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The Jewish Floridian ( May 12, 1950 )

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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY bLUME 23—NUMBER 17 /o Former U.S. Navy Vessels Turned er To Egypt For "Commercial" Use MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1950 PRICE: TEN CENTS ivASHINGTON, (JTA) — The fte Depintment this week of| a lly announced the release of b former U.S. Navy vessels f n ed over to Egypt as "comIrcial" vessels. The former nerican fighting ships, "Papua" ••Tobago," manned by Egyp. Roval Navy crews, were told \ff could sail at will, ^presentations against dearie of the ships' transfer to Ivpt were made by Sen. Herbert f Lehman, it was learned this Uk. Sen. Lehman also called attention of Senators to the tnsfei <>f American vessels to jypt and entered evidence in • Congressional Record indicatthat the frigates are not ended for "commercial" use. said: ^'Although it was claimed that ships were to be used for Issengi 1 : service, they have no iger capacity except for Cwded quarters for the crews kd the superstructures of the Lps show a number of gun fcunts and ammunition bins and Jpth charge racks. "The ships were reconditioned an estimated cost of $75,000. should be remembered that lese ships are destined for the fiddle East, where the Arab eague is restive, and where a fcace between the Arab states srael Replies To IN Grup [TEL AVIV, (JTA)—The conits of the Israel government's ply to the U.N. Palestine Conliation Commission on the immission's proposals for peace (gotiations between Israel and Arab countries were made jiblic here by a Foreign Office wkesman. [The spokesman said that the >ael government emphasized fcit it is prepared to cooperate tth the commission in exploring U avenues leading to the solubn of the issues between Israel its neighboring countries. ie Israel government also afmed its willingness to negotiate : a peace agreement with the ab countries, with or without t participation of the U.N. Coniation Commission. However," the spokesman led, 'the recent discussions of Arab League in Cairo indid that the Arab countries ist upon Israel's acceptance of •-established conditions and ertakings, which Israel rets." and Israel has not yet been written," Sen. Lehman pointed out. The State Department said it was satisfied that the ships would be used for "commercial purposes only." An inspection was made, following the disclosure by the press of the transfer of the ships and it was found that "they were demilitarized according to navy specifications which the State Department concurred in," the Department claimed. Washington sources were puzzled by the clearance as the ships were inspected by reporters who saw gun stands, depth charge stands, and found that the vessels were obviously fighting craft which can easily be re-gunned for battle. The State Department denied these press reports, admitting however, that "there were some reinforced places on the deck for the mounting of guns." Meanwhile, british reports have been quoted here with acknowledging the transfer by Britain to Egypt of ships of the exact type and nomenclature — "frigates." These ships were considered by the British Admiralty as ideal for the Egyptian Navy. It is believed that the ships turned over to Egypt by Britain were built in the same American shipyard which turned out the "Papua" and "Tob ago." Edison Named JWB President CINCINNATI — Irving Edison of St. Louis was elected president of the Natitonal Welfare Board (JWB) at the closing session of the organization's three-day convention here. He succeeds Frank L. Weil of New York, who had held that office ten years. Mr. Edison is vice president and director of Edison Brothers Stores, Inc., largest retailer of women's shoes in the United States. Bakers of Miami is one of the stores in the chain. Mr. Edison, who becomes the fifth president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, is the first mid-westerner to hold that office. He has served as a vice president of JWB, as a member of its executive committee, and was a founder and chairman of JWB's National Finance Council. At a tribute dinner to Mr. Weil Sunday night. May 7, noting his decade of service to JWB. announcement was made of a system of annual awards to be given in his name. Dade Bond Goal Set At $1,975,000 H. H. Bassett, chairman of the U. S. Treasury Department's Savings Bonds Committee for Dade County announced today that he has received from V. H. Northcutt, of Tampa, advisory committee chairman for Florida, the quotas for the Independence Drive starting May 15 and running through July 4. Dade County has been assigned a goal of $1,975,000 issue price in Series E. Savings Bonds for the drive period. The symbol of the 1950 Savings Bonds campaign is the Liberty Crum Will Address Rally Marking Israeli Birthday, Admission To UN Greater Miami will celebrate the second anniversary of Israel's Independence and the first anniversary of its admission into the United Nations at a mass rally Sunday, May 14, at 6 p.m. at Flamingo Park. 11th St. and Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. In case of rain the celebration wili take place at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. 17th St. and Washington Ave. The Hon. Bartley C. Crum Bell and a'fuTl* scale'repTicaof note< ? lawver and diplomat, who the Liberty Bell donated by six companies of the copper industry will tour each of the 48 states i throughout the drive, mounted on I Ford trucks provided by the Ford Motor Company. Florida Trucking Association, has just returned from his third trip to Israel as a personal emissary of President Truman, will be the principal speaker. Crum was a member of the AngloAmerican Commission of Inquiry on Palestine and is the author of 'Behind the Silken Curtain." His T~ :„ ~~ — *. -u -~Z u Dfiiuiu me oimun curtain, nis *f \ *AZ. h g nV^'fif address will include information TlhLifwSM V~ l. ^ £? *< be presented to the world for : !" ~ ?W? -n \ g Fl0 !. ,d ? mt ithe first time in his forthcoming during *"~ --------" book on IsraeL the campaign. Florida's Bell made its first appearance in I Miami on the evening of May 10 at Kiwanis International's "Fiesta Under the Stars" and will end its tour at Tallahassee July 4 at which time it will be presented I to the people of Florida for perj manent display. The Bell weighs more than a | ton and is indentical in all respects, size, weight, manufacturing process, legends, markings and tonal quality,—with the original Liberty Bell which hangs in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. Slogan of the campaign is "Save for your Independence—Buy U. S. Savings Bonds" and Chairman H. H. Bassett expressed confidence that Dade County would not only reach but exceed its quota by the time the Independence Drive ends on July 4. 'deration Annual Meeting Set For lay 18 At Temple Beth Sholom With every Jewish organization in the community sending an Bcial delegation, the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish deration scheduled for Thursday, May 18, at Temple Beth Sholem .expected to the largest in Federation history, according to William Singer, president. For the first time in several years, the meeting Ul be preceded'by a dinner to begin at 6 p.m. The business session Bl get underway at 8 p.m. Instead of the usual reading of the annual report, a dramatic pentation entitled "The Annual Report Comes to Life" will be ren. Highlights of the progress made by Federation in the fields of Ireation, health, aged care, etc., will be acted out. The playlet is being prepared by Federation Staffers Milton S. ilakoff and Max C. Gettinger.. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of Aeration's community planning committee, will serve as comfcntator and presidents of the beneficiary agencies will participate. The gathering will hear the presidential address by Singer and executive director's report by Morris Klass. Election of officers 1 be held and several constitutional amendments will be acted Dn. Herbert E. Scher is chairman of the meeting. Serving with Scher M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. William Capland, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs. luis Glasser, Leo Eisenstein, Leo Allen, Gil Balkin, Mrs. Herbert [Scher Louis Schwartzman, Mis. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Florence ^kelstein and Morris Klass and William D. Singer ex officio. Isaac Gellis is catering the dinner which will be strictly kosher. Abess, Balkin Attend Meet Leonard L. Abess, chairman of the advisory board, and Gilbert J. Balkin, director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, are in Chicago this week attending the annual meetings of the ADL national commission being held at the Palmer House there. The musical program will include solos and duets by Cantors Samuel Kelemer and Jacob Goldring, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Joseph Schreibman and selections by the Greater Miami Hadassah Choral Group under the direction of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein. The meeting will open with the presentation of colors by Miami Beach Post 330, Jewish War Veterans, and the invocation by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Others on the program will be Dr. H. Franklin Williams of the University of Miami, Mrs. L. J. Committee and the Zionist CounMcCaffrey of the Federated I cil of South Flo rida. Gables Congregation Will Break Ground For House Of Worship May 21 Ground breaking ceremonies for I quested ana received the honor the synagogue to be constructed | of P^ingjo^ the gftjgjl^ by the First Jewish Congregation tion Bartley Crum Women's Organizations of the World. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the Beth Jacob Congregation, the Re". George H. Hicks. Miami Shores Presbyterian Church, and I. R. Goodman, chairman. Zionist Council of South Florida. The meeting will also be utilized to protest the arming of Arabs to crush Israel and efforts being made to internationalize Jerusalem. Sponsors of the rally are the American Christian Palestine of Coral Gables at Zamora and Galiano has been set for Sunday. May 21, at 2:30 p.m., according to Abraham Maloff, president. The rites, to which numerous prominent citizens and religious leaders have been invited, will launch a mammoth membership drive. Plans for the ground breaking were discussed this week at a board meeting at the home of Dr. Seymour. Blumenthal. At that Murray Barson. building chair man, announces that further information about the ground breaking and membership may be secured by calling 83-1967, 48-0443 or 87-1812. FEPC Debate Opens WASHINGTON, (JTA)—Senate debate on the FEPC Bill opened this week as Senate Labor Committee Chairman Elbert Thomas time Maloff announced that plans called for quick action. Sen. Abess represents Florida on the had already been approved by commission, the league's top governing body. He is also a member of the national finance committee and is participating in the sessions of that body in Chicago. In conjunction with the national meetings, Balkin is attending conferences of the league's national administrative staff. At the annual meeting, more than 1,000 persons are hearing a first-hand account of the American occupation program in Germany from Benjamin J. Butteni wieser, Jewish communal leader i and, since September, 1949, a i deputy United States High Com-i ; missioner in Germany. A former j partner in the firm of Kuhn, Loeb and Co., and former president of the Federation of Jewish i Philanthropies of New York. | Buttenwieser serves as a general adviser to High Commissioner John J. McCloy. He was among | the small group of men selected; by McCloy to direct the occupa' tion program when it changed from military to civil control last year. In his few public statements, Buttenwieser has been highly critical of Germany's willingness to accept former Nazis for high office in both the Bonn government and the German civil service. He has also expressed concern over the rebirth of a nationalism in western Germany that is both anti-Semitic and anti-democratic in tone. Another prominent speaker addressing the ADL meet is Philip B. Perlman, the city of Coral Gables and a permit issued. The president also disclosed that the site had been surveyed and cleared ready for construction. Maloff and Sam Rabenovich reThomas said that hearings have been held for the last six years and that it "would be wrong to pyramid hearings upon hearings." The Senate expects to spend at least several days on the bill and, perhaps, several weeks. LEADING SOCIAL WELFARE EXECUTIVES TO GIVE COURSE AT TRAINING BUREAU FOR JEWISH COMMUNAL SERVICE Four of American Jewry's leading social welfare executives will collaborate this summer in teaching a course on "Community Organization: Function, Processes and Problems'* at the Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service, it was announced by George W Rabinoff, executiTe director of the bureau. (Left to right) Samuel A. Goldsmith, executive director of the Jewish Federation and Welfare Fund of Chicago; Harry L. Lurie, executive director ofthe Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, New York: Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation and Allied Jewish Campaign of Detroit: and Henry L. Zucker, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation and Jewish Welfare Fund of Cleveland. Serving as coordinator for the course, which will be given from August 31 through September 29. will be Maurice Bernstein. Associate in Co m mun i ty Organization Studies of the Training Bureau.



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V 'AGE TWO fJenisiJ fkridiar ""PAY MAY 12 I ommuiiiiv Center Women's Howling Leagae iMstrilMites Hard-Won I>ophi< N At Ba 61 i nqnp, The Miami Jewish Community teams were the 'Madam Queens." Center Women's Bowling League [ second place, with Irene Wise, recently concluded its winter j captain, and Shirlev Weiner. Rose series with an award night ban-j Cutler. Edna Atkins: the "Pinquet at the Clover Club, and last busters." third place, with Nataweek opened an eight-team sum: leah Simon, captain, and Florence mer league. Irene Wise was awarded j trophies for high average in the winter league and tied for high j game with Mildred Schampan. I who also won a trophy. Rose' Scott won high set. The first place team was the "Hotshota" with Belle Greenberg as captain and Sylvia Waldorf. Mary Plotkin and Helen Sedon 1 Badanes. Lee Berkowitz. Sally Kaplan: and the "Superdupers." fourth place, with Thelma Silbert, captain, and Annette Coulton, Jean Kozlin. Lena Weiner. Officers in the league are Essie Schaffer. president: Belle Greenberg. secretary; Lena Weiner, treasurer: and Bea Weintraub, sergeant-at-arms. In the first night of play of the new league, Edna Atkins won high game with a SM !" points and Lil Reism !" of setwithasco,r:J 1 2 a 8 n 5 WOnhi The league plays everv nr^ SBS?5f P .!!r ,u= i as teammates. Other winning Scientific Equipment Skilled Mechanic! Guaranteed Workmaiwhip Drive in today—save wear and tear on your tirei Wheels Aligned \ny Make Car 82.48 'Your Frle-dly Chevrolet Dealer' 10S5 W. Flagler St. Ph. 9-6441 2300 N.W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-8408 %  an Jc Edxc Frank Edwinn To Sing Here It will be a real r. >mecoming Fi nk Edwinn. gifted Ameriwhen he appeals in con, • rt with the University < : Mi > : ;•• Orchestra SunI day :i and Monday r. it Miami High School' Audiium: for the young singer got '....-•.a:: a< soloist with the Miami tch High School Glee Club graduated from the Univi sity •:' Miami School of Music t time ago. While in the armed service he ..• _*rd in concerts and red at the Rome Opera with such nol les Gigli, M .. %  Caniglia and Ebe Stign mi, Conducl De Sabata and M ... On hi European pea ranees in lall and opera t soloist %  • :. %  %  nted 1 station ... I | • Pius XII. Hillel House To Open Day famp In response to requests from residents of the Coral Gables and Southwest area, the University of Miami Hillel House is setting up a summer day camp for children seven to 13 years of age. Headquarters for the camp will be Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. and field activities will be ; conducted at the university and r.rr.ing at Venetian pools and the local beaches. Slated to open June 19 and August 25. the camp will be operated Monday through Firday i 4 p.m. Transp trtation will be pn \ to and from camp and hot mi will be s in. The pi lud full schedule letics, dramatics, irts and ifts, ttizi nship pi ijects. Heading the staff is Dr. Donald Mi hels in. Hillel director. Morris (Chuck) Klein, former Univ< rsitj of Miami athlete, will be chief counselor Serving on the medical and dental staff are Dr. John Galio and Dr. David Seitlin. Registration is now open at i : House. Mother's Day Fete DOV Chapter, Mizrachi Women, will hold a Mother' Day celebration, on Wednesday. May 17, at 1 p.m. at Beth El. Mrs. Irving Hirsch, chairman of the day, will be assisted by the Mesdames A. H. Greenberg, Bessie Mallah, Dinah Kam. Rose Sakowitz and Lillian Meunster. Nominations To Be Held Nominations of officers of Miami Masada for the coming vear will be held Thursday, May 11. at the Miami Jewish Community Center, according to Harold Herman, president of the group. Young Adults Tt Sponsor Dance A patio dance will he h.u u Sunday at 9 p.m. at the 45 Jewish Community Center "IT the sponsorship ofiSvS? and the Young AdR,^ Weekly Sunday evening H an ~. H!nVe 0 s^' a CCOrding ^S Hinkes. chairman of the event ,These will be sponsored various organizations compnsin 'the Young Adult Council Making arrangements for Sunday night's affair are Martv E* invitations; Hal Herman.>£ licity; Alvin Schwartz, entertainment^and Louis Fine. door. JEWISH CUISINE LUNCHEON SPECIALS SANDWICHES SOUR CREAM WITH COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM WITH VEGETABLES Air-Conditioned The Showcase of Good Food T^ GOVERNOR CAFETERIA 1225 WASHINGTON AVE. MUM BEACH j DRINK PLENTY OF fferipure r — Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME "FOR BETTER HEALTH CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 85 5-GALLON BOTTLE 75 FBOM INFANCY TO c OLD AGE" c PHONE 2-41M QJimofnh mm Menanine Floor Attention to every detail of Jewish religious requirements in an atmosphere of beauty and peace distinguishes our service to the Jewish family. Our two complete funeral chapels are up-tothe-minute in every detail of their equipment — beautifully furnished and decorated throughout. 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)AY. MAY 12, 1950 +Je*tfs§ifk>ridian PAGE THREE 77/ Say Biro-Bidjan And The Miami Federation ,Q.O the critical year of Israel's rebirth, our prition saw fit to allocate $1000 for Biro-Bidjan. following year, $300 was contributed despite trenchant criticism. During both years, the ->t Committee, after studying the findings of Fnil advisory agencies, rejected applications from 1 sure group, the Ambijan. Query: Why spur! of unnecessary generosity? By HARRY SIMONHOFF Wei' Handout it] i %  vi every sympathy for the headaches that ration leadership. They would rather minimum friction. So when the Crlms in pass around the hat for their pet ., big shots take the practical view and a sop: a small sum after all in a mil t, It may be nice to be good fellows, but t n important principle is involved. Does [ erit an allocation? jon /or a State [ ich obscurity as to the why and whereish Biro-Bidjan. In 1928. the Soviel i unounced its intention of forming a ;us state near the Mongolian border n shooting distance for invading Japs. n tract, with forests, minerals, and poor almost inaccessible and virtually unine was some eyebrow lifting as to the separate Jewish province within the ,v;et L'nion. If Jews have all rights, if antijnitism is a crime, if no discrimination exists, then iv segregate Jews in a distant Asiatic steppe. I' I the same logic as the U.S. setting apart a piece Alaska for a Jewish State to function within the mework of the Federal Union. Such a project [jjld meet opposition from Jew or Gentile. there are always people who delight in the jaical and the malicious. They saw inevitable inflict between Russia and Japan and imputed to %  alin the intent to create a buffer Jewish state. Others credited the U.S.S.R. with a plan to plav off Biro-Bidjan against the Zionist homeland in < Palestine, and thus confound British Imperialists and Jewish Nationalists. Of course, the virulent. anti-Semitism that raged under the Czars was never quite extinguished. In fact by 1925 there was considerable anti-Jewish feeling engendered in former middle class and bourgeois elements, who found it maddening to make adjustments under the hatetd Communist system. Impotent against the all powerful Soviet, they smothered their rage in hating Jews as originators of iniquitous Bolshevism. The Russian policy makers might have thought it expedient t i move Jews out of the former crowded Pale and segregate them in a separate land as one of the 74 nationalities composing the U.S.S.R. A Foil to Palestine Whatever the reas '"is. the proposed state in R Bidjan was publicized and heralded. Jewish Communists cunt lasted -the idealism if the Commissars with the crafty, designing English, who shrewdly used Zionisis as stooges of British Imperialism. They even utilized the new Utopia as a propaganda weapon against the wicked exploitation in Capitalist Palestine. Strangely enough, there were approving nods from Jewish philanthropists. The American Joint Distribution Committee fell for the bait and sent its expert on colonization. Dr. Joseph Rosen, who came back from the Siberian province quite enthusiastic. The staid, conservative J.D.C. was at the time hostile to Zionism and dumped some millions into this Soviet rat hole. An Opportune Moment If the Soviets were in earnest about building a Jewish Republic in Biro-Bidjan they had a golden opportunity. Jewish aricultural colonies in the Crimea had failed because of opposition by the Ukranians. It would have been easy to transport the Crimean farmers en masse to Biro-Bidjan. Concerted government action was never taken, although a small group did trickle into this Jewish nucleus. But a more favorable situation soon arose. Nazi persecutions drove hundreds of thousands to clutter the world's highways in search of homes. Every country closed its gates to immigrants, particularly to Jewish refugees. Russia followed the callous example of capitalist nations and closed its own borders airtight. Polish Jewry In 1935. Hitler and Stalin divided Poland between them. Millions of Jews were ready to flee anywhere for asylum. In that terrible winter, hundreds of thousands were caught in the strip of no-man's land between German and Russian Poland. They could i t go back to the Nazis, yet Russian machine guns were trained upon the trapped Polish Jews when they approached the frontier. Here was an opportunity to plant several million in a so-called Jew Soviet land. Doing an act of the greatest hum in providing homefor the homeless, thi C Id at the same time populate a barren wasteland in desperate need of settlers, Strange Soviet Policy After Hitter invaded Russia. Jews were fit e istward to escape certain death. The Soviet rulers sent these homeless wanderers to Siberia, to the Arctic region, to every other benighted spot in their vast domain. Why Stalin wouldn't transport them into Biro-Bidjan, the place reserved for Jewish settlement, will remain a mystery until the archives in Moscow will some day reveal the secret. Is it any wonder why Biro-Bidjan has been a "failure? In 22 years. Palestine gained a million Jews. Today scarcely 20.000 Jews constitute a meager minority in the Russian Zion Why the Miami Federation feels impelled to donate money for this imaginary Jewish Republic is a mystery as deep as the policy of the Politburo towards its Jewish autonimous state. MORTGAGE


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1 iEFOUR Jew 1st noridiatr ra n>AY, MAY 12, i c f 1 1 1 1 1 J < **-. i 1; • *> I; EDITORIAL Wot Bhl Miqht Alone Addressing the huqe, and distinguished, audience which gathered in Jerusalem to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Hebrew University, Premier David Ben Gurion declared that Israel will not be tested by the might of its army but by the manner i\ meets its spiritual test. To stress his thesis, the man who is as much a military as diplomatic expert declared that "even cur security will not be on sound foundations unless it is based on moral and spiritual supremacy." In the two years since its existence Israel has met and overcome the major problem —the obstacle to its existence. It has warded off the Arab attackers and has met its diplomatic enemies wife a skill and acumen that can stem only from inspiration. Even while in the midst of the struggle for existence it successfully dedicated itself to the ingathering of the exiles of many lands. These are accomplishments of so tremendous c nature that they can e explained in ordinary ftis. It was neither physic: le men and worn d Israel ag d by the very ideal Ben Gurion BO issed. They fought and died not foi security c:;d existence clone but in fulfillment oJ a higher ] istoric destiny. That destiny does not lie in power alone. Tree Certificates Mother's Day, at its inception no doubt a noble idea, has degenerated into a walloping field day for merchants anxious to palm off everything frcm back scratchers to eyelash curlers. And goaded by gaudy advertising, the -public sucKNOCK IT OUT! cumbs to the suggestions of these crafty merchants and spends a staggering sum on this useless paraphenalia. In this welter of frivolous trifles with which we are constantly bombarded, there is a gift—unfortunately not highly publicized—which stands A iirand Future Trying to see way out ahead of visualize what might be in store s y Urseli -to So the temptation to let tomorrow take cT* ?*1is a soft, short-sighted way out. ure 'itse|| But when you stop and consider for „ you realize this practical world we liv* ;„ m me 11 dealt with by practical means. einm ustb, And so the inevitable problems cf old n tirement. large expenses, illnessm 1^1*1 morrow—must be prepared for with nJ T H One of the very best ways to saveT^ by buying Bonds through your Pavroll ^ Plan or the Bond-A-Month Plan Va j£*3? P lan buys your Bonds %  **! The Bond-A-Month Plan allows vou l L them regularly out of your checking J ? Both pay you S4 for eve/y S3 intt^^ maturity—ten years. neldt ; And when your money makes more monevn, just sett.n still-that brother is really ffi ahead to a grand future! V 00ka i out as eminently practical, a gift which s recaptures the genuine significance of Mother'. Day. Ths gift is Jewish National Fund TV* Certificates. w j In purchasing these attractive certificates one not only pays homage to his mother but' oer petuates her name in the growth and development of the infant state, makes her a part of that miraculous growth. Furthermore, he contribute! to the upbuilding of the country, helpina to convert it from a barren, unproductive desert to the rich fertile land of 2,000 years of dreams and prayers. a To purchase a tree certificate is to join the rank of builders of a nation! Education Bureau Board To Meet A meeting of the board of direct : if the Bureau of Jewish Education of Greatei Miami will, be held on Monday. May 15, 8:15 p.m. at Beth El. Max Meisel, presi lent, lias announced. Dr. Max A. Lipkind on 1 %  laiions ol e .'.' Tea< h< i.Lii i nsing C I of L now 1 t ion ii terti -. Hi I Ap%  VI • < thi : %  • beI I Vpril 2 tab) Pr:i : : 51 i A] ill reporl i :. th< %  • Bai Standards C el up reau .A iat furl implement the tw i-year .. I, Jewi itioi tion for Bar Mitz\ nda includes problems presented by several of the affiliated, schools The bureau also announces the suspension of its radio program •"Story Party'' until the next school term. The program was heard every Sundav over station WINZ at 9 a.m. (villman IIV.MK Cfrle league IXJJIS Gillmi n was elected nt the Civic Leagui • %  • Oth Car] G i in : i'sl Ti i G Id• -. :• nt; J tar; •>,...: %  I E S Sobelsor Isaiah Ladies To Hold Installation The Sisterhood of Temple Isaiah will conduct its installation of officers at a luncheon at the Sans Souci Hotel on Tuesday. May 16. at 12:30 p.m. The afternoon's program will be highlighted by vocal selections rendered by Dr. Paul Beck. To be :i:s;.,lied by Rabbi P. M.mn are Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Aaron COUI II \ : Mrs. A S mfi I i. set i nd vice I Mrs H -rbert Gutman. nt; M s Jay •. Lipman, n etary: I • • w %  %  IS treas Eman G I I % % %  M s. Sarah SI %  %  M H L parl n Honorary board members foi will be Mrs. Mae Van Ness, chairman. and the Mesdames Ann B< imin Silvers. Joseph Rosen-I Samuel Hohauser. Hattie Speigel. Tuny Sherman. Arthui Kaplan. Ann Bernstein and Benjamin Tupler. New board members are the Mesdames Ferd Garfield. Sidney Lyons. Louis Gidney. Estelle Marcus. Emanuel Seaman and David Sheldon. Mrs. Saul Schreiber is chairman of the installation committee. Serving with her as co-chairmen are Mrs. Morns H. Lencer and Mrs. Benjamin Silvers. Hostesses will be the Mesdames Emanuel Seaman. Theresa Lipman David Sheldon. Estelle Marcus. Samuel Hohauser. Anna and Arthur Kaplan. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs S .. i ib. r s I 86-1857, Beth David Women To Meet Beth David Sisterhood will hold its last meeting of the season on Wednesday. May 17. at 1:30 p.m. at the new synagogue, Mrs. Harry Gordon. president. has announced. Nominations and election are on the agenda, with Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, chairman of the nominating committee, presenting the slate. Program will include a talk on Mother's Day by Rabbi Max Shapiro and a report on the convention of the South East Branch of the %  I '.',' : 'a League of the United Synagogue of ica by Mrs. George Goldberg. Obituaries HARRY EDELSON 61. of 3054 N. Hay Road, Miami Heai-h, passed away suddenly In a lueai hospital on Wednesday, A resilient here for seventeen years, Mr. Bdelson came to Florida from l.*ncaster, Pa, Survivors Include his wife, Anna, and tares daughters, (Jerry Goldman and Dorothy Freeman, of Miami Beach, and Sylvia Kilgman, Philadelphia. Arrangements are In charge ol Riverside Miii..i Chapel, Miami Iteaeh. Star Group Will Hold First Fete S nya Klein will be hostess at the first party given by St.,. %  r. B'nai B'rith Young en, at her home. 1248 Marii na Ave.. Coral Gables, on Saturday. May 13. at 8:30 p.m. An evening of dancing games and entertainment is being planned. Assisting Miss Klein will be Lois Ginsburg. door: Doris Klein publicity and Mrs. Harold Simonoff. arrangements. JENNIE FREEMAN 72, .if 8717 N.W. sth Ave., passed away "ii May 8th. sinleaves her daughter, Mrs. Martha W. Riff, ..f Miami The remains have been senl I by Lithgon 54th Street Center to Park West Memorial Chapel, New York City, for services and Interment SAMUEL FRIEDMAN Rervl v.. ,held Tuesdaj after: %  • rslde Mi New York city. Mr. Friedman, who • i awas HI the age of :-, was of Mi Esther Col and RTandfathei of .1 Cohen, Roslyn M. Cohen, : lloldberg and M .. : grandl.i -:•.• Payni Women's Council To Seat Officers Installation of officers luncheon of the Metropolitan Women's Council of B'nai B'rith will be held at the Raleigh Hotel oo Thursday, May 18. at 12:30 p.m. Milton Friedman, national B'nai B'rith youth commissioner, will be installing officer. To be seated at the attair ate Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president; Mrs. Tina Katz, first vice presi:dent; Mrs. Mark Silverstein, second vice president; Mrs. Lewis 1 Levick, recording secrete 'Irving Cypen. en responding secI retary; Mrs. William Hechler, treasurer: Mrs. Harold Simonoff, sentinel; Miss Patricia Curtice, historian: Mi .. ..o Levin, parliamentarian: Mrs Irvine Miller, publicity; '.. S I Goldstrom, honoiary life ti istee, Radio Interview Slated Mi Ma: .e V Ipe will .. f ink E :.'. inn >n Saturday. May 13. at 6:15 p.m. WKAT. Edwinn will be thi Iat the ninth and last pail %  University of Miami Sympl Orchestra subscript] i rts n Sunday and Mondav. Mav 14 and 15. Israeli (group To Meet >lonclay Initial f thi : %  15. • tO !J .7 nating M I will E late ol tion will be held. Sv • Mrs. Shi : dames Le.-, n Ell. Alexander r 8 o n^ ack Udfc11 Jc *eph W I R. Goodman, pi ,f the Zionist Council of South Fl will be guest speal A receplion at which the newly elected officers will erve as hostesses will follow the program"". Dinner Honors Rabbi Rarkfvsky Tribute was paid to Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv. spiritual leader of Congregation Beth inlan, at a dinner given bv the sisterhood on Sundav night in the banquet hall of the synagogue. Presiding as loastmaster for the • was Flyman Sher who extolled the rabbi for his guidOthers who participated in ne program were Rabbi M. Kat? iv. J. Krantz, the Rev S j' : S. Margulies and I. %  : \ ''• %  %  '' pn sident of the : • nted a gift to : : M". R ,. ; V and b th %  • fforts in beh ... %  is cl %  MAX GROMAN %  16th M pi -.-. .1 n.wa %  %  a a .: hospital. 11. %  is survived by his wife Maxha. Servico" %  •• held In the Beach Memorial i hapel, ]•.:,•: Alton Roa I, with Interment in Mt. N.IM, Cemetery, MORRIS KLEIN ". of 155 Penns> Ivanla .\s,-.. p ism d •way this week in a local hospital. He is survived !>> his if,.. Sarah, dausThter I sine and Bon Marvin, The remains were sent in Chicago for -• 'l< es and Interment by Beach Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road, Wise ll.ul.iss.il, Inil To Meet G .p „f h "!d its initial <1 election of officer at the Monte Carlo Hotel at 130 n Monday, Mav 15. Everyh Shore area, i r member of Hadassah or 1 • mvjted to attend. i ELIZABETH KONEFSKV %  >L.


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IffllDAY. MAY 12, 1950 fJewisti fkridian PAGE FIVE toodiiian Named Meet Chairman The appointment of Murray Goodman, local attorney, as chairman of the all-Florida ZOA convention to be held on Sunday., May 28. at the Delano Hotel, MiI ami Beach, has been announced | by Adelbert Freedman, executive! director of the Southeastern Region. A resident of Miami Beach foi ten years. Goodman attended the Universities of Miami and Florida, as well as Columbia University. While attending the latter, he served as chancellor ol Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. The chairman enlisted in the Navy and served on active duty for three years. Goodman is secretary of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami and secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist District. Phillips Unveiling At the annual reward luncheon of the Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah held last week in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president; Mrs. Louise Rudofsky. guest speaker; Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. chairman; and Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, co-chairman of the function. Highlight of the luncheon was an address delivered by Mrs. Rudofsky on her —l'ilkliigton recent trip to Israel Tin Greater Miami Chapter of Hadassah held its annual reward luncheon at the Saxony Hotel r,icla. with Mrs. Milton Sirkin. chapti: president, presiding. trip to Israel. Honored at the affairs were; the presidents of each of the groups: the Mesdames Morris Alj pert, Isabelle Altholtz. Jasper Cromer, Louis Gidney. Alexander Kogan, Bernard Stevens. ;|id the Misses Lillian Goodman and Rosalyn Klein. Chairman of the affair was Mrs.. Joseph Shawmut. who was'. norationofthe second I assisted by Mrs. Nathan Kaplan.' i the State of Israel, co-chairman. Serving on their were lighted by Mrs. committee were the Mesdi and Mrs. Samuel Irving Genet, Louis Goldman. Joseph Sugcrman Joseph Jacobi. Fred Jonas. El invocation. Schwabe. Bernard Stevens and 3 Mrs. Louiscj Carl Susskind Savannah, first vice Rlthanna Kraye was guest I | ie s. utheastern re-l'soloist ri \ iewed I ffair culminates a year's : the eight groups which the chapter and is given ard to those who have make the year a sucSirkin explained. her recent Olga Bibor Stern. • Children's Fashion Show To Highlight Beth David Mother's Day Luncheon The latest spring fashions will be modeled by the children of Beth David Sunday School at a Mother's Day luncheon to be held at Harvie's Charcoal Grille, 1751 Biscayne Blvd.. on Sunday, May 14. at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. David E. Parnes is chairman of the event. Working with her are Mrs. Morris Grant, Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, program; Mrs, Morris Zuckerman, reservations: Mrs. Louis August, Mrs. Max Jacobson, arrangements; M Roy Mack, flowers; Mrs. Zangwell, telephone. Commentator for the style featuring clothes from y's, will be Mrs. A. A. H n, who will be introduced ii %  ': Washer. Fred August ffer the invocation, and Rl SSS SS SSS will give the :i Marlene Feldstein Community singing will by Cantor Maurice and Mrs. Alex Stiebel will erve as pianist. Elaine August, Ronnie Mack The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Participating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, advises the public: To watch for the sign of the GMVH ""103 in the meat "iirkets before purchasing your products; _„._, 2Jo watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH >' • c 3 before buying your chickens; 3 That the GMVH endorses ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in the live poultry markets. For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595. HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas. RE-ELECT HARLEY. G. COLLINS Of MEMBER OF DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (Ol Instructions) COLLINS: 1. Is experienced. 2. Is qualified as a Business Man to save money tor Dude County Tax Payers. 3. Has proved his efficiency. „tItP THAN ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAW PROMISES (I'd r'Adv) Dessert Tea On Calendar Golda Meyerson Club of Pioneer Women will hold a d< tea and card party in the garden of the home of Mrs. I. S. Shapoff. 318 S.W. 28th Road, on Wednesday, May 17, at 1 p.m. Admission The dedication of a monument to the memory of the late Bernard Phillips, formerly of 4342 Sheridan Ave.. will take place Monday, May 10. at 10 a.m. in Mi. Nebo Cemeti ry, with Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Arrangemi nts are in charge of Palmer's Miami Monument C i. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. \ ; first in styling first in quality A Johnston & Murphy Sale Feature THE FAMOUS J & M "UZAGATOR" ... IN SUEDE AND LIZAGATOR REGULAR PRICE OF 32.95 for a limited time only 16.95 Shoes formerly 24.95 to 32.95 Now as low as 16.95 Other styles as low as 6.95 These are odd sizes of our regular styles! \ %  Jf 130% to/ 221 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach Phone 5-9867 Other full size styles in full size runs continued at 20% off.



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PAGE SIX *Jeist Fkjridian_ FRIDAY, i I i i i Shirley Rothman, .1. B Exchange Vows At \Y Westview Country Club provided the setting for the marriage of Mrs. Shirley Stein Rothman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Stein of 5120 Cherokee Ave.. Miami Bea,ch. and Morgantovn. W. Va.. to J. Bernard Spector. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Spector. 6860 Abbott Ave.. Miami Beach, at 5 p.m. on Friday. May 5. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Synagogue read the service in the presence of the immediate families. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a dress of ecru French linen lace with matching accessories. She carried ernard Spector estview Country Club] a cascade spray of philanopsis orchids. Miss Florence Stein attended her sister as maid of honor in a I dress of slate blue tissue taffeta. and carried a cascade bouquet of Pinocchio roses and ivy. Joseph Weintraub was best man. For the ceremony the bride s mother chose navy mousseline de soie. The bridegroom's mother ( was attired in gray lace. Both wore orchids. Following the ceremony, dinner was served to the guests. The bride donned a white linen suit with dark green accessories for traveling. After a trip to Havana and MPVJCO. &f > -ouple will reside on Miami Beach. \| Children's CardijJ National 13, at 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob. Town Auxiliary To S nancial secretary: Mrs. Sam GeltI ner. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bela Eichenbaum. social secretary: Mrs. Joel Zalis. treasurer; Mrs. Harry Einhorn. treasurer of the building fund. Mistress of ceremonies will bp Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. Rabbi Max Shapiro will offer the invocation and Mrs. Joseph Fine will serve as installing officer. The musical portion of the program will be provided by Cantor Maurice Mamches and Luba Roy. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Maxim Hershey. chairman of the affair, at 3-2575. When Doctor says "Start baby on solid foodsHere's a complete choice of fine, flavorful foods to meet all normal dietary needs of babies. Start with Beech-Nut Cereal—follow with Beech-Nut Strained and Junior Foods. No foods you can give your baby offer finer quality or more appealing flavor. Babies love them-thrivc on them Beech-Nut FOODSA BABIES Fashion C uncil will present a children's iashion show. Coordi. i nator will be Miss Sue Cree. Reservati ns mav be made\ij calling Mrs Ben Golden. ^-3089 MIAMI KftCH [Salt Water Pool: %  o 1 Deluxe Furn. Aprs, n Pool I CibtM IMIMX < M0KTHIY, UP J HOY, %  n *• n nt* i '•' %  "•'•'••i .''• 4 !!•> •" •ffB.f* M. IM1I4 HHSI l+n Yeorly Rates EC -J ,._. MONTHLY .3 ft MAY TO li fO* ii'i foW ... X, L. Distributed by PALM DISTRIBUTORS. IXC. 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami 37. Fla. Phone 3-6866 Will Discuss Art Prof. Virgil Barker, director of the Merrick Gallery at the University of Miami, will discuss "Art. Good and Bad" at the Miami Beach Y Sunday. May 14, a'. 8 p.m. The program will "feature slides to illustrate the lecture. s "^-*"_l^ Beech-Nut hifh standards of production and ALL AUVF RTISI so h.i.e been accepted by the Couacfl on Foods and Nutrition t~ :he American Medical Association. Sitfg v* w



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jDAY. MAY 12, 1950 LTsonally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Newman of New York City, formerly of ami Beach, announce the birth of a son on Monday in New I r k Mr. Newman's mother, Mrs. Freda Newman of Miami' rw'h is now in New.York. Mrs. Marie Blumberg, former resident of West Palm Beach, | •spending several weeks at the Carlton Hotel, Miami Beach! l or e returning to her home in New York. Cantor Leonard Wallace of West Palm Beach recently lited Charlotte, N. C, his former home. Grand Rabbi of Komarno, Chaim Jacob Safrin, of New jrk City is now in Miami Beach for an indefinite stay. He is fcdinq at 1238 Ocean Drive, Apartment 11. Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk of Miami Beach flew to New Lk Wednesday to attend the annual U. S. Mayors' Conference (the Waldorf Astoria. The Turks will return to Miami Beach ]May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zelkowitz, 350 N.W. 2nd St., announce L birth ol a daughter, Robin Susan, May 9. -* Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., left this week their summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio. They will return te the middle of October. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freeland and their daughter, ndra Esther, have moved into their new home at 1911 Coral rte Drive. + Miss Elaine Eisen of New York City is vacationing with Mr. Id Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Kovner of Miami Beach announce birth of a daughter, Carol Harriet, on Friday, April 28. Mrs. Ivner is the former Doris Berger. New residents of Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Irving M. cperman and their two children, Michael and Allan, formerly [Buffalo, N. Y. The newcomers are residing at 1622 Michigan re. Mrs. Cooperman is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. leph Malek of Miami Beach. Martin Spilka recently underwent surgery at Jackson Bmorial Hospital and is now recuperating at his home, 2509 (ranson Ave. Jewisfi fkridtfon PAGE SEVEN Both i:i Ladies Plan Mother's Bay Luncheon The annual Mother's Day luncheon of Beth El Sisterhood is set for Sunday May 14, at 1 D.m. in the Dora August Memorial Hall. Highlighting the afternoon will be a play presented by the children of the religious schools and directed by Bernard Kimmel and Mrs. Ruth Uliss. Novelty numbers by Harriet Schwartz will follow the play. Rabbi Murray Grauer will offer the invocation and guests will be greeted by Mrs. Jack Shapiro, sisterhood president. Reservations may be made by calling 82-7089 or 3-6508. Card Party Series A series of card parties is being planned by the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. The affairs will be held in the Dora August Memorial Hall every Wednesday at 1 p.m. beginning Mav 17. Hostess for the month of May will be Mrs. William Eisenbach. Mrs. George Solinger and Mrs. Abraham Greenberg will be in charge of games. Tainara Chapter To Seat Leaders Alfred Mamlet. Jr.. To Become Bar Mitzvah \fkoe Bar Mitzvah lorty Lefkoe, of Mr. and Herman Due, became |r Mitzvah at Miami Beach liter Saturday piling w i t h bbi Irving tinrum officiig A recep:n his honor held Satur-' noon. Morty Gillis Bar Mitzvah Errol Michael Gillis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gillis. 1713 S.W. 21st Terr., will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. May 20. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate. A student at Shenandoah Junior High, where he is a member of the junior band, the young man is a Boy Scout. Among the out-of-town guests at the ceremony will be the boy's grandmothers. Mrs. Sam Harris and Mrs. Gertrude Gillis, of Chicago. A reception will follow the ceremony. Relatives and friends AIjred M. Mamlet, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet. 4164 Chase Ave., Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, Alfred M., Jr., to be held at Temple Beth Sholom on Saturday, May 13, at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer will officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a student at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a member of the school band. A reception will follow in the banquet hall of the temple. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. FOR RENT 1 BEDROOM APT. Unfurn—New Bldg. Nice Location—Near all Shopping K itch in Furn. Reasonable to year-round tenant. 1543 S.W. 7lh St. Ph. 2-1242 FOR RENT New large corner Bedroom Apartment 2 Baths—S.E. Exposure Adults 1040 Jefferson Avenue FOR SUB-LEASE Beautiful large, airy lower apt. near Beach. Sleeps 4. Sublet for summer reasonable Ph. 58-5882 RELAX in delightful, healthful Hendersonville, N. C. Rooms in private home with real home-cooked meals, if desired. Ph. E. 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Master of ceremonies will be Harold Shapiro, honorary chairman of the Jewish National FundMrs. Jennie Grossinger, life member of the organization, will present golden certificates to 12 members for outstanding work during the past year. Mrs. Emanuel Karger. national representative, will serve as the installing officer. Other officers to be installed are first vice president, Mrs. Philip Bloom: second vice president. Mrs. Jack H. Kane; third vice president, Mrs Albert Rosen; treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Margolies; recording secretary. Mrs. Max Sternstein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Edward Mass; financial secretary, Miss Lillian Bogdan; and chaplain. Mrs. Simon April. Mrs. Jack H. Kane is in charge of the affair Baitcher Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baitcher. 1731 S.W. 16th Terr., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Danny, to be held on Saturday. May 13. at 9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew School and Congregation. Rabbi Simon April will officiate at the ceremony. The young man is a student at Shenandoa h Junior High, where he is a member of the band. He is af\ filiated with Boy Scout Troop 85. which is sponsored by the Miami | Hebrew School and Congregation. A reception will follow and relatives and friends are invited to attend. FOR RENT—FOUR MEETING ROOMS AND TWO LARGE AUDITORIUMS Also completely equipped large Kosher Kitchen for Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Card Parties and Lodge Meetings. Plenty of Parking Space. PHONE SIDNEY H. PALMER 4-3922, FOH INFORMATION SINCERE YOUNG MAN 40, 5 ft. 7 in. Divorced but not disillusioned, no children. Personable, fine family background. Presently employed in restaurant line in N. Y. C. Would like to hear from understanding Floridian and eventually settle there. WRITE, BOX 87 BROOKLYN 14. NEW YORK Danny Hospitable host of the popular Sovereign Hotel on Miami Beach, says: "Our guests form a fascinating cross-section of American life —everyone with varying ideas on j just about every subject. 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T7 PAGE EIGHT Jew'** ncridian FRIDAY, MAY Scharf-Neinerof Betrothal Told Outstanding Man And Woman, Named At Rally, Lantaff To Be Spei Congressman elect William Latest nominai! Mrs. Rita Schari The betrothal of Mrs. Rita Schart to Martin Nemerof, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sum N< mi N, n v been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nath %  S 1625 M< rid Av< M B ach. M s. Scharf the S N .v Y : Cit> C 1d • Fran :" %  at the S • Mrs. Max Meisel (center) is congratulated on her installation as president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood at a luncheon last week at the Sans Souci Hotel by Mrs. Harry V. Simon, install ng chairman. Looking on is Mrs. Harry Boyell. co-chairman of the event. Games Party Slated By Tropical Lodge A .,. .. • ., partv will I B*nai B'rith. on Monday, May 15 ,t 8:30 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel Lantaff and County Commissioner Jesse Yarborough will participate in ceremonies u> award prizes to the outstanding man and woman of the year in a city-wide rally in Bayfront Park mi Sundav, May 28. Lantaff will appear as principal speaker in the third annual awards to honor a man and woman in Dade County for unusual civic achievement. Yarborough will act as toastmaster for the evening and will introduce the group of citizens nominated this year. Latest .nominations „ Police Chief Karl E 3 North Miami and P | William V ,.. tor his outstanding n„ Officer Vi Bes wa< ; his ch the grad. hools. AI^'.V': """ended A hertP.l,,: exalted rule Elks and charter Hibiscus Lodge Mvw Mrs A. W. Scot, I local W. C. T. U.; £g5j president of the ctt Associati on; and Lantaff Your Confidence and Vc^Ap^, Be Sure to Vote May 23rd Bade County ffeafa VAN DUSEll A School Man For The Schoo! BoaJ Sonyu Friedman Cho<>scs .1 ulv 1 V y %  Miss Son :' :.: T F n. 2032 Beach • Topa'.s. .:. thi : f which Pacific Mrs. iSemard Hoffman was recently installed as president of the North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. A iny building in South Florida that's built of concrete and concrete products trom the ground right up...will be kee from the hazards of termites, dry rot and fire. Concrete holds construction and up-keep costs down to a minimum. And, in South Florida, Maule's the leader in central and transit-mixed certified concrete. ..certified concrete building and column blocks...reinforced concrete joists... concrete aggregates...concrete brick and concrete stepping stones. What's more...when your specifications call for concrete and concrete products by Maule...you are certain of the highest quality, prompt deliveries, a conscientious effort to serve you well...and prices that are always in line. That's why, throughout South Florida 4 for better buildings built with concrete products ... it's always... 9-2881 ~ir/y*~-—.. ~mffs w In The Sub-Tropics... I VA A ^ For Any Type oi Building Call Maule, Also For the Finest • Lumber • MiUwork • Reinforcing Steel • Cement • Builders' Supplies Sales Office: 3075 North Miami Ave, Miami 37, Florida



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IY, MAY 12, 495tt i Appel Heads ich Auxiliary 1 Bel min Appel was re*'l lent of the Miami yv iAuxiliary to the t for the Aged at a ng at Douglas I: serve with Mrs. Mrs. Benjamin v president; Mrs. j Mrs. Max Gieen5 Makovsky. vice Irs. Samuel Ritter, Kaplan, Mrs. j o, Mrs. B. J.I aiy vice presi-| Clara Goldenberg,, Benjamin Feld, tary; Mrs. Irving ling secretary: Mrs. Mrs. Louis Stcinnding secretaries; Koretsky, auditor; J, Plotkin, Mrs. Harry -er, Dr., Celia Wohl *J**!st>rk>ridtiar} PAGE NINE 1 l.i li filial Ball. board Include tho lre ti In, Henry V ank Bergi i, 1 'h rei, Morriu h. Morris Dublin I %  %  I until I-'.,: ..., 11.er. Jenii man, Bi njamln .1 inoff, Fred Jonas, .1 Kai er, Ue> Kohanne, -Morris K li m-i. Al Leaai i, I, iipman, folly Lux, \ Mill, r, Benjamin /., Nuba Paulkln, Mbi I Rakoff, M. S. Rubin, Eva, Sllveiman, Matthen l Meet Monday A meeting of the Hannah Senesch Group .of Hadassah will be held Monday. May 15, 1:30 p.m. at tho Town and'Beach Club Mrs. Morns Alpert, president, announces. A Mother's Day program has been arranged and a welcom be extended to new members assigned to the group from the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. The nominating committee will bring in the new slate of officers and a souvenir booklet will be presented to members by Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman of the Friday review. Young Adult Dances The Coral Gabies Jewish Center will inaugurate a series of Sunday night dances for young adults beginning Sunday, May 14, at 8 p.m. Chairmen of the series will be Herman I. Bretan. George Nathanson and Steve Kessler. All proceeds from the dances are earmarked for the center building fund. Mrs. Horowitz Heads I Gables Women's Group Mrs. Morris IS. Horowitz was elected president of the S hoed of the Coral^ables Jewish Ci nter at a recent meeting of the organization. She succeeds Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, who will serve as counselor. Others elected to office were Mrs. Sidney Richman, first vice president; Mrs. William Karo. second vice president; Mrs. Sol Halpert, recording secretary; Mrs. Joseph Platt, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, assistant corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lou Perkell, financial secretary; Mrs. M. A. Baskin, treasurer. Chosen to serve two-year terms on the board of directors were the Mesdames Sam Beckman. Joseph Koven. Sam Silver, Theodore Wayne. Naphtali Weidberg. One-year directors include the. Mesdames Abe Harris, Herman Fisher, William Heckler, Milton Yaffee, Sam Schulefand. i\ ( 7,sAV!NUf PRICES SLASHED S50.000 Fishing Tackle Slightly Above Cost ;talal.u LEADER WIRE K II. Net. 1 la — !. 250 yd. REEL Ra. S!0 PLY-FLEX HOD R?. *!0 PLUEGER F13K HOOKS Si, I to S— 100 PLY-FLEX CLASS ROD R. £19 95 LARGE ALUM!NUM TACKLE BOX Ry. 57.95 1XAD SINKERS 1 or. io S-at. S aixei. Sav 52.00 S-UM. "" 1 GAL. THERMOS )UC I50 wilh taoct—R.


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PAGE TEN rjewlsti ncrMlan FRIDAY. MAY II arias*:,li Choral Group To Hold First Concert PADGITT KENNELS YOUR PET IS SAFE HERE 4200 N.W. 79th Street WARD PAVING CO. CONTRACTORS STREETS ROADS SIDEWALKS MIAMI Phone 9-27U LEVI PLUMBING COMPANY Phone 9.HU DADE GAS CORPORATION BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES First annual concert of the Gi up of the Greater Miami Ch ipter of Hadassah, slated for Wednesday. May 17. at 8:30 p.m. at the Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach, will feature Hilda S. ;tlin as guest soloist. Mrs. Seitlin, a well known soprano. was formerly with the Detroit Opera Company, The program, arranged by the group's director. Mrs. Irwin Tendrich Candidate For Committeeman '•Moie" J. L. Tendrich, young tton candidate : Dad C unt y Den i tic x, itivi nmitl in t n Pre' ''. n :. A1 %  • • -. %  P .. %  .' %  .. • tl %  "• %  • %  • •' i .-. I • • : thi • %  '•'.: if Ei I n Phi s .< %  : ati n I Phi Omega % %  nity He wa : r of the [lean's Hs1 business manager • : the Miami Law Quarterly an i ngressman in the law school i ent. Tend a been very active jr. civic, religious and fraternal (anizations. He is a member of S uthwest Lodge 286. F. & A. M Scottish Rite Temple. Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Young Democratic Club of Dade County, the Dade County and Florida Bar Associations. He was scoutmaster of Bov Scout Troop 89. sponsored by Beth David. The 22-vear-old candidate resides at 1755 S.W. 21st Ave. Weinstein. a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, will include many familiar numbers such as the children's folk song. "Rojinkes L'nd Mandelen." and the well known "Hamavdil." A new composition, "Israel Is Free." will also be presented. The pianist for the group is Mrs. Harry Green. A large number of patrons and patronesses have subscribed to the j Douglas Stars In Radio Drama, "My Little Boy" Melvyn Douglas, well known Hollywood and Broadway actor. stars in the radio dramatization of My Little Boy," Saturday. May 13 in the latest episode in | the series "Lest We Forget" to be heard at 10 a.m. over station | WTTT. This weekly radio series, designed to promote better under' standing of different culture and I religious groups, is sponsored by the Intergroup Relations Committee of the Student Association I of the University of Miami, in cooperation with Hille! House. Irwin Block serves as coordina: tui and Bernard Hutner. assistant director, Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League. is technical adviser. Participants in the 15-minute live panel discussion to immediW the dramatic production will be Miss Babs Barkley I nti rbury Club: Ed Ne %  man Club: !" H;!N 1 II : P : %  F nk B. S itoi y, Univi i ill %  '. ir. 5998 N. W. 7th Avenue concert. Mrs. Weinstein reports, and tickets may be obtained by telephoning Mrs. L. E. Goldman at 58-2460. The choral unit is composed of the Mesdames Fred Abrains. Isable Altholz, Wiliam Danziger. Alexander Dellcrson. Bernard Goldberg, Louis Goldman, Lilly Halfon. Nathan Kaplan, Maurice Kovna. I. Lader. Louis Mendelow. Harry Miner, Donald Murray. Ben Nadler. Louis Rubin Samuel Sakrais. Ned Sail, B. Sanderson, Anna Schwarzman. Jeanette Simon. Oscar Sindell Wally Wichner end Doris Zwick. Phone 7-9337 HARRY FINCHER, INC OLDSMOBILE SALES SERVICE EXPERT SCIENTIFIC SERVICE ALL MOTOR CARS 1607 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone 48-8704 LEGAL NOTICE LOGAN LUMBER COMPANY 253 N.W. 22nd Street Phont 3-IS72 NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN Till-; CIRCUIT COURT OP Tin: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I 'I' I'l.i >KU>A, IN AND li IR DADE ''olXTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 1328T.4. •I. ii Phillip Gradwell, Plaintiff, v. Janel I.. Gradwell, Defendant. %  Lin, i i. Gradwell, % %  ',?. W Johns .II Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, < %  o Rldrldfte. You are required to Berve a copy of foui answer to the Bill • %  ( Complaint for Divorce on thai plantlff'a attorney, anil to file the original answer In the office of i ,.. i 'i.-rk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th da) of June, A l'. 1950. otherwise, the Bill "i" i 'nmplalnl for Divorce, heret< foi filed herein, will be taken aa confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this the li da] ••( May, 1950. E H I. i:\TIIKKM.\N. %  •• the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, t Court Si l B> M C FEIGE Deputj l %  d Add %  -%  •' I n t II MIl.ToN .\ FRIEDMAN, %  F %  %  • McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY, INC. 7ROM FARM TO YOU 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 7.18(1 MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL Group Joins Council Tau Alpha Omega, a teen-age girls' club, has just become a fullfledged member of the Youth Council of the Miami Jewish Community Center, making the thirteenth club in the group. 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KING NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE Ci.il'NTY .H'l;K's COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. • IN PROBATE, No :'ii II. In Re; ESTATE i >F ARTHUR WEIL, I '•" | -'•• I Crditor and All Persona Hav' Claims %  Demand* Aa li • bald Estati II and i .i,!. of you, are hereby III • ,i and required to present an) and o, n ai da which you, or either of you, ma> have against the estate of Arthui Well deceased, late of [>ade County, Florida, to thHon. f Blanton, County Judge of Dade i ounty, ..:.,| file the sami In hli office m the i ,„i nl: Courthouse In Dad* county, Florida, within eight calendar I jjths from in.date of the first publication hereof. Sai.l claims or de'wands to contain the iet.,i address .of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the IMJ Probate Act. Date May :•. A. I). lS.'.n FRED R. HERCHER, As Administrator of the Estate of Arthur Well, Deceased MYERS. 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tf, MAY 12, 1950 fJewisti McridHchin PAGE ELEVEN Tiv/n symbols of •* %  %  : z : <; xt>Wt~; %  LUMBER — PAINT — BUILDING MATERIALS "Try Us For Service" IVniiiKular Sprvipp r.. Inc. 163rd Street and Biscayne Boulevard Phone 86-5401 2145 No. Miami Avenue Phone 82-1571 MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 420 Congress Bldg. Phone 3-3658 MIAMI. FLORIDA ALL MIAMI MOTORS, IMC. FORD PARTS — SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS 1550 N. Miami Ave. Phone 9-2711 Miami, Fla. REMEMBER MOTHER ON MOTHER'S DAY McAllister Flowers "Say II with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 SHELL'S SUPER MARKET WORLD'S LARGEST SUPER STORE 5941 N.W. Seventh Avenue Phone 89-1676 The Public Learns Quickly Where To Shop Best In Edison Center—Open Sundays Nuta's ailil Basin B4 N. W. North River Drive Phone 2-3067 DON'T CRACK IT MORE! .^v : -V^'-^:^V;^ ; -^>.i-;y-: %  ?'.', %  .^":: L-.v.v-'-:": %  '•• % %  -•'%  % %  ':'< %  :. %  £$-.:,* %  V>.v • %  •:: %  :; %  : % %  ?>->&•.•.-• .-•.•1-.-. .• %  ••••> I ^lSK;;t ; .:?^i*& >. gt*AKryREMEMBER MOTHER Ciila Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 For Betler Health Visit the Miami Health Institute A Modern Institution Dedicated to Health 7235 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-7896 Cartoon by Vaughn Shoemaker of the Chicago Daily News. U. S. Trfdiury Dcparlmenl • &f • &f ••• >pkins-Carter Hardware Co. 139 South Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5194 FOR YOUR INDEPENDENCE BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS TINGLE PAINT Landscape Designing For New & Old Homes FREE ESTIMATES j. s. nr L UI x LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phone 82-9860 ..i --PHONE CO. 9-2674 •49 S.WFIRST ST. MIAMI. PI. A. DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. 41st St Ph. 5-6441 GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 34113 GRAND NATIONAL IMPORTERS WHOLESALE LIQUORS 309 N. W. 9th Arenne Miami 1 t """.



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>AY. MAY 12, 1950 *Jenist> fhoridfiar PAGE THIRTEEN RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY israe (Reform). 137 Kst. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. L Emeritus, services at 8:15. : lu.i the services ,,„ -Mother." Saturday a i ii a.m. Dr. Kaplan nfirmatlon class will Community Center 2020 Polk St.. Iwish fcwo'od^abbi Jacob J. Honig; V v wrvlces at 6rt0. i L*te Weekly i g:l5. Rabbi Honig rhe Fifth CommandMother'a Day Babwin* services -% %  • %  "",""' i.,w. Sunday morning 11 %  em lie. Dr. breakfast at 1":::". ve parents. Sunday io I,I 10:30 center open i,ong and dancing. pie Emanu-Sl (Reform). S. Andrews Ave.. Fort LaudMarius Ranson, Rabbi. will conduct the earn. The public is n nool at tintemple .,t H a.m. Religious school %  lemple Uetn Snoiom (Liberal). Chase Ave.. Miami Beach. phi Leon Kronish; Cantor nuel Kelemer. i ,v evening services at 8:15. \i tsvah service will be i : ,i Mitivah laas of KrunlKh will address the Sabbath Bervlce 10:45 ,h of Alfred -M. Mamlet. diami Hebrew School and Conkgation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W. Ave. Rabbi Simon April. ntor Bercle Kelemer. ,• i ,. %  -,-n Ices :it Mincha services followed by Sh.tli.s Seudos. Sei \ Ices Monda) t,, Thursday 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. -\ii young Israel members in the area are j Invited to attend, T'Fereth Israel Congregation oi Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th Avenue. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:80 a.m. with Mincha al All residents in that area are Invited to attend. Congregation Beth El (Ortho dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at ',: : ''" ;> m. Saturday morning services at S:30, Bar Mltzvahs ,,r Howard, son of Ml ami .Mrs. Stanles Si lav Immi 1 l Bchool at I". Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St., Miami Beach. Dally Bible ,ia.-s 5:13 p.m. Dally services at 7:80 a.m. and 8:13 Sunday at 8 a.m. Northside Jewish Center. Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave. and 53rd St. Sabbath services Friday at 8:30 p.m. Sunday Bchool claw— every Sunday it the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W. 62nd st. Hebrew classes und rectlon of Rev. I'hillp Fried .,: 6"01 N.W. 4th Ave. ,,n Mondays and Thursday from 1 to 6 p.m. North Dade Jewish Center (Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie Highway. North Miami. Friday evening services at 8:13. Saturday morning services at 10, Congregation Beth Ttilah lOrthodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. FViday evening services at 6:30. Saturday morning at 8:30. Tinrabbi will preach 'in "Kcliuion and Economy." At 5:15 p.m. Rabid Rackovsky will speak on "Love for Humanity" followed by .Mincha at :,:4. .. BhalOS Seudos and Maarlv. Dally services r:30 a.m. followed by class In Mlshna. Mincha services at 6::m followed on Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by class In Laws anil Customs, and on Mondays and Wednesdays by class in Jewish Legends of the Talmud. Congregation Beth Jacob (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington Are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Friday evening services .it 6:30 Saturday morning at 8:30. Bar Mltzvah of Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Welll. Intermediate Cong, at 9 a.m. Mincha at 6:30 11 lowed by Shalos Sudos. Kabbi Schulmaii will preach on the Prtlo of the Week. Religious school M,,n dathrough Thursday at 3:30; Sunday school 9 a.m. Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. 175 S.W. 45th Ave. Saturday services at 9 a.m. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center (Conservative), 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. i' Id',y evening service at 8:30, The rabbi will preach on "Living In Two Worlds." .l,,an Osheroff and Buddy t dell win bring greetings in tribute to roung Judea. Sat irda %  'iIces at B Bar Mltzvah son of Mr. anil Mrs. Irving Cohen. The rabbi will speMC on the Portion of the Week. Daily services i a.m. and 6:30 p.m. in the chapel. North Shore Jewish Center (Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive, Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Congregation). Rev. Philip Fried. Friday evening, services at 8:15 p.m. morning I Saturday morning services at 9; f Kenneth, Sunday school at 10 at Blscayne Elementary Scl Jr. Cong ser> es at :i; Sunday school a; 10 at Blscayne Elementary School Jr, Cong, servl es at 11 a.m. Hebrew scl I at the Center Wednesdaj at 5:15 an 1 P 1da\ sat I p.m. Israelite Center (Conservative) 3198 S.W. 24th Terr. Friday morning a.m. night services at 6; Saturday at :•. Dally services at s L. Blue Aibbon \Have You Seen Our Weekly SPECIALS \0n LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING ASK OUR DRIVER OR PHONE 3-0733 — 3-8754 FOR FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY RCYALTEX LIFE-TUBE STRONG ENOUSH TO SUPPCKT C WITHOUT TllltS KB LIFE PROTECTION never known before! Got It! U.S. ROYAL MASTER • ROYALTEX-new anti-skid device-holds where tires never held before. ic Renewable safety tread — gives you up to 60% more safe miles. 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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jmist> nDrndlHar FRIDAY. MAY 12, I OH iiI 1 oursolf In FOn 17FU-18 DlPAPTitNT OF CC"H£RCt %  12-28-*I eitu of TME cessus 1950 CENSUS HAVE YOU BEEN COUNTED? The Census" Is nearlng completion. If you have counted here or anywhere else, please fill out below and nail 1 t Immediately to the I'. S. Census Office at the address shown. My address on April 1, 1950 was: House Nvmber and Street not bee the for Dlstrlc Apt. N< n m t (Or dticription of Iocs 11on) ni nn. vl'lllf State NAM£ OF EACH PERSON wHOSE I'SUAl PLACE OF RESIDENCE wAS IN THIS • HOUSEHOLD 0* APRIL 1, 1950 (Lmmt r.-' (run ntmr) (Initiml) RELATIONSHIP OF THIS PERSON TO THE HEAD Of THE HOJSEH0L0, SUCH AS HEAO, WIFE, SON, ROOMER, ETC. SEX M OR F COLOR OR RACE AGE AT LAST BIRTHOAY i,.\ b les LLodg To Sponsor Stag Sports movies and a comedy program will highlight a membership stag %  i be sponsored by Coral Q [es I. d B'nai B'rith, on Tuesday, May 16, at 8:30 p.m. at the Coral Gables Jewish Center. i depicting football highlights of 194!) and deep sea fishing will be shown. Dr. Leonard Gliekstein is choir: man of the affair. Assisting him Leoi ; Spiegel, m mbership chairman and Alvin Corenblum I president. T J1£ BROW NOORP7? AND HEALTH RfL, SAFETY HARBOR I, 0 ?' A Modern, c,. heated, pi,' 5, 1. Hotel, AH R' P |, I Pnv,,e B R 7J Shower a l h Or Elevator Sen,i c


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HDAY. MAY 12, 1950 *Jmfeft nor Mian PAGE FIFTEEN Emma Lazarus I nit To Hold .Spring I>.HM e A spring dance will be spunsored by the Emma Lazarus Chapter. Business and Professioni al Women of B'nai B'rith. or. Saturday, May 13, at 9 p.m. in the i Belmar Hotpi it •-• announced by Chairman Edyth Fleischer. A program is planned and there will be dancing to the mus Serge Gomez and his Latin American orchestra. Highlight <>f the evening will be the presentation of a free trip to Butlin's Grand Bahama Vacation Village. Assisting Miss Fleischer will be: entertainment, Gerie Hershfeld; door, Dorothy Rader; tickets. Tina Fischer; and publicity. Belle Small and Lillian Tickos. Proceeds of the affair will be used for the support of youth training and sponsorship ol grams at the V. A. hospital. SPEEDOMETER REPAIRS ALSO Windshield Washers-Wipers Auto Locks Latches SALES SERVICE QUICK EFFICIENT AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE 1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144 Mapping plans for the Men's Club of the Coral Gables Jewish Center during the coming year are new officers of the group. Shown above are (sitting, 1. to r.) Lou Perkell. vice president; Nat Winokur, president; Maurice Finkelhor, treasurer; Lou Tanner, secretary; (standing, 1. to r.) Abe Harris, Ted Goodman, Herbert Braun. Lee Elman. Sam Beckman, board members. Not pictured are I Bill Click, corresponding secretary, and Meyer Baskin. board member. |Lewises Mark Sixth /ear Of Operation Of |lorth Carolina Resort I Mrs. Sid Lewis, manim raggan Inn, Heiid:,. c'.. announce that |t has been extensively roasting popcorn, horseback ridi ing are as much a planned part 01 the inn as the spacious verandas on each floor and the lobbii s 1 with huge stone fireplaces tor informal gatherings, the L point out. The resort is located in the i heart of the picturesque Blue Mountains, a 15-minute walk from Hendersom ille. Scene at Duncraggon %  renovated in celebration of their Isixth year of operation. A new lea rd room has been added, they Idisclose, and shuffleboard courts %  constructed. In addition, the Iwhule resort has been scrubbed |and polished and freshly painted, Besides the Presidential Lodge Iwith all rooms at ground level. Ithere is a private swimming pool, |18-holo golf course, dancing %  facilities and a playground for Ichildien where a full-time counIselnr is employed. S und movies, dancing, bridge. Book Review Slated "Lead Kindly Light" by Vi: Sheehan, based on the life of Gandhi, will be reviewed by Prof. Edward Clarke, at the Spinoza 'Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St., I Miami Beach, on Saturday, May 13. at 3:30 p.m. On Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will give the fifth lecture in the series on "The Art of Living." Topic of this lecture will be "Making Your Mind Behave." 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wsrasTffif +j€*lstncrkfian FRIDAY. MAY i 2i LEGAL NOTICE 'X NOTICE BY~Pu^— -^ 18*479. "•\NT||.y*J rO: SAKA K. ,.,Tv""a Bast Mosholu ftSL Apartment • %  |. ''" K ay Bronx, Xcw Vorfc default will b'.iiii v l: %  RICE, j ORNET A riBNET III Llm n i Miami l'.. a. h, Florid Attorney* for Plaint 5/5-12-19 J>, Drputy if r NOTICE Dr. Joachim Prinz was principal speaker at the Jewish Education Dinner recently held at the Delmonico Hotel. One of the highlights of the affair was the installation of new officers of Buieau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Recognized at the rites were (1. to r.) David Isen. vice president; Louis Heiman, honorary president: Max Meisel, president; Mrs. Matilda Ratner. treasurer; Louis Schwarlzman, executive director; Joseph Duntov, vice president: Israel Shapoff. secretary. Dr. David S. Andron, rice NA N M E ER LA F ; cT,T, wi NOTICE IS HEREBY OF the undersized, denlring to12L ';"•'" : 'I II :• Nrnth* 1 Aven Ue .,.. _,. ; With the Clerk of ,.,. of Dade County. Florida. OwnTr N !VIN ; ;l:ra l MYERS, HEIMAJf ft KAPUS Attorney8 for Applicant (roup Plans To Aid Displaced < olori'd I'trsoiis Attempts will be made by the newly organized Committee Against Socialized Housing to secure satisfactory housing for colored families displaced by the slum clearance program, according to a decision made by the executive committee of the group. "As the most urgent need in Miami's slum clearance program f.t present is to re-locate colored families forced out of understandard homes condemned by the rity. the committee has assumed this responsibility," said S. T James, secretary. "This applies also to families displaced by houses to be condemned as the program progresses. Their applications will be received as soon What Democracy Means to as the forms are minted. M c wiu be thc subject of an "In all the discussions about: essay contest to be sponsored in slum clearance, neither the so! Miami Beach high schools by Mipresident, was not present at the time the picture was taken. Ardmorj YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING Loilgc Sponsors Iss.iv Contest called "slum clearance committee.' not any other group has offered to perform this needed service to our colored people. So this organization, although new and still in the process of formation .is ready and willing to take on the job." ami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, it has been announced by lodge president, Godfrey K. Newman. According to Saul Genet, eontest chairman, any student attending Miami Beach high schools is eligible to participate. Essays may consist of 250 words or less The Committee Against Socialand must be submitted to Genet ized Housing is composed of! a t 420 Lincoln Road before midrealtors, builders, mortgage night of Mav 25. First prize will agents, businessmen, ministers, be a $50 U. S. Savings Bond, attorneys, tenants and representsecond, a $25 bond and third. ative men and women of various $io m cash, civic groups. j Awardg wil] be made at thc lodge's annual July 4 rally in Flamingo Park. Assisting Genet with the contest will be Samuel W. Shapiro. J. Sonz and Dr. Wilbur Wishner. At New Reduced Prices FROM NOW TO NOVEMBER I. (accommodating up to m ptruui ALL CABANAS HAVE PRIVATE PBOM AND HOT AND COLD SHOHEBS Join the smart colon? >i ih. oitaiir ri to Ik. Grecian Wan, 5BVg trie famed fini.vi .. Includlnr iht Ik, rouiel for brunch and inacki n. Blue Room for dlnnrr. Opfn ill' Sow Dinner Muilc by Tommy Sinn r' fay round of day and nifhi Mt u iu TILIPHONE: 58-7881 %i{m ON THE OCEAN AT SEVENTEENTH SWISS KNIGHT „ THE FAVORITE CHEESE IN JEWISH HOMES TASTY CANAPES ... so quickly made with your favorite cheese—delicious Swiss Knight. Cuts easily, smoothly for cracker topping; into attractive shapes for decoration; makes both dainty sandwiches and big ones for sturdy appetites. Serve whole Swiss Knight triangles at dairy meals — really healthful and nourishing, and everybody ikes it! Builders of Immortal Memorials for the Jewish Trade Look For the 2-Story White Building THURMOND MONUMENT Co. MARKERS S35.00 PLUS CEMETERY CHARGES Open Sundays Phone 4-3249 III Oiwasiom • Buffets • Weddings • Dinners • Parties • Receptions • Cocktail Parties • Bar MiUvahs • Engagements • Sweet Tables • Garden Parties Our Specialties • Unique Ice Carvings • Hot 8c Cold Hors D'Oeuvres • Decorated Cold Cut. Chicken, & Turkey Platters NO PARTY TOO SMALL—NO AFFAIR TOO LARGE Our consultants are prepared to visit you in !' (l1 "''""''f.., will after advice and suggestions without obugai CALL 5-2655 — ASK FOR BORIS FREE RECIPES ...ask your grocer or write direct to: GERBER & CO., Inc 6 Harrison Street New York 13 Packed in 3, 6 and 12 portion boxes xj taste ROKEACH BORSCHT DisiriDutea Dy Palm OntriDutora, Inc. — 14 N.E. 24th St., Miami — Phone 3-6866



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R IDAY. MAY 12, 1950 LEGAL NOTICES I Kfffcl OF A APPL.CAT.ON FOR KILE 4S7IS IvnTlCK IS HEREBY OIVEN that .',, i:...uiii. holder of Everglades • i Tax Sale Certificates ,31, 5859, and (6B7, dated |„j of MaV. A.U. 147, Mas JJL. s I'l ertlflcatei in my office, %  application for tax deed %  '' %  '. thereon in accordance With ,,..-,.; certificate* embrace the ,li ... ibi 'I property, situated County, State of Florida, in LEGAL NOTICE vJenist fhr/rf, ir PAGE SEVENTEEN NOTICE uNogr, ^FICTITIOUS NOTICE. 18 EREB^arvEN tha, J' %  I Kid, i: 10 ft., W. D. Banfoida !:.„ik ), Page 26. located in Hiity, Slate of Florida, as n Certificate No. 1631. The Bald property under the lifl ite issued was In the d.-ri.-k Manna. {,. %  |.-, i: vlera Park, Plat Book is. t,,, ;, .ii. ci in Dade County. State ; iembraced in Certificate Thi assessment of said [,... a i, v the said certificate in the name of Frank E. & %  :: %  Block 5, LJndley Her, A Sub., Plat nook 23, .1 In l >ade County, State ; %  in i mbraced in Certifieste assessment of said under the said certificate L n the name of Will II. with the Clerk .,f th,: V-h-.r,',:'," ."""' Dal C ,ty. Florida '''' NATHAN AURAMnWlTZ sole '\viifr MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 5/5-12-19-26 IN TII| TI C l irnT U BLICATION IA I III-. 1 l|(( | | CllI'liT 1.1TillELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRcmk !:;/..'IF ~ IN CHANCERY, No" SAMUEL .1. FELD, Plaintiff va ROSE FELD, Defendant TO: ROSE FELD, 133-30 Laurelton Parkway, Laurelton, Long Island, I r %  New YOU York. ARE ; %  %  I I] 1 A 0. .! certificates shall be re. %  dins, to law, tax deed ill thereon on the fith day I), I960. the 8rd day of May. i: B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk Circuit Court, I .nil< 'ounty, Florida. • Seal) I :> N. C. STERRETT, Deputy Cl.ck. NOTIFIED a Dill .,f filed NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IXOTICi: is HEREBY OIVEN that ii. desiring to engage in %  r i the fictitious name of HAM i 'in TON FIBER COMPANY %  in N. \V. North River Drive, B.i Florida, intends to register name with the Clerk 'if the |i • %  !' Hade County, Florida. HA VII i 1'OTTASH tl'.Y STONE Jti I'avid I'ottash %  i-;s s i-ia NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ki-Tici-: I.-. HEREBY OIVEN that ried, desiring to engage In li : the fictitious name of DWvs CARAQE at 426 Michigan Miami Reach, Dade County, nli mis to register said nanie h Hi. i •;. %  •!> of the Circuit Court inty, Florida. III'MPTY-DUMPTT SERVICE STATIONS, l!.v MILTON COMER BI-I.IAM I. BRENNER %  for Applicant Road ami Reach. Florida. [.NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PDTICE 18 HKllKBY OIVEN that inderslgned, desiring to engage In Pv";^,. 1 ",';'''' tn fictitious name of "V\l.lo\ COCKTAIL LOUNGE at "'fon Hotel, 13] s. E. 1st Street, ii '• a.. Intend I., register said ;'. "," V"' .'' l,lU f 'he CIrcull It of nade < ounty, Florida. FREDERIC S ALBERT IRA ROTHBARD PODELL, BBQB. %  I Hen. h, Florida Complaint for divorce has i against you In the above cause l uu %  % %  "Ired to serve s co>v o JnS A £ 8W if r V ho Pta'ntlffs attorney and file the original in n„. ..rti.... „r the i lerk ol the circuit Court on or before the list day of Mav 1950' otherwise the allegations ..r said iiiii ol Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. -May 2nd, 1950, E. It. LEATHERMAN, lerk "i the circuit Court U Ircuit Court Seal) By: C. It. WILSON JACK A. ABBOTT. lM "" y C erk Attorney for l'lainiiff, 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Bi ach, Florida. 5/3-12-19-26 INC. I'res. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN I UK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIF 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 182094. MARIA OQNIBENE, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPR F, OOKIBENE, Defendant TO: JOSEPH F. OQNIBENE 1172 III,ENMORK AVENUE" BROOKLYN, N. Y. You are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Bill of ompiaint tor Divorce on the plaintiffs attorney and to file .the original answer In the Office of th.Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade < purity, Florida, on or before the 19 day of .May, 1950: otherwise, the Bill or Complaint tor Divorce heretofore filed herein will be taken as confessed by you. Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18 day of April, A.D. 1960. E. li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court Hade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By! \V.M. W INOTI I li: f r the Co RI-'K I CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that ; desiring to engage in the fictitious nan,,of 1 'iat 450 N.W. 8th St., : Bister said name ol the Circuit Court of miy. Florida. UH'IS KU8NICK I I V, n.-r -'SHAPIRO Applicant .1 6/2 riv 0TICf r. BY PUBLICATION P ItC'l IT COURT OF TIIF. ^ I.U, CIRCUIT %  VTV A, ,l N AX FOI! DADE IN CHAN, |.;itv, No. RAB '*OWE JODOVICH, PHILIP JODOVICH! I'UP JODOVICH, 229 Ash%  Y.mlcers, New York, '""I that a Bill of Mvorc has been filed nd you are required ol your Answer or BUI of Complain) on Attorney, MAN R hold iiuiiding. Miami, rile the original Answer 'he office of the Clerk 1 ourl on or Before the • ""'. [950. If you fail to bj default win be vou for the relief depl" at Complaint 'JRHERBD at Miami. day Of May, A.D! E.B LEATHERMAN, 1 l< rk, Circuit Court, • wile County, Florida STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. Name and Address of Plaintiffs Attorney: NORMAN R. LYONS, 914 Olympla Building Miami, Florida 4/21-2S 5/5-12 STOCK1NO. Deputy Clerk. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EDISON DISTRIBUTORS, at 890 N.W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N.F. 13th Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the < 'ircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F. COYI.E ELIZABETH IIHANK THERESA MII„LEK ROSE IILANK KRAMER MARION FREHI.INO MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN .t KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/21-2S 5/5-11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .... ,,,. TAX DEED MAI I l-.lt 20722—ACTS OF 1911 NOTICE IS HEREBY 8 GIVEN that V ."T" 1 r 01 c„ U nt T.,N Mif -..'"!"'.''" %  "'• •" numbered 998, 1298 Mil. •:• %  .'.. ,,124 7008, 9520, 12382 ami A ii 'P ."'' ,"'" !? %  lU '> '" "ay. oi'flce .,'", h ri '•" 1 -•""•• "' IV a i ,K.i, ""I T de "I'l'U.-u tor .-,; ri ; %  "''" %  ls • su, • <, 'h--' >• sid ',",•"' s embrace the following deafsa ssfpate m k •'• Be :-.. in the Counts of Dade state of Florida, as embraced in Certificate .\... 998. The assessment iri.-,' V 1 '"'"''.' 1 l,r "" %  %  %  • %  "•' e Issued was In the name of (ireenfleld Villages, Inc. H..K' r.',''. I:l ,',"' k -'• J >">lor Heights, A .• I;, 1 lH },,k ''•'Paw 13, in the /' "> ol Dade .State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 1398. The a--ssl„.„l ? f M | d ,„ ,,, v ,„ the said certificate ssued was in the nan,.of Merlon Platt. s„V"' ol B \S CK ''' y>erty City, A Sub., 1 la j Rook :. Page :: %  in the County of Dade, state of Florida, ii embraced in Certificate No. 3211 The as.-ss,,,..,,, „r said property under the said certificate Issued was in the name ol Dave S. r. vena l>it 18 Block i, Earllngton Hgta A Sub Plat Book 13, Page 61. In the ounty ol Dade, State of Florida, ns embraced In Certificate No, 3936. •s-in, in of said property under 'ii %  said certificate IHSUI -I was in th,. name 0 a o, Barrj Fttigerald. %  •'' ,"., Block I-:, 'ai i Addn. %  • "I "eah, A Sub., Plal Book 8, page 6. in the County of Dade, State ..f % %  '" "'.•'• ,,-' s embraced in Certificate -N". .ii-l. Th.assessment of said property under the said certificate ssued was m the name of Rosie Sachs, El AI. 1.--1 9, Block 5. Little River Highlands, A Sub., Plal Book 9, Page 129, in the County of Dade, State .-f Florida, as embraced in Certificate N... THUS. The assessment of said property under the saU certificate Issued was in the name of Chas. I-' Dalnes. Lot 18, Block 3, Nntoma Manors. A sub., Plat Rook 24, Page 13, in the County of Hade. State Of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 9.120 The assessment of said propertj under the said certificate Issued was ill the name of Kathleen M. Carter, Lot II, Block t, McKeever Terr., A Sub.. Plat BOOk'Sj Page 19, in the County of Had.-, state of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No, 13382. The assessment of said property under the said certificate Issued was in the name of Unknown. Lot 12, Block I. McKeever Terrace, A Sub, Plal Book 9, Page 49, In the County of Dade, Stale of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 12888. The assessment of said property under the certificate issued was in the name of Unkliown. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door .111 the first Monday in the month of June, A. D. 1950, which is the 5th day of June. A D. 1950. Hat.-d this the 35th day of April, A. D. 19.10. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By. N. C. STERRETT. Deputy Clerk. I 18 :. .".-1J-19 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR F*INAL DISCHARGE •,>., '. < ."'V rY JUDGE'S COURT. I'AJ'L COUNTY, FLORIDA.—No. RE: ESTATE OF IRVING It. BECKER, I >•! %  >' IS. li. NOTICE is herebj given that 1 have nj.-d mifin a i report and petition for i-inai Discharge as administratrix of the .slate of [rvlng it. Becker, deceased; ami thai on the 15th day of June, 1950, 1 will apply to the Honoram.u. i-. Blanton, County Judge ol Dade tounty. Florida, for approval Of said final report and for final discharge as Administratrix of tin, Estate c.r Irving It. Becker, de< eti >eu I his 3rd day or Mav, 1950 MARK SILVElsTE E IN LY BECKER Attorney for Administratrix •"' I2-19-2D 6/2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, !''. I ; U I ., : '" A — ,N CHANCERY, No. EDWARD A. ULYNN, Plaintiff, is. FLORENCE ULYNN, Defendant. TO: FLORENCE ULYNN, an Locust Hill Avenue, Vonkers, New York. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy of your answer to the bill of complaint on the plalntirf's attorney, and file the original answer in th office of the Clerk ol the • "iix-ull Com t on or before the 1 da) "i June, 1950, in the above entitled 1 ause for dl> 01 ce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. HATED this 1' lla) of Mav. 1950 K. U. LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seall Bj Wit. W. STOCKING, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE i EMANUEL LEV KNSON'," """' U '' k 1 Attorney for Plaintiff, t.o; lilscayne Building, Miami :;:•. Florida. APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN .il .STY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE REp B : g?lTE* ^ IDA — NO i2m A^'RA^^I^aelea^d^ 0 ^ NOTICH is herebj given that 1 have filed my final report and petition or Final Discharge as Executrix of the estati of Sarah Raphael, and that on 5, .1-12-19-26 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRl 'I IT i'l (I'RT I IF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FIXIRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, l-'l.i n:il >,\ IN CHANCERY, No. 1323.13, RrahRaphael, deceased; ROSE SLOTZ, Plaintiff, is. MOSES the 29th day ..f May, S^LOTZ, Defendant. li'-'"'"',. %  „"'" RDpl >' '" "'e "Honorable u F. Blanton, County Judg u.,.l. 1 ounty, Florida, r„r roval of said liiiil 1-11..11 and for final discharge as I-.N. 1111 ix of the estate of Sarah Raphael, deceased. This 3rd day of May, 1950. TO: MR. MOSES Sl.o'1'Z R. D. No. 1 Box 273 West Albany. NewYork YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are ,., HEi.i-.N A. LloN.-'. hereby required to serve i,% of •' %  u',i',",.'| IX 1' '." %  %  '" '" Sarah vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint Raphael, deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attoi neys for Executrix 5/5-12-19-26 on I th NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In business under the fictitious nan ASBURY APARTMENTS at 111 S.W. Itli Avenue, .Miami, Florida, intend to register said na with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE STONE LILI.IE STONE LOUIS STONE SARAH K. STONE ELRY STONE 1010 Congress Building, Miami, Fla. A Homey for GEORGE STONE, LILI.IE STONE, LOUIS STONE and SARAH K. STONE 3/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Colographlc Press at 355 N, E 59th street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. LITIIo PRESS, INC FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicant 4/28 5/5-12-19 the plaintiffs attorney, and file original Answer In 11 fflce "f tint clerk or the circuit Courl on or b.f.ii-c the !9th day ..r Mav. 1350, in default of which, the BUI ..f c plaint will be taken as confessed against you. DONE ami ORDERED at Miami, had.. County, Florida, this :sth da; of April, I960, E. B. LEATHBRMAN. clerk ..r th. Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By \VM. W LEO SHE1NER Attorney for Plaintiff 1204-05 Pacific Building Miami :'.-, Florida Phone: 82-7674. 5/5-12-19-26 STOCKING. Deputy Clerk, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nami of CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intends to register said name wit.ii the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Had.County, Florida, GOLD-RICH CORPORATION By Audr.y Bather Goldflnger Vice President 5/5-12-19-26 ii 2 I-:I: IVM. \V. 1:1: Plaintiff CC M?. 1 ?" FICTITIOUS ,,, NAME LAW "JREBY GIVEN that %  le !rlng to engs -. In ..',, 'I 1 ,;. [Ictltloiw name of "IBI TORS, at |M N. w. c -M a -., > .. j 1 I'-.-M"! Co r t Miami, Florida, ,,,',.*:'" said name-with the Florida 1 Court ot Dad0 i"'.\^rP T BLANK vi ,i"V n p COYI.E FT -r ;', BET H BLANK v i.P S MILLER %  ROSE BLANK KRAMER B-' 111' Vi .?-"' : B'-ANK L V'' MA N 1 & KAPLAN for Applicants NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 133125. CATHERINE STUTTER. Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD V. SUTTER, JR., Defendant. To: HAROLD V. SUTTER, JR. 9517 77th Street, ozone Park, Long Island, New York. YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a. copy of your answer to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19 day of May, 1960, in the above entitled cause for divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso win I..entered against you. Hated this 19 day c.r April, 1950. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Cl.-rk Of the Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C FEIOE, Deputy Clerk EMANUEL LEVENSON, Attorney for Plaintiff, .ln7 I'.isi.r. lie Ihllldillg, Miami. Florida. I 21-28 5 5-12 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE 18758 Notice is hereby given that Ben P.oskin holder of City of Miami Tax Sale Certificate Numbered ::ti72, dated the 2nd day of June, A.D. 1947, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has mad.application for tax d.-.-d t.i issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embn s the following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: i^.t :'.'.. Iilk. 1, subdivision of Dale Miller Tract Addition Number I, Plal Book 2, Page 70, In the City or Miami. County c,r Dade, State c.r Florida. Th.* assessment c.r said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be'redeemed according to law, tax deed will issuethereon | 011 the 6th clay of June, A.D. 1950. Dated this 3rd clay of May. ,\.l> 1950 E. B. LEATHERMAN, < 'l.-rk of Circuit 1 'ourt, 1 lade c-ounty, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, Deputy Clerk. :,, 5-12-19-26 'i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In bi sin.-ss under the fictitious name of K-A DISTRIBUTORS, at 690 N. W. 13th Street, Miami. Florida, and at 12260 N. E. fith Court. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F COYI.E ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREHLING MICHAEL BLANK JEROME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 4/21-28 5/5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t. engage In business under the fictitious name of Lewis Apartments at 1211 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, intend to register NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 690 N.W. 13th street, Miami. Florida, and at li'L'Gi) N.E 13th Court, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of th.Circuit Court of Dade County, FI01 Ida. SAMUEL BLANK HAROLD F. i-oYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER RUSE BLANK KRAMER MARION FREHLING MICHAEL BLANK JEROME IILANK MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN thai 1 • lei RlKned, desiring to ei eai %  ,: business under thfictitious name ol TOWN VINTNERS, at 690 N. W. 13th Street, Miami, Florida, -r.-.,l at : 6 S E, 13th Court, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the said name with the Clerk 1 'iu nit Court of Dad.County, ALFRED LEWIS RAE LEWIS STANLEY RICHARD Attorney for Applicants 120 Lincoln Road 4/21-28 5/5-12 Of the Florida. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that to engagt In JOSE 1 ioodman. ,• %  :: nieck.-r Street, New Yoik City, New York. YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of Inlnl for divorce has been filed ngnlnsl you In the above cause and 1 are required to Berve a copy of %  %  County, Fi circuit Court "I bade SAMUEL BLANK' II \i:ol.D F. COYLE ELIZABETH BLANK THERESA MILLER ROSE BLANK KRAMER M VRION FREHLING MICHAEL BLANK I i'.lic >ME BLANK MYERS, HEIMAN .\KAPLAN A 11 irneys f irAppllcants 1/21-28 J 5-12 your Answi on the plaintiffs attorne} glnal in the ofl 11, of the Circuit C irl on or !..,,. Hi, 29th day of May. 1950: otherwise tinallegations "t said Bill of Complain I will be talon as con1 by you. May l-'. 19.10. B. B. LEATHERMAN, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE IN COUNTY JUDGE'S C( ll'RT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— No. 22124, RE: ESTATE OF SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, Deceased NOTICE Is hereb) given thai I haw filed mj final report and petition for Final Discharge as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the estate of SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, decei sed: and thai on the 29 day of May, 1950, will apply to tinHonorable w. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said final repent and for final discharge as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A. of the Will c,r SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, deceased. This 28th dnj of April. 1950. MAX R. SILVER. MAX R. SILVER A110111. y biAn. ill.uy Administrator, 1 '.T A. 5/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIEI.EUY iHVI-.N that he underaigncd. iK-slrlni! to cim-aue in %  ...a %  > .... lOIIIII' ... the cci ... .• %  —• %  • %  •fbusinesa under Hit fictitious name or Cables surplus Center ut_21.1.Alhainl>ra Coral HQbles Florida, intend Clerk c.r the It Courl By WM. W. JACK' A. ABBOTT, Attorney for Plaintiff, 927 Lincoln Load. Miami Beach, Florida. :, 6-12-19-26 Circuit 1 '• 111 SI'c KINO. Deputy Clerk. Circle, Coral Gables. Florida, .menu to register said name with the ( leik of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F1 da HAROLD I. S1EU.KL CLARENCE SIEGED 4/21-28 5/j-i:: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In sin.-ss under the fictitious nan :' Craftwood Products at 375 N.W. 27th St.. intends to register said name with the cl.-rk of the Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida. RORERT L. SHNAYERSON Owner 5/5-12-19-26 6/2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUIXIE'M COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, No, 2401 I. In Re: ESTATE OF JOSEPH KARP, Decea ed To All Creditors and All Persons HavClnlms or Demands Agalnsl Said ; — : You, and each • .r you, are herebj notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, nr [ther of ) ou, may hti ve against 1 he if ,I( ISEI'H KARP, cl, of Miami Reach, Dade County, Floi Ida, 10 iliHon. W. I-'. 1 Count! Judge of 1 lii'i.c Viiini ... and file the same ill bis office ill til" County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the dale c.r the flrsl publication hereof. Said claims or denjand .,0in..in tinlegal address ol claimant and to insworn to presented as aforesaid, or same be barred. Bee 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 COOPERSMITH 23.1 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach Attorney for Administratrix 4/21-28 5/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ii It to enuagc In i.i.siness under tl mi me .>r MA RUN EQUIP.M KNT CO. I nol %  %  I Hi 201 I C.i a. D Miami Bel I 11, lute nd sister 1 i ; 1111 mi v Ith the Clerk 01 Court of 1 >ade County, Florida. BERNARD IIODINS M VRY I! RODINS I.FORCE .1. TALIAN'l FP, ESQ. Attorno 1" Vppl ants Lincoln i;.a.l to the and w il ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! The Jewish Floridlan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates. Phone 2-1141 for messenger service. ;



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PAGE EIGHTEEN Jewish rhrktian H'nai llriili Units To .Mark Jewish Youth Month A program in observance of National Jewish Youth Month will ho sponsored by the North Shore Lodge B ith, and Women's Chapter on M May 1."). at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. Featutred in a panel discussion on the subject, "Is Miami Beach Youth Underprivileged or Overprivileged" will be members of Stephen S. Wise Chapter. AZA, and WINX Chapter. B'nai B'rith Girls. David Rabinowitz. the radio and dramatics director of the Youth Roundup, will act as moderator. Selma Lewis, B'nai B'rith Youth director for the South Florida area, will present a national charter to the AZA group. The program will be under the joint direction of Mrs. Herbert Cohen of the North Shore v. en's group and Leo Steinman and Dr. David Hendel of the men's lodge. Farewell Fete Given Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff. !>T2 S.W. Hid St.. were hosts al a I will party in 1 G. Silverman, who is 1' P::u i "'.' Bild. : Mrs. Hei iS T Di %  J ::. %  : l N J :. si R G : %  %  'V I ... < D. Blum. M:'/..:. MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Wholesale and Retail Rough or Pulverized Grade A. Soil "WE SPREAD" Phone 4-0335 LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY EDWARD ALPER 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace ALL WORK GUARANTEED Workmen's Circle Honors Delegates The Women's Club of Workmen's Circle Branch tm. Miami Beach. sponsored a farewell ... r in honor of its deleg it to the group's gold* n jubilee eon| in X. '.v V k nd mem, bers now going north I summer. The dinner was followed by a: concert featuring Luba Roy. Mrs. Loo Elkin was chairm function. j Gables I nit Hmta Commil KMHeads Alvin Corenblum, president of Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith. has announced the appointment of committee chairmen for 195061. In recognition of his "outstand| ing accomplishment in veteran's' affairs and programs at the V.A. j hospital." Herbert Weiss was reI appointed chairman of the | veteran's service committeej Chairmanship of the ADL comI mittee was awarded to Ed Miller ( and Ted Wayne. Past President Leonard Spiegel was appointed chairman of membership drives and WilI liam Hechler is chairman of Dr. Leonard Glick! tein. charter j %  gram Othei i L : Ed 1 s •: ports. E.V. S 1 % %  %  Henrietta Szold Group To Select Officers • • Szold G ; : :. v-ill elect m at 1:30 p.m. May 15, in the :; %  Building of the M Beach Jewish Center. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will on "Loyalties." a discussion of the impact of the creation of the State of Israel on former Jewish loyalties. FRIDAY. MAY i 2 Psychologist TbS3 Dr. Syril Marqm, JSJ with the Veteran"' AS'S tion, will address "thTSP of Sholom Led p „ ""Hi Miamian R, • pjn -J quits subject will be ur Marriage." Moi In celebration of the second anniversary of the State of Israel. Israeli students attending the University of Miami presented to Dr Bowman F. Ashe. university president, an original painting by M. Motusovsky of Tel Aviv. Pictured (L to r.) are Ori Gunsburg. Dr Ashe Yair Kotlar. Uri Kadish. Itschag Fryd and Avinoam Kotlar. The painting was selected from the collection of Israeli works brought to Florida by B. A. Ba rkai. ice Pollack Opens Off Samuel P„n estate broker, JSSfif opening ,,t his new offl Lincoln Road. Miami EW h *J 218 with compie, m, S| al phases of real estate, 31 sales, leases, mortgages a Sl ness opportunities SINRWW HEALTH REStjH HOTELSANITAMil FOB RUT. C0KV*lU^| MH-rafh Wins* 1949 AMAward J. Howard McGrath, United States Attorney General, who as a senator from Rhode Island acted j as presidential spokesman in Con| gress on behalf of the Truman ; civil rights program, is the 194!) • America's Democratic I y Award | %  annually by the Anti-Defan n L of B'n : \ i' i y." h will reci rial si] \, w Yoi k Su] r< SI k, the : :. at ADL's annual n Palmer House in Chicago, May 12-15. COLORED MAIDS GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00 ACE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 127 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-7619 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. Miami's One 3.^^, Community SincelM And Only JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Stock On Hand For Immediate Delivery! Exclusive Dealenl ROCK of AGES :N 3277-79 S.W. 8th Street Phor.e 4-5922 S. J. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Avo. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. Telephone 5-9017 LINDA BRANDS, inc. Exclusive Distributors of the Famous KOSHER ZION lh>licutrss4>u Products "A GOOD NAME is more to be treasured than riches." Proverbs GORDON FUNERAL -HOME SYMBOLIZES EVERYTHING A GOOD NAME IMPLIES A Gift Subscription Suggest for your health, for your satisfaction demand "KOSHER Z/O.V" Products, under the supervision of Rabbi Sholem Gedalia Kolpas. Made with the finest and freshest meat, under the strictest Kashruth supervision. Under U. S. Government Supervision ESTABLISHMENT NO. 1 Caff LINDA BRANDS, Inc. 10 S.E. 1st St., Miami Phone 82-2731 Distributors of the Finest Delicatessen Products and Condiments KOSHER ZION For 25 years the name GORDON has been associated with service to Greater Miami Jewish causes In your time of need let us help you as we have done for other grateful ****** GORDON ?tme/ia£4fam&, 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 or 9-1436 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director |f you have a dots Mr. Stork • %  well P o FREE gift subscript'""" •BABY TALK" magazme... &f h e famous, no..-J monthly ^'^ Mothers ond B.b-* Ea^ToT 'BABY TALK" contain^ pre-nota! advice ond valuable up-to-date m ^^ yaung mothers. You'll find the !" hor,,a V' |cW J articles, special features and lovely ^^0 never-ending source of value and interest. and after your baby arrives. M m \ PHONE 82-3451 Ask For Vo.r PrM ****?* •BABY TAU" Today' There's No Obligate of *•* 401 Northwest Sth Street. Miami, florid. -Sub^]!



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JAY. MAY 12, 1950 Jew is* McrSdliaiin PAGE NINETEEN SEITLIN S COMPANY ?~****<~*<^ 19 N. E. 2nd ST. MIAMI 32, FLA. PHONE 9-3036 W*l • ft Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart recently formally approved Jhe charter issued to the newlv Prized Jewtah Centers Association formed as a coordinating group to plan and supervise the eational and leisure time activities of fourteen member organizations. Shown above areLeo fcner. vice president; Leon Kaplan, president; Judge Wiseheart; Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vice president; |iam Kneapler, treasurer; and Gus Jacobson, executive director of the newlv formed Jewish tfers Association. waai 00/fiplefa and -bcpm/M J///P Jefowe IAMI TITL* 24 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE I Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Till* Insurance Co. Capital, Surplus & Reserves Exceed $2,000,000.00 TELEPHONE 3-6661 i MM I a Chapters •OHM' Young uiisi Districts nine months of negptia^ %  ith the Zionist Organization nerica. the integration of da intn the Z.O.A. has now ne effective. Masada chaphroughout the entire country hencefore be known as Zionist Districts, and kh actually a part of the the Young Zionist Diswill remain separate and | from the Senior Zionist Distill ir local communities. age limit of the Young Zionist Districts is from eighteen to thirty-five and the membership is open to both young men and young women who wish to affiliate. The policy of the group will remain the same as before with stress being placed on an understanding of the AmericanIsraeli relationship, aid to Israel, a spiritual approach to Jewish learning in order to insure its survival on the American scene. Henry Birnbrey of Atlanta, former president of the.Southeastern Region of Masada, will visit the groups in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Miami. Miami Beach. Orlando and Jacksonville during the week of May 2 through 7 to help the chapters affect the integration into the Z.O.A. With the merging of Masada into the Zionist Organization of America, ends a wonderful record of Masada and marks the beginning of a new phase of young Zionist activity on the American scene. The Resort For Your 1950 Vacation im Lake Mote/ |ND COTTAGES • (Upper) Loon Lake (Franklin Co.) New York 1800 feet high in the cool, picturesque Adirondack* DAVID S. ANDRON Ownership Management NOW! The Very Best Is Available! lL n ii?n? r n bly beautif ul 3,0000 acre RESORT CHAMPIONSHIP fcr Dr?DTc C0urse on Premises %  • • TENNIS 4-mile LAKE lirMFSTo,; %  H0RSE S celebrated ENTERTAINMENT ir-Tm • • Conc e r t Ensemble complete ATHLETIC IhJnn B'?. d ANDR N cuisine dietary laws lake front fcl/vTmr %  • smor flasbord cocktail parties barbecues snevator service telephone in every room. IlLL-'S,^ l,1keside "BACHELOR LODGE" and "DEBUTANTE r > %  >th private butler.valet and personal maid in attendance. I've Now for choice cottages, Inquire About Our Novel "NameH .o.t„ and hote. rooms. $&$• IT^rtl 0 "'^^ One of America's Most Distinguished Resorts Ownership: David S. Andron — David G. Trussell 11 Bench Office: Crest Hotel, 17th St. and James Ave., Phone 5-0321 2 FAMOUS NAMES FEATURED BY WOLPERT'S at your TELEVISION DEALER'S REDDY KILOWATT'S new Booklet of Helpful Hints Living Room Furniture and GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances Wxrtpvd FURNITURE Co. 1200 Coral Way Low Interest Rates Easy Monthly Payments Until Repaid No Penalty for Prepayment in part or in full Low Closing Costs Friendly, Efficient Service Consult Us Now — No Obligation! Valuable gifts are still available to those who open new savings accounts with $10.00 | or more. See them in our display window kir\ irAKl AQCOriATinKI 4r AND LOAN ASSOCIATION of Miami m -r* mSSf? XoGUST BROS Ry. £ What to expect in the new sets ".where to put them, how to arrange rooms for best viewing, proper room lighting and other useful information., Mmmbor federal Saving* and Loan Insurance Corporation MAIN OFFICE AUAPATTAH BRANCH 45 Northeast First Avenue 1594 Northwest 36th Street JOSEPH M. UPTON, Priloff. Executive Director. Tha Creator Miami Vaao Makashruth. Rabbi Jo(nn E. Rackovsky. Director EXCLUSIVE!. Y DISTRIBUTED IN MIAMI BY Southern Provisions, Inc. 1721 N.W. 7TH AVENUE MIAMI, FLORIDA %  PHONES WJ081 awi 24141-2 r i : I 1 • I i i-i %  v



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PAGE TWENTY vjenist fhrkMaan Beach Women To Install Tuesday Miami Bench Councilman Bur' nett Roth will install officers anil board members of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women at the annual luncheon to !• held at the Saxony Hotel Tuesday, May Hi, at 1 p.m. Officers to be re -ognized at the rites are Mrs, Ma Optner, presi, dent, who succeeds Mrs Revmour Satin: M:s Max Schwartz, Mrs. Joseph Hi Ut. Mis. Charles Goldberg and Mrs. Milton Weinkle. vie.' presidents; MrHelen Sanders, recording secretary: Mis Herbert Reichek. financial secretary: Mrs. Maurice Weltman nt financial secretary: Mrs. Jack Silverman. corresp mding etary: Mrs, Ben Lebow, treasun r: Mrs. Sam Nudelman. guardian; Mrs. David Dennei-. sentinel: Mrs. Sol G ildgtrom, honorary trustee: Mrs. Carl W< inkle, Harry Kaufman and Dave Alper, trustees: Mrs. Seymour Satin, counselor. Members of the board of di: rectors are the Mesdames Gilbert Balkin. Theodore Arvan. Meyer Baskin. Morris Bernstein. Harry Cohen, Harry Einhorn, I. Leo Fishbein. Jack Fern. Arthur Frishman, Sam Goldstein, Morris J. Goldin. William Hoffman.' Maxim Hei -'• %  y. Dav I .1 ise Kogos, Albert Leh/man, Philip | Lefkowitz. Ah xander Libow, San uel Poll M S. Puree" Hi .".-.an Popkin Norman haupt, Benjamin Rin Rubin, William S Shu W >| Tui k. Get tru li Wi I the Miss.Helen Wassman Jeanette Teller. Nada Foster i, will offer the musical part of the proMi Milton Wemkle is eh lirman of the installation and Miss Jeanette Teller is co-chairman. Young Adults Meet FRIDAY, MAY 1 2 The Young Adult Group of the Northside Jewish Center meets Herman Kutun invite -^ men and women every Monday at 8 p.m at the i over to come and The Sislethood of the Coral Gab'es Jew.sh Center was recently awarded a citation by the Miami Round Table of the National Conio-enre of Christians and Jews in recognition of the group s "distinguished service in promoting better inter-faith *• ticiuied at presentation ceremonies are (1. to r.) Mrs Herman Rubin, inter-faith chairman: James A. Whitehead. regional director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; Dr. Elwood C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa: Mrs. Irving Gerstenfeld, sisterhood president. ReigelDonald Hyi Harold am'. and it;ii*h Jaycees Fote l;ilsi'l KidN The Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Rave a I party and luncheon for cor palsied children at the Shore, Club Hotel, according to Mrs. d Weiss. chairman of the Cerebral Palsy Parent's Council of the Dado County Society for Crippled Children. Le i Steinman and Stanley Richards served as CO-ch men of the affair. They arranged a lull program tof the Air Tours Expected To Boost Tourist Business Summer air tours to Miami >;•. ;,. with bargain side trips to Caribbean resorts now being offered by Delta Air Line's, are expected to help boom South Florida's fast-growing tourist business More than 200 persons bought Delta's Miami Beach •'Millionaire Vacation" tour within one week after it was offered April 15. and airline officials expect to book several thousand between now and Nov. 30. This is the second summer that Delta has made an all-out effort to promote Miami Beach summertime vacations. Last season, nearly 1,000 tourists took Delta tours to South Florida. OCULIST'S PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES AND FRAMES DUPLICATED LARGE SELECTION IN LATEST STYLES Beach Optical Service 350 Lincoln Road Suit* 502 — Phone 5-5411 1 Mmswf y si of work 1003 Hints % : &*4ne*&§ r~;i k*... Come in today for your free copy! "1003 Household Hints" tells you how to save 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." Last year we gave away a thousand copies in ten days. Get yours today! Chase Federal Savings MAIN OFFICE 1101 LiMtll Road fk: 58 Mil NORTH BEACH OFFICE 7435 C.lliis Kit. C I. ClIMINTS.fr... *>"*** IESOUICES OVER S>6.000 300 day. including movies in the afternoon at the Variety Theatre Candy was donated by the net Candy Shop. Transportation to the alt':. in charge of the Sigma Rh i and 322 of AZA. Salvation Armv BuM, 4th Ct. and 67th St $• %  ** Herman Kutun invites ii ^ men and women 20 vli yoo, ll OVer ti> rnmo .... I ., •' l I'S jl ^iacquaiata I WANT MY MILK Estab. FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at End of Bird Rd. 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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 12, 1950

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

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

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University of Florida
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fewiisltUEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
bLUME 23NUMBER 17
/o Former U.S. Navy Vessels Turned
er To Egypt For "Commercial" Use
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1950
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ivASHINGTON, (JTA) The
fte Depintment this week of-
|ally announced the release of
b former U.S. Navy vessels
fned over to Egypt as "com-
Ircial" vessels. The former
nerican fighting ships, "Papua"
Tobago," manned by Egyp-
. Roval Navy crews, were told
\ff could sail at will,
^presentations against dear-
ie of the ships' transfer to
Ivpt were made by Sen. Herbert
f Lehman, it was learned this
Uk. Sen. Lehman also called
attention of Senators to the
tnsfei <>f American vessels to
jypt and entered evidence in
Congressional Record indicat-
that the frigates are not
ended for "commercial" use.
said:
^'Although it was claimed that
ships were to be used for
Issengi1: service, they have no
iger capacity except for
Cwded quarters for the crews
kd the superstructures of the
Lps show a number of gun
fcunts and ammunition bins and
Jpth charge racks.
"The ships were reconditioned
an estimated cost of $75,000.
should be remembered that
lese ships are destined for the
fiddle East, where the Arab
eague is restive, and where a
fcace between the Arab states
srael Replies
To IN Grup
[TEL AVIV, (JTA)The con-
its of the Israel government's
ply to the U.N. Palestine Con-
liation Commission on the
immission's proposals for peace
(gotiations between Israel and
Arab countries were made
jiblic here by a Foreign Office
wkesman.
[The spokesman said that the
>ael government emphasized
fcit it is prepared to cooperate
tth the commission in exploring
U avenues leading to the solu-
bn of the issues between Israel
its neighboring countries.
ie Israel government also af-
med its willingness to negotiate
: a peace agreement with the
ab countries, with or without
t participation of the U.N. Con-
iation Commission.
However," the spokesman
led, 'the recent discussions of
Arab League in Cairo indi-
d that the Arab countries
ist upon Israel's acceptance of
-established conditions and
ertakings, which Israel re-
ts."
and Israel has not yet been writ-
ten," Sen. Lehman pointed out.
The State Department said it
was satisfied that the ships would
be used for "commercial purposes
only." An inspection was made,
following the disclosure by the
press of the transfer of the ships
and it was found that "they were
demilitarized according to navy
specifications which the State De-
partment concurred in," the De-
partment claimed.
Washington sources were
puzzled by the clearance as the
ships were inspected by reporters
who saw gun stands, depth charge
stands, and found that the vessels
were obviously fighting craft
which can easily be re-gunned for
battle. The State Department de-
nied these press reports, admit-
ting however, that "there were
some reinforced places on the
deck for the mounting of guns."
Meanwhile, british reports have
been quoted here with acknowl-
edging the transfer by Britain to
Egypt of ships of the exact type
and nomenclature "frigates."
These ships were considered by
the British Admiralty as ideal
for the Egyptian Navy. It is be-
lieved that the ships turned over
to Egypt by Britain were built
in the same American shipyard
which turned out the "Papua"
and "Tobago."___________________
Edison Named
JWB President
CINCINNATI Irving Edison
of St. Louis was elected president
of the Natitonal Welfare Board
(JWB) at the closing session of
the organization's three-day con-
vention here. He succeeds Frank
L. Weil of New York, who had
held that office ten years. Mr.
Edison is vice president and di-
rector of Edison Brothers Stores,
Inc., largest retailer of women's
shoes in the United States. Bakers
of Miami is one of the stores in
the chain.
Mr. Edison, who becomes the
fifth president of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, is the first
mid-westerner to hold that office.
He has served as a vice president
of JWB, as a member of its ex-
ecutive committee, and was a
founder and chairman of JWB's
National Finance Council.
At a tribute dinner to Mr. Weil
Sunday night. May 7, noting his
decade of service to JWB. an-
nouncement was made of a sys-
tem of annual awards to be given
in his name.
Dade Bond Goal
Set At $1,975,000
H. H. Bassett, chairman of the
U. S. Treasury Department's Sav-
ings Bonds Committee for Dade
County announced today that he
has received from V. H. North-
cutt, of Tampa, advisory commit-
tee chairman for Florida, the
quotas for the Independence
Drive starting May 15 and run-
ning through July 4.
Dade County has been assigned
a goal of $1,975,000 issue price in
Series E. Savings Bonds for the
drive period.
The symbol of the 1950 Savings
Bonds campaign is the Liberty
Crum Will Address Rally Marking
Israeli Birthday, Admission To UN
Greater Miami will celebrate
the second anniversary of Israel's
Independence and the first anni-
versary of its admission into the
United Nations at a mass rally
Sunday, May 14, at 6 p.m. at
Flamingo Park. 11th St. and
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. In
case of rain the celebration wili
take place at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. 17th St. and
Washington Ave.
The Hon. Bartley C. Crum
Bell and a'fuTl* scale'repTicaof note the Liberty Bell donated by six
companies of the copper industry
will tour each of the 48 states
i throughout the drive, mounted on
I Ford trucks provided by the Ford
Motor Company.
Florida Trucking Association,
has just returned from his third
trip to Israel as a personal emis-
sary of President Truman, will
be the principal speaker. Crum
was a member of the Anglo-
American Commission of Inquiry
on Palestine and is the author of
'Behind the Silken Curtain." His
T~ : ~~ *. -u -~Z u Dfiiuiu me oimun curtain, nis
*f\ *aZ. h g nV^'fif address will include information
TlhLifwSM V~ l. ^ ? *< be presented to the world for
:~ ?W? -n\ g Fl0!.,d? mtithe first time in his forthcoming
during *"~ -------- -" book on IsraeL
the campaign. Florida's
Bell made its first appearance in
I Miami on the evening of May 10
at Kiwanis International's "Fiesta
Under the Stars" and will end its
tour at Tallahassee July 4 at
, which time it will be presented
I to the people of Florida for per-
j manent display.
The Bell weighs more than a
| ton and is indentical in all re-
spects, size, weight, manufactur-
ing process, legends, markings
and tonal quality,with the
original Liberty Bell which hangs
in Independence Hall, Philadel-
phia.
Slogan of the campaign is "Save
for your IndependenceBuy U. S.
Savings Bonds" and Chairman H.
H. Bassett expressed confidence
that Dade County would not only
reach but exceed its quota by the
time the Independence Drive ends
on July 4.
'deration Annual Meeting Set For
lay 18 At Temple Beth Sholom
With every Jewish organization in the community sending an
Bcial delegation, the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish
deration scheduled for Thursday, May 18, at Temple Beth Sholem
.expected to the largest in Federation history, according to William
Singer, president. For the first time in several years, the meeting
Ul be preceded'by a dinner to begin at 6 p.m. The business session
Bl get underway at 8 p.m.
Instead of the usual reading of the annual report, a dramatic
pentation entitled "The Annual Report Comes to Life" will be
ren. Highlights of the progress made by Federation in the fields of
Ireation, health, aged care, etc., will be acted out.
The playlet is being prepared by Federation Staffers Milton S.
ilakoff and Max C. Gettinger.. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
Aeration's community planning committee, will serve as com-
fcntator and presidents of the beneficiary agencies will participate.
The gathering will hear the presidential address by Singer and
executive director's report by Morris Klass. Election of officers
1 be held and several constitutional amendments will be acted
Dn.
Herbert E. Scher is chairman of the meeting. Serving with Scher
! M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. William Capland, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Mrs.
luis Glasser, Leo Eisenstein, Leo Allen, Gil Balkin, Mrs. Herbert
[Scher Louis Schwartzman, Mis. Joseph Williamson, Mrs. Florence
^kelstein and Morris Klass and William D. Singer ex officio.
Isaac Gellis is catering the dinner which will be strictly kosher.
Abess, Balkin
Attend Meet
Leonard L. Abess, chairman of
the advisory board, and Gilbert
J. Balkin, director of the Florida
regional office, Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, are in
Chicago this week attending the
annual meetings of the ADL na-
tional commission being held at
the Palmer House there.
The musical program will in-
clude solos and duets by Cantors
Samuel Kelemer and Jacob Gold-
ring, accompanied at the piano
by Mrs. Joseph Schreibman and
selections by the Greater Miami
Hadassah Choral Group under the
direction of Mrs. Irwin Weinstein.
The meeting will open with the
presentation of colors by Miami
Beach Post 330, Jewish War Vet-
erans, and the invocation by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Others on the program will be
Dr. H. Franklin Williams of the
University of Miami, Mrs. L. J. Committee and the Zionist Coun-
McCaffrey of the Federated I cil of South Florida.
Gables Congregation Will Break
Ground For House Of Worship May 21
Ground breaking ceremonies for I quested ana received the honor
the synagogue to be constructed | of P^ingjo^ the gftjgjl^
by the First Jewish Congregation tion
Bartley Crum
Women's Organizations of the
World. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
of the Beth Jacob Congregation,
the Re". George H. Hicks. Miami
Shores Presbyterian Church, and
I. R. Goodman, chairman. Zionist
Council of South Florida.
The meeting will also be util-
ized to protest the arming of
Arabs to crush Israel and efforts
being made to internationalize
Jerusalem.
Sponsors of the rally are the
American Christian Palestine
of Coral Gables at Zamora and
Galiano has been set for Sunday.
May 21, at 2:30 p.m., according
to Abraham Maloff, president.
The rites, to which numerous
prominent citizens and religious
leaders have been invited, will
launch a mammoth membership
drive.
Plans for the ground breaking
were discussed this week at a
board meeting at the home of Dr.
Seymour. Blumenthal. At that
Murray Barson. building chair
man, announces that further in-
formation about the ground
breaking and membership may
be secured by calling 83-1967,
48-0443 or 87-1812.
FEPC Debate Opens
. WASHINGTON, (JTA)Senate
debate on the FEPC Bill opened
this week as Senate Labor Com-
mittee Chairman Elbert Thomas
time Maloff announced that plans called for quick action. Sen.
Abess represents Florida on the had already been approved by
commission, the league's top gov-
erning body. He is also a member
of the national finance committee
and is participating in the ses-
sions of that body in Chicago.
In conjunction with the national
meetings, Balkin is attending con-
ferences of the league's national
administrative staff.
At the annual meeting, more
than 1,000 persons are hearing a
first-hand account of the Ameri-
can occupation program in Ger-
many from Benjamin J. Butten-
i wieser, Jewish communal leader
i and, since September, 1949, a
i deputy United States High Com-i
; missioner in Germany. A former j
partner in the firm of Kuhn,
Loeb and Co., and former presi-
dent of the Federation of Jewish
i Philanthropies of New York. |
Buttenwieser serves as a general
adviser to High Commissioner
John J. McCloy. He was among |
the small group of men selected;
by McCloy to direct the occupa- '
tion program when it changed
from military to civil control last
year.
In his few public statements,
Buttenwieser has been highly
critical of Germany's willingness
to accept former Nazis for high
office in both the Bonn govern-
ment and the German civil serv-
ice. He has also expressed concern
over the rebirth of a nationalism
in western Germany that is both
anti-Semitic and anti-democratic
in tone.
Another prominent speaker ad-
dressing the ADL meet is Philip
B. Perlman,
the city of Coral Gables and a
permit issued. The president also
disclosed that the site had been
surveyed and cleared ready for
construction.
Maloff and Sam Rabenovich re-
Thomas said that hearings have
been held for the last six years
and that it "would be wrong to
pyramid hearings upon hearings."
The Senate expects to spend at
least several days on the bill and,
perhaps, several weeks.
LEADING SOCIAL WELFARE EXECUTIVES TO GIVE COURSE
AT TRAINING BUREAU FOR JEWISH COMMUNAL SERVICE
Four of American Jewry's leading social welfare executives
will collaborate this summer in teaching a course on "Community
Organization: Function, Processes and Problems'* at the Training
Bureau for Jewish Communal Service, it was announced by George
W Rabinoff, executiTe director of the bureau. (Left to right)
Samuel A. Goldsmith, executive director of the Jewish Federation
and Welfare Fund of Chicago; Harry L. Lurie, executive director
of- the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, New
York: Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and Allied Jewish Campaign of Detroit: and Henry
L. Zucker, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation
and Jewish Welfare Fund of Cleveland. Serving as coordinator
for the course, which will be given from August 31 through
September 29. will be Maurice Bernstein. Associate in Community
Organization Studies of the Training Bureau.


V
'AGE TWO
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I ommuiiiiv Center Women's Howling Leagae iMstrilMites Hard-Won I>ophi 61 i
nqnp,
The Miami Jewish Community teams were the 'Madam Queens."
Center Women's Bowling League [ second place, with Irene Wise,
recently concluded its winter j captain, and Shirlev Weiner. Rose
series with an award night ban-j Cutler. Edna Atkins: the "Pin-
quet at the Clover Club, and last busters." third place, with Nata-
week opened an eight-team sum- : leah Simon, captain, and Florence
mer league.
Irene Wise was awarded j
trophies for high average in the
winter league and tied for high j
game with Mildred Schampan. I
who also won a trophy. Rose'
Scott won high set.
The first place team was the
"Hotshota" with Belle Greenberg
as captain and Sylvia Waldorf.
Mary Plotkin and Helen Sedon
1 Badanes. Lee Berkowitz. Sally
Kaplan: and the "Superdupers."
fourth place, with Thelma Silbert,
' captain, and Annette Coulton,
Jean Kozlin. Lena Weiner.
Officers in the league are Essie
Schaffer. president: Belle Green-
berg. secretary; Lena Weiner,
treasurer: and Bea Weintraub,
sergeant-at-arms.
In the first night of play of the
new league, Edna Atkins won
high game with a sm ,
points and Lil Reism of '
setwithasco,r:J12a8n5WOnhi*
The league plays everv nr^
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Hillel House To
Open Day famp
In response to requests from
residents of the Coral Gables and
Southwest area, the University of
Miami Hillel House is setting up
a summer day camp for children
seven to 13 years of age. Head-
quarters for the camp will be
Hillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. and field activities will be
; conducted at the university and
r.rr.ing at Venetian pools and
the local beaches.
Slated to open June 19 and
August 25. the camp will be
operated Monday through Firday
" i 4 p.m.
Transp trtation will be pn \
to and from camp and hot mi
will be s in. The pi
lud full schedule
' letics, dramatics, irts and
ifts, ttizi nship pi ijects.
Heading the staff is Dr. Donald
Mi hels in. Hillel director. Morris
(Chuck) Klein, former Univ< rsitj
of Miami athlete, will be chief
counselor Serving on the medical
and dental staff are Dr. John
Galio and Dr. David Seitlin.
Registration is now open at i
: House.
Mother's Day Fete
DOV Chapter, Mizrachi Women,
will hold a Mother' Day celebra-
tion, on Wednesday. May 17, at
1 p.m. at Beth El.
Mrs. Irving Hirsch, chairman
of the day, will be assisted by the
Mesdames A. H. Greenberg,
Bessie Mallah, Dinah Kam. Rose
Sakowitz and Lillian Meunster.
Nominations To Be Held
Nominations of officers of Mi-
ami Masada for the coming vear
will be held Thursday, May 11.
at the Miami Jewish Community
Center, according to Harold Her-
man, president of the group.
Young Adults Tt
Sponsor Dance
A patio dance will he h.u u
Sunday at 9 p.m. at the 45
Jewish Community Center "IT
the sponsorship ofiSvS?
and the Young AdR,^
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H!nVe0s^'aCCOrding^S
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,These will be sponsored
various organizations compnsin
'the Young Adult Council
, Making arrangements for Sun-
day night's affair are Martv E*
invitations; Hal Herman.>
licity; Alvin Schwartz, entertain-
ment^and Louis Fine. door.
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Biro-Bidjan And The Miami Federation
,q.o the critical year of Israel's rebirth, our
prition saw fit to allocate $1000 for Biro-Bidjan.
following year, $300 was contributed despite
, trenchant criticism. During both years, the
->t Committee, after studying the findings of
Fnil advisory agencies, rejected applications from
1 sure group, the Ambijan. Query: Why
spur! of unnecessary generosity?
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
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vi every sympathy for the headaches that
ration leadership. They would rather
. minimum friction. So when the Crlms in
pass around the hat for their pet
., big shots take the practical view and
a sop: a small sum after all in a mil
t, It may be nice to be good fellows, but
t n important principle is involved. Does
[ erit an allocation?
jon /or a State
[ ich obscurity as to the why and where-
ish Biro-Bidjan. In 1928. the Soviel
i unounced its intention of forming a
. ;us state near the Mongolian border
n shooting distance for invading Japs.
n tract, with forests, minerals, and poor
almost inaccessible and virtually unin-
e was some eyebrow lifting as to the
. separate Jewish province within the
,v;et L'nion. If Jews have all rights, if anti-
jnitism is a crime, if no discrimination exists, then
iv segregate Jews in a distant Asiatic steppe. I'
I the same logic as the U.S. setting apart a piece
Alaska for a Jewish State to function within the
mework of the Federal Union. Such a project
[jjld meet opposition from Jew or Gentile.
there are always people who delight in the
jaical and the malicious. They saw inevitable
inflict between Russia and Japan and imputed to
alin the intent to create a buffer Jewish state.
Others credited the U.S.S.R. with a plan to plav
off Biro-Bidjan against the Zionist homeland in <
Palestine, and thus confound British Imperialists
and Jewish Nationalists. Of course, the virulent.
anti-Semitism that raged under the Czars was never
quite extinguished. In fact by 1925 there was con-
siderable anti-Jewish feeling engendered in former
middle class and bourgeois elements, who found it
maddening to make adjustments under the hatetd
Communist system. Impotent against the all powerful
Soviet, they smothered their rage in hating Jews as
originators of iniquitous Bolshevism. The Russian
policy makers might have thought it expedient t i
move Jews out of the former crowded Pale and
segregate them in a separate land as one of the 74
nationalities composing the U.S.S.R.
A Foil to Palestine
Whatever the reas '"is. the proposed state in R
Bidjan was publicized and heralded. Jewish Com-
munists cunt lasted -the idealism if the Commissars
with the crafty, designing English, who shrewdly
used Zionisis as stooges of British Imperialism. They
even utilized the new Utopia as a propaganda
weapon against the wicked exploitation in Capitalist
Palestine. Strangely enough, there were approving
nods from Jewish philanthropists. The American
Joint Distribution Committee fell for the bait and
sent its expert on colonization. Dr. Joseph Rosen,
who came back from the Siberian province quite
enthusiastic. The staid, conservative J.D.C. was at
the time hostile to Zionism and dumped some millions
into this Soviet rat hole.
An Opportune Moment
If the Soviets were in earnest about building a
Jewish Republic in Biro-Bidjan they had a golden
opportunity. Jewish aricultural colonies in the
Crimea had failed because of opposition by the
Ukranians. It would have been easy to transport
the Crimean farmers en masse to Biro-Bidjan. Con-
certed government action was never taken, although
a small group did trickle into this Jewish nucleus.
But a more favorable situation soon arose. Nazi
persecutions drove hundreds of thousands to clutter
the world's highways in search of homes. Every
country closed its gates to immigrants, particularly
to Jewish refugees. Russia followed the callous
example of capitalist nations and closed its own
borders airtight.
Polish Jewry
In 1935. Hitler and Stalin divided Poland between
them. Millions of Jews were ready to flee anywhere
for asylum. In that terrible winter, hundreds of
thousands were caught in the strip of no-man's land
between German and Russian Poland. They could
i t go back to the Nazis, yet Russian machine guns
were trained upon the trapped Polish Jews when
they approached the frontier. Here was an oppor-
tunity to plant several million in a so-called Jew
Soviet land. Doing an act of the greatest hum
in providing home- for the homeless, thi C
Id at the same time populate a barren wasteland
in desperate need of settlers,
Strange Soviet Policy
After Hitter invaded Russia. Jews were fit
e istward to escape certain death. The Soviet rulers
sent these homeless wanderers to Siberia, to the
Arctic region, to every other benighted spot in their
vast domain. Why Stalin wouldn't transport them
into Biro-Bidjan, the place reserved for Jewish
settlement, will remain a mystery until the archives
in Moscow will some day reveal the secret.
Is it any wonder why Biro-Bidjan has been a
"failure? In 22 years. Palestine gained a million Jews.
Today scarcely 20.000 Jews constitute a meager
minority in the Russian Zion Why the Miami
Federation feels impelled to donate money for this
imaginary Jewish Republic is a mystery as deep as
the policy of the Politburo towards its Jewish
autonimous state.
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Thanks!
May I express to the people of
the Fourth Congressional District
my sincere appreciation for nomi-
nating nie to serve you as your
Congressman. My objectives witl
ever be for the best interests of
all of the people of this district,
which is the surest way I know
how to express my gratitude.
Most Sincerely.
Bill Lantaff
fPd, I'ol Adv.)
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Sodfrcy K. Newman, president; Jack Gold, vice president; Jules P. Channing. vice president; Samuel
W. Shapiro, vice president; (second row. 1. to r.) Sol Goldstrom. guardian; George J. Bertman. trustee
pd president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami; Mayor Harold Turk; Irving Schatzman,
reasurer; Jack August, trustee; Walter Kovner. trustee; Paul Seiderman. trustee; (rear row. 1. to r.)
Mthur D. Frishman, trustee; Jack Abbott, trustee; Saul Genet, recording secretary; Herbert L.
latkow, assistant monitor; Barnett Beckerman. financial secretary; Harry Zukernick. installation
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Pi nts of the Miami Beach
wish Center Religious Schools
|d their parents will leave by
fcrtered buses and private cars
1 the school building, 1701
pshington Ave., at 10 a.m. on
?nda\ May 14, for their annual
J-nu- at Greynolds Park.
rilie clay's program will include
nes, songs, a campfire, an
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lithers of the Miami Hebrew
^ I and Congregation will get
[varation from meal planning
dish washing Sunday. Mav
when the fathers hold a
'ther's Day smorgasbord dinner
rt P.m. in the dining room of
building. Jack Stone, con-
lation president, announces
arrangementsfrom pre-
"'"8 the food to arranging
"fs and awarding prizeswill
;n the hands of the fathers.
ne reports.
-hairman of the affair is Sam
miwolf. Assisting him are Wa-
rn Weintraub, E. L. Becker
.m Kostoff, Louis Sorosky.
|vid Kleber and Joe Rutansky
arrow hunt and an assembly;
dedicated to Mother's Day.
Athletic activities will be under |
the direction of Frank Szemere
and Ted Nelson.
Luncheon and refreshments
will be provided by the sisterhood |
and served by the PTA under the j
supervision of Mrs. Harry Greer, /
PTA president; Mrs. Ira Walsey, j
sisterhood president, and Mrs.
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Louis Roloff, Hy Sweet, Irving
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Addressing the huqe, and distinguished,
audience which gathered in Jerusalem to celebrate
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, Premier David Ben Gurion declared that
Israel will not be tested by the might of its army
but by the manner i\ meets its spiritual test. To
stress his thesis, the man who is as much a
military as diplomatic expert declared that "even
cur security will not be on sound foundations
unless it is based on moral and spiritual
supremacy."
In the two years since its existence Israel has
met and overcome the major problem the ob-
stacle to its existence. It has warded off the Arab
attackers and has met its diplomatic enemies
wife a skill and acumen that can stem only from
inspiration. Even while in the midst of the struggle
for existence it successfully dedicated itself to the
ingathering of the exiles of many lands.
These are accomplishments of so tremendous
c nature that they can e explained in ordinary
ftis. It was neither physic:
le men and worn
d Israel ag
. d by the very ideal Ben Gurion BO
issed. They fought and died not foi security
c:;d existence clone but in fulfillment oJ a higher
] istoric destiny.
That destiny does not lie in power alone.
Tree Certificates
Mother's Day, at its inception no doubt a noble
idea, has degenerated into a walloping field day
for merchants anxious to palm off everything
frcm back scratchers to eyelash curlers. And
goaded by gaudy advertising, the -public suc-
KNOCK IT OUT!
cumbs to the suggestions of these crafty merchants
and spends a staggering sum on this useless
paraphenalia.
In this welter of frivolous trifles with which we
are constantly bombarded, there is a giftun-
fortunately not highly publicizedwhich stands
A iirand Future
Trying to see way out ahead of
visualize what might be in store -s yUrseli-to
So the temptation to let tomorrow take cT* ?*1-
is a soft, short-sighted way out. ure'itse||
But when you stop and consider for
you realize this practical world we liv* ; mme'11
dealt with by practical means. einmustb,
And so the inevitable problems cf old n
tirement. large expenses, illness- m 1^1*1
morrowmust be prepared for with nJ TH
One of the very best ways to saveT^
by buying Bonds through your Pavroll ^ "
Plan or the Bond-A-Month Plan Va*
j*3?Plan buys your Bonds ***!
The Bond-A-Month Plan allows vou l l
them regularly out of your checking J ?
Both pay you S4 for eve/y S3 intt^^
maturityten years. neldt;
And when your money makes more monevn,
just sett.n still-that brother is really ffi
ahead to a grand future! V 00ka i
out as eminently practical, a gift which s ,
recaptures the genuine significance of Mother'.
Day. Ths gift is Jewish National Fund TV* '
Certificates. w j
In purchasing these attractive certificates one
not only pays homage to his mother but' oer
petuates her name in the growth and development
of the infant state, makes her a part of that
miraculous growth. Furthermore, he contribute!
to the upbuilding of the country, helpina to
convert it from a barren, unproductive desert to
the rich fertile land of 2,000 years of dreams and
prayers. a
To purchase a tree certificate is to join the
rank of builders of a nation!
Education Bureau
Board To Meet
A meeting of the board of di-
rect : if the Bureau of Jewish
Education of Greatei Miami will,
be held on Monday. May 15,
8:15 p.m. at Beth El. Max Meisel,
presi lent, lias announced.
Dr. Max A. Lipkind
on 1 laiions ol
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now 1 t ion ii
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plement the tw i-year .. I,
Jewi itioi tion
for Bar Mitz\ nda
includes problems presented
by several of the affiliated,
schools
The bureau also announces the
suspension of its radio program
"Story Party'' until the next
school term. The program was
heard every Sundav over station
WINZ at 9 a.m.
(villman IIV.mK
Cfrle league
Ixjjis Gillmi n was elected
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Isaiah Ladies To
Hold Installation
The Sisterhood of Temple
Isaiah will conduct its installation
of officers at a luncheon at the
Sans Souci Hotel on Tuesday.
May 16. at 12:30 p.m.
The afternoon's program will
be highlighted by vocal selections
rendered by Dr. Paul Beck.
To be :i:s;.,lied by Rabbi
' P. M.mn are Mrs. A. J.
Mrs. Aaron
COUI II \ :
Mrs. A S mfi I i. set i nd vice
I Mrs H -rbert Gutman.
. nt; M s Jay
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Eman G I I .
M s. Sarah SI
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parl n
Honorary board members foi
will be Mrs.
Mae Van Ness, chairman.
and the Mesdames Ann B<
imin Silvers. Joseph Rosen-I
Samuel Hohauser. Hattie
Speigel. Tuny Sherman. Arthui
Kaplan. Ann Bernstein and Ben-
jamin Tupler. New board mem-
bers are the Mesdames Ferd Gar-
field. Sidney Lyons. Louis Gid-
ney. Estelle Marcus. Emanuel
Seaman and David Sheldon.
Mrs. Saul Schreiber is chairman
of the installation committee.
Serving with her as co-chairmen
are Mrs. Morns H. Lencer and
Mrs. Benjamin Silvers.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Emanuel Seaman. Theresa Lip-
man David Sheldon. Estelle
Marcus. Samuel Hohauser. Anna
and Arthur Kaplan.
Reservations may be made by
contacting Mrs S .. i ib. r s I
86-1857,
Beth David
Women To Meet
Beth David Sisterhood will hold
its last meeting of the season on
Wednesday. May 17. at 1:30 p.m.
at the new synagogue, Mrs. Harry
Gordon. president. has an-
nounced.
Nominations and election are
on the agenda, with Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, chairman of the nom-
inating committee, presenting the
slate.
Program will include a talk on
Mother's Day by Rabbi Max
Shapiro and a report on the con-
vention of the South East Branch
of the I '.',' : 'a League
of the United Synagogue of
ica by Mrs. George Gold-
berg.
Obituaries
HARRY EDELSON
61. of 3054 N. Hay Road, Miami
Heai-h, passed away suddenly In a
lueai hospital on Wednesday, A resi-
lient here for seventeen years, Mr.
Bdelson came to Florida from l.*n-
caster, Pa, Survivors Include his wife,
Anna, and tares daughters, (Jerry
Goldman and Dorothy Freeman, of
Miami Beach, and Sylvia Kilgman,
Philadelphia. Arrangements are In
charge ol Riverside Mi-.....ii..i Chapel,
Miami Iteaeh.
Star Group Will
Hold First Fete
S nya Klein will be hostess at
the first party given by St.,.
r. B'nai B'rith Young
en, at her home. 1248 Mari-
i na Ave.. Coral Gables, on Satur-
day. May 13. at 8:30 p.m.
An evening of dancing games
and entertainment is being
planned.
Assisting Miss Klein will be
Lois Ginsburg. door: Doris Klein
publicity and Mrs. Harold Simon-
off. arrangements.
JENNIE FREEMAN
72, .if 8717 N.W. sth Ave., passed
away "ii May 8th. sin- leaves her
daughter, Mrs. Martha W. Riff, ..f
Miami The remains have been senl
I by Lithgon 54th Street Center to
Park West Memorial Chapel, New
York City, for services and Interment
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN
Rervl v.. ,- held Tuesdaj after-
: rslde Mi
New York city. Mr. Friedman, who
i awas hi the age of :-, was
of Mi Esther Col
and RTandfathei of
.1 Cohen, Roslyn M. Cohen,
: lloldberg and M
! .. : grand-
l.i -:. Payni
Women's Council
To Seat Officers
Installation of officers luncheon
of the Metropolitan Women's
Council of B'nai B'rith will be
held at the Raleigh Hotel oo
Thursday, May 18. at 12:30 p.m.
Milton Friedman, national B'nai
B'rith youth commissioner, will
be installing officer.
To be seated at the attair ate
Mrs. Nathan Bloom, president;
Mrs. Tina Katz, first vice presi-
:dent; Mrs. Mark Silverstein,
! second vice president; Mrs. Lewis
1 Levick, recording secrete
'Irving Cypen. en responding sec-
I retary; Mrs. William Hechler,
treasurer: Mrs. Harold Simonoff,
sentinel; Miss Patricia Curtice,
historian: Mi .. ..o Levin, par-
liamentarian: Mrs Irvine Miller,
publicity; '.. S I Goldstrom,
honoiary life ti istee,
Radio Interview Slated
Mi Ma: .e V Ipe will ..
f ink E :.'. inn >n Saturday. May
13. at 6:15 p.m.
WKAT. Edwinn will be thi
Iat the ninth and last pail
University of Miami Sympl
Orchestra subscript] i rts n
Sunday and Mondav. Mav 14 and
15.
Israeli (group
To Meet >lonclay
Initial f thi :
''
15.
tO !J .7
nating
M I
will e late ol
tion will be held. S- v
Mrs. Shi :
dames Le.-,n Ell. Alexander
r8on-^ack Udfc11' Jc*eph W
I R. Goodman, pi ,f the
Zionist Council of South Fl
will be guest speal
A receplion at which the newly
elected officers will erve as
hostesses will follow the program"".
Dinner Honors
Rabbi Rarkfvsky
Tribute was paid to Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovskv. spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth
inlan, at a dinner given bv the
sisterhood on Sundav night in the
banquet hall of the synagogue.
Presiding as loastmaster for the
was Flyman Sher who
extolled the rabbi for his guid-
Others who participated in
ne program were Rabbi M. Kat?
iv. J. Krantz, the Rev S j'
: S. Margulies and I.
:- \ '' '' '' pn sident of the
: nted a gift to
: : M". R ,. ;V and
b th
fforts in beh
... is cl
-
MAX GROMAN
16th M pi -.-. .1 n.wa
a a .: hospital. 11. is sur-
vived by his wife Maxha. Servico-
"' held In the Beach Memorial
i hapel, ].:,: Alton Roa I, with Inter-
ment in Mt. N.Im, Cemetery,
MORRIS KLEIN
". of 155 Penns> Ivanla .\s,-.. p ism d
way this week in a local hospital.
He is survived !>> his if,.. Sarah,
dausThter I.....sine and Bon Marvin,
The remains were sent in Chicago for
- 'l< es and Interment by Beach
Memorial Chapel, 1850 Alton Road,
Wise ll.ul.iss.il,
Inil To Meet
G .p f
h"!d its initial
<1 election of officer '
at the Monte Carlo Hotel at 130
n Monday, Mav 15. Every-
h Shore area, i
r member of Hadassah or1
..... mvjted to attend. i
ELIZABETH KONEFSKV
>L. away this week in a local hospital.
She lift no survivors Bervlces were
heiii at the Beach Memorial Chapel,
lv." Alton Itoad. with interment in
Mt Sinai Cemetery.
LOUIS SAFER
57, of 2332 8.W. 19th Terr., passed
away Monday in a hospital Mr. Safer,
a jewelry merchant at 142 N. Miami
Ave was .1 resilient in Miami for the
past J'. years He was a member of
Miami Elks Lodge. Burvivlns are his
Wife, Masha; two sons. Charles and
Paul: and a daughter, Mrs, Ida BUv k,
an ol Miami: also a brother and three
isti Gordon Funeral Chapel, with
emb< ra of the Elks Lodge partici-
pating, was in charge of arramcementa.
int.-rm.nt took place in Mt. Sebo
1 emetery
Newman Elected
Edward T. Newman was elected
"1 seven vice presidents of
the i: rida Junior Chamber of
I the state convention
in Jacksonville last weekend.
n, who was a delegate
m the Miami Beach Jaw. 1 s,
will be installed at a banquet
e held in Sanford on July 15.
Malave Malke Slated
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
rteer Women will sponsor a
Malave Malke at the home of
Mrs. Rose Brody. 1621 S.W. 11th
Terr., on Saturday. Mav 13, at 8
p.m.. according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. I Pushkin, presi-
dent Chairman of the affair will
oe Mrs. Miriam Rosengarten.
Free Loan Group To
Meet Monday night
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association will meet
on Monday. May 15, at 8 p.m. at
the Miami Jewish Community
Center. Slated to address the
group are Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Hebrew School Buys
Audio-Visual Equipment
The board of education of the
Miami Hebrew School and Con-
gregation announces the purchase
of audio-visual equipment lor
I supplementing the regular course
of studies of the Sunday school.
A film, -Look Homeward, wan-
derers," will be shown Sunday
morning.______________
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Volume 23 Number n


IffllDAY. MAY 12, 1950
fJewisti fkridian
PAGE FIVE
toodiiian Named
Meet Chairman
The appointment of Murray
Goodman, local attorney, as
chairman of the all-Florida ZOA
convention to be held on Sunday.,
May 28. at the Delano Hotel, Mi- I
ami Beach, has been announced |
by Adelbert Freedman, executive!
director of the Southeastern
Region.
A resident of Miami Beach foi
ten years. Goodman attended the
Universities of Miami and Flor-
ida, as well as Columbia Uni-
versity. While attending the
latter, he served as chancellor ol
Alpha Chapter of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
The chairman enlisted in the
Navy and served on active duty
for three years.
Goodman is secretary of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami and secretary of
the Miami Beach Zionist District.
Phillips Unveiling
At the annual reward luncheon of the Greater Miami Chapter
of Hadassah held last week in the Pagoda Room of the Saxony
Hotel are (1. to r.) Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president; Mrs. Louise
Rudofsky. guest speaker; Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. chairman; and
Mrs. Nathan Kaplan, co-chairman of the function. Highlight of
the luncheon was an address delivered by Mrs. Rudofsky on her
l'ilkliigton
recent trip to Israel
Tin Greater Miami Chapter of
Hadassah held its annual reward
luncheon at the Saxony Hotel
r,icla. with Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
chapti: president, presiding.
trip to Israel.
Honored at the affairs were;
the presidents of each of the
groups: the Mesdames Morris Al- j
pert, Isabelle Altholtz. Jasper
Cromer, Louis Gidney. Alexander
Kogan, Bernard Stevens. ;|id the
Misses Lillian Goodman and
Rosalyn Klein.
Chairman of the affair was
Mrs.. Joseph Shawmut. who was'.
norationofthe second I assisted by Mrs. Nathan Kaplan.'
i the State of Israel, co-chairman. Serving on their
were lighted by Mrs. committee were the Mesdi
and Mrs. Samuel Irving Genet, Louis Goldman.
Joseph Sugcrman Joseph Jacobi. Fred Jonas. El
invocation. Schwabe. Bernard Stevens and
3 Mrs. Louiscj Carl Susskind
Savannah, first vice Rlthanna Kraye was guest
I | ie s. utheastern re-l'soloist
ri \ iewed
I ffair culminates a year's
: the eight groups which
the chapter and is given
ard to those who have
make the year a suc-
Sirkin explained.
her recent Olga Bibor Stern.
----
Children's Fashion Show To Highlight
Beth David Mother's Day Luncheon
The latest spring fashions will
be modeled by the children of
Beth David Sunday School at a
Mother's Day luncheon to be held
at Harvie's Charcoal Grille, 1751
Biscayne Blvd.. on Sunday, May
14. at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. David E. Parnes is chair-
man of the event. Working with
her are Mrs. Morris Grant, Mrs.
Louis Schwartzman, program;
Mrs, Morris Zuckerman, reserva-
tions: Mrs. Louis August, Mrs.
Max Jacobson, arrangements;
M Roy Mack, flowers; Mrs.
Zangwell, telephone.
Commentator for the style
featuring clothes from
y's, will be Mrs. A. A.
H n, who will be introduced
ii ': Washer. Fred August
ffer the invocation, and
Rl SSS SS SSS will give the
:i Marlene Feldstein
Community singing will
by Cantor Maurice
and Mrs. Alex Stiebel
will erve as pianist.
Elaine August, Ronnie Mack
The GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
The Only Community-Wide Kashruth Association, Partici-
pating Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
advises the public:
To watch for the sign of the GMVH ""103 in the meat
"iirkets before purchasing your products; _._,
2- Jo watch for the ring with the insignia of the GMVH >' c 3
before buying your chickens;
3 That the GMVH endorses ONLY FRESHLY KILLED chickens in
the live poultry markets.
For other information about Kashruth call our Director, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky, 818 Michigan Avenue, Telephone 5-3595.
HARRY SIRKIN. Pres. H. SOOTIN, Sec
A. M. BEAR. Vice Pres. S. LOBEL, Treas.
RE-ELECT
HARLEY. G.
COLLINS
Of
MEMBER OF DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD

_____________________ (Ol Instructions)
COLLINS:
1. Is experienced. .
2. Is qualified as a Business Man to save money tor
Dude County Tax Payers.
3. Has proved his efficiency. -tItP than
ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE OF MORE VALUE THAW
PROMISES (I'd r'- Adv)
Dessert Tea On Calendar
Golda Meyerson Club of Pio-
neer Women will hold a d<
tea and card party in the garden
of the home of Mrs. I. S. Shapoff.
318 S.W. 28th Road, on Wednes-
day, May 17, at 1 p.m. Admission
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late Ber-
nard Phillips, formerly of 4342
Sheridan Ave.. will take place
Monday, May 10. at 10 a.m. in
Mi. Nebo Cemeti ry, with Rabbi
Leon Kronish officiating. Ar-
rangemi nts are in charge of
Palmer's Miami Monument C i.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
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PAGE SIX
*Jeist Fkjridian_
FRIDAY,
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Shirley Rothman, .1. B
Exchange Vows At \Y
Westview Country Club pro-
vided the setting for the marriage
of Mrs. Shirley Stein Rothman.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
W. Stein of 5120 Cherokee Ave..
Miami Bea,ch. and Morgantovn.
W. Va.. to J. Bernard Spector.
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Spector. 6860 Abbott Ave.. Miami
Beach, at 5 p.m. on Friday. May
5. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Synagogue read the service
in the presence of the immediate
families.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a dress of
ecru French linen lace with
matching accessories. She carried
ernard Spector
estview Country Club]
a cascade spray of philanopsis
orchids.
Miss Florence Stein attended
her sister as maid of honor in a I
dress of slate blue tissue taffeta.
and carried a cascade bouquet of
Pinocchio roses and ivy. Joseph
Weintraub was best man.
For the ceremony the bride s
mother chose navy mousseline de
soie. The bridegroom's mother (
was attired in gray lace. Both
wore orchids.
Following the ceremony, dinner
was served to the guests.
The bride donned a white linen
suit with dark green accessories
for traveling. After a trip to
Havana and Mpvjco. ?> -ouple
will reside on Miami Beach.
\ To Seat Leaders
Mrs. Fiances Makovsky will be
installed as president of the He-
brew Academy Women at a loyal-
ty luncheon on Monday. May 29.
at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center.
Chairmen of the event are Mrs.
Samuel Cohen. Mrs. Samuel
Putter and Mrs Sidney Rabino-
witz. Reservations may be made
bv calling 58-3238. 5-1449 or
58-0248.
Barry David Levin, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, 725
S.W. 25th Road, will become
Bar Mitxvah on Saturday. May
13. at 11 a.m. ?? TmDle '-"''.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will of-
ficiate at the ceremony.
<*ableK Women To
Meet Tuesday
C ral Gables B'nai B'rith W m-
en will meet at the Coral Gables
Jewish Center on Tuesday. May
16. at 8:30 p.m., according to Mrs.
A. Frank Wellins, newly elected
; || nt
The chap: rl .'ling lei gu< w ill
U first annual banquet and
-. r. : fficers :.: ".he
nt Hotel un Sunday. May
Officers I the up include
;: \v Uian E] 5t< in, presi l< nt
M A S mmei feld. viw pi
-.-.-. Mrs A G Bass, secretary:
Mrs. Jose] n. treas urer.
A i is will be made at the
l
Double Bar Mitzvah To
Be Held At Beth El
The double Bar Mitzvah of
Cousins Leonard Swimmer and
Howard Schwimmer will be held
at Congregation Beth El on Sat-
urday. May 13. at 9 a.m with
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating.
Leonard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Swimmer. 1787 S.W.
7th St. Howard's parents are the
Stanley Schwimmers. 1100 S.W.
21st Ave.
Leonard is a star athlete at the
Miami Jewish Community Center.
where he Is pitcher for a mite j
softball team. His cousin, a stu-
dent at Shenadoah Junior High,
has served as president of his
home room for several years. A
member of the student patrol, he
has been an honor student in
Hebrew as well as in his regular
classes.
A reception will be held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Schwimmer Saturday evening.
Mother's Day Picnic
The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle Branch 699 will
sponsor a Mother's Day picnic on
Sunday. May 14. at Matheson
mock. Cars will assemble at
the Workmen's Circle Lyceum.
1545 S.W. 3rd St.. at 9:30 a.m. and
anyone desiring transportation is
asked to be present.
Proceeds from the affair will
go toward the adoption of a
Ji wish child in France for the
third consecutive year.
QdJUn CHICKS^ SoUPs
WITH
MATZOH
BALLS
WITH
KREPLACH
. Lett&i Utoti eo&i!
^HOROWITZ
MARGARETEN
CONDENSED
KOSHER
CANNED CHICKEN SOUPS
WITH
NOODLES ;
may
Mizrachi Women
Install Officers
Cardiac* Home
I-nit To Install
July 1 is the date selected by
Miss Harriet Hecker for her
marriage to Sheldon Hacker,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Hacker, 5800 Pine Tree Drive,
Miami Beach. The engagement
has been announced by her
parents, Mr .and Mrs. Oscar
Hecker. Brooklyn. N. Y.
Mrs. David Rijas
Mrs. David Riias will be sm!(J
as president .,1 Miami Chap>|
Children's CardijJ
National
13, at 8 p.m. at Beth Jacob.
Town Auxiliary
To S A September wedding is being
planned by Miss Harriet Giliman,
whose betrothal to Ephriam
Cohen, son of the William Cohens.
Wilkes-Barre. Pa., has been re-
vealed by her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Giliman. 3005 S.W.
21st St. The bride-elect attended
schools in Columbus, Ga., and the
University of Miami and is em-
ployed by Wometco Theatres. Mr.
Cohen attended schools in Wilkes-
Barre, served with the army in
Korea and is now associated with
Best Home Equipment Co.
Betrothal Announced
W,TH
RICE Thid
Tfc. tmtH )n
Tht mmmt i.llt yo it Katktri
Marilyn Kai
Nupl 28 in D,-iy-
I unite Miss
n K r, daughter '. Mrs.
New V i Day-
Dd Allan Niditch.
M nd Montreal. Can
'- N lit \ in if Mr, and
Ni litch. 1636 S.W.
tended Sir I
in Montreal and
nbia University. He serve
infantry in Bur:--.., I
years.
Prior to coming to Miami, he
xecutive with Gertz De-
-nt Store. Jamaica. N. Y..
and is now associated with
Cromer Wholesale in Miami.
Miami Beach Chapter of Miz-
rachi Women held its annual
installation dinner at David |
Whitman Hall Thursday evening.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Southeast-
ern regional director, served as
installing officer.
Inducted at the ceremonies
were Mrs. Nat Hochman, presi-
dent; Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
honorary president: Mrs. Pauline;
Grundwerg, first vice president;
Mrs. Pauline Chill, second vice
president; Mrs. Joseph Babad.
third vice president; Mrs. Harry
Sir. fourth vice president; Mrs.
Rachel Nicholsberg, fifth vice
president; Mrs. Moses Mescheloff,
chaplain; Mrs. Eugenia Lilenfeld,
treasurer; Mrs. Ann Seidenworm.
financial secretary; Mrs. Clara
Bretholtz. recording secretary: |
Mrs. Louis Lustig. JNF chairman; j
Mrs. Brenner, children'^ village j
chairman.
Chairman of the board of di- I
rectors is Mrs. Babad. Other I
members are the Mesdames G.
Silverman. Ida Friedman, W. [
Meclowitz. E. Glasser, G. Packer. |
A. A. Bergad. A. Berow S. Rein- ,
hard, M. J. Safra. B Pakula, R. J
Katz, M. Goodman, S. Rosch S. |
Farber. B.Migdol. H. Frederick,
I. B. Eisenstein. B. Schneider, H.
Deutsch, E. Merlin, B. Mazer and
S. Kohlenberg.
Next meeting of the organiza- I Home, at a luncheon on Tuesda'i
tion will be held Saturday. May j May 16. at 12 noon at Ricco'i
3500 Coral Way.
I Other.:": ers to be installed bjl
I Mrs. Nathaniel Levin are v I
presidents. Mrs. Leon Freed. Mn
" Sal Ramagli. Mrs. William Grow,]
! Mrs. Hi.: Jd Spahn: record^
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the secretary. Mrs. Ben Golden;
Jewish Home for the Aged will! respond in- secretary, Mrs. Leo
install new officers during a | Sobel: financial secretary, Mrs.
luncheon at Reid's Restaurant, Henry J&i bson; treasurer, Mrs.
829 "Biscayne Blvd.. on Monday. Harold ("
May 15, at 12:30 p.m. j Betty Lee Taylor will offer a
Mrs. Jack Krohn is newly musical program and the Miami
elected president of the group
Serving with her will be Mrs.
Maxim Hershey. first vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sidney Boeninger.
second vice president; Mrs. Ralph
Krieger, third vice president; or Mrs' Fozea, 4S-,386.
Mrs. Ben Hertz, recording secre- ,
tary; Mrs. Sidney Covner. fi- >
nancial secretary: Mrs. Sam Gelt- I
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Bela Eichenbaum. social secre-
tary: Mrs. Joel Zalis. treasurer;
Mrs. Harry Einhorn. treasurer of
the building fund.
Mistress of ceremonies will bp
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will offer the in-
vocation and Mrs. Joseph Fine
will serve as installing officer.
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Maurice Mamches and Luba Roy.
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calling Mrs. Maxim Hershey.
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jDAY. MAY 12, 1950
LTsonally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Newman of New York City, formerly of
ami Beach, announce the birth of a son on Monday in New I
rk Mr. Newman's mother, Mrs. Freda Newman of Miami'
rw'h is now in New.York.
Mrs. Marie Blumberg, former resident of West Palm Beach, |
spending several weeks at the Carlton Hotel, Miami Beach!
lore returning to her home in New York.
* *
Cantor Leonard Wallace of West Palm Beach recently
lited Charlotte, N. C, his former home.
* *
Grand Rabbi of Komarno, Chaim Jacob Safrin, of New
jrk City is now in Miami Beach for an indefinite stay. He is
fcdinq at 1238 Ocean Drive, Apartment 11.
* *
Mayor and Mrs. Harold Turk of Miami Beach flew to New
Lk Wednesday to attend the annual U. S. Mayors' Conference
(the Waldorf Astoria. The Turks will return to Miami Beach
]May 15.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zelkowitz, 350 N.W. 2nd St., announce
L birth ol a daughter, Robin Susan, May 9.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N.E. 68th St., left this week
their summer home in Avon Lake, Ohio. They will return
te the middle of October.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Freeland and their daughter,
ndra Esther, have moved into their new home at 1911 Coral
rte Drive.
* + *
Miss Elaine Eisen of New York City is vacationing with Mr.
Id Mrs. Jack Aronovitz, 2130 S.W. 21st Ave.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Kovner of Miami Beach announce
birth of a daughter, Carol Harriet, on Friday, April 28. Mrs.
Ivner is the former Doris Berger.
* *
New residents of Miami Beach are Mr. and Mrs. Irving M.
cperman and their two children, Michael and Allan, formerly
[Buffalo, N. Y. The newcomers are residing at 1622 Michigan
re. Mrs. Cooperman is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
leph Malek of Miami Beach.
* *
Martin Spilka recently underwent surgery at Jackson
Bmorial Hospital and is now recuperating at his home, 2509
(ranson Ave.
*Jewisfi fkridtfon
PAGE SEVEN
Both i:i Ladies
Plan Mother's
Bay Luncheon
The annual Mother's Day
luncheon of Beth El Sisterhood
is set for Sunday May 14, at 1
D.m. in the Dora August Memorial
Hall.
Highlighting the afternoon will
be a play presented by the chil-
dren of the religious schools and
directed by Bernard Kimmel and
Mrs. Ruth Uliss. Novelty numbers
by Harriet Schwartz will follow
the play.
Rabbi Murray Grauer will offer
the invocation and guests will
be greeted by Mrs. Jack Shapiro,
sisterhood president.
Reservations may be made by
calling 82-7089 or 3-6508.
Card Party Series
A series of card parties is being
planned by the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth El. The affairs
will be held in the Dora August
Memorial Hall every Wednesday
at 1 p.m. beginning Mav 17.
Hostess for the month of May
will be Mrs. William Eisenbach.
Mrs. George Solinger and Mrs.
Abraham Greenberg will be in
charge of games.
Tainara Chapter
To Seat Leaders
Alfred Mamlet. Jr.. To
Become Bar Mitzvah
\fkoe Bar Mitzvah
lorty Lefkoe,
of Mr. and
Herman
Due, became
|r Mitzvah at
Miami Beach
liter Saturday
piling w i t h
bbi Irving
tinrum offici-
ig A recep-
:n his honor
held Satur-'
noon.
Morty
Gillis Bar Mitzvah
Errol Michael Gillis. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Gillis. 1713 S.W.
21st Terr., will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. May 20. at
9 a.m. at the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation. Rabbi
Simon April will officiate.
A student at Shenandoah Junior
High, where he is a member of
the junior band, the young man
is a Boy Scout.
Among the out-of-town guests
at the ceremony will be the boy's
grandmothers. Mrs. Sam Harris
and Mrs. Gertrude Gillis, of
Chicago.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. Relatives and friends
AIjred M. Mamlet, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet.
4164 Chase Ave., Miami Beach,
announce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Alfred M., Jr., to be held at
Temple Beth Sholom on Satur-
day, May 13, at 10:45 a.m. Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer will officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a student
at Nautilus Junior High, where
he is a member of the school band.
A reception will follow in the
banquet hall of the temple. Rela-
tives and friends are invited to
attend.
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Sweet Sixteen Party
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brodsky,
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Shelborne Hotel Friday night in
honor of the sixteenth birthday
of their daughter. Fay.
JERRY GRANGER
Ardinore
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz
Mrs. A. Louis Mechlowitz will
be installed as president of
Tamara Chapter. Mizrachi Wom-
en, on Tuesday, May 16, at 8 p.m.
at the St. Moritz Hotel, Miami
Beach. The event will also mark
! Mother's Day.
Principal speaker will be Rabbi
I Irving Lehrman. who will discuss
I Israel. Master of ceremonies will
be Harold Shapiro, honorary
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund-
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, life
member of the organization, will
present golden certificates to 12
members for outstanding work
during the past year. Mrs.
Emanuel Karger. national repre-
sentative, will serve as the in-
stalling officer.
Other officers to be installed
are first vice president, Mrs.
Philip Bloom: second vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Jack H. Kane; third
vice president, Mrs Albert Rosen;
treasurer, Mrs. Sidney Margolies;
recording secretary. Mrs. Max
Sternstein; corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Edward Mass; financial
secretary, Miss Lillian Bogdan;
and chaplain. Mrs. Simon April.
Mrs. Jack H. Kane is in charge
of the affair
Baitcher Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baitcher.
1731 S.W. 16th Terr., announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son.
Danny, to be
held on Satur-
day. May 13. at 9
a.m. at the Mi-
ami Hebrew
School and Con-
gregation. Rabbi
Simon April will
officiate at the
ceremony.
The young man
is a student at
Shenandoa h
Junior High,
where he is a
member of the
_ band. He is af-
\ filiated with Boy Scout Troop 85.
which is sponsored by the Miami
| Hebrew School and Congregation.
A reception will follow and
relatives and friends are invited
to attend.
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Members of the Tri Beta Club I
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Sundav. May 14. at 2:30 p.m.. at
the home of Dotty Singer, 1350
S.W. 12th Ave. Entertainment foi
the afternoon will include a skit
produced by the mothers.
Richardson Named
To Zionist Post
Appointment of Melvin Rich-
ardson as program chairman of
the Miami Beach Zionist has been
announced by Alex Van Straaten.
president.
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the board of di-
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Miami Beach
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Goodman. I. R. Goodman and
Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
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PAGE EIGHT
* Jew'** ncridian
FRIDAY, MAY
Scharf-Neinerof
Betrothal Told
Outstanding Man And Woman,
Named At Rally, Lantaff To Be Spei
Congressman elect William Latest nominai!
Mrs. Rita Schari
The betrothal of Mrs. Rita
Schart to Martin Nemerof, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sum N< mi
N, n v been announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nath S 1625 M< rid
Av< M B ach.
M s. Scharf
the S
N .v Y
: Cit> C 1-
d

Fran
:"
at the S
Mrs. Max Meisel (center) is congratulated on her installation
as president of the Temple Israel Sisterhood at a luncheon last
week at the Sans Souci Hotel by Mrs. Harry V. Simon, install ng
chairman. Looking on is Mrs. Harry Boyell. co-chairman of the
event.
Games Party Slated By Tropical Lodge
a .,. .. ., partv will I B*nai B'rith. on Monday, May 15
, ,t 8:30 p.m. at the Raleigh Hotel
Lantaff and County Commission-
er Jesse Yarborough will par-
ticipate in ceremonies u> award
prizes to the outstanding man
and woman of the year in a
city-wide rally in Bayfront Park
mi Sundav, May 28.
Lantaff will appear as principal
speaker in the third annual
awards to honor a man and wom-
an in Dade County for unusual
civic achievement. Yarborough
will act as toastmaster for the
evening and will introduce the
group of citizens nominated this
year.
Latest .nominations
Police Chief Karl E 3
North Miami and P | "
William V ,..
tor his outstanding n
Officer Vi Bes wa< ;
his ch
the grad. hools. '
ai^'.V': """ended *
A hertP.l,,: exalted rule
Elks and charter
Hibiscus Lodge Mvw
Mrs A. W. Scot, I
local W. C. T. U.; g5j
president of the ctt
Association; and Lantaff
Your Confidence and Vc^Ap^,
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i Appel Heads
ich Auxiliary
1 Bel min Appel was re-
*'l lent of the Miami
. yv i- Auxiliary to the
t for the Aged at a
ng at Douglas
I:
' serve with Mrs.
Mrs. Benjamin
v president; Mrs.
j Mrs. Max Gieen-
5 Makovsky. vice
Irs. Samuel Ritter,
Kaplan, Mrs. j
o, Mrs. B. J.I
aiy vice presi-|
Clara Goldenberg,,
Benjamin Feld,
tary; Mrs. Irving
ling secretary: Mrs.
- Mrs. Louis Stcin-
nding secretaries;
Koretsky, auditor;
. J, Plotkin, Mrs. Harry
-er, Dr., Celia Wohl
*J**!st>rk>ridtiar}
PAGE NINE

1
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li
filial
Ball.
board Include tho
lre ti In, Henry
. V ank Bergi i,
1 'h rei, Morriu
h. Morris Dub-
lin I '' I until I-'.,: ...,
11.er. Jenii
' man, Bi njamln
. .1 inoff, Fred Jonas,
.1 Kai er, Ue>
Kohanne, -Morris
K li m-i. Al Leaai i,
I, iipman, folly Lux,
\ Mill, r, Benjamin
/., Nuba Paulkln,
Mbi I Rakoff,
. M. S. Rubin, Eva,
Sllveiman, Matthen
l Jack U tell, Ko.se
hub, Irving VVestin,
i Man Zlegfrled.
, n is scheduled for

are S^bSld officer! ^^^SerSllh^^V116 ^^ HriM
Mrs. Isidore Fogel. first vice president Mr J ck S n "* (L *& MrS- Apri1' pro9ram chairman:
ing secretary; Rabbi April; Mrs. Joseph SchwaHrot tre*s"retr; M.rs- Ma* Newberger, correspond-
riam Goldstein
uls I inma
bins Unit H
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lated I'hotographers
m Goldstein
Goldstein has been
'dent of Emma
ipter, B'nai B'rith
Professional Worn-
een announced by
|acobson, director of the
nth Council here. She
thy Rader.
officers elected to serve
jss Goldstein are first vice
| it. Paula Horowitz; second
^iciait. Deana Abrashkin;
r secretary, Vivian Schif-
i*iponding secretary, Mrs.
B' W; financial secretary,
Iorduchay; treasurer,
per; monitor, Ethel Pont:
Itarian, Mrs. Fannie
Pswrian, Shirley Rosen-
J'^d of directors, Mrs.
!*< n and- Molly Breskin,
nan, Edythe Fleischer,
' ns, Irene Sklar and
- kos; metropolitan
. ntatives. Charlotte
f He Small; women's
esentatlve, Evelyn
'er is formulating
annual installation
, ;o bo held Sunday,
,:Iap.m. at the Robert
,.' Moss, president of
Federation of Florida
[ W omen's Chapters.
] installing officer
K ''ins Skop will be
Peaker. Toastmaster
'ge J. Talianoff.
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Ilariass.-ili T> Meet Monday
A meeting of the Hannah
Senesch Group .of Hadassah will
be held Monday. May 15, 1:30 p.m.
at tho Town and'Beach Club
Mrs. Morns Alpert, president, an-
nounces.
A Mother's Day program has
been arranged and a welcom
be extended to new members as-
signed to the group from the
Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah. The nominating com-
mittee will bring in the new slate
of officers and a souvenir booklet
will be presented to members by
Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman of the
Friday review.
Young Adult Dances
The Coral Gabies Jewish Center
will inaugurate a series of Sunday
night dances for young adults
beginning Sunday, May 14, at
8 p.m.
Chairmen of the series will be
Herman I. Bretan. George Na-
thanson and Steve Kessler. All
proceeds from the dances are ear-
marked for the center building
fund.
, Mrs. Horowitz Heads
I Gables Women's Group
Mrs. Morris IS. Horowitz was
elected president of the S
hoed of the Coral^ables Jewish
Ci nter at a recent meeting of the
organization. She succeeds Mrs.
Irving Gerstenfeld, who will serve
as counselor.
Others elected to office were
Mrs. Sidney Richman, first vice
president; Mrs. William Karo.
second vice president; Mrs. Sol
Halpert, recording secretary; Mrs.
Joseph Platt, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Herbert Gelernter, as-
sistant corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Lou Perkell, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. M. A. Baskin, treas-
urer.
Chosen to serve two-year terms
on the board of directors were
the Mesdames Sam Beckman.
Joseph Koven. Sam Silver, Theo-
dore Wayne. Naphtali Weidberg.
One-year directors include the.
Mesdames Abe Harris, Herman
Fisher, William Heckler, Milton
Yaffee, Sam Schulefand.

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FRIDAY. MAY

II arias*:,li Choral Group To Hold First Concert
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First annual concert of the
. ..... Gi up of the Greater Mi-
ami Ch ipter of Hadassah, slated
for Wednesday. May 17. at 8:30
p.m. at the Hebrew Academy.
Miami Beach, will feature Hilda
S. ;tlin as guest soloist. Mrs.
Seitlin, a well known soprano.
was formerly with the Detroit
Opera Company,
The program, arranged by
the group's director. Mrs. Irwin
Tendrich Candidate
For Committeeman
'Moie" J. L. Tendrich, young
tton candidate
: Dad C unt y Den i tic x-
, itivi nmitl in t n Pre-
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Phi Omega
nity He wa : r of
the [lean's Hs1 business manager
: the Miami Law Quarterly an
i ngressman in the law school
i ent.
Tend a been very active
jr. civic, religious and fraternal
(anizations. He is a member of
S uthwest Lodge 286. F. & A. M .
Scottish Rite Temple. Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Young
Democratic Club of Dade County,
the Dade County and Florida Bar
Associations. He was scoutmaster
of Bov Scout Troop 89. sponsored
by Beth David.
The 22-vear-old candidate re-
sides at 1755 S.W. 21st Ave.
Weinstein. a graduate of the
Juilliard School of Music, will in-
clude many familiar numbers
such as the children's folk song.
"Rojinkes L'nd Mandelen." and
the well known "Hamavdil." A
new composition, "Israel Is Free."
will also be presented. The pianist
for the group is Mrs. Harry
Green.
A large number of patrons and
patronesses have subscribed to the j
Douglas Stars In Radio
Drama, "My Little Boy"
Melvyn Douglas, well known
Hollywood and Broadway actor.
stars in the radio dramatization
of My Little Boy," Saturday.
May 13 in the latest episode in |
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ARTHUR WEIL,
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*Jenist> fhoridfiar
PAGE THIRTEEN
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
israe (Reform). 137
Kst. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
L Emeritus,
services
, at 8:15.
:......lu.i the services
,, -Mother." Saturday
ai ii a.m. Dr. Kaplan
nfirmatlon class

.
will
Community Center
2020 Polk St..
Iwish
fcwo'od^abbi Jacob J. Honig;
Vv wrvlces at 6rt0.iL*te
Weekly
i g:l5. Rabbi Honig
rhe Fifth Command-
Mother'a Day Bab-
.....win* services
-- "",""'
i.,w. Sunday morning
11
em
lie. Dr.
breakfast at 1":::".
ve parents. Sunday
io i,i 10:30 center open
i,ong and dancing.
pie Emanu-Sl (Reform).
S. Andrews Ave.. Fort Laud-
Marius Ranson, Rabbi.
will conduct the
earn. The public is
n nool at tin- temple
.,t h a.m. Religious school

lemple Uetn Snoiom (Liberal).
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach.
phi Leon Kronish; Cantor
nuel Kelemer.
i ,v evening services at 8:15.
\i tsvah service will be
i: ,i Mitivah laas of
KrunlKh will address the
Sabbath Bervlce 10:45
,h of Alfred -M. Mamlet.
diami Hebrew School and Con-
kgation (Orthodox). 1101 S.W.
Ave. Rabbi Simon April.
ntor Bercle Kelemer.
, i ,.- -,-n Ices :it n rig al 9. I iar Mltzvah
i \ii and Mrs. All,. i
in Ethics of tlit*
followed by Mincha
l Miiy service T ::'.'?
p.m. Sunday school
: i im. i lebrew school
8:30.
Congregation Beth David (Con-
kvative), Coral Way and 26th
bad. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev.
aurice Mamches.
ing services at 6:30.
,'f Shi urday morning at 9,
i Lawrence, son of
Krnest Iserson. Services
.1. "The Sabbath Ri -
iliscuHslon ,!' the ethics
led by Rabbi Shapiro.
ration ill h.ihl ii."
I adults. Hebrew school
I so: S in,lav school at 10.
t al H p.m. ;mil Mincha
at 6 p.in
Congregation Kneseth Israel
padilional), 1415 Euclid Ave..
liami Beach. Rabbi Isaac H.
rer.
Prldaj 8:45 Kabbalas
:,t al 7 p.m. Saturday morninK
- So liar Mltzvah ,,f Morris,
and Mrs. .lack Kutt-rnick.
;- St., Miami Beach. Rabbi Ever
"ii "The Hword and th.*
ai 5:45 Rabbi Ever will
[ n The Kthlcs of the
Itherw' Mincha at 6:ir, followeil by
Seduus. Zmlraa an,i remarks
Maarlv follows. Dally H.-
'.....I Monday throuKh Thursday
I Pally class in Mlshna after
Inn Bervlres, Class in Jewish CUS-
iii,l laws before Mincha ami
rvlres. Daily services at S
,: la p.m.
IN. W. Religious Congregation.
181 N. W. 2nd St.
rylcei Saturday morning at 9:00
|Temple Isaiah (Reform). 1536
Road, Miami Beach. Rabbi
oshay P. Mann.
kniiM.l sisterhood Sabbath at 8:15
Mrs Clare Mae Van Netts,
Mrs. Abe Rchonfeld, Mrs.
Mrs. Benjamin Tupler
Mrs Qeorge .1. Kertman.
"f the Sisterhood will
n the services. Mrs. Mor-
r Will deliver the sermon
on "Modern Womanhood." Mrs lav
,'.,u;'!1'.1 ..wl" ",f,'r vocal renditions.
itabbi Mann will assist In the program
for the evening,
Coral Gables Jewish Center
(Liberal). Rabbi Morris A. Skop;
Cantor Joseph W. Malek; Steve
Kessler, organist. Palermo Ave.
near Le Jeune.
Hauuath evening services al 8:15
Lecture b] Rabbi Skop un "How Jews
Observe the l-ilili Commandment."
Oneg Shnhbal by Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus
following the ser\*lces In the patio
Saturday service at 9:45 a.m. with
Torah stud) and Klddush. Sunda\
religious Bchool assembly at io a.m
with Parents' Day program and gifts
to mothers and fathers, Adull i
in Hebrew Wednesdays at v p.in,
Bar Mltzvahs of Stanlej Blumln and
Danny Olosser on Saturday, Ma\ 20,
at :*:4", a.in.
Congregation roung Israel (Or-
thodox), 4001 Chase Ave., Miami
Beach.
Service Friday night at 6; Saturday
nlKht at > Mincha services followed
by Sh.tli.s Seudos. Sei \ Ices Monda)
t,, Thursday 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. -\ii
young Israel members in the area are
j Invited to attend,
T'Fereth Israel Congregation oi
Miami (Orthodox). 4316 N.W. 7th
Avenue.
Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday 9:80 a.m. with Mincha al
All residents in that area are Invited
to attend.
Congregation Beth El (Ortho
dox). 590 S.W. 17th Ave. Rabbi
Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at ,',::''" ;> m.
Saturday morning services at S:30,
Bar Mltzvahs ,,r Howard, son of Ml
ami .Mrs. Stanles Si lav Immi 1
l Swimmer. Mincha at .", p.m. followed
by Khalos Shudos, Dalh services y
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Religious school
dally al 8:30. Sunda> Bchool at I".
Hebrew Academy. 918 61h St.,
Miami Beach.
Dally Bible ,ia.-s 5:13 p.m. Dally
services at 7:80 a.m. and 8:13
Sunday at 8 a.m.
Northside Jewish Center.
Douglas Gardens, N.E. 2nd Ave.
and 53rd St.
Sabbath services Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday Bchool claw every Sunday it
the office of Dr. Wm. Boros, 655 N.W.
62nd st. Hebrew classes und
rectlon of Rev. I'hillp Fried .,: 6"01
N.W. 4th Ave. ,,n Mondays and
Thursday from 1 to 6 p.m.
North Dade Jewish Center
(Conservative). 13630 W. Dixie
Highway. North Miami.
Friday evening services at 8:13.
Saturday morning services at 10,
Congregation Beth Ttilah lOr-
thodox). 935 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky.
FViday evening services at 6:30.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Tin- rabbi
will preach 'in "Kcliuion and Eco-
nomy." At 5:15 p.m. Rabid Rackovsky
will speak on "Love for Humanity"
followed by .Mincha at :,:4.-.. BhalOS
Seudos and Maarlv. Dally services r:30
a.m. followed by class In Mlshna.
Mincha services at 6::m followed on
Sundays, Tuesday and Thursdays by
class In Laws anil Customs, and on
Mondays and Wednesdays by class in
Jewish Legends of the Talmud.
Congregation Beth Jacob (Or-
thodox), 301-311 Washington Are..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff.
Friday evening services .it 6:30
Saturday morning at 8:30. Bar
Mltzvah of Peter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kurt Welll. Intermediate
Cong, at 9 a.m. Mincha at 6:30 11
lowed by Shalos Sudos. Kabbi
Schulmaii will preach on the Prtlo
of the Week. Religious school M,,nda-
through Thursday at 3:30; Sunday
school 9 a.m.
Flagler-Granada Jewish Cen-
ter. 175 S.W. 45th Ave.
Saturday services at 9 a.m._____
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center (Conservative), 1701
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor
Jacob Y. Goldring.
i' Id',y evening service at 8:30, The
rabbi will preach on "Living In Two
Worlds." .l,,an Osheroff and Buddy
t dell win bring greetings in tribute
to roung Judea. Sat irda
'iIces at B Bar Mltzvah
son of Mr. anil Mrs. Irving Cohen.
The rabbi will speMC on the Portion
of the Week. Daily services i a.m.
and 6:30 p.m. in the chapel.
North Shore Jewish Center
(Conservative), 7110 Bay Drive,
Miami Beach (Aitz Chaim Con-
gregation). Rev. Philip Fried.
Friday evening, services at 8:15 p.m.
morning I Saturday morning services at 9;
f Kenneth, Sunday school at 10 at Blscayne
Elementary Scl.....! Jr. Cong ser> es
at :i; Sunday school a; 10 at Blscayne
Elementary School Jr, Cong, servl es
at 11 a.m. Hebrew scl.....I at the
Center Wednesdaj at 5:15 an 1 P 1-
da\ sat I p.m.
Israelite Center (Conservative)
3198 S.W. 24th Terr.
Friday
morning
a.m.
night services at 6; Saturday
at :. Dally services at s
L.
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FOn 17FU-18 DlPAPTitNT OF CC"HRCt 12-28-*i eitu of tme cessus 1950 CENSUS HAVE YOU BEEN COUNTED? The Census" Is nearlng completion. If you have counted here or anywhere else, please fill out below and nail 1 t Immediately to the I'. S. Census Office at the address shown. My address on April 1, 1950 was: House Nvmber and Street not bee the for Dlstrlc Apt. N< n m t
(Or dticription of Iocs 11on) ni nn. vl'lllf State

NAM OF EACH PERSON wHOSE I'SUAl PLACE OF RESIDENCE wAS IN THIS HOUSEHOLD 0* APRIL 1, 1950 (Lmmt r.-- (run ntmr) (Initiml) RELATIONSHIP OF THIS PERSON TO THE HEAD Of THE HOJSEH0L0, SUCH AS HEAO, WIFE, SON, ROOMER, ETC. SEX M OR F COLOR OR RACE AGE AT LAST BIRTH-OAY












i,.\bles LLodg To
Sponsor Stag
Sports movies and a comedy
program will highlight a member-
ship stag i be sponsored by Coral
q [es I. d B'nai B'rith, on
Tuesday, May 16, at 8:30 p.m. at
the Coral Gables Jewish Center.
i depicting football highlights
of 194!) and deep sea fishing
will be shown.
Dr. Leonard Gliekstein is choir- :
man of the affair. Assisting him
Leoi ; Spiegel, m mbership
chairman and Alvin Corenblum I
president.
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AND HEALTH RfL,
SAFETY HARBOR I,0?'
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heated, pi,' 5,1.
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Pnv,,e 'BR7J
Shower a l h Or
Elevator Sen,ic,
Take a minule out right now to fill in this coupon and mail to the local census bureau. 901 N.E.
Secord Ave., P. O. Box 4821. Miami. DO IT NOW. We want to be sure thai Dade County gets the
recognition it deserves. It can only be done it all of us are counted.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
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DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
A 5-POINT PURCHASE PLAN
Wise Counseling Beautiful Landscaping
Perpetual Care Pre-Need Budget Plan
Special Proteclive Features
Ideally Located Near West Flagler at 53rd Avenue
Jeneral OfficeOlympia Bldg. For Information Phone 3-3720
RABBI S. M. MACHTEL Exec. Vice-Presidenl
ROBERT YAFFEY, Sales Director
Puchkoff Is Host
Pinus Puchkoff was host to the
Histadruth LTarbuth Ivrish of
Greater Miami at a Lag B'Omer
celebration at his home, 1130 S.W.
9th St.. on Sunday. May 7.
The program will be in Hebrew,
and Yiddish.
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Sunday. May 143:00 Monday, May 158:30
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Pioneer Jewish Camp of the South
CAMP OSCEOLA
FOR GIRLS
On Silver Lake
Horse Shoe M r
REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED FOR C
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Private Swimming Pools Rich Cultural o,.
All Lake Activities Sabbath SU?**
Resident Medical Staff Horseback Riding
Seasoned Mature Counselors Varied Outdoor
CALL OWNERS AND DIRECTORS P "'
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HDAY. MAY 12, 1950
*Jmfeft nor Mian
PAGE FIFTEEN
Emma Lazarus
I nit To Hold
.Spring I>.hm e
A spring dance will be spun-
sored by the Emma Lazarus
Chapter. Business and Profession-
i al Women of B'nai B'rith. or.
Saturday, May 13, at 9 p.m. in the i
Belmar Hotpi it announced by
Chairman Edyth Fleischer.
A program is planned and there
will be dancing to the mus
Serge Gomez and his Latin
American orchestra. Highlight <>f
the evening will be the presenta-
tion of a free trip to Butlin's
Grand Bahama Vacation Village.
Assisting Miss Fleischer will be:
entertainment, Gerie Hershfeld;
door, Dorothy Rader; tickets.
Tina Fischer; and publicity. Belle
Small and Lillian Tickos.
Proceeds of the affair will be
used for the support of youth
training and sponsorship ol
grams at the V. A. hospital.
SPEEDOMETER
REPAIRS
ALSO
Windshield Washers-Wipers
Auto Locks Latches
SALES SERVICE
QUICK EFFICIENT
AUTO LOCK & HARDWARE
1304 N.E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 9-3144
Mapping plans for the Men's Club of the Coral Gables Jewish Center during the coming year
are new officers of the group. Shown above are (sitting, 1. to r.) Lou Perkell. vice president; Nat
Winokur, president; Maurice Finkelhor, treasurer; Lou Tanner, secretary; (standing, 1. to r.) Abe
Harris, Ted Goodman, Herbert Braun. Lee Elman. Sam Beckman, board members. Not pictured are
I Bill Click, corresponding secretary, and Meyer Baskin. board member.
|Lewises Mark Sixth
/ear Of Operation Of
|lorth Carolina Resort
I Mrs. Sid Lewis, man-
im raggan Inn, Heiid-
:,. c'.. announce that
|t has been extensively
roasting popcorn, horseback rid-
i ing are as much a planned part
01 the inn as the spacious veran-
das on each floor and the lobbii s
1 with huge stone fireplaces tor
informal gatherings, the L
point out.
The resort is located in the
i heart of the picturesque Blue
Mountains, a 15-minute
walk from Hendersom ille.
Scene at Duncraggon
renovated in celebration of their
Isixth year of operation. A new
lea rd room has been added, they
Idisclose, and shuffleboard courts
constructed. In addition, the
Iwhule resort has been scrubbed
|and polished and freshly painted,
Besides the Presidential Lodge
Iwith all rooms at ground level.
Ithere is a private swimming pool,
|18-holo golf course, dancing
facilities and a playground for
Ichildien where a full-time coun-
Iselnr is employed.
S und movies, dancing, bridge.
Book Review Slated
"Lead Kindly Light" by Vi:
Sheehan, based on the life of
Gandhi, will be reviewed by Prof.
Edward Clarke, at the Spinoza
'Outdoor Forum, 124 11th St.,
I Miami Beach, on Saturday, May
13. at 3:30 p.m.
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson will give the fifth
lecture in the series on "The Art
of Living." Topic of this lecture
will be "Making Your Mind Be-
have."
GORDON ROOFING AND
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MIAMI flA.
TE5 VBRYMODERATE-.
DR. ADOLPH
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(M. D.)
Administrator
Home for
Elderly
Special Diet
Care
*40
Per Week
Only Kosher
Convalescent
Homo In
Greater Miami
CALL 82-4950
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
818 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 5-3595
Golden Agers To
Mark Mother's Day
A Mother's Day celebration will
be given by the G il len A
Friendship Club of the .Miami
Jewish Community Center, on
Sunday, May 14, at 2:30 p.m.. in]
the center auditoi ium.
Dorothy M. .Marx, daughti
Gol ei A Mrs. Lillian Muen-
ster, will be the guest sp
Mrs. R. Temple, who v. as selected
by the members as the "Mothei
of the Day," will lead the grand
march. Square and ballroom
dancing is also on the agenda.
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Phone 2-3144
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In Jewish SectionWoodlawn Park Cemetery
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For Details and Information Call Cemetery Office 4-5922
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FRIDAY.
MAY i2i
LEGAL
NOTICE
'X
NOTICE BY~Pu^-----^
18*479. "\NT||.y*J
rO: saka k. ,.,Tv""-
a Bast Mosholu ftSL
Apartment |. ''"Kay
Bronx, Xcw Vorfc
default will b<- ia'k?S ?J {!* 1
Complaint. n
,.<'hlw.l;:;;ir::,s/::;!;. I:,'-1"-n,1
in the Jewirt, r
DONE and < !:i ):i:):i, ,, .
Florida, this s dnj oi M
my,
(Circuit Court >'.iiii
v l:- RICE, j
ORNET A riBNET
III Llm n i
Miami l'.. a. h, Florid
Attorney* for Plaint
5/5-12-19 J>,
Drputy
if r
NOTICE
Dr. Joachim Prinz was principal speaker at the Jewish
Education Dinner recently held at the Delmonico Hotel. One of
the highlights of the affair was the installation of new officers of
Buieau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Recognized at the
rites were (1. to r.) David Isen. vice president; Louis Heiman,
honorary president: Max Meisel, president; Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
treasurer; Louis Schwarlzman, executive director; Joseph Duntov,
vice president: Israel Shapoff. secretary. Dr. David S. Andron, rice
NANMEERLAF;cT,T,wi
NOTICE IS HEREBY OF
the undersized, denlring to12L
';"'" :- 'I II : Nrnth*1
AvenUe .,.. _,. ;.
With the Clerk of ,.,.
of Dade County. Florida.
OwnTrN "!VIN'; ';l:ral
MYERS, HEIMAJf ft KAPUS
Attorney8 for Applicant
(roup Plans To
Aid Displaced
< olori'd I'trsoiis
Attempts will be made by the
newly organized Committee
Against Socialized Housing to se-
cure satisfactory housing for
colored families displaced by the
slum clearance program, accord-
ing to a decision made by the
executive committee of the group.
"As the most urgent need in
Miami's slum clearance program
f.t present is to re-locate colored
families forced out of under-
standard homes condemned by the
rity. the committee has assumed
this responsibility," said S. T
James, secretary. "This applies
also to families displaced by
houses to be condemned as the
program progresses. Their ap-
plications will be received as soon "What Democracy Means to
as the forms are minted. !Mc" wiu be thc subject of an
"In all the discussions about: essay contest to be sponsored in
slum clearance, neither the so- Miami Beach high schools by Mi-
president, was not present at the time the picture was taken. Ardmorj YOUR LEGAL ADVERTISING
Loilgc Sponsors
Iss.iv Contest
called "slum clearance committee.'
not any other group has offered
to perform this needed service to
our colored people. So this or-
ganization, although new and still
in the process of formation .is
ready and willing to take on the
job."
ami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith, it
has been announced by lodge
president, Godfrey K. Newman.
According to Saul Genet, eon-
test chairman, any student at-
tending Miami Beach high schools
is eligible to participate. Essays
may consist of 250 words or less
The Committee Against Social- and must be submitted to Genet
ized Housing is composed of! at 420 Lincoln Road before mid-
realtors, builders, mortgage night of Mav 25. First prize will
agents, businessmen, ministers, be a $50 U. S. Savings Bond,
attorneys, tenants and represent- second, a $25 bond and third.
ative men and women of various $io m cash,
civic groups.------------------------------ j Awardg wil] be made at thc
, lodge's annual July 4 rally in
' Flamingo Park.
Assisting Genet with the con-
test will be Samuel W. Shapiro.
J. Sonz and Dr. Wilbur
Wishner.
At New Reduced Prices
FROM NOW TO NOVEMBER I.
(accommodating up to m ptruui
ALL CABANAS HAVE PRIVATE PBOM
AND HOT AND COLD SHOHEBS
Join the smart colon? >i ih. oitaiir ri
to Ik. Grecian Wan, 5BVg
trie famed fini.vi .. Includlnr iht Ik,
rouiel for brunch and inacki n.
Blue Room for dlnnrr. Opfn ill'Sow
Dinner Muilc by Tommy Sinn r'
fay round of day and nifhi Mt u iu
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makes both dainty sand-
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sturdy appetites. Serve
whole Swiss Knight tri-
angles at dairy meals
really healthful and nour-
ishing, and everybody
ikes it!
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Memorials for the
Jewish Trade
Look For the 2-Story White
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MARKERS S35.00 PLUS
CEMETERY CHARGES
Open Sundays Phone 4-3249
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Cocktail Parties
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RIDAY. MAY 12, 1950
LEGAL NOTICES
I
Kfffcl OFaAPPL.CAT.ON FOR
KILE 4S7IS
IvnTlCK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.',, i:...uiii. holder of Everglades
i Tax Sale Certificates
,31, 5859, and (6B7, dated
. |j of MaV. A.U. 147, Mas
JJL. s I'l ertlflcatei in my office,
application for tax deed
''.'. thereon in accordance With
,,..-,.; certificate* embrace the
,li ... ibi 'I property, situated
County, State of Florida, in
LEGAL NOTICE
vJenist fhr/rf, ir
PAGE SEVENTEEN
notice uNogr,^fictitious
NOTICE. 18 EREB^arvEN tha,
J''
I
Kid,
i: 10 ft., W. D. Banfoida
!:.ik ), Page 26. located in
Hiity, Slate of Florida, as
n Certificate No. 1631. The
Bald property under the
lifl ite issued was In the
d.-ri.-k Manna.
{,. |.-, i: vlera Park, Plat Book is.
t,,, ;, .ii. ci in Dade County. State
' ; i- embraced in Certificate
Thi assessment of said
[,... a i, v the said certificate
. in the name of Frank E.
& ::. Block 5, LJndley
Her, A Sub., Plat nook 23,
.1 In l >ade County, State
; in i mbraced in Certifieste
assessment of said
under the said certificate
L n the name of Will II.
with the Clerk .,f th,: V-h-.r,',:'," ."""'
' Dal C.....,ty. Florida ''''
NATHAN AURAMnWlTZ
sole '\viifr
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
5/5-12-19-26
IN TII|TI,ClirnTUBLICATION
IA I III-. 1 l|(( | | CllI'liT 1.1- Till-
ELEVENTH Judicial CRcmk
!:;/..'IF ~ IN CHANCERY, No"
SAMUEL .1. FELD, Plaintiff va
ROSE FELD, Defendant '
TO: ROSE FELD,
133-30 Laurelton Parkway,
Laurelton, Long Island,
I
r
New
YOU
York.
ARE
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1
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0.

.! certificates shall be re-
. dins, to law, tax deed
ill thereon on the fith day
I), I960.
the 8rd day of May.
i: B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk Circuit Court,
I .nil- < 'ounty, Florida.
Seal)
I :> N. C. STERRETT,
Deputy Cl.ck.
NOTIFIED a
Dill .,f
filed
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IXOTICi: is HEREBY OIVEN that
- ii. desiring to engage in
r i the fictitious name of
Ham i 'in ton FIBER COMPANY
in N. \V. North River Drive,
B.i Florida, intends to register
name with the Clerk 'if the
|i !' Hade County, Florida.
HA VII i 1'OTTASH
tl'.Y STONE
Jti I'avid I'ottash
i-;s s i-ia
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ki-Tici-: I.-. HEREBY OIVEN that
ried, desiring to engage In
li : the fictitious name of
DWvs caraqe at 426 Michigan
Miami Reach, Dade County,
nli mis to register said nanie
h Hi. i ;.!> of the Circuit Court
inty, Florida.
III'MPTY-DUMPTT
SERVICE STATIONS,
l!.v MILTON COMER
BI-I.IAM I. BRENNER
for Applicant
Road
ami Reach. Florida.
[.NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
' NAME LAW
PDTICE 18 HKllKBY OIVEN that
inderslgned, desiring to engage In
Pv";^,.1",';'''' tn" fictitious name of
"V\l.lo\ COCKTAIL LOUNGE at
"'fon Hotel, 13] s. E. 1st Street,
ii a.. Intend I., register said
;'. "," V"' .''l,lU "f 'he CIrcull
It of nade < ounty, Florida.
FREDERIC S ALBERT
, IRA ROTHBARD
* PODELL, BBQB.
' I Hen. h, Florida
Complaint for divorce has i
against you In the above cause
luu ....."Ired to serve s co>v o
JnS A8Wifr Vho Pta'ntlffs attorney
and file the original in n. ..rti.... r
the i lerk ol the circuit Court on or
before the list day of Mav 1950'
otherwise the allegations ..r said iiiii
ol Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed by you.
-May 2nd, 1950,
E. It. LEATHERMAN,
,......' lerk "i the circuit Court
U Ircuit Court Seal)
By: C. It. WILSON
JACK A. ABBOTT. lM""y C'erk-
Attorney for l'lainiiff,
927 Lincoln Road,
Miami Bi ach, Florida.
5/3-12-19-26
INC.
I'res.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN I UK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIF
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 182094.
MARIA OQNIBENE, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPR F, OOKIBENE, Defendant
TO: JOSEPH F. OQNIBENE
1172 III,ENMORK AVENUE"
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
You are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer to the Bill of
' ompiaint tor Divorce on the plain-
tiffs attorney and to file .the original
answer In the Office of th.- Clerk of
the Circuit Court In and for Dade
< purity, Florida, on or before the
19 day of .May, 1950: otherwise, the
Bill or Complaint tor Divorce hereto-
fore filed herein will be taken as
confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18
day of April, A.D. 1960.
E. li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Hade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By! \V.M. W
Inoti
I
li: -
f
r the
Co
RI-'K
I
CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
; desiring to engage in
the fictitious nan,,- of
1 'i- at 450 N.W. 8th St.,
:.....Bister said name
* ol the Circuit Court of
miy. Florida.
UH'IS KU8NICK
IIV, n.-r
-'- SHAPIRO
Applicant
.1 6/2
riv0TICfr. BY PUBLICATION
P ItC'l IT COURT OF TIIF.
^ ,!, .....I.U, CIRCUIT
VTV A,,lN AX" FOI! DADE
- IN CHAN, |.;itv, No.
RAB'*OWE JODOVICH,
PHILIP JODOVICH!
I'UP JODOVICH, 229 Ash-
Y.mlcers, New York,
'""I that a Bill of
Mvorc has been filed
nd you are required
ol your Answer or
BUI of Complain) on
Attorney, man r
hold iiuiiding. Miami,
rile the original Answer
. 'he office of the Clerk
1 ourl on or Before the
""'. [950. If you fail to
' bj default win be
vou for the relief de-
pl" at Complaint
' 'JRHERBD at Miami.
'! day Of May, a.d!
E.B LEATHERMAN,
1 l< rk, Circuit Court,
wile County, Florida
STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
Name and Address of
Plaintiffs Attorney:
NORMAN R. LYONS,
914 Olympla Building
Miami, Florida
4/21-2S 5/5-12
STOCK1NO.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EDISON DISTRIBUTORS, at 890 N.W.
13th Street, Miami. Florida, and at
12260 N.F. 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the < 'ircuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F. COYI.E
ELIZABETH IIHANK
THERESA MIILEK
ROSE IILANK KRAMER
MARION FREHI.INO
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN .t KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/21-2S 5/5-11
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
.... ,,,. TAX DEED
MAI I l-.lt 20722ACTS of 1911
NOTICE IS HEREBY8 GIVEN that
V ."T"1- '.......r 01 cUnt t.,n
Mif -..'"!"'.''""' numbered 998, 1298
Mil. :.'.. ,,124 7008, 9520, 12382 ami
A ii 'p ."'' ,"'" !?' lU'> '" "ay.
oi'flce .,'", h' ri'"1 -"" "' "IV
a i ,K.i, ""I Tde "I'l'U.-u..... tor
.-,; ri ;"''" lssu,<, 'h--'.....> sid
',","'s embrace the following de-
afsa ssfpate m
k Be :-.. in the Counts of
Dade state of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate .\... 998. The assessment
iri.-,' V1'"'"''.'1 ","l,r "" -........'-
! "' e Issued was In the name of
(ireenfleld Villages, Inc.
h..k' r.',''.I:l,',"'k. -' J>">lor Heights, A
. I;,1 lH, }-,,k '''- Paw 13, in the
' /' "> ol Dade .State of Florida, as
embraced in Certificate No. 1398. The
a--ssl.l ?f M|d ,.....,,,v ,.....
the said certificate ssued was in the
nan,.- of Merlon Platt.
sV"' ol ,B\SCK, ''' y>erty City, A
Sub., 1 la j Rook :. Page ::. in the
County of Dade, state of Florida, ii
embraced in Certificate No. 3211 The
as.-ss,,,..,,, r said property under
the said certificate Issued was in the
name ol Dave S. r. vena
l>it 18 Block i, Earllngton Hgta .
A Sub Plat Book 13, Page 61. In the
' ounty ol Dade, State of Florida,
ns embraced In Certificate No, 3936.
s-in, in of said property under
'ii said certificate Ihsui -I was in th,.
name 0 a o, Barrj Fttigerald.
, ''' ,"., Block I-:, .......'ai i Addn.
' "I "eah, A Sub., Plal Book 8, page
6. in the County of Dade, State ..f
''" "'.' ,,-'s embraced in Certificate
-N". .ii-l. Th.- assessment of said
property under the said certificate
ssued was m the name of Rosie
Sachs, El AI.
1.--1 9, Block 5. Little River High-
lands, A Sub., Plal Book 9, Page 129,
in the County of Dade, State .-f
Florida, as embraced in Certificate
N... thus. The assessment of said
property under the saU certificate
Issued was in the name of Chas. I-'
Dalnes.
Lot 18, Block 3, Nntoma Manors. A
sub., Plat Rook 24, Page 13, in the
County of Hade. State Of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 9.120 The
assessment of said propertj under the
said certificate Issued was ill the
name of Kathleen M. Carter,
Lot II, Block t, McKeever Terr., A
Sub.. Plat BOOk'Sj Page 19, in the
County of Had.-, state of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No, 13382. The
assessment of said property under
the said certificate Issued was in the
name of Unknown.
Lot 12, Block I. McKeever Terrace,
A Sub, Plal Book 9, Page 49, In the
County of Dade, Stale of Florida, as
embraced In Certificate No. 12888. The
assessment of said property under the
certificate issued was in the name of
Unkliown.
Unless said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door .111 the first Monday in the month
of June, A. D. 1950, which is the 5th
day of June. A D. 1950.
Hat.-d this the 35th day of April,
A. D. 19.10.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court, Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By. N. C. STERRETT.
Deputy Clerk.
I 18 :. .".-1J-19
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR F*INAL
DISCHARGE
,>.,,'.<."'-V'rY JUDGE'S COURT.
I'AJ'L COUNTY, FLORIDA.No.
RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING It. BECKER,
I >!>' IS. li.
NOTICE is herebj given that 1 have
nj.-d mi- finai report and petition for
i-inai Discharge as administratrix of
the .slate of [rvlng it. Becker, de-
ceased; ami thai on the 15th day of
June, 1950, 1 will apply to the Honor-
am.- u. i-. Blanton, County Judge ol
Dade tounty. Florida, for approval
Of said final report and for final
discharge as Administratrix of tin,
Estate c.r Irving It. Becker, de< eti >eu
I his 3rd day or Mav, 1950
MARK SILVElsTEEINLY BECKER
Attorney for Administratrix
"' I2-19-2D 6/2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
!''.I;U.I.,:'"A- ,N CHANCERY, No.
EDWARD A. ULYNN, Plaintiff, is.
FLORENCE ULYNN, Defendant.
TO: FLORENCE ULYNN,
an Locust Hill Avenue,
Vonkers, New York.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy of your answer to the bill of
complaint on the plalntirf's attorney,
and file the original answer in th
office of the Clerk ol the "iix-ull Com t
on or before the 1 da) "i June, 1950,
in the above entitled 1 ause for dl> 01 ce,
otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will
be entered against you.
HATED this 1' lla) of Mav. 1950
K. U. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ol the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seall
Bj Wit. W. STOCKING,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE i EMANUEL LEV KNSon',"'"""' U'' k'
1 Attorney for Plaintiff,
t.o; lilscayne Building,
Miami :;:. Florida.
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN .il .STY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
REpB:g?lTE*,^IDANO- i2m'
A^'RA^^I^aelea^d^0^
NOTICH is herebj given that 1
have filed my final report and petition
or Final Discharge as Executrix of
the estati of Sarah Raphael,
and that on
5, .1-12-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRl 'I IT i'l (I'RT I IF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIXIRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, l-'l.i n:il >,\ IN CHANC-
ERY, No. 1323.13,
RrahRaphael, deceased; ROSE SLOTZ, Plaintiff, is. MOSES
the 29th day ..f May, S^LOTZ, Defendant.
li'-'"'"',. '"'" RDpl>' '" "'e "Honorable
u F. Blanton, County Judg.....' u.,.l.
1 ounty, Florida, rr ......roval of said
liiiil 1-11..11 and for final discharge as
i-.n. 1111 ix of the estate of Sarah
Raphael, deceased.
This 3rd day of May, 1950.
TO: MR. MOSES Sl.o'1'Z
R. D. No. 1
Box 273
West Albany. New- York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias
been filed against you, and you are
,., HEi.i-.N A. LloN.-'. hereby required to serve .....i,% of
'u',i',",.'|IX 1' '." '" '" Sarah vour Answer to the Bill of Complaint
Raphael, deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attoi neys for Executrix
5/5-12-19-26
on
I th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t.> engage In
business under the fictitious nan......
ASBURY APARTMENTS at 111 S.W.
Itli Avenue, .Miami, Florida, intend
to register said na..... with the Clerk
or the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GEORGE STONE
LILI.IE STONE
LOUIS STONE
SARAH K. STONE
ELRY STONE
1010 Congress Building, Miami, Fla.
A Homey for GEORGE STONE,
LILI.IE STONE, LOUIS STONE
and SARAH K. STONE
3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Colographlc Press at 355 N, E 59th
street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
LITIIo PRESS, INC
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicant
4/28 5/5-12-19
the plaintiffs attorney, and file
original Answer In 11.....fflce "f
tint clerk or the circuit Courl on or
b.f.ii-c the !9th day ..r Mav. 1350, in
default of which, the BUI ..f c.....plaint
will be taken as confessed against you.
DONE ami ORDERED at Miami,
had.. County, Florida, this :sth da; of
April, I960,
E. B. LEATHBRMAN.
clerk ..r th. Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By \VM. W
LEO SHE1NER
Attorney for Plaintiff
1204-05 Pacific Building
Miami :'.-, Florida
Phone: 82-7674.
5/5-12-19-26
STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nami of
CHEF FOODS at 2317 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami, intends to register
said name wit.ii the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Had.- County, Florida,
GOLD-RICH CORPORATION
By Audr.y Bather Goldflnger
Vice President
5/5-12-19-26 ii 2
i-:i:
IVM. \V.
1:1:
Plaintiff
CC M?.1?" FICTITIOUS
,,, NAME LAW
"JREBY GIVEN that
le!rlng to engs -. In
..',, 'I1,;. [Ictltloiw name of
. "IBI TORS, at |M N. w.
_ ..... c -Ma -., > .. j
1 i'-.-m"! Co"r.t' Miami, Florida,
,- ,,',.*:'" said name-with the
Florida1 Court ot Dad0
i"'.\^rPT' BLANK
- vi ,i"Vn p- COYI.E
FT -r ;',BETH BLANK
v i.PS MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
B-' 111' Vi!.?-"': B'-ANK
L V''MA-N1& KAPLAN
. for Applicants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
133125.
CATHERINE STUTTER. Plaintiff, vs.
HAROLD V. SUTTER, JR., De-
fendant.
To: HAROLD V. SUTTER, JR.
9517 77th Street,
ozone Park, Long Island, New York.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a.
copy of your answer to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney
and file the original answer in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19 day of May,
1960, in the above entitled cause for
divorce, otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
fesso win I..- entered against you.
Hated this 19 day c.r April, 1950.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Cl.-rk Of the Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C FEIOE,
Deputy Clerk
EMANUEL LEVENSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
.ln7 I'.isi.r. lie Ihllldillg,
Miami. Florida.
I 21-28 5 5-12
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
FILE 18758
Notice is hereby given that Ben
P.oskin holder of City of Miami Tax
Sale Certificate Numbered ::ti72, dated
the 2nd day of June, A.D. 1947, has
filed said Certificate in my office, and
has mad.- application for tax d.-.-d t.i
issue thereon In accordance with law.
Said Certificate embn.....s the follow-
ing described property, situated in
Dade County, Florida, to-wlt:
i^.t :'.'.. Iilk. 1, subdivision of Dale
Miller Tract Addition Number I, Plal
Book 2, Page 70, In the City or Miami.
County c,r Dade, State c.r Florida.
Th.* assessment c.r said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be'redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will issue- thereon |
011 the 6th clay of June, A.D. 1950.
Dated this 3rd clay of May. ,\.l>
1950
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
< 'l.-rk of Circuit 1 'ourt,
1 lade c-ounty, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT,
Deputy Clerk.
:,, 5-12-19-26 'i -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bi sin.-ss under the fictitious name of
K-A DISTRIBUTORS, at 690 N. W.
13th Street, Miami. Florida, and at
12260 N. E. fith Court. Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F COYI.E
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4/21-28 5/5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t. engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Lewis Apartments at 1211 Normandy
Drive, Miami Beach, intend to register
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN CITY VINTNERS, at 690 N.W.
13th street, Miami. Florida, and at
li'L'Gi) N.E 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, FI01 Ida.
SAMUEL BLANK
HAROLD F. i-oYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
RUSE BLANK KRAMER
MARION FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
JEROME IILANK
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN thai
1 lei RlKned, desiring to ei eai ,:
business under th- fictitious name ol
TOWN VINTNERS, at 690 N. W.
13th Street, Miami, Florida, -r.-.,l at
: 6 S E, 13th Court, Miami, Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
said name with the Clerk
1 'iu nit Court of Dad.- County,
ALFRED LEWIS
RAE LEWIS
STANLEY RICHARD
Attorney for Applicants
120 Lincoln Road
4/21-28 5/5-12
Of the
Florida.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
to engagt In
JOSE
1 ioodman.
,:: nieck.-r Street,
New Yoik City, New York.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED a Bill of
Inlnl for divorce has been filed
ngnlnsl you In the above cause and
1 are required to Berve a copy of

County, Fi
circuit Court "I bade
SAMUEL BLANK'
II \i:ol.D F. COYLE
ELIZABETH BLANK
THERESA MILLER
ROSE BLANK KRAMER
M VRION FREHLING
MICHAEL BLANK
I i'.lic >ME BLANK
MYERS, HEIMAN .\- KAPLAN
A11 irneys f irAppllcants
1/21-28 j 5-12
your Answi on the plaintiffs attorne}
glnal in the ofl......
. 11, of the Circuit C irl on or
!..,,. Hi, 29th day of May. 1950:
otherwise tin- allegations "t said Bill
of Complain I will be talon as con-
1 by you.
May l-'. 19.10.
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S C( ll'RT, DADE
COUNTY, Florida.No. 22124,
RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND,
Deceased
NOTICE Is hereb) given thai I
haw filed mj final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Ancillary Ad-
ministrator, C.T.A. of the estate of
SHIRLEY L. DE ARMOND, decei sed:
and thai on the 29 day of May, 1950,
will apply to tin- Honorable w. F.
BLANTON, County Judge of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
final repent and for final discharge
as Ancillary Administrator, C.T.A.
of the Will c,r SHIRLEY L. DE
ARMOND, deceased.
This 28th dnj of April. 1950.
MAX R. SILVER.
MAX R. SILVER
A110111. y bi- An. ill.uy
Administrator, 1 '.T A.
5/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS IIEI.EUY iHVI-.N that
he underaigncd. iK-slrlni! to cim-aue in
...a >,.... lOIIIII' ...
the cci ... f-
businesa under Hit fictitious name or
Cables surplus Center ut_21.1.Alhainl>ra
Coral HQbles
Florida, intend
Clerk c.r the
It Courl -
By WM. W.
JACK' A. ABBOTT,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
927 Lincoln Load.
Miami Beach, Florida.
:, 6-12-19-26
Circuit 1 111
SI'c KINO.
Deputy Clerk.
Circle, Coral Gables. Florida, .menu
to register said name with the ( leik
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F1"da- HAROLD I. S1EU.KL
CLARENCE SIEGED
4/21-28 5/j-i::
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
sin.-ss under the fictitious nan.....:'
Craftwood Products at 375 N.W. 27th
St.. intends to register said name
with the cl.-rk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida.
RORERT L. SHNAYERSON
Owner
5/5-12-19-26 6/2
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUIXIE'M COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No,
2401 I.
In Re: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH KARP,
Decea ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Clnlms or Demands Agalnsl Said ;
:
You, and each .r you, are herebj
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, nr
. [ther of ) ou, may hti ve against 1 he
if ,I( ISEI'H KARP, cl,
of Miami Reach, Dade County,
Floi Ida, 10 ili- Hon. W. I-'. 1
Count! Judge of 1 lii'i.- c Viiini... and
file the same ill bis office ill til"
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale c.r the flrsl publication
hereof. Said claims or denjand
.,0in..in tin- legal address ol
claimant and to in- sworn to
presented as aforesaid, or same
be barred. Bee 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 COOPERSMITH
23.1 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach
Attorney for Administratrix
4/21-28 5/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ii It to enuagc In
i.i.siness under tl mi me .>r
MA RUN EQUIP.M KNT CO. I nol I
Hi 201 I C.i a. D Miami Bel I 11,
lute nd '.....sister 1 i ; 1111 mi v Ith the
Clerk 01 Court of 1 >ade
County, Florida.
BERNARD IIODINS
M VRY I! RODINS
I.FORCE .1. TALIAN'l FP, ESQ.
Attorno 1" Vppl ants
Lincoln i;.a.l
to
the
and
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
The Jewish Floridlan so-
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We appreciate your
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*Jewish rhrktian
H'nai llriili Units
To .Mark Jewish
Youth Month
A program in observance of
National Jewish Youth Month
will ho sponsored by the North
Shore Lodge B ith, and
Women's Chapter on M
May 1."). at 8:30 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Featutred in a panel discussion
on the subject, "Is Miami Beach
Youth Underprivileged or Over-
privileged" will be members of
Stephen S. Wise Chapter. AZA,
and WINX Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Girls. David Rabinowitz. the
radio and dramatics director of
the Youth Roundup, will act as
moderator. Selma Lewis, B'nai
B'rith Youth director for the
South Florida area, will present
a national charter to the AZA
group.
The program will be under the
joint direction of Mrs. Herbert
Cohen of the North Shore v.
en's group and Leo Steinman and
Dr. David Hendel of the men's
lodge.
Farewell Fete Given
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dorff. !>T2
S.W. Hid St.. were hosts al a I
will party in 1
G. Silverman, who is 1'
P::- u i "'.' Bild.
:
Mrs. Hei iS
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MIAMI TOP
SOIL CO.
Wholesale and
Retail
Rough or Pulverized
Grade A. Soil
"WE SPREAD"
Phone 4-0335
LANDSCAPING OUR SPECIALTY
EDWARD ALPER
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Workmen's Circle
Honors Delegates
The Women's Club of Work-
men's Circle Branch tm. Miami
Beach. sponsored a farewell
... r in honor of its deleg it
to the group's gold* n jubilee eon- |
in X. '.v V k nd mem- ,
bers now going north I
summer.
The dinner was followed by a:
concert featuring Luba Roy.
Mrs. Loo Elkin was chairm
function. j
Gables I nit Hmta
Commil km- Heads
Alvin Corenblum, president of
Coral Gables Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
has announced the appointment
of committee chairmen for 1950-
61.
In recognition of his "outstand- |
ing accomplishment in veteran's'
affairs and programs at the V.A. j
hospital." Herbert Weiss was re- I
appointed chairman of the |
veteran's service committeej
Chairmanship of the ADL com- I
mittee was awarded to Ed Miller (
and Ted Wayne.
Past President Leonard
Spiegel was appointed chairman
of membership drives and Wil- I
liam Hechler is chairman of
Dr. Leon-
ard Glick! tein. charter j

gram
Othei
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: Ed 1
s
: ports. E.V. S
1
'
Henrietta Szold Group
To Select Officers
Szold G
;: :. v-ill elect
m at 1:30
p.m. May 15, in the
:; Building of the M
Beach Jewish Center.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
. on "Loyalties." a discussion
of the impact of the creation of
the State of Israel on former
Jewish loyalties.
FRIDAY. MAY i2
Psychologist TbS3
Dr. Syril Marqm, JSJ
with the Veteran"' aS'S
tion, will
address "thTSP
of Sholom Led p ""Hi
Miamian R, .pjn-J
quits subject will beur-
Marriage."
Moi
In celebration of the second anniversary of the State of Israel.
Israeli students attending the University of Miami presented to
Dr Bowman F. Ashe. university president, an original painting
by M. Motusovsky of Tel Aviv. Pictured (L to r.) are Ori Gunsburg.
Dr Ashe Yair Kotlar. Uri Kadish. Itschag Fryd and Avinoam
Kotlar. The painting was selected from the collection of Israeli
works brought to Florida by B. A. Barkai. ____________________
ice
Pollack Opens Off
Samuel Pn
estate broker, JSSfif
opening ,,t his new offl
Lincoln Road. Miami EWh*J
218 with compie,m,S|
al phases of real estate, 31
sales, leases, mortgages aSl
ness opportunities
SINRWW
HEALTH REStjH
HOTEL- SANITAMil
FOB RUT. C0KV*lU^|
MH-rafh Wins*
1949 AM- Award
J. Howard McGrath, United
States Attorney General, who as
a senator from Rhode Island acted j
as presidential spokesman in Con- |
gress on behalf of the Truman ;
civil rights program, is the 194!)
America's Democratic
I y Award | annually
by the Anti-Defan n L
of B'n
: \ i' i
y."
h will reci .
rial si]
\, w Yoi k Su] r<
SI k, the
' : :. '
at ADL's annual n
Palmer House in Chicago, May
12-15.
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GOOD DAY WORKERS $5.00
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
417 Washington Avo.
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Between Fourth and Fifth Sts.
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Telephone 5-9017
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eational and leisure time activities of fourteen member organizations. Shown above are- Leo
fcner. vice president; Leon Kaplan, president; Judge Wiseheart; Mrs. Milton Sirkin. vice president;
|iam Kneapler, treasurer; and Gus Jacobson, executive director of the newlv formed Jewish
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kh actually a part of the
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with stress being placed on an
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Israeli relationship, aid to Israel,
a spiritual approach to Jewish
learning in order to insure its
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Henry Birnbrey of Atlanta,
former president of the.South-
eastern Region of Masada, will
visit the groups in Tampa, St.
Petersburg, Miami. Miami Beach.
Orlando and Jacksonville during
the week of May 2 through 7 to
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Beach Women To
Install Tuesday
Miami Bench Councilman Bur- '
nett Roth will install officers anil
board members of the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Women at the
annual luncheon to held at the
Saxony Hotel Tuesday, May Hi,
at 1 p.m.
Officers to be re -ognized at the
rites are Mrs, Ma Optner, presi- ,
dent, who succeeds Mrs Rev-
mour Satin: M:s Max Schwartz,
Mrs. Joseph Hi Ut. Mis. Charles
Goldberg and Mrs. Milton
Weinkle. vie.' presidents; Mr-
Helen Sanders, recording secre-
tary: Mis Herbert Reichek. fi-
nancial secretary: Mrs. Maurice
Weltman nt financial sec-
retary: Mrs. Jack Silverman.
corresp mding etary: Mrs, Ben
Lebow, treasun r: Mrs. Sam
Nudelman. guardian; Mrs. David
Dennei-. sentinel: Mrs. Sol G ild-
gtrom, honorary trustee: Mrs. Carl
W< inkle, Harry Kaufman and
Dave Alper, trustees: Mrs. Sey-
mour Satin, counselor.
Members of the board of di- :
rectors are the Mesdames Gilbert
Balkin. Theodore Arvan. Meyer
Baskin. Morris Bernstein. Harry
Cohen, Harry Einhorn, I. Leo
Fishbein. Jack Fern. Arthur
Frishman, Sam Goldstein, Morris
J. Goldin. William Hoffman.'
Maxim Hei -' y. Dav I .1 ise
Kogos, Albert Leh/man, Philip |
Lefkowitz. Ah xander Libow,
San uel Poll M S. Puree"
Hi .".-.an Popkin Norman
haupt, Benjamin Rin
Rubin, William S
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Tui k. Get tru li Wi I
the Miss.- Helen Wassman
Jeanette Teller.
Nada Foster i, will
offer the musical part of the pro-
Mi Milton Wemkle is
eh lirman of the installation and
Miss Jeanette Teller is co-chair-
man.
Young Adults Meet
FRIDAY, MAY 12
The Young Adult Group of the
Northside Jewish Center meets
Herman Kutun invite -^
men and women
every Monday at 8 p.m. at the i over to come and
The Sislethood of the Coral Gab'es Jew.sh Center was recently
awarded a citation by the Miami Round Table of the National
Conio-enre of Christians and Jews in recognition of the group s
"distinguished service in promoting better inter-faith *
ticiuied at presentation ceremonies are (1. to r.) Mrs Herman
Rubin, inter-faith chairman: James A. Whitehead. regional director
of the National Conference of Christians and Jews; Dr. Elwood
C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa: Mrs. Irving
Gerstenfeld, sisterhood president. ___________
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Club Hotel, according to Mrs.
d Weiss. chairman of
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Council of the Dado County
Society for Crippled Children.
Le i Steinman and Stanley
Richards served as CO-ch
men of the affair. They ar-
ranged a lull program tof the
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Summer air tours to Miami
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