The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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7^^^-THE JEWISH UNITY
THE JEWISH W EEKLY
19_NUMBER 18
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 3, i946"
PRICE TEN CENTS
uiry Report: End White Paper, No Commonwealth
JINGTON, April 30 (JTA)The long-
report of the Anglo-American Inquiry
which holds the key to the future of
was made public tonight by the White
aether -vith a statement from President
expressing satisfaction that "the com-
fcommends in effect the abrogation of the
er of 1939," which, he said, will pro-
per development of the Jewish national
^commendations of the committee are:
Dial of 100.000 immigration certificates
be authorized immediately for the admission to
Palestine of Jews who were victims of Nazi and
Fascist persecution; that these certificates be
awarded, as far as possible, in 1946 and that
actual immigration be pushed as rapidly as con-
ditions will permit.
2. The governments of Britain and of the United
States together, and in association with other
countries, should endeavor immediately to find
new homes for all "displaced persons," irrespec-
tive of creed or nationality, whose ties with their
former communities have been irreparably broken.
3. Since a considerable number of Jews will
continue to live in Europe, the governments of
Britain and the United States should endeavor to
assure that immediate effect is given to the pro-
vision of the United Nations Charter calling for
"universal respect for, and observance of, human
rights and fundamental freedoms for all without
distinction as to race, sex, language and religion."
4. With regard to normal Palestine immigra-
tion, in addition to the admittance of the 100,000
Jewish refugees, the Mandatory should, pending
the execution of a trustee- (Continued on Page 6)
li Answers
Appeal
for clothes, canned
other "supplies for
vivors" has been is-
Greater Miami Jew-
Ion, which is cooper-
i national Joint Distri-
pittee drive,
fc! an for the area
p who has
Bin Essen, Miami
pd Mrs. Jack J. Falk,
man.
bnt need is fur food
pithing. However, all
tins, canned goods,
Mica! supplies and
1 vitally needed
Bt egulai relief pro-
\v JDC for the little
on Jews who remain
lul Europe.
to shoppers to buy
groceries has
by sos workers, who
jcartons in large groc-
T>r collection of con-
fc collection depot for
poods has been estab-
m W. 15th st. Mi-
cannot bring their
to the depot may
|en at 4-7736 and a
er motor corps will
la reel.
p aides in the city
Tley C. Myers, Mrs.
gj, Mrs. 'Jus Feuer,
eissel, Mrs. Max
Harold Cohen and
one. Mrs. Acker-
'y of the town cam-
Jewish organiza-
Fating at the Beach
Pve successful. AZA
*n enlisted to pick
suppl,(..s to Temple
[which has been set
ftral wan-house on
KP,0ts ;"'c a,so at
'Miami Beach Jew-
nd the Beach Y.
,* Beach pick-
Federation office,
(assistants are Mrs.
I; Mrs Julius Selig-
| J- Ell, Mrs. Bar-
K, A Schumann,
Jptmm and Mrs.
Ian. Mrs. 11 fa
fejl that persons
adsrslips of
Ccioi?resses n
Ln ^ "t0 *
ponal replies we
lclihe fact that
fD N PAQE 6,
JWB Leaders to Map Reconversion
At National Parley in Capital
WASHINGTON, D. C. More will report to the American Jew-
than 500 Jewish community lead- ish community on its services to
ers from all parts of the United the armed forces since 1940 and
States will meet here this week present its postwar program of
end for the 29th annual meeting, activity on behalf of the armed
May 4-6, of the National Jewish forces, veterans and the 288 Jew-
Welfare board to map plans for ish community centers and
reconverting the manpower and YMHAs and YWHAs of which
I resources of JWB for postwar
service, veterans' assistance and
| community activities.
Nine representatives from
Greater Miami will attend the
convention. They are George
Chertkof, Miami Y president, and
Mrs. Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
D. Singer and Maurice Grossman,
representing the Miami Y. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Milton
jSirkin, Mrs. Carl Susskind and
(jack Marash, representing the
Beach Y.
Convening on the eve of the
first anniversary of V-E Day, this
first national conclave of JWB
since 1942 will be keyed to the
theme of "Fram War to Peace."
The united instrumentality of
American Jewry for meeting the
religious, welfare, and morale
needs of Jewish men and women
in uniform, and officially recog-
nized as such by the War and
Navy departments since 1917, the
National Jewish welfare board
HARRY SIMONHOFF
Zionists Mobilize
For Shekel Drive
JWB is the national association.
Secretary of War Robert P.
Patterson and Gen. Omar N.
Bradley, administrator of the
veterans administration, will be
the principal convention speakers.
A first-hand report on Jewish
cultural, social and youth activi-
ties in South America, with spe-
cial reference to the status of and
need for Jewish youth-serving
agencies, and an initial progress
report on the independent survey
of JWB, launched to guide the
organization's peace-time program
of services to the armed forces,
the Jewish centers and the Amer-
ican Jewish community generally
will be other convention high-
lights Mobilization of Greater Miami
The report on South America Jewry behind the current Shekel
will be made by Louis Kraft, campaign was mapped Tuesday
executive director of JWB, who by representatives of local Zion-
has just returned from a two-!lst organizations who named
months study of the Jewish com- : Harry Simonhoff chairman of the
munities in 10 Latin American drive to sell the ballots,
countries Similar to a poll tax, a 50-cent
I Shekel gives the purchaser the
-------------------------------------- [right to vote for representatives
FULL TEXT OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S STATEMENT \&* H^ffS
ON REPORT OF ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE Zionist organization are entitled
________ I to vote by virtue of their mem-
WASHINGTON, April 30 (JTA>-Emphasizing that the rec- ^"JjjP;
Report Invokes
Arab Protest,
Further Strife
In the wake of the Anglo-
American Inquiry committee
report, the Palestine picture
darkened this week as indica-
tions in the United States
pointed to a hands-off policy
by the government in aiding
the British to keep peace in the
Holy Land. From Arab leaders
came news of a general Arab
strike, scheduled to begin to-
day in protest against the in-
quiry report.
Britain will oppose sending
100.000 Jews to Palestine unless
the U. S. undertakes some of
the military and financial re-
sponsibility involved in trans-
porting the survivors and in-
suring domestic peace in the
Holy Land.
It now appears thai the
United Nations is the only
agency capable of handling the
situation, with the U. S. and
Great Britain unwilling to co-
operate to establish Jewish-
Arab harmony.
ommendations of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee amount
to the abrogation of the British White Paper of 1939, which re-
stricted Jewish immigration and land acquisition in Palestine.
President Truman tonight issued a statement expressing his
satisfaction with the report. The statement reads:
"I am very happy that the request which I made for the
immediate admission of 100.000 Jews into Palestine has been
unanimously endorsed by the Anglo-American Committee
of Inquiry. The transference of these unfortunate people
should now be accomplished with the greatest dispatch.
The protection and safeguarding of the Holy Places in Pales-
tine, sacred to Moslem. Christian and Jew. is adequately
provided in the report.
"One of the most significant factors in the report is that
ii insures complete protection to the Arab population of
Palestine, not only their civil and religious riqhts but also
guarantees constant improvement in their cultural, educa-
tional and economic position.
"I am also pleased that the committee recommends in
effect the abrogation of the White Paper of 1939 including
existing restrictions on immigration and land acquisition
to promote further development of the Jewish National Home.
It is also gratifying that the report envisages the carrying
out of large-scale economic development projects in Pales-
tine which would facilitate their immigration and be of
benefit to the entire population.
"In addition to these immediate objectives the report
deals with many other questions of long range political
policy and of international law which require careful study
and which I will take under advisement"
Calling upon Miamians to sell
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Red Cross Drive
To End Tonight
With approximately $25,000 out-
standing, the American Red Cross
will wind up its Dade county
drive for $407,000 at the final
dinner meeting at 5:45 p.m. this
evening in the Towers hotel.
There is a slim possibility that
the drive will go over the top,
according to H. H. Hyman, chair-
man, who is counting on contri-
butions made Thursday and Fri-
day to bring the campaign to a
successful conclusion.
Commanding officers of Dade
county military installations and
the executive committee of the
Bed Cross will be honor guests
at the dinner at which division
chairmen will make their final
reports.
A few workers may continue
olicitations next week in a "clean
up" campaign if the goal is not
met tonight, Hyman said.
JERUSALEM, May 1.Extra
troops and police details are on
guard here and in other major
cities of Palestine following the
announcement by Arab leaders
that the Holy Land would be the
scene of bitter strife if the Anglo-
American inquiry committee re-
port is accepted.
Jamal Effendi Husseini, acting
chairman of the Arab higher com-
mittee, aaid adoption of the re-
port which recommended that
100,000 European Jews be ad-
mitted immediately to Palestine
"would drive the entire Middle
East into the bosom of Soviet
Russia."
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Cancer Drive Nears
$30,037 County Goal
With over $26,000 subscribed in
the Dade county cancer drive,
workers are concentrating on go-
ing over the $30,037 goal.
Saturday has been set aside as
Cancer Tag Day and cancer but-
tons will be sold by high school
students and other volunteer
workers throughout the county.
On Miami Beach, Ned Rosen is in
charge of the solicitation.
The drive has been extended
indefinitely, according to Mrs.
Clyde A. Epperson, county com-
mander of the drive, who de-
clared:
"If we collect more than our
quota it will mean we can do
quicker and better work for can-
cer victims in Dade county, the
state and the nation."
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PAGE TWO
fy>AAx>naMy ttpexdinq,
Miss Courshon to Wed
By ELSIE KROI &Ufwh*U^
Maurice Schwartz, director of 9=- qua m.ed^w, ...
After Graduation
Maurice Schwartz, direct* oi g= -" LesHe EUoI, =ce^ approaching mjrjj
the Jewish Art theater in New ^ndJ ? h and her mother ,, their daughter Mur.cl, to He.
York, stopped in Miami Mon- now thatM ^ her A Vi. of Ne* York
j_.. -_ u;= ,.,nu to Buenos are vibiiuiy ...___ )rom .... u K;,Pl;ui \m" "V
day on his way to Buenos a 9 dischargf from
Aires. He was a guest o Mr. Qgnne L( w her
and Mrs. Max Azar, Coral Ga- ne ^ s|a,ioned in
bles. who honored him with a JVL 9 ^ wife and
luncheon. Guests included Mr haye jus, ieturned
oi five month stay with
, j^ob ll Kaplan will
, at lhe wedding which wi.-
! in l.l -t the bride's home June
the ,.....nc. ol he tamilj
tcw close friends.
C ii hon : :
... 0f Mii n i May 31.
oftn H lent news-
Nu Kappa
. intern*
Rel '
FRIDAY
HAROLD SOLOMON MARRIES MISS
MAti
AUSLAl
Uni-
An

and Mrs. Jacob Fishman -
Beach, who have just returned uom ^ home
from South America, and Mr. hun. J JjJ^ ^ Q JeW
and Mrs. Ashkenazi Mr. ana
Schwartz will appear in Buenos weeKs .. ,
Aires and in Rio de Janiero in La m pi ? K^ai ^
the "Three Matomuss" by Cleveland had quite a lew j
Peretz- "Dr. Herzl" and the resentatives down here last
"Mfshpocha of Carnovsky." He week. ^"J.^^^S
will return to tins coun.ry in -^^^fa^three
,UMr.- and Mr, Frank A Rose, associates -dt-r^J-.
2360 S W. 19th, ter had a d, and "j^ Schwaltz d > ^
****^J1^^J. Mr. and Mrs. Standlord Sch
urday mqht when they enter Cleveland ,h J Wa I, i Tl.....wn ad-
tamed Mr. Rose s cousu, .Leon BQUND ,,
ard Rose, first cellist oi the Gertner of M A
New York Philharmonic or- Mr. and Mrs. Hunv Gertnt.
chela, and Mr, Rose. Pre, 1930 S. W. _21st st left Mon- M* _; .om,v
is :.
1, rf anatokjewnal-
mentioned
w WI An : Students
>' ] UnI"
in
e son
A. Vitriol.
the
of th betrothal
0I Miss Betty Ra Weintraub and
enko is made by her
j ., k Wi intraub, 7(>5
W 5oi ii st.
Ti, daughter
e late Jack Weintraub. A
en. besides the members of the day for a six months stay ... ., N, w york.
family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe New Yo.k. Another New Yon --------
Fuchi Mr. Fuchs is firs, vie- lound is Mr, Ethel Schaffron Weintraub
linis, of the Philharmonic who divides her time between geuy h ,
Mr. Al Zuckerman and Miss Here and the Beach. Later .n Reveal
Evelyn Brown surprised Claire tie season die wJl go to Pa
Levine with a miscellaneous tine for her first visit there since
shower las, Sunday evening at, before the war. The men s
Miss Pearl Go.tesman's home, and women s divisions of Miz^
Showerina gifts was .he mem- rachi bid her bon voyage in a
bership of the Business and joint meeting Saturday night.
Professional Women's divisiin E. M Mendelssohn left Miami
of Hadassah. Miss Levine's .wo weeks ago for Washing-
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. ton. This week Mrs. Mendel-
Max Kimelblot, of New York, sshon and their children, Bobby
arrived here Monday for her and Helene, will leave for their
wedding Wednesday morning home in Chicago, where Mr.
at Beth David to Louis J Wine. Mendelssohn will soon join
Her cousins, the Isadore Kimel- them Stella and Harold
blots, of New York, were also Turk have house guests they
down for the event are Harold's sister-in-law, Mrs.
After savoring Miami's warm Jack Turk, and her daughter,
sun all winter, Mr. and Mrs 'Gloria. On their way down
Max Lessmann have motored from New York, mother and
back to their home in Paterson, daughter stopped in Shelby,
N. J. In New Rochelle. N. N. C. to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Y for a vacation of several Irving Turk .
months is Mis. Anna Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ru-
of 1234 S. W. Fourth st. bin's summer home is in Deal.
Mrs Annie Lieberman has re- N. J., and they are leaving for
turned to Long Branch, N. J., there Sunday. Irwin Rubin
after spending the season here will join his parents in June .
with her sons, Leon and Irv- Back from Nassau are Mr. ar^
ing Mrs. George Adler and their
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Get- daughter. Marvelle Mrs.
George Stone returns today
Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Solomon
are now residing at
Miami Beach after
a honey moon in
Havana
Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiated at
their wedding Sun-
day, April 14, at the
nome of the bride's
uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Max
Halpern, 556 N. E.
57th st. A recep-
tion was held in
their honor follow-
ing the ceremony.
Mis. Robert Sch-
wartz was her sis-
ters matron of
honor.
Mrs. Solomon is
the former Muriel
Auslander, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Auslander,
:520 N. W. First St.
She is a graduate
,f Miami Senior
High school and at-
tended the Univer-
itv of Miami.
Mr. Solomon Is the son of Mr. Morns Solomon and M
Solomon, Miami Beach. He is also a Miami High schooli
ind attended the University of Georgia, in Athens. Thei
uside here until June when they will go to New Yi
Solomon intends to enter an art school.
-Photo b> Ufa|
MRS. HAROLD SO10M01
EVENING CEREMONY
UNITES SILVERMANS
In a simple evening wedding
Tuesday at Miami Orthodox Con-
gr< gation Miss Evelyn Rosenthal,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ',,:. brother, R
K. Rosenthal, 1502 N. E. First ave.,' tended the couple
EINHORNS PLAN
KEY WEST HOME
When Mildred BergJ
came the bride of Sh
horn April 11, her sister,!
m\
The git
waited
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AT THREE
THEATRES
itone returns
from Savannah, Ga., where
she attended the Wednesday
wedding of Bobby Gordon. Mr.
[Gordon is the nephew of Bar-
ney Slifkin .
BINDERS VISIT HERE
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley
Binder, of Lynchburg, Va., and
Miami Beach, are here with
their small son, J. Louis, visit-
ing Mrs. Binder's mother, Mrs.
Ethel Shcchet, and her brother,
Fred Shochet. Mrs. Binder is
the former Ray Shochet .
At Mt. Sinai hospital. New '
York, recuperating from an ear ]
operation is Mrs. Henry Steig, i
4230 Sheridan ave. Mrs. Steig '
hopes to return to Miami Beach
next month .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gold and
their son, Allen, are vacation-
ing at the Belmar hotel. Driv-
ing home to Brooklyn they will
stop at North Carolina State
(CONTINUED ON PACE THREE)
graduate i '' Edi on High
attended Florida State
collei
Mr. Soforenko has resumed his
tudies at the University ol Flor-
three ye; en ice in
tl Army, Th< son ol the Fred
i .Jack nville, he is a
: ol Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ity.
Wedding plan will be an-
nounced lat
became the bride of Leon Silver-
man, machinist's mate 2-c, son of
Mrs. Bertha Silverman, Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Rabbi Murry Grauer, Rabbi
Jabbi Joseph Rackovaky and the
Rev. Maurice Mamehes officiated
n the ceremony held before mem-
bers of the family. Miss Ruth
Rosi nthal, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor and Morris Harris,
brother-in-law of the bride, was
best man. Mrs. Silverman's cou-
sin. Miss Doris Feldman, played
the harp. After the ceremony a
reception was held at the syna-
g gue.
The bride is a graduate ot Mi-
ami Senior High school. Her
husband is a graduate of Morris-
town High school and Bloomfield
Vocational school. He has been
in the Coast Guard over four
years and was stationed in Green-
land 16 months.
The couple will make their
home in Miami after Mr. Silver-
man's discharge from the service
n July.
honor and best man.
Mrs Einhorn is the I
of Mrs, Esther Bergia,!
W. 2M d ct. and Ml
the scin '' Anr.e .:.:.::
West. Rabbi Moses!
med the ceremony j
was followed by a
the Players' rvstauract
The bride attended'
High school in New
Einhorn recently cokM
years of service with ikl
during which he served IJ
in Alaska.
After a honeymoot i|
Beach, the Einhons d|
home at sol Duvalst.
MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH
Licensed Elcctrologist
Removing Superfluous Hair
Warts and Moles
Permanently Without Scar
1401 Alton Road
Phone 5-1448
'3 Vt.in of Successful Practice In
New York, New Jersey and Miami
Recommended by the Medical
Profession
Freedom of speech
mean careless talk!
dosts not
Your Complete 5*Pm-nt
Store With QualitT
Merchandise
Washington Are. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flayer St.. Miami
Roses
Luncheon
J3
,05
WIDOW"
with
LOUIS HAYWARD
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fhti
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OSCEOLA CAMP
FOR BOYS
Situated on Beautilul Osce-
ola Lake near Henderson-
ville, N. C.
UNDER DIRECTION OF
HERBERT SILVER
For Information Call
950 Jefferson Avenue
5-5975
Between 4 and 8 P.M.
110 E. FLAGLER ST.
Lorraine Arcade
Room 202
S. J. DESTRO
FUR CO.
Phone 9-3373
FORMERLY OF
MIAMI FURRIERS
To Protect
Your Furs
Know
Your
Furrier
Refrigerated
Storage
Repairing
Remodeling
Cleaning
darning
FREE PICKUP SERVICE
A bouquet of
M tiler's tabl^ W
h:md-urmtedlun**
of .oft-uxtureuwr-
tosea scatter
profusion on **
grounds. Blue. I
or vellow coto
lions. About 5SS
LUNCHEON m
Dupont textron.
just Whtak .*
doth! Four g
host of Ra> J
to choose ft*
complement"
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1946
*-Jewistinoridknn
[Schwartz Tells
|0f Wedding
.nth hubeeo set as the
Iwartz and Ens.gn Nor-
Kr whose engagement
V ',,1 hv her parents,
%Ts "U,l Schwartz
M the home of the
PAGE THREE
VeAAonaMy, fyiealting.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
to see their son,
university
Eugene .
A 25th wedding anniversary
party was given Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Cohen, operators of the
Dorchester hotel, by their son
terminal leave also was Chap-
lain Sol Kraft and his fiance,
Miss Beatrice Sach. They left
Tuesday for Atlantic City .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gross-
man, formerly of New York, are
fs sister, Mrs .Sam Tei-i^ daughter-in-law, Mr. and i now making their home here
263 N.K- 22nd si. hav*, u<,k^..i r'^u^- j !._:_ I ... .
cartels an active mem-
lEmn.a Laarus crfuptcr,
frith and a teller at the
He National bank. She
knerly assistant to the
Mrs. Herbert Cohen, and their |They will be the guests of Mr'
daughter, Selma r,orv, v a.
Urossmans brother, Ben, until
they are able to find living ac-
commodations of their own .
Now that Dr. Stanley Frehling
is home from the service, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Blank have
moved from their daughter's
home to 600 W. De Lido dr. .
Mrs. Frank Schrager had a
son, Jacob, at Victoria hos-
pital April 15th. Sunday, Mrs.
Emanuel Weinkle gave birth
to a five-pound boy. The baby
is the first great grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle to
have the Weinkle name .
SERVICE PARADE
Lt. (j.g.) Sidney L. Besvinick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Besvi-
nick, 1012 S. W. 13th ave., is
expected to return to Miami to-
day after a year and a half in
the Pacific in the Okinawa
area. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida in chemical
Mrs. Iris Rich, English bride
of Dr. Maurice Rich, went to
Atlanta Saturday with her in-
laws, the Meyer Richs, when
they returned to their home
after spending the winter here.
Mrs. Rich will be back in about
a week Coming in tomor-
row from Atlanta to see his
daughter, Mrs. Clarence Feuer,
is D. L. Slann .
IN THE BIG TOP
We understand that the
Junior Chamber of Commerce
is bringing down star acts from
all over the country for their
circus, May 6-11. Guy Bailey
is chairman of the event to be
held in Burdine stadium to
benefit their different chari-
ties. Among those assisting
Mr. Bailey are Paul Lee, Sam
Silver and Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Weinkle. Melvin had a
birthday Sunday and his bro-
i drug store.
Gilfer. now on terminal *er and sister-in-law, Mr and engineering, he has been in the
,med his work in Mrs. Jerome Weinkle tried out ;Navy over three s Qs
associated .theu new gr in his honor ldiesel engineer and navigator
Home after 28 months in
associated .their new grill in his honor .
H, was presi-1 Another birthday celebrant
the Architectural society Sunday was Paul Barnett. Paul |u" 'Armv ite nf tt-m .^Ti Z
JL while on duty there., ,has beyen in West Palm Beach fi &3L AISZIS? 1"
\hs Morris for stationers'
fe joined 1
afternoon for the festivities
the Pacific, is Arthur Rabe, son
convention. ot Mr. and Mrs_ H_ Rabe_ He
SSSbSiiaL* 6?2* ftJS^FoS^dto discharge April 1
Sunday afternoon.
^BERG-DEN
this bachelor of arehitec- ir:~^Tl? '"c H"*"""" in Atlanta where his wife met
W from the University Mr- and Mrs. Morty Moses had him. Aher a hurried w ,Q
he was presi-;an eighth wedding anniversary Miami to see the older Rabes_
|Tau Epsilon Phi frater-, Wednesday and Mrs. Moses the couple flew to Chicago to
(was the recipient of a lovely visit Mrs. Rabe.s famil then
en house in honor of the {diamond watch, a gift from her to North Carolina for a moun-
n by Ens.gn Gil- husband ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam tain vacation. They returned
S. La Vine. 6301 Pine Tree dr.. home Sunday and are staying
have just returned from Cleve- -at the piaza hotel while a t.
land, Ohio, where Mr. LaVine ment hunting. From September,
was a patient at Cleveland 11942, until his induction in the
Goldberg, 625 Meridian .Clinic hospital. Spending a 21- Army, Mr. Rabe was an instru-
ughter ol Mrs. Eva Gold- ,day leave with his mother and ment instructor at Chanute field,
ras married Wednesday ;father is Sterling LaVine, w/o m
at the Miami Jewish expects to be released fror> the Th .'. ,DO -fcMl|M nr .
C. ngregation, to Solo- Nvv in r,.D The ,hree children of Dr. and
In, son of Jaeob Den, of V i- t,' u 1 Mrs- M- B- Cirlin played on the
rk city. At Miami Beach last week Crusader Kids ** over
Murray Grauer, assisted P? Cha.pJ.am &*" Mere" WIOD last Saturday. They are
Mamches, SSlT 5^5 York'Dw.ho w.as Byron, 12, who played the
stationed at Boca Raton for L^ Babette 15 rj. ,he
quite a w^le House guest |viohn accompanied b lheir
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin older sister> Vivian Q, ^
for the past two weeks was
Harold H. Gordon.
; High school. The IChaplain Gordon, now on ter-,
Ml spend then- honey-'ninal leave, was stationed here iman Indiana Harbor. Ind..
ii______________j 1__11 /-_ lare visiting their son-in-law
ON AN EXTENDED TRIP to California are Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man A. Binder who v/ere married at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Selig by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum on April 10. The
bride, widow of the late Meyer Rauzin, pioneer Miamian, is
the former Mrs. Ida Rauzin. Mr. Binder is a local insurance
man and feature writer for the Jewish Floridian. The couple
expects to return to Miami in the fall.
was
wrauer, assisted
aurice Mamches,
at the ceremony which
owed by a reception in
Mogue. M;tin Laibson
I
Ie is a graduate of Mi- IChaplain
piano .
The Rev. and Mrs. B. Saltz-
ALPER-WEINER
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Werner
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Annette Barbara, to Ir-
win L. Alper, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Alper of 1614 Meridian
ave. RabLi Moses Mescheloff offi-
ciated at the ceremony, assisted
by Cantor Louis Fcder.
After a honeymoon in Cuba,
Mr. and Mrs. Alper will make
their home at 5980 Indian Creek.
Out-of-town guests at the wed-
ding included Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Hoffman, Mr. Max Lazar
and daughter Sophie, Miss Sylvia
Weiner, all of Pittsburgh, and
Mrs. Jennie Hoffman of New
York city.
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FRIDAY



Three Groups Set
May Day Affair
May first will be celebrated in
the traditional fashionbut four
days lateby the two local Work-
men's Circle branches and the
Jewish Socialist Ferband Sunday
evening at the Circle lyceum, 25
Washington ave. Admission to
the program, which will feature
prominent speakers, is free.
On Sunday evening. May 12,
the three groups will give a din-
ner in honor of John Mill, author
of "Pioneers
the lyceum.
Felix Rosenthal, secretary of the
Beach Workmen's Circle branch,
flew to Detroit this week to at-
tend the Victory convention of
the Circle Sunday as the official
delegate from the local ana.
Since Rosenthal expects to re-
main away for several months,
the branch has named Leon El-
kin secretary pro tern. Dr. Louis
Sadoff has been chosen to repre-
sent the branch in the Jewish
Federation.
Beach Kosher Butchers
To Close On Sundays
Miami Beach kosher butchers
will be closed on Sundays dur-
ing ,) summer months, accord-
ing to an agreement made this
week The now ruling goes into
Gillman Elected
[By Men's Club
Louis Gillman :,s elected
,1, Israel
Men's club at a meeting last week.
He E. Max Goldstein.
,...,,., ; Wjth Gillman were
Cornblum Heads Temple
MAY,
effect May 5.
Housewives, who before tn<
to plan and order their weekend nil., Dr.
bill of far by Friday starting this A,.,,.,, Au reasurer, o.
week steiner. coi ''"'-v'
Previously, kosher butchers g Mendeison, recording
opened their stores on Saturdaj
and Builders, at ^^ ^ p,.;ut;,.0 A. F?nn.
abandom Emma Lazarus Chapter
Announces Free Dance
WOMEN TO SELECT
BBG HONOR QUEEN
. ij Feibel-
. il :. li eh, M H '
\ r K A J H
, Ln. J. Salinger, H. Bin-
'
by Gov Elli Arnall ol Georgia
: May !
The Strath Haven patio, 411
Ocean dr.. will be the
gala free dance to be held bj
Emma Lazarus chapti r < f B'nai
B'rith Women, May 9 at 8 30
Second in a series of free i ,-.,,
dances, the affair is d< igned to ggG DISTRICT PICKS
foster introductions and friend- RFflpiT vrr\X3 PARLEY
jhips among the young men and Dr.m,.rc rw *
women in the community and to .
t| these women in the work
congregdlion fy Hj
man of the -f *i m
committee and 1T' 4
ration A<'d. Cornblum J!*!
Berick i ,hp ra"*f
dS'ts^^^
Also selected ..
Zinnamon, treasurer-1 f?
borR financial ^\
fothman, recording
Max Hosenstein, L
secretary
Abrs'
to the
fcretary. "W
Abraham s. Blau ,
-I the board of dui'
two year term. Three
went to George Col?"
Goldman. Emanuel c
Harry Kohn, Sam Uchi
Robinson. Abraham
Charles S. Tobin.
The B'nai B'rith girl who has
done the most outstanding work
for her chapter will become honor ,.....
point queen at a special corona- B'rith W men of Sholem I
. .-..!_ L.1JU... lAatiknTuvlnMAni, l.~ civ lii"il HRf^ ,'hrill-
of
interest tnese women in me um ,
done by the Emma Laza B'nai
The c:op is considering spon- held in
soring bi-weekly danc M
mi nvention
An annual event, the corona- ,.,. incil
tion is sponsored by the B'nai mcetin|
B'rith Women of Shi lei thv Golden will be
tion to be held May 19 at the Lear j among the six local BBC. chap- ,,.... Hoadquar-
school. iters. .. ; \\] be at the
--------------------------.------------------------------------------------------------i .-. hotel.
make
up I i n'n8
to 1 Day i
''' : "<'--
''ill be
mothers who ,
nd.
BEG i II be held
at 1 11 ia Li hten-
ti ii ;.: Cai S kind, adviser,
will be to 1 Jems. And
Bi Y will be thi ene of
the Winx Mother's Day affair.
A! o planning to h nor their
mothers in special programs are
: ie BZB, ALS an I DBG 11 a] ters.
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ZIONISTS MOBILIZE
FOR SHEKEL DRIVE
(CONT'NUED FROM PAGE 1)
TO HONOR OFFICERS
A dinner at the San Juan res-
taurant will honor new officers of
Rho chapter, Iota Alpha Pi, Mon-
day evening.
Honor guests will be Audrey
Epstein, chancellor; Joan Siegcl,
vice chancellor; Jache ]
corresponding secretary; U
Eisenstadt, secretary; tJJ
Goldfieid. treasurer.
"Joy" Alpert, these:>J
didate for Chi Omega t
queen, was runner-up itj
test last Friday.
TRUER TO FORM
#IM3
TONIGHT
Featuring
A STAR STUDDED HOT BOX
9th Hace
Over the 5 16th Mile Course
ENTRIES
Little Dan Hakall
Track Teaser Alw'ys H. Bert
Ocean Drive Hi Tex
Just Rube Blended
ONLY DOG TRACK OPEN
IN MIAMI AREA
EXPRr.SS TRANSPORTATION
ROUTES TO BISCAYNE
From Miami: Miami Tranut buses
leave corner of N. E. lit Ave. and
... every 15 m,n- darting at
Si ,MV Fr0m Miami Beach:
.?.?? Jour bu,e* leave corners
of 14th 23rd and 71st St. at Collins
Ave. starting at 7:15 P.M. and every
15 mm. until 8:15. Sportsman Bui
K.7 l'" 7,h St at Collins
i < hd 7:45 P.M. lnter.
hi. ?vi CJ,msDnv "ves 1451 Col.
'me Ave. 7:15 nightly.
TRACK ?
15.000 Sirm nhoff de-,
as a campaign
. if succi ssful, will have an |
i ral efl pon the
vi rnments in
thi i 111 al disposition ol Pali

thi Shi kel campaign
will also trati Zionist'
solid : ponents of thi
movement within Jewish ranks,
he said,
"This of all tii .. the hour
e their i onfidi nee
in Zi nisi ," Simoi hi If de-
''' th thi re] rt of the
Angl i ii Inquiry commit-
t-pagi news,
an oppor-
tunity to ri pub-
ble to the Zion-
At thi meel lay, com-
mittei organized to ell
Bal-
ibe oi
at B David
tion.
I may
ch is a ci
P in the Zion-
I
1,1'" I n if :. I. gates
I Zionist Coi
' not ye been rele
i Thi
heduled to be held
"' Palestine, wi ,,,,, tllll).
the Congn ... .
some
w-<
115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th
RE-ELECT
GEORGE S.QKELL
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
?I'd. Pol. Adv by a Knend.
MY JEWISH FRIENDS
IF YOU ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY OF THE:"
LOWING: COLDS IN THE HEAD. COUGHi
HOARSENESS. CATARRAH. BRONCHIAL TUBES I
BEING CONGESTED. ASTHMA. SINUS, ETCjJ
can obtain an absolute FREE SAMPLE ol PAGfS
INHALERS made in cigarette form of Herbs ~n
Assyria, etc. The very best obtainable for the cixm
mentioned afflictions, at DRUG STORES. ASKFOBA
FREE SAMPLE. Our slogan is "TRY THEM BEFOBE
YOU BUY THEM." They have been used by mi&M
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sample and use your own judgment as to the be* j
ficial results you receive. Regular sizes as ic'Jon
20 Cigarettes 35c 45 for 60c 95 lor $L&
All Leading Drug Stores Sell Them in Miami trod
Throughout the World
One important word more is that the Mediand
Smoke reaches the afflicted parts where liquids ffl
not be used Therefore samples will be given fotta
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Holland
^ tot UNITED STlTfs
SENATE
Let's Have Only One Bill
For ALL Taxes
VOTE FOR
R. B. GAUTIEMI
for
STATE LEGISLATE
Return Him to the Job He Did So
Well Before He Entered the Navy


)AY. MAY 3. 1946
irry
Saffer Elected President
+**!%* IhrMlrui
( HCCH; Tobin Heads Board
Harry
iiac
Saffer was elected president of the National Children's
- Home at the annual meeting held last week. Charles
retiring president, was elected chairman of the board of
ernors.
stepping
Lded in 1938.
out of the office he has held since the Home was
Tobin declared that the local institution will
and its facilities for rheumatic fever victims.
toted with Saffer were Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Oscar Frankel
A I Tobin, vice presidents; Dave Emmer, treasurer; Mrs.
entine Kemp, secretary
PAGE FIVE
nan.
governors: Charles
chiinnan: and Judge Morris
fck Samuel Cohen, Maurice
Harry Cornblum, Benedict
hum, Milton Dreyfus, Dave
L- Oscar Frankel, Sol Gold-
',,.. n ird Jacobus, Myron
Joseph Rose, Harry
Benjamin Slote, A. J.
' apd Joseph Williamson.
Emmer was named secre-
|to the board of governors.
Led to the board of trustees
jMi'. and Mrs. Oscar Frankel,
js. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
bh Williamson, Mrs. J. K.
oi Mrs. Camila Baum, Mrs.
iFadiman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
| Mrs. Clementine
Leonard Marcus,
[Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Ger-
, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
(Se, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I Mrs. B. W. Slote,
Jind Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Mrs.
ian Wronker, Mr. and Mrs.
[el Cohen, Judge Morris
ice Cohn, Harry
blum. Ben Danbaum, Dave
fer. Leonard Jacobus, Myron
[ Milton Dreyfus.
unnal advisory board mem-
|a:v Harry Dnnenfeld, Ben-
Finkel, Mrs. Jane Fox,
Arthur Levine, Lou
\\(wc. Jacob B. Steinfeld, J.
ppitt Sophie Tucker, Rae
Sai Cohen and Mrs.
kel.
I. Herzog Heads
le Auxiliary
Louis Herzog was named
:.! f the Miami Women's
,-v the Jewish Home
|i A I Tuesday afternoon.
)ill be installed May 28.
officers who will assist
kcluc'e Mrs. Marian Gould,
Raff, and Mrs. Sadie
bk, vice presidents; Mrs.
bn Jacobs, recording secre-
(r':. Fineman, corresponding
bry: Mrs. Charles Koven,
pal si Mrs. Harry
ler. tn asurer,
Mrs. Becky Levine, audi-
i B Kandel, scrgeant-at-
|Mi>. Isidor Cohen, parlia-
fian.
Joel Zalis, retiring presi-
fas named honorary presi-
de election meeting.
fccial board meeting of the
p has been called for 2
hsday at the home of Mrs.
linger, 1786 S. W. 10th st.
TO FETE VETERAN
Intelligence Officer
To Speak for Masada
Capt. Edward Rayles, former
counter-intelligence officer on
Oen. Eisenhower's staff in the
ETO, will be guest speaker when
the local Masada chapter is re-
organized at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The chapter, affiliated with the
national young men's Zionist or-
ganization, will meet at 1808
James ave, Miami Beach, home
of Miss Natalie Frankel, president
of Junior Hadassah. Miss Fran-
kel and other members of her
organization will be hostesses
during the social hour that will
follow the meeting.
Harold George Shapiro, chair-
man of the Masada committee for
the Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission, has invited all young
men between the ages of 18 and
An open house, honoring their
son and daughter-in-law on his
return from the service, will be
held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday by ; 25 to attend the meeting.'
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meyers, 1610
S. W. 16lh ave. Their son, Harold
S. Meyers, has just been dis-
charged from the Army after 27
months in the ETO as a sergeant.
IOOF Honors Goldstein
David Goldstein of Miami Beach
has been re-elected grand treas-
urer of the International Order of
Odd Fellows of Florida for the
third time.
He has also been appointed a
colonel on General Commander
Cunningham's staff and will be
representative at the Sovereign
grand lodge which will meet
Columbus, Ohio, in September.
MRS. LACHS WILL BE
INSTALLED WEDNESD'Y
Book Review Planned
Installation of officers wiU be
held by Dade chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, at the
Sherry NormanCile restaurant on
Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Leo Marcus, founder-
president of the chapter, is chair-
in man of the luncheon and will pre-
jsent Mrs. Clementine Kemp, in-
stalling officer.
New officers to be inducted are
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president;
Mrs. Charles Raab, Mrs. Charles
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will re-
view David Meckler's "Miracle ,
Men" at an open meeting of the ^arenthal. Miss Roz King, vice
Young People's league Sunday presidents; Mrs. Joseph Rose,
evening at the Miami Beach Jew- {recording secretary; Mrs. Oscar
Ad ler, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. George Furman, financial
l.
ish Center.
Refreshments, group singing
and games will follow. Members
and their friends
vited to attend.
have been in-
i secretary, and Mrs. Edward Gold-
iberg, treasurer.
P TO SPEAK
"BEACH LODGE
I Saul B. Appelbaum will
ft speaker at a meeting of
Vh lodge of B'nai B'rith,
p. Tuesday at the Beach
Fd'ng to George Bertman,
hi.
I for the B'nai B'rith con-
to be held in Baltimore
fr.'l of May, will be dis-
Refreshmenta will be
[at the conclusion of the
C which has been arrang-
Talter Kovner.
GUST BROS rv,
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RE.ELECT
|RGE S. OKELL
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^LEGISLATURE
l GROUP 1
1 ^ECONOMICAL
v by a Friend)
LET'S OUST LAZINESS!
A BLOT ON OUR RECORD
CANNON'S ABSENTEEISM PUTS HIM ON THE SPOT AGAIN
Absent 17 Times Out of 26
We Can't Laugh This Off
As Cannon Tries To Do.
The Herald Washington Bureau report* that out
of twenty-six roll calls our Representative Cannon
was absent seventeen tunes during the second
session of the 79th Congress from January 14th
to March 24th, 1946. This record is shown in a
chart reproduced here. Here is how you read
the chartN stands for NO; Y stands for YES;
NV STANDS FOR NOT VOTING.
Absent yourself from your job for seventeen days
out of twenty-six and see what would happen
your children would go without food, your rent
would not be paid, clothing would be out of the
question. What would happen to us if our Doctor
decided to work only nine days in twenty-six
or the garbage collector failed to do his work
35 per cent of the time? Yes. it would be a
pitiful state of affairs. But our Representative
Cannon has gotten away with itso far!
The stakes in Washington are too high for
Florida and the decisions are too far-reaching
for us to sit back and not be vigorously reprr
sented. One cannot call Cannon's record gooc
it is not even fairask cmy school child whe
35 marks out of 100 would bring. The child wou'
be considered backward. In Cannon's case it i
intolerable, for he represents us in Washingtc
where votes are the difference between we Am'
icons maintaining our way of life or losing i
Dls. Congressman 11:2 3,4;5,'6i7i819110,11,121314.15; 16,1718,1920,212223242526!
J i Pelerson,_D_
T IPrietJ___
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VOTE 'or
GEORGE
SMATHERS
CONGRESS
DEPENDABLE CAPABLE
7 HIS outstanding young man has
decided to do something about Cannon's
deplorable and unsatisfactory represen-
tation of this District. He has a brilliant
record. As a D. A. he smashed notorious
"white slave" rings here, and as a Marine he
helped smash the Axis. Smothers' record
can stand a lot oi looking into for it portrays
ACTION. THOUGHT and SINCERITY. Give
George Smothers your vote on May 7th. and
let's eradicate absenteeism up in Washing-
ton.
* AGGRESSIVE
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Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue^Miami Fla.
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FRVn K SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher
F RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor^____
----------------------------*~~ NUMBER 18
VOLUME 1!) .,,.> 1048
Miami 18. Florida. Friday, May^lMO
1YAR 2. 5706
Governor Supports
Jewish Homeland
LET'S GET GOING NOW!
As news of the Anglo-American inquiry ff^SZ
and released this week, reached the public, vary y
greeted the recommendations.
The acceptance =1 ^^oS'oOoT^h ^SSTSl 1S2
the immediate admission of IUU.UUU jew.sn f br0Ught
tine, was accorded a welcome reception This action m^g
encouragement, since it provide. ^"J^^X The
devastated and disaster-trodden Jews a new lease on me
added advantage is the substantial number to be added to ou
ranks in Palestine. They will strengthen our cause and further
our chances toward achieving the ultimate "P^^J^
of the almost unanimous voice of world Iery. This^hope
also supported by great numbers of our Christian neighbors.
The absorption of these Jews into the political ^economic
life of the country, will, in turn, become the most potent weapon
against the often claimed, but never subs ontiated, argument
that the limited absorptive capacity of Palestine makes it in-
advisable to open its doors to free Jewish immigra tion.
The committee's unanimous opinion advocating the abroga-
tion of the White Paper of 1939, which immediately would re-
open the purchase of land to the Jewish people, was likewise
well taken. ..
Our leadership at the outset vociferously opposed the estab-
lishment of the committee, fearing that, at best, it would be but
a stall We would have been naive to have expected a recom-
mendation advocating a Jewish commonwealth Therefore, the
stand by the inquirers did not come as a surprise.
Dissatisfaction was immediately expressed in this regard.
But so valiant a struqgle as has been waged by Zionists wi
not be given up. The victories achieved in this long uphill
battle serve as added determination to secure that to which ;
we are entitled.
So much for the report but the aftermath, since its publica-
tion, is frought with many implications. The columns of the
daily press and the air waves have been filled with repercus-
sions Constantly changing opinions appear in rapid suc-
cession.
The Arabs up in arms, striking and threatening, are muster-
ing every ounce of antagonism against acceptance of the report.
Disappointing is Britain's attitude. Attlee's cool attitude now
is guite different from his original pledae to support the in-
quirers' stand. His passing the buck and delaying tactics are
already seen and the issue is but a few hours old. More
dismaying, much more so, is the reported coldness of Congress
in shying away from intervention and support asked by Britain
in its buck passing.
A vital question is at hand. Americans who have carried
the issue thus far will make mandatory an affirmative action
by their congressmen, who until now have substantially indi-
cated endorsement of Zionism through words and promises.
Material support is essential now. Congress must not and
cannot stop now. It must wield an influence upon Great Britain
that will once and for all bring her policies out in the open.
Each of us must exert our every energy in this direction.
Shopping Companion For The Next 90 Days
Millard F. Caldwell
address before a
gaihering of three hundred Zion-
Thurrday evening. April
... ent: ..TheUme
the history of the world
when the Jews ought to ta
and should hav.. ane must have
a place to call their own.
r Caldwell was th
speaker t the annual af-
fair of the Miami Zionist Dis
met arranged to benefit the or-
expansion ana Jr
Governor
keynoted his
you can Rft
' n s
program.
-I don'1 know how
t lh0 worW;
the governor said. "Palestine >>
,.. awav; Germany and PoUnd,
. war.stricken countries
,., break-
fast tables Thcj arefai removed
fromth i eakfas tables.
Those people are worrying about
....... 5. in the ab-
. cc, pci ip. >n
.; when it down
i permanent action
. ,, get things moving.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, toast-
,. .. thi even ng, following
address, stated:
mental e is not the
. tonight, we want
vou to understand. As much as
me to testify our loyalty to
loyalty to you
as gow '' state- w' "
, youi words and responsi-
bilitv, individual responsibility,
as well as the callousness and
" part of the
citizens of the state. We recog-
nize thai problem, ol course.
Among our people in relationship
to the Zionist cause, it is only
natural that within a state, so
within a gr< up, tin re will be dif-
i, renci s in opinion. We want
know as head of our state,
that overwhelmingly, not only the
Jewish population of Florida, but
also the Christians that know the
:. oi Pali stine, are over-
whelmingly in agreement that
there must be the rehabilitation
of Palestine as a Jewish common-
wealth."
Harrj Cordon was chairman of

raiDAY.MAY'
END OF WHITE PAPER, NO COMMONWEAL
INDICATED IN INQUIRY COMMITTEE
(Continued from Page One)
ship agreement by the United Nations, administer p. 1
according to the Mandate which declares that "the ad J
tion of Palestine, while ensuring that the rights and
other sections of the population are not prejudiced, i
ate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions."
Says Palestine Should Be Neither Jewish Nor Arab Sk*
In order to dispose "once and for all" of the exclusive ck.1
of Jews and Arabs to Palestine, the report recommends SI
lowing principles: '
1. Jew shall not dominate Arab, and Arab shall not
Jew in Palestine.
3. The form of government ultimately to be j
shall, under international guarantees, fully protect and Jji
the interests in the Holy Land of Christendom and of the Mok
and Jewith faiths.
4 Palestine must ultimately become a state which
the rights and interests of Moslems, Jews and Chrisua
dot&j^l
Jans :4I
meastnJ
Inquiry Report Invokes
Arab General Strike
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
'Wi will Krai) at any straw
R who will help
Tl i A said that the
: :'. sui d last night in Lon-
Washington, "must be
resisted by the unanimous eyV
: ',.'. Arab and M
"Wi '. will all the
Hussi ini
li i iving us of in-
Wi are
:. lations
will pi .-. Palestine into bli ody
lent reai I i
It all Arab countries
countrii ven more
'' i P ili ru itself."
'' edAliJin-
I the Moslem
red th it the report
i bi trayal of the
the Arabs."
morning news-
papei II k< r in Tel Aviv corn-
that the report
not ju tice, but charity,"
ewspapei Aldiffa
' the report as
lo-American conspiracy
which wil mpleti ly rejected
by all Arabs and Moslems."
and accords its inhabitants, as a whole, the fullest
self-government, consistent with the three principles set fail
above.
Mandate to ContinaeArab Advancement Is Recommend I
The report emphasizes that the inquiry committee :kj.|
the conclusion that the hostility beween Jews and Arabs.ST
particular the determination of each to achieve domination
necessary by violence," makes it almost certain that now
for some time to come, any attempt to establish either an;
pendent Palestinian state or two independent Palestinians
would result in civil strife which might threaten the peacedl
world.
The committee therefore recommends that, until this 1
disappears, the government of Palestine be continued i
present, under Mandate, pending execution of a
agreement by the United Nations.
At the same time, the report recommends that themand
or trustee proclaim the principle that the economic, educal
and political advancement of the Arabs in Palestine is of <
importance with that of the Jews. Also that the man
immediately prepare measures designed "to bridge the i
which now exists" and raise the Arab standard of living!
of the Jews, and bring the two peoples to "a full appredatdj
their common interests and common destiny in the land 1
they both belong."
Abolition of Existing Land Restrictions for Jews Is Urged
Criticizing the Palestine land transfer regulations cf 1
under which Jews were prevented from acquiring land it J
tain sections of the country, the report recommends:
1. These regulations should be rescinded and replacedi]
regulations based on a policy of freedom in the sale, I
use of land, irrespective of race, community or creed, win
adequate protection should be provided for the inter* ij
small owners and tenant cultivators.
2 That steps be taken to render "nugatory" and to ]
provisions in conveyances, leases and agreements relt
lund which stipulate that only members of one race,
or creed may be employed on or about or in connection
with.
3. The government should exercise such close
over the Holy Places and localities, such as the Sea of (
and its vicinity, as will protect them from desecration andl
uses which offend the conscience of religious people.
Wants Jewish Agency to Cooperate in Suppression oi T
The committee recommends that if its report is
should be made clear "beyond all doubt" to both Jetil
Arabs that any attempt from either side, by threats ol r
by terrorism, or by the organization or use of illegal i
prevent its execution, will be "resolutely suppressed."
"We express the view," the report says, "that the I
Agency should at once resume active cooperation with tM
datory in the suppression of terrorism and of illegal lranfr
and in the maintenance of that law and order throughout?
tine which is essential for the good of all, includini
immigrants."
Urges Consultation With Neighboring Arab Sta*
The report recommends that "the examination,
and execution" of plans dealing with large-scale <
and industrial development of Palestine," should be I
from the start and throughout in full consultation and
tion not only with the Jewish Agency, but also withy
ments of the neighboring Arab states directly affect*-
In making this recommendation, the rePf ^^
various plans for agricultural and indusrtial
in
an
develop
MIAMIANS ANSWER
S.O.S. APPEAL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
contributions are being sent to
one pool by organizations all over
the country.
"A central Jewish committee
decides where to send the sup-
plies, she explained, "and over-
lapping it eliminated."
Palestine have been "presented to the committee far
Hon. "These projects," the report says, "if succe~!i,.
into effect, could not only greatly enlarge *? J^i^l
country to support an increasing population, but m>
living standards of Jew and Arab alike ^
"We are not in a position," the report continues,^ ^^
the soundness of these specific plans, but we can
strongly that, however, technically feasible IMT"^
will fail unless there is peace in Palestine. **
full success requires the willing cooperation ot 9
states, since they are not merely Palestinian P^^l
The committee also recommends that "in
conciliation of the two peoples and of g*nera JTol
the Arab standard of living, the educational system
and Arabs be reformed, including the introduction*
education within a reasonable time."


ps@&^3se%
LlY, MAY 3. 1946
+Jen 1st Thriller
PAGE SEVEN
>ngrcs$ to Install Mrs. Glasser;
firing President to be Feted
b Louis Glasser, new presi-
0f the Beach chapter of the
li'fc division, AmericaniJw-
Kess, will be installed at
K at 1 P.- Thursday at
Icl,. Beth Slu.lom.
E Benjamin Sherry, presid-
loff.cer fr the day, will pre-
iRabb. Leon Kron.sh, Cantor
[uel Kelemer and Hy Fried,
Inist during the program.
L Moses Krieger will mtro-
Mr- S. H, Leslie, retiring
Idenl, wi' ill install the new
lcl< Mrs, Krieger was named
fcrarv life president and Mrs.
fee, honorary president, at the
lions Monday.
[hl.r officers are Mrs. Rose
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry,
t. Firestone, Miss Clara
enbert;. Mrs. Kmanuel Bas-
and Mis Sam Prosterman,
piv.;.ei< nts.
Mrs Gord in Wolkenberg,
urer; Mrs, Charles Gross-
,1 cial secretary; Mrs.
[nie Kimball, auditor; Mrs.
|a Feld. recording secretary;
Arthur Klein, Mrs. Laura
howiU and Mrs. Edna Soifer,
tspondinK secretaries.
Mrs. Leslie will be honored
i reception at 2 p.m. Monday.
20, at the Miami Women'*
Reservations for the af-
may be made with Mr.
Slip Salmon, 5-5282; Mrs. Max
bisel, 5 7253, or Mrs. Rose
SCHOOL ADDS
ICULTY MEMBERS
Ibi'it H. McClain, certified
|ic accountant in Florida and
as. and H. 1'. Forrest, attorney
w, have joined the faculty of
Peninsular insti-
tute, new school
of accounting and
business admin-
istration.
McClain, prac-
ticing public ac-
countant and
partner in the
I public account-
/jra I ing firm of Co-
*V* -J* s tar, McClain
h. Mccia.n a n d Company,
ni, will teach accounting at
[institute.
Test, ;. practicing attorney
member of the Florida Bar,
cs o c i a t e d
th the law
of More-
id, Pa Hot,
^h & Phillips,
mi.
was form-
w 11 h the
ted States
Jsury depart-
|t, Bureau of
kial R e v e-
as agent en- H- p- Forreit
in handling income tax
[estate and gift tax investiga-
te has also lectured on
ral taxation.
Firestone. 5-2083.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were the Mesdames S. Ap-
pelbaum, M. Mescheloff, Irving
Lehrman, M. Grauer, Leon Kron-
ish, J. Kaplan. Max Shapiro, M.
Arnold, Sam Blank, Daniel Broad,
Leon Ell, J. Engel, E. Friend, Max
Greenberg. Pauline Grundwerg.
And the Mesdames D. Harris,
Jack Hirsch, J. Kane, Leonard
Kimball, Alexander Kogan, Ray
Lack, N. Lesowoder, S. Maepcr,
Murray Maurer, Max Meisel,
Benjamin Meyers, Lee Meyers,
Jennie Mills, Louis Miller, Fran-
ces Powell, L Rotsprecher, Joseph
Rose, M. Raff, Philip Salmon,
Sam Sapiro, I. Silberlicht.
Also elected to the board were
the Mesdames R. Schultz, K.
Stein, A. H. Shoher, Arthur
Triester, Carl Weinkle, E. Weiss,
I. M. Weinstein, Ed Weinstein, B.
B. Wolf, I Wohl. Lena Wolk, A.
E. Woolfe, B. Zimmerman, Harry
Zeilingcr, and Miss Malvina
Weiss.
Showboat to Carry
Hebrew School Group
When the "Showboat" leaves
the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce docks at 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day, members of the Miami He-
brew School and Junior Congre-
gation will be aboard.
The bout ride, sponsored by the
organization, will feature danc-
ing, games and refreshments. In-
formation about the affair may
be obtained from Mrs. E. A. Moss,
reservations chairman, at 2-7115.
The congregation will hold its
membership social Tuesday eve-
ning. May 14, at the Biscayne
Temple. Lois Ann Deever, dancer,
and Herbert Nook, comedian, will
appear on the program.
The group is seeking a South-
west section location on which
to erect a school building.
Mothers' Day Brunch
Set By Junior Group
Mothers of Junior Hadassah
members will be honored at a
brunch at noon Sunday in the
National hotel, according to Miss
Doris Albin, chairman. A pro-
gram in connection with Moth-
er's Day will highlight the morn-
ing's entertainment.
Among the honored guests will
be the women of Senior Hadas-
sah, who will act as proxy motn-
ers for the University of Miami
members whose families are not
Miami residents.
Assisting Miss Albin are Miss
Toby Cooper, cochauman; Miss
Jackie Drosd, decorations; Miss
Rosalind Kivel, program, and
Miss Roslyn Drosd, corsages. Mrs.
Alex Van Straaten, one of Jun-
ior Hadassah's sponsors, is con-
tecting the members of Senior
Hadassah.
This evening, Junior Hadassah
will participate in services at
Temple Beth Sholom. The Misses
Doris Albin, Toby Cooper, Celia
Dobrin and Dorothy Susman will
be guest speakers. Assisting the
hostesses at the Oneg Shabbat
which will follow the services will
be Selma Lewis, Lucille Yagoda,
Rosyn and Jackie Drosd.
Minyan Saves Lives
Of Destitute Children
Miami Hadassah
Names Mrs. Carp
Mrs. oseph S. Carp will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Hadassah late in May, it was an-
nounced Monday following her
election.
Other new officers are Mrs.
Moe Feingold, first vice president;
Mrs. Jack Stone, second vice
president; Mrs. David Sernaker,
third vice president; Mrs. J. Mar-
tin Fishman, treasurer; Mrs. Sid-
ney Lefcourt. financial secretary;
Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding
secretary, and Mrs. Harry Min-
koff, recording secretary.
Mrs. Carp paid tribute to the
work of the temporary officers,
headed by Mrs. Joel Belov, who
organized the group approximate-
ly four months ago.
George Baker Joins
Advertising Agency
George Baker, general art di-
rector of the Florida Power &
Light Co. since 1934, has resigned
to become a member of the firm
of the Arnold D. Brown Advertis-
ing agency, Brown announced
Saturday.
Baker will be in charge of all
of the agency's creative work, lay-
out, art and production work,
with headquarters at the agency's
offices. 755 Flagler st.
Emanon Club Sponsors
Swim-Dance Sunday
Hendersonville Resort
Adds Swimming Pools
ction of officers and the
mg of a Palestinian film will
Wight a meeting of the Beth
W P. T. A.. 8 p.m. Monday
9 al the congregation
film is entitled "The Land
omise."
ISION
We Correct
* Near Sightedness
* Far Sightedness
k Astigmatism
* Cross Eyes
"k Cataracts
Without Use of Glasses,
Drugs or Surgery
|Co"'ulUtlon without Ch,rge
fu*L TRAINING INSTITUTE
R. ISA RIPS In Charge
*'" B.ach ph(
. 1466 Wash.
Phone 6-0471
A luxurious swimming pool for
adults and a smaller pool and
playground for children have
been added to the Duncraggan
Inn, by Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis,
owners of the Hendersonville,
N.C. vacation spot.
Reservations are now being
taken for June through Septem-
ber.
Since purchasing the Inn from
Jennie Seiden and Adeline Litt-
man, the owners have completely
redecorated and renovated all
buildings. They have also arrang-
ed for dancing, entertainments,
parties, horseback riding, golfing
and other recreations.
Mrs. Lewis, the former Blanche
Meufeld, was a Miami Beach resi-
dent for many years and at one
time served as president of the
Miami section, National Council
of Jewish Women.
An Hadassah Minyan group,
headed by Mrs. Joseph Pomer-
ance, will meet at the home of
Mrs. Chutkow, 2835 Fairgreen dr.,
at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to continue
its work as a study and child
rescue group. Prof. Waldman, of
New York's City college, will be
guest speaker.
Formed in February with sev-
eral other Minyanim, the group
meets every other Tuesday and
reviews current events, books,
Jewish and Zionist endeavors.
Each person who attends pays
$1.50 toward the $360 necessary
to help rescue one child from
destitute Europe and transfer him
to Palestine.
"After only five meetings, we
have collected $270.50," Mrs. Pom-
erance reports. The group has 24
regular members. Meetings are
open to women who are interested
in attending.
A swim dance for members and
their bursts will be held by the
Emanon club Sunday evening at
the Venetian pools, according to
Sam Grcenstein, social chairman.
Swimming is scheduled from
7:30 till 9 p.m.. when the dance
will begin. Admission is 50 cents
per person. Assisting Grcenstein
with the arrangements is Sey-
mour Siiron.
Next regular meeting of the
club will be held Wednesday eve-
ning at the Miami Y.
To Hold Barn Dance
A gala barn dance will be held
by the Temple Beth Sholom Fra-
tority 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening
at 4144 Chase ave. Guests have
been asked to dress up in their
oldest clothing for the occasion.
Refreshments, entertainment
and games are promised.
LEGAL NOTICES
The noted art creator is a grad-
duate of Carnegie Tech and first
began his career as an artist and
cartoonist for national newspaper
syndicates, later developing the
Katjenjammer comic series.
For the past 12 years, he has
directed the art work of the ex-
tensive advertising program of
the Florida Power & Light, which
have served as models of utility
advertising throughout the coun-
try.
NOTICE is' HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of LANOFORU VENETIAN Itl.INO
RECONDITIONING CO., :it 00" S. W.
3rd Ave., Miami, inti-ndx to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
i-uii Court >>f Dade County, Florida,
ROSE MALMUTH,
Sole Owner.
S/3-10-17-24-31
Religious Book Week
Set for May 5 to 12
Local observance of Religious
Book Week, May 5 to 12, will
coincide with the national annual
drive to stimulate reading of
books of a spiritual value, spon-
sored by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
Broadcast of a play, "Burning
of Books," will be heard 10 p.m.
Wednesday over Station WGBS,
according to Dr. Andrew W. Gott-
schall, Florida director of the con-
ference. The Little Theatre group
of Miami will present the play,
which was written especially for
the conference by Chester Wright.
Libraries, schools, synagogues
and churches will feature relig-
ious literature throughout next
week, Dr. Gottschall said.
ELECT
WILBUR C.
KING
of Zolfo Springs, Hardee
County. Florida
FLORIDA
RAILROAD
COMMISSIONER
Group One
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
MAY 7. 1946
YOUR VOTE AND ACTIVE SUPPORT WILL
BE APPRECIATED
Pd. Political Adv.
RE-ELECT
GEORGE S.0KELL
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
(I'd Pol. Adv. by :i Friend)
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz are
in New York for the wedding of
their niece. Their daughter, Lil-
lian, preceded them. They will
remain over the Passover holi-
days.
L. Trachtenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Zamoren and young daughters
have left for their summer home
in Ellenville, N. Y. While here
they resided at 736 L st.
B'nai B'rith Girls officiated at
services at Temple Beth El Fri-
day night.
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413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach, Fla.
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
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PAGE EIGHT
+JelstnujM*!L
Fourth District is "Rich Orphan
Due to Cannon, Smathers Charges
______ [Governor Ellis Arnall of Georgia,
Throughout his campaign for in fighting the unfair freight rates
the Fourth District congressionr/ which have hampered the_devei-
seat, Candidate George A. SSraath- opment of Southern ^ustry.
ers has been hammering at in- Smathers. who attracted nation
cumbent Pat Cannon's "absentee- al atten .n with hi.^ succ ..
Ism" from the floor of the House prosecution of the La i aioma ..
when vital national issues have here in 1942 before entermg Uu
been at stake. service, celled for a broade. so
_ _:i .-.....,. ,,- nrn.'r.im 101
been at stake.
Smathers will review Can-
non's record at a Bayfronl park
rally 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Can-
didates for all offices have been
invited to speak briefly and a
special invitation has been ex-
tended to Cannon to share lime
on the same platform.
sei urity
program for
country, and equal distribution
among all states of federal funds
for the ag( d.
He als( favors estabhsl i
in this district of a 1.000 bed ve-
terans' administration
and has pledged introduction and
: port, if elected, <
Florida JWV
To Reorganize
Smathers has revealed that the g on.
istr.ct was represented at only other measures fo. the ben. lit
per cent of the roll calls in
d
29
Washington this year.
"During this same period Flor-
ida's other congressmen were vot-
ing 79 percent of the time," the
former Marine captain declared.
GEORGE SMATHERS
Tinning the tables, he asks:
"Where was Pat Cannon when
war veti i ans.
Estal nt of a veti
administration Reconstruction Fi-
SJS ess voted to declare war on
in govern Germany? How does Cannon jus-
ment l> ans with a minimum oi tj,v ,....
of
"This means the rest of the I ollateral and red tape m a* lhe draft a few moi
received more than two-and-a- on his program, as is a renami- Pcari Harbor, when ht
half times as much representation H f":' aU \' ***" *** threatened? How
as this district."
"It is small wonder this sec-
tion has become the rich orphan
so to speak, which pays a major ,plal
enable them to go into business
ly.
In line with his veterans'
he fav< rs "immediate
portion'of the federal taxes col- payment to enlisted men of se-
lected in Florida, and yet re- cumulated leave pay, n< states,
ceives so little in return, either j In r< I questions asked by
in Federal works, or in recogni- his nt, Smathers says he is
tion." i the cross-state canal
Smathers, veteran of 18 months as "an lh;it
service in the Pacific, and for- would require useless expenditure
mer special assistant to the Unit- of federal funds."
11, : i li< ves that the U. S.
,11 atomic bomb se-
crets until swell time as the Unit-
ed Nati ns proves that it is an
effective organizational instru-
ment f' i' world peace.
-Rii dealt with in a
cd States Attorney General, is
equally strong in his criticism of
the discriminatory freight rates
which are "keeping canni
mills, factories and other indus-
tries out of South Florida."
"Upon a basis of a 600-mile
haul of a 40.000-pound net load straightforward, firm and fair
the cost per car to the railroad is l;., nd thi igh the machin-
$18.60 less in the South than in y of UN To deal with Russia
the North," he revealed. "Yet the UN uld constitute
rates are 40 percent higher in the ,. : n of UN and bring a
South." Ireturn of power polities. I am un-
it elected to congress, Smath- all blj opposed to that," he
ers said, he will join his frii i d, lai -.
RE-ELECT
VAN E. BLANTON
TO
BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
District 1
HE DEVOTES HIS ENTIRE TIME TO THE DUTIES
OF THE OFFICE AND SUPPORTS A SOUND,
PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL SYSTEM
vote against extension of
months before
he knew war
does Can-
non justify speaking in behalf of
OPA before the Miami Beach
nts' League and, before the
Greater Miami Apartment House
Association, asserting that 'I
t OPA then and I will fight
it now?' How does Cannon ex-
plain his absence and failure to
vote more than 50 per cent of the
on measures before the house
in 1945? Why was Cannon absent
and not voting when the Patman
bill to provide housing for vet-
erans was voted on in the house?"
As the congressional race en-
tered the home stretch, Richard
G. Danner. former head of the
Miami FBI and manager of the
Smathers campaign, felt certain,
he said, that his candidate "will
win by a large majorityt."
BARTON REVIEW SET
Edward Clarke will review
Percy H. Eplyer's "Life of Clara
Barton. Founder of the American
Red Cross,'" at the Spinoza Forum,
124 11th st., Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 p.m.
Dr. V. L. Singley will lecture
on health Tuesday evening.
l'.i. !
ELECT
Circuit Judge
PAUL D.
BARNS
JUSTICE OF THE
SUPREME COURT
OF
FLORIDA
(Group 2)
An Outstanding Record of Proven Ability
Trial Court Judge with 20 years experience and
now Senior Circuit Judge of Eleventh Judicial
Circuit .
WORLD WAR VETERAN NATIVE FLORIDIAN
PROMOTE AN EXPERIENCED JUDGE
I'd. Political Adv.
FOR A SOUND.
PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
ELECT
FRANCES O.
WARRINER
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
Group 2
Alert. Determined Worker
lor the Real Benefit ol
the People of Dade
County
HONEST
CONSCIENTIOUS
ENERGETIC
I'd. I'ollUcal Adv.
Reorganization of the Florida
state department of the Jewish
War Veerans will be undertaken
June 9 during sessions at the
Raleigh hotel, it was announced
tins week.
The state department, which
coordinates activities of JWV
posts throughout Florida, will be
reactivated to prepare for ex-
tensive organization of veterans.
Samuel Rifkind has been nam-
|ed general chairman and Maurice
Grossman, program chairman, for
the reorganization meeting. Israel
Feiden of St. Augustine is com-
mander of the state department.
AZA-BBG Council Plans
All-Day Outing At Beach
The ten local chapters of AZA
and B'nai B'rith girls groups will
hold an all-day outing at the
Beach Y and Miami Beach Jewish
Center Sunday, according to Joe
Reisman, chairman oi the Twin
City AZA-BBG council.
Breakfast, lunch and supper
will be served. Competitive ath-
letics and entertainment will be
on the program, of which Terry
Fishman is chairman.
Approximately 150 young men
and women arc expected to par-
ticipate .n the day's events.
Information of ta.
avikble at he J'H
by *he name of u, 'S
can identify IllSfi*!
>ng relatives in ?
finite identified4** M
established before J?* "
on may be taJ^N
Ritualarium to be
Completed Soon
The S25,000~Ti I
ing, locate,! at 151 Michigan*
is expected to be comfiS
the end of May. according
bi Moses Meschelofl T*
t^bein, delayed bv^
A constitution was adopwi
the sponsoring group the|
ters of Isra. I, at a mectinij.
day night at Beth Tfilah fa
Schechter is president of \k.
ganization and David Golfel
heads the building commits]
RE-ELECT
GEORGES.
to the
STATE LEGISLATE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
(I'd. I'..:. Adv. by a Priead)
ALL-CANDIDATE RALLY
Spessard L. Holland
for
U. S. SENATE
will share time he reserved at
BAYFRONT PARK. MONDAY. MAY 6 at 7:30
with other candidates
SPEAKING TIME ALLOTTED TO ALL CANDIDATES
Paid for by Dade County Friends of li"".and
, TOUBY
PAINTING
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,nd Bases Senate Campaign
||2-Year Political Record
Jen 1st fkwtdbf)
PAGE NINE
L L Holland, candidate
fnited States Senate, will
final pre-primary ap-
lin Miami at 7:30 p.m.
tin Bayfront Park- Flor-
l-time governor has In-
[candidates for the other
L appear with him and
f, c^es before the audi-
K is basing his campaign
K year record of active
ton i" State govern-
In discussing his qualifi-
[he has pointed to the
problems which con-
Ihe state during the war
.
1*-1
1
$c
/
_, which he was able to
[the advantage of Florida
' these were the increase
|e pensions of more than
I a quarter times, from
jmth to $28; an average
[of 40 per cent in teach-
_ries, which was accom-
hs a result of his tax pro-
lis program also brought
ly all real estate in the
fck to the active county
; i tax amend-
fcii-h provided the means
Lip interest rates on road
RE-ELECT
RGE S. OKELL
ITE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
ITRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
|1 .i Friend)
IP SKYLARK
FOR GIRLS
&ERSONVILLE. N. C.
^llments Now Being
Accepted
lelen Baker48-4929
ie Mooney2-3758
bonds enabling the state to save
many millions of dollars and at
the same time to re-establish the
credit of the counties and to make
more money available for badly
needed road construction.
Holland's record in the state
senate, where he served for eight
years as Polk's representative, in-
cludes authorship of numerous
agricultural laws. He sponsored
the Florida Fair Trade act and
was one of the authors of the
Florida school code.
He was also sponsor of the
workmen's compensation law; the
senate records show that he
voted for the child labor law, the
Florida department of labor bill,
the mechanic's lien act, old-age
pensions and teacher retirement
act.
"At Washington, it would be
my intention and effort to con-
tinue to render the same kind of
service that I have rendered in
state matters," the candidate has
declared.
Cannon Asks Return on
Independent Record
Pat Cannon, who seeks reelec-
tion to congress, has been repre-
sentative of the Fourth District
since 1938 In his campaign, he
points to his record of accomplish-
ments for his district$125,000,-
000 in federal money for public
projects, and his legislative work
for veterans and their families
and for agricultural groups.
Cannon has consistently fought
the proposed North Florida ship
canal. A member of the house
agricultural committee, he counts
vegetable growers of the district
among his supporters.
An "independent," he voted
against the Roosevelt administra-
Zionists Offer Camp Scholarship
For Two Prize-Winning Essays
Two young Miamians will win a month's scholarship to
the Brandeis Camp institute this summer as prizes in an essay-
contest sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth com-
mission, according to Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the con-
test committee. The camp is a Zionist leadership training in-
stitute.
"What Is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to
Palestine?" is the subject of the contest which is open to men
and women between the ages of 18 and 25 in Greater Miami.
The essay should not exceed 500 words and should be type-
----------------------------------------------o
Rabbi Kronish Conducts
Services At Nautilus
Saturday morning religious
Council for Judaism
Lauds Inquiry Group
Two resolutions concerning re-
habilitation of European Jews
have been approved by the South
Florida chapter of the American
Council for Judaism, Benjamin E.
Bronston, president, announces.
The first, offered by Herbert
U. Feibelman, commends the
Anglo-American committee on
its "reported approval of immi-
gration of 100,000 stateless Jews
from Europe to Palestine and the
virtual revocation of the British
White Paper."
The Council also passed a reso-
lution, made by Dr. F. H. Fisher,
favoring the placement of the dis-
pased persons problem under the
nited Nations.
morning
services arc being conducted at
the Nautilus veterans' hospital by
Rabbi Leon Kronish in conjunc-
tion with the Jewish Welfare
board, Leon Schulman, local JW
B representative, announces.
The JWB has also arranged for
weekly visitations to the hospital
by members of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association.
Activities for veterans and mili-
tary personnel stationed in this
area are being supervised by a
I coordinating committee which
has replaced the wartime Great-
er Miami Army-Navy committee,
Schulman said.
In process of formation, the
committee has limited its mem-
bership to organizations partici-
pating or contemplating partici-
pation in service to local veter-
tion on many domestic New Deal
issues.
During his service in the house,
Cannon supported the bills which
increased enlisted servicemen's
pay to $50 a month and increased
allowance for their dependents.
Maternity and infant care of en-
listed men's wives and babies has
also been his concern.
Cannon has also supported mus-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 16)
written, double spaced, on one
side of the paper, Mrs. Cohen
said. The prize-winning essays
may be used for publication by
the commission.
Entries should be addressed to
the Brandeis Camp Essay Con-
test, care of Bureau of Jewish
Education, 318 Congress bldg.,
Miami 32, by midnight, May 24.
The Brandeis Camp, named for
the late supreme court justice,
Louis D. Brandeis, is located on
Lake Kinneret at Winterdale, Pa.
It provides a schedule of studies,
work and social activities com-
bined with the principles of
leadership techniques. Sports,
field work, entertainment and
cultural activities are carried out
in the Palestinian manner. Out-
standing educators, thinkers and
scholars serve as visiting lec-
turers.
Judges for the local contest are
Abe Gannes, Harry Simonhoff,
an and military installations. No Max Meisel, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
chairman has been selected yet. !Fink and Rabbi Albert Michels.
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VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT
A. WILLIAM MORRISON
FLORIDA
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(Group One) (Statewide)
Born and Reared in Florida
Four Years a Member of Slate Board of Health
IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH, THESE VETERANS SPEAK .
[In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this
|war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regard to
Uervice men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL
IPECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration.
[CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave
|Jhe enlisted personnel of the armed forces $50 a month.
CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents of
wn and women in the armed forces.
CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and infant care for the
fives and babies of enlisted men.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men
nd women to carry them through the period of readjustment following the
nd of the war.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for the administration bill giving men and
Da?ln of the oraed forces the right to vote.
Pat CANNON worked and voted for the American Legion's GI Bill of Rights.
, J. CANNON worked and voted for the bill which increased monthly pensions
?t ?led ve,erans [M CANNON worked and voted for increased pensions for World War
'oterans.
.... ALSO--------
fAT CANNON was an ardent advocate for free postage for men and women
PToarmed ,0rCe8-
rAr. CANNON authored a bill in the House giving enlisted personnel same
FAT'naileave ***? ** officers enjoy.
" LANNON has investigated and processed over 500 individual veterans
** the Veterans Administration, and obtained either partial or com-
JFf relief in 63% of those cases. Dozens of similar cases are now pending
Pa new ones are instituted almost daily.
WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON
Pd. Political Adv.
ELECT
WEBSTER G. (Red)
WALLACE
YOUR
STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
Group 3 Democratic Primary
GI VETERAN WORLD WAR II
EXPERIENCED ABLE
Pd. Political Adv.
CAMPS KEEYUMAH CARMELIA
IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINSORSON. PA.
Elevation 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalow*, all facilities;
dietary laws; private camp for boys and girls 6 to H. Season
(July and August). D U O M f
MRS. A. P. GANNES t n u *J
1121 8th STREET, MIAMI BEACH *) 7 5 0 4
Elect
BILL
LANTAFF
to the
LEGISLATURE
(GROUP 3)
Veteran World War II Long Time
Dade County Resident Attorney-at-Law
ABLE AND PROGRESSIVE
_________________Pd. Political Adv.


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FRIDAY
Mai
Dade Voters to
in
p
Dade county voters will go to
the polls from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 7. to cast ballots
in the primary election for a U. S.
senator and congressman and sev-
eral county and state officers. A
total of 97.395 county residents
have qualified to vote.
At the same time. Dade free-
holders will decide the fate ol
eight county improvement meas-
ures.
The change from the previous
hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. an-
nounced by Charles H Crai
chairman of Dad. 's board of com-
missioners, was required by at-
torneys f-r the financi
that will pur. < Pro-
posed bonds, il a| |
Under the state law. ;
be open from till i itai
time With dayligl I I
ck is, in reality.
i ning
time will comply with th.
Of the total Dade reg
, C Hoi
i Iders ai
eligible to vol
countj

various offices.
Democratic registration totato
nt, 429, Holmer has re-
ted.
Most heated race in the elec-
tion fs that of Ge 'thers
nnon, incumbent who
i : to congress
d Henry B com-
the U. s. senate ,
Inth. testl I ttonjey,
Frank 0 Spain op| '
, ,, incumbent. Four can-
nmari
S"E *. *
TIa,';- i;c Stangand Charfe Gt!
CUmbent- "> Wj,
In Broup one, ^
JJIjfoad cmrmssC
*,U,am Malison, J
A Lanc,F^,
F- D- Akin and j*Jj
group two, Jcrrv ^
ters, incumoem. Williams and Carl}3
School board candidates whose { announced their I
names will be on the ballot are i the railrood post ^'^l
didatesJudgt Paul D. Barns, W.
Raleigh Petteway, James H. Tay-
lor and J. L. Lee are competing
for the vacant state supreme
court seat.
Three state legislative posts are
open in Dade county. Candidates
in group one are R. B. Gautier,
jr., Fred T. Hunt and George S.
Okell. incumbent; in group two,
H K Belli Richard Oelkers, jr.,
and Mrs. France* O. Warriner; in
group three, William C. Lantaff,
Webster G. Wallace and C. W.
Peters, incumbent.
HARLEY G. COLLINS
School BoardDistrict One
Contending that the
trict needs leadership by "a
younger man, with vision,
can keep abreast of t
Harley G. Collins is a cand
for the school b ard meml i
from district on<
tion ii tain adoi
ill bills tendii
nt
C. W. PETERS
Legislature
on no, rfaiherIfthre"
the necessities ol life. '
I, C W Peters assures his
titutcnts that the principte
ractice of financing the stat
{luxuries will continue to
is guide.
ft legation from
r W Pet. Dade, he feels that the lack. ol
ection' to the StaK "l>
1 :;: ; iv
Abu- m in Little Rivei lied witnout further aeiay.
d pen --------'
for the past lt> years, he adv
cates better physical I | le. '1 si
th, ..... powi
for trained teaching pi rsonnel. ,.
--------
WEBSTtR WALLACE
Legislature
that it
f*& les tax, as such a law,
,""; h. says, would lay the burd,
good 1. ....
^ n chUdreni
He t higher in-
be kept "1
:
that "I : '
cultural pi | gen.
'" f Dtd<; I : ind by the t legis-
produced and shipped to 1 ten lh;m
petition L mi ;
with IVesI
The vet. U(i t0
taxr ; e for 2*; be able to point to the fact thai
yeai nd who is a Un ty ,, tno
Mi next di tailed his'-
GLENN C. MINCER
Slate Attorney
"The best way to judge a candi-
date running for public office is
things he has accomplished
than the promises he
lies," says Glenn Mincer, in
his candidacy for
thi ffici ol stati attorney.
"After having serve d an ap-
prenticeship of more than 13
. : : childrei
i'. ti rs s
Wi
platform ui
He agaii I his stand ;
a plea '
for eci non vernmi nt under
the bill v. will introduce
providing that all state revi
be placed in ;. This
bill provides that all expendi-
tures be made by a central dis-
bursing office with all accounts
subject to audit. This too, he
said, would givi I vernor and
legislature control over appropri-
ations.
His platform, Wallace pointed
out, includes many subjects.
Among them are: 1 (Reduced
taxes; 2) Adequate housing and
jobs for veterans; 3) Increased
pay and adequate pensions for
school teachers; 4) Conservation
of Florida's resources and strict
game and fish laws; 5) Increased
old-age assistance; 61 Reduce the
voting age from 21 to 18 years;
7) Equal rights for women under
their sufferage; 8) Rehabilitation
of the state institutions; 9) Refer-
endum on all measures effecting
changes in political sub-divisions:
10) Harmony in the Dade dele-
luxury field. '1 is, taxes laid
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C L. CLEMENTS. PntUmt
years as assistant prosecuting at-
torney, the Governor of Florida
last July appointed mo to the of-
fice of state attorney, which I
have occupied since that time.
It is noteworthy that my opposi-
tion has not seen fit to find fault |
or criticize a single one of the
174 cases I have handled," he
declares.
"In furtherance of our determi-
nation to improve our methods
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 14)
RE-ELECT
GEORGE S. OKELL
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
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MINCER
CANDIDATE FOR
STATE
ATTORNEY
May 7. 1946
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MAY 3. J946.
*Jm!sLI!crician
PAGE ELEVEN
idates Announce Platforms
itate, National Office!
INTAFF
-Group Three
intnff. vigorous cam-
fZ a seal on the state
ffrom group three, has
K an "efficient" govern-
rFlorida and lower taxes^
L ., Miami attorney and
id World War II veteran,
Ls demands for economy
Tatc government and for
Cnization of its laws.
Inst of state government
Tfrom m me $3,500,000 to
)00 in the past few
Le (,.-, r Miami Beach
said, -Since Dade
Cov.d..- a major portion
Ida's revenue through
racing, liquor, cigarettes
line it i time we insisted
tcvin.;' ing spent ef-
|of the mary reasons
| .. ic in the cost of
i'nt is its complexity," the
Eyyer < xplained. "There
00 self-governing boards
I ns in Florida which
|tr their own funds with-
I accountable to the legis-
has accumulated a
Irom taxes of some $36,-
One of the main tasks
ext legislature should be
an efficiently run gov-
fco that taxi s may be low-
le declared. "You may
led that if I am elected
\f lature, I will
ionc "' the primary mis-
[ii :y reprcsenta-
WEEN
Dale
Irccn, candidate for the
ptatis si nate, is a former
nan. having served nine
ntative of the
pongressi mal district in
Florida and one term
fccntat.vi of the state at
1 ;' ildat. r was an unsuccess-fi i governor. r m includes,
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among other things, income tax
abolition in the lower brackets^
opposition to peace-time draft and
lifting government controls.
RICHARD OELKERS. Jr.
LegislatureGroup Two
Chief objective of Richard
Oelkers, jr., candidate for re-
election to the legislature from
group two is school district con-
solidation.
Oelkers was chief sponsor of
the 1945 bill for consolidation of
the ten special Dade county tax
school districts into a single unit
with three trustees.
He was one of a committee of
three who wrote the state adver-
tising bill in 1945 to give Florida
national advertising and public-
ity. He proposes to extend the
bill so that a large advertising
program is directed to Latin
America.
Opposed to a general sales tax,
Oelkers promises to fight a con-
stitutional amendment for such
a tax which he understands will
be introduced in the 1947 session.
Oelkers has pledged himself to
fight any attempts to repeal
homestead exemptions. He was
active in defeating a bill in 1945
which provided for year-round
pari-mutuel betting in Dade
county.
fice. A property owner would
get one bill for his state, county,
rity and drainage taxes whether
they be current or delinquent.
"The Gautier plan sensibly
eliminates the present duplication
of assessing and collecting taxes,"
he said.
Gautier also advocates the
abolishment of the two-office
prosecution system by which
Dade citizens are served by a
-slate attorney and a county pros-
ecutor.
Fate of 8 County Projects
Rests with Dade Voters
OMAR STANG
School BoardDistrict Three
A resident of Dade county for
21 years, Omar Stang is a candi-
date for the school board, district
three.
He favors a veteran education
and training program, better sal-
aries for educators, more adult
vocational education, better
schools for all Dade county, and
a better plan for school districts.
Stang declares that he belongs
to "no clique or machine."
R. B. GAUTIER. Jr.
LegislatureGroup One
"One tax bill for all taxes" is
the stand on which R. B. Gautier,
jr., is taking his campaign for
representative in the state legis-
lature from group one, Dade
county.
Gautier. who served in the leg-
islature before entering the Navy,
fought for the tax consolidation
in the 1943 session of the legis-
lature.
According to his plan, all taxes
would be combined in one of-
A. A. POSTON
R. R. Commissioner
A member of the Palm Beach
county commission for 20 years,
A. A. Poston is a Lake Park can-
didate for state railroad commis-
sioner.
Poston has served as chairman
and secretary of the Florida
County Commissioners associa-
tion. He has attended the last
five sessions of the state legis-
lature as chairman of the legis-
lative committee of the associa-
tion.
Dade county property owners
who vote on the county improve-
ment program May 7 will find
literally their "number is up" on
the voting machines, and Fran-
cis M. Miller, chairman of the
citizens' committee to get out the
vote, explains the hows and
wherefores.
"The eight improvement proj-
ects are listed at the top of the
voting machines by numbers in
a panel reading from left to right
at the top of the machine," Miller
said, "and we urge voters to fa-
miliarize themselves with these
numbers now.
"For example, don't think about
the children's home: remember
No. 4. Alongside each number is
a brief description of the project
being voted on. So that all vot-
ers may be familiar with the right
procedure, here are the numbers
of the projects and the order in
which they appear on the ma-
chines:
1. A warehouse for storing
county equipment and machin-
ery.
2. Construction of an auditor-
ium,
3. Construction of an aquarium.
4. Construction of a children's
home and juvenile court.
5. Home for the aged and in-
firm.
6. A tuberculosis hospital.
7. A park for South Dade
county.
VAN E. BLANTON
School BoardDistrict One
Van E. Blanton, member of the
Dade county school board for 10
years, seeks re-election to the post
from district one.
Blaaton supports consolidation
of school tax districts, on the job
training for veterans, higher sal-
aries for teachers and the physic-
ally handicapped children's school.
He helped establish the vocational
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 15)
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ham mmui
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Advantages of a
Dade Federal Mortgage
Consult US on Financing or Refinancing
Your Home
8. Expansion of Jackson Memo-
rial hospital.
"Here is how to vote on the
machines: Move the RED han-
dle operating the booth curtain
to the right and leave it there,
then push down the small key
under each number, by which
you vote "For" or "Against".
Leave key down. Then move the
RED handle back to the left.
"To avoid last-minute conges-
tion at the polls, and bearing in.
mind that there is a lot to be vot-
ed on, all employed people should
vote on their way to work, if
possible. Stores are remaining
closed until 10 a.m. expressly for
this purpose.
"Housewives should vote be-
fore 4 in the afternoon, if they
possibly can, and not wait until
their husbands come home to join
them at the polls. This will help
to avert the usual congestion be-
tween 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. when
the polls close.
"Those who know they are go-
ing to be away from the county
on election day have through May
4 to cast an absentee ballot by
appearing in person at the office
of County Judge Blanton in the
Dade court house.
"These are the fundamental
points. The citizens' committee
wants to impress them on all
property owners now so that
when they get to the polls May 7,
they will save themselves time by
knowing just what to do."
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lo
State Legislature
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PAGE TWELVE
In the Rouses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irring Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
Friday evening services, 7:15
p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the "Weekly Portion of the
Law" at Saturday morning ser-
vices, 9 a.m. The Bar mitzvas
of Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Schwarzman, and Larry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Landy, will
be celebrated. Junior congrega-
tion, 10 a.m. Young Judaea club
meeting for girls. 7 p.m. Satur-
day. AZA-BBG Bar Mitzva
breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday, for boys
and girls over 13.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Rabbi Mescheloff will dlscuM the
Portion of the Week.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
Rabbi Appelbaum will !**
on "Is Time Running Out. at
services, 8:15 p.m. this even.ng.
A reception will follow in Kap-
lan hall.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Conservative
Junior Hadassah services will
be held this evening at 8:15 p.m.
with the Misses Doris Alhin.
Toby Cooper, Celia Dobrin and
Dorothy Susman participating
Rabbi Kronish will officiate at
the services. An Oneg Shabbat
will follow with Mrs. Hannah
Ellis serving as hostess in honor
of her young granddaughK r,
Maxine Abbe Paetro. Saturday
morning services, 10.45 a.m.
Cantor Kelemer will render the
musical portion of all services
Worshippers are requested to
meditate in the Temple during
the 15-minute organ prelude that
precedes each service.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 7 30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar
Mitzvas of Ronald, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Baron: Abraham,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Feinberg, and Ronald, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Colton. will W
celebrated. Rabbi Mescheloff will
address the young men. Inter-
mediate services for adolescents,
9 a.m. Junior congregation, 1
a.m. Shalos Sudos. 7:30 p.m.
Lit* Unurancs Estates
Authoritatively Proorammad
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Int. Co.
M7 Blicayna Bl*a.
Ph. -1414 or 4-9W1
Friday evening servici
p.m. Saturday morning servio ,
8 30 a.m. Jerry, si n of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris .^; r, ;: "
Bar Mitzva. Rabl
Cantor Friedman will offi< iat< at
the service Studcnl
10:30 a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 7 30
Saturday morning services, 8:30
a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Edwara,
son of Mr and Mi Alb I Te-
nd Bernard Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Deutch, will be ob-
served. Shimshoi I p.m.;
Cantor-Ma I up, 4:30 p.m.,
in the Talmud Torah. R
Grauer will deliver a discourse
on the "Etl I the Fathi rs" at
6 p.m. Shalos Sudos, i.r> p m.
Elementary Hebri w course for
adults, 8 p.m. Monday evenings.
FPL
RATE EMM
a n .w rate reduction which
A Powel ,,,..,, ;o"sooo en-
will save more han $Z
tas announced Monday by U
t;mith president oi i^
ira Spower'and Light Co..
Simultaneously he announced
S^h^^rr
nicipal pumping plants* nl ug
calculating bills on mctei .tad
,,. on and after May '
oower cheaper and men abund-
Kwe can help FlondjisJnj
tries to expand. I hat WUJ
, ,, better jobs for
folks, more money to
circulation more prosperity to
Florida." said Mr. Sm.th. We
. : in promoting n-
rial development and have
'"' large 1";,',""n ". the
. publicizing the
Mate's natural r. urces and tneli
.: dustrial possibilities/
New ndustrial and pumping
.. re effi live throughout the
tory the company serves,
Smith pointed out, bringing lower
cost advantages to the
; communil i I outlying
well as to the larger
towns and cities. .
Among industrial users which
will bom fit by the lower rate are
the largei dairies, machine shops,
wood working plants, newspapers,
building material manufacturers,
FRIDAY,
ACE UPHOLSTERING
Twenty-three Years* Experience
RE-UPHOLSTERING
Beautiful Tropical Tapestries
1235 N.W. Miami Ct. Ph. 9-1639
ELECT
James A. (Jimmie)
HENDERSON
TO DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
District 3
HENDERSON BELIEVES IN
AND WILL FIGHT FOR:
1. Adequate School Buildings
2. Adequate School Facilities
3. Adequate Teacher Salaries
4. Adequate School Mainte-
nance
5. Veterans' Education
NO W !
Dade County NEEDS a man of
Henderson's qualifications and sin-
cere interest in our public school
system. LETS VITALIZE THE
SCHOOL BOARD.
Pd r- lltl* nl Adv.
awning manufacturers, bottling
works and scores of other manu-
facturers and processors.
Savings to water pumping cus-
tomers are estimated at $86,700
annually. These will average
about 20 per cent for the 140 in-
stallations affected. Industrial
customers will save about 13 per
cent. In both cases many custom-
ers can obtain larger reductions
by scheduling operations to avoid
heavy use of the service during
the evening hours in the winter
months when our 'peak load' oc-
curs," Smith pointed out.
The two new rates replace nine
old rates and simplify the com-
pany's rate schedules for these
customer groups.
tpeuiRpn sl9* jw1 *"*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1S20 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
Mty
Beth Jacob
T Elect OffcJ
hood. 8 P-m wSJ
mun'ty building M ?H
Will preside, aZ!*1
business session. !^1
CoI,,*l
Mlitunl
fSun-Ho
V
ipolthh
OH
DR. WILLIAM H. IVER
Formerly Dental Surgeon, U. 8.
Navy. Announces the opening of
hie office for the practice of
General Dentistry
Suite 304, 606 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office Hourt:
9:00 to 5:00 and by Appointment
Phone 5-1214
ts*
SoundSioble-Vh
Attention to All Ten |
REAL ESTATE PROS
LEO EISENSTal
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Rooi
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 5-647S
11 Ye.iri of Experience*!
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SEIBERLING materials.
Quality construction and
economy Prompt service.
Come in we'll *u
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recapped. And .we'll .repair
small outt and brultea before
they do real damage.
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ft CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
^ SEIBERLING TIRES
PHONE
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MIAMI
. :>327 N Mioi'
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MIAMI BEACH
1840 Mion Read '
94! 'ifth 5' .
mi
RE-ELECT
GEORGE S. OKELL
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
ECONOMICAL
(Td. Pol. Adv. by a Friend)
A WORD OF TRIBUTE FROM HARRY PEARL
To His Many Friends and Acquaintances Announcing His Support to
S. OKELL
A. A. "1NIT"
POSTON
1*KI A K K rLA.
Smmhptd if Sm/mlmm
TATE RAILROAD
COMMISSIONER
ifsts fm *y r i iii
GEORGE
a candidate for re-election lor the State Legislature.
Group 1. As you are fully aware, the election is on
Tuesday. May 7th. This is not too far off and it is
important that you keep in mind that you must vote
in order to protect our democ-
racy. When you vote you must
vote for the right people to in-
sure and protect everything
that is honest, good and lor the
benefit of ALL the people. I
have known George Okell for
a long time. He is an ex-
tremely intelligent and capable
lawyer and legislator. He is
always calm and conservative
in his attitude and is therefore
in a position to give thoughtful
consideration to all the matters
that will come before the legislature. He is humane
tllaHd Cnf,idera,e an<* ^s many times pTlortb
tremendous effort on behalf of our resident. H. t
assisted them through much %StTJjZ
contact with relatives of people on the other ^ J
through his contacts has been able to a
lllom* ..nort and H
George Okell deserve- your suppo^ g J
support of all of our friends. He has ^
record In the first term and I know he wiu
and bigger things In the coming T*"* ^ k
It has been a rare occasion that: l n yl
politics. This is one of the oc<:nons ^M
my duty-not for the benefit of George ^ #,
the benefit of all our citizens whom Be^ ^ &
representto urge you one and a^
paign for and support .
GE0R8E S. OKELL
FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLA^
(Group 1) _,


iV( MAY 3, 1946
+Jewish flcrldHan
PAGE THIBTEEN
George J. Tlian"
Florida Director. ADL
[t week 44^612 Dade county
students, on the elemen-
|Unior high school and high
[evels, will receive copies
he comic book pamphlet
Got the Blame." Reprint-
, True Comics magazine,
Lklet is based upon a
Cirt of the same name pub-
bv the International Com-
0'f Young Men's Christian
ations.
has the story of scapegoat-
Thistory in a pictorial gra-
Ly the reprint has great
tional value in teaching the
DleS of democracy and in
ng character education.
pamphlet exposes the
Loat trick as used by the
[and by power-seeking de-
jbefore them. The historical
bent of scapegoating in this
hiet traces its use from
jvc times to present date.
Got the Blame" describes
|in early history, animals
blamed for plagues and were
the "scapegoats" for the
misfortunes. It then de-
I the persecution of early
bans who were blamed by
omans whenever fire, flood
nine occurred.
. pamphlet portrays the use
I goat trick in the hands
pagogues like Hitler. It de-
i how the Nazis used scape-
B to seize power in Ger-
fand to weaken from within
enemies in Europe. The
kttempt at "divide and con-
fin the United States comes
treatment.
pamphlet concludes by re-
ling faith in the Golden
i the basic rule of conduct
lor nations and for individ-
T. "Do unto others as you
j have others do unto you,"
upon the reader.
Jcators throughout the coun-
Ive acclaimed this excellent
Bet It was read eagerly and
kiastically by the boys and


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> Miami Beach Zionist
car* of Radio Station
Temple Sisterhood
To Induct Leaders
Officers of Temple Israel Sis-
terhood will be installed at the
final luncheon meeting to be held
at 12:30 p.m. in the Cadillac
hotel.
A talk by Laurence Schwab,
producer, playwright and column-
ist, on his impressions of the
theatre, will highlight the pro-
gram which has been arranged
by Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum, as-
sisted by Mrs. Marvin C. Free-
man.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman will in-
stall the officers, who are Mrs.
Reba Engler Epstein, president;
Mrs. Harry V. Simons, first vice
president; Mrs. Harry Boyell,
second vice president; Mrs.
Bertha Lach, recording secretary;
Mrs. Henry Hirsch, assistant re-
cording secretary; Mrs. G. Louis
Mendelson, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs Albert Hirsch, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. Max Meisel,
auditor, and Mrs. Isaac Levin,
treasurer.
Board members who will be in-
ducted aie the Mesdames Frank
Coret, Sam Luby, M. B. Ross,
Elry Stone, Harry Nevins, Stella
Hantman, Lucille Lichtenstetter,
William Singer, Frank Perlman
and Louis Boyell.
Mrs. Harold Spaet wil preside
as mistress of ceremonies. Reser-
vations fcr this luncheon may be
made by contacting the Temple
Israel office.
Chart Medical School Dri
nve
Annual meeting of the Dade
county Council of Social Agen-
cies has been called for Wednes-
day at 12:15 p.m. in the olumbus
hotel, by Stanley C. Myers, presi-
dent.
girls in schools in states from Il-
linois to Massachusetts, California
and Oregon.
The pamphlet is serving a real
purpose by helping to form sound
ideas of democratic living in the
minds of our youth.
Progress of a drive to raise S4.000.000 in the U. S. for a new
medical school at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, was dis-
cussed with Sir Leon Simon (right) prior to his departure for
Palestine to take over duties as chairman of the executive council
of that University. Shown with him at campaign headquarters,
16 East 48th St.. New York, are Mrs. Samuel J. Kosensohn and
Colonel Harold Kiegclmau, co-chairmen of the drive. The new
medical school will press (he light against tropical diseases and
stem the critical shortage of physicians in the Near and Middle East.
CAPABLE INDIVIDUAL
AVAILABLE
All around reliable middle-aged
Jewish widow, many yeara in own
businoit, capable of handling help,
wiahea position where personality
and aggressiveness are paramount.
No undertaking too large. Apt.
house manager or ready-to-wear
specialist, both as buyer-manager
and sales. Now employedavail,
able May 1st. Write
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Care of Jewish Florldian
Box 2973
Miami 18, Florida
Cardiac Children Have
FDR Tribute Contest
Lola Schulman is first prize
winner of a "Tribute to Roose-
velt" contest sponsored at the
National Children's Cardiac Home
by Mrs. David Washer. Lola re-
ceived a prize for writing a
poem.
Second and third prize winners
are Norton Schwartz and Jerry
Yellan. Irving Green was given
honorable mention.
All of the Home children par-
ticipated in the contest under the
supervision of Miss Dorothy
Lightman, teacher at the institu-
tion. Miss Reba Rudman, Miami
Beach Elementary school teacher,
was judge
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Saucy Milchijr
Vegetable Suppers
We don't have to sing the praise*
of sour cream for the readers of a
Jewish publication. Sour cream
the all-purpose "glamor food" for
milchig meals in Jewish horses.
But below is a recipe that pats
sour cream to a brand new use.1
Try Mustard Sauce for Cauli-i
flower. And try the other two
recipes the next time you want U>
prove that a meal without moat
can be a treat.
Mustard Sauce for Cauliflower
Combine
% pint thick sour cream
1 tablespoon 'prepared yellow
1 mustard.
Heat, and serve over cooked aauli
flower. Yield: xh cup.
Cabbage with
Ketchup liutter Sauce
Shred or slice
1 head cabbage.
Cook, uncovered, in boiling salted
water 8 to 15 minutes, or just until
tender. Drain thoroughly. Place
in serving dish. Pour over top
Ketchup liutter Sauce (recipe be-
low). The cooked cabbage may be
placed in casserole, covered with
Sauce, topped with bread crumbs,
then browned in oven a few
minutes. .
Ketchup Butter Sauce
Combitie equal portion* of
tomato ketchup
butter.
Heat, then serve over cooked vege-
tables. (2 tablespoons per serv-
ing). J
Mult b) Honu
TOP SOIL
4-0335
GRADE A PULVERIZED
and PROCESSED MUCK
and MARL. Any Mixture
No Shells or Weeds
BITTER BLUE SOD
Soil and Fill of Any Kind
Landscaping Estimates
All Work Guaranteed
MIAMI TOP SOIL CO.
Ed Alper
1813 S. W. 21st Terrace
RALEIGH PETTEWAY
JUSTICE of the SUPREME
COURT of FLORIDA
Has lived in Florida 37 years; edudated in the University of North
Carolina (A.B.). University of Florida Law School (LL.B.). Co-
lumbia University Law School; admitted to practice law in Florida
in 1915; over 17 years a judge, 12 years as Judge of Criminal Court
of Hillsborough County; practiced law in Miami since 1937; member
Dade County, Florida State* and American Bar Associations; led
in first primary for Governor in 1936; served in U. S. Army in
World War I; member American Legion; member and past president
of Kiwanis; 32nd degree Mason, Shriner, Odd Fellow, Past Grand
Chancellor and Supreme Represenjalive Knights of Py'hias, PI
Kappa Alpha; member, deacon and teacher of Men's Bible Class,
Central Baptist Church, Miami.
YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
OVER 17 YEARS A JUDGE
W RALEIGH PETTEWAY (This Adv. Paid for by Friends of Judge Pittteway) (Pd. Political Adv.)
Distributed by
Manhattan Distributors, Inc.
1536 N. Miami At*. Miami Fla.


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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Je*lstnrldtoL
GLENN C. MINCER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10)
we have formed a county-wide
homicide squad of approximately
20 of the best officers in Dade
and Monroe counties. We have
prepared, published and placed in
the hands of al lthc police depart-
ments a homicide manual detail-
ing the best methods to meet the
technical rules of evidence which
we find in the criminal courts.
This manual is being used by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
in the training of its Florida
agents.
"Our next step is to organize
a police school this summer for
the purpose of teaching and train-
was rejected. A bOltfl create thte
Office should be offered at >u
next session of the legislature, and
should be enacted into law-
Other plans in Dells platform
"Sff service for state em-
"pSg all field employe
the state under the jurisd
of a director of employment ana
their duties coordinated.
Plan 10 take advantage of the
many military installations be-
ing mad;> available by the fed-
eral government by using I
as a means of relieving the ci
ed conditions in our sevi ral stati
institutions and foi
mediate necessity of appropriat-
ing thousands of dollars for build-
Retention of the homestead ex-
tag special officers as to the best expansion
and most scientific methods of Kl,u,,lMn of
acquiring, marking and prescrv-
tag evidence which will better emption
enable us to solve homicide and c./~Dr.r c ntfFT 1
other capital cases. The guilty | GEORGE S. UKLLL
I'll!* 1 >U(*(liH fcw ---------- s "- 1
will be convicted and the inno- ( LegislatureGroup One
cent will not be embarrassed by
being accused of tfense
Candid..:, e-elect n
oemc .uvuseu i'i ^'int- win..-*- -
which they did not commit. This stat, legislature
will, in turn, save the taxpayers is tie
of this circuit many thousands of
dollars of useless and needless
prosecutions," he states
Mincer has lived in Miami for
more than 20 years.
R. K. BELL
Legislature
Okell intr duccd
strumental in the of the
act creating the Dade co u '
authority He also spons red the
act permitting egistratioi
for Dade county and M
voters.
One of his main
I, in thi 1947 session will be
to bring about passage i f a Dade
county school district i
Need for my in our cen-
tral government at Tallahassee,
,... | ,.. thi sacrifici of pro- tion bill to i I I i constituti nal
ed by requin ments.
R. K. Bell. World War II veteran I Selected by his COlleagUl
and Miai in his plat- the outstanding "freshman" i i
form as a candidate foi repre- ber of the house in 1045. Ok..:
sentative in the si I lature was a number of 10 committees
,p two. in the 19-15 session.
!! native of Florida. j___________________
"Bef lasl session of the
tlaturi was a bill for the cre-
ation of a central purchasing
he nts out, "but al-
I joint ecor.c my
and efficiei nmittee of the
Other measures passed by the
1945 legislature which h eiUMM
J.. u. ".id introduced or spon-
,, were the bill doing awaj
S ~nl rojnaUo
for State agene.e.S tne bill <". IK
Sg ucket scalpmg a cnmmal of
"nse; the bill giving war vet
I ference under stale civil
eP and the bill requiring the
addre8S ol the buyei on all prop-
erty di
During the 1945 session, I i
leteat pro]
lUon which would have
I | and apartment house
le 10 per cent and another
bill which would have levied a
n soft di mks. He intends
mttaue opposing "'"#un"
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FRANCES O. WARRINER
LegislatureGroup TWO
Merging of county and city
tax collectors' offices is urged by
Mrs. France! O. Warriner, candi-
date for the state legislature in
group two. as an economy meas-
Ure which would at the same time
lighten the burden of the tax-
oayer She also advocates con-
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of Florida millions of dollars, it
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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: name ol
HAY TERRACE APARTMENTS, al
'' Ba> Drive, S lle. Miami
Inti nd lo rei
with 'h>. Circuit
Court i I iadi i Fl<
LEO STEINMAN
SAMCEL Pi iLLACK
MAX R. SILV
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I WANT MY MILK
Estab.
1924
..NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deelrli e
' ll t UI..1.T til
THK TIETZE
III
THK TIETCE ASW>
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FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" MUk
"Milk Product."
Dncro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
VUit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 82nd Stnwt
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IN"..(,,"'I!T OP THE rotTNTT
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This Inn, day if April ,r,if
CHARLES M TANENBAUM
WILLIAM I, PALLr.TA'1",i"iMr'""r
it,t?7!?y for Petitioner,
l-'H Com;r<>s Ride
Miami. Florida.
4/1M9-I6 5'3
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
5-7777
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NOTTCE is HF.nlirivTrivFTlw
MYERS ftM^M*"a
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AMBULANCE
SERVICE
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Miami Bich
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AE BIBENBEBQ. Tr,e,r
Jn Maw York:
?th Si. sad Amtxardam Kr*.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HERBS* OIVBM thai
the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In
I, mlnriM under th<- flilltloua name of
l::. 1111; s PHARMACY, at 426" N. W.
,1, \v. Miami, BTorlda, intend to
nui.-i.i tald ilium- llh the Clark of
,1,,. flrcult Court "f I>a ".....Ia' BOL .1. I-KVY.
EliAlNE USVT,
huBli.mil and wife;
ikihor riNKEL,
ETTJE KlNKKl.,
husband ami wife.
HARRY ZiKl.-HNU-K.
Ait. i tn for Appllrnnt.
I Lincoln llo.nl
Miami Beach, KlH.
I :; r.-3-10-lt
NOTICE is HEREBY. OIVEN that
the undersigned, d,-siring lo eiiKiiKe In
business Under th>- fli-lltlous name of
h'KROl'SON AND WKHIHT, at 107
N K 1st Avi.., Suite 221, Miami. Fltt.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Kiiuldn.
IAIL I! WRIOHT
\^ ALTER E, IlijnnA
\MLLIAM II. BIjAIH
WILLIAM :, PALLOT.
Attorney fur ivt It loner,
1211 < 'ongresa Bldg
i 12-19-M r./3-io
NOTICE ip HEREBY OIVEN thnt
Hi, undi ned, desiring i<> eiiKHRe In
undei the fl,tlll">ua nnme of
IIERNI HOTEL) t -'* Ulsi-syne
1 \ll iml, Florida, Intends tu
said name with th.- ('lerk of
thi Circuit Com l of Undo County
OTTO i: FISCHER, JR..
VIOLA E. FISCHER
Partncrs.
M IN KAPLAN,
\ \ foi .\',.|.!icnnts.
26 5 .mo
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ng to em
the firtll
KI.OR1IM lirSINESS SERVH'E ai
: N i: : t i tvenue, Miami, Fla .
.1 registei .. .1 name with Ihi
-i 'ourt of I M Ii
i
IRVINO KI.KM.W
PACL ELFMAN
12-19-26 !
HER1 i rjIVEN thai
I, Ing 1 engag** In
HtiOUl .Ml,, of
1>AISY"S, ni 7" Washington Avenue,
M Ri F Inteml lo n
i" he Clerk of thi
.; t of I' idi 'ountv, F
RENATO LKVI
l.EON K \PLAN,
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710 S. W. I2th AV. MIAMI- j
TIL 33431-}
YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
Li
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WE OFFKIAUY KPKSOIT
THE MMOHTY Of MR Hi
JEWISH FIMRAL HOMES
Information Gladly fumihad en Rtquttt
SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
t 24 /fOU<
IOS. L PLUMMER
Funeral Director
y W 1th ..
na..... with
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'i- Clers -f th.. circu" """^
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THE TAMIAMI Pi'|l\ TrL!l
TOY MAM I" \i" 11" -in, T;> U
tend to n 7*H
Clerk of ;*n,,
bounty, k, ..i,"""1 Cou 1
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of CLEM .. Minor M
.it 1391 K -' w. nth x.Va!
Fla Intend ... r^btSrlnA
with the Cl,.rk of the rirrjitCiil
Dade c r rldi '
CLEM MYERBl N
KI MTU CKLIiMAN VTnJ
ISAAC nu'1'1'.
Attorni for Applloanli.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OlS
ihe undi ileslrlng 'Tmt
buslm the lii-iinouaal
JERSEY Kim>Il CKNTKK. jikj
llns An-. Ml iml Beach, Pi,al
to ran name mih tl{
i-f th- Court el DadeC
Florida
SAM 'El, KflAN'ZBUr.
MILTON \ FHIKIiMAS,
Ait. i- Applicant
4/S-Il I
MIAMI
MONUMENT
"Miamt't Oldeit ard Uief j
Operated liy
SIDNEY H. PALMEH
You need no longer rij
6 to 10 months for yj
monuments. We canyil
1 a r q e selection ioi j
mediate delivery.
All Styles of Hebrw
Lettering and Desga
Phone 4-5922
For an
3279 S. W. 8th Strrf
Opposite Woodlawn Ci*W|
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phne ^
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETESY
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIG
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOU*
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth JjglS
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed BM
For Further Information Phona 9-2664, 4-S92* "
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE1!
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E. E. CARTER. Funaral Diract
or
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[>.v MAYJ. 1946
arES O. WARRINER
SSS^0 PAGE 14,
ion of the county and city
'leers' offee to avoid con-
10 the homeowner.
ly woman in the leg.s-
,,a. M.s. Warnncr be-
, ma canfully Planned pro-
,' 0 help the veteran help
Lf with first consideration
to the disabled veteran.
. 1S needed mediately, she
[on lou-cost housing and a
Lung terminal pay for en-
."Snge juice and milk for
j children and an organized
Itional program as part of
fcublic school system would
Ln to eliminate the problem
fvenile delinquency, Mrs.
nei said.
|s Warriner, mother of three
Len is concerned with lm-
Lents in existing child and
gc benefit programs. She is
,1 estate broker, making Mi-
Bea.h hi r headquarters.
^NK 0. SPAIN
Attorney
Ink 0. Spain, candidate for
attorney of the Eleventh
Ijal circuit of Florida, which
|s,s of Dade and Monroe
es, points out with pride his
I of legal experience.
! ti.e age of 16 he has been
hda resident, living in Miami
irs, and has practiced law
years. He has had four
' experience as a prosecutor
I a member of the American,
da and Dade County Bar
Rations.
, Spain is a veteran of both
Wars 1 and II, having en-
in April. 1917, for service
lorld War I and was honor-
Tdischartfed as an infantry
Bnt. He declined a com-
bn and enlisted for service
War II in 1942. He
wounded on the Normandy
It- and was honorably dis-
led after 15 months' service
1 infantry first sergeant. He
(ember of the American Lcg-
weti rans of Foreign Wars,
lied American Veterans, and
Jican Veterans of World War
Spain pledges himself to
honest and impartial
cution of crime within his
liction.
* Jewish flcrtdiar
PAGE FIFTEEN
National Trustee To
Install Home Officers
Mrs. Bon Hertz, national trus-
tee of the National Home lor Jew-
ish Children at Denver, will in-
stall 1946-47 officers of the Great-
er Miami chapter Tuesday at a
luncheon in the President Madi-
son hotel, 3801 Collins ave.
Reservations for the annual af-
fair may be placed with Mrs.
Harry Kaufman at 6-9176 or Mrs.
Albert Dubler, 2-2442.
Mrs. Irving Miller, president,
heads the list of officers to be
installed. .
VAN E. BLANTON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11>
from the University of Florida,
he has practiced law in Tampa
jand served as judge of Hillsbor-
school. He has pledged, as in 'ough county juvenile court for
the past, to devote his entire time five years. Later, he was elected
to the office.
Luncheon Club to Hear
Magazine Editor
Leslie Balogh Bain, editor of
"The Week" magazine, will be
guest speaker at today's meeting
of the Downtown club luncheon
at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown
club, Seybold arcade.
Philip Chaisin, national direc-
tor of the Joint Defense Appeal,
will be guest speaker next Fri-
day.
The luncheons are a -weekly
feature sponsored by B'nai ETrith
Sholem lodge. Reservations may
be made by calling Charles Ja-
cobson at 3-6306.
JAMES A. HENDERSON
Board of Public Instruction
Group Three
James A. (Jimmie) Henderson
has announced his candidacy for
|member of the Dade county board
i of public instruction from district
, three.
A lawyer, engineer and builder,
he advocates the hiring of a pur-
chasing agent to economize in
school system expenditures; in-
ventory of school equipment;
prompt repair of school buildings;
immediate undertaking of an ex-
tensive building program; in-
i creased salaries for teachers; a
single school tax district; elimi-
nation of the "spoils system" from
the schools.
A. WILLIAM MORRISON
R. R. Commissioner
judge of the criminal court of
record and served in that capacity
for 12 years.
In 1936, he was an unsuccessful
candidate for governor. The next
year he moved to Miami and
formed a law partnership here
with James M. Carson.
I WILBUR C. KING
| R. R. CommissionerGroup One
Modernization in rail and motor
highway transportation and im-
provement in the telephone and
telegraph systems of Florida are
the aims cf Wilbur C. King, candi-
date for Florida railroad commis-
! sioner from group one.
A native of Florida, he resides
I in Zolfo Springs, Hardee county,
and is a merchant, cattleman and
grower. He has served as city
commissioner, county commis-
sioner and is now a state senator.
Beach Veteran Edits
College Newspaper
Morty Freedman, whose par-
ents live at 5550 La Gorce dr.,
has been appointed editor of the
"Florida Alligator," University
of Florida newspaper, for 1946-47.
Freedman recently returned to
the University after three years
in the Army.
His managing editor is Ted Nel-
son, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Nelson,
1320 Michigan ave., who is serv-
ing his second year in the posi-
tion.
Both are graduates of Miami
Beach Senior High school, where
Nelson was editor of the student
newspaper and a member of the
National Honor society.
, D. BARNS
pe of Supreme Court
ge Paul D. Barns, Dade
|y candidate for justice of
Upreme court of Florida, has
BO years of experience as a
I and civil court judge.
JOUST BROS Ryf
la the tt >, '
?RDON ROOFING AND
ET METAL WORKS
our roof repaired now; you
" ve on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenua
PHONE 4-5860
3RY more fascinating to
'can render, none closer to
["" past, than the story of an
Brant Who came here to aeek
H vast opportunities this coun-
to offer, and who conquered
postacies confronting the new-
r with that enthusiastic de-
viation which, in Ameriea,
> to success.
j Ju"t couldn't put It down
1 l "lit how Kiitka
WU problem Ami n.-ither
JV when you set a chance
. ?f Slna". '" author,
"' '- Inn. should be cora-
1 tji" manner in which
'?"ts tTi:- i Pitiful love be-
''\l nd Kiitka."Penny
"' Miami.
Available at
JB Burdine't
Sean
Red Cross
Drug
Miami
Doubleday
Donn
Moqull'i
Bloom's
Miami
Beach

508 Pert.
$3.50
|BLOCHPUBLISH'GCO.
"a,n Bank Bldg., Detroit
During that time, he has been
a leader in the bar association
movement to simplify court rules
so that cases may be brought to
trial on their merits more
promptly.
The Florida supreme court to-
day is operating under some of
these simplified rules of proce-
dure. He also prepared the con-
stitutional amendment naming a
seventh justice to the high court
and thus making tie votes im-
possible. He was the co-author
of the law which reduced from
14 to one the method of notifying
non-residents of suits against
them by Florida residents.
Judge Barns was born and
reared in Plant City. He re-
ceived his law degree from the
University of Florida, served as
an aerial gunnery instructor in
World War I, and then began his
prank* of law.
A pharmacist, A. William Mor-
rison is u candidate for the state
railroad commission post. Native
\ of Dade county, Morrison served
twr four years on the state board
of health to which he was ap-
pointed by Gov. Fred P. Cone.
He terved as president of the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceuti-
cal association and received the
1937 National Association of Re-
tail Druggists' secretarial award.
W. RALEIGH PETTEWAY
! Supreme Court Justice
W. Raleigh Petteway, candi-
date for Florida supreme court
justice, has practiced law in the
stale for a number of years. '
A student at Columbia univer-
sity before receiving his LL.B.
GENERAL PAINTING
Free Estimates Qiven
BY BEST MECHANICS
I. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co.
PHONE 3-0729
537 S. W. 12th AVENUE
BUY SAVINGS BONDSI
BUY THEM NOW!
RE-ELECT
GEORGE S.0KELL
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT
^ECONOMICAL
(I'd. Pol. Adv. by a Friend)
I
S. !. FREEDMAN'S
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th *.?.. Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Washington Avenues
llebrew Books- All Religious
ArticlesNovelties
Telephone 5-H)J7
r
FOR
INTELLIGENT
HANDLING
OF YOUR
REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS
IN BUYING OR SELLING A HOUSE.
SEE
1. S. Shapoff, Realtor
27 S. W. 27TH AVENUE PHONE 4-7027 (
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221 N. E. SECOND STREET
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Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquets
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win melt In your moath servee SB
Che rmilesf place la town from 4 ss
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Musle by Marty Ray* at ska plan*
La the cocktail loanse.
21 1. MIAMI AVI, PHOHI I-IT7I
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE "
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Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
ll'itltl III M.lll.lLi im-Ml of fin Oi.--m.iI <>> H,.s .1 N.illr
Telephone 58-2979
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
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41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE
TEL W*6I
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Title Insurance Policies by
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FOR YOUR
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RESTAURANT
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Phone 5-4058Open Dally and Sunday, 5:00 9:30 P. M.
qipur
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY. Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
i^W026
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PAGE SIXTEEN
Soldier Gives Concert
Of Own Compositions
A former pfc. in the 692nd air
force band, Joseph Hittelman re-
joined his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Hittleman, 760 Alhambra
circle. Coral Gables. Sunday.
Hittleman recently com)
studies at Trinity college in Eng-
land to which he had been award-
ed a scholarship. On April 2 he
gave a piano recital at W(
hall, London's equivalent to Car-
negie hall, and played his own
compositions, "London Suite" and
"Heroic Fantasy."
A great future for Hittleman
in music was predicted by Prof.
J. Rawley of the English col
Hittleman joined the Army in
1942 and served mon than a yeai
and a nail overs, as.
Murder Will Out When
Obituaries Sholem Players Cavort
ZEMARKOWITZ
., It*, 71. of 1027 IV""-
Max '/
k\ Ivaiiln
lay, Sn vlvlng are
I Mon;
In- wilt. >'*
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Cannon Asks Return
On Independent Record
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8,
taring out pay for enlisted
and womei : An i-
ion's CiI bill i
monthly I >i vet-
erans
increased pension: terans:
free
nel.
C nnon is tl
in tin il use givii ted per-
sons '. '. '> ave
pay that receivi II<- has
personal!) in\
: :. veter-
ans' ca

relief in 63
percent
Answi ring Smathers'
i nnon 1
n .
ment ; !- ncies on p

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Smatl ers 1 I lamndest
osophy I know," to his
opponent's contention tl
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final posit
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Whether LouHeunanw.il marry
or murde. ok Swem Perkins
(Abe Aronovitz) datter wiU be
officiaUy revealed at the B nai
Playhouse at Temple is-
rael, Tuesday night. May 14. Red
,s and chewin' tobacco are
[bed for the audience.
N, |i, (Sylvia Friedman) is the
e with the million dollars
.,.,, u wooed not only by Hei-
bul ako by the farmer lad,
(Jerome Weinkle). When
Ellen (Rose Kasanof), the vil-
lain's wife, appears, it's anybody a

The stars are supported by Ann
Ma Perkins, Belle
Berman as Amy Appleby and
Bj rbara Weinkle as Lucy. Music
II be under the direction of
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Joseph S Property
agemenl is being handled by
[\ na Katz, Mrs. Jean Silver-
man and Mrs. Sam Goldman.
: ,rbi r sh< p quart* t will be
Mai x Feinberg and hill-
will be in attendance
Aronovitz. The en-

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Sholem lodge program is un-
tii n of Abe Arono-
promises that admis-
sion is free and no collections
will be made.
LEMBERG
Ma, -
Mia'ill I
I here on-
l; V
M I I' '
laffi Iml nf Olen
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A meeting of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation Sis-
terhood will be held 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Talmud Torah, 1545
S.W. Third st.
Beautiful Miami
Medical Center
Facilities for treatment! ot acute
medical, and convalescent case*
Especially equipped for care of
nervous and mental disorders,
drug and alcoholic habits. Psy-
chotherapy, Hydrotherapy and
Electric.Shock therapy scientific-
ally given.
P. L. DODGE. M. D.
Medical Director and President
1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
Phones 2-0243 9-1042
Open to Members of
Dade County Medical Assn.
EmBleM
BOX SPRINGS
and
Innerspring
MATTRESSES
Twin or Double
S80.50

rnJ?TWWST
77 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 78-3212
FRANK 0. SPAIN
State Attorney
llth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(Dade and Monroe Counties)
A VETERAN OF WORLD WARS I and II
Fearless, Honest and Impartial Prosecution of Crime
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7. 1946
Pd. Politic*] Ad
ELECT ...
GEORGE
SMATHERS
World War II Veteran
YOUR
CONGRESSMAN
On May 7th
DEPENDABLE
CAPABLE
AGGRESSIVE
(Paid Political Ad)
VOTE FOR
A. WILLIAM MORRISON
RAILROADGCOMMISSIONER
A Business Man wilh 25 years ^^ ^ ^ ^^
S3L? S,a, 0i F1'ida *- .o end. Native

Thoroughly familiar with the duties of a R R Cobw .
South Florida has no, had a R R Comm Cm.,
Th pi commissioner in 20 years
^e Flon EBS1 Coasj Raiiroad,s depot ^ j^
four years a member of Florida Sui^i N E
=* and St. Johns Counties R "**
COMMISSIOH TO LOOK :;TER": r """*
Impendent business man. xl" 52^2 INEST.
a3er Flor.da SiM. Ph-m^l YA^JT-M.
VETERAN OF WORLD WAR ONE
WINX Install Officers
Bobby Grossman was installed
president of the Winx chapter,
B'nai B'rith girls, Tuesday eve-
ning at the home of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, adviser.
Other new officers who were
installed are Judy Horowitz, vice
president; Lenore Janovsky, cor-
responding secretary; Evelyn
Wild, recording secretary, and
Evelyn Kaplan, treasurer.
Miss Sylva Gilber, who is visit-
ing here from Palestine, enter-
tained with a number of Pales-
tinian songs. Guest speaker was
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, B'nai
B'rith girls director for the fifth
district. Also present were Mrs.
Alexander Richardson and Mrs.
Streiff, advisers to the group.
A gift was presented to Rhoda
Zciger, outgoing president. "The
Winx," written by Evelyn Wild,
was dedicated as the chapter
poem.
The unveiling nf,
to the memory oflh^
Shumer, HOI NW v *
dr- w"> take **} ,
at Mt Sinai cen^Sl
was an active Zl'H
Jewish Fraternal Z^*l
19J ^ends and 2S>J
order are requesjt^*!|
rangements are ir71 '**J
-V H. PalmeVof?"'
Monument_company. '
SPECIALIZING
NORTHEAST
J. Emmet t
and assocuS'
RAL ESTATE
FuUe8 Co^p*^
6207 Bisciryn, H
Pnone 782419
IN THE INTEREST OF ALL Our CHILDRDi
ELECT
HARLEY G.
COLLINS
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT 1
16 Years A Little River
Business Man
IM Politics! Afc
VOTE FOR
OMAR STANG
SCHOOL BOARD
District No. 3
HE FAVORS:
Veteran Education and Training Program
Better Salaries for Educators
More Adult Vocational Education
Better Schools for All Dade County
Better Plan for School Districts
Pd. Political Afc|
RE-ELECT
OELKERS
to the
STATE LEGISLATURE
Group 2
A Business Man for Yo*
State's Business
Subject to Democratic P*^
Richard (Chubby)
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PAGE TWELVE In the Rouses of Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irring Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative Friday evening services, 7:15 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the "Weekly Portion of the Law" at Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. The Bar mitzvas of Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Schwarzman, and Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Landy, will be celebrated. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Young Judaea club meeting for girls. 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBG Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday, for boys and girls over 13. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Rabbi Mescheloff will dlscuM the •Portion of the Week. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform Rabbi Appelbaum will %  !*•* on "Is Time Running Out. at services, 8:15 p.m. this even.ng. A reception will follow in Kaplan hall. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Avenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman Conservative Junior Hadassah services will be held this evening at 8:15 p.m. with the Misses Doris Alhin. Toby Cooper, Celia Dobrin and Dorothy Susman participating Rabbi Kronish will officiate at the services. An Oneg Shabbat will follow with Mrs. Hannah Ellis serving as hostess in honor of her young granddaughK r, Maxine Abbe Paetro. Saturday morning services, 10.45 a.m. Cantor Kelemer will render the musical portion of all services Worshippers are requested to meditate in the Temple during the 15-minute organ prelude that precedes each service. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Friday evening services, 7 30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baron: Abraham, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Feinberg, and Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Colton. will W celebrated. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the young men. Intermediate services for adolescents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 1 a.m. Shalos Sudos. 7:30 p.m. Lit* Unurancs Estates Authoritatively Proorammad NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. M7 Blicayna Bl*a. Ph. -1414 or 4-9W1 Friday evening servici p.m. Saturday morning servio 8 30 a.m. Jerry, si n of Mr. and Mrs. Morris .^ ; % %  r, ;: Bar Mitzva. Rabl Cantor Friedman will offi< iat< at the service Studcnl 10:30 a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamches Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 7 30 Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Edwara, son of Mr and Mi Alb I Tend Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deutch, will be observed. Shimshoi I p.m.; Cantor-Ma I up, 4:30 p.m., in the Talmud Torah. R Grauer will deliver a discourse on the "Etl I the Fathi rs" at 6 p.m. Shalos Sudos, i. r > p m. Elementary Hebri w course for adults, 8 p.m. Monday evenings. FPL RATE EMM A n .w rate reduction which A P owel ,,,..,, ;o"sooo enwill save more han $Z tas announced Monday by U %  • t;mith president oi i^ i r a S power'and Light Co.. Simultaneously he announced • S^h^^rr nicipal pumping plants* nl • ug calculating bills on mctei .tad ,„,. on and after May %  oower cheaper and men abundKwe can help Flondjis Jnj tries to expand. I hat WUJ ,, better jobs for folks, more money to circulation more prosperity to Florida." said Mr. Sm.th. We : in promoting nrial development and have '"' '• large 1 "; ',"" n ". the publicizing the Mate's natural r. urces and tneli .: dustrial possibilities/ New ndustrial and pumping .. re effi live throughout the tory the company serves, Smith pointed out, bringing lower cost advantages to the ; communil i I outlying we ll as to the larger towns and cities. Among industrial users which will bom fit by the lower rate are the largei dairies, machine shops, wood working plants, newspapers, building material manufacturers, FRIDAY, ACE UPHOLSTERING Twenty-three Years* Experience RE-UPHOLSTERING Beautiful Tropical Tapestries 1235 N.W. Miami Ct. Ph. 9-1639 ELECT James A. (Jimmie) HENDERSON TO DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD District 3 HENDERSON BELIEVES IN AND WILL FIGHT FOR: 1. Adequate School Buildings 2. Adequate School Facilities 3. Adequate Teacher Salaries 4. Adequate School Maintenance 5. Veterans' Education NO W Dade County NEEDS a man of Henderson's qualifications and sincere interest in our public school system. LETS VITALIZE THE SCHOOL BOARD. Pd rlltl* nl Adv. awning manufacturers, bottling works and scores of other manufacturers and processors. Savings to water pumping customers are estimated at $86,700 annually. These will average about 20 per cent for the 140 installations affected. Industrial customers will save about 13 per cent. In both cases many customers can obtain larger reductions by scheduling operations to avoid heavy use of the service during the evening hours in the winter months when our 'peak load' occurs," Smith pointed out. The two new rates replace nine old rates and simplify the company's rate schedules for these customer groups. tpeuiRpn sl 9* %  jw 1 *"* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1S20 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Mty Beth Jacob T Elect OffcJ hood 8 P-m wSJ mun 'ty building M ?H Will preside, AZ!*1 business session. ^1 CoI,,*l Mlitunl fSun-Ho V ipolthh OH DR. WILLIAM H. IVER Formerly Dental Surgeon, U. 8. Navy. Announces the opening of hie office for the practice of General Dentistry Suite 304, 606 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Office Hourt: 9:00 to 5:00 and by Appointment Phone 5-1214 ts* Sound—Sioble-Vh Attention to All Ten | REAL ESTATE PROS LEO EISENSTal REALTOR 309 Lincoln Rooi MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-647S 11 Ye.iri of Experience*! Construction on Miami | DIXIE RECAPEINlil Certified Recapping with SEIBERLING materials. Quality construction and economy Prompt service. Come in we'll u frankly If your tire* thould be recapped. And .we'll .repair small outt and brultea before they do real damage. SEIBERUNG ., \\\\V Recap Material plua workmanship will add many thousand! of milea to your amooth tires. ft CONVENIENT LOCATIONS •^ SEIBERLING TIRES PHONE 2-6133 MIAMI %  :>327 N Mioi' vV 1/lnAsc. MIAMI BEACH 1840 Mion Read 94! 'ifth 5' %  mi RE-ELECT GEORGE S. OKELL to the STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 INDUSTRIOUS — EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL (Td. Pol. Adv. by a Friend) A WORD OF TRIBUTE FROM HARRY PEARL To His Many Friends and Acquaintances Announcing His Support to S. OKELL A. A. "1NIT" POSTON 1*KI A K K rLA. Sm m hptd if Sm/mlmm %  TATE RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ifsts fm *y r i iii GEORGE a candidate for re-election lor the State Legislature. Group 1. As you are fully aware, the election is on Tuesday. May 7th. This is not too far off and it is important that you keep in mind that you must vote in order to protect our democracy. When you vote you must vote for the right people to insure and protect everything that is honest, good and lor the benefit of ALL the people. I have known George Okell for a long time. He is an extremely intelligent and capable lawyer and legislator. He is always calm and conservative in his attitude and is therefore in a position to give thoughtful consideration to all the matters that will come before the legislature. He is humane tll a H d C n f, idera,e an <* ^s many times pTlortb tremendous effort on behalf of our resident. H. t assisted them through much %S£tTJ£jZ contact with relatives of people on the other ^ J through his contacts has been able to a lllom ..nort and H George Okell deserveyour suppo^ g J support of all of our friends. He has ^ record In the first term and I know he wiu and bigger things In the coming T*"* ^ k It has been a rare occasion that: l n yl politics. This is one of the oc<:nons ^M my duty-not for the benefit of George ^ #, the benefit of all our citizens whom Be^ ^ & represent—to urge you one and a^ paign for and support GE0R8E S. OKELL FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLA^ (Group 1) _,



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!FiJ(3gKnB£&|a>*S.$fi PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lstn€rldto£L GLENN C. MINCER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10) we have formed a county-wide homicide squad of approximately 20 of the best officers in Dade and Monroe counties. We have prepared, published and placed in the hands of al lthc police departments a homicide manual detailing the best methods to meet the technical rules of evidence which we find in the criminal courts. This manual is being used by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in the training of its Florida agents. "Our next step is to organize a police school this summer for the purpose of teaching and trainwas rejected. A bOltfl create thte Office should be offered at >u next session of the legislature, and should be enacted into lawOther plans in Dells platform "Sff service for state em"pSg all field employe the state under the jurisd of a director of employment ana their duties coordinated. Plan 10 take advantage of the many military installations being mad;> available by the federal government by using I as a means of relieving the ci ed conditions in our sevi ral stati institutions and foi mediate necessity of appropriating thousands of dollars for buildRetention of the homestead extag special officers as to the best expansion and most scientific methods of Kl u ,, lM „ n of acquiring, marking and prescrvtag evidence which will better emption enable us to solve homicide and c / ~ Dr r c ntfFT 1 other capital cases. The guilty | GEORGE S. UKLLL I'll!* 1 >U(*(liH fcw—— %  s "1 will be convicted and the inno( Legislature—Group One cent will not be embarrassed by being accused of tfense Candid..:, e-elect n oemc .uvuseu i'i ^'intwin..-*—which they did not commit. This stat, legislature will, in turn, save the taxpayers is tie of this circuit many thousands of dollars of useless and needless prosecutions," he states Mincer has lived in Miami for more than 20 years. R. K. BELL Legislature Okell intr duccd strumental in the of the act creating the Dade co u authority He also spons red the act permitting egistratioi for Dade county and M voters. One of his main I, in thi 1947 session will be to bring about passage i f a Dade county school district i Need for my in our central government at Tallahassee, ,... | ,.. thi sacrifici of protion bill to i I I i constituti nal ed by requin ments. R. K. Bell. World War II veteran I Selected by his COlleagUl and Miai in his platthe outstanding "freshman" i i form as a candidate foi repreber of the house in 1045. OK..: sentative in the si I lature was a number of 10 committees ,p two. in the 19-15 session. !!• native of Florida. j "Bef lasl session of the tlaturi was a bill for the creation of a central purchasing he nts out, "but alI joint ecor.c my and efficiei nmittee of the Other measures passed by the 1945 legislature which h eiUMM J.. u ".id introduced or spon,, were the bill doing awaj S ~nl rojnaUo for State agene.e.S tne bill <". IK Sg ucket scalpmg a cnmmal of "nse; the bill giving war vet I ference under stale civil e P and the bill requiring the addre8S ol the buyei on all property di During the 1945 session, I i leteat pro] lU on which would have I | and apartment house le 10 per cent and another bill which would have levied a n soft di mks. He intends mttaue opposing "•'"# u n %  LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE la IIBBBUY MVBN %  %  '. %  m.W l... AjfcN< J. al Avi Mini i !•• %  h. in., H in tii II i in ol 0*at .-.\.MII:I. I'ASI I.I.NAK JI.M III-;I IIAItltY nil i IS IIKHKI1Y U1VKN lhal I, no 111 IK n III!.ol MIAMI CAMERA EXCH I NOB. Hi %  • M nt i lit of 1 lade F II VY II IIItOWN, .lit. IK \.\.' JOI re. V i ,| : FRANCES O. WARRINER Legislature—Group TWO Merging of county and city tax collectors' offices is urged by Mrs. France! O. Warriner, candidate for the state legislature in group two. as an economy measU re which would at the same time lighten the burden of the taxoayer She also advocates conkCONTINUED ON PAGE 16) LEOAn^N[ LEGAL NOTICES IX THK < "IN-rv .Ml'.;!: s • I\" AM i F' iR I %  \ I -I: i •• ll'X n Kl.i.!:il>A IX I'KollATK N In R, Bntati ol ANNA S II \TTMAIBK, %  MRS .1 %  ; ture had t that sud ..n ; A NNA N : ., .; i V.V: ,: V..' 1 ". KKV.IT...ncy would save the taxpayers IT. -. • H., of Florida millions of dollars, it -.. : I -• |i T rr a i unTtrrs ,:. %  NOTICE IR HERKin OIVEX II • ratal, I IN.VA SCHATTM \IBII • %  • %  • %  %  MRS J. O. WHAl f .-. iNNA i:r\ll KY V M IKKET. %  -,!... %  • %  %  %  • • • lh( HOX \V P BLANTON • %  %  •• I name with the J C nrt file tin i the i i %  %  : idi name in his offln the Countv Curl In rin.l r„imlv Pl„,l,i. A l.i .-. %  HARRY DIETZ I S"! iTH'E IK IIEREUY HIVEX lhal .•. i [i i nine ol SI : 1,1. Illtl the Cli t of I'aile Counl Nil Ol iRMAN HARRY V Esq., V11 or in %  M %  ;.i: is HEREHY OIVEN thai ..... .ML-.In ru-tn is i uoe of SHKRMAX S M \ RK I at !W N K .'ml A\e M nln to e will the 'lerk < %  %  !.. I ': t of I • BIN DEL SHERMAN, ii ... net %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .. %  tge :n % % %  : • %  name ol HAY TERRACE APARTMENTS, al '•'•• Ba> Drive, S lle. Miami Inti nd lo rei with 'h>. Circuit Court i I iadi i • Fl< LEO STEINMAN SAMCEL Pi ILLACK MAX R. SILV Attorne; [llioanl I 26 5 1-10-17-24 '%  % %  f thi Pri iti \. • •• \%  I \ i. NORM \ Rl ill II VRRIRflN ,. BOKENTHAL, A* Executrix of I hi I. i| w • '•' VNNA si-H VTT M Ml'.i: aim ki • niMRS ,1 ''. BCHATTM Mi'': n known a* ANNA REMI.EY, I | MAX U RIIA'ER Att. rnev foi Exi uti i I it R J.lA-i; ipplli ant. I I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 ..NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, deelrli e • ll %  t UI..1.T til THK TIETZE III THK TIETCE ASW> al 81 ..• M p f f ,'V P with the C H..rlda ""' C Urt0f D And Be 8ur It %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Product." Dncro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery VUit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 82nd Stnwt EnWARP TIE LEON KA.'i^v" ^ TIET I : %  %  %  %  %  "> P IN !" .. (,, "'I!T OP THE rotTNTT co£p E m PL0 ^ D DISCHARGE. m This Inn, day if April ,r,if CHARLES M TANENBAUM WILLIAM I, PALLr.T A 1 ,i iMr '"" r i t t ?7!? y for Petitioner, l-'H Com;r<>s Ride Miami. Florida. 4/1M9-I6 5'3 MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 nsasTT^n^ NOTTCE is HF.nlirivTrivFTlw MYERS ft M ^M*"a§ ./lY.\^2^"/;v ppl,can, '' AMBULANCE SERVICE 1M6 Wuhiagtoa Miami Bich TH ^r ••• • # wi, JR. Fineeet Ol factor AE BIBENBEBQ. Tr,„e, r Jn Maw York: ?th Si. sad Amtxardam Kr*. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HERBS* OIVBM thai the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In I, mlnriM under thafli-lltlous name of h'KROl'SON AND WKHIHT, at 107 N K 1st Avi.., Suite 221, Miami. Fltt., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Kiiuldn. IAIL I! WRIOHT \^ ALTER E, IlijnnA \MLLIAM II. BIJAIH WILLIAM :, PALLOT. Attorney fur ivt It loner, 121 1 < 'ongresa Bldg i 12-19-M r./3-io NOTICE IP HEREBY OIVEN thnt Hi, undi %  %  ned, desiring i<> eiiKHRe In undei the fl,tlll">ua nnme of IIERNI HOTEL) t -'•* Ulsi-syne 1 \ll iml, Florida, Intends tu said name with th.('lerk of thi Circuit Com l of Undo County OTTO i: FISCHER, JR.. VIOLA E. FISCHER Partncrs. M IN KAPLAN, \ ••. • %  • \ foi .\',.|.!icnnts. %  26 5 .MO f NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai %  '• ng to em the firtll KI.OR1IM lirSINESS SERVH'E ai : N i: : t i tvenue, Miami, Fla • %  %  .1 • registei .. .1 name with Ihi • • %  -i 'ourt of I M Ii • i IRVINO KI.KM.W PACL ELFMAN %  12-19-26 • %  HER1 i rjIVEN thai I, Ing 1 engag** In • %  • HtiOUl %  .Ml,, of 1>AISY"S, ni 7" Washington Avenue, M Ri F Inteml lo n %  i • he Clerk of thi .;• '• t of I' idi 'ountv, F RENATO LKVI l.EON K \PLAN, ^ %  710 S. W. I2th AV. MIAMIj TIL 33431-} YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Li < %  WE OFFKIAUY KPKSOIT THE MMOHTY Of MR Hi JEWISH FIMRAL HOMES Information Gladly fumihad en Rtquttt SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish t 24 /fOU< IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director • y W 1th .. na with I Ma,. MuKR >&££\ -'•'. 5 lo ::.2, b iiw| 0mut ^J^'i-mS S£M 'iClers -f th.. circu" """^ County, pio.-idi LU "Com3J J ACK C01-LTO!,OEORaE CHKUTKOP** 01 *! Atim m j 1/5-12-19 Ii Nl ITICE is ilKKKn7T^r*1 Ihe undesigned, dSSS.? W *1 THE TAMIAMI Pi'|l\ T rL!l TOY MAM I" \i" 11" -IN, T ; > U tend to n 7 !" *H Clerk of • ;* n,, bounty, K, ..I,""" 1 Cou 1 BlVllJ? rSBP* l^ii Lincoln ||.,i,,| t *>*— NOTICE l.~ HEREBY Ofld '"', "' • %  %  'llra, „!• of CLEM .. %  Minor M .it 1391 K -' w. nth x.Va! Fla Intend ... r^btSrlnA with the Cl,.rk of the rirrjitCiil Dade c r rldi CLEM MYERBl N KI MTU CKLIiMAN VT nJ ISAAC nu'1'1'. Attorni for Applloanli. '.. %  .' :: NOTICE IS HEREBY OlS ihe undi ileslrlng Tmt buslm the lii-iinouaal JERSEY KIM >Il CKNTKK. JIKJ llns An-. Ml iml Beach, Pi,al to ran • name mih tl{ i-f th%  Court el DadeC Florida SAM 'El, KflAN'ZBUr. MILTON \ FHIKIiMAS, Ait. i%  %  Applicant 4/S-Il I MIAMI MONUMENT "Miamt't Oldeit ard Uief j Operated liy SIDNEY H. PALMEH You need no longer rij 6 to 10 months for yj monuments. We canyil 1 a r q e selection ioi j mediate delivery. All Styles of Hebrw Lettering and Desga Phone 4-5922 For an 3279 S. W. 8th Strrf Opposite Woodlawn Ci*W| MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Ph ne ^ Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETESY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE • D IG MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOU* ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth JjglS Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed BM For Further Information Phona 9-2664, 4-S9 2 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE 1 "•. E.v, v :ie !" E ,EWI8H coMMoN ii i M .r^' E. E. CARTER. Funaral Diract or A Friand la Naad" H0H*00JI000$f


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am H vim'""""' i^sW^s. (gejgMjSSgpiiirSB %  PAGE TWO fy>AAx>naMy ttpexdinq, Miss Courshon to Wed By ELSIE KROI & U f£wh*U^ Maurice Schwartz, director of 9 = qua m.ed^w, ... After Graduation Maurice Schwartz, direct* oi g = -££" LesHe EUoI =ce ^ a p pr oaching mjrjj the Jewish Art theater in New ^ nd J ? h and her mother ,, their daughter Mur.cl, to He. York, stopped in Miami Monnow thatM ^ her ,„ A Vi. of Ne* York J_.. -_ u;= ,.,nu to Buenos are vibiiuiy ...___ )rom .... u K;, P l;ui \M" "V day on his way to Buenos a 9 dischargf from Aires. He was a guest o Mr. !" Q g nne L( w her and Mrs. Max Azar, Coral Gane ^ s|a ioned in bles. who honored him with a JVL 9 ^ wife and luncheon. Guests included Mr haye jus ieturn ed oi five month stay with ,„ j^ob ll Kaplan will at lhe wedding which wi.! in l.l -t the bride's home June the nc. ol he tamilj tcw close friends. C ii hon : % %  %  : ... 0 f Mii n i May 31. oftn H %  lent news%  Nu Kappa intern* Rel FRIDAY HAROLD SOLOMON MARRIES MISS MAti AUSLAl UniAn and Mrs. Jacob Fishman Beach, who have just returned uom • ^ home from South America, and Mr. hun. J JjJ^ ^ Q JeW and Mrs. Ashkenazi Mr. ana Schwartz will appear in Buenos weeKs .. Aires and in Rio de Janiero in La m pi ? K ^ ai ^ the "Three Matomuss" by Cleveland had quite a lew j Peretz"Dr. Herzl" and the resentatives down here last "Mfshpocha of Carnovsky." He week. ^"J.^^^S will return to tins coun.ry in -^^^fa^three ,U Mr.and Mr, Frank A Rose, associates -dt-r^J-. £ 2360 S W. 19th, ter had a d, and "j^ Schwaltz d > ^ ****^J 1 ^^J£. Mr. and Mrs. Standlord Sch urday mqht when they enter Cleveland ,„ h „, J Wa I, i Tl wn adtamed Mr. Rose s cousu, .Leon BQUND ,,„ ard Rose, first cellist oi the Gertner of M %  •' A New York Philharmonic orMr. and Mrs. Hunv Gertnt. chela, and Mr, Rose. Pre, 1930 S. W. _21st st left MonM* %  %  ; o m v is :. 1, rf anatokjewnalmentioned w WI An : Students >' ] UnI in %  e son A. Vitriol. the of th betrothal 0 I Miss Betty Ra Weintraub and enko is made by her j ., k Wi intraub, 7(>5 W 5oi ii st. Ti • %  daughter e late Jack Weintraub. A en. besides the members of the day for a six months stay ... ., N w y ork family were Mr. and Mrs. Joe New Yo.k. Another New Yon Fuchi Mr. Fuchs is firs, vielound is Mr, Ethel Schaffron Weintraub linis, of the Philharmonic who divides her time between geuy h Mr. Al Zuckerman and Miss Here and the Beach. Later .n Reveal Evelyn Brown surprised Claire tie season die wJl go to Pa• Levine with a miscellaneous tine for her first visit there since shower las, Sunday evening at, before the war. The men s Miss Pearl Go.tesman's home, and women s divisions of Miz^ Showerina gifts was .he memrachi bid her bon voyage in a bership of the Business and joint meeting Saturday night. Professional Women's divisiin E. M Mendelssohn left Miami of Hadassah. Miss Levine's .wo weeks ago for Washingaunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. ton. This week Mrs. MendelMax Kimelblot, of New York, sshon and their children, Bobby arrived here Monday for her and Helene, will leave for their wedding Wednesday morning home in Chicago, where Mr. at Beth David to Louis J Wine. Mendelssohn will soon join Her cousins, the Isadore Kimelthem Stella and Harold blots, of New York, were also Turk have house guests they down for the event are Harold's sister-in-law, Mrs. After savoring Miami's warm Jack Turk, and her daughter, sun all winter, Mr. and Mrs 'Gloria. On their way down Max Lessmann have motored from New York, mother and back to their home in Paterson, daughter stopped in Shelby, N. J. In New Rochelle. N. N. C. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Y„ for a vacation of several Irving Turk months is Mis. Anna Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ruof 1234 S. W. Fourth st. bin's summer home is in Deal. Mrs Annie Lieberman has reN. J., and they are leaving for turned to Long Branch, N. J., there Sunday. Irwin Rubin after spending the season here w ill join his parents in June with her sons, Leon and IrvBack from Nassau are Mr. ar^ ing Mrs. George Adler and their Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Getdaughter. Marvelle Mrs. George Stone returns today Mr. and Mrs. Harold Solomon are now residing at Miami Beach after a honey moon in Havana Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiated at their wedding Sunday, April 14, at the nom e of the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern, 556 N. E. 57th st. A reception was held in their honor following the ceremony. Mis. Robert Schwartz was her sisters matron of honor. Mrs. Solomon is the former Muriel Auslander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auslander, :520 N. W. First St. She is a graduate ,f Miami Senior High school and attended the Univeritv of Miami. Mr. Solomon Is the son of Mr. Morns Solomon and M Solomon, Miami Beach. He is also a Miami High schooli ind attended the University of Georgia, in Athens. Thei uside here until June when they will go to New Yi Solomon intends to enter an art school. -Photo b> Ufa| MRS. HAROLD SO10M01 EVENING CEREMONY UNITES SILVERMANS In a simple evening wedding Tuesday at Miami Orthodox Congr< gation Miss Evelyn Rosenthal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ',,:. brother, R K. Rosenthal, 1502 N. E. First ave.,' tended the couple EINHORNS PLAN KEY WEST HOME When Mildred BergJ came the bride of SH horn April 11, her sister,! m\ The git waited see! %  J R U /f: "YO AT THREE THEATRES itone returns from Savannah, Ga., where she attended the Wednesday wedding of Bobby Gordon. Mr. [Gordon is the nephew of Barney Slifkin BINDERS VISIT HERE Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, of Lynchburg, Va., and Miami Beach, are here with their small son, J. Louis, visiting Mrs. Binder's mother, Mrs. Ethel Shcchet, and her brother, Fred Shochet. Mrs. Binder is the former Ray Shochet At Mt. Sinai hospital. New York, recuperating from an ear ] operation is Mrs. Henry Steig, i 4230 Sheridan ave. Mrs. Steig hopes to return to Miami Beach next month Mr. and Mrs. Max Gold and their son, Allen, are vacationing at the Belmar hotel. Driving home to Brooklyn they will stop at North Carolina State (CONTINUED ON PACE THREE) graduate i '•' Edi on High attended Florida State collei Mr. Soforenko has resumed his tudies at the University ol Florthree ye; en ice in tl • Army, Th< son ol the Fred i .Jack nville, he is a : ol Pi Lambda Phi fraity. Wedding plan will be announced lat became the bride of Leon Silverman, machinist's mate 2-c, son of Mrs. Bertha Silverman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rabbi Murry Grauer, Rabbi Jabbi Joseph Rackovaky and the Rev. Maurice Mamehes officiated n the ceremony held before members of the family. Miss Ruth Rosi nthal, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Morris Harris, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Silverman's cousin. Miss Doris Feldman, played the harp. After the ceremony a reception was held at the synag gue. The bride is a graduate ot Miami Senior High school. Her husband is a graduate of Morristown High school and Bloomfield Vocational school. He has been in the Coast Guard over four years and was stationed in Greenland 16 months. The couple will make their home in Miami after Mr. Silverman's discharge from the service n July. honor and best man. Mrs Einhorn is the I of Mrs, Esther Bergia,! W. 2M d ct. and Ml the scin %  %  Anr.e £.:.:.:: West. Rabbi Moses! med the ceremony j was followed by a the Players' rvstauract The bride attended' High school in New Einhorn recently COKM years of service with ikl during which he served IJ in Alaska. After a honeymoot i| Beach, the Einhons d| home at sol Duvalst. MME. AUGUSTA K. 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m tewiyyElDiPiidliiaun I 7^^^-THE JEWISH UNITY THE JEWISH W EEKLY 19_NUMBER 18 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 3, i 9 4 6 PRICE TEN CENTS uiry Report: End White Paper, No Commonwealth JINGTON, April 30 (JTA)—The longreport of the Anglo-American Inquiry which holds the key to the future of was made public tonight by the White aether -vith a statement from President %  expressing satisfaction that "the comfcommends in effect the abrogation of the er of 1939," which, he said, will proper development of the Jewish national ^commendations of the committee are: Dial of 100.000 immigration certificates be authorized immediately for the admission to Palestine of Jews who were victims of Nazi and Fascist persecution; that these certificates be awarded, as far as possible, in 1946 and that actual immigration be pushed as rapidly as conditions will permit. 2. The governments of Britain and of the United States together, and in association with other countries, should endeavor immediately to find new homes for all "displaced persons," irrespective of creed or nationality, whose ties with their former communities have been irreparably broken. 3. Since a considerable number of Jews will continue to live in Europe, the governments of Britain and the United States should endeavor to assure that immediate effect is given to the provision of the United Nations Charter calling for "universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language and religion." 4. With regard to normal Palestine immigration, in addition to the admittance of the 100,000 Jewish refugees, the Mandatory should, pending the execution of a trustee(Continued on Page 6) li Answers Appeal for clothes, canned other "supplies for %  vivors" has been isGreater Miami JewIon, which is cooperi national Joint Distripittee drive, fc! an for the area p who has Bin Essen, Miami pd Mrs. Jack J. Falk, man. bnt need is fur food pithing. However, all tins, canned goods, Mica! supplies and 1 vitally needed Bt egulai relief pro\v JDC for the little on Jews who remain lul Europe. to shoppers to buy groceries has by sos workers, who jcartons in large grocT>r collection of confc collection depot for poods has been estabm W. 15th st. Micannot bring their to the depot may |en at 4-7736 and a •er motor corps will la reel. p aides in the city Tley C. Myers, Mrs. gj, Mrs. 'Jus Feuer, eissel, Mrs. Max Harold Cohen and %  one. Mrs. Acker'y of the town camJewish organizaFating at the Beach Pve successful. AZA *n enlisted to pick suppl, ( .. s to Temple [which has been set f tral wan-house on K P 0ts ; "' c a,so at 'Miami Beach Jewnd the Beach Y. ,* Beach pickFederation office, (assistants are Mrs. I; Mrs Julius Selig| J Ell, Mrs. BarK„, A Schumann, Jptmm and Mrs. Ian. Mrs. £11 fa fejl that persons £ad s r s lips of Ccioi? r esses n Ln ^ t0 ponal replies we l c lihe fact that f D N PAQ E 6 JWB Leaders to Map Reconversion At National Parley in Capital WASHINGTON, D. C. — More will report to the American Jewthan 500 Jewish community lead, ish community on its services to ers from all parts of the United the armed forces since 1940 and States will meet here this week present its postwar program of end for the 29th annual meeting, activity on behalf of the armed May 4-6, of the National Jewish forces, veterans and the 288 JewWelfare board to map plans for ish community centers and reconverting the manpower and YMHAs and YWHAs of which I resources of JWB for postwar service, veterans' assistance and | community activities. Nine representatives from Greater Miami will attend the convention. They are George Chertkof, Miami Y president, and Mrs. Chertkof, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer and Maurice Grossman, representing the Miami Y. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Milton jSirkin, Mrs. Carl Susskind and (jack Marash, representing the Beach Y. Convening on the eve of the first anniversary of V-E Day, this first national conclave of JWB since 1942 will be keyed to the theme of "Fram War to Peace." The united instrumentality of American Jewry for meeting the religious, welfare, and morale needs of Jewish men and women in uniform, and officially recognized as such by the War and Navy departments since 1917, the National Jewish welfare board HARRY SIMONHOFF Zionists Mobilize For Shekel Drive JWB is the national association. Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson and Gen. Omar N. Bradley, administrator of the veterans administration, will be the principal convention speakers. A first-hand report on Jewish cultural, social and youth activities in South America, with special reference to the status of and need for Jewish youth-serving agencies, and an initial progress report on the independent survey of JWB, launched to guide the organization's peace-time program of services to the armed forces, the Jewish centers and the American Jewish community generally will be other convention highlights Mobilization of Greater Miami The report on South America Jewry behind the current Shekel will be made by Louis Kraft, campaign was mapped Tuesday executive director of JWB, who by representatives of local Zionhas just returned from a two! lst organizations who named months study of the Jewish com: Harry Simonhoff chairman of the munities in 10 Latin American drive to sell the ballots, countries Similar to a poll tax, a 50-cent I Shekel gives the purchaser the [right to vote for representatives FULL TEXT OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S STATEMENT \&* !" H^ffS ON REPORT OF ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE Zionist organization are entitled I to vote by virtue of their memWASHINGTON, April 30 (JTA>-Emphasizing that the rec^"JjjP; Report Invokes Arab Protest, Further Strife In the wake of the AngloAmerican Inquiry committee report, the Palestine picture darkened this week as indications in the United States pointed to a hands-off policy by the government in aiding the British to keep peace in the Holy Land. From Arab leaders came news of a general Arab strike, scheduled to begin today in protest against the inquiry report. Britain will oppose sending 100.000 Jews to Palestine unless the U. S. undertakes some of the military and financial responsibility involved in transporting the survivors and insuring domestic peace in the Holy Land. It now appears thai the United Nations is the only agency capable of handling the situation, with the U. S. and Great Britain unwilling to cooperate to establish JewishArab harmony. ommendations of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee amount to the abrogation of the British White Paper of 1939, which restricted Jewish immigration and land acquisition in Palestine. President Truman tonight issued a statement expressing his satisfaction with the report. The statement reads: "I am very happy that the request which I made for the immediate admission of 100.000 Jews into Palestine has been unanimously endorsed by the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry. The transference of these unfortunate people should now be accomplished with the greatest dispatch. The protection and safeguarding of the Holy Places in Palestine, sacred to Moslem. Christian and Jew. is adequately provided in the report. "One of the most significant factors in the report is that ii insures complete protection to the Arab population of Palestine, not only their civil and religious riqhts but also guarantees constant improvement in their cultural, educational and economic position. "I am also pleased that the committee recommends in effect the abrogation of the White Paper of 1939 including existing restrictions on immigration and land acquisition to promote further development of the Jewish National Home. It is also gratifying that the report envisages the carrying out of large-scale economic development projects in Palestine which would facilitate their immigration and be of benefit to the entire population. "In addition to these immediate objectives the report deals with many other questions of long range political policy and of international law which require careful study and which I will take under advisement" Calling upon Miamians to sell (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Red Cross Drive To End Tonight With approximately $25,000 outstanding, the American Red Cross will wind up its Dade county drive for $407,000 at the final dinner meeting at 5:45 p.m. this evening in the Towers hotel. There is a slim possibility that the drive will go over the top, according to H. H. Hyman, chairman, who is counting on contributions made Thursday and Friday to bring the campaign to a successful conclusion. Commanding officers of Dade county military installations and the executive committee of the Bed Cross will be honor guests at the dinner at which division chairmen will make their final reports. A few workers may continue olicitations next week in a "clean up" campaign if the goal is not met tonight, Hyman said. JERUSALEM, May 1.—Extra troops and police details are on guard here and in other major cities of Palestine following the announcement by Arab leaders that the Holy Land would be the scene of bitter strife if the AngloAmerican inquiry committee report is accepted. Jamal Effendi Husseini, acting chairman of the Arab higher committee, aaid adoption of the report— which recommended that 100,000 European Jews be admitted immediately to Palestine— "would drive the entire Middle East into the bosom of Soviet Russia." (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Cancer Drive Nears $30,037 County Goal With over $26,000 subscribed in the Dade county cancer drive, workers are concentrating on going over the $30,037 goal. Saturday has been set aside as Cancer Tag Day and cancer buttons will be sold by high school students and other volunteer workers throughout the county. On Miami Beach, Ned Rosen is in charge of the solicitation. The drive has been extended indefinitely, according to Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, county commander of the drive, who declared: "If we collect more than our quota it will mean we can do quicker and better work for cancer victims in Dade county, the state and the nation." i. t*



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i V( MAY 3, 1946 +Jewish flcrldHan PAGE THIBTEEN George J. T lian Florida Director. ADL [t week 44^612 Dade county students, on the elemen|U nior high school and high [evels, will receive copies he comic book pamphlet Got the Blame." Reprint, True Comics magazine, Lklet is based upon a Cirt of the same name pubbv the International Com0 'f Young Men's Christian %  ations. has the story of scapegoatThistory in a pictorial graLy the reprint has great tional value in teaching the D l eS of democracy and in ng character education. pamphlet exposes the Loat trick as used by the [and by power-seeking dejbefore them. The historical bent of scapegoating in this hiet traces its use from jvc times to present date. Got the Blame" describes | in ear ly history, animals blamed for plagues and were the "scapegoats" for the misfortunes. It then deI the persecution of early bans who were blamed by omans whenever fire, flood nine occurred. pamphlet portrays the use I goat trick in the hands pagogues like Hitler. It dei how the Nazis used scapeB to seize power in Gerfand to weaken from within enemies in Europe. The kttempt at "divide and confin the United States comes treatment. pamphlet concludes by reling faith in the Golden i the basic rule of conduct lor nations and for individT. "Do unto others as you j have others do unto you," upon the reader. Jcators throughout the counIve acclaimed this excellent Bet It was read eagerly and kiastically by the boys and o* ;H* to.* \9 1" o\ >** *• a> bo' a ,\d* to"' do' ,w o. On Sun 1 the nit e**T St* at' ,tio \S **VfkK" 1 COUPON njoy your "The Drama destine" series and en1$ t owards its nd for your other good Name Address > Miami Beach Zionist car* of Radio Station Temple Sisterhood To Induct Leaders Officers of Temple Israel Sisterhood will be installed at the final luncheon meeting to be held at 12:30 p.m. in the Cadillac hotel. A talk by Laurence Schwab, producer, playwright and columnist, on his impressions of the theatre, will highlight the program which has been arranged by Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum, assisted by Mrs. Marvin C. Freeman. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman will install the officers, who are Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, president; Mrs. Harry V. Simons, first vice president; Mrs. Harry Boyell, second vice president; Mrs. Bertha Lach, recording secretary; Mrs. Henry Hirsch, assistant recording secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson, corresponding secretary; Mrs Albert Hirsch, financial secretary; Mrs. Max Meisel, auditor, and Mrs. Isaac Levin, treasurer. Board members who will be inducted aie the Mesdames Frank Coret, Sam Luby, M. B. Ross, Elry Stone, Harry Nevins, Stella Hantman, Lucille Lichtenstetter, William Singer, Frank Perlman and Louis Boyell. Mrs. Harold Spaet wil preside as mistress of ceremonies. Reservations fcr this luncheon may be made by contacting the Temple Israel office. Chart Medical School Dri nve Annual meeting of the Dade county Council of Social Agencies has been called for Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in the olumbus hotel, by Stanley C. Myers, president. girls in schools in states from Illinois to Massachusetts, California and Oregon. The pamphlet is serving a real purpose by helping to form sound ideas of democratic living in the minds of our youth. Progress of a drive to raise S4.000.000 in the U. S. for a new medical school at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, was discussed with Sir Leon Simon (right) prior to his departure for Palestine to take over duties as chairman of the executive council of that University. Shown with him at campaign headquarters, 16 East 48th St.. New York, are Mrs. Samuel J. Kosensohn and Colonel Harold Kiegclmau, co-chairmen of the drive. The new medical school will press (he light against tropical diseases and stem the critical shortage of physicians in the Near and Middle East. CAPABLE INDIVIDUAL AVAILABLE All around reliable middle-aged Jewish widow, many yeara in own businoit, capable of handling help, wiahea position where personality and aggressiveness are paramount. No undertaking too large. Apt. house manager or ready-to-wear specialist, both as buyer-manager and sales. Now employed—avail, able May 1st. Write MRS. LEE Care of Jewish Florldian Box 2973 Miami 18, Florida Cardiac Children Have FDR Tribute Contest Lola Schulman is first prize winner of a "Tribute to Roosevelt" contest sponsored at the National Children's Cardiac Home by Mrs. David Washer. Lola received a prize for writing a poem. Second and third prize winners are Norton Schwartz and Jerry Yellan. 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The cooked cabbage may be placed in casserole, covered with Sauce, topped with bread crumbs, then browned in oven a few minutes. Ketchup Butter Sauce Combitie equal portion* of— •tomato ketchup butter. Heat, then serve over cooked vegetables. (2 tablespoons per serving). J •Mult b) Honu TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace RALEIGH PETTEWAY JUSTICE of the SUPREME COURT of FLORIDA Has lived in Florida 37 years; edudated in the University of North Carolina (A.B.). University of Florida Law School (LL.B.). Columbia University Law School; admitted to practice law in Florida in 1915; over 17 years a judge, 12 years as Judge of Criminal Court of Hillsborough County; practiced law in Miami since 1937; member Dade County, Florida State* and American Bar Associations; led in first primary for Governor in 1936; served in U. S. Army in World War I; member American Legion; member and past president of Kiwanis; 32nd degree Mason, Shriner, Odd Fellow, Past Grand Chancellor and Supreme Represenjalive Knights of Py'hias, PI Kappa Alpha; member, deacon and teacher of Men's Bible Class, Central Baptist Church, Miami. YOUR SUPPORT AND VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED OVER 17 YEARS A JUDGE W RALEIGH PETTEWAY (This Adv. Paid for by Friends of Judge Pittteway) (Pd. Political Adv.) Distributed by Manhattan Distributors, Inc. 1536 N. Miami AT*. Miami Fla.



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' • PAGE SIX Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue^Miami Fla. L-J2L !" 1 r ^4 1.10 >tth.^ orr.ce FRVn K SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher F RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor^ *~~ NUMBER 18 VOLUME 1!) .,,.•> 1048 Miami 18. Florida. Friday, May^lMO 1YAR 2. 5706 Governor Supports Jewish Homeland LET'S GET GOING NOW! As news of the Anglo-American inquiry ff^SZ and released this week, reached the public, vary y greeted the recommendations. The acceptance =1 ^^oS'oOoT^h ^SSTSl 1S2 the immediate admission of IUU.UUU jew.sn F br0U ght tine, was accorded a welcome reception This action m^g encouragement, since it provide. ^"J^^X The devastated and disaster-trodden Jews a new lease on me added advantage is the substantial number to be added to ou ranks in Palestine. They will strengthen our cause and further our chances toward achieving the ultimate "P^^J^ of the almost unanimous voice of world Iery. This^hope also supported by great numbers of our Christian neighbors. The absorption of these Jews into the political ^economic life of the country, will, in turn, become the most potent weapon against the often claimed, but never subs ontiated, argument that the limited absorptive capacity of Palestine makes it inadvisable to open its doors to free Jewish immigra tion. The committee's unanimous opinion advocating the abrogation of the White Paper of 1939, which immediately would reopen the purchase of land to the Jewish people, was likewise well taken. .. Our leadership at the outset vociferously opposed the establishment of the committee, fearing that, at best, it would be but a stall We would have been naive to have expected a recommendation advocating a Jewish commonwealth Therefore, the stand by the inquirers did not come as a surprise. Dissatisfaction was immediately expressed in this regard. But so valiant a struqgle as has been waged by Zionists wi not be given up. The victories achieved in this long uphill battle serve as added determination to secure that to which ; we are entitled. So much for the report but the aftermath, since its publication, is frought with many implications. The columns of the daily press and the air waves have been filled with repercussions Constantly changing opinions appear in rapid succession. The Arabs up in arms, striking and threatening, are mustering every ounce of antagonism against acceptance of the report. Disappointing is Britain's attitude. Attlee's cool attitude now is guite different from his original pledae to support the inquirers' stand. His passing the buck and delaying tactics are already seen and the issue is but a few hours old. More dismaying, much more so, is the reported coldness of Congress in shying away from intervention and support asked by Britain in its buck passing. A vital question is at hand. Americans who have carried the issue thus far will make mandatory an affirmative action by their congressmen, who until now have substantially indicated endorsement of Zionism through words and promises. Material support is essential now. Congress must not and cannot stop now. It must wield an influence upon Great Britain that will once and for all bring her policies out in the open. Each of us must exert our every energy in this direction. Shopping Companion For The Next 90 Days Millard F. Caldwell address before a gaihering of three hundred ZionThurrday evening. April ... ent: ..TheUme th e history of the world when the Jews ought to ta£ and should hav.. ane must have a place to call their own. r Caldwell was th speaker „ t the annual affair of the Miami Zionist Dis met arranged to benefit the orexpansion ana Jr Governor keynoted his you can Rft n s program. -I don'1 know how t lh0 worW ; the governor said. "Palestine >> ,.„. awa v; Germany and PoUnd, war st ricken countries ,., breakfast tables Thcj arefai removed fromth i eakfas tables. Those people are worrying about ....... 5 in the ab. cc pci ip. > n .; when it • down • i permanent action ,, get things moving. Rabbi Max Shapiro, toast,. .. thi even ng, following address, stated: mental e is not the tonight, we want vou to understand. As much as me to testify our loyalty to %  • loyalty to you as gow • '' state w youi words and responsibilitv, individual responsibility, as well as the callousness and part of the citizens of the state. We recognize thai problem, ol course. Among our people in relationship to the Zionist cause, it is only natural that within a state, so within a gr< up, tin re will be difi, renci s in opinion. We want • know as head of our state, that overwhelmingly, not only the Jewish population of Florida, but also the Christians that know the •:. oi Pali stine, are overwhelmingly in agreement that there must be the rehabilitation of Palestine as a Jewish commonwealth." Harrj Cordon was chairman of • raiDAY.MAY' END OF WHITE PAPER, NO COMMONWEAL INDICATED IN INQUIRY COMMITTEE (Continued from Page One) ship agreement by the United Nations, administer p. 1 according to the Mandate which declares that "th e ad J tion of Palestine, while ensuring that the rights and other sections of the population are not prejudiced, i ate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions." Says Palestine Should Be Neither Jewish Nor Arab Sk* In order to dispose "once and for all" of the exclusive ck.1 of Jews and Arabs to Palestine, the report recommends SI lowing principles: 1. Jew shall not dominate Arab, and Arab shall not Jew in Palestine. 3. The form of government ultimately to be j shall, under international guarantees, fully protect and Jji the interests in the Holy Land of Christendom and of the Mok and Jewith faiths. 4 Palestine must ultimately become a state which the rights and interests of Moslems, Jews and Chrisua dot&j^l Jans : 4 I meastnJ Inquiry Report Invokes Arab General Strike (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) 'Wi will Krai) at any straw— R who will help Tl i A said that the • : :'. sui d last night in LonWashington, "must be resisted by the unanimous eyV : ',.'•.• Arab and M "Wi '. will all the Hussi ini li i iving us of inWi are :. lations will pi .-. Palestine into bli ody lent reai I i It all Arab countries countrii ven more '•' %  %  i • P ili • ru itself." '•' edAliJinI the Moslem red th it the report i • bi trayal of the • the Arabs." morning newspapei II • %  k< r in Tel Aviv cornthat the report not ju tice, but charity," ewspapei Aldiffa '• the report as lo-American conspiracy which wil mpleti ly rejected by all Arabs and Moslems." and accords its inhabitants, as a whole, the fullest self-government, consistent with the three principles set fail above. Mandate to Continae—Arab Advancement Is Recommend I The report emphasizes that the inquiry committee :KJ.| the conclusion that the hostility beween Jews and Arabs.ST particular the determination of each to achieve domination necessary by violence," makes it almost certain that now • for some time to come, any attempt to establish either an; pendent Palestinian state or two independent Palestinians would result in civil strife which might threaten the peacedl world. The committee therefore recommends that, until this 1 disappears, the government of Palestine be continued i present, under Mandate, pending execution of a agreement by the United Nations. At the same time, the report recommends that themand or trustee proclaim the principle that the economic, educal and political advancement of the Arabs in Palestine is of < importance with that of the Jews. Also that the man immediately prepare measures designed "to bridge the i which now exists" and raise the Arab standard of living! of the Jews, and bring the two peoples to "a full appredatdj their common interests and common destiny in the land 1 they both belong." Abolition of Existing Land Restrictions for Jews Is Urged Criticizing the Palestine land • transfer regulations cf 1 under which Jews were prevented from acquiring land it J tain sections of the country, the report recommends: 1. These regulations should be rescinded and replacedi] regulations based on a policy of freedom in the sale, I use of land, irrespective of race, community or creed, win adequate protection should be provided for the inter* ij small owners and tenant cultivators. 2 That steps be taken to render "nugatory" and to ] provisions in conveyances, leases and agreements relt lund which stipulate that only members of one race, or creed may be employed on or about or in connection with. 3. The government should exercise such close over the Holy Places and localities, such as the Sea of ( and its vicinity, as will protect them from desecration andl uses which offend the conscience of religious people. Wants Jewish Agency to Cooperate in Suppression oi T The committee recommends that if its report is should be made clear "beyond all doubt" to both Jetil Arabs that any attempt from either side, by threats ol r by terrorism, or by the organization or use of illegal i prevent its execution, will be "resolutely suppressed." "We express the view," the report says, "that the I Agency should at once resume active cooperation with tM datory in the suppression of terrorism and of illegal lranfr and in the maintenance of that law and order throughout? tine which is essential for the good of all, includini immigrants." Urges Consultation With Neighboring Arab Sta* The report recommends that "the examination, and execution" of plans dealing with large-scale < and industrial development of Palestine," should be I from the start and throughout in full consultation and tion not only with the Jewish Agency, but also withy ments of the neighboring Arab states directly affect*In making this recommendation, the re Pf ^^ various plans for agricultural and indusrtial in an develop MIAMIANS ANSWER S.O.S. APPEAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) contributions are being sent to one pool by organizations all over the country. "A central Jewish committee decides where to send the supplies, she explained, "and overlapping it eliminated." Palestine have been "presented to the committee far Hon. "These projects," the report says, "if succe ~!i,. into effect, could not only greatly enlarge *? J^i^l country to support an increasing population, but m> living standards of Jew and Arab alike ^ "We are not in a position," the report continues,^ ^^ the soundness of these specific plans, but we can strongly that, however, technically feasible IMT"^ will fail unless there is peace in Palestine. ** full success requires the willing cooperation ot 9 states, since they are not merely Palestinian P^^l The committee also recommends that "in %  • conciliation of the two peoples and of g* nera JTol the Arab standard of living, the educational system and Arabs be reformed, including the introduction* education within a reasonable time."



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ps@&^3se% LlY, MAY 3. 1946 +Jen 1st Thriller PAGE SEVEN >ngrcs$ to Install Mrs. Glasser; firing President to be Feted b Louis Glasser, new presi0 f the Beach chapter of the li'fc division, AmericaniJwKess, will be installed at K at 1 P. !" Thursday at Icl,. Beth Slu.lom. E Benjamin Sherry, presidloff.cer fr the day, will preiRabb. Leon Kron.sh, Cantor [uel Kelemer and Hy Fried, Inist during the program. L Moses Krieger will mtroMrS. H, Leslie, retiring Idenl, wi' ill install the new l cl< Mrs, Krieger was named fcrarv life president and Mrs. fee, honorary president, at the lions Monday. [ hl r officers are Mrs. Rose Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, T. Firestone, Miss Clara %  enbert;. Mrs. Kmanuel Basand Mis Sam Prosterman, piv.;.ei< nts. Mrs Gord in Wolkenberg, urer; Mrs, Charles Gross,1 cial secretary; Mrs. [ n ie Kimball, auditor; Mrs. |a Feld. recording secretary; Arthur Klein, Mrs. Laura howiU and Mrs. Edna Soifer, tspondinK secretaries. Mrs. Leslie will be honored i reception at 2 p.m. Monday. 20, at the Miami Women'* Reservations for the afmay be made with Mr. Slip Salmon, 5-5282; Mrs. Max bisel, 5 7253, or Mrs. Rose SCHOOL ADDS ICULTY MEMBERS Ibi'it H. McClain, certified |ic accountant in Florida and as. and H. 1'. Forrest, attorney w, have joined the faculty of Peninsular institute, new school of accounting and business administration. McClain, practicing public accountant and partner in the I public account/jra I ing firm of Co*V* -J* s tar, McClain H. Mccia.n a n d Company, ni, will teach accounting at [institute. %  Test, ;. practicing attorney member of the Florida Bar, cs o c i a t e d th the law of Moreid, Pa Hot, ^h & Phillips, mi. was formw 11 h the %  ted States Jsury depart|t, Bureau of kial R e v eas agent enH p Forreit in handling income tax [estate and gift tax investigate has also lectured on ral taxation. Firestone. 5-2083. Elected to the board of directors were the Mesdames S. Appelbaum, M. Mescheloff, Irving Lehrman, M. Grauer, Leon Kronish, J. Kaplan. Max Shapiro, M. Arnold, Sam Blank, Daniel Broad, Leon Ell, J. Engel, E. Friend, Max Greenberg. Pauline Grundwerg. And the Mesdames D. Harris, Jack Hirsch, J. Kane, Leonard Kimball, Alexander Kogan, Ray Lack, N. Lesowoder, S. Maepcr, Murray Maurer, Max Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, Lee Meyers, Jennie Mills, Louis Miller, Frances Powell, L Rotsprecher, Joseph Rose, M. Raff, Philip Salmon, Sam Sapiro, I. Silberlicht. Also elected to the board were the Mesdames R. Schultz, K. Stein, A. H. Shoher, Arthur Triester, Carl Weinkle, E. Weiss, I. M. Weinstein, Ed Weinstein, B. B. Wolf, I Wohl. Lena Wolk, A. E. Woolfe, B. Zimmerman, Harry Zeilingcr, and Miss Malvina Weiss. Showboat to Carry Hebrew School Group When the "Showboat" leaves the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce docks at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, members of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will be aboard. The bout ride, sponsored by the organization, will feature dancing, games and refreshments. Information about the affair may be obtained from Mrs. E. A. Moss, reservations chairman, at 2-7115. The congregation will hold its membership social Tuesday evening. May 14, at the Biscayne Temple. Lois Ann Deever, dancer, and Herbert Nook, comedian, will appear on the program. The group is seeking a Southwest section location on which to erect a school building. Mothers' Day Brunch Set By Junior Group Mothers of Junior Hadassah members will be honored at a brunch at noon Sunday in the National hotel, according to Miss Doris Albin, chairman. A program in connection with Mother's Day will highlight the morning's entertainment. Among the honored guests will be the women of Senior Hadassah, who will act as proxy motners for the University of Miami members whose families are not Miami residents. Assisting Miss Albin are Miss Toby Cooper, cochauman; Miss Jackie Drosd, decorations; Miss Rosalind Kivel, program, and Miss Roslyn Drosd, corsages. Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, one of Junior Hadassah's sponsors, is contecting the members of Senior Hadassah. This evening, Junior Hadassah will participate in services at Temple Beth Sholom. The Misses Doris Albin, Toby Cooper, Celia Dobrin and Dorothy Susman will be guest speakers. Assisting the hostesses at the Oneg Shabbat which will follow the services will be Selma Lewis, Lucille Yagoda, Rosyn and Jackie Drosd. Minyan Saves Lives Of Destitute Children Miami Hadassah Names Mrs. Carp Mrs. oseph S. Carp will be installed as president of the Miami Hadassah late in May, it was announced Monday following her election. Other new officers are Mrs. Moe Feingold, first vice president; Mrs. Jack Stone, second vice president; Mrs. David Sernaker, third vice president; Mrs. J. Martin Fishman, treasurer; Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. financial secretary; Mrs. Fred Ochs, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Harry Minkoff, recording secretary. Mrs. Carp paid tribute to the work of the temporary officers, headed by Mrs. Joel Belov, who organized the group approximately four months ago. George Baker Joins Advertising Agency George Baker, general art director of the Florida Power & Light Co. since 1934, has resigned to become a member of the firm of the Arnold D. Brown Advertising agency, Brown announced Saturday. Baker will be in charge of all of the agency's creative work, layout, art and production work, with headquarters at the agency's offices. 755 Flagler st. Emanon Club Sponsors Swim-Dance Sunday Hendersonville Resort Adds Swimming Pools ction of officers and the mg of a Palestinian film will Wight a meeting of the Beth W P. T. A.. 8 p.m. Monday !" 9 al the congregation £ film is entitled "The Land •omise." ISION We Correct— Near Sightedness Far Sightedness •k Astigmatism Cross Eyes "k Cataracts Without Use of Glasses, Drugs or Surgery | C o "'ul Utlon without Ch rge f u *L TRAINING INSTITUTE R. ISA RIPS In Charge *'" B.ach p h( 1466 Wash. Phone 6-0471 A luxurious swimming pool for adults and a smaller pool and playground for children have been added to the Duncraggan Inn, by Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis, owners of the Hendersonville, N.C. vacation spot. Reservations are now being taken for June through September. Since purchasing the Inn from Jennie Seiden and Adeline Littman, the owners have completely redecorated and renovated all buildings. They have also arranged for dancing, entertainments, parties, horseback riding, golfing and other recreations. Mrs. Lewis, the former Blanche Meufeld, was a Miami Beach resident for many years and at one time served as president of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. An Hadassah Minyan group, headed by Mrs. Joseph Pomerance, will meet at the home of Mrs. Chutkow, 2835 Fairgreen dr., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday to continue its work as a study and child rescue group. Prof. Waldman, of New York's City college, will be guest speaker. Formed in February with several other Minyanim, the group meets every other Tuesday and reviews current events, books, Jewish and Zionist endeavors. Each person who attends pays $1.50 toward the $360 necessary to help rescue one child from destitute Europe and transfer him to Palestine. "After only five meetings, we have collected $270.50," Mrs. Pomerance reports. The group has 24 regular members. Meetings are open to women who are interested in attending. A swim dance for members and their bursts will be held by the Emanon club Sunday evening at the Venetian pools, according to Sam Grcenstein, social chairman. Swimming is scheduled from 7:30 till 9 p.m.. when the dance will begin. Admission is 50 cents per person. Assisting Grcenstein with the arrangements is Seymour Siiron. Next regular meeting of the club will be held Wednesday evening at the Miami Y. To Hold Barn Dance A gala barn dance will be held by the Temple Beth Sholom Fratority 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening at 4144 Chase ave. Guests have been asked to dress up in their oldest clothing for the occasion. Refreshments, entertainment and games are promised. LEGAL NOTICES The noted art creator is a gradduate of Carnegie Tech and first began his career as an artist and cartoonist for national newspaper syndicates, later developing the Katjenjammer comic series. For the past 12 years, he has directed the art work of the extensive advertising program of the Florida Power & Light, which have served as models of utility advertising throughout the country. NOTICE is' HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t< engage in business under the fictitious name Of LANOFORU VENETIAN Itl.INO RECONDITIONING CO., :it 00" S. W. 3rd Ave., Miami, inti-ndx to register said name with the Clerk of the ciri-uii Court >>f Dade County, Florida, ROSE MALMUTH, Sole Owner. S/3-10-17-24-31 Religious Book Week Set for May 5 to 12 Local observance of Religious Book Week, May 5 to 12, will coincide with the national annual drive to stimulate reading of books of a spiritual value, sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Broadcast of a play, "Burning of Books," will be heard 10 p.m. Wednesday over Station WGBS, according to Dr. Andrew W. Gottschall, Florida director of the conference. The Little Theatre group of Miami will present the play, which was written especially for the conference by Chester Wright. Libraries, schools, synagogues and churches will feature religious literature throughout next week, Dr. Gottschall said. ELECT WILBUR C. KING of Zolfo Springs, Hardee County. Florida FLORIDA RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Group One DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 7. 1946 YOUR VOTE AND ACTIVE SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Pd. Political Adv. RE-ELECT GEORGE S.0KELL to the STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 INDUSTRIOUS — EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL (I'd Pol. Adv. by :i Friend) Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz are in New York for the wedding of their niece. Their daughter, Lillian, preceded them. They will remain over the Passover holidays. L. Trachtenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Zamoren and young daughters have left for their summer home in Ellenville, N. Y. While here they resided at 736 L st. B'nai B'rith Girls officiated at services at Temple Beth El Friday night. ALFA >* bFOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Miiell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach, Fla. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. *Wfe LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th. Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pn, duett and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE MB UUM i t' i ; i 'i



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i PAGE SIXTEEN Soldier Gives Concert Of Own Compositions A former pfc. in the 692nd air force band, Joseph Hittelman rejoined his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hittleman, 760 Alhambra circle. Coral Gables. Sunday. Hittleman recently com) studies at Trinity college in England to which he had been awarded a scholarship. On April 2 he gave a piano recital at W( hall, London's equivalent to Carnegie hall, and played his own compositions, "London Suite" and "Heroic Fantasy." A great future for Hittleman in music was predicted by Prof. J. Rawley of the English col Hittleman joined the Army in 1942 and served mon than a yeai and a nail overs, as. Murder Will Out When Obituaries Sholem Players Cavort ZEMARKOWITZ ., It*, 71. of 1027 IV""Max '/ %  K\ Ivaiiln lay, Sn vlvlng are I Mon; Inwilt. >•'* I wo I iii Mount Sli ivlih ZIEGLfcR IgliatI /..::'•-. % %  %  : S.H 1 h tl"U .V" Ih. Cannon Asks Return On Independent Record (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 8, taring out pay for enlisted and womei : An • iion's CiI bill i monthly I >i veterans increased pension: % %  terans: free nel. C nnon is tl in tin il use givii ted persons '. '. '> ave pay that receivi II take £**} at Mt Sinai cen^Sl was an active Zl'H Jewish Fraternal Z^*l 19 J ^ends and 2S>J order are requesj t ^*!| rangements are ir71 '**J -V H. PalmeVof?"' Monument_compan y SPECIALIZING NORTHEAST J. Emmet t AND ASSOCUS' R£ AL ESTATE FuUe8 Co^p*^ 6207 Bisciryn, H Pnone 782419 IN THE INTEREST OF ALL OUR CHIL DRDi ELECT HARLEY G. COLLINS SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 1 16 Years A Little River Business Man IM Politics! Afc VOTE FOR OMAR STANG SCHOOL BOARD District No. 3 HE FAVORS: Veteran Education and Training Program Better Salaries for Educators More Adult Vocational Education Better Schools for All Dade County Better Plan for School Districts Pd. Political Afc| RE-ELECT OELKERS to the STATE LEGISLATURE Group 2 A Business Man for Yo* State's Business Subject to Democratic P*^ Richard (Chubby) Oelktri, Jr. (paid W rrwtf



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PAGE EIGHT +JelstnujM*!L Fourth District is "Rich Orphan Due to Cannon, Smathers Charges [Governor Ellis Arnall of Georgia, Throughout his campaign for in fighting the unfair freight rates the Fourth District congressionr/ which have hampered the_deveiseat, Candidate George A. SSraathopment of Southern ^ustry. ers has been hammering at inSmathers. who attracted nation cumbent Pat Cannon's "absenteeal atten .n with hi.^ succ .. Ism" from the floor of the House prosecution of the La i aioma .. when vital national issues have here in 1942 before entermg Uu been at stake. service, celled for a broade. so _:„i .,. %  ,,nrn.'r.im 101 been at stake. Smathers will review Cannon's record at a Bayfronl park rally 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Candidates for all offices have been invited to speak briefly and a special invitation has been extended to Cannon to share lime on the same platform. sei urity program for country, and equal distribution among all states of federal funds for the ag( d. He als( favors estabhsl i in this district of a 1.000 bed veterans' administration and has pledged introduction and : port, if elected, < Florida JWV To Reorganize Smathers has revealed that the g on. !" istr.ct was represented at only other measures fo. the ben. lit per cent of the roll calls in d 29 Washington this year. "During this same period Florida's other congressmen were voting 79 percent of the time," the former Marine captain declared. GEORGE SMATHERS Tinning the tables, he asks: "Where was Pat Cannon when war veti i ans. Estal nt of a veti administration Reconstruction FiSJS ess voted to declare war on • in govern Germany? How does Cannon jusment l> ans with a minimum oi tj v ,.... of "This means the rest of the I ollateral and red tape M a* lhe draft a few moi received more than two-and-aon his program, as is a renamiPcar i Harbor, when ht half times as much representation H • %  •" f : aU \' ***"£ *** threatened? How as this district." "It is small wonder this section has become the rich orphan so to speak, which pays a major ,plal enable them to go into business %  ly. In line with his veterans' he fav< rs "immediate portion'of the federal taxes colpayment to enlisted men of selected in Florida, and yet recumulated leave pay, n< states, ceives so little in return, either j In r< I questions asked by in Federal works, or in recognihis nt, Smathers says he is tion." • i the cross-state canal Smathers, veteran of 18 months as "an lh;it service in the Pacific, and forwould require useless expenditure mer special assistant to the Unitof federal funds." 11, : i li< ves that the U. S. ,11 atomic bomb secrets until swell time as the United Nati ns proves that it is an effective organizational instrument f' i' world peace. -Rii dealt with in a cd States Attorney General, is equally strong in his criticism of the discriminatory freight rates which are "keeping canni mills, factories and other industries out of South Florida." "Upon a basis of a 600-mile haul of a 40.000-pound net load straightforward, firm and fair the cost per car to the railroad is l; ., nd thi igh the machin$18.60 less in the South than in y of UN To deal with Russia the North," he revealed. "Yet the UN uld constitute rates are 40 percent higher in the ,. : n of UN and bring a South." Ireturn of power polities. I am unit elected to congress, Smathall blj opposed to that," he ers said, he will join his frii i d, lai • -. RE-ELECT VAN E. BLANTON TO BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION District 1 HE DEVOTES HIS ENTIRE TIME TO THE DUTIES OF THE OFFICE AND SUPPORTS A SOUND, PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL SYSTEM vote against extension of months before he knew war does Cannon justify speaking in behalf of OPA before the Miami Beach nts' League and, before the Greater Miami Apartment House Association, asserting that 'I t OPA then and I will fight it now?' How does Cannon explain his absence and failure to vote more than 50 per cent of the on measures before the house in 1945? Why was Cannon absent and not voting when the Patman bill to provide housing for veterans was voted on in the house?" As the congressional race entered the home stretch, Richard G. Danner. former head of the Miami FBI and manager of the Smathers campaign, felt certain, he said, that his candidate "will win by a large majorityt." BARTON REVIEW SET Edward Clarke will review Percy H. Eplyer's "Life of Clara Barton. Founder of the American Red Cross,'" at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th st., Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. Dr. V. L. Singley will lecture on health Tuesday evening. l'.i. %  ELECT Circuit Judge PAUL D. BARNS JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA (Group 2) An Outstanding Record of Proven Ability Trial Court Judge with 20 years experience and now Senior Circuit Judge of Eleventh Judicial Circuit WORLD WAR VETERAN NATIVE FLORIDIAN PROMOTE AN EXPERIENCED JUDGE I'd. Political Adv. FOR A SOUND. PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ELECT FRANCES O. WARRINER to the STATE LEGISLATURE Group 2 Alert. Determined Worker lor the Real Benefit ol the People of Dade County HONEST CONSCIENTIOUS ENERGETIC I'd. I'ollUcal Adv. Reorganization of the Florida state department of the Jewish War Veerans will be undertaken June 9 during sessions at the Raleigh hotel, it was announced tins week. The state department, which coordinates activities of JWV posts throughout Florida, will be reactivated to prepare for extensive organization of veterans. Samuel Rifkind has been nam|ed general chairman and Maurice Grossman, program chairman, for the reorganization meeting. Israel Feiden of St. Augustine is commander of the state department. AZA-BBG Council Plans All-Day Outing At Beach The ten local chapters of AZA and B'nai B'rith girls groups will hold an all-day outing at the Beach Y and Miami Beach Jewish Center Sunday, according to Joe Reisman, chairman oi the Twin City AZA-BBG council. Breakfast, lunch and supper will be served. Competitive athletics and entertainment will be on the program, of which Terry Fishman is chairman. Approximately 150 young men and women arc expected to participate .n the day's events. Information of ta. avikble at he J'H by *he name of u, 'S can identify IllSfi*! >ng relatives in %  ? %  finite identified 4 ** M established before J?* on may be taJ^N Ritualarium to be Completed Soon The S25,000~Ti I ing, locate,! at 151 Michigan* is expected to be comfiS the end of May. according bi Moses Meschelofl T* t^bein, delayed bv^ A constitution was adopwi the sponsoring group th e | ters of Isra. I, at a mectinij. day night at Beth Tfilah fa Schechter is president of \k. ganization and David Golfel heads the building commits] RE-ELECT GEORGES. to the STATE LEGISLATE GROUP 1 INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL (I'd. I'..:. Adv. by a Priead) ALL-CANDIDATE RALLY Spessard L. Holland for U. S. SENATE will share time he reserved at BAYFRONT PARK. MONDAY. MAY 6 at 7:30 with other candidates SPEAKING TIME ALLOTTED TO ALL CANDIDATES Paid for by Dade County Friends of li"".and TOUBY PAINTING CORP.



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,nd Bases Senate Campaign ||2-Year Political Re cord • Jen 1st fkwtdbf) PAGE NINE L L Holland, candidate fnited States Senate, will final pre-primary aplin Miami at 7:30 p.m. tin Bayfront ParkFlorl-time governor has In[candidates for the other L appear with him and f, c ^es before the audiK is basing his campaign K year record of active ton i" State governIn discussing his qualifi[he has pointed to the problems which conIhe state during the war 1*-1 1 $c / _, which he was able to [the advantage of Florida these were the increase |e pensions of more than I a quarter times, from jmth to $28; an average [of 40 per cent in teach_ries, which was accomhs a result of his tax prolis program also brought ly all real estate in the fck to the active county ; • i %  tax amendfcii-h provided the means Lip interest rates on road RE-ELECT RGE S. OKELL ITE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 ITRIOUS EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL |1 .i Friend) IP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS &ERSONVILLE. N. C. ^llments Now Being Accepted lelen Baker—48-4929 ie Mooney—2-3758 bonds enabling the state to save many millions of dollars and at the same time to re-establish the credit of the counties and to make more money available for badly needed road construction. Holland's record in the state senate, where he served for eight years as Polk's representative, includes authorship of numerous agricultural laws. He sponsored the Florida Fair Trade act and was one of the authors of the Florida school code. He was also sponsor of the workmen's compensation law; the senate records show that he voted for the child labor law, the Florida department of labor bill, the mechanic's lien act, old-age pensions and teacher retirement act. "At Washington, it would be my intention and effort to continue to render the same kind of service that I have rendered in state matters," the candidate has declared. Cannon Asks Return on Independent Record Pat Cannon, who seeks reelection to congress, has been representative of the Fourth District since 1938 In his campaign, he points to his record of accomplishments for his district—$125,000,000 in federal money for public projects, and his legislative work for veterans and their families and for agricultural groups. Cannon has consistently fought the proposed North Florida ship canal. A member of the house agricultural committee, he counts vegetable growers of the district among his supporters. An "independent," he voted against the Roosevelt administraZionists Offer Camp Scholarship For Two Prize-Winning Essays Two young Miamians will win a month's scholarship to the Brandeis Camp institute this summer as prizes in an essaycontest sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission, according to Mrs. George Cohen, chairman of the contest committee. The camp is a Zionist leadership training institute. "What Is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to Palestine?" is the subject of the contest which is open to men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 in Greater Miami. The essay should not exceed 500 words and should be type— o Rabbi Kronish Conducts Services At Nautilus Saturday morning religious Council for Judaism Lauds Inquiry Group Two resolutions concerning rehabilitation of European Jews have been approved by the South Florida chapter of the American Council for Judaism, Benjamin E. Bronston, president, announces. The first, offered by Herbert U. Feibelman, commends the Anglo-American committee on its "reported approval of immigration of 100,000 stateless Jews from Europe to Palestine and the virtual revocation of the British White Paper." The Council also passed a resolution, made by Dr. F. H. Fisher, favoring the placement of the dispased persons problem under the nited Nations. morning services arc being conducted at the Nautilus veterans' hospital by Rabbi Leon Kronish in conjunction with the Jewish Welfare board, Leon Schulman, local JW B representative, announces. The JWB has also arranged for weekly visitations to the hospital by members of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. Activities for veterans and military personnel stationed in this area are being supervised by a I coordinating committee which has replaced the wartime Greater Miami Army-Navy committee, Schulman said. In process of formation, the committee has limited its membership to organizations participating or contemplating participation in service to local vetertion on many domestic New Deal issues. During his service in the house, Cannon supported the bills which increased enlisted servicemen's pay to $50 a month and increased allowance for their dependents. Maternity and infant care of enlisted men's wives and babies has also been his concern. Cannon has also supported mus(CONTINUED ON PAGE 16) written, double spaced, on one side of the paper, Mrs. Cohen said. The prize-winning essays may be used for publication by the commission. Entries should be addressed to the Brandeis Camp Essay Contest, care of Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress bldg., Miami 32, by midnight, May 24. The Brandeis Camp, named for the late supreme court justice, Louis D. Brandeis, is located on Lake Kinneret at Winterdale, Pa. It provides a schedule of studies, work and social activities combined with the principles of leadership techniques. Sports, field work, entertainment and cultural activities are carried out in the Palestinian manner. Outstanding educators, thinkers and scholars serve as visiting lecturers. Judges for the local contest are Abe Gannes, Harry Simonhoff, an and military installations. No Max Meisel, Mrs. Dorothy Krieger chairman has been selected yet. !Fink and Rabbi Albert Michels. CONSTRUCTION — REPAIRS APPLIANCES — SERVICE ELECTRICAL Unity Electric Co., Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 AFTER 6 P.M. C A L L 3-03 3 0 Proprietors: SIDNEY S. MARGULIES and SAM JACOBS VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT A. WILLIAM MORRISON FLORIDA RAILROAD COMMISSIONER (Group One) (Statewide) Born and Reared in Florida Four Years a Member of Slate Board of Health


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1946 -Jewistinoridknn [Schwartz Tells |0 f Wedding .nth hubeeo set as the Iwartz and Ens.gn NorKr whose engagement V ',,1 hv her parents, %Ts "U,l Schwartz M the home of the PAGE THREE VeAAonaMy, fyiealting. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) to see their son, university Eugene A 25th wedding anniversary party was given Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen, operators of the Dorchester hotel, by their son terminal leave also was Chaplain Sol Kraft and his fiance, Miss Beatrice Sach. They left Tuesday for Atlantic City Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grossman, formerly of New York, are fs sister, Mrs .Sam Tei-i^ daughter-in-law, Mr. and i now making their home here 263 N.K22nd si. HAV*, U<,K^..I r'^u^—J !._:_ I — ... cartels an active memlEmn.a Laarus crfuptcr, frith and a teller at the He National bank. She knerly assistant to the Mrs. Herbert Cohen, and their |They will be the guests of Mr' daughter, Selma r, !" orv,„ •v A. Urossmans brother, Ben, until they are able to find living accommodations of their own Now that Dr. Stanley Frehling is home from the service, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank have moved from their daughter's home to 600 W. De Lido dr. Mrs. Frank Schrager had a son, Jacob, at Victoria hospital April 15th. Sunday, Mrs. Emanuel Weinkle gave birth to a five-pound boy. The baby is the first great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle to have the Weinkle name SERVICE PARADE Lt. (j.g.) Sidney L. Besvinick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Besvinick, 1012 S. W. 13th ave., is expected to return to Miami today after a year and a half in the Pacific in the Okinawa area. A graduate of the University of Florida in chemical Mrs. Iris Rich, English bride of Dr. Maurice Rich, went to Atlanta Saturday with her inlaws, the Meyer Richs, when they returned to their home after spending the winter here. Mrs. Rich will be back in about a week Coming in tomorrow from Atlanta to see his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Feuer, is D. L. Slann IN THE BIG TOP We understand that the Junior Chamber of Commerce is bringing down star acts from all over the country for their circus, May 6-11. Guy Bailey is chairman of the event to be held in Burdine stadium to benefit their different charities. Among those assisting Mr. Bailey are Paul Lee, Sam Silver and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle. Melvin had a birthday Sunday and his broi drug store. Gilfer. now on terminal *er and sister-in-law, Mr and engineering, he has been in the ,med his work in Mrs. Jerome Weinkle tried out ; Navy over three s Qs associated .theu new gr in his honor ldiesel engineer and navigator Home after 28 months in associated .their new grill in his honor H, was presi-1 Another birthday celebrant the Architectural society Sunday was Paul Barnett. Paul |u" Ar mv ite nf tt-m .^Ti Z JL while on duty there., has be y en in W est Palm Beach fi &3L A ISZIS? 1" \hs Morris for stationers' fe joined 1 afternoon for the festivities the Pacific, is Arthur Rabe, son convention. ot Mr and Mrs H Rabe He %  SSSbSiiaL* 6?2* ftJS^FoS^dto discharge April 1 Sunday afternoon. ^BERG-DEN this bachelor of arehitecir:~^Tl£? '" c H"*"""" • • • in Atlanta where his wife met W from the University Mr and Mrs. Morty Moses had him Aher a hurried w Q he was presi; an eighth wedding anniversary Miami to see the older Rabes |Tau Epsilon Phi frater-, Wednesday and Mrs. Moses the couple flew to Chicago to (was the recipient of a lovely visit Mrs Rabe s famil then en house in honor of the { diamond watch, a gift from her to North Carolina for a mounn by Ens.gn Gilhusband ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam tain vacation. They returned S. La Vine. 6301 Pine Tree dr.. home Sunday and are staying have just returned from Cleveat the pi aza hotel while a t land, Ohio, where Mr. LaVine men t hunting. From September, was a patient at Cleveland 11942, until his induction in the Goldberg, 625 Meridian .Clinic hospital. Spending a 21Army, Mr. Rabe was an instruughter ol Mrs. Eva Gold,day leave with his mother and ment instructor at Chanute field, ras married Wednesday ;father is Sterling LaVine, w/o m at the Miami Jewish expects to be released fror> the Th .'. DO fcMl |„ M nr „. C. ngregation, to SoloN „ vv in r,.„ D The ,hree children of Dr. and In, son of Jaeob Den, of V i%  T,' u 1 Mrs M B Cirlin played on the rk city. At Miami Beach last week Crusader Kids ** over Murray Grauer, assisted P? Cha p J. am &*" Mere WIOD last Saturday. They are Mamches, £SSLT 5^5 York D w ho w as Byron, 12, who played the stationed at Boca Raton for L^ Babette 15 rj. he quite a w^le House guest |viohn accompanied b lheir of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin older sister> Vivian Q ^ for the past two weeks was Harold H. Gordon. ; High school. The IChaplain Gordon, now on ter-, Ml spend thenhoney-'ninal leave, was stationed here i man Indiana Harbor. Ind.. ii j 1 11 /-_ lare visiting their son-in-law ON AN EXTENDED TRIP to California are Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Binder who v/ere married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum on April 10. The bride, widow of the late Meyer Rauzin, pioneer Miamian, is the former Mrs. Ida Rauzin. Mr. Binder is a local insurance man and feature writer for the Jewish Floridian. The couple expects to return to Miami in the fall. was wrauer, assisted aurice Mamches, at the ceremony which owed by a reception in Mogue. M;„tin Laibson I %  Ie is a graduate of MiIChaplain piano The Rev. and Mrs. B. SaltzALPER-WEINER Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Werner announce the marriage of their daughter, Annette Barbara, to Irwin L. Alper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Alper of 1614 Meridian ave. RabLi Moses Mescheloff officiated at the ceremony, assisted by Cantor Louis Fcder. After a honeymoon in Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Alper will make their home at 5980 Indian Creek. Out-of-town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hoffman, Mr. Max Lazar and daughter Sophie, Miss Sylvia Weiner, all of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Jennie Hoffman of New York city. I for a year and a half On GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY IN GOLDEN GLADES HEIGHTS, th Florida's Newest Home Developments, you an incomparable opportunity for your future home NpJ r n?ci. y J ow Pre-developmenl price. Tfu MciXPi :VELOPMENT on *he mainland to the ocean. Hrrn&f J lo d wntown Miami. 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)AY. MAY 3. 1946 irry Saffer Elected President +**!%* IhrMlrui ( HCCH; Tobin Hea ds Board Harry iiac Saffer was elected president of the National Children's Home at the annual meeting held last week. Charles retiring president, was elected chairman of the board of ernors. stepping Lded in 1938. out of the office he has held since the Home was Tobin declared that the local institution will and its facilities for rheumatic fever victims. toted with Saffer were Samuel Cohen, Mrs. Oscar Frankel A I Tobin, vice presidents; Dave Emmer, treasurer; Mrs. entine Kemp, secretary PAGE FIVE nan. governors: Charles chiinnan: and Judge Morris fc k Samuel Cohen, Maurice Harry Cornblum, Benedict hum, Milton Dreyfus, Dave LOscar Frankel, Sol Gold',,.. n ird Jacobus, Myron Joseph Rose, Harry Benjamin Slote, A. J. a pd Joseph Williamson. Emmer was named secre|to the board of governors. Led to the board of trustees jMi'. and Mrs. Oscar Frankel, js. Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. bh Williamson, Mrs. J. K. oi Mrs. Camila Baum, Mrs. iFadiman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol | Mrs. Clementine Leonard Marcus, [Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Ger, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Se Mr. and Mrs. Harry I Mrs. B. W. Slote, Jind Mrs. A. J. Tobin, Mrs. ian Wronker, Mr. and Mrs. [el Cohen, Judge Morris ice Cohn, Harry blum. Ben Danbaum, Dave fer. Leonard Jacobus, Myron [ Milton Dreyfus. unnal advisory board mem|a:v Harry Dnnenfeld, BenFinkel, Mrs. Jane Fox, Arthur Levine, Lou \\(wc. Jacob B. Steinfeld, J. ppitt Sophie Tucker, Rae Sai Cohen and Mrs. kel. I. Herzog Heads le Auxiliary Louis Herzog was named :.! f the Miami Women's ,-v • the Jewish Home |i A • I Tuesday afternoon. )ill be installed May 28. officers who will assist kcluc'e Mrs. Marian Gould, Raff, and Mrs. Sadie bk, vice presidents; Mrs. bn Jacobs, recording secre(r':. Fineman, corresponding bry: Mrs. Charles Koven, pal si Mrs. Harry ler. tn asurer, Mrs. Becky Levine, audii B Kandel, scrgeant-at|Mi>. Isidor Cohen, parliafian. Joel Zalis, retiring presifas named honorary preside election meeting. fccial board meeting of the p has been called for 2 hsday at the home of Mrs. linger, 1786 S. W. 10th st. TO FETE VETERAN Intelligence Officer To Speak for Masada Capt. Edward Rayles, former counter-intelligence officer on Oen. Eisenhower's staff in the ETO, will be guest speaker when the local Masada chapter is reorganized at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. The chapter, affiliated with the national young men's Zionist organization, will meet at 1808 James ave, Miami Beach, home of Miss Natalie Frankel, president of Junior Hadassah. Miss Frankel and other members of her organization will be hostesses during the social hour that will follow the meeting. Harold George Shapiro, chairman of the Masada committee for the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission, has invited all young men between the ages of 18 and An open house, honoring their son and daughter-in-law on his return from the service, will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday by ; 25 to attend the meeting.' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meyers, 1610 S. W. 16lh ave. Their son, Harold S. Meyers, has just been discharged from the Army after 27 months in the ETO as a sergeant. IOOF Honors Goldstein David Goldstein of Miami Beach has been re-elected grand treasurer of the International Order of Odd Fellows of Florida for the third time. He has also been appointed a colonel on General Commander Cunningham's staff and will be representative at the Sovereign grand lodge which will meet Columbus, Ohio, in September. MRS. LACHS WILL BE INSTALLED WEDNESD'Y Book Review Planned Installation of officers wiU be held by Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, at the Sherry NormanCile restaurant on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Marcus, founderpresident of the chapter, is chairin man of the luncheon and will prejsent Mrs. Clementine Kemp, installing officer. New officers to be inducted are Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, president; Mrs. Charles Raab, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Irving Lehrman will review David Meckler's "Miracle Men" at an open meeting of the ^arenthal. Miss Roz King, vice Young People's league Sunday presidents; Mrs. Joseph Rose, evening at the Miami Beach Jew{recording secretary; Mrs. Oscar Ad ler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. George Furman, financial l. ish Center. Refreshments, group singing and games will follow. Members and their friends vited to attend. have been ini secretary, and Mrs. Edward Goldiberg, treasurer. P TO SPEAK "BEACH LODGE I Saul B. Appelbaum will ft speaker at a meeting of Vh lodge of B'nai B'rith, p. Tuesday at the Beach F d 'ng to George Bertman, hi. I for the B'nai B'rith conto be held in Baltimore fr.'l of May, will be disRefreshmenta will be [at the conclusion of the C which has been arrangTalter Kovner. GUST BROS RV, '* "•c'Msr.' R E.ELECT |RGE S. OKELL the ^LEGISLATURE l GROUP 1 1 ^ECONOMICAL v by a Friend) LET'S OUST LAZINESS! A BLOT ON OUR RECORD CANNON'S ABSENTEEISM PUTS HIM ON THE SPOT AGAIN Absent 17 Times Out of 26 We Can't Laugh This Off As Cannon Tries To Do. The Herald Washington Bureau report* that out of twenty-six roll calls our Representative Cannon was absent seventeen tunes during the second session of the 79th Congress from January 14th to March 24th, 1946. This record is shown in a chart reproduced here. Here is how you read the chart—N stands for NO; Y stands for YES; NV STANDS FOR NOT VOTING. Absent yourself from your job for seventeen days out of twenty-six and see what would happen— your children would go without food, your rent would not be paid, clothing would be out of the question. What would happen to us if our Doctor decided to work only nine days in twenty-six— or the garbage collector failed to do his work 35 per cent of the time? Yes. it would be a pitiful state of affairs. But our Representative Cannon has gotten away with it—so far! The stakes in Washington are too high for Florida and the decisions are too far-reaching for us to sit back and not be vigorously reprr sented. One cannot call Cannon's record gooc it is not even fair—ask cmy school child whe 35 marks out of 100 would bring. The child wou' be considered backward. In Cannon's case it i intolerable, for he represents us in Washingtc where votes are the difference between we Am' icons maintaining our way of life or losing i Dls. Congressman 11:2 3,4;5,'6i7i819110,11,121314.15; 16,17 1 8,1920,21222324 2 526! J i Pelerson,_D_ T IPrietJ "I, j tim, o_ 5 f HewlrTcks, D~ Y'i"y| Y* YIY J Y mVjIIVjIIVl Y!YiY|YiW,YjYJY; Y jWVj W j Y j WV | HV | ItV; IIV W Y | y K Y | Y Y j Y Y Yj N Y NV NV NV NYfNV NViNV NVj Y | Y [WV Y Y Y|YIY|Y|YiYIY jiiiffliiii miiM Efflcroca 6 I Rogers, D Hli JJU y i Y j Y i N j N i Y jWVNV NV WV.PJV f|Tl|f[TTmiyiiyi^T|Y|rriTT|YIY Y | T | l | T | T i Y | Y | llfW Y YJY Y riYlNiYIYIYlYlYIYlTiYINVjYiNY'NVIViYlNIYrYlNViX VOTE 'or GEORGE SMATHERS CONGRESS DEPENDABLE CAPABLE 7 HIS outstanding young man has decided to do something about Cannon's deplorable and unsatisfactory representation of this District. He has a brilliant record. As a D. A. he smashed notorious "white slave" rings here, and as a Marine he helped smash the Axis. Smothers' record can stand a lot oi looking into for it portrays ACTION. THOUGHT and SINCERITY. Give George Smothers your vote on May 7th. and let's eradicate absenteeism up in Washington. AGGRESSIVE %  A FtflNCAl A


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PAGE FOUR rjewistJhrMtorL FRIDAY • Three Groups Set May Day Affair May first will be celebrated in the traditional fashion—but four days late—by the two local Workmen's Circle branches and the Jewish Socialist Ferband Sunday evening at the Circle lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Admission to the program, which will feature prominent speakers, is free. On Sunday evening. May 12, the three groups will give a dinner in honor of John Mill, author of "Pioneers the lyceum. Felix Rosenthal, secretary of the Beach Workmen's Circle branch, flew to Detroit this week to attend the Victory convention of the Circle Sunday as the official delegate from the local ana. Since Rosenthal expects to remain away for several months, the branch has named Leon Elkin secretary pro tern. Dr. Louis Sadoff has been chosen to represent the branch in the Jewish Federation. Beach Kosher Butchers To Close On Sundays Miami Beach kosher butchers will be closed on Sundays during ,)„ %  summer months, according to an agreement made this week The now ruling goes into Gillman Elected [By Men's Club Louis Gillman :,s elected ,1, Israel Men's club at a meeting last week. He „ E. Max Goldstein. ,...,,., ; W j t h Gillman were Cornblum Heads Temple MAY, effect May 5. Housewives, who before tn< to plan and order their weekend nil., Dr. bill of far by Friday starting this A ,.,,.,, Au • reasurer, o. week steiner. coi ''"'v Previously, kosher butchers g Mende i son recording opened their stores on Saturdaj • and Builders, at ^^ ^ p ,. ;ut; ,. 0 A. F?nn. abandom J didate for Chi Omega t queen, was runner-up itj test last Friday. TRUER TO FORM #IM3 TONIGHT Featuring A STAR STUDDED HOT BOX 9th Hace Over the 5 16th Mile Course ENTRIES Little Dan Hakall Track Teaser Alw'ys H. Bert Ocean Drive Hi Tex Just Rube Blended ONLY DOG TRACK OPEN IN MIAMI AREA EXPRr.SS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE From Miami: Miami Tranut buses leave corner of N. E. lit Ave. and ... every 15 m,n darting at Si %  ,M V Fr0m Miami Beach: .?.?? J our bu,e leave corners of 14th 23rd and 71st St. at Collins Ave. starting at 7:15 P.M. and every 15 mm. until 8:15. Sportsman Bui K.7 l'" 7,h St at Collins i < hd 7:45 P.M. l nter hi. ?vi C J ,m s D nv "ves 1451 Col. 'me Ave. 7:15 nightly. TRACK ? 15.000 Sirm nhoff de, as a campaign if succi ssful, will have an | i ral efl pon the vi rnments in thi i 111 al disposition ol Pali • thi Shi kel campaign will also trati Zionist' solid %  : ponents of thi movement within Jewish ranks, he said, "This of all tii .. the hour e their i onfidi nee in Zi nisi ," Simoi hi If de'•' %  th thi re] rt of the Angl i ii Inquiry committ-pagi news, an opportunity to ri pubble to the ZionAt thi meel lay, committei organized to ell Balibe oi at B David %  tion. I may ch is a ci • P in the Zion%  I 1,1 •' I n if :. I. gates I Zionist Coi not ye been rele i Thi heduled to be held "' Pal estine, wi ,,,,, tllll) the Congn ... some w-< 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th RE-ELECT GEORGE S.QKELL STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 INDUSTRIOUS EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL &f I'd. Pol. Adv by a Knend. MY JEWISH FRIENDS IF YOU ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY OF THE : LOWING: COLDS IN THE HEAD. COUGHi HOARSENESS. CATARRAH. BRONCHIAL TUBES I BEING CONGESTED. ASTHMA. SINUS, ETCjJ can obtain an absolute FREE SAMPLE ol PAGfS INHALERS made in cigarette form of Herbs ~n Assyria, etc. The very best obtainable for the cixm mentioned afflictions, at DRUG STORES. ASKFOBA FREE SAMPLE. Our slogan is "TRY THEM BEFOBE YOU BUY THEM." They have been used by mi&M of people since 1892. We wish you to try a fret j sample and use your own judgment as to the be* j ficial results you receive. Regular sizes as ic'Jon 20 Cigarettes 35c 45 for 60c 95 lor $L& All Leading Drug Stores Sell Them in Miami trod Throughout the World One important word more is that the Mediand Smoke reaches the afflicted parts where liquids ffl not be used Therefore samples will be given fotta asking for a short time only, but you can and i receive a FREE SAMPLE by writing CONSOLIDATED CHEMICAL CO. 835 CHERRY ST. S. E. GRAND RAPIDS, MICE | NOTE: If the desired result is not obtained III a few Mil Consult Your Ph/sician >!<& S r E S S A | i> H HOLLAND ^ tot UNITED STlTfs SENATE Let's Have Only One Bill For ALL Taxes VOTE FOR R. B. GAUTIEMI for STATE LEGISLATE Return Him to the Job He Did So Well Before He Entered the Navy



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[>.v MAY J. 1946 %  arES O. WARRINER SSS£^0 PAGE 14, ion of the county and city 'leers' offee to avoid con10 the homeowner. ly woman in the leg.s,, a M.s. Warnncr be, ma canfully Planned pro,' 0 help the veteran help Lf with first consideration to the disabled veteran. „. 1S needed mediately, she [on lou-cost housing and a Lung terminal pay for en."Snge juice and milk for j children and an organized Itional program as part of fcublic school system would Ln to eliminate the problem fvenile delinquency, Mrs. nei said. |s Warriner, mother of three L en is concerned with lmLents in existing child and gc benefit programs. She is ,1 estate broker, making MiBea.h hi r headquarters. ^NK 0. SPAIN Attorney Ink 0. Spain, candidate for attorney of the Eleventh Ijal circuit of Florida, which |s, s of Dade and Monroe es, points out with pride his I of legal experience. ti.e age of 16 he has been hda resident, living in Miami irs, and has practiced law years. He has had four experience as a prosecutor I a member of the American, da and Dade County Bar Rations. Spain is a veteran of both Wars 1 and II, having enin April. 1917, for service lorld War I and was honorTdischartfed as an infantry Bnt. He declined a combn and enlisted for service War II in 1942. He wounded on the Normandy Itand was honorably disled after 15 months' service 1 infantry first sergeant. He (ember of the American Lcgweti rans of Foreign Wars, lied American Veterans, and Jican Veterans of World War Spain pledges himself to honest and impartial cution of crime within his liction. *• Jewish flcrtdiar PAGE FIFTEEN National Trustee To Install Home Officers Mrs. Bon Hertz, national trustee of the National Home lor Jewish Children at Denver, will install 1946-47 officers of the Greater Miami chapter Tuesday at a luncheon in the President Madison hotel, 3801 Collins ave. Reservations for the annual affair may be placed with Mrs. Harry Kaufman at 6-9176 or Mrs. Albert Dubler, 2-2442. Mrs. Irving Miller, president, heads the list of officers to be installed. VAN E. BLANTON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11> from the University of Florida, he has practiced law in Tampa jand served as judge of Hillsborschool. He has pledged, as in 'ough county juvenile court for the past, to devote his entire time five years. Later, he was elected to the office. Luncheon Club to Hear Magazine Editor Leslie Balogh Bain, editor of "The Week" magazine, will be guest speaker at today's meeting of the Downtown club luncheon at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club, Seybold arcade. Philip Chaisin, national director of the Joint Defense Appeal, will be guest speaker next Friday. The luncheons are a -weekly feature sponsored by B'nai ETrith Sholem lodge. Reservations may be made by calling Charles Jacobson at 3-6306. JAMES A. HENDERSON Board of Public Instruction— Group Three James A. (Jimmie) Henderson has announced his candidacy for |member of the Dade county board i of public instruction from district three. A lawyer, engineer and builder, he advocates the hiring of a purchasing agent to economize in school system expenditures; inventory of school equipment; prompt repair of school buildings; immediate undertaking of an extensive building program; ini creased salaries for teachers; a single school tax district; elimination of the "spoils system" from the schools. A. WILLIAM MORRISON R. R. Commissioner judge of the criminal court of record and served in that capacity for 12 years. In 1936, he was an unsuccessful candidate for governor. The next year he moved to Miami and formed a law partnership here with James M. Carson. I WILBUR C. KING | R. R. Commissioner—Group One Modernization in rail and motor highway transportation and improvement in the telephone and telegraph systems of Florida are the aims cf Wilbur C. King, candidate for Florida railroad commis! sioner from group one. A native of Florida, he resides I in Zolfo Springs, Hardee county, and is a merchant, cattleman and grower. He has served as city commissioner, county commissioner and is now a state senator. Beach Veteran Edits College Newspaper Morty Freedman, whose parents live at 5550 La Gorce dr., has been appointed editor of the "Florida Alligator," University of Florida newspaper, for 1946-47. Freedman recently returned to the University after three years in the Army. His managing editor is Ted Nelson, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, 1320 Michigan ave., who is serving his second year in the position. Both are graduates of Miami Beach Senior High school, where Nelson was editor of the student newspaper and a member of the National Honor society. D. BARNS pe of Supreme Court ge Paul D. Barns, Dade |y candidate for justice of Upreme court of Florida, has BO years of experience as a I and civil court judge. JOUST BROS Ry f la the tt >, ?RDON ROOFING AND ET METAL WORKS our roof repaired now; you ve on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenua PHONE 4-5860 3RY more fascinating to •'can render, none closer to ["•" past, than the story of an ••Brant W ho came here to aeek H vast opportunities this coun%  to offer, and who conquered postacies confronting the new%  r with that enthusiastic deviation which, in Ameriea, > to success. j Ju"t couldn't put It down 1 %  l "lit how Kiitka WU problem Ami n.-ither JV when you set a chance ?f Slna ". '"• author, "•' '•%  Inn. should be cora1 tji" manner in which '• % • %  "•ts tTi:i„ Pitiful love be'•'\l nd Kiitka."—Penny "' Miami. Available at •JB Burdine't Sean Red Cross Drug Miami Doubleday Donn Moqull'i Bloom's Miami Beach • 508 Pert. $3.50 | B LOCHPUBLISH'GCO. a,n Bank Bldg., Detroit During that time, he has been a leader in the bar association movement to simplify court rules so that cases may be brought to trial on their merits more promptly. The Florida supreme court today is operating under some of these simplified rules of procedure. He also prepared the constitutional amendment naming a seventh justice to the high court and thus making tie votes impossible. He was the co-author of the law which reduced from 14 to one the method of notifying non-residents of suits against them by Florida residents. Judge Barns was born and reared in Plant City. He received his law degree from the University of Florida, served as an aerial gunnery instructor in World War I, and then began his prank* of law. A pharmacist, A. William Morrison is u candidate for the state railroad commission post. Native \ of Dade county, Morrison served twr four years on the state board of health to which he was appointed by Gov. Fred P. Cone. He terved as president of the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical association and received the 1937 National Association of Retail Druggists' secretarial award. W. RALEIGH PETTEWAY Supreme Court Justice W. Raleigh Petteway, candidate for Florida supreme court justice, has practiced law in the stale for a number of years. A student at Columbia university before receiving his LL.B. GENERAL PAINTING Free Estimates Qiven BY BEST MECHANICS I. D. Gilbreoth Paint Co. PHONE 3-0729 537 S. W. 12th AVENUE BUY SAVINGS BONDSI BUY THEM NOW! RE-ELECT GEORGE S.0KELL to the STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 INDUSTRIOUS — EFFICIENT ^ECONOMICAL (I'd. Pol. Adv. by a Friend) %  I S. !. FREEDMAN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th *. &f .. 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MMHflSBH K^>g^T*s^!^^^:^^^^^^^§mi^:'^^m^l^sm^ %  JJJJJJJJJJJ ; PAGE TEN +Je*lstJtorM !" L FRIDAY MAI Dade Voters to in p Dade county voters will go to the polls from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 7. to cast ballots in the primary election for a U. S. senator and congressman and several county and state officers. A total of 97.395 county residents have qualified to vote. At the same time. Dade freeholders will decide the fate ol eight county improvement measures. The change from the previous hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. announced by Charles H Crai chairman of Dad. 's board of commissioners, was required by attorneys f-r the financi that will pur. • < Proposed bonds, il a| | Under the state law. ; be open from %  till i itai time With dayligl I I ck is, in reality. %  i ning time will comply with th. Of the total Dade reg C Hoi i Iders ai eligible to vol countj • %  various offices. Democratic registration totato nt, 429, Holmer has reted. Most heated race in the election fs that of Ge 'thers nnon incumbent who i • : to congress d Henry B comthe U. s. senate Inth. testl I ttonjey, Frank 0 Spain op| ,, incumbent. Four cannmari S" E •*—. T Ia, ; i;c Wj, In Broup one, ^ JJIjfoad cmrmssC ,U,am Malison, „J A Lanc,F^, F D Akin and j*Jj group two, Jcrrv *• ^ %  ters, incumoem. Williams and Carl}3 School board candidates whose { announced their %  I names will be on the ballot are i the railrood post ^'^l didates—Judgt Paul D. Barns, W. Raleigh Petteway, James H. Taylor and J. L. Lee are competing for the vacant state supreme court seat. Three state legislative posts are open in Dade county. Candidates in group one are R. B. Gautier, jr., Fred T. Hunt and George S. Okell. incumbent; in group two, H K Belli Richard Oelkers, jr., and Mrs. France* O. Warriner; in group three, William C. Lantaff, Webster G. Wallace and C. W. Peters, incumbent. HARLEY G. COLLINS School Board—District One Contending that the trict needs leadership by "a younger man, with vision, can keep abreast of t Harley G. Collins is a cand for the school b ard meml i from district on< tion ii • tain adoi ill bills tendii %  nt C. W. PETERS Legislature on no, r f a i her If th r e" the necessities ol life. I, C W Peters assures his titutcnts that the principte ractice of financing the stat {luxuries will continue to is guide. ft legation from r W Pet. Dade, he feels that the lack ol ection' to the StaK l > 1 : ; : ; iv A b um in Little Rivei lied witnout further aeiay. d pen for the past lt> years, he adv cates better physical I | le. '1 si th, powi for trained teaching pi rsonnel. ,. WEBSTtR WALLACE Legislature that it f*& les tax, as such a law, • ,""; h. says, would lay the burd, good 1. %  .... ^ n chUdreni He t higher inbe kept "1 : that "I : cultural pi | gen %  f D t d< ; I : ind by the t legisproduced and shipped to 1 ten lh;m petition L mi ; with IVesI The vet. U(i t0 taxr ; e for 2 *; be able to point to the fact thai yeai nd who is a Un ty ,, tno Mi next di tailed his GLENN C. MINCER Slate Attorney "The best way to judge a candidate running for public office is things he has accomplished than the promises he lies," says Glenn Mincer, in his candidacy for thi ffici ol stati attorney. "After having serve d an apprenticeship of more than 13 : %  : childrei i'. ti rs s Wi platform ui He agaii I his stand ; a plea for eci non vernmi nt under the bill v. will introduce providing that all state revi be placed in ;. This bill provides that all expenditures be made by a central disbursing office with all accounts subject to audit. This too, he said, would givi I %  vernor and legislature control over appropriations. His platform, Wallace pointed out, includes many subjects. Among them are: 1 (Reduced taxes; 2) Adequate housing and jobs for veterans; 3) Increased pay and adequate pensions for school teachers; 4) Conservation of Florida's resources and strict game and fish laws; 5) Increased old-age assistance; 61 Reduce the voting age from 21 to 18 years; 7) Equal rights for women under their sufferage; 8) Rehabilitation of the state institutions; 9) Referendum on all measures effecting changes in political sub-divisions: 10) Harmony in the Dade deleluxury field. '1 • is, taxes laid For a Cool. Delightful Vacation, Stop at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms With Connecting Hath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL Lib era PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. 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Adv. by a Friend) Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Inatructore Agency for Drlvera Llcaneaa And Auto Taga FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave.. M. Bch., Ph. 6-5002 ELECT R. K. BEtJ A Veteran of World J A Native Son oi r State ReDresentfl Group 2 He Will Serve As a | of the People A Champion of Good,! Progressive and Fra Government YOUR VOTE AND SO IS APPRECIATE) Polltl .; Adv. P for-l / ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection^ GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPEB 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami TRULY NOLEN. President m %  *~~ VOTE FOR GLENN C. MINCER CANDIDATE FOR STATE ATTORNEY May 7. 1946 ABILITY ANDEXPERIE^I COUNT WORLD WAR VETERAN ft



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MAY 3. J946. *Jm!sLI!crici£an PAGE ELEVEN idates Announce Platforms itate, National Office! INTAFF -Group Three in tnff. vigorous camfZ a seal on the state ffrom group three, has K an "efficient" governrFlorida and lower taxes^ L ., Miami attorney and id World War II veteran, Ls demands for economy Tat c government and for Cnization of its laws. Inst of state government Tfrom M me $3,500,000 to )00 in the past few L e (,„ %  .-, r Miami Beach sa id, -Since Dade Cov.d..a major portion Ida's revenue through %  racing, liquor, cigarettes line it i time we insisted tcvin.;' ing spent ef|of the mary reasons | .. ic in the cost of i'nt is its complexity," the Eyyer < xplained. "There %  00 self-governing boards I ns in Florida which |tr their own funds withI accountable to the legishas accumulated a Irom taxes of some $36,One of the main tasks ext legislature should be %  an efficiently run govfco that taxi s may be lowle declared. "You may led that if I am elected \f lature, I will ionc "' the primary mis[ii :y reprcsentaWEEN Dale Irccn, candidate for the ptatis si nate, is a former nan. having served nine %  ntative of the pongressi mal district in Florida and one term fccntat.vi of the state at 1 ; ildat. r was an unsuccessfi i governor. r m includes, f m fcS • • • • Storage V Sar You Money I Transport & Trading, lit. *> v r. 2.IRI> ST. Phone 3-0789 According to the beat authorities, the mini-, mum daily A, D and 3 Complex Vitamin re-i quircmentsof the aver-< age person are: M A 4.000 ISP Unlta, D JUSP Units. Bl 33< ISP Units, B2 2,5>3 wylO.OOO Micrograms Nlco-, !" e i rct v! lrcd amounts foj I M?w\ V i UmiM have !" fcntfi? ;'., n ^8et enough o mm \ iLimins. DO YOU? [Play safe by taking -DAY B "AND iNE A nl W IN TAB LETa r.„ n A -. DA Y Vitamin A and! foaJ 3 ,""25 "" more of uS l^^ns than the mini" ^recommended quanUty 1 PffbU DAY viSKrfi fcv^ 1 -contains full mini? %  2 ZTZ ments Vitamins; Ml J£fi Mi crogram7oS Ited vJri Vll ? ml na, compare. Ihurran^ nforrn to the. lMbu ."^'"reraenta. Se ,! e ^e cost y"r drug ator*. among other things, income tax abolition in the lower brackets^ opposition to peace-time draft and lifting government controls. RICHARD OELKERS. Jr. Legislature—Group Two Chief objective of Richard Oelkers, jr., candidate for reelection to the legislature from group two is school district consolidation. Oelkers was chief sponsor of the 1945 bill for consolidation of the ten special Dade county tax school districts into a single unit with three trustees. He was one of a committee of three who wrote the state advertising bill in 1945 to give Florida national advertising and publicity. He proposes to extend the bill so that a large advertising program is directed to Latin America. Opposed to a general sales tax, Oelkers promises to fight a constitutional amendment for such a tax which he understands will be introduced in the 1947 session. Oelkers has pledged himself to fight any attempts to repeal homestead exemptions. He was active in defeating a bill in 1945 which provided for year-round pari-mutuel betting in Dade county. fice. A property owner would get one bill for his state, county, rity and drainage taxes whether they be current or delinquent. "The Gautier plan sensibly eliminates the present duplication of assessing and collecting taxes," he said. Gautier also advocates the abolishment of the two-office prosecution system by which Dade citizens are served by a -slate attorney and a county prosecutor. Fate of 8 County Projects Rests with Dade Voters OMAR STANG School Board—District Three A resident of Dade county for 21 years, Omar Stang is a candidate for the school board, district three. He favors a veteran education and training program, better salaries for educators, more adult vocational education, better schools for all Dade county, and a better plan for school districts. Stang declares that he belongs to "no clique or machine." R. B. GAUTIER. Jr. Legislature—Group One "One tax bill for all taxes" is the stand on which R. B. Gautier, jr., is taking his campaign for representative in the state legislature from group one, Dade county. Gautier. who served in the legislature before entering the Navy, fought for the tax consolidation in the 1943 session of the legislature. According to his plan, all taxes would be combined in one ofA. A. POSTON R. R. Commissioner A member of the Palm Beach county commission for 20 years, A. A. Poston is a Lake Park candidate for state railroad commissioner. Poston has served as chairman and secretary of the Florida County Commissioners association. He has attended the last five sessions of the state legislature as chairman of the legislative committee of the association. Dade county property owners who vote on the county improvement program May 7 will find literally their "number is up" on the voting machines, and Francis M. Miller, chairman of the citizens' committee to get out the vote, explains the hows and wherefores. "The eight improvement projects are listed at the top of the voting machines by numbers in a panel reading from left to right at the top of the machine," Miller said, "and we urge voters to familiarize themselves with these numbers now. "For example, don't think about the children's home: remember No. 4. Alongside each number is a brief description of the project being voted on. So that all voters may be familiar with the right procedure, here are the numbers of the projects and the order in which they appear on the machines: 1. A warehouse for storing county equipment and machinery. 2. Construction of an auditorium, 3. Construction of an aquarium. 4. Construction of a children's home and juvenile court. 5. Home for the aged and infirm. 6. A tuberculosis hospital. 7. A park for South Dade county. VAN E. BLANTON School Board—District One Van E. Blanton, member of the Dade county school board for 10 years, seeks re-election to the post from district one. Blaaton supports consolidation of school tax districts, on the job training for veterans, higher salaries for teachers and the physically handicapped children's school. He helped establish the vocational (CONTINUED ON PAGE 15) IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI HAM mmui •^ • MIAMI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home 8. Expansion of Jackson Memorial hospital. "Here is how to vote on the machines: Move the RED handle operating the booth curtain to the right and leave it there, then push down the small key under each number, by which you vote "For" or "Against". Leave key down. Then move the RED handle back to the left. "To avoid last-minute congestion at the polls, and bearing in. mind that there is a lot to be voted on, all employed people should vote on their way to work, if possible. Stores are remaining closed until 10 a.m. expressly for this purpose. "Housewives should vote before 4 in the afternoon, if they possibly can, and not wait until their husbands come home to join them at the polls. This will help to avert the usual congestion between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. when the polls close. "Those who know they are going to be away from the county on election day have through May 4 to cast an absentee ballot by appearing in person at the office of County Judge Blanton in the Dade court house. "These are the fundamental points. The citizens' committee wants to impress them on all property owners now so that when they get to the polls May 7, they will save themselves time by knowing just what to do." 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