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The Jewish Floridian ( April 25, 1947 )

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tewlh-iaDipidliiaun T^ Qrrn6t>n'^i^_ THE JEWISH U NTTY O/Hi THE JEWISH W EE KL Y VOLUME 20-NUMBER 17 _MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 25. 1947" PRICE: TEN CENTS Troop Train Blast Kills Seven As Underground Replies to Executions JERUSALEM (JTA)—One-half hour after last rites were recited j Tuesday morning over the graves of Moshe Barazani and Meir Feinstein, the Jewish underground launched a campaign of reprisals, blowing up a troop train on the Palestine-Egypt line, a mile outside of Rehovoth. Seven persons were killed and many seriously injured. Preliminary reports that that the dead included five soldiers one civilian and a three-year-old child. Twenty-one soldiers and seven civilians were seriously injured and a number of others received minor injuries. The scene of the was strewn with the debris from SETS PALESTINE the wrecked coaches, among which were severed limbs and bloodstained portions of human bodies. Rescue operations have begun, but they are hampered by (he position of the wreck, which is situated on a narrow track cut out of the peak of a rocky promontory. A report from Tel Aviv says that two Britons, believed to be policemen, have been kidnapped. Also from Tel Aviv it is reported that an unifentified Jew was deliberately shot and wounded Tuesday morning by troops. A passer-by who witnessed the shooting summoned police. Three persons died and nearly a score were wounded as Jewish extremists retaliated for the execution of Dov Gruner and three other Palestine Jews. Two iif the dead were British military and police personnel and the third was a Jew who had no identification papers on his person and whom police assumed to be a terrorist His body was later stolen from a hospital morgue. Except for two Jewish bystanders, hit by police who returned extremist fire in Tel Aviv, all the wounded were British soldiers and constables. Two attacks were made on a military convalescent center near Nathanya. During the first, a sentry was shot dead and in the second a bomb was thrown into a cinema, injuring six soldiers. Two truckloada of soldiers rushinr to the assistance of the troops at the center were blown up by a landmine on the road near the camp. Four more were wounded, explosion one seriously. During the first' raid a bomb blew up a headquarters building, but no one was hurt. At Rishon L'Zion two men were seen working their way through the barbed wire surrounding the police station. When they were spotlighted by guards, the men filed several shots and escaped. At Jerusalem a large landmine was discovered camouflaged as a road marker, and dismantled. An armored car escorting a post office official through the center of Tel Aviv was struck by grenades thrown from a lurking taxi, wounding two policemen. Simultaneously, snipers in neighboring houses opened fire on the police. The names of the wounded passers-by were given as Shncui Solderf, 33, a post office clerk, and Yesekiel Shemesh, 18, a shop clerk. Shortly after the attack Tel Aviv was declared out of bounds for all military and police personnel, except those traveling in armored cars. About the same time in Haifa. two military dispatch riders and a military car were fired upon from a black salon car. According to the official account, there were no casualties. The attackers escaped. An army truck manned by members of the Arab '-egion was blown up on the Haifa-Acre road, injuring two troopers. Earlier, police uncovered mines in Haifa. Military officials are reported to have completed plans for special measures against Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa and against illegal immigration. State Rabbinical Association Annual Convention Opens Sunday On Sunday evening, the Florida Rabbinical Association will open its annual convention at Miami Beach. Sessions will be held through Tuesday afternoon. Presentation of the yearly president's report by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will highlight the threeday event. Delegates from every community in the state will also attend conference* of the Florida State Jewish Education conclave on Saturday Monday morning's session will >* sponsored jointly with the education seminar and will be devoted to a symposium on "Re"gious Education in the Public Schools" Participating will be Mr. Joe Hall, acting director of instruction for the state educa(| on department, Rabbi Morris Mop, secretary of the associaon and R ev Glenn C. James of • White Temple. Monday afternoon's meeting *"' be devoted to reading of ITu by Habbi Irvin 8 Lehrman a Dr. Kaplan. "The Synagogue hc Community," by Rabbi Lehrman, will be discussed by Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi Manuel Greenstcin and Rabbi Lefkowitz. "The Sermon—What Should It Be?" is the subject of Dr. Kaplan's work. "The Place of Palestine in Jewish Life" is the theme of the Monday evening session, Dr. Israel Kaplan and Rabbi Max Shapiro have prepared theses on this subject. The following works will be presented at a Kallah conference set for Tuesday morning: "A Poetic Presentation of the Pentateuch" by Rabbi Max Kaufman; "Elijah of Wilno" by Rabbi Wilner; "The Philosophy and Ethics of the Prayer Books" by Dr. Jacob Kaplan, and "Sunday Religious Services—A Study" byRabbi David Raab. At the close of the election luncheon to be held Tuesday afternoon, Rabbi Moses Meseheloff, vice president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, will piesent a traditional Talmudic dissertation. May 4 through 11 has been designated Action for Palestine Week by the National Zionist Emergency Coum-il. Huge demonstrations will be held everywhere calling upon the American people to support the Jewish Commonwealth. At the same time the United Nations will open its discussion to determine the fate ..f Palestine. Expanding its membership to 50 persons, the local Ami Zionist Emergency committee now represents participation of major Jewish organizations in Greater Miami. At a meeting last Sunday at 11 a.m. in the National Hotel auditorium. Harry Simonhoff and Jack Bun is wenelected joint chairmen for the activities. Plans for the largest rally of its type ever held in this include a speaker of national reputation and a parade on the Beach. At a meeting of the steering committee held Wednesday the following committees were organized: Publicity. George Talianoff; speakers, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Lois Door in; parade. Burnett Roth, and budget, Hairy Siikin. II CAN DECIDE II The special session will have the right to decide whether a general debate on Pah should precede the appointment if the fact-finding committee, U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie told a press conference. The general assembly will be ts own master, he said. It may lecide to modify the provisional Etgenda set by the secretarial, and igree on a general debate. On the other hand, it may strictly adhere to the provisional agenda and limit itself to the appointnent of members of the fact-findimmittee and give the latter a free hand in regulating the icope and the methods of its v, ork. The first negative reply to the request to hold the special U.N. session was received by Lie from Ethiopia. It said that "the government of Ethiopia does not concur in the utility of convening a special session of the general assembly to consider the Palestine question." As of today. 36' member states of the U.N. have declared themselves in favor of the session. President Truman has nominated Warren R. Austin as American delegate to the special session of the United Nations on Palestine, and Herschel V. Johnson as alternate. Austin is the United states representative on the securitj council and Johnson is his alternate. Citizens Committee To Investigate Candidates The Citizens Organization foi 3ood Government in a statement a'.led upon all interested organizations in Miami Beach to submit to them the names of raged candidates or possible candidates. The statement of the executive nittee follows: "On Tuesday. April 8, 1947. public citizens interested in the welfare of Miami Beach, met and formed the Citizens Organization for Good Government. This organization is concerned with securing for the City of Miami Beach the best possible city government, and is prepared to exert St efforts to elect qualified citizens to the city council. "In the event you are interested in this objective, you are hereby ed to submit to the organization, not later than April 27, 1947. in writing, the name or names of any persons whom you feel are qualified to be elected to that office in the forthcoming election. You need not confine your selection to avowed candidates. The men whose names appear on the I ottom of this letter were elected to the executive committee. It is the purpose of this committee to investigate the qualifications of each candidate by interview and other research and report back their recommendations to the general body." Listed as members of the executive committee are: George Bertman, Leo Eisenstein, Dr. Morris Goodman, Nat Hankoff, Walter C. Kovner, Nathaniel J. Klein, Sam Lachman. Leo Robinson, Joseph M. Rose. Philip Salmon, Carl Weinkle. Alternates: A. Ernest Wolfe, Jack Bui ris. TO JOIN FORCES NEW YORK (JTA)—Members if the Jewish Agency executive net here this week with leaders of major American non-Zionist and other Jewish organizations and discussed the possibilities of united action at the forthcoming session of the U.N. general assembly on Palestine. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns that all participants at the meeting, including the representatives of the American Jewish Committee and the Agudas Israel oi America, agreed on the demand that the general assembly recommend an interim solution providing for the implementation of the Palestine mandate by the British government. They also were inclined to agree that the Jewish Agency should be the only body to ask for a hearing at the assembly. If its request is granted, the Agency will consult with the other organizations, which include the American Jewish Conference and the World Jewish Congress, in preparing the text of its presentation. Ministerial Association Accepts Rabbi Raab Rabbi David Raab of Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, was recently unanimously elected to membership in the Greater Ft. Lauderdale Ministerial association, made up of ministers of all faiths. Delegates to Education Seminar To Hear Lectures By Dr. Leo Honor Eighteen communities will attend the Florida State Conference on Jewish Education Sunday. Sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, the sessions are being held in cooperation with the Slate Rabbinical Association. Dr. Leo Honor, dean of the School of Education at Dropsie College, will be featured speaker at a joint mass meeting on Sunday evening at Miami Beach Jewish Center, The committee on arrangements is headed by Heiman. president of BJE. Dr. Honor will also address a luncheon of Sunday school teach ers at the Tides hotel at 12:30 p.m. under the chairmanship of Max Meisel. On his arrival in Miami today, Che educator will address local ew teachers at 1:30 in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Having been engaged in his profession for over HO years, he has helped train hundreds of young men and women for teaching in Jewish religious schools. Many of these now hold positions of national importance in the field of Jewish education. Educated in New York City, Dr. Honor received his B.A. degree from the City College of New York in 1914 and his Ph.D. %  lumbia University in 1926. His Jewish studies were pursued in the post-graduate department f the Teachers' institute, Jewish Theological Seminary, from which he received a citation in 1945 for his work in the fields of Jewish history and education. Beginning at 10 a.m., delegates to the conclave will tour Jewish schools in the area. Following the luncheon for teachers, a meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m., at which time A. P. Gannes, director of Miami BJE, will present an analysis of education needs in Florida. Reports from various committees will also be heard at this session. Chairman for the event is Mr. E. Hurwitz. The opening session of the Rabbinical Conference on Monday morning will also be devoted to a discussion of religious education in public schools.



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PAGE TWO vjc-nisti fkridUan terdonally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Rosenstein of the Edgewater Beach hotel, have chosen Sunday, April 27, for the open house reception at their new residence, 6825 Rue Notre Dame, Normandie Isle. No invitations are being sent to the cocktail party and buffet supper from 5 until 9 p.m. Mrs. Rosenstein will be assisted by her mother, Mrs. Max Kazer of Chicago; her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerome Rosenstein, and her daughter, Mrs. Frederick Grossberg. A luncheon was tendered recently by Mrs. Morris S. Garfinkel at the Gulfstream room of the Versailles hotel. Among the guests were Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Mrs. Irving Greenfield of Miami; Mrs. Jack Dubinsky of St. Louis, Mrs. Max Dejoung of Evansville, Ohio, Mrs. Ida Hoffman of Philadelphia and Mrs. Richard Rosenberg of Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein have left for Hot Springs, Aik., for a month's stay. During their absence, their daughter, Irma, will reside at the Blackstone hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ettinger left Wednesday night to return to their home in New York Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Lesser, parents of Mrs. Frank Thompson, are guests at the Normandie hotel. While on spring vacation from classes in a suburban New York school, Janet "Cissie" Firkser is visiting Arlyne Dinnerstein at the Ritz Plaza hotel, Miami Beach. Miss Firkser's; parents, the Ben Firksers, have returned to Manhattan after a short Beach stay. Young men who will be Bar Mitzva tomorrow include Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Chapman, and Louis, son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Trek, at Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Marvin, son of Mrs. Zelda Breckstein at Congregation Beth David. Miss Muriel Hirsch was party hostess Saturday to a group of 200 convalescents at the Pratt General hospital. A number of acts by local night club entertainers was presented under the direction of Miss Anyuta Melicov, pianist and program director for the Red Cross entertainment committee. Active for 35 years in civic and religious organizations, Mrs. Eva Plant Larick left last j week to make her home in New York City Rabbi and Mrs. Aaron Kahan announce the birth of a son last week. Visitor to Miami Beach is Mrs. Herman Stein, wife of a Cleveland publisher. Mrs. Stein has been active in Jewish organizations for many years, having been one of the founders of B'nai B'rith Women. She is now a auest at the Tides hotel. In Cleveland, she resides at | Fenway Hall hotel. BaLj PanclG Henry Paul, son of Mr. and j Mrs Maurice Kornick, was born on April 22 Cecilia Ann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Snul Cohen • Harriet Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Israel ,Weissman • • Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mandel Jeffery Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearlman. Eileen Joan, dauqhter of Mr. land Mrs. Hyman Lerner Herbert Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer Terry Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grossman Stephanie Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer. NCJW Installs Officers Annual installation luncheon of the Miami Section of the Nal Council of Jewish Women will take i the Alcazar Roof. Wednesday, May 7. at 12:30 p.m. Oath-taking ceremonies will be conducted by Mrs. .Iair.es B. president of Dade %  n | : % %  • n of Women's Clubs-, Mrs, Leo Huberman will prom. Reservations are being taken by Mrs. J %  ph Williamson, 5-1331; Mrs. 5-6312; Mrs M K liberg, 58-2807, and Mrs. Ben i, 4-7736. TEMPLE ISRAEL WOMEN INSTALL Temple Israel Sisterhood will install its new officers at an annual spring luncheon in the dining room of the Robert Rich er hotel, Monday, May 5, at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein. mistress of ceremonies, will Introduce Rabbi Colman A Zwttman, guest speaker. R. Watson Dutton, Will present a group of songs. He will bo accompanied by Miss Frances Tarboux. The benediction will be read by Dr. II Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Installing officer is Mrs. Harry V. ns. Mrs. Isaac Levin will assume I resident. She has been active in Miami club circles for many years, having worked with the Red Cross, Nautilus Corps Grey Ladies. Parentnations. National Council : Jewish W imen and B'rith. Other officers are Mrs. Marion is Ri ss, first vice president; Mrs. Elry Stone second vice president: Henry Hirsch. corresponding ,: Ml ed Moi ris, assistant sponding secretary; Mrs. Isidoi Lach, recording secretary: Mrs. Albert Hirsch. financial secretary; Mrs. Simons, treasand Mrs. Harry Boyell, auditor. Trustees i ncl ud e Mesdames Frank Corel. Gus Feuer. Sam Hantman, Max Meisel, Harry Kevins, G. L. Mendelson, Norman Rossman, Adolph Werth. Nat Williams and Henry Wolff. A national office in the Federaif Temple Sisterhoods has been accorded Mrs. Leonard Eppi esident. She will serve on the religious extension committee. In a special ceremony, at the luncheon. Mrs. Epstein will be presented with a past pi nt's pin. Anne Pessel to Wed Robert Hays Sunday Marriage of Anne Pessel to Robert Desmond Hays will take place Sunday, April 27, with Rabbi Colman Zwitman performing the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pessel. 1144 Marseilles dr., Miami Beach. • Miss Pessel is a graduate of Fast Washington High school, Washington, Pa., and attended Penn State college. Son of Mrs. Desmond Hays, 1619 Jefferson ave., the bridegroom was a pilot in the Army Air Corps and served three years overseas. Following the wedding, a dinner party will be held at the Gulfstream room of the Versailles hotel for the bride and bridegroom close relatives and friends. The party will be attended by some 50 invited guests. Troth of Beach Couple Disclosed By Parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry, 1355 Alton id., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carolyn, to Mr. Henry Rcinhard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rcinhard, also of Miami Beach. The bride-elect plans a June 1 wedding. She is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and is now completing her junior yeajr at the University of Miami. A former student of New York university, Mr. Rcinhard received ins bachelor of arts degree from the University of Miami in 1941. He was a first lieutenant in the Army quartermaster corps, having served three years in the Pacific. % Sans/wit -rui/uofu We're the firs* in Miami with Plasticflex handbags Beth David PTA Election At Final Season Meeting Recommendations of the nominating committee will be sented for election at the season's last meeting of the Beth David P ent-Teachers association on Monday, May 5 at 1:30 p.m. The committee consists of Mrs Harry August, chairman; Mrs Max Feldman, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Harry Markowitz and Mrs. Eugene Mayi i Newlyweds Honeymoon At Beach Town House Honeymooning at the Town House. Miami Beach, are Mr, and Mrs. Philip Weissman who were ied Api il 19, 7:30 p m., at David. Rabbi MOMS Mescheloff performed the %  The fen: Bi iti %  Freiberg, Mrs, \'. i i. is the daughti I Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, of Jersey N J, Her husband is a en! : B ".klyn. N. Y. ing the out-of-town g I he i ei emony were V :. v itz il Passaic, N. J.. of New. Y. Mrs. Beck Elected to Head Aged Home Women Mrs. Samuel Beck has been elected to succeed Mrs. Louis Herzog as president of the Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Home for the Aged. She was named at an election meeting held April 22. Other officers chosen at that time include Mrs. Edwin Karger. first vice president; Mrs. Paul Raff, second vice president; Mrs. Chaiks Minowitz. third vice president; Mrs. Celia Scheinberg. treasurer; Mrs. Murray Shulman. corresponding secretary; Mrs. F. H. Covner, financial secretary; Mrs. Samuel Geltner, recording secretary, and Mrs. Ben Kandel, serjeant-at-arms. Installation Ri tes ty. ByOESEm unahc H h e ^ Officers of Emunah chapter in Order of Eastern Star \ 'J installed at the W u Temple Saturday, 5^ fl p.m. Mr. andMrs.PhniuH^ 1 -an will assume J'^ worthy matron and patron Other „ff iccrs include Sadye Weiss, associate 3 William Lake, associate !?* Mrs. Mollie CoopTr ^ Mrs. Rae Frank. ? re suT^ Charlotte Schwartz, cond,^ Mrs. Ida Peretzman, 33?* Gillman, Adah; Zl' C £* Gillman, Ruth; Mrs. Suffi! man, Esther; Mrs. Ruth ruT" Martha; Mrs. Dorot^ E.ecta. n andM,,Rosa, nSc £; Mrs. MaybelleRaney leads fe list of installing officers. Sbek past grand matron of the E J chapter of Florida. Assisting will be Jenny Gore, grand dj lain; Lillian Johnson, grand mi shal, and Marjorie Havnes Brant organist. Gerry Waldman Re'veaa Engagement to Miamianl The betrothal of Gerry Walt man to Ellis Marks, son of Jlr.1 and Mrs. Morris Marks. Miaaj Beach, has been announced ml her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her-I man Waldman, of Louisville. Kil A former student at the L'a-j versity of Miami, the bride-el| is now attending the Universtjl of Louisville. Mr. Marks at-l tended the University of Fiona! No date has been set for then ding. M*V MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 ••Trustworthy Service" ASBESTOS TABLE MATS $ 3 to *5 Give Mother one of these gleaming, new bags made of Plasticflex discs in the oblong bead shape. This new disc is flexible, handlaced together, and comes in a wonderful array of color designs and combinations. Popular underarm zipper top style, nicely fitted with coin purse and mirror. Plasticflex cleans in a jiffy, just whisk a damp cloth over the surface. All white, multicolored, also white with assorted color combinations. •Plus tax. MIAMI STORE, HANDBAGS, BTRBET FI.oOR Heiman Honored By BJE Louis Heiman was na irary president of the .* %  Bureau of Jew ; i Lection last \\ eek, Mr. Hei lent <>f thi be succeeded by Mr. Max .'.; Other officers selected Dave [sen, vice Eli Hurwitz, vice president; Dr. M A. Lipkind, secretary, and Mrs, Matilda Ratner, treasurei, Americas fines! cleaning FOR THE TIME OF M^ Y0UR A UFE! him Beautiful Berkshire; can 3-6601 mmmsM NEIGHBORHOOD STORES EVERYWHERE COUNTRY CLUB > OPENS MAY 25 Your brand of fun and activity. Charmingly inlimatt. II Hole Golf Courst • Ttnnls Handball • Basketball All Water Sports SUPERB CUISINE Writo lor reservation, nowl CEDARS COUNTRY CLUB LhvlHt, Conn. rXflQTH, OPEN 10:4^, H !" :( j 11:45 SUNDAYfl_£l EN — CD fpyjT^r-. I TOMORROW WOLPERT roKNiTinwca 1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS' Why won't women admit this could happen to them? MELVYN DOUGLAS ROSALIND RUSSELL "THE GUILT OF JANETAMES"



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LmAY^AP RIL 25, 1947 n vJmlst) nhrkffaun The Zionist Youth Commission %  %  n ow receiving applications for Tnrtidntcs to be selected for hi 'P at Brandeis Camp IntSe bcated in the Pocono £ Stains at Winterdale, Pa Applicants between the ages of is! and 25 will be considered for This leadership training institute, t" „ four-week period, during L months of July and August. I Local Youth Commission is Laying the cost of the fourL e k scholarship, including the Expense of transportation to the Lrrp. The candidates are selectL either by their manifest devor 0 ,| to the" cause or their poten|Ul leadership qualities. The Brandeis Camp Institute fcives the youth a chance to study. Ihink and learn to act on behalf f Zionism and creates an interest Palestine and the Zionist Movement. S. A. Goodman, chairman of fcur local Youth Commission, has Ippointed a special Brandeis Camp Institute committee who till receive applications and interview candidates in person. Serving on the committee are Harold Shapiro, chairman; Mrs. fe. Lesowoder, Naomi Lesowoder, Mrs. George Cohen and Mr. Abe Ganncs. [Deadline for applications is April 30. Anyone interested in applying for a scholarship may lo so by contacting chairman of fecal Youth Commission, S. A. Bondman, at 927 Lincoln id., Mii Beach. When the Jewish Young [Aduli Council of Miami Beach %  holds its next meeting Wednesday, April 30, at 8 p.m.. in the JBeach YM&WHA. plans for the |May 17 swim-dance will be reported upon by Mr. Seymour [Brenner, chairman. LEGAL NOTICE INOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i undersigned, desiring in engage in Irini inder the fictitious name of | A K K (> W 1 T /. A sell A EFFER ,IMBINQ CONTRACTORS, at 2I3LU 26th Street, Miami, Florida. lli-ml I" register said name with the Vk of the Circuit Oourt of Daile fumy, Florida. I8ADORE MARKOWITZ SAMUEL M SCHAEFFER %  Attorney for Applicants, ILTOS A FRIEDMAN, ll-18-ZJ 3 i WC Vladeck Branch 699 Purchases Talmud Torah Workmen's Circle Vladeck Branch 699 will dedicate its new Labor Lyceum at 1545 S. W. Third St., at a banquet and conceit Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. Until its recent purchase by the organization, the building was the Talmud Torah of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. First large function to take place at the new headquarters. the banquet and concert will mark the first anniversary of the group, which was organized by Miami residents who belonged to Miami Beach Workmen's Circle 692Y. Among the events which will take place in the new structure are lectures, concerts and meetings of both the men's club and ladies' club. In addition, classes in the Arbeiter Ring school will be conducted there. These classes are now being held at the YM& WHA. The branch is named for Socialist Leader Boris Vladeck. Officers are J. H. Siegel, chairman; C. H. Weintraub, treasurer, and Morris Jacobs, secretary. The committee which worked to purchase the ''•yceum includes Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aronoff, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jacobs, Mr. and Mis. Joe Wolff, Mr. Harry Rose and Mr. Weintraub. PAGE THREE Leader Reports Success For JNF Flower Day JNF flower day. hold for the first time under the supervision of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, resulted in the raising of $2,500. Mr. Sam Prosterman, chairman, in expressing his gratification with the contributions received, said "the collection was conducted with order and dignity." Organizations which participated include Pioneer Women. Club No. 2, $900; Pioneer Women. Club No. 1, $400; Mizrachi. $375: Junior Hadassah, $125; Kadimah, $125; Habonim. $100: Young Judea, $75; Hashomer Hatzoir, $50, and Masada, $25. Sue Hastings' marionettes will perform at a camp reunion of the Miami YM&WHA Friday, April 25, at 4 p.m. MTU .* HUM Nestled among 6 acres of true tropical splendor. The Caton Nursing Home offers unique facilities conducive to rapid recovery, featuring: Cordial Home-Like Environment 24-Hour Registered Nursing Service Observance of Physicians Orders Write For Brochure or Call Today SPECIAL SUMMER RATES HT0N NURSING HOME UM N. W 7ih STREET • MIAMI. FLORIDA TELE 3-73*1 '-. JtWKM TCUOMmuc wn /U4r fa+^Kr#4*~Cash it for humanity, Uncle. Beth Sholom Sisterhood Re-elects Mrs. Kogan Mrs. Alexander Kofian was reelected president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. She will entertain the officers and directors at a luncheon at the Roney Plaza on April 30. Other officers who will be installed at the Cadillac hotel on May 21 include Mrs. E. Allen Becker. Mrs. Irving Marcus. Mrs. Murray Maurer. vice presidents: Mrs. Benjamin Seidler. recording secretary; Mrs. Bert Whitman, financial secretary, and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, treasurer. New members of the board of directors are Mesdames Joseph Arkin. Abe Blatt, Edward Meneher, Sidney Ansin. Emanuel Baskind. Irving Becker. William Fair. Joseph Fcnias, Samuel A. Goodman, Herbert Guttman, Maurice Kamm, Samuel Kelemer, Harry Kohn, David Levinson, Joseph Mazo, David Phillips, Alex Strauss and Jack Udell. Members of the board whose tl rm has not expired arc Mesdames Camille Baum, Morris Berick, Harry Cornblum, Emanuel Goldstrich, Louis Goldman, '•ouis Krensky, Norman Maron. Robert Nordin. Leo Robinson, Irving Rothman. Abe Zinnamon and Simon Wolff. Reservations for the installation luncheon are being taken by Mrs. David Harris, 5-4566, and Miss Amdur at 5-6819. Loan Fund to Hear Federation Executive At Annual Election Meeting The Jewish population of Greater Miami is invited to attend a meeting of the Baron de Hirsch i-oan fund Tuesday evening at 8'clock at the Miami Reach YM&WHA. Morris Klass. director of the Miami Jewish Federation, will talk on the "Role of Community Loan Funds in Jewish Community Organizations." Directors will be elected at this meeting and reports on the activities of the organization will be read. A constitution and annual budget report will be presented for the approval of the membership. Beach AMVETS Sponsor Boys' Sports Program In an effort to combat juvenile delinquency, Robert Richter Post of AMVETS. Miami Beach, will sponsor a sports program. The groundwork will be laid at a meeting Monday in the Hawaiian room of the Glades hotel. Junior AMVETS baseball team will play in the Twilight league and Sunday mornings will be out in full strength to meet the "Vets" themselves. Holger F. Johansen, vice commander and author of the plan, has expressed the hope that other veterans' organizations would sponsor teams for young men. interested groups are asked to contact him at 5-3011 after 6 p.m. Mr. Johansen's committee consists of Mitch Reiner. Paul Edlowitz and Morris Goldberg, manager of the Junior Amvets team. GIVE YOUR FURS A VACATION—STORE THEM NOW COLD STORAGE SERVICE FOR FURS, FUR AND CLOTH GARMENTS Vt Maintoin a Complef* Workihop. Staffed With Expriened Furriers To: • CilAN • R1FAIR • IIMOOIt YOUR FUR1 rm PICKUP simnci. CALL I-MM Dancers to Perform At B'nai B'rith Women's Installation Luncheon The installation luncheon of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will take place at Victor's Drum Tuesday, April 29, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Harry Gordon will officiate at the ceremony, inducting the following officers: President, Mrs. Max Katz; first vice president, Mrs. Dave Silverman; second vice president, Mrs. Nat Strauss: recording secretary, Mrs. Harold Rand; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Harvey Herman. Treasurer, Mrs. Abe Seidler; parliamentarian, Mrs. Wilton Sachs; historian, Mrs. Marx Feinberg; monitor, Mrs. Sam Goldman; and the members of the board of directors: Mesdames Milton Friedman, John Kronenfeld, Sam Silver, Jerome Weinkle, Sidney Covner, Norman Jacobs, Frank Tobak, Sidney Aronovitz and Milton Rubin. Hildegarde will present two of her dance studious star performers, Myra Jo May and Marie Clark. The dancers will present an interpretation of Morton Gould's Pavanne." Other events on the musical program include a piano solo by Evangeline Gania, the singing of the duet from La Traviata by Irene Patty and Fred Riebel, all of the University of Miami music department. Persons who were unable to attend Hadassah's April Shower of Linens and still desire to contribute, may do so by contacting Mrs. N. D. Jacobs. Funds lo purchase sheets are still most urgently needed. PHILLIPS PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES Phones 3-1830 — 3-7116 2415 N. Miami Ave. (Rear) 1545 N. W. 15th Ave. "No Job Too Small or Too Large" <£%e/wr Immediate Delivery! For further information Phone 4-6088 II II I II II l\ MOTOR SUES, IIC. KAISER-FRAZER AUTOMOBILES and complete service PONCE DE LEON BLVD. AT I1IH1) ROAD CORA1 GABLES



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PAGE FOUR •* tmlsfifhrkfiftn Editorial SPECIAL CONSIDERATION During the past two weeks our offices have received many calls concerned with the Combined Jewish Appeal and its 134/ campaign. Now in the process of winding up its concerte effort to reach a goal of Sl.309.741, the workers in the Milhor. Dollar Club feel certain that the next six to eiqht weeks will spell success in their efforts to reach the million mark, campaign officials indicate that Federation offices will continue to solicit contributions throughout the year. Needless to say, we believe that every Jewish resident should contnbu.e. Our callers are concerned with our local agencies that depend all or in part for funds derived from the annual campaign. An exchange of correspondence between our office and operation appears elsewhere in this issue and reveals that a complete analysis, survev and re-evaluation of all agenc: es budgets will be made. Slashes in original allocations issued on the basis of the full q uota sought for the drive will be necessary. The budget committee, at its first post-cctmpcign meeting. expressed itself as feeling that the anticipated shortage o S309.741 should not come entirely from the United Jewish Appeal allotment. The reasons for this attitude are attributed to the fact that major emphasis in the campaign was placed > i lift and the primary reason for qiving by the contributors was the overseas needs of our people. Reports from communities throughout the country indicate splendid results in raising funds for overseas needs Quotas elsewhere are being oversubscribed and remind us o. our previous drives. Heretofore, Greater Miami led the conn; establishing percentage increases. The drain on mil immunity this year was too great. A major two and a hcif million dollar hospital drive added to by several lesser but substantial capital fund efforts could not do else but affect our drive. These drives made impossible our desire to again make a substantial increase over previous giving. Our local campaign was not a failure. We raised S90.000 more than last vear. We added a thousand more individual contributors to our previous count of 5,000. Th-s surely denotes progress. We express our desire to see every consideration given to the needs of the local aqencies and a desire to see their original allocations approved. The agencies have no other source upon which to depend for revenue to keep a full proqram in action Without a strong local Jewish community our responsibilities to outside needs could not be fulfilled. Correspondence Reveals Federation Viewpoint The foil*'in I letters are an nge ,,: correspondence be,publisher of The Jew_h Floridian and Morris Klass, %  ., Greater Jewish Federation. he follows a number of inq ''' %  '' The J, '\ v ish Fl lian office conci rning the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal. mxious to ascertain : treatment local agi ncics would rco iv< now thai the campaign had n> I been sucul in reaching its full quota TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE ftUPAY.APMttt MUdfy Confidential (Copyright. 1946. Seven Arte Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON K I %  :' : B Fl i a numbei of calls nd ids of litorial ird to tinpresCJA i n them%  the failure vi upon i ntin I sh >uld I I) f thi gn in • icply. I Sim i ly, ED K SHOCHET, Publisher. GRATIFYING It is extremely gratifying to learn that the Fort Lauderdale Ministerial Association has welcomed Rabbi David Raab into its fold. Knowing the background of Lauderdale and its early citi zens, it is that much more pleasing. We recall rather vividly the big billboard at the aporoach to the city, reading "Gentiles Only" and other signs interspersed in the vicinity brazenly stating "No Jews Wanted," around the 1925 period. The attitude of Lauderdale's citizenry made the way of life none too pleasant for the few Jewish families settling th^re Lauderdale was known as a haven for those Gentiles desirinr: desiring to remain among themselves. During the past few years the city has grown up. Many more Jewish families have settled there and expended their efforts in building this thriving community. A temple ha c been built and the name of Lauderdale no longer carries with it its full former implication. As elsewhere, there am sub-divisions, developments and individuals still "restricted." We say "good work" to energetic Rabbi Raab. The move of the Ministerial Association in extending membership to Rabbi Raab tells a big story in the progress of understandino anw goodwill. The import is more forceful when we realize that in our own cosmopolitan area of some 40.000 Jews, ou: worthy Rabbinate is not welcome nor eligible for memb' in the Greater Miami Ministerial Association. GOOD GOVERNMENT A word of caution to the Citizens Oraanization for Good Government, created to assist the voters of Miami Beach in their selection of qualified candidates for the council and thf coming election. Any self-supported group finds itself difficult position. Not guestioning the integrity of the group because it is composed of honorable and upriqht citizens as a body they must not overlook the responsibility they have under taken. Previous campaigns have shown citizens croups to bo moti voted by selfish or aligned interests seekinq to elect a nar ticular candidate. This group, to do a qood job in behalf of all the people of Miami Beach, must be thorough in seeking ou! endorsing and electing those men best qualified Personal likes and dislikes and organizational affiliations must bo piaced aside. With this proper start, it is our opinion that a citizens' orqqm zation-for good government should be a per juiit a pre-election activity. 23, 1947. S • Publisher. \] %  D, ij %  %  ; information %  "f the failure to 1947 C i %  I .' %  I of SI 309 741 how thai we 6.000 pli dges ).000. This : | i ,'er last fii I return and ipi /er last year's I. Tlic acti" %  I Dollar Club • we will n dollar mark thii six or The ttee of lay, cert sum of $900.Itee for %  lember %  felt thai hortage ol paled by r thi h iuld n<>t %  %  %  United %  %  p lotmenl The n thi I Jewish Api %  fi part of 1 test The M ' %  :i|l • • it il %  %  i %  %  §*§ If f.r trvrfa-inr 1977 • %  '" M p En. !,!., .J • • %  n .. 1 %  .. .., ri "' in hm ibeorbad • J.wl.h Vrrl.lv M.k.r .( .!,,. l„ w ;.l, T .,, ... -, Feotur. itc WnrldwMr Nw R.rvlc. • J„..,i ,'" A ""' !• -' Fnl M JrwUh F'nrlda Pre,, ft. •:..;„„ PTION RATrtTwo Veari M D v SHOCHET r ditor ,i"i Publisher TelnDhoneq ?.-] 14] -7-R212 OFFICE nnd PLANT 1?0 N. E. Sixth Street No 17 PREDICTION: Some Zionists have been predicting for some time that M will bo giving moral aid to the Arabs We go on record 0 *" 0 dieting that at the United Nations session the United States spok** men will double-cross the Zionists and do everything to keen ft" Saud in good humor so as to safeguard American oil interests The Soviet Union will clamor for an independent Palestine, MI support a bi-national state. ani PERSONALIA: Kurt Weill, noted composer, has booked passage for Palo to visit his parents Hank Greenberg due for a guest spot'"' the Bing Crosby show in a couple of weeks Charlie Chanl" 1 returns to California soon "to see our babies" Stella Adle exhibiting the paintings of Norman Raben at her home ul the son of the immortal Sholom Alcichem What is ex-Governo Lehman planning to do with the suite of offices he's opened in New Ymk's Squibb building? Joseph Curtis, whose father is Columbia film executive Jack Cohen, will quit the movies for an adve-tising career ... Is Judge Samuel Leibowitz eyeing the D.A. office in Brooklyn? ATTENTION DEFENSE ORGANIZATIONS: Why the strange silence on the part of Jewish defense organizations about the Buckley bill (H.R. 2848) This bill demands the outlawing of anti-Semitism and definitely says so Which reminds us that Jewish organizations should protest en masse if Sinatra is to be molested and embarrassed by the Thomas-Rankin committee Frank has never stinted his support on behalf of anti-discrimination activities and it is up to us to show now that we have not forgotten. POT POURRI: Even if you don't like Walter Winchell. his April 15th column mi the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is worth reading... Seems as if the notorious Nazi collaborator is planning to return to Palestine from his Egyptian "exile" Watch your bookstore for Sinclair Lewis' new book. "King's Blood Royal." due about May 22 The most savage indictment of race prejudice in the U. S. that has ever been published Orchids to Charlie Chaplin... His quiet and dignified replies to smear-slanted questions of Hearst "reporters" at a press conference last week won the respect of a majority of the newsmen attending. BEHIND THE SMOKESCREEN: This week we journey to Argentina for a look behind the smokesi rein of anti-Communist hysteria Several months ago Juan Peron discharged more than 5,000 school teachers The reason given was that these scholars were "reds"—opposed tn the Peron dictatorship ... A high percentage of those dismissed were of Jewish origin. full goal can only be reflected in a reduction of allotments to the 52 agi n< ies that are memI our 1947 campaign. The budget committee, however, will not set a flat reduction or a horizontal cut in the budgets of all agencies. Some member agencies an absorb a cut better than others and all factors must be taken into consideration in analyzing the responsibility of this community in distributing the funds raised in our 1047 campaign. 1 am very pleased to present these facts to you and to the community at this time Sincerely yours. MORRIS KLASS Executive Director. Greater Miami Jewish Federation. the next JCRS Members to Hear Report On Convention The Miami chapter of Jewish imptive Relief Society will Monday, 8 p.m., to hear Mrs. Levey, president, present reports of activities at the national convention in New York. Mi mbers will convene Monday at the home of Mrs. Saul H. n, 2168 S. W 12th st. Case chairman, Mrs. Harry Dinnerii in. will also report on aid to tubercular patients at Jackson Mi morial hospital. Jan Bart Records Heard On Jewish Musical Hour Before Ins departure, Jan Bart. night club singer, prepared sevpecial recordings for the WBAY Jewish Musical Hour." a ibed show, arranged and managed by Jacob Schechter. discs will be heard this week on the program regularly p 1 1 nted each Friday at 11 a.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. Othei features of this week's broadcast include the Begelman e sen ting Yiddish' and the Mngihg of Moiahi 0 T Directors Conduct Poll for Women Members At a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Miami YM&WHA Mrs. Ben Essen was appointed chairman of a committee for the purpose of making •1 survey among the women mem'>ers of the Y to ascertain whether 1 women's activities croup is desirable and necessary, and what is the best program to present to such women. In an interview with Mrs. Essen she stated as follows: "The community center movement todav is built around the family. In the V there is a program for every member of the family. For a long time we have ,'ound the need for a program particularly adapted for women md for that reason we arc makng a survey among the women members to find out what they like and what they want. we propose to conduct programs "> accordance with the wishes of U* greater percentage of these ladies. "I am. therefore, appealing M .ill women, whether they are members of the Y ornot,t0n* me or call me on the phone anu tell me what type of program they would like best." The Miami Y is now construe Log new quarters to house addi tional facilities. E. Albert Pallet. chain** has called a meeting of Sholem lodge district jg tion committee on %  April 28. at *£ %  % lodge offices. 330 StyboUW CANDLE LIGHTING 6:25 P. M.



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IDA y, APRI L 25, 1947 +Jmlstrhrknari PAGE FIVE iami Jewish Population to Reach 100,000 Next 20 Years By RITA E. GROSSMAN atcr Miami's Jewish popuI n will reach the 100,000 mark kin the next 20 years, accordto a prediction made by Stan. rj Myers, chairman of the L 1947 Combined Jewish Ap,'l campaign. Ivers Who was recently elect.„' B second term as national -idenl of the Council of Jews-Derations and Welfare ,„ beUeves that the fedcramovement will play an lmmt ro i e m the future develjent of the Jewish commuun the next 10 or 15 years all mmunity agencies must gear L plans!" the idea of a greatly teased Jewish population," he I "The Federation movement iwides an opportunity for peojto plan together to meet the ds of Hi" entire community does not confine itself to needs of only one particular L nt or organization, and this innir.fi is essential in a rapidly wing community." Ifyers wasn't disturbed about resentment that has been exLed over the local Federals control ,"I can't emphasize too much Li Federation is the commuL and that as the organiza|on of the community lakes there necessarily is imLach Voters Defeat [vy for Advertising hv a vote of 166 for and 262 ijnst, Miami Beach freeholders jesdny turned thumbs down on \ %  i levy of two mills for Ijicity and advertising purL-s for the years 1947 and 1948. [jndcr a previous legislative the city may levy one mill publicity and advertising, ph an extra mill levy provided fit %  holders approve. By the pction, the city's newspaper magazine advertising proIm will have to operate within ] ST5.000-S80.000 budget now in feet. 3NDON (JTA)—The editor of lolds News, a labor newsier, and one of its columnists. i Driberg, a member of parliani. have received threatening pfrom fascists following their expose of a revival of gst and anti-Semitic activities %  Britain. fwwpm *S* \w v+ bbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 posed a degree of self discipline," he stated. "Whenever individuals or groups begin to cooperate with one another, they make decisions on the basis of what is best for the benefit of all and in that process there is the disadvantage that comes with compromise and making concessions. But the advantages of becoming part of a common effort are far greater." We asked what he thought about the creation of two independent federations for Miami and Miami Beach. "My personal feeling is that it would be a tragic mistake to separate Miami and Miami Beach as far as future planning is concerned. One community of 100,000 Jews certainly has greater strength and potentialities than two communities of 50.000. Everything we do, and all plans are made in my opinion, ought to be based upon the importance of serving the needs of all Jews in Dade county," he said. "The causeway may separate the island from the mainland, but there is no causeway that separates Jewish interests and Jewish hearts," he declared. The conversation got around to the numerous fund raising drives 'hat have occupied the community lately. We wondered whether the myriad campaigns for relief, maintenance and capital needs would exhaust the leadership of the community. "The same malady exists at the present in all communities," he replied. "The leadership is called upon to lend its efforts in many drives. There are innumerable local and capital funds campaigns which are being carried on and which are for causes not included in the annual Federation campaigns. "Locally we have a special acute situation because our community is in an adolescent period—getting its long pants, so to speak. We're trying to accomplish in three years what other communities have taken 25 years to accomplish —building a Jewish EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOU OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS, $82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS, COMPLETE STOCK ^'imiNDi MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 101 S W. Fi r „ street "27 N Miom J 539N.VV. IZthAve. Phone 2-6133 945 Fifth Street 1840 Alton Road sponsored hospital, a home for the aged and other facilities. And the impact is felt more forcefully. But one thing that must be borne in mind is that in longrange planning capital funds drives are temporary and onetime efforts. "Instead of reducing interest additional fund raising drives if properly timed and well coordinated, seem to stimulate and Increase interest," he continued. Myers explained this idea by pointing out the educational value of fund raising efforts. In order to sell the community on a campaign, there is the necessity of carrying on a program of education and interpretation of the needs which the funds to bej raised will serve. He emphasized that this results in a community more alert and responsive to all Jewish causes. Describing the relationship of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to local communities, Myers said that the council assists communities in budgeting, planning social services and campaigns, particularly in the field of publicity. In addition, the council represents communities in their relationship with national agencies. In budgeting, the council provides complete information but makes no recommendations on what allocations should be made by local federations to overseas and national agencies, Myers pointed out. This budget program is carried on in accordance with the council's decision in 1946 not to undertake the national budgeting program which had been proposed. At the time, Myers favored national budgeting, but the issue was defeated. "National budgeting is now a dead issue," Myers said. "The member agencies decided against it and since the council FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 • 78-2972 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flaeler St.. Miami BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. w. Miami Court • PHONE 3-6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. i u'n Job Too Largo or Tot Small Eitlmatai Cheerfully Given is the communities, we do what the communities want us to do." Almost 300 agencies representing 265 communities in America and Canada are members of the council. Only a few federations are not affiliated, Myers said. Some communities have several member agencies in the council when fund raising for local charities and overseas relief are separated or when there is an independent community planning or civic protective council, Myers explained. "But the general trend in the past three years has been toward consolidation of several agencies engaged in fund raising, community planning and other related activities," he stated. "That is due to the recognition that a community can better be served through one central organization and the necessity for integration of leadership and energy in one organization." We asked him his opinion of the Palestine situation. Myers cautioned that he couldn't speak as president of the council on that issue because the council is a strictly non-political organization. "But I am pro-Zionist and a member of the Zionist Organization of America," he declared. He condemned terrorist activity in the Holy Land, but called for continued support of the Zionist claims. "I believe that when a person's position is right, he should insist upon the righteousness of his position with all the firmness thai international law and We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WfcAVfcR hiANOS MARKLEY'S the code of morality permit." He thought that unlimited immigration into Palestine and other countries could be secured for the Jews through the United Nations and expressed the hope that the American delegation would "implement our President's declaration and pursue the course that has always been that of this country in urging the protection of the rights of minorities." We asked him how he felt about the present local campaign. "I look to the Combined Jewish Appeal with a great deal ol enthusiasm and optimism," he declared. "The Jews of Greater Miami have never fallen down on the job. Knowing of the needs, they will come through again, working the full year if necessary." TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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PAGE SIX *Jenist> fhridlar FRIDAY, APRIL 25, £t&ecfa4y. (4 ^AtateA Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB, Miami Washington ave., Rat medic chil S. Mescheloff will speak at 10. Colored motion pictures of school this Sundav to be shown at closing exercises on AKIN IO. school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. children %  Daily Dr. Klein Enters Race For Beach Council Post Second candidate to qualify his intention to run in the Miami Beach city council election. June 3, ; s Dr. Maurice Klein. Beach pharmacist. Having come to this city in 1932, Dr. Klein was defeated in 1945* in spite of a heavy vote in 935 Euclid a*re., Miami Beach. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave., Miami eeacn. Rabbi Joseph E Fri£rM&cha service. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Maarlv ^ An Onejj Shabbat, to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p.m. Rabbi Rackovsky will speak. Saturday l yon, 9 a.m. 5 p.m. follow of the Week. Mincha. Mine laws and customs. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17lh ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer ,,.. ,. Kabbalas Shabbas. 6:30 p.m. Saturd Grauer will preach on the p %  .',' I Following Mincha, Rabbi G auer v *. ,' Ethics of the Fathers. Shalos S'udos. Sundaj 10 a.m. uauj services. 7 and 8 a.m. and f>:4H p.m. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. M.ami. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches. and • : Wl :: on "Ethics of Our Fathers." based Come." Last Friday evening L gregation. and Mrs. Joseph Berman, pre conducted the responses in the si vi Mward Safer, president P T A., and Fr entmg Hie fathers of the students, will conduct. Mr ,M RogowwUl be the donors ol th flora : Rocow's grandmother. Sabbath services : 8.30 a.m.. uv %!fiS£ Marvin, son •"" '"' Mitzva. Student services at 10:30 a.m. MIAMI BEACH ,r, TC,J TNTFR 1415 Euclid ave., MianBeach. on the theme "Thi World to .! lent lh. conI : 1 Sisti hood, M Bai JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Rabbi Irvine, Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring: Samuel His platform advocates low cost veteran and city employee housing', separate; county government, elimination king metei use in summer nd to year-round residents for "unduly" high tax to which they are subjected, round residents for "unduly" high tes to which they are sub"Ta'bb^ShtbbSI^O p.m Rabbi L. n will officiate and Pantor Ooldring will chanl th( ervice. Saturd 9am Sffil&hrmon will pn Law !" Bar Mnzva of M and Loui son of Dr an,, service, 10 a.m. Mincha at 6:15 p.m. Shalosh S'udos, 6:36 p.i Daily services at P m LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening service. 8:15 p.m Rabbi Leon Kronish on "Can A A G .] li n Ag, ? th. a series ol nons on the 1 Can American J In a Ghetto?" Tl 5 Sabbat i ited of Greater Miami. An (>: will Greati r Miami Junior Hadassah followin sei vice, m 45 a m, Canto; Sa lei Kel sical pot lions at all sei vices Junior Hadass ih be tei d by the e. S bbath will under the muRabbi Colman A. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami. Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening n A. Zwit will preach on the subject, "A Ba In Ou Day." A congregational reception will follow the 1 and will sored bv Mr. and Mrs, Max Weitz in honoi 1 I of their granddaughter, Cecelia Ann. and Mrs Saul Cohen. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, Sisti and refreshments committee head, will be in S I morning sei vii es at 11 a.m. Twice commander of American n post 85. during the war. he organized Hie Miami Beach air observer service and was named chief air raid warden. He was cited by Secretary i War Stimson for the best organized dimout along the Atlantic In addition to his civic duties, lie is a member of B'nai B'rith, YM&WHA, Civic league. Knights of Pythias, Masons, and is vice president of Beth Jacob Con egation. IN THE MAIL April 22, 1947. Editor. The Jewish Floridian: Dear Sir: In your issue of April 19, you prints letter by Mr. Sootin calling me a mud slinger. Why? Because I asked him and the others who had signed with him a nasty letter accusing the pioperly supervised kosher butchers in our area if they were themselves kosher. Why did Mr. Sootin not answer this question? Instead, he accuses me of "slinging mud." and suggests that •Rabbi Mescheloff's Vaad Kakashruss" should combine with some kind of a Greater Miami Vaad Kakashruth. I am not a member of the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth of which Rabbi Mescheloff is the director. But I know what hefkeruth there was in our city until it was organized. I know that their prosecution closed down trafa butcher shops. I have heard only praise for the wonderful supervision they give from every big rabbi •A!I P visits our city. The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth has been supervising butcher shops and shocfttim and slaughter houses in Miami Beach, Miami and Hialeah for eight years. The whole community looks to it for kashruth supervision. The uncalled-for attack on thorn in that letter is a sign that this new "so-called" Vaad is not responsible, and has not gained public confidence. It thinks it can gain credit by knocking a tried and true institution. Sincerely, MAX FEIT. HAPPY IS THE IRIDE Tt Sun Skints On at .. '.. & A .AVL COUNTRY ClUI 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Raab will :. TEMPLE EMANU-EL, Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 'A p.m. Rabbi the subject. "I'm Not Superstitious, But ." JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. HOLLYWOOD CENTER Friday evening services. Rabbi Max Kaufman will condui 8:15 p.m.. speaking on "Modern Science: An Ally of Religion." Mr. and Mrs. Harris will be the hosts at the On bat which iollows the service. Morning service at 10 a.m S M Soloway will be hostess. Religious Sunday school at 1ft a.m. Lok*ill Co.. T l.ow'i'vl Itrktkirtl You've heard of the Sealtest System of Laboratory Protection how its constant aim is to improve the quality and safeguard the purity of ice cream, milk and other dairy products. In Southern Dairy products you learn what Sealtest approval maani to you in fine quality and delicious flavor. Southern Dairies products are effectively pasteurized for your protection. PHONE 9-6501 MEMORIAL OK&PEL rtwE nmsRAi. SERVICE wmmz AMBULANCE SERVICE Mi.aa Bch BW.Ml,> T. NWMAf Fuwl Director A*8 fitftftNttifto, Tt war In N.w YvAtt Kb Si. JUMtwJaw Av y 1 LK rome< LlB. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' WE OfFiaALLY KPttSUT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL NMES in/wmalion Gladly Futnuhed on Requetl SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Law Library Donated to Bsach Bar Association The the Miami will have g "! SfcSte* new libr x ot tne Merc bank at Washington associat n annex of the Mercantile "* ave. and Lincoln rd., according 0 ^ ^airman ot t he gue Rosenberg miUe n e Zati n S "^W^ Scheduled for completion i„ July, the rooms donated bv MJ Ginsberg, owner of the ,inS? will have spaee for a main £ smaller rooms for stenoeS' d ictation s anda r ea dl n g C t Serving with Rosenberg on ft, library committee are Vincent r Giblin, Kenneth L. Oka, Sheoard Broad. E. L. L.x-khart, 2fi Englander and Roland Granat. Rhumba Contest Feature At Emanon Club Affair A rhumba contest is the feature of the Emanon club's May dance planned for May 3 at 9'p.m. ln the Miami Woman's club, 1737 North Bayshore dr. A popular orchestra will play for dancing with a prize being awarded for the rhumba contest Nat Etkins, social chairman, is in charge of arrangements. Rabbi Max Kaufman will be heard over Station WBAY at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. He is spiritual leader of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. The program is sponsored weekly by the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. BEACH Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Irving Blasberg, Treas. R. W. Wilson. Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth ftCOlxlft" Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel W" For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or •*• PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL PHONE 9-2664 SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E. E. CAPTER. Funwal Director "A Fritnd. In Need" 3001 W. FLAGLE"



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FRI DAY. APRIL_25, 1947 Y REVEALS +Jewisi) tlcridliairi PAGE SEVEN The Miami YM&WHA Home p will begin its ninth season t.n,. 23 according to an announcement by Mrs. Ben Es.„. chairman of the camp com"continuing for eight weeks, the home camp for children from 4 to 12 years of age will offer a nrogram of creative activities. Featured will be swimming twice wccklv Other activities will include Sabbath and holiday seryiceg, arts and crafts, nature study, folk dances, singing, band, and similar activities under the guidance of skilled counselors. Fees have been set at $8.00 per week per child if included in family membership in the Y, and $11.00 per week for all others. The camp day is from 9 to 4 daily, from Monday through Friday. Well balanced lunches under the supervision of trained dieticians are served and milk is served every afternoon. Dietary laws are observed. Dan Rosenthai, activities director of the Y, Morris "Chuck" Klein, athletic director, will act as camp director and head counselor. Scholarships are available under special arrangements. Inquires concerning registration and scholarship should be directed to Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. Beach 'Y' Camp to Open Fourth annual Miami Beach YM&WHA home camp will open on June 16. As in the past, children between the ages of 4 and 14 will attend for a 10-week period. Registration of applicants is now in process for members of the "Y" and will continue until May 15. at which time the general community may apply. The camp is conducted from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, Monday through Friday. Lunch is served and milk and cookies are provided during the afternoon. A transportation service is available for those who desire it. Rates for a two-week period are $20 for members and $28 for non-members. PRERO WILL HEAD B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH Congress Gets Bill To Debate Finalists Named Stay Alien Deportation In Rose Chapter Contest WHeHlMflTflN IIT4I. C !" n ,• ,.. .. .1. __ WASHINGTON, D. C—The appointment of Rabbi Amram Prero as national director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization was announced here by Henry Monsky, Omaha, Neb., national president of B nai B'rith. At the same time, Monsky disclosed that Victor Perlmutter national administrative assistant of the Youth organization, has been named director of administration. The appointments culminate the reorganization of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization since October, 1945. At that time, Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, was appointed temporary director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization as an additional assignment. Dr. Sachar continues as Hillel director following the elevation of Rabbi Prero to the BBYO directorship. Under Sachar's guidance, the yuth organization made its most rapid strides in B'nai B'rith history. There are 1,178 units in the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization—570 Aleph Zadik Aleph chapters. 310 B'nai B'rith Girls groups, 120 B'nai B'rith Young Men units and 127 B'nai B'rith Young Women groups. Their aggregate membership is 28,920 exclusive of alumni and those in the military service. In conveying his desire to the B'nai B'rith Youth Commission to step down as national director. Dr. Sachar said in part: "The job of reorganization is now virtually complete. I am ready now to relinquish the responsibility of national director of BBYO. I can do this with no misgiving, not only because the work that and have submitted my resignation to our chairman, Henry Monsky. brought me in has been largely accomplished, but also because we have very able young people to take over." Rabbi Prero has been national director of Boys' Work tor the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization for the past six months. Prior to that assignment, he-was director of the Hillel Foundation, University of Manitoba, Canada; director of Youth Work, Canadian Jewish Congress: Jewish representative* at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., and Hillel director at the University of Florida. Rabbi Prero was born in Palestine and came to the United States as a child. He was educated in Chicago schools and ordained a rabbi by the Hebrew Theological college. He later served as rabbi in Lexington, Ky. Perlmutter joined the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization as national administrative assistant here in February. 1946. During the last war, he was USO director in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Anniston, Ala. He has had 17 years experience with young people as director of organizational youth groups. Perlmutter is a graduate of tne College of the City of New York and the New York School of Fine and Applied Art. His paintings have been exhibited in leading New York art galleries. WASHINGTON (JTA) — Senator William Langer, Republican of North Dakota, last week introduced in the Senate a bill which would empower the Attorney General to stay deportation proceedings on aliens who had been in this country for five years or longer. An identical bill was introduced in the House last week by Rep. Frank Follows, Republican of Maine, chairman of the sub-committee on immigration of the House judiciary committee. The bill would amend the Immigration act of 1917 to enable the Attorney General either to suspend deportation of an alien "who has proved good moral character for the preceding five years" or, in lieu of deportation, to permit the alien to "depart from the United States to any country of his choice at his own expense." The measure would also enable the Attorney General to stay deportation if such action would result in "serious economic detriment" to a citizen or legal resident alien such' as wife, parent, or minor child or if the alien has resided continuously in the U. S. (or seven years. According to letters received by members of Congress from Ugo Carusi, U. S. commissioner of immigration and naturalization, the bill would enable the Department of Justice to adjust the status of persons who entered the country illegally because of technical violations of the immigration code. Upon payment of an $18 fee the commissioner would record the alien's admission for permanent residence as of the date of his last entry and the State Department would deduct a quota number to cover his entry from the quota of the current year. Finalists in a debate contest sponsored by Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith will discuss the introduction of general religious education into the public school system Sunday, 8 p.m., at the National hotel auditorium. Twins, Doris and Sybil Rosenbaum, members-of BBG chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, will defend the negative. Speaking for the affirmative are Dorothy Fishman and Beryl Axlrod, DBG. Betty Ann Weintraub, chairman of the project, reveals that Malvina Weiss, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Leo Huberman will sit in the panel of judges. A social hour will follow the discussions which are open to the public. Beach Mizrachi Women Open Membership Drive Miami Beach Mizrachi women are sponsoring a membership drive under the leadership of Mis. Joseph Brenner, president, and Mrs. Louis Lustig. The goal is to double the roster before the season's end. Members who register 10 recruits will be awarded a gold pendant pin. Dues of $4.00 cover the period to September, 1948. Food Center Joins With Greater Miami Vaad Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth announces that Quality Kosher Food Center at 1961 S. W. Eighth st., has been added to the list of stoies under its supervision, A participating agency of the Miami Jewish Federation, the Vaad lists among its members the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Congregation Beth Tfilah, Congregation Beth David, and Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is director. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor, Postal Bldg. Mizrachi Starts Young Women's Organization Groundwork for a Young Women's Group of Mizrachi is being laid by Mrs. Moses Mescheloff and Mrs. Emanuel Karger. The chapter will be open to young matrons. The first meeting was held last night at the home of Mrs. Mescheloff. In urging the young women to devote their energies to the group, Mrs. Karger pointed out that the work of Mizrachi is varied. Annual banquet of the Loyalty Club of Emunah chapter 175, Order of Eastern Star, will take place Sunday evening at the Steak House on Miami Beach. Committee of arrangements includes Mrs. Elhlyn Hippleman. Mrs. Sadie Weiss and Mrs. Shirley Rosen. i AUGUST BROS m£ f la the BEST.' Red Cross Drive Quota Exceeded By 3 Per Cent Campaign workers reported a 103 per cent collection in the Red Cross campaign for Dade county at the final report luncheon at the McAllister hotel Wednesday. Contributions amounting to $310,052 were received with the quota having been set at $301,000. General Chairman H. H. Hyman congratulated the solicitors for their fine showing. At the meeting. Mrs. Beatrice N. Vines, campaign director, tendered her resignation. m ^SCSJ FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS] PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Reading! Daily Take Bus to Door 901 N. 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PAGE EIGHT *JenHh*ldton i Rabbi Meschelofi Joins Warsaw Memorial Rally Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will share the platform with B. Z. Goldberg and S. Almazov at the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial services on Sunday evening. May 4. in Bayfront Park Auditorium. The event marks the fourth anniversary of the battle fought when Jews, who had been herded into che ghetto, faced their Nazi persec utors. Accepting the request to appe; -. Kabbi Mescheloff, of Beth J b Congregation, urged the Local Zionists Adopt Resolution to Britain .Ti ish community to pay homage 10 the fallen heroes. A special memorial program will be broadcast over Station WKAT at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday. May 1. The show was arranged by Ruth Brotman. who will sing Mana-Zucca's Rachem and the '"Partisan Song." In addition, the Greater Miami Folk Chorus will present several selections. S. Almazov, director of the National Black Book committee, is well known to Miami audiences, having lectured here when the documentary of Nazi atrocities was introduced to this city. The book will be available at the memorial rally. The Greater Miami Zionist district this week adopted a resolution protesting the executions by the British government of four Jews in Palestine. Copies were forwarded to Great Britain and the State Department. The text of the resolution stated: WHEREAS. Great Britain lias illegally assassinated four Jewish heroes associated with I>>>v Gruner in liberating the Jewish Homeland; and WHEREAS, these martyrs t i Ihe cause of freedom served gallantly as did the men at Bunker Hill, and on all other battlefii Ids for liberty, and were convicted without due process of law: and WHEREAS, th.' British government has goaded the Jewish people to what that government hopes will Inthe breaking point in order to create chaos in Palestine and therefore expand theii oil imperialism; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RES< >LVED by the Miami Zionist district that we do sorrowfully mourn the untimely death by execution of the innocent Dov Gruner and his fellow-patriots, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the cause of a democratic free Jewish State in Palestine shall not be stayed because of the tyrannical acts of the British government: and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution of protest shall be directed to the British government, the British Embassy, the President of the United States. Congressional representatives of this district, and to the press. MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT BURNETT BOTH, President. EDWARD LEVIN. Secretary. Capital Spotlight By BEATRICE HEIMAN (Copyright. 1947, Jewnh Telegraphic Agency, Inc.) WASHINGTON. Not in a long time has the Palestine issue received such fulldress treatment as the forthcoming special session of the United Nations is preparing to give it. Warren R. Austin, American representative on the Security Council of the U.N., will represent the United States. He will be assisted by Herschel V. Johnson, who is Austin's alternate on the Security Council. Austin is a former Senator from Vermont and made a trip to Palestine in 1936 as a member of an unofficial three-man senatorial group surveying conditions there. He co-authored a seventy-odd Formatioa of a Men's Club for Congregation Beth David is in process of completion. Sidney Lefcourt has been appointed as chairman of the organizing committee. page report titled "Crisis In Palestine." Some of his conclusions, as set down in 1936, make interesting reading in 1947: "Diplomatically. Great Britain cannot afford to back the wrong horse." he wrote. "On the issue now raised of performance or non-performance of the mandate. the contenders are not limited to the Jews of the world against the Arabs of the world. They include the treaty nations, of which the United States is one, •Therefore." continued Austin, "it is rational to expect that after peace and order are restored in Palestine (ed.: Austin refers to Arab anti-Jewish riots), the unfounded ambitions of certain Jewish and Aral) elements that the mandatory could or would hand to either of them political control over the other, will probably be definitely nullified." What Austin foresaw was fostering of "a government in which all citizens are Palestinians and in which Jewish and Arab parity of power is guaranteed." The UN. consideration of the question will bring Austin together again with Moshe Shertok, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, who now divides his time between Washington and Jerusalem. Austin wrote in his 1936 report that "in course of our conference with the leaders of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem. Mr. Shertok presented to us an effective answer to the Arab claims." In preparing the artillery for the U.N. front, the various interested parties have been actively making plans. Shertok has been in and out of Washington, conferring with officials. In NewYork the other six members of the Agency executive appointed to maintain liaison with the U.N. have been working busily. Representatives in Washington of the Arab states have started a round of activity. There recently d here the head of the Arab offices for Jerusalem. Washington and London, Mousa Bey Alami. He will remain in the United States until early in May. by which time the U.N. session on Palestine will have been launched. Alami has begun a series of secret conferences with the heads of the Arab diplomatic missions in Washington, to plan Arab strategy on Palestine at the U.N. The Egyptian ambassador played host to his colleagues at >ne such get-together. The Arab office is a non-official organization, sponsored and supported by the governments of the leven Arab states—Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi-Arabia, Syria. Transjordan and Yemen. Its chief function here seems to be to combat Zionism. A pattern showing the increased importance of the Near East Hospital DrivT^H With I Id group of volunteer : 2 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will I.-1V0 on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 45880 POST TIME 8:00 P. M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE No Minors Admit fed NATURAL MR COOLING SYSTEM EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES From Miami: Transit busses leave corner of N. E. 1st Ave nnH %  >„* St. every 15 minutes, starting at 6:30 P.M. 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COLEMAN for ihv United States is evolving In themselves, the various threads do not form a fabric, but interwoven, they do. For example. Iraq and the United States recently raised their respective diplomatic representatives in Baghdad and Washington from minister to ambassador — the top-rank of diplomacy. The important Mosul "il fields in Iraq may have had something to do with the promotion. American influence in Saudi Arabia is growing, particularly through development of its huge oil resources. American engineers are contracting with King Ibn Saud to build transport and other projects. An American educational mission is planning to visit Saudi Arabia to start schools for basic instruction in modern ways of living. The oil companies are developing, for the first time in Arabia's history, a considerable group of industrial workers, who labor in and around the oil fields. Returning from a trip to Saudi Arabia and Yemen last year, a State Department official commented that with Ibn Saud's prop-see! plan for modernization, the people of the Arab peninsula Were rushing headlong into the thirteenth century. Blueprints tor the move are originating in the United States. for the campaign'"""''" """ %  All workers in the countv... expected i„ attend thXS che Bayfi„nt pj k \ : ceived. iM Robert Pentland. J r „•,-, I the hospital and S5J3 man oi the campaign J?l %  drive „.•, been \ t ^£H ,h( ; weather and the lackTS unteer workers, but f S& h;,t h -> *-uid i,, p S by April 30. In ad, 111,,, n t„ the headouai atMW.Flaglerst.. M 2l workers will continue to maM | Jeir separate headqu the Miami Beach Masonic fed throughout tiie campaign. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins A Waih. A, Hebrew Religious Suppliw to Synagogues and Private Oa Also for Hebrew Schook Telephone 5-1017 Listen In! 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F pinAY.APRlL_25, 1947 fl tJewitf fhrkttan PAGE NINE "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. V .N. SCENE: With the Palestine issue coming before the United Nations St week, it can be revealed Uhat Zionist loaders have no 11usiuns regarding British inten„ c there Nevertheless, they £* that the very fact that thc i SS uo has been made the subi t (lf a special U.N. session oflilrs a challenge and an opportunity • • %  Evcn if Britain means to ignore U.N. recommendations which she may find annoying, thisd.M'not free the members of the United Nations from their responsibility to offer what ever recommendations are warranted by thc facts ... It stands to reason that the individual governments of which the United Nations is composed will not make themselves accomplices to the present British policy in Palestine, which was declared illegal by the Mandates Commission of the League of Nations And it is on this fad that Jewish Agency leaders count most. They especially hope that the governments composing the United Nations will guard themselves carefully against being drawn into an expression of approval or appreciation of the record of the British [administration in Palestine, however vague the wording might be ... They realize that Britain will interpret the least expression of appreciation of her past record las a sanction by the United Nations to continue her arbitrary [regime Actually, the Jewish [Agency would prefer that the [United Nations cheek into the [Palestine regime's action in line [with existing international agreements Zionist leaders would [also not mind if the United Nations refers the question of the [legality of the present Palestine [regime to the International Court [of Jus'.:,, set up by the U.N. IThey believe that this procedure Iwoukl he more time-consuming jbut equalh proper ... Of course, %  before agrei ing to take any action Ion Palestine in connection with [the British request, it would be highly proper for the U.N. Assembly to request and obtain as| 6uran British authorities jthat its find inns will be observed |by them Leaders of the Jewish Agency are now most actively porkint; among U.N. members to Imake them see that the U.N. will jlook ridiculous in the eyes of the hvorld it its recommendations are IWANTMYMILK Eitab. 1924 **4 B SUM If FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producto" Dtcro ProU* ,*d TEL. 2-2621 heater Miami Delivery I En VU,t Ou* Farm at not accepted by Britain. • COMMUNAL AFFAIRS: The astronomical figure of $300,000,000 will be raised by American Jewish communities this year for local, national and overseas agencies Broken down this, includes the $170 000000 goal of the United .1, Appeal, $18,000,000 for national and overseas agencies, and $38 000.000 for local services ... In addition, many capital funds will reach a minimum of $65,000,000 Fund-raising is progressing remarkably well this year Here are just a few examples ', In Kansas City, aiming for $1,. 550,000 as against $875,000 raised in 1946. a number of leaders have set the pace by doubling their last year's contribution, and one by tripling Milwaukee's Jewish Welfare Fund, seeking a total of $1,700,000—70 per cent more than last year—reports that "Big Gifts" arc being increased at a rate of 87 per cent Peoria's two top-givers have made 100 per cent increases Last year their gifts amounted to 20 per cent of the campaign total; this year it already amounts to about 33':i per cent of Peoria's goal of $425,000 The trend toward increased giving is evident in every city where pre-campaign gifts have been sought Buffalo reports 75 per cent; Detroit 78 per cent; St. Louis 50 to 75 per cent; Waterbury 100 per cent. Mrs. Glasser Presides At AJC Women's Group For the last time 1 in her official capacity as president, Mrs. Louis Glasser will conduct the meet ing of the Miami Reach chapter of the American Jewish Congress. Women's division, on Monday, 1:30 p.m. at the Ritz-Plaza hotel, Mrs. Glasser will leave Tuesday for New York to attend a special board meeting of the national administrative body of AJC of which she is a member, to be held April 30 and May 1 at the Plaza hotel. Mrs. Sam Prosterman, chairman of the nominating committee 1 will present the slate for election. Officers to be installed on May 15 at the Cadillac hotel include Mrs. Clarence Cohn, president; Mrs. Bmanuel Baskind. Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, Mrs. John Saifer. Mrs. Jerome Kimball. Mrs. Benjamin Fold, vice presidents; Mrs. Arthur Klein, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin Serrant and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, financial secretaries; Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mrs. Leonard Gliekman and Mrs. Mollie Schuman, i ponding secretaries; Mrs. Lester Stepner, recording secretary, and Mrs. William Loeb, audit Beach AJC Women Hear Review of Hindus Book The twelfth in a series of book reviews for the Miami I'" Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, "Bright Pa> by Maurice Hindus, will be analyzed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. The book is an account of Czechoslovakia's experiment in reconciling Socialism and Capitalism. AJC book review project, of which Mrs. Leonard Kimball has been chairman this season, is open to the public. Sholem Lodge Members Donate to Blood Bank Four members of Sholem lodge P.'nai B'rith will make the first "mission of mercy" when they visit the Dade County Blood Bank Sunday at 10 a.m. as a part of the lodge's blood bank campaign. Those who will donate are Herbert Hurewitz. Michael M. Isenberg, Marx Feinberg and C. R. Jacobson. A series of trips has been arranged by Charles Breslow, project chairman. The drive is part of Hie B'nai B'rith national community serv am. Ask for U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SERVING GREATER MIAMI GRADE "A" PRODUCTS "" "'CREAM • ICECREAM MILK CREAM ICE CREAM CHILDREN NEED HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN "D" MILK PHONE 5-5537 Local Chapter Of Free Palestine League Calls First Meeting At 'Y' Initial meeting of the Greater Miami chapter, American League for a Free Palestine, will be held at the Miami Beach YM&WHA May 1 at 8 p.m. Jack Bell, Miami Herald columnist and world war correspondent, will be guest speaker. Organized three years "ago, the league is a non-sectarian group which counts Senators and Representatives among its 140,000 members. National president is Senator Guy Gillette. At a recent election, Prof. Mark Waldman was named chairman of the local chapter. Other officers, serving temporarily pending receipt of a charter, include Max J. Finkelstein, vice chairman; Dr. Edmund S. Keating, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Marcus, financial secretary: Mrs. Ada Greenfield, recording secretary, and Seymour Zuckcr, corresponding secretary. Movies at Gables Center At the next meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish Center, May 8 at 8:15 p.m., two movies will be shown. They are March of Time's picture on Palestine and "The House I Live In" with Frank Sinatra. Future plans of the Center include a picnic for the Sunday school and Center at Mattheson Hammock on May 18. HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 N. Y. 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PAGE TEN vjentel' lfhrSdicaiT_ JEWISH DPS GET WASHINGTON (JTA). — Figures on the number of U. S. visas issued to displaced Jews in the American zones in Europe were made public here by the state department in answer to a query whether "special priority is given to members of the Jewish faith" in granting visas to DP's. The total number of Jewish refugees to receive visas during the last 11 months was under 10.000. The question was addressed to the state department by Congressman Edward T. Miller. Republican of Maryland, who also wanted to know whether children wenreceiving priority and how many refugees might seek entry to the United States this year. Both the letter from Rep. Miller and the state department's nply are published in the Congressional Record. Pointing out that the existing immigration statutes pertaining to the allocation of quotas and the "public charges provisions" were being complied with by U. S. consular officials who issue the visas, the state department made it clear thai priority is given to orphaned children. With regard to the number of which were issued to displaced Jews, the state department declared that Jewish organizations have been much more more active in issuing "corporate affidavits" guaranteeing the support of the % %  once they reach the Unite State than the "non-Jewish Anothei reason was thai ter number of persons a pp 1 y i n g under thi I li quota were Jewish "pe and th I ruled oul many pel sonol 11 ethnic origin I ecause I their "status under the Nazi regimi According to consul; •here I ave be, n a total of 14.474 visas %  • March 1946, to January ol this year. <>f 9, 27 wen Ji ish, 2,173 Catholic. 1,969 Pi • • and 705 ot other or no faith, t. e tati department revealed. Obituaries JACOBS Services foi Hyman Jnfobn, <*. i i is Collins ave., were conducted Rabbi I n Kronlnh laid T wln> the Riverside Memorial chapel. came here nix n ha ago ton, here two bi oth rs< \\ FEIG Felg, < %  '•. nn alt, ,n Funeral home, 7W > dieil ,,r a heai l ittiick 1 \ (,,i mei renlili nl ol HI %  I,lei i.r ih< Mi.on Moi i la the •! 12th ave Friday. Clemens, Mich., he came h< % ears go, He was a mi Beth IHivM Synagogue ami Jewish Orthodox foi riving iil daughter, Mrs M Kahili.," ill Sen Ices, comlui '• Rnbltis Max Shapiro ai ,1 | % %  l-i %  '.i II %  in the Cordon chniiel Mi. Nebo cemi li with li RICH Mm. Morrin Rich, t li of Mian day nlmhi In Atlanta Sh, n .,f one Ulani arge ti. |>a linenl UJA Dinner Will Honor Tobacco Company Head Herbert A Kent, who Ibis year celebrates his as president if P Lorillard Co., makers of Old Gold cigarettes, will be the guesl of honor at the annual dinner 0 i the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York, tobacco and allied trades division. t0 be held at the Hotel Astor, Wednesday evening, May %  • The dinner will be the high poinl of the annual UJA drive in the tobacco industry. A goal oi $550,000 double the 1946 objective—has been set for the UJA %  1 M PULASKI Mrs llertha I'll askl. 31, l.,'M>t\ ,,re., Ml in,i I : II ; day. Hn> Inn i imii %  Ivn, she Is sill \ l> • ,1 b> hei huslinnil, Samuel tl a daugl Thi III ItiVel • side Meinoi In I inpel CAVA An eighl ,1 120 Kiglltl died last wei '' thi II Mem, liapi with II ibl %  inc. Inti \. cemeti '• Ills wife. In--. Mi fnvn leaves K li • VI Mil. %  !., in II SI,In, i: hnmbi i .-lit I % nl his iiicrchanl % %  < • and w;is :, I 111',. Klks The IMHIJ \. n i'u foi !'u I.I by JACOBS \ i ail.I. -. (I home. IL' li"l } yen ,-mber of K.&A..U ill th l.;i u • II, %  % %  I ..III : %  SCHNEIDER l!i, who IWll u li.-i •• he wa il ;'...... 9, dieil Ihi.* wei-l '....• ,. 1 %  i %  Bloll lo tl Hi i-l % %  M i i' • Mr. Si I Officers and members of the Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rilh women will be installed at the Cadillac hotel on May 20. A limited number of reservations for the affair are available from Mrs. David Harris at 5 4566 or Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg at 5-1125 before noon. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBN1CK, Representative FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM LFA WEST PALM BEACH MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S Favillc, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring tit Nationally Famous Southern Dalriaa Pre MB : HAM duct* and lea Cream WMNLK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONI ^^^^AA^M^MMM C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too smalL Over 50 years in business H H W X NWM NM^HHHUdE %  i HERBERT A KENT field with .1 R, 11; : .; %  and Benjamin Siegel sei v in| as co-i men of the d \ i vi toi 1947. Although .i non-J Ki nt has long bi : Inited Jewish Appeal city This year it cided bj lead: • n to make him guesl ol honor at the ; dinner ti timonial to the effoi ts he has devoted to making the drive a succi in past years. mgh this y< doubli • 1946, leaders in thi field are confident that the • figure will be reached in the tobacco field before the comes to a climax at the dinner in the Hotel A I Quiet .ind : esi ved by nature, Mr. Kent has shunned the limelight i, minim I il behalf JA D ive leaders lions 1 however, by designating guest the annual SLEEP "H'i You don't appreciate howj wonderful sleep is until you, have had one or two wakeful nights. When occasionally nex-' vous tension keeps you awake I half the night, or when you are| nervous, keyed up, jittery. | Try Miles NERVINE I It has been making good for| more than sixty years. CAU-| TTON-use only as directed.. 1 Get Miles Nervine at your drug store. Effervescent tablets, 35c 1 and 75c-Liquid, 25cand $1.00. • MILES LABORATORIES, Inc.l' Elkhnrt, Indiana. ^ d MILES UNVEILINGS BUNNY The unveiling of a monument to tin' memory at the late Ben Bunny of 423 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday, 2 pin., at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Arrangement are in charge f Sidney H, Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. GLICKMAN The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Herman Glickman of 241 N. W. Third i will lake place Sunday, 1:30 p.m., at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Ar., mints arc in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. J. N. HERSHKOWITZ SOUGHT Information is being sought of the whereabouts of Joseph Nathan Hershkowitz alias Hirsch on behalf of his wife and two minor daughters. Mr. Hershkowitz last separated from his family in her. 1945. leaving thorn totally without means. As the family was left destitute, Mrs. Hershkowitz was obliged to apply for public assistance, which she and l lie children are currently %  reiving. Joseph Nathan Hershkowitz was born in Brooklyn on Aug. 2(i. 1914. is I ft. 4 in. tall, weighs 135 pounds, has dark brown hair, light brown eyes, has worked as a clerk and counterman. He is reported to be in Florida. Anyone aware of his %  n is requested to communicate with the National Desertion iu, 67 W. 47th st., New York City. dinner as a token of respect from UJA workers and leaders. i:t from Saturday, April .".. uo of Raul Hide Nea N< r< ii So5 ir'thc BEST? "% CAMP OSCEOLA A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "/II the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONV1LLE, N. C. • 2,500 ft. Elevation • Capable Seasoned Staff • Supervised Outdoor Recreation • Resident Physician HERBERT SILVER, Director 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 B'nai B'rith GfrlTsk^ Wins Dramatics Tropb B'nai B'rith Girls. Chap^J of Miami Beach, r,,^,^ George Bertman Drama, 2 for a skit presented at thc 2 YM&WHA. The award i s ^ yearly for the best akit J by an organization which „ J at the "Y." lch %  ** Those who participated -l Shirley Neilmger, MSTaa Gloria Sail. Rachel Habib Chariene Smith. The narrat was Barbara Gould and Gte Farkas. the club's president 5 sided. Ft Junior Hadassah Present! Playlet By BJE Director "Operation Land." a plavlet h A. P. Oannes, director of thefti. reau of Jewish Education wa performed at father daughter meeting of the Greater Miami Junior Hadassah at Temple Beth Sholom last Thursday. The production concerned itself with the formation of settlement! in Palestine, dramatizing the Jet. ish National Fund's acquiring ot land in Palestine, with speed emphasis on the building of the early settlement in Negev. The entire show was arranged by Florence Stein and Eileen Cowen. program chairmen. Ala Van Straaten, representing the' fathers, was guest speaker. 1SUNFRESH BRAND Warranted FRESH 100% PURE ORANGE JUICE Fresh squeezed from a combination of the finest tasting types ol Florida Oranges. DAILY DELIVERY TO RESTAU. RANTS. HOTELS and SCHOOLS Miami Fruit Juice Co. 1206 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-5237 ] CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS ON OSCEOLA LAKE HENDERSONVILLE. N. C Telephone Dorothea Dubler it 9-1923 Junior Group Now Comple" Only a Few Openings Left l Girls 9 to 15 TOUBY MINTING CORP. 51 JufQk 3-5CC0 Ut/tSlb A*>ku**tO (***** ttt N.W.6* Str—l m MAM H. FLOWDA



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RIDAY A PRIL 25, 1947 L^chi Women Gather Nothing for Orphans Under the auspices of the MiBeach Women's chapter of Izrach'. Mis. Ethel Shaffron „ give a Party for the benefit [Europe's orphans at Raphaels | U ,]. 14b" Washington ave., Monly at 8 P•">• Efembers will bring food and V hine for shipment abroad. f s J. Brenner, president, has ked that the clothing be new %  almost new and that it be in L, s suitable for children 8 to 15 lars of ace. each BPW Election To ake Place Monday dominating committee of the I aml Beach Business and Probional women of Hadassah will •esent its recommendations at i election Monday at 7 p.m. at Xtsy Ross hotel. [Appointed recently to prepare %  slate for the ensuing year, the Lup includes Lillian Goodman, [airman; Polly Gershon, DorJiy Lightman, Sylvia Abrams Id Sadie Alexander. Fast • Dependable EXPRESS Also STORAGE PIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 2-7339 1468 S. W. 6th Street ACCEPTS UJ.A. POST William S. I'al.-y, Chairman of llir Board of the Columbia BrusdrsMinn System,has hern named Chairman of the Advisory (n in.il „f lli. 1170,000,000 United Jewish Appeal for Refugee*. Overseas Needs and Palestine, it was announced thi> week liy Henry Mc.ritenthau, Jr., Ceneral Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. In a statement arreptinc the Advisory Council Chairinanship, Mr. i'aley hailed the United Jewish Appeal as "a cause of major world significance" and added that he had accepteil the position of leadership in the $170,000,000 drive for the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement of Europe's Jewish survivors "out of a firm conviction that every American should share in binding the wounds of war and healing the scars of rruel and widespread oppression in Europe." Miami Title & Abstract Co. +Jewis trhridHc*n Chrome Grille Frame On Newest Mercury Model Spring models now rolling off the Mercury assembly lines at the rate of 500 a day embody several Changes including a new chrome grille frame whieh adds to the massive appearance of the car, according to T. W. Skinner. Lincoln-Mercury general manager. "We have made these running changes in line with our previously announced policy of providing our customers with mechanical and styling improvements without interfering with production," Mr. Skinner said. "These new Mercurys soon will be shown by our dealers throughout the country." Changes in the Mercury include 11 new exterior colors ranging from brilliant metallic pastels to a lustrous black. The car's exterior appearance also has been improved by the addition of a new hood side nameplate, new hub caps, new extended nameplate on the rear deck, and a change of the background color of the radiator grille nameplate. Another feature of the new Mercurys is the re-styling of the interior trim whieh includes the addition of bolster material to the upper section of the seat backs to provide contrast. New door trim panel designs have been added with harmonizing cloth and heavier, more attractive artificial leather combinations. There are new dials on the instrument panels and the steering wheels and instrument panels are both finished in new colors. IvJOUST BROS liy, 1 I *S.n Mt V 1* is the tlt.Si 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. • Escrows # Abstracts TEL. 3-6661 Title Insurance TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY 82.000,000.00 One of the Oldest Title Insurance Companies In the United States 20 Years of Title Service in Dade County LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint Hi., undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name "i BON TON SUNDRIES, .it 1096 S W 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend t.. reglater said icon., with the clerk of tii.' Circuit fc.mt • %  Dade Cbuny, I-'l'.i Ida. WALLACE KIRK CLAIRE KIRK I •• 'iii MVERH, HEIMAN .VKAPLAN, Attorneys for Petitioners, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desli Ing i" engage li business Mini..:' the fictitious name of SMILEY'S BAR, .' %  H" North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to i. ::!.•. -id name with the Clerk "f the t'iiciiit Court "f Dade County, Florida, HARRY TRACHTMAN WASMAN .v SILVER, Attorneys for Applicants, I 25 "' 2-9-16-23 X/£s ~->*K>J^r^Z^^^ ^\ Investigate the Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage • LOW RATES: Reasonable interest charges on unpaid balances • EASY PAYMENTS: No more than present monthly rental. • LONG TERM PLAN: Pays ofi mortgage without strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given—no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 lAIE FEDERAL a luang* atut&m JwKMfo* of Mam; FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. LIPTON. President Installation Rites Set By Denver Home Chapter Newly elected officers of the Greater Miami chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be installed at a "luncheon Tuesday, May 6, at 2:30 p.m. in the dining room of the Shelborne hotel. The ceremonies will be directed by Mrs. Myron M. Newman. Tickets or reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Irving R. Becker, chairman of the event, or Mrs. Albert Dubler, in charge <>l reservations. PAGE ELEVEN i LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ho undersigned, desiring to engage in business humnrra under the fictitious name of Ql RUNS APARTMENTS \HOTEL ROOMS, al 1751 Washing) Ivenue, Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk ..r the Clrcuil t.ourl of Dade County, Florida. MM.IAN OIMPEL VIVIAN OIMPEL MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. t 18 28 5. 2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat tne undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the n. tltlous name of PAULS DRESS SHOP, al 233-85 N Miami Avenue, Miami, Florfcfla, Intends to register Bald name with the Clerk "f ihe Clrcuil Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL B. GRDEN l 18-23 5 '2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i a under the fictitious name of I AND l> GROdERTERIAS, at 37S v w. Fifth St., Miami, Fla., Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade '' ity, Florida. IRVING s WEINSTEIN D.WII' V. WEINSTEIN BIMONHOFF & BIMONHOPP, Attorneys for Applicants. 1/18-2.1 .", 2-9-16 • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PIERCE HOTEL, at 169 N r E. 6th Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to reglater said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Cntirt of Dade County, Florida. ABRAHAM RETSKJN, Sole Owner. AMns BENJAMIN, Attorney for Abraham Rctskln. 1/4-11-18-25 5/J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINCOLN ROAD WATCH HOSPITAL 7 Lincoln Road, Miami Peach. Ma.. Intends to register said nan,. with tho Clerk of the Clreuit Court of Dade County, Florida GEORGE If. MARKOWITZ WASMAN SILVER, I I Attorneys for Applicant. 11-T8-2G 5/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in s under the rictltious name of HART'S SERVICE STATION, at 4601 V. W. 32nd Ave., Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Flo, i, la. U.FRED DIMBN, OSCAR G. HALET, Partners. MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for AIM, li. -ants. I '11-18-25 5 2-0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business tinder the fictitious name of -Til AVENUE MARKET, at 201 (J. W. Eighth Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, SIMON JOSEPH SCHWARTZ and SAUL S. ROME. HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attomev for Applicants. I 1-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SMII.KYS COFFEE SHOPPE, at 1060 V. E First Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name wlt-h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. M'.R.MI \M OALINSKY RROrcilA c,.\I.INS"KY WALTER c KOVNER, Attorney for Applicants. | |-1 1-Is-:-. -. I NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of REROS FOOD CK.VTF.R. at 29f>4 Bis >ayne Blvd., Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dade County. Florida. ALBBRT HARON THOMAS SEROPULOS. Partners HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants, I 4-11-18-25 5, I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of FLORIDA HOTEL SUPPLY CO.. at 187-139 West FTagler street, Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. II. J. EHRENS. Solo Owner. 1 28 1/4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in business under the fictitious name of I:,-,I:I:S MENS WEAR, at in N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the cinnlt Court of Dade County, Florida. Ri >BERT M. GOLDMAN r rni:i. G< iLDMAN MM.TON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 4'4-11-18-25 5'2 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. NO, 16278 RE: Estate or ANNA KAPPAPORT, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that I have rued my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of tho estate of ANNA RAPPAPORT, deceased; and that on the 5th day of May, 1947, will apply to the Honorable W. F. Hlanton. County Judge oi Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge as ii'!'!'. ".-"."' %  1, r "' th0 estate of ANNA RAI PA PORT, deceased. This 2nd day of April. 1947. „._ >*AX HAPPAPORT, MAX R. SILVER. ^'""•'"'v. for Administrator. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,,,.,„.; rorx T y' FI/">RII>A. IN CHANCERY Nor. 108.170 EUOBNB HATES MILLER, w rialntiff, EVELYN MILLER Defendant. I' 1 EVELYN MILLER 2R0ii West Avenue :i2 Los Angeles, Ciilif„ rn | a you ARE HERESY REQUIRED to file an Appearance In the above Ixoree motion ,„,„,. ,, p f,„. c M ,„ 1947, Otherwise a Decree Pro Confession will be entered against you In M ,f"Fl'c.ri''|'a C "'" ''' WS f the StU,e | Oated this 10th day of April, A. D. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. \v. BTl K3KINO, Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 818 Seybold Lending, Miami. Florida. i 11-18-25 :./2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE Cor.vrY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 108372 RI SE LIPINSKY, rialntiff, Vs. SAMUEL LIPINSKY, Defendant. TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKY, care of Palace Jewelry Co.. VIS Fifth Avenue, San Diego, California. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance In the ab, ve divorce motion on or before Mav .1), "'17. otherwise a Decree Pro Confession will be entered against you In iccordance with the laws of the State %  f Florida l> ted this 10th day of April, A. D. IM7. F H. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCK INC. Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER, Attorney for Plaintiff, Sis Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 4/11-1S-2." 5/J IN IIIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND F


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PAGE TWELVE vJewistincrldHari JM>AY,AiHit Blood Bank Reserves Fall Short In April Use of 406 more units of blood or blood components than were received from donors during the fiscal month ended April 10 has greatly decreased the reserve at the Blood Bank of Dade County, Miss Betty Franck, secretary, said today. Against blood supplied for 1.271 transfusions during the period, she added, 865 donations were made, 202 of them by members of organizations and 663 by individuals. Blood for transfusions, said Miss Franck, was supplied to 389 charity patients, 772 private patients and 110 servicemen at Pratt General and Nautilus Hospitals. Dr. John Elliott, technical director of the blood bank, appealed to residents of all sections to donate blood to help build up the reserve and avoid disaster in case of an epidemic that would require appreciable supplies. Those desiring to make blood donations can do so at the blood bank. 1750 N. W. Tenth ave., adjacent to Jackson Memorial hospital. A thorough physical examination is made of each prospective donor. There is no charge for this service and if disease is discovered, the patient is advised to consult a physician. Greek Aid Is Subject Of B'nai B'rith Forum B'nai B'rith Sholein lodge forum on public affairs Tuesday, April 29, will be held at 8 p.m. at Temple Israel Kaplan hall, instead of Beth David as previously announced. Speakers Rev. Joseph Barth of the Unitarian church and Leslie B. Bain, authority on International affairs, will lead the symposium on U. S. Aid to Greece. Five-minute talks will he given by Robert Levin and Leo Sheiner, members of the lodge's committee on public affairs. This discussion marks the first in a monthly series sponsored by the public affairs group, under the chairmanship of John Kronenfeld. Admission is free and the public is invited. Dr. Pearson Speaks At Sholem Lodge Luncheon Dr. I. T. Pearson will address guests at the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club. He will discuss instruction systems in Dade county bureau of education. Dr. Pearson is director of instruction for Dade county schools. William Pallot is chairman of the luncheon committee. [ULTItllKllUnl 14 % Tu, High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 DAVID H.OSER.D.D.S. and J. E. CARMONA, D.D.S. Announce The Opening of Their Offices for the Practice of General and Children's DENTISTRY Suite 609-11 Olympia Bldg. Phone 9-0322 Sakowitz Named to Head Tau Epsilon Phi Alumni Alumni of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity has elected Theodore J. Sakowitz as president for the coming year. The election look place last Thursday at the Raleigh hotel. Mr. Sakowitz will be assisted by Jack Mintzer. vice president; Dr. Arthur Rose, secretary; Fail Rubin, treasurer, and Dr. Elton Rosenblatt, historian. Members of the executive council include William Edelstein, Arthur Shandloff. Stewart Neuman. Joseph Fields and Main ice Orovitz. TRULY NOLEN. President EXTERMINATORS' ECONOMY WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION ^aN^V^ INTER-AMERICAN TRADE and TRAVEL *Ml\MI 3t: -cj J *i< X lfliami is the gateway between the Americas. Our Foreign Department is the banking gateway to Inter-American trade and travel. Willi correspondent banks throughout tke Americas, and the work! we offer you a foreign service unlimited. Whether your interest in foreign countries is business or pleasure, the Foreign Department of your First National Bank can be a valuable service to you in all ol your banting and financial transactions. W e cordially invite you to make lull use ol nil ol the services and facilities ol our Foreign Department,which include: Commercial Letters of Credit -Traveler's Letters ol Credit Foreign Credit Information Export and Import Collections Foreign Remittances in all parts of the world cashing drafts under traveler's Letters of Credit Foreign Exchange Trade and Regulations information .md Letters of Introduction. Member Federal Aqui Se Habla Espanol Aqui Se Fala Portuges FOREIGN DEPARTMENT FOURTH FLOOR ThefirsfNafionalBank of Miami M.Wi Otf.,1 m j Lars.., F manc!a /„,„ %  „,„•„„ B.t.M..k.j 1902 • 101 Eos, Flagler Street i..,..c. c,p„ a ,i 0 „ .,„ a F#atral R#(trvi Sy>lem


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 25, 1947

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01003

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Qrrn6t>n'^i^_ THE JEWISH U nTTy
O/Hi
THE JEWISH W EE KL Y
VOLUME 20-NUMBER 17
_MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 25. 1947"
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Troop Train Blast Kills Seven As
Underground Replies to Executions
JERUSALEM (JTA)One-half hour after last rites were recited j -
Tuesday morning over the graves of Moshe Barazani and Meir
Feinstein, the Jewish underground launched a campaign of
reprisals, blowing up a troop train on the Palestine-Egypt line,
a mile outside of Rehovoth. Seven persons were killed and
many seriously injured.
Preliminary reports that that the dead included five soldiers
one civilian and a three-year-old child. Twenty-one soldiers
and seven civilians were seriously injured and a number of
others received minor injuries. The scene of the
was strewn with the debris from
SETS PALESTINE
the wrecked coaches, among
which were severed limbs and
bloodstained portions of human
bodies. Rescue operations have
begun, but they are hampered by
(he position of the wreck, which
is situated on a narrow track cut
out of the peak of a rocky pro-
montory.
A report from Tel Aviv says
that two Britons, believed to be
policemen, have been kidnapped.
Also from Tel Aviv it is reported
that an unifentified Jew was de-
liberately shot and wounded
Tuesday morning by troops. A
passer-by who witnessed the
shooting summoned police.
Three persons died and nearly
a score were wounded as Jewish
extremists retaliated for the ex-
ecution of Dov Gruner and three
other Palestine Jews.
Two iif the dead were British
military and police personnel and
the third was a Jew who had no
identification papers on his per-
son and whom police assumed to
be a terrorist His body was
later stolen from a hospital
morgue. Except for two Jewish
bystanders, hit by police who re-
turned extremist fire in Tel Aviv,
all the wounded were British sol-
diers and constables.
Two attacks were made on a
military convalescent center near
Nathanya. During the first, a
sentry was shot dead and in the
second a bomb was thrown into
a cinema, injuring six soldiers.
Two truckloada of soldiers rush-
inr to the assistance of the troops
at the center were blown up by a
landmine on the road near the
camp. Four more were wounded,
explosion
one seriously. During the first'
raid a bomb blew up a head-
quarters building, but no one was
hurt.
At Rishon L'Zion two men were
seen working their way through
the barbed wire surrounding the
police station. When they were
spotlighted by guards, the men
filed several shots and escaped.
At Jerusalem a large landmine
was discovered camouflaged as a
road marker, and dismantled.
An armored car escorting a post
office official through the center
of Tel Aviv was struck by gren-
ades thrown from a lurking taxi,
wounding two policemen. Simul-
taneously, snipers in neighboring
houses opened fire on the police.
The names of the wounded pass-
ers-by were given as Shncui
Solderf, 33, a post office clerk,
and Yesekiel Shemesh, 18, a shop
clerk. Shortly after the attack
Tel Aviv was declared out of
bounds for all military and police
personnel, except those traveling
in armored cars.
About the same time in Haifa.
two military dispatch riders and
a military car were fired upon
from a black salon car. Accord-
ing to the official account, there
were no casualties. The attackers
escaped. An army truck manned
by members of the Arab '-egion
was blown up on the Haifa-Acre
road, injuring two troopers.
Earlier, police uncovered mines
in Haifa.
Military officials are reported
to have completed plans for spe-
cial measures against Jerusalem,
Tel Aviv and Haifa and against
illegal immigration.
State Rabbinical Association
Annual Convention Opens Sunday
On Sunday evening, the Florida
Rabbinical Association will open
its annual convention at Miami
Beach. Sessions will be held
through Tuesday afternoon.
Presentation of the yearly pres-
ident's report by Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will highlight the three-
day event. Delegates from every
community in the state will also
attend conference* of the Florida
State Jewish Education conclave
on Saturday
Monday morning's session will
>* sponsored jointly with the
education seminar and will be
devoted to a symposium on "Re-
"gious Education in the Public
Schools" Participating will be
Mr. Joe Hall, acting director of
instruction for the state educa-
(|on department, Rabbi Morris
Mop, secretary of the associa-
on and Rev. Glenn C. James of
White Temple.
Monday afternoon's meeting
*"' be devoted to reading of
ITu by Habbi Irvin8 Lehrman
"a Dr. Kaplan. "The Synagogue
hc Community," by Rabbi
Lehrman, will be discussed by
Rabbi Murray Grauer. Rabbi
Manuel Greenstcin and Rabbi
Lefkowitz. "The SermonWhat
Should It Be?" is the subject of
Dr. Kaplan's work.
"The Place of Palestine in Jew-
ish Life" is the theme of the
Monday evening session, Dr. Is-
rael Kaplan and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro have prepared theses on this
subject.
The following works will be
presented at a Kallah conference
set for Tuesday morning: "A
Poetic Presentation of the Penta-
teuch" by Rabbi Max Kaufman;
"Elijah of Wilno" by Rabbi Wil-
ner; "The Philosophy and Ethics
of the Prayer Books" by Dr.
Jacob Kaplan, and "Sunday Re-
ligious ServicesA Study" by-
Rabbi David Raab.
At the close of the election
luncheon to be held Tuesday
afternoon, Rabbi Moses Mesehel-
off, vice president of the Florida
Rabbinical Association, will pie-
sent a traditional Talmudic dis-
sertation.
May 4 through 11 has been des-
ignated Action for Palestine Week
by the National Zionist Emerg-
ency Coum-il. Huge demonstra-
tions will be held everywhere
calling upon the American peo-
ple to support the Jewish Com-
monwealth. At the same time
the United Nations will open its
discussion to determine the fate
..f Palestine.
Expanding its membership to
50 persons, the local Ami
Zionist Emergency committee
now represents participation of
major Jewish organizations in
Greater Miami. At a meeting last
Sunday at 11 a.m. in the National
Hotel auditorium. Harry Simon-
hoff and Jack Bun is wen- elected
joint chairmen for the activities.
Plans for the largest rally of
its type ever held in this
include a speaker of national
reputation and a parade on the
Beach.
At a meeting of the steering
committee held Wednesday the
following committees were or-
ganized: Publicity. George Talia-
noff; speakers, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Mrs. Lois Door in; parade. Burnett
Roth, and budget, Hairy Siikin.
II CAN DECIDE
II
The special session will have
the right to decide whether a
general debate on Pah
should precede the appointment
if the fact-finding committee,
U.N. Secretary General Trygve
Lie told a press conference.
The general assembly will be
ts own master, he said. It may
lecide to modify the provisional
Etgenda set by the secretarial, and
igree on a general debate. On
the other hand, it may strictly
adhere to the provisional agenda
and limit itself to the appoint-
nent of members of the fact-find-
immittee and give the latter
a free hand in regulating the
icope and the methods of its
v, ork.
The first negative reply to the
request to hold the special U.N.
session was received by Lie from
Ethiopia. It said that "the gov-
ernment of Ethiopia does not
concur in the utility of convening
a special session of the general
assembly to consider the Pales-
tine question." As of today. 36'
member states of the U.N. have
declared themselves in favor of
the session.
President Truman has nomi-
nated Warren R. Austin as Amer-
ican delegate to the special ses-
sion of the United Nations on
Palestine, and Herschel V. John-
son as alternate. Austin is the
United states representative on
the securitj council and Johnson
is his alternate.
Citizens Committee To
Investigate Candidates
The Citizens Organization foi
3ood Government in a statement
a'.led upon all interested organi-
zations in Miami Beach to sub-
mit to them the names of rag-
ed candidates or possible
candidates.
The statement of the executive
nittee follows:
"On Tuesday. April 8, 1947.
public citizens interested in the
welfare of Miami Beach, met and
formed the Citizens Organization
for Good Government. This or-
ganization is concerned with se-
curing for the City of Miami
Beach the best possible city gov-
ernment, and is prepared to exert
St efforts to elect qualified
citizens to the city council.
"In the event you are interested
in this objective, you are hereby
ed to submit to the organiza-
tion, not later than April 27, 1947.
in writing, the name or names of
any persons whom you feel are
qualified to be elected to that
office in the forthcoming election.
You need not confine your selec-
tion to avowed candidates. The
men whose names appear on the
I ottom of this letter were elected
to the executive committee. It
is the purpose of this committee
to investigate the qualifications of
each candidate by interview and
other research and report back
their recommendations to the
general body."
Listed as members of the ex-
ecutive committee are:
George Bertman, Leo Eisen-
stein, Dr. Morris Goodman, Nat
Hankoff, Walter C. Kovner, Na-
thaniel J. Klein, Sam Lachman.
Leo Robinson, Joseph M. Rose.
Philip Salmon, Carl Weinkle.
Alternates: A. Ernest Wolfe,
Jack Bui ris.
TO JOIN FORCES
NEW YORK (JTA)Members
if the Jewish Agency executive
net here this week with leaders
of major American non-Zionist
and other Jewish organizations
and discussed the possibilities of
united action at the forthcoming
session of the U.N. general as-
sembly on Palestine.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learns that all participants at the
meeting, including the represen-
tatives of the American Jewish
Committee and the Agudas Israel
oi America, agreed on the demand
that the general assembly recom-
mend an interim solution pro-
viding for the implementation of
the Palestine mandate by the
British government. They also
were inclined to agree that the
Jewish Agency should be the on-
ly body to ask for a hearing at the
assembly. If its request is grant-
ed, the Agency will consult with
the other organizations, which
include the American Jewish
Conference and the World Jewish
Congress, in preparing the text
of its presentation.
Ministerial Association
Accepts Rabbi Raab
Rabbi David Raab of Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale, was
recently unanimously elected to
membership in the Greater Ft.
Lauderdale Ministerial associa-
tion, made up of ministers of
all faiths.
Delegates to Education Seminar To
Hear Lectures By Dr. Leo Honor
Eighteen communities will at-
tend the Florida State Conference
on Jewish Education Sunday.
Sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the sessions are
being held in cooperation with the
Slate Rabbinical Association.
Dr. Leo Honor, dean of the
School of Education at Dropsie
College, will be featured speaker
at a joint mass meeting on Sun-
day evening at Miami Beach
Jewish Center, The committee
on arrangements is headed by
Heiman. president of BJE.
Dr. Honor will also address a
luncheon of Sunday school teach -
ers at the Tides hotel at 12:30
p.m. under the chairmanship of
Max Meisel.
On his arrival in Miami today,
Che educator will address local
ew teachers at 1:30 in the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. Hav-
ing been engaged in his profession
for over HO years, he has helped
train hundreds of young men and
women for teaching in Jewish
religious schools. Many of these
now hold positions of national
importance in the field of Jew-
ish education.
Educated in New York City,
Dr. Honor received his B.A. de-
gree from the City College of
New York in 1914 and his Ph.D.
lumbia University in 1926.
His Jewish studies were pursued
in the post-graduate department
f the Teachers' institute, Jewish
Theological Seminary, from
which he received a citation in
1945 for his work in the fields of
Jewish history and education.
Beginning at 10 a.m., delegates
to the conclave will tour Jewish
schools in the area. Following
the luncheon for teachers, a
meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m.,
at which time A. P. Gannes, di-
rector of Miami BJE, will pre-
sent an analysis of education
needs in Florida. Reports from
various committees will also be
heard at this session. Chairman
for the event is Mr. E. Hurwitz.
The opening session of the
Rabbinical Conference on Mon-
day morning will also be devoted
to a discussion of religious edu-
cation in public schools.


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vjc-nisti fkridUan

terdonally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Rosen-
stein of the Edgewater Beach
hotel, have chosen Sunday,
April 27, for the open house
reception at their new residence,
6825 Rue Notre Dame, Norman-
die Isle. No invitations are be-
ing sent to the cocktail party
and buffet supper from 5 until
9 p.m. Mrs. Rosenstein will be
assisted by her mother, Mrs.
Max Kazer of Chicago; her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jerome
Rosenstein, and her daughter,
Mrs. Frederick Grossberg.
A luncheon was tendered re-
cently by Mrs. Morris S. Gar-
finkel at the Gulfstream room of
the Versailles hotel. Among
the guests were Mrs. Charles
Greenfield and Mrs. Irving
Greenfield of Miami; Mrs. Jack
Dubinsky of St. Louis, Mrs. Max
Dejoung of Evansville, Ohio,
Mrs. Ida Hoffman of Philadel-
phia and Mrs. Richard Rosen-
berg of Pittsburgh.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
have left for Hot Springs, Aik.,
for a month's stay. During
their absence, their daughter,
Irma, will reside at the Black-
stone hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ettinger
left Wednesday night to return
to their home in New York .
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Les-
ser, parents of Mrs. Frank
Thompson, are guests at the
Normandie hotel.
While on spring vacation
from classes in a suburban New
York school, Janet "Cissie"
Firkser is visiting Arlyne Din-
nerstein at the Ritz Plaza hotel,
Miami Beach. Miss Firkser's;
parents, the Ben Firksers, have
returned to Manhattan after a
short Beach stay.
Young men who will be Bar
Mitzva tomorrow include Mar-
tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Chapman, and Louis, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Trek, at Miami
Beach Jewish Center, and Mar-
vin, son of Mrs. Zelda Breck-
stein at Congregation Beth
David.
Miss Muriel Hirsch was party
hostess Saturday to a group of
200 convalescents at the Pratt
General hospital. A number of
acts by local night club enter-
tainers was presented under the
direction of Miss Anyuta Meli-
cov, pianist and program direc-
tor for the Red Cross entertain-
ment committee.
Active for 35 years in civic
, and religious organizations,
Mrs. Eva Plant Larick left last
j week to make her home in New
! York City Rabbi and Mrs.
Aaron Kahan announce the
birth of a son last week.
Visitor to Miami Beach is
Mrs. Herman Stein, wife of a
Cleveland publisher. Mrs. Stein
has been active in Jewish or-
ganizations for many years,
having been one of the founders
of B'nai B'rith Women. She is
now a auest at the Tides hotel.
In Cleveland, she resides at
| Fenway Hall hotel.
BaLj PanclG
Henry Paul, son of Mr. and
j Mrs Maurice Kornick, was born
on April 22 Cecilia Ann
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Snul
Cohen Harriet Cynthia,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Israel
,Weissman Raymond, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Mandel
. Jeffery Mark, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Pearlman.
Eileen Joan, dauqhter of Mr.
land Mrs. Hyman Lerner .
Herbert Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Meyer Terry
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gross-
man Stephanie Kay, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer.
NCJW Installs Officers
Annual installation luncheon of
the Miami Section of the Nal
Council of Jewish Women will
take i the Alcazar Roof.
Wednesday, May 7. at 12:30 p.m.
Oath-taking ceremonies will be
conducted by Mrs. .Iair.es B.
president of Dade
, ,n| : n of Women's
Clubs-,
Mrs, Leo Huberman will pro-
m. Reser-
vations are being taken by Mrs.
J ph Williamson, 5-1331; Mrs.
5-6312; Mrs M
K liberg, 58-2807, and Mrs. Ben
i, 4-7736.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
WOMEN INSTALL
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
install its new officers at an an-
nual spring luncheon in the din-
ing room of the Robert Rich er
hotel, Monday, May 5, at 12:30
p.m. .
Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein. mistress
of ceremonies, will Introduce
Rabbi Colman A Zwttman, guest
speaker. R. Watson Dutton,
Will present a group of
songs. He will bo accompanied
by Miss Frances Tarboux. The
benediction will be read by Dr.
II Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Installing officer is Mrs. Harry V.
ns.
Mrs. Isaac Levin will assume
I resident. She has
been active in Miami club circles
for many years, having worked
with the Red Cross, Nautilus
Corps Grey Ladies. Parent-
nations. National
Council : Jewish W imen and
B'rith.
Other officers are Mrs. Marion
is Ri ss, first vice president; Mrs.
Elry Stone second vice president:
Henry Hirsch. corresponding
,: Ml ed Moi ris, as-
sistant sponding secretary;
Mrs. Isidoi Lach, recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Albert Hirsch. financ-
ial secretary; Mrs. Simons, treas-
and Mrs. Harry Boyell,
auditor.
Trustees i ncl ud e Mesdames
Frank Corel. Gus Feuer. Sam
Hantman, Max Meisel, Harry
Kevins, G. L. Mendelson, Nor-
man Rossman, Adolph Werth-
. Nat Williams and Henry
Wolff.
A national office in the Federa-
if Temple Sisterhoods has
been accorded Mrs. Leonard Ep-
pi esident. She will
serve on the religious extension
committee. In a special cere-
mony, at the luncheon. Mrs. Ep-
stein will be presented with a
past pi nt's pin.
Anne Pessel to Wed
Robert Hays Sunday
Marriage of Anne Pessel to
Robert Desmond Hays will take
place Sunday, April 27, with
Rabbi Colman Zwitman perform-
ing the ceremony. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Pessel. 1144 Marseilles
dr., Miami Beach.
Miss Pessel is a graduate of
Fast Washington High school,
Washington, Pa., and attended
Penn State college. Son of Mrs.
Desmond Hays, 1619 Jefferson
ave., the bridegroom was a pilot
in the Army Air Corps and served
three years overseas.
Following the wedding, a din-
ner party will be held at the
Gulfstream room of the Versailles
hotel for the bride and bride-
groom close relatives and
friends. The party will be at-
tended by some 50 invited guests.
Troth of Beach Couple
Disclosed By Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Cherry,
1355 Alton id., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Carolyn, to Mr. Henry
Rcinhard. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rcinhard, also of Miami
Beach.
The bride-elect plans a June 1
wedding. She is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school and is
now completing her junior yeajr
at the University of Miami.
A former student of New York
university, Mr. Rcinhard received
ins bachelor of arts degree from
the University of Miami in 1941.
He was a first lieutenant in the
Army quartermaster corps, hav-
ing served three years in the
Pacific.
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Beth David PTA Election
At Final Season Meeting
Recommendations of the nomi-
nating committee will be
sented for election at the season's
last meeting of the Beth David
P ent-Teachers association on
Monday, May 5 at 1:30 p.m.
The committee consists of Mrs
Harry August, chairman; Mrs
Max Feldman, Mrs. Sidney Lef-
court, Mrs. Harry Markowitz and
Mrs. Eugene Mayi i -
Newlyweds Honeymoon
At Beach Town House
Honeymooning at the Town
House. Miami Beach, are Mr, and
Mrs. Philip Weissman who were
ied Api il 19, 7:30 p m., at
David. Rabbi
Moms Mescheloff performed the

The fen: Bi iti Freiberg,
Mrs, \'. i i. is the daughti I
Mr. and Mrs. H. Cooper, of Jersey
N J, Her husband is a
en! : B ".klyn. N. Y.
ing the out-of-town g
I he i ei emony were
V :. v itz il Passaic, N. J..
of New-
. Y.
Mrs. Beck Elected to
Head Aged Home Women
Mrs. Samuel Beck has been
elected to succeed Mrs. Louis
Herzog as president of the Miami
Women's Auxiliary to the Home
for the Aged. She was named
at an election meeting held April
22.
Other officers chosen at that
time include Mrs. Edwin Karger.
first vice president; Mrs. Paul
Raff, second vice president; Mrs.
Chaiks Minowitz. third vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Celia Scheinberg.
treasurer; Mrs. Murray Shulman.
corresponding secretary; Mrs. F.
H. Covner, financial secretary;
Mrs. Samuel Geltner, recording
secretary, and Mrs. Ben Kandel,
serjeant-at-arms.
Installation Rites ty.
ByOESEmunahcHhe^
Officers of Emunah chapter in
Order of Eastern Star, \ 'J
installed at the W u *
Temple Saturday, 5^ fl
p.m. Mr. andMrs.PhniuH^1
-an will assume J'^
worthy matron and patron
Other fficcrs include
Sadye Weiss, associate 3
William Lake, associate !?*
Mrs. Mollie CoopTr ^
Mrs. Rae Frank. ?re suT^
Charlotte Schwartz, cond,^
Mrs. Ida Peretzman, 33?*
Gillman, Adah; Zl' C*
Gillman, Ruth; Mrs. Suffi!
man, Esther; Mrs. Ruth ruT"
Martha; Mrs. Dorot^
E.ecta.nandM,,Rosa,nSc;
Mrs. MaybelleRaney leads fe
list of installing officers. Sbek
past grand matron of the EJ
chapter of Florida. Assisting
will be Jenny Gore, grand dj
lain; Lillian Johnson, grand mi
shal, and Marjorie Havnes Brant
organist.
Gerry Waldman Re'veaa
Engagement to Miamianl
The betrothal of Gerry Walt
man to Ellis Marks, son of Jlr.1
and Mrs. Morris Marks. Miaaj
Beach, has been announced ml
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her-I
man Waldman, of Louisville. Kil
A former student at the L'a-j
versity of Miami, the bride-el|
is now attending the Universtjl
of Louisville. Mr. Marks at-l
tended the University of Fiona!
No date has been set for then
ding.
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n
vJmlst) nhrkffaun
The Zionist Youth Commission
now receiving applications for
Tnrtidntcs to be selected for
hi 'P at Brandeis Camp In-
tSe bcated in the Pocono
Stains at Winterdale, Pa
Applicants between the ages of
is! and 25 will be considered for
This leadership training institute,
t" four-week period, during
L months of July and August.
I Local Youth Commission is
Laying the cost of the four-
Lek scholarship, including the
Expense of transportation to the
Lrrp. The candidates are select-
L either by their manifest devo-
r0,| to the" cause or their poten-
|Ul leadership qualities.
The Brandeis Camp Institute
fcives the youth a chance to study.
Ihink and learn to act on behalf
f Zionism and creates an interest
Palestine and the Zionist
Movement.
S. A. Goodman, chairman of
fcur local Youth Commission, has
Ippointed a special Brandeis
Camp Institute committee who
till receive applications and in-
terview candidates in person.
Serving on the committee are
Harold Shapiro, chairman; Mrs.
fe. Lesowoder, Naomi Lesowoder,
Mrs. George Cohen and Mr. Abe
Ganncs.
[Deadline for applications is
April 30. Anyone interested in
applying for a scholarship may
lo so by contacting chairman of
fecal Youth Commission, S. A.
Bondman, at 927 Lincoln id., Mi-
i Beach.
When the Jewish Young
[Aduli Council of Miami Beach
holds its next meeting Wednes-
day, April 30, at 8 p.m.. in the
JBeach YM&WHA. plans for the
|May 17 swim-dance will be re-
ported upon by Mr. Seymour
[Brenner, chairman.
LEGAL NOTICE
INOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i undersigned, desiring in engage in
Irini inder the fictitious name of
| A K K (> W 1 T /. A sell A EFFER
,IMBINQ CONTRACTORS, at 2I3L-
U 26th Street, Miami, Florida.
lli-ml I" register said name with the
Vk of the Circuit Oourt of Daile
fumy, Florida.
I8ADORE MARKOWITZ
SAMUEL M SCHAEFFER
Attorney for Applicants,
ILTOS A FRIEDMAN,
ll-18-ZJ 3 i
WC Vladeck Branch 699
Purchases Talmud Torah
Workmen's Circle Vladeck
Branch 699 will dedicate its new
Labor Lyceum at 1545 S. W. Third
St., at a banquet and conceit Sun-
day evening at 6:30 p.m. Until
its recent purchase by the organi-
zation, the building was the Tal-
mud Torah of Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation.
First large function to take
place at the new headquarters.
the banquet and concert will mark
the first anniversary of the group,
which was organized by Miami
residents who belonged to Miami
Beach Workmen's Circle 692Y.
Among the events which will
take place in the new structure
are lectures, concerts and meet-
ings of both the men's club and
ladies' club. In addition, classes
in the Arbeiter Ring school will
be conducted there. These classes
are now being held at the YM&
WHA.
The branch is named for So-
cialist Leader Boris Vladeck. Of-
ficers are J. H. Siegel, chairman;
C. H. Weintraub, treasurer, and
Morris Jacobs, secretary.
The committee which worked
to purchase the ''yceum includes
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn, Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Aronoff, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Siegel, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Jacobs, Mr. and Mis. Joe
Wolff, Mr. Harry Rose and Mr.
Weintraub.
PAGE THREE
Leader Reports Success
For JNF Flower Day
JNF flower day. hold for the
first time under the supervision
of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami, result-
ed in the raising of $2,500.
Mr. Sam Prosterman, chair-
man, in expressing his gratifica-
tion with the contributions re-
ceived, said "the collection was
conducted with order and dig-
nity."
Organizations which partici-
pated include Pioneer Women.
Club No. 2, $900; Pioneer Women.
Club No. 1, $400; Mizrachi. $375:
Junior Hadassah, $125; Kadimah,
$125; Habonim. $100: Young Ju-
dea, $75; Hashomer Hatzoir, $50,
and Masada, $25.
Sue Hastings' marionettes
will perform at a camp re-
union of the Miami YM&WHA
Friday, April 25, at 4 p.m.
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Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Re-elects Mrs. Kogan
Mrs. Alexander Kofian was re-
elected president of the Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom. She
will entertain the officers and
directors at a luncheon at the
Roney Plaza on April 30.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled at the Cadillac hotel on
May 21 include Mrs. E. Allen
Becker. Mrs. Irving Marcus. Mrs.
Murray Maurer. vice presidents:
Mrs. Benjamin Seidler. recording
secretary; Mrs. Bert Whitman,
financial secretary, and Mrs. I. C.
Greenberg, treasurer.
New members of the board of
directors are Mesdames Joseph
Arkin. Abe Blatt, Edward Men-
eher, Sidney Ansin. Emanuel Bas-
kind. Irving Becker. William Fair.
Joseph Fcnias, Samuel A. Good-
man, Herbert Guttman, Maurice
Kamm, Samuel Kelemer, Harry
Kohn, David Levinson, Joseph
Mazo, David Phillips, Alex
Strauss and Jack Udell.
Members of the board whose
tl rm has not expired arc Mes-
dames Camille Baum, Morris
Berick, Harry Cornblum, Eman-
uel Goldstrich, Louis Goldman,
'ouis Krensky, Norman Maron.
Robert Nordin. Leo Robinson,
Irving Rothman. Abe Zinnamon
and Simon Wolff.
Reservations for the installation
luncheon are being taken by Mrs.
David Harris, 5-4566, and Miss
Amdur at 5-6819.
Loan Fund to Hear
Federation Executive At
Annual Election Meeting
The Jewish population of
Greater Miami is invited to at-
tend a meeting of the Baron de
Hirsch i-oan fund Tuesday eve-
ning at 8'clock at the Miami
Reach YM&WHA. Morris Klass.
director of the Miami Jewish
Federation, will talk on the "Role
of Community Loan Funds in
Jewish Community Organiza-
tions."
Directors will be elected at this
meeting and reports on the activi-
ties of the organization will be
read. A constitution and annual
budget report will be presented
for the approval of the member-
ship.
Beach AMVETS Sponsor
Boys' Sports Program
In an effort to combat juvenile
delinquency, Robert Richter Post
of AMVETS. Miami Beach, will
sponsor a sports program. The
groundwork will be laid at a
meeting Monday in the Hawaiian
room of the Glades hotel.
Junior AMVETS baseball team
will play in the Twilight league
and Sunday mornings will be out
in full strength to meet the "Vets"
themselves.
Holger F. Johansen, vice com-
mander and author of the plan,
has expressed the hope that other
veterans' organizations would
sponsor teams for young men.
interested groups are asked to
contact him at 5-3011 after 6 p.m.
Mr. Johansen's committee con-
sists of Mitch Reiner. Paul Edlo-
witz and Morris Goldberg, man-
ager of the Junior Amvets team.
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Installation Luncheon
The installation luncheon of
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will
take place at Victor's Drum Tues-
day, April 29, 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Harry Gordon will offici-
ate at the ceremony, inducting the
following officers: President,
Mrs. Max Katz; first vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Dave Silverman; sec-
ond vice president, Mrs. Nat
Strauss: recording secretary, Mrs.
Harold Rand; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Harvey Herman.
Treasurer, Mrs. Abe Seidler;
parliamentarian, Mrs. Wilton
Sachs; historian, Mrs. Marx Fein-
berg; monitor, Mrs. Sam Gold-
man; and the members of the
board of directors: Mesdames Mil-
ton Friedman, John Kronenfeld,
Sam Silver, Jerome Weinkle,
Sidney Covner, Norman Jacobs,
Frank Tobak, Sidney Aronovitz
and Milton Rubin.
Hildegarde will present two of
her dance studious star perform-
ers, Myra Jo May and Marie
Clark.
The dancers will present an
interpretation of Morton Gould's
Pavanne." Other events on the
musical program include a piano
solo by Evangeline Gania, the
singing of the duet from La Travi-
ata by Irene Patty and Fred Rie-
bel, all of the University of Mi-
ami music department.
Persons who were unable to
attend Hadassah's April Shower
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Editorial
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION
During the past two weeks our offices have received many
calls concerned with the Combined Jewish Appeal and its 134/
campaign. Now in the process of winding up its concerte
effort to reach a goal of Sl.309.741, the workers in the Milhor.
Dollar Club feel certain that the next six to eiqht weeks will
spell success in their efforts to reach the million mark, cam-
paign officials indicate that Federation offices will continue
to solicit contributions throughout the year. Needless to say,
we believe that every Jewish resident should contnbu.e.
Our callers are concerned with our local agencies that
depend all or in part for funds derived from the annual campaign.
An exchange of correspondence between our office and op-
eration appears elsewhere in this issue and reveals that a
complete analysis, survev and re-evaluation of all agenc: es
budgets will be made. Slashes in original allocations issued
on the basis of the full quota sought for the drive will be
necessary.
The budget committee, at its first post-cctmpcign meeting.
expressed itself as feeling that the anticipated shortage o
S309.741 should not come entirely from the United Jewish Appeal
allotment. The reasons for this attitude are attributed to the
fact that major emphasis in the campaign was placed > i lift
and the primary reason for qiving by the contributors was the
overseas needs of our people.
Reports from communities throughout the country indicate
splendid results in raising funds for overseas needs Quotas
elsewhere are being oversubscribed and remind us o. our pre-
vious drives. Heretofore, Greater Miami led the conn;
establishing percentage increases. The drain on mil immu-
nity this year was too great. A major two and a hcif million
dollar hospital drive added to by several lesser but substantial
capital fund efforts could not do else but affect our drive. These
drives made impossible our desire to again make a substantial
increase over previous giving.
Our local campaign was not a failure. We raised S90.000
more than last vear. We added a thousand more individual
contributors to our previous count of 5,000. Th-s surely denotes
progress.
We express our desire to see every consideration given to
the needs of the local aqencies and a desire to see their original
allocations approved. The agencies have no other source upon
which to depend for revenue to keep a full proqram in action
Without a strong local Jewish community our responsibilities to
outside needs could not be fulfilled.
Correspondence Reveals
Federation Viewpoint
The foil- *'in I letters are an
nge ,,: correspondence be,-
publisher of The Jew-
_h Floridian and Morris Klass,
, ., Greater
. Jewish Federation. he
follows a number
of inq ''' '' The J,'\v"
ish Fl.....lian office conci rning the
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal.
mxious to ascertain
: treatment local
agi ncics would rco iv< now thai
the campaign had n> I been suc-
ul in reaching its full quota
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
ftUPAY.APMttt
MUdfy Confidential
(Copyright. 1946. Seven Arte Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
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ED K SHOCHET,
Publisher.
GRATIFYING
It is extremely gratifying to learn that the Fort Lauderdale
Ministerial Association has welcomed Rabbi David Raab into
its fold.
Knowing the background of Lauderdale and its early citi
zens, it is that much more pleasing. We recall rather vividly
the big billboard at the aporoach to the city, reading "Gentiles
Only" and other signs interspersed in the vicinity brazenly
stating "No Jews Wanted," around the 1925 period.
The attitude of Lauderdale's citizenry made the way of life
none too pleasant for the few Jewish families settling th^re
Lauderdale was known as a haven for those Gentiles desirinr:
desiring to remain among themselves. During the past few
years the city has grown up. Many more Jewish families have
settled there and expended their efforts in building this thriving
community. A temple hac been built and the name of Lauder-
dale no longer carries with it its full former implication. As
elsewhere, there am sub-divisions, developments and individ-
uals still "restricted."
We say "good work" to energetic Rabbi Raab. The move
of the Ministerial Association in extending membership to
Rabbi Raab tells a big story in the progress of understandino
anw goodwill. The import is more forceful when we realize
that in our own cosmopolitan area of some 40.000 Jews, ou:
worthy Rabbinate is not welcome nor eligible for memb'
in the Greater Miami Ministerial Association.
GOOD GOVERNMENT
A word of caution to the Citizens Oraanization for Good
Government, created to assist the voters of Miami Beach in
their selection of qualified candidates for the council and thf
coming election. Any self-supported group finds itself
difficult position. Not guestioning the integrity of the group
because it is composed of honorable and upriqht citizens as a
body they must not overlook the responsibility they have under
taken.
Previous campaigns have shown citizens croups to bo moti
voted by selfish or aligned interests seekinq to elect a nar
ticular candidate. This group, to do a qood job in behalf of all
the people of Miami Beach, must be thorough in seeking ou!
endorsing and electing those men best qualified Personal
likes and dislikes and organizational affiliations must bo piaced
aside. '
With this proper start, it is our opinion that a citizens' orqqm
zation-for good government should be a per
juiit a pre-election activity.
23, 1947.
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PREDICTION:
Some Zionists have been predicting for some time that M
will bo giving moral aid to the Arabs We go on record0*"0*
dieting that at the United Nations session the United States spok**
men will double-cross the Zionists and do everything to keen ft"
Saud in good humor so as to safeguard American oil interests "
The Soviet Union will clamor for an independent Palestine, mi
support a bi-national state. ani'
PERSONALIA:
Kurt Weill, noted composer, has booked passage for Palo
to visit his parents Hank Greenberg due for a guest spot'"'
the Bing Crosby show in a couple of weeks Charlie Chanl"1
returns to California soon "to see our babies" Stella Adle '
exhibiting the paintings of Norman Raben at her home ul
the son of the immortal Sholom Alcichem What is ex-Governo
Lehman planning to do with the suite of offices he's opened in New
Ymk's Squibb building? Joseph Curtis, whose father is Colum-
bia film executive Jack Cohen, will quit the movies for an adve--
tising career ... Is Judge Samuel Leibowitz eyeing the D.A. office
in Brooklyn?
ATTENTION DEFENSE ORGANIZATIONS:
Why the strange silence on the part of Jewish defense organi-
zations about the Buckley bill (H.R. 2848) This bill demands
the outlawing of anti-Semitism and definitely says so Which
reminds us that Jewish organizations should protest en masse if
Sinatra is to be molested and embarrassed by the Thomas-Rankin
committee Frank has never stinted his support on behalf of
anti-discrimination activities and it is up to us to show now that
we have not forgotten.
POT POURRI:
Even if you don't like Walter Winchell. his April 15th column
mi the former Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is worth reading...
Seems as if the notorious Nazi collaborator is planning to return to
Palestine from his Egyptian "exile" Watch your bookstore for
Sinclair Lewis' new book. "King's Blood Royal." due about May
22 The most savage indictment of race prejudice in the U. S.
that has ever been published Orchids to Charlie Chaplin...
His quiet and dignified replies to smear-slanted questions of Hearst
"reporters" at a press conference last week won the respect of a
majority of the newsmen attending.
BEHIND THE SMOKESCREEN:
This week we journey to Argentina for a look behind the smoke-
si rein of anti-Communist hysteria Several months ago Juan
Peron discharged more than 5,000 school teachers The reason
given was that these scholars were "reds"opposed tn the Peron
dictatorship ... A high percentage of those dismissed were of
Jewish origin.
full goal can only be reflected
in a reduction of allotments to
the 52 agi n< ies that are mem-
I our 1947 campaign. The
budget committee, however, will
not set a flat reduction or a hori-
zontal cut in the budgets of all
agencies. Some member agencies
an absorb a cut better than oth-
ers and all factors must be taken
into consideration in analyzing the
responsibility of this community
in distributing the funds raised
in our 1047 campaign.
1 am very pleased to present
these facts to you and to the com-
munity at this time
Sincerely yours.
MORRIS KLASS
Executive Director.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
the
next
JCRS Members to Hear
Report On Convention
The Miami chapter of Jewish
imptive Relief Society will
Monday, 8 p.m., to hear Mrs.
Levey, president, present
reports of activities at the na-
tional convention in New York.
Mi mbers will convene Monday
at the home of Mrs. Saul H.
n, 2168 S. W 12th st. Case
chairman, Mrs. Harry Dinner-
ii in. will also report on aid to
tubercular patients at Jackson
Mi morial hospital.
Jan Bart Records Heard
On Jewish Musical Hour
Before Ins departure, Jan Bart.
night club singer, prepared sev-
pecial recordings for the
WBAY Jewish Musical Hour." a
ibed show, arranged and
managed by Jacob Schechter.
discs will be heard this
week on the program regularly
p 1 1 nted each Friday at 11 a.m.
and Sunday at 10 a.m.
Othei features of this week's
broadcast include the Begelman
e sen ting Yiddish'
and the Mngihg of
Moiahi 0
T Directors Conduct
Poll for Women Members
At a recent meeting of the
board of directors of the Miami
YM&WHA Mrs. Ben Essen was
appointed chairman of a com-
mittee for the purpose of making
1 survey among the women mem-
'>ers of the Y to ascertain whether
1 women's activities croup is de-
sirable and necessary, and what
is the best program to present to
such women. In an interview with
Mrs. Essen she stated as follows:
"The community center move-
ment todav is built around the
family. In the V there is a pro-
gram for every member of the
family. For a long time we have
,'ound the need for a program
particularly adapted for women
md for that reason we arc mak-
ng a survey among the women
members to find out what they
like and what they want. we
propose to conduct programs ">
accordance with the wishes of U*
greater percentage of these
ladies. .
"I am. therefore, appealing M
.ill women, whether they are
members of the Y ornot,t0n*
me or call me on the phone anu
tell me what type of program
they would like best."
The Miami Y is now construe
Log new quarters to house addi
tional facilities.
E. Albert Pallet. chain**
has called a meeting of '
Sholem lodge district jg
tion committee on *
April 28. at *%
lodge offices. 330 StyboUW
CANDLE LIGHTING
6:25 P. M.


IDAy, APRIL 25, 1947
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PAGE FIVE
iami Jewish Population to Reach 100,000 Next 20 Years
By ritA E. GROSSMAN
atcr Miami's Jewish popu-
I n will reach the 100,000 mark
kin the next 20 years, accord-
to a prediction made by Stan-
. rj Myers, chairman of the
L 1947 Combined Jewish Ap-
,'l campaign.
Ivers Who was recently elect-
.' B second term as national
-idenl of the Council of Jew-
s-Derations and Welfare
, beUeves that the fedcra-
movement will play an lm-
mt roie m the future devel-
jent of the Jewish commu-
un the next 10 or 15 years all
mmunity agencies must gear
L plans!" the idea of a greatly
teased Jewish population," he
I "The Federation movement
iwides an opportunity for peo-
jto plan together to meet the
ds of Hi" entire community
does not confine itself to
. needs of only one particular
L nt or organization, and this
innir.fi is essential in a rapidly
wing community."
Ifyers wasn't disturbed about
, resentment that has been ex-
Led over the local Federa-
ls control
,"I can't emphasize too much
Li Federation is the commu-
L and that as the organiza-
|on of the community lakes
there necessarily is im-
Lach Voters Defeat
[vy for Advertising
hv a vote of 166 for and 262
ijnst, Miami Beach freeholders
jesdny turned thumbs down on
\ i levy of two mills for
Ijicity and advertising pur-
L-s for the years 1947 and 1948.
[jndcr a previous legislative
the city may levy one mill
publicity and advertising,
ph an extra mill levy provided
! fit .holders approve. By the
pction, the city's newspaper
magazine advertising pro-
Im will have to operate within
] ST5.000-S80.000 budget now in
feet.
3NDON (JTA)The editor of
lolds News, a labor news-
ier, and one of its columnists.
i Driberg, a member of parlia-
ni. have received threatening
pfrom fascists following their
expose of a revival of
gst and anti-Semitic activities
Britain.
fwwpm *S* \w v+
bbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
posed a degree of self disci-
pline," he stated.
"Whenever individuals or
groups begin to cooperate with
one another, they make decisions
on the basis of what is best for
the benefit of all and in that
process there is the disadvantage
that comes with compromise and
making concessions. But the ad-
vantages of becoming part of a
common effort are far greater."
We asked what he thought about
the creation of two independent
federations for Miami and Miami
Beach.
"My personal feeling is that
it would be a tragic mistake to
separate Miami and Miami
Beach as far as future plan-
ning is concerned. One com-
munity of 100,000 Jews cer-
tainly has greater strength and
potentialities than two commu-
nities of 50.000. Everything we
do, and all plans are made in
my opinion, ought to be based
upon the importance of serving
the needs of all Jews in Dade
county," he said.
"The causeway may separate
the island from the mainland,
but there is no causeway that
separates Jewish interests and
Jewish hearts," he declared.
The conversation got around to
the numerous fund raising drives
'hat have occupied the commu-
nity lately. We wondered wheth-
er the myriad campaigns for re-
lief, maintenance and capital
needs would exhaust the leader-
ship of the community.
"The same malady exists at the
present in all communities," he
replied. "The leadership is called
upon to lend its efforts in many
drives. There are innumerable
local and capital funds campaigns
which are being carried on and
which are for causes not included
in the annual Federation cam-
paigns.
"Locally we have a special acute
situation because our community
is in an adolescent periodget-
ting its long pants, so to speak.
We're trying to accomplish in
three years what other commu-
nities have taken 25 years to
accomplish building a Jewish
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sponsored hospital, a home for the
aged and other facilities. And
the impact is felt more force-
fully. But one thing that must
be borne in mind is that in long-
range planning capital funds
drives are temporary and one-
time efforts.
"Instead of reducing interest
additional fund raising drives if
properly timed and well coordi-
nated, seem to stimulate and In-
crease interest," he continued.
Myers explained this idea by
pointing out the educational value
of fund raising efforts. In order
to sell the community on a cam-
paign, there is the necessity of
carrying on a program of educa-
tion and interpretation of the
needs which the funds to bej
raised will serve. He emphasized
that this results in a community
more alert and responsive to all
Jewish causes.
Describing the relationship of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to local
communities, Myers said that the
council assists communities in
budgeting, planning social serv-
ices and campaigns, particularly
in the field of publicity. In addi-
tion, the council represents com-
munities in their relationship with
national agencies.
In budgeting, the council pro-
vides complete information but
makes no recommendations on
what allocations should be made
by local federations to overseas
and national agencies, Myers
pointed out. This budget pro-
gram is carried on in accordance
with the council's decision in
1946 not to undertake the na-
tional budgeting program which
had been proposed. At the time,
Myers favored national budget-
ing, but the issue was defeated.
"National budgeting is now a
dead issue," Myers said. "The
member agencies decided
against it and since the council
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Almost 300 agencies represent-
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council. Only a few federations
are not affiliated, Myers said.
Some communities have several
member agencies in the council
when fund raising for local chari-
ties and overseas relief are sepa-
rated or when there is an inde-
pendent community planning or
civic protective council, Myers
explained.
"But the general trend in the
past three years has been toward
consolidation of several agencies
engaged in fund raising, commu-
nity planning and other related
activities," he stated. "That is
due to the recognition that a com-
munity can better be served
through one central organization
and the necessity for integration
of leadership and energy in one
organization."
We asked him his opinion of
the Palestine situation. Myers
cautioned that he couldn't speak
as president of the council on that
issue because the council is a
strictly non-political organization.
"But I am pro-Zionist and a
member of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America," he declared.
He condemned terrorist activity
in the Holy Land, but called for
continued support of the Zionist
claims.
"I believe that when a per-
son's position is right, he should
insist upon the righteousness of
his position with all the firm-
ness thai international law and
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the code of morality permit."
He thought that unlimited im-
migration into Palestine and oth-
er countries could be secured for
the Jews through the United
Nations and expressed the hope
that the American delegation
would "implement our President's
declaration and pursue the course
that has always been that of this
country in urging the protection
of the rights of minorities."
We asked him how he felt about
the present local campaign.
"I look to the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal with a great deal ol
enthusiasm and optimism," he
declared. "The Jews of Greater
Miami have never fallen down
on the job. Knowing of the needs,
they will come through again,
working the full year if neces-
sary."
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FRIDAY, APRIL 25,
t&ecfa4y. (4 ^AtateA Miami
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB,
Miami
Washington ave.,
Rat
medic
chil
S.
Mescheloff will speak .
at 10. Colored motion pictures of school
this Sundav to be shown at closing exercises on akin io.
school, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
children

Daily
Dr. Klein Enters Race
For Beach Council Post
Second candidate to qualify his
intention to run in the Miami
Beach city council election. June
3, ;s Dr. Maurice Klein. Beach
pharmacist.
Having come to this city in
1932, Dr. Klein was defeated in
1945* in spite of a heavy vote in
935 Euclid a*re., Miami Beach.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave., Miami eeacn. Rabbi Joseph
E' FrirM&cha service. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Maarlv^ An Onejj
Shabbat, to which women are invited, will be held at 8 p.m. Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak. Saturday l
yon, 9 a.m.
5 p.m. follow
of the Week.
Mincha. Mine
laws and customs.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
17lh ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer ,,.. ,.
Kabbalas Shabbas. 6:30 p.m. Saturd
Grauer will preach on the p .',' I
Following Mincha, Rabbi G auer v *. ,' .
Ethics of the Fathers. Shalos S'udos. Sundaj 10 a.m. uauj
services. 7 and 8 a.m. and f>:4H p.m.
CONSERVATIVE .
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. M.ami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches.
and : Wl" "::
on "Ethics of Our Fathers." based
Come." Last Friday evening L
gregation. and Mrs. Joseph Berman, pre
conducted the responses in the si vi
Mward Safer, president P T A., and Fr entmg
Hie fathers of the students, will conduct. Mr' ,M
RogowwUl be the donors ol th flora :
Rocow's grandmother. Sabbath services : 8.30 a.m.. uv
%!fiS Marvin, son "" '"'
Mitzva. Student services at 10:30 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH ,r,"TC,J tntfr 1415 Euclid ave., Mian-
Beach.
on the theme "Thi World to
.! lent lh. con-
I : 1 Sisti hood,
. M
Bai
JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave..
Rabbi Irvine, Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring: Samuel
His platform advo-
cates low cost veteran and city
employee housing', separate;
county government, elimination
king metei use in summer
nd to year-round
residents for "unduly" high tax
to which they are subjected,
round residents for "unduly" high
tes to which they are sub-
"Ta'bb^ShtbbSI^O p.m Rabbi L. n will officiate and
Pantor Ooldring will chanl th( ervice. Saturd
9am Sffil&hrmon will pn
Law Bar Mnzva of M
and Loui son of Dr an,,
service, 10 a.m. Mincha at 6:15 p.m. Shalosh S'udos, 6:36 p.i
Daily services at P m-
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday evening service. 8:15 p.m Rabbi Leon Kronish
on "Can A A G .] li n Ag, ? th.
a series ol nons on the 1 Can American J
In a Ghetto?" Tl 5 Sabbat i ited
of Greater Miami. An (>: will
Greati r Miami Junior Hadassah followin
sei vice, m 45 a m, Canto; Sa lei Kel
sical pot lions at all sei vices
Junior Hadass ih
be tei d by the
e. S bbath
will under the mu-
Rabbi Colman A.
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St.. Miami.
Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening n A. Zwit
will preach on the subject, "A Ba In Ou Day." A
congregational reception will follow the 1 and will
sored bv Mr. and Mrs, Max Weitz in honoi 1 I
of their granddaughter, Cecelia Ann. and Mrs
Saul Cohen. Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, Sisti
and refreshments committee head, will be in S I
morning sei vii es at 11 a.m.
Twice commander of American
n post 85. during the war.
he organized Hie Miami Beach
air observer service and was
named chief air raid war-
den. He was cited by Secretary
i War Stimson for the best or-
ganized dimout along the Atlantic
In addition to his civic
duties, lie is a member of B'nai
B'rith, YM&WHA, Civic league.
Knights of Pythias, Masons, and
is vice president of Beth Jacob
Con egation.
IN THE MAIL
April 22, 1947.
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
Dear Sir:
In your issue of April 19, you
prints letter by Mr. Sootin call-
ing me a mud slinger. Why?
Because I asked him and the
others who had signed with him
a nasty letter accusing the piop-
erly supervised kosher butchers
in our area if they were them-
selves kosher. Why did Mr.
Sootin not answer this question?
Instead, he accuses me of
"slinging mud." and suggests that
Rabbi Mescheloff's Vaad Ka-
kashruss" should combine with
some kind of a Greater Miami
Vaad Kakashruth.
I am not a member of the Beth
Jacob Vaad Hakashruth of which
Rabbi Mescheloff is the director.
But I know what hefkeruth there
was in our city until it was or-
ganized. I know that their prose-
cution closed down trafa butcher
shops. I have heard only praise
for the wonderful supervision
they give from every big rabbi
a!i p visits our city.
The Beth Jacob Vaad Hakash-
ruth has been supervising butcher
shops and shocfttim and slaughter
houses in Miami Beach, Miami
and Hialeah for eight years. The
whole community looks to it for
kashruth supervision.
The uncalled-for attack on thorn
in that letter is a sign that this
new "so-called" Vaad is not re-
sponsible, and has not gained
public confidence. It thinks it
can gain credit by knocking a
tried and true institution.
Sincerely,
MAX FEIT.
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Friday evening services at 'A p.m. Rabbi
the subject. "I'm Not Superstitious, But ."
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
HOLLYWOOD CENTER
Friday evening services. Rabbi Max Kaufman will condui '
8:15 p.m.. speaking on "Modern Science: An Ally of Religion."
Mr. and Mrs. Harris will be the hosts at the On bat which
iollows the service. Morning service at 10 a.m S M
Soloway will be hostess. Religious Sunday school at 1ft a.m.
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Serving with Rosenberg on ft,
library committee are Vincent r
Giblin, Kenneth L. Oka, Sheoard
Broad. E. L. L.x-khart, 2fi
Englander and Roland Granat.
Rhumba Contest Feature
At Emanon Club Affair
A rhumba contest is the feature
of the Emanon club's May dance
planned for May 3 at 9'p.m. ln
the Miami Woman's club, 1737
North Bayshore dr.
A popular orchestra will play
for dancing with a prize being
awarded for the rhumba contest
Nat Etkins, social chairman, is in
charge of arrangements.
Rabbi Max Kaufman will be
heard over Station WBAY at
2:30 p.m. Sunday. He is spirit-
ual leader of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood.
The program is sponsored
weekly by the Greater Miami
Rabbinical association.
BEACH
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FRIDAY. APRIL_25, 1947
Y REVEALS
+Jewisi) tlcridliairi
PAGE SEVEN
The Miami
YM&WHA Home
p will begin its ninth season
t.n,. 23 according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Ben Es-
.. chairman of the camp com-
"continuing for eight weeks, the
home camp for children from 4
to 12 years of age will offer a
nrogram of creative activities.
Featured will be swimming twice
wccklv Other activities will in-
clude Sabbath and holiday ser-
yiceg, arts and crafts, nature
study, folk dances, singing, band,
and similar activities under the
guidance of skilled counselors.
Fees have been set at $8.00 per
week per child if included in
family membership in the Y, and
$11.00 per week for all others.
The camp day is from 9 to 4
daily, from Monday through Fri-
day. Well balanced lunches un-
der the supervision of trained
dieticians are served and milk is
served every afternoon. Dietary
laws are observed. Dan Rosen-
thai, activities director of the Y,
Morris "Chuck" Klein, athletic
director, will act as camp direc-
tor and head counselor.
Scholarships are available un-
der special arrangements. In-
quires concerning registration
and scholarship should be direct-
ed to Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director of the Y.
Beach 'Y' Camp to Open
Fourth annual Miami Beach
YM&WHA home camp will open
on June 16. As in the past, chil-
dren between the ages of 4 and 14
will attend for a 10-week period.
Registration of applicants is
now in process for members of
the "Y" and will continue until
May 15. at which time the gen-
eral community may apply.
The camp is conducted from
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, Mon-
day through Friday. Lunch is
served and milk and cookies are
provided during the afternoon. A
transportation service is avail-
able for those who desire it.
Rates for a two-week period
are $20 for members and $28 for
non-members.
PRERO WILL HEAD B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH Congress Gets Bill To Debate Finalists Named
Stay Alien Deportation In Rose Chapter Contest
WHeHlMflTflN IIT4I. C_ n ,.. .. .1. __ ___.__.
WASHINGTON, D. CThe appointment of Rabbi Amram
Prero as national director of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
was announced here by Henry Monsky, Omaha, Neb., national
president of B nai B'rith.
At the same time, Monsky disclosed that Victor Perlmutter na-
tional administrative assistant of the Youth organization, has been
named director of administration.
The appointments culminate the reorganization of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization since October, 1945. At that time, Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tions, was appointed temporary director of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization as an additional assignment. Dr. Sachar continues as
Hillel director following the elevation of Rabbi Prero to the BBYO
directorship.
Under Sachar's guidance, the yuth organization made its most
rapid strides in B'nai B'rith history. There are 1,178 units in the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization570 Aleph Zadik Aleph chapters.
310 B'nai B'rith Girls groups, 120 B'nai B'rith Young Men units and
127 B'nai B'rith Young Women groups. Their aggregate membership
is 28,920 exclusive of alumni and those in the military service.
In conveying his desire to the B'nai B'rith Youth Commission
to step down as national director. Dr. Sachar said in part:
"The job of reorganization is now virtually complete. I am ready
now to relinquish the responsibility of national director of BBYO.
I can do this with no misgiving, not only because the work that
and have submitted my resignation to our chairman, Henry Monsky.
brought me in has been largely accomplished, but also because we
have very able young people to take over."
Rabbi Prero has been national director of Boys' Work tor the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization for the past six months. Prior to
that assignment, he-was director of the Hillel Foundation, Univer-
sity of Manitoba, Canada; director of Youth Work, Canadian Jewish
Congress: Jewish representative* at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester,
Minn., and Hillel director at the University of Florida.
Rabbi Prero was born in Palestine and came to the United States
as a child. He was educated in Chicago schools and ordained a rabbi
by the Hebrew Theological college. He later served as rabbi in Lex-
ington, Ky.
Perlmutter joined the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization as na-
tional administrative assistant here in February. 1946. During the
last war, he was USO director in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Annis-
ton, Ala. He has had 17 years experience with young people as di-
rector of organizational youth groups. Perlmutter is a graduate of
tne College of the City of New York and the New York School of
Fine and Applied Art. His paintings have been exhibited in leading
New York art galleries.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen-
ator William Langer, Republican
of North Dakota, last week intro-
duced in the Senate a bill which
would empower the Attorney
General to stay deportation pro-
ceedings on aliens who had been
in this country for five years or
longer.
An identical bill was introduced
in the House last week by Rep.
Frank Follows, Republican of
Maine, chairman of the sub-com-
mittee on immigration of the
House judiciary committee.
The bill would amend the Im-
migration act of 1917 to enable
the Attorney General either to
suspend deportation of an alien
"who has proved good moral
character for the preceding five
years" or, in lieu of deportation,
to permit the alien to "depart
from the United States to any
country of his choice at his own
expense."
The measure would also enable
the Attorney General to stay
deportation if such action would
result in "serious economic detri-
ment" to a citizen or legal resi-
dent alien such' as wife, parent,
or minor child or if the alien has
resided continuously in the U. S.
(or seven years.
According to letters received by
members of Congress from Ugo
Carusi, U. S. commissioner of im-
migration and naturalization, the
bill would enable the Department
of Justice to adjust the status of
persons who entered the country
illegally because of technical vio-
lations of the immigration code.
Upon payment of an $18 fee the
commissioner would record the
alien's admission for permanent
residence as of the date of his
last entry and the State Depart-
ment would deduct a quota num-
ber to cover his entry from the
quota of the current year.
Finalists in a debate contest
sponsored by Rose chapter of
B'nai B'rith will discuss the in-
troduction of general religious
education into the public school
system Sunday, 8 p.m., at the
National hotel auditorium.
Twins, Doris and Sybil Rosen-
baum, members-of BBG chapter
of B'nai B'rith Girls, will defend
the negative. Speaking for the
affirmative are Dorothy Fishman
and Beryl Axlrod, DBG.
Betty Ann Weintraub, chair-
man of the project, reveals that
Malvina Weiss, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman and Leo Huberman will
sit in the panel of judges.
A social hour will follow the
discussions which are open to the
public.
Beach Mizrachi Women
Open Membership Drive
Miami Beach Mizrachi women
are sponsoring a membership
drive under the leadership of
Mis. Joseph Brenner, president,
and Mrs. Louis Lustig. The goal
is to double the roster before the
season's end.
Members who register 10 re-
cruits will be awarded a gold
pendant pin. Dues of $4.00 cover
the period to September, 1948.
Food Center Joins With
Greater Miami Vaad
Greater Miami Vaad Hakash-
ruth announces that Quality
Kosher Food Center at 1961 S. W.
Eighth st., has been added to the
list of stoies under its super-
vision,
A participating agency of the
Miami Jewish Federation, the
Vaad lists among its members
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, Congregation Beth Tfilah,
Congregation Beth David, and
Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky is
director.
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
CHIROPRACTORS
5th Floor, Postal Bldg.
Mizrachi Starts Young
Women's Organization
Groundwork for a Young Wom-
en's Group of Mizrachi is being
laid by Mrs. Moses Mescheloff
and Mrs. Emanuel Karger. The
chapter will be open to young
matrons. The first meeting was
held last night at the home of
Mrs. Mescheloff.
In urging the young women to
devote their energies to the
group, Mrs. Karger pointed out
that the work of Mizrachi is
varied.
Annual banquet of the Loy-
alty Club of Emunah chapter
175, Order of Eastern Star, will
take place Sunday evening at
the Steak House on Miami
Beach. Committee of arrange-
ments includes Mrs. Elhlyn
Hippleman. Mrs. Sadie Weiss
and Mrs. Shirley Rosen.
i
August bros m
f la the BEST.'
-
Red Cross Drive Quota
Exceeded By 3 Per Cent
Campaign workers reported a
103 per cent collection in the Red
Cross campaign for Dade county
at the final report luncheon at
the McAllister hotel Wednesday.
Contributions amounting to
$310,052 were received with the
quota having been set at $301,000.
General Chairman H. H. Hyman
congratulated the solicitors for
their fine showing.
At the meeting. Mrs. Beatrice
N. Vines, campaign director, ten-
dered her resignation.
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Rabbi Meschelofi Joins
Warsaw Memorial Rally
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
share the platform with B. Z.
Goldberg and S. Almazov at the
Warsaw Ghetto Memorial services
on Sunday evening. May 4. in
Bayfront Park Auditorium. The
event marks the fourth annivers-
ary of the battle fought when
Jews, who had been herded into
che ghetto, faced their Nazi per-
sec utors.
Accepting the request to ap-
pe; -. Kabbi Mescheloff, of Beth
J b Congregation, urged the
Local Zionists Adopt
Resolution to Britain
.Ti ish community to pay homage
10 the fallen heroes.
A special memorial program
will be broadcast over Station
WKAT at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.
May 1. The show was arranged
by Ruth Brotman. who will sing
Mana-Zucca's Rachem and the
'"Partisan Song." In addition, the
Greater Miami Folk Chorus will
present several selections.
S. Almazov, director of the
National Black Book committee,
is well known to Miami audi-
ences, having lectured here when
the documentary of Nazi atroci-
ties was introduced to this city.
The book will be available at the
memorial rally.
The Greater Miami Zionist dis-
trict this week adopted a resolu-
tion protesting the executions by
the British government of four
Jews in Palestine. Copies were
forwarded to Great Britain and
the State Department.
The text of the resolution
stated:
WHEREAS. Great Britain lias
illegally assassinated four Jew-
ish heroes associated with I>>>v
Gruner in liberating the Jewish
Homeland; and
WHEREAS, these martyrs t i
Ihe cause of freedom served gal-
lantly as did the men at Bunker
Hill, and on all other battlefii Ids
for liberty, and were convicted
without due process of law: and
WHEREAS, th.' British govern-
ment has goaded the Jewish peo-
ple to what that government
hopes will In- the breaking point
in order to create chaos in Pales-
tine and therefore expand theii
oil imperialism;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RES< >LVED by the Miami Zion-
ist district that we do sorrowfully
mourn the untimely death by ex-
ecution of the innocent Dov
Gruner and his fellow-patriots,
and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the cause of a democratic
free Jewish State in Palestine
shall not be stayed because of the
tyrannical acts of the British gov-
ernment: and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that this resolution of protest
shall be directed to the British
government, the British Embassy,
the President of the United States.
Congressional representatives of
this district, and to the press.
MIAMI ZIONIST DISTRICT
BURNETT BOTH,
President.
EDWARD LEVIN.
Secretary.
Capital Spotlight
By BEATRICE HEIMAN
(Copyright. 1947, Jewnh Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
WASHINGTON.
Not in a long time has the Palestine issue received such full-
dress treatment as the forthcoming special session of the United
Nations is preparing to give it.
Warren R. Austin, American representative on the Security
Council of the U.N., will represent the United States. He will
be assisted by Herschel V. Johnson, who is Austin's alternate on
the Security Council. Austin is a former Senator from Vermont
and made a trip to Palestine in 1936 as a member of an un-
official three-man senatorial group surveying conditions there.
He co-authored a seventy-odd
Formatioa of a Men's Club
for Congregation Beth David is
in process of completion. Sid-
ney Lefcourt has been appoint-
ed as chairman of the organiz-
ing committee.
page report titled "Crisis In Pal-
estine."
Some of his conclusions, as set
down in 1936, make interesting
reading in 1947:
"Diplomatically. Great Britain
cannot afford to back the wrong
horse." he wrote. "On the issue
now raised of performance or
non-performance of the mandate.
the contenders are not limited to
the Jews of the world against the
Arabs of the world. They in-
clude the treaty nations, of which
the United States is one,
Therefore." continued Austin,
"it is rational to expect that after
peace and order are restored in
Palestine (ed.: Austin refers to
Arab anti-Jewish riots), the un-
founded ambitions of certain Jew-
ish and Aral) elements that the
mandatory could or would hand
to either of them political control
over the other, will probably be
definitely nullified." What Aus-
tin foresaw was fostering of "a
government in which all citizens
are Palestinians and in which
Jewish and Arab parity of power
is guaranteed."
The UN. consideration of the
question will bring Austin to-
gether again with Moshe Shertok,
head of the political department
of the Jewish Agency, who now
divides his time between Wash-
ington and Jerusalem. Austin
wrote in his 1936 report that "in
course of our conference with the
leaders of the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem. Mr. Shertok presented
to us an effective answer to the
Arab claims."
In preparing the artillery for
the U.N. front, the various inter-
ested parties have been actively
making plans. Shertok has been
in and out of Washington, con-
ferring with officials. In New-
York the other six members of
the Agency executive appointed
to maintain liaison with the U.N.
have been working busily.
Representatives in Washington
of the Arab states have started a
round of activity. There recently
d here the head of the Arab
offices for Jerusalem. Washing-
ton and London, Mousa Bey
Alami. He will remain in the
United States until early in May.
by which time the U.N. session
on Palestine will have been
launched. Alami has begun a
series of secret conferences with
the heads of the Arab diplomatic
missions in Washington, to plan
Arab strategy on Palestine at the
U.N. The Egyptian ambassador
played host to his colleagues at
>ne such get-together.
The Arab office is a non-official
organization, sponsored and sup-
ported by the governments of the
leven Arab statesEgypt, Iraq,
Lebanon, Saudi-Arabia, Syria.
Transjordan and Yemen. Its
chief function here seems to be
to combat Zionism.
A pattern showing the increas-
ed importance of the Near East
Hospital DrivT^H
With
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a week remainj
Plete the $500,000 buife
campaign. volume* 7* *
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week renewed their efL ^
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for ihv United States is evolving
In themselves, the various threads
do not form a fabric, but inter-
woven, they do. For example.
Iraq and the United States recent-
ly raised their respective diplo-
matic representatives in Baghdad
and Washington from minister to
ambassador the top-rank of
diplomacy. The important Mosul
"il fields in Iraq may have had
something to do with the promo-
tion.
American influence in Saudi
Arabia is growing, particularly
through development of its huge
oil resources. American engi-
neers are contracting with King
Ibn Saud to build transport and
other projects. An American
educational mission is planning
to visit Saudi Arabia to start
schools for basic instruction in
modern ways of living. The oil
companies are developing, for the
first time in Arabia's history, a
considerable group of industrial
workers, who labor in and around
the oil fields.
Returning from a trip to Saudi
Arabia and Yemen last year, a
State Department official com-
mented that with Ibn Saud's pro-
p-see! plan for modernization, the
people of the Arab peninsula
Were rushing headlong into the
thirteenth century. Blueprints
tor the move are originating in
the United States.
for the campaign'"""''" """
All workers in the countv...
expected i attend thXS
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Robert Pentland. Jr ,-, I
the hospital and S5J3
man oi the campaign J?l
* drive ., been \t^H
,h(; weather and the lackTS
unteer workers, but fS&
h;,t'h" -> *-uid i,,pS
by April 30. '
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throughout tiie campaign.
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PAGE NINE
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
V.N. SCENE:
With the Palestine issue com-
ing before the United Nations
St week, it can be revealed
Uhat Zionist loaders have no 11-
usiuns regarding British inten-
c there Nevertheless, they
* that the very fact that
thc iSSuo has been made the sub-
i t (lf a special U.N. session of-
lilrs a challenge and an oppor-
tunity Evcn if Britain means
to ignore U.N. recommendations
which she may find annoying,
thisd.M'- not free the members of
the United Nations from their re-
sponsibility to offer what ever
recommendations are warranted
by thc facts ... It stands to rea-
son that the individual govern-
ments of which the United Na-
tions is composed will not make
themselves accomplices to the
present British policy in Pales-
tine, which was declared illegal
by the Mandates Commission of
the League of Nations And it
is on this fad that Jewish Agency
leaders count most. They espe-
cially hope that the governments
composing the United Nations
will guard themselves carefully
against being drawn into an ex-
pression of approval or apprecia-
tion of the record of the British
[administration in Palestine, how-
ever vague the wording might be
... They realize that Britain will
interpret the least expression of
appreciation of her past record
las a sanction by the United Na-
tions to continue her arbitrary
[regime Actually, the Jewish
[Agency would prefer that the
[United Nations cheek into the
[Palestine regime's action in line
[with existing international agree-
ments Zionist leaders would
[also not mind if the United Na-
tions refers the question of the
[legality of the present Palestine
[regime to the International Court
[of Jus'.:,, set up by the U.N. .
IThey believe that this procedure
Iwoukl he more time-consuming
jbut equalh proper ... Of course,
before agrei ing to take any action
Ion Palestine in connection with
[the British request, it would be
highly proper for the U.N. As-
sembly to request and obtain as-
|6uran" British authorities
jthat its find inns will be observed
|by them Leaders of the Jew-
ish Agency are now most actively
porkint; among U.N. members to
Imake them see that the U.N. will
jlook ridiculous in the eyes of the
hvorld it its recommendations are
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The astronomical figure of
$300,000,000 will be raised by
American Jewish communities
this year for local, national and
overseas agencies Broken
down this, includes the $170 000-
000 goal of the United .1,
Appeal, $18,000,000 for national
and overseas agencies, and $38 -
000.000 for local services ... In
addition, many capital funds will
reach a minimum of $65,000,000
. Fund-raising is progressing
remarkably well this year
Here are just a few examples ',
In Kansas City, aiming for $1,.
550,000 as against $875,000 raised
in 1946. a number of leaders have
set the pace by doubling their
last year's contribution, and one
by tripling Milwaukee's Jew-
ish Welfare Fund, seeking a total
of $1,700,00070 per cent more
than last yearreports that "Big
Gifts" arc being increased at a
rate of 87 per cent Peoria's
two top-givers have made 100
per cent increases Last year
their gifts amounted to 20 per
cent of the campaign total; this
year it already amounts to about
33':i per cent of Peoria's goal of
$425,000 The trend toward
increased giving is evident in
every city where pre-campaign
gifts have been sought Buf-
falo reports 75 per cent; Detroit
78 per cent; St. Louis 50 to 75
per cent; Waterbury 100 per cent.
Mrs. Glasser Presides At
AJC Women's Group
For the last time1 in her official
capacity as president, Mrs. Louis
Glasser will conduct the meet ing
of the Miami Reach chapter of
the American Jewish Congress.
Women's division, on Monday,
1:30 p.m. at the Ritz-Plaza hotel,
Mrs. Glasser will leave Tues-
day for New York to attend a
special board meeting of the na-
tional administrative body of AJC
of which she is a member, to be
held April 30 and May 1 at the
Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Sam Prosterman, chair-
man of the nominating committee1.
will present the slate for elec-
tion. Officers to be installed on
May 15 at the Cadillac hotel in-
clude Mrs. Clarence Cohn, presi-
dent; Mrs. Bmanuel Baskind. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Joseph M.
Rose, Mrs. John Saifer. Mrs. Je-
rome Kimball. Mrs. Benjamin
Fold, vice presidents; Mrs. Arthur
Klein, treasurer; Mrs. Benjamin
Serrant and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe,
financial secretaries; Mrs. Morris
Rabinowitz, Mrs. Leonard Gliek-
man and Mrs. Mollie Schuman,
i ponding secretaries; Mrs.
Lester Stepner, recording secre-
tary, and Mrs. William Loeb,
audit
Beach AJC Women Hear
Review of Hindus Book
The twelfth in a series of book
reviews for the Miami I'"
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress, "Bright Pa>
by Maurice Hindus, will be
analyzed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
the Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
The book is an account of
Czechoslovakia's experiment in
reconciling Socialism and Capi-
talism. AJC book review project,
of which Mrs. Leonard Kimball
has been chairman this season, is
open to the public.
Sholem Lodge Members
Donate to Blood Bank
Four members of Sholem lodge
P.'nai B'rith will make the first
"mission of mercy" when they
visit the Dade County Blood
Bank Sunday at 10 a.m. as a part
of the lodge's blood bank cam-
paign.
Those who will donate are Her-
bert Hurewitz. Michael M. Isen-
berg, Marx Feinberg and C. R.
Jacobson. A series of trips has
been arranged by Charles Bres-
low, project chairman. The drive
is part of Hie B'nai B'rith nation-
al community serv am.
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Local Chapter Of Free
Palestine League Calls
First Meeting At 'Y'
Initial meeting of the Greater
Miami chapter, American League
for a Free Palestine, will be held
at the Miami Beach YM&WHA
May 1 at 8 p.m. Jack Bell, Miami
Herald columnist and world war
correspondent, will be guest
speaker.
Organized three years "ago, the
league is a non-sectarian group
which counts Senators and Rep-
resentatives among its 140,000
members. National president is
Senator Guy Gillette.
At a recent election, Prof. Mark
Waldman was named chairman of
the local chapter. Other officers,
serving temporarily pending re-
ceipt of a charter, include Max J.
Finkelstein, vice chairman; Dr.
Edmund S. Keating, treasurer;
Mrs. Anna Marcus, financial sec-
retary: Mrs. Ada Greenfield, re-
cording secretary, and Seymour
Zuckcr, corresponding secretary.
Movies at Gables Center
At the next meeting of the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, May
8 at 8:15 p.m., two movies will be
shown. They are March of
Time's picture on Palestine and
"The House I Live In" with Frank
Sinatra.
Future plans of the Center in-
clude a picnic for the Sunday
school and Center at Mattheson
Hammock on May 18.
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that 18 colleges in New York
state request photographs of ap-
plicants for admission in order
to facilitate discrimination against
Negroes, Jews and other minor-
ity groups, Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
president of the American Jewish
Congress, wrote to Chancellor S.
P. Capen, president of the Asso-
ciation of Colleges and Univer-
sities of the State of New York,
suggesting that the members of
the association cease to request
photographs from prospective
students.
The colleges which request
photographs from applicants are:
Adelphi, Alfred, Barnard, Brook-
lyn Polytechnic, Clarkson, Col-
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PAGE TEN
vjentel' lfhrSdicaiT_
JEWISH DPS GET
WASHINGTON (JTA). Fig-
ures on the number of U. S. visas
issued to displaced Jews in the
American zones in Europe were
made public here by the state
department in answer to a query
whether "special priority is given
to members of the Jewish faith"
in granting visas to DP's. The
total number of Jewish refugees
to receive visas during the last
11 months was under 10.000.
The question was addressed to
the state department by Con-
gressman Edward T. Miller. Re-
publican of Maryland, who also
wanted to know whether chil-
dren wen- receiving priority and
how many refugees might seek
entry to the United States this
year. Both the letter from Rep.
Miller and the state department's
nply are published in the Con-
gressional Record.
Pointing out that the existing
immigration statutes pertaining
to the allocation of quotas and
the "public charges provisions"
were being complied with by
U. S. consular officials who issue
the visas, the state department
made it clear thai priority is
given to orphaned children.
With regard to the number of
which were issued to dis-
placed Jews, the state depart-
ment declared that Jewish or-
ganizations have been much more
more active in issuing "corporate
affidavits" guaranteeing the sup-
port of the once they
reach the Unite State than the
"non-Jewish
" Anothei reason was thai
ter number of persons
a pp 1 y i n g under thi I li
quota were Jewish "pe
and th I ruled oul
many pel son- ol 11 ethnic
origin I ecause I their "status
under the Nazi regimi
According to consul;
here I ave be, n a total of 14.474
visas March
1946, to January ol this year. <>f
9, 27 wen Ji ish, 2,173
Catholic. 1,969 Pi and
705 ot other or no faith,
t. e tati department revealed.
Obituaries
JACOBS
Services foi Hyman Jnfobn, <*.
i i is Collins ave., were conducted
Rabbi I.....n Kronlnh laid T.....wln>
the Riverside Memorial chapel.
came here nix n......ha ago '
ton, here two bi oth
rs<

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FEIG
Felg, <'. nn alt,
,n Funeral home, 7W >
, dieil ,,r a heai l ittiick 1
\ (,,i mei renlili nl ol HI
I,- lei
i.r ih<
Mi.on
Moi i la
the .....!
12th ave
Friday.
Clemens, Mich., he came h<
% ears go, He was a mi
Beth IHivM Synagogue ami
Jewish Orthodox foi
riving i- il daughter, Mrs M
Kahili.," ill Sen Ices, comlui '
Rnbltis Max Shapiro ai
,1 | l-i '.i II
in the Cordon chniiel
Mi. Nebo cemi li
with li
RICH
Mm. Morrin Rich, Mrs Herman H i
l,la Hutiler, i.<>tli of Mian
day nlmhi In Atlanta Sh,
. n .,f one
Ulani arge ti. |>a linenl
UJA Dinner Will Honor
Tobacco Company Head
Herbert A Kent, who Ibis year
celebrates his as presi-
dent if P Lorillard Co., makers
of Old Gold cigarettes, will be
the guesl of honor at the annual
dinner 0i the United Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater New York, to-
bacco and allied trades division.
t0 be held at the Hotel Astor,
Wednesday evening, May
The dinner will be the high
poinl of the annual UJA drive in
the tobacco industry. A goal oi
$550,000 double the 1946 objec-
tivehas been set for the UJA
1 M
PULASKI
Mrs llertha I'll askl. 31,
l.,'M>t\ ,,re., Ml in,i I:' ii ;
day. Hn> Inn i imii
Ivn, she Is sill \ l> ,1 b> hei huslinnil,
Samuel.....tl a daugl Thi
III ItiVel
side Meinoi In I inpel
CAVA
An eighl
,1 120 Kiglltl
died last wei ''
. thi II
Mem, liapi with II ibl
.inc. Inti
\. cemeti Ills
wife. In--. Mi fnvn leaves K li
VI
Mil.!., in II
SI,In, i:
hnmbi i
. .-lit I % nl his
iiicrchanl <
and w;is :, I
111',. Klks The ImhIj
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JACOBS
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Officers and members of the
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rilh women will be installed
at the Cadillac hotel on May 20.
A limited number of reserva-
tions for the affair are avail-
able from Mrs. David Harris at
5 4566 or Mrs. Marvin Rosen-
berg at 5-1125 before noon.
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HERBERT A KENT
field with
! .1 R, 11; : .; and Ben-
jamin Siegel sei v in| as co-i
men of the d \ i vi toi
1947.
Although .i non-J Ki nt
has long bi : Inited
Jewish Appeal city
This year it cided bj lead-
: n to
make him guesl ol honor at the
; dinner ti timonial to
the effoi ts he has devoted to mak-
ing the drive a succi in past
years.
mgh this y<
doubli 1946, leaders in thi
field are confident that the
...... figure will be reached in the
tobacco field before the
comes to a climax at the dinner
in the Hotel A I
Quiet .ind : esi ved by nature,
Mr. Kent has shunned the lime-
light i,minim I il
behalf JA D ive leaders
lions 1
however, by designating
guest the annual
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The unveiling of a monument
to tin' memory at the late Ben
Bunny of 423 Washington ave..
Miami Beach, will take place Sun-
day, 2 pin., at Mt. Sinai ceme-
tery. Arrangement are in charge
, f Sidney H, Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument Co.
GLICKMAN
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Her-
man Glickman of 241 N. W. Third
i will lake place Sunday, 1:30
p.m., at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Ar-
., mints arc in charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co.
J. N. HERSHKOWITZ SOUGHT
Information is being sought of
the whereabouts of Joseph Nath-
an Hershkowitz alias Hirsch on
behalf of his wife and two minor
daughters. Mr. Hershkowitz last
separated from his family in
her. 1945. leaving thorn
totally without means. As the
family was left destitute, Mrs.
Hershkowitz was obliged to apply
for public assistance, which she
and l lie children are currently
reiving. Joseph Nathan Hersh-
kowitz was born in Brooklyn on
Aug. 2(i. 1914. is I ft. 4 in. tall,
weighs 135 pounds, has dark
brown hair, light brown eyes, has
worked as a clerk and counter-
man. He is reported to be in
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B'nai B'rith GfrlTsk^
Wins Dramatics Tropb
B'nai B'rith Girls. Chap^J
of Miami Beach, r,,^,^
George Bertman Drama, 2
for a skit presented at thc 2
YM&WHA. The award is^
yearly for the best akit J
by an organization which J
at the "Y." lch **
Those who participated -l
Shirley Neilmger, MSTaa
Gloria Sail. Rachel Habib *
Chariene Smith. The narrat
was Barbara Gould and Gte
Farkas. the club's president 5
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Junior Hadassah Present!
Playlet By BJE Director
"Operation Land." a plavlet h
A. P. Oannes, director of thefti.
reau of Jewish Education wa
performed at father daughter
meeting of the Greater Miami
Junior Hadassah at Temple Beth
Sholom last Thursday.
The production concerned itself
with the formation of settlement!
in Palestine, dramatizing the Jet.
ish National Fund's acquiring ot
land in Palestine, with speed
emphasis on the building of the
early settlement in Negev.
The entire show was arranged
by Florence Stein and Eileen
Cowen. program chairmen. Ala
Van Straaten, representing the'
fathers, was guest speaker.
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RIDAY, APRIL 25, 1947
L^chi Women Gather
Nothing for Orphans
Under the auspices of the Mi-
Beach Women's chapter of
Izrach'. Mis. Ethel Shaffron
give a Party for the benefit
[Europe's orphans at Raphaels
|U,]. 14b" Washington ave., Mon-
ly at 8 P">
Efembers will bring food and
Vhine for shipment abroad.
fs J. Brenner, president, has
ked that the clothing be new
almost new and that it be in
L,s suitable for children 8 to 15
lars of ace.
each BPW Election To
ake Place Monday
dominating committee of the
Iaml Beach Business and Pro-
bional women of Hadassah will
esent its recommendations at
i election Monday at 7 p.m. at
Xtsy Ross hotel.
[Appointed recently to prepare
slate for the ensuing year, the
Lup includes Lillian Goodman,
[airman; Polly Gershon, Dor-
Jiy Lightman, Sylvia Abrams
Id Sadie Alexander.
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William S. I'al.-y, Chairman of llir
Board of the Columbia BrusdrsMinn
System,has hern named Chairman of the
Advisory (n in.il f lli. 1170,000,000
United Jewish Appeal for Refugee*.
Overseas Needs and Palestine, it was
announced thi> week liy Henry Mc.r-
itenthau, Jr., Ceneral Chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal. In a statement
arreptinc the Advisory Council Chair-
inanship, Mr. i'aley hailed the United
Jewish Appeal as "a cause of major
world significance" and added that he
had accepteil the position of leadership
in the $170,000,000 drive for the relief,
rehabilitation and resettlement of
Europe's Jewish survivors "out of a
firm conviction that every American
should share in binding the wounds of
war and healing the scars of rruel and
widespread oppression in Europe."
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Spring models now rolling off
the Mercury assembly lines at the
rate of 500 a day embody several
Changes including a new chrome
grille frame whieh adds to the
massive appearance of the car,
according to T. W. Skinner. Lin-
coln-Mercury general manager.
"We have made these running
changes in line with our previ-
ously announced policy of pro-
viding our customers with me-
chanical and styling improve-
ments without interfering with
production," Mr. Skinner said.
"These new Mercurys soon will
be shown by our dealers through-
out the country."
Changes in the Mercury include
11 new exterior colors ranging
from brilliant metallic pastels to
a lustrous black. The car's ex-
terior appearance also has been
improved by the addition of a
new hood side nameplate, new
hub caps, new extended name-
plate on the rear deck, and a
change of the background color
of the radiator grille nameplate.
Another feature of the new
Mercurys is the re-styling of the
interior trim whieh includes the
addition of bolster material to the
upper section of the seat backs to
provide contrast. New door trim
panel designs have been added
with harmonizing cloth and heav-
ier, more attractive artificial
leather combinations.
There are new dials on the in-
strument panels and the steering
wheels and instrument panels are
both finished in new colors.
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hint
Hi., undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "i
BON TON SUNDRIES, .it 1096 S W
27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend
t.. reglater said icon., with the clerk
of tii.' Circuit fc.mt Dade Cbuny,
I-'l'.i Ida.
WALLACE KIRK
CLAIRE KIRK
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MVERH, HEIMAN .V- KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petitioners,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desli Ing i" engage li
business Mini..:' the fictitious name of
SMILEY'S BAR, .' H" North Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
i. ::!.. -id name with the Clerk "f
the t'iiciiit Court "f Dade County,
Florida,
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Installation Rites Set
By Denver Home Chapter
Newly elected officers of the
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver will be installed
at a "luncheon Tuesday, May 6,
at 2:30 p.m. in the dining room
of the Shelborne hotel. The cere-
monies will be directed by Mrs.
Myron M. Newman.
Tickets or reservations may be
obtained from Mrs. Irving R.
Becker, chairman of the event,
or Mrs. Albert Dubler, in charge
<>l reservations.
PAGE ELEVEN
i
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business
humnrra under the fictitious name of
Ql RUNS APARTMENTS \- HOTEL
ROOMS, al 1751 Washing).....Ivenue,
Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk ..r the Clrcuil
t.ourl of Dade County, Florida.
MM.IAN OIMPEL
VIVIAN OIMPEL
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
t 18 28 5. 2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat
tne undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the n. tltlous name of
PAULS DRESS SHOP, al 233-85 N
Miami Avenue, Miami, Florfcfla, In-
tends to register Bald name with the
Clerk "f ihe Clrcuil Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL B. GRDEN
l 18-23 5 '2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i a under the fictitious name of
I AND l> GROdERTERIAS, at 37S
v w. Fifth St., Miami, Fla., In-
tends t" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''.....ity, Florida.
IRVING s WEINSTEIN
D.WII' V. WEINSTEIN
BIMONHOFF & BIMONHOPP,
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/18-2.1 .", 2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PIERCE HOTEL, at 169 Nr. E. 6th
Street, Miami. Florida. Intends to reg-
later said name with tho Clerk of the
Circuit Cntirt of Dade County, Florida.
ABRAHAM RETSKJN,
Sole Owner.
AMns BENJAMIN,
Attorney for Abraham Rctskln.
1/4-11-18-25 5/J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN ROAD WATCH HOSPITAL
7 Lincoln Road, Miami Peach.
Ma.. Intends to register said nan,.
with tho Clerk of the Clreuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
GEORGE If. MARKOWITZ
WASMAN SILVER,
I I
Attorneys for Applicant.
11-T8-2G 5/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s under the rictltious name of
HART'S SERVICE STATION, at 4601
V. W. 32nd Ave., Miami. Fla., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Flo, i,la.
u.fred DIMBN,
OSCAR G. HALET,
Partners.
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Aim,li.-ants.
I '11-18-25 5 2-0
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
-Til AVENUE MARKET, at 201 (J. W.
Eighth Avenue, Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
SIMON JOSEPH Schwartz
and SAUL S. ROME.
HAROLD SHAPIRO.
Attomev for Applicants.
I 1-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SMII.KYS COFFEE SHOPPE, at 1060
V. E First Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name wlt-h the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
M'.R.MI \M OALINSKY
RROrcilA c,.\I.INS"KY
WALTER c KOVNER,
Attorney for Applicants.
| |-1 1-Is-:-. -. I
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REROS FOOD CK.VTF.R. at 29f>4 Bis
>ayne Blvd., Miami. Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Dade County.
Florida.
ALBBRT HARON
THOMAS SEROPULOS.
Partners
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants,
I 4-11-18-25 5, I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
FLORIDA HOTEL SUPPLY CO.. at
187-139 West FTagler street, Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dado County, Florida.
II. J. EHRENS.
Solo Owner.
1 28 1/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious name of
i:,-,i:i:s mens wear, at in N. E.
79th Street. Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the cinnlt Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Ri >BERT M. GOLDMAN
r rni:i. G< iLDMAN
MM.TON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
4'4-11-18-25 5'2
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NO, 16278
RE: Estate or ANNA KAPPAPORT,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
rued my final report and petition for
Final Discharge as Administrator of
tho estate of ANNA RAPPAPORT,
deceased; and that on the 5th day of
May, 1947, will apply to the Honorable
W. F. Hlanton. County Judge oi Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
final report and for final discharge as
ii'!'!'. ".-"."''1,"r "' th0 estate of ANNA
RAI PA PORT, deceased.
This 2nd day of April. 1947.
._ >*AX HAPPAPORT,
MAX R. SILVER.
^'""'"'v. for Administrator.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR ,,,.,.; rorxTy'
FI/">rii>a. in CHANCERY
Nor. 108.170
EUOBNB HATES MILLER,
w rialntiff,
EVELYN MILLER
Defendant.
I'1 EVELYN MILLER
2R0ii West Avenue :i2
Los Angeles, Ciilifrn|a.
you ARE HERESY REQUIRED
to file an Appearance In the above
Ixoree motion ,,,. ,,pf,.c M ,
1947, Otherwise a Decree Pro Confes-
sion will be entered against you In
M,f"Fl'c.ri''|'aC "'" '''WS f the StU,e
| Oated this 10th day of April, A. D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By wm. \v. BTl K3KINO,
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
818 Seybold Lending,
Miami. Florida.
i 11-18-25 :./2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE Cor.vrY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 108372
RI SE LIPINSKY,
rialntiff,
Vs.
SAMUEL LIPINSKY,
Defendant.
TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKY,
care of Palace Jewelry Co..
VIS Fifth Avenue,
San Diego, California.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an Appearance In the ab, ve
divorce motion on or before Mav .1),
"'17. otherwise a Decree Pro Confes-
sion will be entered against you In
iccordance with the laws of the State
f Florida
l> ted this 10th day of April, A. D.
IM7.
F H. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCK INC.
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Sis Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
4/11-1S-2." 5/J
IN IIIE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND F FLORIDA. IN PRORATE.
No. 19001
In re: Estate of WILLIE GADSON,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
notified asd required to present any
claims .and denial,ds which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Willie C.adson, deceased, late
Df Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Itlanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse In Dado
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication here of. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
tho claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, nr same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date: April 8th, AD. 1947.
M VRIE TAYLOR,
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Willie Gadson, deceased.
SILVER, KAPLAN,
DIETZ & LASKY,
Attorney for Administratrix.
1/11-18-26 5/2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE.
No. 19051
In Re: Estate of BEULAH IRWIN,
llao known as BEULAH L. IRWIN,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Reulah Irwln, also known
as Reulah L. Irwln. deceased, late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. Seo Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date: April 8th, A.D. 1947.
LINTON D. IRWIN.
As Administrator of the Estate
f Beirlah Trwln. also known as
I'eiilah L. Irwln, deceased.
SILVER. KAPLAN,
DIETZ & LASKY,
Attorneys for Administrator.
4/11 18-25 5/2


PAGE TWELVE
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Blood Bank Reserves
Fall Short In April
Use of 406 more units of blood
or blood components than were
received from donors during the
fiscal month ended April 10 has
greatly decreased the reserve at
the Blood Bank of Dade County,
Miss Betty Franck, secretary, said
today.
Against blood supplied for 1.271
transfusions during the period,
she added, 865 donations were
made, 202 of them by members of
organizations and 663 by indi-
viduals. Blood for transfusions,
said Miss Franck, was supplied to
389 charity patients, 772 private
patients and 110 servicemen at
Pratt General and Nautilus Hos-
pitals.
Dr. John Elliott, technical di-
rector of the blood bank, appealed
to residents of all sections to do-
nate blood to help build up the
reserve and avoid disaster in case
of an epidemic that would re-
quire appreciable supplies. Those
desiring to make blood donations
can do so at the blood bank. 1750
N. W. Tenth ave., adjacent to
Jackson Memorial hospital. A
thorough physical examination is
made of each prospective donor.
There is no charge for this ser-
vice and if disease is discovered,
the patient is advised to consult a
physician.
Greek Aid Is Subject
Of B'nai B'rith Forum
B'nai B'rith Sholein lodge
forum on public affairs Tuesday,
April 29, will be held at 8 p.m.
at Temple Israel Kaplan hall, in-
stead of Beth David as previously
announced. Speakers Rev. Joseph
Barth of the Unitarian church
and Leslie B. Bain, authority on
International affairs, will lead the
symposium on U. S. Aid to
Greece.
Five-minute talks will he given
by Robert Levin and Leo Sheiner,
members of the lodge's committee
on public affairs. This discussion
marks the first in a monthly
series sponsored by the public af-
fairs group, under the chairman-
ship of John Kronenfeld.
Admission is free and the pub-
lic is invited.
Dr. Pearson Speaks At
Sholem Lodge Luncheon
Dr. I. T. Pearson will address
guests at the B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge luncheon today at 12:15
p.m. in the Downtown club. He
will discuss instruction systems
in Dade county bureau of educa-
tion.
Dr. Pearson is director of in-
struction for Dade county schools.
William Pallot is chairman of the
luncheon committee.
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Sakowitz Named to Head
Tau Epsilon Phi Alumni
Alumni of Tau Epsilon Phi
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coming year. The election look
place last Thursday at the Ral-
eigh hotel.
Mr. Sakowitz will be assisted
by Jack Mintzer. vice president;
Dr. Arthur Rose, secretary; Fail
Rubin, treasurer, and Dr. Elton
Rosenblatt, historian.
Members of the executive coun-
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Arthur Shandloff. Stewart Neu-
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