The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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~nom&*#- THE JEWISH UNI 777
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THE JEWISH WE EKLY
FJglcPjuMBER 18
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1947
!ach "Y" Dedication
Community Center
PRICE: TEN CENTS
kcial to The Jewish Floridian) -
than 2,n00 persons are
[Ved to flock to 15th ter. and
rd \iiami Beach, Sunday
the YM & WHA dedicate
(association's new $775,000
Lnity center.
Hication ceremonies will get
way at 2 p.m. with invoca-
\s Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
fiami Beach Jewish Center.
dedication, to be broadcast
IflNZ. will be featured by
addresses by prominent
Ints of Greater Miami. No
I will be solicited during the
boon,
lediction will be by Rabbi
Kronish of Temple Beth
Im and Rabbi Moses Mes-
lf of Beth Jacob Congrega-
k'ill offer greetings on be-
\i the Rabbinical Association
Jeater Miami.
Rt. Rev. Monsignor Wil-
(jarry of St. Patrick's church
pring the greetings of his
The Rev. C. Roy Angell,
lent of the Greater Miami
krial Association, has also
(invited to participate.
rogram of recreation follow-
ke dedication has been ar-
by Committee Chairman
Bertman. Highlight of
Jcreational program will be
games between fathers
)ns and mothers and daugh-
Weinkle, president of the
111 turn the first piece of
parking the beginning of
uction work, Short talks
[Continued on page 4)
mm GHETTO
SERVICE SUNDAY
A program has been completed
for the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial
Service to take place Sunday at
8 p. m. in Bayfront Park audito-
rium. Featured speakers are Rev.
Joseph Barth, pastor of the Mi-
ami Unitarian church, B. Z. Gold-
berg, columnist of The Day, and
S. Almazov, national director of
the Black Book committee.
The Black Book, a documen-
tary of Nazi atrocities used at
the Nuremberg trials, will be
available at the service. The pub-
lication was prepared by a com-
mittee appointed by the World
Jewish Congress, Jewish Anti-
Fascist Committee of USSR,
Vaad Leumi of Palestine and the
American Committee of Jewish
Writers, Artists and Scientists.
Cantor Louis D. Feder, congre-
gation Beth Jacob, will present
musical selections and Miss Ruth
Brotman, soprano, will sing
"Rachem." Also appearing will
be the Jewish Folk Chorus, un-
der the direction of Louis Powe-
sky.
The event, sponsored by the
Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Com-
mittee, will honor the Jews who
fought a 42-day battle to their
death during April and May.
1943, exemplifying the spirit of
the battle for Jewish survival.
Parade, Mass Rally Climax Local
Action For Palestine Week Activities
ach Church Bought
Hebrew Academy
er Miami Hebrew Acad-
nnounces the purchase of
Methodist church, Jef-
lave. and Sixth St., Miami
| to house its activities. A
deposit on the $45,000 cost
en made and possession
' are expected in 30 days.
000 alteration program is
A series of activities
held to raise funds to
(mate the purchase.
property is 100 by 140 feet
with a building surround-
spacious vacant grounds,
[classrooms are in the
Fe which also contains an
Pum having a seating ca-
V 300. There is a kitchen
will be utilized to serve
B's to students.
The present organization is the
aftermath of three years of effort
on the part of local residents and
visitors to establish a Yeshiva.
Present executive director.
Rabbi Norman N. Eller, reveals
that there are at present 24 chil-
dren enrolled in the kindergarten
and first grade classes. Addi-
tional grades will be added next
year.
Offering both standard Eng-
lish and Hebrew instruction, the
academy is approved by the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion.
Officers in the organization are:
Dr. David S. Andron, president;
A. M. Bear, Joseph Rosenzweig
and Ira Rosenzweig, vice presi-
(Continued on page 4)
Timed to coincide with the*
consideration of the Palestine'
mandate by the United Nations.
Palestine Action Week has been
designated for the week of May 4,
it was announced yesterday by
Harry Simonhoff and Jack Burris.
co-chairmen of the Zionist
Emergency Council of Greater
Miami, sponsoring organization.
Purpose of Palestine Action
Week, which is part of a nation-
wide demonstration, is to focus
the attention of the American
public on the Palestine question
and to rally support for the Zion-
ist aims to open the gates of the
Holy Land to the thousands of
Jewish displaced persons now
lingering behind barbed wire en-
campments in Europe and for the
fulfillment of international
pledges to the Jewish people.
Climax of Palestine Week
locally will be a parade and
outdoor rally on Thursday eve-
ning. May 8. The parade will
commence at Lincoln Road and
Washington Avenue at 6:45
p. m. and will terminate at
Flamingo Park. The line of
march will be down Washing-
Ion avenue to 11th Street and
west on 11th Street to Fla-
mingo Park,
More than 3.000 persons, repre-
senting 32 organizations, will pai -
ticipate in the parade, Grand
marshall will be Burnett Roth.
The reviewing stand will be lo-
cated at City Hall. Miami Beach.
Officials of the Zionist Emergency
Council of Greater Miami and
representatives of Miami Beach
and Miami will be in the review-
ing stands.
The outdoor rally will com-
mence at 8 p.m. Arrangements
are being made for a speaker of
national prominence. Featuring
the meeting will be the presenta-
tion of a resolution calling upon
the Congress of the United States
to stand by its previous commit-
ments with respect to the Bal-
four declaration and the mandate.
Participating in the parade will
be the following organizations:
American Jewish Congress,
Women's Division. Miami Beach;
American Jewish Congress, Wom-
en's Division. Miami; Bnai B'rith.
Sholem lodge. Miami; B'nai B'rith.
Miami Beach; Beth David Con-
gregation. Miami; Beth Jacob
Congregation. Miami Beach: Beth
Sholom Temple. Miami Beach; j
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Coral Gables Jewish Center,
Hadassah. Miami Beach chapter:
Hadassah, Miami chapter: Jewish
National Workers Alliance. Jew-
Tomple Israel Silver
Dinner
Celebrating the 25th year of its
ish Social Service Bureau, Jew-
ish War Veterans, Brown Post
174; Jewish War Veterans, Mi-
ami Beach Post 85; Jewish War
Veterans, Miami Beach Post 330;
Habonim. Hashomir Hazair, Ju-
nior Hadassah, Masada, Young
Judea, Beth Tfilah Chassidic
Congregation, Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, Misrachi Men's and
Women's division, Pioneer Wom-
en, Kadimah chapter; Pioneer
Women, Miami chapter; Pioneer
Women, Miami Beach chapter;
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, YM. & Y.W.H.A of Mi-
ami; YM. & W.H.A. of Miami
Beach: Miami Zionist District and
Miami Beach Zionist District.
The Miami and Miami Beach
posts of the Jewish War Veterans
will lead the procession with its
color squad. There will be a
number of floats dramatically
portraying the plight of Jewish
displaced persons and contrasting
scenes of Jews living happily in
their ancient homeland.
In a joint statement calling
upon the Jewish community to
participate fully in Palestine Ac-
(Conthiued on Page 4)
FIGURE
REACHED BY CJA
The current campaign of the
1947 Combined Jewish Appeal of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has reached $900,000, it
was announced yesterday by
Stanley C. Myers, campaign chair-
man, who stated that the re-
cently formed Million Dollar Club
will continue covering cards un-
til the million dollar figure is
reached.
"Results today show that we
have received over 6,000 pledges
for just over $900,000, which is
approximately $90,000 over last
year's total amount raised," said
Mr. Myers. "I am confident that
the activities of our Million Dol-
lar Club members will enable us
to reach the million dollar mark
within the next six or eight
(Continued on Page 4)
founding. Temple Israel will hold
a silver jubilee dinner Sunday-
evening at the Columbus hotel.
Tribute will be paid to the late
Dr. Salo Stein, first rabbi, and
to his successors. Also honored
will be Harry V. Simons, first
president, and other officers who
served the synagogue through the
past quarter of a century.
Drawing the subjects of their
addresses from the history of the
Temple, the speakers will trace
its activities from its small start
to the present congregation of
almost 600.
"The Message of the Day" is
the topic which will be discussed
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
spiritual leader. Rabbi Zwitman
only recently returned to the pul-
pit after three years as a captain
in the Army where he distin-
guished himself as a chaplain.
Mr. Simons' subject is "In the
Beginning." Dr. J. H. Kaplan,
rabbi emeritus, will present a
synopsis of happenings "Through
the Years." And Herbert U.
Feibelman, past president, will
sum up with "The Story of Tem-
ple Israel of Miami." Welcoming
address will be made by Harold
B. Spaet, present president.
Entertainment for the evening
includes a playlet, "Temple Israel
Board Meeting, 1972." presented
by the Harry Boyell players, and
a musical rendition by Rosemarie
Gerson Kaplan, accompanied by
Francis Tarboux.
The invocation will be read by
Rabbi Max Kaufman, Hollywood
Jewish Community Center, and
the benediction by Rabbi David
Raab, Temple Emanu-El. Fort
Lauderdale.
A souvenir brochure depicting
the Temple achievements has
been prepared and edited under
the direction of the program com-
mittee which consists of Herbert
U. Feibelman. Jules Perlman, Max
Holtzberg and Herman A. Binder.
Other committees were: Enter-
tainment. Harry Boyell, Reba
Englcr Epstein and Nat Roth;
tickets and seating. Henry E.
Wolff. Arthur S. Kahn, Donald
LaVigne and Leo Ackerman. Be-
sides the above, the committee on
arrangements included Jerry
Cohen, Louis Gillman, Jules
Pearlman and Adolph Werth-
eimer.
P States Drop Demand For Immediate U N Assembly Debate On Palestine Issue
FHING, N. Y.-The Arab
Wednesday night dropped
|mand that the United Na-
Ie.neral assembly debate
t"e independence for Pal-
tnis time.
Pasha of Egypt dra-
ft- wPpcd the Arab de-
fltch had been submitted
*lys H-nation steer-
wee, hut reserved the
""fi up the matter later
lv'ng further instruc-
N his
Rovernment.
lmpr"1aju'' victory for an
en fau bloc which ^s
.en"ugh strength to de-
Arab
Proposal if it went
to a vote. Hassan, however, said
he would not insist on a vote "as
a conciliatory gesture."
The U.S.-Soviet cleavage on
international affairs was reflect-
ed at the general committee of
the United Nations when the
American delegate opposed and
the Russian representative en-
dorsed the Arab request for ad-
dition to the general assembly
agenda of a special item calling
for the termination of the man-
date and the proclamation of Pair
estine's independence.
Herschel Johnson, the delegate
of the United States, in a long
statement outlining the position
of this government on the ques-
tion of solving the Palestine prob-
lem announced that he will vote
against the Arab request be-
cause it prejudices the decision
which the fact-finding commis-
sion to be appointed by the gen-
eral assembly must reach.
Andre Gromyko, speaking for
the Soviet Union, said that he
was ready to vote in favor of in-
cluding the Arab item on the
of the fundamental problems un-
derlying the Palestine issue can
only prove helpful to the fact-
finding body. Gromyko argued.
Canada supported the view of
the American delegation that the
Arab request be rejected because
it would prejudice the work of
the projected fact-finding com-
mittee. However, the delegates
of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq,
and Saudi Arabia attacked the
American opposition to inclusion
... ..,, _i lv, Tironrfa since it would onl\ mean ....... ,
agenda Mint p of their item on the agenda.
a wider discussion of the fates- .....
All the Arab countries were in-
vited to participate in the gen-
tine issue at the present session
and not the adoption by the as-
sembly of any basic decision. A
wide discussion by the assembly
eral committee discussion, al-
though only Egypt is a member
of the committee. The other four
were seated without voting rights.
All five delivered bitter attacks
against "political Zionism" and
four of them emphasized their op-
position to the creation of a fact-
finding committee. They insisted
on immediate action by the U.N.
on the Palestine issue.
The Arab attacks on the United
States elicited a reply from John-
son, who contested their "as-
sumptions." He vigorously denied
that U.S. opposition to the Arab
resolution precluded independ-
ence of Palestine as an ultimate
solution. He also termed "ex-
(Continued on Page 7)


PAGE TWO
I
1 erumallij speaking, .
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, 1876 S. 1035 14th st., Miami Beach. The
W. 10th St., was hostess at a,affair was sponsored by the
luncheon given at Burdine's ; Miami Beach chapter of Ameri-
Monday afternoon in honor of | can Jewish Congress. Victor
Mrs. Leon Zalis, who is visiting Eber, in charge of arrangements
here with her daughter at the I spoke extemporaneously on
home of Mr. and Mrs. Zalis,; the aims and achievements ot
1668 S. W. 14th ct. They came the club and was followed with
here to attend the Bar Mitzva dancing and refreshments. This
of Edwin Zalis. Mr. Zalis flew | is one of a series of house par-
back to Baltimore Monday. The ties to acquaint prospective
invited guests were Mrs. I. members with the purpose ot
Langner. Mrs. Dora Lieberman, AJC.
Mrs. Lottie King, Mrs. Murray \ y^ T Arbitblatt, better known
Shulman, Mrs. Maurice Mam-' as Yehudi Ben Ghetto, is spend-
ches, Mana-Zucca, Mrs. Abe ing a snort vacation in Miami.
Wallenstein, Mrs. S. Stepkin, j He will Bhortly return to Wash-
Mrs. S. Spector, Mrs. Max I ington ancj New York where he
Greenberg, Mrs. C. Scheinberg,; wil] cornpiete a volume of me-
Mrs. Samuel Beck, Mrs. Sidney | moiIS started here The fifth
Weintraub, Mrs. Ida Orlansky, birthday of Lydia Cohen,
Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. S. H. i aaUghter of the Harry Cohens,
Covner, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs., guests at the Ritz Plaza hotel,
S. Geltner, Mrs. Estelle Cromer, j was ceiebrated recently with a
Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. N. Jacobs, surprise party ... Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Dora Berman, Mrs. S.
Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis Palay have returned from
a short visit to New York where
they attended their nephew's
Bar Mitzva Mr. and Mrs.
E. Morrison left for Los Angeles
Arenstein and Mrs. R. Nathan-
son of Los Angeles, well known
writer and sculpturer .
Mrs. Sid Lewis has left for
Hendersonville, N. C, where j yesterday
she and her husband^will open | j^g, Etta LeVine and her
their summer resort "Duncrag- daughter, Marilyn, have moved
gan Inn" on June 1 ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker have just Park hotel ^ farewell lunch-
returned after a six-weeks visit j eon for Mrs Tillie Schwartz will
in New York. They are staying | be given by Mrs. Harry Dan-
at the New Yorker while they ziger al lhe Cadillac hotel on
complete plans for a permanent, Thursday, April 24. Invited are
home ... Son of Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs Benjamin Sherry, Mrs. Ida
Samuel Geltner, Bernard B. Appel and Mrs. Samuel Mason.
Geltner was one of 40 pledges, More than 10rj guests attend-
who were initiated into Omega ed the party given for Frima,
Beta Pi, honorary medical fra-1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
ternity. at the University of ( Meringoff, on her first birthday.
Illinois ... The party took place at the
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Far- home of the child's qrandfather,
kas of Miami Beach are occu-1 Heiman Coopersmith.
pying the Leonard Mueller Those young men who wil]
home on Poinciana ave. in be Bar Milzva this Saturday in-
Coconut Grove while Mr. and dude Daniel Miner a, Temple
Mrs. Mueller are spending a Beth Sholom, Samuel, son of
year in Boston Honeymoon- Mr and ^ Haro]d w. Kreis,
ing at the Sands hotel are Dr. Qnd Theodore Sanford, son of
and Mrs. Morton Handmacher j^ and ^ David K Finkel.
of Washington, D. C. .Mr- at Miami Beach Jewish Center,
and Mrs. Sam Schach tave and jimmy son of Mr and MfS
Abraham Solomon, at Congre-
gation Beth Jacob.
returned from a trip abroad,
where they visited relatives in
France and Switzerland.
Approximately fifty guests
were entertained at a house
party -on Friday, April 25, at
the home of Miss Sylvia Tupler,
%
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Cotys
lighthearted
fragrance -
Muguet des Bois!
PERFUME attrac-
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and green $2.50*
DUSTING POWDER
. large round box
plus pouffy puff $1*
ESSENCE large
1.75 oz. bottle of per-
fume ... in smooth
gift box ----- ...... $5*
TOILET WATER .
in a delicate cool
green tint. With pink
atomizer $2.50*
plus tax
MIAMI stork, Ton.Frrmr.s.
STItKKT Kl.nolt, AND AT
BURDINE'S, WEST PALM
BEACH, ALBO AT BUR-
DINES, LINCOLN RD.
Last Monday night. Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority elected of-
ficers for the 1947-48 season.
They are Hope Tanenbaum.
dean; Gladys Novack, sub-
dean; Isadora Margolis. scribe;
Mona Pastroff, recording sec-
retary; Ruth Goldstine, treas-
urer; and Louise Krupsaw, his-
torian.
Lady wishes to share a beau-
tiful home with another
woman or respectable couple.
535 51st St., Miami Beach.
Phone 6-3901
MIAMI BEACH
Better Class Listings On
Oceantront Properties, Hotels,
Homes or Investments
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868
"Trustworthy Service"
FOR THE TIME OF tu^
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COUNTRY CLUB
OPENS MAY 25
Your brond of tun and
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Handball Basketball
All Water Sports
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CEDARS COUNTRY CLUB
V Lohov Ilia, Conn.
Weinkles Announce Birth
Of Daughter in New York
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Newton
Weinkle, 118 B. 93rd st, New
York City, announce the birth of
.hen- daughter. Romelle Erney,
on March 31. 1947.
Mrs. Weinkle is the former
Reggie Goldstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, 1520
S. \v. Second ave., Miami. Dr.
Weinkle is the son of Mr. Louis
Weinkle, 622 15th St.. Miami
Beach, and the late Mrs. Louis
Weinkle.
FRIDAY, MAY 2.
Hi
Rabbi Raab Will Speak
At Lag B'omer Meeting
Histadruth Ivrith. in conjunc-
tion with the Federation of He-
brew Teachers of Greater Miami
will hold a Lag B'omer meeting
Sunday, May 4, at 3 p.m. at the
home of Mr. P. Pushkoff, 1130
S W. Ninth st.
Rabbi David Raab. Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will
speak on the significance of Lag
B'omer. Cantor Jacob Y. Gold-
ring. Miami Beach Jewish Center,
will lender a .number of Pales-
tinian songs. Habonim Youth
will also participate in the pro-
gram.
J. Z. Stadlin will preside at the
affair. Refreshments will be
served and the public is invited.
Dr. Honor Stresses Unity
In Teaching Methods At
BJE Education Seminar
Dr. Leo Honor pointed out that
"unity not uniformity" is the
keynote of Jewish teaching at a
mass meeting o the State Seminar
on Education sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education at
Miami Beach Jewish Center Sat-
urday evening.
Dr. Honor is head of the School
of Education "at Dropsie College.
Stressing that although differ-
ence in opinion is sacred, a unifi-
cation of purpose is essential to
the future of Jewish community
life and knowledge, the educator
advised all teachers to seek self-
improvement so that the best pos-
sible methods could be used in
molding the child, spiritually and
Jewishly.
Dr. Honor offered the follow-
ing suggestions to the Miami bu-
reau in furthering its work:
development of high educational
standa ids, increased teacher
training, adult education, reach-
ing the unschooled and the es-
tablishment of a community li-
brary.
Picon, Lebedow Heard
On Jewish Radio Show
By special request. WBAY
"Jewish Musical Hour" this week
will feature renditions by Molly
Picon and Aaron Lebedow. The
recorded program is heard each
Friday at 11 a. m. and Sunday at
10 a. m., under the direction of
Jacob Schecter.
Yiddish Theatre of Air
Features Dance Music
"Yiddish Theatre of the Air."
presented ><\<-r WINZ Sunday at
10:15 to 11 a.m.. will feature re-
cordings of Palestinian and Jew-
ish dances this week.
Sidney Kirsch. director, prom-
ises, in addition, transcriptions of
various prominent Jewish singers.
Garvey to Gather Data
For Nationwide Survey
Victor Garvey, assistant in
community planning for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has been named by the
Council of Federations and Wel-
fare Funds to gather data on
Jewish aged in Miami, Tampa and
Orlando as part of a nationwide
study being conducted by the
council.
The information to be obtained
by Garvey will be the result of
personal interviews and a thor-
ough check with all social ser-
vice agencies in the communities
assigned to him.
The survey is under the direc-
tion of Morris Zelditch, director
of social planning for the council,
which is defraying expenses for
the study.
Mr. Garvey has been with the
local Federation since last July.
For the past several months he
has assisted in the direction of
the 1947 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Pamela, daughter of Mr
Mrs Murry Grossman M
SIW. Fifth st. was hon2
26 at Jackson Memorial
pital Linda Debra, daurZ
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A
van, arrived April 22 at' W
son Memorial hospital &
of Mr. and Mrs. Morton RotS
berg was born April 29
David, son of Mr. and
Robert Lowenthal, April 11
Richard Louis, son of Mr nJ
Mrs. Herman Sherman, An
1 Jerome, son of Mr m
Mrs. Max Leshnick, April 3
Kathleen Diane, daughter'
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Honiqsbe
April 7 Karen E., dauqhti
of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Feinao
April 10. *
Harvey Ralph, son of Mr. <
Mrs. Joseph Marcus, April
. Mitchell, son of Mr. &
Mrs. Morton Rubinson, April ]
. Max, son of Mr. and M
Hyman Nissen Gary Ala
son of Mr. and Mrs. Berna
Geiserman Robert Edmun
son of Mr. and Mrs. Willia
Schwartz Penelope, daug
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fel
man.
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MAY 2, 1947
IIIILIFIES
OR COUNCIL POST
[ Harold Turk, Miami Beach at-
L^v and cvic leader, is in the
J*'for election to the Miami
"*. citv Council June 3. His
Uuarters at 1541 Washington
fcfMiami Beach, has been
Ltiing wi^ activity for several
K so that his candidacy was
L political BUI pnse.
I In addition to .allies which got
Kay Monday with the offi-
ta| opening of his headquarters,
llv other events have beer.
Canned by his supporters and
fiends.
I Turk announced Bernard Rob-
ins as his campaign manager
L Duke Jordan as his public
elations counsel. Both are vet-
hns; Robbins of both World
bare i and II.
[a Miami Beach resident since
(34," Robbins was graduated
joni Yale in 1921. Jordan for-
merly was managing editor of
le Miami Beach Evening Sun
Ttid an army public relations of-
Ler six years in addition to
Ither metropolitan newspaper
lid publicity work.
I The attorney candidate's plat-
Irm is broad. Among other
lings, he advocates a separate
Eunty for Miami Beach, a city
fcalth department, reduction of
lunty tax assessments in Miami
leach and a low-cost housing
poject for veterans and city em-
byes.
Ibounty taxes in Miami Beach
le out of line with those in
Iher municipalities of the coun-
l" Turk said.
I"A city health department is a
Ital need for our fast-growing
|ty. Municipal supervision is
pssary to assure the health of
people of our city with its
Instantly increasing influx of
fetors from other areas."
[Turk recalled that in June of
146 he volunteered his services
I the housing committee of the
Barm Beach chamber of Com-
lerce to help effect a low-cost
losing development here. "The
ly of Miami Beach should as-
lt in planning and bringing
lout this project at the earliest
Issible date." he said.
l"0ur civic planning should be
\ a lor.g-range basis looking into
the future at least 20 years,"
Turk declared. He pointed to a
recent telephone company survey
which revealed a present per-
manent population of 55.000 rath-
er than 35,000 usually cited.
Turk's campaigners are con-
centrating on the registration of
all possible voters before the May
13 deadline. '"And," the candi-
date reported enthusiastically,
"they're getting results."
Declaring he welcomed sug-
gestions, Turk said his goal is to
serve all Miami Beach. "I am for
any program which will provide
the most good for the greatest
number of persons," he stated.
A resident of Miami Beach
since 1937, Turk is married and
the father of three children. He
has been a practicing attorney
since 1938 and has been an ac-
tive leader and worker in many-
Miami Beach civic, fraternal and
cultural groups.
Long identified with inter-faith
movements, Turk is chairman of
the public relations committee,
National Conference of Chi istians
and Jews. He is a member of the
Miami Beach Bar Association;
board of directors, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, Methodist Ex-
pansion and Service Fund, Y. M.
& W. H. A., Miami Beach Youth
Center; past president, B'nai
B'rith; member Miami Beach
Lodge of Elk s, Chamber of
Commerce, Zionist District, Jew-
ish Community Center and Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
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AJC Women's Chapter
Releases May Schedule
Calendar of events for May
was released by Mrs. Sidney
Stepkin. newly elected president
of the Miami chapter of the Wom-
en's division of American Jewish
Congress May 20 is the date for
the book review; May 21, a regu-
lar meeting will be held, and on
May 28. installation ceremonies
will take place at the Robert
Clay hotel.
Appointment of committee
chairmen was made at the recent
meeting of the new board of
directors. They are: Member-
ship. Mrs. Sidney Lewis; fund
raising, Mrs. Jerry Goldman, Mrs.
Milton Rubin and Mrs. Amos
Benjamin: program, Mrs Her-
bert Silver: legislation, Mrs.
I' ry Honig.
Remembrance. Airs. David Ra-
binowitz; clothing, Mrs. Thomas
Gavin; food, Mrs. Herbert Sher;
sewing groups. Mrs. Leanore Cur-
tice and Mrs. Jack Schieff; cul-
ture and education. Mrs. Lucille
Lichtenstetter; social and hospi-
tality, Mrs. Joseph Bass: refresh-
ments, Mrs. Charles Belanoff;
publications. Mrs. Sidney Boen-
inger and Mrs, I. Kussner; inter-
faith, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, and re-
location of displaced persons, Mrs.
Leanore Curtice.
PAGE THREE
Leff to Serve Miami Y
A breakfast meeting of the
Miami YM&WHA Building Fund
campaign committee will bo held
Sunday morning at the "Y."
Members will hear a talk by
Samuel Leff of New York City.
Mr. Leff has been selected to
assist the campaign to raise funds
for completion of the new build-
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Mrs. Weinstean Reviews
Book About Palestine
Highlighting the general inter-
est in the fate of Palestine, in
line with the United Nations de-
liberations on the subject, Mrs.
I. M. Weinstcin has chosen a new
and comprehensive study of the
Palestine situation, "Behind the
Silken Curtain," by Bartley C.
Crum, to be presented as the
topic of her next review for the
Mami Beach division, American
Jewish Congress, on Friday after-
noon. May 9, at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center.
Scheduling of this review is
most timely in view of the fact
that the week of May 4 to May
10 has been set aside as Palestine
Action Week. Mrs. Weinstein has
presented these reviews twice
monthly through the winter sea-
son for the AJC. The review is
open to the public.
BJE HONORS HEIMAN
Louis Heiman was elected hon-
orary president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education at the regular
monthly meeting held April 24.
He has been acting as president
of the organization since its in-
ception in March, 1944, and was
also chairman of the J. E. A.,
predecessor of the Bureau.
Officers who will be installed
in May include: president, Max
Mcisel; vice presidents, Eli Hur-
witz and David Isen; secretary,
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, and treas-
urer, Mrs. Matilda Ratner.
The board of BJE unanimously
voted to present a suitable testi-
monial to Mr. Heiman for his ef-
forts in behalf of Jewish educa-
tion in Greater Miami.
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FRIDAY,
MAY
v

i
Editorial
A BUSY WEEK
A difficult task iaces those interested is communal activity
the coming week. It is a far cry from the day when il MRU
possible to be present ct every major activity and also ta.-te an
active part in the doings. There now exist some 85 local Jew-
ish organizations, all with energetic programs that ::.. toi time
and energy.
The complaint that a clearance bureau is ineffective will
have to continue. It will be an impossibility to have days zr.z
dates set aside for all major events. Yes. this week will be c
difficult one in which to be present at the importer.: activities.
The Miami Beach YM & WHA will break ground Sun
afternoon for a new building. A review those
interest in the construction project reveals the importance its
citizenry place in the necessity for cdegucte facilities and a
home of its own. We congratulate the Beach Y cr. the progress
thus far. We urge strongly, immediate construction re: M soon
as people see that the Beach Y meani business that much
sooner will they join and make possible the funds needed to
complete the project
Sunday evening Temple Israel, Miami Reform C
will mark its twenty-fifth cnr.iversary. The o!ri-timers v.-.;; --a-.he:
to reminisce at a Jubilee Anniversary Dinner. An entirely dil
ferent community in contrast to that of the early twenties pre-
sents itself as Temple Isrcel's contribution to the growth of a
community now ranking among the nation s fifteen largest. Ou:
felicitations to Temple Israel. Our thanks to its spiritual '.ezze:
and noble minded officers who through the years filled z \
in our midst thct helped provide a foundation for the Gre-te:
Miami of today zr.d the years to come.
Timed to coincide with the public attention given :
settling of the Palestine problem Zionist Action Week w
locally feature a series of meetings culminating in a monstei
sympathy parade and mass meeting next Thursday in Micmi
Beach. Needless to reiterate that the future of the Jewish
Commonwealth is far from settled. The outlook is none toe
optimistic. Pro-Zionist in our policy, we have a determined be-
lief and conviction that nothing but a Jewish Commonwealth in
every sense of the word will prove adequcte to establish the
position of world Jewry. Palestine will save thousands of lives
and serve a= a protectorate of the future. No stone must be
left unturned to achieve the establishment of a homeland. Join
with every right thinking American who believes in justice and
righteousness and voice your sentiments this coming week.
The Jews at Warsaw who fought to their death rather thqn
submit to the Nazi invader will be honored at a Warsaw Ghetto
Memorial Service Sunday, May 4, at Bayfront Park auditorium.
It is four years since that eventful day on April 19, Jews
cramped between narrow ghetto walls in Warsaw with weapons
in hand faced the overwhelming might of the Nazi forcee, the
most terrible enemy that the Jewish people ever had. The revolt
in the Warsaw Ghetto was the answer of the fighting Jewish
people against tyranny and oppression and persecution and
obliteration. Never to be forgotten is the example portrayed
by this epic. With their blood they sanctified the honor of the
Jewish people.
The observance of this occasion cannot be questioned.
There 18 much to be written on the way this affair was handled
and will be the subject of a future comment.
BEACH T HOLDS
DEDICATION RITES
.ed from Page t)
e made by Weinkle. Bert-
vkind, Lou- H .-
g v. .. Rudy Adlcr
Judge J B. ;.: A Berman
\ -Bud" Cutler, p
Jt council, will
Talks
ted minutes
cied:-
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L Goldberg Paul
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iff] board and
These major functions along with a brunch of the Miami Y,
also on Sunday, to make plans to secure the balance of money
necessary to continue and finish the new building and dozens
of other functions line up a busy week for Miami Jewry.
5900,000 Figure Reached
In Local CJA Campaign
'' Page 1)
campaign pe-
:' illy ended, the ex
tive coi I :' ition has
ed the sum of S900.000 to
idget tri-
the 52 m< gen
:' .'.hi :. m servi Great* r Mi-
ami and include the YM. &
V W H.A.' ''. :. I
Bureau of Jewish Edu-
tioi Home for the
ishruth, Baron
de Hi i- n fund. Mt. Sinai
: N >nal Council of
n The budget corn-
will di.-- funds
thi next n
- -'O.ono. il was pointed
thi largest
: in Gn itei Miami
:riu.il needs by any group of
'Thi sponse
:ht of ou /er-
and
I out c immunity,"
Mr. Myi
Mr ed confidence
that the clean-up of outstanding
s and would
total raised to ov< r a
n dollars.
D Singi r, this .. ar*s
ft dinated m-
of Mt. Sii pita! and
-' i J' V| : .!. re-
' that thi G i iter Miami
!i ''' ation :.- undertaking
iltaneous :ns to
Mt Sinai hospital and raise-
funds foi local and overseas Jew-
ish welfare agencies assumed a
The combined
goals exceed three and a half
million dollars. "1 am confident,"
VfRE'BUG'AI WORK'
HEBREW ACADEMY BUYS
CHURCH FOR YESHIVA
(Continued Iri.in Payr 11
dents; Samuel N. Grundwerg,
S im Ri nhard I nanc-
1,11 M nd Aaron S L.iuer
tary. Dr. Irwin H. Makov-
medical director and Isa-
Goldberg, chairman of the
membership committee.
Building committee is chair-
ed by Harry Levitt. Hi
assisted in his work by J icob
Steinberg, Mitchell Rein.:-. S.
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE,
Muctly eonficknUal
(Copyright. 1946. Sevan ArU Ftature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
Still Asking:
We've asked about H. R 2848 before This hill
, *'"* Dill, 0UtlsJ
anti-Semitic propaganda, has been introduced in the u
Representatives by Congressman Charles A. Bucklev J*'
strong bill which specifies anti-Semitism and demands ii''
pression But somehow a strange silence surrounds this
eous action by Buckley .
its
coun
Broadway Gossip:
Marilyn Cantor, popular songstress at New York's "L?
Bleu." plays a bit part in United Artists* "Carnegie Hall" \J
stars Jascha Heifetz "Just to be able to hear Mr. Heifetz
said Marilyn Charlie Chaplin is planning another comedy i
with Martha Rave Did Dick White, singer at the Ri0 Cah
croon to audiences at the Copacabana as Eddie Fisher a vk
back-"- Benny Fields packing them in at the Copa after %
years away from the Gay Way The Marx Brothers may*
technicolor picture for Ben Hecht Milton Berle's radio
p::on will be taken up for three years^if and when U,
Mrs Bob Weiscopf (he helps Fred Allen script those Sundav'shot
are proud parents of a 6 lb. Kimmazeltov Danny Kavc (,
:ng Anita Alvarez and Don Richards backstage after seeing "Finn
Rainbow" They all worked together years ago at Camp Ta.
ment up-state Luther Adler is cinema-senpting Jack Ian
Profit By Experience" Harry Herschfield's comments on Ha,
Wallace and Charlie Chaplin are very clever Clever wars
running them down without discussing the issues they raise.]
I Bruce will name her baby Julieif a girl ...
CANDLE LIGHTING
6:40 P. M.
E
WEEK MASS RALLY
(Continued from Page 1)
lion Week. Co-Chairmen Harry
Simonhoff and Jack Burris said:
Events of the last 25 years,
and in particular the experience
of the last war. have proved the
and urgent necessity of
fulfilling the high purpose of the
Balfour declaration and the man-
date, subscribed to by 52 nations
after World War I.
"The phenomenal growth of the
Jewish National Home was vindi-
cated the vision of the world in
1922. symbolized by the action of
the League of Nations in approv-
ing the Palestine mandate.
'"The tragic fate of the Jews
of Europe, six million of whom
were destroyed by Hitler sav-
agely, and the failure of Great
Britain to execute its responsibil-
ity, have accentuated the urgency
of action to enable the destitute
and impoverished survivors to re-
build their lives in the land of
their choice."
Abraham Goodman, national
treasurer of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, is honorary
chairman of Palestine Action
Week and Harry Sirkin is treas-
urer. Headquarters have been
set up in room 412 of the Con-
gress bldg.
Loca*l residents are asked to
write or telegraph immediately
) the President of the United
urging that this nation
champion the Zionist cause before
United Nations, and write Sena-
tors Claude Pepper and Spessard
Holland and Representative Geo.
Smathers, asking their support.
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Friday. May 2. 1947
IYAR 12, 5707
Dr. Kaplan, Rabbi Skop|
To Serve Tenth Terms
As Association Heads
At the nir.tr. annual cor.rentia
of the Florida Rabbinical ass
: tion held at Miami Beach
week. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan i
Rabbi Morris Skop were el
for their tenl rms as presidi
ar.d secretary. Dr. Kaplan
' named an executive committed!
that time.
A convention i
ting of Rabbi Max Kauffi
Rabbi Osier and Rabbi Murra]
I Grauer was appointed. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, M eg Mcscheldj
Simon April and Skop were i
pointed to thi nventkw P
I gram
A publicity committee wasi
tablished to print a journal i
tainir.g hist ries of the vano
Jewish community synagogi
and Rab't state, A sek
tion of outstanding cor.ver.
papers was pn
Skop. Mescheloff, David
Colman Zwitman, Greenstt
and Irving 1
Openn. : the -*J
tion was held in co-operatu
with the stati ironW
Education. Rabbi Irving Lehr
delivered the invocation.
Kaplan delivered the open
address.
At the Mon lay morning ses
at the Tides Hotel, a syrnposw
Religion in Public Schools.
led by Mr Joe Hall,
tor for public education
state of Florida Rev. cm
James, of thi W 11W*
Rabbi Skop participate*
The Mond.iv afternoon *
was devoted to 'The S>mJ
in the Community, a W
Rabbi Lehrman. It wa*"
by Rabbi Grauer, Invocation.'
read by Rabbi
Held at the r, <' *%
M's. M. lhc.pi
meeting Monday *#%
a presentation of apaP*
ofW by *gZ
a ,-tudy, "Sunday ReS
ices/' by BabbiRaab.
Tuesday nu.rning e%e pj
cha.rmaned by Kab,iO*
bi Kauffman reJd a |
UtU'd "Pt^ K Sar-P
Pentateuch. *nd ^L,^ serntfi
sented a paper on T^ick
What Should It a
discussed by Rabbi *P
others. luncheon. ^
At the clo-mf; lu n^
da afternoon, Rc ^
read a Taim" ,3nCe
Must Ritual Obser ^
Intent." Grac.
Rabbi Uhiruan-


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FRIDAY. MAY 2. 1947
Second Annual Banquet
Marks Junior Hadassah
Installation Services
jjay m has been set as the date
for Junior Hadassah's second an-
ual installation banquet and
dance to be held in the Bayview
room of the Alcazar hotel. High-
jight of the evening will be the
installation of officers for the
ensuing year. Miss Natalie Fran-
kcl. president of the Southeastern
,.,,,,,. will conduct the cere-
monies.
Officers were elected at a
meeting held last night at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. The slate in-
cluded: President, Doris Albin;
vice presidents, Toby Cooper,
Eileen Cowen and Beverly Raph-
ael; treasurer, Lucille Yagoda;
corresponding secretary, Elarose
Rogow; recording secretary, Doris
Shapero; financial secretary, Ar-
lcne Hose, and social secretary,
Hilda Schwartz.
Theme tor the dance, which will
begin at 9 P-m., is being carried
out with announcements, place-
cards, and dance-cards in the
form of a top hat and fan. A
souvenir bulletin containing the
history of the chapter will be
nted to all guests.
The banquet is open to paid-up
members and their dates, which
entitles them to admission to the
dam.' as well, at $2.75 per plate.
Non-members may attend the
dance with dates at $1.00 per
n. Deadline for purchase of
all tickets to the affair is May 1.
Reservations may be made by
calling Miss Yagoda or Miss
Albin.
'JewislifhrkOan
\eps Up
; every dish if
i touches
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Heinz
Tomato
Ketchup
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"nest tomatoes, rare
Jsp'ccsandfTncvine^r/
Beach Voters Register
Miami Beach voters arc hurry-
ing to the office of the registra-
tion clerk to qualify as interest
in the approaching City Council
election rises with the naming
of each new candidate.
Rovina S u d n o w, resistration
clerk, believes that the total reg-
istrations may reach the 14,000
mark before the closing of the
rolls on May 13. The city's pre-
vious high was recorded in 1041
when 11,694 residents signed up.
Voters who have participated
in other elections this year need
not re-register. Residents who
have lived in the state for one
year and in Miami Beach for six
months are eligible and may reg-
ister between 8:30 a. m. and 5
p. m. on week-days and before
noon on Saturday.
PAGE FIVE
Here's the committee in charge of dedication ceremonies for the new $775,000 Y.M. & W.H.A.
community center to be constructed at 15th ter. and Bay rd., Miami Beach. The ceremonies
will get under way at 2 p.m. Sunday before an anticipated audience of 2,000 persons. Left
to right are Lou Goldberg, Dr. M. B. Cirlin, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Leo Huberman. George Bert-
man, chairman of the dedication committee; Jack P. Marash, executive director of the Y.-
Samuel Rivkind, Max Meisel, Paul Weitzman, William Siegel and Miss Frances Cooper.
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of these 50 years Red Cross Department Store has held prices
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Many months ago our executives realized that prices were get-
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to assure Miamians of lowest possible costs on basic needs.

Red Cross Department Store is taking very seriously the presi-
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department heads have been held. We have studied every
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made that Red Cross is to abide by the president's request. We
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FRIDAY, MAY 2,
QjAtctoJiy 0$ GAtaleA WlUuni
UouieAoft WxyMAifi
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30
Jimmy Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Bar
Mitzvah boy. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9 o'clock
Junior Congregation for children of elementary school ag< at 10
Bible study at 5 with Mrs. S. I. Friedman. Mincha at 630. foil
by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the P
the Week. Sunday school at 10 Daily school 3:30 to 630 p.m.
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid a^e.
E. Raclcovsky.
Friday Mincha service. 5:15 pin.,
first minyon. 7 a.m.: second ininyon
speak on "There Is Always a Day of
Mincha. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shal
appointed new Gabbi of Sha'los S'
who left for the North. The rabbi
Week. Daily services. 7 and 8 a.m..
Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m.. foil *
customs.
, Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
followed by Maariv. Saturday.
9
Reckoning," Saturday at 5 p.m
s S'udos Joseph Hutni
udos. replacing Mr. S
will discuss the Portion of the
followed by a class in Mincha
- in Jew
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W.
I7lh are., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabbalas Shabbas. 6:40 p m. Saturday serv 0 Bar
Mitzvah of Richard Schulman. Rabbi Grain Idress
young man. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach
on the third chapter of the Ethics of the Fathers, 5:15. followed bv
Mincha and Shalos S'udos. Sunday 10 a.m.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are., Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rer. Maurice Mamches.
The spring series of late Friday evening services will
? iii^Sl0011" Rabbi Shapiro and Cantoi Mamches will officiate
Rabbi Shapiro will present the third in the ms on
'Ethics of Our Fathers" The basil
"When Will the Messiah Come'" Ruth Saal an I J i Scl ilman,
students, will conduct the responses in Sabbal
vices at 8:30 o'clock. Du: in. thi Phili| i I M
Mrs. Mose Solomon, will become Bar M Student services at
10:30. Sunday school picnic this Sun,!:.-- at Greyn park All
children who need transi rtation
later than 9:30.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER.
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor
Sloan, executive director.
Kabbs S i. 6:30 p.n
Cantor Goldring will cl
9 a.m. The rabbi will
Bar Mitzvah of Samuel, n I M
Theodore Sanford. son of Mr. and Mrs
Congregation service. 10 n Min
at 6:30 p.m. Daily sei
6:30 p.m.
1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel
' '
Sat ng sen
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I II kJ;*- lZJH ,SHLOM', J Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
.Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m Rabbi Kronish will speak on
Hie Supreme c >u I hial School." Th
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Colman A
Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. "
Friday evening, 8-15 p.m, i-gu ervici nducted b\
KaoDi zwitman. Thes< er\ nd its
aliUi mzations Miss Roslyn Mendefc ,f BZU
Miss Carol Aronoyit; vice] rid Misses N Mar-
cia Camner, Maxiri Bei Marilyn Gri .. participat
the annual BZB servi Sabbath eve follow the
service and t> .. ,: Sanford K honor
a.Li x mS8 cere9n3 [or th" daughter. J I Ann M -
Actoipn Wertl Siai efrush-
ments committee will be
ing service at 11 a.m. ]
Confirmation Class study group.
a i3%* EMANU-EL. 1801 8. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale
nacDi David naab.
Friday evening .-< es Maj 2 al 8 p.i Rabl Ri
duct the services and preach th ;
lnik-d Nations and Palestine."
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
Friday evening services, 8:1S p.i Rabbi Max K .
speak on The Test of Religion." And:. Shabbal
service. Saturday morning servici i m.
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"Yivo" Organizes Local
Committee At Beach
yivo," Yiddish Scientific In-
stitute, has organized a Miami
committee Offucs are located at
2008 N. Alton id.. Miami Beach,
ain function will be to rep-
resent the organization in pre-
paring lectures and symposiums,
sseminate literature and in
general to organize into an active
group.
Officers of the new committee
are Dr. Meyer Glick, chairman:
h Duntov, secretary; Wil-
liam Hertz, treasurer, and Jacob
C. Fishman, Max Glob<
is Honigraum. Morris Jacobs.
Katz Ehiel Lesowoder, Jos-
eph Pollack and Charles V.V.n-
The institute was founded in
. Poland. 23 years ago and
has made notable contributions to
iio development of Jewish
c
;ng the war years, offices
i e moved from Wilno to New
York where they were establish-
ed at .i35 \V. 123rd st.
Beth David Schedules
Installation Services
Installation exercises for the
:ted officers of the Con-
gregation Beth Jacob and the
Sisti rhood will take place Wed-
v. at 8 p.m.. at the syna-
gogue. Attorney Daniel G. Satin
.:: man of the event.
Officers will be inducted by
Moses Mescheloff and mes-
on the part of the congre-
gation and Sisterhood will be read
Bernard Frank and Miss Mai-
vina Weiss Cantor Louis D.
will direct the musical
am.
At the close of the formal ser-
a buffet supper will be
' in the community build-
ing.
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTslrv
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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Zionist Leader Speaks
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Mrs. Arthur Bender, Zionist
leader, addressed a meeting of
the Greater Miami chapter of
Hadassah at the Cadillac last
Monday. A joint gathering of
the boards of Miami and Miami
Beach chapters of Hadassah will
establish a local council.
Mrs. Bender is executive di-
rector of the Zionist district of
Philadelphia. She is the only
woman in the United States to
hold this position.
Young Adult Council
Plans Future Meetings
Jewish Young Adult Council of
Miami Beach will hold future
meetings alternately between the
Jewish Community Center, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom and the Beach
VM & WHA. Next session is
Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the "Y."
Following a swim-dance on
May 17 at the Raleigh hotel, the
nine Young Adult organizations
represented in the council, plan
to stage a joint rally.
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rBlDAV, MAY 2. 1947
Official Third Reading
Of Ordinance to Outlaw
Bias Signs Wednesday
The Miami Beach ordinance to
Jjaw the display of offending
5"irin.int...-y sifin; will come up
,. its third and official reading
'''(,,'. the Miami Beach city
', Wednesday. May 7.
introduced before the council
Aoril 16. the bill, said to be the
JP" f its kind in the United
States was unanimously approv-
ed for ad >ption at its first two
reading.
following the preparation of
,he document by the Florida Reg-
ional office of the Anti-Defama-
bn league of B'nai B'rith, the
hill was proposed for adoption
bv Jack A. Abbott, chairman of
the legislative committee of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith lodges, Walter C. Kovner,
president of the Miami Beach
lodge of B'nai B'rith, and Sam W.
Shapiro, chairman of the ADL
committee of the Miami Beach
J. Talianoff, Florida
regional director of the Anti-
Defamation league, reports that
public reaction to the measure
has been overwhelming in sup-
port I the bill. He stated a sur-
mducted on Miami Beach
this week showed that a few of
the hotels displaying discrimina-
tory signs had already removed
them The bill, which was intro-
duced by Mayor Herbert Frink of
Miami Beach, provides in part-
It shall be unlawful to display
discriminatory words or
phrases ... in or about any hotel,
apartment house, or other estab-
lishment which caters to the pub-
lic in the City of Miami Beach."
Stating that since such pur-
are not only in opposition
to federal and state constitutional
law, but are alien to the Ameri-
ran way of life and the dignity
and tranquility of Miami Beach.
violation of the ordinance would
.be punishable by fine or impris-
onment.
+,knislilhridlian
PAGE SEVEN
Face Facts
Dr. Walter Reynolds
Dr. Daniel N. Home
CHIROPRACTORS
5th Floor. Postal Bldg.
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director,
Anti-Defamation League
Upton Close, a visitor to Miami
this season, is suing Albert
Warner, WOL-Mutual news chief,
and the owners of WOL because
,)f Warner's remark "Where you
find greed, selfishness and stu-
pidity, there you find Upton
Close!" Close, whose writings
reek with thinly-veiled anti-
Semitism, claims that lecture en-
gagements were cancel ltd and
that his textbooks were rejected
as a result of the notoriety he
has received .
Don't miss the "Lest We For-
getThese Great Americans"
radio program over South Florida
radio station WINZ. Sundays at
10:15 a.m. .
Anti-Semites at WorkPenn-
sylvania-Ohio highway number
422 is the background of a vicious
anti-Jewish campaign, Posters oi
.-heap cardboard have been
placed on fences and poles read-
ing "Stop Jewish Immigration.
No Houses for G. I.'s!" "CIO and
OPA mean Communism and Jew-
ish World Control." "Vote Against
Coffey and Danny Hoch, They
Favor Communism and Jewish
Control." Appearing at the time
of the November election, these
placards have since popped up
across the entire states of Penn-
sylvania and Ohio. State and
local police are investigating and,
with the aid of ADL representa-
tives, offending signs are removed
as quickly as they are noted .
If you have not as yet read
Laura Hobson's fine best seller.
Gentlemen's Agreement." you
may obtain your copy at your
ADL office, 330 Seybold bldg..
Miami, at the special price of
$1.75 .
A number of people in this
area received calls this week
from an individual who claimed
to be representing the ADL. Ap-
parently this fraud was not very
convincing as the matter was im-
mediately brought to the atten-
tion of this office by some of the
victims" of the hoax. Official
representatives of the Anti-Defa-
mation league will conduct sur-
veys by phone and. in their per-
sonal interview with individuals,
will first identity themselves.
ARABS DROP DEMANDS
ON U. N. ASSEMBLY
I Continued from Page 1)
aggerated" an Arab argument
that the assembly would send the
committee to Palestine without
terms of reference. He said that
passage of the Arab resolution
would "inflame passions" and
add to the confusion. The pur-
pose of this session, he reiterated,
is to establish a committee to
work in "quiet objectivity" and
then to report to the next session
of the assembly in September.
"Every member of the UN.
looks forward to the day when
Palestine will be a free and inde-
pendent state." said Johnson, but
declared that opinions vitally dif-
fer "as to the form of independ-
ence." He added that the as-
sembly would give "very careful
terms of reference" to the com-
mittee and would not exclude ul-
timate independence.
Johnson called for "careful and
impartial study on the highest
level." He said he would be un-
happy if his remarks were inter-
preted "as a desire to prevent the
Arab states or any other inter-
ested parties from presenting
then views at the proper time."
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HARRY V. SIMONS .
first president of Temple Israel,
who will address the Silver
Jubilee celebration Sunday
night.
Business and Professional
Women of Hadassah, Miami
chapter, is completing plans for
a musicale at Kaplan HalL
Tuesday, May 20. Chairmen in
charge are Ester Morris, pro-
gram; Fay Werner, member-
ship; and Henrietta Halan,
music.
'Pop' Concert Series
Subscriptions Available
Subscriptions to underwrite a
summer "pop" conceit series are
now available to the public from
$2.00 to SI 0.00, The musical
events will take place in Flamin-
go park.
"The 10 concerts books of tick-
ets range from $2.00, of which
there are 750 seats; $7.50 of 800
seats and approximately 1,000 at
$10.00," said Chairman Leo Eiscn-
stein. He added that the books
may be purchased from M. J.
Beck, manager of Burdine's 9tore
on Lincoln rd., who is treasurer,
or from himself in W. I. Feuer's
office, 309 Lincoln rd.
Mrs. Arnold Volpe of the Uni-
versity of Miami orchestra is go-
ing to stage the concerts, and she
will have to know th^ revenue
available so that she ma; -L>fccure
and hold a staff of musicians.
"Should the $16,000 necessary
not be subscribed by ticket sales,
all money will be refunded,"
promised Eisenstein. "I am con-
fident, however, that people will
support this cultural undertak-
ing."
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PRIDAY^IAY 9
Greynolds Park Scene
Of Beth David Picnic
Parent-Teacher association of
Congregation Beth David will
sponsor its picnic for Hebrew and
Sunday school children at Grey-
nolds Park Sunday.
An annual event, it was post-
poned during the war years and
was not held last year due to the
polio epidemic. However, at 1!
o'clock Sunday morning, approx-
imately 300 to 400 people includ-
ing the pupils and their parent:
will gather at the park ground.-
whore a welcoming committee
will greet them.
A sports program for both
children and adults has been ar-
ranged by Mrs. S. Safer, presi-
dent, and the picnic committee
which is headed by Mrs. A.
Kasow. Highlight is a Father-
Son baseb.il 1 game.
Perso^ wishing a ride to the
grouijds'r.-'iay call Mrs. M. Feld-
man. transportation chairman, at
9-0407 or her co-chairman. Mrs.
S. Becker, 9-5897. If there is any-
one who can accommodate one
or two passengers in his car, Mrs
Feldman asks that they stop at
Beth David at 9:30 Sunday morn-
ing.
NEW IfETS PHY
TRIBUTE TO HERO
"Alfred J. Rosenstein Member-
ship Class" will be inducted into
\mvets, Robert Richter post, by
.he chaplain, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
.nan, tomorrow. 8:30 p. m. at a
dance in the Crystal room of the
?oincianna Hotel.
The newly initiated unit is
-.amed in honor of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rose:
>f 1401 Alton Road, paying trib-
ute to the late sergeant who gave
his life in the "D" Day invasion
He was 24 years old and enl
in the service immediately after
the out-break of the war. (
lain Lehrman will give a brief
address memorializing the late
hero.
At the affair, the recently or-
ganized Ladies' Auxiliary will
install its first .-late of permanent
officers, with Mrs. Elizabeth J.
e, Florida Department Aux-
v president, leading the in-
duction ceremonies.
Officers who will take the oath
are president, Mrs, Sadye Reiner,
first vice president, Mis. Adie-
: e ne Edlowitz, second vice pres-
ident, Mrs. Edith Levin; treas-
ure:-, Mrs. Estelle Radler, and re-
cording secretary, Mrs, Ruth Jo-
en.
Arranged by the Ladies' group.
the program will feature contin-
uous dancing to Phil Zwil's or-
tra.
Singers Give Banquet
For New Brandeis Camp
The Southeastern region of the
Zionist Organization of America
are formulating plans for the
establishment of a new Brandeis
camp in the Southeast. The aims
of the camp are to train and pre-
pare the Jewish youth to become
leaders and teachers in the Zion-
ist movement. The camp was
named in honor of the late Su-
preme Court Justice Louis D.
Brandeis. whose untiring efforts
on behalf of Eretz Israel will long
be remembered by Jewry
throughout the world.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer of the
National hotel will be hosts at a
banquet given on Wednesday eve-
ning. May 7. at their hotel, for
:he benefit of the proposed Bran-
deis camp.
Executive director of the na-
tional youth commission in New
York. Dr. Shlomo Bardin. will
be the guest speaker at this gala
occasion.
Prominent leaders in the local
community have been invited to
attend this important banquet.
STATE CONFERENCE OF
SISTERHOODS CALLED
AT BEACH CENTER
"How to Educate Our Parents"
is the general theme of the State
Conference of Women's League
Sisterhoods which will open at
an informal reception Monday,
May 5, at the home of Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, program chairman.
Purpose of the meetings is to
organize a Florida branch to draw
0 3-4848
PV*>n. .1st.
Attention, Dog Owners!
All dog owners who are inter-
ested in making plans for two
stanchion shows to be held in the
G ter Miami area are invited to
attend a preliminary meeting on
Monday, May 5, 8 p.m., at the
Sportsman's club. 1200 N. W. S.
River dr.
The shows must be given be-
fore approval can be obtained
from the American Kennel club
to hold a p;>int sho wnext winter.
Interested persons are asked to
contact Mrs. Hazel Lord Graffen-
berger, 4-6141.
Richard Enters Beach
City Council Contest
Calling for "an end of dictator-
ship of the gambling syndicate
over Miami Beach municipal af-
fairs." Melvin J. Richard threw
his hat into the Miami Beach
city council ring when he quali-
fied his candidacy this week.
A former associate city judge,
the young attorney left that post
to enter the Navy in 1943. After
the war he resumed his law prac-
tice. He was part of the delega-
tion which recently submitted the
anti discrimination ordinance
adopted by the council.
Richard has promised 30 nights
of oratory at the Russian Bear
restaurant. He has engaged the
dining room which is closed for
the summer and there he will
"cast light on mucky subject.-," for
a full month before an audience
of Beach voters.
Chairman of the Beach chapter
of the American Veterans' com-
mittee. Richard is a member of
the Civic league of Miami Beach.
Jewish War Veterans, American
Legion. Veterans of Foreign Wars
and B'nai B'rith.
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
SUN RAY MM
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all Sisterhoods closer to the Na-
tional organization, in order to
bring into being a better coopera-
tion and more sharing of ideas
among the groups.
After registration Tuesday at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1415 Euclid ave., Mrs. Ira C
Walsey, Sisterhood president, will
greet the delegates and lead 3-
minute self-introduction speeches
from the assembly.
Following the period of wel-
come, a paper on the subject "The
Need for Classes and Discussion
Groups Among Our Parents on
Jewish Subjects," will be pres-
ented and discussed.
At 1 o'clock, a luncheon will
take place at the Royal Palm
hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, as
Home oi Aged Women's
Auxiliary Installation
Mrs. Samuel Beck. dtmu .
elect of the Miam, WomenSv
liary to the Miami Jewish h*'"
for the Aged, will be formal^
stalled Tuesday, MavT? m"
with other Mwly-electeH nt g
The candlehght eftj
be performed I, *'."
own at the Robert CtayhoS
Panama room. 2:30 p.m. Wl-
An invocation will be read k.
Rabbi Murray Orauer, JiaSi
Jew.sh Orthodox fwjff
and Cantor Maurice 88ft
Congregation Beth David, will of-
-er the benediction. Arran-
nents were completed by Mr,
Emanuel Karger. with M,'s gM
ley Weintraub acting as mi'stre^
f ceremonies.
Named to serve with Mrs Beck
ire Mrs. Karger. Mrs. Paul Raff
md Mrs. Charles Minowite, vice
^residents; Mrs. Celia Scheinbere
reasurer: Mrs. Murray Shulman
orresponding secretary; Mrs R
S. Covner. financial secretary
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, parliament
anan, and Mrs Ben Kandel
;ergeant-at-arms.
eatured speaker, will talk 0n
How to Make Festival celebr*.
lons^ Meaningful to Our Chil-
iren." Musical selections will be
presented by Cantor Jacob Y
Goldring.
Mrs. Joseph Berman's paper
"How to Foster Synag gue At-
tendance In Our Parent! and
Young People." will be read at
the afternoon session. followini
which, a forum on problems
which face the Sisti ,f me
state will be opened
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.gpi Fraternity Installs
Fortieth Active Chapter
A, University of Miami
t mhda Deuteron, 40th active
La f Aloha Epsilon Pi fra-
chapltCvr a Called this week
te?M the 'University of Miami.
Semonies took place at a dinner
1L at the Sea Isle hotel.
ttpi speakers included Dr.
Pn 1 F fcshe president of the
55* 5 f Men Foster
f Ster Dean Russell A. Rasco
5 Jc school of law, andComdr
Robert B. Downes. professor of
Smomics and faculty advisor to
e Inter-Fraternity council.
National officers who spoke in-
cluded Charles C. Moscowitz, New
York Citv and Hollywood, Calif.,
a founder of the fraternity and
to first supreme master; Sidney
Goldberg. Atlanta, past supreme
master: Frederick Katz, New
York supreme governor; Arnold
Hoffman, Atlanta, Southern reg-
ional representative, and George
S. Toll, St. Louis, executive sec-
retary.
The fraternity was founded at
New York University in 1913 and
now has the largest Jewish mem-
bership of any social fraternity
in the nation. Seventy per cent
of those inducted to charter mem-
bership on the local campus are
veterans.
Officers in the now chapter in-
clude Herbert S. Goldfield, mas-
ter; Robert F. Block*, lieutenant-
master; Harry B. Smith, scribe;
I Harold A. Gieenberg, exchequer;
[Franklin J. Nankin, correspond-
ing scribe; Bennet Goldman, his-
Itorian, and William Schmickler,
I sentinel. Edward J. Steinberg is
I chapter supervisor and Melvin
[Finn is chapter advisor.
*Jti*t)nr>ridfcw7
PAGE NINE
Abe Allenberg, president of
Miami Beach Hotel Owners
association, will serve a three-
year term on the board of di-
rectors of the Florida State
Hotel Men's association. He
was elected at a convention just
ended at Orlando.
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Congregation Prays for
Success oi UN Hearings
Led by Rabbi Joseph Rack-
ovsky. a special prayer was
offered by members of Congre-
gation Beth Tfilah on Monday
afternoon when the United
Nations opened its discussion
on Palestine.
"We pray," said the rabbi,
"that righteousness should pre-
vail: that might shall not suc-
ceed in oppressing right; that
the world shall be awakened
to the injustices committed to
our European brethren and
rectify them by granting them
their long-promised national
homeland on which Great Brit-
ain holds only a mandate and
not an ownership certificate,
although they rule there with a
military strong arm as if it
were their own. We hope that
God will redeem Israel and
help the afflicted."
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the Late Ber-
nard Charles Wolff, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff. 1435
Alton id.. Miami Beach, will take
Place Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo
cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, will officiate. Arrangements
are m charge of Siddncv H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
Co.
B'nai B'rith Charters New
Coral Gables Lodge
Thirty-seven Coral Gables resi-
dents have petitioned B'nai B'rith
district office to form a new lodge !
in that city. Three organizational
meetings were held recently and
Dr. Leonard Glickstein was i
named temporary chairman,
pending receipt of a charter.
Election of permanent officers
will take place at a meeting on
May V at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce j
de Leon blvd. Those chosen will j
be formally inducted at the Dis-
trict convention at Miami Beach
June 7-10. The new group is No.
1682 to be founded by the order.;
Persons residing in the Gables
vicinity are asked by Dr. Glick-
stein to attend the May 7 meet- j
ing and they will be entered as
charter members. He may be
contacted at 4-5390. It is also
announced that a women's auxili-
ary is being formed.
The new lodge is the third to be
established in Greater Miami.
Miami Beach lodge and Sholem
lodge have offered their full en-
dorsement and utmost coopera-
tion to the new group.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Celia Levine. 1121 Ocean blvd..
North Miami Beach, will take
place Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. at Mt.
Nebo cemetery. Arrangements
are in charge of Sidney H. Pal-
mer of the Miami Monument Co.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Harold Beattv
will take place Sunday, 9:30 a.m.
at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate. Ar-
rangements are in charge of the
Gordon Monument Co. Friends
and relatives are asked to attend.
Beth Tfilah Plans Party
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
hold a package party at the syna-
gogue. 935 Euclid ave.. Sundav
evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. Rachel
Katz. acting president, announces
that refreshments will be served.
The committee on arrange-
ments consists of Mrs. S. Jacob-
son, Mrs. Dora Katz. Mrs. L. Lus-
tig, Mrs. S. Silverman and Mrs.
F. Pales;.
Emanon Dance Tonight
A May dance tomorrow evening
at 9 p.m. is the spring affair
planned by the Emanon club of
the Miami YM & YWHA. Scene
of the event is the Miami Wom-
en's club. 1737 N. Bayshore dr.
A popular orchestra will play
and refreshments will be served.
A prize will be awarrded to the
best dancers in the rhumba con-
test, it was announced by Nat
Etkins, social chairman. Sam
Kratish is president.
Milton A. Friedman, B'nai
B'rith state vice president,
spoke to a meeting of Jewish
Youth at the Hollywood Jew-
ish Center last Thursday. His
address was in behalf of the
establishment of a Junior B'nai
B'rith group to be formed in
thai city.
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Season Nearing End
Moving into the final three
weeks of its record-breaking
meeting ending May 26, the Bis-
cayne Kennel club has sched-
uled two outstanding stakes with
their preceding eliminations for
these closing nights to assure ev-
ery weekday night 10-race sched-
ule as a series of thrilling com-
petitions.
With qualifying ending this
weekend, Racing Secretary James
Hodeck then will select the 16
outstanding young dogs to com-
pete in the two 5/16-mile elimi-
nations for the second annual
William Fineran Memorial stakes
which will be run on next Tues-
day night. May 6. These two
eliminations will be run as a
Lads and Lassies affair with
eight males in one event and
eight females in the other.
The first four dogs to finish in
each of these events will be
matched for the William Fineran
Memorial championship on Fri-
day night, May 9, over the famed
Biscayne derby marathon course.
Comptroller Frank G. Burghart
has announced that this event
will be run for an added purse.
This is a major stakes race ar-
ranged in honor of Biscayne's
late racing secretary, William
(Bill) Fineran and nationally
known leader in the development
and furtherance of young dogs.
Last year's inaugural of this
stake was won by Snappy Sue
in 35 seconds flat.
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Obituaries
SCHREIBER
Irving M. Schrelber, *>. died srnrt-
denly al hta home, MS N. \v. 2sin at.
a salesman, he came from New York
seven years ago. Services were con-
ducted by Rabbi Mas Shapiro at Gor-
don Funeral chapel. He is survived
by his wife, .Mrs. Anna Bohrelber; a
daughter, Bernlce, and a lister.
SCHERLE
Heventy-flve-year-okl retired goM-
xmith and diamond merchant, Cholom
[fteao Scherle, died Wednesday In ;i
hospital. Having come to Miami six
years ago, he lived al 559 Michigan
ave. He leaves his wife, Rachel and
two sons. Services were read by Rabbi
Irving l.ehiinan at the Gordon chapel
with burial in Woodlawn cemetery.
GLUCK
Emanuel Oluck. m. -'!""> s. \v l.th
st died Sunday nlKht. "< came
from Cleveland n yean ago and is
survived by his wife, Mrs Btdonle
ciuik lie was a member of shoiem
lodge, B'nai B'rith. Services were
conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro at
the Palmer Funeral home.
POLLOCK
Services for Albert H. Pollock, '.6,
who .li.ci Tuesday, were conducted bj
Dr. Jacob n Kaplan at the- Beach
Memorial chapel. A resident at US
.V. Coconut lane, Palm Island. Mr.
pollock came lure n years ago from
Danville, N'. .1 He is survived by his
wife, Yetta Pollock; two sons, Em-
manuel and Morton, both of Miami,
and two daughters.
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PAGE TEN
+Jeistncrldtetl
FRIDAY. MAY 2,
'Between You and Me9'
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
UNITED NATIONS NOTES:
Believe it or not. but the dele-
gations of the United States, the
United Kingdom and the USSR
are literally taking back seats at
the U.N. session on Palestine .
This is because the delegations
are seated in alphabetical order
. This does not mean, of course,
that they are not playin
leading role at the session .
The important role numerically is
being played by the Latin A
can bloc composed of 20 countries
. Although all Latin
countries are Inclined to
the lead of the Uniti
some of their represent!
that the Palestine case pi
the Latin Ann-
an excellent opportunity I
their importance in international
politics ... It is learned that
Secretary of State Marshall d:d
not see eye to eye with British
Foreign Secret Bevin when
the two conferred privately in
Moscow on the Palestine issue .
And it can also be revealed that
a Jewish Agency repri
was recently in Poland for the
purpose of gai:
the Polish government .it the]
UN', session on Palestine .'
Hayim G A m eric an
member of the Agi n
is now in Latin Ami rica I
sole purpose of influencin
governments there in favor of
Zionist demands Zionist lead-
ers are convinced tl
will go on further than appoint-
ing a fact-finding I n .
They feel that
the Palestine issue will develop
at the Si :
general assembly That is why
the Zion rmittee
decided to meet in New V
the end ( M fter the
present U N ... It
can also be that the
Zionist Organization of America
will hold its annual i
this year in July, insl [Sep-
tember And :: can be pre-
dicted that Dr. Emanuel
mann will be elected ZOA ;
dent .
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS:
The American ORT Fed* I n
reduced its professional stafi
as a result of tl ment with
the JDC under which the ORT
is to get S2.000.000 from the latter
on condition that ORT fund-
ing drives are discontinued in the
United States Income re-
ceived by thi ;can ORT
Federation through membi
contributions will be used for or-
ganizational and educational ac-
tivities of the organization and
will not become part of the S2,-
000,000 fund which is intended
for vocational training of Jews in
Europe American ORT esti-
mates its membership at 15.000
in 1946 and expects to in
it to 20.000 in 1947 .. Consider-
able expansion in the member-
ship program is contemplated .
When the National Jewish Wel-
fare board hold its annual n.
ing in Pittsburgh during the
week end of May 10. the dele-
gates will hear a very interesting
report from Dr. Oscar I. Jan-
owsky on the survey made of the
JWB's functions and services .
In conducting the survey. Dr.
Janowsky and members of his
staff interviewed more than 3.500
persons individually and collec-
tively on various aspects of Jew-
ish center work More than
300 centers and Y's throughout
the country were visited .
About 2,400 questionnaires were
received by Dr. Janowsky cover-
ing various aspects of Jewish cen-
ter activities Persons who
have seen the preliminary report
of the survey consider it a monu-
mental piece of work which will
have great significance for Amer-
ican Jewry .
VIEWS ON RUSSIA:
Is the world facing a possible
war between the Western demo-
cratic powers and Soviet Russia?
. George Soloveytchik, Rus-
sian-Jewish historian who left
the USSR after the Communist
revoluti >n. says "no" in his "Rus-
sia in Perspective" publish..
W. W N a & Co. He as-
serts that while -quarrelsome to
the extreme" and always willing
to go to the very limil
before i compronv.se.
the Russians can scarcely
to plunge into another war .
But since they d of being
attacked by tl
til
d of divi
es .
those whom they consider poten-
tial aggressors involved else-
where Thus, the author be-
the end of existing ten-
| not in sight ... He th.nks
.,. 0nly way for America
and Britain to work successfully
with Russia is "to be firm and
h ,nest rather than overconcilia-
d shifty" They must
offer ocular demonstration that
neithei Western democracy nor
the capitalist system is on the
of collapse, he says But
they must also realize that in the
of today few people, and
i all the Russians, are pre-
concede to the Anglo-
Saxon pres riptive rights over
. or principles, whatever
On the other
S veytchik advocates
fight against Commu-
nism at home should be pursued
Hess of whether the Rus-
sians like it or not The Rus-
sians, he points out, have no pre-
scriptive rights to propaganda and
interference in domestic affairs
of other countries .
AMONG THE LITERATI:
Lovers of Hebrew will enjoy
Eisig Silberschlag's new volume
of poetry "Aleh, Olam, B'Shir"
Rise. World In Song" ... It is
a beautiful collection of the
author's works, showing him to
be on* of the outstanding Hebrew
poets of our generation ... He
has philosophical moods as well
as the flirtatious Jewish edu-
cators in the United States wel-
come the fact that the Zionist
Organization of America has pub-
lished Sharfstein's "Hebrew Self-
Taught" This will enable
many "Americanized" Jews to
learn basic conversation in He-
brew in a short time ... In the
endeavor to commemorate the
1ft
Zionist movement i
two-volume "Album of S
Zionism" is now being 1
in Pa.estine by L. Ze^
He has spent more than ,5,'
collecting pit,ures and
menu tracing the main J?
the development of Russian j
ism since the birth of the r,
movement under the Czart
gime ... He is now appeail'l
Jews in the United K*'
may have such material to ta
it to him at Tel Aviv. 15 Pru,
. -He is especially interest
photos, which some Jews J
emigrated from Russia may h2
showing Zionist meetings
ferences, banquets, send-off ta
ties of groups who left Russiaf
Palestine, groups of deleoa
from Russia at various ZioiJ
Congresses, editorial offices
Zionist publications, etc.
Sympathy Parade
On Miami Beach
Monster
Mass
Meeting
WILL CLOSE THE
DEMONSTRATION
Sympathy Parade
MAY 8th 6:30 P. M.
The fate of Palestine is in the balance! The United
Nations is now debating whether Palestine shall be a Jewish
Homeland.
'
This is the supreme opportunity for everyone to reveal
his sympathies for the survivors of the gas chambers, for the
fugitives from the death trains.
Do not forget the 6.000.000 Jews who were annihilated!
Remember Treblinka. Oswiciem, Buchenwald. Dachau. The
remnants of Israel are still lingering in these concentration
camps. They have no home except Palestine.
Every Jew and Jewess must now stand up and be
counted! Indifference to Jewish martyrdom is treason to Israel!
You. and each of you. are invited to march under the banners
of Old Glory and Zion.
The Sympathy Parade
will take place on y
Miami Beach, Thursday May 8th.
Please assemble 6:30 P. M. at Lincoln Road and Washington
Avenue. The March will start on Lincoln Road, will procee
through Washington Avenue and end at Flamingo
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
Park.
AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL
Miami Office:
414 Congress Bldg.
Phone 2-8409
Miami Beach Office:
605 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-0816


DAY, MAY 2, 1947
liss Bernstein Engaged
Beach Physician
I |by 27 wedding is planned
Miss' Charlotte Bernstein and
\. Theodore Stevens, whose en-
t was revealed by her
nts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bern-
tin, of the Walburne hotel.
|The bride-elect is a graduate
Miami Beach Senior High
>1 and attended the Univers-
[ Miami. During the war she
ved with the Red Cross motor
ps. Son of the late Mr. and
s. Harry Stevens, her fiance
graduate of the University
| Illinois medical school.
He served four years as bat-
on surgeon with General Pat-
army and received the
lonze star. He is presently in
bctice on Miami Beach.
Miss Rubin, Lt. Hammond
Plan Wedding In June
A June ceremony is planned
by Rosemond Frances Rubin for
her wedding to Lt. Daniel Ham-
mond, U.S.A. Their engagement
was revealed recently by Mrs.
Oida C. Rubin, 5901 N. Bayshore
dr., mother of the bride-elect.
A medical corps officer, Lt.
Hammond is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Hammond of Balti- j
more, Md. He is stationed at
Perry Point Veterans' hospital,
near Baltimore.
Miss Rubin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High school and is at-
tending Goucher College in Balti-
more. Her fiance graduated from
Johns Hopkins University and the
University of Maryland school of
medicine. He is a member of
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta
Epsilon, medical fraternity.
Sharon Wolff Betrothal
To H. A. Pierce Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B.
Wolff, 1435 Alton id., Miami
Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Sha-
ron Joyce Wolff, to Henry Allen
Nessel, Samel Marriagt
June 1 In Charlotte
Sharon Patricia Nessel and
Hanis Narvin Samel will be mar-
ried on June 1 in Charlotte, N. C.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Freed-
man. 1232 Lincoln id., and Wash-
ington, Pa.
After graduating from high
PAGE ELEVEN
.:
pmice Moss Announces
pth At Dinner Party
ngagement of their daughter,
nice Moss, to Frank M. Marks,
announced by Mr. and Mrs.
Uiam Moss, of Fairlawn, N. J.,
dinner party at Victor's on
day night. Mr. Marks is the
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
iks, 3088 S. W. 20th st.
i graduate of East High school,
Jtterson, N. J.. the bride-elect
|a history major at the Uni-
sityof Miami. She is a mem-
r of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
fr. Marks was a student at the
iversity of Florida prior to
ving three and one-half years
* the Navy. He is now at-
ding law school at the Uni-
'ty of Miami, where he is a
nber of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
%
August wedding will take
! m Fairlawn. N. J.
Schulman Bar Mitzvah
Richard Charles, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241
Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Ga-
bles, will become Bar Mitzvah
tomorrow at Miami Jewish Orth-
odox Congregation. Rabbi Mur-
ray Graucr will officiate. A re-
ception for family and friends
will take place in the synagogue
following the service.
The young man attended MJOC
Talmud ToraB and is a member
of the YM & YWHA of Miami.
He is a student at Coral Gables
Junior High school.
school in Atlanta. Miss Nessel at-
tended the University of Missouri.
Son of Mrs. Sam S. Samel and
the late Mr. Samel, of Gastonia,
N. C. the bridegroom is a gradu-
ate of Belmont Abbey Prepara-
tory school in Belmont. N. C,
and attended North Carolina
State College in Raleigh, previous
to service in the Marines.
Marcia Magun Will Wed
Miami Attorney In N. Y.
The marriage of Marcia Magun
to Seymour J. Simon will take
place in New York on June 22.
Their betrothal was disclosed re-
cently by Mrs. Poide Magun,
mother of the bride-to-be, who
lives at 990 S. W. 11th st.
Miss Magun is a graduate of the
nursing school, St. Raphael's, New
Haven, Conn. Her fiance, son
Of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Simon,
of New York, is a graduate of the
University of Miami law school
and practices law here.
The couple plan a honeymoon
in California, after which they
will reside in Coral Gables.
Rabbi Lehrman Marries
Berkows At Garden Rites
Now honeymooning in Havana
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ber-
kow, who were married by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman on March 30 at
rites in the garden of the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Berkow,
parents of the bridegroom.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Hornreich, the bride wore a
P- *
Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Pierce, of Danville, Va.
and Madison, N. C. No date has
been set for the wedding.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Miss Wolff attended
the American School of Ballet in
New York. Her fiance attended
the University of North Carolina
and was an officer in the Navy
for three years.
Solomon Bar Mitzvah
A reception at Beth David Con-
gregation tomorrow will follow
the Bar Mitzvah of Philip San-
ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mosc
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Betrothal Made Known
Announcement of the engage-
ment of their daughter, Sandra,
was made in Memphis. Tenn., re-
cently by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bernstein. Donald R. Swerdlin.
the bridegroom-to-bc. is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin,
2851 Sheridan avc, Miami Beach.
The Swcrdlins formerly lived in
Tampa where their son attended
high school and the University of
Tampa. Miss Bernstein was :i
student at the University, where
she pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
During the war Mr. Swerdlin
served with the paratroopers, for
four and one-half years, part of
the time in the European theatre.
The Bernsteins are expected to
visit here in August to complete
plans for the early fall wedding.
Emanon Club Members
Reveal Marriage Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stahl.
244 N. W. 11th ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Sylvia, to Jack H. Bycr, son of
Mrs. Rebekka Byer, 2131 S. W.
24th ter.
Both members of the Miami
"Y" Emanon club, the couple plan
to be married on June 22. The
bride-elect is a member of B'nai
B'rith, Emma Lazarus chapter.
She was educated in schools in
Perth Amboy, N. J. Mr. Byer
attended schools in New Haven,
Conn.
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She was attended by her sister,
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Arthur Hornreich. brother of the
bride, and Maj. Joseph Berkow,
the bridegroom's brother.
Originally from New York, Mrs.
Berkow was graduated from Ab-
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husband from Central High,
Washington. D. C. Formerly of
Alexandria. Va., Mr. Berkow has
a four-year service record with
the Army as a first lieutenant.
He now is in the reserves.
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PAGE TWELVE
*j6nisi> tkrkttan
Your Memory Should
Invite Precautions
FRIDAY. MAY 2,
1947
Scientific investigations indicate that there will be no polio epidemic in Dade
county this summersuch as last summer's terrible scourgeBUT your memory of
that frightful period should cause parents to take every precaution.
SUMMER IS THE CHIEF DANGER PERIOD! Call your doctor im-
mediately, if any of these symptoms appear: headache, nausea, a cold,
upset stomach, muscle soreness or stiffness, unexplained fever. Infantile
paralysis (polio) starts in many different ways, most of them just like a
lot of childhood diseases. BE ON THE SAFE SIDE!
Avoid new contacts. Try not to mingle with crowds. Local health
authorities decide whether schools and other places may remain open.
Don't let your children become overtired. Extreme fatigue makes them
an easier victim. Too strenuous play, late hours, irregular schedules are
possible invitations to attack by polio. Avoid chilling. Don't stay too long
in cold water. Don't swim in polluted waters. Keep clean. Wash hands
before eating. Keep flies and other insects away from food. Don't leave
garbage uncovered.
Consult your family doctor as to the advisability of removal of tonsils
and adenoids, or other mouth and throat surgery, during the usual epi-
demic months.
Don't worry about expenses, if your doctor says it's polio! Get in
touch immediately with the Dade County Chapter of the National Foun-
dation for Infantile Paralysis telephone 3-4398 ... and costs of treat-
ment will be paid, in whole or in part, if you can't pay them yourself .
REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR. Few families, even with sub-
stantial incomes, can meet the full cost. (These services are made possible
through your contributions to the March of Dimes.)
Be guided by sound medical advice. Do everything your doctor ad-
vises. Doctors agree that polio can best be cared for in hospitals. There
is no known cure for polio. Good medical care may prevent or correct
some deformities. Remember, most patients get well and with good care
he majority recover without crippling.
Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memory o.' the
sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this advertisement to aid you in
'ollowing the precautionary rules set out above!
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EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT
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1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Fla.
KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION
1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK
1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami, Fla.
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
5565 Pinetre Dr. Miami Beach. Fla.
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th St. Miami Beach. Ha.
VICTOR'S
Coral Way and 36th St.
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ROBERTS HOTEL
28 W. Flagler St. Miami. Ha.
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
V N. W. 1st St. MiamL Fla.
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE
301 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami. Fla.
NEWTON'S UPHOLSTERING
1326 W. Flagler St. Miami. Ha.
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B.mAY, MAY 2, 1947
jjHJCD to Induct Heads
At Traditional Affair
, traditional spring luncheon
,11 mark the installation of of-
uc.s in the Miami chapter of
L National Home for Jewish
rhildrrn at Denver, Tuesday,
v 6 at noon in the Shelbome
hole! Mrs. Myron Newman will
perform the rites.
Those to be inducted include
Urs. Samuel Kirstein, president;
[Ira Irving Becker, Mrs. George
Seller and Mrs. Isadore Vogel,
rice presidents; Mrs. Albert Dub-
L recording secretary; Mrs.
Samuel Leschel. financial secre-
tary Mrs. Harry Siegel, treas-
urer,' and Mrs. Ben Bloom,
auditor. .
Reservations are obtainable
from Mrs. Uubler at 2205 S. W.
Seventh ave., Miami.
BB Lodge Extends Drive
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge
membership drive has been ex-
tended to May 13 to enable mem-
bers to quality for awards to be
given for submitting 10 or more
new names.
Prizes fur those who meet the
quota include an engraved Egypt-
ian parchment certificate and a
gold menornh pin.
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Dr. Klein Chosen 3-Year
Trustee In JWV Post
Dr. Maurice Klein w;is elected
a 3-year trustee of the Miami
Beach Post No. 330 of Jewish
War Veterans at the April 10
meeting. Trustees named for one
and two-year periods were Sam-
uel A. Rivkind and Burnett Roth
Former past commander of the
Greater Miami Jewish War Vd
erans, Dr. Klein has been a mem.
ber of this post for only two
months, however, his popularity
was sufficient to have caused him
to receive the highest vote as
trustee the first time he was
nominated for any office in the
post.
A leader in civic affairs, he
recently qualified his intention to
run in the Miami Beach council
election of June 3. Campaign
headquarters have been set up at
441 Washington ave.
^Jewlstfhrkilan
PAGE THIRTEEN
Needless deaths from cancer
this year will run between 30 000
and 60,000. T^ey will die mainly
because they lacked the knowl-
edge to seek help early enough
or did not get the treatment they
needed.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi in
business under t ti. fictitious name of
MIAMI PRINTING & ADVERTISING]
:ii t.:2\ N. E. 3rd St., Miami, Fla., In-
tend o> register b ild name with the
clerk of the Circuit C.....t of Dad-
County, Florida.
I.K. iNA BENNETT
ANTIK NT GAITO
WILLIAM L. PALI/OT,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-30
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Conference Considers
Role of American Jewry
Action on major needs in Jew-
ish life marked the twelfth an-
nual conference of the Southeast-
ern region, Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
held in New Orleans April 19-2o'
Isaac S. Heller of New Orleans
was re-elected president and rep-
resentatlve of the Southeastern
region of the UJA. Elected vice
presidents were Marx J. Borod
of Memphis and James L. Per-
niutt of Birmingham. Executive
committee members, representing
i.ll 36 member communities in the
region, were selected.
Conference sessions considered
the role of American Jewry in
meeting local, national and world
obligations; progressive trends in
American Jewish community or-
ganization with broader scope and
greater participation; varied cam-
paign techniques to raise record
-sums in 1947 spring drives; re-
viewed substantial progress in
local and regional child care and
services to the aged and reviewed
principles for improved budget
practice.
Speakers included Dr. William
Haher, University of Michigan,
Am. Arbor; Stanley C. Myers,
Miami, national president, Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds; Philip Bernstein,
New York, associate director,
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds; Donald Ober-
dorfer, Atlanta, and Myron J.
Rothschild, Montgomery, past
presidents. Southeastern region.
Over 200 community leaders
from 10 states attended the con-
ference.
New Postage Stamps
WASHINGTON (JTA).A res-
olution has been introduced in
the house of representatives to
issue a three-cent stamp in honor
of Haym Salomon, Polish Jewish
immigrant who aided the Amer-
ican colonies in their fight for
independence. Salomon was one
of the foremost financiers for the
Continental Congress and sacri-
ficed his personal fortune to
help outfit and feed Washington's
armies.
The post office department
recently issued a similar stamp
to commemorate the 100th anni-
versary of the birth of Joseph
Pulitzer, American publisher,
who rose to world fame after ar-
riving in this country a penni-
. less immigrant. He left a con-
siderable fortune to projects for
[the advancement of the arts.
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Rose chapter, Buil B'rilh
Women, will hold an election
meeting at the home of Esther
Lee Kasrin. 1126 Ocean dr.,
Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SkrA. CI'UB, at 701 R. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Ha., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
< ourt of Da.le County. Florida.
BAMUEL ZIMMERMAN
MAX DUNN
i 2-9-1C-23-S0
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitlous name of
VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2!)76 N. W
Seventh Ave., Miami, Kla.. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
This business, formerly a partner-
ship between Clarence J. Wallace and
Samuel Flesch, is now operated by
the undersigned as sole owner
SAMUEL FLESCH
ISAAC JOPPE,
Attorney for Applicant.
5/8-9-1 6-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SILVERS MARKET, at 1400 N. W
Mh Court, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Flf i'l CUrt f Dade County.
MOB RERKOWITZ
x.,,,.,.., AR*OLI> HURVITZ
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
6/2-S if"n'Si Applicants.
fcNOTiCB IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring to engage In
Url'Tv<"",",','','h" """lions name of
Mv;:\'si.:,t j7u *wnito* gj
Miami Reach, Fla., Intend to register
rw?!5,?J[!th-JIw n"rk "' the Circuit
< .....I of Dade County. Florida.
LILLIAN OIMPEL
rvmx, ,.-.VIVIAN' OIMPEL
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SSTtw'S S5? ,np flcli"'"' name of
>, VS.DRBSS SHOP, at 188-15 N.
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
.... PATJT, S. GREEN
l 18-25 5/2-9-18
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitlous name of
[.AND D GROOERTERIAS, at 378
-V W. Fifth St.. Miami, Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
IRVING S. WEINSTEIN
DAVID V. WEfNSTElN
SJMONHOFF & SIMONHOFF.
Attorneys for Applicants.
' r. '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. E. 6th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ABRAHAM RETSKIN,
.____ Sole Owner.
AMOS BENJAMIN,
Attorney for Abraham Retskln.
4/4-11-18-25 5/8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LINCOLN' ROAD WATCH HOSPITAL
at 337 Lincoln Road. Miami Bnrh
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade CViunty. Florida.
GEORGE H. MARKOWITZ
WA8MAN silver,
Attorneys for Applicant.
'1I-TR-25 5/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARTS SERVICE STATION, at 4602
N. W 32nd Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv.
Florida.
ALFRED D1MEN,
OSCAR G. HALEY.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN.6"'
Attorneys' for Applicants.
I/U-18.2B 5/2-9
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
thn undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SM1LEYS COFFEE SHOPPE, at 1050
N. E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ABRAHAM GALTNSKY
RROCCHA GALTNSKY
WALTER C. KOVNER.
Attornev for Applicants.
4/4-11-1S-25 5/2
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SEROS FOOD CENTER, at 2904 BIs-
cayno Blvd.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to
"eclster said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALBERT BARON
THOMAS SEROPULOS.
Partners
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants.
4,4-11-18-25 5/2
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S. W.
27th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cbuny.
Florida.
WALI.ACE KIRK
CLAIRE KIRK
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN^
Attorneys for Petitioners.
4/25-5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
SV..n??f u'"U"r the 'letitlous name of
SMILI-.i B BAR, at. 446 North Miami
A\enuc, Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Florida' CUrt Dade Counly'
_. HARRY TRACHTMAN
WASMAN & SILVER,
, Attorneys for Applicants.
4/2o a/2-9-16-23
.. JJRDER OF PUBLICATION
IWn7SSLSSSOTr fOCRT OF THE
f''E\'^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT!
florTd! ycfijeMt0"^
EUGENE HAyV.^LLER.
v Plaintiff,
EVELYN MILLER
TO: EVELYN MILLER;e,,dant-
2806 West Avenue 32
wl;?s .A,'UFc,es- California.
to f?l a^RA HRRERY REQUIRED
to file an Appearance In the above
?y?rPe.Km0"." on or before May 10
slon will be entered against von In
ofTlor-i'da*: W"h thC taw" of 'he State
194I7ated th'S 10Ul d3y f Apr"' A D-
E B. LEATHERMAN,
mt.l c'er!f S,f the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Real)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
_____ Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
818 Reynold Rulldlng.
Miami, Florida.
1/11-18-25 :,/2
iv nR.?ER 0F PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
v-l:V5XTH, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT:
IN AND FOR DADE COUN TT
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 108372
ROSE LIPINSKY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL LIPINSKY,
TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKX,"nt-
S?8rV.,f,,h,'iA"^Jer*Iry C-
San Diego, Oallfornla.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an Appearance In the above
divorce motion on or before May 10.
1947. otherwise a Decree Pro Confes-
sion will be entered against you In
accordance with the laws of the State
of Florida.
Dated this 10th day of April, A. D.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
818 Seyhold Rullding,
Miami. Florida.
4/11-18-25 5/2
NOTICE" IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROGERS MEN'S WEAR, at 113 N. E.
79th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RORERT M. GOLDMAN
ETHEL GOLDMAN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
Attorneys for Applicants,
H/4.U-U.M /
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
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:
Yon, 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 Willie Gndson. 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 here of. 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
ho barred. See Section 120 of tho 1933
Probate Act.
Date: April Rth. AD. 1947.
MARIE TAYLOR.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Willie Gadson, deceased.
SILVER, KAPLAN,
DIETZ & LASKY.
Attorney for Administratrix.
4/11-18-25 5/2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19051
In Re: Estate of BEULAH 1RWIN,
also 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 Beulah Irwln, also known
as Beulah 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 offlcw
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
he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date: April 8th. A.D. 1947.
LINTON D. IRWIN,
As Administrator of the Estate
of Beulah Irwln, also known as
Beulah L. Irwln. deceased.
SILVER, KAPLAN,
DIETZ A LASKY, ""
Attorneys for Admlnlitrator.
4/ll-U-M 6/8 72


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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jeistnorldlten
FRIDAY, MAY 2
I '

Temple Israel Observes Twenty-Fifth Anniversary
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. Miami's
Reform Congregation, accepted our invitation to cull the records of the
Temple, which will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary at I gala dinner
Sunday evening. The following paragraphs present information gleaned
from the records prior to his arrival in 1926. Reminisces of his 21 years
of service and some personal observations. -Editor
By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Before I came here, the congregation now known as Temple
Israel of Miami, Florida, grew out of an organization started in
May, 1922, in the home of Mr. Harry V. Simons, of Miami. Mr.
Simons was elected the first president of Temple Israel and Dr.
Salo Stein, first Rabbi.
Philip Ullendorf. then a wealthy resident of Miami, con-
tributed a valuable piece of residence property to be sold and
the proceeds to be used for the new organization. The building
was sold in 1924 and the proceeds were used to purchase the
property on the northwest corner of 14th st. and Third ave.,
upon which was erected a frame _. ., ,
building, the first home of Tern- subject, -Our House Shall Bi .\
pie Israel. Housed Prayei for All Nal as
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan w...- electei
The congregation was named
in Tu. sday, May 11.
community.
first substantial contributor. This
structure was later sold for near-
I started a Men a
in this communitv when Club several times. Bnai B nth.
and if it had not which was a very weak institu-
ting storm which took l'"" and about to break up, was
Feibelman. secretary, had visited place on the Day ol Atonement reorganized by a few men in-
Dr. Kaplan m Cincinnati, and exactly .one month after I came, eluding myself, who met every
Teinple brael to honor of he ^ter a con s fJ
memory of Israel Ullendorf. the Mendelson, :l!: D. j
father of Philip Ullendorf. the vi preildt and Herb(
ly eight times its cost to provide jnduced hml ,o CQme lQ y] ^d )k|V(, ^^ ,o Cm_
for the right of way for what is Dr K;|p].m arrjved Augus| dnnati A[.|.r .1r, st(>mi ,hcre
now Bi5ca\ne civa .,Q ig26 on t|u, steamshi| ut 100 families that left
Services^ were first held in the ..Martha Weems. The local press town I I i they belonged to
Womens Chub rooms, present site gives aC( |Un( ,,, ^ ,; .,, fe [srae, ^ nf ^ ^
of the Walgreen Drug Store at a( ]|m g w CQm_ ,; ( knQw ^
xk Sec,ond.a a"d Jlagk.'; n ngregation. He mempei of a Temple had fa
The next place where a v hl, f.,t S(,,.mon ft dues, so th, etings held
and meetings were held was in .,, (,.n.r;i, ^ lQ ^^ ^ membera :nl
the Y. M. A. rooms in the building ,, ,.v, ptem- ing dues. In fact, it was
Seybold bldg.
ber 3. 1926. and took as his sub- gested that S75.000 be held out
f> r- i o.;_ if. ... -j ij.,uu; I '-" ""' i|M,i\ .i.i ins sun- gcoicu mai ou.vvv uv iieiu OUI
Dr Salo Stem lef us and Rabb J|vt ,.Rabbj ^ im the amount which the Con-
AmericafSrew C ongrSons "*** UPn the V" "f Yom gregation had in order to the
Amencan Heb.cw congiegations. K,ppi, .. b(r ,? i926, salary of the Rabbi, which, how-
were significant in that a few ever. I strenuously opposed, stat-
lervices Miami ling that unless a Congregation
ted by one of the worst was able to support a Rabbi it
hurricanes that the East O I hould not have a Congregation
is evei experienced. The so the present beautiful building
subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon at was erected.
sei vices was "T igethi .
Alone With God."
unioue in theTi^
American Jewry in that the kh
and Reform branches are vJk
mg together in harmony for \t
welfare of Judaism and the com
mumty. It ia with great 5
that.am able to state that ftj
Rabbis have honored me bevond
all my deserving by electing me
eight times in succession as preri.
dent of both these organizatioi.
Another thing of value to the
community accredited to Tem ,
Israel, is the help it extended for
the formation of the Unitarian
Church which is the outstanding
liberal church in America.
.
Sisterhood J?J?J^~
has never disappointed me nor
neglected its work for the welfare
of the Temple. Its chief work
night to discuss ways and means
to strengthen the B'nai B'rith.
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel
was the only organization within
the Temple on which I could rely
Temple Israel on the faculty ot
the university for many
without pay. I tried s
some order into the J(.w 1 Z?*
andfoundinmyfell,,w7ehwS
Rabbis willing workers toIS
e a Rabbiniea. AssocStK
art-Mrs^
irta R^th f .u..... "" ol FW-
Rabbi's time became so great,
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was
elected as assistant rabbi in 1936.
was to.help the religious school. Rabbi Zwitman f w, ds of-
I consider the religious school the fered his st,.vi(.es ^ J
must important part of the Con- '
HAROLD SPAET
building was dedicated some
completion with
;uld on February
Cincinnati. Ohio, was invited to 17 to 19, 1928. A number of dis-
conduct the High Holy Day ser- nguished Rabbis were p
Before the building was tret ted
Work on the present Temple my. "". ^f..1" the Meyer
ture when the steel frame had that ""U' m,ght be leaned fn,m
: on August 4. 1927
b
liu
vices of 1923. and until the (all
of 1924 services were conducted
by laymen. For the High Holy
Day we engaged Rabbi Joseph
Jason, who was instrumental in
building up the Temple, and who
was successful in his insistence on
the erection of the "Jemplc build-
ing at 14th st. and what is now
Biscavne blvd. He resigned Dec.
31. 1925.
After the site on N. E. 14th st
had been sold and the building
demolished, the congregation con-
ducted services in what was then
known as the Central school, on
N. E. First ave. and Third St..
upo,n the site now occupied by the
new post office. Afterwards we
met at various places, the Elks
club, the Masonic Temple on N
W. 15th ave., and finally at the
Seventh Day Adventist church at
S. W. Ninth ave. and Fourth st
The first service at this church
was on April 29, 1927. The rea-
son we left the school building
was because the school board
notified us that in accordance
with the principle of separation
of church and state they were not
permitted to allow religious ser-
vices to be held in the school
building. My letter to them,
which I also published in the
newspapers, stated that I agreed
with them completely. Neverthe-
less, religious services were per-
mitted and are now being per-
mitted in the public schools
against the principle which they
annunciated.
In the early part of 1926. the
present site of Temple Israel was
acquired. Land was broken for
the new building on May 1.
Elaborate ceremonies marked this
occasion. Several distinguished
Miamians spoke. Mr. J. A. Rich-
ter, a generous contributor to
Temple Israel, was appointed to
sell the privilege of digging the
first shovel of ground, and it was
Dr. Kaplan spoke and took as his
old to pioneer members of the
congregation. At these services
including the late Dr. Hyman G
Enelow of Temple Emanu-El of
the City of New York, then the
:ent of the Ci ntral Confer-
ence nf a Rabbis; I):
: Phillipson. ol Congregation
Bnai Israel of Cincinnati. Ohio:
Rabbi Elliot Grafman, of Tampa.
Fla.: Rabbi Martin Friedman, of
cola, Fla : Dr. Julian M n -
genstern, president of the He-
brew Union College, Cincinnati reputation of the Jews who*were
l,ncl rael L. Kaplan, of liere during the boom was a verj
the fact that there were at least
57 vai ieach one think-
ing that he knew exactly what
should be done. There was only
one other C ition herethe
tion that is.
Beth David. I am happy to state
that since I : : ked with
Temple Israi 1 and had a great
joy in d to the dedi-
cation ations.
Temple I ael has enc turaged
every one of these Congregations
ition and has taken
' in the dedicati

The work of cleaning up the
Jacksonville. Fla.
DR. JACOB H KAPLAN
The building tructed
under the supervision
mittee composed of Morns Plant
chairman; Mitchell Wolfson, I) J
Apte. H. I. Homa, Arthur A
Ungar, and Herbert U. Feibel-
man.
Mrs. Morris Plant donated and
was given the honor of lightini
the perpetual light.
The presidents of the organiza-
tion have been: Harry V. Simons,
Dr. M. D. Kate (deceased). Morris
Plant (deceased), Si Mendelson
Louis Zcientz. D. J. Apte Her-
bert U Feibelman. Isaac Levin.
J. Gerald Lewis. Dr. Frank Coret
Leonard Epstein (deceased I Her-
man Wall. Max Orovite and the
present president, Judge Harold
H. Spaet.
? ?
difficult one. I started in by hav-
ing an article in the newspapers
k which they were glad
to print until one day an article
they asked me for did not appear.
I called on Mr. Apte and Mr
Iman to find out the reason
and in a few minutes they found
;ut Beth David Rabbi
had influenced one of the big
' tell the newspapei
; not to publish any article by me
Iso .Punted an ar-
ticle by him at the same time.
There were no Jewish organi-
sations other than the Conserva-
' > ngregation and the Reform
1 en,pie Temple Israel, through
tivity, began agitation for
'y organization, for a loan
ation, which by the way
loaned all its money ,,iii shut its'
.
:"' Israel acted, through
: i nger of Good Will
mat work has now been taken
by many outstanding good
J this community.
noted that at that time there were
nly tWO or three Jews in lh(.
'vholeeM.v that ,o,,k .-, interest in
communal life, All that' is now
;';-' changed. A unJed
>' ''->> community has now
SSL SM? *
Anti-Defamation
ion and then the
ie, I or.
fanned the Conference of Chris
tans and Jews. Wo h ,ri\ L,
standing men to lecture 1
Temple in order to make T^T
hWfJ the cultur.1 cent^Ttt
gregation and I went to Cincin-
nati for a summer course to study
the latest methods of religious
school work. For many years wcjJ
had the finest group of men and
women in the community as
teachers without pay. We had
such teachers as Henry D. Wil-
liams. Leonard Epstein, Mrs. Max
Dobrin. Harry Simonhoff and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Perlmanand
one who is still with the Sunday
school. Mrs. Marie Seligman. Mrs.
Gordon Davis worked as our
librarian, assistant and all-around
helper for many years, most of
the time without pay.
We also had to have a volunteer
choir for some time until our
finances permitted other arrange-
ments. The Religious School
functioned under great difficul-
ties in this particular community
for there were many children
entering the school at all times
and during various months.
which, of course, necessitated
either slowing down the work
and thus making those who had
been there nervous or else con-
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
and during his absence Rabbi
tlnuing the work where it was Kaplan was called back intoac-
and making the newcomers nerv- tive SCIvice. Then Rabbi Tarsh-
ous. All in all. I think our re- ish was called upon to take charge
and upon his leaving Dr. Kaplan
was called upon again. Finally
Rabbi Appelbaum took charge
igious school was a great factor
in the religious lffe of this com-
munity. We had Sunday morn-
ing lectures, we had Sunday eve-; and took "care of all the numer-
nmg entertainments; we worked ous dutics (lf a growing congre-
out a program for every day of gation. Last year, Rabbi Zwit-
>e week, but the Congregation ;man rcturned to his pulpit and is
1 n"\ "-ff y to' that sort of; in full charge of the Congrega-
,hin., madc lt a S0,t of|tion in all its activiti.
combination meeting place and! ,
mg .vents which was sponsored' T cannot hc,p bUt '"',
by one of the Christian ministers that the work of the Tempi
and myself was a f,um held at '" lts v:ir")US
the Fronton which is still remem-
bered by people who were here
at thatnime. It was on February
22, 1931. that Clarence Darrow.
U distinguished Chicago crlm- -.-..^.......
inal lawyer, spoke n "Why I Am gotten in its appreciation tne wi
An Agnostic." Quin O'Brien. Chi- : that when the depression reacnea
cago lawyer, spoke on Catholi-1 us I voluntarily reduced my
cism; John E. Norman for the
I rotesta,,, faith. and kc
Why 1 Am a Jew."
interests would
hardly be possible without the
consecrated and wholehearted
services of the office secretary,
Mrs. Louis Zeientz.
The congregation has never for-
MVe;y Shortly after I came her...
Mr. Ellard Kohn came to me and
Pioposed that we start a Jewish
newspaper. I had no time for
* venture, hut I promised to
write the editorials and a few
lnBS' Bnd we na>w the
PaPer I he Jewish Unity, which
"as my hobby all mv life The
SUET d!u ""l Pi,y financially (I
'- ""thing fromthepaper.and
so Mi. Kohn sold the paper to the
Pre* Jewish FiorSSS, which
vonrtn5rWninimporta',,b-
Vond all dreams of the early days.
Work in which I took real pride
a that ,n which 1 represented
ary 25 per cent and then he
Congregation reduced it st"
more, but to me it was no sa.r-
fice because after all I was dear-
rated to serving the Congregation
and the community and not my-
self. It is with great satisfaction
and thanks to God tiiai I am aw
to see the- growth of the Jcisn
communitv from two t"nBr'*
turns to sevenfrom the mere
discussion of various institutions
to the realization of '^"T
Jewish Federation, the Y.M''_
the charities, the loan BSSodaUoO,
the ever growing Bnai Bri'
and I have only one prayc.-*
the Jewish community may
the example from the Rabbis
continue to act together in nar
mony foi the welfare of the gf
Jewish religion and for the W
ing human family.


^^H
FRIDAY, MAY 2. 1947
Public Health Subject
Of Luncheon Speaker
Tn observance of "Know You.
Public Health Nurse Week," Dr.
Andrew Gottschall will address
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge lunch-
eon this afternoon at 12:15 in the
Downtown club. Dr. Gottschall
is affiliated with Dr. Parren, sur-
geon general, U. S. public health
service.
Subject of his talk will be
"Functions of Public Health" Ser-
vice in Dude County."
^JenlstithridHaf)
Perry Botwin and Harry Dia-
mond, co-chairmen of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith sports pro-
gram committee, are complet-
ing plans for a summer ath-
letic program. A golf tourna-
ment will be played in the
near future, with a bowling
league being established for the
fall.
PAGE FIFTEEN
Coral Gables Jewish Center
members will see two movies
at their next meeting May 4 at
8:15 p.m. They are March of'
Time's picture on Palestine and
"The House I Live In" with
Frank Sinatra.
Sisterhood to Convene
At MJOC On Monday
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes.
ladies' burial society, will meet at
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation Monday, May 5, at 2 p.m.
Reports of the membership drive
will feature the discussion.
At a recent tea party at the
home of Mrs. S. Stone. 1601 S. W.
11th ave., Rabbi Simon April was
guest speaker. He was followed
by Mrs. Stone, who as treasurer
of the group, reported on its fi-
nancial status.
Prayers were read by Mrs.
April and Mrs. S. Geltner.
B'nai B'rith Metropolitan
council will hold a breakfast
meeting Sunday at 10 a.m. in
the Royal Palm hotel dining
room. Chairman pro-tem, Har-
old Turk will preside at the
election of officers and adoption
of a constitution.
Jewish National Workers al-
liance will meet Monday, May
12. at the Miami Beach Y.M. &
W.H.A., 1 Lincoln rd. A liter-
ary program has been arranged.
In cooperation with the Pioneer
Women, JNWA is planning a
Shevuoth party on May 25 at
the National hotel.
B'nai B'rith Lodge Shows
Moving Pictures at 'Y'
Motion pictures will be shown
at the meeting of the Miami
Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, which
is slated for 8:15 on Tuesday,
May 6, at the Beach YM & WHA.
Movies to be presented are:
"Don't Be a Sucker," with Paul
Lukas; "One People," a techni-
color cartoon, narrated by Ralph
Bellamy, and a Charlie Chaplin
short.
The affair was arranged by
Harry Zukernick, program chair-
man. Walter Kovner is presi-
dent of the lodge.

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FRIDAY. MAY 2
'

Histadruth Ivrith Lists
Contest Rules for Rabbis
To stimulate interest in the He-
brew language and culture, His-
tadruth Ivrith (National Organi-
zation for Hebrew Culture) has
asked rabbinical students and
young rabbis to submit papers for
a contest. The subject of the
essays is "The Place and Value
of Hebrew in the Life of the Jew-
ish People."
Histadruth Ivrith will award
two prizes, a first prize of $100
an-i a second prize of $50 for the
two best essays of no less than
2,0^0 and no more than 3,000
wo-ds, which should reach the
of'.ce of the Histadruth not later
th:.n May 15. 1347.
Some of the other rules provide
that the contest is open to rabbin-
ical students in their graduating
classes or to young rabbis three
years after their graduation. The
p. | lts or essays could be written
in either Hebrew or English and
should be able to serve as ser-
mon from the pulpit or a lecture
from a public platform. All pa-
pers become the property of the
Histadruth Ivrith and may be
published by it in the "Hadoar,"
Hebrew World, or used in any
other form.
Information Wanted
Information is being sought of
Nathan Rubin who disappeared
from his home in Brooklyn, N. Y.
in July, 1946. and since when has
failed to communicate with or
contribute toward the support "of
h:s wife and minor daughter, as
a result of which they are cur-
rently in destitute circumstances
and in dire need of his financial
assistance. Mr. Rubin was born
in London, England, in July,
1906. is 5 ft. 7 in. tall, weighs 185
pounds, has brown hair, brown
eyes. He was a post office clerk
prior to his disappearance. Any-
one aware of his location is re-
quested to communicate with the
National Desertion Bureau, 67 W.
47th St., New York 19, N. Y.
According to a communication
from the Location Service of
HIAS, Olmer Perla. now located
at Frauenberg 46, Kr. Erding,
Germany, U. S. zone, is seeking
his grandfather, Isaac Olmer,
who is presently in Florida. Any-
one knowing of his whereabouts
is requested to contact Anna D.
Daniels, assistant secretary. Hol-
lywood Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, P. O. Box 661, Hollvwood,
Fla.
Rosenbaum twins. Sybil and
Doris, of BBG No. 1. were win-
ners of a debate contest recent-
ly sponsored by Rose chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women. A
plaque was presented lo them
by Gloria Farkas.
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mam PAGE FOURTEEN +Jeistnorldlten FRIDAY, M AY 2 I Temple Israel Observes Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. Miami's Reform Congregation, accepted our invitation to cull the records of the Temple, which will mark the twenty-fifth anniversary at I gala dinner Sunday evening. The following paragraphs present information gleaned from the records prior to his arrival in 1926. Reminisces of his 21 years of service and some personal observations. -Editor By JACOB H. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Before I came here, the congregation now known as Temple Israel of Miami, Florida, grew out of an organization started in May, 1922, in the home of Mr. Harry V. Simons, of Miami. Mr. Simons was elected the first president of Temple Israel and Dr. Salo Stein, first Rabbi. Philip Ullendorf. then a wealthy resident of Miami, contributed a valuable piece of residence property to be sold and the proceeds to be used for the new organization. The building was sold in 1924 and the proceeds were used to purchase the property on the northwest corner of 14th st. and Third ave., upon which was erected a frame „ _. ., „ building, the first home of Ternsubject, -Our House Shall Bi .\ pie Israel. Housed Prayei for All Nal as Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan w...electei The congregation was named in Tu. sday, May 11. community. first substantial contributor. This structure was later sold for nearI started a Men a in this communitv when Club several times. Bnai B nth. and if it had not which was a very weak instituting storm which took l'"" and about to break up, was Feibelman. secretary, had visited place on the Day ol Atonement reorganized by a few men inDr. Kaplan m Cincinnati, and exactly .one month after I came, eluding myself, who met every Teinple brael to honor of he ^ ter a con s fJ memory of Israel Ullendorf. the Mendelson :l!: D j father of Philip Ullendorf. the vi preild £ t and Herb( ly eight times its cost to provide jnduced hml o CQme lQ y] ^ d )K|V( ^^ o Cm for the right of way for what is Dr K;|p] m arrjved „„ Augus| dnnati A[ | r 1R st(>mi hcre now Bi 5 ca\ne civa ., Q ig26 on t|u steamshi| ut 100 families that left Services^ were first held in the .. Martha Weems The local press town I I i they belonged to Womens Chub rooms, present site gives aC( |Un( ,,, ^ ; .,, fe [srae ^ nf ^ ^ of the Walgreen Drug Store at a( ]|m g w CQm ; ( knQw ^ XK Sec ond a a d J lagk .'; n ngregation. He mempei of a Temple had fa The next place where a %  v hl f „., t S( ,,. mon ft dues, so th, etings held and meetings were held was in .,, ( ,. n r;i ^ lQ ^^ ^ membera :nl „ the Y. M. A. rooms in the building ,, ,. v pteming dues. In fact, it was Seybold bldg. ber 3. 1926. and took as his subgested that S75.000 be held out •f> ri o.„;_ if. ... -j IJ.,UU; I • '•-"• •""' i |M, i\ .i.i ins sungcoicu mai ou.vvv uv iieiu OUI Dr Salo Stem lef us and Rabb J|vt ,. Rabbj ^ im the amount which the ConAmericafSrew C ongrSons !" "***• UP n the V f Yom gregation had in order to !" the Amencan Heb.cw congiegations. K ppi .. b(r ? i 92 6, salary of the Rabbi, which, howwere significant in that a few ever. I strenuously opposed, statlervices Miami ling that unless a Congregation ted by one of the worst was able to support a Rabbi it hurricanes that the East O I hould not have a Congregation— is evei experienced. The so the present beautiful building subject of Dr. Kaplan's sermon at was erected. • sei vices was "T igethi • Alone With God." unioue in theTi^ American Jewry in that the kh and Reform branches are vJk mg together in harmony f or \t welfare of Judaism and the com mumty. It ia with gre at 5 that.am able to state that ftj Rabbis have honored me bevond all my deserving by electing me eight times in succession as preri. dent of both these organizatioi. Another thing of value to the community accredited to Tem Israel, is the help it extended for the formation of the Unitarian Church which is the outstanding liberal church in America. • • Sisterhood J?J?J^£~ has never disappointed me nor • neglected its work for the welfare of the Temple. Its chief work night to discuss ways and means to strengthen the B'nai B'rith. The Sisterhood of Temple Israel was the only organization within the Temple on which I could rely Temple Israel on the faculty ot the university for many !" without pay. I tried s some order into the J ( w 1 Z?* andfoundinmyfell,, w 7e h w S Rabbis willing workers to IS e a Rabbiniea. AssocStK art-Mrs^ irta R^th „f .u "" ol F WRabbi's time became so great, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman was elected as assistant rabbi in 1936. was to.help the religious school. Rabbi Zwitman f w, ds ofI consider the religious school the fered his st ,. vi( es „, ^ J must important part of the Con' HAROLD SPAET building was dedicated some completion with ; uld on February Cincinnati. Ohio, was invited to 17 to 19, 1928. A number of disconduct the High Holy Day ser• nguished Rabbis were p Before the building was tret ted Work on the present Temple my "£". ^f.. 1 the Meyer ture when the steel frame had that "" U m,ght be leaned fn,m : on August 4. 1927 b liu vices of 1923. and until the (all of 1924 services were conducted by laymen. For the High Holy Day we engaged Rabbi Joseph Jason, who was instrumental in building up the Temple, and who was successful in his insistence on the erection of the "Jemplc building at 14th st. and what is now Biscavne blvd. He resigned Dec. 31. 1925. After the site on N. E. 14th st had been sold and the building demolished, the congregation conducted services in what was then known as the Central school, on N. E. First ave. and Third St.. upo,n the site now occupied by the new post office. Afterwards we met at various places, the Elks club, the Masonic Temple on N W. 15th ave., and finally at the Seventh Day Adventist church at S. W. Ninth ave. and Fourth st The first service at this church was on April 29, 1927. The reason we left the school building was because the school board notified us that in accordance with the principle of separation of church and state they were not permitted to allow religious services to be held in the school building. My letter to them, which I also published in the newspapers, stated that I agreed with them completely. Nevertheless, religious services were permitted and are now being permitted in the public schools against the principle which they annunciated. In the early part of 1926. the present site of Temple Israel was acquired. Land was broken for the new building on May 1. Elaborate ceremonies marked this occasion. Several distinguished Miamians spoke. Mr. J. A. Richter, a generous contributor to Temple Israel, was appointed to sell the privilege of digging the first shovel of ground, and it was Dr. Kaplan spoke and took as his old to pioneer members of the congregation. At these services including the late Dr. Hyman G Enelow of Temple Emanu-El of the City of New York, then the :ent of the Ci ntral Conference nf A Rabbis; I): : Phillipso n. ol Congregation Bnai Israel of Cincinnati. Ohio: Rabbi Elliot Grafman, of Tampa. Fla.: Rabbi Martin Friedman, of cola, Fla : Dr. Julian M n genstern, president of the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati reputation of the Jews who*were l,ncl rael L. Kaplan, of liere during the boom was a verj the fact that there were at least 57 vai i—each one thinking that he knew exactly what should be done. There was only one other C ition here—the tion— that is. Beth David. I am happy to state that since I :• : ked with Temple Israi 1 and had a great joy in %  d to the dedication ations. Temple I ael has enc turaged every one of these Congregations ition and has taken in the dedicati • • • The work of cleaning up the Jacksonville. Fla. DR. JACOB H KAPLAN The building tructed under the supervision mittee composed of Morns Plant chairman; Mitchell Wolfson, I) J Apte. H. I. Homa, Arthur A Ungar, and Herbert U. Feibelman. Mrs. Morris Plant donated and was given the honor of lightini the perpetual light. The presidents of the organization have been: Harry V. Simons, Dr. M. D. Kate (deceased). Morris Plant (deceased), Si Mendelson Louis Zcientz. D. J. Apte Herbert U Feibelman. Isaac Levin. J. Gerald Lewis. Dr. Frank Coret Leonard Epstein (deceased I Herman Wall. Max Orovite and the present president, Judge Harold H. Spaet. &f &f • difficult one. I started in by having an article in the newspapers k which they were glad to print until one day an article they asked me for did not appear. I called on Mr. Apte and Mr Iman to find out the reason and in a few minutes they found ; ut Beth David Rabbi had influenced one of the big tell the newspapei ; not to publish any article by me Iso .Punted an article by him at the same time. There were no Jewish organisations other than the Conserva' '• > %  ngregation and the Reform 1 en,pie Temple Israel, through %  tivity, began agitation for •'y organization, for a loan ation, which by the way loaned all its money ,,iii shut its' • • : "' Israel acted, through %  : i nger of Good Will mat work has now been taken by many outstanding good %  J this community. £ noted that at that time there were •nly tWO or three Jews in lh( %  vholeeM.v that ,o,, k .-,„ interest in communal life, All that' is now ;';-'• changed. A unJed %  >' •'•' %  ->> community has now SSL SM? Anti-Defamation ion and then the ie, I or. fanned the Conference of Chris tans and Jews. Wo h ,ri \ L, standing men to lecture 1 Temple in order to m ake T^T hWfJ the cultur.1 cent^Ttt gregation and I went to Cincinnati for a summer course to study the latest methods of religious school work. For many years wcjJ had the finest group of men and women in the community as teachers without pay. We had such teachers as Henry D. Williams. Leonard Epstein, Mrs. Max Dobrin. Harry Simonhoff and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perlman—and one who is still with the Sunday school. Mrs. Marie Seligman. Mrs. Gordon Davis worked as our librarian, assistant and all-around helper for many years, most of the time without pay. We also had to have a volunteer choir for some time until our finances permitted other arrangements. The Religious School functioned under great difficulties in this particular community for there were many children entering the school at all times and during various months. which, of course, necessitated either slowing down the work and thus making those who had been there nervous or else conRABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN and during his absence Rabbi tlnuing the work where it was Kaplan was called back intoacand making the newcomers nervtive SCI vice. Then Rabbi Tarshous. All in all. I think our reis h was called upon to take charge and upon his leaving Dr. Kaplan was called upon again. Finally Rabbi Appelbaum took charge igious school was a great factor in the religious lffe of this community. We had Sunday morning lectures, we had Sunday eve-; and took "care of all the numernmg entertainments; we worked ous dutics (lf a g ro wing congreout a program for every day of gation Last ye ar, Rabbi Zwit>e week, but the Congregation ; m an rct urned to his pulpit and is 1 n "\ "-ff y to that sort of; in full charge of the Congrega,hin., madc lt a S0,t of | t ion in all its activiti. combination meeting place and! w the PaPer I he Jewish Unity, which "as my hobby all mv life The SUET d !u "" l Pi,y financially (I '""thing f romthep aper.and so Mi. Kohn sold the paper to the Pre* !" Jewish FiorSSS, which vonrtn5 r Wninimporta ,b Vond all dreams of the early days. Work in which I took real pride %  a that n which 1 represented ary 25 per cent and then he Congregation reduced it st more, but to me it was no sa.rfice because after all I was dearrated to serving the Congregation and the community and not myself. It is with great satisfaction and thanks to God tiiai I am aw to see thegrowth of the Jcisn communitv from two t" n B r '* turns to seven—from the mere discussion of various institutions to the realization of '^"T Jewish Federation, the Y.M•'' %  •_ the charities, the loan BSSodaUoO, the ever growing Bnai Bri' and I have only one prayc. %  -* the Jewish community may the example from the Rabbis continue to act together in nar mony foi the welfare of the gf Jewish religion and for the W ing human family.



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PAGE FOUR *J(*istFkrkfiar FRIDAY, MAY v • i Editorial A BUSY WEEK A difficult task iaces those interested is communal activity the coming week. It is a far cry from the day when il MRU possible to be present ct every major activity and also ta.-te an active part in the doings. There now exist some 85 local Jewish organizations, all with energetic programs that ::.. toi time and energy. The complaint that a clearance bureau is ineffective will have to continue. It will be an impossibility to have days zr.z dates set aside for all major events. Yes. this week will be c difficult one in which to be present at the importer.: activities. The Miami Beach YM & WHA will break ground Sun afternoon for a new building. A review those interest in the construction project reveals the importance its citizenry place in the necessity for cdegucte facilities and a home of its own. We congratulate the Beach Y cr. the progress thus far. We urge strongly, immediate construction re: M soon as people see that the Beach Y meani business that much sooner will they join and make possible the funds needed to complete the project Sunday evening Temple Israel, Miami Reform C will mark its twenty-fifth cnr.iversary. The o!ri-timers v.-.;; --a-.he: to reminisce at a Jubilee Anniversary Dinner. An entirely dil ferent community in contrast to that of the early twenties presents itself as Temple Isrcel's contribution to the growth of a community now ranking among the nation s fifteen largest. Ou: felicitations to Temple Israel. Our thanks to its spiritual '.ezze: and noble minded officers who through the years filled z \ in our midst thct helped provide a foundation for the Gre-te: Miami of today zr.d the years to come. Timed to coincide with the public attention given : settling of the Palestine problem Zionist Action Week w locally feature a series of meetings culminating in a monstei sympathy parade and mass meeting next Thursday in Micmi Beach. Needless to reiterate that the future of the Jewish Commonwealth is far from settled. The outlook is none toe optimistic. Pro-Zionist in our policy, we have a determined belief and conviction that nothing but a Jewish Commonwealth in every sense of the word will prove adequcte to establish the position of world Jewry. Palestine will save thousands of lives and serve a= a protectorate of the future. No stone must be left unturned to achieve the establishment of a homeland. Join with every right thinking American who believes in justice and righteousness and voice your sentiments this coming week. The Jews at Warsaw who fought to their death rather thqn submit to the Nazi invader will be honored at a Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Service Sunday, May 4, at Bayfront Park auditorium. It is four years since that eventful day on April 19, Jews cramped between narrow ghetto walls in Warsaw with weapons in hand faced the overwhelming might of the Nazi forcee, the most terrible enemy that the Jewish people ever had. The revolt in the Warsaw Ghetto was the answer of the fighting Jewish people against tyranny and oppression and persecution and obliteration. Never to be forgotten is the example portrayed by this epic. With their blood they sanctified the honor of the Jewish people. The observance of this occasion cannot be questioned. There 18 much to be written on the way this affair was handled and will be the subject of a future comment. BEACH T HOLDS DEDICATION RITES .ed from Page t) e made by Weinkle. Bertvkind, LouH• .g v. .. Rudy Adlcr Judge J B. ;.:• %  A Berman \ -Bud" Cutler, p Jt council, will Talks ted minutes cied:ShulAi hie N • i n. Leo HuL Goldberg Paul % % %  : %  :.: %  D M B M M It n Sii kin and .... | When completed the sew YM St WHA | .,., .. I %  • -• • n :':' -conditioi ..:: i 12 ut %  • isinesi %  F td eatiori unds • asketvoll lit 5 for iff] board and These major functions along with a brunch of the Miami Y, also on Sunday, to make plans to secure the balance of money necessary to continue and finish the new building and dozens of other functions line up a busy week for Miami Jewry. 5900,000 Figure Reached In Local CJA Campaign '' Page 1) campaign pe:' illy ended, the ex tive coi I :'• ition has ed the sum of S900.000 to idget tri• the 52 m< gen :' .'.hi :. m servi Great* r Miami and include the YM. & V W H.A.' %  '. :. I Bureau of Jewish Edutioi Home for the ishruth, Baron de Hi in fund. Mt. Sinai : N >nal Council of n The budget cornwill di.funds • thi next n -'O.ono. il was pointed thi largest : in Gn itei Miami :riu.il needs by any group of 'Thi sponse :ht of ou /erand I out c immunity," Mr. Myi Mr ed confidence that the clean-up of outstanding s and •-• would total raised to ov< r a n dollars. D Singi r, this %  .. ar*s ft dinated mof Mt. Sii pita! and -'•• i J' •' %  V| : .!. re' that thi G i iter Miami • !i %  '' %  • ation :.undertaking iltaneous :ns to Mt Sinai hospital and raisefunds foi local and overseas Jewish welfare agencies assumed a The combined goals exceed three and a half million dollars. "1 am confident," VfRE'BUG'AI WORK' HEBREW ACADEMY BUYS CHURCH FOR YESHIVA (Continued Iri.in Payr 11 dents; Samuel N. Grundwerg, S im Ri nhard I nanc1,11 M nd Aaron S L.iuer tary. Dr. Irwin H. Makovmedical director and IsaGoldberg, chairman of the membership committee. Building committee is chaired by Harry Levitt. Hi assisted in his work by J icob Steinberg, Mitchell Rein.:-. S. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE, Muctly eonficknUal (Copyright. 1946. Sevan ArU Ftature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON Still Asking: We've asked about H. R 2848 before This hill *'"* Dill, 0UtlsJ anti-Semitic propaganda, has been introduced in th e u Representatives by Congressman Charles A. Bucklev J*' strong bill which specifies anti-Semitism and demands ii'' pression But somehow a strange silence surrounds this eous action by Buckley its coun Broadway Gossip: Marilyn Cantor, popular songstress at New York's "L? Bleu." plays a bit part in United Artists* "Carnegie Hall" \J stars Jascha Heifetz "Just to be able to hear Mr. Heifetz said Marilyn Charlie Chaplin is planning another comedy i with Martha Rave Did Dick White, singer at the Ri 0 Cah croon to audiences at the Copacabana as Eddie Fisher a vk back ". Benny Fields packing them in at the Copa after % years away from the Gay Way The Marx Brothers may* technicolor picture for Ben Hecht Milton Berle's radio p::on will be taken up for three years^if and when U, Mrs Bob Weiscopf (he helps Fred Allen script those Sundav'shot are proud parents of a 6 lb. Kim—mazeltov Danny Kavc •(, :ng Anita Alvarez and Don Richards backstage after seeing "Finn Rainbow" They all worked together years ago at Camp Ta. ment up-state Luther Adler is cinema-senpting Jack Ian Profit By Experience" Harry Herschfield's comments on Ha, Wallace and Charlie Chaplin are very clever Clever wars running them down without discussing the issues they raise.] I Bruce will name her baby Julie—if a girl ... CANDLE LIGHTING 6:40 P. M. E WEEK MASS RALLY (Continued from Page 1) lion Week. Co-Chairmen Harry Simonhoff and Jack Burris said: Events of the last 25 years, and in particular the experience of the last war. have proved the and urgent necessity of fulfilling the high purpose of the Balfour declaration and the mandate, subscribed to by 52 nations after World War I. "The phenomenal growth of the Jewish National Home was vindicated the vision of the world in 1922. symbolized by the action of the League of Nations in approving the Palestine mandate. '"The tragic fate of the Jews of Europe, six million of whom were destroyed by Hitler savagely, and the failure of Great Britain to execute its responsibility, have accentuated the urgency of action to enable the destitute and impoverished survivors to rebuild their lives in the land of their choice." Abraham Goodman, national treasurer of the Zionist Organization of America, is honorary chairman of Palestine Action Week and Harry Sirkin is treasurer. Headquarters have been set up in room 412 of the Congress bldg. Loca*l residents are asked to write or telegraph immediately ) the President of the United urging that this nation champion the Zionist cause before United Nations, and write Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard Holland and Representative Geo. Smathers, asking their support. *Jenist Ik,, I, tr Published every Friday since 1927 by The Jewish Flor.dian at 120 N. E. 5o>th street. Miami 18. Florida. En,S£ a econ MJ in the Community, a W Rabbi Lehrman. It wa*" by Rabbi Grauer, Invocation.' read by Rabbi Held at the r, <' *% M's. M. lhc p i meeting Monday *#£% a presentation of apaP* ofW by *£gZ a ,-tudy, "Sunday ReS ices/' by BabbiRaab. Tuesday nu.rning e%e • pj cha.rmaned by Kab, iO* bi Kauffman reJd a £ „, | UtU d P t^ K Sar-P Pentateuch. nd ^L,^ serntfi sented a paper on T^ ick What Should It %  a discussed by Rabbi *P others. luncheon. ^ At the clo-mf; lu n^ da afternoon, R c ^ read a Taim" 3nC e • % %  Must Ritual Obser ^ Intent." Grac. Rabbi Uhiruan



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DAY, MAY 2, 1947 liss Bernstein Engaged Beach Physician I |by 27 wedding is planned • Miss' Charlotte Bernstein and \. Theodore Stevens, whose ent was revealed by her nts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berntin, of the Walburne hotel. |The bride-elect is a graduate Miami Beach Senior High >1 and attended the Univers[ Miami. During the war she ved with the Red Cross motor ps. Son of the late Mr. and s. Harry Stevens, her fiance graduate of the University | Illinois medical school. He served four years as baton surgeon with General Patarmy and received the lonze star. He is presently in bctice on Miami Beach. Miss Rubin, Lt. Hammond Plan Wedding In June A June ceremony is planned by Rosemond Frances Rubin for her wedding to Lt. Daniel Hammond, U.S.A. Their engagement was revealed recently by Mrs. Oida C. Rubin, 5901 N. Bayshore dr., mother of the bride-elect. A medical corps officer, Lt. Hammond is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hammond of Baltij more, Md. He is stationed at Perry Point Veterans' hospital, near Baltimore. Miss Rubin is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and is attending Goucher College in Baltimore. Her fiance graduated from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland school of medicine. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fraternity. Sharon Wolff Betrothal To H. A. Pierce Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff, 1435 Alton id., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Joyce Wolff, to Henry Allen Nessel, Samel Marriagt June 1 In Charlotte Sharon Patricia Nessel and Hanis Narvin Samel will be married on June 1 in Charlotte, N. C. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Freedman. 1232 Lincoln id., and Washington, Pa. After graduating from high PAGE ELEVEN .:• pmice Moss Announces pth At Dinner Party ngagement of their daughter, nice Moss, to Frank M. Marks, announced by Mr. and Mrs. Uiam Moss, of Fairlawn, N. J., dinner party at Victor's on day night. Mr. Marks is the of Mr. and Mrs. Charles iks, 3088 S. W. 20th st. i graduate of East High school, Jtterson, N. J.. the bride-elect |a history major at the Uni%  sityof Miami. She is a memr of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. fr. Marks was a student at the iversity of Florida prior to ving three and one-half years the Navy. He is now atding law school at the Uni'ty of Miami, where he is a nber of Pi Lambda Phi fra% August wedding will take m Fairlawn. N. J. Schulman Bar Mitzvah Richard Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables, will become Bar Mitzvah tomorrow at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Rabbi Murray Graucr will officiate. A reception for family and friends will take place in the synagogue following the service. The young man attended MJOC Talmud ToraB and is a member of the YM & YWHA of Miami. He is a student at Coral Gables Junior High school. school in Atlanta. Miss Nessel attended the University of Missouri. Son of Mrs. Sam S. Samel and the late Mr. Samel, of Gastonia, N. C. the bridegroom is a graduate of Belmont Abbey Preparatory school in Belmont. N. C, and attended North Carolina State College in Raleigh, previous to service in the Marines. Marcia Magun Will Wed Miami Attorney In N. Y. The marriage of Marcia Magun to Seymour J. Simon will take place in New York on June 22. Their betrothal was disclosed recently by Mrs. Poide Magun, mother of the bride-to-be, who lives at 990 S. W. 11th st. Miss Magun is a graduate of the nursing school, St. Raphael's, New Haven, Conn. Her fiance, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Simon, of New York, is a graduate of the University of Miami law school and practices law here. The couple plan a honeymoon in California, after which they will reside in Coral Gables. Rabbi Lehrman Marries Berkows At Garden Rites Now honeymooning in Havana are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berkow, who were married by Rabbi Irving Lehrman on March 30 at rites in the garden of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Berkow, parents of the bridegroom. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hornreich, the bride wore a P. %  Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pierce, of Danville, Va. and Madison, N. C. No date has been set for the wedding. A graduate of Miami Beach High school, Miss Wolff attended the American School of Ballet in New York. Her fiance attended the University of North Carolina and was an officer in the Navy for three years. Solomon Bar Mitzvah A reception at Beth David Congregation tomorrow will follow the Bar Mitzvah of Philip Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mosc Solomon, 1900 S. W. 17th tor. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. GOOD TASTE in AIRCRAFT IE FOUR-PLACE PERSONAL PLANE THE PILOT'S PLANE 120 and 140 Cessna LANDINGS UNLIMITED AMPHIBIAN F UGHT DEMONSTRATIONS BY APPOINTMENT CALL MR. SKIRM—48-1772 Embry SCHOOL 0 CH.DI AIRCRAFT C APMAN FIELD ddle IITI0I SALES SOUTH OF MIAMI Bernstein-Swerdlin Betrothal Made Known Announcement of the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, was made in Memphis. Tenn., recently by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernstein. Donald R. Swerdlin. the bridegroom-to-bc. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin, 2851 Sheridan avc, Miami Beach. The Swcrdlins formerly lived in Tampa where their son attended high school and the University of Tampa. Miss Bernstein was :i student at the University, where she pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. During the war Mr. Swerdlin served with the paratroopers, for four and one-half years, part of the time in the European theatre. The Bernsteins are expected to visit here in August to complete plans for the early fall wedding. Emanon Club Members Reveal Marriage Plans Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stahl. 244 N. W. 11th ave., announce the engagement of their daughter. Sylvia, to Jack H. Bycr, son of Mrs. Rebekka Byer, 2131 S. W. 24th ter. Both members of the Miami "Y" Emanon club, the couple plan to be married on June 22. The bride-elect is a member of B'nai B'rith, Emma Lazarus chapter. She was educated in schools in Perth Amboy, N. J. Mr. Byer attended schools in New Haven, Conn. | white suit and an orchid corsage. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Yetta Grcenstein, in a gray gown and gardenia corsage. Harold Berkow was his brother's best man. Serving as ushers were Arthur Hornreich. brother of the bride, and Maj. Joseph Berkow, the bridegroom's brother. Originally from New York, Mrs. Berkow was graduated from Abraham Lincoln High school; her husband from Central High, Washington. D. C. Formerly of Alexandria. Va., Mr. Berkow has a four-year service record with the Army as a first lieutenant. 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Jtwyyaoiniidliigun ~nom& !" *#THE JEWISH UNI 777 Cvrii THE JEWISH WE EKLY FJglcPj uMBER 18 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1947 !a ch "Y" Dedication Community Center PRICE: TEN CENTS kcial to The Jewish Floridian) than 2,n00 persons are [Ved to flock to 15th ter. and rd \iiami Beach, Sunday the YM & WHA dedicate (association's new $775,000 Lnity center. Hication ceremonies will get • way at 2 p.m. with invoca\s Rabbi Irving Lehrman of fiami Beach Jewish Center. dedication, to be broadcast IflNZ. will be featured by addresses by prominent Ints of Greater Miami. No I will be solicited during the boon, lediction will be by Rabbi Kronish of Temple Beth Im and Rabbi Moses Meslf of Beth Jacob Congregak'ill offer greetings on be\i the Rabbinical Association Jeater Miami. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Wil(jarry of St. Patrick's church pring the greetings of his The Rev. C. Roy Angell, lent of the Greater Miami krial Association, has also (invited to participate. rogram of recreation followke dedication has been arby Committee Chairman Bertman. Highlight of Jcreational program will be games between fathers )ns and mothers and daughWeinkle, president of the 111 turn the first piece of parking the beginning of uction work, Short talks [Continued on page 4) mm GHETTO SERVICE SUNDAY A program has been completed for the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Service to take place Sunday at 8 p. m. in Bayfront Park auditorium. Featured speakers are Rev. Joseph Barth, pastor of the Miami Unitarian church, B. Z. Goldberg, columnist of The Day, and S. Almazov, national director of the Black Book committee. The Black Book, a documentary of Nazi atrocities used at the Nuremberg trials, will be available at the service. The publication was prepared by a committee appointed by the World Jewish Congress, Jewish AntiFascist Committee of USSR, Vaad Leumi of Palestine and the American Committee of Jewish Writers, Artists and Scientists. Cantor Louis D. Feder, congregation Beth Jacob, will present musical selections and Miss Ruth Brotman, soprano, will sing "Rachem." Also appearing will be the Jewish Folk Chorus, under the direction of Louis Powesky. The event, sponsored by the Warsaw Ghetto Memorial Committee, will honor the Jews who fought a 42-day battle to their death during April and May. 1943, exemplifying the spirit of the battle for Jewish survival. Parade, Mass Rally Climax Local Action For Palestine Week Activities ach Church Bought Hebrew Academy er Miami Hebrew Acadnnounces the purchase of Methodist church, Jeflave. and Sixth St., Miami | to house its activities. A deposit on the $45,000 cost en made and possession are expected in 30 days. 000 alteration program is A series of activities held to raise funds to (mate the purchase. property is 100 by 140 feet with a building surroundspacious vacant grounds, [classrooms are in the F e which also contains an Pum having a seating caV 300. There is a kitchen will be utilized to serve B 's to students. The present organization is the aftermath of three years of effort on the part of local residents and visitors to establish a Yeshiva. Present executive director. Rabbi Norman N. Eller, reveals that there are at present 24 children enrolled in the kindergarten and first grade classes. Additional grades will be added next year. Offering both standard English and Hebrew instruction, the academy is approved by the Dade County Board of Public Instruction. Officers in the organization are: Dr. David S. Andron, president; A. M. Bear, Joseph Rosenzweig and Ira Rosenzweig, vice presi(Continued on page 4) Timed to coincide with the* consideration of the Palestine' mandate by the United Nations. Palestine Action Week has been designated for the week of May 4, it was announced yesterday by Harry Simonhoff and Jack Burris. co-chairmen of the Zionist Emergency Council of Greater Miami, sponsoring organization. Purpose of Palestine Action Week, which is part of a nationwide demonstration, is to focus the attention of the American public on the Palestine question and to rally support for the Zionist aims to open the gates of the Holy Land to the thousands of Jewish displaced persons now lingering behind barbed wire encampments in Europe and for the fulfillment of international pledges to the Jewish people. Climax of Palestine Week locally will be a parade and outdoor rally on Thursday evening. May 8. The parade will commence at Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue at 6:45 p. m. and will terminate at Flamingo Park. The line of march will be down WashingIon avenue to 11th Street and west on 11th Street to Flamingo Park, More than 3.000 persons, representing 32 organizations, will pai ticipate in the parade, Grand marshall will be Burnett Roth. The reviewing stand will be located at City Hall. Miami Beach. Officials of the Zionist Emergency Council of Greater Miami and representatives of Miami Beach and Miami will be in the reviewing stands. The outdoor rally will commence at 8 p.m. Arrangements are being made for a speaker of national prominence. Featuring the meeting will be the presentation of a resolution calling upon the Congress of the United States to stand by its previous commitments with respect to the Balfour declaration and the mandate. Participating in the parade will be the following organizations: American Jewish Congress, Women's Division. Miami Beach; American Jewish Congress, Women's Division. Miami; Bnai B'rith. Sholem lodge. Miami; B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach; Beth David Congregation. Miami; Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach: Beth Sholom Temple. Miami Beach; j Bureau of Jewish Education. Coral Gables Jewish Center, Hadassah. Miami Beach chapter: Hadassah, Miami chapter: Jewish National Workers Alliance. JewTomple Israel Silver Dinner Celebrating the 25th year of its ish Social Service Bureau, Jewish War Veterans, Brown Post 174; Jewish War Veterans, Miami Beach Post 85; Jewish War Veterans, Miami Beach Post 330; Habonim. Hashomir Hazair, Junior Hadassah, Masada, Young Judea, Beth Tfilah Chassidic Congregation, Miami Beach Jewish Center. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Misrachi Men's and Women's division, Pioneer Women, Kadimah chapter; Pioneer Women, Miami chapter; Pioneer Women, Miami Beach chapter; Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, YM. & Y.W.H.A of Miami; YM. & W.H.A. of Miami Beach: Miami Zionist District and Miami Beach Zionist District. The Miami and Miami Beach posts of the Jewish War Veterans will lead the procession with its color squad. There will be a number of floats dramatically portraying the plight of Jewish displaced persons and contrasting scenes of Jews living happily in their ancient homeland. In a joint statement calling upon the Jewish community to participate fully in Palestine Ac(Conthiued on Page 4) FIGURE REACHED BY CJA The current campaign of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has reached $900,000, it was announced yesterday by Stanley C. Myers, campaign chairman, who stated that the recently formed Million Dollar Club will continue covering cards until the million dollar figure is reached. "Results today show that we have received over 6,000 pledges for just over $900,000, which is approximately $90,000 over last year's total amount raised," said Mr. Myers. "I am confident that the activities of our Million Dollar Club members will enable us to reach the million dollar mark within the next six or eight (Continued on Page 4) founding. Temple Israel will hold a silver jubilee dinner Sundayevening at the Columbus hotel. Tribute will be paid to the late Dr. Salo Stein, first rabbi, and to his successors. Also honored will be Harry V. Simons, first president, and other officers who served the synagogue through the past quarter of a century. Drawing the subjects of their addresses from the history of the Temple, the speakers will trace its activities from its small start to the present congregation of almost 600. "The Message of the Day" is the topic which will be discussed by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, spiritual leader. Rabbi Zwitman only recently returned to the pulpit after three years as a captain in the Army where he distinguished himself as a chaplain. Mr. Simons' subject is "In the Beginning." Dr. J. H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus, will present a synopsis of happenings "Through the Years." And Herbert U. Feibelman, past president, will sum up with "The Story of Temple Israel of Miami." Welcoming address will be made by Harold B. Spaet, present president. Entertainment for the evening includes a playlet, "Temple Israel Board Meeting, 1972." presented by the Harry Boyell players, and a musical rendition by Rosemarie Gerson Kaplan, accompanied by Francis Tarboux. The invocation will be read by Rabbi Max Kaufman, Hollywood Jewish Community Center, and the benediction by Rabbi David Raab, Temple Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdale. A souvenir brochure depicting the Temple achievements has been prepared and edited under the direction of the program committee which consists of Herbert U. Feibelman. Jules Perlman, Max Holtzberg and Herman A. Binder. Other committees were: Entertainment. Harry Boyell, Reba Englcr Epstein and Nat Roth; tickets and seating. Henry E. Wolff. Arthur S. Kahn, Donald LaVigne and Leo Ackerman. Besides the above, the committee on arrangements included Jerry Cohen, Louis Gillman, Jules Pearlman and Adolph Wertheimer. P States Drop Demand For Immediate U N Assembly Debate On Palestine Issue FHING, N. Y.-The Arab Wednesday night dropped |mand that the United NaI e n eral assembly debate t"e independence for Paltnis time. Pasha of Egypt draftw Ppcd the Ar ab defltch had been submitted !" ly s H-nation steerwee, hut reserved the ""fi up the matter later lv 'ng further instrucN his Rovernment. lmpr 1aju '' victory for an en f a u bloc which ^s en "ugh strength to deArab Proposal if it went to a vote. Hassan, however, said he would not insist on a vote "as a conciliatory gesture." The U.S.-Soviet cleavage on international affairs was reflected at the general committee of the United Nations when the American delegate opposed and the Russian representative endorsed the Arab request for addition to the general assembly agenda of a special item calling for the termination of the mandate and the proclamation of Pair estine's independence. Herschel Johnson, the delegate of the United States, in a long statement outlining the position of this government on the question of solving the Palestine problem announced that he will vote against the Arab request because it prejudices the decision which the fact-finding commission to be appointed by the general assembly must reach. Andre Gromyko, speaking for the Soviet Union, said that he was ready to vote in favor of including the Arab item on the of the fundamental problems underlying the Palestine issue can only prove helpful to the factfinding body. Gromyko argued. Canada supported the view of the American delegation that the Arab request be rejected because it would prejudice the work of the projected fact-finding committee. However, the delegates of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia attacked the American opposition to inclusion ... ..,, „_i„ lv ,


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rBlDAV, MAY 2. 1947 Official Third Reading Of Ordinance to Outlaw Bias Signs Wednesday The Miami Beach ordinance to Jjaw the display of offending 5"irin.int...-y si fi n; will come up ,. its third and official reading '''(„,,'. the Miami Beach city ',„ Wednesday. May 7. introduced before the council Aoril 16. the bill, said to be the JP" „ f its kind in the United States was unanimously approved for ad >ption at its first two reading. following the preparation of ,he document by the Florida Regional office of the Anti-Defamabn league of B'nai B'rith, the hill was proposed for adoption bv Jack A. Abbott, chairman of the legislative committee of the Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, Walter C. Kovner, president of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith, and Sam W. Shapiro, chairman of the ADL committee of the Miami Beach J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation league, reports that public reaction to the measure has been overwhelming in support I the bill. He stated a surmducted on Miami Beach this week showed that a few of the hotels displaying discriminatory signs had already removed them The bill, which was introduced by Mayor Herbert Frink of Miami Beach, provides in part• %  It shall be unlawful to display discriminatory words or phrases ... in or about any hotel, apartment house, or other establishment which caters to the public in the City of Miami Beach." Stating that since such purare not only in opposition to federal and state constitutional law, but are alien to the Ameriran way of life and the dignity and tranquility of Miami Beach. violation of the ordinance would .be punishable by fine or imprisonment. + knislilhridlian PAGE SEVEN Face Facts Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, Anti-Defamation League Upton Close, a visitor to Miami this season, is suing Albert Warner, WOL-Mutual news chief, and the owners of WOL because ,)f Warner's remark "Where you find greed, selfishness and stupidity, there you find Upton Close!" Close, whose writings reek with thinly-veiled antiSemitism, claims that lecture engagements were cancel ltd and that his textbooks were rejected as a result of the notoriety he has received Don't miss the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" radio program over South Florida radio station WINZ. Sundays at 10:15 a.m. Anti-Semites at Work—Pennsylvania-Ohio highway number 422 is the background of a vicious anti-Jewish campaign, Posters oi .-•heap cardboard have been placed on fences and poles reading "Stop Jewish Immigration. No Houses for G. I.'s!" "CIO and OPA mean Communism and Jewish World Control." "Vote Against Coffey and Danny Hoch, They Favor Communism and Jewish Control." Appearing at the time of the November election, these placards have since popped up across the entire states of Pennsylvania and Ohio. State and local police are investigating and, with the aid of ADL representatives, offending signs are removed as quickly as they are noted If you have not as yet read Laura Hobson's fine best seller. •Gentlemen's Agreement." you may obtain your copy at your ADL office, 330 Seybold bldg.. Miami, at the special price of $1.75 A number of people in this area received calls this week from an individual who claimed to be representing the ADL. Apparently this fraud was not very convincing as the matter was immediately brought to the attention of this office by some of the victims" of the hoax. Official representatives of the Anti-Defamation league will conduct surveys by phone and. in their personal interview with individuals, will first identity themselves. ARABS DROP DEMANDS ON U. N. ASSEMBLY I Continued from Page 1) aggerated" an Arab argument that the assembly would send the committee to Palestine without terms of reference. He said that passage of the Arab resolution would "inflame passions" and add to the confusion. The purpose of this session, he reiterated, is to establish a committee to work in "quiet objectivity" and then to report to the next session of the assembly in September. "Every member of the UN. looks forward to the day when Palestine will be a free and independent state." said Johnson, but declared that opinions vitally differ "as to the form of independence." He added that the assembly would give "very careful terms of reference" to the committee and would not exclude ultimate independence. Johnson called for "careful and impartial study on the highest level." He said he would be unhappy if his remarks were interpreted "as a desire to prevent the Arab states or any other interested parties from presenting then views at the proper time." 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SIMONS first president of Temple Israel, who will address the Silver Jubilee celebration Sunday night. Business and Professional Women of Hadassah, Miami chapter, is completing plans for a musicale at Kaplan HalL Tuesday, May 20. Chairmen in charge are Ester Morris, program; Fay Werner, membership; and Henrietta Halan, music. 'Pop' Concert Series Subscriptions Available Subscriptions to underwrite a summer "pop" conceit series are now available to the public from $2.00 to SI 0.00, The musical events will take place in Flamingo park. "The 10 concerts books of tickets range from $2.00, of which there are 750 seats; $7.50 of 800 seats and approximately 1,000 at $10.00," said Chairman Leo Eiscnstein. He added that the books may be purchased from M. J. Beck, manager of Burdine's 9tore on Lincoln rd., who is treasurer, or from himself in W. I. Feuer's office, 309 Lincoln rd. Mrs. Arnold Volpe of the University of Miami orchestra is going to stage the concerts, and she will have to know th^ revenue available so that she ma; -L>fccure and hold a staff of musicians. "Should the $16,000 necessary not be subscribed by ticket sales, all money will be refunded," promised Eisenstein. "I am confident, however, that people will support this cultural undertaking." Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 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 i\\ \1JTV SHADE & BLIND CO. WINDOW SHADES All Sizes and Colors Made to Order While U Wait BRING IN YOUR OLD ROLLERS AND SAVE 509 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-0173 CHEVROLET CO. 7 1055 W. FLAGLER T. 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^^H FRIDAY, M AY 2. 1947 Public Health Subject Of Luncheon Speaker Tn observance of "Know You. Public Health Nurse Week," Dr. Andrew Gottschall will address B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon this afternoon at 12:15 in the Downtown club. Dr. Gottschall is affiliated with Dr. Parren, surgeon general, U. S. public health service. Subject of his talk will be "Functions of Public Health" Service in Dude County." ^JenlstithridHaf) Perry Botwin and Harry Diamond, co-chairmen of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith sports program committee, are completing plans for a summer athletic program. A golf tournament will be played in the near future, with a bowling league being established for the fall. PAGE FIFTEEN Coral Gables Jewish Center members will see two movies at their next meeting May 4 at 8:15 p.m. They are March of' Time's picture on Palestine and "The House I Live In" with Frank Sinatra. Sisterhood to Convene At MJOC On Monday Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes. ladies' burial society, will meet at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Monday, May 5, at 2 p.m. Reports of the membership drive will feature the discussion. At a recent tea party at the home of Mrs. S. Stone. 1601 S. W. 11th ave., Rabbi Simon April was guest speaker. He was followed by Mrs. Stone, who as treasurer of the group, reported on its financial status. Prayers were read by Mrs. April and Mrs. S. Geltner. B'nai B'rith Metropolitan council will hold a breakfast meeting Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Royal Palm hotel dining room. Chairman pro-tem, Harold Turk will preside at the election of officers and adoption of a constitution. Jewish National Workers alliance will meet Monday, May 12. at the Miami Beach Y.M. & W.H.A., 1 Lincoln rd. A literary program has been arranged. In cooperation with the Pioneer Women, JNWA is planning a Shevuoth party on May 25 at the National hotel. B'nai B'rith Lodge Shows Moving Pictures at 'Y' Motion pictures will be shown at the meeting of the Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, which is slated for 8:15 on Tuesday, May 6, at the Beach YM & WHA. Movies to be presented are: "Don't Be a Sucker," with Paul Lukas; "One People," a technicolor cartoon, narrated by Ralph Bellamy, and a Charlie Chaplin short. The affair was arranged by Harry Zukernick, program chairman. Walter Kovner is president of the lodge. WARSAW GHETTO MEMORIAL SERVICES THE WORLD HAS FORGOTTOIN, HAVE YOU! •• *.* %  K %  .*... To honor the Jews at Warsaw, who rather than submit to the Nazis, (ought to their death in a 42-day battle during April and May, 1943 IMSTIX.I ISIIIII SPEAKEHS • B. Z. GOLDBKKG Columnist of "The Day" Co-Editor of Black Book REV. JOSEPH BARTH Pastor of Unitarian Church S. ALMAZOV National Director Black Book Committee MUSICAL SELECTIONS CANTOR LOUIS DAVID FEDER SUNDAYMAY 4:00 P.M. BAYFRONT PARK AUDITORIUM 320 N. E. 5th Street— Miami SPONSORED BY WARSAW GHETTO MEMORIAL COMMITTEE ADMISSION I Kli:


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PAGE SIX *Jewl$t> ftcridiiair FRIDAY, MAY 2, QjAtctoJiy 0$ GAtaleA WlUuni UouieAoft WxyMAifi ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning at 8:30 Jimmy Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Solomon, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Bar Mitzvah boy. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9 o'clock Junior Congregation for children of elementary school ag< at 10 Bible study at 5 with Mrs. S. I. Friedman. Mincha at 630. foil by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the P the Week. Sunday school at 10 Daily school 3:30 to 630 p.m. BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid a^e. E. Raclcovsky. Friday Mincha service. 5:15 pin., first minyon. 7 a.m.: second ininyon speak on "There Is Always a Day of Mincha. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shal appointed new Gabbi of Sha'los S' who left for the North. The rabbi Week. Daily services. 7 and 8 a.m.. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m.. foil customs. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph followed by Maariv. Saturday. 9 Reckoning," Saturday at 5 p.m s S'udos Joseph Hutni udos. replacing Mr. S will discuss the Portion of the followed by a class in Mincha •in Jew MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. I7lh are., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabbalas Shabbas. 6:40 p m. Saturday serv 0 Bar Mitzvah of Richard Schulman. Rabbi Grain Idress young man. Student services, 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the third chapter of the Ethics of the Fathers, 5:15. followed bv Mincha and Shalos S'udos. Sunday 10 a.m. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are., Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Rer. Maurice Mamches. The spring series of late Friday evening services will ? %  iii^Sl 0011 Rabbi Shapiro and Cantoi Mamches will officiate Rabbi Shapiro will present the third in the ms on •'Ethics of Our Fathers" The basil "When Will the Messiah Come'" Ruth Saal an I J i Scl ilman, students, will conduct the responses in Sabbal vices at 8:30 o'clock. Du: in. thi %  • Phili| i I M Mrs. Mose Solomon, will become Bar M Student services at 10:30. Sunday school picnic this Sun,!:.-at Greyn park All children who need transi rtation later than 9:30. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Sloan, executive director. Kabbs S i. 6:30 p.n Cantor Goldring will cl 9 a.m. The rabbi will Bar Mitzvah of Samuel, n I M Theodore Sanford. son of Mr. and Mrs Congregation service. 10 n Min at 6:30 p.m. Daily sei 6:30 p.m. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel •'• %  Sat ng sen • ; %  f the L Id W. K id K Finkel. J i Shal ing I ,,! 9 a.m __. LIBERAL I II KJ;*l Z J H SH LOM ', J Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. .Friday evening service, 8:15 p.m Rabbi Kronish will speak on Hie Supreme c >u I hial School." Th !" f %  "Can Ameri an Jewi S Only in a Ghe Sabbal ervice. 10:4 Dam.: ... Cant Kelemer < ill sei vii -,....,. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Rabbi Colman A Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening, 8-15 p.m, i-gu ervici nducted b\ KaoDi zwitman. Thes< er\ nd its aliUi % %  mzations Miss Roslyn Mendefc -• ,f BZU Miss Carol Aronoyit; vice] rid Misses N Marcia Camner, Maxiri Bei Marilyn Gri .. participat the annual BZB servi Sabbath eve follow the service and t> ..• : Sanford K honor A. Li x !" m S 8 cere !" 9 n 3 [or th daughter. J I Ann M Actoipn Wertl Siai efrushments committee will be ing service at 11 a.m. ] Confirmation Class study group. a i3%*£ EMANU-EL. 1801 8. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale nacDi David naab. Friday evening .-< .• es Maj 2 al 8 p.i Rabl Ri duct the services and preach th ; lnik-d Nations and Palestine." JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Friday evening services, 8:1S p.i Rabbi Max K speak on The Test of Religion." And:. Shabbal service. Saturday morning servici i m. A. A. GARAGE Frame and Wheel Alignment Service "STOP SHIMMY AND EXCESS TIRE WEAR" 2344 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8244 ENO PACKLER, Proprietor ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF HOROWITZ KOSHER INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. Our 25th Season Early Reservations Suggested Under the Supervision of Expert Chef from Atlantic City HOT & COLD RUNNING WATER—CONNECTING BATHS REASONABLE RATES Write P. O. Box 240, Hendersonville. N. C. "Yivo" Organizes Local Committee At Beach yivo," Yiddish Scientific Institute, has organized a Miami committee Offucs are located at 2008 N. Alton id.. Miami Beach, ain function will be to represent the organization in preparing lectures and symposiums, sseminate literature and in general to organize into an active group. Officers of the new committee are Dr. Meyer Glick, chairman: h Duntov, secretary; William Hertz, treasurer, and Jacob C. Fishman, Max Glob< is Honigraum. Morris Jacobs. Katz Ehiel Lesowoder, Joseph Pollack and Charles V.V.nThe institute was founded in Poland. 23 years ago and has made notable contributions to •iio development of Jewish c ;ng the war years, offices i e moved from Wilno to New York where they were established at .i35 \V. 123rd st. Beth David Schedules Installation Services Installation exercises for the :ted officers of the Congregation Beth Jacob and the Sisti rhood will take place Wedv. at 8 p.m.. at the synagogue. Attorney Daniel G. Satin %  .:: man of the event. Officers will be inducted by Moses Mescheloff and meson the part of the congregation and Sisterhood will be read • Bernard Frank and Miss Maivina Weiss Cantor Louis D. will direct the musical am. At the close of the formal sera buffet supper will be % %  in the community building. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTslrv 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 HAPPY IS THE MID! Th* Sun Srlinl On %  I •• •^ a ^Uwicc :OUNTr CLUl Lhtvill Conn In Th* l.o.'.'.l trtikiri RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CH&PEt rm? rtmBRAL SERVICE i-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE Washington Av#. Umi Bacfa AKD T. N8WMAJ* Fun*r*i Director EtSeNSBRO, Tr MU e la Hew York: 7Kth St. *x.d Aait>rdam Av Zionist Leader Speaks To Hadassah Chapter Mrs. Arthur Bender, Zionist leader, addressed a meeting of the Greater Miami chapter of Hadassah at the Cadillac last Monday. A joint gathering of the boards of Miami and Miami Beach chapters of Hadassah will establish a local council. Mrs. Bender is executive director of the Zionist district of Philadelphia. She is the only woman in the United States to hold this position. Young Adult Council Plans Future Meetings Jewish Young Adult Council of Miami Beach will hold future meetings alternately between the Jewish Community Center, Temple Beth Sholom and the Beach VM & WHA. Next session is Wednesday. 8 p.m., at the "Y." Following a swim-dance on May 17 at the Raleigh hotel, the nine Young Adult organizations represented in the council, plan to stage a joint rally. EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. *82 50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS. COMPLETE STOCK With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. AMBULANCE SERVICE 5-5X44 i 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH IRVING BLASBERG. Treat R W. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +JelstncrMkti FRIDAY. MAY 2 Histadruth Ivrith Lists Contest Rules for Rabbis To stimulate interest in the Hebrew language and culture, Histadruth Ivrith (National Organization for Hebrew Culture) has asked rabbinical students and young rabbis to submit papers for a contest. The subject of the essays is "The Place and Value of Hebrew in the Life of the Jewish People." Histadruth Ivrith will award two prizes, a first prize of $100 an-i a second prize of $50 for the two best essays of no less than 2,0^0 and no more than 3,000 wo-ds, which should reach the of'.ce of the Histadruth not later th:.n May 15. 1347. Some of the other rules provide that the contest is open to rabbinical students in their graduating classes or to young rabbis three years after their graduation. The p. | LTS or essays could be written in either Hebrew or English and should be able to serve as sermon from the pulpit or a lecture from a public platform. All papers become the property of the Histadruth Ivrith and may be published by it in the "Hadoar," Hebrew World, or used in any other form. Information Wanted Information is being sought of Nathan Rubin who disappeared from his home in Brooklyn, N. Y. in July, 1946. and since when has failed to communicate with or contribute toward the support "of h:s wife and minor daughter, as a result of which they are currently in destitute circumstances and in dire need of his financial assistance. Mr. Rubin was born in London, England, in July, 1906. is 5 ft. 7 in. tall, weighs 185 pounds, has brown hair, brown eyes. He was a post office clerk prior to his disappearance. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 W. 47th St., New York 19, N. Y. According to a communication from the Location Service of HIAS, Olmer Perla. now located at Frauenberg 46, Kr. Erding, Germany, U. S. zone, is seeking his grandfather, Isaac Olmer, who is presently in Florida. Anyone knowing of his whereabouts is requested to contact Anna D. Daniels, assistant secretary. Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation, P. O. Box 661, Hollvwood, Fla. Rosenbaum twins. Sybil and Doris, of BBG No. 1. were winners of a debate contest recently sponsored by Rose chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. A plaque was presented lo them by Gloria Farkas. £//icmaA lUU 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 cut-of-lown orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 DAVID H.OSER.D.D.S. and I. 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 AEPhi Alumni Honors Seniors At Luncheon Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae will honor five graduating members of the active chapter at the University of Miami at a luncheon at Only Inn, tomorrow afternoon. Mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Edward Cowen, will introduce the guests, who include Betty Levy, Rita Zaret. Myril Seltzer. Marion Gold and Gloria Bernstein. TRULY NOLEN, President Anna D. Daniels was recently named assistant secretary of the Hollywood Jewish Welfare Federation. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION / In the banking business, "thumb twiddling" went out with the high hat and cane. It's just a lot of lost motion and that means lost time. Lost time in many instances means lost dollars. Modern business can't afford "thumb twiddling!" That's why your application for a loan at your First National Bank is taken into immediate consideration. You receive your answer without any unnecessary delay! There's no getting around it, local decisions are faster! At your First National Bank the decision on your loan application is made locally. Our officers in the Loan Department are thoroughly conversant with local and national business conditions. In many instances their counsel can hias valuable to you as the material assistance or a loan. 1 here's one thing sure, a First National Bank loan is a sound loan. It must be of definite benefit to the borrower. And with loans, as with every other transaction in this bank, our first consideration is always the safety of our depositors' money. This bank has made thousands oi good sound loans and it will make thousands more. So, when you need a loan, come in and talk it over with the officers in our Loan Department. We offer you every modern banking facility. You are cordially invited to use to the fullest the services of tins bank TheTirstNationalBank of Miami Mi.„r. o,j„, anJ Largasl Financ al Inst tution E.Utli.K.J 1902 • 101 East Fl.gler Street M.ml.r F.J.,.1 D.po.i, r..„..„ Co, porjtion a,iJ FtJ.r.l. Rt.trv. Sy


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%  PAGE TWELVE *j6nisi> tkrkttan Your Memory Should Invite Precautions FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1947 Scientific investigations indicate that there will be no polio epidemic in Dade county this summer—such as last summer's terrible scourge—BUT your memory of that frightful period should cause parents to take every precaution. SUMMER IS THE CHIEF DANGER PERIOD! Call your doctor immediately, if any of these symptoms appear: headache, nausea, a cold, upset stomach, muscle soreness or stiffness, unexplained fever. Infantile paralysis (polio) starts in many different ways, most of them just like a lot of childhood diseases. BE ON THE SAFE SIDE! Avoid new contacts. Try not to mingle with crowds. Local health authorities decide whether schools and other places may remain open. Don't let your children become overtired. Extreme fatigue makes them an easier victim. Too strenuous play, late hours, irregular schedules are possible invitations to attack by polio. Avoid chilling. Don't stay too long in cold water. Don't swim in polluted waters. Keep clean. Wash hands before eating. Keep flies and other insects away from food. Don't leave garbage uncovered. Consult your family doctor as to the advisability of removal of tonsils and adenoids, or other mouth and throat surgery, during the usual epidemic months. Don't worry about expenses, if your doctor says it's polio! Get in touch immediately with the Dade County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis telephone 3-4398 ... and costs of treatment will be paid, in whole or in part, if you can't pay them yourself REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR. Few families, even with substantial incomes, can meet the full cost. (These services are made possible through your contributions to the March of Dimes.) Be guided by sound medical advice. Do everything your doctor advises. Doctors agree that polio can best be cared for in hospitals. There is no known cure for polio. Good medical care may prevent or correct some deformities. Remember, most patients get well and with good care •he majority recover without crippling. Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memory o.' the sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this advertisement to aid you in 'ollowing the precautionary rules set out above! BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO. Lejeune Rd. Coral Gables, Fla. G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. 1st St. Miami, Fla. JOSEPH LANGNER CONSTRUCTION 927 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla. RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ROYAL PALM HOTEL On the Ocean bet. Lincoln Rd. and 15th St., Miami Beach. Phone 5-7381 SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th St. Miami, Ha. ACME SUPPLY CO. 1905 N. W. 1st Ct. Miami, Fla. MRS. R. R. COBIAN 1771 N. View Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT 3236 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. FINCHER OLDSMOBILE MOTORS INC. 1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Ha. HERMAN'S VALET FRENCH CLEANERS & DYERS 1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Fla. KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION 1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK 1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami, Fla. MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL 5565 Pinetre Dr. Miami Beach. Fla. VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 20th St. Miami Beach. Ha. VICTOR'S Coral Way and 36th St. Coral Gables, Fla. ROBERTS HOTEL 28 W. Flagler St. Miami. Ha. BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. V N. W. 1st St. MiamL Fla. ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE 301 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami. Fla. NEWTON'S UPHOLSTERING 1326 W. Flagler St. Miami. Ha. BUCKINGHAM UPHOLSTERING SHOP 7501 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Fla. EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flagler St. Miami. Fla. ENFIELD CAMERA SHOP 409 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, W GROVELAND PRODUCTS 600 N. W. 10th St. Miami. LIBERTY SQUARE HOUSING 6306 N. W. 14th Ave. Miami. r I. MILONE-PLASTERING 208 N. W. 28th St. Mianu. i*RHEA'S WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP 911 41st St. Miami Beach, r* TINDELL GROCERY Ca 2220 N. W. 36th St. Miami. UNITED KOSHER MARK? 1553 S. W. 8th St. M**' W. CARROLL WILSON Real Estale Consultant 824 DuPont Building



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FBIDAY^MA^J^ .gpi Fraternity Installs Fortieth Active Chapter A, University of Miami t mhda Deuteron, 40th active La f Aloha Epsilon Pi frachapl t C v r a Called this week te ?M the 'University of Miami. Semonies took place at a dinner 1L at the Sea Isle hotel. ttpi speakers included Dr. Pn 1 F fcshe president of the 55* £5 f Men Foster f Ster Dean Russell A. Rasco 5 Jc school of law, andComdr Robert B. Downes. professor of Smomics and faculty advisor to e Inter-Fraternity council. National officers who spoke included Charles C. Moscowitz, New York Citv and Hollywood, Calif., a founder of the fraternity and to first supreme master; Sidney Goldberg. Atlanta, past supreme master: Frederick Katz, New York supreme governor; Arnold Hoffman, Atlanta, Southern regional representative, and George S. Toll, St. Louis, executive secretary. The fraternity was founded at New York University in 1913 and now has the largest Jewish membership of any social fraternity in the nation. Seventy per cent of those inducted to charter membership on the local campus are veterans. Officers in the now chapter include Herbert S. Goldfield, master; Robert F. Block*, lieutenantmaster; Harry B. Smith, scribe; I Harold A. Gieenberg, exchequer; [Franklin J. Nankin, corresponding scribe; Bennet Goldman, hisItorian, and William Schmickler, I sentinel. Edward J. Steinberg is I chapter supervisor and Melvin [Finn is chapter advisor. *Jti*t)nr>ridfcw7 PAGE NINE Abe Allenberg, president of Miami Beach Hotel Owners association, will serve a threeyear term on the board of directors of the Florida State Hotel Men's association. He was elected at a convention just ended at Orlando. WANT MY MILK Congregation Prays for Success oi UN Hearings Led by Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky. a special prayer was offered by members of Congregation Beth Tfilah on Monday afternoon when the United Nations opened its discussion on Palestine. "We pray," said the rabbi, "that righteousness should prevail: that might shall not succeed in oppressing right; that the world shall be awakened to the injustices committed to our European brethren and rectify them by granting them their long-promised national homeland on which Great Britain holds only a mandate and not an ownership certificate, although they rule there with a military strong arm as if it were their own. We hope that God will redeem Israel and help the afflicted." UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the Late Bernard Charles Wolff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin B. Wolff. 1435 Alton id.. Miami Beach, will take Place Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach Jewish Center, will officiate. Arrangements are m charge of Siddncv H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. B'nai B'rith Charters New Coral Gables Lodge Thirty-seven Coral Gables residents have petitioned B'nai B'rith district office to form a new lodge in that city. Three organizational meetings were held recently and Dr. Leonard Glickstein was i named temporary chairman, pending receipt of a charter. Election of permanent officers will take place at a meeting on May V at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce j de Leon blvd. Those chosen will j be formally inducted at the District convention at Miami Beach June 7-10. The new group is No. 1682 to be founded by the order.; Persons residing in the Gables vicinity are asked by Dr. Glickstein to attend the May 7 meetj ing and they will be entered as charter members. He may be contacted at 4-5390. It is also announced that a women's auxiliary is being formed. The new lodge is the third to be established in Greater Miami. Miami Beach lodge and Sholem lodge have offered their full endorsement and utmost cooperation to the new group. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Celia Levine. 1121 Ocean blvd.. North Miami Beach, will take place Sunday. 2:30 p.m.. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Harold Beattv will take place Sunday, 9:30 a.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of the Gordon Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. Beth Tfilah Plans Party Congregation Beth Tfilah will hold a package party at the synagogue. 935 Euclid ave.. Sundav evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. Rachel Katz. acting president, announces that refreshments will be served. The committee on arrangements consists of Mrs. S. Jacobson, Mrs. Dora Katz. Mrs. L. Lustig, Mrs. S. Silverman and Mrs. F. Pales;. Emanon Dance Tonight A May dance tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. is the spring affair planned by the Emanon club of the Miami YM & YWHA. Scene of the event is the Miami Women's club. 1737 N. Bayshore dr. A popular orchestra will play and refreshments will be served. A prize will be awarrded to the best dancers in the rhumba contest, it was announced by Nat Etkins, social chairman. Sam Kratish is president. Milton A. Friedman, B'nai B'rith state vice president, spoke to a meeting of Jewish Youth at the Hollywood Jewish Center last Thursday. His address was in behalf of the establishment of a Junior B'nai B'rith group to be formed in thai city. Estab. 1924 Ask lor U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 J And You'll Have the Beat Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. v. PRODUCTS • PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA 'PROVISION CO. \ Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. 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The first four dogs to finish in each of these events will be matched for the William Fineran Memorial championship on Friday night, May 9, over the famed Biscayne derby marathon course. Comptroller Frank G. Burghart has announced that this event will be run for an added purse. This is a major stakes race arranged in honor of Biscayne's late racing secretary, William (Bill) Fineran and nationally known leader in the development and furtherance of young dogs. Last year's inaugural of this stake was won by Snappy Sue in 35 seconds flat. HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Obituaries SCHREIBER Irving M. Schrelber, *•>. died srnrtdenly al hta home, MS N. \v. 2si n at. A salesman, he came from New York seven years ago. Services were conducted by Rabbi Mas Shapiro at Gordon Funeral chapel. He is survived by his wife, .Mrs. Anna Bohrelber; a daughter, Bernlce, and a lister. SCHERLE Heventy-flve-year-okl retired goMxmith and diamond merchant, Cholom [fteao Scherle, died Wednesday In ;i hospital. Having come to Miami six years ago, he lived al 559 Michigan ave. He leaves his wife, Rachel and two sons. Services were read by Rabbi Irving l.ehiinan at the Gordon chapel with burial in Woodlawn cemetery. GLUCK Emanuel Oluck. M. -'!""> s. \v l.th st died Sunday nlKht. "<• came from Cleveland n yean ago and is survived by his wife, Mrs Btdonle ciuik lie was a member of shoiem lodge, B'nai B'rith. Services were conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Palmer Funeral home. POLLOCK Services for Albert H. Pollock, '.6, who .li.ci Tuesday, were conducted bj Dr. Jacob n Kaplan at theBeach Memorial chapel. A resident at US .V. Coconut lane, Palm Island. Mr. pollock came lure n years ago from Danville, N'. .1 He is survived by his wife, Yetta Pollock; two sons, Emmanuel and Morton, both of Miami, and two daughters. DRINK PLENTY OF CTTripnre *•>? 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PAGE TEN +Jeistncrldtetl FRIDAY. MAY 2, 'Between You and Me 9 By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. UNITED NATIONS NOTES: Believe it or not. but the delegations of the United States, the United Kingdom and the USSR are literally taking back seats at the U.N. session on Palestine This is because the delegations are seated in alphabetical order This does not mean, of course, that they are not playin leading role at the session The important role numerically is being played by the Latin A can bloc composed of 20 countries Although all Latin countries are Inclined to the lead of the Uniti some of their represent! that the Palestine case pi the Latin Annan excellent opportunity I their importance in international politics ... It is learned that Secretary of State Marshall d:d not see eye to eye with British Foreign Secret Bevin when the two conferred privately in Moscow on the Palestine issue And it can also be revealed that a Jewish Agency repri was recently in Poland for the purpose of gai: the Polish government .it the] UN', session on Palestine .' Hayim G A m eric an member of the Agi n is now in Latin Ami rica I sole purpose of influencin governments there in favor of Zionist demands Zionist leaders are convinced tl will go on further than appointing a fact-finding I n They feel that %  the Palestine issue will develop at the Si : general assembly That is why the Zion rmittee decided to meet in New V the end ( M fter the present U N ... It can also be that the Zionist Organization of America will hold its annual i this year in July, insl [September And :: can be predicted that Dr. Emanuel mann will be elected ZOA ; dent DOMESTIC AFFAIRS: The American ORT Fed* I n reduced its professional stafi as a result of tl ment with the JDC under which the ORT is to get S2.000.000 from the latter on condition that ORT funding drives are discontinued in the United States Income received by thi ;can ORT Federation through membi contributions will be used for organizational and educational activities of the organization and will not become part of the S2,000,000 fund which is intended for vocational training of Jews in Europe American ORT estimates its membership at 15.000 in 1946 and expects to in it to 20.000 in 1947 .. Considerable expansion in the membership program is contemplated When the National Jewish Welfare board hold its annual n. ing in Pittsburgh during the week end of May 10. the delegates will hear a very interesting report from Dr. Oscar I. Janowsky on the survey made of the JWB's functions and services In conducting the survey. Dr. Janowsky and members of his staff interviewed more than 3.500 persons individually and collectively on various aspects of Jewish center work More than 300 centers and Y's throughout the country were visited About 2,400 questionnaires were received by Dr. Janowsky covering various aspects of Jewish center activities Persons who have seen the preliminary report of the survey consider it a monumental piece of work which will have great significance for American Jewry VIEWS ON RUSSIA: Is the world facing a possible war between the Western democratic powers and Soviet Russia? George Soloveytchik, Russian-Jewish historian who left the USSR after the Communist revoluti >n. says "no" in his "Russia in Perspective" publish.. W. W N a & Co. He asserts that while -quarrelsome to the extreme" and always willing to go to the very limil before i compronv.se. the Russians can scarcely to plunge into another war But since they d of being attacked by tl til d of divi es those whom they consider potential aggressors involved elsewhere Thus, the author bethe end of existing ten| not in sight ... He th.nks .,„. 0 nly way for America and Britain to work successfully with Russia is "to be firm and h ,nest rather than overconcilia„d shifty" • • • They must offer ocular demonstration that neithei Western democracy nor the capitalist system is on the of collapse, he says But they must also realize that in the of today few people, and • i all the Russians, are preconcede to the AngloSaxon pres riptive rights over or principles, whatever • On the other S veytchik advocates • %  fight against Communism at home should be pursued Hess of whether the Russians like it or not The Russians, he points out, have no prescriptive rights to propaganda and interference in domestic affairs of other countries AMONG THE LITERATI: Lovers of Hebrew will enjoy Eisig Silberschlag's new volume of poetry "Aleh, Olam, B'Shir"— •Rise. World In Song" ... It is a beautiful collection of the author's works, showing him to be on* of the outstanding Hebrew poets of our generation ... He has philosophical moods as well as the flirtatious Jewish educators in the United States welcome the fact that the Zionist Organization of America has published Sharfstein's "Hebrew SelfTaught" This will enable many "Americanized" Jews to learn basic conversation in Hebrew in a short time ... In the endeavor to commemorate the 1ft Zionist movement i two-volume "Album of S Zionism" is now being „, 1 in Pa.estine by L Ze ^ He has spent more th an 5 collecting pit ures and • menu tracing the main J? the development of Russian £J ism since the birth of the r, movement under the Czart gime ... He is now appeail'l Jews in the United K*' may have such material to ta it to him at Tel Aviv. 15 Pru, -He is especially interest photos, which some J ews J emigrated from Russia may h2 showing Zionist meetings ferences, banquets, send-off ta ties of groups who left Russiaf Palestine, groups of deleoa from Russia at various ZioiJ Congresses, editorial offices Zionist publications, etc. Sympathy Parade On Miami Beach Monster Mass Meeting WILL CLOSE THE DEMONSTRATION Sympathy Parade MAY 8th 6:30 P. M. The fate of Palestine is in the balance! The United Nations is now debating whether Palestine shall be a Jewish Homeland. • This is the supreme opportunity for everyone to reveal his sympathies for the survivors of the gas chambers, for the fugitives from the death trains. Do not forget the 6.000.000 Jews who were annihilated! Remember Treblinka. Oswiciem, Buchenwald. Dachau. The remnants of Israel are still lingering in these concentration camps. They have no home except Palestine. Every Jew and Jewess must now stand up and be counted! Indifference to Jewish martyrdom is treason to Israel! You. and each of you. are invited to march under the banners of Old Glory and Zion. The Sympathy Parade will take place on y Miami Beach, Thursday May 8th. Please assemble 6:30 P. M. at Lincoln Road and Washington Avenue. The March will start on Lincoln Road, will procee through Washington Avenue and end at Flamingo UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Park. AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL Miami Office: 414 Congress Bldg. Phone 2-8409 Miami Beach Office: 605 Lincoln Road Phone 5-0816



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MAY 2, 1947 IIIILIFIES OR COUNCIL POST [ Harold Turk, Miami Beach atL^ v and cvic leader, is in the J*' for election to the Miami "*. citv Council June 3. His Uuarters at 1541 Washington fcfMiami Beach, has been Ltiing wi^ activity for several K so that his candidacy was L political BUI pnse. I In addition to .allies which got Kay Monday with the offita| opening of his headquarters, llv other events have beer. Canned by his supporters and fiends. I Turk announced Bernard Robins as his campaign manager L Duke Jordan as his public elations counsel. Both are vethns; Robbins of both World bare i and II. [A Miami Beach resident since (34," Robbins was graduated joni Yale in 1921. Jordan formerly was managing editor of le Miami Beach Evening Sun Ttid an army public relations ofLer six years in addition to Ither metropolitan newspaper lid publicity work. I The attorney candidate's platIrm is broad. Among other lings, he advocates a separate Eunty for Miami Beach, a city fcalth department, reduction of lunty tax assessments in Miami leach and a low-cost housing poject for veterans and city embyes. Ibounty taxes in Miami Beach le out of line with those in Iher municipalities of the counl" Turk said. I"A city health department is a Ital need for our fast-growing |ty. Municipal supervision is pssary to assure the health of people of our city with its Instantly increasing influx of fetors from other areas." [Turk recalled that in June of 146 he volunteered his services I the housing committee of the Barm Beach chamber of Comlerce to help effect a low-cost losing development here. "The ly of Miami Beach should aslt in planning and bringing lout this project at the earliest Issible date." he said. l"0ur civic planning should be \ a lor.g-range basis looking into the future at least 20 years," Turk declared. He pointed to a recent telephone company survey which revealed a present permanent population of 55.000 rather than 35,000 usually cited. Turk's campaigners are concentrating on the registration of all possible voters before the May 13 deadline. '"And," the candidate reported enthusiastically, "they're getting results." Declaring he welcomed suggestions, Turk said his goal is to serve all Miami Beach. "I am for any program which will provide the most good for the greatest number of persons," he stated. A resident of Miami Beach since 1937, Turk is married and the father of three children. He has been a practicing attorney since 1938 and has been an active leader and worker in manyMiami Beach civic, fraternal and cultural groups. Long identified with inter-faith movements, Turk is chairman of the public relations committee, National Conference of Chi istians and Jews. He is a member of the Miami Beach Bar Association; board of directors, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Methodist Expansion and Service Fund, Y. M. & W. H. A., Miami Beach Youth Center; past president, B'nai B'rith; member Miami Beach Lodge of Elk s, Chamber of Commerce, Zionist District, Jewish Community Center and Temple Beth Sholom. ~.,J LIDEAL FOR CHRONICS & C ONVALESCENTS "%<. HOME Nestled among 6 acres of true tropical splendor. The Caton Nursing Home offers unique facilities conducive to rapid recovery, featuring: Cordial Home-Like Environment £J-Hour Registered Nursing Service Observance of Physicians Orders Hriie For Brochure or Call Today SPECIAL SUMMER RATES Hll\ NURSING HOME I1M N. W 7th STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA TELE 1-7111 AJC Women's Chapter Releases May Schedule Calendar of events for May was released by Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. newly elected president of the Miami chapter of the Women's division of American Jewish Congress May 20 is the date for the book review; May 21, a regular meeting will be held, and on May 28. installation ceremonies will take place at the Robert Clay hotel. Appointment of committee chairmen was made at the recent meeting of the new board of directors. They are: Membership. Mrs. Sidney Lewis; fund raising, Mrs. Jerry Goldman, Mrs. Milton Rubin and Mrs. Amos Benjamin: program, Mrs Herbert Silver: legislation, Mrs. I' ry Honig. Remembrance. Airs. David Rabinowitz; clothing, Mrs. Thomas Gavin; food, Mrs. Herbert Sher; sewing groups. Mrs. Leanore Curtice and Mrs. Jack Schieff; culture and education. Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter; social and hospitality, Mrs. Joseph Bass: refreshments, Mrs. Charles Belanoff; publications. Mrs. Sidney Boeninger and Mrs, I. Kussner; interfaith, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, and relocation of displaced persons, Mrs. Leanore Curtice. PAGE THREE Leff to Serve Miami Y A breakfast meeting of the Miami YM&WHA Building Fund campaign committee will bo held Sunday morning at the "Y." Members will hear a talk by Samuel Leff of New York City. Mr. Leff has been selected to assist the campaign to raise funds for completion of the new building. FURNISHED ROOM Double bed, for single or couple. Year round. Use of phone. Kitchen privileges or board optional. 1486 N. W. 53rd Street Phone 78-7159 FOR RENT Large, Nice, Cool Home Spacious grounds. Near ocean. ONLY SUMMER RENTAL $1,500 P. O. Box 4, Miami Beach 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" Read the Message on Page 12 \^muj^umc^ r FULL LIFE READINGS >JAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take Bus to Door L 901 N. W. 79th Street Phona 7-4385 Mrs. Weinstean Reviews Book About Palestine Highlighting the general interest in the fate of Palestine, in line with the United Nations deliberations on the subject, Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin has chosen a new and comprehensive study of the Palestine situation, "Behind the Silken Curtain," by Bartley C. Crum, to be presented as the topic of her next review for the Mami Beach division, American Jewish Congress, on Friday afternoon. May 9, at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Scheduling of this review is most timely in view of the fact that the week of May 4 to May 10 has been set aside as Palestine Action Week. Mrs. Weinstein has presented these reviews twice monthly through the winter season for the AJC. The review is open to the public. BJE HONORS HEIMAN Louis Heiman was elected honorary president of the Bureau of Jewish Education at the regular monthly meeting held April 24. He has been acting as president of the organization since its inception in March, 1944, and was also chairman of the J. E. A., predecessor of the Bureau. Officers who will be installed in May include: president, Max Mcisel; vice presidents, Eli Hurwitz and David Isen; secretary, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, and treasurer, Mrs. Matilda Ratner. The board of BJE unanimously voted to present a suitable testimonial to Mr. Heiman for his efforts in behalf of Jewish education in Greater Miami. AUGUST BROS ftvr Is the BEST/ K Oxdtcuu. the, GAawd TO THE DEDICATION OF YOUR NEW "Y" GROUNDS Sunday Afternoon, May 4th 2:00 P. 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%  %  ^H '*y islfiiiL^ PAGE EIGHT >Je*lst>ntridFtef> PRIDAY^ IAY 9 Greynolds Park Scene Of Beth David Picnic Parent-Teacher association of Congregation Beth David will sponsor its picnic for Hebrew and Sunday school children at Greynolds Park Sunday. An annual event, it was postponed during the war years and was not held last year due to the polio epidemic. However, at 1! o'clock Sunday morning, approximately 300 to 400 people including the pupils and their parent: will gather at the park ground.whore a welcoming committee will greet them. A sports program for both children and adults has been arranged by Mrs. S. Safer, president, and the picnic committee which is headed by Mrs. A. Kasow. Highlight is a FatherSon baseb.il 1 game. Perso^ wishing a ride to the grouijds'r.-'iay call Mrs. M. Feldman. transportation chairman, at 9-0407 or her co-chairman. Mrs. S. Becker, 9-5897. If there is anyone who can accommodate one or two passengers in his car, Mrs Feldman asks that they stop at Beth David at 9:30 Sunday morning. NEW IfETS PHY TRIBUTE TO HERO "Alfred J. Rosenstein Membership Class" will be inducted into \mvets, Robert Richter post, by .he chaplain, Rabbi Irving Lehr.nan, tomorrow. 8:30 p. m. at a dance in the Crystal room of the ?oincianna Hotel. The newly initiated unit is -.amed in honor of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rose: >f 1401 Alton Road, paying tribute to the late sergeant who gave his life in the "D" Day invasion He was 24 years old and enl in the service immediately after the out-break of the war. ( lain Lehrman will give a brief address memorializing the late hero. At the affair, the recently organized Ladies' Auxiliary will install its first .-late of permanent officers, with Mrs. Elizabeth J. e, Florida Department Auxv president, leading the induction ceremonies. Officers who will take the oath are president, Mrs, Sadye Reiner, first vice president, Mis. Adie: e ne Edlowitz, second vice president, Mrs. Edith Levin; treasure:-, Mrs. Estelle Radler, and recording secretary, Mrs, Ruth Joen. Arranged by the Ladies' group. the program will feature continuous dancing to Phil Zwil's ortra. Singers Give Banquet For New Brandeis Camp The Southeastern region of the Zionist Organization of America are formulating plans for the establishment of a new Brandeis camp in the Southeast. The aims of the camp are to train and prepare the Jewish youth to become leaders and teachers in the Zionist movement. The camp was named in honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis. whose untiring efforts on behalf of Eretz Israel will long be remembered by Jewry throughout the world. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer of the National hotel will be hosts at a banquet given on Wednesday evening. May 7. at their hotel, for :he benefit of the proposed Brandeis camp. Executive director of the national youth commission in New York. Dr. Shlomo Bardin. will be the guest speaker at this gala occasion. Prominent leaders in the local community have been invited to attend this important banquet. STATE CONFERENCE OF SISTERHOODS CALLED AT BEACH CENTER "How to Educate Our Parents" is the general theme of the State Conference of Women's League Sisterhoods which will open at an informal reception Monday, May 5, at the home of Mrs. Irving Lehrman, program chairman. Purpose of the meetings is to organize a Florida branch to draw 0 3-4848 PV*> n .1st. Attention, Dog Owners! All dog owners who are interested in making plans for two stanchion shows to be held in the G ter Miami area are invited to attend a preliminary meeting on Monday, May 5, 8 p.m., at the Sportsman's club. 1200 N. W. S. River dr. The shows must be given before approval can be obtained from the American Kennel club to hold a p;>int sho wnext winter. Interested persons are asked to contact Mrs. Hazel Lord Graffenberger, 4-6141. Richard Enters Beach City Council Contest Calling for "an end of dictatorship of the gambling syndicate over Miami Beach municipal affairs." Melvin J. Richard threw his hat into the Miami Beach city council ring when he qualified his candidacy this week. A former associate city judge, the young attorney left that post to enter the Navy in 1943. After the war he resumed his law practice. He was part of the delegation which recently submitted the anti discrimination ordinance adopted by the council. Richard has promised 30 nights of oratory at the Russian Bear restaurant. He has engaged the dining room which is closed for the summer and there he will "cast light on mucky subject.-," for a full month before an audience of Beach voters. Chairman of the Beach chapter of the American Veterans' committee. Richard is a member of the Civic league of Miami Beach. Jewish War Veterans, American Legion. Veterans of Foreign Wars and B'nai B'rith. RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN SUN RAY MM HEALTH RESORT ,rl -, HOTEL-SANITARIUM £A£|( FOB REST, CONVALESCENCE 4I6S3 AND CHUCKiC CASES lit S V* JO'COURT MIAMI FLO H IDA J all Sisterhoods closer to the National organization, in order to bring into being a better cooperation and more sharing of ideas among the groups. After registration Tuesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Mrs. Ira C Walsey, Sisterhood president, will greet the delegates and lead 3minute self-introduction speeches from the assembly. Following the period of welcome, a paper on the subject "The Need for Classes and Discussion Groups Among Our Parents on Jewish Subjects," will be presented and discussed. At 1 o'clock, a luncheon will take place at the Royal Palm hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, as Home oi Aged Women's Auxiliary Installation Mrs. Samuel Beck. DTMU elect of the Miam, WomenSv liary to the Miami Jewish H*'" for the Aged, will be formal^ stalled Tuesday, MavT? m with other Mwly-electeH n t g The candlehght e££ftj be performed I, *'." £own at the Robert CtayhoS Panama room. 2:30 p. m Wl An invocation will be read k. Rabbi Murray Orauer, JiaSi Jew.sh Orthodox fwjff and Cantor Maurice 88ft Congregation Beth David, will of-er the benediction. A rrannents were completed by Mr Emanuel Karger. with M,' s gM ley Weintraub acting as mi'stre^ f ceremonies. Named to serve with Mrs Beck ire Mrs. Karger. Mrs. Paul Raff md Mrs. Charles Minowite, vice ^residents; Mrs. Celia Scheinbere reasurer: Mrs. Murray Shulman orresponding secretary; Mrs R S. Covner. financial secretary Mrs. Isidor Cohen, parliament anan, and Mrs Ben Kandel ;ergeant-at-arms. eatured speaker, will talk 0 n How to Make Festival celebr*. lons^ Meaningful to Our Chiliren." Musical selections will be presented by Cantor Jacob Y Goldring. Mrs. Joseph Berman's paper "How to Foster Synag gue Attendance In Our Parent! and Young People." will be read at the afternoon session. followini which, a forum on problems which face the Sisti ,f me state will be opened S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St.. Miami Beach Between Collins & Wiih. Aves. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. onsc "DID Telephone 5-1017 RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD Listen In! GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now: you win live on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 45860 POST TIME 8:00 P.M. 1 0 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st A 3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE No Minors Admitted NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES From Miami: Transit busses leave corner of N. 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PAGE TWO I 1 erumallij speaking, Mrs. Isidor Cohen, 1876 S. 1035 14th st., Miami Beach. The W. 10th St., was hostess at a,affair was sponsored by the luncheon given at Burdine's ; Miami Beach chapter of AmeriMonday afternoon in honor of | can Jewish Congress. Victor Mrs. Leon Zalis, who is visiting Eber, in charge of arrangements here with her daughter at the I spoke extemporaneously on home of Mr. and Mrs. Zalis, ; the aims and achievements ot 1668 S. W. 14th ct. They came the club and was followed with here to attend the Bar Mitzva %  dancing and refreshments. This of Edwin Zalis. Mr. Zalis flew | is one of a series of house parback to Baltimore Monday. The ties to ac q uaint prospective invited guests were Mrs. I. members with the purpose ot Langner. Mrs. Dora Lieberman, AJC. Mrs. Lottie King, Mrs. Murray \ y^ T Arbitblatt, better known Shulman, Mrs. Maurice Mam-' as Yehudi Ben Ghetto, is spendches, Mana-Zucca, Mrs. Abe ing a snort vacation in Miami. Wallenstein, Mrs. S. Stepkin, j He will B hortly return to WashMrs. S. Spector, Mrs. Max I ington anc j New York where he Greenberg, Mrs. C. Scheinberg,; wil ] cornp iete a volume of meMrs. Samuel Beck, Mrs. Sidney | moiIS started here The fifth Weintraub, Mrs. Ida Orlansky, birthday of Lydia Cohen, Mrs. Joseph Fine, Mrs. S. H. i aaU ghter of the Harry Cohens, Covner, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs., gues t s at the Ritz Plaza hotel, S. Geltner, Mrs. Estelle Cromer, j was ce i e brated recently with a Mrs. Joe Zalis, Mrs. N. Jacobs, surpr i se par ty ... Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dora Berman, Mrs. S. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Palay have returned from a short visit to New York where they attended their nephew's Bar Mitzva Mr. and Mrs. E. Morrison left for Los Angeles Arenstein and Mrs. R. Nathanson of Los Angeles, well known writer and sculpturer Mrs. Sid Lewis has left for Hendersonville, N. C, where j yesterday she and her husband^will open | j^g, Etta LeVine and her their summer resort "Duncragdaughter, Marilyn, have moved gan Inn" on June 1 ... Mr. and < rom 1390 16th ter. to the Dallas Mrs. Harry Hacker have just Park hotel ^ farewell lunchreturned after a six-weeks visit j eon for M rs Tillie Schwartz will in New York. They are staying | be gi ven by Mrs. Harry Danat the New Yorker while they zi g er al lhe Cadillac hotel on complete plans for a permanent, Thursday, April 24. Invited are home ... Son of Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs Benjamin Sherry, Mrs. Ida Samuel Geltner, Bernard B. Appel and Mrs. Samuel Mason. Geltner was one of 40 pledges, More than 10 rj g ues ts attendwho were initiated into Omega ed the par ty given for Frima, Beta Pi, honorary medical fra-1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul ternity. at the University of ( Meringoff, on her first birthday. Illinois ... The party took place at the Mr. and Mrs. George B. Farhome of the child's qrandfather, kas of Miami Beach are occu-1 Heiman Coopersmith. pying the Leonard Mueller Those young men who wil] home on Poinciana ave. in be Bar Milzva this Saturday inCoconut Grove while Mr. and dude D aniel Mi n er a Temple Mrs. Mueller are spending a Beth Sholom, Samuel, son of year in Boston HoneymoonMr and ^ Haro]d w. Kreis, ing at the Sands hotel are Dr. Qnd Theodore Sanford, son of and Mrs. Morton Handmacher j^ and ^ David K Finkel. of Washington, D. C. .Mrat Miami Beach Jewish Center, and Mrs. Sam Schach tave and j immy son of Mr and MfS Abraham Solomon, at Congregation Beth Jacob. returned from a trip abroad, where they visited relatives in France and Switzerland. Approximately fifty guests were entertained at a house party -on Friday, April 25, at the home of Miss Sylvia Tupler, % urdine's Cotys lighthearted fragrance Muguet des Bois! PERFUME attractively bottled in pink and green $2.50* DUSTING POWDER large round box plus pouffy puff $1* ESSENCE large 1.75 oz. bottle of perfume ... in smooth gift box $5* TOILET WATER in a delicate cool green tint. With pink atomizer $2.50* •plus tax MIAMI STORK, Ton.Frrmr.s. STItKKT Kl.nolt, AND AT BURDINE'S, WEST PALM BEACH, ALBO AT BURDINES, LINCOLN RD. Last Monday night. Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority elected officers for the 1947-48 season. They are Hope Tanenbaum. dean; Gladys Novack, subdean; Isadora Margolis. scribe; Mona Pastroff, recording secretary; Ruth Goldstine, treasurer; and Louise Krupsaw, historian. Lady wishes to share a beautiful home with another woman or respectable couple. 535 51st St., Miami Beach. Phone 6-3901 MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceantront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" FOR THE TIME OF tu^ YOUR A LIFE! COUNTRY CLUB OPENS MAY 25 Your brond of tun and activity. Charmingly 1 intimate II Holt Celt Court* • Tennis Handball • Basketball All Water Sports SUPERB CUISINE Wfilt for roivrvationi now! CEDARS COUNTRY CLUB V Lohov Ilia, Conn. Weinkles Announce Birth Of Daughter in New York Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Newton Weinkle, 118 B. 93rd st, New York City, announce the birth of •.hendaughter. Romelle Erney, on March 31. 1947. Mrs. Weinkle is the former Reggie Goldstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, 1520 S. \v. Second ave., Miami. Dr. Weinkle is the son of Mr. Louis Weinkle, 622 15th St.. Miami Beach, and the late Mrs. Louis Weinkle. FRIDAY, MAY 2. Hi Rabbi Raab Will Speak At Lag B'omer Meeting Histadruth Ivrith. in conjunction with the Federation of Hebrew Teachers of Greater Miami will hold a Lag B'omer meeting Sunday, May 4, at 3 p.m. at the home of Mr. P. Pushkoff, 1130 S W. Ninth st. Rabbi David Raab. Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. will speak on the significance of Lag B'omer. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Miami Beach Jewish Center, will lender a .number of Palestinian songs. Habonim Youth will also participate in the program. J. Z. Stadlin will preside at the affair. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. Dr. Honor Stresses Unity In Teaching Methods At BJE Education Seminar Dr. Leo Honor pointed out that "unity not uniformity" is the keynote of Jewish teaching at a mass meeting o the State Seminar on Education sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education at Miami Beach Jewish Center Saturday evening. Dr. Honor is head of the School of Education "at Dropsie College. Stressing that although difference in opinion is sacred, a unification of purpose is essential to the future of Jewish community life and knowledge, the educator advised all teachers to seek selfimprovement so that the best possible methods could be used in molding the child, spiritually and Jewishly. Dr. Honor offered the following suggestions to the Miami bureau in furthering its work: development of high educational standa ids, increased teacher training, adult education, reaching the unschooled and the establishment of a community library. Picon, Lebedow Heard On Jewish Radio Show By special request. WBAY "Jewish Musical Hour" this week will feature renditions by Molly Picon and Aaron Lebedow. The recorded program is heard each Friday at 11 a. m. and Sunday at 10 a. m., under the direction of Jacob Schecter. Yiddish Theatre of Air Features Dance Music "Yiddish Theatre of the Air." presented ><\<-r WINZ Sunday at 10:15 to 11 a.m.. will feature recordings of Palestinian and Jewish dances this week. Sidney Kirsch. director, promises, in addition, transcriptions of various prominent Jewish singers. Garvey to Gather Data For Nationwide Survey Victor Garvey, assistant in community planning for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been named by the Council of Federations and Welfare Funds to gather data on Jewish aged in Miami, Tampa and Orlando as part of a nationwide study being conducted by the council. The information to be obtained by Garvey will be the result of personal interviews and a thorough check with all social service agencies in the communities assigned to him. The survey is under the direction of Morris Zelditch, director of social planning for the council, which is defraying expenses for the study. Mr. Garvey has been with the local Federation since last July. For the past several months he has assisted in the direction of the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal. Pamela, daughter of Mr Mrs Murry Grossman M SIW. Fifth st. was hon2 26 at Jackson Memorial £ pital Linda Debra, daurZ of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A £ van, arrived April 22 at' W son Memorial hospital & of Mr. and Mrs. Morton RotS berg was born April 29 David, son of Mr. and Robert Lowenthal, April 11 Richard Louis, son of Mr nJ Mrs. Herman Sherman, An 1 Jerome, son of Mr m Mrs. Max Leshnick, April 3 Kathleen Diane, daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Honiqsbe April 7 Karen E., dauqhti of Mr. and Mrs. Moe Feinao April 10. Harvey Ralph, son of Mr. < Mrs. Joseph Marcus, April Mitchell, son of Mr. & Mrs. Morton Rubinson, April ] Max, son of Mr. and M Hyman Nissen Gary Ala son of Mr. and Mrs. Berna Geiserman Robert Edmun son of Mr. and Mrs. Willia Schwartz Penelope, daug ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fel man. DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. "A Vacation Paradise" Early Reservations Suggested June 1st till Oct. 1st EXCELLENT FOOD Golf Horseback Riding Popular Prices maeM. 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. DINING ROOM AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE STEAKS. 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%  % % %  B.mAY, MAY 2, 1947 JJHJCD to Induct Heads At Traditional Affair traditional spring luncheon ,11 mark the installation of ofuc.s in the Miami chapter of L National Home for Jewish rhildrrn at Denver, Tuesday, £v 6 at noon in the Shelbome hole! Mrs. Myron Newman will perform the rites. Those to be inducted include Urs. Samuel Kirstein, president; [Ira Irving Becker, Mrs. George Seller and Mrs. Isadore Vogel, rice presidents; Mrs. Albert DubL recording secretary; Mrs. Samuel Leschel. financial secretary Mrs. Harry Siegel, treasurer,' and Mrs. Ben Bloom, auditor. Reservations are obtainable from Mrs. Uubler at 2205 S. W. Seventh ave., Miami. BB Lodge Extends Drive B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge membership drive has been extended to May 13 to enable members to quality for awards to be given for submitting 10 or more new names. Prizes fur those who meet the quota include an engraved Egyptian parchment certificate and a gold menornh pin. Fast Dependable EXPRESS Also STORAGE DIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 2-7339 1468 S. W. 6th Street Dr. Klein Chosen 3-Year Trustee In JWV Post Dr. Maurice Klein w;is elected a 3-year trustee of the Miami Beach Post No. 330 of Jewish War Veterans at the April 10 meeting. Trustees named for one and two-year periods were Samuel A. Rivkind and Burnett Roth Former past commander of the Greater Miami Jewish War Vd erans, Dr. Klein has been a mem. ber of this post for only two months, however, his popularity was sufficient to have caused him to receive the highest vote as trustee the first ti me he was nominated for any office in the post. A leader in civic affairs, he recently qualified his intention to run in the Miami Beach council election of June 3. Campaign headquarters have been set up at 441 Washington ave. ^Jewlstfhrkilan PAGE THIRTEEN Needless deaths from cancer this year will run between 30 000 and 60,000. T^ey will die mainly because they lacked the knowledge to seek help early enough or did not get the treatment they needed. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under t ti. %  fictitious name of MIAMI PRINTING & ADVERTISING] :ii T.:2\ N. E. 3rd St., Miami, Fla., Intend o> register B ild name with the clerk of the Circuit C t of DadCounty, Florida. I.K. iNA BENNETT ANTIK NT GAITO WILLIAM L. PALI/OT, Attorney for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-30 Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TEL. 3-6661 • Escrows # Abstracts • Title Insurance TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 One of the Oldest Title Insurance Companies In the United States Conference Considers Role of American Jewry Action on major needs in Jewish life marked the twelfth annual conference of the Southeastern region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds held in New Orleans April 19-2o' Isaac S. Heller of New Orleans was re-elected president and representatlve of the Southeastern region of the UJA. Elected vice presidents were Marx J. Borod of Memphis and James L. Perniutt of Birmingham. Executive committee members, representing i.ll 36 member communities in the region, were selected. Conference sessions considered the role of American Jewry in meeting local, national and world obligations; progressive trends in American Jewish community organization with broader scope and greater participation; varied campaign techniques to raise record -sums in 1947 spring drives; reviewed substantial progress in local and regional child care and services to the aged and reviewed principles for improved budget practice. Speakers included Dr. William Haher, University of Michigan, Am. Arbor; Stanley C. Myers, Miami, national president, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; Philip Bernstein, New York, associate director, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds; Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta, and Myron J. Rothschild, Montgomery, past presidents. Southeastern region. Over 200 community leaders from 10 states attended the conference. New Postage Stamps WASHINGTON (JTA).—A resolution has been introduced in the house of representatives to issue a three-cent stamp in honor of Haym Salomon, Polish Jewish immigrant who aided the American colonies in their fight for independence. Salomon was one of the foremost financiers for the Continental Congress and sacrificed his personal fortune to help outfit and feed Washington's armies. The post office department recently issued a similar stamp to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Joseph Pulitzer, American publisher, who rose to world fame after arriving in this country a penni. less immigrant. He left a considerable fortune to projects for [the advancement of the arts. 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 off 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 FEKIAL FORTY.FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. LIPTON, President INSURED Rose chapter, Buil B'rilh Women, will hold an election meeting at the home of Esther Lee Kasrin. 1126 Ocean dr., Monday evening at 8 o'clock. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Skr A CI 'UB, at 701 R. Miami Ave., Miami, Ha., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt of Da.le County. Florida. BAMUEL ZIMMERMAN MAX DUNN i 2-9-1C-23-S0 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietitlous name of VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2!)76 N. W Seventh Ave., Miami, Kla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This business, formerly a partnership between Clarence J. Wallace and Samuel Flesch, is now operated by the undersigned as sole owner SAMUEL FLESCH ISAAC JOPPE, Attorney for Applicant. 5/8-9-1 6-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SILVERS MARKET, at 1400 N. W Mh Court, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of Flf i'l C Urt f Dade County MOB RERKOWITZ x.,,,.,.., AR *OLI> HURVITZ MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN, 6/2-S if"n' S i Applicants. • fc NOT i CB IS HERERY GIVEN that the undesigned, desiring to engage In Url'Tv<"",",','',' h """lions name of < %  !' BENS APARTMENTS & HO'ITI Mv;:\' s i. : ,t J 7 U *wnito* gj !" Miami Reach, Fla., Intend to register rw?!5 ?J[! th -J Iw n rk "' the Circuit < I of Dade County. Florida. LILLIAN OIMPEL %  rvmx, ,.-. VIVIAN OIMPEL MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat the undersigned, desiring to engage In SSTTW'S S5? !" ,np flc l i "'"' name of >, V S DRBSS SHOP, at 188-15 N. Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .... PATJT, S. GREEN l 18-25 5/2-9-18 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietitlous name of [.AND D GROOERTERIAS, at 378 -V W. Fifth St.. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IRVING S. WEINSTEIN DAVID V. WEfNSTElN SJMONHOFF & SIMONHOFF. Attorneys for Applicants. r '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. E. 6th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ABRAHAM RETSKIN, Sole Owner. AMOS BENJAMIN, Attorney for Abraham Retskln. 4/4-11-18-25 5/8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LINCOLN' ROAD WATCH HOSPITAL at 337 Lincoln Road. Miami Bnrh Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CViunty. Florida. GEORGE H. MARKOWITZ WA8MAN SILVER, Attorneys for Applicant. '1I-TR-25 5/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARTS SERVICE STATION, at 4602 N. W 32nd Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv. Florida. ALFRED D1MEN, OSCAR G. HALEY. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN. 6 "' Attorneys' for Applicants. I/U-18.2B 5/2-9 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that thn undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SM1LEYS COFFEE SHOPPE, at 1050 N. E. First Avenue. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ABRAHAM GALTNSKY RROCCHA GALTNSKY WALTER C. KOVNER. Attornev for Applicants. 4/4-11-1S-25 5/2 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SEROS FOOD CENTER, at 2904 BIscayno Blvd.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to "eclster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT BARON THOMAS SEROPULOS. Partners HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants. 4,4-11-18-25 5/2 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S. W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cbuny. Florida. WALI.ACE KIRK CLAIRE KIRK MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN^ !" Attorneys for Petitioners. 4/25-5/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in SV.. n ??f u '" U r the 'letitlous name of SMILI-.i B BAR, at. 446 North Miami A\enuc, Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of Florida' C Urt Dade Counl y' _. HARRY TRACHTMAN WASMAN & SILVER, Attorneys for Applicants. 4/2o a/2-9-16-23 .. „JJ RDER OF PUBLICATION IW n7SSLSSS OTr fOCRT OF THE f'' E \'^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT! FLORTD! ycfijeMt 0 "^ EUGENE HA YV.^LLER. v „ Plaintiff, EVELYN MILLER TO: EVELYN MILLER; e,,dant 2806 West Avenue 32 wl;? s A ,'UF c,es California. to f?l a ^ R A HRRER Y REQUIRED to file an Appearance In the above ?y? rPe .K m0 "." on or before May 10 slon will be entered against von In ofTlor-i'da*: W h thC taw of 'he State 194 I 7 ated th S 10Ul d3y f Apr "' A D E B. LEATHERMAN, mt.l c' er !f S, f the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Real) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 818 Reynold Rulldlng. Miami, Florida. 1/11-18-25 :,/2 iv n£ R .? ER 0F PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE vl : V5X TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: IN AND FOR DADE COUN TT FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 108372 ROSE LIPINSKY, Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL LIPINSKY, TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKX nt S?8 r V. f ,h i A"^„ J er* Iry C San Diego, Oallfornla. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance In the above divorce motion on or before May 10. 1947. otherwise a Decree Pro Confession will be entered against you In accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. Dated this 10th day of April, A. D. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER, Attorney for Plaintiff, 818 Seyhold Rullding, Miami. Florida. 4/11-18-25 5/2 NOTICE" IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROGERS MEN'S WEAR, at 113 N. E. 79th Street. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RORERT M. GOLDMAN ETHEL GOLDMAN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. Attorneys for Applicants, H/4.U-U.M / IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. 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: Yon, 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 Willie Gndson. 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 publication here of. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will ho barred. See Section 120 of tho 1933 Probate Act. Date: April Rth. AD. 1947. MARIE TAYLOR. As Administratrix of the Estate of Willie Gadson, deceased. SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ & LASKY. Attorney for Administratrix. 4/11-18-25 5/2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19051 In Re: Estate of BEULAH 1RWIN, also 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 Beulah Irwln, also known as Beulah 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 offlcw In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date: April 8th. A.D. 1947. LINTON D. IRWIN, As Administrator of the Estate of Beulah Irwln, also known as Beulah L. Irwln. deceased. SILVER, KAPLAN, DIETZ A LASKY, "" Attorneys for Admlnlitrator. 4/ll-U-M 6/8 72



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9^^H^F %  i FRIDAY. MA Y 2. 1947 Second Annual Banquet Marks Junior Hadassah Installation Services jj a y m has been set as the date for Junior Hadassah's second anua l installation banquet and dance to be held in the Bayview room of the Alcazar hotel. Highj igh t of the evening will be the installation of officers for the ensuing year. Miss Natalie Frankcl. president of the Southeastern ,.,,,,,„„. will conduct the ceremonies. Officers were elected at a meeting held last night at Temple Beth Sholom. The slate included: President, Doris Albin; vice presidents, Toby Cooper, Eileen Cowen and Beverly Raphael; treasurer, Lucille Yagoda; corresponding secretary, Elarose Rogow; recording secretary, Doris Shapero; financial secretary, Arlcne Hose, and social secretary, Hilda Schwartz. Theme tor the dance, which will begin at 9 P-m., is being carried out with announcements, placecards, and dance-cards in the form of a top hat and fan. A souvenir bulletin containing the history of the chapter will be nted to all guests. The banquet is open to paid-up members and their dates, which entitles them to admission to the dam.' as well, at $2.75 per plate. Non-members may attend the dance with dates at $1.00 per n. Deadline for purchase of all tickets to the affair is May 1. Reservations may be made by calling Miss Yagoda or Miss Albin. 'JewislifhrkOan \eps Up ; every dish if i touches I Heinz Tomato Ketchup I ONE OF THE VARIETIES. I I %  J* from the world's "nest tomatoes, rare Jsp'ccsandfTncvine^r/ Beach Voters Register Miami Beach voters arc hurrying to the office of the registration clerk to qualify as interest in the approaching City Council election rises with the naming of each new candidate. Rovina S u d n o w, resistration clerk, believes that the total registrations may reach the 14,000 mark before the closing of the rolls on May 13. The city's previous high was recorded in 1041 when 11,694 residents signed up. Voters who have participated in other elections this year need not re-register. Residents who have lived in the state for one year and in Miami Beach for six months are eligible and may register between 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. on week-days and before noon on Saturday. PAGE FIVE Here's the committee in charge of dedication ceremonies for the new $775,000 Y.M. & W.H.A. community center to be constructed at 15th ter. and Bay rd., Miami Beach. The ceremonies will get under way at 2 p.m. Sunday before an anticipated audience of 2,000 persons. Left to right are Lou Goldberg, Dr. M. B. Cirlin, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Leo Huberman. George Bertman, chairman of the dedication committee; Jack P. Marash, executive director of the Y.Samuel Rivkind, Max Meisel, Paul Weitzman, William Siegel and Miss Frances Cooper. Red Cross Drug Department Store has a reputation (or LOWER PRICES o* % /# w This past week President Truman told American Business that unless prices are lowered, a recession is likely. We agree with Mr. Truman. A recession means unemployment, perhaps bread lines, and certainly a general shut-down of American production and prosperity. • • The Red Cross Department Store this year is celebrating its Golden Anniversary in service to Greater Miami. During all of these 50 years Red Cross Department Store has held prices down. We have taken low mark-ups. We have saved Miamians hundreds of thousands of dollars. • • • Many months ago our executives realized that prices were getting out of hand due to increases forced at the manufacturers' level. We ordered every department to reduce mark-ups, thereby reducing prices. We continued, as we always have, to assure Miamians of lowest possible costs on basic needs. • • Red Cross Department Store is taking very seriously the president's request to lower prices. Meetings of our buyers and department heads have been held. We have studied every item in our vast stock of merchandise. The decision has been made that Red Cross is to abide by the president's request. We realize that in doing this we might be dangerously reducing profits. But we feel that this is a good investment for the future of Miami and our Nation. • • MIAMIANS These steps have been taken to Save You Money. All of this is in line with Red Cross Department Store's policy of honest, more-for-your-money merchandise. Remember, our prices are always low ... always invite your comparison. Watch our advertisements in the daily newspapers. \^c^^^^ 51 E. Flagler Street President Phone 3-6231