The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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5LUME 20-NUMBER 19
^^[J^J^mDA^ FRIDAY, MAY 9. T
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PRICE: TEN CENTS
Inited Nations PoiiticaKommittee Grants Jewish Agency Hearing
Sweeping Man-Hunt on In Palestine
allowing Break By 231; 14 Killed
[JERUSALEM, May 5 (JTA)
most extensive manhunt in
history of modern Palestine
under way early this week
Dowir.g an Irgun-engineered
Us jail break from Acre prison
nday during which 14 Jews
ire killed and 216 prisoners
taped.
British troops poured into the
lilee area from the south while
r reinforcements came in
i the northern border and the
coastal area to cordon off
bumber of Jewish settlements
to search the Galilee hills
I the escaped prisoners.
(he dead Jews included four
pped prisoners, two attackers,
I five Jews who the military
Ihorities maintain were' in-
against the entire Jewish commu-
nity for the actions of a "group
of desparadoes."
Acre was under curfew and
completely cordoned off a num-
ber of hours after the jail break
and the Jewish community of
Safad was cordoned off while
troops under orders to take no
chances were "screening" every
Jewish man and boy. Upper and
Lower Gagee was cut 0ff from
the rest of Palestine and all com-
munication facilities were in the
hands of the military. Planes
circled overhead, seeking to spot
the escapees.
Among the Jewish communities
being searched were the settle-
ments of Naharia, Shavei Zion,
Jewish Group Split On Laws
u in the attack, but whotKfar Masaryk. Mi^m" Hayam,
described by Jewish sources
ing innocent members of a
settlement who were shot
fai by British paratroopers.
wounded attackers and 16
jijured raiders were captured.
spokesman for the Jewish
ncy released a strongly word-
atement terming the action
onsible and suicidal." The
fanent pointed out that an ex-
jive number of Jews were
fcd and the only purpose the
(served was to release nearly
Arab prisoners, "many of
were guilty of shedding
ish blood." The spokesman
glided that he hoped the gov-
pent would not retaliate
and Ein Hamifratz. Jewish ob-
servers point out that the last two
colonies were established by Jews
of left-wing sentiments who are
not apt to have taken any part
in the Irgun's bloody raid.
According to latest reports
based on eye witness accounts,
the prison was first breached by
two jeep loads dressed in British
uniorms. While attackers with
automatic weapons and hand
grenades kept the prison guards
busy, the men from the jeeps in-
vaded a building next to one of
the prison walls and blew a hole
in the wall. Entering by way of
the hole and ladders placed on
the roof of the building they
blasted several more openings
in the enclosure.
FLUSHING MEADOWS (JTA)
The Jewish Agency this week
won its first victory at the United
Nations special session on Pales-
tine when the general assembly
voted 44^0 7 for a resolution in-
structing the political committee
to grant a hearing to the Jewish
Agency.
The resolution also authorized
the committee to grant hearings
if it so desired, to other groups
representing the population of
Palestine, such as the Arab
higher committee, which applied
or a hearing. The only delega-
tions voting againstf the resolu-
tion were the five Arab states,
Turkey and Afghanistan. India,
Iran and Siam abstained and the
Costa Rican delegate was absent.
The resolution was presented
jointly by the delegations of
Chile, Argentina, Byelorussia,
Yugoslavia and Uruguay. Earlier
each of these delegations had sub-
mitted separate resolutions. How-
ever, during a recess the five con-
ferred at the suggestion of As-
sembly President Dr. Aranha and
agreed to merge their resolutions
I Delegates to Attend
Bnnial Convention
|ASHINGTON, D. CMore
400 delegates, representing
B'nai B'rith members
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Spokesmen for two major Jewish
civic protection organizations
split sharply this week on the
question of outlawing group liel
and banning anti-Semitic litera-
ture from the mails, during testi-
mony before the President's Com-
mittee on Civil Rights.
Will Maslow, head of the Social
Action Commission of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, urged the
committee to recommend the cre-
ation of "a group defamation
statute" and to sponsor legisla-
tion to outlaw the sending of
anti-Jewish publications through
the mails. Declaring that there
were at least 55 such publications
circulating despite the fact that
organized anti-Semitism is prob-
ably at "its lowest ebb since the
early '30s," Dr. Maslow said the
Congress was concerned with
Whout the world, will be
r1 at the service organiza-1 TuX manifesttion"s*beVau"se they
] imperilled not only a particular
[ minority group, "but democracy
triennial convention here|
IU-15.
B Survey Ready
SBURGH-The future of
Jewish Community Center
"lent and the postwar func-
services and programs of
National Jewish Welfare
(JWB), the national asso-
J> of the 300 Jewish Com-
Jy Centers and JM-YWHA's,
> shaped in large measure
findings and recommenda-
01 the report of the JWB
yi^'ch wil1 be made pub-
JWB's annual meeting, to
1-the William Penn Ho-
."wurgh, from Saturday
May loth, through Mon-
*y 12th.
"nder the auspices of a
fa. ittee of 35 natio1
* Jewish educators,
entmc Comm"nal leaders
emmg every Jewish view-
** the chairmanship of
* Banm. of Columbia Uni-
VoSrVTeyWaS,COnduct-
* of ih f Janowi*y. of the
C.ty of New York.
Wring
.""ore than a year to
h Jewnhaln trpling of
lsn public opinion,
the Survey covers JWB's aims,
goals, services, prorams and re-
lationships to Jewish Community
Centers, other national Jewish
organizations, Jewish schools and
synagogues.
Receipt of the Commission's re-
port on Saturday evening from
its chairman, Dr. Salo Baron, and
the recommendations and find-
ings of Dr. Oscar Janowsky, who
conducted the year-long Survey,
will follow the presentation of the
annual report by JWB's presi-
dent, Frank L. Weil. Maurice
Mermey, a member of JWB's ex-
ecutive committee, who in 1945
fathered the resolution that led
to the Survey, will outline the
procedure for the discussion of
the report by the convention.
Stanley Kann, of Pittsburgh,
chairman of the national arrange-
ments committee, will open the
convention. Judge Benjamin
Lencher, president of the Pitts-
burgh YM-WHA, and Nathan B.
Jacobs, president of the Irene
Kaufmann Settlement, will greet
the delegates on behalf of the
Pittsburgh member associations
of JWB.
itself."
Dr. John Slawson, executive
vice-president of the American
Jewish Committee, opposed en-
actment of group libel laws and
laws banning the mails or deny-
ing second class mailing privi-
leges to publications containing
objectionable material. "To at-
tempt to curb by sanctions the
free expression of ideas, even
hostile ideas, is psychologically
as well as legally unsound," Dr.
Slawson said.
Drs. Slawson and Maslow
agreed on the need for enlarged
and improved machinery in the
federal government to defend
civil rights. They advocated ex-
pansion of the Civil Rihts divi-
sion of the Justice Department
so that more funds were avail-
able for investigators. Both en-
dorsed the Ives FEPC Bill and
called for abolishment of the poll
tax, and for prosecution of vio-
lations.
Replying to a question by Com-
mittee member Boris Shishkin,
chief economist for the A.F.L.,
Dr. Slawson said that he favored
into one, which reads as follows:
The general assembly resolves:
1. That the first (political) com-
mittee grant a hearing of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine on
the question before the commit-
tee; 2. To send to that same com-
mittee for its decision those other
communications of a similar char-
acter from the Palestinian popu-
lation which have been received
by this special session of the gen-
eral assembly or may later on be
submitted to it.
The Polish-Czech resolution
calling for admission of the Jew-
ish Agency to the general assem-
bly to express its views was voted
down 39 to 8. Only Poland, Bye-
lorussia, Czechoslovakia, the Uk-
raine, the U.S.S.R., South Africa
Leaders of the Jewish Agency
and Chile voted for it.
expressed gratification that they
will finally have an opportunity
to state their case before all 55
member states of the United Na-
tions, which comprise the po-
litical committee. They con-
ferred with Lester Pearson, Ca-
nadian chairman of that com-
mittee, who assured them that he
would give them a fair hearing,
even though he feels that discus-
sions at the committee should be
restricted to the procedure of
constituting and instructing a
U.N. fact-finding committee to
prepare for consideration of the
Palestine question at the regular
session of the assembly in Sep-
tember.
Within their own ranks, the
Jewish Agency leaders were dis-
cussing the nature of the presen-
tation which they should make
at the political committee. Some
members of the Agency executive
are inclined to restrict the pre-
sentation to the demand that the
British government be urged by
a permanent Commssion on Civil
Rights which would set policy to I the United Nation^ To caVr^ou*
(Continued on page 4) I (Continued on Page 7)
Henry Monsky, B'nai B'rith Head Dies
The Jewry of Greater Miami
joined with the B'nai B'rith chap-
ters at the Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center Tuesday eve-
ning to pay tribute to the memory
of Henry Monsky who died May
3 in a conference parlor at the
Hotel Biltmore, New York City.
His age was 57.
The international president of
B'nai B'rith and chairman of the
interim committee of the Ameri-
can Jewish Conference, Henry
Monsky was siezed with the at-
tack while presiding at a meeting
of the committee comprising the
executive body of the conference,
an organization representing all
Jews in this country.
Mr. Monsky was speaking on
the problem of Palestine and the
current United Nations general
assembly session on the matter
when stricken. His wife, Mrs.
Daisy Monsky, sister of the late
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, past
president of the Miami Beach
Women's chapter of B'nai B'rith.
was at his side.
Participating in the traditional
B'nai B'rith services at the Beach
Jewish Center were Lou Heiman,
first vice president of the Fifth
District; Walter C. Kovner, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach chap-
ter; Sam Silver, president of
Sholem lodge of Miami; Harold
Turk, past president of Sholem
lodge; Rabbi Irving Lehrman and
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Mr. Monsky leaves a son, Hu-
bert, who served as a major in
the American air forces in World
War II; two daughters, Mrs. Paul
Grossman of Omaha and Mrs.
Barbara Turner of San Francisco,
his 99-year-old mother, Mrs.
Abraham Monsky, and a step-
daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Malashock,
both of Omaha, in addition to his
wife.
Mr. Monsky had recently been
appointed chairman of United
States Attorney General Tom
Clark's Juvenile Delinquency
Board by President Truman. He
also was counsel to Father Flana-
gan's "Boys Town" in Nebraska.
Born in Omaha, Mr. Monsky
attended Creighton University,
HENRY MONSKY
graduating in 1912 with a degree
of LL.B. cum laude. He received
an honorary degree of D.H.L.
from Dropsie College, Philadel-
phia, in 1942.
Admitted to the Nebraska bar
in 1912, he became a member of
the firm of Monsky, Grodinsky,
Marer & Cohen of Omaha. He
was elected president of the
Omaha lodge of B'nai B'rith in
the same year. In 1921 he was
named president of District Grand
lodge No. 21. Two years later
he became a member of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Supreme
lodge of the organization, a posi-
tion in which he served until
1938. He had been president of
the Supreme lodge since that
time.
In 1921, Mr. Monsky was a
founder of the Omaha Commu-
nity Chest and Welfare Federa-
tion, serving originally as vice
president. In 1929 he was named
its president.
Mr. Monsky was keenly inter-
ested in the Boy Scout move-
ment. He was a member of the
National Jewish Committee on
Scouting and the National Ad-
visory Council on Girl Scouts. He
was president of the Omaha
Council of the Boy Scouts of
America in 1927.
He also was active in many
other welfare, philanthropic and
civic groups, culminating in his
appointment in 1945 as an adviser
to the United States delegation to
(Continued on page 4)


Wfe"*fer:
PAGE TWO

lerAonally Speaking
Miami Ladies Auxiliary of
the American Veterans Com-
mittee will be gathered Friday
night in Mrs. Joseph Cravitt's
patio at 8:30 p. m. for a get
acquainted barbecue. New and
prospective members of AVC
are invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Solamon-
owitz recently entertained at
their winter residence, 301 Col-
lins ave., in honor of the mar-
riage of their grand-daughter,
Harriet Klein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Klein. Friends
and relatives vacationing from
Boston, New York and New
Jersey were present.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Satin, Dr. and
Mrs. M. J. Safra and Mrs. Jack
Hirsch left yesterday to attend
the fourth annual convention
of the Southeastern Synagogue
Council in Savannah, Ga. They
are expected to return Wednes-
day.
Leaving soon for Henderson-
ville, N. C.. is Stan Segal, one
of the operators of the Lakeside
Inn there. Herman Blumen-
kranz, from the Cavalier, will
assist Stan in operating the
Lakeside which was construct-
ed last year.
Daniel Rosenthal, activities
director of the Miami "Y" will
be on vacation during the
month of May. He expects to
take a motor trip to Los An-
geles and return by way of
Baltimore, Md., where he will
attend the National Conference
of Jewish Social Work.
Mrs. Morris Gershon and her
daughter, Polly, will leave Sun-
day for a visit with their family
in Sandersville and Atlanta,
Ga. Abraham Werman has
left for his home in Brooklyn.
When in Miami Beach, he re-
sides at 7301 Alton rd.
Mr. Benn Bloom celebrated
his birthday on May 1. Mr.
Bloom is the owner of the Royal
Palm Sportwear Mfg. Co. .
Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Cohen, 721 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach, was 14 years old on
May 8 and was given a party
by his folks.
Shirley Rothschild, secretary
and office manager of the Mi-
ami "Y" for the past eight years
has left to take up her residence
in New York City.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Bloom are her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Mandel from Brook-
lyn, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gurss have left for
their summer home at Avon
Lake, Ohio. En route, they will
visit their grand-daughter, Bar-
bara Lewis, at Rollins College
to see the play she wrote and
is producing.
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver W. Wolf-
son and their son, Robert, are
visiting their father, Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson, conductor of the
Spinoza Forum on Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Jack August is leaving
for several weeks stay at Hot
Springs Leo Eisenstein will
fly to St. Louis to spend Moth-
er's Day with his mother.
Engagement of Gloria
Kaplan to Justus Miller
At a parly Sunday, Mrs. Otto
Kaplan. 2463 Pine Tree dr., an-
nounced the engagement of her
daughter, Gloria Lee, to Justus
J. Miller. The affair was held at
the home of the parents of ihe
prospective bridegroom, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry A. Miller, 4340 Nauti-
lus dr., Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, Miss Kaplan attend-
ed the University of Miami. Her
fiance also attended the univers-
ity and is associated with the
L. and H. Miller Co. No date
has been set for the wedding.

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AS IT REFRESHES
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Sisterhood Opens New
Season At Sabbath Tea
Beginning their new year with
a Sabbath Tea. members of the
executive board of Temple Israel
S.sterhood w.ll meet at the home
Of Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. 220 W.
Rivo Alto dr., Miami Beach, on
Saturday, May 10. at 2 p. m. Mrs.
Spaet is a director of the Sister-
hood and the wife of the presi-
dent of Tempi.- Israel's congre-
gation.
Among the newly-named com-
mittee chairmen who will attend
the party along with the carry-
over executive board members
are Mrs Colman A. Zwitman,
programs: Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson.
music: Mrs. Harry V. Simons.
hospitality and hostesses; Mrs.
Reba Engler Epstein, religious
extension: Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis,
house of Living Judaism: Mrs.
Benjamin Bronston. interfaith;
Mrs. J. A. Richter. historian: Mrs.
Monte Selig, parliamentarian; and
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, publicity.
Marriage of Bella Shaff,
Herbert Kelly Revealed
Marriage of Miss Bella Shaff
to Herbert Kelly was revealed by
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs
Louis Shaff. 1866 S. W. 16th ter.
FRIDAY, MAY 9,
Mr. Kelly is thi son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Kelly, 510 N. E
71st st.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are
members of the staff of the Mi-
ami Daily News. The bride is a
graduate of Miami Senior High
school and attended the Univers-
ity of Miami. The newlyweds
are now residing at 531 N. E.
71st st.
Seidenberg Silver Announcement
Surprise To Host Of Local Friends
Coming as a surprise to tne
local community was the an-
nouncement this week of the en-
gagement and approaching mar-
riage of Miss Edith Seidenberg
to Max R. Silver.
Miss Seidenberg is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Gussie Seidenberg.
She attended New York schools.
Residing here for the past 22
years, Mr. Silver is the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Israel Silver.
He is a graduate of the Univers-
ity of Miami law school and en-
gaged in the practice of law fol-
lowing his graduation. He served
as legal aid representative for the
Dade County Bar association and
is now chairman of the committee
supervising this activity. He has
been active in communal affairs,
serving on the directorate of many
organizations. He is vice presi-
Civie Appel Discloses
Troth to Earl Pertnoy
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
4430 Royal Palm ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Civie, to Earl Pertnoy, son of Mr.
Keep cool this summer
with Dorothy Gray's Hot
Weather Cologne. Hot
Weather Cologne contains
a new ingredient which
deodorizes as the cologne
refreshes. Comes in Jas-
mine Bouquet, June Bou-
quet, Rose Geranium, Nat-
ural, Snow Flower, Sweet
Spice. About 8 fluid ozs.
MIAMI STORE, TOII-ETRIES,
STREET FLOOR. AI-SO AT
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Pardo-Saval Betrothal
Told At Dinner Party
The bethrothal of Miss Shirley
Pardo to Mr. Stanley Saval was
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isie J. Pardo. 1239 15th
St., Miami Beach.
A dinner party was given by
Mr. and Mrs, Saval at 2368 S. W.
12th St., Miami, on Sunday, May
4, and there, Mr. Saval presented
the ring to Miss Pardo. Those who
attended the dinner party were
Mr. and Mrs. Ginsberg, Mrs. Fan-
nie Bellcove, Mr. Joseph Pardo
and fiancee. Miss Doris Albin,
and Albert Pardo.
The Pardos, from New York,
have been living in Miami Beach
for 3'L. years. Mr. and Mrs. Saval
originally from Baltimore, came
to Miami a year ago and plan
to make their home here perma-
nently.
Miss Pardo attended schools in
New York and graduated from
Miami Beach High School. She
is a member of Junior Hadassah
and the Young Peope's League.
Mr. Saval, who has served in the
Armed Forces for 2M> years, at-
tended schools in Baltimore and
Miami.
Friday night there will be open
house at the home of Miss Pardo
and all her friends are welcomed
to come. No date for the wedding
has been set.
Confirmants of Temple Israel,
accompanied by Iheir parents,
will hold a picnic Sunday at 2
p.m. at Rock Shelter in Greyn-
olds park. The young people
have arranged a program of
games in which the adults may
participate with their children.
.M
and Mrs, Charles Wall, 5216 Pine
Tree dr., Miami Beach.
A graduate of the Lear school
and Miami Beach High school.
Miss Appel taught nursery classes
at Miami Beach Jewish Center.
She is a member of Kappa Phi
sorority and corresponding secre-
tary for American Jewish Con-
gress Youth group. Her parents
have been extremely active in the
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Baltimore City College where he
was president of Upsilon Lambda
Phi fraternity. He attended Johns
Hopkins and the University of
Baltimore. He is now affiliated
with a Beach men's shop.
REGISTER NOW!
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dent and chairman of tj,
of the Miami Y. ^
hjldin New York the latter i^
of June.
babij Parade
Marilyn Ronni, daughter 11
Eleanor and Milton Parker Z\
born April 27 g,^
ward, son of Mr. and Mrs
man Cantor, arrived April 181
...Freddie son of Mr. and Mrt
Freddie Gold, April 9 Qtm
Frederick, son of Mr. and Ma
Marry Kroniewitz, April 25
Mark, son of Mr. and M
Allan Benjamin, was bom Apr]
10 Jimmy Allison, son tf
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solomon
April 15 William GeraJ
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseoli I
Price
MissGewertz.Mr.HymanI
Will Be Married June
Geraldine Gewertz and Leon-I
ard Hyman have chosen June 1
as the date for their marriajtl
Their engagement was announced!
by the parents of the bride-to-be,!
Mr. and Mrs. Archie GewernJ
625 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
The ceremony will take pixel
at the home of Rabbi Max Shi-1
piro and the couple will mabl
their home at 1632 Meridian an,|
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hy-I
man, 1531 S. W. Sixth It, Kr.F
Hyman spent two and one hail
years in the Army Air Forcttl
Both he and his bride are grad-l
uates of Miami Beach high schooLl
New Radio Show Debut
A new program. ''Yiddiskl
Classical Hour." will have its de-l
but Sunday, June 1, over Stationl
WINZ from 12:00 to 1:00 p. n|
The show will be arranged
produced by Morris Nasatir.
A New York promoter
playwright. Mr. Nasatir has b|
a member of the actors union Hi
35 years. He has been a res;da*l
of Miami Beach for the pastinl
years with a home at 6949 Abbott|
ave.
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MAY 9. 1947
III Cohn to Serve As
president of AJC Women
ur< Clarence Cohn will be In-
,td as president of the Ameri-
Stalejctish Congress, Miami
C h Chapter, at a luncheon at
TrSc Hotel. 3925 Collins
S'Thursday. May 15. 12:30
m Mrs. Louis Glasser, divi-
sional president, will conduct the
TJcSn. besides her activi-
iJiwith Congress, has held of-
a president of the Central
Wh Elementary Parent Teach-
\s' association and is now first
vice-president of the Miami
I Reach PTA.
Vice presidents to be inducted
I are Mesdames Joseph M. Rose,
IIrving Lehrman. Emanuel Bas-
Ikind Benjamin Feld, John Soiler
land Jerome Kimball. Other offi-
cers arc: recording secretary, Mrs.
L LCStcr Slcpner; corresponding
Isecretaries. Mrs. Morris Rabino-
Litz. Mrs. Leonard Glickman,
land Mrs. Mollie Schuman: finan-
cial secretaries, Mrs. Bertram
[Thorpe and Mrs. Benjamin Ser-
vant: treasurer. Mrs. Arthur S.
I Klein and auditor, Mrs. William
ILocb.
Mrs. Clara Goldenberg is taking
[reservations for the affair at
15-4824. Mrs. Mollie Janoff
I chairman.
IS
Rabbi Miller Is Named
I Rabbinical Council Pres.
With the re-election of Rabbi
k'ri Miller of Congregation Beth
Jacob, 6109 Park Heights ave.,
[Baltimore. Md., as national presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Council
[of America, high priority is being
(given to the prospect of a united
[front for Orthodox Jewry real-
ized through the coordination of
[forces of the Rabbinical Council
[of America as the rabbinic
Ispokesman, the Union of Ortho-
[dox Jewish Congregations as the
congregational outlet and Yeshiva
[University, the educational foun-
| tainhead.
Plans to bring about this unity
Iwere strengthened at the recent-
ly convened eleventh annual na-
tional convention of the Rabbini-
Ical Council of America. Meeting
in Detroit the Rabbis mapped a
[program of activity designed to
[Intensify Judaism in this country.
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PAGE THREE
TOP Hill AND FUN
A top-hat and fan is the theme
of the annual installation dinner-
dance of Junior Hadassah which'
will take place tomorrow night at
the Bay View room of the Alcazar i
hotel.
The banquet, which will start j
at 7 p.m.. will be open to paid-up'
members and their dates only at
$2.75 per plate. This includes
dancing. The dance is open to
prospective members and their
dates at $1.00 per person. Danc-
ing will begin at 9 p.m.
Mrs. Garden Schwartz will pre- |
sent Henrietta Szold pins to 25
or more Junior Hadassah girls
for their outstanding work. The
Henrietta Szold committee chair-
man is Hilda Schwartz. Assisting
her on the nominating committee
are Beverly Raphael. Lucille
Yagoda. Eileen Cowen, Arlenc
Roas, Shirley Calen and Gertrude
Lash.
A host of committees, headed
by Doris Albin, comprise the be-
hind-the-scene details. They in-
clude: invitations: Doris Shapiro:
announcements, Toby Cooper; ar-
rangements, Hilda Schwartz;
telephone, Gladys Tepper, Bever-
ly Raphael; publicity, Shirley
Pardo; guest book, Sonia Zias,
Frances Abrams. Mariam Ber-
man, Harriet Gottesman; ticket
colection; Roz Worth; favors.
Florence Hilderbrant, Caroline
Schultz. Ruth Sperling: date bu-
reau, Elarose Rogow, Arlene Rose.
JSSB to Elect Board
Of Directors Monday
A nominations committee wll
present a slate of officers for a
Board of directors election of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau.
Monday at 8 p. m. in Beth David
Auditorium. At a future date, of-
ficers in the organization will be
elected from the board.
Mrs. Dorothy Meyers, execu-
tive director of the District Wel-
fare Board. State department of
Public Welfare, will be guest
speaker discussing "Legal Re-
sponsibility for Public Welfare."
Reports will be presented by Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, president,
Hyland Rifas, treasurer, and
Charles Cohen, executive direc-
tor.
Several new amendments to
the constitution of JSSB will be
introduced for approval at this
annual meeting. Major revision
will provide for representation
from the various Jewish cultural
and religious groups in the Great-
er Miami Area. In this way, it
is expected to increase the direc-
torship to approximately T>0.
Also included in the new re-
Vision of the constitution is the
establishment of an executive
committee of 15 to 21 members
which will be elected by the
board at an early date.
Rabbi Shapiro Conducts
Kaler-Driftler Nuptials
Marriage rites for Miss Shirley
Kaler and Josef Driftler took
Place Sunday, April 20, at the
Everglades Hotel lounge with
j!a.b.b'Max Shapiro, Congregation
Beth David, officiating. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Samuel A. Kaler, 560 Michigan
ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Kaler chose a charmeen
suit in light beige for her wed-
ding costume. She wore a coronet
of pink roses enveloped in pink
veiling and a shoulder bouquet
of white orchids completed her
costume. Miss Miriam Kaler, maid
of honor was attired in a white
print dress and straw hat trimmed
to match it.
Son of Mrs. M. Driftler, of Mi-
ami Beach, the groom was at-
tended by his brother-in-law-
to-be, Irving Kaler, of Atlanta.
Cocktails and dinner were served
to those who attended after which
the newlyweds departed for St.
Louis, Mo., where they will make
their home.
Among the out-of-town guests
were Mrs. Clara Mazer, the
bride's aunt from Birmingham;
Mr Max Freidman of Knoxville.
Tenn., and Mrs. James J. Cernig-
lia of Atlanta.
Former residents of Miami, 14
years ago, the Kalers moved to
Atlanta where their daughter was
educated. Two years ago, they
returned to take up residence at
the Beach.
An artist and photographer,
Mr. Driftler has studios at the
Beach. West Palm Beach and At-
lantic City. During the war, he
served in the U. S. Army, where
he did special work, including
the designing of War Bond post-
ers. Sinse his discharge, he has
opened new offices in St. Louis.
Jewish Home for the Aged
will hold a board meeting Tues-
day. May 13. 8 p.m.. af Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Harold
E. Spaet. president, reveals that
a general "clean-up" of busi-
ness for the season will be on
the agenda.
Miami Y Campaign For
Funds to Complete and
Furnish New Building
At a recent meeting of the
board of directors of the Miami
Y.M.&Y.W.H.A., a resolution was
adopted to conduct a campaign
for funds to finish, equip and
furnish the new building.
Leon Kaplan, president, re-
ported that the goal of the orig-
inal drive was set at $200,000. In
the campaigns that were con-
ducted in 1945 and 1946 a total
of $108,000 was raised. Henry
Jacobson was unanimously elect-
ed chairman of the special cam-
paign to raise the balance.
In an interview with Mr. Jacob-
son he said "our building is half
completed, and though our funds
are giving out, we cannot stop.
To do so would be breaking faith
with the people who have worked
so hard and who have given of
their time, means and energy to
make the new building a reality.
However, unless funds are forth-
coming immediately we shall
have to discontinue building op-
erations. I know that the Miami
Jewish community is with us and
will not let us down. We are are
asking for money for something
that might happen, but we are
asking for funds to complete a
job that has already been begun."
Mr. Samuel Leff of New York
City, director of the Jewish Cen-
ter campaign division of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare board, will
direct this special campaign for
the Miami Y.
Beach 'Y' Home Camp
Registration Growing
May 15 has been set as the last
day for the exclusive registration
of YM&WHA members for the
Miami Beach "Y" home camp.
After that day. registration will
be open to the general commun-
ity-
This year, the camp will be
open for boys and girls. 4 to 14
years of age and will start on
June 16 and continue 10 full
weeks to August 22. Camp ses-
sions will be divided into five
2-week periods. Registration will
be accepted for 2-week periods
only.
The camp day, 9:30 a. m. to
4:30 p. m.. is crammed full of
fun, festivity and activity. Swim-
ming twice daily, athletics, arts
and crafts, music, dancing, dra-
matics, fishing, picnics, and
games are only a few phases of
the program. Lunches are served
daily as well as afternoon milk
and cookies.
Cardiac Home Patients
Honor Mothers Sunday
Annual Mother's Day celebra-
tion of the Dade chapter. Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
will be held at Mending Heart,
4250 W. Flagler st.. Sunday. May
11. from 3 to 5 p. m.
On Wednesday. May 14. the
chapter will present its annual
luncheon for installation cere-
monies at the Shelbourne Hotel
at noon. Tickets arc obrainable
by calling Mrs. S. White at 5-2288.
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BBG Group New Officers,
Convention Delegates
Phyllis Goldstein was named
president of BBG chapter, one
of B'nai B'rith girls at an elec-
tion, Wednesday evening, April
30. Other officers who will serve
with her are as follows:
Barbara Ghoul, vice president;
Masha Harris, treasurer; Sue
Goodman, corresponding secre-
tary; Dolores Peckerman, record-
ing secretary; Sybil Rosenbaum,
reporter; and Doris Rosenbaum,
historian. The new officers will
be installed on May 21.
Delegates were chosen for the
BBG district convention to be
held in Washington in June.
Those who will attend are Miss
Peckerman and Miss Ghoul, along
with the newly elected president.
Sholem Lodge Campaign
Results Revealed Today
Final results of the B'nai B'rith
Sholem Lodge membership drive
will be revealed at a luncheon
Friday, 12:15, in the Downtown
Club. Over 100 new members
have been added to the brother-
hood roster.
Those who head the list are:
Charles R. Jacobson. first; Mich-
ael M. Isenberg. second; and Marx
Feinberg, third. Sidney Arono-
vitz, Sam B. Miller. Milton Fried-
man and Irving Saal are tied for
fourth. First, second and third
place wnners will be awarded a
gold menorah insignia.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Louis
N. Marx, 2830 Fairgreen dr.. Mi-
ami Beach, will take place Sun-
day at 12 noon on Mount Nebo
cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
of Miami Beach Jewish Center,
will officiate. Arrangements are
in charge of Sidney H. Palmer,
Miami Monument Co. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
Kimball Advocates Low-
Cost Housing At Beach
Announcing his candidacy for
Miami Beach City Council, J. C.
(Jack) Kimball advocated the
establishment of low-cost housing
for veterans, city employes,
school teachers and others in the
low-income bracket.
Kimball headed the Citizen's
committee which sponsored the
successful bond issue for a $750,-
000 municipal auditorium. He has
been a real estate broker for 22
years, having come to Miami
Beach from Syracuse, N. Y.
A 21-point program was listed
when he revealed that he would
seek a council seat. It includes,
among other things, fire and po-
lice boat service for the water-
front, establishment of a city
yacht basin, preference for vet-
erans in city jobs and elimination
of overlapping departments.
Kimball, with his wife, lives at
446 62nd st.. Miami Beach.
Beach Lodge Lists Date
Of Annual Spring Dance
Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith
has set Sunday, May 18, 8:30
p. m. as the time and date for
its annual spring dance in the
Roney Plaza gardens. Chairman
for the affair is Paul Greene.
Tickets at $1.50 per person may
be obtained at the Beach B'nai
B'rith office, 5-2435. The commit-
tee of arrangements includes:
Godfrey K. Newman, Harold
Zinn, J. Harry Day and Bill Wag-
ner.
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another term.


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TODAY. Mav

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Editorial
HENRY MONSKY
Henry Monsky has passed to his eternal rest. His un-
timely passing was a surprising shock. He passed away just
as he livedin the forefront of the struggle of the Jewish peo-
ple for right, justice and Zion. His name will remain forever in
the annals of American Jewry. The work to which he devoted
his life will continue.

Henry Monsky died at a moment when his sure hands
were guiding the instrument he had done so much to create.
He was stricken while presiding at a meeting of the Interim
Committee of the American Jewish Conference.
Jewish leaders from all parts of the country had assembled
at the Hotel Biltmore in New York on that fateful Friday. May
2, to discuss actions by American Jewry as the United Nations
were debating the Palestine issue, and to approve the plan
for the future organization of the American Jewish Conference.
With calmness, yet with passion, in measured, forceful
words, Henry Monsky spoke of what lay nearest to his heart-
the building of a permanent, democratic American Jewish body
capable of carrying on the united struggle for justice for the
Jewish people.
He spoke for the adoption of the plan presented by the
Committee on Future Organization, headed by Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath. The man who had steered the Conference through
the shoals of dissension during the four years of its existence,
- spoke with his last living breath for an attainable ideal.
Then, turning to Louis Lipsky. chairman of the Executive
Committee, who sat at his side, Henry Monsky asked him to
take over the meeting. At 6:15 that evening, he died. __
Henry Monsky left a testament to American Jewry. His
plea for Jewish unity, and against a return to chaos, was his
message at the end. In fulfilling this testament, American Jewry
will be erecting an indestructible and living memorial to a man
who laid down his life in the service of his people.
On May 3, Louis Lipsky, on behalf of the Executive Com-
mittee of the American Jewish Conference, issued the following
statement:
"Henry Monsky was stricken while engaged in a discus-
sion of the Interim Committee of the American Jewish Confer-
ence, acting as its chairman. The last words he spoke were a
plea for Jewish unity and for the success of the Jewish cause
in the United Nations. As President of B'nai B'rith, the largest
democratic Jewish organization in the United States, Mr. Monsky
was the initiator of the preliminary conferences out of which
was born the American Jewish Conference, representing the
largest union of Jews ever organized by the American Jewish
community. He has been its leader ever since.
"He was a man dedicated to moderation, fair dealing and
the democratic way of life, not only in American affairs but
in Jewish life as well. His influence was always on the side of
the highest interests of his people, for which he sacrificed his
time and means all his life. He brought with him to the support
of the causes in which he was interested the strength and in-
fluence of B'nai B'rith, which owes a great deal to his unselfish
devotion as its leader for a decade.
"The whole American Jewish community mourns his un-
timely death."
It would be the wish of Henry Monsky that no time be lost
in th struggle of our people to attain their objectivea demo
erotic American Jewish body capable of achieving justice for
the Jewish people. It is with his wishes in mind that members
of our community have suggested the name of Dr. Abram L.
Sachar to assume the leadership of this noble work. Time and
again the late Henry Monsky paid tribute to Sachar's initiative
and leadership. More and more responsibility was placed upon
him by Monsky who by so doing, acknowledged Sachar's capa-
bility. To fill the footsteps of the man who has gone from our
midst will be a difficult task. We are confident that Sachar, if
so honored, would ably emulate his predecessor.
HENRY MONSKY. B'NAI
B'RITH HEAD, DIES
(Continued from page t)
the United Nations at San Fran-
cisco. He also testified before the
Anglo-American Committee on
Palestine in Washington last year.
He pleaded for the establishment
of a national home for Jewish
people in Palestine.
On April 26. Mr. Monsky took
strong issue with Lessing Rosen-
wald. who heads the American
Council for Judaism, on the issue
,f Palestine, in a telegram to
President Truman. The interim
committee wire described the
.-ouncil as "an insignificant
splinter group" and said "ele-
mentary justice requires equit-
,ble representation of Jewish in-
erests" before the United Na-
tions session. The council had
.pposcd any move to make the
Jewish Agency for Palestine a
ion-voting representative at the
isscmbly.
Among the organizations in
which Mr. Monsky had played a
part were the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, the national council of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University in Palestine, the
United Palestine Appeal, of which
he was honorary chairman, and
the American Jewish Assembly.
>f which he was convenor. He
was editor of the National Jewish
Monthly, a Mason, an Elk. and a
member of the Highland Country
Club of Omaha.
A great gathering of Mr.
Monsky's fellow-townsmen of all
faiths attended the funeral ser-
vices jointly conducted by Reform
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld and Or-
thodox Rabbi Israel Moshowitz of
Omaha. Rabbi David Wice of
Newark, N. J.. formerly of Omaha,
ind Dr. Abram L. Sachar. na-
tional director of B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations. Members of
the B'nai B'rith National Execu-
tive Committee gathered here
from all sections of the country
to attend the services. The body
lay in state at the Jewish Com-
munity Center prior to the fun-
eral services at Temple Israel.
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FLASH! !
Is it true that Senator Bilbo has prepared a statement"
ing" his anti-Semitism and is seeking to make a deal to end ^^
tion to his resuming his seat on Capitol Hill? "^
POT POURRI
Dr. Henry Doubilet, one of the top surgeons in the US a
who takes an intelligent interest in communal affairs, is al
inventor of surgical instruments Yes, notwithstanding
French name, Henry is one of our people Sy Kenan m
domo of the American Jewish Conference, is now giving his till
time to the political work of the ZOA The A.J.C. will find"!
hard to replace him Maurice Samuel's "The Web of Lucifer-
holding its own on the best-seller list Reverend Ben Richardsoal
has just finished a tome dealing with the subject of a Negro lookij
at Jewish history The Jewish Labor Council will be in th?
headlines before long with a bombshell announcement n.
Albert Einstein, a violinist who's made a name for himself J
physics, attended a lecture the other day on "Expression and SymJ
in the Italian Madrigal" The lecturer was a musician win!
knows next to nothing about physics Also named Albert Ein-
stein The two Einsteins are old friends.
PERSONALIA
Now that the areas of disagreement between Rabbi Silver anil
Dr. Weizmenn are growing larger every day. it is interesting J
remember that it was Weizmann who brought Silver back to ZionJ
leadership ... Dr. Albert Einstein (the one who knows somethiaj
about physics) is quietly preparing a scientific treatise that wl
make plenty of noise in the applause of his colleaguesa follow-J
on his theory of relativity The other day Pierre van PassenvJ
to be passing on his application said in court: "This country honortj
to be passing on hs application said in court: "This country honort
itself by adding you to its citizenry." And so it is.
"OUR" RACISTS
This isn't a nice story We tell it here because we belim
that, like the "Black Book" of Nazi atrocities, it drags into the M
light a hideous thing which must be seen to be dealt with ... Ina
poll taken by "Actor's Cues," New York producers voted 75 perwtl
against the Marcus Heiman discrimination policy practiced in
Washington's National Theatre The Heiman position is: "tU
the admission of Negroes to the National Theatre would be hand
to business and distasteful to the clientele." Only two pro-
ducers supported this doctrine of racism Their "brothers" a]
European DP camps will want to know who they are Arth
Klein and Bernard S. Straus are the names of "our" racists.
BROADWAY GOSSIP
Charlie Chaplin is studying the idea of writing, producing art
playing in a film dealing with the tragedy of the Jewish refugee-
Judy Holliday. of the "Born Yesterday" cast, may accept a Holly-
wood offer Laura Hobson, author of "Gentleman's Agreement,
is looking for a house in Westport, Conn. Which reminds b
that Arthur Miller of "Focus" and "All My Sons" fame, has a bit-
part in the four-star pic "Boomerang." ... He was writing the Allj
My Sons" script at his Connecticut home when the film was
location" there, and they shoved him into a police line-up for local
color Eddie Cantor's daughter, Marilyn, thinking about a pro-
ducing venture on B'way Film Star J. EdwardJJrombeij b|
written the introduction to the catalogue for Yul. Blumbergsa
hibit ... The paintings are at the ACA Gallery in New 1
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A USEFUL SURVEY
The results of a unique survey, as socially daiinq as it is
unprecedented, will be revealed when the delegates to the
annual meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board assemble
in Pittsburgh on May 10th.
On this historic occasion, when the eyes of the Jewsh Cen-
ter movementand even American Jewry itselfwill be fixed
on it, there will be disclosed the results of a study, begun in
1945, of the aims,, programs and relationships of the JWB to
Jewish Centers, to the armed forces and to the Jewish Com-
munity, undertaken at JWB's behest by a Commission com-
posed of 36 scholars, educators and communal leaders. If the
findings of the Commission, whose members represent vir-
tually all the major learned professions and every shade of
Jewish thought were just another committee report, they would
excite little interest in the community at large. But it is scarcely
that.
Locally the survey should prove informative. We have
been confronted for some time with the problem of the Jewish
Center movement as carried on by our Ys and its duplication
or substitution by Synagogue and Temple programing
This group of non-partisan Jewish figures, representing the
major national Jewish organizations of America and headed
by Prolessor Salo Baron of Columbia University, undertook the
unprecedented task of submitting an agency with more than
three decades of successful achievement on behalf of Jewish
Centers and the armed forces to a probeusing the community
as its laboratory. This dramatic and highly scientific survey,
VOLUME 20 NUMBER 19
Friday. May 9. 1947
AYAR 19, 5707
Grossman to Attend
JSW Conference
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Miami Y.M. St
Y.W.H.A., and Daniel Rosenthal,
activities director, will attend
the National Conference of Jew-
ish Social Work in Baltimore,
Md., from May 21 to June 4.
The conference includes spe-
cial sessions arranged by the as-
sociation for the specific benefit
of workers in Jewish group ac-
tivities.
carried out with all the integrity, techniques and controls of any
good scientific investigation, was entrusted to Dr. Oscar Janow-
sky, of the College of the City of New York, eminent scholar
and authority on Jewish minority rights.
Undaunted by a task which might have phased a scholar
of lesser stature. Dr. Janowsky and his staff of researchers set
out to dissect the aims, character and effectiveness of the JWB
Dhilosophy and program with a view to charting JWB's peace-
time program of service. Heartened by the nature of the com-
mission's mandateto probe fearlessly and let the chips fly
where they mayDr. Janowsky and his aids made a sampling
of Jewish opinion which, in effect, amounted to a referendum
on an organization which has been serving since its inception
in 1913. In the course of his study, his staff conducted more than
3,000 interviews with Jewish Center Board members. Center
JJ"?{JerB and rank and members. In addition, it completed
2.450 questionnaires and studies of 297 Jewish Centerscover-
ing 225 communities.
The five committees at the Pittsburgh meeting charged with
considering the findings will indeed have a historic report to
make to the body. Yet their approach to the conclusions will
be made easier by the knowledge that the survey was not
trammeled by vested interests, and carried on judicially and
in a democratic manner by a body whose only concern
the public weal.
Jewish Groups Split
On Anti-Semitic Laws
(Continued from Poj fl
coordinated the work at*]
ernment departments in sertW
to abolish violations of .
rights, and also plan an educat*!
program to get the need for Pf
tection of civil righU over tj*l
public. He also urged a M>J
anti-lynching bill IJ-Mi
state legislation againsd'sc;
ination by educational fl*j
tions and state law. J
rights, fair employnienU
cational practices
and outla*
restrictive real estate"*
Dr. Maslow testified that
felt that the aboli^'jL
poll tax and guaranteed^-
for the Negro W* Pjjff
most important item *>
for civil rights since orj
civil rights. Souti
Alexander F-Mj^i IT
representative of the*
Anti-Defamation LeaJ*
ed that there are a larg
of professional an f
groups working nro 8
country, in dose for L
He also cited the-^ ,
rective work: m the "fac
tag that he feared *'
in| political cam ^ ,
race hatred in that v
pitch.


FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1947
Candlelight Ceremonies
Highlight Home ol Aged
Installation Luncheon
a traditional candlelight cere-
mony marked the induction of
officers and board members of
,hc Miami Women's Auxiliary to
hc Jewish Home for the Aged,
Tuesday at the Panama Room of
the Robert Clay hotel. Mrs. Lewis
Brown, founder of the group,
charged each incoming officer
with her duties.
Speakers were introduced by
UK. M. Karger, who acted as
mistress of ceremonies for the
luncheon. Rabbi Murray Grauer,
as principal speaker, lauded the
members for their excellent work
accepted her duties of office and
expressed the hope for a full
VCar. As spokesman for the
auxiliary, she presented a gift to
Mrs. Sorin in appreciation for
her work and effort in behalf of
the group.
Other officers inducted were:
Mrs. Harold Singer and Mrs.
Philip Lavine, vice presidents;
Mrs. Milton Sachs, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Lester Kravitz,
recording secretary; Mrs. Edgar
Galvin, financial secretary; Mrs.
Joseph Baum, treasurer; Miss
Ruth Bobrow, auditor, and Mrs.
Herbert Heiden, sergeant at arms.
Dr. Arthur Brill led the sing-
ing of the Star-Spangled Banner,
which opened the program, and of
Hatikvoh, which closed the fes-
tivities. Rabbi Max Kaufman
presented the invocation.
Men's Club to Conduct
Temple Israel Services
Temple Israel Men's club will
conduct services at the synagogue
tonight. As an inovation inaugu-
rated by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man, secular and lay activity at
the Temple will be combined at
all Friday night services.
Jerome Cohen, new president
of the club, will deliver the ad-
dress on the ideas and ideals that
motivate a successful Men's club.
A scrmonctte, "A Layman's View
of Religion," will be delivered by
Michael M. Isenberg.
Active participants in the read-
ing of the prayers and the con-
ducting of the service will in-
clude Dr. Frank Coret, Harry
Boyell, Herman Binder, Adolph
Wertheimer and Burghard
Steiner.
+Jewish rhridian
PAGE FIVE

Dr. Nelson Glueck, internation-
ally renowned archaeologist,
educator and author, was elect-
ed president of the Hebrew
Union college. America's oldest
Jewish seminary, by the insti-
tution's board of governors at
Cincinnati on Wednesday, ef-
fective July 1 of this year. He
succeeds Dr. Julian Morgen-
stern. who requested several
months ago that he be granted
retirement after having served
as president since 1921.
Facsimile Editor Speaks
For Temple Men's Club
Temple Israel Men's club will
hear Mr. Timothy Sullivan, Mi-
ami Herald facsimile editor, at a
meeting Wednesday, May 14, 8:15
p.m., in Kaplan hall. Mr. Jerome
Cohen, newly elected president
of the group, will introduce an
innovation or future meetings in
a 10-minute thumbnail biography
of an outstanding Jewish Ameri-
can personality. This week's
subject is Judah Touro.
Other officers and directors re-
cently installed include Michael
M. Isenberg, Herbert U. Feibel-
man and Paul H. Marks, vice
presidents; Harry Diamond, treas-
urer; Henry Hirsch, correspond-
ing secretary, and G. L. Mendel-
son, recording secretary.
Directors are Dr. Alfred Aug-
ustine, Harry Boyell, Henry Bul-
bin, Herman A. Binder, Siegfried
Geisman, Stewart Gordon, Max
Holtzberg, Arthur Kahn, Dr.
Herbert Levin, Frank A. Perl-
man, Morris Rosenberg, Emanuel
E. Schon, Harry V. Simons, Burg-
hard Steiner, Henry Wolff and
Louis Gillman.
OF
EIS CAMP
Speaking at a dinner given by
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer last Wed-
nesday evening at the National
hotel. Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director
of Louis D. Brandeis foundation,
urged Miamians to support the
establishment of a new Brandeis
camp near Asheville, N. C.
The aim of the camp, under
the auspices of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, is to pro-
mote a pride in Jewish heritage
and to honor the late supreme
court justice. "Few Jews," said
Bardin, "are informed about the
rich heritage of culture of the
Jewish people in America, or
about specific advances in polit-
ical, scientific and other fields
that are due to Jewish effort."
At present a camp is operated
in the Pocono mountains near
Winterdale, Pa. Each year some
250 person* attend and last year
four Miami Beach residents were
there. Six from this area are ex-
pected to attend this year.
Dr. Bardin was honored at a
party at the home of William
Taradash, 5225 Collins ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Among those who
attended were Albert Pick, S. A.
Goodman, Ed Singer, Joseph
Rose, A.lex Van Straaten, Sam
Lachman and Shepard Broad.
Home for Aged Women
Plan Summer Project
Board of directors of the Mi-
ami Beach Women's auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
have decided upon a summer
project similar to the one held
last year. Plans were completed
at a luncheon last week at the
Cadillac hotel.
Books have been distributed
and anyone interested may con-
tact Clara Goldenberg at 5-4824
or Mrs. Benjamin Felt, 5-5501.
At the afternoon meeting, Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, president, pre-
sented a check for $8,500.00 to the
Home's building fund. This sum
completed the $15,000,000 pledge
of the women's auxiliary.
MEMORIAL ON WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING DEDICATED TO $170,000,000 UJA
ED SINGER
Freefield Will Manage
Campaign for Dr. Klein
Twenty five year-old Charles
M. Freefield, veteran of the Pa-
cific campaign in World War II,
has been designated campaign di-
rector of the Klein for Council-
man committee.
Without aoubt the youngest
campaign director in the city
councilmanic race, Freefield has
assembled around him some of
the ablest campaign advisers and
men of experience in the city.
Active in Beach organizations
since his release from the armed
forces in February, 1946, Free-
field is a member of the Ameri-
can Legion, American Veterans'
committee, adjutant of the Miami
Beach post, Jewish War Veterans;
president of Masada, the Young
Men's Zionist organization; mem-
ber of the YM & WHA.
"I'm not worrying about votes
for Doc," said Freefield, "because
the veterans are back now and
they kn that only another veteran
can understand them, and Doc's
whole life is devoted to helping
and aiding wherever he can all
veterans."
Hollywood Center Group
Has Installation Banquet
Newly elected officers of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Community Center, Hollywood,
Fla., were duly installed at a
dinner Sunday, May 4. Over 100
persons witnessed the candle-
light service. Mrs. Max Kauf-
man conducted the cerernonies.
Included on the program, pre-
sented by Mrs. Arthur Brill,
mistress of ceremonies, was a
message of hope and cooperation
expressed by Mr. Martin Wohl,
president of the Center, Mrs.
Ted J. Sorin, outgoing, president,
reported on the activities of the
past year. ,
Following the dinner, Mrs.
Louis J. Golden, new president,
in the past and pointed out the
need for greater future effort
Rabbi Grauer, spiritual leade.- of
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, read the invocation.
Addresses were made by Mrs.
Sidney Weintraub and Mrs. Isidar
Cohen. Greetings from the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress were
brought by Mrs. A. Fine, outgoing
president, and Mrs. Sidney Step-
kin, newly-elected to that off::e
at AJC.
Mrs. M. Beck, who took the
gavel of office as head of the
Aged Home auxiliary, spoke to
the assembly, revealing that
pledges amounting to $1,750 00
had been received toward the
building of a synagogue and an
auditorium for the home. She
praised the work of Mr. Max
Greenberg, who built the new
structure.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram was rendered by Cantor
Maurice Mamches, Congregation
Beth David. He also presented the
benediction.
LEGAL NOTICE
B'nai B'rith Benefit
Combining their efforts for the
benefit of the Texas City resi-
dents, Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
groups sponsored an All-Star
show at the Copacabana last Sun-
day night. $2,700 was collected
for the stricken victims of the
recent disaster.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROSELLE HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HELEN CHAIISKY
PAULINE ASTREN
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS &
MAXWELL WATCH & JEWELRY
REPPAIR in Dade County, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, FrW^NcH1s TARJj0
PHILIP TARLO
MARX FEINBERG,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-23-30
"Prising of the Warsaw Ghetto/' a dramatic has relie, executed^ *&
^opean painter and sculptress, was dedicated last wef*yR^J; Overseas Needs and
"*e S170.000.000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal Jo '"g^g 8trugale in which
FalesUne in commemoratton ol the fourth ****** ^T^.riJS^ZZ at bay for three
.000 Jew. died in the Polish capital alter *^th^y ff Nazi J^a^w ta ^
*ek8. in dedicating her bas relief to the United Jewteh Appeal MZ of ^
country, express the hope that the Ma^mj^^^JSTXSt^Si liberty.
n. women and cUMNnwfco fought again* hoptto* oad r n-eeaom
Be A Good Citizen!
Vote for Five on June 3!
ELECT
LOUIS F. (RED) SNEDIGAR
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Beach Center Scene of
Sisterhood Conference
! Harold Turk Will Keep
Campaign Headquarters
Miami Beach Jewish Center Opn Every Evening
sisterhood was host last week- Stepping up the tempo of his
end to an organizational confer- campaign for election to Miami
ence of the Florida State branch Beach city council June 3, Harold
of the Women's League of the; Turk has announced his
United Synagogues of America, quarters at 1541 Washington ave^
will be kept open evenings from
7 to 10 p.m. on week days.
At the same time, he said that
friends have opened branch
headquarters at 940 Everglades
concourse. The space was pro-
vided by S. E. Schwartz to serve
residents of the 71si st. area, it
is planned to keep the
This is the newest unit to be
established, joining chapters
throughout the United States and
Canada.
Headquarters for the confer-
ence were at the Royal Palm
Hotel. Guest speaker at an after-
noon luncheon was Mrs. Samuel
Glassman, vice president of the, .
national league and head of the. office open dun:- the day toi tne
Philadelphia chapter. j present: evenings later in W*
Greetings were brought by I campaign,
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. conference; Arrangements to personal!)
chairman, and Mrs. Ira Walsey. contact Florida legislators in
president of the Center sister- Washington to press the fight toi
hood, and Mrs. Manuel Green- adequate veterans' hospital
stein. West Palm Beach. Rabbi! tics in South Florida have been
Irving Lehrman read the invo- j completed by Turk.
cation and spoke to the mem- In addition to Rep. George
hers on the need of .lasses and Smathers, he has requested ap-
discussion groups among parent- pointments with Senators Claude
on Jewish subjects. | Pepper and Spessard Holland to
Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. Miami, urge their concerted action on
discussed synagogue attendance the project.
in the 13-20 year age groups. The Branding fa.hire to provide fo
closing prayer was presented by the hospitahzation ol veterans in
Mrs. Joseph Rose. South Florida a community eta-
Officers named were: preside,:' > Turk said he would tak
Mrs. Irving Lehrman: vice presi-
dents. Mrs. Jacob Wittner, Tam-
pa.; Mrs. Greenstein and Mrs.
Jacob Becker. Jacksonville; sec-
retary. Mrs. Benjamin Woolff:
treasurer. Mrs. Edward Safer;
membership. Mrs. Ben Wolfson,
West Palm Beach: program, Mrs
Alfred Stone: publicity, Mrs
Walsey; Torah scholarships, Mrs
Jacob Wittner. and publications,
Mrs. David Sernaker.
MJOC Sisterhood Lists
Date of Annual Affair
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation sisterhood has i n
the Robert Clay II itel as scent
of its annual installation lunch-
eon Tuesday. May 13. at 12:30
p. m. Chairmen fi i the nl
are Mrs. P. N and Mrs
i' Auslander.
Thosi who >ath
ire Mrs. M. Kargcr,
president: Mrs 1 Ku I
time "in from his campaign to
contact the Florida lawmakers in
Was ington nixt week. He will
be there to attend the
lodge convention of B'nai B'rith.
igurating a series of social,
affair.- for Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Turk, Mrs. Alexander Libow
tei dered a brunch at the Cadillac
hotel Friday. She was assisted
by Mrs. Seymour Satin, M s.
Mrs. G< orge Talia-
Mrs. Ii\ ing Marcus and M s
Charles Goldberg. It was attend-
by 'i ore than 100 womi n.
A similar number ol men and
women attended a receptioi l
the Turks Sunday at the hon i >
Mrs. Ada E. Joseph, 1212 K- er-
glades concoursi she wi
by Mrs Paul Weil
and Mrs. Albeit Sn
Wednesday of this e< Mrs
Irving Frumk( 1260 Lenox ave.,
inch.
A musii ali and "i ipi n house"
- will be ;
Sunday evi it the
Miami B'nai B'rith Debate Winners in Washington
rrr,-----
Florida Historian Slated
For Sholem Lodge Forum
Dr. Manning J. Dauer, profes-
sor of History and Political Sci-
ence at the University of Florida,
has been invited to participate in
the atomic energy forum being
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge on May 26.
At that time, the committee
on Public affairs, will present
, an entire evening of discussions
| and movies on "Implications of
Florida lawmakers. Shown above on the steps of the capitol | Atomic Energy on Modern Life.''
Two Miami high school students and their debating coach
were awarded a six-day trip to Washington as a prize ^ for
winning a citizenship forensic contest sponsored by B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge. While visiting Washington, the trio had
audiences with Attorney General Tom C. Clark. Maj. Gen.
Graves B. Erskine. U.S.M.C.: F.B.I. Chief J. Edgar Hoover and
JCRS Annual ElectfoT
for Next Meeting
Set
Annual election of nfn.
the Miami chapt< of 'or
Consumptive Relief SociP( h
take place at the nexTm5?111
Monday. May 12, 815 Dm '>
White House hotel fifr ***
dr., Miami Beach. ^
Nominating committee h*>A,
by Muriel Libow, has suh ^
the following slat" P^
Lillian Levine; ftIt v***
dent, Lillian Browne- SLP e$'"
president; Gold"e^2j
treasurer, Ida Gordon;"fig
secretary, Blanche Rosenthal r!
cord.ng secretary, Miss Libow'
corresponding secretary, Mvrtl
Wenisoeerrgand C0UnSC"0r- **
Trustees include Betty Gold
man, Ida Poncher and Rose Scott
Selected for the board of dirS
are Evelyn Chasen. Naomi Fried.
man, Sandra Fine. Zena Goluskin
Muriel Kaplan, Rose Levey Es'
ther Levin, Teddy Magrial, Sybil
Ozner. Beulah Poncher, Doe
Schoen, Lillian Snyder, Thelma
Sunshine. Shirley Wasserman
Irene Weinberg and Harriett
Weiss.
building (left lo right) are Senator Spessard L. Holland. Irving
M. Lichtenstein, B'nai B'rith press and radio bureau; Mrs.
Herberta Leonardy. teacher and coach of the debate winners;
George L. Strehlke, debate champion; Representative George
A. Smathers. Darryl McCall. Jr., debate champion, and
Senator Claude Pepper.
i lj ool, 1021 Bid: ritz
vice president: Mrs L Rotenberg. d, b M..s ,_,. Huberman.
set nd vie pn Mi H.I
Honig, third vice president: Mrs
S. Geltner, recording
Mrs D Ochs, financial secretary;
Urs H. Klein and Mrs. A. J.
Orlansky. con espi nding
taries; Mr?. A. M. Bear, treasurer.
and Mrs. M. Grauer, Chaplain.
Jewish Musical Hour
Guest "ii the "Jewish M
H ur" this week will be Dr.
Maurice Klein, incumbent for]
. Be ich i council. He will
ik Fridaj at 11 a. m. on a
i and presented
by Jacob Schechti
Featuring classical and popular
the radio show is
each Friday and Sunday at 10
a.m.
i
">..
Jumdm
Miami Lawyer Appointed
To Special Survey Group
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has
bei :. appointed to a survey board
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds which
will meet in Atlanta or: May 11
to studj the needs of Jewish or-
phans in five states in the South-
east
The purposi I I i study is to
mine the need for and estab-
Hebrew orphans'
At i i present time, all
children in the South are taken
the 1 ome in At-
However, due to increased
I anization is
iry, Social .service lead" ra
are now investigating the situa-
tion and will make then report
II vey ooard.
a] director
i National Association of
n Lawy< .-. Mis. Brenner
will ad Geoi gia associa-
tion in Atlanta tomorrow,
RALPH POLE
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Mizrachi Women Meet
Young women's group of Miz-
rachi Women of Greater Miami,
will meet next Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Claire Landeman,
2'J24 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
Discussions will include plan-
ning a program dealing with the
work of Mizrachi in schools in
Eretz Yisroel.
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Dr. Dauer has acted as repre-
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Florida on many programs with
the Oak Ridge scientists.
Next Tuesday nighi the mem-
bers of Emma Lazarus chapter
of B'nai B'rith Women will
hold its annual election of of-
ficers. The voting will get
under way at 8:30 p.m. and re-
sults will be announced im-
mediately. The meeting will
be held at YMHA, Miami Beach.
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FmDAY.MAY 9, 1947
^JinisHn-crSdHan
PAGE SEVEN
^nti-Discriminatory
Signs on Beach Barred
Victory climaxed the long cam-
Jen for prohibition of discrimi-
Vl Lv signs in public places
Sen an ordinance regulating
*ch signs unanimously passed
,, third and final reading before
,he Miami Beach city council
Wednesday morning.
The measure, which had had
two previous readings before the
council on April 16, provides for
fines up to $500 and imprison-
ment up to 90 days for any per-
on who displays the words
restricted," "Gentiles," or "Gen-
tiles only" in connection with any
hotel, apartment house or other
public place.
In a brief statement before the
council. George J. Talianoff, Flor-
ida regional director of the Anti-
Defamation league of B'nai B'rith,
hailed the passage of the ordi-
nance as an historic step.
"I want to commend the mayor
and the city council for their
forthright action in eliminating
a practice which has long been a
blight on the good name and dig-
nity of Miami Beach," Talianoff
said.
This is the first ordinance of
its type in the country, and al-
ready many other communities
are contemplating similar legis-
lation. Miami Beach may well
be proud of this measure, and of
having paved the way," he con-
cluded.
The ordinance will become law
on June 7.
Games Party Scheduled
Miami Hebrew School and Ju-
nior Congregation will hold a
games party Wednesday, May 14,
at Biscayne Temple, 120 N. W.
15th ave. Mrs. Joseph Schward-
ron heads the committee of ar-
rangements. She will be assisted
by Mesdamis Simon April, Nat
Coulion, Morris Ofsowitz and Ed
Becker.
Plans are being made for a
picnic for the children on Sun-
day, May 18. Sam Kostoff and
Ben Efionson are completing the
arrangements.
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old Turk.
LEGAL NOTICES
United Nations Grants
Jewish Agency Hearing
(Continued from Page 1)
the provisions of the Palestine
mandate by revoking the White
Paper and opening the gates of
Palestine to Jewish immigration
until a final decision on the
status of the country is reached.
Other members insisted that in
the light of the demand for the
independence of Palestine voiced
by the delegations of the five
Arab states at this session, the
Agency must also request the es-
tablishment of a Jewish state.
A final decision will probably
be taken when David Ben Gurion,
who is expected here shortly
from Palestine, arrives. As chair
man of the Agency executive, he
will be one of the principal mem-
bers of the Agency delegation at
the political committee.
Youth Council Leaders
B'nai B'rith Youth Council has
listed the names of its newly-
elected officers. They are: presi-
dent, Sidney Giossberg, AZA
Chapter 322; v i c e president.
Richard Wise. Sigma Rho. AZA:
recording secretary, Pat Curtice,
DBG; corresponding secretary,
Florence Feldman. BBYW; and
treasurer, Gloria Farkas, BBG.
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lower prices to insure the coun-
try's future, Piccadilly Restau-
rant and Cocktail Lounge, S. W.
Eighth st. at 17th ave., has an-
nounced an average 20 per cent
reduction in food and bar prices.
The operators, in outdoing
President Truman's request for a
10 per cent reduction, have
stressed the fact that the same i
high standard of quality will not
be affected. "We are really go-
ing to see if Mr. and Mrs. Miami
are vitally interested in quality
food at sensationally low prices."
A complete dinner from cocktails
to dessert can be had for SI.60.
Popular labels of liquor are avail-
able for as low as 40 cents per
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DAVID KOI/J, l.'l s. 13th si Rhlla-
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THOMAS !. BARRETT, (renldenca
inkimn n i.
TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence
UllkllOW III:
I'ENN ItKAl.TV COMPANY, .. siilved FluridR Corporation, and
MYER MUCHNICK, ALEXANDER
FE1PER and (JKORC.E RL'EBENH,
ii h Hiii'vivlng Trustees of Penn
llealt) Company, :i dlsaolved Flor-
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And :il FENDANTS, h., may be married;
And ill-.. Al.l, UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, (1RANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, EX-
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TRUSTEES, nil OTHER CLAIM-
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or HKiiinst any ..f the above named
Defendants who may i><- dead ami
01 known to be dead or alive, or
win, i.s or ma\ be dissolved;
V .1 also Al.l. UNKNOWN PARTIES
\M> CLAIMANT8 having or claim-
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and io Hi,, property Involved in tins
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ticularly described as follow.-; to-
wn :
I'M,- \v,-t loo feel of l..t n In
Block "IK- ..f LAWRENCE ESTATE
LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION,
.....rdlng to tin- plat thereof recdMed
In Plat Book 'i. al page :.i of the
I'ublic Records of Dade County.
Florida;
YOU AND EACH ni-' YOU ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to rile an Ap-
nce In Hi.- ai>'.\.' stj led cause
before the Circuit Couri of Dade
County, Florida, at tin- County Couri
II"']-, in Miami. Dade County, Florida,
on or before th,- 9th day of June, 1947,
to a dim of Complaint brought against
you l.> SAMUEL BACKER ami ROSA
BACKER, lu.- win-, for tin- purpo I ol
quieting ami ,.....firming th.- title to
the above described property In ami
to tin Plaintiffs, SAMUEL BACKER
ami ROSA BACKER; othonvlxe the
allegations "i said Dill of Complaint
will l- 1.1 lien as confessed by you.
DATED this 8th day "f Max. 1917.
E. D LEATHERMAN,
Clerk ,.r Circuit iourt,
Dade Oounty, Florida.
By B. .1. GOULD,
Deput) Clerk.
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THEODORE l 8AKOWITZ,
:i|v Seybold Building,
Miami .".:', Florida.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
.'., 9-16-23-30
The Fourth Annual Conven-
tion of the Southeastern Syna-
gogue Conference will be held
at Savannah, Ga., May 9 to 12.
Law Firm Moves Offices
The law firm of Silver. Kaplan
& Dietz announces its removal
to Suite 1703-05 Congress Build-
ing in Miami, and the addition
to the firm of Mr. Lester Lasky.
LESTER LASKY
The new firm name is Silver,
Kaplan. Dietz and Lasky.
Mr. Lasky is a native of Savan-
nah, Ga., and is a graduate of
Transylvania University of Lex-
ington. Ky., and of the University
of Miami School of Law.
Prior to becoming associated
with his present firm three years
ago. Mr. Lasky was associated
with Elry Stone and Troy C.
Davis in the practice of law in
Miami.
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AL STONE
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PAGE EIGHT
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FRIDAY, MAY 9,
Fla. Communities Exceed
Appeal Campaign Quota
Hollywood and Sarasota, Fla.,
are two communities which have
already completed their United
Jewish Appeal campaigns and
have exceeded their quota. Holly-
wood, which accepted a minimum
of $80,000, has indicated that its
allotment will be in excess of
$100,000. A. J. Dimond is presi-
dent and Albert E. Einstein was
chairman of the drive.
Sarasota, assigned a quota of
$6,500.00, has collected almost
$10,900. Charles Twain is cam-
paign chairman.
Under the vigorous leadership
of Harris Wishnatski as chairman,
the Lakeland, Fla., Jewish com-
munity completed its campaign
for $17,5000 for the United Jew-
ish Appeal and immediately sent
a large part of that sum to na-
tional headquarters. An intensive
collection effort has been initiated
to send the balance as rapidly as
po-jible, H. Moskovits, treasurer,
ha* reported. Nat J. Schneider,
Harry Slakman and Sam Siegel
were other officers responsible
fo. insuring the success of the
drive in this small community.
Beach Woman Seeks
City Council Seat
For the first time in 23 years,
a woman has entered the political
arena in Miami Beach. She is
Mrs. Theresa A. (Tess) Kanter,
wife and mother, who enjoys the
distinction of being the first Mi-
ami Beach woman in two decades
to challenge the men candidates
in a local election.
She is the wife of Louis A.
Kanter, and the mother of a 12-
year-old daughter, Anita, who at-
tends the Ida M. Fisher high
school. Mrs. Kanter is a member
of the Miami Beach Parent-
WC Youth Group Plans
Entertainment Series
Yjung people's group. Work-
men's Circle branch 692, will re-
sume its entertainment program
w.th the second of a newly ini-
tiat'd series of public dances.
Sa'.jrday, May 17, 8:30 p. m., at
the lyceum at 25 Washington ave.,
Miami Beach.
The headquarters will be dec-
orated for indoor and outdoor
denting. Popular and novelty
music will be featured. Tickets
are being sold at the door.
The group plans to hold an all-
d; y picnic at Greynolds Park,
June 1. Arrangements have been
completed for another dance on
Saturday, May 31.
Academy Gets Charter
Last Tuesday, Herman M. Berk,
acting attorney, turned over to
the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy, its charter, incorporating
the educational institution in the
state of Florida. The paper was
signed officially by Judge Marsh-
all C. Wisehart.
The terms of the corporate
charter state that the non-profit
school will be conducted to foster
general English and Hebrew ed-
ucation in the community, and
further the understanding of
Jewish institutions and culture.
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phone -J-*0
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COMPIITI Plil CONTROL
Teachers' Association.
She is president of the Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt Club in
Greater Miami, and was chair-
man of the FDR Memorial Meet-
ing held April 12th in Bayfront
Park, in which a score of civic,
patriotic, labor, religious, social
and cultural organizations par-
ticipated.
Mrs. Ranter's campaign slogan
is "FDR Principles in City Gov-
ernment." She has made it known
that her campaign will be con-
ducted on "issues, not personali-
ties" and has emphasized the need
for a modern city like Miami
Beach to have a woman repre-
sented in City Government.
She considers it her special
duty, if elacted, "to advance not
only the general issues that af-
fect our whole community, but
especially those issues which
closely concern our hitherto un-
represented women citizens."
Mrs. Kanter believes that:
"Good government in our city re-
quires a council free of the slight-
est suspicion of any control by
special interest group which
places self-interest above com-
munity betterment."
During the course of her cam-
paign, she will advance a series
of concrete proposals for the bet-
terment of Miami Beach.
Her program stresses the need
for improved Public Health and
Recreation; Housing, Public Safe-
ty, Educational Growth, Tax Re-
duction, Labor's Needs and In-
creased Public Service.
Mrs. Kanter is active on the
planning committee which is en-
deavoring to establish a perma-
nent Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Memorial in Greater Miami.
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Dedication of a new building
site for the Miami Beach YM&
WHA at 1550 Bay Road ast Sun-
day was culminated with Harry
; Zukernick turning the first clod
of earth with a silver spade. Zub-
ernick acted for Carl Weinkle "Y"
president who was unable to be
present.
Also substituting for Mr. Wein-
kle was Samuel A. Rivkind, vice-
president, who delivered the ded-
icatory address at the services.
He said that the building to be
erected would offer "to young
people and adults alike the train-
ing ground for effective living."
"It will afford." he said, "young
people the opportunity to indulge
in wholesome recreation activi-
ties which builds health and mo-
rale. It will be a fertile training
field for future community lead-
ers and a hope of survival of Jew-
ish life on the high plane estab-
lished by our forebears."
The program, broadcast by Sta-
tion WIN'Z. opened with Dr. Mau-
rice Klein, of the American Le-
gion, presenting the colors. The
invocation was read by Rabbi
Li n Kronish. Temple Beth Sho-
lom. and Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Miami Beach Jewish Center, led
the benediction.
George G. Bertman, chairman
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of the dedication committee, wel-
comed the assembly of more than
700 people. Other addresses were
presented by Judge Joseph A.
Berman, chairman of the Con-
struction committee; Jack P. Ma-
rash, executive director; and A.
Bud Cutler, president of the
Young Adult council-
George J. Bertman, chairman
Rev. Msgr. William Barry, St.
Patrick's Church; Rev. William C.
Wahl, Biscayne Blvd. Lutheran
Church, for the Greater Miami
Ministerial association; Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob
Congregation, for the Rabbinical
association of Greater Miami;
Leon Kaplan, president of the
YM&YWHA of Miami and Abra-
ham Goodman, the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. The city
of Miami Beach was represented
by Ralph C. Pole, acting mayor.
MJOC Torah Discussion
Thursday evening, following
Maariv service at Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, there
will take place a Siyum o? a
tractate of the Ein Yaakov by
the Chevra Mishnayos. Rev. Z.
Maslavsky is the instructor for
the group.
Frances Danels was recently
installed as head of the Dade
group of Miami Business and
Professional Women's club at a
ceremonial dinner last Wednes-
day at El Comodoro hotel.
Allenberg Re-elected
Abe Allenberg has again been
re-elected as head of the Miami
Beach Hotel Owners' association
He will be assisted by Mickey
Michaels, Neal Lang, Irving
Frankel, Jack Esterkes and Mrs.
Matilda Ratner, secretary.
The board of directors includes-
Marvin Freedman, Jack Solomon
Joe Rose, Ed Stinger. Dave An-
dron, Charles Cohen and Ben
Turchin.

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Led Home Mothers
, ,h,A d;>v. Sunday, May 11,
[fTllS Ofc- ^ the
* Ham" tor the Aged, when
H&Sto the mothers resid-
nl the Home, their relatives
h, friends, the officers and di-
i s "ne auxiliaries, and the
Jnerai membership will join in
ISrating another mflerton. to
K life of the aged mothers for
|Som the Home provides comfort
land security-
IV Miami and the Miami
lunch auxiliaries are arranging
la interesting program of enter-
tainment in honor of the occasion.
Ifhcv have declared open house
Ion Mother's day and join with
EL officers and directors of the
Home in extending a cordial invi-
tation to the public to visit with
[the residents between the hours
Lf 2 and 5 in the afternoon, and
Participate in the festivities. They
lake advantage of this opportu-
nity to call attention to the pro-
posal launched by Dr Morris
Goodman, which appeared in a
cent issue uf the Miami Daily
Ann, "that the public buy a
fcft for a mother in an old-age
lome for Mother's day."
[Hostesses for the occasion are
Mrs. Alex Sehuman, in honor of
Be approaching marriage of her
laughter, Helene, to Mr. Gerald
jenberg. on June 15, and Mr.
md Mrs. Benjamin Appel, in
of the engagement of their
laughter, Civie, to Mr. Earl
ertnoy.
*Jenisti thrkfian
PAGE NINE
nxd B'rith Women To
Sold May Day Program
I Miami and Miami Beach Wom-
t's chapter of B'nai B'rith is
lonsoring a May Day program
ay, May 18. 7 p.m., at the
(ear school. The affair will be
esented for all B'nai B'rith
Iris in Greater Miami.
[Highlight of the evening will be
le giving of awards to the chap-
Ir with the most accomplish-
ments of the year and the out-
pnding girl in each group.
The "Over 21" Social club of
le Miami Beach YM&WHA
Mies all young men and
wmen over 21 years of age to
pin lheir organization. Meet-
m are held every Wednes-
day evening. 8:30 p.m., at the
liami Beach Young Men's He-
ew Association. 1 Lincoln rd.
he dues are $3.00 per year.
fhich provides free admission
1 all Saturday night dances at
Beach YMHA. Roberta
ehen is president of the "Over
" club.
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By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
UNITED NATIONS:
The proceedings at the present
session of the United Nations
demonstrates again how ;i small
minority can sometimes dominate
a huge majority The five
Arab countries, during the first
week of the session, spoke more
often than all the other fifty
member states together Sten-
ographic records show that more
than sixty per cent of all the
time consumed in speeches was
taken up by the Arabs There
were sessions which made many
observers think that the Arabs
were filibustering And scum
times the session took on the ap-
pearance of an Arab parliament
. The annoyance displayed
openly by Dr. Aranha, president
of the Assembly, who first po-
litely and later less politely asked
practically all the Arabs to speak
more briefly and to the point,
did not remedy the situation .
The Arabs had apparently made
up their minds to utilize the
United Nations as a vehicle for
publicity and propaganda ... In
this respect the United Nations
is performing a negative rather
than a positive function ... By
becoming a world platform for
the Arabs and at the same time
suppressing the voice of the Jews,
the United Nations definitely
served the Aab cause This
despite the fact that it voted
down the Arab proposal The
truth is that the Arabs never
expected their proposal to be
accepted They presented it
only as an excuse for lengthy de-
bates and monopolization of the
tribune for their propaganda pur
pose .
EYES ON DELEGATES:
Although the delegates of the
United States and the USSR
spoke very little, they provoked
the greatest interest ... It was
felt that the United States to a
very great extent holds the key
to the present session, and the
interest aroused by the SSR was
due to the fact that the official
Soviet attitude on Palestine has
not been heard since the USSR
became a great power There
was not much in the statement
of the U. S. delegate at the steer-
ing committee' to satisfy the Jews
. The feeling prevailed that if
the State Department wanted to,
:i way could have been found to
grant the Jewish Agency's re-
quest for representation at the
Assi mbly without a vote This
feeling may have had no legal
justification, but it existed never-
8S And the American
delegation was highly embar-
rassed because of it American
officials were trying their best,
especially in the press lobby, to
change this feeling This em-
barrassment led to the U. S. dele-
gation's later change Of attitude
insisting thai the Jewish Agen-
cy be head by the Political Com-
mittee Incidentally, some of
the important members of the
American delegation believe that
Zionist lobbying in Washington
was partially responsible for
Britain's failure to act on the
recommendations of the Anglo-
American Inquiry Committee on
Palestine They indicate that
the reason that the United State-
was mute on the section of the
committee's report recommend-
ing that Palestine be neither a
Jewish nor an Arab state was due
to strong Zionist influence .
And they claim that had this part
of the report been accepted by
Washington, Britain would have-
had a hard time refusing to car-
ry out all the recommendations,
including the one advocating the
immediate admission of 100,000
Jews to Palestine .
UN SIDELIGHTS:
Old-timers who attended the
sessions of the League of Nations
could not help comparing the at-
mosphere which prevailed there
on the occasions when the Pales-
tine question was discussed with
the atmosphere which prevailed
the lobbies Here the Arabs
at Flushing Meadows ... In
Geneva, at the League sessions,
hardly an Arab was seen, even in
are I very where and have become
the center of attraction ... In
Geneva it was taken for granted
thai Jewish immigration to Pales-
stine was part and parcel of the
Palestine Mandate Here, one
heard s peeches from the UN rost-
rum ridiculing the Mandate as
an -'illegal" document and speak-
ing of Jewish immigration as
"Jewish invasion," without even
being called to order by the chair-
man ... In Geneva the protag-
onists of the Arabs were rather
cautious when they spoke .
Here the delegate from India,
boasting of his friendship with
the Arab delegates, was aggres-
sive and even lectured the chair
on rules of procedure Inci-
dentally, he apparently did not
realize how active thousands and
thousands of Jews in the United
States are in supporting India's
fight for independence And
it was he who hammered on the
point that only Jews rom Pales-
tine be entitled to talk on Pales-
tine, thus sniping at the Jewish
Agency .
Obituaries
FELDMAN
Services for Mrs. Tessy FVlrtman,
70. were romim-tcii l>y Rabbis Mur-
ray Qrauer and Simon April at the
(".union Funeral Chapel. A former
resident i>r M80 k. w. I9tti st., .she
is survived by her husband, Adoiph
IVIclnian: two sons. IncluclInK Lester
Feldman of Miami, and three daugh-
ters.
BUBLITZ
Maxwell E. BublltS, 51, of 174ft
Meridian ave., dleii Sunday in n hos-
pital. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ailel-
In-ltl Rulilitz; a son, Ernest, and a
daughter, Maxine. all of Miami Beach;
and three brothers and a sister. The
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in the entertainment, it was an-
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9-Jenistiflcridter
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Installation Highlights
Mother's Day Lawn Party
The installation of newly elect-
ed officers of the Kadimah chap-
ter of Pioneer Women will high-
light the "Mother's Day Lawn
Party" next Sunday afternoon.
May 11, from 2 to 4, at the home
of Mrs. Robert E. Miller. 2945
S. W. 27th ter.
A rotating chairman, elected
by the executive board, will pre-
side over monthly meetings and
functions during the following
year. Mrs. I. Rosengarten. who
was senior advisor to the chapter
in their first year in 1945. will
install the new staff of officers
who are as follows:
Mrs. William Berson. first vice
president; Mrs. David Washer,
second vice president: Mis. Sam
Siegel. recording secretarv; Mrs
M. Copenhagen, corresponding
secretary: Mis. Jerome Stern,
local corresponding secretary;
Mrs. H. Sootin. treasurer: Mrs
Stevan Simon, financial secre-
tary, and Mrs. Harry Faber. Mrs.
A. 'Weiss. Mrs. Sol Braun. Mrs.
E. Eichenbaum. Mrs. Jack Murav-
chick. Mrs I Meltzer. and Mrs.
Theo. Abel, board members at
large
Mothers of Kadimah members
will be honored at this party with
awatds of certificates for trees
planted in their honor in Pales-
tine. Mrs. Miller is in charge of
arrangements and she will be
assisted by Mrs. Max Shapiro,
program: Mrs. Fred Sandier, cer-
tificate awards, and Mrs. Kurt
Ledc-rer, refreshments.
Businessmen Urged To
Support Miami Airport
in communities throughout the
country, public officials and busi-
ness men to attract
n lie of the most prom-
ising industries in establishing
year-around payrolls and pro-
moting substantial community
and busini devel pment," de-
clared J. H. Shinn. president of
the Greater Miami Airport As-
sociation, who is n ng the
support and cooperation of
Greater Miami business men for
the purpose of putting the Miami
All-American Air Maneuvers un-
der a responsible full-time man-
agement.
"With the cooperation of our
business men and communities
we can and will develop an avia-
tion program having far reaching
effect in the development of our
year-around payroll, which ef-
fects every business, hotel, apart-
ment house and homeowner."
Read the Message on Page 12
(My column this week il being de-
voted to a report on a survey of
anti-Semitism in this country *it
has just been prepared by the Na-
tional Office of the League.)
... FACE FACTS ...
By GEORGE J. TAL1ASOFF
Florida Reg.onal D-cctor. A ;,-DcUnnat,on League
res While these groups seem :
ttrad substantial
following, they continue their |
ts and hate-filled |
im. Their greatest
Domestic rabble roll ,%loc.k m the year 194b
their "hate" organizations. ,; ., informed public opinion
underground during the war. re- .. expre8sed its opposition to
emerged "bold and articul. t)le press, radio
ever" during 1946. but their in- |[]d pulp,t As a reSult, hate-
fluence on public thinkin- s failed tl, make real head-
been limited, accordim I
vey of anti-Semitism in the Unit- Organized bigotry is sup-'
ed States completed by the Ant: .m under.s-tl.uc,ure of
Defamation League of Bnai 47 regular propaganda
B'nth. pu) | ution to a la
"Anti-Semitic activities during Vll]umi. f -.. us anti-
the year were offset by si nets, pamphlets
positive action on the p >nal bigot:
informed American public' .,. p;ut. upon the
Supreme Court Justici use of his abil-
Steinbrink and Richard E. Gut- ,,v ,,, mai stadt. national chairman and di- .;, allowed
rector, respectively, of DV the United
in making results of th p0Sf Office Department
public. "It is heart ,, un-American propa-j
that Americans have be .. ,,11,,wed to go
ingly aware of the d inj ;., ,iu. i_-. s mails, it should
inherent in croup prejudice. Th. ,,.,.{1 special postal
aren't being misled too easily. ti As it is th,- American tax-
"Viewing the entire picture, it payer is. in effect, partially un-
can be fairly stated that organ- derwril cost of this ac-;
ized fascist movements, stres I
racial and religious hatred, hav< --y Any analysis if the anti-
shown no marked strength since Semitic scene for 1946 would be
V-Jd: plete without reference to
a comeback I growth of subtle forms of
little. Others, api tism which were mani-
first time, were exposed and f( ,u.d ; s,,(.j;,], economic and
smashed." (crimination. Ten-
The survey, detailed in a c ".- -. >n increased in urban centers
prehensive report published by where the housing problem upset
the league, was conducted by t!.. tablished neighborhood pat-
organization's representatives on terns; create:- difficulties were
a nation-wide basis. Several nun- experienced by minority groups
dred cities and rural cent e in ibtaining equal consideration
surveyed, chiefly through th, for employment opportunity; re-
league's \i regional offices which sorts and hotels sought new de-
appraise the activities of sub- vices to avoid restrictive legisla-
versive elements and providi ti n, and to conceal a growing
imination; increas-
ed college enrollments accentu-
ated the degree of discrimination
:. c illeges and universities. Fin-
ally, th.' practice of exclusion in
mitant program of di
tion I them.
Arnold Forster, head of the lea-
legal division, directed the
survi
An examination of report ed to have split
i from .... ti : the "v'' :n; civic, business and po-
nation led to the following con- 'i'-nal circles, disclosing the pat-
elusions in the survey:
"1 A section of the populal
continues to be infected with
prejudice against religious and
1 minori-. 1
"2. A large number of p.
sionally a'nti-Semitic and other-
wise un-American organizations,
although negligible in p:-
and influence, continue unab
While these forces of I,.. |
pear to have no nation-wi i
ganization or leading personality
in command, tl
dence of close and tii co-
operation among the v
u 11 r a-nationalist organizations
and their leaders.
"3. These agencies, designed to
troy democracy and I
the Jewish and other min 1 -
in America, are distinguishable
from their pn -war pn
only by their new propaganda
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tern of Amei ican community life."
Reviewing the activities of hate
groups and individual bigots who
barnstormed through the nation,
the report
"With 10.000.000 veterans to
lyte, subversive propagand-
e using many methods to
plish their ends. All the
tl icks of deception known to the
rabble-rousing demagogue are
being employed. Vilification.
:i of character, even
rism are not unknown to
them.
"The one anti-Semitic organi-
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85c
75e
zation which most nearly ap-
proached national scope and im-
portance is the Ku Klux Klan.
The early months of 1946 were
marked by a strong resurgence of
open Ku Klux Klan activity
throughout the country. While
most of these developments cen-
tered in the South, there were
cross-burnings. Klan Konklaves,
and defacement of buildings else-
where in the nation.
"On a somewhat higher level,
intellectually and socially, such
groups as Merwin K. Hart's Na-
tional Economic Council and
Joseph P. Kamp's Constitutional
Educational League maintained
full operation. These groups,
which rarely hold meetings, de-
voted themselves mainly to pam-
phleteering and fund raising.
They are the bellwethers of the
hate flock, giving the latest
party-line' in propaganda to the
more strident. anti-Semitic rab-
ble-press. Their intellectual sta-
ture, their acceptance by 'the best
people." and their potential for
raising hugs sums, constitute seri-
ous threats."
The nationwide study also re-
vealed that Canadian anti-
Semites such as Norman Jaques.
anti-Jewish member of the Ca-
nadian Parliament and "darling
of Gerald Smith meetings" and
Adrien Arcand, feuhrer of Can-
ada's Unity party who was in-
terned during the war, had many
tics with nationalistic leaders and
publications in the United States
and were frequently quoted by
them.
During 1946, according to the
report, there was a "resurgence
of anonymous anti-Semitic liter-
ature, signed either with fictitious
names of individuals or non-ex-
istent organizations such as
"World League of Liberal Jews,"
"The American Anti-Defamation
League," "Gentile League of the
U.S.A.," and the "International
Science Committee." Samples of
this anonymous propaganda mail-
ed from many places in the nation
were often traced to a single in-
dividual or small organization.
The report found that anti-
Jewish literature sent from
abroad showed "a marked in-
crease in 1946." Propaganda was
received from Falangists in Mex-
ico, the Arab League in Cairo,
Edward Herr En^ Race
For Beach Council Seat
Edward Herr. who recentlve,.,
tered the race for a seat in Z\
Miami Beach city counc,,*'
advocate low-cost housing, eoj.
iZation of taxes, a youth ceJ
and enforcement of municj
zoning laws. "Housing for \
manent Miami Beach res,deJ
at prices they can afford is pJ
haps our greatest single need J
day," declared Herr.
Having come here 12 years ago. I
Herr was engaged in' the dry!
cleaning business until recently!
when he sold out and opened iI
dress shop. He formerly lived ill
Germantown, Pa., and graduawl
from Germantnwn High school/ I
An avid tennis plaver, he il
promoting the growth of thegamel
on the Beaeh. He has also bea]
active in the Red Cross.
from Arnold Lesse in England and I
Einar Aberg in Sweden. The lat-l
ter's material was reprinted and I
distributed by W. Henry Maol
Farland, and Mrs. Catherine!
Brown, American anti-Semites.
Among signs of encouragementI
noted in the report are the l&.\
lowing:
"Upton Close is no longer hearll
over the Mutual Broadcastinfl
System and its 67 outlets, anil
Homer Maertz' Pioneer Newil
Service ceased to exist due to the)
publisher's 'ill health'; Oklahonal
refused a charter to a white so-l
premacy group, the White Circle;!
Indiana passed a law making race]
hatred illegal; and most gratify-l
ing was the recent appointment!
by President Truman of a Con>|
mission on Civil Rights.
"The battle is not yet won .
though there is reason to fell e>|
couraged." concludes the report!
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LAY, MAY 9- 1947
|Gold 15-Point Program
Bids for Council Seat
\ l5.point program was listed
i. Sam Gold, business broker,
ELn he announced his candidacy
Ifar the Miami Beach council in
f llertion of June 3. Gold is
fc S of the Miami Beach
iTcnants' league.
His platform stresses low-cost
nls r _:_. .,,.1 Knna firlo
veteran
housing and bona fide
,M,.round residents for Miami
Ifrach For his work in finding
IbniKinp for servicemen during the
Km "s stay here he was com-
Imended by Brig. Gen. Walker T.
Ej Christian and Maj. Robart.
Other planks in Gold's platform
include more police coverage in
I evidential sections, more public
caches, more traffic lights in
residential sections, better light-
tr svstem in residential streets,
Auction of exhorbitant mem-
L*ip foes "nd dai'y greens
fees at all public golf courses and
public recreational facilities
[[here fees are required.
A separate county for Miami
ffieach. unified leadership to
Lmbat Dade county consolida-
tion, a "theater under the moon"
or additional winter entertain-
ment, united stand for lower
Luntv taxes and equalization of
[ssessments as relates to Miami
Jeaeh, a Miami Beach bowl seat-
ing 50.000 persons, more play-
grounds and recreational centers,
t separate post office for Miami
Beach and removal of all storage
tanks.
Having served as co-chairman
LjU, Mayor Herbert Frink in the
leant March of Dimes campaign.
Cold was instrumental in the
fecord-breaking raising of $110.-
JO. He is a member of the Elks
lodge. Anglers club, B'nai B'rith,
P'MHA. Civic league, the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
Lid Jews. Chamber of Commerce
Ind many others.
Information Wanted
Information is being sought of
Ihe whereabouts of HARRY
BEHRMAN who is not contribut-
ing toward the support of his
Jninor child. The latter is current-
ly being cared for by her mother,
"hey reside in the Bronx, New
fork. Mr. Behrman has neglected
osend funds or her support since
December, 1946. Harry Behrman
kas born in Russia in 1902, is of
port stature, weighed about 140
lounds, has brown hair, wavy.
Irown eyes, is a tailor of men's
lothing. He was last known to
|ave resided in Florida. Anyone
rare of this man's location is
quested to communicate with
National Desertion Bureau,
West 47th Street, New York
PHILLIPS w
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"
Candidacy of Ralph Pole
Listed for Council Post
Ralph C. Pole, widely known
Miami Beach civic leader, today
announced his candidacy for re-
election in the Miami Beach city
council race on June 3.
Elected four years ago for a
louble term with 63 per cent of
all votes cast, Pole was part of1
the city administration which
continued Miami Beach's record
of being one of the most efficient-
ly operated municipalities in the
nation.
Low interest rates on bonds,
annual balanced budgets and
prompt tax collection were con-
tinued by the present city coun-
cil, of which Pole is vice chai-
PAGE ELEVEN
CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEE SESSIONS ON JWB SURVEY REPORT
These nationally known leaders of the National Jewish Welfare board will preside over the
five committees into which all delegates to JWB's annual convention, meeting in Pittsburgh,
Saturday evening. May 10. to Monday. May 12. will be grouped for discussion of the find-
ings and recommendations of the report of th3 JWB Survey Commission, which will be made
public at the annual meeting. Each committes will deal with one of the broad areas of the
report.
(Left to right) Irvin Stalmaster. Los Angeles, prasident Western States section of JWB. who
will preside over committee on Purpose of JWB and the Jewish Community Center; Mrs. Sam-
m!i>G10gOWer' De,roit' IWB vice President, who will chair the committee on Relationship of
JWB to Its Regional Sections and to the Jewish Community Centers; Michael A. Stavitsky,
Newark, member of JWB's executive committee, who will head the committee on Relationship
of JWB to Synagogues, Jewish Schools, Jew.sh National Organizations and Their Youth
Groups, and the Community as a Whole; Dr. Solomon Grayzel. Philadelphia, president of the
JWB-sponsored Jewish Book Council, who will chair the committee on Activities Nationally
conducted by JWB, such as the Jewish Book Council, Jewish Music Council and Jewish Center
Lecture Bureau, and Charles Aaron, Chicago, associate chairman of the JWB Army & Navy
Region III, who will preside over the committee on JWB in Relation to Army and Navy
Activities.
man or vice mayor, to insure
Miami Beach's sound financial
structure. A comprehensive mu-
nicipal improvement program and
an enviable war record of train-
ing economically United States
Army air forces personnel, also
brought recognition to Pole and
his associates in city council.
During the 23 years Pole has
been a resident of Miami Beach,
his popularity has increased
among the voters, a large per-
centage of whom he knows by
their first names.
As Miami Beach municipal
judge in 1930 and later as justice
if the peace for 12 years, he was
known for his tolerance, justice
ind fair play in trying more than
1.000 cases. Many soldiers, who
were stationed in Miami Beach,
remember him for his assistance
without compensation in helping
to solve their insurance, wills,
allotments and tax problems.
He served as a member of the
Miami Beach zoning commission
from its inception on Sept. 4,
1929, until June. 1943. when he
resigned to become a city council-
man for four years.
During World War I, he en-
listed in 1917 and was discharged
in 1919 from the 4th infantry
company, central machinegun of-
ficers' training school. During
World War II he was awarded a
citation for his services in selec-
tive service registration at Miami
Beach.
His only campaign manager, he
said, is his wife with whom he
resides in their own home at 1537
Washington ave.
He is is a member of the Miami
Beach Community church and
Men's club, American Legion,
Masonic lodge. Shrine, Elks. Ki-
wanis club. Odd Fellows and Ar-
tisans of America.
Hadassah Closes Season
With Election Meeting
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah has scheduled its last regular
meeting of the year for May 12.
1:30 p.m., at the Cadillac Hotel.
Officers for the next season will
be elected.
The program for the afternoon
will be dedicated to Mother's day,
with Mrs. Max Meisel, Trees
chairman, presenting the address.
Miss Sylvia Levine, soprano, ac-
companied by Charlotte Davis,
will provide the musical portion.
Installation luncheon for Ha-
dassah is set for Wednesday, May
28, 12:30 p.m., at the Cadillac
hotel. Reservations are being
taken by chairmen: Mrs. Milton
Wolf, 5-0711; Mrs. Leo Chaikin.
5-0453, and Mrs. Harry Platoff.
5-0163.
Pioneer Women's Group No.
1 will sponsor a literary and
musical program at their party
at Belh David auditorium May
20. At that time awards for
the donor dinner will be dis-
tributed.
Outgoing PTA President
Installs New Officers
Mrs. Irving J. Matlin, outgoing
president of South Beach PTA,
has invited Mrs. Herman Hein-
lein, outgoing president of Dade
County PTA Council, to install
the new officers at their last reg-
ular monthly meeting on Tues-
day, May 13th. This slate in-
cludes Mrs. Rose Zoller, presi-
dent; Mrs. Maurice Bloom, vice
president; Mrs. Louis Haffner,
second vice president; Mrs. Ida
Pclton, treasurer; Miss J. David-
off, recording secretary; Mrs. R.
| Dekle, corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Chrystinc Higdon, art
teacher in South Beach, will give
! the invocation. Keports for the
year will be given by Mrs. Irving
Matlin, Mrs. Charles Dernis,
membership; Mrs. Joseph Bloch,
health; Mrs. Paula Bloom, pro-
gram, and Mrs. Edward Quartin,
room mothers.
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30 N. E. 22nd Street
Phone 2-1520
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PHONE 5-5975
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PAGE TWELVE
*Jeif>tfkridtor
""DAY. MAY
Your Memory Should
Invite Precautions
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
khe majority recover without crippling.
Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memo;/ of the
sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this adve;ri:emnt io &:i /?
'allowing the precautionary rules set out above!
! !'1
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
Or. 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, Fla.
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. Fla.
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 NATT 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. Fla.
VICTOR'S
Coral Way and 36th St
Coral Gables, Fla.
ROBERTS HOTEL
28 W. Flagler St. Miami. Fla.
BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO.
47 N. W. 1st St. MiamL Fla.
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE
301 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami. Ha.
NEWTON'S UPHOLSTERING
1326 W. Flagler St. MiamL Fla.
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 BeacA.
GROVELAND PRODUCTS
600 N. W. 10th St. Mianu'1
LIBERTY SQUARE HOUSING
6306 N. W. 14th Ave. W I. MILONE-PLASTffllNG
208 N. W. 28th St. M"*1
HARMON, INC'
142 N. W. 2nd St. Mw*1
CHILDREN'S CORNER SCHfi.
1849 James Ave. Miami W
LE LIAN KRUM BEAUTY W
216 Seybold Bldg-
NATIONAL HOTQ,
1677 Collins Ave. Mi**1 "


18 hH
rPlDAY, MAY 9, 1947

polish Jews Returning
To Seek Resettlement
\V\HSAW (JTA)More than
,000 Polish Jews who fled this
oUnt.y last year have returned
,0 explore the possibilities of
permanent resettlement, it was
learned recently. Hundreds of
them have passed through the
Czech-Polish border town of
Zebrzvdowice en route from DP
camps in the U. S. zone of Ger-
many-
Most of the returnees hope to
settle in Silesia. Their families
aic remaining in the camps until
they can ascertain whether it will
be possible for them to establish
permanent residence and secure
employment in Poland. Their
arrival represents the first re-
versal in the trend towards Jew-
ish emigration from Poland.
Meanwhile, Jewish groups are
expecting the arrival shortly of
the first transports of the 15,000
Polish Jews who are to be repat-
riated from the Soviet Union un-
der an agreement negotiated last
month between the Polish and
Soviet governments. A new
group of repatriates recently ar-
rived from Russia, but no Jews
were among them.
*k'nislfhrldlftr
PAGE THIRTEEN
Norman Bruce Brown post
174 of Jewish War Veterans
will hold their next meeting
Monday, May 12. at 153S S. W.
Third st. The group will dis-
cuss plans for the Florida state
convention to be held at Miami
on June 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Scan Winer. 2447 N. W. Seventh ave.. celebrated
the Pidyon Haben of their son Michael with a party at their
home. On that occasion, the grandmother. Mrs. Minnie Winer,
member of Pioneer Women No. 1, made an appeal for the
Land of Rescue for which S75.00 was collected. Seated above
(left to right) are Mr. Jack Kaplan, Mrs. Rose Kaplan, Mrs.
Minnie Winer and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winer.
Exhibition Dancers At
Miami YM&YWHA Affair
Arthur Murray exhibition danc-
ers will highlight the spring
dance which will be sponsored by
the Miami YM&YWHA on June 8
at Police Benevolent hall. They
will also act as judges in a rhumba
and jitterbug contest. Tickets
are available from Larry Gross-
berg.
Miami Title & Abstract Co.
41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
Escrows Abstracts
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
Hospital Drive Calls
For Volunteer Workers
With the campaign to complete
the South Florida Children's
Hospital extended, Robert Pent-
land, Jr., president of the institu-
tion, issued an urgent call this
week for volunteers to work to
make the drive a success.
He stressed that previous to
this campaign there have been 19
other campaigns, a majority of
which have been for projects lo-
cated at some distance from
Dado county. The Children's Hos-
pital, on the other hand, is located
in Schlenlcy Park, just west of
Coral Gables. When completed,
he said, it will be the finest of its
kind in the southern United
States.
Need of workers to make pos-
sible the completion of the hos-
pital was stressed and it was
pointed out that there is no re-
sistance. Hospital officials stated
that all who have been contacted
so far have been glad to con-
tribute but in order that all may
be reached, workers are vitally
needed.
Nor is completion of the hos-
pital all, they said. There is a
long range plan calling for ulti-
mate construction of a nurses'
residence, school, convalescent
home, research laboratory, salt
and fresh water pools, memorial
chapel and a colored project.
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242
N. E. 79th St.. Miami, Forlda. intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DAVE SATZ
SAMUEL HIRSCH
HENRY A. STEIN
ISAAC joffe.
Attorney for Applicants
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTltlE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS.
ilso known as SOUTHERN SUP-
I LIKRS. at Dade County, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida.
H. LEEB.
MARX FEINBERG. ^ OWMr-
vffi&Z for A'",,lea"t-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARKOWITZ & SCHAEFFER
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, at 2132
N. W. 36th Street, Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name with the
'"lerk of the Circuit Cburt of Dade
County, Florida.
ISADORE MARKOWITZ
SAMUEL M. SCHAEFFER
Attorney for Applicants.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
4/11-18-25 5/2-9
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ELBA CLUB, at 701 S. Miami Ave.,
Miami. Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, FJorlda.
SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN
MAX DUNN
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127
>. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT BACHER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attorney for Applicant.
5'9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 N. W.
8th Court. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
thn circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MOE BERKOWITZ
ARNOLD HURV1TZ
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
.'2-9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the 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.
WALLACE KIRK
CLAIRE KIRK
Petitioners
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
4/25-5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SMILEYS BAR, at 446 North Miami
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HARRY TRACHTMAN
WAS MAN & SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants.
4/25 5/2-9-16-23
,r _S!1PER OF PUBLICATION
IN..T5.E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
?vEYSN.TIL,JUDICIAI' CIRCUIT.
J AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 108370
EUGENE HAYES MILLER,
vg Plaintiff.
EVELYN MILLER
TO: EVELYN MILLERf.eBdant-
2806 West Avenue 32
_* Angeles, California.
to f?u .AW? HKREBT REQUIRED
,u.. Appearance In the above
'}?rce motion on or before May 10.
i?" 0,1h1erw'!,e Decree Pro Confes-
sion will be entered against you In
accordance with the laws of the State
or riorida.
I9417ated ,h'S 10th dSy f ApriI' A D"
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
,*. Clerk o' the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Real)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER.
Attorney for Plaintiff,
818 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
4/11-18-25 5/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring to engage In
2.1?jEI?..unAr ,np "'tl'IntiB name of
OI.EKVS APARTMENTS & HOTEL
3rMfS,lt.?7SJ ^'Mnjrton Avenue.
Miami Beach, Fla.. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Coiintv. Florida.
LILLIAN GIMPRL
V'VIAN GIMPEL
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants
<'18-25 5/2-9-18
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN taat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name o'
PAUL'S DRESS SHOP, at 2.1.1-3", N
Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL S. ORUEN
1/18-25 5/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN tha'
'he undersigned, desiring to engage |r
huslnes under the fictitious name o'
' AND n OROClERTERIAS. at 37
V. W. Fifth St.. Miami. Fla.. In-
'ends to register said nnme with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
Countv. Florida.
IRVING S. WFTVRTETN
DAVID V WEfNSTFTN
SIMONHOFF eV SIMONHOFF,."
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/18-26 r.'2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
'he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the f1ctltl<%UR name of
LINCOLN ROAD WATCH HOSPITAI
it .137 Lincoln Rood. Miami Bench
Via.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Ohnntv. Florida.
cforge M\RKOWITZ
WASMAN SILVER.
At'ornev* for Applicant.
"ll-tlt-25 5/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
*he undersigned, deslrlne to engage In
huslMess under the fictitious name of
HART'S SERVICE STATION, at 460?
V. W 1?nd Ave.. Miami Fla.. Intend
o reclster said name with the Oerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
AT.FRFD D1MFN.
OSCAR G. HALEY,
Partners.
MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/11-18-25 R/2-9
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING,
at 2324 N. E. 3rd St.. Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _______
LEON A BENNETT
ANTHONY GAITO
WILLIAM I.. PALLOT.
Attorney for Applfcants-
5/2-9-16-23-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 108372
ROSE LIPINSKY.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL LIPINSKY.
Defendant.
TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKY,
care of Palace Jewelry Co.,
818 Fifth Avenue,
San Diego. California.
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an Appearance in the above
divorce motion on or before May 10,
1947. otherwise a Decree Pro Cont-s-
sion will be entered against yoi- In
accordance with the laws of the State
of Florida.
Dated this 10th day of April, *.. D.
1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Cou-t.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
ALFRED KREISLER.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
818 Seybold Building,
Miami. Florida.
4/11-18-25 5/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at
the undersigned, desiring to engag- In
business under the fictitious i- of
VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 X W.
Seventh Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend tn
register said name with the Clerk ot
the Clroult 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 JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicant.
/2-9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
l 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
"State of Bculah Irwin. also known
is Beulah L. Irwin. decea-sed, late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his offl-e
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 he 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.
FINTON D. IRWIN.
As Administrator of the Estate
of Beulah Irwin, also known as
Beulah L. Irwin, deceased.
SILVER. KAPLAN.
DIETZ LASKY.
Attorneys for Administrator.
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, ADOLPH BRAMS.
desiring to engage In business under
the fictitious name of KNIGHTS
PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W.
8th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk at
th Clroult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ADOT.ra BRAMS
LEO 3HEINER. Esc, .
Attorney for Appl'cant,
1204-05 Pacific Bid*..
Miami, Florida.
5/9-16-28-30 6/6


PAGE FOURTEEN
+Je*lst flcrkfton
FRIDAY, MAY 9

SDxAectoAy, o~$ SJieaieA YUiami
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. Sabbath morning sen
at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Portion of the
Week. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9 a.m., under
supervision of the board of education. Juni.i >n for
children of elementary school age at 10 a.m.. under sup. ol
Mr. Max Bertman of the faculty. K I rved to ips by
a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S I I
Mincha at 6:30 p.m. followed by Shalos S'udos. Surfe-
it) to 12 noon. Daily school from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky.
Friday Mincha service. 5:15 p.m.. followed by M 5 '
first minvon, 7 a.m.: second minyon, 9 a m R I will
speak on "There Is Always a Day of Reckonii
Mincha. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos S'ud is J ph Hutne
appointed new Gabbi of Shalos S'udos, replacing M
who left for the North. The rabbi will dis 1 Porl
Week. Daily services, 7 and a.m., followed b; n Mincha.
Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., I by a cla in J< s and
customs.
Army Policy May Hinder
Jews Leaving Germany
En Route to Palestine
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Kabbalas Shabbas, 6:30 p.m. Saturd,
Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hon
of Mr. and Morris Swichkow. Sen
young men. Rabbi G
Mincha at 5:25 p.m.. followed b; S
day school. 10 a.m.
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches.
The spring late Frida
8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and
Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the
on "The Ethics of Oui F. "hers" T
the basic theme. "When Will the Mi
Stiebel and San: Hollan the Sunda;
will conduct :. The floral ol
been made by Mr. and Mrs Lou
of their daughter. Mickey Lou. Sabbat!
students' 10:30 a.m. F:n.i! ex
school students this Sunday at 10 \
MUNICH (JTA). Leading
. voiced con-
cern over the possibility that the
;. s Germany has been
d to adopt a new poli< y '<
prohibit so-called illegal border
.,- was attempted
1;, :. >< sgaden during the
end when 300 displaced
Jews were tumid back five
miles 1 Austria:, frontier.
tary authorities have refused
nt at this time on the
f a new policy.
Observers assert that sue:, bor-
ossingj have been going on
ilmost two yearswith the
full kr.owledgi I e military
authoritii 9 Toe Ji ws point out
that "military officials, like our-
'
fetj valvi en-
lemei t- to get out of
ny and :
Should 1 e border
taking
ing th< past tew w< eks,
ised policy," they
state, "it could only mean trouble
.: Gei any."
Tl ese si irces believe
policy i- im
State De-
ent acting under pit
lin. It is known that
the bordei
t iiat they
to feed and a
n in area.- un
11 -diction.
Ceremonies Install Kout
Head of Legion Post
Hylan H. Kout was installed as
commander of Miami Beach Post
No. 85 of the American Legion at
ceremonies held Tuesday at the
Post home. He is the first veteran
of World War II to be elected to
this office.
Installing officers were District
Commander Harry Cooper and
the Dade county guard of honor.
Among the guests were George
Smathers. Congressman, and the
nay,ir and city councilmen of
Miami Beach.
Dr. Maurice Klein was pre-
sented with a special gift for his
outstanding services to the Leg-
ion for the past 10 years. Harry
Cooper. Phil Schneider and Louis
Auerbach were awarded life
memberships.
A dance, entertainment and re-
freshments followed the induction
services.
JWV Agent Enrolls In
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel Special Trainina ClaSS
Sholem Lodge Sets Date
For Induction Ceremony
Initiation of B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge new members will be held
at Elks hall. Tuesday, May 13, at
3 p.m. At that time. 84 new
members will be inducted into
the brotherhood.
Feature of the evening's enter-
tainment is the presentation of a
well known eternal light script.
The Bar Mitzvah of Pvt. Cohen."
by AZA groups.
Participants include Sidney
Grossberg, chairman: Frederick
Scher. Bernard Ross and Ben
Gindy.
Sloan, executive director.
Early Friday vening Kabbalas .'ice. I

man will I Cant
Satui I n i 9 a.m. D:\ Shlomo H
Palestinian youth leader, will be Jui
tiun service. 10 am Mincha, 6 15 p.m. Shalos S'u I
Daily sc re held during 1 at 9
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Fr evi re, 8:15 p.m Rabbi Kroi oi
"Throw the B es" in observai
i and the
S ive Only in a Ghett >'.'
to Motl
nted with fiild. Canl Ki
will rendi
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwilman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath evening ervici May 9,
to th (-Men's club
a.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach
Portion of the Week. Services are preceded
Class Study Group.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening Rabbi Raab will conduct a I Mol
service and speak on I ect of "Honoi
addition, he will give his impressions oi the F As-
sociation convention held recently in Miami Be
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
Friday evening service 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak on
Crime and Punishment." An Qneg Shabbat will follow
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:' ss-A-Grille for the next
six Wi Mend classes to aid
k. Recently named
investigator for the
administration, Mr. Burd will re-
turn to his office at Dinner Key
fully equipped to assist all ex-
i ii.
luties will be handled by
Goldman, commander of
JWV, whil away. Funds
to make the trip possible were
lonated by JWV posts in the
Dr. Goldberg |0 Spe .
For Black Book Group
Dr. B. Z. Goldberg, colu .
of The Day. Jew^ JJ-JJ
lhed in New York. ,,/J t
main speaker at a luncheon S^
day. May 11, 12:30 noon b^
Strand restaurant. 1225 Wash*
ton ave.. under the aui .
'"Dr" Go/db1^ ^ Si**
Dr. Goldberg, one of the .,*
ors of "The Black Book" or tI
Jewish Case Against the Na
recently made an extended .
of Palestine, the Middle gt^
the Soviet Union, and f,**
to give an off-the-rc-cord E
^observations in lhe ^
During his travels, Dr Gold
berg served as foreign co "
spondent for the St. Louis ft?
Despatch, the Toronto Star ai"
Jhe New Republic, PrS*
is chairman of the American C0
TTiof ,Jc,wish Write* is?
and Scientists, whose president i.
Dr. Albert Einstein. H
RiS;i,A1rT director of
Black Book committee, will deal
with the origin and development
of the project.
A mobile unit from the Dade
County Blood Bank will be al
the Alton Road hospital Thurj.
day. May 15. Appointments may
be made by calling 5-6146.
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTskj
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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Representatives of all Greater
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the offices of Sholem lodge, 330
St ybold bldg.. to elect officers for
the new Metropolitan council.
At a meeting held last Sunday.
a constitution was adopted, pro-
viding that a total of 23 persons
from all B'nai B'rith organiza-!
tions would comprise the council.'
Harold Turk was named presi-l
dent pro tern and Charles R.
Jacobson. secretary pro tern.
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j^erican Troops Halt
pp's At German Border
MUNICH (JTA).-Three hun-
dred displaced Jews who were al-
gedlv attempting to cross from
Xmany into Austria on the first
w of a journey to Palestine were
opped by American constabu-
STtroopers at Berchtesgaden
c miles from the frontier and
turned to the Pu.tpold tran-
sient center, near here.
The group, the members of
which are still being questioned
hv the army, appeared disheart-
ened They are sticking to their
rfory that they lost their waj
L ,,,. seeking a DP center near
ierchtesgaden. A military source
,old the JTA that it was unlikely
,hat disciplinary action would be
taken ana m.-a the DP's, since they
W(,,l. stopped five miles inside
the German frontier and techni-
cally had violated no regulations.
They will probably be kept at
Puitpold for a few days and then
returr.ed to the camps from which
they came.
The military authorities, how-
ever take ;, more serious view
0{ where the DP's obtained the
seven trucks in which they were
traveling. Five bore UNRRA
markings, including several al-
legedly !dunging to the Jewish
agency. The investigation of their
origin is Still continuing.
*'ki*>* Ikridton
PAGE FIFTEEN
DEBBS Mother-Daughter
Tea At Hillel House
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de
Leon blvd., Coral Gables was the
setting for the annual Mother-
Daughter Tea this past Wednes-
day night, which DEBBS chapter,
B'nai B'rith Young Women, gave
to acquaint their mothers with
the organization's work.
Beverly Koch and Roslyn Mor-
ris were co-chairmen for the
event. The committee included:
Invitations, Trudi and Paula
Lach; program, Dolly Fishbein
Roslyn Morris and Beverly Koch
refreshments, Charlotte Sandier
decorations. Roslyn Morris, and
publicity, Beverly Koch. Special
guests were Miss Gertrude Car-
novsky. director. District 5; Mrs.
A Michaels, and advisors, Mrs.
Marx Feinberg and Mrs. Frank
Rose.
Judaism Council Calls
Community Meeting
South Florida chapter of the
American Council for Judaism
has invited members of the Mi-
ami Jewish community to attend
a dinner meeting Wednesday,
May 14. 7 p.m., at the Robert
Hunter hotel, 3301 Collins ave..
Miami Beach.
The purpose of the event is to
allow members to become better
acquainted with each other and
the activities of the chapter.
Tickets at $3.50 per person are
being sold at the local offices,
608 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach.
SHOLEM LODGE COMMITTEE HEADS
Pictured above are members of the Sholem lodge P'nai B'rith convention committee, who are
completing plans for a pre-convention dance \z be held June 1 at the Frolics club. The four-
day conclave will be held June 7-10 at Miami B3ach. Seated (left to right) are Al Pallot, con-
vention co-chairman and chairman for the dance, and Sam Silver, president. Standing (left
to right) are Marx Feinberg, finance committes. John Kronenfeld, banquet and special affairs;
Sidney Aronovitz, transportation; Ray Redman, convention publicity; Milton A. Friedman,
hospitality; Harry Schwartz, women's lodges; Jerome Freehling, registration, and Charles R.
Jacobson, Sholem lodge executive director.
Burbridge Will Try For
Sixth Beach Council Term
If William (Bill) Burbridge is
re-elected to the Miami Beach
city council on June 3, it will
mark the sixth time he held this
office. His bid for re-election
was filed with the city clerk last
week. At the end of the present
term he will have served 12 and
one-fialf years.
Known as one of the largest
individual property owners on the
Beach, Burbridge entered public
life in Dade county when he came
here 24 years ago, building the
first stores on Washington ave.
and Lincoln rd. Prior to that
time, he was a Duval county com-
missioner in Jacksonville.
When he first was elected to
the council he took a lead in re-
organizing the city's finances and
has been a leader in the develop-
ment and improvement programs
of the city since 1932. Burbridge
has been a council member dur-
ing the years in which more than
65 per cent of all city improve-
ments have been made.
A widower, ho has a son. Wil-
liam, who served in the Pacific
theatre in World War II. His
brother, Farber. is also a Miami
Beach resident.

1
Youth League Resumes
Sunday Night Dances
The Young People's League of
the Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Center will resume their
Sunday night dances beginning
May 11 at 8:30 p.m.
Dancing will be provided by
records, and refreshments ap-
propriate to the occasion will be
served by the league members.
Also, an all-game night has been
planned for all who attend the
dance.
The committee for the dance
and games includes: Program
committee. Selma Lewis and
Marty Goldberg: refreshments.
Joyce Litchenstein and Frank
Zieve; records, Shirley Pardo:
door committee, Sol Pascul and
Bernice Zacoloff; publicity, Shir-
ley Pardo.
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Reports of the president and
executive director will be heard
at the election meeting of the
Miami Beach YM&WHA tomor-
row evening at 8 p. m.
Following the session, an out-
door cabaret dance will take
place. Transcriptions made at
the dedication ceremonies
Sunday will be played.
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i>AGE SIXTEEN
+Jel*tncrk#*n
FRIDAY. MAY 9,

Mother
By LUCY STOUTS
We are lost!and through you,
fair Esther, we shall be found.
Your potent power for good is
li-nitless because you shall re-
plenish our depleted handful of
people.
They have fed us bitter bread
through endless time, but there
is hope in you, fair daughter of
ancient kings; in your white arms
lies the secret of our heritage.
We have roamed over the face
of the earth, never took root and
never had a home, but we have
always had the shelter of your
soft arms and of your flowing
breast. Teach then our young.
oh, fair Rachael. our ancient
tongue of courage; give them
back the faith of your noble race.
You are the daughter of a race
whose rich blood flows with the
sap of love; your patience is like
the everlasting flow of the River
Nile.
Remember, oh, fair daughter,
the cry of those who died when
the books were burned; those
patient innocents whose only
crime against our living world
was the practice of the wise com-
mandments, our Mosaic laws.
Remember, oh, fair Esther, not
to let our young stray from your
fathers' text. Let them not be-
come imitations in an alien world
which does not seek to know us
yet judges us unkindly.
Oh, fair Leah, teach them at
your breast and at your cradle
not to stray from their father's
house, his Sabbath peace and
from the leafy abundance of his
yards. Oh, yes! our path is
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I PAGE SIX fjenist fh>ridfiatr Beach Center Scene of Sisterhood Conference Harold Turk Will Keep Campaign Headquarters Miami Beach Jewish Center Opn Every Evening sisterhood was host last weekStepping up the tempo of his end to an organizational confercampaign for election to Miami ence of the Florida State branch Beach city council June 3, Harold of the Women's League of the; Turk has announced his United Synagogues of America, quarters at 1541 Washington ave^ will be kept open evenings from 7 to 10 p.m. on week days. At the same time, he said that friends have opened branch headquarters at 940 Everglades concourse. The space was provided by S. E. Schwartz to serve residents of the 71si st. area, it is planned to keep the This is the newest unit to be established, joining chapters throughout the United States and Canada. Headquarters for the conference were at the Royal Palm Hotel. Guest speaker at an afternoon luncheon was Mrs. Samuel Glassman, vice president of the, national league and head of the. office open dun:the day toi tne Philadelphia chapter. j present: evenings later in W* Greetings were brought by I campaign, Mrs. Irving Lehrman. conference; Arrangements to personal!) chairman, and Mrs. Ira Walsey. contact Florida legislators in president of the Center sisterWashington to press the fight toi hood, and Mrs. Manuel Greenadequate veterans' hospital stein. West Palm Beach. Rabbi! tics in South Florida have been Irving Lehrman read the invoj completed by Turk. cation and spoke to the memIn addition to Rep. George hers on the need of .lasses and Smathers, he has requested apdiscussion groups among parentpointments with Senators Claude on Jewish subjects. | Pepper and Spessard Holland to Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. Miami, urge their concerted action on discussed synagogue attendance the project. in the 13-20 year age groups. The Branding fa.hire to provide fo closing prayer was presented by the hospitahzation ol veterans in Mrs. Joseph Rose. South Florida a community etaOfficers named were: preside,:' > Turk said he would tak Mrs. Irving Lehrman: vice presidents. Mrs. Jacob Wittner, Tampa.; Mrs. Greenstein and Mrs. Jacob Becker. Jacksonville; secretary. Mrs. Benjamin Woolff: treasurer. Mrs. Edward Safer; membership. Mrs. Ben Wolfson, West Palm Beach: program, Mrs Alfred Stone: publicity, Mrs Walsey; Torah scholarships, Mrs Jacob Wittner. and publications, Mrs. David Sernaker. MJOC Sisterhood Lists Date of Annual Affair Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation sisterhood has i n the Robert Clay II itel as scent of its annual installation luncheon Tuesday. May 13. at 12:30 p. m. Chairmen fi i the nl are Mrs. P. N and Mrs i' Auslander. Thosi who >ath ire Mrs. M. Kargcr, president: Mrs 1 Ku I time "in from his campaign to contact the Florida lawmakers in Was ington nixt week. He will be there to attend the lodge convention of B'nai B'rith. igurating a series of social, affair.for Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mrs. Alexander Libow tei dered a brunch at the Cadillac hotel Friday. She was assisted by Mrs. Seymour Satin, M s. Mrs. G< orge TaliaMrs. Ii\ ing Marcus and M s Charles Goldberg. It was attendby 'i ore than 100 womi n. A similar number ol men and women attended a receptioi l the Turks Sunday at the hon i > Mrs. Ada E. Joseph, 1212 Kerglades concoursi she wi by Mrs Paul Weil and Mrs. Albeit Sn Wednesday of this e< Mrs Irving Frumk( •. 1260 Lenox ave., inch. A musii ali and "i ipi n house" will be ; Sunday evi it the Miami B'nai B'rith Debate Winners in Washington rrr, Florida Historian Slated For Sholem Lodge Forum Dr. Manning J. Dauer, professor of History and Political Science at the University of Florida, has been invited to participate in the atomic energy forum being sponsored by B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge on May 26. At that time, the committee on Public affairs, will present an entire evening of discussions | and movies on "Implications of Florida lawmakers. Shown above on the steps of the capitol | Atomic Energy on Modern Life.'' Two Miami high school students and their debating coach were awarded a six-day trip to Washington as a prize ^ for winning a citizenship forensic contest sponsored by B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge. While visiting Washington, the trio had audiences with Attorney General Tom C. Clark. Maj. Gen. Graves B. Erskine. U.S.M.C.: F.B.I. Chief J. Edgar Hoover and JCRS Annual ElectfoT for Next Meeting Set Annual election of nfn. the Miami chapt< of or Consumptive Relief Soci P( „ h take place at the nexTm 5 ? 111 Monday. May 12, 815 Dm '>• White House hotel fifr *** dr., Miami Beach. ^ Nominating committee h*>A, by Muriel Libow, has suh !" ^ the following slat" P^ Lillian Levine; ftIt v £*** dent, Lillian BrowneS £L P e$ '" president; Gold"e^2j treasurer, Ida Gordon;"fig secretary, Blanche Rosenthal r cord.ng secretary, Miss Libow' corresponding secretary, M vrtl We n isoe e r r g and C0UnSC 0r **• Trustees include Betty Gold man, Ida Poncher and Rose Scott Selected for the board of dirS are Evelyn Chasen. Naomi Fried. man, Sandra Fine. Zena Goluskin Muriel Kaplan, Rose Levey Es' ther Levin, Teddy Magrial, Sybil Ozner. Beulah Poncher, Doe Schoen, Lillian Snyder, Thelma Sunshine. Shirley Wasserman Irene Weinberg and Harriett Weiss. building (left lo right) are Senator Spessard L. Holland. Irving M. Lichtenstein, B'nai B'rith press and radio bureau; Mrs. Herberta Leonardy. teacher and coach of the debate winners; George L. Strehlke, debate champion; Representative George A. Smathers. Darryl McCall. Jr., debate champion, and Senator Claude Pepper. i lj ool, 1021 Bid: ritz vice president: Mrs L Rotenberg. d b M .. s ,_,.„ Huberman. set nd vie pn Mi H.I Honig, third vice president: Mrs S. Geltner, recording Mrs D Ochs, financial secretary; Urs H. Klein and Mrs. A. J. Orlansky. con espi nding taries; Mr?. A. M. Bear, treasurer. and Mrs. M. Grauer, Chaplain. Jewish Musical Hour Guest "ii the "Jewish M H ur" this week will be Dr. Maurice Klein, incumbent for] Be ich i %  council. He will ik Fridaj at 11 a. m. on a i and presented by Jacob Schechti Featuring classical and popular the radio show is each Friday and Sunday at 10 a.m. i ">.. Jumdm Miami Lawyer Appointed To Special Survey Group Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has bei :. appointed to a survey board of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds which will meet in Atlanta or: May 11 to studj the needs of Jewish orphans in five states in the Southeast The purposi I I i study is to mine the need for and estabHebrew orphans' At i i present time, all children in the South are taken the 1 ome in AtHowever, due to increased I anization is iry, Social .service lead" ra are now investigating the situation and will make then report II vey ooard. a] director %  i National Association of n Lawy< .-. Mis. Brenner will ad Geoi gia association in Atlanta tomorrow, RALPH POLE youx COUNCILMAN 1 ~ This Adrrtliitmcnl Paid for br Frirndi KOCH'S INTERIORS STATION WAGONS Rebuilt — Refinished STOP BY FOR ESTIMATE 2253 N. W. First Ave. PHONE 9-2341 Mizrachi Women Meet Young women's group of Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami, will meet next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Claire Landeman, 2'J24 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach. Discussions will include planning a program dealing with the work of Mizrachi in schools in Eretz Yisroel. We Sell. Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Bob Levin is forum chairman. Dr. Dauer has acted as representative of the University of Florida on many programs with the Oak Ridge scientists. Next Tuesday nighi the members of Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its annual election of officers. The voting will get under way at 8:30 p.m. and results will be announced immediately. The meeting will be held at YMHA, Miami Beach. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Collins i. Wash. AVM. Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. 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*j I I : PAGE EIGHT +Jelslfk*kikM FRIDAY, MAY 9, Fla. Communities Exceed Appeal Campaign Quota Hollywood and Sarasota, Fla., are two communities which have already completed their United Jewish Appeal campaigns and have exceeded their quota. Hollywood, which accepted a minimum of $80,000, has indicated that its allotment will be in excess of $100,000. A. J. Dimond is president and Albert E. Einstein was chairman of the drive. Sarasota, assigned a quota of $6,500.00, has collected almost $10,900. Charles Twain is campaign chairman. Under the vigorous leadership of Harris Wishnatski as chairman, the Lakeland, Fla., Jewish community completed its campaign for $17,5000 for the United Jewish Appeal and immediately sent a large part of that sum to national headquarters. An intensive collection effort has been initiated to send the balance as rapidly as po-jible, H. Moskovits, treasurer, ha* reported. Nat J. Schneider, Harry Slakman and Sam Siegel were other officers responsible fo. insuring the success of the drive in this small community. Beach Woman Seeks City Council Seat For the first time in 23 years, a woman has entered the political arena in Miami Beach. She is Mrs. Theresa A. (Tess) Kanter, wife and mother, who enjoys the distinction of being the first Miami Beach woman in two decades to challenge the men candidates in a local election. She is the wife of Louis A. Kanter, and the mother of a 12year-old daughter, Anita, who attends the Ida M. Fisher high school. Mrs. Kanter is a member of the Miami Beach ParentWC Youth Group Plans Entertainment Series Yjung people's group. Workmen's Circle branch 692, will resume its entertainment program w.th the second of a newly initiat'd series of public dances. Sa'.jrday, May 17, 8:30 p. m., at the lyceum at 25 Washington ave., Miami Beach. The headquarters will be decorated for indoor and outdoor denting. Popular and novelty music will be featured. Tickets are being sold at the door. The group plans to hold an alld; y picnic at Greynolds Park, June 1. Arrangements have been completed for another dance on Saturday, May 31. Academy Gets Charter Last Tuesday, Herman M. Berk, acting attorney, turned over to the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, its charter, incorporating the educational institution in the state of Florida. The paper was signed officially by Judge Marshall C. Wisehart. The terms of the corporate charter state that the non-profit school will be conducted to foster general English and Hebrew education in the community, and further the understanding of Jewish institutions and culture. flY Ya-4848 phone -J-* 0 1901 COMPIITI Plil CONTROL Teachers' Association. She is president of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Club in Greater Miami, and was chairman of the FDR Memorial Meeting held April 12th in Bayfront Park, in which a score of civic, patriotic, labor, religious, social and cultural organizations participated. Mrs. Ranter's campaign slogan is "FDR Principles in City Government." She has made it known that her campaign will be conducted on "issues, not personalities" and has emphasized the need for a modern city like Miami Beach to have a woman represented in City Government. She considers it her special duty, if elacted, "to advance not only the general issues that affect our whole community, but especially those issues which closely concern our hitherto unrepresented women citizens." Mrs. Kanter believes that: "Good government in our city requires a council free of the slightest suspicion of any control by special interest group which places self-interest above community betterment." During the course of her campaign, she will advance a series of concrete proposals for the betterment of Miami Beach. Her program stresses the need for improved Public Health and Recreation; Housing, Public Safety, Educational Growth, Tax Reduction, Labor's Needs and Increased Public Service. Mrs. Kanter is active on the planning committee which is endeavoring to establish a permanent Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Greater Miami. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Lin* GUww.re — Chlnaware — Silrerwar. Steam Tablet— Coffea Urns—Rangei Fryer*--Bake Ovens—Hoi Plata* Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS T AS LARGE CHOI Dedication of a new building site for the Miami Beach YM& WHA at 1550 Bay Road ast Sunday was culminated with Harry ; Zukernick turning the first clod of earth with a silver spade. Zubernick acted for Carl Weinkle "Y" president who was unable to be present. Also substituting for Mr. Weinkle was Samuel A. Rivkind, vicepresident, who delivered the dedicatory address at the services. He said that the building to be erected would offer "to young people and adults alike the training ground for effective living." "It will afford." he said, "young people the opportunity to indulge in wholesome recreation activities which builds health and morale. It will be a fertile training field for future community leaders and a hope of survival of Jewish life on the high plane established by our forebears." The program, broadcast by Station WIN'Z. opened with Dr. Maurice Klein, of the American Legion, presenting the colors. The invocation was read by Rabbi Li n Kronish. Temple Beth Sholom. and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach Jewish Center, led the benediction. George G. Bertman, chairman SITE IS DEDICATED WATCH SERVICES of the dedication committee, welcomed the assembly of more than 700 people. Other addresses were presented by Judge Joseph A. Berman, chairman of the Construction committee; Jack P. Marash, executive director; and A. Bud Cutler, president of the Young Adult councilGeorge J. Bertman, chairman Rev. Msgr. William Barry, St. Patrick's Church; Rev. William C. Wahl, Biscayne Blvd. Lutheran Church, for the Greater Miami Ministerial association; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Beth Jacob Congregation, for the Rabbinical association of Greater Miami; Leon Kaplan, president of the YM&YWHA of Miami and Abraham Goodman, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The city of Miami Beach was represented by Ralph C. Pole, acting mayor. MJOC Torah Discussion Thursday evening, following Maariv service at Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, there will take place a Siyum o? a tractate of the Ein Yaakov by the Chevra Mishnayos. Rev. Z. Maslavsky is the instructor for the group. Frances Danels was recently installed as head of the Dade group of Miami Business and Professional Women's club at a ceremonial dinner last Wednesday at El Comodoro hotel. Allenberg Re-elected Abe Allenberg has again been re-elected as head of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners' association He will be assisted by Mickey Michaels, Neal Lang, Irving Frankel, Jack Esterkes and Mrs. Matilda Ratner, secretary. The board of directors includesMarvin Freedman, Jack Solomon Joe Rose, Ed Stinger. Dave Andron, Charles Cohen and Ben Turchin. %  The ionship, For Dogs Whelped in 1945 POST TIME 8 P.M. 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18 HH rPlDAY, MAY 9, 1947 polish Jews Returning To Seek Resettlement \V\HSAW (JTA)—More than ,000 Polish Jews who fled this oU nt.y last year have returned 0 explore the possibilities of permanent resettlement, it was learned recently. Hundreds of them have passed through the Czech-Polish border town of Zebrzvdowice en route from DP camps in the U. S. zone of GermanyMost of the returnees hope to settle in Silesia. Their families aic remaining in the camps until they can ascertain whether it will be possible for them to establish permanent residence and secure employment in Poland. Their arrival represents the first reversal in the trend towards Jewish emigration from Poland. Meanwhile, Jewish groups are expecting the arrival shortly of the first transports of the 15,000 Polish Jews who are to be repatriated from the Soviet Union under an agreement negotiated last month between the Polish and Soviet governments. A new group of repatriates recently arrived from Russia, but no Jews were among them. k 'nislfhrldlftr PAGE THIRTEEN Norman Bruce Brown post 174 of Jewish War Veterans will hold their next meeting Monday, May 12. at 153S S. W. Third st. The group will discuss plans for the Florida state convention to be held at Miami on June 16. Mr. and Mrs. Scan Winer. 2447 N. W. Seventh ave.. celebrated the Pidyon Haben of their son Michael with a party at their home. On that occasion, the grandmother. Mrs. Minnie Winer, member of Pioneer Women No. 1, made an appeal for the Land of Rescue for which S75.00 was collected. Seated above (left to right) are Mr. Jack Kaplan, Mrs. Rose Kaplan, Mrs. Minnie Winer and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winer. Exhibition Dancers At Miami YM&YWHA Affair Arthur Murray exhibition dancers will highlight the spring dance which will be sponsored by the Miami YM&YWHA on June 8 at Police Benevolent hall. They will also act as judges in a rhumba and jitterbug contest. Tickets are available from Larry Grossberg. Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. • Escrows • Abstracts 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 Hospital Drive Calls For Volunteer Workers With the campaign to complete the South Florida Children's Hospital extended, Robert Pentland, Jr., president of the institution, issued an urgent call this week for volunteers to work to make the drive a success. He stressed that previous to this campaign there have been 19 other campaigns, a majority of which have been for projects located at some distance from Dado county. The Children's Hospital, on the other hand, is located in Schlenlcy Park, just west of Coral Gables. When completed, he said, it will be the finest of its kind in the southern United States. Need of workers to make possible the completion of the hospital was stressed and it was pointed out that there is no resistance. Hospital officials stated that all who have been contacted so far have been glad to contribute but in order that all may be reached, workers are vitally needed. Nor is completion of the hospital all, they said. There is a long range plan calling for ultimate construction of a nurses' residence, school, convalescent home, research laboratory, salt and fresh water pools, memorial chapel and a colored project. Investigate the Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage! • LOW RATES: Reasonable interest charges on unpaid balance. • EASY PAYMENTS: No more than present monthly rentaL • LONG TERM PLAN: Pays ofi mortgage without strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given-no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 D4BEFEMKAL INSURED; President LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242 N. E. 79th St.. Miami, Forlda. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVE SATZ SAMUEL HIRSCH HENRY A. STEIN ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTltlE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS. %  ilso known as SOUTHERN SUPI LIKRS. at Dade County, Florida, intends to register said name with the i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade < ounty, Florida. H. LEEB. MARX FEINBERG. ^ OWMr vffi&Z for A '" ,,lea t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARKOWITZ & SCHAEFFER PLUMBING CONTRACTORS, at 2132 N. W. 36th Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the '"lerk of the Circuit Cburt of Dade County, Florida. ISADORE MARKOWITZ SAMUEL M. SCHAEFFER Attorney for Applicants. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, 4/11-18-25 5/2-9 NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ELBA CLUB, at 701 S. Miami Ave., Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FJorlda. SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN MAX DUNN 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127 •>. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT BACHER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attorney for Applicant. 5'9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 N. W. 8th Court. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of thn circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MOE BERKOWITZ ARNOLD HURV1TZ MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. .'2-9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 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. WALLACE KIRK CLAIRE KIRK Petitioners MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys for Petitioners. 4/25-5/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SMILEYS BAR, at 446 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HARRY TRACHTMAN WAS MAN & SILVER, Attorneys for Applicants. 4/25 5/2-9-16-23 ,r _S!1P ER OF PUBLICATION IN .. T 5. E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ?v E YS N TI L, JUDICIAI CIRCUIT. %  J AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 108370 EUGENE HAYES MILLER, vg Plaintiff. EVELYN MILLER TO: EVELYN MILLER f eBdant 2806 West Avenue 32 _*£• Angeles, California. to f?u AW ? HKRE BT REQUIRED ,u..„„ Appearance In the above '}?rce motion on or before May 10. i? !" 0, 1 h 1 er w' !,e Decree Pro Confession will be entered against you In accordance with the laws of the State or riorida. I94 1 7 ated ,h S 10th dSy f ApriI A D E. B. LEATHERMAN, ,*. Clerk o' the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Real) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER. Attorney for Plaintiff, 818 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 4/11-18-25 5/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'he undersigned, desiring to engage In 2.1?jE£I?.. un A r ,np "'•tl'IntiB name of OI.EKVS APARTMENTS & HOTEL 3r£ M f S ,lt .? 7S J ^'Mnjrton Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Coiintv. Florida. LILLIAN GIMPRL V 'VIAN GIMPEL MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants <'18-25 5/2-9-18 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN taat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name o' PAUL'S DRESS SHOP, at 2.1.1-3", N Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL S. ORUEN 1/18-25 5/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN tha' 'he undersigned, desiring to engage |r huslnes under the fictitious name o' AND n OROClERTERIAS. at 37 V. W. Fifth St.. Miami. Fla.. In'ends to register said nnme with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. Countv. Florida. IRVING S. WFTVRTETN DAVID V WEfNSTFTN SIMONHOFF eV SIMONHOFF,." Attorneys for Applicants. 1/18-26 r.'2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thst 'he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the f1ctltl<%UR name of LINCOLN ROAD WATCH HOSPITAI it .137 Lincoln Rood. Miami Bench Via.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Ohnntv. Florida. c FORGE M\RKOWITZ WASMAN SILVER. At'ornev* for Applicant. "ll-tlt-25 5/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha' *he undersigned, deslrlne to engage In huslMess under the fictitious name of HART'S SERVICE STATION, at 460? V. W 1?nd Ave.. Miami Fla.. Intend •o reclster said name with the Oerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. AT.FRFD D1MFN. OSCAR G. HALEY, Partners. MYERS. HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 1/11-18-25 R/2-9 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING, at 2324 N. E. 3rd St.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEON A BENNETT ANTHONY GAITO WILLIAM I.. PALLOT. Attorney for Applfcants5/2-9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 108372 ROSE LIPINSKY. Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL LIPINSKY. Defendant. TO: SAMUEL LIPINSKY, care of Palace Jewelry Co., 818 Fifth Avenue, San Diego. California. YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance in the above divorce motion on or before May 10, 1947. otherwise a Decree Pro Cont-ssion will be entered against yoiIn accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. Dated this 10th day of April, *.. D. 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Cou-t. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Clerk. ALFRED KREISLER. Attorney for Plaintiff. 818 Seybold Building, Miami. Florida. 4/11-18-25 5/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at the undersigned, desiring to engagIn business under the fictitious i. of VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 X W. Seventh Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend tn register said name with the Clerk ot the Clroult 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 JOFFE, Attorney for Applicant. /2-9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT l 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 "State of Bculah Irwin. also known is Beulah L. Irwin. decea-sed, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his offl-e 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 he 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. FINTON D. IRWIN. As Administrator of the Estate of Beulah Irwin, also known as Beulah L. Irwin, deceased. SILVER. KAPLAN. DIETZ LASKY. Attorneys for Administrator. 5/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, ADOLPH BRAMS. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KNIGHTS PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk at th Clroult Court of Dade County, Florida. ADOT.ra BRAMS LEO 3HEINER. Esc, Attorney for Appl'cant, 1204-05 Pacific Bid*.. Miami, Florida. %  5/9-16-28-30 6/6



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ra jgBBBi M&iloulian 5LUME 20-NUMBER 19 ^^[J^J^mDA^ FRIDAY, MAY 9. T 947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Inited Nations Poiitic aKommittee Grants Jewish Agency Hearing Sweeping Man-Hunt on In Palestine allowing Break By 231; 14 Killed [JERUSALEM, May 5 (JTA)— most extensive manhunt in history of modern Palestine under way early this week Dowir.g an Irgun-engineered Us jail break from Acre prison nday during which 14 Jews ire killed and 216 prisoners taped. British troops poured into the lilee area from the south while r reinforcements came in i the northern border and the coastal area to cordon off bumber of Jewish settlements to search the Galilee hills I the escaped prisoners. (he dead Jews included four pped prisoners, two attackers, I five Jews who the military Ihorities maintain were' inagainst the entire Jewish community for the actions of a "group of desparadoes." Acre was under curfew and completely cordoned off a number of hours after the jail break and the Jewish community of Safad was cordoned off while troops under orders to take no chances were "screening" every Jewish man and boy. Upper and Lower Gagee was cut 0 f f f rom the rest of Palestine and all communication facilities were in the hands of the military. Planes circled overhead, seeking to spot the escapees. Among the Jewish communities being searched were the settlements of Naharia, Shavei Zion, Jewish Group Split On Laws u in the attack, but who t Kfar Masar y k Mi ^ m Hayam, described by Jewish sources ing innocent members of a settlement who were shot fai by British paratroopers. wounded attackers and 16 jijured raiders were captured. spokesman for the Jewish ncy released a strongly wordatement terming the action onsible and suicidal." The fanent pointed out that an exjive number of Jews were fcd and the only purpose the (served was to release nearly Arab prisoners, "many of were guilty of shedding ish blood." The spokesman glided that he hoped the govpent would not retaliate and Ein Hamifratz. Jewish observers point out that the last two colonies were established by Jews of left-wing sentiments who are not apt to have taken any part in the Irgun's bloody raid. According to latest reports based on eye witness accounts, the prison was first breached by two jeep loads dressed in British uniorms. While attackers with automatic weapons and hand grenades kept the prison guards busy, the men from the jeeps invaded a building next to one of the prison walls and blew a hole in the wall. Entering by way of the hole and ladders placed on the roof of the building they blasted several more openings in the enclosure. FLUSHING MEADOWS (JTA) The Jewish Agency this week won its first victory at the United Nations special session on Palestine when the general assembly voted 44^0 7 for a resolution instructing the political committee to grant a hearing to the Jewish Agency. The resolution also authorized the committee to grant hearings if it so desired, to other groups representing the population of Palestine, such as the Arab higher committee, which applied or a hearing. The only delegations voting againstf the resolution were the five Arab states, Turkey and Afghanistan. India, Iran and Siam abstained and the Costa Rican delegate was absent. The resolution was presented jointly by the delegations of Chile, Argentina, Byelorussia, Yugoslavia and Uruguay. Earlier each of these delegations had submitted separate resolutions. However, during a recess the five conferred at the suggestion of Assembly President Dr. Aranha and agreed to merge their resolutions I Delegates to Attend Bnnial Convention |ASHINGTON, D. C—More 400 delegates, representing B'nai B'rith members WASHINGTON (JTA) — Spokesmen for two major Jewish civic protection organizations split sharply this week on the question of outlawing group liel and banning anti-Semitic literature from the mails, during testimony before the President's Committee on Civil Rights. Will Maslow, head of the Social Action Commission of the American Jewish Congress, urged the committee to recommend the creation of "a group defamation statute" and to sponsor legislation to outlaw the sending of anti-Jewish publications through the mails. Declaring that there were at least 55 such publications circulating despite the fact that organized anti-Semitism is probably at "its lowest ebb since the early '30s," Dr. Maslow said the Congress was concerned with Whout the world, will be r 1 at the service organiza-1 TuX manifesttion"s*beVau"se they ] imperilled not only a particular [ minority group, "but democracy triennial convention here| IU-15. B Survey Ready SBURGH-The future of Jewish Community Center "lent and the postwar funcservices and programs of National Jewish Welfare (JWB), the national assoJ> of the 300 Jewish ComJy Centers and JM-YWHA's, %  > shaped in large measure findings and recommenda01 the report of the JWB y i^' ch wil1 be made pubJW B's annual meeting, to 1 -the William Penn Ho."wurgh, from Saturday May loth, through Mon*y 12th. "nder the auspices of a fa. !" ittee of 35 natio1 Jewish educators, entmc Comm "nal leaders emmg every Jewish view£** the chairmanship of Banm. of Columbia UniVoSr V T eyWaS C Onduct of ih f Janowi *y. of the C.ty of New York. Wring .""ore than a year to h Jew n h al n tr pling of ls n public opinion, the Survey covers JWB's aims, goals, services, prorams and relationships to Jewish Community Centers, other national Jewish organizations, Jewish schools and synagogues. Receipt of the Commission's report on Saturday evening from its chairman, Dr. Salo Baron, and the recommendations and findings of Dr. Oscar Janowsky, who conducted the year-long Survey, will follow the presentation of the annual report by JWB's president, Frank L. Weil. Maurice Mermey, a member of JWB's executive committee, who in 1945 fathered the resolution that led to the Survey, will outline the procedure for the discussion of the report by the convention. Stanley Kann, of Pittsburgh, chairman of the national arrangements committee, will open the convention. Judge Benjamin Lencher, president of the Pittsburgh YM-WHA, and Nathan B. Jacobs, president of the Irene Kaufmann Settlement, will greet the delegates on behalf of the Pittsburgh member associations of JWB. itself." Dr. John Slawson, executive vice-president of the American Jewish Committee, opposed enactment of group libel laws and laws banning the mails or denying second class mailing privileges to publications containing objectionable material. "To attempt to curb by sanctions the free expression of ideas, even hostile ideas, is psychologically as well as legally unsound," Dr. Slawson said. Drs. Slawson and Maslow agreed on the need for enlarged and improved machinery in the federal government to defend civil rights. They advocated expansion of the Civil Rihts division of the Justice Department so that more funds were available for investigators. Both endorsed the Ives FEPC Bill and called for abolishment of the poll tax, and for prosecution of violations. Replying to a question by Committee member Boris Shishkin, chief economist for the A.F.L., Dr. Slawson said that he favored into one, which reads as follows: The general assembly resolves: 1. That the first (political) committee grant a hearing of the Jewish Agency for Palestine on the question before the committee; 2. To send to that same committee for its decision those other communications of a similar character from the Palestinian population which have been received by this special session of the general assembly or may later on be submitted to it. The Polish-Czech resolution calling for admission of the Jewish Agency to the general assembly to express its views was voted down 39 to 8. Only Poland, Byelorussia, Czechoslovakia, the Ukraine, the U.S.S.R., South Africa Leaders of the Jewish Agency and Chile voted for it. expressed gratification that they will finally have an opportunity to state their case before all 55 member states of the United Nations, which comprise the political committee. They conferred with Lester Pearson, Canadian chairman of that committee, who assured them that he would give them a fair hearing, even though he feels that discussions at the committee should be restricted to the procedure of constituting and instructing a U.N. fact-finding committee to prepare for consideration of the Palestine question at the regular session of the assembly in September. Within their own ranks, the Jewish Agency leaders were discussing the nature of the presentation which they should make at the political committee. Some members of the Agency executive are inclined to restrict the presentation to the demand that the British government be urged by a permanent Commssion on Civil Rights which would set policy to I the United Nation^ To caVr^ou* (Continued on page 4) I (Continued on Page 7) Henry Monsky, B'nai B'rith Head Dies The Jewry of Greater Miami joined with the B'nai B'rith chapters at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Tuesday evening to pay tribute to the memory of Henry Monsky who died May 3 in a conference parlor at the Hotel Biltmore, New York City. His age was 57. The international president of B'nai B'rith and chairman of the interim committee of the American Jewish Conference, Henry Monsky was siezed with the attack while presiding at a meeting of the committee comprising the executive body of the conference, an organization representing all Jews in this country. Mr. Monsky was speaking on the problem of Palestine and the current United Nations general assembly session on the matter when stricken. His wife, Mrs. Daisy Monsky, sister of the late Mrs. Benjamin Landau, past president of the Miami Beach Women's chapter of B'nai B'rith. was at his side. Participating in the traditional B'nai B'rith services at the Beach Jewish Center were Lou Heiman, first vice president of the Fifth District; Walter C. Kovner, president of the Miami Beach chapter; Sam Silver, president of Sholem lodge of Miami; Harold Turk, past president of Sholem lodge; Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Mr. Monsky leaves a son, Hubert, who served as a major in the American air forces in World War II; two daughters, Mrs. Paul Grossman of Omaha and Mrs. Barbara Turner of San Francisco, his 99-year-old mother, Mrs. Abraham Monsky, and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lloyd Malashock, both of Omaha, in addition to his wife. Mr. Monsky had recently been appointed chairman of United States Attorney General Tom Clark's Juvenile Delinquency Board by President Truman. He also was counsel to Father Flanagan's "Boys Town" in Nebraska. Born in Omaha, Mr. Monsky attended Creighton University, HENRY MONSKY graduating in 1912 with a degree of LL.B. cum laude. He received an honorary degree of D.H.L. from Dropsie College, Philadelphia, in 1942. Admitted to the Nebraska bar in 1912, he became a member of the firm of Monsky, Grodinsky, Marer & Cohen of Omaha. He was elected president of the Omaha lodge of B'nai B'rith in the same year. In 1921 he was named president of District Grand lodge No. 21. Two years later he became a member of the executive committee of the Supreme lodge of the organization, a position in which he served until 1938. He had been president of the Supreme lodge since that time. In 1921, Mr. Monsky was a founder of the Omaha Community Chest and Welfare Federation, serving originally as vice president. In 1929 he was named its president. Mr. Monsky was keenly interested in the Boy Scout movement. He was a member of the National Jewish Committee on Scouting and the National Advisory Council on Girl Scouts. He was president of the Omaha Council of the Boy Scouts of America in 1927. He also was active in many other welfare, philanthropic and civic groups, culminating in his appointment in 1945 as an adviser to the United States delegation to (Continued on page 4)



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i>AGE SIXTEEN +Jel*tncrk#*n FRIDAY. MAY 9, • Mother By LUCY STOUTS We are lost!—and through you, fair Esther, we shall be found. Your potent power for good is li-nitless because you shall replenish our depleted handful of people. They have fed us bitter bread through endless time, but there is hope in you, fair daughter of ancient kings; in your white arms lies the secret of our heritage. We have roamed over the face of the earth, never took root and never had a home, but we have always had the shelter of your soft arms and of your flowing breast. Teach then our young. oh, fair Rachael. our ancient tongue of courage; give them back the faith of your noble race. You are the daughter of a race whose rich blood flows with the sap of love; your patience is like the everlasting flow of the River Nile. Remember, oh, fair daughter, the cry of those who died when the books were burned; those patient innocents whose only crime against our living world was the practice of the wise commandments, our Mosaic laws. Remember, oh, fair Esther, not to let our young stray from your fathers' text. Let them not become imitations in an alien world which does not seek to know us yet judges us unkindly. Oh, fair Leah, teach them at your breast and at your cradle not to stray from their father's house, his Sabbath peace and from the leafy abundance of his yards. Oh, yes! our path is ewn with thorn and brier, but your sweet red mouth is filled with hallowed fare and your ears are tuned to our ancient tribal voice. Remember the, oh, fair daughter of Israel and guide the footballs of our young. You are the princess of an ancient faith, of the simple rules for good. Oh, fair Leah, teach them at • %  ur breast to see the light; open your own eyes, oh, fair and comely Rebecca, see into the past; look to the east where the Star of David is etched upon the rock of agi a Teach those young at your knee the gentle ways of Israel for your people have an avid love for peace. Be you now again the mason, oh, fair Leah, even as your mother had been in ancient times. Build your house of faith lath upon lath and brick upon brick with the sap of your good Jewish heart, and sing your mch< --song. Give them back an old faith -'-.'. goodness. Yes, praise our jnd. and remember the land of your origin. Tell them the endIcss wonders of those lands and show tnem what good could be d,ne with the simple faith in God. Teach your young, oh. fair Esi er, not to hide their face to our Jewish heritage. Show them by ,ur womanly deeds a humility of spirit that walks with God—and let your voice be gentle and full of wisdom. Set a fair example of the truth—you must!— oh, fair daughter of our proud and ancient race. Increase your fruitfulness now. Replenish those innocents who have perished by the wild and KS 5>r AUGUST BROS ** £ I : the at St 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 Olympi. Bldg. Phoa* 8-0322 flaming arrows in a flaming world. You must bring forth more bright and joyous youth or we are lost!—sit now with empty arms for your tasks are many.: Cover not your dark head to mourn our loss but flower again with new and a greater abundance even as the fruit tree bears with fuller abundance when the storm is passed. Ah. yes. you. fair and lovely daughter of Israel are the flame of Sabbath candle light; you are the song that trembles on the hearth; the tear at the lonely: grave; the hope of your proud and ancient race, the living symbol j of the Jew and endless time. TRULY NOLEN. 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LAY, MAY 91947 |Gold 15-Point Program Bids for Council Seat %  \ l5 .point program was listed i. Sam Gold, business broker, ELn he announced his candidacy Ifar the Miami Beach council in f llertion of June 3. Gold is fc £S of the Miami Beach iTcnants' league. His platform stresses low-cost nls r _:_. .,,.1 Knna firlo %  veteran housing and bona fide M ,.round residents for Miami Ifrach For his work in finding IbniKinp for servicemen during the Km "s stay here he was comImended by Brig. Gen. Walker T. Ej Christian and Maj. Robart. Other planks in Gold's platform %  include more police coverage in I evidential sections, more public caches, more traffic lights in %  residential sections, better lightt r svstem in residential streets, Auction of exhorbitant memL*ip foes nd dai 'y greens fees at all public golf courses and public recreational facilities [[•here fees are required. A separate county for Miami ffieach. unified leadership to L m bat Dade county consolidation, a "theater under the moon" %  or additional winter entertainment, united stand for lower L u ntv taxes and equalization of [ssessments as relates to Miami Jeaeh, a Miami Beach bowl seating 50.000 persons, more playgrounds and recreational centers, t separate post office for Miami Beach and removal of all storage tanks. Having served as co-chairman LjU, Mayor Herbert Frink in the leant March of Dimes campaign. Cold was instrumental in the fecord-breaking raising of $110.JO. He is a member of the Elks lodge. Anglers club, B'nai B'rith, P'MHA. Civic league, the National Conference of Christians Lid Jews. Chamber of Commerce Ind many others. Information Wanted Information is being sought of Ihe whereabouts of HARRY BEHRMAN who is not contributing toward the support of his Jninor child. The latter is currently being cared for by her mother, "hey reside in the Bronx, New fork. Mr. Behrman has neglected osend funds or her support since December, 1946. Harry Behrman kas born in Russia in 1902, is of port stature, weighed about 140 lounds, has brown hair, wavy. Irown eyes, is a tailor of men's lothing. He was last known to |ave resided in Florida. Anyone rare of this man's location is quested to communicate with National Desertion Bureau, West 47th Street, New York PHILLIPS w 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" Candidacy of Ralph Pole Listed for Council Post Ralph C. Pole, widely known Miami Beach civic leader, today announced his candidacy for reelection in the Miami Beach city council race on June 3. Elected four years ago for a louble term with 63 per cent of all votes cast, Pole was part of 1 the city administration which continued Miami Beach's record of being one of the most efficiently operated municipalities in the nation. Low interest rates on bonds, annual balanced budgets and prompt tax collection were continued by the present city council, of which Pole is vice chaiPAGE ELEVEN CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEE SESSIONS ON JWB SURVEY REPORT These nationally known leaders of the National Jewish Welfare board will preside over the five committees into which all delegates to JWB's annual convention, meeting in Pittsburgh, Saturday evening. May 10. to Monday. May 12. will be grouped for discussion of the findings and recommendations of the report of th 3 JWB Survey Commission, which will be made public at the annual meeting. Each committes will deal with one of the broad areas of the report. (Left to right) Irvin Stalmaster. Los Angeles, prasident Western States section of JWB. who will preside over committee on Purpose of JWB and the Jewish Community Center; Mrs. Samm!i> G10gOWer De,roit IWB vice President, who will chair the committee on Relationship of JWB to Its Regional Sections and to the Jewish Community Centers; Michael A. Stavitsky, Newark, member of JWB's executive committee, who will head the committee on Relationship of JWB to Synagogues, Jewish Schools, Jew.sh National Organizations and Their Youth Groups, and the Community as a Whole; Dr. Solomon Grayzel. Philadelphia, president of the JWB-sponsored Jewish Book Council, who will chair the committee on Activities Nationally conducted by JWB, such as the Jewish Book Council, Jewish Music Council and Jewish Center Lecture Bureau, and Charles Aaron, Chicago, associate chairman of the JWB Army & Navy Region III, who will preside over the committee on JWB in Relation to Army and Navy Activities. man or vice mayor, to insure Miami Beach's sound financial structure. A comprehensive municipal improvement program and an enviable war record of training economically United States Army air forces personnel, also brought recognition to Pole and his associates in city council. During the 23 years Pole has been a resident of Miami Beach, his popularity has increased among the voters, a large percentage of whom he knows by their first names. As Miami Beach municipal judge in 1930 and later as justice if the peace for 12 years, he was known for his tolerance, justice ind fair play in trying more than 1.000 cases. Many soldiers, who were stationed in Miami Beach, remember him for his assistance without compensation in helping to solve their insurance, wills, allotments and tax problems. He served as a member of the Miami Beach zoning commission from its inception on Sept. 4, 1929, until June. 1943. when he resigned to become a city councilman for four years. During World War I, he enlisted in 1917 and was discharged in 1919 from the 4th infantry company, central machinegun officers' training school. During World War II he was awarded a citation for his services in selective service registration at Miami Beach. His only campaign manager, he said, is his wife with whom he resides in their own home at 1537 Washington ave. He is is a member of the Miami Beach Community church and Men's club, American Legion, Masonic lodge. Shrine, Elks. Kiwanis club. Odd Fellows and Artisans of America. Hadassah Closes Season With Election Meeting Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah has scheduled its last regular meeting of the year for May 12. 1:30 p.m., at the Cadillac Hotel. Officers for the next season will be elected. The program for the afternoon will be dedicated to Mother's day, with Mrs. Max Meisel, Trees chairman, presenting the address. Miss Sylvia Levine, soprano, accompanied by Charlotte Davis, will provide the musical portion. Installation luncheon for Hadassah is set for Wednesday, May 28, 12:30 p.m., at the Cadillac hotel. Reservations are being taken by chairmen: Mrs. Milton Wolf, 5-0711; Mrs. Leo Chaikin. 5-0453, and Mrs. Harry Platoff. 5-0163. Pioneer Women's Group No. 1 will sponsor a literary and musical program at their party at Belh David auditorium May 20. At that time awards for the donor dinner will be distributed. Outgoing PTA President Installs New Officers Mrs. Irving J. 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Families Pay Tribute To Led Home Mothers ,h,A d;>v. Sunday, May 11, [fTllS O—fc^ the Ham" tor the Aged, when H&Sto the mothers residnl the Home, their relatives h, friends, the officers and dii s "ne auxiliaries, and the Jnerai membership will join in ISrating another mflerton. to K life of the aged mothers for |Som the Home provides comfort land securityIV Miami and the Miami lunch auxiliaries are arranging la interesting program of entertainment in honor of the occasion. Ifhcv have declared open house Ion Mother's day and join with EL officers and directors of the %  Home in extending a cordial invitation to the public to visit with [the residents between the hours Lf 2 and 5 in the afternoon, and Participate in the festivities. They lake advantage of this opportunity to call attention to the proposal launched by Dr Morris Goodman, which appeared in a •cent issue uf the Miami Daily Ann, "that the public buy a fcft for a mother in an old-age lome for Mother's day." [Hostesses for the occasion are Mrs. Alex Sehuman, in honor of Be approaching marriage of her laughter, Helene, to Mr. Gerald jenberg. on June 15, and Mr. md Mrs. Benjamin Appel, in • of the engagement of their laughter, Civie, to Mr. Earl %  ertnoy. *Jenisti thrkfian PAGE NINE nxd B'rith Women To Sold May Day Program I Miami and Miami Beach Womt's chapter of B'nai B'rith is lonsoring a May Day program ay, May 18. 7 p.m., at the (ear school. The affair will be %  esented for all B'nai B'rith Iris in Greater Miami. [Highlight of the evening will be le giving of awards to the chapIr with the most accomplishments of the year and the outpnding girl in each group. The "Over 21" Social club of le Miami Beach YM&WHA Mies all young men and wmen over 21 years of age to pin lheir organization. Meetm are held every Wednesday evening. 8:30 p.m., at the liami Beach Young Men's He%  ew Association. 1 Lincoln rd. he dues are $3.00 per year. fhich provides free admission 1 all Saturday night dances at Beach YMHA. Roberta ehen is president of the "Over club. vUGVJST BROS ftw: If'thc BEST! WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1924 -"** Be Sui. in HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "M^ Product." Dtcro p T ote^d ft. 2-2621 l^ter Miami Delivery a Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. UNITED NATIONS: The proceedings at the present session of the United Nations demonstrates again how ;i small minority can sometimes dominate a huge majority The five Arab countries, during the first week of the session, spoke more often than all the other fifty member states together Stenographic records show that more than sixty per cent of all the time consumed in speeches was taken up by the Arabs There were sessions which made many observers think that the Arabs were filibustering And scum times the session took on the appearance of an Arab parliament The annoyance displayed openly by Dr. Aranha, president of the Assembly, who first politely and later less politely asked practically all the Arabs to speak more briefly and to the point, did not remedy the situation The Arabs had apparently made up their minds to utilize the United Nations as a vehicle for publicity and propaganda ... In this respect the United Nations is performing a negative rather than a positive function ... By becoming a world platform for the Arabs and at the same time suppressing the voice of the Jews, the United Nations definitely served the Aab cause This despite the fact that it voted down the Arab proposal The truth is that the Arabs never expected their proposal to be accepted They presented it only as an excuse for lengthy debates and monopolization of the tribune for their propaganda pur pose EYES ON DELEGATES: Although the delegates of the United States and the USSR spoke very little, they provoked the greatest interest ... It was felt that the United States to a very great extent holds the key to the present session, and the interest aroused by the SSR was due to the fact that the official Soviet attitude on Palestine has not been heard since the USSR became a great power • There was not much in the statement of the U. S. delegate at the steering committee' to satisfy the Jews • The feeling prevailed that if the State Department wanted to, :i way could have been found to grant the Jewish Agency's request for representation at the Assi mbly without a vote This feeling may have had no legal justification, but it existed never8S And the American delegation was highly embarrassed because of it American officials were trying their best, especially in the press lobby, to change this feeling This embarrassment led to the U. S. delegation's later change Of attitude —insisting thai the Jewish Agency be head by the Political Committee Incidentally, some of the important members of the American delegation believe that Zionist lobbying in Washington was partially responsible for Britain's failure to act on the recommendations of the AngloAmerican Inquiry Committee on Palestine They indicate that the reason that the United Statewas mute on the section of the committee's report recommending that Palestine be neither a Jewish nor an Arab state was due to strong Zionist influence And they claim that had this part of the report been accepted by Washington, Britain would havehad a hard time refusing to carry out all the recommendations, including the one advocating the immediate admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine UN SIDELIGHTS: Old-timers who attended the sessions of the League of Nations could not help comparing the atmosphere which prevailed there on the occasions when the Palestine question was discussed with the atmosphere which prevailed the lobbies Here the Arabs at Flushing Meadows ... In Geneva, at the League sessions, hardly an Arab was seen, even in are I very where and have become the center of attraction ... In Geneva it was taken for granted thai Jewish immigration to Palesstine was part and parcel of the Palestine Mandate Here, one heard s peeches from the UN rostrum ridiculing the Mandate as an -'illegal" document and speaking of Jewish immigration as "Jewish invasion," without even being called to order by the chairman ... In Geneva the protagonists of the Arabs were rather cautious when they spoke Here the delegate from India, boasting of his friendship with the Arab delegates, was aggressive and even lectured the chair on rules of procedure Incidentally, he apparently did not realize how active thousands and thousands of Jews in the United States are in supporting India's fight for independence And it was he who hammered on the point that only Jews rom Palestine be entitled to talk on Palestine, thus sniping at the Jewish Agency Obituaries FELDMAN Services for Mrs. Tessy FVlrtman, 70. were romim-tcii l>y Rabbis Murray Qrauer and Simon April at the (".union Funeral Chapel. A former resident i>r M80 K. W. I9tti st., .she is survived by her husband, Adoiph IVIclnian: two sons. IncluclInK Lester Feldman of Miami, and three daughters. BUBLITZ Maxwell E. BublltS, 51, of 174ft Meridian ave., dleii Sunday in n hospital. He leaves his wife, Mrs. AilelIn-ltl Rulilitz; a son, Ernest, and a daughter, Maxine. all of Miami Beach; and three brothers and a sister. The iMidy was sent to I'nloii City, N. J. FERDA l.i-o l-'enln. US. of SI N. I-:. 47th St., died late Saturday. He came here six months UKO and is survived by two brothers and three sisters. Bervii i's were conducted by Rabbi Colman Zwitman. Fast Dependable EXPRESS Also STORAGE DIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 2-7339 1468 S. W. 6th Street Emanon Club Schedules People Are Funny' Show A "People Are Funny" program will follow the regular meeting of the Emanon club Wednesday, 8:15 p.m.. May 14, at the Miami Young Men's Hebrew Association. Members and their friends are invited to attend and participate in the entertainment, it was announced by Victor Rutansky, program chairman. Ed Moore, professional radio announcer and board member of the Emanon club, will be master of ceremonies. Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jeif>tfkridtor ""DAY. MAY Your Memory Should Invite Precautions 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 k he majority recover without crippling. Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memo;/ of the sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this adve;ri:em £ nt io &:i •/? %  'allowing the precautionary rules set out above! !'1 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 Or. 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, Fla. 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. Fla. 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 NATT 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. Fla. VICTOR'S Coral Way and 36th St Coral Gables, Fla. ROBERTS HOTEL 28 W. Flagler St. Miami. Fla. BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. 1st St. MiamL Fla. ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE 301 N. W. 9th Ave. Miami. Ha. NEWTON'S UPHOLSTERING 1326 W. Flagler St. MiamL Fla. 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 BeacA. GROVELAND PRODUCTS 600 N. W. 10th St. M ianu 1 LIBERTY SQUARE HOUSING 6306 N. W. 14th Ave. W


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PAGE TEN 9-Jenistiflcridter y • Installation Highlights Mother's Day Lawn Party The installation of newly elected officers of the Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Women will highlight the "Mother's Day Lawn Party" next Sunday afternoon. May 11, from 2 to 4, at the home of Mrs. Robert E. Miller. 2945 S. W. 27th ter. A rotating chairman, elected by the executive board, will preside over monthly meetings and functions during the following year. Mrs. I. Rosengarten. who was senior advisor to the chapter in their first year in 1945. will install the new staff of officers who are as follows: Mrs. William Berson. first vice president; Mrs. David Washer, second vice president: Mis. Sam Siegel. recording secretarv; Mrs M. Copenhagen, corresponding secretary: Mis. Jerome Stern, local corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. Sootin. treasurer: Mrs Stevan Simon, financial secretary, and Mrs. Harry Faber. Mrs. A. 'Weiss. Mrs. Sol Braun. Mrs. E. Eichenbaum. Mrs. Jack Muravchick. Mrs I Meltzer. and Mrs. Theo. Abel, board members at large Mothers of Kadimah members will be honored at this party with awatds of certificates for trees planted in their honor in Palestine. Mrs. Miller is in charge of arrangements and she will be assisted by Mrs. Max Shapiro, program: Mrs. Fred Sandier, certificate awards, and Mrs. Kurt Ledc-rer, refreshments. Businessmen Urged To Support Miami Airport •in communities throughout the country, public officials and business men to attract • n lie of the most promising industries in establishing year-around payrolls and promoting substantial community and busini devel pment," declared J. H. Shinn. president of the Greater Miami Airport Association, who is n ng the support and cooperation of Greater Miami business men for the purpose of putting the Miami All-American Air Maneuvers under a responsible full-time management. "With the cooperation of our business men and communities we can and will develop an aviation program having far reaching effect in the development of our year-around payroll, which effects every business, hotel, apartment house and homeowner." Read the Message on Page 12 (My column this week il being devoted to a report on a survey of anti-Semitism in this country *it has just been prepared by the National Office of the League.) ... FACE FACTS ... By GEORGE J. TAL1ASOFF Florida Reg.onal D-cctor. A ;,-DcUnnat,on League %  res While these groups seem : ttrad •' substantial following, they continue their | ts and hate-filled | im. Their greatest Domestic rabble roll %loc k m the year 194b their "hate" organizations. ,; ., inform ed public opinion underground during the war. re, .. expre8se d its opposition to emerged "bold and articul. t ) le press, radio ever" during 1946. but their in|[]d pulp t As a reS ult, hatefluence on public thinkins failed tl ma k e real headbeen limited, accordim I vey of anti-Semitism in the UnitOrganized bigotry is sup-' ed States completed by the Ant: m under s tl uc ure of Defamation League of Bnai £ 47 regular propaganda B'nth. pu) | ution to a la "Anti-Semitic activities during Vll ] umi „f „-.. us antithe year were offset by si nets, pamphlets positive action on the p >nal bigot : informed American public' .,. p;u t. upon the Supreme Court Justici use of his abilSteinbrink and Richard E. Gut,, v ,,, ma i< e U se of spe ial mailstadt. national chairman and di.;,• allowed rector, respectively, of • DV th e United in making results of th p 0S f Office Department public. "It is heart %  •.• ,, un-American propa-j that Americans have be .. ,11,, wed to go ingly aware of the d inj ;., iu i_-. s mails, it should inherent in croup prejudice. Th. ,,.,. {1 special postal aren't being misled too easily. ti As it is th,American tax"Viewing the entire picture, it payer is. in effect, partially uncan be fairly stated that organderwril cost of this ac-; ized fascist movements, stres I racial and religious hatred, hav< -y Any analysis if the antishown no marked strength since Semitic scene for 1946 would be V-Jd: plete without reference to a comeback I growth of subtle forms of little. Others, api tism which were manifirst time, were exposed and f( u d ;„ s ,, ( j; ,], economic and smashed." (crimination. TenThe survey, detailed in a c ".-. >n increased in urban centers prehensive report published by where the housing problem upset the league, was conducted by t!.. tablished neighborhood patorganization's representatives on terns; create:difficulties were a nation-wide basis. Several nunexperienced by minority groups dred cities and rural cent e in ibtaining equal consideration surveyed, chiefly through th, for employment opportunity; releague's \i regional offices which sorts and hotels sought new deappraise the activities of subvices to avoid restrictive legislaversive elements and providi ti n, and to conceal a growing imination; increased college enrollments accentuated the degree of discrimination :••. c illeges and universities. Finally, th.' practice of exclusion in mitant program of di tion I them. Arnold Forster, head of the lealegal division, directed the survi An examination of report ed to have split i from .... ti : the v %  :n; civic, business and ponation led to the following con'i'-nal circles, disclosing the patelusions in the survey: "1 A section of the populal continues to be infected with prejudice against religious and 1 minori 1 "2. A large number of p. sionally a'nti-Semitic and otherwise un-American organizations, although negligible in p:and influence, continue unab While these forces of I,.. | pear to have no nation-wi i ganization or leading personality in command, tl dence of close and tii cooperation among the v u 11 r a-nationalist organizations and their leaders. "3. These agencies, designed to troy democracy and I the Jewish and other min 1 in America, are distinguishable from their pn -war pn only by their new propaganda WILL RENT Part of my Southwest Home to Congenial Couple. For Appointment Write MR. E. F. Care of The Jewish Floridian P. O. Box 2973. Mi.imi 18 tern of Amei ican community life." Reviewing the activities of hate groups and individual bigots who barnstormed through the nation, the report "With 10.000.000 veterans to lyte, subversive propagande using many methods to plish their ends. All the tl icks of deception known to the rabble-rousing demagogue are being employed. Vilification. :i of character, even rism are not unknown to them. "The one anti-Semitic organiAn Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes COMPLETE STERILIZATION BAY-BEE DIE-DEE SUPPLY LAUNDRY 2111 N. W. 10th Avenue Phone 9-5593 EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS FRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. $32.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS, COMPLETE STOCK Jinkins Helpy Selfy Laundry and Dry Cleaning Wash Your Own Clothes In Our Modern Maytag Washers. Use Thai Soit City Water for a Whiter Wash WE SELL SOAP, BLEACH and STARCH 2219 N. W. 28th Street Telephone 2-7082 CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE I Plus Bottle Depont PHONE 2-4128 85c 75e zation which most nearly approached national scope and importance is the Ku Klux Klan. The early months of 1946 were marked by a strong resurgence of open Ku Klux Klan activity throughout the country. While most of these developments centered in the South, there were cross-burnings. Klan Konklaves, and defacement of buildings elsewhere in the nation. "On a somewhat higher level, intellectually and socially, such groups as Merwin K. Hart's National Economic Council and Joseph P. Kamp's Constitutional Educational League maintained full operation. These groups, which rarely hold meetings, devoted themselves mainly to pamphleteering and fund raising. They are the bellwethers of the hate flock, giving the latest party-line' in propaganda to the more strident. anti-Semitic rabble-press. Their intellectual stature, their acceptance by 'the best people." and their potential for raising hugs sums, constitute serious threats." The nationwide study also revealed that Canadian antiSemites such as Norman Jaques. anti-Jewish member of the Canadian Parliament and "darling of Gerald Smith meetings" and Adrien Arcand, feuhrer of Canada's Unity party who was interned during the war, had many tics with nationalistic leaders and publications in the United States and were frequently quoted by them. During 1946, according to the report, there was a "resurgence of anonymous anti-Semitic literature, signed either with fictitious names of individuals or non-existent organizations such as "World League of Liberal Jews," "The American Anti-Defamation League," "Gentile League of the U.S.A.," and the "International Science Committee." Samples of this anonymous propaganda mailed from many places in the nation were often traced to a single individual or small organization. The report found that antiJewish literature sent from abroad showed "a marked increase in 1946." Propaganda was received from Falangists in Mexico, the Arab League in Cairo, Edward Herr En^ Race For Beach Council Seat Edward Herr. who recentlve,., tered the race for a seat in Z\ Miami Beach city counc,,*' advocate low-cost housing, eoj. i Z ation of taxes, a youth ce J and enforcement of municj zoning laws. "Housing f or !" \ manent Miami Beach res,d e J at prices they can afford is pJ haps our greatest single need J day," declared Herr. Having come here 12 years ago. I Herr was engaged in' the dry! cleaning business until recently! when he sold out and opened iI dress shop. He formerly lived ill Germantown, Pa., and graduawl from Germantnwn High school/ I An avid tennis plaver, he il promoting the growth of thegamel on the Beaeh. He has also bea] active in the Red Cross. from Arnold Lesse in England and I Einar Aberg in Sweden. The lat-l ter's material was reprinted and I distributed by W. Henry Maol Farland, and Mrs. Catherine! Brown, American anti-Semites. Among signs of encouragementI noted in the report are the l&.\ lowing: "Upton Close is no longer hearll over the Mutual Broadcastinfl System and its 67 outlets, anil Homer Maertz' Pioneer Newil Service ceased to exist due to the) publisher's 'ill health'; Oklahonal refused a charter to a white so-l premacy group, the White Circle;! Indiana passed a law making race] hatred illegal; and most gratify-l ing was the recent appointment! by President Truman of a Con>| mission on Civil Rights. "The battle is not yet won though there is reason to fell e>| couraged." concludes the report! FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Talc* Bui lo Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 A. F. 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%  Wfe"*fe r : PAGE TWO years, attended schools in Baltimore and Miami. Friday night there will be open house at the home of Miss Pardo and all her friends are welcomed to come. No date for the wedding has been set. Confirmants of Temple Israel, accompanied by Iheir parents, will hold a picnic Sunday at 2 p.m. at Rock Shelter in Greynolds park. The young people have arranged a program of games in which the adults may participate with their children. %  M and Mrs, Charles Wall, 5216 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach. A graduate of the Lear school and Miami Beach High school. Miss Appel taught nursery classes at Miami Beach Jewish Center. She is a member of Kappa Phi sorority and corresponding secretary for American Jewish Congress Youth group. Her parents have been extremely active in the Jewish Home for the Aged. Her fiance is a graduate of Baltimore City College where he was president of Upsilon Lambda Phi fraternity. He attended Johns Hopkins and the University of Baltimore. He is now affiliated with a Beach men's shop. REGISTER NOW! Don't overlook your greatest privilege—the right to vote! dent and chairman of tj, of the Miami Y. ^ hjldin New York the latter i^ of June. babij Parade Marilyn Ronni, daughter 1 1 Eleanor and Milton Parker Z\ born April 27 G,^ ward, son of Mr. and Mrs £ man Cantor, arrived April 181 ...Freddie son of Mr. and Mrt Freddie Gold, April 9 Qtm Frederick, son of Mr. and Ma Marry Kroniewitz, April 25 Mark, son of Mr. and M Allan Benjamin, was bom Apr] 10 Jimmy Allison, son tf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Solomon April 15 William GeraJ son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseoli I Price MissGewertz.Mr.HymanI Will Be Married June Geraldine Gewertz and Leon-I ard Hyman have chosen June 1 as the date for their marriajtl Their engagement was announced! by the parents of the bride-to-be,! Mr. and Mrs. Archie GewernJ 625 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The ceremony will take pixel at the home of Rabbi Max Shi-1 piro and the couple will mabl their home at 1632 Meridian an,| Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hy-I man, 1531 S. W. Sixth It, Kr.F Hyman spent two and one hail years in the Army Air Forcttl Both he and his bride are grad-l uates of Miami Beach high schooLl New Radio Show Debut A new program. ''Yiddiskl Classical Hour." will have its de-l but Sunday, June 1, over Stationl WINZ from 12:00 to 1:00 p. n| The show will be arranged produced by Morris Nasatir. A New York promoter playwright. Mr. Nasatir has b| a member of the actors union Hi 35 years. He has been a res;da*l of Miami Beach for the pastinl years with a home at 6949 Abbott| ave. SUNRtfWf %  HEUB FOB BEST. COMVUUCOB AND canonic CUU % %  • %  cnb America's finesl cleaning Call 3 6601 MMM! NEIGHBORHOOD STORES EVERYWHERE -; u jo-.cojj rp!ATT\j!i;nCO 5J) I OPEN l*_ £__ / 'OW PLAYINcf 145 I KAGiU SI H '"Jfijtuu OPEN 10 4o %  11:46 SUNDAY REGISTER NOW! Don't overlook your greatest privilege—the right to vote! John P. Marquand' Pulitzer Prize PWRONALD COLEMAN PEGGY CUMMINS SEE "THE LATE GEORGE APLEY" SS3



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rpmA ^MAY 9, 1947 j^erican Troops Halt pp's At German Border MUNICH (JTA).-Three hundred displaced Jews who were algedlv attempting to cross from Xmany into Austria on the first w of a journey to Palestine were opped by American constabuSTtroopers at Berchtesgaden c miles from the frontier and turned to the Pu.tpold transient center, near here. The group, the members of which are still being questioned hv the army, appeared disheartened They are sticking to their rfory that they lost their waj L ,,,. seeking a DP center near ierchtesgaden. A military source ,old the JTA that it was unlikely ,hat disciplinary action would be taken ana m.-a the DP's, since they W( ,, l stopped five miles inside the German frontier and technically had violated no regulations. They will probably be kept at Puitpold for a few days and then returr.ed to the camps from which they came. The military authorities, however take ;, more serious view 0{ where the DP's obtained the seven trucks in which they were traveling. Five bore UNRRA markings, including several allegedly %  dunging to the Jewish agency. The investigation of their origin is Still continuing. 'ki*>* Ikridton PAGE FIFTEEN DEBBS Mother-Daughter Tea At Hillel House Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables was the setting for the annual MotherDaughter Tea this past Wednesday night, which DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, gave to acquaint their mothers with the organization's work. Beverly Koch and Roslyn Morris were co-chairmen for the event. The committee included: Invitations, Trudi and Paula Lach; program, Dolly Fishbein Roslyn Morris and Beverly Koch refreshments, Charlotte Sandier decorations. Roslyn Morris, and publicity, Beverly Koch. Special guests were Miss Gertrude Carnovsky. director. District 5; Mrs. A Michaels, and advisors, Mrs. Marx Feinberg and Mrs. Frank Rose. Judaism Council Calls Community Meeting South Florida chapter of the American Council for Judaism has invited members of the Miami Jewish community to attend a dinner meeting Wednesday, May 14. 7 p.m., at the Robert Hunter hotel, 3301 Collins ave.. Miami Beach. The purpose of the event is to allow members to become better acquainted with each other and the activities of the chapter. Tickets at $3.50 per person are being sold at the local offices, 608 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. SHOLEM LODGE COMMITTEE HEADS Pictured above are members of the Sholem lodge P'nai B'rith convention committee, who are completing plans for a pre-convention dance \z be held June 1 at the Frolics club. The fourday conclave will be held June 7-10 at Miami B3ach. Seated (left to right) are Al Pallot, convention co-chairman and chairman for the dance, and Sam Silver, president. Standing (left to right) are Marx Feinberg, finance committes. John Kronenfeld, banquet and special affairs; Sidney Aronovitz, transportation; Ray Redman, convention publicity; Milton A. Friedman, hospitality; Harry Schwartz, women's lodges; Jerome Freehling, registration, and Charles R. Jacobson, Sholem lodge executive director. Burbridge Will Try For Sixth Beach Council Term If William (Bill) Burbridge is re-elected to the Miami Beach city council on June 3, it will mark the sixth time he held this office. His bid for re-election was filed with the city clerk last week. At the end of the present term he will have served 12 and one-fialf years. Known as one of the largest individual property owners on the Beach, Burbridge entered public life in Dade county when he came here 24 years ago, building the first stores on Washington ave. and Lincoln rd. Prior to that time, he was a Duval county commissioner in Jacksonville. When he first was elected to the council he took a lead in reorganizing the city's finances and has been a leader in the development and improvement programs of the city since 1932. Burbridge has been a council member during the years in which more than 65 per cent of all city improvements have been made. A widower, ho has a son. William, who served in the Pacific theatre in World War II. His brother, Farber. is also a Miami Beach resident. 1 Youth League Resumes Sunday Night Dances The Young People's League of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will resume their Sunday night dances beginning May 11 at 8:30 p.m. Dancing will be provided by records, and refreshments appropriate to the occasion will be served by the league members. Also, an all-game night has been planned for all who attend the dance. The committee for the dance and games includes: Program committee. Selma Lewis and Marty Goldberg: refreshments. Joyce Litchenstein and Frank Zieve; records, Shirley Pardo: door committee, Sol Pascul and Bernice Zacoloff; publicity, Shirley Pardo. REGISTER NOW! Don't overlook your greatest privilege—the right to vote! HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Annual Reports Read At Beach YM&WHA Election Reports of the president and executive director will be heard at the election meeting of the Miami Beach YM&WHA tomorrow evening at 8 p. m. Following the session, an outdoor cabaret dance will take place. Transcriptions made at the dedication ceremonies Sunday will be played. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 iM"! TvjGUST BROS Rvi f ... 1 1 i <. t CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W.FLAGLERST. Phone 9-6441 FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. 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PAGE FOUR pjeHisitfMggn TODAY. MAV %  t Editorial HENRY MONSKY Henry Monsky has passed to his eternal rest. His untimely passing was a surprising shock. He passed away just as he lived—in the forefront of the struggle of the Jewish people for right, justice and Zion. His name will remain forever in the annals of American Jewry. The work to which he devoted his life will continue. • • • Henry Monsky died at a moment when his sure hands were guiding the instrument he had done so much to create. He was stricken while presiding at a meeting of the Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference. Jewish leaders from all parts of the country had assembled at the Hotel Biltmore in New York on that fateful Friday. May 2, to discuss actions by American Jewry as the United Nations were debating the Palestine issue, and to approve the plan for the future organization of the American Jewish Conference. With calmness, yet with passion, in measured, forceful words, Henry Monsky spoke of what lay nearest to his heartthe building of a permanent, democratic American Jewish body capable of carrying on the united struggle for justice for the Jewish people. He spoke for the adoption of the plan presented by the Committee on Future Organization, headed by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath. The man who had steered the Conference through the shoals of dissension during the four years of its existence, spoke with his last living breath for an attainable ideal. Then, turning to Louis Lipsky. chairman of the Executive Committee, who sat at his side, Henry Monsky asked him to take over the meeting. At 6:15 that evening, he died. __ Henry Monsky left a testament to American Jewry. His plea for Jewish unity, and against a return to chaos, was his message at the end. In fulfilling this testament, American Jewry will be erecting an indestructible and living memorial to a man who laid down his life in the service of his people. On May 3, Louis Lipsky, on behalf of the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Conference, issued the following statement: "Henry Monsky was stricken while engaged in a discussion of the Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference, acting as its chairman. The last words he spoke were a plea for Jewish unity and for the success of the Jewish cause in the United Nations. As President of B'nai B'rith, the largest democratic Jewish organization in the United States, Mr. Monsky was the initiator of the preliminary conferences out of which was born the American Jewish Conference, representing the largest union of Jews ever organized by the American Jewish community. He has been its leader ever since. "He was a man dedicated to moderation, fair dealing and the democratic way of life, not only in American affairs but in Jewish life as well. His influence was always on the side of the highest interests of his people, for which he sacrificed his time and means all his life. He brought with him to the support of the causes in which he was interested the strength and influence of B'nai B'rith, which owes a great deal to his unselfish devotion as its leader for a decade. "The whole American Jewish community mourns his untimely death." It would be the wish of Henry Monsky that no time be lost in th struggle of our people to attain their objective—a demo erotic American Jewish body capable of achieving justice for the Jewish people. It is with his wishes in mind that members of our community have suggested the name of Dr. Abram L. Sachar to assume the leadership of this noble work. Time and again the late Henry Monsky paid tribute to Sachar's initiative and leadership. More and more responsibility was placed upon him by Monsky who by so doing, acknowledged Sachar's capability. To fill the footsteps of the man who has gone from our midst will be a difficult task. We are confident that Sachar, if so honored, would ably emulate his predecessor. HENRY MONSKY. B'NAI B'RITH HEAD, DIES (Continued from page t) the United Nations at San Francisco. He also testified before the Anglo-American Committee on Palestine in Washington last year. He pleaded for the establishment of a national home for Jewish people in Palestine. On April 26. Mr. Monsky took strong issue with Lessing Rosenwald. who heads the American Council for Judaism, on the issue ,f Palestine, in a telegram to President Truman. The interim committee wire described the .-ouncil as "an insignificant splinter group" and said "elementary justice requires equit,ble representation of Jewish inerests" before the United Nations session. The council had .pposcd any move to make the Jewish Agency for Palestine a %  ion-voting representative at the isscmbly. Among the organizations in which Mr. Monsky had played a part were the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, the national council of the American Friends of the Hebrew University in Palestine, the United Palestine Appeal, of which he was honorary chairman, and the American Jewish Assembly. >f which he was convenor. He was editor of the National Jewish Monthly, a Mason, an Elk. and a member of the Highland Country Club of Omaha. A great gathering of Mr. Monsky's fellow-townsmen of all faiths attended the funeral services jointly conducted by Reform Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld and Orthodox Rabbi Israel Moshowitz of Omaha. Rabbi David Wice of Newark, N. J.. formerly of Omaha, ind Dr. Abram L. Sachar. national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations. Members of the B'nai B'rith National Executive Committee gathered here from all sections of the country to attend the services. The body lay in state at the Jewish Community Center prior to the funeral services at Temple Israel. .TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. MUcify Confidential (Copyright, 14, Savin Arta Faatura 8yndleata) By PHINEA8 J. BIRON *Jewist> FkridKan Published every Friday aince 1927 by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street. Miami 1i, Florida. En'ered as second-class matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March 3, 1879. The Jewish Floridian hat absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Tale. graphic Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service, National Editorial Association, Ameri. can Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. Florida Preaa Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 2 n Year 8 3.00 Two Yeara 8 5.00 FLASH! Is it true that Senator Bilbo has prepared a statement" ing" his anti-Semitism and is seeking to make a deal to end ^^ tion to his resuming his seat on Capitol Hill? "^ POT POURRI Dr. Henry Doubilet, one of the top surgeons in the US a who takes an intelligent interest in communal affairs, is al inventor of surgical instruments Yes, notwithstanding French name, Henry is one of our people Sy Kenan m domo of the American Jewish Conference, is now giving his till time to the political work of the ZOA The A.J.C. will find"! hard to replace him Maurice Samuel's "The Web of Luciferholding its own on the best-seller list Reverend Ben Richardsoal has just finished a tome dealing with the subject of a Negro lookij at Jewish history The Jewish Labor Council will be in th? headlines before long with a bombshell announcement n. Albert Einstein, a violinist who's made a name for himself J physics, attended a lecture the other day on "Expression and SymJ in the Italian Madrigal" The lecturer was a musician win! knows next to nothing about physics Also named Albert Einstein The two Einsteins are old friends. PERSONALIA Now that the areas of disagreement between Rabbi Silver anil Dr. Weizmenn are growing larger every day. it is interesting J remember that it was Weizmann who brought Silver back to ZionJ leadership ... Dr. Albert Einstein (the one who knows somethiaj about physics) is quietly preparing a scientific treatise that wl make plenty of noise in the applause of his colleagues—a follow-J on his theory of relativity The other day Pierre van PassenvJ to be passing on his application said in court: "This country honortj to be passing on hs application said in court: "This country honort itself by adding you to its citizenry." And so it is. "OUR" RACISTS This isn't a nice story We tell it here because we belim that, like the "Black Book" of Nazi atrocities, it drags into the M light a hideous thing which must be seen to be dealt with ... Ina poll taken by "Actor's Cues," New York producers voted 75 perwtl against the Marcus Heiman discrimination policy practiced in Washington's National Theatre The Heiman position is: "tU the admission of Negroes to the National Theatre would be hand to business and distasteful to the clientele." Only two producers supported this doctrine of racism Their "brothers" a] European DP camps will want to know who they are Arth Klein and Bernard S. Straus are the names of "our" racists. BROADWAY GOSSIP Charlie Chaplin is studying the idea of writing, producing art playing in a film dealing with the tragedy of the Jewish refugeeJudy Holliday. of the "Born Yesterday" cast, may accept a Hollywood offer Laura Hobson, author of "Gentleman's Agreement, is looking for a house in Westport, Conn. Which reminds B that Arthur Miller of "Focus" and "All My Sons" fame, has a bitpart in the four-star pic "Boomerang." ... He was writing the Allj My Sons" script at his Connecticut home when the film was location" there, and they shoved him into a police line-up for local color Eddie Cantor's daughter, Marilyn, thinking about a producing venture on B'way Film Star J. EdwardJJrombeij b| written the introduction to the catalogue for Yul. Blumbergsa hibit ... The paintings are at the ACA Gallery in New 1 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street A USEFUL SURVEY The results of a unique survey, as socially daiinq as it is unprecedented, will be revealed when the delegates to the annual meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board assemble in Pittsburgh on May 10th. On this historic occasion, when the eyes of the Jewsh Center movement—and even American Jewry itself—will be fixed on it, there will be disclosed the results of a study, begun in 1945, of the aims,, programs and relationships of the JWB to Jewish Centers, to the armed forces and to the Jewish Community, undertaken at JWB's behest by a Commission composed of 36 scholars, educators and communal leaders. If the findings of the Commission, whose members represent virtually all the major learned professions and every shade of Jewish thought were just another committee report, they would excite little interest in the community at large. But it is scarcely that. Locally the survey should prove informative. We have been confronted for some time with the problem of the Jewish Center movement as carried on by our Ys and its duplication or substitution by Synagogue and Temple programing This group of non-partisan Jewish figures, representing the major national Jewish organizations of America and headed by Prolessor Salo Baron of Columbia University, undertook the unprecedented task of submitting an agency with more than three decades of successful achievement on behalf of Jewish Centers and the armed forces to a probe—using the community as its laboratory. This dramatic and highly scientific survey, VOLUME 20 NUMBER 19 Friday. May 9. 1947 AYAR 19, 5707 Grossman to Attend JSW Conference Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y.M. St Y.W.H.A., and Daniel Rosenthal, activities director, will attend the National Conference of Jewish Social Work in Baltimore, Md., from May 21 to June 4. The conference includes special sessions arranged by the association for the specific benefit of workers in Jewish group activities. carried out with all the integrity, techniques and controls of any good scientific investigation, was entrusted to Dr. Oscar Janowsky, of the College of the City of New York, eminent scholar and authority on Jewish minority rights. Undaunted by a task which might have phased a scholar of lesser stature. Dr. Janowsky and his staff of researchers set out to dissect the aims, character and effectiveness of the JWB Dhilosophy and program with a view to charting JWB's peacetime program of service. Heartened by the nature of the commission's mandate—to probe fearlessly and let the chips fly where they may—Dr. Janowsky and his aids made a sampling of Jewish opinion which, in effect, amounted to a referendum on an organization which has been serving since its inception in 1913. In the course of his study, his staff conducted more than 3,000 interviews with Jewish Center Board members. Center JJ"?{J erB and rank and %  !• members. In addition, it completed 2.450 questionnaires and studies of 297 Jewish Centers—covering 225 communities. The five committees at the Pittsburgh meeting charged with considering the findings will indeed have a historic report to make to the body. Yet their approach to the conclusions will be made easier by the knowledge that the survey was not trammeled by vested interests, and carried on judicially and in a democratic manner by a body whose only concern the public weal. Jewish Groups Split On Anti-Semitic Laws (Continued from Poj fl coordinated the work at*] ernment departments in sertW to abolish violations of %  rights, and also plan an educat*! program to get the need for Pf tection of civil righU over tj*l public. He also urged a M>J anti-lynching bill IJ-Mi state legislation againsd'sc; ination by educational fl*j tions and state law. • J rights, fair employnienU cational practices and outla* restrictive real estate"* Dr. Maslow testified that felt that the aboli^'jL poll tax and guaranteed^for the Negro W* Pjjf f most important item *>£ for civil rights since orj civil rights. Souti Alexander F-Mj^i IT representative of the* Anti-Defamation LeaJ* ed that there are a larg of professional an f groups working nro 8 country, in dose for L He also cited the-^ rective work: m the "fac tag that he feared *' in | political cam ^ race hatred in that v pitch.



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F mDAY. M AY 9, 1947 ^JinisHn-crSdHan PAGE SEVEN ^nti-Discriminatory Signs on Beach Barred Victory climaxed the long camJen for prohibition of discrimiV l Lv signs in public places Sen an ordinance regulating c h signs unanimously passed ,, third and final reading before h e Miami Beach city council Wednesday morning. The measure, which had had two previous readings before the council on April 16, provides for fines up to $500 and imprisonment up to 90 days for any peron w ho displays the words %  restricted," "Gentiles," or "Gentiles only" in connection with any hotel, apartment house or other public place. In a brief statement before the council. George J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation league of B'nai B'rith, hailed the passage of the ordinance as an historic step. "I want to commend the mayor and the city council for their forthright action in eliminating a practice which has long been a blight on the good name and dignity of Miami Beach," Talianoff said. •This is the first ordinance of its type in the country, and already many other communities are contemplating similar legislation. Miami Beach may well be proud of this measure, and of having paved the way," he concluded. The ordinance will become law on June 7. Games Party Scheduled Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation will hold a games party Wednesday, May 14, at Biscayn e Temple, 120 N. W. 15th ave. Mrs. Joseph Schwardron heads the committee of arrangements. She will be assisted by Mesdamis Simon April, Nat Coulion, Morris Ofsowitz and Ed Becker. Plans are being made for a picnic for the children on Sunday, May 18. Sam Kostoff and Ben Efionson are completing the arrangements. FREE TO OUR READERS! The famous 24-year Hcbrew-Eni* hsh Calendar is still yours for th isking. No charge! No restri. lions! But please limit yoursell to one copy, as paper supplies are •till not unlimited. T 24-y*or Hcbrnc.Fn,tl.h Cat"l'>r... a ll liebrne dale,, 1925 to l9 > 9 All Jnrhh holiday, to 1964. For your fre copy, just addresa postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. • Dept J2 PitUburgh, Pa. Pictured above, watching Mayor Herb Frink sign the AntiDiscrurunatory Ordinance are George Talianoff, Regional Director of the Anh-Defamation League, Joel Newman and Harold Turk. LEGAL NOTICES United Nations Grants Jewish Agency Hearing (Continued from Page 1) the provisions of the Palestine mandate by revoking the White Paper and opening the gates of Palestine to Jewish immigration until a final decision on the status of the country is reached. Other members insisted that in the light of the demand for the independence of Palestine voiced by the delegations of the five Arab states at this session, the Agency must also request the establishment of a Jewish state. A final decision will probably be taken when David Ben Gurion, who is expected here shortly from Palestine, arrives. As chair man of the Agency executive, he will be one of the principal members of the Agency delegation at the political committee. Youth Council Leaders B'nai B'rith Youth Council has listed the names of its newlyelected officers. They are: president, Sidney Giossberg, AZA Chapter 322; v i c e president. Richard Wise. Sigma Rho. AZA: recording secretary, Pat Curtice, DBG; corresponding secretary, Florence Feldman. BBYW; and treasurer, Gloria Farkas, BBG. •* Piccadilly Announces New Price PolicyFollowing the national trend to lower prices to insure the country's future, Piccadilly Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge, S. W. Eighth st. at 17th ave., has announced an average 20 per cent reduction in food and bar prices. The operators, in outdoing President Truman's request for a 10 per cent reduction, have stressed the fact that the same i high standard of quality will not be affected. "We are really going to see if Mr. and Mrs. Miami are vitally interested in quality food at sensationally low prices." A complete dinner from cocktails to dessert can be had for SI.60. Popular labels of liquor are available for as low as 40 cents per serving. Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 IN TIII: eiiwiTr COL'RT OK THE KU:VI;\TII JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OADK COCNTY, Kl."l:ll>.\ IN CHANCKRV. .\<. 109098 NOTICE TO APPEAR •AMI i:i. HACKER, mid IH 'S.\ i: \i -K ER, t'lnlntlrfs, \ %  HAS ii. SMI..,. ,.,,.._ t ;.l I tefenditntB. IN Till: NAMK OF THE STATE OF h'DOKIl 'A r<> Till': DEFENDANTS: DAVID KOI/J, l.'l s. 13th si Rhlladelphlu, tViinnylvanla: THOMAS !••. BARRETT, (renldenca inkimn n i. TIMOTHY A. 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DATED this 8th day "f Max. 1917. E. D LEATHERMAN, Clerk ,.r Circuit iourt, Dade Oounty, Florida. By B. .1. GOULD, Deput) Clerk. ii'inuit Couri Seal) THEODORE l 8AKOWITZ, :i|v Seybold Building, Miami .".:', Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff. .'., 9-16-23-30 The Fourth Annual Convention of the Southeastern Synagogue Conference will be held at Savannah, Ga., May 9 to 12. Law Firm Moves Offices The law firm of Silver. Kaplan & Dietz announces its removal to Suite 1703-05 Congress Building in Miami, and the addition to the firm of Mr. Lester Lasky. LESTER LASKY The new firm name is Silver, Kaplan. Dietz and Lasky. Mr. Lasky is a native of Savannah, Ga., and is a graduate of Transylvania University of Lexington. Ky., and of the University of Miami School of Law. Prior to becoming associated with his present firm three years ago. Mr. Lasky was associated with Elry Stone and Troy C. Davis in the practice of law in Miami. 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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1947 Candlelight Ceremonies Highlight Home ol Aged Installation Luncheon A traditional candlelight ceremony marked the induction of officers and board members of ,hc Miami Women's Auxiliary to hc Jewish Home for the Aged, Tuesday at the Panama Room of the Robert Clay hotel. Mrs. Lewis Brown, founder of the group, charged each incoming officer with her duties. Speakers were introduced by UK. M. Karger, who acted as mistress of ceremonies for the luncheon. Rabbi Murray Grauer, as principal speaker, lauded the members for their excellent work accepted her duties of office and expressed the hope for a full VC ar. As spokesman for the auxiliary, she presented a gift to Mrs. Sorin in appreciation for her work and effort in behalf of the group. Other officers inducted were: Mrs. Harold Singer and Mrs. Philip Lavine, vice presidents; Mrs. Milton Sachs, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lester Kravitz, recording secretary; Mrs. Edgar Galvin, financial secretary; Mrs. Joseph Baum, treasurer; Miss Ruth Bobrow, auditor, and Mrs. Herbert Heiden, sergeant at arms. Dr. Arthur Brill led the singing of the Star-Spangled Banner, which opened the program, and of Hatikvoh, which closed the festivities. Rabbi Max Kaufman presented the invocation. Men's Club to Conduct Temple Israel Services Temple Israel Men's club will conduct services at the synagogue tonight. As an inovation inaugurated by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, secular and lay activity at the Temple will be combined at all Friday night services. Jerome Cohen, new president of the club, will deliver the address on the ideas and ideals that motivate a successful Men's club. A scrmonctte, "A Layman's View of Religion," will be delivered by Michael M. Isenberg. Active participants in the reading of the prayers and the conducting of the service will include Dr. Frank Coret, Harry Boyell, Herman Binder, Adolph Wertheimer and Burghard Steiner. +Jewish rhridian PAGE FIVE Dr. Nelson Glueck, internationally renowned archaeologist, educator and author, was elected president of the Hebrew Union college. America's oldest Jewish seminary, by the institution's board of governors at Cincinnati on Wednesday, effective July 1 of this year. He succeeds Dr. Julian Morgenstern. who requested several months ago that he be granted retirement after having served as president since 1921. Facsimile Editor Speaks For Temple Men's Club Temple Israel Men's club will hear Mr. Timothy Sullivan, Miami Herald facsimile editor, at a meeting Wednesday, May 14, 8:15 p.m., in Kaplan hall. Mr. Jerome Cohen, newly elected president of the group, will introduce an innovation or future meetings in a 10-minute thumbnail biography of an outstanding Jewish American personality. This week's subject is Judah Touro. Other officers and directors recently installed include Michael M. Isenberg, Herbert U. Feibelman and Paul H. Marks, vice presidents; Harry Diamond, treasurer; Henry Hirsch, corresponding secretary, and G. L. Mendelson, recording secretary. Directors are Dr. Alfred Augustine, Harry Boyell, Henry Bulbin, Herman A. Binder, Siegfried Geisman, Stewart Gordon, Max Holtzberg, Arthur Kahn, Dr. Herbert Levin, Frank A. Perlman, Morris Rosenberg, Emanuel E. Schon, Harry V. Simons, Burghard Steiner, Henry Wolff and Louis Gillman. OF EIS CAMP Speaking at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Singer last Wednesday evening at the National hotel. Dr. Shlomo Bardin, director of Louis D. Brandeis foundation, urged Miamians to support the establishment of a new Brandeis camp near Asheville, N. C. The aim of the camp, under the auspices of the Zionist Organization of America, is to promote a pride in Jewish heritage and to honor the late supreme court justice. "Few Jews," said Bardin, "are informed about the rich heritage of culture of the Jewish people in America, or about specific advances in political, scientific and other fields that are due to Jewish effort." At present a camp is operated in the Pocono mountains near Winterdale, Pa. Each year some 250 person* attend and last year four Miami Beach residents were there. Six from this area are expected to attend this year. Dr. Bardin was honored at a party at the home of William Taradash, 5225 Collins ave., Miami Beach. Among those who attended were Albert Pick, S. A. Goodman, Ed Singer, Joseph Rose, A.lex Van Straaten, Sam Lachman and Shepard Broad. Home for Aged Women Plan Summer Project Board of directors of the Miami Beach Women's auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged have decided upon a summer project similar to the one held last year. Plans were completed at a luncheon last week at the Cadillac hotel. Books have been distributed and anyone interested may contact Clara Goldenberg at 5-4824 or Mrs. Benjamin Felt, 5-5501. At the afternoon meeting, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, presented a check for $8,500.00 to the Home's building fund. This sum completed the $15,000,000 pledge of the women's auxiliary. MEMORIAL ON WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING DEDICATED TO $170,000,000 UJA ED SINGER Freefield Will Manage Campaign for Dr. Klein Twenty five year-old Charles M. Freefield, veteran of the Pacific campaign in World War II, has been designated campaign director of the Klein for Councilman committee. Without aoubt the youngest campaign director in the city councilmanic race, Freefield has assembled around him some of the ablest campaign advisers and men of experience in the city. Active in Beach organizations since his release from the armed forces in February, 1946, Freefield is a member of the American Legion, American Veterans' committee, adjutant of the Miami Beach post, Jewish War Veterans; president of Masada, the Young Men's Zionist organization; member of the YM & WHA. "I'm not worrying about votes for Doc," said Freefield, "because the veterans are back now and they kn that only another veteran can understand them, and Doc's whole life is devoted to helping and aiding wherever he can all veterans." Hollywood Center Group Has Installation Banquet Newly elected officers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center, Hollywood, Fla., were duly installed at a dinner Sunday, May 4. Over 100 persons witnessed the candlelight service. Mrs. Max Kaufman conducted the cerernonies. Included on the program, presented by Mrs. Arthur Brill, mistress of ceremonies, was a message of hope and cooperation expressed by Mr. Martin Wohl, president of the Center, Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, outgoing, president, reported on the activities of the past year. Following the dinner, Mrs. Louis J. Golden, new president, in the past and pointed out the need for greater future effort Rabbi Grauer, spiritual leade.of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, read the invocation. Addresses were made by Mrs. Sidney Weintraub and Mrs. Isidar Cohen. Greetings from the American Jewish Congress were brought by Mrs. A. Fine, outgoing president, and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, newly-elected to that off::e at AJC. Mrs. M. Beck, who took the gavel of office as head of the Aged Home auxiliary, spoke to the assembly, revealing that pledges amounting to $1,750 00 had been received toward the building of a synagogue and an auditorium for the home. She praised the work of Mr. Max Greenberg, who built the new structure. The musical portion of the program was rendered by Cantor Maurice Mamches, Congregation Beth David. He also presented the benediction. LEGAL NOTICE B'nai B'rith Benefit Combining their efforts for the benefit of the Texas City residents, Miami Beach B'nai B'rith groups sponsored an All-Star show at the Copacabana last Sunday night. $2,700 was collected for the stricken victims of the recent disaster. .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROSELLE HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HELEN CHAIISKY PAULINE ASTREN ALFRED KREISLER Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS & MAXWELL WATCH & JEWELRY REPPAIR in Dade County, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FrW^ NcH1s TARJj0 PHILIP TARLO MARX FEINBERG, Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-23-30 "Prising of the Warsaw Ghetto/' a dramatic has relie, executed^ *£££&££ ^opean painter and sculptress, was dedicated last we f* y R ^J; Overseas Needs and "*e S170.000.000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal Jo '"g^g 8trugale in which FalesUne in commemoratton ol the fourth **** ** ^T^.r iJS^ZZ at bay for three .000 Jew. died in the Polish capital alter *^ t h ^ y !" ff Nazi J^a^w ta ^ *ek 8 i n dedicating her bas relief to the United Jewteh Appeal MZ !" of ^ country, express the hope that the Ma ^mj^^^ JSTXSt^Si liberty. n. women and cUMNnwfco fought again* hoptto* oad r n-eeaom Be A Good Citizen! 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MAY 9. 1947 III Cohn to Serve As president of AJC Women u r < Clarence Cohn will be In,td as president of the AmeriStale j c tish Congress, Miami C h Chapter, at a luncheon at TrSc Hotel. 3925 Collins S'Thursday. May 15. 12:30 %  m Mrs. Louis Glasser, divisional president, will conduct the TJcSn. besides her activiiJiwith Congress, has held ofa president of the Central %  Wh Elementary Parent Teach\s' association and is now first vice-president of the Miami I Reach PTA. Vice presidents to be inducted I are Mesdames Joseph M. Rose, IIrving Lehrman. Emanuel BasIkind Benjamin Feld, John Soiler land Jerome Kimball. Other officers arc: recording secretary, Mrs. L L CS tcr Slcpner; corresponding Isecretaries. Mrs. Morris RabinoLitz. Mrs. Leonard Glickman, land Mrs. Mollie Schuman: financial secretaries, Mrs. Bertram [Thorpe and Mrs. Benjamin Servant: treasurer. Mrs. Arthur S. I Klein and auditor, Mrs. William ILocb. Mrs. Clara Goldenberg is taking [reservations for the affair at 15-4824. Mrs. Mollie Janoff I chairman. IS Rabbi Miller Is Named I Rabbinical Council Pres. With the re-election of Rabbi k'ri Miller of Congregation Beth Jacob, 6109 Park Heights ave., [Baltimore. Md., as national president of the Rabbinical Council [of America, high priority is being (given to the prospect of a united [front for Orthodox Jewry realized through the coordination of [forces of the Rabbinical Council [of America as the rabbinic Ispokesman, the Union of Ortho[dox Jewish Congregations as the %  congregational outlet and Yeshiva [University, the educational foun| tainhead. Plans to bring about this unity Iwere strengthened at the recently convened eleventh annual national convention of the RabbiniIcal Council of America. Meeting %  in Detroit the Rabbis mapped a [program of activity designed to [Intensify Judaism in this country. Me/Mf Visit the showing of these 9reat post-war cars at our ew showroom. Pen 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. U !" Y Except Sunday Phone 4-6088 wiiiiiiin "Tlt SUES, lit "Wl-FWa WT0KOBIUS d "mptelt Mrvic* "* RE LEON BLVD. AT BIRD ROAD 'ORAL GABLES *Jenisti fhrkBan PAGE THREE TOP Hill AND FUN A top-hat and fan is the theme of the annual installation dinnerdance of Junior Hadassah which' will take place tomorrow night at the Bay View room of the Alcazar i hotel. The banquet, which will start j at 7 p.m.. will be open to paid-up' members and their dates only at $2.75 per plate. This includes dancing. The dance is open to prospective members and their dates at $1.00 per person. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. Mrs. Garden Schwartz will pre| sent Henrietta Szold pins to 25 or more Junior Hadassah girls for their outstanding work. The Henrietta Szold committee chairman is Hilda Schwartz. Assisting her on the nominating committee are Beverly Raphael. Lucille Yagoda. Eileen Cowen, Arlenc Roas, Shirley Calen and Gertrude Lash. A host of committees, headed by Doris Albin, comprise the behind-the-scene details. They include: invitations: Doris Shapiro: announcements, Toby Cooper; arrangements, Hilda Schwartz; telephone, Gladys Tepper, Beverly Raphael; publicity, Shirley Pardo; guest book, Sonia Zias, Frances Abrams. Mariam Berman, Harriet Gottesman; ticket colection; Roz Worth; favors. Florence Hilderbrant, Caroline Schultz. Ruth Sperling: date bureau, Elarose Rogow, Arlene Rose. JSSB to Elect Board Of Directors Monday A nominations committee wll present a slate of officers for a Board of directors election of the Jewish Social Service Bureau. Monday at 8 p. m. in Beth David Auditorium. At a future date, officers in the organization will be elected from the board. Mrs. Dorothy Meyers, executive director of the District Welfare Board. State department of Public Welfare, will be guest speaker discussing "Legal Responsibility for Public Welfare." Reports will be presented by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president, Hyland Rifas, treasurer, and Charles Cohen, executive director. Several new amendments to the constitution of JSSB will be introduced for approval at this annual meeting. Major revision will provide for representation from the various Jewish cultural and religious groups in the Greater Miami Area. In this way, it is expected to increase the directorship to approximately T>0. Also included in the new reVision of the constitution is the establishment of an executive committee of 15 to 21 members which will be elected by the board at an early date. Rabbi Shapiro Conducts Kaler-Driftler Nuptials Marriage rites for Miss Shirley Kaler and Josef Driftler took Place Sunday, April 20, at the Everglades Hotel lounge with j! a b b M ax Shapiro, Congregation Beth David, officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel A. Kaler, 560 Michigan ave., Miami Beach. Miss Kaler chose a charmeen suit in light beige for her wedding costume. She wore a coronet of pink roses enveloped in pink veiling and a shoulder bouquet of white orchids completed her costume. Miss Miriam Kaler, maid of honor was attired in a white print dress and straw hat trimmed to match it. Son of Mrs. M. Driftler, of Miami Beach, the groom was attended by his brother-in-lawto-be, Irving Kaler, of Atlanta. Cocktails and dinner were served to those who attended after which the newlyweds departed for St. Louis, Mo., where they will make their home. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Clara Mazer, the bride's aunt from Birmingham; Mr Max Freidman of Knoxville. Tenn., and Mrs. James J. Cerniglia of Atlanta. Former residents of Miami, 14 years ago, the Kalers moved to Atlanta where their daughter was educated. Two years ago, they returned to take up residence at the Beach. An artist and photographer, Mr. Driftler has studios at the Beach. West Palm Beach and Atlantic City. During the war, he served in the U. S. Army, where he did special work, including the designing of War Bond posters. Sinse his discharge, he has opened new offices in St. Louis. Jewish Home for the Aged will hold a board meeting Tuesday. May 13. 8 p.m.. af Miami Beach Jewish Center. Harold E. Spaet. president, reveals that a general "clean-up" of business for the season will be on the agenda. Miami Y Campaign For Funds to Complete and Furnish New Building At a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Miami Y.M.&Y.W.H.A., a resolution was adopted to conduct a campaign for funds to finish, equip and furnish the new building. Leon Kaplan, president, reported that the goal of the original drive was set at $200,000. In the campaigns that were conducted in 1945 and 1946 a total of $108,000 was raised. Henry Jacobson was unanimously elected chairman of the special campaign to raise the balance. In an interview with Mr. Jacobson he said "our building is half completed, and though our funds are giving out, we cannot stop. To do so would be breaking faith with the people who have worked so hard and who have given of their time, means and energy to make the new building a reality. However, unless funds are forthcoming immediately we shall have to discontinue building operations. I know that the Miami Jewish community is with us and will not let us down. We are are asking for money for something that might happen, but we are asking for funds to complete a job that has already been begun." Mr. Samuel Leff of New York City, director of the Jewish Center campaign division of the National Jewish Welfare board, will direct this special campaign for the Miami Y. Beach 'Y' Home Camp Registration Growing May 15 has been set as the last day for the exclusive registration of YM&WHA members for the Miami Beach "Y" home camp. After that day. registration will be open to the general communityThis year, the camp will be open for boys and girls. 4 to 14 years of age and will start on June 16 and continue 10 full weeks to August 22. Camp sessions will be divided into five 2-week periods. Registration will be accepted for 2-week periods only. The camp day, 9:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.. is crammed full of fun, festivity and activity. Swimming twice daily, athletics, arts and crafts, music, dancing, dramatics, fishing, picnics, and games are only a few phases of the program. Lunches are served daily as well as afternoon milk and cookies. Cardiac Home Patients Honor Mothers Sunday Annual Mother's Day celebration of the Dade chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, will be held at Mending Heart, 4250 W. Flagler st.. Sunday. May 11. from 3 to 5 p. m. On Wednesday. May 14. the chapter will present its annual luncheon for installation ceremonies at the Shelbourne Hotel at noon. Tickets arc obrainable by calling Mrs. S. White at 5-2288. r MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS CLASS SERVIIE "" I" cta WC HaVe I! p H 58-3756 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. lMr ,wiT7 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ BBG Group New Officers, Convention Delegates Phyllis Goldstein was named president of BBG chapter, one of B'nai B'rith girls at an election, Wednesday evening, April 30. Other officers who will serve with her are as follows: Barbara Ghoul, vice president; Masha Harris, treasurer; Sue Goodman, corresponding secretary; Dolores Peckerman, recording secretary; Sybil Rosenbaum, reporter; and Doris Rosenbaum, historian. The new officers will be installed on May 21. Delegates were chosen for the BBG district convention to be held in Washington in June. Those who will attend are Miss Peckerman and Miss Ghoul, along with the newly elected president. Sholem Lodge Campaign Results Revealed Today Final results of the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge membership drive will be revealed at a luncheon Friday, 12:15, in the Downtown Club. Over 100 new members have been added to the brotherhood roster. Those who head the list are: Charles R. Jacobson. first; Michael M. Isenberg. second; and Marx Feinberg, third. Sidney Aronovitz, Sam B. Miller. Milton Friedman and Irving Saal are tied for fourth. First, second and third place wnners will be awarded a gold menorah insignia. UNVEILING The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Louis N. Marx, 2830 Fairgreen dr.. Miami Beach, will take place Sunday at 12 noon on Mount Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Miami Beach Jewish Center, will officiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer, Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. Kimball Advocates LowCost Housing At Beach Announcing his candidacy for Miami Beach City Council, J. C. (Jack) Kimball advocated the establishment of low-cost housing for veterans, city employes, school teachers and others in the low-income bracket. Kimball headed the Citizen's committee which sponsored the successful bond issue for a $750,000 municipal auditorium. He has been a real estate broker for 22 years, having come to Miami Beach from Syracuse, N. Y. A 21-point program was listed when he revealed that he would seek a council seat. It includes, among other things, fire and police boat service for the waterfront, establishment of a city yacht basin, preference for veterans in city jobs and elimination of overlapping departments. Kimball, with his wife, lives at 446 62nd st.. Miami Beach. Beach Lodge Lists Date Of Annual Spring Dance Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith has set Sunday, May 18, 8:30 p. m. as the time and date for its annual spring dance in the Roney Plaza gardens. Chairman for the affair is Paul Greene. Tickets at $1.50 per person may be obtained at the Beach B'nai B'rith office, 5-2435. The committee of arrangements includes: Godfrey K. Newman, Harold Zinn, J. Harry Day and Bill Wagner. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now; you will mi on %  now roof latar "Satlafactory Work by Expariancod Man" 414 • %  W. 22nd Annul PHONE 4-5M0 VOTE FOR WM. BILL BURBRIDGE FOR CITY COUNCIL 12 Years of Constructive Service as a Miami Beach City Councilman justifies another term.



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lst flcrkfton FRIDAY, MAY 9 SDxAectoAy, o~$ SJieaieA YUiami 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. Sabbath morning sen at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the Portion of the Week. Intermediate services for teen-age youth at 9 a.m., under supervision of the board of education. Juni.i >n for children of elementary school age at 10 a.m.. under sup. ol Mr. Max Bertman of the faculty. K I rved to ips by a Sisterhood committee. Bible study at 4 p.m. with S I I Mincha at 6:30 p.m. followed by Shalos S'udos. Surfeit) to 12 noon. Daily school from 3:15 to 6:30 p.m. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Mincha service. 5:15 p.m.. followed by M 5 first minvon, 7 a.m.: second minyon, 9 a m R I • will speak on "There Is Always a Day of Reckonii Mincha. 5:15 p.m.. followed by Shalos S'ud is J ph Hutne appointed new Gabbi of Shalos S'udos, replacing M who left for the North. The rabbi will dis 1 Porl Week. Daily services, 7 and a.m., followed b; n Mincha. Mincha daily at 5:15 p.m., I by a cla in J< s and customs. Army Policy May Hinder Jews Leaving Germany En Route to Palestine MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabbalas Shabbas, 6:30 p.m. Saturd, Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hon of Mr. and Morris Swichkow. Sen young men. Rabbi G Mincha at 5:25 p.m.. followed b; S day school. 10 a.m. CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches. The spring late Frida 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Shapiro will conduct the on "The Ethics of Oui F. "hers" T the basic theme. "When Will the Mi Stiebel and San: Hollan the Sunda; will conduct •:. The floral ol been made by Mr. and Mrs Lou of their daughter. Mickey Lou. Sabbat! students' 10:30 a.m. F:n.i! ex school students this Sunday at 10 \ MUNICH (JTA). — Leading voiced concern over the possibility that the ;•. s Germany has been d to adopt a new poli< y '<• prohibit so-called illegal border .,was attempted 1;, :. >••< sgaden during the end when 300 displaced Jews were tumid back five m iles • 1 Austria:, frontier. tary authorities have refused • nt at this time on the f a new policy. Observers assert that sue:, borossingj have been going on ilmost two years—with the full kr.owledgi I e military authoritii 9 Toe Ji ws point out that "military officials, like our%  fetj valvi enlemei tto get out of ny and : Should 1 e border • taking ing th< past tew w< eks, ised policy," they state, "it could only mean trouble .: Gei % %  any." Tl ese si irces believe policy iim State Deent acting under pit lin. It is known that the bordei t iiat they to feed and a n in area.un 11 -diction. Ceremonies Install Kout Head of Legion Post Hylan H. Kout was installed as commander of Miami Beach Post No. 85 of the American Legion at ceremonies held Tuesday at the Post home. He is the first veteran of World War II to be elected to this office. Installing officers were District Commander Harry Cooper and the Dade county guard of honor. Among the guests were George Smathers. Congressman, and the nay,ir and city councilmen of Miami Beach. Dr. Maurice Klein was presented with a special gift for his outstanding services to the Legion for the past 10 years. Harry Cooper. Phil Schneider and Louis Auerbach were awarded life memberships. A dance, entertainment and refreshments followed the induction services. JWV Agent Enrolls In MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring; Samuel Special Trainina ClaSS Sholem Lodge Sets Date For Induction Ceremony Initiation of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge new members will be held at Elks hall. Tuesday, May 13, at 3 p.m. At that time. 84 new members will be inducted into the brotherhood. Feature of the evening's entertainment is the presentation of a well known eternal light script. The Bar Mitzvah of Pvt. Cohen." by AZA groups. Participants include Sidney Grossberg, chairman: Frederick Scher. Bernard Ross and Ben Gindy. Sloan, executive director. Early Friday • vening Kabbalas .'ice. I man will I Cant Satui I n i 9 a.m. D:\ Shlomo H Palestinian youth leader, will be Jui tiun service. 10 am Mincha, 6 15 p.m. Shalos S'u I Daily sc re held during 1 at 9 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Fr •• evi • re, 8:15 p.m Rabbi Kroi oi "Throw the B es" in observai i and the S ive Only in a Ghett >'.' to Motl nted with fiild. Canl Ki will rendi REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath evening ervici May 9, to th (-Men's club a.m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach Portion of the Week. Services are preceded Class Study Group. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening Rabbi Raab will conduct a I Mol service and speak on I ect of "Honoi addition, he will give his impressions oi the F Association convention held recently in Miami Be JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Friday evening service 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kaufman will speak on •Crime and Punishment." An Qneg Shabbat will follow UPHOLSTERY CLEANING — FURNITURE ACE RUG CLEANERS CAREFUL RUG AND CARPET CLEANERS Clean Rugs Make Healthy Homes Rugs Cleaned, Dyed & Demolhed Carpet Laying & Repairing 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 Miami 36, Fla. With DIGNITY and RESPECT our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement. Ambulance Service Ifiemeu'a/ CAaftU IRVING BIASBERG. Tr.ac R. W. WILSON, ftntral Clntif* 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI REACH : Burd %  terans' rep. the Jewish War 11 %  ter Miami, will : ss-A-Grille for the next six Wi Mend classes to aid k. Recently named investigator for the administration, Mr. Burd will return to his office at Dinner Key fully equipped to assist all exi ii. luties will be handled by Goldman, commander of JWV, whil away. Funds to make the trip possible were lonated by JWV posts in the Dr. Goldberg | 0 Spe For Black Book Group Dr. B. Z. Goldberg, colu „ of The Day. Jew ^ JJ-JJ lhed in New York. ,,/J t main speaker at a luncheon S ^ day. May 11, 12:30 noon b ^ Strand restaurant. 1225 Wash* ton ave.. under the aui '"Dr" Go/db 1 ^ ^ Si** Dr. Goldberg, one of the .,* ors of "The Black Book" or tI Jewish Case Against the N a £ recently made an extended of Palestine, the Middle gt^ the Soviet Union, and f,*£* to give an off-the-rc-cord E ^observations in lhe ^ During his travels, Dr Gold berg served as foreign co spondent for the St. Louis ft? Despatch, the Toronto Star ai" Jhe New Republic, PrS* is chairman of the American C 0 „ TTi o f Jc wish Write is? and Scientists, whose president i. Dr. Albert Einstein. H Ri S ;i, A1 rT director of Black Book committee, will deal with the origin and development of the project. A mobile unit from the Dade County Blood Bank will be al the Alton Road hospital Thurj. day. May 15. Appointments may be made by calling 5-6146. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTskj 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 REGISTER NOW! Don't overlook your greatest privilege—the right to vote! RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FW FUNERAL SERVICE 5-7777 BB Metropolitan Council Plans Sunday Election Representatives of all Greater Miami B'nai B'rith groups will convene Sunday. 10:30 a.m., in the offices of Sholem lodge, 330 St ybold bldg.. to elect officers for the new Metropolitan council. At a meeting held last Sunday. a constitution was adopted, providing that a total of 23 persons from all B'nai B'rith organiza! tions would comprise the council.' Harold Turk was named presi-l dent pro tern and Charles R. Jacobson. secretary pro tern. MVERSEDE AMBULANCE SERVICE **• WMhlntoa Av. MUmi Beach 8DWA*D r. NIWMAN rn**M OU-ctW to New jhftt •*0 Si. aaa AmMerdaro Ai TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21>t Terrace |-7IOS.W.I2thAV. MIAMI-] L-m. 3-343U "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE ornctAuv REPRESCMT THE MAJORITY Of WMI* JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlotmation C/otffy furnuM on ttqinl SEWING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic: Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phon# 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL