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The Jewish Floridian ( May 16, 1947 )

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teiMUEIIiDiPiidliigun />^THE JEWISH UNITYT (frwt THE JEWISH WEEKLY KJE20 NUMBER 20 _MIAMI18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS I. S. Soviet Seen Near Palestine Accord At U N -$•B Meet Hears A D L ivil Liberties Plan l-ASHINGTON (JTA)—A fiven t program of legislative acl designed to effect better proKion of civil rights was outled here by New York Supreme (irt Justice Meir Steinbrink, tonal president of the AntiJamation League, addressing opening session of the fivetriennial convention of the B'rith, parent body of the Justice Steinbrink proposed islation against discrimination |employment and in educationnstitutions and specifically the nination of "quota" systems in leges and universities; laws to Meet the civil rights of minorj groups; to outlaw restrictive Jenants in real estate deeds, legislation making it manDry to disclose the origins of amatory literature. I said he opposed "group libel islation" on the grounds that Anti-Defamntion League "is convinced that an effective pute can be drawn to curb this I that will not also be a threat freedom of bona fide discussion public questions." Instead, he osed laws requiring defamapublication to disclose the hes and addresses of the perresponsible for their publion and dissemination, 'rank Goldman, vice president fhe B'nai B'nth, delivered the kte of the order" message to | meeting, pointing out that its nbership had grown to over up to the beginning of |year. B'nai B'rith youth units [the United States. Canada, land. Australia, China, France ^Palestine, have a total memftop of 29.028, he reported. women's group numbers mk Goldman ected to Lead I S. B'nai B'rith Goldman, of Boston, was elected president [W International Order of P" B'rith at the closing ses|VV he order convention 1 Washington on May 15. Ndman. an attorney, serves vice-president under the P Henry Monsky. Other P? elecled "ere WUliam [!•' %  Philadelphia, viceae nt; Benjamin Samuels, ^9o, vice-president; Sol Portsmouth, Va.. vicegy Mauri Bisguyer. *"** %  and Sidney Kusw. treasurer. J9l from the Dade If* wh attended the !" Lodge convention I eV d Turk *h disecut.ve committeeman. MM H eiman vice"?•" Ihe fith district. £''>d a delegate, were M h P'es,dent of h, Florida "man T!" 10 "' and Motri yampa. Fifth diatrict *• wmmitteeman. 95,000. Attorney General Tom Clark, addressing the B'nai B'rith triennial convention at a dinner session, praised the contributions American Jews have made to the progress and culture of this country since its founding, and promised an unending battle against fascist groups "which would destroy our unity and with it our way of life." At the dinner, "Justice and Humanitarianism" awards were presented to Secretary of State George C. Marshall, Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson, and Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson. Sidney Kusworm, of Dayton, Ohio, treasurer of B'nai B'rith, who acted as chairman for the evening meeting, praised Henry Monsky for his work in "uniting Israelites" through B'nai B'rith and pointed out that, under Monsky's leadership, the organization had performed services that won for the group citations from the War and Navy departments, and other government bureaus. 3,500 HEBE URGE U.S. PRESSURE 10 OPEN PALESTINE More than 3.500 citizens of Greater Miami created a stirring climax to the Palestine Action Week activities on Thursday evening. May 8, when, at a mass rally in Flamingo Park bandshell, sponsored by the Zionist Emergency Council, they overwhelmingly approved a resolution demanding that the full weight of the United States government be brought to bear upon Great Britain to allow Jewish immigration into Palestine. A parade with an estimated 1,100 marchers in a demonstration displaying banners protesting British dilatory tactics, preceded the mass meeting. The resolution asserted that the action of the British government in bringing the Palestine issue before the U.N. was "an empty gesture" since Britain has refused to bind itself to abide by the decision of the U.N.; that Britain has repeatedly violated its obligations as mandatory ppwer over Palestine; that the British have imposed totalitarian measures of suppression in the Holy Land, and that mass deportations to concentration camps in Cyprus constitute violations of the Atlantic charter. Speakers at the rally included Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, Burnett Roth, state senior vice commander of the JWV; Rev. Rex Wilkes. St. Stephens Episcopal church; Circuit Judge Ross Williams and many others. Harry Simonhoff presided, and musical numbers were rendered by the Jewish People's Folk chorus, under the direction of Leon Powetsky. PARLEY OFVOTES EXTENSION OF CENTER IRK PITTSBURGH (JTA)— The three-day annual meeting of the National Jewish Welfare Board concluded here with the adoption of resolutions drawn from a 21point comprehensive report based on a year-long survey of Jewish center and JWB work prepared by 35 prominent Jewish educators and communal leaders. The report defined the function of the Jewish centers as follows: to serve as an agency of Jewish identification and Jewish integration, and as an agency of personality development, to provide a dynamic and flexible program of service in the fields of recreation and informal education for the entire Jewish community to further the democratic way of life, and to assist in the integration of the individual Jew, as well as of the Jewish group, into the total American community. The sum of $26,000,000 has been raised or is in process of being raised by Jewish community centers in 117 communities of the United States and Canada for new or improved buildings and facilities to meet a postwar demand for community-wide Jewish cultural and youth programs, reflecting an upsurge of interest in the Jewish community center movement, it was reported to the meeting. The delegates recommended that the JWB, as "the qualified agency for service to the armed forces," continue to provide for the religious and welfare needs of Jews in the armed forces and in Veterans Administration facilities; that a committee be named to examine the desirability of establishing a nationwide Jewish physical and health education council and a Jewish cultural council, that consideration be given to the possibility of establishing a JWB "Book Club" under the sponsorship of the Jewish Book Council, with suitable volumes to be published or distributed in cooperation with other organizations, notably the Jewish Publication Society of America. Another recommendation called for membership and participation in Jewish centers to be open to "all inhabitants of the local community without distinction as to race, color or creed." However, the recommendation stresses; "it should be clear that the Jewish center is an agency maintained for the specialized needs of the Jewish spiritual and cultural group and that the primary emphasis of its program is upon Jewish content." Frank L. Weil, New York City attorney, was re-elected president, to serve an eighth term, and Mrs Felix M. Warburg, also of New York, was re-elected honorary vice-president. Dr. David He Sola Pool, spiritual leader of the Spanish and Portuguese syna"3> The United Nations general assembly met Thursday for final approval of the Palestine inquiry commission heartened by the similarity of American and Russian views on the future of the Holy Land and with hopes for immediate adjournment of the special session on Palestine. Neutral diplomats among the 55 nations in the assembly found some hope for Soviet-American accord in Russia's demand for an independent Arab-Jewish state, or if that is impossible, partition of Palestine. The nearest thing to official policy suggested by the United States tended toward partition, with increased Jewish immigration. However, American officials said they had no intention of breaking their current silence on the Holy Land for comment on the Russian demand. Britain, chief target of the Soviet call for an immediate end of its Palestine mandate, also remained silent. Saudi Arabia asked for the assembly floor as the last of the five Arab states to express anger at the way the inquiry has been launched and to reserve its right to do as it pleased no matter what solution the UN may recommend. Soviet Russia recommended creation of an independent Jewish-Arab government for Palestine. Coupling the suggestion with a E |I CI^ w-— *New York City and Shman of the JWB Religious (Continued on Page i) s OF HILLEL SILVER LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)—In an impressive half-hour address, which pleased most of the United Nations delegates because of its moderate tone, but which is reported to have displeased the Soviet bloc, which regarded it as conciliatory to Britain, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver outlined before a full session of the U.N. political committee the views of the Jewish Agency with regard to the instructions to be given to the projected U.N. fact-finding committee on Palestine. This was the first official appearance of the Jewish Agency before the United Nations. Dr. Silver, heading a seven-man delegation, was seated at the big horseshoe table between the delegations of Cuba and Czechoslovakia. Their official admission was announced at the opening of last Friday's morning session of the political committee by Chairman Lester Pearson of Canada. In his speech, to which the delegates from the 55 nations listened with the utmost attention, the American Zionist leader emphasized that when the Jewish Agency speaks of a Jewish state it does not have in mind any racial or theocratic state, but one which is based upon full equality and rights for all inhabitants without distinction "and without domination or subjugation.'" He advanced the following proposals with regard to the terms of reference of the projected inquiry committee. 1. That the inquiry committee should ask Britain for "an (Continued on Page 4) vigorous attack on Britain's administration of the Holy Land, Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko told the United Nations assembly that the only other acceptable solution would be partition of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab nations. Gromyko took the floor to deliver the major Soviet speech of the extraordinary session as it moved toward final action setting up an 11-nation inquiry commission to report back Sept. 1 on the Palestine problem. The Soviet delegate raised the possibility of two other alternates —an Arab state or a Jewish state —but immediately ruled these out on the grounds that they would deny the rights of the population. The Arab drive to have the UN inquiry committee instructed to study the independence of Palestine collapsed when the political and security committee voted 29 to 14 to completely delete any reference to the question of independence from the inquiry group's terms of reference. The vote came after the political committee had unsuccessfully sought to reconcile seven different resolutions covering the issue of independence. The Arab delegates and the Soviet bloc voted against the deletion. Poland was among the 12 nations abstaining. The motion for deletion was made by France and supported by the United States. Earlier, David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency executive, in testimony before the committee advocated the establishment of a Jewish state, while Emil Ghoury, speaking for the Palestine Arab Higher committee, demanded immediate independence for Palestine and an end to Jewish immigration. Moshe Shertok, political chief of the Jewish Agency pleaded for unlimited immigration when he presented replies to the questions posed to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver last week by several of the delegates. Shertok also presented the Agency view on the composition of the inquiry committee. Dr. Weizmann May Address UN in Sept. JERUSALEM (JTA) — Although Dr. Chaim Weizmann will not represent the Jewish Agency at the United Nations during ihe special session of the general assembly, the possibility of his acting as the Zionist spokesman when the next regular session of ihe assembly is held in September has not been ruled out. ii is learned. It now appears thai Dr. Weizmann was asked by ihe Agency executive to go to New York and speak for the Zionists at the special assembly, but declined on ihe ground thai he was unable io do so on the short notice given him. However, he did not exclude the possibility of appearing before ihe U.N. in September. BRITISH POLICEMEN KILLED JERUSALEM (JTA)— Two British policemen were killed this week in a new outbreak of violence. The Stern group has assumed responsibility for the attack.



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PAGE TWO > ki%t fk riciior Miss Berkowitz Engaged, Will Wed Newark Man The engagement of Miss Mildred Pearl Berkowitz. da. of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berk long time residents, 701 S W. 27th rd.. to Leo Braverman, of Newark. N. J.. was announced recently at the home of his parPearl Gold Betrothed To Bernard Silverblatt The betrothal .if -'•' Gold to Bernard M S has be M an I Mrs (old, of 431 N W I ents. Mr. ;.nd Mrs Max Bi man. Mis Bi :owitz Miami Sen. r Hig tnerly attended the sity of .. She is treasui Emanon Club of the VM & YWHA and presid nt of the Emma Izai us Club. BBG Mr B •• %  rn n n el his I i ned in Mian i [or I luring 1 Is thi t B.S. f ;. V irk unit ical =tudent an I is tudying for his m NYU. No da' t been set f the wedding ZION UNVEILING The unvi to the mi of %  •' %  Clara H Zion held S inday, May 18. at 3:30 p.m. on the Jewish ectioi Wood Park cemetery. R %  : Shapiro of Beth David will ofl at the ceremoi e being arranged by Sidney H Palmer of the Miami M nui ent Co. Friends and relative quoted to attend %  S h %  • luati M • ni %  p LAS', c, D. C %  M P. N % %  '• a juni if Miami, ing in journal sm and : Q women nalism .: She wa formerly of the "Hu %  Silverblatl tudent ol Wuple eel ; • Vo date I %  %  Personally Speaking Mr. Max Greenberg has returned from a visit to Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin are celebrating their 25thiwed rsary this month with a trip to Cuba. Mr.Sootin s a 5 .of he board of Beth David synagogue while Mrs. Sooto tawcretar, ol the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women. Sandra Gay. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 S. W. 30th rd.. will celebrate her 13th birthday on Sunday at a party for a group of friends at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Andron. 3447 Chase ave are the proud parents of a baby airl. Nancy Rose, who was born on May 6 ' lorn 4144 Chase P av r h M H Beach, tomorrow mor ,' M 17. was announced u>dt ^1 and Mrs. Irvine BKK ^ *l LaGorce dr. aSber 8 ttsl The confnmant u a -_, Adam Fisher Juni0 / hl ^U % iirdines SansAis/r •ifei/rv/.i Cool Sleepers for Men Regulation style pajamas, new shortie pajamas and brief sleep shorts of cool, washable cottons and rayons. Sizes A, B, C and D in the group. Coat style pajamas in plaid cotton. Elastic waistband, long sleeves. Maize, rose. blue. Pair $6.98 Sleep shorts of cool white cotton. Elastic waistband. Pair $ 2.50 Shortie pajamas with coat style jacket. Lightweight, white cotton. Made in Miami. Pair $5.50 fayson regulation pajamas of patterned rayon. Blue, tan and rose. Pair $7.95 MIAMI STORE. MEN'S FURNISHINGS, STREET HTJOOR Hadassah Professionals Plan Musical Evening • public nee it nt tioi Busi ni • : i' : [ the M held at Kaplan Hall. 1 N E 19th st.. on Tuesd p.m. Featured in I 11 be' ntralto Ji of WQAM. and Bett; .: pianist. J in preparing t are coEst %  :. Mrs. Davrd N M Ann Gi in n. Miss %  Inn %  ti in and M Ruth w : follow thi Norma Spalding Is Wed In Miami Beach Rites m May 8. of S| ling to Samuel f Miami Beach nn unced by the b le't parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip U v. %  ivi M Epr. f M ind Mrs Louis Epsten f thi I ,.i -• tfof %  ,. Bi -1 ( • • gation A M ttended the I li ... %  • S| te ol Miami H %  ; • • %  n New I n us Pictures prod of ai ted Epstein I %  I : years. H n ently a • j a pi ominenl Miami AVC Wives Hear Speaker Mrs Sidney Horn, of the Jewish War Veterans auxiliary, wa.' the guest speaker at the Thursday night meeting of the wom!P."a auxiliary of Miami chaptei No. 1. American Veterans Committee Mrs Horn spoke on V eteran Hospital Work." a subject which led to an informative liscussion on the part of those p esenl Mrs William Zuckerii.an was delegated to head ;> committee of AVC women to investigate and plan future work ,n the veterans' hospitals of the area. IT ASBESTOS TABLE MATS The Coral Gables Jewish Center announces a covered dish and social evening at the Hillel House in Coral Gables, Sunday, May 18. Beach dance orchestra. After a reception at the San Juan restaurant, the couple left for a brief honeymoon in Havana They will settle in Miami Bead 1 on their return. f — %  Americans finest cleaning \ PHONE 24829 o r 26382^-iS WOLPERT 1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS' Miami Beach, where he is acthtl in sports and is a member oft junior debating team. Following the ceremony at tj Temple, a reception will be MM at the Blasberg cs:dencefors.| enty-five masts, relatives close fi iends. Miami Beach Sisterhood I Meets to Honor Mothers A tribute tn the mothers of aril among its members will be tl| keynote at the next meeting i .he Miami Beach Jewish 0* munity Center Sisterhood, to I held at the Center, 14th st. Euclid ave. at 8 p.m. Moo May 19. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. prop director, has scheduled a of speakers ;. m Jewish yo organizations, who will addn the meeting. Among them Miss Janet Deborah Spitzer.v| president of Gems chapter. B'ul B'rith Gnls: Miss Civie ApfdJ secretary of the youth chaptt Anie: ii an Jewish Congress. Miss Natalie Sandra Fran president of the Southeast! region. Junior Hadassah. Also scheduled for the meeti S an election of new officersy| Sisterhood A recepttai follow the business of the affa at which Mrs Carl Spitzer wi be in chargi I efreshmen* miATT\i [tneoLf] US I HACLU SI OPEN 10 4 111(46 SUNDAYj MIAMI A OPt-^ 45 Show IS "II With all the fierce., frank power that Ernest Hemingway put into this startling story! GREGORY PECK JOAN BENNETT "The Macomber Affair" with ROBERT PRESTON ttf



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BIDAV. MAJ M6, 1947 *Je*lsl)fkrldfor> zish Education Board James New Committees sl 0 f committees, appointed L conduct the diverse activities L the Bureau of Jewish EducaP vv ,n hv submitted by Max Ceiicl. president of the bureau, board meeting at his home. 444 p„A ave.. Miami Beach, on Wednesday, May 21. Louis Hennan, honorary president of *e board, will be preUtcd will' ;i scroll of honor and lc w officer of the organization k-,11 be installed. |The committees chosen by Meisel Adult Education, E. HurUto, chairman; Mrs. M. W. Weincrg. Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. E g er Mrs. JBelov. Mrs. L Blasser. Mrs. E. Eichenbaum, Dr t Queen, M. Schlafrock, Mrs. A Jonn, Mrs. L. Wolk. Budget and Finance, Mrs. M Ratner. chairman; Donald Lcfigne, Lou Heiman, Leon Kapin. Curriculum, Rabbi M. Shapiro, hairman: Rabbi M. Grauer, RabL Kronish, Rabbi I. Lehrman. jtabbi J. E. Rackovsky, Rabbi C Jwitman. Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Stadlan. Extension activities, Dr. David idron. chairman; Dr. M. J. fra. Benjamin Meyers. Inter-school committee, Mrs. eon Ell. chairman; E. Levine. lb* H. Cohen. Mrs. F. Newman, Ruth Glatt. Publicity, Mrs. A. Mamlet. t man; Mrs. E. Weinstein. Mrs. Freefield. Personnel. Rabbi I. Lehrman. Diairman; Louis Heiman, Max Eli Hurwitz, David Isen. M Ratner, Mrs. N. Jacobs. Library, H. Simonhoff, chairnan; Liu:s Heiman, Dr. M. A. [.ipkind. Rabbi M. Shapiro. Teachers committee, Rabbi L. tronish, chairman; D. Isen, D. Freedman, Mrs. N. Jacobs. Youth committee, S. A. Goodnan, chairman; Mrs. B. Qlasser, Sootin, Mrs S. Richman, RabA. Michels. New Officers Preside Mrs. Louis J. Golden, newly elected president <>t the Hollywood Jewish Community Center ladies' auxiliary, conducted her first meeting Tuesday. May 6, in which she extended a message of welcome to the membership. Plans were formulated at the meeting for a Fathers' Day affair to be held June 15 at the center, which will be prepared by Mrs. Lou Kravitz. Mrs. Selma Nimitt Miss Ruth Bobrow, Mrs. Joseph Baum and Mis. Ted J. Sorin. Mrs. Golden appointed the following as committee chairmen: House committee. Mrs. Ilsa Mannheim and Mrs. Selma Nimitz; fund raising. Mis. I. Orgel Mrs. M. Wohl and Mis D. Feldman; Sunshine fund. Mis. J. GoldMembership. Mis. A. Sim ns and Mrs-. T. Sorin, publicity. Mrs. Sam Kaplan was welcomed as a new member and Mrs. Harold Weiss as a guest. Ileisel, Plan AVC Bingo Party The women's auxiliary of the Miami chapter No. 1, American Veterans Committee, has announced plans for a bingo party Monday night. May 19. at 8 p.m. at the game room of the Crescent hotel. 1420 Ocean dr.. Miami Beach. The proceeds are to be used to send delegates to the AVC national convention in Milwaukee in June. Mrs. Joseph Cravitt. chairman of the party committee, is assisted bv Mrs. William Karo. Mrs. Harold Bamberg. Miss Lee Aronoff and Miss Barbara Berger. The public is invited to attend. Since I'M,';, every president of he United Stales has expressed jii approval of the Jewish Naponal Homeland in Palestine. DR. E. PUSHKIN Optometrist Examination of the Eyes Complete Eyeglass Service 1248 S. W. 22nd Street (Coral Way) Hours: 9—5:30 Evenings by Appointment Phone 9-2388 A NEW EDITION OF THE THE 24-YEAR CALENDAR! The continuing demand for the 24-year Hebrew-English Calendar has resulted in a new edition. It's still free to our readers. The 24-year Hebrete-Enelich Caler.dar...all Hebrew date: 1025 to 1949. 411 Jerhh holidny$ to 1964. For your free copy, just address • postcard or a letter to: II. J. HEINZ CO. DerJ2 Pittsburgh. Pa, VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATE Sam IPOIII For City Council JUNE 3rd, 1947 "THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE" Paid Political Advertisement PAGE THREE f jYoung Adults To Hold Dance At Beach Tonight A mass turnout of the membership of eight organizations comprising the Jewish Young Adult Council of Miami Beach is expected tonight. May 17, at 8 p.m., when that organization takes over the Raleigh hotel pool, cabanas and lounge for its gala charity swim-dance and water show. The Young People's League of the Center, the 41st Street Fralority, Over 21 Club, the Jewish People's Fraternal Order. B'nai B'rith Young Men. Rose Chapter. Emma Lazarus, and Masada have all been involved in a protracted drive to make the affair a success. Tickets at S3.00, tax included, will be on sale at the door. Facilities of the Raleigh have been donated to the council by Sam Rivkind of the hotel management. ROOM FOR RENT KITCHEN PRIVILEGES Middle aged woman wants to rent to s.init, nice large bedroom, senaratc entrance. Yearly tennt Reasonable rate. 1129 N. W. 3rd St.. Apt. 4. Tel. 3-9698. m SUNRM PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM ,'"" "im CHRONIC CASES ,u%  • %  IIS S W JO -" COURT -^JjA'AMli-FO-ORIDA Scene? pictured above were taken during the parade last Thursday night on Miami Beach. Local organizations protested against British actions in Palestine and urged President Truman to use pressure to force Britain to open the Holy Land to Jewish immigration. MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed --Furniture Tops Store Front Construction i ADAMS CLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" j 1805 PURDY AVE.. M. B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ Ex-P.O.W. To Address B'nai B'rith Luncheon "The Bonds of Understanding Between Men in War and Peace" will be the topic of a talk to be given by Robert E. Hirschhorn at the i gular Friday luncheon club meeting of the Sholcm lodge, B'nai B'rith. at the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade, this afternoon at 12:15. A graduate of the University of Maryland, Mr. Hirschhorn served as a public relations ofI er in Europe, saw combat and was taken prisoner at the Battle of the Bulge. Nat Hurewitz will preside at the luncheon. 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PAGE FOUR fJenistncridian FRIDAY, Editorial THE HATE MONGERS IN AMERICA A report made public last week by the B'nai" B'rith AntiDefamation League contained the revelation that organized anti-Semitism, on a nation-wide basis, had "shown a lack of marked strength since V-J Day." The report was based on a survey made in 1946 by the league's 18 regional offices in several hundred cities and rural areas. Naturally, we were delighted to learn that an enlightened public opinion had checked the nation-wide tinge that the various anti-Semitic organizations were rapidly assuming. But, at the same time, we were keenly disappointed when we noted some of America's leading newspapers carrying the item under such headlines as "Survey Finds Drop In Anti-Semitism. Nc Organized Anti-Semitism' Is Found Here" and similarly misleading titles. The truth is, as a careful reading of the report shows, that there are dangerous anti-Semitic pockets throughout the country, particularly in the South. Furthermore, the report shows that the 10,000,000 American war veterans are being bombarded wit hate propaganda by the domestic rabblerousers, that the hate mongers are as "bold and articulate as ever," that there has been an increase in discrimination against Jews in employment and in restrictive housing covenants, that colleges and universities are discriminating against Jews and other minority groups despite the focusing of public attention j on those evils, that hotel and resort owners have been able to Circumvent legislation against discriminatory practices and that forty-seven publications, apart from brochures, leaflets and pamphlets, aimed at spreading anti-Semitism and bigotry, are still circulating in the country. The picture, as depicted by the ADL report, is not an encouraging one. However, the suggestion of positive action as an effective antidote to hate propaganda is a step in the right direction. Also impressive is the note of vigilance the report strikes. COMMUNISM AND THE AJ CONGRESS The American Jewish Congress has been under attack by reactionary and pseudo-proqressive qroups and publications for its failure to join the anti-Communist and anti-Soviet hysteria now sweeping this country. Because we refuse to build our program and activities on the assumption that Communism is this country's greatest menace, Conqress has been accused of Communist-domination and Communist infiltration. The familiar tissue of whole lies, half truths, remarks wrung completely out of context, flimsy circumstantial evidence and the supposed sins of two or three members of an administrative committee of over 225 members has been woven to support these charges. Silenced for some weeks by a forthright and categorical condemnation in these columns of the official Communist party position and Jewish affairs, our frenzied critics now Insist that that statement was simply a tongue-in-cheek performance. Utterly unable to find any proof of their claims in Congress' policies, they have launched a vicious campaign of character assassination in the pages of such organs of the retired liberals as the New Leader. Our position on Communism is no secret. We have consistently condemned the official policy of the Soviet Union with regard to positive Jewish living and have often sharply attacked its position on Jewish problems throughout the world. We have even less use for the policies of their unofficial aqents in this country. We harbor no illusions about the sad state of political freedom and civil liberties in the Soviet Union and we know that so long as it maintains its political totalitarianism, no genuine freedom will emerge. We are equally un-naive about American Communists and we ascribe as high a rating as anyone to their capacity for nuisance. But we do not share the frenzy now sweeping the country which sees the Soviet Union on the verge of aggressive warfare and Communism as America's greatest domestic menace. Throughout the world, wr. reqard the chief threat to peace and security to be the failure of the great powers adequately to smash the vestiges of fascism and nazism; to mete out justice to the worst victims of the war; and to give full support to the United Nations. In this country, we consider the dangers to lie in sky-rocketing prices and the threat of economic chaos; in concerted efforts to destroy the labor movement; and in the ease with which so many persons and groups are being diverted from the fight against the real foes of democracy to a crusade against straw men. What is happening in America today has all the symptoms of the campaiqn which buried democracy in Europe; the attack on labor and on civil liberties; a concerted barrage of reactionary propaganda; and a smoke-screen which seeks to hide the real intentions of that movement and to divert energies to far less important sectors of the struggle. We are totally opposed to Communism and Communists. As Jews, as Americans and as democrats, we can have no sympathy with their program and methods. But as people who have learned something from bitter experience, we refuse to be trapped. We shall not spend our energies fighting nuisances when genuine dangers abound. These groups Jewish and otherwise—who have persuaded themselves that Communism is this country's greatest threat are revealing an alarming political immaturity and betraying their responsibility as defenders of democracy and Jewish security. When we become convinced by the facts that Communism in America has been transformed from an irritation to a real menace, we shall shift the emphasis of our activities accordingly. Meanwhile, the American Jewish Congress intends to continue its positive fight for a democratic America; for the extension of civil rights and liberties for all groups; for a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine; for creative Jewish living; and for justice to our people the world over. Sometimes we envy those persons and organizations who can afford the luxury of devoting themselves to coping with minor nuisances rather than with major problems. We shall be glad, at any time, to suggest some much moie constructive ventures to which they might usefully give their energies.—Congress Weekly. TERRORISM SUBSIDES WHILE U.N. DEBATES JERUSALEM (J T A) — Fifty "suspected of complicity in ist activities" were deported this week t i a British internment camp in Kenya, in East Africa. the government announced this week. The communique said that the deportations, which were carried out by aircraft, "were made in the interest of public safety and security The Irgun Zvai Leumi underground radio charged that British, soldiers tortured and murdered three of the Jewish prisoners recaptured immediately after the jail break at Acre prison last Sunday. "This barbarous act will not be forgotten nor forgiven." the broadcast warned, foreshadowing new outbreaks of violent e The comparative lull during the last week—attributed in some quarters to alleged cables from American supporters of theextremist groups asking them to lay low during the U.N. sessions— resulted in the military authorities cancelling the order which has made Jerusalem "out of bounds" to British troops. Cafes. cinemas and other places of en%  • rtainment were filled with troops. However, one roving platoon went out on its own this week and conducted searches m i quarter populated by Oriental Jews and later transferred its activities to the center of the city. The soldiers did not halt their searches and screenings of -by until ordered to do SO by military headquarters. The prisoners who escaped from Acre offered amnesty from Ution if they surrender beMay 16, but none of the 2'J Jewish liberated prisoners have yet I iken advantage of the offer. nor have they been apprehended I the 160-odd Arab e.-capees ported to have turned themselves in since the announcement. +Jmi§t) fkrifiiftti Piibl'Shed every Friday since 1927 00 _T Year. [ ] \ \ ;; g;Jg FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher SILVER'S UN TALK MODERATE IN TONE (Continued from Page 1) account of its stewardship" on the Palestine mandate and itself consider this account instead of wailing until Britain submits such a report to the assembly in September. 2. That the inquiry commission should visit Palestine where it will be able to establish how Jewish achievements have been of benefit to all elements of the population. 3. That while in Palestine the inquiry commission should consider the potentiality of the country if properly developed. 4. The commission should also inquire, while in Palesline, into "the real causes of the tragic unrestrained violence which today mars the life of Palestine where the Jewish pioneers came not with weapons, but with tools." 5. The commission should investigate how the mandatory has carried out its obligations under the mandate with regard to encouraging settlement of Jews on the land. 6. The commission should visit displaced persons camps in Europe, and pending its report, displaced Jews should be allowed to immigrate in substantial numbers to Palestine. Elaborating on the last point Dr. Silver emphasized that the Solution of the problem of displaced persons brooks no delay. "Immediate relaxation of the restrictive measures on immigraJWB PARLEY VOTE AIDS CENTER WORK (Continued from Panel) Activities Division, was elects vice-president. Vice-presida named to continue in office; Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach. S n York; Lloyd*W. DinkelspieLSi Francisco: Irving E. Dison. Louis; Mrs. Samuel R. Glogoi Detroit: Mrs. Walter E. Chicago: Earl M. Loeb. Jr. Ni York: and Donald Oberdorfa Atlanta. Joseph H. Copen Robert K. Raisler, both of tia York, were re-elected treai and assistant treasurer, re lively, and Joseph Rosenzwai and Ralph K. Guinzburg, also c New York, will continue as! rotary and assistant secretary. At the closing session. Loui Kraft, executive director of JWB. received an illuminatt scroll to mark his thirtieth ya with the organization. tion into Palestine and a retn to the status which prevailed I fore the white paper policy I 1939 was imposed will not only 1 a boon to these suffering I beings-, but will greatly reli the present menacing tensions I Palestine, will wash out much! the bitterness, and will enaN the deliberations of the inqui committee and of the next sembly to be carried on *> calmer spirit and in atmospw of moderation and good will said. Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street VOLUME 20 NUMBER :_>n Friday. May 16. 1947 IYAR 26, 5707 & Jlw WILL THIY II FORGOTTEN?



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H rmDAY.M AY 16, 1947 BREAKFAST MEET ^JewisHnoridTiar PAGE FIVE MIAMI Y CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE MEETS TO PLAN ACTION Hillel Installs Chiefs A breakfast meeting of the caplains and worker, of the Miami "Y" campaign will be "eld at the "Y" Sunday morning, May 18. at 10 o clock. Plans of the present campaign fo .raise $92,000 will be d.scussed and a report of pledges will be given. Over $12,000 in additional nledgcs. from three contributors, was raised at a meeting of the Initial Gifts Committee of the Miami Y Building Committee at a luncheon held at the Downtown Club last Tuesday, according to W. D. Singer, chairman of the Initial Gifts Committee. Mr. Singer in his address to the members of the Committee stated that the present campaign is for $92,000, necessary to finish and equip the new building. Henry Jaeobson, chairman of the Special Campaign Committee presented Dave Brown with a silver engraved trowel. Mr. Brown was given the honor of laying the cornerstone at the ceremony on Feb. 23. Pledge cards were distributed among those present and the next report meeting will be held Tuesday at the Downtown Club. Those present were: Max Orovitz, Morris Klass, Murry Kester, Leonard Jacobus, Henry Jacobson, Max Silver, Leon Kaplan, Eugene Weiss, Larry Grossberg, Abe Kurman, Leo Ackerman, Dave Brown, Ben Essen, Sam Seitlin, Maurice Grossman, William Singer and Sam Leff, of the National Jewish Welfare Board, campaign director. BBG to Receive Trophy The Clara S. Landau Memorial Trophy, awarded annually to the outstanding chapter of B'nai E'rith Girls in Greater Miami, will be presented by Mrs. Carl W.inkle at ceremonies on Sunday, May 18. at 7 p.m. at the Lear school. 1010 West ave., Miami Beach. Individual awards will also be presented to the girl of each chapter who has been most outstanding in BBG work during the year. Mrs. Frank Toback will be mistress of ceremonies, assisted by Tina Katz and Ann Kaufman, presidents of the ladies chapters of B'nai B'rith; Irene Jacobs. Sybil Kosenbaum and Gertrude Carnovsky, the latter director of girls' work, A humorous musical skit, entitled "Leave It To The Girls." written by Miss Carnovsky, will be presented by the BBG advisers. Participating in the skit are Mesdames Nettie Lefkowitz. Martha Suskind, Rose Feinberg, Miriam Rose, Muriel Rubin, Esther We inkle. Rose Toback, Ruth Jaeobson, Elinor Catsman, Beatrice Finn. Elsie Shackman, and Terry Goodman, as well as the Misses Edith Shier, Miriam Miller, Betty Ann Weintraub and Gertrude Carnovsky. Miss Shirley Ross will furnish musical accompaniment and refreshments will be served. Dancing at the YM&WHA will conclude the event. Camp Osceola A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. A FEW MORE VACANCIES HERBERT SILVER, Director 9S0 Jefferson Ave.. Miami B'ch PHONE S-S975 Jews Abroad Ask Contact With Relatives In U. S. The Service to the Foreign Borr* of the Miami section. National Council of Jewish Women, has released a new list of persons abroad who are seeking relatives or friends in this country. Persons having information as to the whereabouts of the following should contact the Council offices at 506 Congress bldg., Miami: Ernestine Singer, abroad, is seeking Ashkowitz and sister, Sophie Katz. ILmka Wroclawska, abroad, is seeking Henry Weingarten. Sara Leiseroviteh, abroad, is seeking Mr. Schass. Cala Rapaport, abroad, is seeking Hyman Rapaport. Josef Friedman, abroad is seeking Dora Friedman. Anni Gelber, abroad, is seeking Beile Schwartz. Erna Aizic, abroad, is seeking David and Lupu Solomon. Alerman Liuster, abroad, is seeking Maria Jonson. Vera Leow, abroad, is seekirg Richard Feuerstein and Mr. Neuwald. Esther Goldstein, abroad, is seeking Isaac Eidelstein. Gustav Kamelhar, abroad, is seeking Pauline Swieca. Gertrud Schildberg. abroad, is seeking GcGorge Faetke. Ita Moll, abroad, is seeking Henry Zaltzman. Pola Rotsztajn, abroad, is seeking Mrs. George Goldberg. Obituaries ROSENBLUM Samuel Rosenblum. r,9, of IMS s. W. 16th st., died Monday. May 12. after a short illness. He came here eight years ago from llutler. Pa,, and was a member of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Miami l|. III.-W School and Junior Congregation. He is survived by his wife, Belle, three sons and two daughters. Preliminary services were conducted Tuesday by Rabbis Murray Qntuoi and Simon April at Palmer Funeral eb.i pel. The body was sent to Butler on Wednesday for burial. BINKOV James Hlnkov, 4175 Alton id., died Sunday, May 11. He came here three years ago and was in the theatre business. Survivors are his wife, Eva, and a son, Milton. Serviees were held Monday morning at Riverside Memorial chapel. The body tras sent to New York for burial. SHARBER Mrs. Mary sharber. -,c, died Wednesday in a hospital. She lived at 57S0 Alton rd., Miami Beach, and came from Hartford, Conn, a year aso. she leaves four grand-children, including Mrs. Marjorle Lerner and Jack Hlayman, Miami Beach. Services were held Thursday a) 2 p.m. at Riverside chapel with burial at Mt. Ni'bo cemetery. SHWACHMAN Philip Shwaohman, (5, died Wednesday al his residence, 536 n-th st.. Miami Beach. He came from Roxbury. Mass.. a year ago. He leaves his wife, Mrs Klla Shwachman; two VMS and two daughters. The body has heen sent to Boston by Beach Memorial chapel for services and burial. Gold Attacks Oil Tanks In 15-Point Program BOOKS WANTED Among the projects undertaken by the Jewish Home for the Aged on behalf of its residents is the equipment of a library. A suitable room in the Home has been set aside for the purpose. Its walls are lined with bookshelves and the beginnings of a library are already apparent, but many more books would be greatly welcomed. SINGLE & DOUBLE ROOMS REFINED JEWISH HOME RATES REASONABLE PHONE 9-1008 Declaring Miami Beach may some day find itself in the same position as Texas City, Tex., unless the huge gas and oil storage tanks of the Gulf Oil Corp. and the Sun Oil Co., located on Alton id., are removed, Sam Gold, candidate for city council in the June 3 election, today declared he would advocate condemning the two plants if elected. Gold, who now has a 15-point platform in his fight for a seat on the council, said that he was well aware of the fact that the big money interests who control the Gulf and Sun companies no doubt would offer stiff opposition in their battle against his proposal. "I'm for the residents of South %  Beach and not for the big money | interests." he said. "The safety I of these people is at stake and I intend to carry on their fight. "Hundreds of people have told i me they are fearful of something happening to these tanks, and after the Texas City experience can you blame them for asking me to help them in their efforts to have this menace removed from the very door steps of their homes?" B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of the University of Miami began its fourth year last Thursday night when five newly*elected officers were installed in a special candlelight ceremony under the supervision of Rabbi Albert Michels, director. President Dan Kaplan gave the oath to new officers, Myron Klarfield, president; Carol Tannen, vicepresident; Hope Tannenbaum, treasurer; Mindel Warfield, recording secretary, and Jean Fleishman, corresponding secretary. Following the installation, Rabbi Michels presented the Hillel awards of the year to the people who were outstanding in the group's activities. Recipients of the Hillel Silver Key were: Betty Alvin, social chairman; Lindy Pessin, inter-faith chairman; Warren Supovitz and Jean Fleishman, welfare chairmen; Marion Sokoloff, religious chairman; Sally Ritt, publicity chairman; Dan Kaplan, president; Herbert Goldfield and Martin Finkelstein, representatives of Alpha Epsilon Phi, winners of the Federation Fund Cup, and Morton Callowitz, treasurer. Members to receive the Book of the Year were Roslyn Perlish and Babbette Malakoff, chairmen of Hillel night; Sue Levinson, dramatic chairman; Harry Klein, forensic chairman, and Audrey Epstein, house chairman. The evening was concluded with the serving of refreshments and dancing in the Hillel patio. Hostesses were members of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon sororities. Seiden's Grand hotel. Highmount, N. Y., one of the largest summer resorts in the country, was sold this week to Alfrjd Gottesman, of Miami and Hrw York. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERINC. L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS QERBEFi LEGAL NOTICES DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL "A Vacation Paradise" Early Reservations Suggested June 1st till Oct. 1st EXCELLENT FOOD Golf : Horseback Riding A. A. GARAGE Frame and Wheel Alignment Service "STOP SHIMMY AND EXCESS TIRE WEAR" 2344 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 2-8244 ENO PACKLER, Proprietor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of WORLD WIDE IMPORTING & EXPORTING CO., at 1536 X. Miami Ave, Miami, Florida, intends to register %  aid name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida. MAURICE C. COHEN Sole Owner. U 11. I.I AM I.. PAI.I.OT, Attorney for Applicant. .V16-23-.ni t/t-lS IN THE CIUCCIT COURT OK THE 11X11 .iriMCIAI. (1IRCIIT IN AM) FOR PAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 109294 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PAULINE OORBN, Plaintiff, v. MORRIS GORBN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: I'll: MORRIS COHEN, 121 ('cut Washington Avenue Apartment 10-C New York M, New Tork You are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the BUI of Complaint lor Divorce filed against you In the above stvled cause on or before the 16th d.i\ of June? 1317: otherwise the altantlrns of said Rill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a u-,.k for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridian, a newspaper uhl.-hed in Dade County Florida HATED this 15th day of May. 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. By F. J. OOULD. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 170J Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida. 5/16-23-30 6/ Be A Good Citizen! Vote for Five on June 3 ELECT LOUIS F. 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^wnnpum PAGE SIX +Jfni$lfkriafic}f> FRIDAY. MAY 16, J unior Hadassah To Fete Mothers In observance of Mother's Day. members of the Greater Miami unit of the Junior Hadassah will present their parents with "tree certificates" at a mother-daughter tea on Sunday. May 18. at 2 p.m.. at the home of Eileen Cowen. 5050 Alton id.. Miami Beach. The certificates represent trees which each member has had planted in her mother's na forests of the Jewish National Fund in Palestine The mass planting of such trees is part %  %  : the soil redemption p. :ng carried out by the fund. Miss Rosalyn Drosd. fund chairman of the unit, explained that the presentation of the certificates is the traditional method of Mother's Day observance with the 300 chapters of Junior Hadassah in this country. An im: i sa ve e emony planned for 1 QiuxloM), (4 S^eafe* Miami ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 V.-ashingJon ave.. Miam^Bcdch Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder. Miami Bcdcn. acoi i-i Sabbath morning services at .,,,,; p re ach on the Portion of the Week. i Li -rvice fol 'rcv-.i-Ac VOUth at 9 under the supervision Junior Congregation at 10 with Mr. Max punaal Flamingo Park, prizes and 5 Sunday night at 8: .tableaux;; techwill be shown. Daily school from BB Council Chooses New Slate of Officers Students To Entertain ,At Joint Hillel Night The first annual Hillel will be presented to members of the Miami and Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodges Tuesday night. May _:C. at the Miami Beach V.M & WHA, when students of the Unity of Miami will provide an .•venmg of entertainment s.red bv Hillel Foundation President llai ulil Turk, of Hill< x : vis iry Council, will speak T i the sup.of Rabbi Mich ils, will inch •v of talent and will be i v of the Hill( I activitii the year. Ad • The Wars! Ghetto." writ: Michels. will jon. Ph: s S Jules Levinc and Herman G< Phi Epsilon Phi. Under the di tion of M • /ices 7 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. ng and dance nu I ... an y. •• .; and Arthur Sacks. A presental Mpl K Ion Phi "The U of M • %  I SI nl !• vey Li :. (;. -%  mi im ; CONSERVATIVE % %  %  V ,, ,' CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami. Kagan. L I I Rabbi Max Snapiro Rev Maurice Mamches. Thi Frida: evening services will be held at 8 : M s Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches wil tativi All n G officiati D %  %  >b H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel : i to ti 30 BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclic a/e.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph P R ar If nvCilf V Fridav Mincha 6:30 pm. followed by Maariv. Saturday services Rabl Rackovsky will speak on "The Ethics of Our at 5 p.m. Mincha at 6. followed by Shalus MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer Shi b • it 6 30 p.m Saturday services 3:30 a.m. Bai Mitzvah at that limi ol Henry Sillier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charle.Silbei Rabbi Grauer will address the young man. Saturday, i The Ethics of the Fathers" followed by Minchp S'udos Dail) services. 8:45 and 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. %  %  i David G • %  speaker. I nduct the fifth in the series "The Ethics ol lone A ; .; Ou Fathers." Myron Kraskey and Edgar Lewis, of the Junioi %  %  : • .i! conduct the responsive reading. The floral of., ide by Mr. and Mrs Abraham ECasow in hono rthday Sabbath services at 8:30 an A new board ich was chosen by the B'na B'rith Council of Greater Miami at a special elo n Sunday, Ma> I coia te 11 ne w 1; • %  I il for thi ear t was anm ; •; : T •: • %  candidate the Beach • Hadassah Constitution council, inc I rir.-sidpnt a^s-sted hv F A'hr-l The newlj fl"8 n V, t \ -.: ,, i'l he MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave.. Pallet M ftrrt vice-president ai i ',',', Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Mrs. Jenny G Ion nd ion, tl ed to K snabbas service 8:30 pjr.. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor vice president s : %  : %  ., ,,,i! officiate Saturday service it a.m. Junior congre• n secret • • %  % % %  neetn 10 a.m. Mincha at 6 19 Kaufm n v 11 crvi s ti surei %  P : %  ,: D \ ces 9 a.m and 6:30 pm The counc oeen Orthod 10 S W reorganize %  I i ti %  dinate B'n B'ril I ties Brief ai in South F da lit. rep i sent a I tal : 00 B n %  Mrs Harr> C >rd sch, will become Bar Mitzval •• '• the Sunday school on Sunday morning in thi P bi ...aided to Sunday and Hebrew school h n stud nts Conl n exi isi Sundaj evening, Maj ZS, %  • Miami ed bj Shalos S'udos. !.••:;• The installation luncheon of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood will be held Wednesday. May 21, at the Cadillac hotel, according to an announcement by Mrs. Alexander Kogan. the group's president. :': %  foil • .n of the The f new officers een et the Hadass t the Pai the H ibei t Clay hotel, Pr< II be an %  ion LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelsmer. I laj evening service at 8:15 Rabbi Kron:sh will speak on "Gentli it." Sabbath service 10:45 a.m. Larry Blasts Mitzvah. Cantoi Kelemei will sing at all nted for the Ten,pie choir. Anyone who in choral work is urged to conffice CHEF PAUL CATERING TO PARSES. WEDDI'.GS ,ind BAR MITZVAHS BLACKSTONE HOTEL DINING ROOM 800 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 58-1811 BREAKFAST—LUNCHEON SERVED REGULARLY DINNERS—EVENING PARTIES ON REQUEST REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. es at 8:15. Sabbath morning services, re. services and program will be held at 10 n foi Rabbi Zwitman tonight, Friday, May 16 M the congregation and friends are invited.' EDWARD HERR CANDIDATE FOR THE MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL His Platform Is Your Welfare! EQUALIZATION OF TAXES • LOW PRICED HOUSING YOUTH CENTER • ENFORCEMENT OF MUNICIPAL ZONING LAWS For over 12 years a successful businessman offers his candidacy for the approval oi Miami Beach Voters. Edward Herr understands the needs of his community and believes that continued growth of the Beach lies in the extension and enlargement of facilities for permanent residents. VOTE FOR EDDY HERR ON JUNE 3rd Paid Political Advertisement TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. ibi David Raab will conduct the service and •n on the subject, "When Gentlemen Agree to Be d on the book -Gentleman's Agreement," bv Laura Z. Hobsoi JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaulman, rabbi and executive director. .. T J"i IT pin Hal,I., Kaufman will speak on nferer.ee An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Mr. %  l;<\ Katz wil serve as hosts Saturday morning services Sunday May 18 A Sunday school picnic will be held a! %  %  All ca an to meet in front of the Center at XOT.UK Effective May 25. If If 7 ALL KOSHER MEAT MARKETS OF MIAMI WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY This Concerns Meat Departments Only THE KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD MARCIE LIBERMAN Marcie Liberman, Miami Beach city counrilnian since 1943. yesterday announced his candidacy for reelection June 3. Liberman. a Beach resident since 1929, is vice president and director of Mercantile N'ational Bank, an institution founded by his late father. Philip. m 193J Liberman advocates a separate post office for Miami Biaeh. improvement of the library, streets and street lighting, a police sub-station north of 41st st„ and improved recreational facilities Mizrachi Women to Meet The Mian B ich Mizrachi Women's division will meet Satui day vening 1 the last regularl;, schi dull I n of theseas >n at B"th Jac >b Congregate Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be ihe guest speaker Those present will hear reports of the organization': activities, followed by an entertainment program and serving of refreshments. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS HIVI your root repaired now; you will aave on %  new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. vV 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-SSSO c% /9/r Visit the showing of these great post-war cars at our new showroom. Open 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Daily Except Sunday Phone 4-6088 \\ IIIIIII1:1 MOTOR SUBS. IK KJUSERFRAZER AUTOMOBIlfS ond comple't '*• PONCF. DF. LEWI BLVD. AT MRU R An CORAI CABLE



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plDAY, MAY 16, 1947 *kwistncriidtiairi Federation To Weigh Reallotment of Funds allocations to various Revised will be the chief subject ,l„. budget committee of ea ter Miami Jewish FedIs to the next meetboard of directors. May 22, 8 p.m., at funds when the Oret eratio' 1 repor ing o f mi Thursday, Hal 137 N. E. 19th St.. Kaplan Miami. The original allotments were based on the sum of $1,309,000 the seal set for this year's Federation drive. Since the drive succeeded in collecting only a little over $900,000, it became necessary to revise the allocations. Most allotments will remain untouched, it was understood. Consideration of proposed changes in the by-laws and constitution of the Federation wili also be on the agenda of the meeting, which is the last to be held before the Federation's annual meeting and elections on May 27. PAGE SEVEN Pictured above are a group of Miami Hadassah women who were instrumental in collecting and packinq for shipment to Palestine two cartons of new clothing received at a recent shower held by the organization. They are Mrs. Elis Hinkes. Mrs. Morris Aron, Mrs. Fred Orbs. Mrs. Hyman C. Mosier. Mrs. Ida Hartz and Mrs. Frank Kline. Not oictured are Mrs. Harry Laufer. Mrs. David Sernaker and Mrs. Benjamin Blum. CZECH EMIGRATION TAX CALLED UNFAIR PRAGUE (JTA)— The Czechoslovak finance ministi continues to collect an "emigration" tax from the estate of property here of all persons who left the country during the German occupation, despite the fact that the ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH PARLEY Attorney General Tom C. Clark (left) and Hon Gad Frumkin. justice of the Palestine Supreme Court, were two of the featured speakers at the triennial convention of B'nai B'rith, May 11-14, in Washington. The Attorney General spoke at a gala dinner fete May 12 and Justice Frumkin, who recently arrived from the Holy Land, during the opening convention session. May 11. ^^^ Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS MILK-CREAM—ICE CREAM LFA WEST PALM BEACH MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. MiMll, C. K. Simon. Lawrence S. Faville. Fun.ral Doctor. 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 -wo" 'BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BU1LDEH& Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES •_ a -V rmint*. fMtUX STTtofl P1 B..ch County. *g~£ ~ M£?3 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUB PHONI C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Ind.pnd.nc. Road. We.t Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 yecusjn^mew law was passed b> the puppet e of the p • ati ol Bohemia and Moravia. The Jews have protested the collection of the tax, pointing >ut that it should have been abolished under a presidential decree rescinding all discriminatory passed by the pro-Nazi regime. On an appeal to the supremi •nuit. however, tintax was upleld because it theoretically applied to both Jews and non-Jews The Jews insist that they were he only large section of the population which was inn • | i igrate" to save their lives, and that therefore the tax is discriminatory, Thus far. the tax collector has not demanded payment in cases where the "emigrant" returned to Czechoslovakia after the liberation. But in one instance, the government forced payment from the heirs of a dead soldier who left the <•( untry to join the Czech army-in-exile. When a delegation from the recently concluded European conference of the World Jewish Congress called on Premier Klement Gottwald the situation was pointed out to him. The premier expressed surprise and promised to investigate. Beach to Host Parley Of Synagogues In 1948 Miami Beach will be the site >1 the 1948 conference of Southn Synagogues, it was re%  I he e by Rabbi M ises hcloff. Dr. and Mrs. M. .1 and Mrs Jack Hirsch, whi •epresented Beth Jacob Coogre(atitn and Sisterhood at this ear's | irley in Savannah. Ga.. ended Monday. Dr. Safra was elected vicedent of the synagogue council and chairman of the convention committee, and Mrs. Hirsch was named to the resolutions %  'tee and elected recording 1 lary of the group's women*! n Rabbi Mescheloff delivered the Friday nigh! conventi in lecture in Savannah, on the li pic "As the Jews View tin World." He was active on the ilutions committee and the convention committee, and deI e ed the closing address of the I nee on Monday afternoon. MRS. CLARENCE COHEN President of the American jjewish Congress, was installed at a luncheon yesterday. i AUGUST BROS R W fV is the BEST? %  *-4 The University of Miami ANNOUNCES A NEW SERIES OF EVENING COURSES Beginning June 9th and ending August 31st Accounting Aviation Business Law Cartooning Economics Engineering Drawing Government Industrial Training Journalism Mathematics Philosophy Psychology Spanish Architectural Drawing Botany Buyers' Arithmetic Education English French History Italian Machine Shop Practice Parliamentary Law Portuguese Russian Speech Weaving Registration on June 5, 6, 7 VETERANS CAN ATTEND UNDER THE G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS For further information call the DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION—4-0801 Stay through MA Y. But if you CAN'T — Be Sure to Vote Before YOU GO* FOR HAROLD TURK "Absentee ballots cannot be mailed! IF YOU'RE GOING AWAY BEFORE ELECTION DAY. JUNE 3rd, BE SURE TO CAST YOUR BALLOT AT MIAMI BEACH CITY HALL BETWEEN MAY 13th and MAY 31st. inclusive. 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PAGE EIGHT *Jewlstifh>r*f**r !" DAY, MAY 16, Social Service Bureau Okays Directors' Slate Unanimous acceptance was accorded the entire slate of nominations presented to the membership by the nominations committee of the Jewish Social Service Bureau at its last meeting on Moi day. May 12. Tn9 slate, presented by Rabbi M; X Shapiro, committee chairman, nominating the following for three-year terms on the board: Mrs. Jacob Eppstein. Fred Shochet, Max Silver. Mrs. Nat W.lliams, Harold Ungerleider. Dr. Herman Selinsky, Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Nominated for a two-year term was Leon Ell, while Mrs. Jerome Freehfing was named for one ye-ir. Directors who continue to hold office are Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Elry Stone, George Wolpert. Hyland Rifas, Irving Frankel. Mrs. Aaron Farr, Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Dr. Alex Libow, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Herbert Scher, Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Judge Harold Spaet, Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Dr. M. J. Safra. Carl Weinkle and Sidney Lefcourt. Directors already named to serve as representatives of community organizations are Mrs. Charles Tobin of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood and Mrs. Edward Levine of the Miami Service League. A group of suggested amendments was presented by the bylaws committee for consideration and reports were submitted by president Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, executive director Chas. Cohen, and Mrs. Dorothy C. Meyers, executive director of the district welfare board, who spoke on the subject: "The Legal Responsibility for Public Welfare." ATOMIC ENERGY TO BE DISCUSSED Mrs. Warriner, Liberman In Beach Council Race; All Candidates Active New interest was aroused in what is already a peppery campaign on Another in the scries of informative and controversial forums which are being sponsored by Sholcm lodge of B'nai B'rith will be the discussion on the topic: "Atomic Energy—Its Social and Economic Implications." scheduled for Monday. May 26. at the Women's Club, 17th st. and Bayshore dr. Dr. Manning J. Daucr. professor of history at the University of Florida, will be the principal speaker. The special committee on public affairs, headed by Robert B. Levin, has invited the National Committee of Atomic Scientists to send a representative to the forum, for which invitations have been extended to all educational, veterans, fraternal and civic organizations in the Miami area. Two films, one entitled "One World or None." prepared by the scientists' group, and a War Department picture entitled "Tale of Two Cities." are to be shown following the discussion. Both deal with atomic energy. The Sholem lodge has also announced tentative plans for a dance carnival on June 1. to be held at the air-conditioned Frolics club. To date E. Albert Pallot has been designated chairman of the dance committee, while Marx Feinberg and Mrs. Jenny Gordon are in charge of ticket sales. Entertainment, refreshments and merchandise prizes will be featured at the affair. bo nd.n9-^ f0 \. F\agW St. BONDED Air Cooling Is Planned For Beth Jacob Temple Beth Jacob synagogue will be air conditioned within 90 days, if the plans of the new congregation officers are realized, it was revealed this week by Jack Satin, newly elected president. Satin, speaking at the annual installation of congregation officers, disclosed that donations are being sought to defray the expense of installing the air conditioning equipment, and that William Burbridge, councilmanic candidate, had donated $750 to the fund. Radio Station WINZ. 940 on the dial, is presenting the "Yiddish Theater of the Air." with a full selection of entertaining recordings, on Sunday mornings at 10:15. VOTE FOR WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE FOR CITY COUNCIL 12 Years of Constructive Service as a Miami Beach City Councilman justifies another term. Paid Political Advertisement Miami Beach, when a second woman. Mrs. Frances O. Warriner. qualified as a councilmanie candidate for the elections on June 3. Mrs. Warriner followed the lead of Mrs. Theresa A. (Tess) K.inter, who last week was the first of the fair sex to throw her spring hat in the ring. Mrs. Warriner is a prominent Beach realtor and has been a resident of Greater Miami for the past 14 years. Mother of three children. she is a member of the Beach realty board, the Young Democrats. Miami and Miami Beach Chambers of Commerce and other civic groups. Meanwhile. Marcie Liberman. banker and incumbent councilman, also announced his decision to run for election. His present seat was won by appointment and depended on a flip of a coin which broke a deadlock in the city council in 1943 over choosing a substitute for Mitchell Wolfson. who resigned at the time to enter the service. Qualifying also at the last minute was Edward L. Owen. Miami Beach realtor, who plans an active race. Owen makes his headquarters on Normandy Isle The week was marked by rallies and parties in honor of the 14 candidates now in the race. Maurice "Doc" Klein was feted at a rally at the Raleigh hotel on Tuesday night, while Sam Gold made political capital of his birthday party at the Albion last Friday. Incumbent Louis "Red" Snedigar, four times mayor of Miami Beach, opened campaign headquarters at 740 Washington ave., and Melvin J. Richard modestly announced the bris of his new son. Dennis Alan. Harold Turk, B'nai B'rith council president, added a plank to his platform in calling for extension of sports and playground facilities on the Beach and paid a flying visit to Washington to interview Florida legislators on their attitude toward extending veterans' hospital facilities in South Florida. According to C. W. Tomlinson. city clerk, the complete list of candidates includes William Burbudge. Sam Gold. Edward Herr. James Preston Jeffres, Theresa A. Kanter, J. C. (Jack) Kimball, Maurice (Doc) Klein, Marcie Liberman, Edward L. Owens Ralph C. Pole. Judge Melvin J Richard. Louis F. (Red) Snedigar, Harold Turk and Frances O. vVarriner. Total registration exceeded the previous number by approximately 5.500 and exceeds 15,000. Doris and Sybil Rosenbaum. twins, from Miami Beach Senio High school, representing BBG(l), were the winners oi the Rose chapter B'nai B'rith Women Debating tournament held recently at the National hotel auditorium. Pictured above Betty A. Weintrub, chairman of the affair, presentina flu plague to Gloria Farkas, president of BBG(l). The topic lor debate was "Resolved, That General Religious Education Should Be Introduced Into the Public School System." 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RIDAY. M AY 16, 1947 "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. ZJewist Florid/an PAGE NINE U T RENDS: [The American delegation at the kited Nations has been a sore Appointment to many observOperating in an almost %  teuiish fashion, the U. S. has itfered several bad defeats lth ough it had been anticipated t the American delegation ,ould set the pace for the Latinmerican bloc, and would be icked by many other nations, ihat has developed is that the I S. is carrying the ball on what :ared to be obviously Britishlonsored moves The Ameriis have created the impression it they are a tool of British dilomacy and have consequently iffered a damaging loss of pres, e The record of the U. S. Jegates in supporting the Zioncausc has been anything but d ... On the contrary, the ite Department seems at times be going out of its way to idermine the position of the wish Agency This was most arly expressed when Sen. Warm Austin declared that the jeney should be permitted to lice its views only if it were tarry understood that it did not iak for all the Jewish people the question of Palestine je attitude of the American delation has only helped to create le impression that the Soviet (legation is defending the Jewcause against attempts by the S. delegation to undermine it Observers following the tacts of the American delegation beginning to understand why United States is frequently so ^successful at international par's... It seems that the offiIs of our State Department are [t what one might call accomshed diplomats They seem rely chiefly on the fact that United States, being economic the strongest country in world, can influence other itries to follow its lead defeat suffered by the U. S. major proposals when even Jl Latin American nations against them may possibly as a lesson for our State artment in its future dealings the Palestine problem. HAULING | NOn % T R 0 S M L p a T fle SE 0 R v T 0 C 0 E 8ma W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 WANT MY MILK &tb. 1W ^J UN ECHOES: The Jewish delegation at the UN made a mighty fine impression ... Dr. Silver's speech was considered very moderate The British breathed more easily after they heard him .. They expected bitter attacks against British policy similar to those the Arab delegations made against the Jews Most of the other delegates were also pleased with the dignified and even tone in which the Jewish Agency members presented their case Significant was the fact that Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko, who expected a stronger anti-British tone, went out of his way to compliment Dr Silver on his speech at the conclusion of the session ... He also told members of the Jewish Agency delegation that he would be glad to meet with them privately ... In this respect the difference between the "neutrality" advocated by the American delegation and the "neutral" stand taken by the Soviet bloc worked in favor of the latter While the American idea of neutrality was to be firmly opposed to moves affording possible benefit to the Jews or Arabs, the Soviet idea of neutrality was to support such moves for both parties Behind the positive neutrality of the Russians and the negative neutrality of the Americans was, of course, the difference in attitude between the U. S. and USSR with regard to Britain ... The United States seemed determined to protect Britain, while Gromyko did not hesitate to embarrass Britain On the whole, the line taken bv Gromyko was "good for Jews" with the exception of his demand that an Arab country be represented on the inquiry commission • • • UN SIDELIGHTS: It can now be revealed that the Jewish Agency was not too eager to press the United Nations for a full debate on the Palestine issue at its present session ... In fact, the machinery of the Agency was not geared for a full discussion The Agency has been approaching famous American lawyers to prepare the legal aspects of its case for presentation to the UN Among those approached were James Byrnes, Charles E. Hughes and William Donovan Agency leaders were also negotiating with leaders of the American Jewish Committee and other non-Zionist groups for expansion of the Agency to include non-Zionist representatives on the executive. However, these HEADS AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE EUROPEAN OFFICE Joel David Wolfsohn, prominent government official. is leaving the Department of the Interior to become Director of European Operation* for the American Jewish Committee, which is expanding its overseas activities to furnish legal, educational and public relations aid to the stricken Jewish communities on the Continent in their effort to reconstruct Jewish life in postwar Europe. negotiations arc still pending since the American Jewish Committee did not wish to commit itself at present on a long-range Palestine policy and preferred to back the Agency at the United Nations without being represented on its executive Officials of the American Jewish Committee are now in close touch with top officials of the State Department on the Palestine issue ... At the same time, Agency executive members are in constant consultation with the American Jewish Committee and other American Jewish groups on the stand of the Agency delegation at Lake Success Read the Message on Page 12 Sinai Hospital Fund To Resume Activity With more than $2,000,000 of its $2,500,000 goal already leached, the building fund campaign in behalf of the proposed Mt. Sinai Hospital, which gave way in January, February, March and April for the 1947 Combined Jewish Appeal, will be resumed shortly and will continue until the total funds needt-d have been pledged, it was announced yesterday by Morris Klass, campaign director. Mr. Klass revealed that the board of trustees of the projected 200-bed hospital plans to commence construction of the institution within the next nine months. "The site of the hospital has not yet been chosen, but will be at a spot convenient and accessible to both Miami and Miami Beach," he said. "The action of the Miami Beach Council in offering a plot of ground to the board of trustees is recognition of the fact that the hospital will be a great asset and will add needed health resources to the community," Mr. Klass declared. "No one can state with any definiteness at the present moment, however, whether the hospital will be located in Miami or in Miami Beach." Mr. Klass also said that no decision has as yet been made by the hospital board as to the disposition of Alton Road Hospital after construction of Mt. Sinai. At present, Alton Road, a 50-bed institution, is being operated by Mt. Sinai Hospital. Hialeah Racing Dates Set Its racing dates assured by a legislative act recently passed in Tallahassee, the Hialeah Race Course this week began preparations for its 21st meeting next January 16-March 1. Under the provisions of the bill, the approval of the mid-season dates for the track by the Florida Racing Commission become little more than a formality. The measure to stabilize Florida racing was introduced by the Dade county legislative delegation and puts the allotment of racing dates for this area on the basis of revenue produced for the state by each of the three tracks involved. On Nov. 2, 1917, Great Britain issued the Balfour Declaration which stated that the British government viewed with favor the establishment in Palestine of a Jewish National Homeland, and that it would use its best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of the object. Fast Dependable EXPRESS Also STORAGE DIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 2-7339 1468 S. W. 6th Street PHILLIPS PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES Phones 3-1830 — 3-7116 2415 N. Miami Ave. (Rear) 1545 N. W. 15th AT*. "No Job Too Small or Too Large" Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor. Postal Bldg. FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED 'ft. 2-2621 Rd 8 "PMr Creek TOP SOIL 14835 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK •nd MARL. 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PAGE TEN +Je*isti ftcrldton FRIDAY, AJC Women Hear Report Of New York Board Meet Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Miami Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, who recently returned from an administration board conference of the AJC in New York, will report the proceedings of the meeting at a luncheon to be held at her home. 3168 Prairie ave.. Miami Beach, on Monday. May 19. Among the invited guests will be the members of the Miami Division board. Miss Clara Goldenberg. Mrs. Joseph Fine and Mrs Leonard Barr. vice presidents: Mrs. Frank Weiss, treasurer: Mrs Mark Kaplan, financial secretary: Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman, recording secretary: Mrs. Joseph Mondres. corresponding secretary, and trustees Mrs. Sam Kostleman and Mrs. Rose Weiss Other guests will be Mrs. Clarence Cohn. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Hannah Grossman and Mrs. Morris Weinberg. Wanted! Information is being sought of Bernard Willig. alias William Lamont. on behalf of his minor daughter toward whose support he has failed to contribute during the past three months, as a result of which the child, who is residing with her mother, is in dire need of his financial aid. Mr Willig. a truck driver for the post office by occupation, was born in New York on Nov. 24. 1914. He is 5 ft. 11 in. tall. w< DRIVE LEADERS PLAN NEW PHASE BLDG. CAMPAIGN Resumption of the buildinc fund campaign for Congrej Beth David! suspended for the duration of the 1947 Combined icwish Appeal, was begun last week, according to an announcement by Harry Markowitz, i nan of the d Milton S. Malakoff. publii lations director of thi G Miami Jewish Federation, lias been granted a sixty-day leave pf absence to take OVel the proii ssi nal lireel i : of the drive is $525,000 At present, approximately 000 has been pledged, Mi M ivitz said. A campaign steering com: tti has been named cons I Workers in the Beth David campaign will meet at a "bagel and lox" breakfast launching the resumption of the campaign next Sunday morning. May 18. at 10 a.m. at the Robert Clay hotel. 129 S. E. Fourth St. With approximately S200.000 in pledges already secured, leaders of the Beth David Bu Fund campaign met last Thursday at luncheon at the Towers hotel to plan the second| o. the campaign to continue until July 1. Seate J (left to right) are Rabbi Max Shapiro, sp leader of Congregation Beth David; Ben Markowitz. co-chairman, third division; R Sterling, co-chairman, second division; Max B ergman. Abe Kasow. Alexander Stiebel, 1, Rogow. executive secretary. Congregation Beth David; Ben Essen, co-chairman, first div_^, Mrs. Hazel Lehrman. campaign secretary; Max Swartz. Milton S. Malakofl. campaign dine] tor; Harry Markowitz. campaign chairman; Moe Feingold. Sidney Lefcourt and Sam Special co-chairman, special assignment division. Harry Markowitz. chairman, Ben Junior Mizrachi Women Choose New Officers A meeting on Tuesday. May 13. of the Junioi Mizrachi Women Miami at the home of Mrs Claire Landesman. 2924 %  ie ave., Miami Beach, re180 pounds, has dark brown hair. Essen L „ U!S He.man. Jacob Sh ""ed in the election of the folbrown eves, has a large brown i birthmark in the center of his back. He is alleged to be residing in Florida at the present time. Anyone aware of his loci is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau. 67 W 47th St., New York 1!), X V Sidnev Lefcourt. rnar( j sterlowing as officers of the organiling and Sam J. Spe "on Mrs I Yulish, presiFivi solicitation divisions have dent: Mr Makovsky, been named. These consist of a Blue Ribbon division .if which Informati n beini Albert Cherassv on behalf wife. Rebe ard whose support he has failed to contribute since October, Ii'44. as of which she fir.ds I -elf in great need. She is dependent upon her married daughter for aid. Albert Cherassv. a nati\ Turkey, was born on July 2. 1886, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, has I hair, grey eyes, is a counterman by occupation and is alleged U< be residing in Florida at thrent time. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 W. 47th St.. New York 19, N. Y. On June 30. 1922, the 67th Congress of the U. S. unanimously resolved "that the U. S. A. favors the estalishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people." Hai ry Markowitz and Jacob i-chairmen; % %  spei ial assignment division headed by Sidney Lefcourt and Herbert Schei and th: %  general s ilicitation dins. Thefirst division is headed by Ben Essen and Sam J Spector ,i: men nf th.' se sion are Bernard Sterling and Joseph Bermann. Jerry Alexannd Ben Markowitz head up the third division. Mr Markowitz met with the steering committee in the office if Mr. Heiman at noon yesterday to outline tentative plans for the campaign. These include a "bagel and lox" kick-off bn -Father and Child" S u n d a v M been SChedbreakfast and a thirty-fifth anniversary dinner At present, the various d:v chairmen are filling in then t< captains. Mr. Markowitz rep Actual solicitation of .. list "i p: ospei live contributors will commence in from ten days to two weeks, he predicted. %  BHHMB your me Jm3,W Tte'g&vt RALPH POLE TfOlfR COUNCILMAN This Advertisement Paid for DT Friend* vue president; Mrs M. Grauer, second vice president; Mrs. Leon Shallaway, recording secretary. and Mrs B. L. Klein, correspond %  cretary. Mis I. Slatsky was elected financial secretary and Mis. Eugene Weiss, treasurer. The cultural committee of the group will led by co-chairmen Mi s. C Landesman and Mrs. F. Tannenbaum. Mrs. M Mescheloff will .is chaplain. The junior group will sponsor, the coming i.int of nursls and ti-.i are and retation of refugee children. %  :". me< ting of the Junior 27 at the home of Mrs Yulish, 2.';7o Pine Tree dr. Pioneers' Culture Event A musical and cultural eve1 by clubs 1 and 2. n of Greater Miami, has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 20, at 8 p.m. at the Beth David auditorium. 135 N. W. Third ave. The proceeds of adit will go to the Palestine y fund. I lured artists of the affair will he Mrs. Kaufman. Mrs Manya Shubow, who will read from Sholem Aleichem; Mis Stadlan and Mrs. Gerbei Time and again President Truman has urired the admittance of 100.000 Jews into Palestine immediately. foi lr vt*ci DRINK PLENTY OF Watgr DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME %  :.:,%  %  -%  ~ CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5GALLON BOTTLE Pius Bottle Depositi PHONE 2-4128 85c 75c Kadimah Lawn Party Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organization officially ended its third year of day. May 11, at the home of Mrs. Robert Miller, 2945 S. W. 27th ter. Honoring Mother's Day, a feature of the program was the presentation of tree certificates by memactivity with a lawn party Sunbers to their mothers. Officers. board members and committee chairmen for 1947-48 were installed. Mrs. Max Shapiro was toastmistress of the affair. Dr. Glick to Study Dr. M. J. Click. Miami physician, has left Miami for; Arbor. Mich, where he is I a special post-graduate cm Dr. Glick will attend the conn tion of the American Met Association in Atlantic City, Ji 1. before returning to his pract here. We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES. NUMBERS & FACTS PSYCHIC MEDIUM will give you lucky days and numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take But to Door 901 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Col mt & Waih. Ami Hebrew Religious Supplies bl Synagogues and Priyate V| Also for Hebrew Schools, D'~EC 121D Telephone 5-1017 QUALITY SHADE <& BLIND C0.| WINDOW SHADES All Sires and Colors Made to Order While U Wo BR1SG /\YOUR OLD ROLLERS ASD SAVE 509 N. 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PAGE TWELVE vJewlstnvrkJIain .ran^MAY 16, 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 % he majority recover without crippling. Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memory of the sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this advertisement to aid you in ollowmg the precautionary rules set out above! BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO. Lejeune Rd. Coral Gables, Fla. G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. 1st St. Miami. Fla. JOSEPH LANGNER CONSTRUCTION 927 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla. RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. ROYAL PALM HOTEL On the Ocean bet. Lincoln Rd. and 15th St.. Miami Beach. Phone 5-7381 SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th St Miami, Ha. ACME SUPPLY CO. 1905 N. W. 1st Ct. Miami. Fla. MRS. R. R. COBIAN 1771 N. View Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT 3236 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla. FINCHER OLDSMOBILE MOTORS INC. 1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Ha. HERMANS VALET FRENCH CLEANERS & DYERS 1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Fla. KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION 1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK 1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, Ha. MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami. Fla. „„ M*S. W. F. ROCKWELL 5565 Pinetree Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 20th St Miami Beach. Fla. VICTOR'S Coral Way and 36th St Coral Gables, Fla. JOSEPH A. BERMAN—Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach DR. BENJAMIN COLEMAN 337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach CORSAIR HOTEL 101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach GREEN BROS.55 N. E. 24h St -"Brokers" Miami ISAAC JOFFE-Attorney BiBcayne Bldg. Miami oo, IOHN E POnTE-Attomey 927 Lincoln Road Mtaml Beach SCfflFTS COMPLETE FOOD MB 1600 Lenox Ave. Miami BeacS HANNAU STUDIO 605 Lincoln Road Mta" "* KURLAND APARTMENTS 1622 EucBd Ave. Mami B* LORA PACK-Women's ApH 639 Lincoln Road Miami B* MARTIN DRUG STORE 7005 Collins Ave. Miami Wm MIAMI COAL 4 Ott CO 1100 N. W. 22nd St. Miao" MILTON WEISS 401 Lincoln Road MlaBU



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Bgf PfflW m^zmgi MAY 16. 1947 !" FRIDAY, AMVET Recruits Inducted In a double ceremony on SatdaV M av 3 at the Poinciana Hotel 1555 Collins ave., Miami Reach Post 11, American Veterans of World War II, installed the first permanent officers of its dies' auxiliary and held a mass induction of new members. Mrs Elizabeth J. Roose, Sarasota president of the Florida department auxiliaries, presided at the installation of auxiliary officers Mrs. Sadye H. Reiner, president: Mrs. Adrienne Edlowitz. first vice president; Mrs. Edith Levin, second vice president: Mrs. Ruth Johansen, recording secretary, and Mrs.. Estelle Radlcr, treasurer. Mrs. Harriet Zalofsky, chairman of the entertainment committee, and Mrs. Shirley Goldberg, of the welfare committee, were also introduced. New members inducted into the post, who comprise the Alfred J. Rosenstein membership class, are: Harry Bacr, Jack Buckman, William J. Caccio, Julian A. Cohen, Arthur Edelblum, Jack Friedland, Leonard Gentll, Mark Hanner, Dr. Arthur Hirsch, Leonard Kalish, Bernice Klien, Dr. Leo Levin. Meyer Reiner, Henry Reinhard. Melvin Richardson, Dr. Arthur M. Rose, Dr. Erwin Rose, Rachel Rosen, Samuel Steen, Alan H. Walter and Irving Zalofsky. +Jewist Florid/an AMVETS IN INSTALLATION CEREMONY Under President Roosevelt's and President Truman's administrations resolutions were passed in both houses to the same effect BERLIN GETS FIRST RABBI SINCE 1938 NEW YORK (JTA)—Dr. Michael L. Munk left for Europe aboard the S.S. Mauretania to become the first rabbi of Berlin since pre-war days, it was announced recently by the Joint Distribution committee throug'.i whose auspices Rabbi Munk will serve in the German capital. The Republican and Democratic Party went on record in their party platforms in 1944 favoring the establishment of a Jewish National Homeland and the ultimate establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth. 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 To Review "Tin Flute" "The Tin Flute," a first novel by a talented French actress, Gabrielle Roy. will be the subject )f the last in a series of book reviews before the Miami Women's section of the AJC on Tuesday afternoon, May 20, at 2 p.m. The talk is to be given by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, who has been conducting the series, at the Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th ave. The book is described as having received wide acclaim abroad and in Canada and has won the award of the French Academy. Refreshments will follow the talk. Mr. Morris W. Wcinberg will preside. The regular monthly meeting of the Miami AJC women is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. May 21, in the scout room of the YMHA at 1:30 p.m. Chairman will be Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. LECAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In business under the fictitious name of IMPERIAL FRUIT SHIPPERS, 712 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida, and Intend t'> registei tho said fictitious name in the office <>f tho CU-rk of the Circuit Court nf Dade County, Florida. Thai the persona Interested in said business ate as follows: BENJAMIN .r. METERS, Estate by the entireties. .SARAH MEYERS, Estate by the entireties. QEORG-E OIIERTKOF. Attorney for Applicant. 6/16-23-30 6/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage, in business under ihe fictitious name of UPSTAIRS MANUFACTURER 8 OUTLET, Intends to register the said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AUSTIN H. BURKE VON ZAMFT AVON ZAMFT, Attorneys for Applicants. ;, 16-23-30 6/6-13 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 oH mortgage without strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given-no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 lAIE FEIWIUVL 34 NOBTH^TRBST AVENUE K* !" ^ INSURtOj PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, r'I/>UIDA IN CHANCERY. -No. 10909S NOTICE TO APPEAR SAMUEL HACKER and ROSA BACKER. Plaintiffs, v*. DAVID SOLO, etc., et a!.. Defendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF TO THE DEFENDANTS: DAVID SOIX). 124 S. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; THOMAS F. BARRETT, (residence unknown); TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence unknown); PENN REALTY COMPANY, a dissolved Florida Corporation, and MY Kit MUCHNICK, ALEXANDER FEIFER ami GKOROE RUEBENS, as surviving Trustees of Penn Realty Company, a dissolved Florida Corporation; And alao ALL UNKNOWN SPOUSES U!"\,5 A,r> ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS, who mav he married; And also ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES. LIENoRN, CREDITORS, EXEC V TO R S, ADMINISTRATORS, TRVSTEES. OR OTHER CLAIMA.\ TS, claiming hy, through, under "i against an> of the above named defendants win, may l>e dend and not known to bo dead or alive, or who Is or may he dissolved: And also ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES AND CLAIMANTS having or claiming any right, title or Interest in and to the property Involved In this cause, and hereinafter more particularly described as follows; toThe West 100 feet of lot 13 in Block -IB of LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION. %  -.< %  %  • %  "i-dlng to the plat thereof recorded in Plal Book 2. at page 51 of the & ,bl l 9 Is of Dade County. you 'AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an ApIie.iianee in the above styled cause before the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, at the County Court House in Miami, I Hide County. Florida, on or before the Bth day of June, 1947. to a Bill of Complaint brought against ;';'w-',-Vo A -y rKI BACKER and ROSA BAf KEIt, his wife, for the purpose of quieting and confirming the title to the above described propertv In and to the Plaintiffs, SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint f! .~ taken as confessed bv you. DATED this 8th day of May, 1947. B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade Ciountv. Florida. By F. .1 GOULD. Deputy Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) THEODORE .1. SAKoWITZ 91S Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff. a/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ,,' !" i' ss ""der the fictitious name of ROSELLE HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave., Miami Reach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HELEN CHAUSKY PAULINE ASTREN ALFRED KREISLER, Attornev for Applicants. 5/9-lfi-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS' A MAXWELL WATCH A JEWELRY REPAIR In Dade Countv. Florida. Intend to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Forida. BLANCHE TARI/J PHILIP TARLO MARX FEINBERO, Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAUL'S DRESS SHOP, at 233-35 N Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL S. GRUEN 4/1R-25 5/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage it* business under the flotltlon name Of FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242 N. E. 79th St., Miami, Forida. Inten.' to register said name with the Cler* of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVE RATZ SAMUEL Hinscn HENRY A. STEIN ISAAC JOFFE, Attornev for Applicants 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS 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 Countv. Florida. SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN MAX DUNN 5/2-9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag" in business under the fictitious nam^ of BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S. W. 27th Avenue. Miami, Florfda, intend to register said name with the Cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cbuny, Florida. WALLACE KIRK CLAIRE KIRK Petitioners MYERS. HE1MAN A 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 WASMAN A SILVER, Attorneys for Applicants. 4/25 5/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THE HOME TOWN BAKFRY, at 1127 .N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intend? to reclster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AT.PATWT BACKER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attornev fr Applicant. 3/9-16-23-30 /6 The; Anglo American Inquiry t'fpmmisftion recommended the immigration of 100.000 Jews into Palestine. The recommendations were not implemented. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious same of VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 N. W. Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. This business, formerly a partnership between Clarence J. Wallace and Samuel Flesch, Is now operated by the undersigned as sole owner SAMUEL FLESCH ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant. 5/2-9-16-23-30 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 19051 In Re: Estate of BEITLAH lRWrN, 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 anv claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Beulah Irwiti, also known as Beulah L. Irwln, deceased, late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. V,. I. Blanton, County Judge of Dado County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of tho claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date: April Sth, A.D. 1947. FINTON D. IRWIN. As Administrator of the Estate of Beulah Irwln, also known as .... .!i£ u ,ah Jj Irwln deceased. SILVER. KAPLAN, DIETZ A LA SKY. Attorneys for Administrator. •/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint the undersigned, ADOLPH BRAMS, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KNIGHT'S PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. „„ -ADOLPH BRAMS LEO SHEINER, Esn., Attorney for Applicant, 1204-05 Pacific BIdg., Miami. Florida. 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING, at 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami, Fla.. Inland to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. LEONA BENNETT ANTHONY GAITO WILLIAM L PALLOT. Attorney for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-80 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nam. of SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 NW. Sth Court, Miami, Florida. Intern to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOB BERKOWITZ ARNOLD HTTRVITZ MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'ho undersigned, desiring to engage In SSSB2ML un .^? r ,ne fictitious name of QI KENS APARTMENTS A HOTEL R\'S a, i 751 Washington Ave-.-, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clr nt Court of Dade Countv, Florida. LILLIAN OIMPEL ..„_ VIVIAN GTMPEL MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants 4/I-25 5/2-9-16 NOTICJE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS, also known as SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS, at Dade County, Florid i. Intends to register said name with t)-o Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. H. LEEB. MARX FEINBERO. 8 OWn6r Attorney for Applicant. 5/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I AND D QROCERTERIAS. at 378 N. W. Fifth St.. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. IRVING S. WETNSTWTN DAVTD V. WEINSTETN SIMON HOFF A SniONHOFF, Attorneys for Applicants. 4/18-25 5/2-9-16 )



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PAGE FOURTEEN vJenistincridton Attorney General Backs Bill Easing Immigration WASHINGTON (JTA)—Attorney General Tom Clark, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee today, gave his full support to the Fellows Bill, which would grant him broad discretion in certain cases involving deportation of aliens. Clark told the committee that he was very anxious that it should design some legislation which would allow him broader discretion in adjusting the status of deserving aliens The bill would enable the Attorney General to suspend deportation in the case of an alien "of good moral character" who has in this country for five or more years or. if racially ineligible for naturalization, to remove thai if the alien has been hen .-even years or if his deportation would cause economic detriment to his dependents. Ugo Carusi, Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, told the committee that the number of aliens affected would likely be very small. He estimated that the bill would cover about 1,000 or 1.500 cases .1 yea: for the first two or three years and then decrease measurably. Clark told the i % % %  •: he thought there should statute of limitations on a volving violation of the immigration laws just as thi other offenses. He saw no reason, he said, why a man should i deportabe all his life even I ay have entered the c< illegally. The bill p: quot: numbers to legalize thi such aliens be taken from the nl yeai 's qu< ita ed out that while this would de%  from the numbei able quota numb that we woud know what %  e getting in thi if thi alien who has lived hi ready proved himself, w under the qu I could tell what an immig he ente: unl Clai k said he I • %  lion made by committei E I G ISSI tt Di • : mit the introduction ol I ills to those (ases w I i Attorney %  there was no p ovision 1 I %  '.•• %  relief Asked about test in of a representative ol the Ami Leg n. v h said his group Clatlj opposed any furthi of any sort, Clark ren ... d that he was "pretty sure" thi understand the mi f the bill and said he w talk to them about it. Cyprus Refugees Receive J.D.C. Aid; Welfare, Relief Provided by Staff of 10 Mark Rabbi's Birthday H 'ii ii ing Rubl A 1 thday. the ion foil services at I M : r H n ill be %  : d at thi i it : ..: :. I A I \ Simoi .; Vd .. %  %  RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHftltL I FINE'frttrtWtAJ, SERVICE i-7777 AMBtftiANCE SERVICE *m Washington A. VA*ml Beech BOWA*D T. NWMAf< fxutertt Olr*ctoe ABE CISENeERO, Treasurer In New Ywtk: 76th St, r.d Amsterdam Av T\\e*t are among the firl pirlures from Cyprus, Mediterranean Sale where approximately 12,000 Jewish men, women and children en route to Palestine are being detained by the ltnti-.li. For the interneea. the Joint Distribution Committee, major Ameriran agency aiding >intM* P.'* DIGNITY fuut RESPECT • our competent staff is ready to relieve you of all the details in your hour of bereavement AMBULANCE SERVICE KE OFFKULLY REMSfMT THE HAJ0R1TY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES /n/ornohon Cladl, Fwnihtd on (bourn SERVINC MIAMI BEACH 8 MIAMI Exclusively Jewish ^1*" V 2* HOUR • S \*mBltlAkct SiMVfCB j JOS. L. PLUMMER runa.r.1 Director S-SZ44 'mtmctidf C'A ( yu/ 1850 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BtA( H b Irving Blasberg. Treas. RW. Wilson, Funeral Director Temple Anniversary Jubilee Is Successful By H. A. BINDER The Temple Israel Silver Anniversary dinner, held May 4. was acclaimed by every one present, almost 400 in number, is one of the outstanding affairs in the Temple's history. The inspirational, stirring, magnetism of the appeal made by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman stimulated and aroused synagogue members to respond most generously toward a eapital Temple improvement fund. Among ihe improvements may be listed the painting and decoration of the edifice, the building of a balcony, necessary for housing a larger Temple family; the procurement of new seats, a new amplifier system, a memorial fountain, kitchen improvements and other essentials. 21.000 Jewish Refu^ nave Haven In TJ.S A Over 21.000 J t ,v, sh "'Nazism have come to the n"? ed States sinee May 2f / ^ when the first shipload '* placed persons rom Brem haven arrived in thi s country %  was reported this week by Edl Rosenberg, pre,i dent of Service for New Americans With 2,000 Jewish newc^ now arriving each month biggest job in it, history faces United Service, whose p roEram in behalf of those fading Z here u financed by the $170,000000 campaign of the United 2. %  sh Appeal for 1947, Mr. R berg pointed out. n Although the press has given most attent.on to displaced net sons coming here from American" ?K CUP nH d Z neS ,n Eu 'W under the Truman directive, he said the majority 0 f the newcomers actually arrived from other area" throughout the world. "Immigration from the American zones in Europe, amountine o some 7,000 quota and nonquota immigrants, has been oarely one-third of all Jewish arrivals during the past 11 months,Mr. Rosenberg declared "Approximately 12,500 quota ind non-quota immigrants and oersons on non-immigrant visas ?ame to the United States during hat period from Sweden, Great Britain, France, other parts of Europe outside the Americanoccupied zones, Africa, Latin America and elsewhere." From Shanghai came 2,132 nore Jews. Mr. Rosenberg said. ncluding quota and non-quota m migrants, persons on temporary ,-isas and transients. Workmen's Circle Club To Hear L. Rosenstein Leiser Rosenstein, noted interpreter of Yiddish songs and folk 'ore, will be the featured soloist in a concert sponsored by the vomen's club of Branch 692, Workmen's Circle, at the organization's Lyceum. 25 Washington ave., Saturday. May 17, at 8 p.m. Admission to the concert will be fifty cents. The club has invited members and friends to attend its meeting on Monday. May 19. at the Lyceum, to hear a report on the season's activities of the group. The meeting will be highlighted by a buffet supper chairmaned by Mrs. Leon Elkin. Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phona 2-7439 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machlei, 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 Phone 9-2664. 4-5928 or 9-14S* PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E.E.CABTER.FunrUDUe w A Frtond In Weed" I00i W. n*0\J PHONE 9 2884 *• i..< M % > i,a,ii^.i*Mi*rf.i m i'ii



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AWAY. MAY 16, 1947 IN THE MAIL +Mnlsti farldHan PAGE FIFTEEN To The Editor, Dear Sir: The proposal suggested by the African delegate to the United Nations limiting representation 0 committee hearings in the delate of the Palestine problem, is the nearest step towards the denial of free speech; and it is not ,he American way. How can the lews justify their cause to the mbly if they are limited in 5 expression of thought? It sounds stupid and prejudiced right from the very start. The %  h ciiminals of Nazi Germany who were guilty of horrible atrocities were given a full anB fair hearing. Whv then, deny a full and fair hearing to the Jews? If the Jews are being given an opportunity to present their case. W hy should their voices be lim' when the delegates of India reopened the Palestine debate with a plea to give the Jews a fall voice in the proceedings at the general assembly of the Inited Nations, it was just simple evidence that "one bleeding heart feels for the other" from a people who have been oppressed for centuries by outside sources and influences. When our great American emancipator, Abraham Lincoln, uttered his words of wisdom that referred to all races, all colors, all religions, all over the world. Peace on earth and good will to men, was likewise intended to include all human beings the world over, regardless of peographical location, and all races, colors and creeds. If the United Nations are the builders of the future peace for the entire world, they should pattern their program after that of that great American, Abraham Lincoln, that all men were created equal and should be given equal rights and recognition, or we win never have peace on earth and there will I never be good will amongst men. It is downright hypocrisy on the part of the British government to have strings attached to the decision to be rendered by the United Nations, by declaring that they (Britain) reserve the right to veto the decision of the United Nations in the event it does not meet with their approval. In other words, it's the old coin game of heads I win, tails you lose. The gallant struggle for a homeland that the Jews are fighting for in Palestine is no different than that put up by George Washington to break away from British bondage and domination, so that we who live today can enjoy a freedom that would otherwise have been denied us. The British government has utterly failed to live up to the Balfour Declaration and the mandate after World War I. It must be definitely recognized by the world at large that the Jews in Palestine as well as every other part of the world, are not begging for charity and do not invite sympathy. All they ask for is justice in the true sense of the word, and a voice in world affairs, in exchange for which they will contribute their full share of their wisdom and culture to help mankind make this a happier and better world to live in for all races, col6rs and religions. Jews have sacrificed their lives before for a just cause and they will not hestitate to make sacrifices again and again if It will help mankind. Their lives may be taken in their efforts to make life worthwhile but their integrity, never' There will never be peace on earth and good will to men until and unless every race, every color and every religion is freed from the bondage of powergrasping governments in any part of the world where oil is of greater value than human beings. The Jews the world over are following in the steps of that great American patriot, Patrick Henry, who so wisely and bravely said "give me liberty or give me death." Very truly yours, CLAUDE D. ARMSTRONG. Miami Beach, Fla. Florida—The Sunshine Stateis primarily interested in merchandising Bunlight, "Sunlit hours" are of such a premium that in many states. even during the longest days of the year, time is advanced one hour. We Floridians, engaged in the business of selling sunshine and its accompanying advantages, should, in my opinion, create our own year-round "Florida Time" by permanently advancing our time by one hour. Such action by the citizens of Florida would create an invaluable promotional aid for the merchandising of our year-round recreational advantages of "fun in the sun." Our customers and ourselves could have greater utility from our "sunlit hours." Permanently advanced "Florida Time" would eliminate the seasonal controversy and confusion of moving from one time to another, It would simply establish "Florida Time" in the same recognized categories as Eastern Time, Central Time. Mountain Time and Pacific Time. Promotionally acute Floridians insist that Florida must lead the nation with its state promotional program, Our partnership with the sun suggests to me thai Florida should be the first to gn et ii each day of the year. The advantages of 'Florida Time" justify the temporary inconveniences of adjusting ourselves to Us schedule. Yours very truly, J. T. LARIMORE. Miami Laundry Co, P. O. Box 21(1(1 Miami. Florida. • THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM Southern Florida Chapter May 12, L947. Mr. Fred Shochet The Jewish Ploridian 120 N.E. Sixth St Miami. Florida I tried to reach you a few times but evidently you didn't get my message. What I wanted to tell you was that I am disappointed in your not reporting any portion of the releases that I sent you on important matters concerning Jews. You are principally serving the readers of Jewish news. Don't you think that all the news concerning the Palestine situation should be put before your'readers? You and I have always thought alike about discrimination. Wouldn't you say that your publication is discriminating in this respect. Be wise and show both sides of an issue—be a part of free press. Sincerely, BF.NJ. E. BRONSTON. B.B. Women's Supreme Council Installs New Officers Installation oi new officers brought the 7th annual meeting of the B'nai E'rith Women's Supreme Council to a close in Washington Shown above at the installation ceremonies are (seated, left to riqht) Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, Washington, D. C 2nd vice president; Mrs. Ida Cook Farber, New York, pas president: Mrs. Abram Orlow, Philadelphia, president; Mrs. Hyman C. Weisman, St. Louis, 1st vice president. (Standing, left to right) Mrs. Charles Solovich, Detroit, historian; Mrs. Max Katz, Brookline, Mass.. 3rd vice president; Mrs. Dal Si'egel. Salt Lake City, treasurer; Mrs. M. A. Temerson, Tuscaloosa, Ala., secretary. JWV Smoker Postponed tag smoker, originally scheduled by the Norman Bruce Brown Post 174. Jewish War Veterans. for May 25, has been postponed to June ,1. it was learned today, due to the concurrence of tinoriginal date with Shevuoth. Members of the post ap ilogized >r their oversight in originally scheduling the event on a religious holiday, when the error was brought to then attention. The affair will take place at at the Red Bam club, N. W. 79th st. and 37th ave, Proceeds of the event •vill go toward the erection of a new home. In 1939, Great Britain adopt) d the White Paper. Undo: this policy, Palestine became closed to Jewish immigration after tin 1944. Nor would Jews be permitted to buy land in P tine without the consent "I the British High Commissioner. This repudiation of the Balfour Declaration and the mandate was especially cruel in view of the inhuman persecutions by Hitler. The Jews were trapped and had no country to which they could goRUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD In W20 at San Remo fifty-two nations of the world gave the mandate over Palestine to Great Britain. Great Britain became responsible to the Permanent Mandate Commission of the League of Nations. The Mandate calls for close settlement of Jews in the land, and Great Britain's full assistance in the development of the Jewish National Homeland. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Aye. at 13tb St. Miami Beach And for your convemenc* Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. FlagJer St.. 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f rn f f,fW/^tf7 FRIDAY, MAY 1B JEWISH STATE PHILADELPHIA (JTA).—The anti-Zionist views of the American Council for Judaism were outlined here by Lessing Rosenwald, president of the organization, before the American Philosophical Society. "The anti-Zionist goal equates completely and is dependent on the democratic goal," he said. "It maintains that in a democratic world, the proposal of a Jewish state is destructive. Adherents of this philosophy, therefore, will turn for a solution to the fullest expression of democratic concepts and to a worldwide acceptance of the sanctity of the individual and undamental human rights." A different idea is expressed by Zionism, Rosenwald added. •'Zionism is founded on the idea that Jews are elements of a nation; that these elements suffer from a sense of 'homelessness' and will remain so unless they possess a sovereign territory of their own; that when and if such sovereign territory were acquired, the problem of Jews would be substantially solved. The national element of Zionism is thus basic "Grant the nationalist's premise that Jews are a nation," he continued, "suffering from a sense of homelessness and from a lack of a special national home, and it follows that the problem can be resolved only by the creation of a Jewish state or commonwealth. In other words, Zionism is linked to a formula for Jewish territorial sovereignty. A cording to the Zionists even tr.e most genuine and thoroughly d'-ve'.oped democracy is incapabl of solving the problems of t 1 Jews." Widespread democrc< y, Mr. Rosenwald asserted, is fi.rdamentally destruc tive of J •. ish nationalism insofar as its val ics tend to eliminate the y rmng for a separate national existence. In a letter to Secretary of State George C. Marshall, the American C >i ncil for Judaism last week vi^jrously opposed to the requ' st of the Jewish Agency for re( ignition as a non-voting representative during consideration by the United Nations of the Palestine problem and to the formation of a Jewish State. MIAMI BEACH Better Clan Lilting* On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Hornet or Investment! B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-586* "Trustworthy Service" FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings— 9-1244 • 78-2972 High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. AH blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 Vladeck Branch Outing The women's club of Workmen's Circle, Vladeck Branch 699, Miami, has set Sunday evening, May 18, as the date for itsj spring boat ride. The event, proceeds of which will be used to build a new Lyceum for the group as well as for the benefit of displaced children in the Vladeck Home in France.' is under the chairmanship of Mrs. Morris Jacobs. Ticket >btainable at Pier 6, Miami Yacht Basin, and departure time has been set for 6 p.m. TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS' WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION ltliami is the gateway between the Americas. Our Foreign Department is the banking gateway to Inter-American trade and travel. With correspondent banks throughout the Americas, and the world ... we offer you a foreign service unlimited. Whether your interest in foreign countries is business or pleasure, the Foreign Department of your First National Bank can he a valuable service to you in all of your tanking and financial transactions. We cordially invite you to make full use of all or the services and facilities of our Foreign Department, which include: Commercial Letters of Credit -Traveler's Letters of Credit Foreign Credit Information Export and Import Collections Foreign Remittances in all parts of the world cashing drafts under Traveler's Letters of Credit Foreign Exchange Trade and Regulations information and Letters of Introduction. Aqui Se Habla Espanol Aqui Se Fala Portugea FOREIGN DEPARTMENT FOURTH FLOOR TheTirsfNalionalBank of Miami Miami-. OUtst and Lar 9 .,l Financial Institution E.t.Ui.W 1902 • 101 East FUgUr Si„.t M-... F.J...I p.,..,, „ c.„. t llo nJ F ,J„.l R „. Iy .,...


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teiMUEIIiDiPiidliigun
/>^THE JEWISH UNITYT
(frwt
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Kje20 NUMBER 20
_MIAMI18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I. S. Soviet Seen Near Palestine Accord At U N
-$-
B Meet Hears A D L
ivil Liberties Plan
l-ASHINGTON (JTA)A five-
nt program of legislative ac-
l designed to effect better pro-
Kion of civil rights was out-
led here by New York Supreme
(irt Justice Meir Steinbrink,
tonal president of the Anti-
Jamation League, addressing
. opening session of the five-
triennial convention of the
B'rith, parent body of the
Justice Steinbrink proposed
islation against discrimination
|employment and in education-
nstitutions and specifically the
nination of "quota" systems in
leges and universities; laws to
Meet the civil rights of minor-
j groups; to outlaw restrictive
Jenants in real estate deeds,
legislation making it man-
Dry to disclose the origins of
amatory literature.
I said he opposed "group libel
islation" on the grounds that
Anti-Defamntion League "is
convinced that an effective
pute can be drawn to curb this
I that will not also be a threat
freedom of bona fide discussion
public questions." Instead, he
osed laws requiring defama-
publication to disclose the
hes and addresses of the per-
responsible for their publi-
on and dissemination,
'rank Goldman, vice president
fhe B'nai B'nth, delivered the
kte of the order" message to
| meeting, pointing out that its
nbership had grown to over
up to the beginning of
|year. B'nai B'rith youth units
[the United States. Canada,
land. Australia, China, France
^Palestine, have a total mem-
ftop of 29.028, he reported.
" women's group numbers
mk Goldman
ected to Lead
I S. B'nai B'rith
* Goldman, of Boston,
was elected president
[W International Order of
P" B'rith at the closing ses-
|VVhe order' convention
1 Washington on May 15.
Ndman. an attorney, serv-
es vice-president under the
P Henry Monsky. Other
P? elecled "ere WUliam
[!' Philadelphia, vice-
aent; Benjamin Samuels,
^9o, vice-president; Sol
Portsmouth, Va.. vice-
gy Mauri Bisguyer.
*"** and Sidney Kus-
w. treasurer.
J9l from the Dade
If* wh attended the
Lodge convention
I eV d Turk- *h dis-
ecut.ve committeeman.
Mm H,eiman- vice-
"?" Ihe fith district.
''>da delegate, were
M,h' P'es,dent of h, Florida
"man t!"10"' and Motri*
yampa. Fifth diatrict
* wmmitteeman.
95,000.
Attorney General Tom Clark,
addressing the B'nai B'rith tri-
ennial convention at a dinner
session, praised the contributions
American Jews have made to the
progress and culture of this coun-
try since its founding, and prom-
ised an unending battle against
fascist groups "which would de-
stroy our unity and with it our
way of life."
At the dinner, "Justice and
Humanitarianism" awards were
presented to Secretary of State
George C. Marshall, Secretary of
War Robert P. Patterson, and Su-
preme Court Justice Robert H.
Jackson.
Sidney Kusworm, of Dayton,
Ohio, treasurer of B'nai B'rith,
who acted as chairman for the
evening meeting, praised Henry
Monsky for his work in "uniting
Israelites" through B'nai B'rith
and pointed out that, under
Monsky's leadership, the organi-
zation had performed services
that won for the group citations
from the War and Navy depart-
ments, and other government
bureaus.
3,500 HEBE URGE
U.S. PRESSURE 10
OPEN PALESTINE
More than 3.500 citizens of
Greater Miami created a stir-
ring climax to the Palestine
Action Week activities on
Thursday evening. May 8,
when, at a mass rally in Fla-
mingo Park bandshell, spon-
sored by the Zionist Emergency
Council, they overwhelmingly
approved a resolution demand-
ing that the full weight of the
United States government be
brought to bear upon Great
Britain to allow Jewish immi-
gration into Palestine.
A parade with an estimated
1,100 marchers in a demonstra-
tion displaying banners protest-
ing British dilatory tactics, pre-
ceded the mass meeting.
The resolution asserted that the
action of the British government
in bringing the Palestine issue
before the U.N. was "an empty
gesture" since Britain has refused
to bind itself to abide by the
decision of the U.N.; that Britain
has repeatedly violated its obli-
gations as mandatory ppwer over
Palestine; that the British have
imposed totalitarian measures of
suppression in the Holy Land,
and that mass deportations to
concentration camps in Cyprus
constitute violations of the At-
lantic charter.
Speakers at the rally included
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, Burnett Roth, state
senior vice commander of the
JWV; Rev. Rex Wilkes. St.
Stephens Episcopal church; Cir-
cuit Judge Ross Williams and
many others. Harry Simonhoff
presided, and musical numbers
were rendered by the Jewish
People's Folk chorus, under the
direction of Leon Powetsky.
PARLEY OF-
VOTES EXTENSION
OF CENTER IRK
PITTSBURGH (JTA)The
three-day annual meeting of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
concluded here with the adoption
of resolutions drawn from a 21-
point comprehensive report
based on a year-long survey of
Jewish center and JWB work
prepared by 35 prominent Jew-
ish educators and communal
leaders.
The report defined the function
of the Jewish centers as follows:
to serve as an agency of Jewish
identification and Jewish inte-
gration, and as an agency of per-
sonality development, to provide
a dynamic and flexible program
of service in the fields of recrea-
tion and informal education for
the entire Jewish community to
further the democratic way of
life, and to assist in the integra-
tion of the individual Jew, as
well as of the Jewish group, into
the total American community.
The sum of $26,000,000 has been
raised or is in process of being
raised by Jewish community cen-
ters in 117 communities of the
United States and Canada for new
or improved buildings and facili-
ties to meet a postwar demand
for community-wide Jewish cul-
tural and youth programs, re-
flecting an upsurge of interest in
the Jewish community center
movement, it was reported to the
meeting.
The delegates recommended
that the JWB, as "the qualified
agency for service to the armed
forces," continue to provide for
the religious and welfare needs
of Jews in the armed forces and
in Veterans Administration fa-
cilities; that a committee be
named to examine the desira-
bility of establishing a nation-
wide Jewish physical and health
education council and a Jewish
cultural council, that considera-
tion be given to the possibility of
establishing a JWB "Book Club"
under the sponsorship of the Jew-
ish Book Council, with suitable
volumes to be published or dis-
tributed in cooperation with oth-
er organizations, notably the Jew-
ish Publication Society of Amer-
ica.
Another recommendation called
for membership and participa-
tion in Jewish centers to be open
to "all inhabitants of the local
community without distinction as
to race, color or creed." How-
ever, the recommendation stress-
es; "it should be clear that the
Jewish center is an agency main-
tained for the specialized needs of
the Jewish spiritual and cultural
group and that the primary em-
phasis of its program is upon
Jewish content."
Frank L. Weil, New York City
attorney, was re-elected presi-
dent, to serve an eighth term, and
Mrs Felix M. Warburg, also of
New York, was re-elected honor-
ary vice-president. Dr. David
He Sola Pool, spiritual leader of
the Spanish and Portuguese syna-
"3> The United Nations general
assembly met Thursday for final
approval of the Palestine inquiry
commission heartened by the
similarity of American and Rus-
sian views on the future of the
Holy Land and with hopes for
immediate adjournment of the
special session on Palestine.
Neutral diplomats among the 55
nations in the assembly found
some hope for Soviet-American
accord in Russia's demand for an
independent Arab-Jewish state,
or if that is impossible, partition
of Palestine.
The nearest thing to official
policy suggested by the United
States tended toward partition,
with increased Jewish immigra-
tion. However, American offi-
cials said they had no intention
of breaking their current silence
on the Holy Land for comment
on the Russian demand.
Britain, chief target of the
Soviet call for an immediate end
of its Palestine mandate, also re-
mained silent.
Saudi Arabia asked for the as-
sembly floor as the last of the five
Arab states to express anger at
the way the inquiry has been
launched and to reserve its right
to do as it pleased no matter what
solution the UN may recommend.
Soviet Russia recommended
creation of an independent Jew-
ish-Arab government for Pales-
tine.
Coupling the suggestion with a
E
|I CI^ w- *- -
New York City and
Shman of the JWB Religious
(Continued on Page i)
s
OF HILLEL SILVER
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)In an
impressive half-hour address,
which pleased most of the United
Nations delegates because of its
moderate tone, but which is re-
ported to have displeased the
Soviet bloc, which regarded it as
conciliatory to Britain, Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver outlined before a
full session of the U.N. political
committee the views of the Jew-
ish Agency with regard to the
instructions to be given to the
projected U.N. fact-finding com-
mittee on Palestine.
This was the first official ap-
pearance of the Jewish Agency
before the United Nations. Dr.
Silver, heading a seven-man del-
egation, was seated at the big
horseshoe table between the dele-
gations of Cuba and Czechoslo-
vakia. Their official admission
was announced at the opening of
last Friday's morning session of
the political committee by Chair-
man Lester Pearson of Canada.
In his speech, to which the
delegates from the 55 nations lis-
tened with the utmost attention,
the American Zionist leader em-
phasized that when the Jewish
Agency speaks of a Jewish state
it does not have in mind any
racial or theocratic state, but one
which is based upon full equality
and rights for all inhabitants
without distinction "and without
domination or subjugation.'" He
advanced the following proposals
with regard to the terms of ref-
erence of the projected inquiry
committee.
1. That the inquiry commit-
tee should ask Britain for "an
(Continued on Page 4)
vigorous attack on Britain's ad-
ministration of the Holy Land,
Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei
A. Gromyko told the United Na-
tions assembly that the only other
acceptable solution would be par-
tition of Palestine into separate
Jewish and Arab nations.
Gromyko took the floor to de-
liver the major Soviet speech of
the extraordinary session as it
moved toward final action set-
ting up an 11-nation inquiry com-
mission to report back Sept. 1
on the Palestine problem.
The Soviet delegate raised the
possibility of two other alternates
an Arab state or a Jewish state
but immediately ruled these out
on the grounds that they would
deny the rights of the population.
The Arab drive to have the UN
inquiry committee instructed to
study the independence of Pales-
tine collapsed when the political
and security committee voted 29
to 14 to completely delete any
reference to the question of in-
dependence from the inquiry
group's terms of reference.
The vote came after the politi-
cal committee had unsuccessfully
sought to reconcile seven differ-
ent resolutions covering the issue
of independence. The Arab dele-
gates and the Soviet bloc voted
against the deletion. Poland was
among the 12 nations abstaining.
The motion for deletion was made
by France and supported by the
United States.
Earlier, David Ben Gurion,
chairman of the Jewish Agency
executive, in testimony before the
committee advocated the estab-
lishment of a Jewish state, while
Emil Ghoury, speaking for the
Palestine Arab Higher committee,
demanded immediate independ-
ence for Palestine and an end to
Jewish immigration. Moshe Sher-
tok, political chief of the Jewish
Agency pleaded for unlimited im-
migration when he presented re-
plies to the questions posed to Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver last week by
several of the delegates. Shertok
also presented the Agency view
on the composition of the inquiry
committee.
Dr. Weizmann May
Address UN in Sept.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Al-
though Dr. Chaim Weizmann
will not represent the Jewish
Agency at the United Nations
during ihe special session of
the general assembly, the possi-
bility of his acting as the Zion-
ist spokesman when the next
regular session of ihe assem-
bly is held in September has
not been ruled out. ii is learned.
It now appears thai Dr.
Weizmann was asked by ihe
Agency executive to go to New
York and speak for the Zion-
ists at the special assembly,
but declined on ihe ground
thai he was unable io do so on
the short notice given him.
However, he did not exclude
the possibility of appearing be-
fore ihe U.N. in September.
BRITISH POLICEMEN KILLED
JERUSALEM (JTA)Two
British policemen were killed this
week in a new outbreak of viol-
ence. The Stern group has as-
sumed responsibility for the at-
tack.


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Miss Berkowitz Engaged,
Will Wed Newark Man
The engagement of Miss Mil-
dred Pearl Berkowitz. da.
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berk
long time residents, 701 S W.
27th rd.. to Leo Braverman, of
Newark. N. J.. was announced
recently at the home of his par-
Pearl Gold Betrothed
To Bernard Silverblatt
The betrothal .if -''
Gold to Bernard M S
has be
M an I Mrs
(old, of 431 N W
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ents. Mr. ;.nd Mrs Max Bi
man.
Mis Bi :owitz
Miami Sen. r Hig
tnerly attended the sity of
.. She is treasui
Emanon Club of the VM &
YWHA and presid nt of the
Emma I- zai us Club. BBG
Mr B rn n n el his I i
ned in Mian i
[or I luring 1
Is thi t B.S. f
;. V irk unit
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an I is tudying
for his m
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No da' t been set f
the wedding
ZION UNVEILING
The unvi
to the mi of '' -
Clara H Zion held S in-
day, May 18. at 3:30 p.m. on the
Jewish ectioi Wood
Park cemetery. R : Sha-
piro of Beth David will ofl
at the ceremoi e be-
ing arranged by Sidney H Pal-
mer of the Miami M nui ent Co.
Friends and relative quot-
ed to attend
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Personally Speaking
Mr. Max Greenberg has returned from a visit to Rochester.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin are celebrating their 25thiwed
rsary this month with a trip to Cuba. Mr.Sootin
sa5.- of he board of Beth David synagogue while Mrs.
Sooto tawcretar, ol the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer
Women.
Sandra Gay. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bloom. 40 S. W.
30th rd.. will celebrate her 13th birthday on Sunday at a party
for a group of friends at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Andron. 3447 Chase ave are the proud
parents of a baby airl. Nancy Rose, who was born on May 6
' Ml and Mrs. Sam Blank and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
have just returned to Miami after four weeks' vacation in Hot
Springs. Ark.
Mr. William Shayne has returned from a brief visit to Cuba.
Miss Bernice Docks was recently "tapped" by Nu Kappa
Tau wo-nan's honor society, and Theta Alpha Phi. honorary
dramatic society, at the University of Miami. Bernice is also
president of Sigma Delta Pi. national Spanish honor fraternity.
M' and Mrs. Henry Shier are in the midst of preparations for
the marriage of their daughter, Edith, to Bernard Applebaum,
or. June 8.
Mr Michael Augustine, Mrs. Carinne Cohn, Mrs. Robert
Rosenberg. Dan Kaplan, Marinn Goldstein, Richard E. Gerstein
and Stanley Levin are among the Miamians who have taken
ccbanas at the Versailles for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goodman have been hosts the past week
to two visitors from Chattanooga, Ben Block and Harry Dene-
man.
Blasberg Bar Mit^
The bar mitevah f ,K 1
Larry, at the Te.-r,ple >
lorn 4144 ChasePavrhMH
Beach, tomorrow mor ,' M
17. was announced u>dt ^1
and Mrs. Irvine bKk ^ *l
LaGorce dr. 'aSber8 ttsl
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MIAMI STORE. MEN'S FUR-
NISHINGS, STREET HTjOOR
Hadassah Professionals
Plan Musical Evening
public
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AVC Wives Hear Speaker
Mrs Sidney Horn, of the Jew-
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the guest speaker at the Thurs-
day night meeting of the wom-
!P."a auxiliary of Miami chaptei
No. 1. American Veterans Com-
mittee Mrs Horn spoke on
V eteran Hospital Work." a sub-
ject which led to an informative
liscussion on the part of those
p esenl Mrs William Zucker-
ii.an was delegated to head ;>
committee of AVC women to in-
vestigate and plan future work
,n the veterans' hospitals of the
area.
IT ASBESTOS
TABLE MATS
The Coral Gables Jewish
Center announces a covered
dish and social evening at the
Hillel House in Coral Gables,
Sunday, May 18.
Beach dance orchestra.
After a reception at the San
Juan restaurant, the couple left
for a brief honeymoon in Havana
They will settle in Miami Bead1
on their return.
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Meets to Honor Mothers
A tribute tn the mothers of aril
among its members will be tl|
keynote at the next meeting i
.he Miami Beach Jewish 0*
munity Center Sisterhood, to I
held at the Center, 14th st.
Euclid ave. at 8 p.m. Moo
May 19.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. prop
director, has scheduled a
of speakers ;. m Jewish yo
organizations, who will addn
the meeting. Among them
Miss Janet Deborah Spitzer.v|
president of Gems chapter. B'ul
B'rith Gnls: Miss Civie ApfdJ
secretary of the youth chaptt
Anie: ii an Jewish Congress.
Miss Natalie Sandra Fran
president of the Southeast!
region. Junior Hadassah.
Also scheduled for the meeti
S an election of new officersy|
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*Je*lsl)fkrldfor>
zish Education Board
James New Committees
sl 0f committees, appointed
L conduct the diverse activities
L the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
P vv,n hv submitted by Max
Ceiicl. president of the bureau,
, board meeting at his home.
444 pA ave.. Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, May 21.
Louis Hennan, honorary presi-
dent of *e board, will be pre-
Utcd will' ;i scroll of honor and
lcw officer of the organization
k-,11 be installed.
|The committees chosen by Meisel
Adult Education, E. Hur-
Uto, chairman; Mrs. M. W. Wein-
crg. Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. E
ger, Mrs. J- Belov. Mrs. L
Blasser. Mrs. E. Eichenbaum, Dr
t Queen, M. Schlafrock, Mrs. A
Jonn, Mrs. L. Wolk.
Budget and Finance, Mrs. M
Ratner. chairman; Donald Lc-
figne, Lou Heiman, Leon Kap-
in.
Curriculum, Rabbi M. Shapiro,
hairman: Rabbi M. Grauer, Rab-
L Kronish, Rabbi I. Lehrman.
jtabbi J. E. Rackovsky, Rabbi C
Jwitman. Rabbi M. Mescheloff.
Stadlan.
Extension activities, Dr. David
idron. chairman; Dr. M. J.
fra. Benjamin Meyers.
Inter-school committee, Mrs.
eon Ell. chairman; E. Levine.
lb* H. Cohen. Mrs. F. Newman,
Ruth Glatt.
Publicity, Mrs. A. Mamlet.
t man; Mrs. E. Weinstein. Mrs.
Freefield.
Personnel. Rabbi I. Lehrman.
Diairman; Louis Heiman, Max
Eli Hurwitz, David Isen.
M Ratner, Mrs. N. Jacobs.
Library, H. Simonhoff, chair-
nan; Liu:s Heiman, Dr. M. A.
[.ipkind. Rabbi M. Shapiro.
Teachers committee, Rabbi L.
tronish, chairman; D. Isen, D.
Freedman, Mrs. N. Jacobs.
Youth committee, S. A. Good-
nan, chairman; Mrs. B. Qlasser,
. Sootin, Mrs S. Richman, Rab-
A. Michels.
New Officers Preside
Mrs. Louis J. Golden, newly
elected president <>t the Holly-
wood Jewish Community Center
ladies' auxiliary, conducted her
first meeting Tuesday. May 6, in
which she extended a message of
welcome to the membership.
Plans were formulated at the
meeting for a Fathers' Day affair
to be held June 15 at the center,
which will be prepared by Mrs.
Lou Kravitz. Mrs. Selma Nimitt
Miss Ruth Bobrow, Mrs. Joseph
Baum and Mis. Ted J. Sorin.
Mrs. Golden appointed the fol-
lowing as committee chairmen:
House committee. Mrs. Ilsa Mann-
heim and Mrs. Selma Nimitz;
fund raising. Mis. I. Orgel Mrs.
M. Wohl and Mis D. Feldman;
Sunshine fund. Mis. J. Gold-
Membership. Mis. A. Sim ns and
Mrs-. T. Sorin, publicity.
Mrs. Sam Kaplan was wel-
comed as a new member and Mrs.
Harold Weiss as a guest.
Ileisel,
Plan AVC Bingo Party
The women's auxiliary of the
Miami chapter No. 1, American
Veterans Committee, has an-
nounced plans for a bingo party
Monday night. May 19. at 8 p.m.
at the game room of the Crescent
hotel. 1420 Ocean dr.. Miami
Beach. The proceeds are to be
used to send delegates to the
AVC national convention in Mil-
waukee in June.
Mrs. Joseph Cravitt. chairman
of the party committee, is assist-
ed bv Mrs. William Karo. Mrs.
Harold Bamberg. Miss Lee Aron-
off and Miss Barbara Berger. The
public is invited to attend.
Since I'M,';, every president of
he United Stales has expressed
jii approval of the Jewish Na-
ponal Homeland in Palestine.
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f jYoung Adults
To Hold Dance
At Beach Tonight
A mass turnout of the member-
ship of eight organizations com-
prising the Jewish Young Adult
Council of Miami Beach is ex-
pected tonight. May 17, at 8 p.m.,
when that organization takes over
the Raleigh hotel pool, cabanas
and lounge for its gala charity
swim-dance and water show.
The Young People's League of
the Center, the 41st Street Fra-
lority, Over 21 Club, the Jewish
People's Fraternal Order. B'nai
B'rith Young Men. Rose Chapter.
Emma Lazarus, and Masada have
all been involved in a protracted
drive to make the affair a suc-
cess. Tickets at S3.00, tax in-
cluded, will be on sale at the
door. Facilities of the Raleigh
have been donated to the council
by Sam Rivkind of the hotel man-
agement.
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Thursday night on Miami Beach. Local organizations pro-
tested against British actions in Palestine and urged President
Truman to use pressure to force Britain to open the Holy
Land to Jewish immigration.
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"The Bonds of Understanding
Between Men in War and Peace"
will be the topic of a talk to be
given by Robert E. Hirschhorn at
the i gular Friday luncheon club
meeting of the Sholcm lodge,
B'nai B'rith. at the Downtown
Club, Seybold Arcade, this after-
noon at 12:15.
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FRIDAY,
Editorial
THE HATE MONGERS IN AMERICA
A report made public last week by the B'nai" B'rith Anti-
Defamation League contained the revelation that organized
anti-Semitism, on a nation-wide basis, had "shown a lack of
marked strength since V-J Day." The report was based on a
survey made in 1946 by the league's 18 regional offices in sev-
eral hundred cities and rural areas.
Naturally, we were delighted to learn that an enlightened
public opinion had checked the nation-wide tinge that the vari-
ous anti-Semitic organizations were rapidly assuming. But, at
the same time, we were keenly disappointed when we noted
some of America's leading newspapers carrying the item under
such headlines as "Survey Finds Drop In Anti-Semitism. Nc
Organized Anti-Semitism' Is Found Here" and similarly mis-
leading titles. The truth is, as a careful reading of the report
shows, that there are dangerous anti-Semitic pockets through-
out the country, particularly in the South. Furthermore, the '
report shows that the 10,000,000 American war veterans are
being bombarded wit hate propaganda by the domestic rabble-
rousers, that the hate mongers are as "bold and articulate as
ever," that there has been an increase in discrimination against
Jews in employment and in restrictive housing covenants, that
colleges and universities are discriminating against Jews and
other minority groups despite the focusing of public attention j
on those evils, that hotel and resort owners have been able to
Circumvent legislation against discriminatory practices and that
forty-seven publications, apart from brochures, leaflets and pam-
phlets, aimed at spreading anti-Semitism and bigotry, are still
circulating in the country.
The picture, as depicted by the ADL report, is not an en-
couraging one. However, the suggestion of positive action as
an effective antidote to hate propaganda is a step in the right
direction. Also impressive is the note of vigilance the report
strikes.
COMMUNISM AND THE AJ CONGRESS
The American Jewish Congress has been under attack by
reactionary and pseudo-proqressive qroups and publications for
its failure to join the anti-Communist and anti-Soviet hysteria
now sweeping this country. Because we refuse to build our
program and activities on the assumption that Communism is
this country's greatest menace, Conqress has been accused of
Communist-domination and Communist infiltration. The famil-
iar tissue of whole lies, half truths, remarks wrung completely
out of context, flimsy circumstantial evidence and the supposed
sins of two or three members of an administrative committee
of over 225 members has been woven to support these charges.
Silenced for some weeks by a forthright and categorical con-
demnation in these columns of the official Communist party
position and Jewish affairs, our frenzied critics now Insist that
that statement was simply a tongue-in-cheek performance.
Utterly unable to find any proof of their claims in Congress'
policies, they have launched a vicious campaign of character
assassination in the pages of such organs of the retired liberals
as the New Leader.
Our position on Communism is no secret. We have con-
sistently condemned the official policy of the Soviet Union with
regard to positive Jewish living and have often sharply attacked
its position on Jewish problems throughout the world. We have
even less use for the policies of their unofficial aqents in this
country. We harbor no illusions about the sad state of political
freedom and civil liberties in the Soviet Union and we know that
so long as it maintains its political totalitarianism, no genuine
freedom will emerge. We are equally un-naive about American
Communists and we ascribe as high a rating as anyone to their
capacity for nuisance.
But we do not share the frenzy now sweeping the country
which sees the Soviet Union on the verge of aggressive warfare
and Communism as America's greatest domestic menace.
Throughout the world, wr. reqard the chief threat to peace and
security to be the failure of the great powers adequately to
smash the vestiges of fascism and nazism; to mete out justice
to the worst victims of the war; and to give full support to the
United Nations. In this country, we consider the dangers to
lie in sky-rocketing prices and the threat of economic chaos; in
concerted efforts to destroy the labor movement; and in the ease
with which so many persons and groups are being diverted
from the fight against the real foes of democracy to a crusade
against straw men. What is happening in America today has
all the symptoms of the campaiqn which buried democracy in
Europe; the attack on labor and on civil liberties; a concerted
barrage of reactionary propaganda; and a smoke-screen which
seeks to hide the real intentions of that movement and to divert
energies to far less important sectors of the struggle.
We are totally opposed to Communism and Communists.
As Jews, as Americans and as democrats, we can have no
sympathy with their program and methods. But as people who
have learned something from bitter experience, we refuse to
be trapped. We shall not spend our energies fighting nuisances
when genuine dangers abound. These groups Jewish and
otherwisewho have persuaded themselves that Communism
is this country's greatest threat are revealing an alarming
political immaturity and betraying their responsibility as de-
fenders of democracy and Jewish security. When we become
convinced by the facts that Communism in America has been
transformed from an irritation to a real menace, we shall shift
the emphasis of our activities accordingly. Meanwhile, the
American Jewish Congress intends to continue its positive fight
for a democratic America; for the extension of civil rights and
liberties for all groups; for a Jewish Commonwealth in Pales-
tine; for creative Jewish living; and for justice to our people
the world over. Sometimes we envy those persons and organi-
zations who can afford the luxury of devoting themselves to
coping with minor nuisances rather than with major problems.
We shall be glad, at any time, to suggest some much moie
constructive ventures to which they might usefully give their
energies.Congress Weekly.
TERRORISM SUBSIDES
WHILE U.N. DEBATES
JERUSALEM (J T A) Fifty
"suspected of complicity in
ist activities" were deported
this week t i a British internment
camp in Kenya, in East Africa.
the government announced this
week. The communique said that
the deportations, which were car-
ried out by aircraft, "were made
in the interest of public safety
and security "
The Irgun Zvai Leumi under-
ground radio charged that Brit-
ish, soldiers tortured and murder-
ed three of the Jewish prisoners
recaptured immediately after the
jail break at Acre prison last
Sunday. "This barbarous act will
not be forgotten nor forgiven."
the broadcast warned, fore-
shadowing new outbreaks of
violent e
The comparative lull during the
last weekattributed in some
quarters to alleged cables from
American supporters of the- ex-
tremist groups asking them to lay
low during the U.N. sessions
resulted in the military authori-
ties cancelling the order which
has made Jerusalem "out of
bounds" to British troops. Cafes.
cinemas and other places of en-
rtainment were filled with
troops. However, one roving pla-
toon went out on its own this
week and conducted searches m
i quarter populated by Oriental
Jews and later transferred its
activities to the center of the
city. The soldiers did not halt
their searches and screenings of
-by until ordered to do SO
by military headquarters.
The prisoners who escaped
from Acre offered amnesty from
Ution if they surrender be-
May 16, but none of the 2'J
Jewish liberated prisoners have
yet I iken advantage of the offer.
nor have they been apprehended
I the 160-odd Arab e.-capees
ported to have turned them-
selves in since the announcement.
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MODERATE IN TONE
(Continued from Page 1)
account of its stewardship" on
the Palestine mandate and it-
self consider this account in-
stead of wailing until Britain
submits such a report to the
assembly in September.
2. That the inquiry commis-
sion should visit Palestine
where it will be able to estab-
lish how Jewish achievements
have been of benefit to all ele-
ments of the population.
3. That while in Palestine the
inquiry commission should con-
sider the potentiality of the
country if properly developed.
4. The commission should
also inquire, while in Pales-
line, into "the real causes of
the tragic unrestrained violence
which today mars the life of
Palestine where the Jewish
pioneers came not with weap-
ons, but with tools."
5. The commission should in-
vestigate how the mandatory
has carried out its obligations
under the mandate with regard
to encouraging settlement of
Jews on the land.
6. The commission should
visit displaced persons camps
in Europe, and pending its re-
port, displaced Jews should be
allowed to immigrate in sub-
stantial numbers to Palestine.
Elaborating on the last point
Dr. Silver emphasized that the
Solution of the problem of dis-
placed persons brooks no delay.
"Immediate relaxation of the re-
strictive measures on immigra-
JWB PARLEY VOTE
AIDS CENTER WORK
(Continued from Panel)
Activities Division, was elects
vice-president. Vice-presida
named to continue in office;
Mrs. Alfred R. Bachrach. Sn
York; Lloyd*W. DinkelspieLSi
Francisco: Irving E. Dison.
Louis; Mrs. Samuel R. Glogoi
Detroit: Mrs. Walter E.
Chicago: Earl M. Loeb. Jr. Ni
York: and Donald Oberdorfa
Atlanta. Joseph H. Copen
Robert K. Raisler, both of tia
York, were re-elected treai
and assistant treasurer, re
lively, and Joseph Rosenzwai
and Ralph K. Guinzburg, also c
New York, will continue as!
rotary and assistant secretary.
At the closing session. Loui
Kraft, executive director of
JWB. received an illuminatt
scroll to mark his thirtieth ya
with the organization.
tion into Palestine and a retn
to the status which prevailed I
fore the white paper policy I
1939 was imposed will not only 1
a boon to these suffering I
beings-, but will greatly reli
the present menacing tensions I
Palestine, will wash out much!
the bitterness, and will enaN
the deliberations of the inqui
committee and of the next
sembly to be carried on *>
calmer spirit and in atmospw
of moderation and good will
said.
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rmDAY.MAY 16, 1947
BREAKFAST MEET
^JewisHnoridTiar
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI Y CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE MEETS TO PLAN ACTION Hillel Installs Chiefs
A breakfast meeting of the
caplains and worker, of the
Miami "Y" campaign will be
"eld at the "Y" Sunday morn-
ing, May 18. at 10 o clock.
Plans of the present campaign
fo.raise $92,000 will be d.s-
cussed and a report of pledges
will be given.
Over $12,000 in additional
nledgcs. from three contributors,
was raised at a meeting of the
Initial Gifts Committee of the
Miami Y Building Committee at
a luncheon held at the Down-
town Club last Tuesday, accord-
ing to W. D. Singer, chairman
of the Initial Gifts Committee.
Mr. Singer in his address to
the members of the Committee
stated that the present campaign
is for $92,000, necessary to fin-
ish and equip the new building.
Henry Jaeobson, chairman of
the Special Campaign Committee
presented Dave Brown with a
silver engraved trowel. Mr.
Brown was given the honor of
laying the cornerstone at the
ceremony on Feb. 23.
Pledge cards were distributed
among those present and the next
report meeting will be held Tues-
day at the Downtown Club.
Those present were: Max Oro-
vitz, Morris Klass, Murry Kester,
Leonard Jacobus, Henry Jacob-
son, Max Silver, Leon Kaplan,
Eugene Weiss, Larry Grossberg,
Abe Kurman, Leo Ackerman,
Dave Brown, Ben Essen, Sam
Seitlin, Maurice Grossman, Wil-
liam Singer and Sam Leff, of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
campaign director.
BBG to Receive Trophy
The Clara S. Landau Memorial
Trophy, awarded annually to the
outstanding chapter of B'nai
E'rith Girls in Greater Miami,
will be presented by Mrs. Carl
W.inkle at ceremonies on Sun-
day, May 18. at 7 p.m. at the Lear
school. 1010 West ave., Miami
Beach. Individual awards will
also be presented to the girl of
each chapter who has been most
outstanding in BBG work during
the year.
Mrs. Frank Toback will be
mistress of ceremonies, assisted
by Tina Katz and Ann Kaufman,
presidents of the ladies chapters
of B'nai B'rith; Irene Jacobs.
Sybil Kosenbaum and Gertrude
Carnovsky, the latter director of
girls' work,
A humorous musical skit, en-
titled "Leave It To The Girls."
written by Miss Carnovsky, will
be presented by the BBG advis-
ers. Participating in the skit are
Mesdames Nettie Lefkowitz.
Martha Suskind, Rose Feinberg,
Miriam Rose, Muriel Rubin, Es-
ther We inkle. Rose Toback, Ruth
Jaeobson, Elinor Catsman, Bea-
trice Finn. Elsie Shackman, and
Terry Goodman, as well as the
Misses Edith Shier, Miriam Mil-
ler, Betty Ann Weintraub and
Gertrude Carnovsky.
Miss Shirley Ross will furnish
musical accompaniment and re-
freshments will be served. Danc-
ing at the YM&WHA will con-
clude the event.
Camp Osceola
A Thoroughly Modern Camp
FOR JEWISH BOYS
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VACANCIES
HERBERT SILVER, Director
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PHONE S-S975
Jews Abroad Ask Contact
With Relatives In U. S.
The Service to the Foreign
Borr* of the Miami section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
has released a new list of per-
sons abroad who are seeking
relatives or friends in this coun-
try. Persons having information
as to the whereabouts of the fol-
lowing should contact the Coun-
cil offices at 506 Congress bldg.,
Miami:
Ernestine Singer, abroad, is
seeking Ashkowitz and sister,
Sophie Katz.
ILmka Wroclawska, abroad, is
seeking Henry Weingarten.
Sara Leiseroviteh, abroad, is
seeking Mr. Schass.
Cala Rapaport, abroad, is seek-
ing Hyman Rapaport.
Josef Friedman, abroad is seek-
ing Dora Friedman.
Anni Gelber, abroad, is seek-
ing Beile Schwartz.
Erna Aizic, abroad, is seeking
David and Lupu Solomon.
Alerman Liuster, abroad, is
seeking Maria Jonson.
Vera Leow, abroad, is seekirg
Richard Feuerstein and Mr. Neu-
wald.
Esther Goldstein, abroad, is
seeking Isaac Eidelstein.
Gustav Kamelhar, abroad, is
seeking Pauline Swieca.
Gertrud Schildberg. abroad, is
seeking GcGorge Faetke.
Ita Moll, abroad, is seeking
Henry Zaltzman.
Pola Rotsztajn, abroad, is seek-
ing Mrs. George Goldberg.
Obituaries
ROSENBLUM
Samuel Rosenblum. r,9, of ims s.
W. 16th st., died Monday. May 12.
after a short illness. He came here
eight years ago from llutler. Pa,, and
was a member of Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation and the Miami
l|. Iii.-w School and Junior Congrega-
tion. He is survived by his wife,
Belle, three sons and two daughters.
Preliminary services were conducted
Tuesday by Rabbis Murray Qntuoi
and Simon April at Palmer Funeral
eb.i pel. The body was sent to Butler
on Wednesday for burial.
BINKOV
James Hlnkov, 4175 Alton id., died
Sunday, May 11. He came here three
years ago and was in the theatre
business. Survivors are his wife, Eva,
and a son, Milton. Serviees were held
Monday morning at Riverside Me-
morial chapel. The body tras sent
to New York for burial.
SHARBER
Mrs. Mary sharber. -,c, died Wed-
nesday in a hospital. She lived at
57S0 Alton rd., Miami Beach, and
came from Hartford, Conn, a year
aso. she leaves four grand-children,
including Mrs. Marjorle Lerner and
Jack Hlayman, Miami Beach. Ser-
vices were held Thursday a) 2 p.m.
at Riverside chapel with burial at Mt.
Ni'bo cemetery.
SHWACHMAN
Philip Shwaohman, (5, died Wed-
nesday al his residence, 536 n-th st..
Miami Beach. He came from Rox-
bury. Mass.. a year ago. He leaves
his wife, Mrs Klla Shwachman; two
VMS and two daughters. The body
has heen sent to Boston by Beach
Memorial chapel for services and
burial.
Gold Attacks Oil Tanks
In 15-Point Program
BOOKS WANTED
Among the projects undertaken
by the Jewish Home for the Aged
on behalf of its residents is the
equipment of a library. A suit-
able room in the Home has been
set aside for the purpose. Its
walls are lined with bookshelves
and the beginnings of a library
are already apparent, but many
more books would be greatly
welcomed. ________
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Declaring Miami Beach may
some day find itself in the same
position as Texas City, Tex., un-
less the huge gas and oil storage
tanks of the Gulf Oil Corp. and
the Sun Oil Co., located on Alton
id., are removed, Sam Gold, can-
didate for city council in the
June 3 election, today declared he
would advocate condemning the
two plants if elected.
Gold, who now has a 15-point
platform in his fight for a seat
on the council, said that he was
well aware of the fact that the big
money interests who control the
Gulf and Sun companies no doubt
would offer stiff opposition in
their battle against his proposal.'
"I'm for the residents of South
Beach and not for the big money |
interests." he said. "The safety I
of these people is at stake and I
intend to carry on their fight.
"Hundreds of people have told i
me they are fearful of something
happening to these tanks, and
after the Texas City experience
can you blame them for asking
me to help them in their efforts
to have this menace removed
from the very door steps of their
homes?"
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
of the University of Miami be-
gan its fourth year last Thurs-
day night when five newly*elect-
ed officers were installed in a
special candlelight ceremony un-
der the supervision of Rabbi Al-
bert Michels, director. President
Dan Kaplan gave the oath to
new officers, Myron Klarfield,
president; Carol Tannen, vice-
president; Hope Tannenbaum,
treasurer; Mindel Warfield, re-
cording secretary, and Jean
Fleishman, corresponding secre-
tary.
Following the installation, Rab-
bi Michels presented the Hillel
awards of the year to the people
who were outstanding in the
group's activities. Recipients of
the Hillel Silver Key were: Betty
Alvin, social chairman; Lindy
Pessin, inter-faith chairman;
Warren Supovitz and Jean Fleish-
man, welfare chairmen; Marion
Sokoloff, religious chairman;
Sally Ritt, publicity chairman;
Dan Kaplan, president; Herbert
Goldfield and Martin Finkelstein,
representatives of Alpha Epsilon
Phi, winners of the Federation
Fund Cup, and Morton Callowitz,
treasurer. Members to receive
the Book of the Year were Roslyn
Perlish and Babbette Malakoff,
chairmen of Hillel night; Sue
Levinson, dramatic chairman;
Harry Klein, forensic chairman,
and Audrey Epstein, house chair-
man.
The evening was concluded with
the serving of refreshments and
dancing in the Hillel patio. Host-
esses were members of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi and Delta Phi Epsilon
sororities.
Seiden's Grand hotel. High-
mount, N. Y., one of the largest
summer resorts in the country,
was sold this week to Alfrjd
Gottesman, of Miami and Hrw
York.
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Early Reservations Suggested
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business under the fictitious name of
WORLD WIDE IMPORTING & EX-
PORTING CO., at 1536 X. Miami Ave,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
aid name with tho Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Pade County, Florida.
MAURICE C. COHEN
Sole Owner.
U 11. I.I AM I.. PAI.I.OT,
Attorney for Applicant.
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IN THE CIUCCIT COURT OK THE
11X11 .iriMCIAI. (1IRCIIT IN AM)
FOR PAPE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No. 109294
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
PAULINE OORBN,
Plaintiff,
v.
MORRIS GORBN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
I'll: MORRIS COHEN,
121 ('cut Washington Avenue
Apartment 10-C
New York M, New Tork
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the BUI of Complaint lor
Divorce filed against you In the above
stvled cause on or before the 16th d.i\
of June? 1317: otherwise the altan-
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taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
u-,.k for four consecutive weeks In
The Jewish Floridian, a newspaper
, uhl.-hed in Dade County Florida
HATED this 15th day of May. 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By F. J. OOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
170J Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida.
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FRIDAY. MAY 16,

J
unior
Hadassah
To Fete Mothers
In observance of Mother's Day.
members of the Greater Miami
unit of the Junior Hadassah will
present their parents with "tree
certificates" at a mother-daugh-
ter tea on Sunday. May 18. at 2
p.m.. at the home of Eileen
Cowen. 5050 Alton id.. Miami
Beach.
The certificates represent trees
which each member has had
planted in her mother's na
forests of the Jewish National
Fund in Palestine The mass
planting of such trees is part :
the soil redemption p.
:ng carried out by the fund.
Miss Rosalyn Drosd. fund
chairman of the unit, explained
that the presentation of the cer-
tificates is the traditional method
of Mother's Day observance with
the 300 chapters of Junior Ha-
dassah in this country. An im-
: i sa ve e emony
planned for 1
QiuxloM), (4 S^eafe* Miami
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 V.-ashingJon ave..
Miam^Bcdch Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Miami Bcdcn. acoi i-i Sabbath morning services at
.,,,,; preach on the Portion of the Week.
i Li -rvice fol 'rcv-.i-Ac VOUth at 9 under the supervision
Junior Congregation at 10 with Mr. Max
puna- al Flamingo Park, prizes and
5 Sunday night at 8: .tableaux;; tech-
will be shown. Daily school from
BB Council Chooses
New Slate of Officers
Students To Entertain
,At Joint Hillel Night
The first annual Hillel
will be presented to members of
the Miami and Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith lodges Tuesday night. May
_:C. at the Miami Beach V.M &
WHA, when students of the Uni-
ty of Miami will provide an
.venmg of entertainment
s.red bv Hillel Foundation Pres-
ident llai ulil Turk, of Hill< x:
vis iry Council, will speak T i
the sup.- -
of Rabbi Mich ils, will inch
v of talent and will be i
v of the Hill( I activitii
the year.
Ad
The Wars! Ghetto." writ:
Michels. will
jon. Ph: s S Jules
Levinc and Herman G<
Phi Epsilon Phi.
Under the di tion of M /ices 7 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
ng and dance nu -
I
...an y. .; and Ar-
thur Sacks.
A presental Mpl K" -
Ion Phi "The U of M
I
SI nl vey
Li -
:. (;. -- mi im ;
CONSERVATIVE
''' V ,, ,' CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami.
Kagan. L I I Rabbi Max Snapiro Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Thi Frida: evening services will be held
- at 8 : M .s. Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches wil
tativi All n G officiati D >b H Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel
: i to ti 30
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclic a/e.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph
P R ar If nvCilf V
Fridav Mincha 6:30 pm. followed by Maariv. Saturday ser-
vices Rabl Rackovsky will speak on "The Ethics of Our
at 5 p.m. Mincha at 6. followed by Shalus
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W.
17th ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer
, Shi b it 6 30 p.m Saturday services 3:30 a.m. Bai
Mitzvah at that limi ol Henry Sillier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charle.-
Silbei Rabbi Grauer will address the young man. Saturday, i
The Ethics of the Fathers" followed by Minchp
S'udos Dail) services. 8:45 and 8 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
i David G speaker. I nduct the fifth in the series "The Ethics ol
lone ,A.;.; Ou Fathers." Myron Kraskey and Edgar Lewis, of the Junioi
: .i! conduct the responsive reading. The floral of-
., ide by Mr. and Mrs Abraham ECasow in hono
rthday Sabbath services at 8:30 an
A new board ich
was chosen by the B'na B'rith
Council of Greater Miami at a
special elo n Sun-
day, Ma> I co-
ia te 11 ne w 1; I
il for thi ear t
was anm ;
; : T :
candidate the Beach Hadassah Constitution
council, inc I
rir.-sidpnt a^s-sted hv F A'hr-l The newlj fl"8 '
n V,....... t\ -.: ,, i'l he MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave..
Pallet M ftrrt vice-president ai i ',',', Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Mrs. Jenny G Ion nd ion, tl ed to K snabbas service 8:30 pjr.. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor
vice president s :' : ., ,,,i! officiate Saturday service it a.m. Junior congre-
n secret neetn 10 a.m. Mincha at 6 19
Kaufm n v 11 crvi s ti surei '' P:' ,: D \ ces 9 a.m and 6:30 pm
The counc oeen Orthod 10 S W _______
reorganize I i ti
dinate B'n B'ril I ties Brief ai
in South F da lit.
rep i sent a I tal : 00 B n .
Mrs Harr> C >rd sch, will become Bar Mitzval
the Sunday school on Sunday morning in thi
P bi ...aided to Sunday and Hebrew school
h n stud nts Conl n exi isi Sundaj evening, Maj ZS,

Miami
ed bj Shalos S'udos.
!.:;
The installation luncheon of
Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood will be held Wednesday.
May 21, at the Cadillac hotel,
according to an announcement
by Mrs. Alexander Kogan. the
group's president.
. :': '

. foil
.n of the
The f new officers
een et the Hadass
t the Pai
the H ibei t Clay hotel, Pr<
II be an -
ion
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelsmer.
I laj evening service at 8:15 Rabbi Kron:sh will speak on
"Gentli it." Sabbath service 10:45 a.m. Larry Blas-
ts Mitzvah. Cantoi Kelemei will sing at all
nted for the Ten,pie choir. Anyone who
in choral work is urged to con-
ffice
CHEF PAUL CATERING TO PARSES.
WEDDI'.GS ,ind BAR MITZVAHS
BLACKSTONE HOTEL DINING ROOM
800 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 58-1811
BREAKFASTLUNCHEON SERVED REGULARLY
DINNERSEVENING PARTIES ON REQUEST
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
es at 8:15. Sabbath morning services, re-
. services and program will be held at 10
n foi Rabbi Zwitman tonight, Friday, May
16 M the congregation and friends are invited.'
EDWARD HERR
CANDIDATE FOR THE MIAMI BEACH
CITY COUNCIL
His Platform Is Your Welfare!
EQUALIZATION OF TAXES

LOW PRICED HOUSING
YOUTH CENTER

ENFORCEMENT OF MUNICIPAL ZONING LAWS
For over 12 years a successful businessman offers
his candidacy for the approval oi Miami Beach
Voters.
Edward Herr understands the needs of his com-
munity and believes that continued growth of the
Beach lies in the extension and enlargement of
facilities for permanent residents.
VOTE FOR EDDY HERR ON JUNE 3rd
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
ibi David Raab will conduct the service and
n on the subject, "When Gentlemen Agree to Be
d on the book -Gentleman's Agreement," bv
Laura Z. Hobsoi
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaulman, rabbi and executive director.
..TJ"i It pin Hal,I., Kaufman will speak on
nferer.ee An Oneg Shabbat will follow. Mr.
l;<\ Katz wil serve as hosts Saturday morning services
Sunday May 18 A Sunday school picnic will be held a!
" All ca an to meet in front of the Center at
XOT.UK
Effective May 25. If If 7
ALL
KOSHER MEAT MARKETS
OF MIAMI
WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY SUNDAY
This Concerns Meat Departments Only
THE KOSHER BUTCHERS GUILD
MARCIE LIBERMAN
Marcie Liberman, Miami
Beach city counrilnian since
1943. yesterday announced his
candidacy for reelection June 3.
Liberman. a Beach resident
since 1929, is vice president and
director of Mercantile N'ational
Bank, an institution founded by
his late father. Philip. m 193J
Liberman advocates a sepa-
rate post office for Miami
Biaeh. improvement of the li-
brary, streets and street light-
ing, a police sub-station north
of 41st st and improved recre-
ational facilities
Mizrachi Women to Meet
The Mian B ich Mizrachi
Women's division will meet Sat-
ui day vening 1 the last regu-
larl;, schi dull I n of thesea-
s >n at B"th Jac >b Congregate
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be
ihe guest speaker Those pres-
ent will hear reports of the or-
ganization': activities, followed
by an entertainment program
and serving of refreshments.
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plDAY, MAY 16, 1947
*kwistncriidtiairi
Federation To Weigh
Reallotment of Funds
allocations to various
Revised
will be the chief subject
,l. budget committee of
eater Miami Jewish Fed-
Is to the next meet-
board of directors.
May 22, 8 p.m., at
funds
when
the Oret
eratio'1 repor
ing of mi
Thursday,
Hal
137 N. E. 19th St..
Kaplan
Miami.
The original allotments were
based on the sum of $1,309,000
the seal set for this year's Fed-
eration drive. Since the drive
succeeded in collecting only a
little over $900,000, it became
necessary to revise the alloca-
tions. Most allotments will re-
main untouched, it was under-
stood.
Consideration of proposed
changes in the by-laws and con-
stitution of the Federation wili
also be on the agenda of the
meeting, which is the last to be
held before the Federation's an-
nual meeting and elections on
May 27.
PAGE SEVEN
Pictured above are a group of Miami Hadassah women who
were instrumental in collecting and packinq for shipment to
Palestine two cartons of new clothing received at a recent
shower held by the organization. They are Mrs. Elis Hinkes.
Mrs. Morris Aron, Mrs. Fred Orbs. Mrs. Hyman C. Mosier.
Mrs. Ida Hartz and Mrs. Frank Kline. Not oictured are Mrs.
Harry Laufer. Mrs. David Sernaker and Mrs. Benjamin Blum.
CZECH EMIGRATION
TAX CALLED UNFAIR
PRAGUE (JTA) The Czecho-
slovak finance ministi continues
to collect an "emigration" tax
from the estate of property here
of all persons who left the coun-
try during the German occupa-
tion, despite the fact that the
ADDRESS B'NAI B'RITH PARLEY
Attorney General Tom C. Clark (left) and Hon Gad Frumkin.
justice of the Palestine Supreme Court, were two of the
featured speakers at the triennial convention of B'nai B'rith,
May 11-14, in Washington. The Attorney General spoke
at a gala dinner fete May 12 and Justice Frumkin, who re-
cently arrived from the Holy Land, during the opening con-
vention session. May 11. ^^^
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
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MIZELL-SIMON
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LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893 -wo"
'BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BU1LDEH&
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.

SOUTHERN DAIRIES
_ a__-V rmint*. fMtUX
STTtofl P1 B..ch County. *g~
~ m?3 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUB PHONI
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Ind.pnd.nc. Road. We.t Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 yecusjn^mew
law was passed b> the puppet
e of the p ati ol
Bohemia and Moravia.
The Jews have protested the
collection of the tax, pointing >ut
that it should have been abol-
ished under a presidential decree
rescinding all discriminatory
passed by the pro-Nazi regime.
On an appeal to the supremi
nuit. however, tin- tax was up-
leld because it theoretically ap-
plied to both Jews and non-Jews
The Jews insist that they were
he only large section of the pop-
ulation which was inn | i
igrate" to save their lives, and
that therefore the tax is dis-
criminatory,
Thus far. the tax collector has
not demanded payment in cases
where the "emigrant" returned
to Czechoslovakia after the lib-
eration. But in one instance, the
government forced payment from
the heirs of a dead soldier who
left the <( untry to join the Czech
army-in-exile.
When a delegation from the
recently concluded European con-
ference of the World Jewish Con-
gress called on Premier Klement
Gottwald the situation was point-
ed out to him. The premier ex-
pressed surprise and promised to
investigate.
Beach to Host Parley
Of Synagogues In 1948
Miami Beach will be the site
>1 the 1948 conference of South-
n Synagogues, it was re-
I he e by Rabbi M ises
hcloff. Dr. and Mrs. M. .1
and Mrs Jack Hirsch, whi
epresented Beth Jacob Coogre-
(atitn and Sisterhood at this
ear's | irley in Savannah. Ga..
ended Monday.
Dr. Safra was elected vice-
dent of the synagogue coun-
cil and chairman of the conven-
tion committee, and Mrs. Hirsch
was named to the resolutions
'tee and elected recording
1 lary of the group's women*!
n Rabbi Mescheloff de-
livered the Friday nigh! conven-
ti in lecture in Savannah, on the
li pic "As the Jews View tin
World." He was active on the
ilutions committee and the
convention committee, and de-
I e ed the closing address of the
I nee on Monday afternoon.
MRS. CLARENCE COHEN
President of the American jjew-
ish Congress, was installed at a
luncheon yesterday.
i
August bros Rw
fV is the BEST? *--
4
The University of Miami
ANNOUNCES
A NEW SERIES OF EVENING COURSES
Beginning June 9th and ending August 31st
Accounting
Aviation
Business Law
Cartooning
Economics
Engineering Drawing
Government
Industrial Training
Journalism
Mathematics
Philosophy
Psychology
Spanish
Architectural Drawing
Botany
Buyers' Arithmetic
Education
English
French
History
Italian
Machine Shop Practice
Parliamentary Law
Portuguese
Russian
Speech
Weaving
Registration on June 5, 6, 7
VETERANS CAN ATTEND UNDER THE
G.I. BILL OF RIGHTS
For further information call the
DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION4-0801
Stay through MA Y. .
But if you CAN'T
Be Sure to Vote
Before YOU GO*
FOR
HAROLD
TURK
"Absentee ballots cannot be mailed!
IF YOU'RE GOING AWAY BEFORE ELECTION DAY. JUNE 3rd,
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jewlstifh>r*f**r
DAY, MAY 16,





Social Service Bureau
Okays Directors' Slate
Unanimous acceptance was ac-
corded the entire slate of nomi-
nations presented to the member-
ship by the nominations commit-
tee of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau at its last meeting on
Moi day. May 12.
Tn9 slate, presented by Rabbi
M; X Shapiro, committee chair-
man, nominating the following
for three-year terms on the
board: Mrs. Jacob Eppstein. Fred
Shochet, Max Silver. Mrs. Nat
W.lliams, Harold Ungerleider.
Dr. Herman Selinsky, Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz.
Nominated for a two-year term
was Leon Ell, while Mrs. Jerome
Freehfing was named for one
ye-ir.
Directors who continue to hold
office are Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
Elry Stone, George Wolpert. Hy-
land Rifas, Irving Frankel. Mrs.
Aaron Farr, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Dr. Alex Libow, Mrs. Stan-
ley Myers, Herbert Scher, Mrs.
Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Judge Harold Spaet, Mrs. Miriam
Sirkin, Dr. M. J. Safra. Carl
Weinkle and Sidney Lefcourt.
Directors already named to
serve as representatives of com-
munity organizations are Mrs.
Charles Tobin of the Temple Beth
Sholom Sisterhood and Mrs. Ed-
ward Levine of the Miami Service
League.
A group of suggested amend-
ments was presented by the by-
laws committee for consideration
and reports were submitted by
president Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, executive director Chas.
Cohen, and Mrs. Dorothy C.
Meyers, executive director of the
district welfare board, who spoke
on the subject: "The Legal Re-
sponsibility for Public Welfare."
ATOMIC ENERGY
TO BE DISCUSSED
Mrs. Warriner, Liberman
In Beach Council Race;
All Candidates Active
New interest was aroused in
what is already a peppery cam-
paign on
Another in the scries of in-
formative and controversial for-
ums which are being sponsored
by Sholcm lodge of B'nai B'rith
will be the discussion on the
topic: "Atomic EnergyIts So-
cial and Economic Implications."
scheduled for Monday. May 26.
at the Women's Club, 17th st. and
Bayshore dr.
Dr. Manning J. Daucr. profes-
sor of history at the University of
Florida, will be the principal
speaker. The special committee
on public affairs, headed by Rob-
ert B. Levin, has invited the
National Committee of Atomic
Scientists to send a representative
to the forum, for which invita-
tions have been extended to all
educational, veterans, fraternal
and civic organizations in the
Miami area.
Two films, one entitled "One
World or None." prepared by the
scientists' group, and a War De-
partment picture entitled "Tale
of Two Cities." are to be shown
following the discussion. Both
deal with atomic energy.
The Sholem lodge has also an-
nounced tentative plans for a
dance carnival on June 1. to be
held at the air-conditioned Frolics
club. To date E. Albert Pallot
has been designated chairman of
the dance committee, while Marx
Feinberg and Mrs. Jenny Gordon
are in charge of ticket sales. En-
tertainment, refreshments and
merchandise prizes will be fea-
tured at the affair.
bond.n9-^ ,f0\.
F\agW St.
BONDED
Air Cooling Is Planned
For Beth Jacob Temple
Beth Jacob synagogue will be
air conditioned within 90 days,
if the plans of the new congre-
gation officers are realized, it
was revealed this week by Jack
Satin, newly elected president.
Satin, speaking at the annual
installation of congregation of-
ficers, disclosed that donations
are being sought to defray the ex-
pense of installing the air condi-
tioning equipment, and that Wil-
liam Burbridge, councilmanic
candidate, had donated $750 to
the fund.
Radio Station WINZ. 940 on
the dial, is presenting the
"Yiddish Theater of the Air."
with a full selection of enter-
taining recordings, on Sunday
mornings at 10:15.
VOTE FOR
WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE
FOR
CITY COUNCIL
12 Years of Constructive Service as a
Miami Beach City Councilman justifies
another term.
Paid Political Advertisement
Miami Beach, when a
second woman. Mrs. Frances O.
Warriner. qualified as a council-
manie candidate for the elections
on June 3.
Mrs. Warriner followed the
lead of Mrs. Theresa A. (Tess)
K.inter, who last week was the
first of the fair sex to throw her
spring hat in the ring. Mrs.
Warriner is a prominent Beach
realtor and has been a resident
of Greater Miami for the past 14
years. Mother of three children.
she is a member of the Beach
realty board, the Young Demo-
crats. Miami and Miami Beach
Chambers of Commerce and other
civic groups.
Meanwhile. Marcie Liberman.
banker and incumbent council-
man, also announced his decision
to run for election. His present
seat was won by appointment
and depended on a flip of a coin
which broke a deadlock in the
city council in 1943 over choosing
a substitute for Mitchell Wolfson.
who resigned at the time to en-
ter the service.
Qualifying also at the last
minute was Edward L. Owen.
Miami Beach realtor, who plans
an active race. Owen makes his
headquarters on Normandy Isle
The week was marked by ral-
lies and parties in honor of the
14 candidates now in the race.
Maurice "Doc" Klein was feted
at a rally at the Raleigh hotel on
Tuesday night, while Sam Gold
made political capital of his
birthday party at the Albion last
Friday.
Incumbent Louis "Red" Snedi-
gar, four times mayor of Miami
Beach, opened campaign head-
quarters at 740 Washington ave.,
and Melvin J. Richard modestly
announced the bris of his new
son. Dennis Alan.
Harold Turk, B'nai B'rith coun-
cil president, added a plank to his
platform in calling for extension
of sports and playground facili-
ties on the Beach and paid a fly-
ing visit to Washington to inter-
view Florida legislators on their
attitude toward extending vet-
erans' hospital facilities in South
Florida.
According to C. W. Tomlinson.
city clerk, the complete list of
candidates includes William Bur-
budge. Sam Gold. Edward Herr.
James Preston Jeffres, Theresa
A. Kanter, J. C. (Jack) Kimball,
Maurice (Doc) Klein, Marcie
Liberman, Edward L. Owens
Ralph C. Pole. Judge Melvin J
Richard. Louis F. (Red) Snedigar,
Harold Turk and Frances O.
vVarriner.
Total registration exceeded the
previous number by approxi-
mately 5.500 and exceeds 15,000.
Doris and Sybil Rosenbaum. twins, from Miami Beach Senio
High school, representing BBG(l), were the winners oi the
Rose chapter B'nai B'rith Women Debating tournament held
recently at the National hotel auditorium. Pictured above '
Betty A. Weintrub, chairman of the affair, presentina flu
plague to Gloria Farkas, president of BBG(l). The topic lor
debate was "Resolved, That General Religious Education
Should Be Introduced Into the Public School System."
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RIDAY. MAY 16, 1947
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
ZJewist Florid/an
PAGE NINE
UTRENDS:
[The American delegation at the
kited Nations has been a sore
Appointment to many observ-
Operating in an almost
teuiish fashion, the U. S. has
itfered several bad defeats .
lthough it had been anticipated
t the American delegation
,ould set the pace for the Latin-
merican bloc, and would be
icked by many other nations,
ihat has developed is that the
I S. is carrying the ball on what
:ared to be obviously British-
lonsored moves The Ameri-
is have created the impression
it they are a tool of British di-
lomacy and have consequently
iffered a damaging loss of pres-
,e The record of the U. S.
Jegates in supporting the Zion-
causc has been anything but
d ... On the contrary, the
ite Department seems at times
be going out of its way to
idermine the position of the
wish Agency This was most
arly expressed when Sen. War-
m Austin declared that the
jeney should be permitted to
lice its views only if it were
tarry understood that it did not
iak for all the Jewish people
the question of Palestine .
je attitude of the American del-
ation has only helped to create
le impression that the Soviet
(legation is defending the Jew-
cause against attempts by the
S. delegation to undermine it
. Observers following the tac-
ts of the American delegation
beginning to understand why
United States is frequently so
^successful at international par-
's... It seems that the offi-
Is of our State Department are
[t what one might call accom-
shed diplomats They seem
rely chiefly on the fact that
United States, being econom-
ic the strongest country in
world, can influence other
itries to follow its lead .
defeat suffered by the U. S.
major proposals when even
Jl Latin American nations
against them may possibly
' as a lesson for our State
artment in its future dealings
the Palestine problem.
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UN ECHOES:
The Jewish delegation at the
UN made a mighty fine impression
... Dr. Silver's speech was con-
sidered very moderate The
British breathed more easily after
they heard him .. They expected
bitter attacks against British pol-
icy similar to those the Arab del-
egations made against the Jews
. Most of the other delegates
were also pleased with the digni-
fied and even tone in which the
Jewish Agency members pre-
sented their case Significant
was the fact that Soviet delegate
Andrei Gromyko, who expected
a stronger anti-British tone, went
out of his way to compliment Dr
Silver on his speech at the con-
clusion of the session ... He also
told members of the Jewish
Agency delegation that he would
be glad to meet with them pri-
vately ... In this respect the
difference between the "neutral-
ity" advocated by the American
delegation and the "neutral"
stand taken by the Soviet bloc
worked in favor of the latter
While the American idea of neu-
trality was to be firmly opposed
to moves affording possible bene-
fit to the Jews or Arabs, the So-
viet idea of neutrality was to
support such moves for both
parties Behind the positive
neutrality of the Russians and
the negative neutrality of the
Americans was, of course, the dif-
ference in attitude between the
U. S. and USSR with regard to
Britain ... The United States
seemed determined to protect
Britain, while Gromyko did not
hesitate to embarrass Britain .
On the whole, the line taken bv
Gromyko was "good for Jews"
with the exception of his demand
that an Arab country be repre-
sented on the inquiry commis-
sion .

UN SIDELIGHTS:
It can now be revealed that the
Jewish Agency was not too eager
to press the United Nations for
a full debate on the Palestine
issue at its present session ... In
fact, the machinery of the Agen-
cy was not geared for a full dis-
cussion The Agency has been
approaching famous American
lawyers to prepare the legal as-
pects of its case for presentation
to the UN Among those ap-
proached were James Byrnes,
Charles E. Hughes and William
Donovan Agency leaders were
also negotiating with leaders of
the American Jewish Committee
and other non-Zionist groups for
expansion of the Agency to in-
clude non-Zionist representatives
on the executive. However, these
HEADS AMERICAN JEWISH
COMMITTEE EUROPEAN OFFICE
Joel David Wolfsohn, prominent
government official. is leaving the
Department of the Interior to be-
come Director of European Opera-
tion* for the American Jewish
Committee, which is expanding its
overseas activities to furnish legal,
educational and public relations aid
to the stricken Jewish communities
on the Continent in their effort to
reconstruct Jewish life in postwar
Europe.
negotiations arc still pending
since the American Jewish Com-
mittee did not wish to commit
itself at present on a long-range
Palestine policy and preferred to
back the Agency at the United
Nations without being repre-
sented on its executive Of-
ficials of the American Jewish
Committee are now in close touch
with top officials of the State
Department on the Palestine is-
sue ... At the same time, Agen-
cy executive members are in con-
stant consultation with the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee and other
American Jewish groups on the
stand of the Agency delegation
at Lake Success .
Read the Message on Page 12
Sinai Hospital Fund
To Resume Activity
With more than $2,000,000 of
its $2,500,000 goal already
leached, the building fund cam-
paign in behalf of the proposed
Mt. Sinai Hospital, which gave
way in January, February, March
and April for the 1947 Combined
Jewish Appeal, will be resumed
shortly and will continue until
the total funds needt-d have been
pledged, it was announced yes-
terday by Morris Klass, cam-
paign director.
Mr. Klass revealed that the
board of trustees of the projected
200-bed hospital plans to com-
mence construction of the insti-
tution within the next nine
months. "The site of the hospital
has not yet been chosen, but will
be at a spot convenient and ac-
cessible to both Miami and Miami
Beach," he said.
"The action of the Miami Beach
Council in offering a plot of
ground to the board of trustees
is recognition of the fact that
the hospital will be a great as-
set and will add needed health
resources to the community," Mr.
Klass declared. "No one can state
with any definiteness at the pres-
ent moment, however, whether
the hospital will be located in
Miami or in Miami Beach."
Mr. Klass also said that no de-
cision has as yet been made by
the hospital board as to the dis-
position of Alton Road Hospital
after construction of Mt. Sinai.
At present, Alton Road, a 50-bed
institution, is being operated by
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Hialeah Racing Dates Set
Its racing dates assured by a
legislative act recently passed in
Tallahassee, the Hialeah Race
Course this week began prepa-
rations for its 21st meeting next
January 16-March 1. Under the
provisions of the bill, the ap-
proval of the mid-season dates
for the track by the Florida Rac-
ing Commission become little
more than a formality.
The measure to stabilize Florida
racing was introduced by the
Dade county legislative delega-
tion and puts the allotment of
racing dates for this area on the
basis of revenue produced for
the state by each of the three
tracks involved.
On Nov. 2, 1917, Great Britain
issued the Balfour Declaration
which stated that the British
government viewed with favor
the establishment in Palestine of
a Jewish National Homeland, and
that it would use its best en-
deavors to facilitate the achieve-
ment of the object.
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+Je*isti ftcrldton
FRIDAY,
AJC Women Hear Report
Of New York Board Meet
Mrs. Louis Glasser. president
of the Miami Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, who
recently returned from an ad-
ministration board conference of
the AJC in New York, will re-
port the proceedings of the meet-
ing at a luncheon to be held at
her home. 3168 Prairie ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, on Monday. May 19.
Among the invited guests will
be the members of the Miami
Division board. Miss Clara Gold-
enberg. Mrs. Joseph Fine and Mrs
Leonard Barr. vice presidents:
Mrs. Frank Weiss, treasurer: Mrs
Mark Kaplan, financial secretary:
Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman, re-
cording secretary: Mrs. Joseph
Mondres. corresponding secre-
tary, and trustees Mrs. Sam
Kostleman and Mrs. Rose Weiss
Other guests will be Mrs. Clar-
ence Cohn. Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Han-
nah Grossman and Mrs. Morris
Weinberg.
Wanted!
Information is being sought of
Bernard Willig. alias William La-
mont. on behalf of his minor
daughter toward whose support
he has failed to contribute during
the past three months, as a result
of which the child, who is resid-
ing with her mother, is in dire
need of his financial aid. Mr
Willig. a truck driver for the
post office by occupation, was
born in New York on Nov. 24.
1914. He is 5 ft. 11 in. tall. w<
DRIVE LEADERS
PLAN NEW PHASE
BLDG. CAMPAIGN
Resumption of the buildinc
fund campaign for Congrej
Beth David! suspended for the
duration of the 1947 Combined
icwish Appeal, was begun last
week, according to an announce-
ment by Harry Markowitz, i
nan of the d
Milton S. Malakoff. publii
lations director of thi G
Miami Jewish Federation, lias
been granted a sixty-day leave
pf absence to take OVel the pro-
ii ssi nal lireel i
: of the drive is $525,000
At present, approximately -
000 has been pledged, Mi M
ivitz said.
A campaign steering com: tti
has been named cons I
Workers in the Beth David
campaign will meet at a "bagel
and lox" breakfast launching
the resumption of the campaign
next Sunday morning. May 18.
at 10 a.m. at the Robert Clay
hotel. 129 S. E. Fourth St.
With approximately S200.000 in pledges already secured, leaders of the Beth David Bu
Fund campaign met last Thursday at luncheon at the Towers hotel to plan the second|
o. the campaign to continue until July 1. Seate J (left to right) are Rabbi Max Shapiro, sp
leader of Congregation Beth David; Ben Markowitz. co-chairman, third division; R
Sterling, co-chairman, second division; Max B ergman. Abe Kasow. Alexander Stiebel, 1,
Rogow. executive secretary. Congregation Beth David; Ben Essen, co-chairman, first div_^,
Mrs. Hazel Lehrman. campaign secretary; Max Swartz. Milton S. Malakofl. campaign dine]
tor; Harry Markowitz. campaign chairman; Moe Feingold. Sidney Lefcourt and Sam Special
co-chairman, special assignment division.
Harry Markowitz. chairman, Ben
Junior Mizrachi Women
Choose New Officers
A meeting on Tuesday. May 13.
of the Junioi Mizrachi Women
Miami at the home of
Mrs Claire Landesman. 2924
ie ave., Miami Beach, re-
180 pounds, has dark brown hair. Essen, LU!S He.man. Jacob Sh ""ed in the election of the fol-
brown eves, has a large brown i
birthmark in the center of his
back. He is alleged to be resid-
ing in Florida at the present time.
Anyone aware of his loci
is requested to communicate with
the National Desertion Bureau. 67
W 47th St., New York 1!), X V
Sidnev Lefcourt.
rnar(j ster- lowing as officers of the organi-
ling and Sam J. Spe "on Mrs I Yulish, presi-
Fivi solicitation divisions have dent: Mr Makovsky,
been named. These consist of a
Blue Ribbon division .if which
Informati n beini
Albert Cherassv on behalf
wife. Rebe ard whose sup-
port he has failed to contribute
since October, Ii'44. as
of which she fir.ds I -elf in
great need. She is dependent
upon her married daughter for
aid. Albert Cherassv. a nati\
Turkey, was born on July 2.
1886, is 5 ft. 9 in. tall, has I
hair, grey eyes, is a counterman
by occupation and is alleged U<
be residing in Florida at th-
rent time. Anyone aware of his
location is requested to communi-
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau, 67 W. 47th St.. New York
19, N. Y.
On June 30. 1922, the 67th Con-
gress of the U. S. unanimously
resolved "that the U. S. A. favors
the estalishment in Palestine of
a national home for the Jewish
people."
Hai ry Markowitz and Jacob
i-chairmen; spei ial as-
signment division headed by Sid-
ney Lefcourt and Herbert Schei
and th: general s ilicitation di-
ns.
The- first division is headed by
Ben Essen and Sam J Spector
,i: men nf th.' se
sion are Bernard Sterling and
Joseph Bermann. Jerry Alexan-
nd Ben Markowitz head up
the third division.
Mr Markowitz met with the
steering committee in the office
if Mr. Heiman at noon yesterday
to outline tentative plans for the
campaign. These include a "bagel
and lox" kick-off bn
-Father and Child" S u n d a v M been SChed-
breakfast and a thirty-fifth an-
niversary dinner
At present, the various d:v
chairmen are filling in then t<
captains. Mr. Markowitz rep
Actual solicitation of ..
list "i p: ospei live contributors
will commence in from ten days
to two weeks, he predicted.
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vue president; Mrs M. Grauer,
second vice president; Mrs. Leon
Shallaway, recording secretary.
and Mrs B. L. Klein, correspond -
cretary.
Mis I. Slatsky was elected
financial secretary and Mis. Eu-
gene Weiss, treasurer. The cul-
tural committee of the group will
. led by co-chairmen Mi s. C
Landesman and Mrs. F. Tannen-
baum. Mrs. M Mescheloff will
.is chaplain.
The junior group will sponsor,
the coming
i.int of nurs-
ls and ti-.i are and re-
tation of refugee children.
:". me< ting of the Junior
27 at the home of
Mrs Yulish, 2.';7o Pine Tree dr.
Pioneers' Culture Event
A musical and cultural eve-
1 by clubs 1 and 2.
n of Greater Mi-
ami, has been scheduled for
Tuesday, May 20, at 8 p.m. at the
Beth David auditorium. 135 N. W.
Third ave. The proceeds of ad-
it will go to the Palestine
y fund.
I lured artists of the affair
will he Mrs. Kaufman. Mrs
Manya Shubow, who will read
from Sholem Aleichem; Mis
Stadlan and Mrs. Gerbei
Time and again President Tru-
man has urired the admittance of
100.000 Jews into Palestine im-
mediately.
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day. May 11, at the home of Mrs.
Robert Miller, 2945 S. W. 27th ter.
Honoring Mother's Day, a feature
of the program was the presenta-
tion of tree certificates by mem-
activity with a lawn party Sun-
bers to their mothers. Officers.
board members and committee
chairmen for 1947-48 were in-
stalled. Mrs. Max Shapiro was
toastmistress of the affair.
Dr. Glick to Study
Dr. M. J. Click. Miami
physician, has left Miami for;
Arbor. Mich, where he is I
a special post-graduate cm
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MAY 16. 1947
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
*Jvi MUUtey. eonjidentUd
(Copyright, 1M, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
and
hurch itself
igotiy
Ichievement:
Most effective job against discrimination is now being done by
. Sermon of the Year of The Churchman ... The Sermon of
, year p Ian is not merely a contest or competition to obtain ser-
ous against discrimination ... It is a nationwide crusade to mobil-
the Christian pulpit in a direct assault on the evils of intolerance,
trv and anti-Semitism, and to fight the good fight within the
The drive is headed by Dr. Guy Emery Shipler,
0r of The Churchman, America's oldest religious publication
(behind the executive desk, coordinating this tremendous enter-
ic, is the Rev. Richard E. Evans, the flying parson, the dynamic
aker and master promoter ... It is Dick who got the participa-
te the weekly radio program of "The Churchman" of Mayor
lliam O'Dwyer, Justice Meier Steinbrink, Hon. Herbert H. Leh-
n, Hon. Fiorello La Guardia. Frederic March. Miss Florenci
ridge, Ralph Bellamy, Barney Ross." Raymond Massey, Arthui
"nned}. Harold L. Ickes, Eric Johnston, Norman Corwin. Justice
en J. Roberts and Chester Bowles The scope of the plan is
antic Onv hundred thousand clergymen have been invited
submit sermons, which (mark you) must be preached before a
ngrcgation in order to be eligible The chairman of The
urchman National Sermon Committee is none other than Bishop
. Bromley Oxnam.
diction:
flow that the 50th annual convention of the Zionist Organization
(America has been set for July 3. 1947. at the Hotel Pennsylvania
New York, we predict that notwithstanding all the talk about
ft. Emanuel Neuman's candidacy, it will be Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
(ho will be drafted for a third term as president The consti-
Itiona' regulation limiting the presidency to two terms will be
lied because of the political emergency and the unfinished busi-
; with the United Nations.
D' Pourri:
Violinist \chudi Menuhin and Sister Hephzibah, now abroad.
i giving joint recitals in several European capitals These are
eir first joint concerts abroad since 1935. when Hephzibahat the
0[ I4_appeared with her brother at Queens Hall, London .
tadimir Horowitz had an offer of an announcer's job with the
ale department's shortwave broadcasts to the U.S.S.R.but the
oadcasts themselves hav been chopped down by Congress' bud-
ktary hatclietmen Louis Nizer is the lawyer who won a $95,000
pt-of-court settlement for his client. Konrad Bcrcovici, in that
lagiarism suit against Charlie Chaplan Mr. Nizer may run for
plitical office in '48 Jewish War Vets stage their annual show
New York's Madison Square Garden ... Is "Father" Coughlin
aiming an airways comeback? Keep watching, Detroiters! .
CA has issued a memorial album of recordings by the immortal
^ntor Josef Rosenblatt Canada has accepted 1.600 Jewish war
phans as wards. There's lots more where they came from
nerica The ZOA is offering five fellowships to the Hebrew
Diversity of Jerusalema swell idea.
^tweer Book Ends:
If you want to teach yourself Hebrew you cannot do better than
btainins "Hebrew Self-Taught" by Zevi and Scharfstein Get
from the ZOA. New York City The American Committee of
pish Writers. Artists and Scientists announces the publication of
oviet UnionFriend or Foe" ... A very informative booklet in
ffddish Next month Capitol Publishing Co. will issue a little
ok that should be in every child's hands Title: "All About l.'s."
' Eva Knox Evans ... It has an introductory note by Albert Ein-
fcin and deals with the races of mankind.
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IN PETE HI
GIFTS SHOWERED
Women residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged were literally
showered with gifts last Sundav
when the Miami and Miami Beach
tdies auxiliaries to the Home ar-
ranged a Mothers' Day party for
them. The presents, contributed
by friends and relatives, included
tew dresses, stockings, jewi I y,
flowers and candy in great quan-
tities.
More Hum 1,000 visitors heard
Harold Shapiro, one of the in-
stitution's directors, lead a pro-
jram which included songs in
Hebrew, Yiddish and English by
Cantor Isaac Jacobson and Mrs.
Shapiro. The singers were ac-
companied by Anyuta Melicov,
Miami Beach pianist.
Max Greenberg, chairman of
the building fund, made an ap-
peal for the building of a new
synagogue and auditorium at the
Home. He emphasized the ne-
cessity of completing the struc-
ture in time for the High Holy
days.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, who organ-
zed tin- lust auxiliary, was ac-
claimed "Mother of the Home."
riie institution's president is
fudge Harold B. Spaet. Mrs.
Stha Beck and Mrs. Benjamin
Jherry head the Miami and Mi-
imi Beach auxiliaries.
DP Seeking Florida Kin
According to a communication
rom the Location Service of
HAS. Olmer Perla, now located
it Frauenberg 4G. Kr. Erding
Germany, (U. S. zone), is seek-
ng his grandfather, Isaac Olmer
vho is presently known to be ii
Florida. Anyone knowing of his
whereabouts is requested to con-
act Anna D. Daniels, assistan
secretary, Hollywood Jewish Fed
ration, P. O. Box 661, Hollywood
Florida.
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
AMERICANS NEED
VITAMINS
THEN TRY
One-A-Day
(RAND)
Vitamins
0*1 a pockog* of genuine ONE-A-DAT
(brand) Multiple vitamin capsules.
They cost only $2.00. Take one each
day for 60 days, if you are not en-
tirely satisfied, return the empty
package to your druggist and he will
refund your money. Remember, vi-
tamins help keep your energy, nerves
and digestion up to par. Money back
if not delighted. Ask your druggist
for genuine One-A-Day (brand)
Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made
by Miles Laboratories. Look for the
figure "1" on the blue package.
MRS. ISIDOR COHEN AND MRS. S. BECK
Folk Chorus Party
Will Honor Powesky
The end of its season will be
officially marked by the Greater
Miami Jewish Folk Chorus at a
party in honor of its director and
conductor. Louis Powesky, at
:!:30 Sunday evening. May 18, at
the Beth David Talmud Torah,
135 N. W. Third ave.
Powesky will leave for New
York next week to meet in con-
ference with the directors of 36
similar choral groups throughout
.he country. Organized in the
Jewish Music Alliance under the
guidance of Executive Secretary
1. Korenman, the assembled con-
ductors will discuss problems
relative to improving and ex-
tending the scope of Jewish folk
choruses in the United States.
Upon his return from New
York, Powesky is expected to
conduct an intensified drive for
an enlarged and improved sing-
ing group in Miami.
Great Britain has finally turned
the problem over to the United
Nations, which is the new League
of Nations. Since the old League
of Nations is now defunct, the
mandate over Palestine is the
United Nations' responsibility.
Listen In!
TO
JEWISH MUSICAL
HOUR
WBAY
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Every Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Every Friday. 11:00 A.M.
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PAGE TWELVE
vJewlstnvrkJIain
.ran^MAY 16,
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
?he majority recover without crippling.
Your fear or panic will only make it harder for your child! Your memory of the
sufferings of others should invite precautions! Save this advertisement to aid you in
ollowmg the precautionary rules set out above!
BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO.
Lejeune Rd. Coral Gables, Fla.
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. 1st St. Miami. Fla.
JOSEPH LANGNER CONSTRUCTION
927 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla.
RALEIGH HOTEL
1777 Collins Ave. Miami Beach. Fla.
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
On the Ocean bet. Lincoln Rd. and
15th St.. Miami Beach. Phone 5-7381
SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach, Fla.
SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL &
STEAMSHIP CO.
28 S. W. 4th St Miami, Ha.
ACME SUPPLY CO.
1905 N. W. 1st Ct. Miami. Fla.
MRS. R. R. COBIAN
1771 N. View Dr. Miami Beach, Fla.
EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT
3236 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla.
FINCHER OLDSMOBILE MOTORS
INC.
1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami. Ha.
HERMANS VALET FRENCH
CLEANERS & DYERS
1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami. Fla.
KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION
1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK
1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, Ha.
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami. Fla.
M*S. W. F. ROCKWELL
5565 Pinetree Dr. Miami Beach, Fla.
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20th St Miami Beach. Fla.
VICTOR'S
Coral Way and 36th St
Coral Gables, Fla.
JOSEPH A. BERMANAttorney
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
DR. BENJAMIN COLEMAN
337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
CORSAIR HOTEL
101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
GREEN BROS.-
55 N. E. 24h St
-"Brokers"
Miami
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oo, ,IOHN E* POnTE-Attomey
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KURLAND APARTMENTS
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MAY 16. 1947

FRIDAY,
AMVET Recruits Inducted
In a double ceremony on Sat-
daV Mav 3- at the Poinciana
Hotel 1555 Collins ave., Miami
Reach Post 11, American Veter-
ans of World War II, installed the
first permanent officers of its
dies' auxiliary and held a mass
induction of new members.
Mrs Elizabeth J. Roose, Sara-
sota president of the Florida de-
partment auxiliaries, presided at
the installation of auxiliary of-
ficers Mrs. Sadye H. Reiner,
president: Mrs. Adrienne Edlo-
witz. first vice president; Mrs.
Edith Levin, second vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Ruth Johansen, re-
cording secretary, and Mrs.. Es-
telle Radlcr, treasurer.
Mrs. Harriet Zalofsky, chair-
man of the entertainment com-
mittee, and Mrs. Shirley Gold-
berg, of the welfare committee,
were also introduced.
New members inducted into the
post, who comprise the Alfred J.
Rosenstein membership class, are:
Harry Bacr, Jack Buckman,
William J. Caccio, Julian A. Co-
hen, Arthur Edelblum, Jack
Friedland, Leonard Gentll, Mark
Hanner, Dr. Arthur Hirsch, Leon-
ard Kalish, Bernice Klien, Dr.
Leo Levin. Meyer Reiner, Henry
Reinhard. Melvin Richardson, Dr.
Arthur M. Rose, Dr. Erwin Rose,
Rachel Rosen, Samuel Steen,
Alan H. Walter and Irving Zalof-
sky.
+Jewist Florid/an
AMVETS IN INSTALLATION CEREMONY
Under President Roosevelt's
and President Truman's adminis-
trations resolutions were passed
in both houses to the same effect
BERLIN GETS FIRST
RABBI SINCE 1938
NEW YORK (JTA)Dr. Mich-
ael L. Munk left for Europe
aboard the S.S. Mauretania to
become the first rabbi of Berlin
since pre-war days, it was an-
nounced recently by the Joint
Distribution committee throug'.i
whose auspices Rabbi Munk will
serve in the German capital.
The Republican and Demo-
cratic Party went on record in
their party platforms in 1944
favoring the establishment of a
Jewish National Homeland and
the ultimate establishment of a
Jewish Commonwealth.
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
To Review "Tin Flute"
"The Tin Flute," a first novel
by a talented French actress,
Gabrielle Roy. will be the subject
)f the last in a series of book
reviews before the Miami Wom-
en's section of the AJC on Tues-
day afternoon, May 20, at 2 p.m.
The talk is to be given by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, who has been
conducting the series, at the Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, 590
S. W. 17th ave.
The book is described as hav-
ing received wide acclaim abroad
and in Canada and has won the
award of the French Academy.
Refreshments will follow the talk.
Mr. Morris W. Wcinberg will
preside.
The regular monthly meeting
of the Miami AJC women is
scheduled for Wednesday after-
noon. May 21, in the scout room
of the YMHA at 1:30 p.m. Chair-
man will be Mrs. Sidney Stepkin.
LECAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL FRUIT SHIPPERS, 712
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, and Intend t'> registei
tho said fictitious name in the office
<>f tho CU-rk of the Circuit Court nf
Dade County, Florida. Thai the per-
sona Interested in said business ate
as follows:
BENJAMIN .r. METERS,
Estate by the entireties.
.SARAH MEYERS,
Estate by the entireties.
QEORG-E OIIERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicant.
6/16-23-30 6/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under ihe fictitious name of
UPSTAIRS MANUFACTURER 8
OUTLET, Intends to register the said
name with tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
AUSTIN H. BURKE
VON ZAMFT A- VON ZAMFT,
Attorneys for Applicants.
;, 16-23-30 6/6-13
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PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
r'I/>UIDA IN CHANCERY.
-No. 10909S
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SAMUEL HACKER and
ROSA BACKER.
Plaintiffs,
v*.
DAVID SOLO, etc.,
et a!..
Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
DAVID SOIX). 124 S. 13th St., Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania;
THOMAS F. BARRETT, (residence
unknown);
TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence
unknown);
PENN REALTY COMPANY, a dis-
solved Florida Corporation, and
MY Kit MUCHNICK, ALEXANDER
FEIFER ami GKOROE RUEBENS,
as surviving Trustees of Penn
Realty Company, a dissolved Flor-
ida Corporation;
And alao ALL UNKNOWN SPOUSES
U!"\,5A,r> ABOVE NAMED DE-
FENDANTS, who mav he married;
And also ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES. LIENoRN, CREDITORS, EX-
ECV TO R S, ADMINISTRATORS,
TRVSTEES. OR OTHER CLAIM-
A.\ TS, claiming hy, through, under
"i against an> of the above named
defendants win, may l>e dend and
not known to bo dead or alive, or
who Is or may he dissolved:
And also ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
AND CLAIMANTS having or claim-
ing any right, title or Interest in
and to the property Involved In this
cause, and hereinafter more par-
ticularly described as follows; to-
The West 100 feet of lot 13 in
Block -IB of LAWRENCE ESTATE
LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION.
-.< "i-dlng to the plat thereof recorded
in Plal Book 2. at page 51 of the
&,bl.l9 ".......'Is of Dade County.
you 'and each of you are
HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Ap-
Iie.iianee in the above styled cause
before the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida, at the County Court
House in Miami, I Hide County. Florida,
on or before the Bth day of June, 1947.
to a Bill of Complaint brought against
;';'w-',-VoA-yrKI' BACKER and ROSA
BAf KEIt, his wife, for the purpose of
quieting and confirming the title to
the above described propertv In and
to the Plaintiffs, SAMUEL BACKER
and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
f! .~ taken as confessed bv you.
DATED this 8th day of May, 1947.
B. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade Ciountv. Florida.
By F. .1 GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
THEODORE .1. SAKoWITZ
91S Seybold Building,
Miami 32, Florida.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
a/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
,,'i'ss ""der the fictitious name of
ROSELLE HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Reach. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
HELEN CHAUSKY
._______ PAULINE ASTREN
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attornev for Applicants.
5/9-lfi-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS' A
MAXWELL WATCH A JEWELRY
REPAIR In Dade Countv. Florida.
Intend to register snld name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Forida.
BLANCHE TARI/J
PHILIP TARLO
MARX FEINBERO,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN taat
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAUL'S DRESS SHOP, at 233-35 N
Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAUL S. GRUEN
4/1R-25 5/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage it*
business under the flotltlon name Of
FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242
N. E. 79th St., Miami, Forida. Inten.'
to register said name with the Cler*
of tho Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVE RATZ
samuel Hinscn
HENRY A. STEIN
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attornev for Applicants
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS 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 Countv. Florida.
SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN
MAX DUNN
5/2-9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag" in
business under the fictitious nam^ of
BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S. W.
27th Avenue. Miami, Florfda, intend
to register said name with the Cierk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Cbuny,
Florida.
WALLACE KIRK
CLAIRE KIRK
Petitioners
MYERS. HE1MAN A 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
WASMAN A SILVER,
Attorneys for Applicants.
4/25 5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE HOME TOWN BAKFRY, at 1127
.N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intend?
to reclster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. ______
AT.PATWT BACKER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attornev fr Applicant.
3/9-16-23-30 /6
The; Anglo American Inquiry
t'fpmmisftion recommended the
immigration of 100.000 Jews into
Palestine. The recommendations
were not implemented.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious same of
VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 N. W.
Seventh Ave., Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
This business, formerly a partner-
ship between Clarence J. Wallace and
Samuel Flesch, Is now operated by
the undersigned as sole owner
SAMUEL FLESCH
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
5/2-9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 19051
In Re: Estate of BEITLAH lRWrN,
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 anv
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Beulah Irwiti, also known
as Beulah L. Irwln, deceased, late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Hon.
V,. I. Blanton, County Judge of Dado
County, and file the same In his office
In the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
tho claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933
Probate Act.
Date: April Sth, A.D. 1947.
FINTON D. IRWIN.
As Administrator of the Estate
of Beulah Irwln, also known as
.... .!iu.,ah. Jj- Irwln. deceased.
SILVER. KAPLAN,
DIETZ A LA SKY.
Attorneys for Administrator.
/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, ADOLPH BRAMS,
desiring to engage In business under
the fictitious name of KNIGHT'S
PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W
th Street. Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv.
Florida.
. _______-ADOLPH BRAMS
LEO SHEINER, Esn.,
Attorney for Applicant,
1204-05 Pacific BIdg.,
Miami. Florida.
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING,
at 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami, Fla.. In-
land to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade
County. Florida.
LEONA BENNETT
ANTHONY GAITO
WILLIAM L PALLOT.
Attorney for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-80
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. of
SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 N- W.
Sth Court, Miami, Florida. Intern to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MOB BERKOWITZ
ARNOLD HTTRVITZ
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'ho undersigned, desiring to engage In
SSSB2MLun.^?r ,ne fictitious name of
QI KENS APARTMENTS A HOTEL
R\'S a, i751 Washington Ave-.-,
Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr nt
Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
LILLIAN OIMPEL
.._ VIVIAN GTMPEL
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants
4/I-25 5/2-9-16
NOTICJE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS,
also known as SOUTHERN SUP-
PLIERS, at Dade County, Florid i.
Intends to register said name with t)-o
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
H. LEEB.
MARX FEINBERO. 8" OWn6r-
Attorney for Applicant.
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I AND D QROCERTERIAS. at 378
N. W. Fifth St.. Miami. Fla., In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of th Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
IRVING S. WETNSTWTN
DAVTD V. WEINSTETN
SIMON HOFF A SniONHOFF,
Attorneys for Applicants.
4/18-25 5/2-9-16 )



PAGE FOURTEEN
vJenistincridton
Attorney General Backs
Bill Easing Immigration
WASHINGTON (JTA)Attor-
ney General Tom Clark, testify-
ing before the House Judiciary
Committee today, gave his full
support to the Fellows Bill, which
would grant him broad discretion
in certain cases involving depor-
tation of aliens.
Clark told the committee that
he was very anxious that it
should design some legislation
which would allow him broader
discretion in adjusting the status
of deserving aliens The bill
would enable the Attorney Gen-
eral to suspend deportation in
the case of an alien "of good
moral character" who has
in this country for five or more
years or. if racially ineligible for
naturalization, to remove thai
if the alien has been hen
.-even years or if his deportation
would cause economic detriment
to his dependents.
Ugo Carusi, Commissioner of
Immigration and Naturalization,
told the committee that the num-
ber of aliens affected would like-
ly be very small. He estimated
that the bill would cover about
1,000 or 1.500 cases .1 yea: for the
first two or three years and then
decrease measurably.
Clark told the i:
he thought there should
statute of limitations on a
volving violation of the immigra-
tion laws just as thi other
offenses. He saw no reason, he
said, why a man should i
deportabe all his life even I
ay have entered the c<
illegally.
The bill p: quot:
numbers to legalize thi
such aliens be taken from the
nl yeai 's qu< ita
ed out that while this would de-
from the numbei
able quota numb
that we woud know what
' e getting in thi if thi
alien who has lived hi
ready proved himself, w
under the qu I
could tell what
an immig
he ente: unl
Clai k said he I
lion made by committei
E I G issi tt Di :
. mit the introduction ol
I ills to those (ases w I i
Attorney
there was no p ovision 1 I
'. relief
Asked about test in of a
representative ol the Ami
Leg n. v h said his group Clatlj
opposed any furthi
of any sort, Clark ren ... d that
he was "pretty sure" thi
understand the mi f the
bill and said he w
talk to them about it.
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Welfare, Relief Provided by Staff of 10
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AMBtftiANCE
SERVICE
*m Washington A.
VA*ml Beech
BOWA*D T. NWMAf<
fxutertt Olr*ctoe
ABE CISENeERO, Treasurer
In New Ywtk:
76th St, r.d Amsterdam Av
T\\e*t are among the firl pirlures
from Cyprus, Mediterranean Sale
where approximately 12,000 Jewish
men, women and children en route
to Palestine are being detained by
the ltnti-.li. For the interneea. the
Joint Distribution Committee, ma-
jor Ameriran agency aiding treed Jewi abroad, provide* nip-
plrmrntary food, rlothing and
ni.ilii.il rare, vocational training
anil apcrial aid. Above left, Morrii
I mil. of New York, director of
the J.D.C staff of 10 Paleitinian'
worker* carrying out the Commit-
tee's assistance program!, check*
J.D.C. proviiiom in the Commit-
tee'! warehouse. Above, Jewiih
refugees iwimniing behind barbed
wire. I tti. a J.D.C. nurse treat* an
internee in one of the Committee'a
dispensaries on Cyprus. Fundi for
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The inspirational, stirring, mag-
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throughout the world.
"Immigration from the Ameri-
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o some 7,000 quota and non-
quota immigrants, has been
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hat period from Sweden, Great
Britain, France, other parts of
Europe outside the American-
occupied zones, Africa, Latin
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m migrants, persons on temporary
,-isas and transients.
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IN THE MAIL
+Mnlsti farldHan
PAGE FIFTEEN
To The Editor,
Dear Sir:
The proposal suggested by the
African delegate to the United
Nations limiting representation
,0 committee hearings in the de-
late of the Palestine problem, is
the nearest step towards the de-
nial of free speech; and it is not
,he American way. How can the
lews justify their cause to the
mbly if they are limited in
5 expression of thought? It
sounds stupid and prejudiced
right from the very start. The
h ciiminals of Nazi Germany
who were guilty of horrible atro-
cities were given a full anB fair
hearing. Whv then, deny a full
and fair hearing to the Jews?
If the Jews are being given an
opportunity to present their case.
Why should their voices be lim-
' when the delegates of India
reopened the Palestine debate
with a plea to give the Jews a
fall voice in the proceedings at
the general assembly of the
Inited Nations, it was just simple
evidence that "one bleeding heart
feels for the other" from a people
who have been oppressed for cen-
turies by outside sources and in-
fluences.
When our great American
emancipator, Abraham Lincoln,
uttered his words of wisdom that
referred to all races, all colors,
all religions, all over the world.
Peace on earth and good will to
men, was likewise intended to
include all human beings the
world over, regardless of peo-
graphical location, and all races,
colors and creeds. If the United
Nations are the builders of the
future peace for the entire world,
they should pattern their program
after that of that great American,
Abraham Lincoln, that all men
were created equal and should
be given equal rights and rec-
ognition, or we win never have
peace on earth and there will I
never be good will amongst men.
It is downright hypocrisy on
the part of the British govern-
ment to have strings attached to
the decision to be rendered by
the United Nations, by declaring
that they (Britain) reserve the
right to veto the decision of the
United Nations in the event it
does not meet with their approv-
al. In other words, it's the old
coin game of heads I win, tails
you lose.
The gallant struggle for a
homeland that the Jews are fight-
ing for in Palestine is no differ-
ent than that put up by George
Washington to break away from
British bondage and domination,
so that we who live today can
enjoy a freedom that would
otherwise have been denied us.
The British government has ut-
terly failed to live up to the
Balfour Declaration and the man-
date after World War I. It must
be definitely recognized by the
world at large that the Jews in
Palestine as well as every other
part of the world, are not beg-
ging for charity and do not invite
sympathy. All they ask for is jus-
tice in the true sense of the word,
and a voice in world affairs, in
exchange for which they will
contribute their full share of their
wisdom and culture to help man-
kind make this a happier and
better world to live in for all
races, col6rs and religions.
Jews have sacrificed their
lives before for a just cause and
they will not hestitate to make
sacrifices again and again if It
will help mankind. Their lives
may be taken in their efforts to
make life worthwhile but their
integrity, never'
There will never be peace on
earth and good will to men until
and unless every race, every
color and every religion is freed
from the bondage of power-
grasping governments in any
part of the world where oil is of
greater value than human beings.
The Jews the world over are fol-
lowing in the steps of that great
American patriot, Patrick Henry,
who so wisely and bravely said
"give me liberty or give me
death."
Very truly yours,
CLAUDE D. ARMSTRONG.
Miami Beach, Fla.
FloridaThe Sunshine State-
is primarily interested in mer-
chandising Bunlight,
"Sunlit hours" are of such a
premium that in many states.
even during the longest days of
the year, time is advanced one
hour.
We Floridians, engaged in the
business of selling sunshine and
its accompanying advantages,
should, in my opinion, create our
own year-round "Florida Time"
by permanently advancing our
time by one hour.
Such action by the citizens of
Florida would create an invalu-
able promotional aid for the mer-
chandising of our year-round rec-
reational advantages of "fun in
the sun." Our customers and
ourselves could have greater
utility from our "sunlit hours."
Permanently advanced "Florida
Time" would eliminate the sea-
sonal controversy and confusion
of moving from one time to an-
other, It would simply establish
"Florida Time" in the same rec-
ognized categories as Eastern
Time, Central Time. Mountain
Time and Pacific Time.
Promotionally acute Floridians
insist that Florida must lead the
nation with its state promotional
program, Our partnership with
the sun suggests to me thai Flor-
ida should be the first to gn et ii
each day of the year.
The advantages of 'Florida
Time" justify the temporary in-
conveniences of adjusting our-
selves to Us schedule.
Yours very truly,
J. T. LARIMORE.
Miami Laundry Co,
P. O. Box 21(1(1
Miami. Florida.
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THE AMERICAN
COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM
Southern Florida Chapter
May 12, L947.
Mr. Fred Shochet
The Jewish Ploridian
120 N.- E. Sixth St
Miami. Florida
I tried to reach you a few
times but evidently you didn't
get my message. What I wanted
to tell you was that I am dis-
appointed in your not reporting
any portion of the releases that I
sent you on important matters
concerning Jews.
You are principally serving
the readers of Jewish news. Don't
you think that all the news con-
cerning the Palestine situation
should be put before your'read-
ers? You and I have always
thought alike about discrimina-
tion. Wouldn't you say that your
publication is discriminating in
this respect. Be wise and show
both sides of an issuebe a part
of free press.
Sincerely,
BF.NJ. E. BRONSTON.
B.B. Women's Supreme Council Installs New Officers
Installation oi new officers brought the 7th annual meeting
of the B'nai E'rith Women's Supreme Council to a close in
Washington Shown above at the installation ceremonies
are (seated, left to riqht) Mrs. Maurice Bisgyer, Washington,
D. C 2nd vice president; Mrs. Ida Cook Farber, New York,
pas president: Mrs. Abram Orlow, Philadelphia, president;
Mrs. Hyman C. Weisman, St. Louis, 1st vice president.
(Standing, left to right) Mrs. Charles Solovich, Detroit, historian;
Mrs. Max Katz, Brookline, Mass.. 3rd vice president; Mrs. Dal
Si'egel. Salt Lake City, treasurer; Mrs. M. A. Temerson, Tusca-
loosa, Ala., secretary. .__________________
JWV Smoker Postponed
tag smoker, originally sched-
uled by the Norman Bruce Brown
Post 174. Jewish War Veterans.
for May 25, has been postponed
to June ,1. it was learned today,
due to the concurrence of tin-
original date with Shevuoth.
Members of the post ap ilogized
' >r their oversight in originally
scheduling the event on a relig-
ious holiday, when the error was
brought to then attention. The
affair will take place at at the
Red Bam club, N. W. 79th st. and
37th ave, Proceeds of the event
vill go toward the erection of a
new home.
In 1939, Great Britain adopt) d
the White Paper. Undo: this pol-
icy, Palestine became closed to
Jewish immigration after tin
1944. Nor would Jews be
permitted to buy land in P
tine without the consent "I the
British High Commissioner. This
repudiation of the Balfour Dec-
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especially cruel in view of the in-
human persecutions by Hitler.
The Jews were trapped and had
no country to which they could
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JEWISH STATE
PHILADELPHIA (JTA).The
anti-Zionist views of the Ameri-
can Council for Judaism were
outlined here by Lessing Rosen-
wald, president of the organiza-
tion, before the American Philo-
sophical Society.
"The anti-Zionist goal equates
completely and is dependent on
the democratic goal," he said. "It
maintains that in a democratic
world, the proposal of a Jewish
state is destructive. Adherents of
this philosophy, therefore, will
turn for a solution to the fullest
expression of democratic con-
cepts and to a worldwide accep-
tance of the sanctity of the indi-
vidual and undamental human
rights."
A different idea is expressed
by Zionism, Rosenwald added.
'Zionism is founded on the idea
that Jews are elements of a na-
tion; that these elements suffer
from a sense of 'homelessness'
and will remain so unless they
possess a sovereign territory of
their own; that when and if such
sovereign territory were acquir-
ed, the problem of Jews would be
substantially solved. The national
element of Zionism is thus basic
"Grant the nationalist's pre-
mise that Jews are a nation," he
continued, "suffering from a
sense of homelessness and from
a lack of a special national home,
and it follows that the problem
can be resolved only by the cre-
ation of a Jewish state or com-
monwealth. In other words, Zion-
ism is linked to a formula for
Jewish territorial sovereignty.
A cording to the Zionists even
tr.e most genuine and thoroughly
d'-ve'.oped democracy is incap-
abl of solving the problems of
t1 Jews." Widespread democ-
rc< y, Mr. Rosenwald asserted, is
fi.rdamentally destruc tive of
J ish nationalism insofar as its
val ics tend to eliminate the
y rmng for a separate national
existence.
In a letter to Secretary of State
George C. Marshall, the American
C >i ncil for Judaism last week
vi^jrously opposed to the re-
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re( ignition as a non-voting rep-
resentative during consideration
by the United Nations of the Pal-
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