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The Jewish Floridian ( May 23, 1947 )

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SERB 111 l§|fe JtyfewyyEloipidliigun VOLUME 20-NUMBER 2 II N Palestine Meet OK's Inquiry Group FLUSHING MEADOWS (JTA)—The historic special session ol the United Nations on Palestine ended last Thursday in an aura of good-will, as the 55-nation assembly, with only the Middle East states and Afghanistan in opposition, approved the terms of reference and the composition of the inquiry committee, which it is hoped will recommend a final solution of the age-old problem. Last minute efforts were made by Poland and Argentina to have the Big Five and one Arab country included in the inquiry commission, but they were unsuccessful. Asaf Ali, the jlndian delegate who was among* I those who eventually voted for = MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY g IQ PRICE: TEN CENTS I the terms of reference, earlier [spoke against them and warned [that they might precipitate Arab [disturbances in Palestine and [lead to a third world war. The assembly adopted a resolution proposed by Norway, calling [upon all governments and peoIples, particularly the inhabitants lof Palestine, to refrain from "the [threat or use of force or any %  other action," pending a decision I by the assembly in September. It was officially announced by Ithe U. N. secretariat that the inIquiry commission will hold its Ifirst meeting on May 26 at Lake ISuccess, at which time it will draft a program of work. It will Ithen leave for Palestine, and probably go to Europe later. It was doubted whether the commission will hold hearings in the S. prior to its return from Palestine and Europe, but the [commission has a free hand in pending its procedure. The assembly elected the seven Rations originally suggested by we U. s.. plus two nominated by Chile and an additional one each pom the Asian and the South Pacific areas. The inquiry comnttee will consist of the followC a n a d a, Czechoslovakia, Iran, the Netherlands, Peru, SweUruguay (all proposed by U. S), Yugoslavia and Guatemala (suggested by Chile), (Continued on Page 4) OF PUBLIC SCHOOL %  Day Fast Is Plight N 116 Stranded Jews VIENNA refugees medwere moved to the (JTA)—A group of f"> Rumanian Jewish jranded oil a railroad bridge on e Austru-Hungarian border for !" r days without food or P 1 atttnti on wtaurant of a railroad station ...Loipersbach, nearby, last SatJjy evening, it was learned J men, women and children ved their first hot meal in 13*** and a local doctor W the sick. The transfer earned out by Austrian "*tk gU f ds actin on ord <>rs "io Austrian Interior Min„, 0ri 'nally, the Jews had *r ( rs r ,heborderby le Aust; local 'critics, NEW YORK (JTA).—Objection to both "released time" and "dismissed time" or to "the utilization in any manner of the time, facilities, personnel, or funds of the public school system for purposes of religious instruction' has been announced jointly by the National Community Relations Advisory Council and the Synagogue Council of America. Several weeks ago, the same organizations announced the creation of a joint advisory committee on religious instruction and the public school, to give guidance to Jewish communities. The joint statement was released after authorization by the executive committee of the NCRAC. It had been adopted by the Fifth Plenary Session of the NCRAC. held March 15-17; and on April 2 the Synagogue Council in plenary meeting adopted an identical statement. Based on a resolution adopted by a joint conference of the NCRAC and the Synagogue Council last November, after two full days of deliberation, the statement has the support of the major rabbinical and lay synagogue organizations as well as the NCRAC. The text of the statement follows: The utilization in any manner of "the time, facilities, personnel or funds of the public school system for purposes of religious instruction should not be per(Continued on Page 4) TO LOUIE, REPORTS A series of important reports and recommendations, some of which promise to simplify the construction and enlarge the scope of activities of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be presented to the membership at the organization's annual meeting on Tuesday. May 27th. at 8 pm. at the Miami Woman's Club. 17th street and Bayshore drive, according to Morris Klass, executive director. Harry I.urie, executive director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, parent body of the Miami group, will be the guest speaker for the occasion, which will feature reports by Max Orovitz, Federation president; Mr. Klass, and by Leon Kaplan, chairman of the nominating committee. The election of officers and a board of directors are the chief points on the business agenda of the yearly meeting, which will also consider a series of proposed changes in the constitution and by-laws of the organization. Among the changes is one to enlarge the Federation's board of directors by allowing member organizations with more than 500 members to elect two delegates to the board. Other changes include the appointment of three to five trustees to invest trust funds set up by the Federation; the enlargement of the budget committee to twenty-one members from its present twelve members; the institution of two additional standing committees, a community relations committee, and one for community planning; and the enlargement of the nominating committee. According to advance information released here, the nominating committee will submit to the meeting the following as suggested members of the board: Honorary president. Max Orovitz; president. Jacob Sher; vicepresidents, William D. Singer, Herbert Scher, Abraham let DPs Come In' Says Justice Dep't. WASHINGTON (JTA)— The Justice department memorandum urging favorable action on the Stratton bill to admit 400,000 displaced persons to this country during the next four years, contains three suggestions for modification of the measure. The memorandum, in the form of a letter written to Earl C. Michener, chairman of the House 1,425 PASSENGERS OF S. S. LID IN CYPRUS HAIFA (JTA)—Four deportation ships, carrying 1,425 visaless immigrants who arrived in Haifa aboard the Hatikvah last Saturday, have disembarked their passengers in Cyprus, according to word from Famagusta. Their arrival brings the camp population to over 16,000, but 1,125 were scheduled to be returned tc Palestine this week. One of those arrested aboard the Hatikvah is Shmuel Izban, a correspondent of the Morning Journal, New York Yiddish daily. Izban. who is being held in jail here, has appealed to the American consul to secure his release. The consul is alleged to have told him that "this is a peculiar situation for an American citizen to be in," but promised to take up the matter with the Palestine government. There is considerable speculation here as to what reply, if any. the government will make to the statements issued during the week-end by the Irgun and the Good: Stern group, outlining their conJudiciary committee, by Douglas W. McGregor, acting attorney general, states: "I am in full accord with the proposal to render relief and assistance to the unfortunate people who have become homeless and displaced because of the tragedies of war and persecution." 4> In addition to a proposal to grant permanent status to some 15,000 persons now here on temporary status, the Justice department letter suggests that some provision be made for the relief of those "displaced in the sense that they are victims of cruel and constant persecution because of their race, religion or political opinions." It also asks that the bill exclude from entrance those persons who had "no valid reason for not remaining in Germany, Austria and Italy," those "who voluntarily assisted the enemy during World War II," and those who have been members of or participated in any movement hostile to the United States or to the republican form of government. The same changes were suggested in a letter setting forth the State department's views written by Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson to Congressman Frank Fellows, chairman of the immigration sub-committee. About 700 displaced children have been brought to this country since the end of the war and about 350 more are eligible to come, Miss Evelyn Smith, consultant on foster care of the Children's Bureau told a press conference here. The only children being brought over now, she said, are those who were in the American zone on Dec. 1945. man, Stanley C. Myers, Irving Frankel; secretary, Mrs. Monte Selig; treasurer, Carl Weinkle. Delegates at large: Jack A. Abbott, Jack Albin, R. William Apte, Joseph Arkin, Sam Blank. Harry Boyell, S h e p a r d Broad, Leo Chaikin, Charles H. Cohen, Har-1 mittee (Continued on page 4) jtions. ditions for agreeing to a truce during the U.N. inquiry. Although the government will certainly not agree to the conditions, it is believed that it will attempt to prevent serious incidents during the period in which the cornis making its investigate:%  in, police, and nans, under orders of Soviet occupation auS t r Q ef v usc d to permit them u 1 1 0 Vienna. *Sn" 1 th JeWS are Vir use i ?, eis ln the Nation, berCri eiUU ''' the Austrian la n Police have N nor nave received K The' 11 '" 8 lhe refu ees to pmittee d food bee Joint Distribution >s not permitted to or medicine to the th USe u does not operhe Sov zone of Austria. Committee Report Will Air Federation Budget Changes The general reallocation of funds from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to its member I ments gestion that a flat 10 per cent reduced from $3,000 to $1,500. horizontal reduction in allotThe contingency reserve, already to all organizations be | tapped this year for more than orgTnlza'tro^Tade'^essaVrby made was rejected du, to the j $5,000, to be reduced by $10,000. --•:--•fact that this would the failure of the organizations drive to meet its quota of $1,309,great a hardship work too on member ^ S'^n^fS/a^e^ first expected, according to indications this week. The report of the Federation's budget committee, which was given the task of redistributing funds on the basis of the $800,000 actually raised in the drive, will be read before the annual meeting of the group on Tuesday night, at the Miami Woman s Club. According to the report, a sug7-2, the following recommendations will be made: The Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund, not now operating, to be NOTICE The office* of lhe Jewish Floridian will be closed all day Sunday and Monday in observance of the Shovuoth Holiday. Local agencies reserve, to be reduced from $35,000 to $30,000. The reserve for collection losses to be reduced by $22,803.45, and the campaign expenditures to be reduced to $40,000, effecting a saving of $3,235. Largest cut is to be suffered by the organization with the greatest original allocation, the United Jewish Appeal. This group, scheduled to receive 70 per cent of the Federation funds, will be recommended for a cut (Continued on Page 4) U.S. Job Bias Growing FEPC Council Declares WASHINGTON (JTA).—Since the end of the war "job discrimination against American minorities has become bold and rampant," Elmer Henderson, executive secretary of the National Council for a Permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission told the President's Committee on Civil Rights, during two-day hearings here. Henderson said that he felt it was "incumbent on the committee to recommend in the strongest terms" the passage of the Ives-Chavez-Norton bill barring discrimination in employment. "The problem of job discrimination is basic to any consideration of civil rights," he added. Replying to committee member Rabbi Roland Gittensohn, who asked whether the Council felt that employment bias could be solved by education alone, or by use of punitive measures, Henderson said that education alone was not sufficient. The American Jewish Congress, the American Jewish Committee, the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League and the Jewish Labor Committee are among groups working with the Council in fact-finding work to discover the sources and causes of discrimination in America. Henderson stated.



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PAGE TWO k**ist> fkridfiar Personally Sp** Dr. and Mrs. Harold Auslander, of Rivo Alto Island left Thursday for a two weeks' visit to Jamaica, British West Indies. • • On a recent fishing trip to the Keys at Craig, accompanied by his father. Benn Bloom, 15-year-old Norton Bioom succeeded in landing a 55-pound sailfish and a 22-pound dolphin. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis have left on a motorinq trip to Savannah, Georgia. • • Miss Marian Cohen, accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Joseph Cohen, is leaving for New York next week to attend a family wedding. While there she will attend the summer sessions at the Juilliard School of Music. • • Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman and their son, Morris, have returned from a recent vacation trip to Havana. • • Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have returned from a month's visit to New York, as has Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. • • Returning from a sudden trip to Baltimore, Mr. Joseph Zalis is greatly relieved over the health of his father, whose illness occasioned the trip. • • Mr. and Mrs. David M. Holstein. winter residents of Prairie ave., Miami Beach, have returned to their Syracuse (N. Y.) home for the summer months. • • Mrs. Morris Berinstein has closed her home for the summer and plans to return here in September. • • Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Goldstein, of LaGorce dr., have left for Chicago. • • Mr. Max Greenberg has returned from a visit to Rochester, N. Y. Miss Abrams Engaged To Marry Dr. M. Smith Mr. and Mrs Samuel Abrams, 730 Third St., Miami Beach, and turners of the Greenwood hotel, have announced the engagement ,i their daughter, Audrey, t<> Dr. Gertrude Brown Sets June 29 For Brooklyn Rite Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Brown. 1544 Meridian ave Miami Beach, have announced '•' forthcoming marriage of their daughter, < lei trade, to Leon Dubin. of Brooklyn, on June 29th. The betrothed girl is a graduate of Mian i Bea< h High attended the University ol Miami for tw< • %  %  and graduated te business school here. She is a member of Junior Hadassah and the Red Cross. Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dubin. of Brooklyn, served with the armed forces in Germany during the war. He is now in business wit! I is father. The couple will make their home in N>w York. NOTICE In order lo assure information being included in the Jewish Floridian, copy must be in the office Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. % iirdines Ylayjfon By LdCross 60 C plus tax Frank Berick To Mark Bar Mitzvah Saturday Frank Martin Berick. so Judge and Mrs. Morris B 4501 Royal Palm ave., will become bar mitzvah on Saturday, May 24. in %  i ny at Temple J3 e t h Sholom, Miami Beach, at 10:45 a.m. An open ;n honor of the confirmant will be held at Frank Benck the Berifks' nee on Saturday even The accident pevention committee of the Dade county chapter of the American Red Cross, with the co-operation of Jackson Memorial. St. Francis and Alton Road hospitals, has begun a survey of home accidents and their causes in an effort to make the public accident conscious and thereby enlist the aid of every citizen in reducing the number which occur. Mini ay Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs Murray Smith. 200 Ocean dr. A graduate of Miami Edison school and schools in fashion designing. Miss Abrams has ,1 on a September wedding. H< : nee, who holds a D.D.S. from New York university, served four yi i major in the dental corps, and saw sei.-. the European theatre. He will soon announce the opening if a new office in Miami, where he will prai neral dentistry. A party at Kitty Davis' restaurant on May 24 will celebrate ;• nn iuncen Robert Marks To Wed; Bride Is Ohio Girl Robert Marks, formerly of Boston and now in the advertising field in Miami, nounced his i"i tl c lai [e, on June 1st. to Miss June Bregman, of Lorain, O The bi idi -to-be, formerly a :it at Ohio State university, member of B'nai B'rith auxiliary ar.d the Junior Hadassah in I er home town, a suburb of Clevel Markis a graduate of Boston university and served five years as a captain in the air forces, two of them in Central America. I i couple will make then home in Miami. The Miami women's auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its last official meeting of the season at 1:30 p. m., Tuesday, May 27. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th avenue. Dabij Parade Jonathan Mark, son of Miriam and Max G. Stein, was born May 17 Pamela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Grossman, arrived April 26 Michael Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz, April 27 Andrea Ila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Mantell, born April 29 Linda Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Stern, April 29 Linda Faye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz, was born May 5 Many Parties Planned To Honor Barbara Meyer A dinner for the bridal party and out-of-town guests is the first in a series of events planned to honor Miss Barbara Meyer, bride-elect of Roy R. Schechter and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Meyer. 583 N. E. 56th st. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis will be the hosts for the dinner at their home. 8416 N. E. First ct. Miss Meyer, who will marry Schechter June 17 at the Shelborne hotel, will graduate from the University of Miami next week.having majored in Spanish there. For her bridal attendants she has chosen her sister. Miss Patsy Meyer, as maid of honor; Miss Nancy Rosenheim. Highland Park. 111., a former classmate at Carlton college: Miss Joy Moseiey. Miss Gloria Burns, Mrs. Joseph Davis and Mrs. Clarence Herrick. the latter two sisters of the prospective bridegroom. Mr. Schechter has chosen Harold Altschuler, Paterson, N. J.. a former classmate at the University of Virginia, as best man Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wolfson, Mr and Mrs Meyer Spencer, Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs Arthur Friedman have all planned additional parties for the brideelect. Zuckermans Return After Cuba Hone ymoon Mr. and Mrs, Maivi erman have returned to'v* Beach en route 0 £„> Iowa, after an extended^ moon in Havana ^ Mrs. Zuckerman b ^ I Ohio Girl Will Marry Seymour Shafer June 22 June 22 has been set as wedding date by Miss Adele Sachs and Seymour Shafer. son of Mr and Mrs Sol Shafer. 1271 S. W. 2lit St., accoi ding to an announcement by Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Sachs of Cleveland. Ohio, parents of the bride-to-be. Shafer is a graduate of theUniversity of Michigan and has attended Harvard law school. He I served in the Army air forces during the war. His fiancee ati tended schools in Cleveland. Burdine's joins La Cross in presenting Naylon first in Miami, ingenuousnew idea in nail polish and nail polish bottles. So easy to apply, so glistening and long wearing you'll wonder why it was never dreamed of before. The streamlined bottle will not tip over the longhandled brush makes application a cinch' In ripe, rich, glowing new Summer colors. MIAMI STORK. TOILETRIES. STREET KI-ooR. ALSO AT BURDINB'B U-M'UI.N ROAD ANT) AT RURTHNKS. WEST I'AI.M UKA'll You Can Have ... THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE at the SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH Carnival Dance SUNDAY, JUNE 1st 8:00 P. M. Come to the AIR-CONDITIONED FROLIC CLUB Causeway and Biscayne DANCING .... Barry Davis and His All-Vet Orchestra GAMES Surprises and Prizes REFRESHMENTS FUN ACTS TICKETS: $1.50 PER COUPLE Call 3:6306 or See Any B'nai B'rith Member Marjorie Thelma Roscngatto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten. 5860 Pine Tree drive, Miami Beach. They wen married May 7. at the' Roney Plaza hotel, in a ceremony at [ which Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches of Be David congregation officiated. The bride was attended by her I sister, Joyce, us maid of honor, Mrs. Norman Brown as matron of honor, and bridesmaids Audrey Fleischner, of Bristol, Conn, and Junice Green, of Middletown, N. Y. Rosalie Zuckerman, sister] of the bridegroom, acted as jun-1 ior bridesmaid. Mrs. Zuckerman is a graduate of Mt. Ida junior college and lie University of Alabama, where she was a number of Sigma Del-1 la Tau sorority. The groom, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Meyer Zuckerman, was altended by his brother Harvey a | best man He studied at Loral college in Dubuque. the University of Indiana and the University of Cincinnati, and served! overseas 33 months with the I Army. He is in the clothing bus-1 ne8 in Dubuque, where the couple will make their home. I A reception, attended by tt| hundred guests, followed t* marriage ceremony. FOR RENT Large private home, extensive grounds, bv ocean-n* Lincoln Road. Suitable 'or or two congenial famiua From Jun.1st to October 1* Phone 5-1312. High-Riding Romance and FastStepping Horsei! MAUREEN O'HARA CORNEL WILDE HELEN WALKER GLENN LANGAN "The Homestretch" in Technicolor



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-mAY. MAY 23, 1947 '"Jewish fkrktiaun Anna Brenner Meyers [SSB Reception Honors Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, hn has served for the past three •;„ h S president of the Jewish P I'si-rvicc Bureau, was honS !!l,t a reception Wednesday KM at the home of Mr. and KM! B-ft 1384 S. W. 'l3th street. More than seventyJe people attended the celebration, which was offered as a Emonial to Mrs. Meyers by I her colleagues. [ resolution, presented by JudCc Ha-ld Spaet, recognized h •debt of the board of direc\L of the Jewish Social Service Bureau and the community to |,|,c work of Mrs. Meyers, who lhas been actively engaged in %  community activity for many The resolution will be cast in I bronze and delivered to Mrs. IMevers "as a permanent memorial' '. for her outstanding, unIselfish and efficient service to Ithe needs of our community." I The new hoard of directors of |the JSSB will meet Thursday %  night. May 29, at the Beth David IcongrcRatior., at which time the %  election <>f officers will take %  place. Expand Beach Facilities. I Turk Urges At Rallies Hearing the peak in his camIpaign for election to the Miami [Beach city council, Harold Turk %  inaugurated a series of political Thursday, May IS, at 12th 1st. anil Washington ave. Turk [was aided by other speakers, including Mis Muriel Hirsch and |R, C. Lohmeyer. Advocating the expansion of ei'.v parks, Ualhing beaches and playground-. Turk called for acquisition of the Firestone estate, reiterating a previouus stand bejf..re a crowd of more than 500 in the Roney Plaza gardens. He Ideclarcd the Firestone estate was Ihe las! "I a few oeeanfront properties available which could M utilized for a municipal bathpng beach and park. The Firestone estate should be acquired at present prices hope the property is rezoned at attendant higher prices," Turk paid. He called for additional park facilities in South Beach and Bailed the establishment of n HW North Beach park Dr. Glickstein To Lead New Gables B'nai B'rith Dr. Leonard M. Gilckstein has been named to lead the newly formed B'nai B'rith lodge in Coral Gables, it was learned here recently. Elected with him were Sydney Block, vice-president; Sidney Lewis, recording secretary; Sidney Richman, financial secretary; Irving Gerstenfeld treasurer; Sam Silver, monitor; Bert Aber. warden, and Milt Klein, guardian. The following were elected as trustees: Sidney Poller. Oscar Sindell. Sam Wise! and Maurice Shorr. The group enrolled approximately 50 charter members in their initial membership drive. The lodge will be officially installed by district officers a' t>v B'nai B'rith convention, scheduled for Miami Beach on June 7. Coral Gables lodge No. L662 ". %  ill meet the first Wednesday of each month at Ilillel House. 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. PAGE THREE 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 Burbridge Spurs Permit For Beach Center In the face of threatened court action. Councilman William Burbridge at Miami Beach Wednesday spearheaded action which resulted in the city giving the YMHA a permit to begin construction on its community center at 1600 Bay rd. Opposition to the construction of the $775,000 recreation center crystalizcd with the appearance before the council of Attorney J. P. Simmons, representing a property owner on the north side of the YMHA location which was dedicated on May 4. Simmons' appearance apparently was a surprise to a delegation headed by Milton Sirkin. Attorney Louis Heiman and Carl Wcinkle. president of the Beach "Y." While the property was zoned for the construction of a private clubhouse, Simmons contended that certain deed restrictions prohibited this, and that the center, as reported by newspaper and other accounts, would not be a private club, but a "business enterprise." "I see no reason why these people, after purchasing this property, should be forced to seek another location." Burbridge declared. "It is true that it is next to a residence, but it also is almost next to the Flamingo hotel. I move that the permit be granted." Bu'-bi idge's motion was quickly seconded by Councilman Ralph Pole and received the unanimous vote ->f the entire council. Simmons did not indicate when he would file a suit in circuit court to enjoin the city of Miami Beach from allowing construction of the center. VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATE Sam Gold For City Council JUNE 3rd, 1947 "THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE" Paid Political AdvertlMment Officers-, and trustees of the newly organized Cora? Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith meet at Hillel House to appoint committees and launch thjii community-service programs for the year. lr photo, standing in rear: Osrar Sindell. trust :-e. Sam Silver, monitor; Sam Weissel, trustee; Sidney Richman, financial secretary. Front re' 'left to right) Irving Gerstenfeld. treasurer; Sydney Block, vice-president, and Dr. Leonard M. Glickstein, president. Glenn C. Mincer, United Slates state's attorney, will address the Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith luncheon today at noon at the Downtown Club, Scybold Arcade, on the subject, "How Best To Co-operate With Your State's Attorney." Bill Pallol will introduce ihe speaker. Sam Silver, lodge president, will Dreside. Camp Osceola A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of Die Ski/" HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. A FEW MORE VACANCIES HERBERT SILVER. Director Ji>0 Jefierson Ave.. 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Jewish War Veterans (twice) Chief. Civilian Defense. Miami Beach (4 years) Member, Zionist Organization of America Vice-President, Beth Jacob Congregation Member, B'nai B'rith. Elks, YMHA. Masons, Knights oi Pythias President, Washington Avenue Merchants Association (Pid Poltiicel A4yrtl*tTi^n)



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PAGE FOUR 9-Jenisi' nvridian ""DAY, MAY Editorial REAL PLANNING Intelligent and unselfish social planning is behind the announcement, made jointly by the Jewish Welfare Board and the Jewish War Veterans, that beginning on June 1 the Jewish War Veterans will take over from the Jewish Welfare Board the nationwide program of claims and contact services for veterans of Jewish faith and their dependents. It seems loqical that this work should be undertaken by the Jewish War Veterans as a veterans organization, in much the same way that the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Catholic War Veterans and other veterans groups similarly handle veterans claims. In relinquishing this phase of its veterans program, while continuing to carry on its religious and welfare program tor veterans in hospitals, the Jewish Welfare Board has shown a hiqh degree of social service statesmanship. It relinquishes that which is properly the function of another agency and continues that work which it can best and most efficiently handle. This is social planning at its best. It is good, too, to hear that the Jewish War Veterans is ready to assume the responsibilities which are rightfully itsthe handling of claims and contact services for Jewish veterans. Under the supervision of its new executive director. Colonel organizations one Charles I. Schottland. well known in social service circles as goes into eflect the former executive director of the Federation of Jewish Welfare Organizations of Los Angeles and as a member of the staff of General Eisenhower in charge of displaced persons, it can be safely assumed that the J.W.V. will handle its new responsibility in keeping with the highest and finest traditions of Jewish social service. The joint announcement of the two organizations particularly will continue its program in the emphasizes the fact that all Jews, whether or not they be memreligious, welfare .community, bers of the Jewish War Veterans, "shall be eligible for service hospit* to the same extent and of the same quality as J.W.V. members, without any preference or priority to members." The American Jewish community through the Jewish welfare c r l, no l<. funds of the United States will continue to finance this program N.^.It.AA, for the J.W.V. in the future as it has for the J.W.B. in the past. It can well be satisfied that the best possible job will be done for veterans of Jewish faith under this new realignment of functions for the Jewish War Veterans and the Jewish Welfare Board. JWV Undertakes Veterans Welfare In Pact With JWB PITTSBURGH (JTA). — The Jewish Welfare Board and he Jewish War Veterans of the United stales have concluded an agreement whereby the formers; ,r „inim anH contact program of claims and services for Jewish veterans and ; their dependents will be taken over by the JWV annual meet-, ing. The terms of the agreement, which were made public by Prank Weil, president of the JWB and Milton H. Rich man. | commander of the JWV. provide that the JWB shall be represented by tiiimembers of a SIX man advisory committee which will be established to supervise the "implementation of this agreement." The program is to be reviewed jointly by the two izations one year after it organization guaranteed to provide adequate claims and contact service for Jewish veterans throughout the country on a basis of full equality for members and non-members alike. The welfare organization and social fields at veterans'hospitals and other veterans' facilities. End Religious Classes i ttinued from Page 1) We, therefore, believe | that Jewish communities are jusj tified in ol jecting to released time or dismissal time programs. Where such programs cannot be avoided the following stateSHEVUOTH The festival of Shevuoth which we celebrate this week is ol a twin aspect. It is a harvest festival and at the same time it is ment is presented for community traditionally observed as the time of the giving of the Law on guidance: M p. (a) Religious instruction 01 '-Because of the latter aspec, it was quite natural ifaal II £*£ *£* STSSC-S should become, also, in these days, a holiday set apart for ;h| hom| g| ( not of th Fund. CoLElry Stone; MI.SJJ hospital. J. Gerald U J B'rith ladies auxiliary, Mn Beach. Mrs. Harry Kaufman^ Jewish People's Fraternal No. 192, MrsJ^lvraj^lof^ Published every F J'?* y ,."w N. I b/ The Jewi'hfK'ViSriME "; Sixth Street, M.am, '8, f July 4, tered at second-c %  "' <" o( Mil* 1930, at the Post Office % %  3 ,0. F.a.. under the Ac. of Marc The Jewish Fiorid.an nas ,, the Jewish Unity and W| g. Weekly. Member of th Arts Wg? graphic Ateney. Seven servi* Syndicate. Worldwide N'* ^enNational Editorial A 0C E '"gNsh'** can Aaeoeiat.or ol !" fo&) Newapapera, Florida y .. SUBSCRIPTION BATW, One Year $5* Two Yeara FREDlTsHOCrirr "Sor and P-* -phones TSgf OFFICE and PLJ*' 120 N. E. SixthJ^ VOLUME 20 J w; Friday. Ma> -3. j SIVAN 4, %  ••



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%  Ti LmAV. MAY 23, 1947 !" fcclM 0108 1 Resigns; *Vas T Chief 4 Years special board meeting • Sunday, Jack Marash, exoulive director of the Miami b h YM a" d YWHA, submitj his resignation from that Ji which he has held since Ertcmbcr. 1943. Mirash who originally came ., Atlanta, said that he had Kptcd the post of Jewish comlun.tv center director in RichBva and asked that his Kation become effective Aul*u?t lst ... u. nuiinfi his tenure with the •Wh Y he was instrumental m Corganization of the Greater Jewish Cultural commitI c as well as the Community Icorccrt series sponsored by the Inoach Y"s. Marash was a board lumber of the Council of Social ILncies of Dadc county, and [chairman of the Council's recreational division. T he YMWHA board has not |rot named a successor to fill [the vacant post. Police Station Is Plank 101 Jim' Jeff res' Platform James P. Jeff res, who filed as a candidate in the Miami Beach Icouncilmanic race last week, announced his advocacy of a better I lighting system for the city's [streets as one of the chief points |ir. his election platform. Jeffrcs, former hotel operator I and currently owner of a Lincoln I Road dress shop, added that he I stands for immediate construction of the municipal auditorium; [a better sewage system; a separate county for Miami Beach; promotion of youth activities; (added bathing facilities for the public, and a police sub-station [for North Beach. A graduate of Mt. St. Mary's college, Maryland, Jeffres came here from Chicago in 1938. He served as negotiator for the Army engineers here during the war and is a member of the Flamingo Democratic club and the Hotel Greeters of America. *Jeisli fkrkttat) New Board Is Sworn In By Miami Jr. Hadassah The Greater Miami unit of Junior Hadassah, in a solemn candlelight ceremony on May 10 at the Alcazar hotel, installed nine newly elected officers to its executive board. Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, outgoing president, accepted the title of honorary president and a gift from the members. Doris Albin was installed as new president. Other officers arc Toby Cooper, vice president; Eileen Cowen, vice-president; Beverly Raphael, vice-president and American affairs committee chairman; Lucille Yagoda, treasurer; Elarose Rogow, corresponding secretary; Doris Shapiro recording secretary; Arlene Rose. financial secretary, and Hilda Schwart, social secretary and Henrietta Szold Award chairman. The Henrietta Szold pin is the highest recognition a member of Junior Hadassah can receive. PAGE FIVE End 'Single-Shot' System Snedigar Urges Voters Louis F. (Red) Snedigar, seeking reelection to the Miami Beach city council in the municipal election of June 3, appealed to voters this week to cast their ballots for five candidates, pointing out that "it was never intended that the pernicious system of 'single shotting' should become the instrument of candidates who are willing to engage in practices that are unfair to the people they seek to serve." "In this generation, Hitler popularized the 'single shot' system of voting and death was the penalty for failure to obey his mandate. Let us, then, not risk the advent of the Hitler system into our paradise by engaging in 'single shot' voting," Snedigar said. Beth David To Honor Students, Confirmants The Beth David congregation nas announced its class of confirmants who will be honored ir special ceremonies at the synagogue over the week-end, along with Sunday school and Hebrew school students who have been placed on the honor roll of the congregation. The confirmants are: Bonnie Lou Buskin, Bulh Dlxon n Green, Myrna Lessln, Edgar i*wl, Franclne Markowlu, Marvin MnrkowlU. Belle Helrowlts, David Morvll, Kenneth Myers, Robert Newman, Shirley Newman, Phyllis Palet, Susan Toll'iLk, Stella Roeenfeld Herman Roaunlhnl, Jay Rossln, Bhirlej Salute, Sherman Hvhnltser, Ruben Senw uts, Richard Kepler, I: ohovln, Arthur Bhlafrock Burton Wolf, batman, Shirley Stein, Stanley stoning;, Arlene w, Inberg and KIU n swine. Sunday school honor students: Sandra Atklna Franclne August, Arthur Becker, Alvln Capp, Chian ''I. in, Judith Freeman, Marcle Felngolil, Dorothy Flshman, Sellg Qoldln, Estelle r,ieenberg, Prank Ureenberg, Joan Hablow, Prankle Kreutier, Kther Lelbowltl, Sue Miner Adi le Musk. George Newman, Eve Pearlstem. Diane Rablnowlu, Susan Ri Allan Rose, Stanley Rose, Marcla Robinson, Oharlene Rossln, Linda Rovln, Jane Safer, Morris Spector Kenneth Sher, Adele Slegi I. Ri ve Shapiro, Roselle Segal, Ruth Saal, Sandra Shier, Rita Bhlafrock, Win. Sernaker, Lita, Ann Wolss and Rosalind Wlm < Hebrew school honor students: Sammy Blank, Joseph Bloch, Anne Elsnor Marcla Pelngold, Paul Qaffan, Jimmy Gordon, Harvey Kasow, Michael Qutman, Myron Kahn, Benny r, Stanlej Rose, Judy Rosenthal, Barbara Safer, Judy Sterling, Robert Sterling, Kenneth Sher Leonard Stein, Adele Siege!, Joseph Warshaw. Graduate group: Samuel Bernstein, Audrey Castel, Dorothy Plshman, Bstelle Oreenberg, Frank Greenberg, Irene Kestenbauum, Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene Rossln, Jerry Sohulman and Raphael Sho PmmHIt 1 WOLPERT FURNITURE^ 1200 CORAL WAY — AT "5 POINTS" 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 The Perfect CORSET SHOP 1757 S. W. 8th Street Phone 9-9837 READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL "A Vacation Paradise" Early Reservations Suggested June lst till Oct. 1st EXCELLENT FOOD Golf Horseback Riding Obituaries DENMARK Meyer Denmark, %  >:*, retired eontractor from Newark, x. .r., who came to Miami Beach two years ago died suddenly at his home late last week. Kuneral arrahKcni.wils were under the direction of the Beach Memorial i'u neral home, Survivors are bis wife, Anna, two sons, Albert and Irving, ind a daughter, Mrs. Helen Cantor, "f Long Island, N. Y. BRACKER Murray Bracker, ( %  former \ fork dress manufacturer and motion picture publicist, died of a cerebri Ihemorrhage In Savanah, Oa., May i' 'Often a visitor to Miami h.was n lated by marriage to two Miami residents, Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Carl u/elnkle, both of whom attended th funeral In Savannah. Mr. Bracker isurvived by his wife, Violet: three sons. Milton, David S, and Charles N. his mother, Mrs. Mary Bracker, ol .New Vork; two brothers, Harry and Henry; two sisters. Mrs. Ituth Stone and Mrs, Jessie Menin, and twograndi hlldren. DRUCKER Mrs, Sophie Drucker, 85, 1SJ N W, Utli ave. died Tuesday after a brief Illness. A resident of Miami for 15 years, Mrs. Drucker came originally from Cleveland, Ohio, She is survived by her husband, Aiei and three sons. Ben, Sidney and David Brucker, all of Miami. Services weir held Wednesdaj a( Gordon Funeral chapel. Bui ial was In Mt. Nebo cemetery. LEVIN Ira F,. Levin, son of Mrs, Adele Segall Levin, S3 N. B. "Tt l> street, died Tuesday, Services were held Weilnesdav ill Gordon Funeral ehapel, LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HBRBBT GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engai business under the fictitious name of WORLD WIDE IMPORTING A EXPORTING CO., at 15J8 N. Miami Ave Miami. Florida. Intends to reglste .aid name with the Cleric Of the Circuit Court of Pade County. Horida. MAURICE C. COHEN Polo Owner. WILLIAM L. PALLOT, Attorney for Applicant, 5 16-23-30 6/6-13 IN TUB CIRCt'lT COURT OF THE ,N „TII %  I'l'-IAL CttRCUITIN AND ,,,„[ DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. >iu>j No. 109294 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PAULINE GOREN. Plaintiff, MORRIS GOREN, i tefendant. ,-,,,.; STATE OF FLORIDA! TO MORRIS GOREN. 128 Fort Washington Avenue Apartment 10-C %V .by-noOfUd wd" ordered to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In roe above styled causeTon or before the 16th day of Tune 1347: otherwise the alleRatfj," of said Hill 0" Complaint will OS taken as eonfessed against VOU. '•'V. "is Order be published ones a w .ik for four consecutlvo weeks in • ,, ,i Ulisi, Ftorldlan, a ''•.;"?'.'"•" iiuiw.d in Pade County, Florida, ""SATED ttliUUi day of May. IHT. 1 A ,. : B LBATHERMAJJ, %  1. rk of Circuit Court. nv F. .' GOULD. Deputy Clerk. "VM^ Plaintiff. 1703 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida. 5/js.JJ-IO '* Be A Good Citizen! Vote for Five on June 3 ELECT LOUIS F. (RED) SNEDIGAR And Four Other Good Men HIS QUALIFICATIONS ARE: Residence—28 Years at Miami Beach Education—Graduate Stetson University Four Terms Your Ilayor Member Miami Beajh Elks Club Member Miami Beech Realtors Member Miami Bearh Bar Association Married—Two Sons—Both Veterans Your Present City Councilman Paid Political Advertisement MORE NIGHTS OF DOG RACING POST TIME 8:00 P. M. 10 RACES*NIGHTLY DAWY DOUBLE lst & 3rd QUINIELAS EVERY RACE No Minors Admitfd NATURAL AIR COOLING SYSTEM EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTES From Miami: Transit busses leave corner of N. E. 1st Ave. end 2nd St every 15 minutes, starting at 8:30 P.M. From Miami Beach: Sportsman Bus Service-7th & Collins; 1st bus 7:00 P.M. end every 20 m^utes until 8:00 P.M.; 18th & Collins, 1st bus 7:10 P.M. and every 20 minutes until 8:10 P.M. 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• • PAGE SIX fJenist ftcridliar AJC Women's Luncheon Will Mark Installation Installation of new officers of the Miami chapter, Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, has been scheduled for a luncheon to be held Wednesday, May 28 at 12:30 in the Panama Room at the Robert Clay hotel. The invocation will be given by Rabbi Murray Grauer, and Mr?. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida Women's Division ol the AJC, will install the follow ing officers: President, Mrs. Sidney Stepkin; vice-presidents. Mesdames SidneyLewis, Sidney Boeninger. Jerry Goldman, Isidore Cohen and Leonard Custice: rec secretary, Mrs. Jack S corresponding secretary Mrs. Sidney Alterman; financial seen tary, Mrs. Amos Benjamin: treasurer. Mrs. Albert Ladd; honorary president. Mis. Joseph M. Fine: and program chairman, Mrs. Joseph Mondres. Milton Rubin will lender several vocal selections, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Helen Gerstenfeld. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Mark Kaplan, chairman of the installation committee, at 3-4675. Honorary Mayoralty Asked For John H. Levi J. C. "Jack" Kimball. candidate in the pepper) councilmanic election cami Beach, this wi %  I thi I pointment of retii ing Councilman John 11 Levi as honorary mayor of the city. Kimball urged app n in recognition of Levi's I >n faithful service to the co nity. Kimball is presidi nl I list Street association, and first vice-president oi the M Beach Youth Center. Hi i mittee which successfully spun ; the recent freeho proval for bonds to construct %  municipal auditorium. I ;1 ief among the eal %  's election planks an elimination ol overlapping nmenl di ments, and placing ol resp oility for one or more city denl directlj with ind uncilmen. to whem tax ei s may propel ly refer w "passing the buck." Veteran Case Worker Named To JSSB Position Mi Leo Alpi t, veteran social i ently apv is ,i ol c tsi work j. Social Servii e buVoters of Miami Beach CAST YOUR BALLOTS ON JUNE 3 It Is Your Duty To Vote ELECT 1.C.~liirii" Kimball Your CITY COUNCILMAN Kknball's Record of Civic Achievements Deserve Your Support He is first vice president and house committee chairman. Miami Beach Youth Center, now serving second term. President of 41st Street Association, Democratic Precinct Commifteeman, Precinct 26. Miami Beach. Kimball is a member of American Christian Palestine Committee. He was chairman of Citizens' Committee sponsoring freeholder approval of Municipal Auditorium Bonds. Kimball is pledged, for low-price housing for Veterans, School Teachf, rS '^ C U Y Em P'y ees He served in World War II as member U. S. Coast Guard Port Security. 'Paid Political Advertisement) EDWARD iHERR 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 lor the approval of 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 oi facilities for permanent residents. VOTE FOR EDDY HERR ON JUNE 3rd Pid Palltteel AeWerliteniont %  •***> •iiiawwy-inriBw -T"-.— '. %  m CONGREGATION ORTHODOX BETH JACOB, 301311 uuncni-uftMun or. i n JAC.UB, 301 311 n. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meicheloff, Cantor Loir n 9,on Friday evening services, 6:30. Saturday mornino ?. W" Vleschelofi will preach on ;'Listen All Ye SL 30 Rabbi at 10. classes through June 8th. Special congregational members at the synagogue Wednesday, May 28. at meeting f or Pm. it BETH TFILAH. P.. Rackovskv. Friday Mincha 6:30 p. tn. followed by Maarh 5 Euclid ,.. Miami Beach. R abbi ^ Elate s*i 8:30 a. m. Saturday at 5 p. m. Mincha at 6, followed hv EX *?** Daily service. 730 .,. m. and 6:30 p. m. 6hev££servSfejS? evening, Sunday ana Monday. Yiskor at 11 o'clock Saturday 17th MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATinv n h Pve., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer N 590 S. W. Kabolas Shabboa 6:30 p. m. Services Saturday Sin Grauer will lecture on the 6th chapter of the "Ethic* nf% bbi 5.30 p. m. Shalos S'udos StfSft *2& Shevuoss. the Festival erf Matan Torah—The Gift of tbp T? !*?"* I Grauer will preach on both days of the Festival on M 8 I -Torah. its reward and blessing." Services both davs 81f) a „; 8 00 p m. Monday at 10:00 a. m. there will take pace v, 7 w and mortal services. F "wormereau, i i d ng to an announceby Charles ft Cohen. •xei utive din ctor of the Miami : on. tee, mothi if .1 local attorm v ident of i >al Shi a B.A. di V indei bill uni• y, and an M A in th< Ni w York S : S W k. from which she graduated in H141 Miami, Mr; Vlperl with the laltii Mel I department nf nd with the j, F lildren's Service of of the country's ling Jewish casework %  A mooting of the dance committee of American Jewish Congress, Miami Beach Chapter (Youth Division), was held Thurrday at the home of Helen and Yvette Wohbard. 601 Michigan avenue, Miami Beach. Members of the committee and their assignments are: Helen Weisbard. tickets; Lee Mellis, hospitality; Cy Pollokoff. orchestra, and Pat Blau. publicity. Evelyn Cohen and Al Weiner are co-chairmen of the affair which will be held at the Robert Richter hotel. May 31st, 8:30 p. m.. under the title of "Congress Capers." hem the HCHZ KCMf INSTIJUTI Something Different For a Milchig Meal turn n nchi \ • 11,1,1 % % % % %  an occa r a hghl part ji i %  Kloi ify one ni •''• % %  Try I Asparaqjs-Mushroom Casserole Thi* irrii„ culla f„, ; 4 hai 1 no. 214 can Asps agus spears '' 'up. undiluted M tard Slii D in a casserole arrani and ., Covei i .;. mivl ,„, ,. procedure I minutes CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N W Thirrf a .„ u. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches e M,aBi The last of the series of late Friday evening services urillh.i^u at 7:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor IfiSKtoeffJW ficiate. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the "Ethics of Our Father?" sw Lefcourt and Bernard A. Sterling, representing the Be n DaWfc Club, will conduct the responses in the services The flon \ If hit %  de bj Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenbergfin honor ft? Nemtzoff who is ^siting here. Sabbath services at 3 30Ti S Students" services al L0:f0 o'clock. Shevuoss w,ll be ushered faSrt urday evening at sundown. Services will be held Sundav and C day mornings al al .30. Students' services Sundav morning at 1038 koi M,.dav at 10:30 a. m Rabbi Shapiro's e. ntra fheni J discussion> will b e "A Lasting TributeConfirmation will behu the second night of Shevuoss. Sunday. May 25th, al 7:15 o'clock i e Beth David Synagogue. The confirmants will present the -Idea'! and Drean s of Israel"' The Jewish Folk Chorus and Cantor Mauri* Mamc es will be in charge of the musical program. The confirmation exercises are under the direction of Mrs. Alex Stiebcl. MIAMI BFACH JEWISH TENTER 1415 E.-r.H tT Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabalos Shabbas si ryke 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Lehrmar and Cantor fjOldnng Will officiate. Saturday service 9 a. m. Ju: IOI consregation service 10 a. m. Sundav morning. 8 a. m.. Rabbi Lehman'will deliver the charge to the rorfirmants at annual Shevuoss confirmation services, Monday morning the rabbi .will prvi.vr on "Our Sacred Trust. Yiskor services 10:30 a. m. Daily services 0 a m. and 6:30 p.m. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services Friday 8:18 p. m. and Saturdav morning at 10. Rabbi Max Kaufman will speak Friday, Mav 16. on "Jewish Welfare.'' Shevuoss sci vices Saturday. May 24, 6:30 p. m., Sundav. May 25, 10 am., Monday, May 26. 10 a. m.. and Memorial service at 11 a.m. Sunday. May 1H. the Religious School will hold a picnic at Rock Shelter, Greynold'a Park, at 10:30 a. m. All are welcome. LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi '-.eon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 1947 confirmation service, Shevuoss morning. May 25. 10 a.m. Reception following the service tendered by the confirmation parFriday evening service, 8:15 p. m. The Bar Mitzvah class of 70* will conduct the service. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on '•Thirteen Years ol Jewish Life." Sabbath service, 10:45 a. m. Bar Mitzvah, Frank Berick. Shevuoss evening service Saturday, May 24, al 5 30 p. in. Yiskor memorial service wifi be included in the service in Sunday morning. Mav 25. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render the musical portions at all services. -' :v %  ..:,' -i REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th tt.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. rridav evening at 8:15. regular Sabbath evening services. Salurday evening at 7:15, annual confirmation serviceand Shevuoss festival service. Sunday morning at 11 a. m. Rabli Zwitman will preach on the Biblical section of the Shevuoss festival. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. LauderdalfRabbi David Raab. On Friday evening at 8:00 Rabbi David Raab will conduct the services and preach the sermon on the subject of "The Immortal Best Sell, • On Sundav, Mav 25th a Shevuoss sen-ice willI take place at 10:30 a m Rabbi Raabwill ..peak on the subject "The Torah or the Sword." At this service the children of the religious sc-nooi will present a page-ant of the Ten Commandments under the direction of Mr. % Joseph Keller. In addition, the closing exercises M" religious school will take place, with the awarding of various prog Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy io Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789. 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€r^?>jr*r/c6ar) PAGE SEVEtf Miami Beach BB Women InaU gurate New Officers Th0 Miami Beach chapter of | B n „ B'rith Women installed a L e w slate of officers for the comni year at their second annual Saltation luncheon Tuesday, Hay 20. at the Cadillac hotel. Mrs Irving Lchrman conducted S, installation ceremonies placJJinta office as president Mrs .:,. n Kaufman; counsellor, Mrs. I L Qoldstrom; first vice-presiw Mrs. Harold Turk; second ^.president, Mrs. Marvin RosInhererecording secretary. Mrs. {Ling Frankel; financial secrearv Mrs. Joseph Mazo; correspond^ secretary. Mrs. Mollie Schuman: treasurer, Mrs. Alex ,:,„,„•• sentinel. Mrs. Seymour Satin, 'and guardian, Mrs David Harris. Installed as directors were tfesdames George Talianoff. Arthur Frishman, Helen Sanders, n e Alper, Jack Fein, George Bertman. Meyer Baskin, Morns Bernstein. Irving Becker. Ruth Glatt Ida Optner, Freda Shifman, Harry Dinnerstein, Paul Weitzman, Donald Rubin, Sanford Levine. Ella Goodman, Hair y Weitzman, Barney Weinkle. Max. Miller. Harold Zinn, Sam Lach-' man. Alexander Richardson. Sophie Hershey and Louis Epstein Trustees include Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs Jack August and Mis. Philip Lefkowitz. The guest speaker was Harold Turk, president of the B'nai B'rith council of Greater Miami. In addition, the afternoon's program included a piano duet by Mrs. Alvin Lieberman and Mrs. Abram Gannis and was climaxed with piano selections by Mr. Irving Laibson MRS. BESJ. B. GOLDSTEIN President of Miami Beach Group of Hadassah will be stalled Wednesday at eon at the Cadillac hotel Baker's Apothecary Vour Prescription Pharmacy Diabetic Foods Delivery Service 1246 S. W. 22nd St., Coral Way Phone 9-2836 'Run City Like Business,' Owens Exhorts Beach Edward L. Owens. Mi in i Beach realtor and candidate foi city council, announced this week that he was running on a simple and sincere platform, with no campaign promises. Owens said he had only one guiding principle in his race for a council seal "I believe that the city can i should be run on a practical business basis," the candidate said, "at a benefit to the taxpayers and citizens." Owens is director of the Catholic Welfare bureau, Past Grand Knight and officer of the ourth Degree Assembly. Knights 0 lumbus and a past office, of the Normandy Isle Property Owners' association. Klein, Richard, Kanter Get Beach Vets' Nod Mai:,: Beach Veterans' on, a group espe| d to study candiin the current Beach councilmanii campaign, this week announced its endorsement of Mrs Theresa (Tess) -Kanter, "Doc" Klein and Melvin J. Richard as the candidates it felt would best fepn enl veterans' in1 rests in : council. The announcement came as the nation to of sensational devel pments in the race The week began with discli by Cit; Clerk C W. Tomlin ol the discovery of fraudulent ns which were alii ly being paid for by Louis Schwartz, ex-convict and head of a firm of pinball machine distributors. Mr. Schwartz could not be reached [oi con mi nl A cli se check of absentee balloting on Tuesday tailed to disclose irregularities, but Tomlinson said police and city officials would leep • cl e watch on th< polls MI election day. June ;>,. Credit for first initiating the investigation of fraudulent legislations was extended to Mr. Richard by a local newspaper. Richard, acknowledged stormy petrel of the campaign, has intinati d that if there we larities, the;would probably be n favor of incumbent councilmen who are running 1": reelection, Klein, meanwhile. issued a broad statement of policy which included his favoring thi etention of OPA control ovei rentals, ivith adjustments being made to pensate some property owners foi increased taxes; a revision of the tax system on Miami :, and the establishment oi a city planning commission Palm Beach B'nai B'rith Inaugurates New Heads The Palm Beach lodge 1146, B'nai B'rith. recently announced the installationof ;i new group of officers headed by D;,n Goodmark, president, and Mrs. Al Moss, auxiliary president. Other officers (dieted and installed were Ben Wolfson, viceident; Max Ackerman, recording secretary; William Cohen, financial secretary; David Blatt, treasurer; Harry Grobman, warden; Joe Glasser, guard; %  link V Haver, monitor, and O. P. Gruner, CanF. Altman, Mehlman, Maurice Moss, Ralph Cohn and Joe Friendman. trustees. In, addition to Mrs. Moss, other auxiliary officers are Mrs. Melvin Pazol, vice-president; Mrs. Anita Albert, corresponding secretary; Mrs. V. S. Shepard, recording .secretary; Mrs, Morris Dickson. treasurer; Mrs. Dan Goodmark. sentinel; Mrs. Hugh Gold, guide; Mrs. Jack Kapner, monitoress; and Mrs. Barney Blicher, Mrs. Louis Hyman, Mrs. Joe Spitzer. Mrs. Frank V. Bayer, Mrs. Frank Barer, Mrs. Maurice Moss and Mrs. Harry Goodmark, trustees. Bv ery I buy g, W h;e M^ or 'E Trade-In Allowance FOR YOUR PRESENT TIRES on the purchase of New SEIBERLING TIRES Come in today and see the new 1947 Seiberling (Special Service) Tires. You'll be turprised at the liberal trade-in value of your present tires. Don't wait! Drive to a Dixie Station today 1 Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, this week hailed the passage by the Connecticut legislature of an FEPC law as another step forward in the achievement of fair employment practices throughout the land. The bill, which passed the Connecticut Senate unanimously, was approved by the House by a vote of 121-105. and is now before the governor for signature. • > Vote For EDWARD L. OWENS Candidate For CITY COUNCIL June 3rd 1947 "Tlinnk You!" Paid Political Advertisement HEAR HAROLD Your Candidate For Miami Beach City Council At Series of Big Rallies: TUESDAY, MAY 27 ... 71st and HARDING THURSDAY. MAY 29 4 1st STREET MONDAY. JUNE 2 S OUTH BEACH Paid Political Advtrtisement



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PAGE EIGHT +Je*lshfhjrldlan Heiman, Gannes Leave For Education Parleys Louis Heiman, honorary president of the Miami Bureau of Jewish Education, will attend the fii'vention of the American Associ Xlcr for Jewish Education in Baltimore May 29th to June 1st, it • as learned here this week. r. Heiman, a member of the .c ard of governors of the associa.i<-n. will read a paper on the subject "How can the Bureaus of Jewish Education help the communities to reach all age gr JUDS from kindergarten through the adult institutes?" At &f he same time, it was announced that A. P. Gannes, din-to. of the Miami bureau, will atte-d the annual conference of the National Council for Jewish Education to be held in Baltimore at the same time. He will address the Council on organizing Jewish education in the smaller communities. Mrs. Warriner Demands City Judges Be Elected A change of the city charter to provide for election by the voters of the municipal judge and the chief of police was advocated this week by Mrs. Frances O. Warriner, candidate for a Miami Beach city council seat in the June 3 election. As a city-wide investigation continued to pur^e fraudulent registrants from the city's voting rolls, following the arrest of Edward Hunold for alleged duplica;e registration, Mrs. Warriner made it plain that she is not criticizing any member of the present city council. "I am simply advocating a charter change to keep pace with the growth of Miami Beach," Mrs. Warriner said. "I believe that by making the municipal judge and the chief of police directly responsible to the people—with provisions for recall, in the event of dereliction of duty—we will get better law enforcement thai will curb crime and put a stop to fraudulent vote registrations." lUOl'ST BROS ft V/ / /.. Ut SI 4 \et 0W Weep Y ur let* buad ,n Xwe *> I des'tu 0 .. .*tanWK R BAT of by jcientt' ind CONTROL •• RAT P.***"* Phone £J tonl )r V ^G*^ smt i Quality 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 =2£AYlMAY 23< | A *£^E f dir *or, of the Men's ci^S & Israel has been call* m president Jerome C Monday. May 26 u at Kaplan hall. The ai n.apian hall. TV,. *\ nL originally scheduled |?£f nesday. has been S5 X order not to confl ict JA annual dinner of the T !? on Wednesday. Tem Thanks for a^cT^ Uon to a fund for ini„nBeth Jacob synagogue goto councilmanic candidate W ham BurbndgedefttfconJJ Satin, president, at the con gregations instaUation cer* monies. Treasurer Marcie Liberman. also a candidate looks on. // 12V2 Years of Progress" WITH WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE AND MIAMI BEACH DURING THE YEARS BURBRIDGE HAS SERVED AS COUNCILMAN NEARLY EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS OF CITY IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. THAT CONSTITUTES MORE THAN 65 PER CENT OF ALL CITY IMPROVEMENTS SINCE THE CITY WAS INCORPORATED IN 1917! 7^At Burbridge's first City Council meeting in 1932 he was assigned by John Levi, then Council President, as committeeman on streets and sewers. Burbridge, in accepting that responsibility, said he "expected to take an interest in ALL City departments." He has done that throughout his service. ^ In April. 1945. Burbridge called attention of City Council to the necessity of installing sanitary sewers on the fastdeveloping Normandy Isle—This has been done. ^ On May 16. 1945. Burbridge led in action for a new bridge on 41st Street; the new bridge is now in operation. •fa Burbridge voted on March 7. 1946. to call a special bond election for providing off-street parking and construction of a new water reservoir adjacent to the existing one on the old Municipal golf course. The latter project has now been completed. ^ Burbridge. in 1945 (April 18). advocated permitting returning servicemen to be reinstated in the City pension system by making up the amount of money they had withdrawn. j{ On May 10. 1945. Burbridge supported action to secure passage by the State Legislature of an act authorizing the City to construct a hospital, library and auditorium on the Municipal golf course. RE-ELECT WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE TO City Council of Miami Beach JUNE 3rd (Paid Political Adrertisem.nl by Friends of Burbndg*)



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UmAY.M AY 23. 1947 An installation luncheon hon„rine Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein, X"elected president of the Miami Beach fi><>up of Hadassah, I \A her executive board, will be Lid Wednesday. May 28th. at 112-30 p m. :d the Cadillac hotel. Other officers to be installed are: I vice-presidents. Mrs. Jos. Lipton, I Mrs Irwin Makovsky, Mrs. Carl I Wrinkle and Mrs. Milton Wolf; financial secretary, Mrs Harry Ipiatofftreasurer, Mrs. Leo Ichaikin; recording secretary, I Mrs N Douglas Raff; corresponding" secretary, Mrs. S. A. GoodLan and Mrs. Carl Susskind; soIcial secretary, Mrs. Elsie G. [Schackman. Mrs. Abraham Goodman, retiring president, will act as install[ing officer, and Mrs. Milton SirIkin, program chairman for the Ipast two years, will be toastImistress. Mr. Shepard Broad, [past official delegate to the [world Zionist District and a re|cent official delegate to the [world Zionist Congress in Basle, %  Switzerland, will be guest speak|er. Mr. Broad has taken "Social [progress" as his subject. Miss |Sylvia Levine, soprano, accompanied bj Miss Charlotte Davis, [will offer a musical program. The [invocation will beread by Mrs. %  Leon Kronish and the benedicItion by Mrs, Muses Mescheloff. %  Mrs. Milton Wolf, who will be [installed for her second term as [vice-president, is chairman of arrangements. Reservations may be Imade by phoning Mrs. Wolf at 15-0711. Mrs. Chaikin at 5-4053, or |Mrs. Harry Platoff at 5-$163. ^JmlstiFhrkUnn PAGE NINE Sketching instruction in an informal atmosphere has been inaugurated by the Miami Beach YMWHA. Classes are I held Monday evenings at 7:45. Work is done in pastels and charcoals from life models. Personal instruction is given each student in the class, which is under the direction of Yetta Marshak. Fast Dependable EXPRESS Aho STORAGE DIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 2-7339 1-168 S. W. 6th Street DIES AT B'NAI B'RITH CONCLAVE—Tragedy struck the triennial B'nai B'rith convention in Washington when Louis Fabricant (above) died of a heart attack Tuesday night. May 13, 1947. Fabricant was stricken while attending a committee session. His age was 58. Born in New York, Fabricant was a former vice president of B'nai B'rith; former president and executive board member of District 1: attorney-in-chief of the Legal Aid Society of New York; president of the National Association of Legal Aid organizations; a d former deputy assistant district attorney for New York County. HAULING N0n % T R O OM^ 9e s E Or R v T 1 O C O E Sma W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 WANT MY MILK Last Book Review Set For Beach AJC Women For the final meeting in a series of book reviews before the Miami Beach American Jewish Congress, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will review the current Literary Guild selection, "The Tin Flute," by Gabrielle Roy, on Friday afternoon, May 23rd, at 1:30 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Advance reports of this work have marked it as an unusually superior first novel, the work of a talented French actress. The book has already received wide acclaim in Canada. This inciting ends a successful year for the cultural project of the Miami Beach AJC. The review project this season was headed by Mrs. Leonard Kimball as chairman. Serving on her committee were Mrs. Frank Weiss, co-chairman, Mrs. Leonard Glickman, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs. John Soifer, Mrs. Emanuel Baskind, Mrs. Charles Grossman and Miss Clara Goldenberg. Pace Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director. Ann. Defamation League. I have great faith in educational processes as the ultimate means of correcting basic attitudes. Legislation is not the cureall to anti-Semitism. It will not necessarily alter one's beliefs or prejudices. Yet, legislation can and does serve an educational purpose, as can be seen in the following experiences this office has noted in connection with the Miami Beach anti-discriminatory sign ordinance. The day following the adoption of the anti-bias sign ordinance by the Miami Beach city council on May 7. 1047. a member of the staff of the advertising department of Miami's largest afternoon paper phoned to say that the paper would no longer accept ads using discriminatory phrases. This, despite the fa*ct that the ordinance does not cover newspaper advertising! Here is another encouraging reaction to the ordinance. A Daytona Beach attorney writes that he has sent copies of the ordinance to the city commissioners of his town urging that they give consideration to similar legislation. Hollywood, Florida, reports that it too is interested. And here is still another. While the ordinance gives the offending hotel owner thirty days from May 7 to correct the practice, it is gratifying to see the number of signs that have already been removed or repainted, some having been taken down while the bill was pending. This bit of legislation, the first of its kind in the country, is, at best, only still another affirmative step in the right direction, and none of us should be lulled into a state of complacency. We still have a long way to go. This very morning we received information that one of the synagogues in the Miami area had been desecrated. When Sabbath observers came to the place of worship, they found the Torahs on the floor, the Jewish flag with holes burned in it and the prayt r books and yamulkes strewn about. At this writing it appears that these vicious acts of hoodlumism were done by a group of neighborhood boys. The police are investigating. We still have a long way to go. Dr. Gabriel Davidson, executive head of the Jewish Agricultural Society for the past thirty years, who was recently honored with a testimonial scroll by the directors of the society. Beach Community Center Organizes Junior League At a regular meeting of the board of governors of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center held Thursday, May 15, approval was granted for the incorporation into the Center's activities of a Junior League. Young men and young women between the ages of 18 and 30 are qualified for membership in the league, according to Martin Goldberg, newly elected president of the organization. Other officers are Miss Selma Lewis, vice president; Gershon Miller, treasurer, and Miss Norma Raskin, secretary. All persons interested in joining this group are urged to communicate with the office of the Center at 1414 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, or phone 58-2503. Mrs. Carp Heads Board Of Miami Hadassah Mrs. Joel Belov was re-elected honorary president on May 19th, when the Miami group of Hadassah held its election of officers at the Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Mrs. Joseph S. Carp was named president. Holding other executive posts in the womens' group are Mrs. D. Sernaker, first vice.-president; Mrs. Frank Kline, second vicepresident; Mrs. H. Mr.ser, third vice-president; Mrs. F. Ochs, corresponding secretary; Mrs. I. Genet, recording secretary; Mrs. S. Lefcourt, treasurer, and Mrs. Rae Frome, financial secretary. Named to the board of directors were Mrs. H. Gordon, Miss Ada Aneckstein, Mrs. M. Weinberg, Mrs. M. Shapiro, Mrs. V. Mell, Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs. J. Schieff, Mrs. N. Jacobs, Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. M. Tower, Mrs. S. Roven, Mrs. B. Levitan, Mrs. J. Fishman, Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs. M. Feingold, Mrs. Leo Hohauser, Mrs. H. Van Damm, Mrs. H. Garden, Mrs. S. Furkin, Mrs. Gloria Myers, Mrs. A. Ladd, Mrs. M. Koven, Mrs. H. Minkoff, Mrs. B. Roth, Mrs. Sylvia Fund, Mrs. N. Feika, Mrs. M. Grauer, Mrs. S. April, Mrs. B. Sterling, Mrs. L. Kotkin and Mrs. L. Rubin. The over-all board of directors will consist of Mrs. Joseph S. Carp, Mrs. J. Belov, Mrs. V. Mell, Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. F. Ochs, Mrs. F. Kline and Mrs. J. Fishman. Installation ceremonies have been set for June 2 at the Robert Clay hotel. Listen In! Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS 5th Floor, Postal Bldg. FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS •**?. f i PHILLIPS PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES Phones 3-1830 — 3-7116 2415 N. Miami Ave. (Rear) 1445 N. W. 15th Ave. "No Job Too Small or Too Large" TO JEWISH MUSICAL HOUR WBAY 1490 On Your Dial Every Sunday. 10:00 A.M. Every Friday. 11:00 A.M. JACOB SCHECHTER Director ifc*r %  Be Box* lYi FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Mi* Product." Dacro Protet^d 'EL 2-2621 Gre ter Miami Delivery 0,B "Rd. 4 snappy Creek TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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PAGE TEN fkmlsHlorkKar I I SCIENTIST ADDRESS Professor John H. Clouse. dean of the Engineering School at the University of Miami, will appear on the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge forum on atomic energy control. Monday. May 26th. 8:00 p. m.. at the Miami Women's Club. Professor Clouse has appeared in similar forums with several of the Oak Ridge atomic energy scientists, and is the local representative for the National Committee on Atomic Information. He is a member of the Florida Academy of Science and has conducted research studies on crystal structure. He will present the technical aspects of atomic energy control, while Dr. Manning J D a u e r, Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida will discuss social and economic implications. Robert B. Levin, chairman of the program, has announced that the films. "A Tale of Two Cities" and "One World or None." will be previewed on the same program. Special literature kits have been prepared by the lodge for distribution to persons interested in the subject of atomic energy control, and other valuable literature on the subject prepared by the National Committee on Atomic Education will be issued to all who attend. A question period will follow the presentations by Dr. Dauer and Professor Clouse. The forum is a project of the B'nai B'rith committee on public affairs and is designed to stimulate thought and free discussion on matters of public concern. NEW B'NAI B'RITH PRESIDENT—Shown above is Frank Goldman, prominent Lowell. Mass.. attorney, who was elected president of the B'nai B'rith at the organization's triennial convention in Washington, May 11-14. Goldman, who was vicepresident, succeeds the late Henry Monsky who died May 2 in New York. As the vice-presi dent closest to B'nai B'rith national headquarters in Washington. Goldman served as Henry Monsky's right hand man on many important missions, and shared the presiding officer's duties at meetings of the National Executive Committee and Supreme Lodge conventions. He was closely associated with Monsky throughout the course of the American Jewish Conference and is a member of its interim committee. Luncheon Is Planned For JCRS Installation The Jewish Consumptive Relief Society (JCRS) will hold its installation luncheon at the Shelborne hotel, Miami Beach, on june 5 at 12:30. it was announced this week Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Lehrman will officiate in the ceremonies which will install as offii ers of the group Mrs. William Levine, president; Mjs. Rose Levy, honorary president; Mrs. Sol Brown, first vice-president; Mrs-. Sol Goldstein, second vicelent; Mrs. Alex Libow. recording secretary; Mrs. Jerry Poncher, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Louis Rosenthal. financial secretary: Mrs. Jack Gordon. treasurer; Mrs. Leonard Weisberg, counsellor, and Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein, case chairman. Trustees of the organization art Mrs. Al Goldman. Mrs. Ida Poncher and Mis. Al Scott. *M Maurrv Poncher is chairman of the installation, for which a program is being planned vations may be made by calling Mrs. Louis Rosenthal at 3-7872. A board meeting of the organization will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein. 6401 N. Bay id., at 8 p.m.. May 2ti. Projects for the summer will be discussed. WANTED! Information is being sought of IRVING GERSTENFELD on behalf of his wife. Shirley, who is totally blind and an inmate of a public institution. Mr. GersUnfeld has been living apart from his wife for the past several years, during which time he has neglected to provide funds for her maintenance. Mrs. Gerstenfeld feels that if her husband would send a regular allowance for her support, she could establish a home for herself with some member of her family. Mr. Gerstenfeld, who is alleged to be in Florida, was born April 23, 1904, in New York, is 5 ft., 5 in. tall, weighs close to 200 pounds, is bald, generally worked as a chauffeur. Anyone aware of his location is requested to communi. cate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 W. 47th St., New York City. Miami YMWHA Forms Women's Drive Division At a breakfast meeting of the campaign committee of the Miami "Y." a women's division was organized for the purpose of canvassing those who have not previously been contacted for the campaign. Mrs Ben Essen and Mrs. John Temple were appointed co-chairmen of the group, which will appoint majors and captains and' will distribute prospect cards to the women in the campaign for the purpose of soliciting. A luncheon will be held every Thursday at the "Y" until the conclusion of the campaign, it was announced further. POINCIANA A full week of festivities. June 1st to 8th. will celebrate the annual blooming of South Florida's royal poinciana trees when the 10th Royal Poinciana Festival will be held in Dade county next month. Mrs. Beatrice Hunt of Miami is general chairman of the event, which will be highlighted by a water carnival, regatta, street dancing, garden tours and a statewide art exhibit. Climax of the affair will be the coronation of the Royal Poinciana Queen on June 2nd and the Queen's Ball on June 7th. Eli Hurwiti, director of the Peninsular Institute, 223 E. Flagler St.. has announced the opening of evening classes at the Miami business school. Courses offered will include Fundamentals of Accounting, Law: Principles and Contracts, Comparative Statements, Corporation Accounting and other subjects. Information can be obtained by calling 3-1570. DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 60C N.E. 1st Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3 5308 PH. 48-3442 POSITION WANTED As fitter and alteration woman on suits, coats and dresses. MRS. ROSE WEITZMAN 735 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Phone 5-5738 RALPH POLE rovR COUNCILMAN & JALITY SHADE & BLIND CO. WINDOW SHADES All Sizes and Color* Made to Order While U Wait BRING IN YOUR OLD ROLLERS AND SAVE 509 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-0173 ThU A4Tcrtlt*m CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Oepcvt PHONE 2-4128 85c 75c Alliance. Pioneer Women Plan Shevuoth Affair A gala Shevuoth celebration in the traditional manner will be held Monday. May 26, 8:30 p.m.. at the Miami Beach YM & WHA, according to an announcement by the Jewish National Workers' Alliance and the Pioneer Women for Palestine, the event's sponsors. An outstanding program of entertainment has been planned lor the affair, which will feature a talk by Rabbi Lehrman, of the Beach Jewish Community Center. David Freedman, chairman of the group, will act as toastrender readings from Sholem Aleichem. A. M. Dorff, Alliance choral director, and his group, will lead community singing. Other events will be a showing of a movie on Palestine and refreshments at covered tables. All friends are invited. Dog Season Nears End The semi-finals of the 21st annual Biscayne Derby classic will command tonight's 10-event greyhound racing schedule at the Biscayne Kennel club where only three more nights of the sport for this season remain. With eight dogs eliminated in the first-round eliminations on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday nights, the surviving 16 stars will compete in two eight-dog fields to determine the final eight to meet in Monday night's closing night Biscayne Derby championship. The beaten eight in the semi-finals will comprise the annual Derby consolation on closing night, a 10-race schedule that will get underway Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. TOGUST im OS h\i We Sell. Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Intermediate and students of Any u a u "*"' teacher of pian o and, eo"t V -.ted a host of frie r ds ^ auves to attend a mu^ I the music room of the hJ Alvan E. Ka.l man £7^ road, on Sunday, May 25th To be heard in ,h eir inl tauons of wo rks of the m ^ are: Joyce Bruckner, <2 Fishman. Marilyn F.shmar,T othy Greenberg, Tonnie Ja ckso Rafael Torrico, Richard tc-n Biographical sketches on the classical composers will K. T tared, and a presentation mi by Richard Kallman. Miss Melicov's younger pupJ aged ,,x to ten. will be heard „ a recital the following Sunday. Twenty-seven teachert from 11 Dade couniy schools hm recently completed the Junto Accident Prevention insane tors' course given by Dade County chapter. American Red Cross. These teachers ate not qualified to give the junior course to youngsters who in %  t least 12 years old or ire in the seventh grade. With this addition to its group of trained accident prevention personnel Henry B. Graves, chairman of Ihe Red Cross accident prms. lion committee, hopes to increase accident prevention training among the youth of Dade county. S. J. FREEDMAN HEBREW BOOK STORE 214 4th St., Miami Beach Between Colline A Wieh. Am Hebrew Religious Suppliss to Synagogues and Private ON, Also for Hebrew Schools. D*1M T31D Telephone 5-1017 ACCOUNTANCY REGISTRATION NOW OPEN EVENING CLASSES IN Fundamentals of Accounting and Law ••" Comparative Statements, Systems, Partnerships and Law J B Corporation Accounting. Finance and Law June M APPROVED FOR VETERANS CALL OR WRITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PENINSULAR INSTITUTE PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES 222 East Flagler Street Telephone 3-1570 Director, ELI HURWITZ, C.P.A AVERY INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES CEMENT — ROCK LATH — CEMENT BLOCKS MORTAR MIX Everything In the General Building Line Phones 94398—9-9985 55 S. W. First Street PULL THE LAST lever FRIST Elect Frances 0. Warriner to the City Council MIAMI BEACH ELECTION JUNE 3, 19* 7 (P .idPou!icalAdrhV^



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FRIDAY. MAY 23. 1947 TAWN PARTY HONORS NEW KADIMAH HEADS I officers recently elected by the Ldimah chapter of the Pioneer Women's Organization were inI tailed May Hth, at a lawn party Kc home of Mrs. Robert Milr 2945 S. W. 27th terrace. I Mrs Max Shapiro, officiating L towtmistress, inaugurated as LkrTof the group for the 1947Son. Mrs. William N. Berlin first vice-president; Mrs. DaIrid' Washer, second vice-presi|L t MrSam Seigal, recording Unitary: Mrs. Marvin CopenIhac.n corresponding secretary; lurs Jerome Stem, local secreIwrv'Mrs. Hvman Sootin. treasurer'; Mrs. Stevan Simon, finanIcial secretary, and Mrs. Sol Inraun chairman of the board. Itnrs were Mrs. J. Muravchick, lurs J Weiss, Mrs. D. Meltzer, | Mrs T Abel, Mrs. H. Faber and [M r E. Eichenbaum. 1 Appointed as chairmen of comImittees were Mrs. F. Sandier, |Mrs JBlock and Mrs. E. WeinIslcin membership; Mrs. A. Berlin and Mrs. Ann Cutler, hospiItality: Mrs. Rose Melinson and |Mrs A. D. Kenoff, social; Mrs. |L Fine and Mrs. A. Berson, Moat. IzothHapoalnth; Mrs. M. Shapiro, %  cultural; Mrs. L. Gordon and |Mrs RMiller, program; Mrs. M. Icoulton, current events; Mrs. %  Abel, sick and joy; Mrs. Etta ICourtman and Mrs. Esther Faber, Ichild rescue fund; Mrs. J. Weiss, %  Mrs. N. Coulton, Mrs. Margo luartz, Mrs. S. Seigal. Mrs. H. lAlpert. JNF fund; Mrs. A. Alpert, Mrs. H Faber and Mrs. H. Silver. legislation; Mrs. William Berson, Ipublicity; Mrs. Ethel Soloman. %  historian: Mrs. D. Washer and Kirs. Sol Braun, special projects. I Other appointees were Mrs. K. %  Lederer. telephone; Mrs. Morton %  Beigri, Mrs. A. Berson, Mrs. D. %  Wa-her, Mrs. S. Braun and Mrs. |M. Shapiro, constitution; Mrs. E. Eichenbaum, education; Mrs. D. Meltzer. dues; and Mrs. Ruth Brotman, choral director. Despite the termination of %  Kadimah's activities for the seaIon, members are planning extra Isummcr functions, including inIdividually-sponsored fund raising %  affairs, and a choral group under Ithe direction of Mrs. Brotman, to Ispecialize in Palestinian songs. +Jetstifk>rMton PAGE ELEVEN [Burris Addresses Masada Jack Burris, president of the %  Miami Beach district, ZOA, in a Italk before the regular meeting %  of Masada Thursday evening. |May 15th. discussed the recent [developments in the Palestine [situation, and gave a brief ac[count of the progress of the [United Nations special session in %  dealing with the problem. I The next meeting of Masada is [scheduled 8:'0 p. m.. May 29th, lat the Miami Beach Jewish ComImur.ity Center. SHEVUOTH INFORMATION 1. In what Hebrew month does Shavuot fall? 1. Sivan( which is the third month in the Hebrew calendar. 2. Why is this festival called Shavuot, or the Feast of Weeks? 2. Because Shavuot (literally "Weeks") occurs seven weeks after the Passover festival. 3. What is the agricultural significance of Shavuot? 3. When our forefathers dwelt in Palestine, Shavuot was observed as an agricultural feast and marked the beginning of the wheat harvest. 4. What great event in the early history of our people docs ihavuot recall? 4. It commemorates the proclamation of the Ten CommandTients. 5. Near what mountain did the Israelites receive the Ten Commandments? 5. Mt. Sinai. 6. Who brought the Tablets of the Law to the Israelites? 6. Moses. 7. By what special name, suggesting his association with the promulgations of the Ten Commandments, is Moses called? 7. Moshe Rabbenu (Moses our Teacher). 8. How long did Moses remain on Mt. Sinai before he brought down the Ten Commandments? 8. Forty days and forty nights. 9. What did the Israelites do during the time that Moses was preparing the Tablets of the Law? 9. They grew impatient while waiting for Moses, and made a golden calf which they worshipped. 10. What were the Israelites doing when Moses came from he mountains with the Ten Commandments? 10. They were dancing around he golden calf, and worship11. What did Moses do when he found that the Israelites had ••ommitted the sin of making and worshipping the golden calf? 11. Moses threw the Tablets )f the Law to the ground, shat'ering them to pieces. 12. By what three other names is Shavuot called? 12. Hag Hakotzir (Feast of Harvest), Hag Habikurim (Feast of "First Fruits"), and S'man Matan Toratenu (Season of the Giving of Our Law). Lite Insurance Eitatee Authoritative ly Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biac ayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! 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Dairy food (Milchigs). Special cheese cake (blintzes) are eaten as significant of the Torah. which is compared in the Bible to milk. 17. What special book is read in the synagogue on Shavuot? 17. The Scroll or Book of Ruth. 18. What ancient Jewish hero, according to tradition, was born and passed away on Shavuot? 18. King David. 1!). What is Tikkur. Shavuot? 19. A book, containing excerpts from the Pentateuch, Prophets and Rabbinic literature, which is read by pious Jews during the first night of Shavuot. 20. What special ceremony is conducted in Reform Congregations on Shavuot? 20. Confirmation exercises. DENTIST — DOCTOR Combination ultra-modern apartment and office for rent to professional man on busy thoroughfare. Attractive lease. Also to rent—office suite to professional. Write B. R. Box 2973, Miami 18. V WANTED TO RENT Small Rooming House in Miami Beach on Year-Round Basis MRS. 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PAGE TWELVE vjenisti flcridlian Beth David Breakiast To Honor 400 Fathers More than 400 fathers of children attending the Beth David Congregation Talmud Torah and Sunday school will be guests of honor at a Fathers' Day breakfast to be held Sunday, June 15, at a location to be announced next week. Announcement of the affair was made last Sunday by Harry Markowitz, chairman of the congregation's building fund campaign, at the drive's kick-off breakfast held at the Robert Clay hotel. Reading the honor roll of those members who have signed "pledge of service" cards in which they enlisted for the duration of the campaign. Mr. Markowitz made an urgent appeal for membership and community support of the new project. The honor roll contained the following names: Jerry Alexander. Max Bergman. Alex S. Cohen. Murray G. Cohen, Ben Essen. Moe Feingold. Louis Heiman, David Hess. Abe Kasow. Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. William Lieberman, Ben and Nate Markowitz. Harry Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Frank A. Rose, Burnett Roth, Sol Rovin. Herbert E. Scher, Sam J. Spector. Mrs. Bernard Sterling. Bernard Sterling. Alexander Stiebel, Max Swartz. Max Feldman. Max Goldenblank. Ben Kandel, Loins Schwartz. David Sernaker and Samuel Traurig. A campaign steering committee has been named to conduct the activities of the drive and is headed by Mr. Markowitz. Oilier committee members are Ben Essen. Louis Heiman. Jacob Slur. Sidney Lefcourt. Bernard Sterling and Sam J. Spector. Seymour Simon, chairman of the Miami "Y" social committee, announces that one of the features of the spring dance, which will be held Sunday. June 8th, at the Police Benevolent hall, will be a waltz contest for married couples, in which the male partner must be at least forty years old. Tickets are SI.50 and are available from any member of the social committee or at the "Y" office. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhal the undersigned, desiring t. engage in butilneHft under tht' rirtltinu* nami o( INTE II AMERICAN INVESTMENT INSTITUTE, ai 1220 Rlscayne Blvd., Miami. Kin Intends i" regtstei said name with the PlerV < •'• Circuit Cnurt cif Dads Oouny, Florida. SAMUEL, i .->.\ru;. •. Sole Proprietor. MYERS, HEIMAN .•. KAPLAN, Attorney H f'i Applicant .". :'3-;i" fi 6-13-20 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. All blinds installed and guaranteed— prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone lor Estimates 9-7555 Confirmation Class Largest Graduated Here The largest confirmation class in its history, numbering 22. will be graduated Sunday. May 25, at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. The traditional confirmation service will commence at 9 a.m. Led by their class president, Miss Gloria Goodman, each of the confirmants will participate in the exercises, The valedictorian address will he delivered by Miss Cyvie Baer, the 1947 honor student of the class, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the Center, will deliver the charge to the confirmants. Harry Sit kin. vicepresident of the Center and chairman of the educational committee, will present Bibles and certificates to each graduate, In addition to the Misses Baei and Goodman, the other members of the confirmation class are: Irene Levitt, Len Preedman, Barbara Vagnila, Gloria VVassermnn, In.i Raltel M-'iii Rubi nat< Carol blegler, Helena Krepeck, Man .1 Hankoff, Svdelle Hunker, farol Jaffe, Joan Osheroff, Ruth Palk, Gerr.\ lu Rose, Toby Ooluskln, Nane> Tnrlyn. Joan Kobrin, Janice Ste-ingold, Ruth Schaplro ami Eleanor Janowlli The Sisterhood of the Cent.sr will tender a confirmation dance in honor of the graduates at the Shelborne hotel on May 31 at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Julius Seligman is chairman of the dance comi assisted by Mrs. Al Osheroff. Nineteen Will Receive Lear School Sheepskins The Lear school. 1010 West avo Miami Beach, will hold its commencement exercises for the class of 1947 on Tuesday evening, May 27. at 8 p.m., on the school grounds, according to Ida R. Lear. director. Leslie Balogh Bain, editor and radio commentator, will be guest speaker, and the graduates will present a dramatic adaptation of Shakespeare's ((notation "All the World's a Stage," and appropriate songs. Arthur Nemser, class president, will deliver the salutatory and Steven Salwen will be valedictorian. Annabelle DuBois, honor student of the high school preparatory class, will read excerpts from the Bible. College preparatory graduates are: Bab. tte Cirlln, Ruth Cohen, Louise .;., %  Carol till %  h, Jo> Morris, Audlev olanoff Arthur Nem*er, Allen 1 I, Marvin Krankel, Paul OrlRobcrl Llbman and Stevi n school preparatory graduates are: v %  1,. Dull I lira Karoff, N'orman I'ollack, Rlcbnrd Rlchter, II ert Price. Rom In and %  '• kpplc Sholem Lodge Readying Giant Carnival Dance Final plans are being readied for the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge carnival dance to be held Sunday, June 1 at the Frolic club, MacArthur causeway at Bayshore court. Al Pallot, general chairman of the affair, has announced that Barry Davis' allveteran band will play, games and entertainment will be featured and refreshments will be served by members of the women's chapter. Marx Feinberg and Jennie Gordon are co-chairmen of ticket sales; SarnlT~" sical program and t f 'K "* Dan Satin is m C JJ*J* games committee and u J** Katz. Mrs. Dorothy ArJS Teni JohnKronenfcid^tn^ pitahty committee. Tick* aarsrsaSs Proceeds of the affair will k, uscd to defray expenses „£ Bnai B'nth district eonvonfa gjcduled for Juno 7 at jfi Is An Ounce of Protection WORTH $40,000? New lawsr require you show an auto insurance liability poUcy or net worth of $40,000 in case of an accident If you do not have either of these, you can lose your license. FOR AUTO AND ALL OTHER TYPES OF INSURANCE INCLUDING BONDS See or Call FEINER'S INSURANCE AGENCY 826 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 5-1211 ELECT MARCIE LIBERMAN Your Cify Counci/man %  £&gW--x<* '*:" %  WE MUST LOOK AHEAD FOR THE FUTURE OF MIAMI BEACH WITHIN the next five years there will be many highly important improvement projects that mus^ receive the serious consideration of every resident. IT IS most important that we lend every assistance to the group of splendid women who have battled so valiantly and successfully for a fine modern Public Library. These women have accumulated some S30.000 for the addition of a new wing to the Library. It i 8 up to me and you to obtain the additional funds which are needed. WE MUST continue our fight for a Postoffice that belongs to the City of Miami Beach, not just a branch postoffice. STREET improvements, modernization of street lighting and storm sewer additions throughout the city are needed. WE ALSO must be on the alert and on guard against projects that might tend to destroy property values. working diligently _jfl facilities includi a new baseball park, a lootball stadium a more playgrounds. POLICE sub-station is needed in the northern part of the city as well as greater police protection for all oi Miami Beach. STILL WE have .much to do. We must keep everlastingly on the job. We must look ahead. OUR CITY COUNCIL Is working diligently on improving our recreational facilities including %  -T ii 1 u—.u_n 1. <_-.iu„n ctndium and LET'S KEEP MARCIE LIBERMAN IN CITY COUNCIL Paid Political Advertising by Frlendi of Marcie Libernia"



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' ~V7-v V'*'.--*w %  g^^S^j i mH ffig^>L^ FRIDA Y MAY 23, 1947 SHRVUOT jiiyiaw a'-naan m DESIGN FOR SHAVUOT—These illustrations lor Shavuot are reprinted from a manual entitled "Jewish Designs." publishtd by the National 1 Jewish Welfare Board, containing illustrations and decorations for all Jewish festivals. Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. • Escrows # Abstracts TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 One of the Oldest Title Insurance Companies In the United States Je>/$f#fcribto#7 STATE SOLONS RAISE ADVERTISING RATES TALLAHASSEE.—The Florida legislature has increased the minimum rates for legal adveri !" g f0r thc first time since 1877, to meet rising costs of publishing. The new rate law, which took effect May 12th, increases the charge for publishing the first official notice from $1.00 to $1.40 a column inch, and for subsequent insertions of the same advertisement, from 50 to 80 cents a column inch. No other changes in the legal rate law were made. House and Senate Committees were told that costs of everything going into the printing of a newspaper have gone up from 50 to 150 per cent since 1940. Many weeklies were facing the further fact that newsprint paper could not be had at any cost last winter, and only recently have they been able to reclaim scrap white paper to ease this situation. Congress is proposing to increase second class mailing costs, by which most newspapers distribute outside their carrier area. The new rate increase received the support of more than twothirds of both houses of the legislature. PAGE THIRTEEN Card Party Slated By JWV Auxiliary The ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans has slated a card party at the Raleigh hotel for Tuesday. May 27, at 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of Mrs. Henry Idor, Mrs. Theodore A. Gulkis. Mrs. Frieda Laiken and Mrs. Julius Oshlag. Proceeds of the affair will go for disabled veterans' activities. LESAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARSHALL HOTEL at 282 N E, 1st St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of Hi.. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, HARRY I.ADIN MEYER LADIN 5 23-30 6 6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAGia PLASTERING CO., at 4 Iti N. E, Tlih Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Oircult Court of Dade County, Florida. JOE PALAOINO JOHN GIANQRECO ALFRED KREISLER Attorneys for Applicants. 318 Seybold Bldg. ., 23 |0 f, '8-13-20 Investigate the Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage! • LOW RATES: Reasonable interest charges on unpaid balances • EASY PAYMENTS: No more than present monthly rentaL • LONG TERM PLAN: Pays oH mortgage without strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given-no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Famihar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 AiE FEIMIAL ^ ~*-6~' r£: i£zFORTY-FTVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JOSEPH M. ur INSURED sssm LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thf the Public Records of Dade County, Florida; YOU AND BACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance in tinabove styled cause before the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida, at the County Court House in Miami, Dade County. Florida, on or before the 9th day of June, 1947. to a Bill of Complaint brought against you by SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER, his wife, for the purpose of Mulcting and confirming the title to the above described property In and to th.> Plaintiffs. SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed bv you, DATED this Bth day Of May", 1947. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade nountv. Florida. By P. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ, 91S Seybold Building, Miami 32, Florida. Solicitor for Plaintiff. .V'9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSELLH HOTEL, at 6.15 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Onuntv. Florida. HELEN CHAD8KY PAULINE ASTERN ALFRED KREISLER. Attorney 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 MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS ft MAXWELL WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIR In Dade County. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Forida. BLANCHE TARLO PHILIP TARLO MARX FEIN BERG. Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-23-30 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name >f BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, lnfrd to register said name with the ci. -k of the Circuit Court of Dade do ny, Florida. WALLACE KIRK CLAIRE KIRK Petitioner 1 MYERS, HEIMAN ft 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 THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127 •Y E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALBERT RACITER MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Atternev for AiwIlvBhl. S/MMI-IO l/l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 19051 In Re: Estate of BEITLAH IRWIN, also known as BEULAH L. IRWIN, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. or either of you, may have against the estate of Beulah Irwln. also known as Beulah L. Irwln, deceased, late of Dade County. Florida, to the Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from tho date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contnln the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will tie barred. See Section 120 of the 1P33 Probate Act. Date: April Sth, AD. 1947. FINTON D. IRWIN, As Administrator of the Estate of Beulah Irwln, also known as Beulah L. Irwln. deceased. SILVER, KAPLAN. DIETS! LASKY. Attorneys for Administrator. V9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN that the undersigned. ADOLPH BRAMS. desiring to engage In business wider tho fictitious name of KNIGHT'S PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W th Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk >f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ADOT.PH BRAMS LEO 8HEINER, Esq., Attorney for Applicant, 1204-05 Pacific Bldg., Miami. Florida. 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho fictitious name of MIAMI PRINTING ft ADVERTISING, it 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade bounty, Florida. LEONA BENNETT ANTHONY GAITO WILLIAM L. PALLOT. Attorney for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag i In business under the fictitious name >f SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 N. W. Sth Court. Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOE BERKOW1TZ ARNOLD HURVITZ MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat the undersigned, desiring to engag.. in business under the fictitious name of FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242 N. E. 79th St, Miami, Fnrldri. Inter I to register said name with the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVE SATZ SAMUEL HIRSCH HENRY A. STEIN ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants 5/9-16-28-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ul it the undersigned, desiring to engage : n business under the fictitious name of ELBA CLUB, at 701 S. Miami Ave.. Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN MAX DUNN 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS, also known as SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS, at Dade County. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County, Florida, H. LEEB. Bole Ownw, MARX FEIN BERG.



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PAGE FOURTEEN rJewisi)norldlan "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. IN THE MAIL By BORIS SMOLAR (Copyright, 1947, Jewish Telegraph Agency, Inc.) U. N. TRENDS: How strongly will the Soviet Government back its U. N. pledge to support the partitioning of Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states u that seems the only feasible solution? This question is now foremost in the minds of Jewish Agency leaders Essentially the USSR is for a bi-national state But for the transition period between the termination of the mandate and the establishment of independence, which may last years, Moscow may insist' on an international trusteeship with the USSR as one of the trustees Elated as Jewish Agency leaders are over Gromyko's statement that the Jews are entitled to a state of then own, they are nevertheless adopting a "wait-and see'" policy The trend of the work of the inquiry commission will soon show what can be expected at the September session of the General Assembly Soviet authorities are, in the meantime, displaying extreme interest in the Jewisl reaction to Gromyko's historic declaration They are carefully checking the comments in the Jewish press and are quietly canvassing the opinions of Jewish circles Persons in New York close to Soviet diplomathad been predicting for many months that Gromyko would comi out in favor of a bi-national state • They indicated that that was what Moscow meant by advocating a policy of independent foi Palestine However, %  \ they were taken I y surprise Gromyko suggested the establishment of separate Jewish and Arab states in Palestine as an alternative to a bi-national state Whatever the motives of Gromyko. he certainly caught Britain flat-footed and beat the United States to the gun ... It has beean open secret foi some time that the American government was inclined towards partition, but would not say so until the September session of the U. N. Assembly This is one case where the Jews benefited from Soviet-American competition in the field of international diplomacy ... If both the United States and the USSR are consistent. Britain may find itself sandwiched between the two in theii support for the partition idea The British are still sticking to their Morrison "cantonization" plan and are opposed to outright partition U. N. SIDELIGHTS: Somebody in the Jewish Agency slipped during the United Nations session Otherwise Poland would have been one of the eleven states on the inquiry commission %  • I' was Chile that suggested tl at an Other Slav country be named to •he inquiry commission, in addition to Czed ..Slovakia With proper guidance by Jewish Agency experts. Chile would have been just as glad to name Poland instead of Yugoslavia %  An<1 the naming of Poland would I ave received the san e approval from the other U. N. delegations as-the nomination of Yugoslavia • The differ* 'ween Yugoslavia and Poland meant notl ing to the U. N. Assembly, but for the Jews it mean.a greal d< al Yugoslavia lias a large Moslem copulation and Poland has no Moslems • The Yugoslav delegation was quite indifferent, to the problem of the displaced Jews when their plight cam< up for discussion at the U. N. session, while the Polish delegation was the first to raise this problem and insisted on linking it with the Palestine issue ... Of course, now it is taken for granted thai the representative of Yugoslavil on the inquiry commission will follow Gromyko's line The delegate of India, who considers himself a shrewd diplomat but who proved himself a "nudnik" with his long speeches at the United Nations, threw a cocktail iarty for the deli gations • True to his assertions that the Arabs and the Jews are "COU sin<." he invited both the Jewisl Agency and the Arab delegation" to his party IIis favorite "cousin," of course, is the Pah Arab Competent observers at the United Nations all that the Jews owe a vote 6f thanks to the Arabs for the tact less mistakes they made helped to switch, the sentiments of most of the deli gates Iron, the Arab side to the Jewish The first and most serious blunder was made by the delegate of the Palestine Arabs who compared the Mufti with George Washington in defending the Mufti's collaboration with Hitler The second blunder was the introduction by the san e speaker of the crucifixion issue as an argument against Jews The third mistake was that the Arab delegates talked altogether too much and ton lor. c The members of the U. N. A.-sembly regarded the Arabs as •mall town politicians who were exagerrating their own importance T rOMPJUY 5 MAJOR RATE REDUCTIONS SINCE 1934 AVERAGE RATES fOR HOME ELECTRICITY NOW LESS THAN HALF WHAT THEY WERE THEN JEWISH COLUMBIANS About four Zionists attended the annual dinner of the American Council for Judaism Inc. at Robert Riehter Hotel on the evening of May 8th. 1 was admitted on my promise of good* behavior-that ... no questions, no comments, no disturbance. We used up lour seats that were sadly ir need of occupants. Long rows of empty chairs emphasized the small attendance The paid guests, the memrx rship, the ores* and ladio folk, the musicians, the Zionists, including an iccasional curious hotel guest. hardly made the party look morel I an fifty persons. The scene or, several (lays earlier came to my mind: three thousand Zionists parading on Washington Ave., five thousand cheering Jews •rowding the rally at Flamingo Park. The dinner was formal and omewhal chilly. On.' speaker,! with ai apparent show of good humour, took note of the ZionIsts present. But his assurance 'hat we will not discover any 'Colun bian" plot smacked obviously Of heavy sarcasm. Yet as : e dull evening went on, it be•ame more and more apparent hat the i of. rence to the Columians was not altogether as ab;urd as the speaker smugly inended. Now what do I mean by thatSimply this. Suppose (Rev) Gerild K. Smith came to Miami and land out of a loudspeaker that IS per cent of the American tews were disloyal to the United States. A vicious arch antiSemite, everyone would shout, a oisonous reptile, dripping with tl e venom of a Goebbels. Yet this tupid slander was actually made ind repeated at the dinner by lews and was applauded by Jc w•V (I remember, this dinner was lot confined to the handful of able Yahoodim and their pouses. The press and radio were veil represented. Gentile comi entators, columnists, and reoorti rs were solemnly told that nists do not consider the United States atheir home, that Zionists have divided loyalties. I al Zionists are citizens of the United States and Palestine at e same time. Now, since a Zioi is! rally brought out 5.000 tews, and an American Council 'or Judaism Inc. dinner scarcely Irew 50 people, then the conclusion is inescapable One per cent it American Jews are loyal, and •9 per cent ale tiaito:to the United States. Has any Columbian or Nazi Bundist ever circuI SERVING I SOUTH FLORIDA I 24 Hours DAILY *i BEACH Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH FLA. irving Blasberg. Treas" JVWilson, Funeral Pi,..,,.. Jated more slanderous canard? But the payoff came when a •rabbi" from a neighboring town began sermonizing. He did not touch on the problem of Palestine. After all, such a minor affair was the business of an ordinary statesman or editor, as will appear by reference to the front pages or editorial column of any important newspaper in the land. No, it was much more important for this learned theologian to make a furious onslaught on the Jews of the Bible. We learned for the first time what a vicious, •rummy gang of despicable bigots our ancestors actually were. Look at David, quoth the rabbi from the sticks, he was simply a roving bandit, a murderous robber unfit to build a home for religion. And Solomon, a shrewd politician, who married the daughter of every king he could lay his hands on. The Jewish kings were scoundrels and murderers with very few exceptions. And what was it that bedeviled them? "Nationalism!" exclaimed this light in Israel. Then followed some original comments, unknown until this illuminating sermon. Solomon chased all the Philistines out of the Holy Land. The Prophet Samuel delivered the most telling indictment of all time against nationalism. The book Deuteronomy, "found" in the Temple by the crafty priests, was responsible for the breaking up of the prayer houses (high places of idolatry) throughout the land and created, in Jerusalem, the center for a narrow, vindicative, sectarian, nationalistic religion. The Hebrew prophets spent all their rame | 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH LffZ. 3 3431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" *J HE •mcttiiY nun TKiAJOWTY Of WKJ0< JEWISH FUNMAL MNES Injvmatan Gladly luinatmd en Rtoutit SERVING MIAMI BEAM I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish y*mfui*ct9t JOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director energies fighting j ewk a urn. Jeremiah £n, nat 'h.s time in prison (nj. ** course by the ma gj J*j5 and was tickled pink "1 Jew rusalem was destroyed"** ll And so this spokesman American Council ^ £ Inc. ranted on for an k "* what purpose? Surely nottf To vert his Jewish .iftj£ lo are already converted, pj^ to create ,n the mi nds 0 ?, w Gentile newspapermen';'^ tempt for the Bible j^,,* was n to cast od.um upo„ \£ modem descendants taJJJJ One may ask why the !" .,' %  zed Zionists, over 5 000 Z in Greater Miami, should ^ any attention to '&*£ cally insignificant group. ^ swer is simple. A saboteur be insignificant, yet he is pS t.ally dangerou... A single S may scuttle the largest



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FRIDAY. MAY 23. 1947 TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. +Jf*nt ntrldfktn PAGE FIFTEEN yjUdckhi. eonjjidential (Copyright. 1M6, Sevan Art! Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON HABIMAH REHEARSES "MACBETH" UNAMERICANA Congressman Karl E. Mundt (R.-S. D.) is a prominent member [ the House Un-American Committee This committee is supposed to investigate and expose un-Americans ... Yet we ran across an article in Gerald L. K. Smith's pro-fascist and anti-Semitic hate sheet, "The Cross and The Flag," bearing the by-line of Karl E. Mundt. • -Yes, the same (R.-S. D.)... "He who is without sin, let him cast the first stone."... • SPORTS NOTES The National B'nai B'rith Bowling Association is winning new members and setting up new leagues all over the country ... It already comprises 1,100 five-man teams Starting next fall the B'nai B'rith keglers will conduct an intensive fund drive for the b,nefit of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund The drive will honor Max Levine, who was president of the Dayton B'nai B'rith league until his untimely death several months ago "Rocky" Graziano, the middleweight contender, and John Garfield—who dons the padded mittens in his latest film, "Body and Soul"—have become fast friends • The Italian slugger and the Jewish actor both fought their way up from New York's lower East Side • • BROADWAY GOSSIP Edward G. Robinson, slated for the lead in Paramount's forth| coming "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," is vieing with Johnny Garfield for the juicy role of hizzoner Fiorello LaGuardia in a production to be titled "The Little Flower" Dinah Shore's radio show ends for the summer, and we hear, for good, on June 18th Charlie Chaplin and Oona are back in Hollywood now—and glad to leave the limelight, we'll bet Herbert Jacoby, who owns New York's Blue Angel Cafe, leaves June 10th for a nine-week talent hunt in Europe After being voted the "world's funniest comedian" by British Broadcasting Corporation audiences, Danny Kaye is ••canning" a special one-hour show for British listeners Melting Pot Dept.: Sol Sarnartora, chef at Jimmy Kelly's New York restaurant, ha? named one of his specialties "Spaghetti a la Berlin"— after the Irving of the same name I DID YOU KNOW? By this time you surely know that the Hapoel soccer team of I Palestine beat the American Soccer League All-Stars, 2-0, in the opener of their good-will tour But did you know that nine of the Hapoel hooters are veterans of service with the British army in World War II That the Palestinians have competed in Syria. Iraq and Egypt, and that Egyptian teams have come to Palestine That until recent British restrictions, Hapoel engaged in friendly competition with many Arab teams in Palestine That the purpose of this tour, besides good-will, is to help raise money for a 20,000-seat stadium in Tel Aviv which is to include a fresh-water pool | ANSWERING THE MAIL Mr. J. B. of Niantic: Probably the best summary of the differences between Judaism and Christianity can be found in Dr. Trade I Weiss-Rosmarin'l tome, published by the Jewish Book Club in 1943 and entitled "Judaism and Christianity: The Differences" .... Dnwn for TS r-alnilnr Tort by Gbrlll Roainthal (Released by Ameruan Fund lor Palestinian Institutions) th. £!L!5L fir ? ,iM "'.'",!'',-" %  *. "Macbeth" will he produced in Hebrew by ...in 1 "H" >erS '",' "'"""• %  ; ,; r,l ': n <>ai *' >"""" ••! 'fhriician. i. act ng u adviaor. eonsuk.nl on the production. He suggested the production The Li?' 1 ;" W, n '"V aW "V."' 5'T *** *" uri "B Eu "P< in 1937. the production [a being directed hy Z. Friedland. Jewish Radio Shows Growing Popular Here Great strides are being made in the development of radio entertainment for the Jewish population of South Florida, according to indications of developments during the past few weeks. Jacob Schachter, who conducted a Jewish daily program in New York for 14 years, is nowdirecting the production of two weekly Jewish shows over Station WBAY. Coral Gables, and M. Nasatir, of the Hebrew Actor's Union, will inaugurate a weekly Sunday morning show over Station WINZ on June 1. Mail from many listeners in the Miami area has been received by Schachter, whose programs go on the air every Friday and Sunday at 11 a.m. His program this morning will feature Cantor Leibele Waldman, the famed Yiddish folk singer, Sidar Belarsky, tenor Jan Bart, and the popular Beigelman sisters. The initial broadcast of Mr. Nasatir's Sunda> morning program will feature a commentary on contemporary events in Jewish life, as well as traditional Hebrew and Yiddish melodies and folk lore. DIA MOND | I CAB PHONE 3-4627 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF HOROWITZ KOSHER INN HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. Our 25th Season Early Reservations Suggested Under the Supervision of Expert Chef from Atlantic City HOT & COLD RUNNING WATER—CONNECTING BATHS REASONABLE RATES Write P. O. Box 240. Hendersonville, N. C. tV 9 -4^LMaUI% CHEVROLET CO. 7 1055 W.FLAGLERST. Phona 9-6*41 WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. Uth ST. PHONE 34741 -Hotel, RestaurantAnd Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinawara — Silrerware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture— Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 36924 • PAINTING \ND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. M n Job Too %  "fa or Toa Small Eatlmataa Cheerfully Given Melvin Michaels Wins Coveted Music Course Competing against twenty leading viola students from all over the country, Melvin Michaels, son of Mrs. Gertrude Michads. 2171 S. W. 22nd terrace, has been selected to attend an eightweek course of instruction in the viola under the personal supervision of famed violist William Primrose, at McGill University, Toronto. Michaels, a student at the University of Miami, is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brenner, Miami Beach community workers. fzzr TtjGUST BROS Ry £ .'** Is^thc BEST' S&7 New Heads Chosen By Emma Lazarus Group Results of the elections held by the Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, at the Miami Beach YMHA on Tuesday, May 13, were announced this week by publicity chairman Dorothy Rader and indicated that the following were elected: Frances Giller, president; Ethel Pont, first vice-president; Lyn Warner, second vice-president; Dorothy Rader, recording secretary; Ruth Katzif, corresponding secretary; and Harriet Bennett, treasurer. The new board of directors will be comprised of Irene Sklar, Rhea Miller, Lillian Eisman, Paula Horowitz, Estelle Weiss, Diana Tucker and Miriam Goldstein. The Misses Ethel Pont and Irene Sklar have been appointed to make arrangements for an installation dinner for the chapter. The dinner r£ to be held at the Steak House restaurant, Miami Beach, at 7:00 p. m. June 4th. Tickets are $2.50 and will be available to the public. RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD u AL~3*~ Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beacb And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flakier St.. Miami fcsV i IN ML 1 .*•"•• 'i*ti 'lAt 'V lft V V 'OL V \:>* % i* n* l EACH account is insured to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. Resources Over $10,000,000 1)11 Lincoln Rd. / Block East of Alton Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION C L. CLEMENTS, President



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PAGE SIXTEEN Je*lsl)ffuMian FRIDAY. MAY 23' CUTING CLOSES OF BEACH CENTER Four hundred students and their parents attended an outing at Greynolds park Sunday, marking the close of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Sunday school semester and sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Center. Mrs. George Goldberg, chairman of the religious school committee of the Sisterhood, was in charge of the outing. Prizes were awarded to the outstanding children of each class. These were: Kindergarten—R obcrl Franzl.liiu and .Merrill Trent. Honorable mention to Merle Itit.-x Cohen and Robi rta Karlfn. First grade—June Knrber and Steven Garber. Honorable mention to Sidney Shapiro. 2-B—Donald Kllsberg and Martin L*ann. Honoi mention t.. Judith Qannea and Richard Oritt. Z-A—Helena I'egutz and Paul Jochnau. Honorable mention to Gail Bapersteln and Michael Salklnd S-A —Beatrice Raphael and Larry Llpchlnsky. lloiic.i-.ii>:.mention i" Nancy Stein and Maxine Brand. ..4-A—Judy Phillips and Arlene Fratizblau. Honorable mention to Carole Abrama and FYanclne Lee Hand. <-H—Stuart Rubin and Philip Halpern, Honorable mention to Rlchard Ne.-l.it and Matthew Wll 6-A—Selma Kagan and I*-.. Morris. Honorable mention to Harris Hogarth and Juan Purman. 5-B—Shlrle) Hill and David Lehrman Honorable menUon to Myrna Morton and Judith ll • aer. B-A—Janice Klein and Edna Mae Levlne. Honorable mention to A i.old Rlchman and l.ita Cbrol Goldil i in ti-B—Joseph Ginsberg and K --hard lu.se. Honorable mention to l.<.aid Tupler and Mark Tanenbaum. i Tt-i Grade—Mi Thorpe and sue Gana, H rtorable mention t.. Marvin Randa.l. Mh Grade—Mai la Spitser and i Muravohlck. Honorable menI % %  to Diane Krauss. Confirmation Class—Cyvia Baer and Gloria VVasserman. Honorable mention t.. Gloria < % %  dman. High Bohool f..r Jewish Doria Rosenbaum and Evalyn Segal. Honorable mention to I %  : 'idler. Prizes awarded in the Hebrew school went to: : A Richard Horowlti and -\' ham Klein. Honorable mentk t-. Bernard Appelbaum. 1-BR hard Alt. and i:-: nard Jaffee Honorab • m ion io Leslie Greenfield and Ja. k M : %  • 1-C—Leo Morrli and Edwli M • :::. Honorable mention to s> 1-D—Michael Salklnd %  k) lb norable mei I '.:.t i.. v.y, Rita K %  .%  .. J.. i.Morganstern. .'-A—M arvl n Schwartsmai 1 ible mi : Ion to Martin .N. !. WoW 2-B I'..' • %  • %  Rappaporl I %  able %  •• Bruce Rogers Claaa %  ',H.n K • I Alia i • Zatlln. I—Melvln K Arnold iavld Lt h.nun A] x Sussman. chairman of the Su'.day School committee of the Center, has announced that the fall term of the school will begin on September 28. The Center's nursery school. ise two teachers are Miss Civie A>pel and Miss Gertrude Goldb( rg. also closed its semeSunday and will reconvene September 28. Beth Jacob Meeting Set Jack Satin, president of Beth i Jacob congregation, has announced a general meeting of the membership for Wednesday, May 28. at 8 p.m.. to be held at tinsynagogue. OtheY Beth Jacob activities are a meeting of the Sisterhood, to be held on Tuesday. May 27, for board members and officers, at the home of Mis. Jack Hirsch, Sisterhood president. 645 Lenox ave Miami Beach. The board of education of Beth Jacob has been called to convene by Dr. I. Makovsky, chairman, at the home of Dr. M. J. Safra, Penn Court apartments, Thursday evening, May 29. TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties. Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" DEPENDABLE DRY CLEANING Clothing is a very costly item in your budget today. The clothing dollar can go farther when you have your garments cleaned by J. J. Sloane, Cleaners. At Sloane's, fine garments receive the detailed care they need io look better for longer periods. Phone 9-2818 1820 N. W. 1st Ave. •J.J.< (LOME. Your Nearest Mail Box can ^BSBl Hi K; %  *' A.MI Se HsbU EepeRol pAWsePafePortuge. \ needless expense. It your convenience. Special M-addreed Envelope %  .. V dcposlt f or your next transaction. IhefirstMonalfcat* B.UHI.V.* 1902 • 101 Et F • Sy.!* 1


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VOLUME 20-NUMBER 2
II N Palestine Meet
OK's Inquiry Group
FLUSHING MEADOWS (JTA)The historic special session
ol the United Nations on Palestine ended last Thursday in an
aura of good-will, as the 55-nation assembly, with only the
Middle East states and Afghanistan in opposition, approved
the terms of reference and the composition of the inquiry com-
mittee, which it is hoped will recommend a final solution of
the age-old problem.
Last minute efforts were made by Poland and Argentina
to have the Big Five and one Arab country included in the
inquiry commission, but they were unsuccessful. Asaf Ali, the
jlndian delegate who was among*
I those who eventually voted for
=_ MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY g iq
PRICE: TEN CENTS
I the terms of reference, earlier
[spoke against them and warned
[that they might precipitate Arab
[disturbances in Palestine and
[lead to a third world war.
The assembly adopted a resolu-
tion proposed by Norway, calling
[upon all governments and peo-
Iples, particularly the inhabitants
lof Palestine, to refrain from "the
[threat or use of force or any
other action," pending a decision
I by the assembly in September.
It was officially announced by
Ithe U. N. secretariat that the in-
Iquiry commission will hold its
Ifirst meeting on May 26 at Lake
ISuccess, at which time it will
draft a program of work. It will
Ithen leave for Palestine, and
probably go to Europe later. It
was doubted whether the com-
mission will hold hearings in the
S. prior to its return from
Palestine and Europe, but the
[commission has a free hand in
pending its procedure.
The assembly elected the seven
Rations originally suggested by
we U. s.. plus two nominated by
Chile and an additional one each
pom the Asian and the South
Pacific areas. The inquiry com-
nttee will consist of the follow-
C a n a d a, Czechoslovakia,
Iran, the Netherlands, Peru, Swe-
Uruguay (all proposed by
U. S), Yugoslavia and
Guatemala (suggested by Chile),
(Continued on Page 4)
OF PUBLIC SCHOOL
Day Fast Is Plight
N 116 Stranded Jews
VIENNA
refugees
med-
were moved to the
(JTA)A group of
f"> Rumanian Jewish
jranded oil a railroad bridge on
"e Austru-Hungarian border for
r days without food or
P1 atttntion
wtaurant of a railroad station
...Loipersbach, nearby, last Sat-
Jjy evening, it was learned
J men, women and children
ved their first hot meal in
13*** and a local doctor
W the sick. The transfer
* earned out by Austrian
"*tkgUfds actin on ord<->rs
"io Austrian Interior Min-
, 0ri'nally, the Jews had
*r(rsr,heborderby
le Aust;
* local
'critics,
NEW YORK (JTA).Objection
to both "released time" and "dis-
missed time" or to "the utiliza-
tion in any manner of the time,
facilities, personnel, or funds of
the public school system for pur-
poses of religious instruction'
has been announced jointly by
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council and the
Synagogue Council of America.
Several weeks ago, the same or-
ganizations announced the crea-
tion of a joint advisory commit-
tee on religious instruction and
the public school, to give guid-
ance to Jewish communities.
The joint statement was re-
leased after authorization by the
executive committee of the
NCRAC. It had been adopted by
the Fifth Plenary Session of the
NCRAC. held March 15-17; and
on April 2 the Synagogue Coun-
cil in plenary meeting adopted
an identical statement. Based on
a resolution adopted by a joint
conference of the NCRAC and
the Synagogue Council last No-
vember, after two full days of
deliberation, the statement has
the support of the major rab-
binical and lay synagogue organ-
izations as well as the NCRAC.
The text of the statement fol-
lows:
The utilization in any manner
of "the time, facilities, personnel
or funds of the public school
system for purposes of religious
instruction should not be per-
(Continued on Page 4)
TO
LOUIE, REPORTS
A series of important reports
and recommendations, some of
which promise to simplify the
construction and enlarge the
scope of activities of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will
be presented to the membership
at the organization's annual
meeting on Tuesday. May 27th. at
8 p- m. at the Miami Woman's
Club. 17th street and Bayshore
drive, according to Morris Klass,
executive director.
Harry I.urie, executive director
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, parent
body of the Miami group, will be
the guest speaker for the occa-
sion, which will feature reports
by Max Orovitz, Federation pres-
ident; Mr. Klass, and by Leon
Kaplan, chairman of the nomi-
nating committee.
The election of officers and a
board of directors are the chief
points on the business agenda of
the yearly meeting, which will
also consider a series of proposed
changes in the constitution and
by-laws of the organization.
Among the changes is one to
enlarge the Federation's board of
directors by allowing member
organizations with more than
500 members to elect two dele-
gates to the board. Other changes
include the appointment of three
to five trustees to invest trust
funds set up by the Federation;
the enlargement of the budget
committee to twenty-one mem-
bers from its present twelve
members; the institution of two
additional standing committees, a
community relations committee,
and one for community planning;
and the enlargement of the nom-
inating committee.
According to advance informa-
tion released here, the nominat-
ing committee will submit to the
meeting the following as sug-
gested members of the board:
Honorary president. Max Oro-
vitz; president. Jacob Sher; vice-
presidents, William D. Singer,
Herbert Scher, Abraham
let DPs Come In'
Says Justice Dep't.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Justice department memorandum
urging favorable action on the
Stratton bill to admit 400,000 dis-
placed persons to this country
during the next four years, con-
tains three suggestions for modi-
fication of the measure.
The memorandum, in the form
of a letter written to Earl C.
Michener, chairman of the House
1,425 PASSENGERS
OF S. S.
LID IN CYPRUS
HAIFA (JTA)Four deporta-
tion ships, carrying 1,425 visaless
immigrants who arrived in Haifa
aboard the Hatikvah last Satur-
day, have disembarked their pas-
sengers in Cyprus, according to
word from Famagusta. Their
arrival brings the camp popula-
tion to over 16,000, but 1,125
were scheduled to be returned tc
Palestine this week.
One of those arrested aboard
the Hatikvah is Shmuel Izban, a
correspondent of the Morning
Journal, New York Yiddish daily.
Izban. who is being held in jail
here, has appealed to the Ameri-
can consul to secure his release.
The consul is alleged to have told
him that "this is a peculiar situ-
ation for an American citizen to
be in," but promised to take up
the matter with the Palestine
government.
There is considerable specula-
tion here as to what reply, if any.
the government will make to the
statements issued during the
week-end by the Irgun and the
Good- : Stern group, outlining their con-
Judiciary committee, by Douglas
W. McGregor, acting attorney
general, states: "I am in full ac-
cord with the proposal to render
relief and assistance to the un-
fortunate people who have be-
come homeless and displaced be-
cause of the tragedies of war and
persecution."
4> In addition to a proposal to
grant permanent status to some
15,000 persons now here on tem-
porary status, the Justice depart-
ment letter suggests that some
provision be made for the relief
of those "displaced in the sense
that they are victims of cruel and
constant persecution because of
their race, religion or political
opinions."
It also asks that the bill ex-
clude from entrance those per-
sons who had "no valid reason
for not remaining in Germany,
Austria and Italy," those "who
voluntarily assisted the enemy
during World War II," and those
who have been members of or
participated in any movement
hostile to the United States or
to the republican form of govern-
ment. The same changes were
suggested in a letter setting forth
the State department's views
written by Undersecretary of
State Dean Acheson to Congress-
man Frank Fellows, chairman of
the immigration sub-committee.
About 700 displaced children
have been brought to this coun-
try since the end of the war and
about 350 more are eligible to
come, Miss Evelyn Smith, con-
sultant on foster care of the
Children's Bureau told a press
conference here. The only chil-
dren being brought over now,
she said, are those who were in
the American zone on Dec. 1945.
man, Stanley C. Myers, Irving
Frankel; secretary, Mrs. Monte
Selig; treasurer, Carl Weinkle.
Delegates at large: Jack A. Ab-
bott, Jack Albin, R. William Apte,
Joseph Arkin, Sam Blank. Harry
Boyell, S h e p a r d Broad, Leo
Chaikin, Charles H. Cohen, Har-1 mittee
(Continued on page 4) jtions.
ditions for agreeing to a truce
during the U.N. inquiry. Al-
though the government will cer-
tainly not agree to the conditions,
it is believed that it will attempt
to prevent serious incidents dur-
ing the period in which the corn-
is making its investiga-
te:-
in,
police, and
nans, under orders of
Soviet occupation au-
StrQefvuscd to permit them
u 110 Vienna.
*Sn"1" th JeWS are Vir"
use i ?,eis ln the Nation, be-
rCrieiUU''' the Austrian
"lan Police have
N
nor
nave received
K The'11'"8 lhe refu*ees to
pmittee
d food
bee
Joint Distribution
>s not permitted to
or medicine to the
th "USe u does not oper-
he Sov* zone of Austria.
Committee Report Will Air
Federation Budget Changes
The general reallocation of
funds from the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to its member I ments
gestion that a flat 10 per cent reduced from $3,000 to $1,500.
horizontal reduction in allot- The contingency reserve, already
to all organizations be | tapped this year for more than
orgTnlza'tro^Tade'^essaVrby made was rejected du, to the j $5,000, to be reduced by $10,000.
--:--- fact that this would
the failure of the organizations
drive to meet its quota of $1,309,-
great a hardship
work too
on member
^ S'^n^fS/a^e^
first expected, according to indi-
cations this week.
The report of the Federation's
budget committee, which was
given the task of redistributing
funds on the basis of the $800,000
actually raised in the drive, will
be read before the annual meet-
ing of the group on Tuesday
night, at the Miami Woman s
Club.
According to the report, a sug-
7-2, the following recommenda-
tions will be made:
The Baron de Hirsch Loan
Fund, not now operating, to be
NOTICE
The office* of lhe Jewish Flo-
ridian will be closed all day
Sunday and Monday in observ-
ance of the Shovuoth Holiday.
Local agencies reserve, to be re-
duced from $35,000 to $30,000.
The reserve for collection losses
to be reduced by $22,803.45, and
the campaign expenditures to be
reduced to $40,000, effecting a
saving of $3,235.
Largest cut is to be suffered
by the organization with the
greatest original allocation, the
United Jewish Appeal. This
group, scheduled to receive 70
per cent of the Federation funds,
will be recommended for a cut
(Continued on Page 4)
U.S. Job Bias Growing
FEPC Council Declares
WASHINGTON (JTA).Since
the end of the war "job discrimi-
nation against American minori-
ties has become bold and ram-
pant," Elmer Henderson, execu-
tive secretary of the National
Council for a Permanent Fair
Employment Practices Commis-
sion told the President's Com-
mittee on Civil Rights, during
two-day hearings here.
Henderson said that he felt it
was "incumbent on the commit-
tee to recommend in the strong-
est terms" the passage of the
Ives-Chavez-Norton bill barring
discrimination in employment.
"The problem of job discrimina-
tion is basic to any consideration
of civil rights," he added.
Replying to committee member
Rabbi Roland Gittensohn, who
asked whether the Council felt
that employment bias could be
solved by education alone, or by
use of punitive measures, Hen-
derson said that education alone
was not sufficient. The American
Jewish Congress, the American
Jewish Committee, the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League
and the Jewish Labor Committee
are among groups working with
the Council in fact-finding work
to discover the sources and
causes of discrimination in Amer-
ica. Henderson stated.


PAGE TWO
. k**ist> fkridfiar _____

'
Personally Sp**
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Auslander, of Rivo Alto Island left
Thursday for a two weeks' visit to Jamaica, British West Indies.

On a recent fishing trip to the Keys at Craig, accompanied
by his father. Benn Bloom, 15-year-old Norton Bioom succeeded
in landing a 55-pound sailfish and a 22-pound dolphin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis have left on a motorinq trip
to Savannah, Georgia.

Miss Marian Cohen, accompanied by her mother. Mrs.
Joseph Cohen, is leaving for New York next week to attend a
family wedding. While there she will attend the summer
sessions at the Juilliard School of Music.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Goodman and their son, Morris, have
returned from a recent vacation trip to Havana.

Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have returned from a month's
visit to New York, as has Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.

Returning from a sudden trip to Baltimore, Mr. Joseph Zalis
is greatly relieved over the health of his father, whose illness
occasioned the trip.

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Holstein. winter residents of Prairie
ave., Miami Beach, have returned to their Syracuse (N. Y.) home
for the summer months.

Mrs. Morris Berinstein has closed her home for the summer
and plans to return here in September.

Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Goldstein, of LaGorce dr., have left
for Chicago.

Mr. Max Greenberg has returned from a visit to Rochester,
N. Y.
Miss Abrams Engaged
To Marry Dr. M. Smith
Mr. and Mrs Samuel Abrams,
730 Third St., Miami Beach, and
turners of the Greenwood hotel,
have announced the engagement
,i their daughter, Audrey, t<> Dr.
Gertrude Brown Sets
June 29 For Brooklyn Rite
Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Brown.
1544 Meridian ave Miami Beach,
have announced '' forthcoming
marriage of their daughter, < lei -
trade, to Leon Dubin. of Brook-
lyn, on June 29th.
The betrothed girl is a grad-
uate of Mian i Bea< h High
attended the University ol Mi-
ami for tw< and graduated
te business school
here. She is a member of Junior
Hadassah and the Red Cross.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Dubin. of Brooklyn,
served with the armed forces in
Germany during the war. He is
now in business wit! I is father.
The couple will make their home
in N>w York.
NOTICE
In order lo assure information
being included in the Jewish
Floridian, copy must be in the
office Wednesday at 9:30 a. m.
%
iirdines
Ylayjfon
By LdCross
60
C
plus tax
Frank Berick To Mark
Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Frank Martin Berick. so
Judge and Mrs. Morris B
4501 Royal Palm ave., will be-
come bar mitz-
vah on Satur-
day, May 24. in
i ny at
Temple J3 e t h
Sholom, Miami
Beach, at 10:45
a.m. An open
;n honor
of the confirm-
ant will be held
at
Frank Benck the Berifks'
nee on Saturday even
The accident pevention com-
mittee of the Dade county
chapter of the American Red
Cross, with the co-operation of
Jackson Memorial. St. Francis
and Alton Road hospitals, has
begun a survey of home acci-
dents and their causes in an
effort to make the public ac-
cident conscious and thereby
enlist the aid of every citizen
in reducing the number which
occur.
Mini ay Smith, son of Mr. and
Mrs Murray Smith. 200 Ocean dr.
A graduate of Miami Edison
school and schools in fash-
ion designing. Miss Abrams has
,1 on a September wedding.
H< : nee, who holds a D.D.S.
from New York university, serv-
ed four yi i major in the
dental corps, and saw sei-
.-. the European theatre. He
will soon announce the opening
if a new office in Miami, where
he will prai neral dentistry.
A party at Kitty Davis' restau-
rant on May 24 will celebrate
; nn iuncen
Robert Marks To Wed;
Bride Is Ohio Girl
Robert Marks, formerly of
Boston and now in the advertis-
ing field in Miami, nounced
his i"i tl c lai [e, on
June 1st. to Miss June Bregman,
of Lorain, O
The bi idi -to-be, formerly a
:it at Ohio State university,
member of B'nai B'rith aux-
iliary ar.d the Junior Hadassah in
I er home town, a suburb of
Clevel
Mark- is a graduate of Boston
university and served five years
as a captain in the air forces, two
of them in Central America.
I i couple will make then
home in Miami.
The Miami women's auxil-
iary of the Jewish Home for
the Aged will hold its last of-
ficial meeting of the season at
1:30 p. m., Tuesday, May 27. at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th
avenue.
Dabij Parade
Jonathan Mark, son of Miriam
and Max G. Stein, was born
May 17 Pamela, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Gross-
man, arrived April 26 .
Michael Stephen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Robinowitz,
April 27 Andrea Ila, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Mantell, born April 29 .
Linda Ann, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Stern, April 29
. Linda Faye, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz,
was born May 5 .
Many Parties Planned
To Honor Barbara Meyer
A dinner for the bridal party
and out-of-town guests is the
first in a series of events planned
to honor Miss Barbara Meyer,
bride-elect of Roy R. Schechter
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Meyer. 583 N. E. 56th st.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis will
be the hosts for the dinner at
their home. 8416 N. E. First ct.
Miss Meyer, who will marry
Schechter June 17 at the Shel-
borne hotel, will graduate from
the University of Miami next
week.having majored in Spanish
there. For her bridal attendants
she has chosen her sister. Miss
Patsy Meyer, as maid of honor;
Miss Nancy Rosenheim. Highland
Park. 111., a former classmate at
Carlton college: Miss Joy Mose-
iey. Miss Gloria Burns, Mrs.
Joseph Davis and Mrs. Clarence
Herrick. the latter two sisters of
the prospective bridegroom.
Mr. Schechter has chosen Har-
old Altschuler, Paterson, N. J..
a former classmate at the Uni-
versity of Virginia, as best man
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wolfson, Mr
and Mrs Meyer Spencer, Mr. and
Mrs Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs
Arthur Friedman have all planned
additional parties for the bride-
elect.
Zuckermans Return
After Cuba Honeymoon
Mr. and Mrs, Maivi
erman have returned to'v*
Beach en route ,0 >
Iowa, after an extended^
moon in Havana ^
Mrs. Zuckerman b ^ I
Ohio Girl Will Marry
Seymour Shafer June 22
June 22 has been set as wed-
ding date by Miss Adele Sachs
and Seymour Shafer. son of Mr
and Mrs Sol Shafer. 1271 S. W.
2lit St., accoi ding to an announce-
ment by Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Sachs
of Cleveland. Ohio, parents of the
bride-to-be.
Shafer is a graduate of the-
University of Michigan and has
! attended Harvard law school. He
I served in the Army air forces
, during the war. His fiancee at-
i tended schools in Cleveland.
Burdine's joins La Cross in
presenting Naylon first in
Miami, ingenuousnew idea
in nail polish and nail
polish bottles. So easy
to apply, so glistening and
long wearing you'll
wonder why it was never
dreamed of before. The
streamlined bottle will not
tip over the long-
handled brush makes ap-
plication a cinch' In ripe,
rich, glowing new Sum-
mer colors.
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THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE
at the
SHOLEM LODGE B'NAI B'RITH
Carnival Dance
SUNDAY, JUNE 1st
8:00 P. M.
Come to the
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FROLIC
CLUB
Causeway and Biscayne
DANCING .... Barry Davis and His All-Vet Orchestra
GAMES Surprises and Prizes
REFRESHMENTS FUN ACTS
TICKETS: $1.50 PER COUPLE
Call 3:6306 or See Any B'nai B'rith Member
Marjorie Thelma Roscngatto,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten. 5860 Pine Tree
drive, Miami Beach. They wen
married May 7. at the' Roney
Plaza hotel, in a ceremony at [
which Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Maurice Mamches of Be
David congregation officiated.
The bride was attended by her I
sister, Joyce, us maid of honor,
Mrs. Norman Brown as matron
of honor, and bridesmaids Au-
drey Fleischner, of Bristol, Conn,
and Junice Green, of Middletown,
N. Y. Rosalie Zuckerman, sister]
of the bridegroom, acted as jun-1
ior bridesmaid.
Mrs. Zuckerman is a graduate
of Mt. Ida junior college and lie
University of Alabama, where
she was a number of Sigma Del-1
la Tau sorority.
The groom, son of Mr. anil
Mrs. Meyer Zuckerman, was al-
tended by his brother Harvey a |
best man He studied at Loral
college in Dubuque. the Univer-
sity of Indiana and the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati, and served!
overseas 33 months with the I
Army. He is in the clothing bus-1
ne8 in Dubuque, where the cou-
ple will make their home. I
A reception, attended by tt|
hundred guests, followed t*
marriage ceremony.
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-mAY. MAY 23, 1947
'"Jewish fkrktiaun
Anna Brenner Meyers
[SSB Reception Honors
, Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
hn has served for the past three
;hS president of the Jewish
P I'si-rvicc Bureau, was hon-
S!!l,t a reception Wednesday
Km at the home of Mr. and
KM! B-ft 1384 S. W.
'l3th street. More than seventy-
Je people attended the cele-
bration, which was offered as a
Emonial to Mrs. Meyers by
I her colleagues.
[ resolution, presented by
JudCc Ha-ld Spaet, recognized
h debt of the board of direc-
\L of the Jewish Social Service
Bureau and the community to
|,|,c work of Mrs. Meyers, who
lhas been actively engaged in
community activity for many
The resolution will be cast in
I bronze and delivered to Mrs.
IMevers "as a permanent memo-
rial' '. for her outstanding, un-
Iselfish and efficient service to
Ithe needs of our community."
I The new hoard of directors of
|the JSSB will meet Thursday
night. May 29, at the Beth David
IcongrcRatior., at which time the
election <>f officers will take
place.
Expand Beach Facilities.
I Turk Urges At Rallies
Hearing the peak in his cam-
Ipaign for election to the Miami
[Beach city council, Harold Turk
inaugurated a series of political
. Thursday, May IS, at 12th
1st. anil Washington ave. Turk
[was aided by other speakers, in-
cluding Mis Muriel Hirsch and
|R, C. Lohmeyer.
Advocating the expansion of
ei'.v parks, Ualhing beaches and
playground-. Turk called for ac-
quisition of the Firestone estate,
reiterating a previouus stand be-
jf..re a crowd of more than 500
in the Roney Plaza gardens. He
Ideclarcd the Firestone estate was
Ihe las! "I a few oeeanfront
properties available which could
M utilized for a municipal bath-
png beach and park.
The Firestone estate should
be acquired at present prices ho-
pe the property is rezoned at
attendant higher prices," Turk
paid.
He called for additional park
facilities in South Beach and
Bailed the establishment of n
hw North Beach park
Dr. Glickstein To Lead
New Gables B'nai B'rith
Dr. Leonard M. Gilckstein has
been named to lead the newly
formed B'nai B'rith lodge in
Coral Gables, it was learned here
recently. Elected with him were
Sydney Block, vice-president;
Sidney Lewis, recording secre-
tary; Sidney Richman, financial
secretary; Irving Gerstenfeld
treasurer; Sam Silver, monitor;
Bert Aber. warden, and Milt
Klein, guardian. The following
were elected as trustees: Sidney
Poller. Oscar Sindell. Sam Wi-
se! and Maurice Shorr.
The group enrolled approxi-
mately 50 charter members in
their initial membership drive.
The lodge will be officially in-
stalled by district officers a' t>v
B'nai B'rith convention, sched-
uled for Miami Beach on June 7.
Coral Gables lodge No. L662
".ill meet the first Wednesday
of each month at Ilillel House.
3306 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral
Gables.
PAGE THREE
DR. E. PUSHKIN
Optometrist
Examination of the Eyes
Complete Eyeglass Service
1248 S. W. 22nd Street
(Coral Way)
Hours: 95:30
Evenings by Appointment
Phone 9-2388
Burbridge Spurs Permit
For Beach Center
In the face of threatened court
action. Councilman William Bur-
bridge at Miami Beach Wednes-
day spearheaded action which re-
sulted in the city giving the
YMHA a permit to begin con-
struction on its community cen-
ter at 1600 Bay rd.
Opposition to the construction
of the $775,000 recreation center
crystalizcd with the appearance
before the council of Attorney
J. P. Simmons, representing a
property owner on the north side
of the YMHA location which was
dedicated on May 4.
Simmons' appearance apparent-
ly was a surprise to a delegation
headed by Milton Sirkin. Attor-
ney Louis Heiman and Carl
Wcinkle. president of the Beach
"Y."
While the property was zoned
for the construction of a private
clubhouse, Simmons contended
that certain deed restrictions pro-
hibited this, and that the center,
as reported by newspaper and
other accounts, would not be a
private club, but a "business
enterprise."
"I see no reason why these
people, after purchasing this
property, should be forced to
seek another location." Burbridge
declared. "It is true that it is
next to a residence, but it also is
almost next to the Flamingo
hotel. I move that the permit
be granted."
Bu'-bi idge's motion was quickly
seconded by Councilman Ralph
Pole and received the unanimous
vote ->f the entire council. Sim-
mons did not indicate when he
would file a suit in circuit court
to enjoin the city of Miami Beach
from allowing construction of the
center.
VOTE FOR YOUR
CANDIDATE
Sam Gold
For City Council
JUNE 3rd, 1947
"THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE"
Paid Political AdvertlMment
Officers-, and trustees of the newly organized Cora? Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith meet at Hillel
House to appoint committees and launch thjii community-service programs for the year.
lr photo, standing in rear: Osrar Sindell. trust :-e. Sam Silver, monitor; Sam Weissel, trustee;
Sidney Richman, financial secretary. Front re' 'left to right) Irving Gerstenfeld. treasurer;
Sydney Block, vice-president, and Dr. Leonard M. Glickstein, president.
Glenn C. Mincer, United
Slates state's attorney, will ad-
dress the Sholem Lodge, B'nai
B'rith luncheon today at noon
at the Downtown Club, Scy-
bold Arcade, on the subject,
"How Best To Co-operate With
Your State's Attorney." Bill
Pallol will introduce ihe speak-
er. Sam Silver, lodge president,
will Dreside.
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VOTE FOR

"Doc" KLEIN
Candidate for
CITY COUNCIL
JUNE 3rd
Some of His Activities:
Past Commander. American Legion Post No. 85 (twice)
Past Commander. Jewish War Veterans (twice)
Chief. Civilian Defense. Miami Beach (4 years)
Member, Zionist Organization of America
Vice-President, Beth Jacob Congregation
Member, B'nai B'rith. Elks, YMHA. Masons, Knights oi Pythias
President, Washington Avenue Merchants Association
(Pid Poltiicel A4yrtl*tTi^n)


PAGE FOUR
9-Jenisi' nvridian________ -
""DAY, MAY *
Editorial
REAL PLANNING
Intelligent and unselfish social planning is behind the an-
nouncement, made jointly by the Jewish Welfare Board and
the Jewish War Veterans, that beginning on June 1 the Jewish
War Veterans will take over from the Jewish Welfare Board the
nationwide program of claims and contact services for veterans
of Jewish faith and their dependents. It seems loqical that this
work should be undertaken by the Jewish War Veterans as a
veterans organization, in much the same way that the American
Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Catholic War Veterans
and other veterans groups similarly handle veterans claims.
In relinquishing this phase of its veterans program, while
continuing to carry on its religious and welfare program tor
veterans in hospitals, the Jewish Welfare Board has shown a
hiqh degree of social service statesmanship. It relinquishes
that which is properly the function of another agency and con-
tinues that work which it can best and most efficiently handle.
This is social planning at its best.
It is good, too, to hear that the Jewish War Veterans is ready
to assume the responsibilities which are rightfully its- the
handling of claims and contact services for Jewish veterans.
Under the supervision of its new executive director. Colonel organizations one .
Charles I. Schottland. well known in social service circles as goes into eflect
the former executive director of the Federation of Jewish Wel-
fare Organizations of Los Angeles and as a member of the
staff of General Eisenhower in charge of displaced persons, it
can be safely assumed that the J.W.V. will handle its new
responsibility in keeping with the highest and finest traditions
of Jewish social service.
The joint announcement of the two organizations particularly will continue its program in the
emphasizes the fact that all Jews, whether or not they be mem- religious, welfare .community,
bers of the Jewish War Veterans, "shall be eligible for service hospit*
to the same extent and of the same quality as J.W.V. members,
without any preference or priority to members."
The American Jewish community through the Jewish welfare crl,nol<.
funds of the United States will continue to finance this program N.^.It.AA,
for the J.W.V. in the future as it has for the J.W.B. in the past.
It can well be satisfied that the best possible job will be done
for veterans of Jewish faith under this new realignment of
functions for the Jewish War Veterans and the Jewish Welfare
Board.
JWV Undertakes
Veterans Welfare
In Pact With JWB
PITTSBURGH (JTA). The
Jewish Welfare Board and he
Jewish War Veterans of the
United stales have concluded an
agreement whereby the formers;
,r inim anH contact
program of claims and
services for Jewish veterans and ;
their dependents will be taken
over by the JWV annual meet-,
ing. .
The terms of the agreement,
which were made public by
Prank Weil, president of the
JWB and Milton H. Rich man. |
commander of the JWV. provide
that the JWB shall be represent-
ed by tiii- members of a SIX"
man advisory committee which
will be established to supervise
the "implementation of this
agreement." The program is to
be reviewed jointly by the two
izations one year after it
organization
guaranteed to provide adequate
claims and contact service for
Jewish veterans throughout the
country on a basis of full equality
for members and non-members
alike. The welfare organization
and social fields at
veterans'hospitals and other vet-
erans' facilities.
End Religious Classes
i ttinued from Page 1)
We, therefore, believe |
that Jewish communities are jus- j
tified in ol jecting to released
time or dismissal time programs.
Where such programs cannot
be avoided the following state-
SHEVUOTH
The festival of Shevuoth which we celebrate this week is ol
a twin aspect. It is a harvest festival and at the same time it is ment is presented for community
traditionally observed as the time of the giving of the Law on guidance: .
M p. (a) Religious instruction 01
'-Because of the latter aspec, it was quite natural ifaal II *** STSSC-S
should become, also, in these days, a holiday set apart for ;h| hom| g|.(, not of th confirmation. Our forebears of generations back assumed the scnools.
responsibility of the Law at this season. It is therefore a meet
and proper occasion for inducting those who are to take the
places of the elders. This more recent phase of Shevuoth
tends to become more and more accented with the passinq of gram of religious education whol-
years. Shevuoth has thus become something of a special ;
youth holiday and no one in the Jewish fold will begrudge
this development. It has in it the seeds of doing much to foster
closer ties to the synagogue.
Yet the original phase of the holiday also emphasizes a
strong note. Today, the Jews, except those in Palestine, are not
agriculturally minded. Yet the wider and more fundamental
undertones of the harvest life, the strong call of the out-of-doors,
beckon to us with undiminished force. And this is the season
when we are especially sensitive to the great out of doors. In .
Palestine, this original aspect of Shevuoth is reemphasized. '" *"* or ni;,v.,bo a?1ted,' *
... ,C ... ,. ,,,. r, .. ,, J< Wish rommunitv shall insist
Much ceremony is made here of bringing in the first fruits. I u,, following safeguards
In the old pious Jewish household, the Shevuoth culinary agains1 possible abuses-
(bl Jewish communities are
urged to maintain as a major
community responsibility a pro-
schools,
(c) Inherent in dismissal time
are many, though not all, of the
faults of released time. Never-
theless when confronted with
the i cessity of a choice, we rc-
dismissal time as less ob-
!i. tional.
Id) Where a program of re-
time or dismissal time is
Federation Meeting
To Hear Reports
(Continued from Page 1)
old Cohen, Harry Cornblum,
Frances Dancls, Mrs. Max Dobrin,
Samuel Friedland, Arthur Fried-
man, Maurice Furman, Joseph
Gardner, Moses Ginsberg, Morris
Gold, Sam Goldman, E. Max
Goldstein, Dr. Morris Goodman,
Stuart Gordon;
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Samuel
Grundwerg, David Isen, Mrs. Ada
Joseph. Benjamin Kane, M. J.
Kopelowitz, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Sam Lachman, Aaron Leban, Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Isaac Levin, Marcie Liber-
man, Joseph Lipton, Sam Lipton,
Murray Maurer, Benjamin Mey-
ers, Mickey Michaels, Max Nan-
kin, David Phillips, Mrs. Harry
Platoff. Matilda Ratner, Sam Riv-
kind, Joseph M. Rose;
Morris Rosenberg, Herman Ru-
bin, Dan Ruskin, Ned Sail, Meyer
Schwartz, S. E. Schwartz, Monte
Selig. Fred K. Shochet, Ed Sing-
er. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Har-
old Spaet, Joseph R. Stein, Carl
Susskind, Harry Synes, John
Temple, Gus Trau, Ben Turchin.
Arthur A. Ungar, Mrs. Ed Wein-
stein. Dr. S. Charles Werblow.
Leonard Wien. Louis Wolfe,
George Wolpert, Rabbi Colman
7. wit man.
In addition, the following have
been elected by their various or-
ganizations as organizational del-
e-gates to the Federation:
AJC Women's auxiliary, Mrs.
Louis Glasser; Anti-Defamation
League, Sidney Meyer; Beth Da-
vid congregation, Louis Heiman;
A special board meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Wednesday considered
the applications of five new
organizations for membership.
They were: the Beth David
P. T. A., the Chesed Shelemes,
the Business and Professional
Division of Miami Hadassah,
the Beth Tfilah congregation,
and the sisterhood of Beth
Tfilah. All indications were
the applications would be ac-
cepted.
was generally wont to emphasize the dairy note and the rabbis
explained that this was because on Shevuoth even the elders
were supposed to be as young children. It is a happy holiday
which can make the very voung a little older by their as-
sumption of the responsibilities of the Torah and at the same
time make the older people feel younger.
After the nations at Lake Success have spent so much time
working out the "terms of reference" of the special impartial
investigating committee on Palestine, they would do well to
refer that committee to our observance of the Shevuoth festival.
They will then be convinced that Palestine is not and has never
been a mere academic question. It is the very warp and wool
of the colorful tapestry of Judaism; it is the very essence of
Jewish life and practice. If, on the other hand, they have their
doubts about the protection of the rights of minorities in a Jew-
ish state, they have but to observe a Jewish congregation chant-
ing the Book of Ruth and they will be convinced that with the
Torah as the foundation of a Jewish state that same spirit of
the Book of Ruth will prevail today. And what is more im-
portantif we Jews are in doubt as to the outcome of the com-
mittee's report, let us but revert to a full and intelligent observ-
ance of our Shevuoth festival, and we shall be encouraged to
continue our striving until we shall have re-established success-
fully our Jewish National Homeland Eretz Israel.--Exchange.
Federation Committee
To Air Budget Changes
(Continued from Page 1)
from $900,000 to $550,000, with
provision being made for addi-
tional allocations as funds are
received.
The Joint Defense Appeal,
which was originally allotted
$7,500 and later raised to $13,500,
will be reverted to its original provided with additional funds
allocation, since it was the only when possible,
organization besides the UJAj The entire report is subject to
'Which' received' an intended in-1 discussion and revision by the
crease. The JDA, too, will be Federation's membership.
Negev Project Stopped
JERUSALEM (JTA). The
execution of a Jewish project
to bring water to the Negev,
the desert area of southern
Palestine, and turn those
parched wastes into arable
land, has been suspended by
order of the Palestine govern-
ment, it is learned here.
Ml No religious instruction
shall be given on public school
-
'2i The administrative machin-
the public school system
-hall not be employed to record
or encourage attendance at re-
ligious instruction centers of
students who avail themselves of
either program.
(31 There shall bo no prosely-
rlzii hool promises.
(41 All children participating
ich programs shall bo dis-
missed together, and all group-
' n. or identification
eligion or by participation or
not participation in such pro-
al] be avoided.
(51 Children shall not be as-
sembled on public school prem-
ir the pupose of being led to
religious instruction center- nor
hall any representative of such
religions instruction center meet
the children on such premises to
facilitate the operation of either
program.
PREFAB HOUSES
GO TO PALESTINE
NEW YORK fJTAVAmeri-
can prefabricated houses will be
' '' Pali tine, aci ording to
being drawn up by .Julius
Stulman, prominent New York
lumberman, in co-operation with
E. N. Molil. former housing ad-
visor to the Palestine govern-
ment, who is now in this country.
These houses. Mr. Stulman said,
are interded primarilv to meet
the needs of agricultural and
-uhurban workers' families.
Beth David sisterhood, Mrs. Nor-
man D. Jacobs; Beth Jacob con-
gregation, William Mechlowitz;
Beth Jacob sisterhood, Mrs. M.
Meseheloff; B'nai B'rith ladies'
auxiliary, Miami, Mrs. Max Katz:
B'nai B'rith, Miami Beach lodge.
Walter Kovner; B'nai B'rith.
Sholem lodge, Marx Feinberg:
Bureau of Jewish Education, Max
Meisel; Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter. Sam Silver.
Icor Committee. Mrs. Miriam
Baumel; Miami Hadassah, Mrs.
E. Carp; Miami Beach Hadassah,
Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein; Hillel
Foundation, Mrs. Carl Weinkle;
Jewish National Workers Al-
liance, S. Ashkenazy; Jewish Folk
Chorus, Mrs. Augusta Birnberg:
Jewish Social Service Bureau,
Mrs. Anna B. Meyers: JWV, Wil-
liam Kresner: Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, Harry Sirkin; Miami
Reach Jewish Center sisterhood-.
Mrs. William Feuer.
Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation. Leon Kaplan: Miami
Jewish Orthodox congregation
sisterhood. Mrs. Fred Ochs: Mi-
ami Service League. Mrs. Leon
Kaplan: Mizraehi Men. Rabbi
Moses Meseheloff; Mizraehi
Women. Mrs. Joseph Brenner;
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, Mrs. S. C. Myers; Pioneer
Women, Miami. Mrs. Isaac Push-
kin; Pioneer Women, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Albert H. Berson:
Prnbus Club, Maurice Cromer:
Rabbinical association. Dr. Jacob
H. Kaplan; Temple Beth Sholom
sisterhood. Mrs. David Philips;
Temple Israel. Louis Zeientz.
Temple Israel sisterhood. Mrs.
Isaac Levin; Workmen's Circle
No. 692. Joseph Duntov; Work-
men's Circle No. 699, Alex Aron-
"ff: Workmen-s Circle No. 699
Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. Morris
Jacobs: Miami YMWHA, George
Chertkof; Miami Beach YMWHA.
Archie Brick: Zionist District.
Miami. Burnett Roth: Zionist
District, Miami Bear*. Jack Bur-
U.N. Palestine Meet
OK's Inquiry Group
(Continued from page})
and Austral,;, and India
The all-inclusive terms of *
erence g1Ven the inquEvY*
mittee. which the Jcffi.0*
delegation favored "SJ^J
omit any mention f immJ y
commission shall submit it! 2
port to the United Nations'*
retary general not ia,er
September 1, in order ,h^
may be circulated to ^
states to time for consideratj
by the September assembly
The following is the full text of
the terms of reference:
"Whereas the general assembly
of the United Nations has been
called into special session for the
purpose of constituting and in-
structing a special committee "to
prepare for the consideration at
the next regular session of the
assembly a report on the question
of Palestine, the general assem-
bly resolves that:
"1. A special committee be cre-
ated for the above-mentioned
purpose consisting of the repre-
sentatives of (those elected
Thursday).
"2. A special committee shall
have the widest powers to ascer-
tain and record facts, and to in-
vestigate all questions and issues
relevant to the problem of Pal-
estine.
"3. The special committee shall
determine its own procedure.
"4. The special committee shall
conduct investigations in Pales-
tine, and wherever it may deem
useful, receive and examine writ-
ton or oral testimony, whichever
it may consider appropriate in
each case, from the Mandatory
power, from representatives of
the population of Palestine, from
governments and from such or-
ganizations and individuals as it
may deem necessary.
"5. The special committee shall
give most careful consideration
to the religious interests in Pal-
estine of Islam, Judaism and
Christianity.
"6. The special committee shall
prepare a report to the general
assembly and shall submit such
proposals as it may consider ap-
propriate for the solution of the
problem of Pal< stine.
"7. The special committees re-
port shall be communicated to
the secretary-general not later
than September 1, 1947. in order
that it may be circulated to the
members of the United Nations a
time for consideration by the sec-
ond regular session of the general
assembly."
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Ti
LmAV. MAY 23, 1947

fcclM0108*1 Resigns;
*Vas T Chief 4 Years
. special board meeting
Sunday, Jack Marash, ex-
oulive director of the Miami
b h YM a"d YWHA, submit-
j his resignation from that
Ji which he has held since
Ertcmbcr. 1943.
Mirash who originally came
., Atlanta, said that he had
Kptcd the post of Jewish com-
lun.tv center director in Rich-
Bva and asked that his
Kation become effective Au-
l*u?t lst- ... u.
nuiinfi his tenure with the
Wh Y he was instrumental m
Corganization of the Greater
Jewish Cultural commit-
I c' as well as the Community
Icorccrt series sponsored by the
Inoach Y"s. Marash was a board
lumber of the Council of Social
ILncies of Dadc county, and
[chairman of the Council's recrea-
tional division.
The YMWHA board has not
|rot named a successor to fill
[the vacant post.
Police Station Is Plank
101 Jim' Jeff res' Platform
James P. Jeff res, who filed as a
candidate in the Miami Beach
Icouncilmanic race last week, an-
nounced his advocacy of a better
I lighting system for the city's
[streets as one of the chief points
|ir. his election platform.
Jeffrcs, former hotel operator
I and currently owner of a Lincoln
I Road dress shop, added that he
I stands for immediate construc-
tion of the municipal auditorium;
[a better sewage system; a sep-
arate county for Miami Beach;
promotion of youth activities;
(added bathing facilities for the
public, and a police sub-station
[for North Beach.
A graduate of Mt. St. Mary's
college, Maryland, Jeffres came
here from Chicago in 1938. He
served as negotiator for the
Army engineers here during the
war and is a member of the
Flamingo Democratic club and
the Hotel Greeters of America.
*Jeisli fkrkttat)
New Board Is Sworn In
By Miami Jr. Hadassah
The Greater Miami unit of
Junior Hadassah, in a solemn
candlelight ceremony on May 10
at the Alcazar hotel, installed
nine newly elected officers to its
executive board.
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
outgoing president, accepted the
title of honorary president and a
gift from the members. Doris Al-
bin was installed as new presi-
dent. Other officers arc Toby
Cooper, vice president; Eileen
Cowen, vice-president; Beverly
Raphael, vice-president and
American affairs committee
chairman; Lucille Yagoda, treas-
urer; Elarose Rogow, correspond-
ing secretary; Doris Shapiro re-
cording secretary; Arlene Rose.
financial secretary, and Hilda
Schwart, social secretary and
Henrietta Szold Award chairman.
The Henrietta Szold pin is the
highest recognition a member of
Junior Hadassah can receive.
PAGE FIVE
End 'Single-Shot' System
Snedigar Urges Voters
Louis F. (Red) Snedigar, seek-
ing reelection to the Miami
Beach city council in the mu-
nicipal election of June 3, ap-
pealed to voters this week to
cast their ballots for five candi-
dates, pointing out that "it was
never intended that the pernic-
ious system of 'single shotting'
should become the instrument of
candidates who are willing to en-
gage in practices that are unfair
to the people they seek to
serve."
"In this generation, Hitler pop-
ularized the 'single shot' system
of voting and death was the
penalty for failure to obey his
mandate. Let us, then, not risk
the advent of the Hitler system
into our paradise by engaging in
'single shot' voting," Snedigar
said.
Beth David To Honor
Students, Confirmants
The Beth David congregation
nas announced its class of con-
firmants who will be honored ir
special ceremonies at the syna-
gogue over the week-end, along
with Sunday school and Hebrew
school students who have been
placed on the honor roll of the
congregation.
The confirmants are:
Bonnie Lou Buskin, Bulh Dlxon
n Green, Myrna Lessln, Edgar
i*wl, Franclne Markowlu, Marvin
MnrkowlU. Belle Helrowlts, David
Morvll, Kenneth Myers, Robert New-
man, Shirley Newman, Phyllis Palet,
Susan Toll'iLk, Stella Roeenfeld Her-
man Roaunlhnl, Jay Rossln, Bhirlej
Salute, Sherman Hvhnltser, Ruben
Senw uts, Richard Kepler, I:
ohovln, Arthur Bhlafrock Burton Wolf,
batman, Shirley Stein, Stanley
stoning;, Arlene w, Inberg and KIU n
swine.
Sunday school honor students:
Sandra Atklna Franclne August,
Arthur Becker, Alvln Capp, Chian
''I. in, Judith Freeman, Marcle Feln-
golil, Dorothy Flshman, Sellg Qoldln,
Estelle r,ieenberg, Prank Ureenberg,
Joan Hablow, Prankle Kreutier, k-
ther Lelbowltl, Sue Miner Adi le
Musk. George Newman, Eve Pearl-
stem. Diane Rablnowlu, Susan Ri
Allan Rose, Stanley Rose, Marcla
Robinson, Oharlene Rossln, Linda
Rovln, Jane Safer, Morris Spector
Kenneth Sher, Adele Slegi I. Ri ve Sha-
piro, Roselle Segal, Ruth Saal, Sandra
Shier, Rita Bhlafrock, Win. Sernaker,
Lita, Ann Wolss and Rosalind Wlm <
Hebrew school honor students:
Sammy Blank, Joseph Bloch, Anne
Elsnor Marcla Pelngold, Paul Qaffan,
Jimmy Gordon, Harvey Kasow, Mich-
ael Qutman, Myron Kahn, Benny
r, Stanlej Rose, Judy Rosenthal,
Barbara Safer, Judy Sterling, Robert
Sterling, Kenneth Sher Leonard
Stein, Adele Siege!, Joseph Warshaw.
Graduate group:
Samuel Bernstein, Audrey Castel,
Dorothy Plshman, Bstelle Oreenberg,
Frank Greenberg, Irene Kestenbauum,
Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene Rossln,
Jerry Sohulman and Raphael Sho
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Obituaries
DENMARK
Meyer Denmark, >:*, retired eon-
tractor from Newark, x. .r., who came
to Miami Beach two years ago died
suddenly at his home late last week.
Kuneral arrahKcni.wils were under the
direction of the Beach Memorial i'u
neral home, Survivors are bis wife,
Anna, two sons, Albert and Irving,
ind a daughter, Mrs. Helen Cantor,
"f Long Island, N. Y.
BRACKER
Murray Bracker, (, former \-
fork dress manufacturer and motion
picture publicist, died of a cerebri
Ihemorrhage In Savanah, Oa., May i'
'Often a visitor to Miami h.- was n
lated by marriage to two Miami resi-
dents, Nat Blumberg and Mrs. Carl
u/elnkle, both of whom attended th
funeral In Savannah. Mr. Bracker i-
survived by his wife, Violet: three
sons. Milton, David S, and Charles N.
his mother, Mrs. Mary Bracker, ol
.New Vork; two brothers, Harry and
Henry; two sisters. Mrs. Ituth Stone
and Mrs, Jessie Menin, and twogrand-
i hlldren.
DRUCKER
Mrs, Sophie Drucker, 85, 1SJ N W,
Utli ave. died Tuesday after a brief
Illness. A resident of Miami for 15
years, Mrs. Drucker came originally
from Cleveland, Ohio, She is survived
by her husband, Aiei and three sons.
Ben, Sidney and David Brucker, all
of Miami. Services weir held Wednes-
daj a( Gordon Funeral chapel. Bui ial
was In Mt. Nebo cemetery.
LEVIN
Ira F,. Levin, son of Mrs, Adele
Segall Levin, S3 N. B. "Ttl> street,
died Tuesday, Services were held
Weilnesdav ill Gordon Funeral ehapel,
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Circuit Court of Pade County. Horida.
MAURICE C. COHEN
Polo Owner.
WILLIAM L. PALLOT,
Attorney for Applicant,
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No. 109294
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
PAULINE GOREN.
Plaintiff,
MORRIS GOREN,
i tefendant.
,-,,,.; STATE OF FLORIDA!
TO MORRIS GOREN.
128 Fort Washington Avenue
Apartment 10-C
%V .by-noOfUd wd" ordered
, to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In roe above
styled causeTon or before the 16th day
of Tune 1347: otherwise the alleRa-
tfj,"of said Hill 0" Complaint will OS
taken as eonfessed against VOU.
''V. "is Order be published ones a
w .ik for four consecutlvo weeks in
,, ,iUlisi, Ftorldlan, a ''.;"?'.'""
iiuiw.d in Pade County, Florida,
""SatED ttliUUi day of May. IHT.
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nv f. .' GOULD.
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PAGE SIX
fJenist ftcridliar
AJC Women's Luncheon
Will Mark Installation
Installation of new officers of
the Miami chapter, Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish Con-
gress, has been scheduled for a
luncheon to be held Wednesday,
May 28 at 12:30 in the Panama
Room at the Robert Clay hotel.
The invocation will be given
by Rabbi Murray Grauer, and
Mr?. Louis Glasser, president of
the Florida Women's Division ol
the AJC, will install the follow
ing officers:
President, Mrs. Sidney Step-
kin; vice-presidents. Mesdames
Sidney- Lewis, Sidney Boeninger.
Jerry Goldman, Isidore Cohen
and Leonard Custice: rec
secretary, Mrs. Jack S
corresponding secretary Mrs.
Sidney Alterman; financial seen
tary, Mrs. Amos Benjamin: treas-
urer. Mrs. Albert Ladd; honorary
president. Mis. Joseph M. Fine:
and program chairman, Mrs. Jo-
seph Mondres.
Milton Rubin will lender sev-
eral vocal selections, accom-
panied at the piano by Mrs. Helen
Gerstenfeld. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Mark Kap-
lan, chairman of the installation
committee, at 3-4675.
Honorary Mayoralty
Asked For John H. Levi
J. C. "Jack" Kimball. candi-
date in the pepper) councilmanic
election cami -!
Beach, this wi I thi I
pointment of retii ing Councilman
John 11 Levi as honorary mayor
of the city.
Kimball urged app n
in recognition of Levi's I >n
faithful service to the co
nity. Kimball is presidi nl I
list Street association, and first
vice-president oi the M
Beach Youth Center. Hi
i
mittee which successfully spun
; the recent freeho
proval for bonds to construct .
municipal auditorium.
I ;1 ief among the eal
's election planks an
elimination ol overlapping
nmenl di
ments, and placing ol resp
oility for one or more city de-
nl directlj with ind
uncilmen. to whem tax
ei s may propel ly refer w
"passing the buck."
Veteran Case Worker
Named To JSSB Position
Mi Leo Alpi t, veteran social
i ently ap-
v is ,i ol c tsi work
j. Social Servii e bu-
Voters of Miami Beach
CAST YOUR BALLOTS ON JUNE 3
It
Is
Your
Duty
To
Vote
ELECT
1.C.~liirii" Kimball
Your CITY COUNCILMAN
Kknball's Record of Civic Achievements
Deserve Your Support
He is first vice president and house committee chairman.
Miami Beach Youth Center, now serving second term.
President of 41st Street Association, Democratic Precinct
Commifteeman, Precinct 26. Miami Beach. Kimball is a
member of American Christian Palestine Committee. He
was chairman of Citizens' Committee sponsoring freeholder
approval of Municipal Auditorium Bonds. Kimball is
pledged, for low-price housing for Veterans, School Teach-
f,rS'^CUY EmP'yees- He served in World War II as member
U. S. Coast Guard Port Security.
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CONGREGATION
ORTHODOX
BETH JACOB, 301311
uuncni-uftMun or. i n JAC.UB, 301 311 n. .
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Meicheloff, Cantor Loir n 9,on
Friday evening services, 6:30. Saturday mornino ?. W"
Vleschelofi will preach on ;'Listen All Ye SL 30'
Rabbi
at 10. .
classes through June 8th. Special congregational
members at the synagogue Wednesday, May 28. at
meeting for
P- m.
it
BETH TFILAH.
P.. Rackovskv.
Friday Mincha 6:30 p. tn. followed by Maarh
5 Euclid ,.. Miami Beach. Rabbi ^
Elate s*i
8:30 a. m. Saturday at 5 p. m. Mincha at 6, followed hv EX *?**
Daily service. 730 .,. m. and 6:30 p. m. 6hevservSfejS?
evening, Sunday ana Monday. Yiskor at 11 o'clock Saturday
17th
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATinv n.
h Pve., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer N' 590 S. W.
Kabolas Shabboa 6:30 p. m. Services Saturday Sin
Grauer will lecture on the 6th chapter of the "Ethic* nf% bbi
5.30 p. m. Shalos S'udos StfSft *2&
, Shevuoss. the Festival erf Matan TorahThe Gift of tbp T? !*?"*
I Grauer will preach on both days of the Festival on M8*
I -Torah. its reward and blessing." Services both davs 81f) a ;
8 00 p m. Monday at 10:00 a. m. there will take pace v,7w and
mortal services. F "worme-
reau, i i d ng to an announce-
by Charles ft Cohen.
xei utive din ctor of the Miami
: on.
tee, mothi
if .1 local
attorm v ident of i
>al Shi a B.A. di
V indei bill uni-
y, and an M A in
th< Ni w York S
: S W k. from which she
graduated in H141
Miami, Mr;
Vlperl with the
laltii Mel I department nf
nd with the j,
F lildren's Service of
of the country's
ling Jewish casework

A mooting of the dance com-
mittee of American Jewish
Congress, Miami Beach Chap-
ter (Youth Division), was held
Thurrday at the home of Helen
and Yvette Wohbard. 601 Mich-
igan avenue, Miami Beach.
Members of the committee
and their assignments are:
Helen Weisbard. tickets; Lee
Mellis, hospitality; Cy Pollo-
koff. orchestra, and Pat Blau.
publicity.
Evelyn Cohen and Al Weiner
are co-chairmen of the affair
which will be held at the Rob-
ert Richter hotel. May 31st,
8:30 p. m.. under the title of
"Congress Capers."
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N W Thirrf a. u.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rev. Maurice Mamches e* M,aBi
The last of the series of late Friday evening services urillh.i^u
at 7:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor IfiSKtoeffJW
ficiate. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the "Ethics of Our Father?" sw
Lefcourt and Bernard A. Sterling, representing the Be n DaWfc
Club, will conduct the responses in the services The flon \ If hit
de bj Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosenbergfin honor ft?
Nemtzoff who is ^siting here. Sabbath services at 3 30Ti S
Students" services al L0:f0 o'clock. Shevuoss w,ll be ushered faSrt
urday evening at sundown. Services will be held Sundav and C
day mornings al al .30. Students' services Sundav morning at 1038
koi M,.dav at 10:30 a. m Rabbi Shapiro's e. ntra fheni J
discussion> willbe "A Lasting Tribute- Confirmation will behu
the second night of Shevuoss. Sunday. May 25th, al 7:15 o'clock
i e Beth David Synagogue. The confirmants will present the -Idea'!
and Drean s of Israel"' The Jewish Folk Chorus and Cantor Mauri*
Mamc es will be in charge of the musical program. The confirma-
tion exercises are under the direction of Mrs. Alex Stiebcl.
MIAMI BFACH JEWISH TENTER 1415 E.-r.H tT- Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabalos Shabbas si ryke 6:30 p. m. Rabbi Lehrmar and Cantor
fjOldnng Will officiate. Saturday service 9 a. m. Ju: ioi consregation
service 10 a. m. Sundav morning. 8 a. m.. Rabbi Lehman'will de-
liver the charge to the rorfirmants at annual Shevuoss confirmation
services, Monday morning the rabbi .will prvi.vr on "Our Sacred
Trust. Yiskor services 10:30 a. m. Daily services 0 a m. and 6:30 p.m.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max
Kaufman, rabbi and executive director.
Services Friday 8:18 p. m. and Saturdav morning at 10. Rabbi
Max Kaufman will speak Friday, Mav 16. on "Jewish Welfare.''
Shevuoss sci vices Saturday. May 24, 6:30 p. m., Sundav. May 25,
10 am., Monday, May 26. 10 a. m.. and Memorial service at 11 a.m.
Sunday. May 1h. the Religious School will hold a picnic at Rock
Shelter, Greynold'a Park, at 10:30 a. m. All are welcome.
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach, Rabbi
'-.eon Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
1947 confirmation service, Shevuoss morning. May 25. 10 a.m.
Reception following the service tendered by the confirmation par-
Friday evening service, 8:15 p. m. The Bar Mitzvah class of
70* will conduct the service. Rabbi Leon Kronish will speak on
'Thirteen Years ol Jewish Life." Sabbath service, 10:45 a. m. Bar
Mitzvah, Frank Berick. Shevuoss evening service Saturday, May 24,
al 5 30 p. in. Yiskor memorial service wifi be included in the service
in Sunday morning. Mav 25. Cantor Samuel Kelemer will render
the musical portions at all services.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th tt.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
rridav evening at 8:15. regular Sabbath evening services. Sal-
urday evening at 7:15, annual confirmation service- and Shevuoss
festival service. Sunday morning at 11 a. m. Rabli Zwitman will
preach on the Biblical section of the Shevuoss festival.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdalf-
Rabbi David Raab.
On Friday evening at 8:00 Rabbi David Raab will conduct the
services and preach the sermon on the subject of "The Immortal
Best Sell, On Sundav, Mav 25th a Shevuoss sen-ice willI take
place at 10:30 a m Rabbi Raabwill ..peak on the subject "The Torah
or the Sword." At this service the children of the religious sc-nooi
will present a page-ant of the Ten Commandments under the direc-
tion of Mr.%Joseph Keller. In addition, the closing exercises M"
religious school will take place, with the awarding of various prog.
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PAGE SEVEtf
Miami Beach BB Women
InaUgurate New Officers
Th0 Miami Beach chapter of
|Bn B'rith Women installed a
Lew slate of officers for the com-
ni year at their second annual
Saltation luncheon Tuesday,
Hay 20. at the Cadillac hotel.
Mrs Irving Lchrman conducted
S, installation ceremonies plac-
JJinta office as president Mrs
.:,.n- Kaufman; counsellor, Mrs.
I L Qoldstrom; first vice-presi-
w Mrs. Harold Turk; second
^.president, Mrs. Marvin Ros-
Inhere- recording secretary. Mrs.
{Ling Frankel; financial secre-
arv Mrs. Joseph Mazo; corre-
spond^ secretary. Mrs. Mollie
Schuman: treasurer, Mrs. Alex
,:,, sentinel. Mrs. Seymour
Satin, 'and guardian, Mrs David
Harris.
Installed as directors were
tfesdames George Talianoff. Ar-
thur Frishman, Helen Sanders,
n e Alper, Jack Fein, George
Bertman. Meyer Baskin, Morns
Bernstein. Irving Becker. Ruth
Glatt Ida Optner, Freda Shifman,
Harry Dinnerstein, Paul Weitz-
man, Donald Rubin, Sanford Le-
vine. Ella Goodman, Hair y
Weitzman, Barney Weinkle. Max.
Miller. Harold Zinn, Sam Lach-'
man. Alexander Richardson.
Sophie Hershey and Louis Ep-
stein Trustees include Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mrs Jack August and
Mis. Philip Lefkowitz.
The guest speaker was Harold
Turk, president of the B'nai B'rith
council of Greater Miami. In
addition, the afternoon's program
included a piano duet by Mrs.
Alvin Lieberman and Mrs. Abram
Gannis and was climaxed with
piano selections by Mr. Irving
Laibson
MRS. BESJ. B. GOLDSTEIN
President of Miami Beach
Group of Hadassah will be
stalled Wednesday at
eon at the Cadillac hotel
Baker's Apothecary
Vour Prescription Pharmacy
Diabetic Foods Delivery Service
1246 S. W. 22nd St., Coral Way
Phone 9-2836
'Run City Like Business,'
Owens Exhorts Beach
Edward L. Owens. Mi in i
Beach realtor and candidate foi
city council, announced this week
that he was running on a simple
and sincere platform, with no
campaign promises. Owens said
he had only one guiding princi-
ple in his race for a council seal
"I believe that the city can i
should be run on a practical busi-
ness basis," the candidate said,
"at a benefit to the taxpayers
and citizens."
Owens is director of the Cath-
olic Welfare bureau, Past Grand
Knight and officer of the ourth
Degree Assembly. Knights 0
lumbus and a past office, of the
Normandy Isle Property Owners'
association.
Klein, Richard, Kanter
Get Beach Vets' Nod
Mai:,: Beach Veterans'
' on, a group espe-
| d to study candi-
in the current Beach coun-
cilmanii campaign, this week an-
nounced its endorsement of Mrs
Theresa (Tess) -Kanter, "Doc"
Klein and Melvin J. Richard as
the candidates it felt would best
fepn enl veterans' in1 rests in
':" council.
The announcement came as the
nation to of sensa-
tional devel pments in the race
The week began with discli
by Cit; Clerk C W. Tomlin
ol the discovery of fraudulent
ns which were alii
ly being paid for by Louis
Schwartz, ex-convict and head of
a firm of pinball machine dis-
tributors. Mr. Schwartz could
not be reached [oi con mi nl A
cli se check of absentee balloting
on Tuesday tailed to disclose ir-
regularities, but Tomlinson said
police and city officials would
leep cl e watch on th< polls
mi election day. June ;>,.
Credit for first initiating the
investigation of fraudulent legis-
lations was extended to Mr.
Richard by a local newspaper.
Richard, acknowledged stormy
petrel of the campaign, has inti-
nati d that if there we
larities, the;- would probably be
n favor of incumbent council-
men who are running 1": re-
election,
Klein, meanwhile. issued a
broad statement of policy which
included his favoring thi eten-
tion of OPA control ovei rentals,
ivith adjustments being made to
pensate some property own-
ers foi increased taxes; a revision
of the tax system on Miami
:, and the establishment oi
a city planning commission
Palm Beach B'nai B'rith
Inaugurates New Heads
The Palm Beach lodge 1146,
B'nai B'rith. recently announced
the installation-of ;i new group of
officers headed by D;,n Good-
mark, president, and Mrs. Al
Moss, auxiliary president.
Other officers (dieted and in-
stalled were Ben Wolfson, vice-
ident; Max Ackerman, re-
cording secretary; William
Cohen, financial secretary; David
Blatt, treasurer; Harry Grobman,
warden; Joe Glasser, guard;
. link V Haver, monitor, and O.
P. Gruner, Can- F. Altman,
. Mehlman, Maurice Moss,
Ralph Cohn and Joe Friendman.
trustees.
In, addition to Mrs. Moss, other
auxiliary officers are Mrs. Melvin
Pazol, vice-president; Mrs. Anita
Albert, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. V. S. Shepard, recording
.secretary; Mrs, Morris Dickson.
treasurer; Mrs. Dan Goodmark.
sentinel; Mrs. Hugh Gold, guide;
Mrs. Jack Kapner, monitoress;
and Mrs. Barney Blicher, Mrs.
Louis Hyman, Mrs. Joe Spitzer.
Mrs. Frank V. Bayer, Mrs. Frank
Barer, Mrs. Maurice Moss and
Mrs. Harry Goodmark, trustees.
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Tires. You'll be turprised at the
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present tires. Don't wait! Drive
to a Dixie Station today 1
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Congress, this week hailed the
passage by the Connecticut
legislature of an FEPC law as
another step forward in the
achievement of fair employ-
ment practices throughout the
land. The bill, which passed
the Connecticut Senate unani-
mously, was approved by the
House by a vote of 121-105. and
is now before the governor for
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EDWARD L.
OWENS
Candidate For
CITY COUNCIL
June 3rd 1947
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PAGE EIGHT
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Heiman, Gannes Leave
For Education Parleys
Louis Heiman, honorary pres-
ident of the Miami Bureau of
Jewish Education, will attend the
fii'vention of the American As-
soci Xlcr for Jewish Education in
Baltimore May 29th to June 1st,
it as learned here this week.
r. Heiman, a member of the
.c ard of governors of the associa-
.i<-n. will read a paper on the
subject "How can the Bureaus
of Jewish Education help the
communities to reach all age
grjuds from kindergarten
through the adult institutes?"
At ?he same time, it was an-
nounced that A. P. Gannes, di-
n-to. of the Miami bureau, will
atte-d the annual conference of
the National Council for Jewish
Education to be held in Balti-
more at the same time. He will
address the Council on organiz-
ing Jewish education in the
smaller communities.
Mrs. Warriner Demands
City Judges Be Elected
A change of the city charter to
provide for election by the voters
of the municipal judge and the
chief of police was advocated this
week by Mrs. Frances O. Warri-
ner, candidate for a Miami Beach
city council seat in the June 3
election.
As a city-wide investigation
continued to pur^e fraudulent
registrants from the city's voting
rolls, following the arrest of Ed-
ward Hunold for alleged dupli-
ca;e registration, Mrs. Warriner
made it plain that she is not
criticizing any member of the
present city council.
"I am simply advocating a
charter change to keep pace with
the growth of Miami Beach," Mrs.
Warriner said. "I believe that by
making the municipal judge and
the chief of police directly re-
sponsible to the peoplewith
provisions for recall, in the event
of dereliction of dutywe will
get better law enforcement thai
will curb crime and put a stop
to fraudulent vote registrations."
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|A*^E .f dir*or,
of the Men's ci^S &
Israel has been call* 'm
president Jerome C
Monday. May 26 u
at Kaplan hall. The
ai n.apian hall. TV,. *\nL
originally scheduled |?f
nesday. has been S5 X
order not to conflict JA
annual dinner of the T !?
on Wednesday. Tem
Thanks for a^cT^
Uon to a fund for inin-
Beth Jacob synagogue goto
councilmanic candidate W
ham BurbndgedefttfconJJ
Satin, president, at the con
gregations instaUation cer*
monies. Treasurer Marcie
Liberman. also a candidate
looks on.
//
12V2 Years of Progress"
WITH
WM. (BILL)
BURBRIDGE
AND
MIAMI BEACH
DURING THE YEARS BURBRIDGE HAS SERVED AS COUNCILMAN
NEARLY EIGHT MILLION DOLLARS OF CITY IMPROVEMENTS
HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. THAT CONSTITUTES MORE THAN 65
PER CENT OF ALL CITY IMPROVEMENTS SINCE THE CITY WAS
INCORPORATED IN 1917!
7^- At Burbridge's first City Council meet-
ing in 1932 he was assigned by John Levi,
then Council President, as committeeman
on streets and sewers. Burbridge, in ac-
cepting that responsibility, said he "ex-
pected to take an interest in ALL City
departments." He has done that through-
out his service.
^ In April. 1945. Burbridge called atten-
tion of City Council to the necessity of
installing sanitary sewers on the fast-
developing Normandy IsleThis has been
done.
^ On May 16. 1945. Burbridge led in
action for a new bridge on 41st Street; the
new bridge is now in operation.
fa Burbridge voted on March 7. 1946. to
call a special bond election for providing
off-street parking and construction of a
new water reservoir adjacent to the exist-
ing one on the old Municipal golf course.
The latter project has now been com-
pleted.
^ Burbridge. in 1945 (April 18). advo-
cated permitting returning servicemen to
be reinstated in the City pension system by
making up the amount of money they had
withdrawn.
j{ On May 10. 1945. Burbridge supported
action to secure passage by the State Leg-
islature of an act authorizing the City to
construct a hospital, library and audito-
rium on the Municipal golf course.
- RE-ELECT
WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE
TO
City Council of Miami Beach
JUNE 3rd
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UmAY.MAY 23. 1947
An installation luncheon hon-
rine Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein,
X"elected president of the
Miami Beach fi><>up of Hadassah,
I \a her executive board, will be
Lid Wednesday. May 28th. at
112-30 p m. :d the Cadillac hotel.
Other officers to be installed are:
I vice-presidents. Mrs. Jos. Lipton,
I Mrs Irwin Makovsky, Mrs. Carl
I Wrinkle and Mrs. Milton Wolf;
financial secretary, Mrs Harry
Ipiatoff- treasurer, Mrs. Leo
Ichaikin; recording secretary,
I Mrs N Douglas Raff; correspond-
ing" secretary, Mrs. S. A. Good-
Lan and Mrs. Carl Susskind; so-
Icial secretary, Mrs. Elsie G.
[Schackman.
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, retir-
ing president, will act as install-
[ing officer, and Mrs. Milton Sir-
Ikin, program chairman for the
Ipast two years, will be toast-
Imistress. Mr. Shepard Broad,
[past official delegate to the
[world Zionist District and a re-
|cent official delegate to the
[world Zionist Congress in Basle,
Switzerland, will be guest speak-
|er. Mr. Broad has taken "Social
[progress" as his subject. Miss
|Sylvia Levine, soprano, accom-
panied bj Miss Charlotte Davis,
[will offer a musical program. The
[invocation will beread by Mrs.
Leon Kronish and the benedic-
Ition by Mrs, Muses Mescheloff.
Mrs. Milton Wolf, who will be
[installed for her second term as
[vice-president, is chairman of ar-
rangements. Reservations may be
Imade by phoning Mrs. Wolf at
15-0711. Mrs. Chaikin at 5-4053, or
|Mrs. Harry Platoff at 5-$163.
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PAGE NINE
Sketching instruction in an
informal atmosphere has been
inaugurated by the Miami
Beach YMWHA. Classes are
I held Monday evenings at 7:45.
Work is done in pastels and
charcoals from life models.
Personal instruction is given
each student in the class, which
is under the direction of Yetta
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DIES AT B'NAI B'RITH CON-
CLAVETragedy struck the
triennial B'nai B'rith conven-
tion in Washington when Louis
Fabricant (above) died of a
heart attack Tuesday night.
May 13, 1947. Fabricant was
stricken while attending a
committee session. His age
was 58. Born in New York,
Fabricant was a former vice
president of B'nai B'rith; for-
mer president and executive
board member of District 1:
attorney-in-chief of the Legal
Aid Society of New York; pres-
ident of the National Associa-
tion of Legal Aid organizations;
ad former deputy assistant
district attorney for New York
County.
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Last Book Review Set
For Beach AJC Women
For the final meeting in a series
of book reviews before the Miami
Beach American Jewish Con-
gress, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will
review the current Literary Guild
selection, "The Tin Flute," by
Gabrielle Roy, on Friday after-
noon, May 23rd, at 1:30 p. m. at
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Advance reports of this work
have marked it as an unusually
superior first novel, the work of
a talented French actress. The
book has already received wide
acclaim in Canada.
This inciting ends a successful
year for the cultural project of
the Miami Beach AJC. The re-
view project this season was
headed by Mrs. Leonard Kimball
as chairman. Serving on her com-
mittee were Mrs. Frank Weiss,
co-chairman, Mrs. Leonard Glick-
man, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Mrs.
John Soifer, Mrs. Emanuel Bas-
kind, Mrs. Charles Grossman and
Miss Clara Goldenberg.
Pace Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director. Ann.
Defamation League.
I have great faith in education-
al processes as the ultimate
means of correcting basic atti-
tudes. Legislation is not the cure-
all to anti-Semitism. It will not
necessarily alter one's beliefs or
prejudices. Yet, legislation can
and does serve an educational
purpose, as can be seen in the
following experiences this office
has noted in connection with the
Miami Beach anti-discriminatory
sign ordinance.
The day following the adop-
tion of the anti-bias sign ordi-
nance by the Miami Beach city
council on May 7. 1047. a mem-
ber of the staff of the advertising
department of Miami's largest
afternoon paper phoned to say
that the paper would no longer
accept ads using discriminatory
phrases. This, despite the fa*ct
that the ordinance does not cover
newspaper advertising!
Here is another encouraging re-
action to the ordinance. A Day-
tona Beach attorney writes that
he has sent copies of the ordi-
nance to the city commissioners
of his town urging that they give
consideration to similar legisla-
tion. Hollywood, Florida, reports
that it too is interested.
And here is still another. While
the ordinance gives the offending
hotel owner thirty days from May
7 to correct the practice, it is
gratifying to see the number of
signs that have already been re-
moved or repainted, some having
been taken down while the bill
was pending.
This bit of legislation, the first
of its kind in the country, is, at
best, only still another affirma-
tive step in the right direction,
and none of us should be lulled
into a state of complacency. We
still have a long way to go. This
very morning we received infor-
mation that one of the syna-
gogues in the Miami area had
been desecrated. When Sabbath
observers came to the place of
worship, they found the Torahs
on the floor, the Jewish flag with
holes burned in it and the prayt r
books and yamulkes strewn
about. At this writing it appears
that these vicious acts of hood-
lumism were done by a group of
neighborhood boys. The police
are investigating.
We still have a long way to go.
Dr. Gabriel Davidson, execu-
tive head of the Jewish Agri-
cultural Society for the past
thirty years, who was recently
honored with a testimonial
scroll by the directors of the
society.
Beach Community Center
Organizes Junior League
At a regular meeting of the
board of governors of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
held Thursday, May 15, approval
was granted for the incorporation
into the Center's activities of a
Junior League.
Young men and young women
between the ages of 18 and 30
are qualified for membership in
the league, according to Martin
Goldberg, newly elected presi-
dent of the organization.
Other officers are Miss Selma
Lewis, vice president; Gershon
Miller, treasurer, and Miss Norma
Raskin, secretary.
All persons interested in join-
ing this group are urged to com-
municate with the office of the
Center at 1414 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach, or phone 58-2503.
Mrs. Carp Heads Board
Of Miami Hadassah
Mrs. Joel Belov was re-elected
honorary president on May 19th,
when the Miami group of Ha-
dassah held its election of offi-
cers at the Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation and Mrs. Joseph S. Carp
was named president.
Holding other executive posts
in the womens' group are Mrs.
D. Sernaker, first vice.-president;
Mrs. Frank Kline, second vice-
president; Mrs. H. Mr.ser, third
vice-president; Mrs. F. Ochs, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. I.
Genet, recording secretary; Mrs.
S. Lefcourt, treasurer, and Mrs.
Rae Frome, financial secretary.
Named to the board of directors
were Mrs. H. Gordon, Miss Ada
Aneckstein, Mrs. M. Weinberg,
Mrs. M. Shapiro, Mrs. V. Mell,
Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs. J.
Schieff, Mrs. N. Jacobs, Mrs. M.
Grossman, Mrs. M. Tower, Mrs.
S. Roven, Mrs. B. Levitan, Mrs.
J. Fishman, Mrs. Ida Hartz, Mrs.
M. Feingold, Mrs. Leo Hohauser,
Mrs. H. Van Damm, Mrs. H.
Garden, Mrs. S. Furkin, Mrs.
Gloria Myers, Mrs. A. Ladd, Mrs.
M. Koven, Mrs. H. Minkoff, Mrs.
B. Roth, Mrs. Sylvia Fund, Mrs.
N. Feika, Mrs. M. Grauer, Mrs. S.
April, Mrs. B. Sterling, Mrs. L.
Kotkin and Mrs. L. Rubin.
The over-all board of directors
will consist of Mrs. Joseph S.
Carp, Mrs. J. Belov, Mrs. V. Mell,
Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. F. Ochs,
Mrs. F. Kline and Mrs. J. Fish-
man.
Installation ceremonies have
been set for June 2 at the Robert
Clay hotel.
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I SCIENTIST
ADDRESS
Professor John H. Clouse. dean
of the Engineering School at the
University of Miami, will appear
on the B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge
forum on atomic energy control.
Monday. May 26th. 8:00 p. m.. at
the Miami Women's Club.
Professor Clouse has appeared
in similar forums with several of
the Oak Ridge atomic energy
scientists, and is the local repre-
sentative for the National Com-
mittee on Atomic Information. He
is a member of the Florida
Academy of Science and has con-
ducted research studies on crys-
tal structure. He will present the
technical aspects of atomic ener-
gy control, while Dr. Manning J
D a u e r, Professor of Political
Science at the University of Flor-
ida will discuss social and eco-
nomic implications.
Robert B. Levin, chairman of
the program, has announced that
the films. "A Tale of Two Cities"
and "One World or None." will
be previewed on the same pro-
gram. Special literature kits have
been prepared by the lodge for
distribution to persons interested
in the subject of atomic energy
control, and other valuable lit-
erature on the subject prepared
by the National Committee on
Atomic Education will be issued
to all who attend. A question pe-
riod will follow the presentations
by Dr. Dauer and Professor
Clouse.
The forum is a project of the
B'nai B'rith committee on public
affairs and is designed to stimu-
late thought and free discussion
on matters of public concern.
NEW B'NAI B'RITH PRESI-
DENTShown above is Frank
Goldman, prominent Lowell.
Mass.. attorney, who was elect-
ed president of the B'nai B'rith
at the organization's triennial
convention in Washington, May
11-14. Goldman, who was vice-
president, succeeds the late
Henry Monsky who died May 2
in New York. As the vice-presi
dent closest to B'nai B'rith na-
tional headquarters in Wash-
ington. Goldman served as
Henry Monsky's right hand
man on many important mis-
sions, and shared the presiding
officer's duties at meetings of
the National Executive Com-
mittee and Supreme Lodge
conventions. He was closely as-
sociated with Monsky through-
out the course of the American
Jewish Conference and is a
member of its interim commit-
tee.
Luncheon Is Planned
For JCRS Installation
The Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society (JCRS) will hold its in-
stallation luncheon at the Shel-
borne hotel, Miami Beach, on
june 5 at 12:30. it was announced
this week
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
Lehrman will officiate in the
ceremonies which will install as
offii ers of the group Mrs. William
Levine, president; Mjs. Rose
Levy, honorary president; Mrs.
Sol Brown, first vice-president;
Mrs-. Sol Goldstein, second vice-
lent; Mrs. Alex Libow. re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Jerry
Poncher, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Louis Rosenthal. financial
secretary: Mrs. Jack Gordon.
treasurer; Mrs. Leonard Weis-
berg, counsellor, and Mrs. Harry
Dinnerstein, case chairman.
Trustees of the organization art
Mrs. Al Goldman. Mrs. Ida Pon-
cher and Mis. Al Scott.
*M Maurrv Poncher is chair-
man of the installation, for which
a program is being planned
vations may be made by
calling Mrs. Louis Rosenthal at
3-7872.
A board meeting of the or-
ganization will be held at the
home of Mrs. Harry Dinnerstein.
6401 N. Bay id., at 8 p.m.. May
2ti. Projects for the summer will
be discussed.
WANTED!
Information is being sought of
IRVING GERSTENFELD on be-
half of his wife. Shirley, who is
totally blind and an inmate of a
public institution. Mr. GersUn-
feld has been living apart from
his wife for the past several
years, during which time he has
neglected to provide funds for
her maintenance. Mrs. Gersten-
feld feels that if her husband
would send a regular allowance
for her support, she could estab-
lish a home for herself with some
member of her family. Mr. Ger-
stenfeld, who is alleged to be in
Florida, was born April 23, 1904,
in New York, is 5 ft., 5 in. tall,
weighs close to 200 pounds, is
bald, generally worked as a
chauffeur. Anyone aware of his
location is requested to communi.
cate with the National Desertion
Bureau, 67 W. 47th St., New York
City.
Miami YMWHA Forms
Women's Drive Division
At a breakfast meeting of the
campaign committee of the Mi-
ami "Y." a women's division was
organized for the purpose of can-
vassing those who have not pre-
viously been contacted for the
campaign.
Mrs Ben Essen and Mrs. John
Temple were appointed co-chair-
men of the group, which will ap-
point majors and captains and'
will distribute prospect cards to
the women in the campaign for
the purpose of soliciting.
A luncheon will be held every
Thursday at the "Y" until the
conclusion of the campaign, it
was announced further.
POINCIANA
A full week of festivities.
June 1st to 8th. will celebrate
the annual blooming of South
Florida's royal poinciana trees
when the 10th Royal Poinciana
Festival will be held in Dade
county next month. Mrs. Beat-
rice Hunt of Miami is general
chairman of the event, which
will be highlighted by a water
carnival, regatta, street danc-
ing, garden tours and a state-
wide art exhibit. Climax of the
affair will be the coronation of
the Royal Poinciana Queen on
June 2nd and the Queen's Ball
on June 7th.
Eli Hurwiti, director of the '
Peninsular Institute, 223 E.
Flagler St.. has announced the
opening of evening classes at
the Miami business school.
Courses offered will include
Fundamentals of Accounting,
Law: Principles and Contracts,
Comparative Statements, Cor-
poration Accounting and other
subjects. Information can be
obtained by calling 3-1570.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR
U. S. TIRES
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Alliance. Pioneer Women
Plan Shevuoth Affair
A gala Shevuoth celebration in
the traditional manner will be
held Monday. May 26, 8:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA,
according to an announcement by
the Jewish National Workers' Al-
liance and the Pioneer Women for
Palestine, the event's sponsors.
An outstanding program of
entertainment has been planned
lor the affair, which will feature
a talk by Rabbi Lehrman, of the
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter. David Freedman, chairman
of the group, will act as toast-
render readings from Sholem
Aleichem.
A. M. Dorff, Alliance choral
director, and his group, will lead
community singing. Other events
will be a showing of a movie on
Palestine and refreshments at
covered tables. All friends are
invited.
Dog Season Nears End
The semi-finals of the 21st an-
nual Biscayne Derby classic will
command tonight's 10-event grey-
hound racing schedule at the
Biscayne Kennel club where only
three more nights of the sport for
this season remain.
With eight dogs eliminated in
the first-round eliminations on
Monday. Tuesday and Wednes-
day nights, the surviving 16 stars
will compete in two eight-dog
fields to determine the final eight
to meet in Monday night's clos-
ing night Biscayne Derby cham-
pionship. The beaten eight in
the semi-finals will comprise the
annual Derby consolation on clos-
ing night, a 10-race schedule that
will get underway Monday night
at 7:30 o'clock.
Togust imOS h\i
We Sell. Rent and Tune Pianos
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
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MARKLEY'S
2900 S. W. 8th Street
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Intermediate and
students of Anyu,a u "*"'
teacher of piano and, eo"tV
-.ted a host of frier,ds^
auves to attend a mu^ I
the music room of the hJ
Alvan E. Ka.lman, 7^
road, on Sunday, May 25th '
To be heard in ,heir inl
tauons of works of the m^
are: Joyce Bruckner, <2
Fishman. Marilyn F.shmar,T
othy Greenberg, Tonnie Jackso,
Rafael Torrico, Richard tc-n
Biographical sketches on the
classical composers will K. T
tared, and a presentation mi
by Richard Kallman.
Miss Melicov's younger pupJ
aged ,,x to ten. will be heard
a recital the following Sunday.
Twenty-seven teachert from
11 Dade couniy schools hm
recently completed the Junto
Accident Prevention insane
tors' course given by Dade
County chapter. American Red
Cross. These teachers ate not
qualified to give the junior
course to youngsters who in
t least 12 years old or ire
in the seventh grade. With this
addition to its group of trained
accident prevention personnel
Henry B. Graves, chairman of
Ihe Red Cross accident prms.
lion committee, hopes to in-
crease accident prevention
training among the youth of
Dade county.
S. J. FREEDMAN
HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Colline A Wieh. Am
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Synagogues and Private On,
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Director, ELI HURWITZ, C.P.A
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BUILDING SUPPLIES
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Everything In the General Building Line
Phones 943989-9985
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Frances 0. Warriner
to the
City Council
MIAMI BEACH ELECTION JUNE 3, 19*7
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FRIDAY. MAY 23. 1947
taWN PARTY HONORS
NEW KADIMAH HEADS
I officers recently elected by the
Ldimah chapter of the Pioneer
Women's Organization were in-
I tailed May Hth, at a lawn party
Kc home of Mrs. Robert Mil-
r 2945 S. W. 27th terrace.
I Mrs Max Shapiro, officiating
L towtmistress, inaugurated as
LkrTof the group for the 1947-
Son. Mrs. William N. Ber-
lin first vice-president; Mrs. Da-
Irid' Washer, second vice-presi-
|Lt. Mr- Sam Seigal, recording
Unitary: Mrs. Marvin Copen-
Ihac.n corresponding secretary;
lurs Jerome Stem, local secre-
Iwrv'- Mrs. Hvman Sootin. treas-
urer'; Mrs. Stevan Simon, finan-
Icial secretary, and Mrs. Sol
Inraun chairman of the board.
Itnrs were Mrs. J. Muravchick,
lurs J Weiss, Mrs. D. Meltzer,
|Mrs T. Abel, Mrs. H. Faber and
[Mr' E. Eichenbaum.
1 Appointed as chairmen of com-
Imittees were Mrs. F. Sandier,
|Mrs J- Block and Mrs. E. Wein-
Islcin membership; Mrs. A. Ber-
lin and Mrs. Ann Cutler, hospi-
Itality: Mrs. Rose Melinson and
|Mrs A. D. Kenoff, social; Mrs.
|l Fine and Mrs. A. Berson, Moat.
IzothHapoalnth; Mrs. M. Shapiro,
cultural; Mrs. L. Gordon and
|Mrs R- Miller, program; Mrs. M.
Icoulton, current events; Mrs.
Abel, sick and joy; Mrs. Etta
ICourtman and Mrs. Esther Faber,
Ichild rescue fund; Mrs. J. Weiss,
Mrs. N. Coulton, Mrs. Margo
luartz, Mrs. S. Seigal. Mrs. H.
lAlpert. JNF fund; Mrs. A. Alpert,
Mrs. H Faber and Mrs. H. Silver.
legislation; Mrs. William Berson,
Ipublicity; Mrs. Ethel Soloman.
historian: Mrs. D. Washer and
Kirs. Sol Braun, special projects.
I Other appointees were Mrs. K.
Lederer. telephone; Mrs. Morton
Beigri, Mrs. A. Berson, Mrs. D.
Wa-her, Mrs. S. Braun and Mrs.
|M. Shapiro, constitution; Mrs. E.
Eichenbaum, education; Mrs. D.
Meltzer. dues; and Mrs. Ruth
Brotman, choral director.
Despite the termination of
Kadimah's activities for the sea-
Ion, members are planning extra
Isummcr functions, including in-
Idividually-sponsored fund raising
affairs, and a choral group under
Ithe direction of Mrs. Brotman, to
Ispecialize in Palestinian songs.
+Jetstifk>rMton
PAGE ELEVEN
[Burris Addresses Masada
Jack Burris, president of the
Miami Beach district, ZOA, in a
Italk before the regular meeting
of Masada Thursday evening.
|May 15th. discussed the recent
[developments in the Palestine
[situation, and gave a brief ac-
[count of the progress of the
[United Nations special session in
dealing with the problem.
I The next meeting of Masada is
[scheduled 8:'0 p. m.. May 29th,
lat the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
Imur.ity Center.
SHEVUOTH INFORMATION
1. In what Hebrew month
does Shavuot fall?
1. Sivan( which is the third
month in the Hebrew calendar.
2. Why is this festival called
Shavuot, or the Feast of Weeks?
2. Because Shavuot (literally
"Weeks") occurs seven weeks
after the Passover festival.
3. What is the agricultural
significance of Shavuot?
3. When our forefathers dwelt
in Palestine, Shavuot was ob-
served as an agricultural feast
and marked the beginning of the
wheat harvest.
4. What great event in the
early history of our people docs
ihavuot recall?
4. It commemorates the procl-
amation of the Ten Command-
Tients.
5. Near what mountain did
the Israelites receive the Ten
Commandments?
5. Mt. Sinai.
6. Who brought the Tablets of
the Law to the Israelites?
6. Moses.
7. By what special name, sug-
gesting his association with the
promulgations of the Ten Com-
mandments, is Moses called?
7. Moshe Rabbenu (Moses our
Teacher).
8. How long did Moses re-
main on Mt. Sinai before he
brought down the Ten Com-
mandments?
8. Forty days and forty
nights.
9. What did the Israelites do
during the time that Moses was
preparing the Tablets of the
Law?
9. They grew impatient while
waiting for Moses, and made a
golden calf which they worship-
ped.
10. What were the Israelites
doing when Moses came from
he mountains with the Ten
Commandments?
10. They were dancing around
he golden calf, and worship-
11. What did Moses do when
he found that the Israelites had
ommitted the sin of making and
worshipping the golden calf?
11. Moses threw the Tablets
)f the Law to the ground, shat-
'ering them to pieces.
12. By what three other
names is Shavuot called?
12. Hag Hakotzir (Feast of
Harvest), Hag Habikurim (Feast
of "First Fruits"), and S'man Ma-
tan Toratenu (Season of the Giv-
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Ping it.
Hag Hakatzin?
13. The harvest season in an-
cient Palestine extended over a
period of seven weeks, beginning
with the barley harvest during
Passover and ending with the
harvest of the wheat. On the fif-
tieth day, the concluding festival
of the grain harvest (Shavuot)
was celebrated.
14. Why is Shavuot known as
Hag Habikurim?
14. On Shavuot each male Is-
raelite brought the first ripe
fruits of the wheat harvest to the
Sanctuary, in accordance with
the Biblical injunction that each
Israelite bring to the temple "the
first fruits of thy labors which
thou hast sown in the fields."
15. How is Shavuot observed
in the home?
15. It is customary to decorate
the home with greens, plants
and flowers.
16. What special food is as-
sociated with Shavuot?
16. Dairy food (Milchigs).
Special cheese cake (blintzes) are
eaten as significant of the Torah.
which is compared in the Bible
to milk.
17. What special book is read
in the synagogue on Shavuot?
17. The Scroll or Book of
Ruth.
18. What ancient Jewish hero,
according to tradition, was born
and passed away on Shavuot?
18. King David.
1!). What is Tikkur. Shavuot?
19. A book, containing ex-
cerpts from the Pentateuch,
Prophets and Rabbinic literature,
which is read by pious Jews dur-
ing the first night of Shavuot.
20. What special ceremony is
conducted in Reform Congrega-
tions on Shavuot?
20. Confirmation exercises.
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PAGE TWELVE
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Beth David Breakiast
To Honor 400 Fathers
More than 400 fathers of chil-
dren attending the Beth David
Congregation Talmud Torah and
Sunday school will be guests of
honor at a Fathers' Day break-
fast to be held Sunday, June 15,
at a location to be announced
next week.
Announcement of the affair
was made last Sunday by Harry
Markowitz, chairman of the con-
gregation's building fund cam-
paign, at the drive's kick-off
breakfast held at the Robert Clay
hotel.
Reading the honor roll of those
members who have signed
"pledge of service" cards in which
they enlisted for the duration of
the campaign. Mr. Markowitz
made an urgent appeal for mem-
bership and community support
of the new project.
The honor roll contained the
following names: Jerry Alex-
ander. Max Bergman. Alex S.
Cohen. Murray G. Cohen, Ben
Essen. Moe Feingold. Louis Hei-
man, David Hess. Abe Kasow.
Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Sidney
Lefcourt. William Lieberman,
Ben and Nate Markowitz. Harry
Markowitz, Stanley C. Myers,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Frank A.
Rose, Burnett Roth, Sol Rovin.
Herbert E. Scher, Sam J. Spector.
Mrs. Bernard Sterling. Bernard
Sterling. Alexander Stiebel, Max
Swartz. Max Feldman. Max Gold-
enblank. Ben Kandel, Loins
Schwartz. David Sernaker and
Samuel Traurig.
A campaign steering committee
has been named to conduct the
activities of the drive and is
headed by Mr. Markowitz. Oilier
committee members are Ben
Essen. Louis Heiman. Jacob Slur.
Sidney Lefcourt. Bernard Sterl-
ing and Sam J. Spector.
Seymour Simon, chairman of
the Miami "Y" social commit-
tee, announces that one of the
features of the spring dance,
which will be held Sunday.
June 8th, at the Police Benevo-
lent hall, will be a waltz con-
test for married couples, in
which the male partner must
be at least forty years old.
Tickets are SI.50 and are avail-
able from any member of the
social committee or at the "Y"
office.
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Confirmation Class
Largest Graduated Here
The largest confirmation class
in its history, numbering 22. will
be graduated Sunday. May 25, at
the Miami Beach Jewish Commu-
nity Center. The traditional con-
firmation service will commence
at 9 a.m. Led by their class
president, Miss Gloria Goodman,
each of the confirmants will par-
ticipate in the exercises,
The valedictorian address will
he delivered by Miss Cyvie Baer,
the 1947 honor student of the
class, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of the Center,
will deliver the charge to the
confirmants. Harry Sit kin. vice-
president of the Center and chair-
man of the educational committee,
will present Bibles and certifi-
cates to each graduate,
In addition to the Misses Baei
and Goodman, the other mem-
bers of the confirmation class are:
Irene Levitt, Len..... Preedman,
Barbara Vagnila, Gloria VVassermnn,
In.i Raltel M-'iii Rubi nat< Carol
blegler, Helena Krepeck, Man .1 Han-
koff, Svdelle Hunker, farol Jaffe,
Joan Osheroff, Ruth Palk, Gerr.\ lu
Rose, Toby Ooluskln, Nane> Tnrlyn.
Joan Kobrin, Janice Ste-ingold, Ruth
Schaplro ami Eleanor Janowlli
The Sisterhood of the Cent.sr
will tender a confirmation dance
in honor of the graduates at the
Shelborne hotel on May 31 at 8:30
p.m. Mrs. Julius Seligman is
chairman of the dance comi
assisted by Mrs. Al Osheroff.
Nineteen Will Receive
Lear School Sheepskins
The Lear school. 1010 West avo .
Miami Beach, will hold its com-
mencement exercises for the class
of 1947 on Tuesday evening, May
27. at 8 p.m., on the school
grounds, according to Ida R. Lear.
director.
Leslie Balogh Bain, editor and
radio commentator, will be guest
speaker, and the graduates will
present a dramatic adaptation of
Shakespeare's ((notation "All the
World's a Stage," and appropri-
ate songs. Arthur Nemser, class
president, will deliver the salu-
tatory and Steven Salwen will be
valedictorian. Annabelle DuBois,
honor student of the high school
preparatory class, will read ex-
cerpts from the Bible.
College preparatory graduates
are:
Bab. tte Cirlln, Ruth Cohen, Louise
.;., Carol till h, Jo> Morris, Aud-
lev olanoff Arthur Nem*er, Allen
1 I, Marvin Krankel, Paul Orl-
Robcrl Llbman and Stevi n
. school preparatory gradu-
ates are:
v 1,. Dull I lira Karoff,
N'orman I'ollack, Rlcbnrd Rlchter,
II ert Price. Rom In and -
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Sholem Lodge Readying
Giant Carnival Dance
Final plans are being readied
for the B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge carnival dance to be held
Sunday, June 1 at the Frolic
club, MacArthur causeway at
Bayshore court. Al Pallot, gen-
eral chairman of the affair, has
announced that Barry Davis' all-
veteran band will play, games
and entertainment will be fea-
tured and refreshments will be
served by members of the wom-
en's chapter. Marx Feinberg and
Jennie Gordon are co-chairmen
of ticket sales; SarnlT~"
sical program and ,tf 'k "*
Dan Satin is m CJJ*J*
games committee and u J**
Katz. Mrs. Dorothy ArJS Teni
JohnKronenfcid^tn^
pitahty committee. Tick* "
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Proceeds of the affair will k,
uscd to defray expenses
Bnai B'nth district eonvonfa
gjcduled for Juno 7 at jfi
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modern Public Library. These women have
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a branch postoffice.
STREET improvements, modernization of street
lighting and storm sewer additions throughout
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WE ALSO must be on the alert and on guard
against projects that might tend to destroy
property values.
working diligently
_jfl facilities includi
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more playgrounds.
POLICE sub-station is needed in the northern part
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for all oi Miami Beach.
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MAY 23, 1947
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DESIGN FOR SHAVUOTThese illustrations lor Shavuot are
reprinted from a manual entitled "Jewish Designs." pub-
lishtd by the National1 Jewish Welfare Board, containing
illustrations and decorations for all Jewish festivals.
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KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00
One of the Oldest Title Insurance Companies
In the United States
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STATE SOLONS RAISE
ADVERTISING RATES
TALLAHASSEE.The Florida
legislature has increased the
minimum rates for legal adver-
ig f0r thc first time since
1877, to meet rising costs of pub-
lishing.
The new rate law, which took
effect May 12th, increases the
charge for publishing the first
official notice from $1.00 to $1.40
a column inch, and for subse-
quent insertions of the same ad-
vertisement, from 50 to 80 cents a
column inch. No other changes
in the legal rate law were made.
House and Senate Committees
were told that costs of every-
thing going into the printing of
a newspaper have gone up from
50 to 150 per cent since 1940.
Many weeklies were facing the
further fact that newsprint paper
could not be had at any cost last
winter, and only recently have
they been able to reclaim scrap
white paper to ease this situation.
Congress is proposing to increase
second class mailing costs, by
which most newspapers distri-
bute outside their carrier area.
The new rate increase received
the support of more than two-
thirds of both houses of the leg-
islature.
PAGE THIRTEEN
Card Party Slated
By JWV Auxiliary
The ladies' auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans has slated
a card party at the Raleigh hotel
for Tuesday. May 27, at 8:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served by
a committee consisting of Mrs.
Henry Idor, Mrs. Theodore A.
Gulkis. Mrs. Frieda Laiken and
Mrs. Julius Oshlag. Proceeds of
the affair will go for disabled
veterans' activities.
LESAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL HOTEL at 282 N E,
1st St.. Miami. Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hi.. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
HARRY I.ADIN
MEYER LADIN
5 23-30 6 6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAGia PLASTERING CO., at 4 Iti
N. E, Tlih Street, Miami, intend to
register said name with the Cleric of
the Oircult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOE PALAOINO
JOHN GIANQRECO
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorneys for Applicants.
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th ness under the fii-tttlmiH name of
IMPERIAL FRUIT SHIPPERS. 712
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Dade
County, Florida, and intend to register
tho wild fictitious name In tho office
of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. That the per-
sons interested In said business are
as follows:
BENJAMIN .1 MEYERS.
Estate by tho entireties.
SARAH MEYERS,
_ Estate by the entireties.
GEORGE OHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicant.
1/16-23-30 6/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under the fictitious name of
su.viay RESTAURANT, also known
as JERRY'S RESTAURANT, at 266
12th Street, Miami Beach, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ploi Ida
HENRY W. I.AWSON
ANNE C I.AWSON
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Annllcants,
I To."! Congress Rldg.
5/23-30 6/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SMILEY'S BAR, at 446 North Miami
Avenue,- Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the C4erk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HARRY TRACHTMAN
VVASMAN & 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
0 P ST A III S MANUFACTURER'S
OUTLET, Intends to register the said
name with the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
AUSTIN H. BCRKE
VON ZAMFT \- VON /.AMET,
Attorneys for Applicants.
1/16-23-30 6/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name 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 CIRCUIT COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH .ll'IHi'IAl, CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 109098
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SAMUEL BACKER and
ROSA BACKER.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
DAVID SOLO, etc.,
et at.,
Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
TO illi: DEFENDANTS:
DAVID SOLO, 124 S. 13th St., Phlla-
delphla, Pennsylvania;
THOMAS P. BARRETT, (residence
unknown);
TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence
unknown);
PENN REALTY COMPANY, a dis-
solved Florida Corporation, and
MYER HUCHNICK, ALEXANDER
FEIPER and GEORGE RUEBENS,
as surviving Trustees of Penn
Realty Company, u dissolved Flor-
ida Corporation;
And also ALL UNKNOWN SPOUSES
OF BAID ABOVE NAMED DE-
PENDANTS, who may be married:
And also ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVI8EES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, EX-
EC UTO R S, ADMINISTRATORS.
TRUSTEES, "It OTHER CLAIM
ants, claiming by, through, under
or against any of the above named
Defendants who may be dead and
not known to be dead or alive, or
who is or may be dissolved;
And also ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
and CLAIMANTS having or claim-
ing any tight, title or interest In
and to the property involved In this
cause, anil hereinafter more par-
ticularly described as follows; to-
wn:
The West 100 feet of lot 13 111
Block "4B" of LAWRENCE ESTATE
LAND COMPANY'S SUBDIVISION,
according to the plat thereof recorded
In Plat Book 2. at page 61 <>f the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida;
YOU AND BACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Ap-
pearance in tin- above styled cause
before the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida, at the County Court
House in Miami, Dade County. Florida,
on or before the 9th day of June, 1947.
to a Bill of Complaint brought against
you by SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA
BACKER, his wife, for the purpose of
Mulcting and confirming the title to
the above described property In and
to th.> Plaintiffs. SAMUEL BACKER
and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed bv you,
DATED this Bth day Of May", 1947.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade nountv. Florida.
By P. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ,
91S Seybold Building,
Miami 32, Florida.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
.V'9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSELLH HOTEL, at 6.15 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Onuntv. Florida.
HELEN CHAD8KY
PAULINE ASTERN
ALFRED KREISLER.
Attorney 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
MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS ft
MAXWELL WATCH & JEWELRY
REPAIR In Dade County. Florida,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Forida.
BLANCHE TARLO
PHILIP TARLO
MARX FEIN BERG.
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name >f
BON TON SUNDRIES, at 1096 S W.
27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, lnfrd
to register said name with the ci. -k
of the Circuit Court of Dade do ny,
Florida.
WALLACE KIRK
CLAIRE KIRK
Petitioner1-
MYERS, HEIMAN ft 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
THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127
Y E. 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _
ALBERT RACITER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Atternev for AiwIlvBhl.
S/MMI-IO l/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 19051
In Re: Estate of BEITLAH IRWIN,
also known as BEULAH L. IRWIN,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Beulah Irwln. also known
as Beulah L. Irwln, deceased, late of
Dade County. Florida, to the Hon.
W. F. Blanton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same in his office
In the County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from tho date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contnln the legal address of
the claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
tie barred. See Section 120 of the 1P33
Probate Act.
Date: April Sth, AD. 1947.
FINTON D. IRWIN,
As Administrator of the Estate
of Beulah Irwln, also known as
Beulah L. Irwln. deceased.
SILVER, KAPLAN.
DIETS! LASKY.
Attorneys for Administrator.
V9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HERERV GIVEN that
the undersigned. ADOLPH BRAMS.
desiring to engage In business wider
tho fictitious name of KNIGHT'S
PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 S. W
th Street. Miami. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk >f
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ADOT.PH BRAMS
LEO 8HEINER, Esq.,
Attorney for Applicant,
1204-05 Pacific Bldg.,
Miami. Florida.
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho fictitious name of
MIAMI PRINTING ft ADVERTISING,
it 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
bounty, Florida.
LEONA BENNETT
ANTHONY GAITO
WILLIAM L. PALLOT.
Attorney for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag i In
business under the fictitious name >f
SILVER'S MARKET, at 1400 N. W.
Sth Court. Miami. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
tho Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MOE BERKOW1TZ
ARNOLD HURVITZ
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat
the undersigned, desiring to engag.. in
business under the fictitious name of
FOUNTAIN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242
N. E. 79th St, Miami, Fnrldri. Inter I
to register said name with the Clerk
of tho Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVE SATZ
SAMUEL HIRSCH
HENRY A. STEIN
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants
5/9-16-28-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ul it
the undersigned, desiring to engage :n
business under the fictitious name of
ELBA CLUB, at 701 S. Miami Ave..
Miami. Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN
MAX DUNN
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GREAT SOUTHERN SUPPLIERS,
also known as SOUTHERN SUP-
PLIERS, at Dade County. Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida,
H. LEEB.
Bole Ownw,
MARX FEIN BERG.


PAGE FOURTEEN
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
IN THE MAIL
By BORIS SMOLAR
(Copyright, 1947, Jewish Tele-
graph Agency, Inc.)
U. N. TRENDS: How strongly
will the Soviet Government back
its U. N. pledge to support the
partitioning of Palestine into sep-
arate Jewish and Arab states u
that seems the only feasible solu-
tion? This question is now
foremost in the minds of Jewish
Agency leaders Essentially
the USSR is for a bi-national
state But for the transition
period between the termination
of the mandate and the estab-
lishment of independence, which
may last years, Moscow may in-
sist' on an international trustee-
ship with the USSR as one of the
trustees Elated as Jewish
Agency leaders are over Gro-
myko's statement that the Jews
are entitled to a state of then
own, they are nevertheless adopt-
ing a "wait-and see'" policy .
The trend of the work of the in-
quiry commission will soon show
what can be expected at the Sep-
tember session of the General
Assembly Soviet authorities
are, in the meantime, displaying
extreme interest in the Jewisl
reaction to Gromyko's historic
declaration They are care-
fully checking the comments in
the Jewish press and are quietly
canvassing the opinions of Jew-
ish circles Persons in New
York close to Soviet diplomat-
had been predicting for many
months that Gromyko would
comi out in favor of a bi-national
state They indicated that
that was what Moscow meant by
advocating a policy of independ-
ent foi Palestine However,
\ they were taken I y surprise
Gromyko suggested the es-
tablishment of separate Jewish
and Arab states in Palestine as
an alternative to a bi-national
state Whatever the motives
of Gromyko. he certainly caught
Britain flat-footed and beat the
United States to the gun ... It
has bee- an open secret foi some
time that the American govern-
ment was inclined towards parti-
tion, but would not say so until
the September session of the
U. N. Assembly This is one
case where the Jews benefited
from Soviet-American competi-
tion in the field of international
diplomacy ... If both the United
States and the USSR are consist-
ent. Britain may find itself sand-
wiched between the two in theii
support for the partition idea
The British are still sticking to
their Morrison "cantonization"
plan and are opposed to outright
partition .
U. N. SIDELIGHTS: Somebody
in the Jewish Agency slipped
during the United Nations session
. Otherwise Poland would have
been one of the eleven states on
the inquiry commission I'
was Chile that suggested tl at an
Other Slav country be named to
he inquiry commission, in addi-
tion to Czed ..Slovakia With
proper guidance by Jewish Agen-
cy experts. Chile would have
been just as glad to name Poland
instead of Yugoslavia An<1
the naming of Poland would I ave
received the san e approval from
the other U. N. delegations as-the
nomination of Yugoslavia
The differ*.......'ween Yugosla-
via and Poland meant notl ing to
the U. N. Assembly, but for the
Jews it mean.- a greal d< al .
Yugoslavia lias a large Moslem
copulation and Poland has no
Moslems The Yugoslav dele-
gation was quite indifferent, to
the problem of the displaced Jews
when their plight cam< up for
discussion at the U. N. session,
while the Polish delegation was
the first to raise this problem and
insisted on linking it with the
Palestine issue ... Of course,
now it is taken for granted thai
the representative of Yugoslavil
on the inquiry commission will
follow Gromyko's line The
delegate of India, who considers
himself a shrewd diplomat but
who proved himself a "nudnik"
with his long speeches at the
United Nations, threw a cocktail
iarty for the deli gations
True to his assertions that the
Arabs and the Jews are "COU
sin<." he invited both the Jewisl
Agency and the Arab delegation"
to his party IIis favorite "cou-
sin," of course, is the Pah
Arab Competent observers
at the United Nations all
that the Jews owe a vote 6f
thanks to the Arabs for the tact
less mistakes they made "
helped to switch, the sentiments
of most of the deli gates Iron, the
Arab side to the Jewish The
first and most serious blunder
was made by the delegate of the
Palestine Arabs who compared
the Mufti with George Washing-
ton in defending the Mufti's col-
laboration with Hitler The
second blunder was the introduc-
tion by the san e speaker of the
crucifixion issue as an argument
against Jews The third mis-
take was that the Arab delegates
talked altogether too much and
ton lor.c The members of the
U. N. A.-sembly regarded the
Arabs as mall town politicians
who were exagerrating their own
importance .
T rOMPJUY
5 MAJOR RATE
REDUCTIONS SINCE 1934
AVERAGE RATES fOR
HOME ELECTRICITY NOW
LESS THAN HALF WHAT
THEY WERE THEN .
JEWISH COLUMBIANS
About four Zionists attended
the annual dinner of the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism Inc. at
. Robert Riehter Hotel on the
evening of May 8th. 1 was ad-
mitted on my promise of good*
behavior-that ... no questions,
no comments, no disturbance. We
used up lour seats that were
sadly ir need of occupants. Long
rows of empty chairs emphasized
the small attendance The paid
guests, the memrx rship, the
ores* and ladio folk, the musi-
cians, the Zionists, including an
iccasional curious hotel guest.
hardly made the party look morel
I an fifty persons. The scene or,
several (lays earlier came to my
mind: three thousand Zionists
parading on Washington Ave.,
five thousand cheering Jews
rowding the rally at Flamingo
Park.
The dinner was formal and
omewhal chilly. On.' speaker,!
with ai apparent show of good
humour, took note of the Zion-
Ists present. But his assurance
'hat we will not discover any
'Colun bian" plot smacked ob-
viously Of heavy sarcasm. Yet as
: e dull evening went on, it be-
ame more and more apparent
hat the i of. rence to the Colum-
ians was not altogether as ab-
;urd as the speaker smugly in-
ended.
Now what do I mean by that-
Simply this. Suppose (Rev) Ger-
ild K. Smith came to Miami and
land out of a loudspeaker that
IS per cent of the American
tews were disloyal to the United
States. A vicious arch anti-
Semite, everyone would shout, a
oisonous reptile, dripping with
tl e venom of a Goebbels. Yet this
tupid slander was actually made
ind repeated at the dinner by
lews and was applauded by Jc w-
V (I remember, this dinner was
lot confined to the handful of
able Yahoodim and their
pouses. The press and radio were
veil represented. Gentile com-
i entators, columnists, and re-
oorti rs were solemnly told that
nists do not consider the
United States a- their home, that
Zionists have divided loyalties.
I al Zionists are citizens of the
United States and Palestine at
e same time. Now, since a
Zioi is! rally brought out 5.000
tews, and an American Council
'or Judaism Inc. dinner scarcely
Irew 50 people, then the conclu-
sion is inescapable One per cent
it American Jews are loyal, and
9 per cent ale tiaito:- to the
United States. Has any Colum-
bian or Nazi Bundist ever circu-
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Jated more slanderous canard?
But the payoff came when a
rabbi" from a neighboring town
began sermonizing. He did not
touch on the problem of Pales-
tine. After all, such a minor af-
fair was the business of an ordi-
nary statesman or editor, as will
appear by reference to the front
pages or editorial column of any
important newspaper in the land.
No, it was much more important
for this learned theologian to
make a furious onslaught on the
Jews of the Bible. We learned
for the first time what a vicious,
rummy gang of despicable bigots
our ancestors actually were. Look
at David, quoth the rabbi from
the sticks, he was simply a roving
bandit, a murderous robber unfit
to build a home for religion. And
Solomon, a shrewd politician,
who married the daughter of
every king he could lay his hands
on. The Jewish kings were
scoundrels and murderers with
very few exceptions. And what
was it that bedeviled them? "Na-
tionalism!" exclaimed this light
in Israel.
Then followed some original
comments, unknown until this
illuminating sermon. Solomon
chased all the Philistines out of
the Holy Land. The Prophet
Samuel delivered the most tell-
ing indictment of all time against
nationalism. The book Deuteron-
omy, "found" in the Temple by
the crafty priests, was responsible
for the breaking up of the prayer
houses (high places of idolatry)
throughout the land and created,
in Jerusalem, the center for a
narrow, vindicative, sectarian,
nationalistic religion. The He-
brew prophets spent all their
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PAGE FIFTEEN
yjUdckhi. eonjjidential
(Copyright. 1M6, Sevan Art! Feature Syndicate)
By phineas j. biron
HABIMAH REHEARSES "MACBETH"
UN-
AMERICANA
Congressman Karl E. Mundt (R.-S. D.) is a prominent member
[ the House Un-American Committee This committee is sup-
posed to investigate and expose un-Americans ... Yet we ran across
an article in Gerald L. K. Smith's pro-fascist and anti-Semitic hate
sheet, "The Cross and The Flag," bearing the by-line of Karl E.
Mundt. -Yes, the same (R.-S. D.)... "He who is without sin, let
him cast the first stone."...
*
SPORTS NOTES
The National B'nai B'rith Bowling Association is winning new
members and setting up new leagues all over the country ... It
already comprises 1,100 five-man teams Starting next fall the
B'nai B'rith keglers will conduct an intensive fund drive for the
b,nefit of the Damon Runyon Cancer Fund The drive will honor
Max Levine, who was president of the Dayton B'nai B'rith league
until his untimely death several months ago "Rocky" Graziano,
the middleweight contender, and John Garfieldwho dons the pad-
ded mittens in his latest film, "Body and Soul"have become fast
friends The Italian slugger and the Jewish actor both fought
their way up from New York's lower East Side .

BROADWAY GOSSIP
Edward G. Robinson, slated for the lead in Paramount's forth-
| coming "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes," is vieing with Johnny
Garfield for the juicy role of hizzoner Fiorello LaGuardia in a pro-
duction to be titled "The Little Flower" Dinah Shore's radio
show ends for the summer, and we hear, for good, on June 18th .
Charlie Chaplin and Oona are back in Hollywood nowand glad to
leave the limelight, we'll bet Herbert Jacoby, who owns New
York's Blue Angel Cafe, leaves June 10th for a nine-week talent
hunt in Europe After being voted the "world's funniest come-
dian" by British Broadcasting Corporation audiences, Danny Kaye
is canning" a special one-hour show for British listeners Melting
Pot Dept.: Sol Sarnartora, chef at Jimmy Kelly's New York restau-
rant, ha? named one of his specialties "Spaghetti a la Berlin"
after the Irving of the same name .
I DID YOU KNOW?
By this time you surely know that the Hapoel soccer team of
I Palestine beat the American Soccer League All-Stars, 2-0, in the
opener of their good-will tour But did you know that nine of the
Hapoel hooters are veterans of service with the British army in
World War II That the Palestinians have competed in Syria.
Iraq and Egypt, and that Egyptian teams have come to Palestine .
That until recent British restrictions, Hapoel engaged in friendly
competition with many Arab teams in Palestine That the pur-
pose of this tour, besides good-will, is to help raise money for a
20,000-seat stadium in Tel Aviv which is to include a fresh-water
pool .
| ANSWERING THE MAIL
Mr. J. B. of Niantic: Probably the best summary of the differ-
ences between Judaism and Christianity can be found in Dr. Trade
I Weiss-Rosmarin'l tome, published by the Jewish Book Club in 1943
and entitled "Judaism and Christianity: The Differences" ....
Dnwn for TS r-alnilnr Tort by Gbrlll Roainthal
(Released by Ameruan Fund lor Palestinian Institutions)
th. !L!5Lfir? ,iM"'.'",!'',-"*. "Macbeth" will he produced in Hebrew by
...in 1 "h" >erS '",' "'"""; ,;"r,l':n <>ai*' >"""" 'fhriician. i.
act ng u adviaor. eonsuk.nl on the production. He suggested the production
The Li?'1;" W,'n '"VaW "V."' 5'T *** *" uri"B Eu"P< in 1937.
the production [a being directed hy Z. Friedland.
Jewish Radio Shows
Growing Popular Here
Great strides are being made in
the development of radio enter-
tainment for the Jewish popula-
tion of South Florida, according
to indications of developments
during the past few weeks.
Jacob Schachter, who conduct-
ed a Jewish daily program in
New York for 14 years, is now-
directing the production of two
weekly Jewish shows over Sta-
tion WBAY. Coral Gables, and
M. Nasatir, of the Hebrew Actor's
Union, will inaugurate a weekly
Sunday morning show over Sta-
tion WINZ on June 1.
Mail from many listeners in
the Miami area has been received
by Schachter, whose programs go
on the air every Friday and Sun-
day at 11 a.m. His program this
morning will feature Cantor Lei-
bele Waldman, the famed Yiddish
folk singer, Sidar Belarsky, tenor
Jan Bart, and the popular Beigel-
man sisters.
The initial broadcast of Mr.
Nasatir's Sunda> morning pro-
gram will feature a commentary
on contemporary events in Jew-
ish life, as well as traditional
Hebrew and Yiddish melodies
and folk lore.
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ads. 2171 S. W. 22nd terrace, has
been selected to attend an eight-
week course of instruction in the
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vision of famed violist William
Primrose, at McGill University,
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Results of the elections held
by the Emma Lazarus chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, at the Miami
Beach YMHA on Tuesday, May
13, were announced this week by
publicity chairman Dorothy Ra-
der and indicated that the follow-
ing were elected:
Frances Giller, president; Ethel
Pont, first vice-president; Lyn
Warner, second vice-president;
Dorothy Rader, recording secre-
tary; Ruth Katzif, corresponding
secretary; and Harriet Bennett,
treasurer. The new board of di-
rectors will be comprised of
Irene Sklar, Rhea Miller, Lillian
Eisman, Paula Horowitz, Estelle
Weiss, Diana Tucker and Miriam
Goldstein.
The Misses Ethel Pont and
Irene Sklar have been appointed
to make arrangements for an in-
stallation dinner for the chapter.
The dinner r to be held at the
Steak House restaurant, Miami
Beach, at 7:00 p. m. June 4th.
Tickets are $2.50 and will be
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FRIDAY. MAY 23'
CUTING CLOSES
OF BEACH CENTER
Four hundred students and
their parents attended an outing
at Greynolds park Sunday, mark-
ing the close of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center Sun-
day school semester and spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of the
Center. Mrs. George Goldberg,
chairman of the religious school
committee of the Sisterhood, was
in charge of the outing.
Prizes were awarded to the
outstanding children of each
class. These were:
KindergartenR obcrl Franzl.liiu
and .Merrill Trent. Honorable men-
tion to Merle Itit.-x Cohen and Robi rta
Karlfn. First gradeJune Knrber and
Steven Garber. Honorable mention
to Sidney Shapiro. 2-BDonald Klls-
berg and Martin L*ann. Honoi
mention t.. Judith Qannea and Richard
Oritt. Z-AHelena I'egutz and Paul
Jochnau. Honorable mention to Gail
Bapersteln and Michael Salklnd S-A
Beatrice Raphael and Larry Llp-
chlnsky. lloiic.i-.ii>:.- mention i" Nancy
Stein and Maxine Brand. ..-
4-AJudy Phillips and Arlene
Fratizblau. Honorable mention to
Carole Abrama and FYanclne Lee
Hand. <-HStuart Rubin and Philip
Halpern, Honorable mention to Rlch-
ard Ne.-l.it and Matthew Wll
6-ASelma Kagan and I*-.. Morris.
Honorable mention to Harris Hogarth
and Juan Purman. 5-BShlrle) Hill
and David Lehrman Honorable men-
Uon to Myrna Morton and Judith
ll aer. B-AJanice Klein and Edna
Mae Levlne. Honorable mention to
A i.old Rlchman and l.ita Cbrol Gold-
il i in ti-BJoseph Ginsberg and
K --hard lu.se. Honorable mention to
l.<- .aid Tupler and Mark Tanenbaum. i
Tt-i GradeMi Thorpe and sue Gana,
H rtorable mention t.. Marvin Ran-
da.l. Mh GradeMai la Spitser and
i Muravohlck. Honorable men-
I to Diane Krauss. Confirmation
ClassCyvia Baer and Gloria VVasser-
man. Honorable mention t.. Gloria
< dman. High Bohool f..r Jewish
Doria Rosenbaum and Eva-
lyn Segal. Honorable mention to
I : 'idler.
Prizes awarded in the Hebrew
school went to:
- : a Richard Horowlti and
-\' ham Klein. Honorable mentk
t-. Bernard Appelbaum. 1-B- R hard
Alt. and i:-: nard Jaffee Honorab
m ion io Leslie Greenfield and Ja. k
M : 1-CLeo Morrli and Edwli
m :::. Honorable mention to s>
1-DMichael Salklnd
k) lb norable mei I
'.:.t i.. v.y, Rita K .-..
J.. i.- Morganstern. .'-AM arvl n
Schwartsmai
1 ible mi : Ion to Martin .N.
!. WoW 2-B I'..'
Rappaporl I able
Bruce Rogers Claaa ',-
H.n K I Alia i
Zatlln.
- IMelvln K Arnold
iavld
Lt h.nun
A] x Sussman. chairman of the
Su'.day School committee of the
Center, has announced that the
fall term of the school will begin
on September 28.
The Center's nursery school.
ise two teachers are Miss Civie
A>pel and Miss Gertrude Gold-
b( rg. also closed its seme-
Sunday and will reconvene Sep-
tember 28.
Beth Jacob Meeting Set
Jack Satin, president of Beth
i Jacob congregation, has an-
nounced a general meeting of the
membership for Wednesday, May
28. at 8 p.m.. to be held at tin-
synagogue.
OtheY Beth Jacob activities are
a meeting of the Sisterhood, to be
held on Tuesday. May 27, for
board members and officers, at
the home of Mis. Jack Hirsch,
Sisterhood president. 645 Lenox
ave Miami Beach.
The board of education of Beth
Jacob has been called to convene
by Dr. I. Makovsky, chairman, at
the home of Dr. M. J. Safra, Penn
Court apartments, Thursday eve-
ning, May 29.
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