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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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EWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 20-NUMBER 22
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Permanent Successor To Jewish Conference Is
Outlined To Interim Committee By Lipsky
Palestine Inquiry
Begins Sessions
Five hundred delegates from
seven southern states are expect-
ed to attend the 71st annual con-
vention of District Grand Lodge
No. 5, B'nal B'rith, at Miami
Beach, June 7 through 10, an-
nounced E. Albert Pallot and Da-
vid R. Isen, co-chairmen of the
convention committee. Conven-
tion headquarters will be main-
NEW YORK (ITA)An outline of the proposed permanent
.orqanization to succeed the American Jewish conference was nn m.*_i-i !"!...
given here by Louis Lipsky and Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, leaders Z. ~,StriCt ^nventic
[of the conference, who announced that the blueprint has already To Draw 500 Delegat
[been approved by the interim committee of the conference.
The new organization. Dr. Lipsky and Dr. Eisendrath told
the press conference, would include within its scope both
domestic and overseas affairs. It would act as "the unified
voice of American Jewry" vis-a-vis the government and inter-
national organizations and Jewish communities overseas. In
the fields of defending Jewish rights in the U. S. and extending
relief to Jews abroad, it would work through the recognized
Jewish agencies.
Elections for the new bodywhose creation will be decided tained at the St. Moritz hotel and
(upon at the fourth session of the conference, which is to be! delegates and guests will occupy
Iheld in Chicago over Labor day weekendwould be "on the' *e Sands. Poinciana and Royal
Imost democratic basis possible." the conference leaders stressed. Pu'm as w.e" *s the st Mo"tz;
with representation to national organizations and.individual L?^TEL TS,
[communities. The ruling body of the group would be a no- nati0nal director of B'nai B'rith
Itional council of 750, elected on the following basis: 160 to be Hillel Foundations, and Frank
[chosen by recognized national organizations on a basis of. Gervasi, war correspondent and
Iparity; 100 to be elected from New York City, and the remaindei author. The program will include
|to be named by more than 400 communities. i (Continued on Page 5;
1 The text of the plan approved^-
by the interim committee of the
conference was released at the
press conference. J^jfefines the
Jpurpose and scopetR the pro-
jected organization as follows:
"An organization, democratic
| in structure and representative
of the American Jewish com-
I munity. shall be established to
Retire and protect Jewish rights
and to promote the general
I welfare of the Jewish people,
[here and abroad; and to en-
hance the contribution of the
Jewish community to American
[ democracy.
"In the field of international
affairs, the organization shall
lad for American Jewry in all
representations before the
jlnited States government and
(Continued on page 5)
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA).The
confidence of millions of people
in the United Nations will be
"greatly influenced" by the re-
sults of the work of the U. N.
inquiry committee on Palestine,
the members of the eleven-na-
tion commission were told here
by Trygve Lie, U. N. secretary-
general.
The committee started its work
Monday at a public session open-
ed by Mr. Lie, who expressed
the hope that the fact-finding
body will "prepare a way for a
just and workable solution" of
OL COMPLAINT
ES BIGOTRY
N TENNESSEE
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (JTA)
Fe Anti-Defamation League of
"ai B'rith this week placed be-
we the federal attorney here a
^Plaint against J. B. Stoner,
wwious anti-Semite, for circu-
F1Rg from Chattanooga through
r mails a leaflet inciting the
H* of Jews.
Ljie"ndcr F. Miller, southern
Cal director of the Anti-De-
"on League, made the com-
tol^o lhu basis of a leaflet
f" h- unor Ant-Jowish Par-
Hohi. h..lhe leaK"e charged
C 'ctlon 2" of the United
EL.'minal, code relating to
pcat,ons 0f indecent charac-
fimetn s;tatute makes
Pd mat' thr,Ugh the maik
^n1ttinC,tmgt0mUrder
^Zu'd ?e acti(m taken
old p"";D,,fa,nation League,
StaS?^'head f the r-
5 K fe*"1 OivUion. point-
feP bevonn X ** has gone one
Mi-scff, activity of such
Stench tfcas William Hunt
"*n icJ.iJi 'nternationally
" *uPtor, who was cleared
(Co"""i on page 7)
Ben Gurion's Partition Speech
Puzzles Dr. Abba Hillel Silver
NEW YORK (JTA)Puzzled
by reports from Palestine of
David Ben Gurion's advocacy of
the partitioning of Palestine into
a Jewish state and continuation
of the British mandate in the
remainder of the country, Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of
the American branch of the Jew-
ish Agency and head of the
American Z i o nj s t Emergency
council, issued a statement em-
phasizing that the Jewish Agency
"has never approved any such
proposal." The statement reads:
"Numerous inquiries have
reached me concerning press re-
ports of a statement attributed
to David Ben Gurion, chairman
of the executive of the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem, favoring
the establishment of a Jewish
state in those parts of Palestine
that have been settled by Jews
as well as the Negev, and continu-
ation of the mandate in the sec-
tions which Jews have not col-
onized.
"I find it difficult to credit
these reports inasmuch as the
executive of the Jewish Agency
has never approved any such pro-
posal, nor has the executive any
authority to do so. The case of
the Jewish Agency was officially
presented by its representatives.
including Mr. Ben Gurion. at the
recent special session of the
United Nations. There has been
no change in policy since then.
The same case, more fully docu-
mented, will undoubtedly be pre-
sented to the committee of in-
quiry of the United Nations un-
less the general council of the
movement should prescribe a
different course.
"Our movement has taken no
position favoring either partition
or bi-nationalism. If the com-
mittee of inquiry should propose
these or any other solutions, our
movement will have full oppor-
tunity to consider them and de-
termine its attitude. It would be
regrettable to have the situation
made more difficult now by con-
fusing versions of our position.
We stand and will continue to
stand upon the full Zionist pro-
gram as adopted by the Zionist
Congress at Basle, and as sub-
sequently re-affirmed by the ex-
ecutive of the Jewish Agency at
its recent plenary session in
Jerusalem."
JERUSALEM (JTA) David
Ben Gurion, chairman of the
Jewish Agency, this week voiced
opposition to the idea of a col-
lective United Nations trustee^
ship for Palestine. He spoke at
a Labor Youth council meeting
in Alumoth, in the Lower Galilee
district.
Ben Gurion asserted that a col-
lective trusteeship of three or
more powers would be worse
than continuation of a mandate
system administered by one na-
tion. Reiterating his demand for
the creation of a Jewish state in
a part of Palestine, he took a
strong stand against bi-national-
ism, declaring that unrestricted
Jewish immigration and full-
scale development of the country
would not be possible in such a
state. He insisted that without
a Jewish state the Jewish people
could not oven attain spiritual or
cultural independence.
The Jewish Agency executive
has decided to call a full meeting
of the Agency in Jerusalem June
11, it was announced. It is ex-
pected that members of the Lon-
don and Washington divisions of
the Agency will attend.
Ben Gu.'ion demanded the im-
mediate establishment of an in-
dependent Jewish state taking in
those parts of Palestine that have
been settled by Jews, as well as
the Negev, and continuation of
the British mandate in the sec-
(Continued on Page 4)
the Palestine problem "which
will be acceptable to all." He
emphasized that the committee's
freedom of action is "very great"
since its terms of reference are
extremely broad. Its only limi-
tation, he said, is the rigid time
limit set by the general assem-
bly for the completion of the
committee's report.
"As a committee," the secre-
tary-general stated, "you will
inspire the confidence of the
United Nations by studying the
challenging problem of Pales-
tinefraught with so much
emotion and passion, surround-
ed by so many appeals for hu-
manity and for justicein the
characteristic spirit of a special
committee of the United Na-
tions; impartial but not de-
tached; objective but deeply
comprehensive.
Only five of the eleven dele-
gates to the inquiry committee
were in their seats around the
circular table in the social and
economic council chamber when
Mr. Lie spoke. The other seats
were filled by alternates. The
session adjourned exactly four-
teen minutes after its opening.
In the absence of a working
majority, Mr. Lie suggested that
the election of a chairman and
vice chairman be postponed. To
save the day he further suggest-
(Continued on page 4)
Federation Meet Names
Jacob Sher President
Jacob Sher, former secretary of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, was elected president, and
Max Orovitz, retiring head, was
named honorary president, at the
annual meeting of the organiza-
tion held Tues-
day, May 27, at
the Miami Wom-
an's club.
The session,
which heard a
talk by Hurry
Lurie, executive
director of the
National Council
of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare
. *r Funds, as well as
reports reports by Orovitz, Her-
bert Sher and Morris Klass, Mi-
direc-
ami Federation executive
tor, ended in a stormy controver-
sy over some of the proposed
changes in the organizations
tion's constitution.
onS'one WpSSWA* Tuesday, June 3, at 7:30 p.m. at
defeated by the membership, W *- *-! r hotel 129
ZOA District Dinner
Scheduled For Tuesday
The annual dinner of the Mi-
ami Zionist district will be held
recommendation for the estab
lishment of a committee on conv
munity relations. Cause of he
debate was the feeling that the
establishment of such a commit-
^c would place the Federal on
n the role of a functioning
father than a co-ordinating and
planning agency.
In addition to the list puMishcd
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN of
May 23rd. four new names were
SdcdI to the delegates-at-large
*Jr These were Mrs. Harry
Stm. Morris Jacobs, Joseph
Slack and Abe Aronovitz.
the Robert Clay hotel, 129 S. E.
Fourth st., Miami, according to
an announcement by Burnett
Roth, chairman.
Abe Bcrkowitz, district chair-
man of Birmingham, Ala., will be
the guest speaker in a program
which will include talks by Harry
Simonhoff and Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Music and entertainment
will be provided for the pro-
gram.
Tickets are $25 per couple for
the all-kosher dinner.
HOUSE GROUP
APPROVES U. S.
ROLE IN I. R. 0.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
House foreign affairs committee
this week unanimously reported
favorably on a resolution to au-
thorize United States participa-
tion in the International Refugee
Organization.
In a letter to the committee,
Secretary of State George C.
Marshall named Ambassador to
Great Britain Lewis Douglas to
be the United States representa-
tive at the initial session of the
IRO council. The U. S. will also
have two alternates on the coun-
cil and probably representation
on the executive committee of
the council, the committee report
pointed out.
The bill contains the Rever-
comb amendment which was ex-
pressly written into the Senate
bill specifying that participation
in the IRO does not involve any
change in U. S. immigration laws
to admit refugees.
The House bill authorizes the
expenditure of $73,500,000 as the
U. S. share of the IRO budget
This is $1,500,000 below the fig-
ure approved by the Senate but
the report emphasized that the
cut had been made with full
(Continued on Page 4)


PAGE TWO
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Adele Stone To Wed
In Double Ring Rites
Miss Adele Irma Stone, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone,
1884 S. W. 10th St., Miami, will
be married on June 2nd to
George Bernstein, son of Mrs.
Sivie Bernstein, 1211 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach, it was learn
ed here.
The wedding, a double ring
ceremony, will be held at the
Shelborne hotel at 5 p. m., and
will be performed by Rabbi
Simon April.
Miss Velma Abraham, of Sa-
vannah, Georgia; Miss Jear.
Wolfe, of Mississippi; Miss Carol
Kahn, Ellen Stone, and Hope
Ellen Tanenbaum will attend the
bride. Hal Hornstein will be best
man and Elliott Segherman ana
Daniel Goldhagen will act as
ushers. .
The bride-to-be. a graduate ot
Miami Senior high school, at-
tended Louisiana State univer-
sity, where she was president ot
the Panhellenic society and a
member of Lambda. She is now a
senior at the University of M-
ami, where she is a member Ol
Alpha Epsilon Phi and of Quil'
Bernstein is a graduate of the
school of business administration
at the University of Miami and
a member of Phi Epsilon Pi. Ho
served 3 1-2 years with the Navy
during the war in the Mediter-
ranean and North Atlantic.
The couple will honeymoon for
three weeks in Northern Mich-
igan, after which tiny will make
their home in Miami.
A dinner for the 200 guests will
follow the ceremony.
Daughter's Supper Marks
Schulmans' Anniversary
A supper celebrating their 24th
anniversary was given Mr. and
Mrs Hvman Schulman the eve-
ning of May 26 by their daugh-
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Finn, at the tatter's home,
735 11th St.. Miami Beach.
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Nettie Dudick, of Dallas.
Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Fiedler of Philadelphia. Mr:.
Schulman is a member of the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women
and the Hadassah.
The Pioneer Women of
Greater Miami. Club No. 1, will
sponsor its annual boat ride
for the Palestine Emergency
Fund, on Sunday evening,
June 8th. The boat leaves Pier
6. Miami, at 8 p. m. and sub-
scription is $1.25.
Miami Hadassah Chiefs
To Take Office Monday
Installation of the board of the
Miami Group of Hadassah will
be held at a luncheon in the Rob-
ert Clay hotel at 12:30 Monday.
June 2nd, with Mrs. Max Dobrin
conducting the ceremonies.
Jack Burris, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist organiza-
tion, will be invited as guest
speaker, and Jean Bromberg will
render vocal selections. She will
be accompanied by Mrs. Irving
_
MRS. JOSEPH S. CARP
Genet. Mrs. Maurice Grossman
will act as mistress of ceremonies,
and Mrs. Joel Belov will give the
invocation.
Mrs. Jack Fishman is in charge
of reservations, while Mrs. Frank
Kline and Mrs. Morris Wcinherg
will act as hostesses.
Officers to be installed arc
Mesdames Joel Belov. honorary
president; Joseph S. Carp, presi-
dent; David Sernaker, first vice
president; Frank Kline, second
vice president; Hyman C. Moser,
third vice president; Sidney Lef-
court. treasurer; Rae Frome, fi-
nancial secretary; Irving Genet,
recording secretary; and Fred
Ochs, corresponding secretary.
%.
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JAM
TEPs Cocktail Party
The Greater Miami alumni of
Tail Epsilon Phi fraternity will
hold a cocktail party on Sunday.
June 1, from 4 to 6 p.m.. at the
home of Jack Mintzer. 510 Lake-
view dr., Miami Beach, as the
first in a series of summer events
for fraternity alumni, then wives
and guests.
Theodore J. Sakowitz is presi-
dent of the organization and Fred
Miller is chairman of the event
All alumni of Tau Epsilon Phi
and their wives are invited.
Personally Speaking
a Mrc Hnrmcm Lieberman and their son, Donald,
JS-tSiJS^SZm^, SS in Brooklyn. N. Y. Tn.y
will return here in October.

Miss Evelyn Brown, 1030 Fifth St.. Miami Beach will leave
shorfly accompanied by her mother or two months vacataon
The North. While there they will visit relatives in New
York and New Jersey.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Samuel. 639 West ave., Miami Beach left
Tuesday for a .rip to New York where ftej/HBlMI with their
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Allen.

Mrs. David L. Cohen has left Miami for the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild are vacationing in New
York.

Miss Celia Dobrin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin,
of San Marco Island, has left for an extended visit with friends
in Atlanta and Nashville.

Miami Beach council candidate Harold Turk and his wife
are hosts this week to Mrs. Turk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel W. Wohlstadter.

Miss Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Tanen-
baum. 2103 S. W. 11th St., Miami, has been tapped for the Uni-
versity of Miami's chapter of Nu Kappa Tau, national honorary
society, and has received a key to "Who's Who In American
Colleges and Universities." Miss Tanenbaum is dean of Alpha
Epsilon Tau sorority.
Mrs. Gil Balkin and her daughter Joty are visiting her par-
ents in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Balkin, of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, has just returned from a tour through the
Southeastern states and will join his family in Ohio in June.

Miss Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Blumberg. and a senior at Miami Senior High school, has been
named state winner in the Florida journalistic division for her
entry in the 1947 high school editorial writing contest and award-
ed the Quill and Scroll, symbol of the national high school
journalistic honor society.
Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parness, of 3127 N. W. 54th st., will
celebrate their third wedding anniversary on June 4. The
Parnesses have a daughter, Sheila Rae, ten months old.
Mr. Harry Schwartz is recuperating from his recent operation
at Alton Read hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven, 1235 Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, are leaving shortly for Michigan City, Ind., where they
will spend the summer. While in the north they will attend the
marriage of her daughter, Mitzie De Koven, to Jerome Goldman,
in Chicago. The wedding is scheduled for June 29.
Lehnnan WilTp^
At JCRS Installation
The Greater Miami era*.
the Jewish ConZiJ?*M
Society will hold its l,?efc
luncheon on Thursday T^*
at 12:30 p. n, S'^5^
hotel, Miami Beach lb0IM
Rabbi Irving Lehnnan wink
installing officer for the oci
which is under the chain*r
of Mrs. M.UM.vPonehr^
Officers to be installed are U i
han Lev.ne, president; Lfe :
Brown, first vice p,
Goldie Goldstein, second 1 I
president: Muriel Lebow recort-
ing secretary. Blanche Rosenthal,
jitaT'n
MRS. LILL1AS LEVI.VE
financial secretary; Myrtle Poo-1
cher, corresponding secretary; Ida
Gordon, treasurer; Barbara We*|
burg, counsellor, and Jean Din-
nerstein, case chairman.
Rose Levy is honorary presi-l
dent of the organization who*I
board consists of: Miriam Alt-1
shuler, Shirley Twergo, Evelyn
Chasen. Naimi Friedman, Satin I
Fine, Zena Goluskin, Muriel Kap-I
Ian. Rose Levey, Esther Levin.I
Teddy Magrial. Sylvia 0aw,l
Beulah Scroen, Lillian Synder.l
Thelma Sunshine, Florensl
Schwartz. Dorothy Simkin, Shir-
ley Wasserman, Irene Weinbert]
Harriet Weiss and Cele Zissen
Trustees of the JCRS areBettjl
Goldman. Ida Puncher and R|
Scott.
Imported from Holland
IN OUR
FINE FOODS SHOP
Case of 12 jars..........S7.08
Strawberry
Raspberry
Red Current
Plum
Green Gage
We've just received the
first shipment of imported
Jam in five delicious fruits
with 60% sugar content.
Packed in one-pound tins.
Call our Telephone Order
Board (3-1141) and order
yours by the case today!
The supply is limited .
so hurry!
MIAMI STORE. FINK FOODS
SHOP, FIFTH YlJUOR
Charles Serkin To Take
Boston Girl As Bride
Charles Serkin. son of Mr. an.l
Mrs. Ben Serkin. 2ti"(i N. W. 62nd
st., Miami, will take as his bride
Miss Elsie Silver-man, daughtei
of Mrs. J. Silverman <>f Boston,
Massachusetts, on June 8th at
his home, in a ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Serkin, a graduate of Miami
Senior high school, will be at-
tended by his broth' r Isidore,
as best man. He served with the
army in Australia during the
war. spending five years in the
service. He is now affiliated with
the Army surplus disposal in
Miami.
A reception at the Serkin home
for members of the family and
friends will follow the wedding,
after which the couple will leave
for a month's honeymoon in
Mexico. The Serkins will make
their home on Normandy Isle.
CAMPACHVAHGor,roy,
75 miles from N. Y C
21st Yr. Boys-Girls 7.16
In the healthful Shawangunk Mts
All land-water sports, arts, crafts,
nature study, gardening, dramatics,
folk dancing. Jewish cultural activi-
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Competent supervision. Rate i7i
Writ, for booklet. W 5'
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750 1Q00 1250 1500
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Rabbi David Raab, H
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MAY 30, 1947
[FRIDAY.
Music Lovers To Hear
Summer 'Pops' Concerts
Uugic .overs of the Greater
Miami area were heartened this
' k by the announcement of a
" (,s of ten Saturday evening
Inccrt, to be S'ven in Flamingo
Lrk. Miami Beach, by the Uni-
,rrsitv of Miami Concert Orches-
tra beginning June 28th.
QUest conductors will include
u jeste Alloo, conductor of the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra; J. Nin-Culmell, com-
i noser pianist and conductor, who
L chosen by the American Mu-
LicoloRical Society to represent
the modern music of Spanish
America at its first International
Congress held in New York in
1939 Nin-Culmell is professor of
, mu--ic at Williams college, Wil-
ijamstoun. Mass., and conductor
of the Berkshire Community Or-
chestra.
Robert Crawford, a new mem-
ber 0f tie music faculty at thd
University of Miami; and Gerard
Haft, cellist and conductor of the
University of Miami Junior Or-
chestra, v.': (i appeared as soloist
last February with the university
Symphony Orchestra, complete
the conductors' list.
Soloists will be selected from
among local artists.
JJ^i^nbridicn

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FARBER
.1 Parber, '-'<. "Ilorl Tuesday
hi Illness. A retired lumber
nwui. !" ft U> Mliimi Bench in
1191". Surviving are Ills wife, Mrs.
[Chtrlotle l'.ol..r. Ill] Alton rd., and
a brother, Charles, both of Mliimi
I Beach, iii. Jewish People's Fraternal
Uniir. \ '. conducted service*
HTednesd al the Palmer Funeral
,ha;"! Tile body was sent In -\i-w
V.ok for i i lal
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PAGE
Gables Jewish Center
To Hold Picnic Sunday
The Coral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter will hold a picnic in conjunc-
tion with the center's Sunday
school, on Sunday, June 1, 12
noon, at Matheson Hammock
picnic grounds. Games, races
and prizes for all ages will be
featured.
The next meeting of the center
has been scheduled for June 15
at Hillel House, and an interest-
ing program has been planned
for the meeting. Rabbi Michels
and Abe Gannes will speak on
the Hillel program at the Uni-
versity of Miami and on Jewish
education.
The July 6 meeting of the cen-
ter will be highlighted by the ap-
pearance of Coral Gables Mayor
Keith Phillips.
The covered dish dinner on
Sunday, May 25, attracted the
attendance of more than 125.
Entertainment was under the di-
rection of Mrs. A. Edgar Miller.
Posing with his family is Miami Beach council candidate Harold Turk. L. to r., Jonathan, 2;
Mrs. SteUa Turk, holding Robin, 3'i months; Turk, and Cornelia W., 6V2.
Beach Center Auxiliary
Holds Meeting Tuesday
A meeting of the executive
board of the ladies' auxiliary of
the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center was held Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Louis J. Golden. Plans were
made for the forthcoming regu-
lar meeting to be held Tuesday,
June 3, at 8:00 p. m. at the Cen-
ter building. The June meeting
will be the closing meeting for
the fiscal year.
A final drive will be held for
the S. O. S. committee and
members were asked to bring
all discarded clothing which are
in good condition to the meeting
so that shipment can be made to
S. O. S. headquarters.
A summary of plans for the
coming year will be given and
final arrangements made for the
Father's Day program to be held
June 15, which will be the aux-
iliary's concluding affair for the
year.
Additional committee appoint-
ments included Mrs. William
Flacks, chairman of the program
committee; Mrs. Hyman Tollman
and Mrs. Lou Kravitz, visiting
committee.
Others present at the meeting
were Mrs. Harold Singer, Mrs.
Max Kaufman. Mrs. Jacob G.'ld.
Mrs. Isidore Orgel, Mrs. Martin
Wohl, Mrs. Edgar Galvin, Mrs.
Herbert Heiden, Mrs. Fred Mann-
heim, Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, Mrs.
Milton Sachs and Mrs. S. Nimitz.
KFAR HITTIN.On the < v,
f May Day, this collective farm
lear Tiberias celebrated its tentl
nniversary. Kfar Hittin was th(
first settlement in the country ti
ie organized on a new basis of
ollective farming. All property
* held in common and .ill work
s carried out on a collective
usis. hut as distinguished fron
he usual collective settlement
ach family lives in and main-
ains its own individual home
.'here are now 20 settlements ir
he country which have been es-
ablished on this new basis, in-
cluding a number of settlements
bunded by groups of ex-soldiers
Kosher Meat Market
Named In Civil Suit
A bill of complaint, asking that
the Quality Kosher Food Center,
1961 S. W. 8th St., Miami, end
its alleged operators, Adolph
Chiel, Henrietta Chiel and Ar-
thur H. Bressler, be placed in re-
ceivership, was filed this week
in the Dade county circuit court
by Von Zamft and Simon, at-
torneys for Joseph Sherzer, own-
er of the Dade Kosher Market.
159 5th st., Miami.
Sherzer filed the complaint on
the allegation that he had bought
the Dade market from the Chiels
in 1946, with a signed stipulation
by them that they would refrain
from operating a kosher meat
matket in Dade county for two
ind a half years, or until Sher-
zer ceased his operation of the
market Sherzer maintains that
the Chiels violated this agree-
ment in their operation of the
8th street store, and that this
operation had caused him to
suffer a loss of business.
To the votina ritizens ei Mi-
am' Baach: It is vour duty, as
Ameri-an to vote in the
lection for fity councilmen
Hex' Tuesday, June 3.
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Beth David Sisterhood,
PTA Install Officers
The combined installation
luncheon of the Beth David Sis-
terhood and the Beth David PTA,
will be held Wednesday., June
4th, at 12:30, in the Bayview room
of the Alcazar hotel.
Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, as installa-
tion officer, will inaugurate Mrs.
Norman D. Jacobs as president
of the sisterhood, and Mrs. Max
Feldman as president of the PTA
Mrs. Alex Steibel will act as
mi-tress of ceremonies.
NEW YORK (JTA)Immedi-
ate establishment of a Jewish-
Arab independent state in Pales-
tine was urged in a resolution
adopted at a meeting celebrating
he twenty-fifth anniversary of
the Morning Freiheit, which met
n Madison Square Garden.

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WASHINGTON (JTA) The
Daughters of the American Revo-
lution, now holding their 56th
Continental Congress here, adopt-
ed a resolution calling upon Con-
gress to retain the present immi-
gration system adopted in 1924.
An arts and cralli exhibi-
tion, showing the work of
children and adults in classes
conducted during the past year
at the Miami Beach YMWHA,
will open at the Y building, 1
Lincoln Road, this Sunday.
June 1st. and will continue
until the 8ih. The exhibit is
free to the public and features
interesting and decorative ar-
ticles in wood, metal, leather
and raffia.
ELECT
Margie Liberman
Your City Councilman
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 assist-
ance to the group of splendid women who have
battled so valiantly and successfully for a fine
modern Public Library. These women have
accumulated some $30,000 for the addition of a
new wing to the Library. It is 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
fighting 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.
OUR CITY COUNCIL Is working diligently on
improving our recreational facilities, including
a new baseball park, a football stadium and
more playgrounds.
POLICE sub-station is needed in the northern part
of the city as well as greater police protection
for all of Miami Beach.
STILL WE have much to do. We must keep
everlastingly on the job. We must look ahead."
LET'S KEEP MARCIE LIBERMAN
IN CITY COUNCIL
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pjewisil fhridlton
Editorial
CALL TO THE FOUTH SESSION
All delegates of the American Jewish Conference will receive
the call to the fourth session this week. Recapitulating the
march of events since the issuance of the historic call for the
first session, and declaring that "we have not yet passed the
time of crisis," the call to the fourth session points out that the
American Jewish Conference has made history m American
Jewish life during the course of its existence.
"The most significant contribution of the American Jewish
Conference," declares the call, "is the lesson and the experience
in unity which it has brought to American Jewry. It Bin
pursuance of this policy to unify Jewish action, than a plan for
the establishment of a permanent, representative Jewish body
to speak for all of American Jewry will be presented to the
fourth session for consideration and action.
The plan contains the essential ingredients for the long-
sought over-all representative organization. It includes the
American scene as well ere activities in behalf of overseas Jews.
But what is no less important, it provides "for amendments to
the constitution of the permanent body, to meet the expanding
needs and changing dynamics of Jewish life in the U. S.
The fourth session which technically concludes the work
initiated in 1943. will become a milestone and open new hori-
zons in organized Jewish life. It will signify the end of a
period of emergency and a beginning of a new chapter of
permanency. The responsibility of the delegates and affiliated
organizations is great, and the three months before the fourth
session must be utilized for study of the plan so that when the
delegates meet, they will be in a position to improve the outline
for an organized American Jewry. Only by disseminating com-
plete and full information on the past achievements and accom-
plishments of the conference will it be possible to visualiae the
opportunities for unity and coordination which lie within our
grasp and realize the creation of a central body which will
speak with one voice and which will supervise and direct
organized Jewish life in this country.
We strongly urge the reorganization of the local setup that
originally selected delegates to represent us at previous ses-
sions of the conference. We urge a new election, fairly and
equitably arranged. By thus doing, the entire community will
join in this selection and will have confidence in and lend
support to the proposed plan for the American Jewish Con-
ference.
Neumann Will Run
For ZOA Presidency
NEW YORK (JTA)An an-
nouncement that Dr. Emanuel
Neumann will run for the
presidency of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, coupled
with an appeal for his elec-
tion, was made here by Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, present
ZOA president, addressing a
meeting of Zionist district lead-
ers at the Park Central hotel.
Dr. Silver and Dr. Neumann
gave the meeting a political
analysis of the proceedings of
the U. N. special session on
Palestine and indicated the
line which will be followed be-
fore the inquiry commission
which has been appointed.
Daniel Frisch. chairman of the
ZOA administrative committee,
presided.
ANOTHER TRY
The attempts through the years to establish kashrus in its
true sense has met with very little success. Of recent years
community support has somewhat encouraged the rabbis and
those in the forefront ki this effort to continue the kashrus
struggle. Even this overall cooperation has become submerged
in personalities.
Miami with its tremendously large Jewish population cannot
point to a single kosher restaurant for the use of its residents
and visitors. Miami Beach fares a little better during the sea-
sonal influx. During the summer months it is practically on a
par with the city. Jewish organizations, oftimes criticized for
holding non-kosher affairs, have felt blameless. Lack of ade-
quate facilities, they state, have hampered their normal activi-
ties, much less trying to include the dietary angle.
A new attempt to serve these needs is being nurtured by
local rabbis. Kosher catering facilities at the Robert Clay
hotel are available. Several of the organisations have already
availed themselves of this opportunity to conduct their activi-
ties in a fitting environment. How long these facilities will
remain in existence depends solely on the support given the
venture. Minor inconveniences must be overlooked to maintain
a phase of Jewish life that is basic.
1,450 More Refugees Are
Jailed In Cyprus Camp
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
more than 1.450 visaless Jewish
refugees from the blockade run-
ner Mordei Hagetaot (Ghetto
Fighters) who were deported to
Cyprus during the week-end, ar-
rived safely in Famagusta. ac-
cord ing to a report from the is-
land received here. They were
immediately transferred to the
Caraolos camps.
An official communique de-
scribed the transshipment in
Haifa harbor as having taken
plan' without serious incident
But it stated that troops were
forced to fire a volley of shots
into the air and to use water
hoses on the immigrants who, it
asserted, attempted to beat
down barbed wire barriers in
(he hold of the deportation
ferry.
A number of Jews suffered
"minor abrasions," according to
the government announcement.
BEN GURION'S TALK
PUZZLES DR. SILVER
(Continued from page 1)
inns which Jews have not col-
onized.
Ben Gurion's proposal, which
is a departure from the plans
broached heretofore by Zionist
leaders, was outlined to the Asse-
fath Hanivcharim (Jewish Na-
tional assembly), which met here
to consider recent political de-
velopments. Reviewing the U.N.
sessions on Palestine, the Agency
chairman expressed satisfaction
that the general assembly had re-
pulsed "the anti-Zionist on-
slaught." and had high praise for
Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko.
"who arrived at the conclusion
that there is a necessity for a
Jewish state." Ben Gurion cau-
tioned against over-optimism,
pointing out that Britain has not
promised *to implement the rec-
ommendations of the U.N.
HACKING AWAY
House Group Approves
U.S. Participation in 1RO
(Continued from Page 1)
state department approval. Of the
figure set. it is estimated that
S2.300.000 will be used in 1RO
resettlement work and the bal-
ance for operating expenses and
for U. S. representation in the
organization.
E-tablishment by the Interna-
tiona] Refugee Organization of a
C< ntral tracing bureau, charged
with seeking the hundreds of
thousands of displaced persons
and refugees who have disap-
peared, has been given first pri-
ority by the IRO preparatory
commission, which concluded its
second session last week.
Arthur J. Altmeyer, executive
secretary of the commission, was
directed to take steps to set up
the bureau as soon as possible
and to confer with the Interna-
tional Red Cross and govern-
mental authorities for co-opera-
tion. All governments concerned
will be asked to submit lists of
names, with particulars, of per-
sons to be traced, and countries
when tracing operations are to
be carried out will be called on
to co-operate. Zonal tracing serv-
ices now operating in Germany
and Austria will be maintained.
Palestine Inquiry
Begins Sessions In N. Y.
(Continued from Page 1)
ed that the committee retire to
the privacy of a closed confer-
ence room "to exchange views on
technical arrangements only."
When John D. L. Hood, Aus-
tralian representative, asked if
there was an approximate date
when the others might arrive,
the secretary-general replied that
this was one of the objects of
the closed meeting"to find out
why the others had not arrived."
The delay was embarrassing
both to the members of the com-
mittee who were present and to
Mr. Lie. The latter- told the com-
mittee that it had only 14 weeks
within which to carry out its
"complicated tasks." The full
text of Lie's address reads:
"I am glad to welcome you at
the headquarters of the United
Nations where you have now as-
sembled to make preparations
and plans for the important in-
quiry which has been entrusted
to you. The resolution adopted
by the general assembly of the
United Nations is couched in
very broad terms. You have the
widest powers to ascertain and
record facts, and to investigate
all questions and issues relevant
to the problem of Palestine. You
will conduct investigations in
Palestine and wherever you may
deem useful. You may receive
and examine testimony from the
mandatory power, from the rep-
resentatives of the population of
Palestine, from governments and
from such organizations and in-
dividuals as you may consider
necessary.
"Your freedom of action is ac-
cordingly very great. There is,
however, one limit to it, and an
important one; the limit set by
the general assembly for the
completion of your report. You
have been asked to communicate
the report not later than Sep-
tember 1 because your findings
and such proposals as you may
consider appropriate to submit
must be received in time to be
considered by the general assem-
bly at its next regular session."
"In view of the rigid time
limit, you are confronted with
a very heavy program of work
during the next fourteen weeks;
a very short period for a compli-
cated task. You will need to de-
cide carefully on the most ef-
fective means of discharging your
mandate. I can assure you that I
and the staff at my command in
the secretariat of the United Na-
tions will furnish you with all
the aid which we have been re-
quested by the general assembly
to give.
"I wish to thank you for your
willingness to serve on this vital
committee. You have come from
different parts of the world and
you enjoy the confidence of your
respective governments. You are
aware that you form a special
committee of the United Nations
which represents the hope and
faith of millions of people. Their
confidence in the ability of the
United Nations to fulfill its mo-
mentous mission will be greatly
influenced by the results of your
work. As a committee, you will
also inspire the confidence of the
United Nations by studying the
challenging problem of Palestine
fraught with so much emotion
and passion, surrounded by so
many appeals for humanity and
for justicein the characteristic
spirit of a special committee of
the United Nations: impartial
but not detached, objective but
deeply comprehensive.
"While it is for the general as-
sembly to make recommenda-
tions, there is no doubt that your
findings as regards facts and
your proposals will greatly as-
sist the general assembly in dis-
charging its responsibilities. The
wide publicity which your report
will receive will help towards a
better understanding in all coun-
tries and among all peoples of
the relevant questions and issues
and, I sincerely hope, prepare the
way for a just and workable so-
lution which will be acceptable
to all."
Following the conclusion of
the closed session, it became ap-
parent that the sense of the meet-
ing was that the com
next stop would V77^
- was no di^Jj
possibihfes of viriting VJ
camps in Europe Mr ?* DP
vealed that he hiri r. *
Plane transpoV,^ *7>
estine on June 6 and t^
that a smaller 10-sca?r10' *
ta being held for i!2.fcS
ture. ,,e i "spat-
It was revealed that four .
munications had been rm-
from Jewish org^C*
an individual, requesting,. "4
ings. They are the Am,""
Jewish committee the AnT*
Jewish conferenc?*^
League for Peace and jSfc*
Palestine and a letter frrT
individualwhosoi';:;
d.sclosed. No final decision
taken on these communication
nor on a request of the Jewish
Agency that it be permitted*
appoint a liaison officer to th,
committee.
Some of the members of th.
inquiry body believe that it
Vlt?u ihat.Contact be maintained
with the Agency. Other members
were dubious concerning the
rights and privileges of such an
officer.
Prior to the committee's open
session, various delegates wcr
conducting discussions on its
methods of procedure and on in
itinerary. It is fairly certain that
the body will hold hearings in the
DP camps of Europe, despite
Arab threats of boycott if the
commission links the refugee
problem with that of Palestine's
future.
En route to Palestine, the com-
mission will pass through Ge-
neva on June 6. to pick up some
members of its staff, it was learn-
ed. It is possible that it may also
choose Geneva us the place in
which to draft its report follow-
ing its return from Palestine.
A cable from Jerusalem re-
ports that Sir Henry L. Gr-
ney, chief secretary of the Pal-
estine government, and LI.
Gen. Gordon H. A. MacMillan,
British military commander
there, will be the principal wit-
nesses to testify before the
U. If. inquiry commission, at a
secret session.
The government is making
arrangements to accommodate
the fact-finders either at the
YMCA or the Victoria Augusta
Hospice, on Mt. Scopus, which
is presently serving as the 16th
Military hospital. The authori-
ties will make a fleet of 23
large and three small can
available to the commission.
German Youths Get Visas
As DP Students Wait
MUNICH (JTA) While
displaced Jewish youths have
been waiting for visas to enter
the United States to attend col-
lege, it was learned here that a
group of German students are
preparing to leave for Amenca
on an exchange scholarship basis.
The Jewish students, who are
recipients of Hillel scholarships-
are referred to "Washington
whenever they apply to 1"X
consulates for action on their vw
applications. Meanwhile, it
been learned that some 600 Jew
are attending various German
colleges and universities.
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MAY 30, 1947
FRIDAY,
(Jnttoue Fund Drive
Beth David Is Urged
Thp drive for $525,000 being
nducted by the Beth David
rtnerefiation will be carried for-
23 intensively until July 1,
Lording to an announcement by
Hacry Markowitz, campaign
chairman.
UarKowito urged the cam-
naign's volunteer workers to
ntinue their efforts until *he
coal has been reached. He
listed three major reasons for
nushing the drive during the next
six weeks, These were the aeed
for early construction of a new
building to take care of the con-
gregation's growing membership;
for building additional class-
rooms for the congregation's Sun-
dav school and Hebrew school,
and for getting in as many con-
tributions as possible before the
summer "quiet" period sets in.
Several new campaign projects
will be started shortly, he said,
including the sale of $35 junior
gift certificates through members
of the youth and women's divi-
sions, a coral anniversary dinner
and a father-and-child breakfafst
on Sunday. June 15.
Louis Heiman, president of
Beth David, announced that $200,-
000 has been raised thus far.
Markowitz said that a campaign
organization created under the
direction of Milton S. Malakoff.
drive director, consisted of the
following:
Blue Ribbon DivisionHarry Marko-
iu, Jacob 3her, Max Bwarta, Oavld
Hex, Burnell Roth. Moe Pelngolil
ii and Dr. Jack Baltlfii.
Special Assignment DivisionSidney
Letcourl, Herbert Scher, Alexandei
Btiebel, Stanley C. Myers, Louis
/. Aaron Polster and Harry
First DivisionBen Essen, Sinn .1
Ahe Kaplan, B. Siuwman,
v\ i'. in, n, Max Ooldenblank, Ben
Kandel, David Sernaker ami Meyei
Sill".i' 1/
Second Division- Barnard Starling,
Joseph Bennann, Alex Cohen, Frank
Mm ray Cohen, Henrj Bhli i.
Sol Rovin and Ed Safer.
Third Division Jerry Alexander,
Ben MarkowltS, Max Bcnrman, Abe
Kassow, VI nnj Wesson unit Samuel
Arrangements Committee Mrs. Jos,
Bermann, Mrs Bernard Starling and
.- in. j Lefcourt.
Publicity CommitteeMrs. Stanle)
C Myers,
Speakers' Bureau Mrs. Merry rim
don, Mr.-. Harrj Albert, Mrs. Norman
D.Jacobs, Mrs. Frank Hose and Mis.
Alexander Btiebel
Young Peoples' Division .1 o r r y
Rchulman, Prank A. Oreenberc Jimmy
Gordon, Sluarl Lublt, Judy Myers,
Ken Myers, Bstelle Greenbersj, Pred
Bcher, t'hurles Rosenblatt ami I^>l>
Shevln.
Steering CommitteeLoulfl Herman.
Il,n I:-.-ii, Sidney I.cfiourt. Ilarr.v
Its, Stanley C. Myers, Jacob
Slur, s.iiu .1 Spector ami Bernard
St. ....
* kwisti fkrrWar
Palm Beach Temple
Fetes Four Coniirmants
Lois Bell Simon, Sylvia Jean
Kapner, Jackie Schocoff, and
Harris Rosenwald comprised the
class of confirmants who ware
feted in ceremonies at the Palm
Beach Temple Beth-El on Sun-
day, May 25, the first day of
Shevuoth.
Cantor Joseph Schocoff of New
York officiated at the Shevuoth
services of the temple. Cantor
Schocoff, brother of the late Noah
Schocoff. prominent congregation
member, also officiated at Sab-
bath services.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, was a recent guest in
Palm Beach, and spoke before a
local Zionist Organization meet-
ing.
Among the confirmants at Tem-
pi* Israel was Stanton Goldman,
^ of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gold-
man, old-time residents of Palm
Beach.
PAGE FIVE
The first Hebrew Bible under exilii.uely Jewish auspices will be published
under ,., arrsnsemrni betweeni the Hebrew University Press Association
(Jerusalem) and the Jewish Pukliration Society of Amerira.
The Hebrew text, based on the oldeM Masoretic manuscripts, prepared by the
eminent Hebrew scholar. Prof. Untberto GsiSUtO of the Hebrew University,
will be used for the Hebrew edition, and the Jewish Publication Society
translation lor the Hebrew-English edition: J7
The type-setting, using a new Hebrew type face designed by the fjebrew
University I rest Association, will be done in Philadelphia at the Press'o'f the
Jewish Publication Soriety. The Hebrew Bible will be printed in Palestine,
ami the Hebrew-English Bible in Vmerirs,
The photograph shows the signing r.f the rontrart. in the offices ef the
Anierisan Friends of the Hebrew University. 'Sealed from L. lo R.) Mr. A.
Ibn-Sahav, Honorary Manager of the Hebrew University Press Association,
representing l)r Jndah I. Msgnes, President of the Hebrew University; J.
SollS-Coben, Jr President of the Jewish Publication Soriety of America;
'tlnndingl Mr Samuel B Finkel. Director of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University and Mr Maurice Jacobs, Executive Vice-President of the
Jewish Publication Society.
BB District Convention
To Draw 500 Delegates
(Continued from Page 1)
a scries of forums and sympo-
Dab u Papa a <
Born on May 26th, in Chicago
, Lyrng-In hospital, Susan Jo,
slums on youth, community rela-! ,. ... ,
' ., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
tions, veteran service, education
and philanthropic activities.
It is expected that Louis Hei-
man, Miami attorney, first vice
president of the Fifth District,
will succeed Isaac Gradmars as
president.
The Miami Beach Lodge and
Shnlem Lodge of Miami arc con-
vention hosts. Convention com-
mittee members from Dade coun-
ty are: registration, Jerome
Frcchling, Fred Grossberg and
Joel Newman; reception, Milton
A. Friedman. Sidney Lewis, Leo
Chaikin and Jack August; trans-
portation, Sidney Aronovitz. Irv-
ing Saal, Nat Hurewitz and Sol
Goldstrom; special affairs, John
Kronenfeld, Michael M. Isenbeig,
David Emmer and Jack Abbott;
publicity, C. R- Jacobson, Ray
Redman, Harry Schwartz, Ike
Levin; finance, Marx Feinbcrg,
Eli Hurwitz, Alex S. Cohen, Dr.
Maurice Serotta and Sigfried
Geismer; women's convention
committee, Mcsdames Jennie Gor.
don. Tina Katz, Ann Kaufman,
Josic Goldstrom. Beverly Bicker,
Frances Giller, Maxine Reinhard
and S. B. Miller.
Hantman. The father is the son
of Mrs. Stella Hantman, 1260
S. W. 5th st., Miami.
LEGAL NOTICES
Red Mogen David
Sets First-Aid Post
NEW YORK (JTA3A Red
Mogen David first-aid station
will be built in the Negcv to
service the 23 Jewish settlements
already established in the south-
ern desert area of Palestine, it
was learned here, with the an-
nouncement of a gift of two am-
bulances to the medical center
The station will also serve At abb
and Christians in the vietaity.
The ambulances, which arc do
nated by the Jewish Labor Com-
mittee, were formally handed
over to the American division ot (
the Red Mogen David at a public
ceremony.
IN TIIK ('lltniT COflfl' ok' THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, UN CHANQBRV.
No. 108612
MORRIS WE1NUERO.
Plaintiff,
VS.
DOHA WEINBERG,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
T< l: DORA WEINBERG,
ADDRESS INKNi A\ \.
You are hereby notified that en!
action for divorce has been filwi <
against you. Sou ;>ro required to Hie
,i ntrltten Appearance personally or
by attornej with the Clerk or the I
above styled C.....i. said Appsaranee
to bo tiled on June 80th, INT, and,
thereafter to file your written de-
fenses, If any. in default of your wi I
appearing a decree pro oonfesso will
be enten 'I against you.
Dated this 88th day of May, 191..
B. B. LEATHERMAN,
n,,ik of the Circuit Court
By: W, M STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
BURNETT HOT 11,
412 Congress ltldu..
Attorney for Plafntlff.
i/S0 8 8-13-S0-2T
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undcrslRiied, desiring to einsane in
business under the fictitious name or
WORLD WIDE IMPORTING & EX-
I'oltl'I.N"'", CO., at 1..UC N. Miami Aye.,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit curt of Dade County. Florida
MAURICE C. COHEN
Sole Owner.
WILIJAM L. I'ALLOT
Attorney for Applicant
.'./16-23-39 6/1-13
i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
11TH .II'DICIAL CiltCL'IT IN
TOR DADE COUNTY, FLOP
OF THE
IN AND
Kolt DADE CO rLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No. 109494
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
PAULINE GOREN.
Plaintiff.
MORRIS GOREN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
to: MORRIS GOREN.
IX Fort Washington Avonue
Apartment 10-C .._u
\ ,vv Yoik 82, New \orl*
Clerk Of Clrcull Court.
By F. .1. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER.
Solicitor for rialntiff.
i -.ingress Bldg-
Miami. Florida.
S 16-H-I0 /___________________
Jewish Conference
Successor Is Outlined
(Continued from Page 1)
its departments, intergovern-
mental agencies and the United
Nations, and in all public rela-
tions connected therewith. The
rganization shall endeavor to
cooperate with the organized
Jewish communities of ofcher
countries and with such inter-
national Jewish agencies as are
or may be established.
"In all matters affecting the
rights and status of the Jewish
people with regard to Palestine
and its upbuilding, the organi-
sation shall endeavor to coop-
erate with the Jewish Agency
for Palestine and may request
organizations and agencies en-
gaged in activities in this field
in the United States to submit
reports periodically.
"In the defense of Jewish
rights in the United States and
in opposing all anti-democratic
forces and tendencies in Ameri-
can life and in combatting anti-
Semitism in all its forms, the
organization shall act through
recognized Jewish agencies, af-
filiated with the organization,
operating in these fields, with-
out affecting their autonomy,
it being understood that such
agencies shall be invited to re-
port to the organization peri-
odically in order that the or-
ganization may be in a position
to consider their policies and
work, and recommend propos-
als to promote their objectives.
"In the field of overseas re-
lief and rehabilitation, the or-
ganization shall act through
recognized Jewish agencies, af-
filiated with the organization,
operating in these fields, with-
out affecting their autonomy,
it being understood that such
agencies shall be invited to re-
port to the organization peri-
odically in order that the or-
ganization may be in a position
to consider their policies and
work, and recommend propos-
als to promote their objectives."
Chicago City Council
Passes Tolerance Act
CHICAGO (JTA).The Chi-
cago city council has passed an
ordinance forbidding the printing
or posting of racist literature.
The measure provides a maxi-
mum of six months imprisonment
or a fine up to $200 for exposing
an individual or racial or re-
ligious group to hatred or ridicule
"so as to endanger the public
peace." It will not affect news-
papers and bona fide periodicals.
Palestine Arms Raid
Jails 12 Colonists
JERUSALEM (JTA)Twelve
Jews were arrested and detained
at the Latrun camp following the
discovery of a quantity of explo-
sives at the Shouni colnoy, be-
tween Benjamina and Haifa.
The police cordoned off the
area and screened 53 persons in
the Revisionist settlement. They
discovered 72 sticks of gelignite,
seven mines and various other
material used in the manufacture
of bombs and landmines.
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Early Reservations Suggested
June 1st till Oct. 1st
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1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS"
As cm American citizen, it te
your patriotic duty to cast your
ballot Tuesday at Miami Beach.
VOTE FOR
WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE
FOR
CITY COUNCIL
12 Years of Constructive Service as a
Miami Beach City Councilman justifies
another term.
Psld Political Advertisement


-JewlstncrMton
P">AY. lttT
1947
Monday Night Rally Expected To
Climax Miami Beach Council Race
Fourteen aspirants lor the five soats on the Miami Beach city
council are preparing this weekend to wind up a campaign
which has been marked by heated controversy among the
candidates and their immediate followers, and by a remark-
able apathy, in view of charges made, on the part of the general
electorate.
Disclosures of alleged fraudu-
lent registrations, and charges
made by some candidates against
the incumbent administration
have failed, it is generally agreed,
to arouse more than a perfunc-
tory interest in the outcome o!
the elections on Tuesday, June
3rd.
The allegations of fraud, first
disclosed by the accusation o!
City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson, that
one Louis Schwartz, ex-bonds-
man, had paid for fraudulently
obtained registration slips, hav<
thus far failed to load to offi-
cial action, except for an investi
gation by the county solicitor'..
office. Most quarters doubted.
however, that any sensational
developments would take plac-
before polling time.
Meanwhile, a series of rallies,
meetings, parties and testimonial
dinners for the candidates
brought reiterations of their plat-
forms in semi-final attempts to
awaken some interest on the pan
of the voters in the outcome ol
the race.
A rally at which all the can-
didates will speak has been set
for Flamingo Park on election
ere. Monday night. June 2nd.
Here is a brief summary of the
candidates and their platforms
The two receiving the gn
number of votes will serve as
councilmen for four years, while
the remaining three are elected
for two vears each.
ment of municipal zoning laws
and a youth center.
JAMES P. JEFFRES
Also operator of a dress shop
and a native of Baltimore. Jef-
fres has I eer a resident here
since 1988. He was formerly in
the hotel busini ss.
Jefl'res is an Elk and a member
of the Flamingo Democratic club.
The mam plank in his platform
is a i evision of current zoning
regulations.
THERESA KANTER
A graduate of St. Lawrence
university law school and a na-
tive of N' is one of the two women in the
She has been a resident of
the Beach for five years and was
formerly engaged in the real es-
tate bush ess there. Si e is the
wife of Louis A. Kanter and the
mother of a 12-year-old daughter.
Mrs. Kanter is president of the
FDR club, Miami educational
and discussion group. Her plat-
form advocates the establishment
of a mimic [pal health department
and a municipal housing depart-
ment. She is one of three candi-
dates to have received the cn-
ment of the Miami Beach
Veterans' Civic Association.
J. C. KIMBALL
A real estate operator and na-
tive of Syracuse. N. Y., Kimball
has been hire 122 years. He is a
member of St. Patrick's Catholic!
church, the Chamber of Com-
merce, the Humane Society, the
verning hoard of the County
years. He is a real estate devel- f Conservation council, and presi-
oper and operator, and has lived dent of the 41st St. Association,
in the area for 24 years. He is as well as chairman of the Youth
married and has one son. Center house committee.
Burbridge received the ei I Kimball headed the citizens'
ment this week of Baron de Hirsch ommittee whid spearheaded the1
Meyer, at an open-air rally on vi toi the recent bond issue
Monday. Meyer reviewed the llllllci ;i civc auditorium. He;
candidate's record in the council ",('> Police and fi'' boat
The candidate was instrumen- x r> '""' waterfront, pref-
tal in the construction of the new r-r,u--'- veterans in city jobs.
41st st. bridge, the installation i : '/ ;:. '"" ,": "flapping
sewers on Normandy Isle, the
erection of off-the-street parking
facilities, and the construction
a new reservoir. He has sup-
Photographed as he interviewed Miami'* representatives on veterans' affairs (above) is
Harold Turk, recently a delegate to the national convention in Washington of B'nai B'rith,
Left to right. Senator Claude Pepper. Turk. Senator Speesard Holland, and Representative
George Smothers.__________________________________________
WILLIAM BURBRIDGE
Now an incumbent. Burbridgi
has served on the council for 12
departments, and establishment
of a city yacht basin.
DR. MAURICE KLEIN
s- nd candidate endorsed by
ported action to reinstate return- tl i Vet. i in Association
ing servicemen in the city's pen- Klein has been a resident here
sion system and to receive stati f0i i, Hi was twice corn-
authorization for the construction mander of the American Legion
of a hospital, library and audi- post mmander of the
tonum on the municipal golf Greater Miam J. W Vet-
course, ans and chairman of the Ameri-
SAM GOLD committee of the Legi >n
Defeated in the 1945 election. ''"'' ""' Beach Elks.
Gold, a business broker, is found .,."'" ls an Bik- a membei ol
er of the Miami Beach Tenants' B nai P.ntn- YMHA, Civic Lea-
League. He is a native of Balti- gu_ K,ll-"<* of Pvthias, M
more and has lived here five and and v,ce President of the Beth
a half years. Jac '" congregation.
Gold is a member of the Elks. During the w as chief air
the Miami Beach Chamber of i:"(1 Beach, he
Oommerce, Knights of Pythias. waa cited by Washington f
B'nai B'rith and the Anglers' Banizing the best dim-out on the
club. Atlantic coa
Chief plank in his platform i A Pharmacist by profe!
a program of medium-cost nous- Klein's pli
ing for veterans and year-round /'t'u,v- foi Miami Bi ich
residents. In this connection, he rate county and a low-cost vet-
recently called for the establish- erans' housing program,
ment of rent control on Miami *-. .
Beach in the event that OPA n MARCIE LIBERMAN
control is removed tne ">cumbent council-
He also favors a separate coun-!""'".',n "" 1'"' L'berman is vice
ty health department for the P.reM?en "f the Mercantile Na-
Beach; better lighting in residen- "", bank' which n father
tial districts; better police cover- l""n,if'1-
Owens came here from Bruns-
wick, Ga.
He is an Elk, a Knight of Co-
lumbus, a director of the Cath-
olic Welfare Bureau, and past
officer of the Normandy Isle
Property Owners' Association.
He advocates "government run
on a business basis," increased
police and fire protection,. and
reduction of tax millage.
RALPH C. POLE
Pole is another incumbent
councilman. He served as peace
justice from 1932 to 1944, and
municipal court judge before
that.
He has been a resident of Mi-
ami Beach for 23 years and is a
native of Philadelphia. A veteran
of World War I, he formerly
managed the Spanish Village for
the Roney interests.
Pole is an American Legion-
naire, a member of the Miami
Beach Community church and
the Masons.
He believes that the council
"has done a pretty good job," and
is running on his record.
MELVIN J. RICHARD
The stormy petrel of the cam-
paign, Richard is the third endor-
see of the veterans' group. He
also has the endorsement of
John Levi, veteran councilman,
who withdrew from the cam-
paign
Riciiard is an attorney and
served two years ts an associate
municipal judge before resigning
to enter the Navy. He is the only
World War II veteran in the race,
and has been a resident here
since 1925.
Richard is past president and
now director of the Miami Beach
Youth Center, an Elk. a member
of R'nai B'rith, chairman of the
Miami Beach chapter of the
American Veterans Committee, a
member of JWV, Junior Chamber
of Commerce and other organi-
zations.
Richard has called for veterans'
low-cost housing, and "regulation
of gambling to bar racketeers
with criminal records."
LOUIS F. SNEDIGAR
Snedigar is a current council-
man and was four times mayor
of the Beach. He is a native Flo-
ridian and has lived here for 28
years. An attorney and real es-
tate broker, he has two sons.
He is an Elk, member of the
Dade County Bar Association,
and other civic and fraternal
groups. He has no platform other
man past performance.
HAROLD TURK
An attorney, Turk has been a
resident of the Beach for the
past 10 years, coming originally
from New York. He is married
and the father of three children.
He is a member of the Miami
Beach Bar association; the board
of directors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the Method-
ist Expansion and Service Fund,
the YMWHA, the Beach youth
center and president of the met-
ropolitan council of B'nai B'rith.
In addition, he is past president
of B'nai B'rith, an Elk, and a
member of the Chamber of Com-
merce, Temple Beth Sholem, the
ZOA and the Beach Jewish
Community Center.
Turk has received the en-
dorsement of many Miami Beach
civic leaders and of Harry Zuck-
ernick, former candidate. He
was recently a delegate of the
B'nai B'rith seventh district to
the national convention of the
order in Washington.
His platform calls for addi-
tional bathing beaches, parks and
recreational facilities, a separate
county, a health department and
the establishment of a long-ranje
planning commission for the city.
FRANCES O. WARRINER
Mrs. Warriner is a realtor and
has been a resident for 14 years.
She is a native of Houston. Texas.
She is a member of the Miami
and Miami Beach Boards of Real-
tors, both Chambers of Com-
merce, and the League of Women
Voters.
Mrs. Warriner advocates a sep-
arate postoffice for the Beach,
elimination of parking meter op-
eration during the summer, in-
creased playground and recrea-
tional facilities, and a child wel-
fare program.
AUGUST BROS Rn
*^ 13 the BEST?
TJ,
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age; and additional playgrounds,
public beaches, and recreational
areas.
EDWARD HERR
Campaigning on the slogan,
"Don't vote for him. Vote for
Herr!" this candidate has been
owner of a Beach dress shop for
13 years. He is formerly from
Atlantic City and came here in
1934.
An Elk, member of the Beach
Civic League, Chamber of Com-
merce. B'nai B'rith and the busi-
ness division of Red Cross, Herr
is married and has a daughter.
He advocates low-cost housing,
equalization of taxes, the enforce-
Liberman won his p., .
council post in 1943. He advo-
cates the extension of facilities
at the Miami Beach Public Li-
brary, with the allocation of cits
funds for this purpose; a sepa-
aio postoffice for Miami Beach.
street improvements, moderniza-
tion of. street lighting and storm
sewer additions; a police sub-sta-
tion in the North Beach area, and
the extension of recreational fa-
cilities, including a new baseball
park, a football Btadium and more
playgrounds.
EDWARD H. OWENS
A real estate broker and a resi-
dent of the area for 13 years.
Quality 3ood
Product*
FOOD PRODUCTS
Distributed by the
FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc.
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-6141
We are submitting for the FIRST time since we
are in existence a slate that we know
is the best.
Ralph Pole
"Doc" Klein
Marcie Libermaii
Louis F. "Red" nedigar
Harold Turk
May we ask youeach and every voter in
Miami Beach to cast your ballot for them
and we are sure that they will serve
you to the BEST of their ability
VOTE FOR (5)
Thank You All for Your Votes
Sincerely Yours,
The
Flamingo Democratic Club
of Miami Boach. Florida
1516 Washington Avenue
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-Jmlsti Ik*Mian
PAGE SEVEN
01 Scores Bigotry
jn Tennessee Complaint
{Continued from page 1)
criminal complaint last week
'"federal court here.
While the Anti-Defamation
,eague first traced the activities
jDiederich." Forster said "it
Ide no request for criminal ac-
against him since his ac-
[iwere technically within the
.We felt, on the other hand,
hat men like Diederich must be
ocially ostracized in order to
huild a dam against the poison
hich they disseminate. Action
*h as that taken by the Insti-
Jute of Arts and Letters to expel
niederich from its ranks achieves
this result. Stoner, we believe,
however, has violated the law in
his most recent leaflet which he
is circulating through the mails.
"Stoner himself is an erratic
bigot who wields little influence
and has no organization that
might makp his activities dan-
gerous. He even was unacceptable
to the "Ku Klux Klan, which
threw him out. But if such vio-
lations of the law are permitted
to pass unchallenged, they will
open the fl<>o*d gates to similar
abuses by the organized forces of
bigotry that can result in mur-
der and riot.**
In its complaint, the league
points out that in his anti-Semite
leaflet Stoner says that "the Jews
are too evil to be allowed to live"
and urges the enactment of a
law "making it a criminal offense
Columbia University
Gets Spinoza Work
NEW YORK (JTA) The
world's outstanding collection of
Spinoza's works and associated
material, including some 3,000
items, was turned over to Co-
lumbia university this week.
The donors are Dr. Simon L.
Millner, director of the Spinoza
House in the Hague; Mrs. Thom-
as S. Lamont, Corliss Lamont and
Christian A. Zabriskie. The col-
lection was formed by Adolph S.
Oko and Carl Gebharft, both of
whom have since died.
JDC Textile Co-op
Formed By Czech Jews
BRATISLAVA (JTA)A Jew-j
ish co-operative textile factory
established by the Joint Distrl- j
bution committee has been open-1
ed here.
Moses A. Leavitt, executive
vice chairman of the J. D. C, who
is now in Czechoslovakia, at-
tended the opening ceremony.
Local government officials at the
dedication pledged full support to
the Jews' efforts at economic re-
habilitation. Mr. Leavitt also vis-
ited various local Jewish insti-
tutions.
to be a Jew, punishable by
death." The leaflet declares that
'if our great and beloved Amer-
ica is to live, Jewry must die and
the Jewish race must cease to
exist."
Linked arm in arm at the annual installation, dance of Junior Hadassah, held at the Alcazar
hotel on May 10, are, above (1. to r.) Milda Schwartz, Doris Shapiro, Lucille Yagoda, Toby
Coope.\ Beverly Raphael, Natalie Frankel. Eileen Cowen, Arlene Rose, Elarose Rogow and
Doris Albin.
Arabs and Jews Clash
After Haganah Attack
JERUSALEM (JTA) Several\
isolated clashes between Arabs!
and Jews occurred this week in!
what is believed to be retaliation :
for the Haganah attack on Arab
robber bands last week.
A band of Arabs attacked the
Belkind house, named after a
Jewish pioneer, near Zichron
Jacob, but were repulsed by Jew-
isn guards, who are reported to
have inflicted injuries on the at-
tackers. A Jewish labor camp
near Gaza was raided about the
same time and one laborer in-
jured.
VIENNA (JTA) The Aus-
trian government has recuived
indications that it can expect
protests from Bulgaria, Rumania,
Hungary and Yugoslavia as a
result of a statement by Minister
of the Interior Oskar Helmer
that Jews were fleeing those
countries in fear of pogroms.
Helmer's statement was made
in connection with the incident
on the Austrian-Hungarian bor-
der where a group of Jews seek-
ing to reach DP camps in the
western /.ones were shuttled
back and forth across the fron-
tier for four days when Soviet
occupation authorities refused to
allow them to proceed.
Histadrut Decides On
Printers' Organizatjpn
TEL AVIV.The organization
of a National Union of Printing
Workers was decided upon at the
second National Printing Work-
ers' Conference which met here
this week. This step follows the
decision taken at the sixth gen-
eral convention of the Histadrut
to encourage the establishment
of national unions of industrial
and other workers in order to
promote greater independence,
self-reliance and initiative among
Histadrut members in all sectors
of employment.
DADE KOSHER MARKET FILES SUIT FOR INJUNCTION
IN Till' CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AM' FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 109607
BILL FOR INJUNCTION, SPECIFIC
-i. i I iRMA.NCE, ACCOUNTING,
KKCEIVEU, AND OTHEH RELIEF
.lii.-IIHI SIIKRZKK, (1/b/n DADK
KOSHER MARKET,
Plaintiff,
V*.
AIXd.PH CHIEL and ARTHUR H.
BKKSSLER, d/b/a QUALITY
KOSHER FOOD ("ENTER, and
HENRIETTA CHIEL, the wife of
AlNH.PII till I EL,
I T. 11.1.1111 --"
BILL OF COMPLAINT
To i hi: HoXORAMLE .11'DOES
OF THE .\P.oVE-STYLED COURT,
IN CHANCERY SITT1NO:
COMES M>\V the Plaintiff, JOSEPH
BHKKZEK. .1 I. a DADE KOSHER
MARKET b> and throuKh his under-
lined Attorneys, and bring* tola, his
Bill uf Complaint, against the De-
fendant* ADOLPH chiei, and AR-
TIH'U II PRESSLHH. d/b/a QUAL-
ITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER, and
HENRIETTA C1IIEU the wife of
ADOLPH CHI EL, and thereii|H>n com-
phlnlng Bays:
I
Thai Hi.- Plaintiff is a resident of
Dade County, Florida, and la over the
twenty-one years, and that the
Defendant,; are residents of Dade
County, Florida, and are eaoh over
'he age of iw.-nty-one years.
II
That on th- .'Ttb day of Karon,
lM, the I'laintlff, JOSEPH SHER-
ZER, rilfl suit in the Circuit Court
wherein ADOLPH CHIEL and HEN-
RIETTA CHIEL, his wife, and DADE
KOSHER MARKET. INC., a Florida
Corporation, were named as Defend-
M*i and the PlalntKf did in said
eult, petition the Court for a dissolu-
tion '-f partnership, to establish trust,
for specific performance, ami for othet
relief. Thai as a result of the Hill of
'.....I'lalnt filed therein, and sworn
testimony .>f the Plaintiff, a tempo-
|jrj injunction was entered against
he Defendants, That soon thereafter
I'wriiiiii,-. moved that said temporary
injunction be set aside, and a hearing
"' -i l in.-ii,.n was held before the
nonorai I'harlea A. Carroll, one of
during the negotiations of the sale
of DADE KOSHER MARKET and was
a condition precedent to the final pur-
chase of said market b) the Plaintiff,
JOSEPH SHERZER, That the sale
was consummated on the 1st i
April, 1946.
Ill
That for some time aftei the afore-
said sale, Defendants AlsiLI'll CHIEL
and HENRIETTA CHIEL, his wife,
abided by tbeii Agreement. However.
It has now come to your Plaintiff's
knowledge that they have violated
said Anne.....hi. and that thej have
no intention of keeping said Agree-
ment In the future despite the fact
that vour Plaintiff is still the ownei
of the DADE KOSHER MARKET and
Is encaged In the retail kosher meat
business, and the Defendants know
that by violating the agreement be-
tween ADOLPH CHIEL and HENRI-
ETTA CHIEL, and the Plaintiff, thai
they are causing the Plaintiff greal
losses and severe damage
IV
That the kosher meat business In
the City of .Miami is a limited field of
opportunity In that all parties engaged
therein are restricted to a small mini
her of people as potential customers.
for definitely only those people ol the
Orthodox Jewish Religion are custom-
ers of people engaged In 'he retail
kosher meat business. That there an
few kosher retail meat markets in the
v of Miami: that the total of same
lass than ten, and thai an addltiot
of another market causes great harm
and losses to the existing nrarkri-
froni the time said new market begin*
operation. That good portion of the
business of the retail kosher market"
is done by the customers Phoning In
their orders ami the market then
filling said order* That said rus
generally 'phone
City
f.nl.
the I'll
Judicla
''in Judges of the Eleventh
Circuit. That during said
fendants offered to sell the
Phlntlfl ill their right, title and lu-
'liat certain market known
<' the HADE KOSHER MARKET,
i' "it which the controversy ranged,
' after much dealing back ami
'tin, ii h is agreed that Defendant*
""" i sell their right, title and interest
'" DADE KOSHER market *
" Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHERZER, and
'hat upon the consummation of said
' JOSEPH SHERZER'S suit
's'u-t Muti.en CHIEI, and HENRI-
ETTA CHIEL, his wife, ami DADE
KOSHER MARKET. INC.. a Florida
''- atloi would be dismissed. That
'" Parties arranged a price for the
"aintlff, JOSEPH SHERZER. to pay
">e Defendants. During the arrange-
ment ,,f ||. s.lk, &H a eondui,,,, prece-
ieui t., the consummation cf said sale.
" Defendant's desire to enter the
"er in,-at business In Miami was
"'I. oid It was agreed as a eon-
"ii'.n precedent t the sale, that the
''leiiilants sign an Agreement wheie-
' |'> would refrain from entering
i the ivtati kosher meat business
the CltV UmlU of Miami.
either In Person, or as a
^y^Tma,kei--,r.nk,cber,.,;,,he>
know of long standing That ADOLPH
CHIEI- has been engaged ill tin- < tan
kosher meat business in the! Ky '
Miami for approximately su yean
the date with Ins agreen > '
Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHER.
luring that time In built u
mmonls known as goodW
,f customers who purchased
as well ae others who
direct to the store known ai
Florida, to purchase retail Kosne
meats. That all this was take Int.
consideration b) the ''"'"";'' ','
time they made their ment f"
the Plaintiff. JOSEPH S 1MI- ..
buy all the right, Wle and Interest rt
the Defendants, ADOLPH CHIEL ay
HENRIETTA CHIEL. and the DAUB
SSnWVeKheM
prior to
with the
ZElt. and
what is ol
following '
by telephone,
was reduced t<
the parties,
m
I
a copy
,f said Agree
.lentified as Plaintiffs Exhibit A.
V
tune now youi
thai hi- buslnese
.....I i- al a loss as
sam. That ap
member
lion
engaged
"">' manner
fill the
person, or as
stockholder of any corpora-
ln such business, or In
whatsoever, and It was
'sie.-il that the Agreement be
'"ml Letw.en the parties and In
,' 'Veni that JOSEPH SHERZER
Would sell (he business of the DADE
mem : MARKET, that the Agree-
T'*" Would become null and void.
'- Agreement was made by the
wiies by and with advice of counsel
That for some ti.....
tloner has noticed
has I.....n falling oil
to the cause "f the
proxlmatcly four month
parties approached
and offered to purchase
market, and was J"'1," I',;;,'',,;.,. ,,!,
,i Mill
IVtltloliel
his market
, FIFTEEN
they
ul.I
Plaintiffs
EXHIBIT "A"
It is hereby agreed by and
between Adolph Chiel, Hen-
rietta Chiel, and Dade Kosher
Market, Inc., parties of the
Jirst part, and Joseph Sherzer,
party of the second part, that
af a part of the consideration
of the sale of Dade Kosher
Moxket, by Dade Kosher
Markel, Inc. to Joseph Sher-
iei\ the parties of the first
par;, jointly and severally
agree that for the term of two
and one-half years from and
after April 1, 1946, neither
Adolph Chiel, Henrietta
Chiel, or Dade Kosher Mar-
kei. Inc., a Florida Corpora-
tion will engage in the retail
kosher meat business within
the limits of the City of Mi-
ami, Florida, either in person
or as a member or stock-
holder of any corporation en-
gaged in such business, or in
any manner whatsoever.
This agreement is personal
between the parties hereto,
and in the event Joseph Sher-
zer sells the business at any
time, this agreement be-
comes null and void.
(Signed)
ADOLPH CHIEL
(Signed) ._,
HENRIETTA CHIEL
DADE KOSHER MARKET,
INC., a Florida corpora-
tion
By: ADOLPH CHIEL,
* President.
lSl9"jOSEPH SHERZER
SnStn^
HB
openlUK. << K SVADOLPH CHIEL,
^'mi^'A'cl^l. and Ainm K
II BRESSLER, but presumes thai the
saiil ARTHUR H. BRESSLER knew
f Bald agreement because the said
ARTHUR II BRESSLER knew thai
vour Petitioner bail filed a forinei
mil against ADOLPH CHIEL ami
HENRIETTA CHIEL and of the out-
come or the same. Petitioner now
finds thai on or about the nth da> ol
December, 1946, s.ii.l Al H.I'll CHIEL
ind ARTHUR H. BRESSLER, regis-
tered with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, their ownership nf the busi-
ness known as the QUALITY KOSHER
FOOD CENTER located al 1961 8. W,
.Hi Street, Miami, Florida, and thai
their s tat emeu I to the clerk said thai
the said business was owned equallj
between ARTHUR H. BRESSLER ami
VDOLPH CHIEL, That on or abi il
he nth da] < THUR II BRESSLER and ADOLPH
CHIEL.....i the QUALITY KOSHER
FOOD CENTER, obtained various
sundry and necessary city licenses to
leal in kosher meat for said Ini-i
liesS known as the Q 1" A I. I T Y
KOSHER FOOD CENTER. Further.
...ir Petitioner says that he know*
ih.it ADOLPH CHIEL has I.....it work-
ing in the koshet food departmenl of
.aid markel for at least the past two
to three months, and that the said
HENRIETTA CHIEL has I.....n the
ashbr for said market, and Ii
handling and is accepting moneys
n an k n h customers who have pur-
based kosher meat- from said mar-
ket, for a period of at least the past
two to three months.
VII
Thai meat barm has been riot i
cur Petitioner by ADoi.pil PHIEI.
Liid HENRIETTA CHIEL. by the
violation by ADOLPH CHIEL and
HENRIETTA CHIEL of theli Agree-
ment with the Petitioner thai thej
would ii"i cnier the retail koshei meat
business In the City or Miami for a
period of two and mi.'-halt' (2! il years
commencing on April 1st. 1946,
WHEREFORE, your Petitioner, the
Plaintiff, prays as follows:
i o That the Defendants, and each
,f them, I"' required to answer the
allegations of the Bill of Complaint,
but not under oath, answer under
,,,th being heaehj expressl> waived.
id Tnat an accounting maj be had
and taken "f all and singular nf all
the dealings and transactions that the
Defendants have engaged in in the
retail koshei meal buslnest si..... h
,!. ai thej signed the Agjeemeiii
heretofore identified as Plaintiti B Ex-
'nl.it "A" and the time of the al......nt
men! of a receiver as hereinafter
. eyed, or otherwise, aii aecoiintlng of
the moneys received and paid by the
Uefendants, profits earned by BBI'I
Defendants due to the violation of
heir Agreement with the Plaintiff.
and that said Defendants may be
directed to pay to the Plaintiff, what.
If anything, shall upon su. h Account-
ing appear to be due him, Plaintiff
being willing and ready and hereby
offering to pay to the said Defendants,
what, if anything, shall appear to be
due them from the Plaintiff ill .ounce
tioti with said accounting.
ce) Thai some proper person maj
b appointed tO receive and colled
tin. moneys which may be coming to
,l. Predll of ADOLPH CHIEL and
QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER,
hi.I all moneys now In the hands of
i, Defendants belonging to said
business, and all momws that De-
fendants may have deposited, secreted
J Kf || r R II BRESSLER. d/b/a
or misplaced, thai have oome Into (he
hands Of the Defendants because of
their operation of the business know.
I QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CEN-
Tl-'l: and likewise that such reccivci
,My be authorised, empowered and
directed to assume the management
and control of said business, the
QUALITY. KOSHER FOOD CEN I EH
r.,r the purpose of directing, manag
ing controlling, and conducting the
same during the pendency of this suit,
and to receive, hold and gdmlnUtet
the asset- thereof under the orders
and directions of this Court.
till That the Defendants, AlH'lLPH
CHIEL, HENRIETTA CHIEL, and
ARTHUR II. BRESSLER, be restrain-
ed by an order and injunction of this
Coui'l from continuing the operation
of thai business known as the QUAL-
ITY KnSIIHIt KooD CENTER, and
from in any way Interfering or at-
tempting to procure business from the
retail kosher food business operated
lc. your Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHERZER,
until the relative rights and interests
Of the Plaintiff and Defendants may
l.c settled and determined.
i.-I That the Defendants may be
required by way of discovery, to set
forth a list, or schedule, describing
every book, account, letter, paper or
writ ing, relating to the matters afore-
said, or to any matters appertaining
to the retail kosher meat business
conducted by the Defendants at the
market commonly known as the
QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER.
if) That upon the final hearing of
tins ..ins... the Court will find that
the Defendants have violated the
Agreement entered Into between them
ami the Plaintiff. JOSEPH SHERZER.
wherein the Defendants, adolph
CHIEL and HENRIETTA CHIEL,
agreed not to enter into the kosher
meat l.tisiness ill the City of Miami,
Florida, for a period of two and one-
half c!';) years from the 1st day of
April. 1H46. and that the Court win
permanently enjoin the Defendants
from continuing the violation of said
Agreement.
(g) That this Court will, upon final
hearing, enter an orde*' to direct the
said Defendants to pay unto the Plain-
tltf, such sums of money as to the
Court shall seem meet and proper as
damages in this cause.
(h) That the Court will, upon final
hearing of this cause, enter an order
directing the Defendants to comply
With thai certain Agreement entered
Into between them ami the Plaintiff
wherein they agreed not to go Into
the meat business in the City of Mi-
ami lor a period of two and one-half
{! (il That upon final hearing of this
cause, the Court will enter an order
directing the Defendants to pay unto
the Plaintiff, as this Court shall deem
appropriate for expenses and attor-
ii.-v's fees, ami in.urt costs Incurred by
the Plaintiff by bis necessity of filing
this suit, said necessity being occa-
sioned by the direct acts of the De-
fendants.
tjl That the Plaintiff further prays
that he may have such other relief
in the premises as may seem equit-
able.
JOSEPH SHERZER,
Plaintiff.
VON /amFT A si.mo.n,
B) : Martin I). Von Zamft,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
STATE OF FLORIDA
county of dade
b:
Personall} appeared before me
JOSEPH SHERZER, who being first
duly sworn according to law, deposes
ami says that he Is the Plaintiff In
the foregoing Hill of Complaint, and
thai the statements and alleganoiis
therein contained are true and correct.
JOSEPH SHERZER.
Sworn to and subscribed before me.
this 87Ml dav of May. 1947. A.D.
SYLVIA SEOAL,
Notary Public, State of Florida.
Mv Commission Expires:
May 7, 1951.
VON ZAMKT & SIMON,
::i W. Flagler St.
Miami, Florida.
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Your Friends
URGE YOU TO ELECT
HAROLD
TURK
Your Candidate
for City Council
JUNE 3rd
PULL .LEVER 13
First For TURK
All of These plus Thousands More With
YOUR VOTE Will Elect HAROLD TURK
R. C. Lohmeyer
Alfred Lesser
Calhoun Saul
Thomas O'H. DuPree
Dr. Maurice Rose
Tillman Maxwell
Walter C. Kovner
lack Burris
Harold Zinn
Lawrence Hoffman
Alfred Stone
Joseph M. Rose
Max Friedson
"Mike" Robbins
Mrs. Irving Cypen
Mrs. Minnie E. Goldman
Mrs. Salina Adler
Mrs. Jean Raab
Mrs. Benjamin Appel
Mrs. Rose Solinsky
Mrs. Fay Simms
James Townley
E. N. Henry
N. Ginsberg
Dr. Dennis P. Quittner
Henry Allendorf
Fred Quittner
Irving Blasberg
Mrs. Ruth Goodman
Mrs. I. H. Goldman
Mrs. Ruth Wieeen
Mrs. Kay L. Priel
Mrs. Annetta Tishman
Sam Solovey
Joseph Oritt
Phil Romer
Sidney Margolis
Benjamin Appel
Max Shiek
Robert Black
M. Friedman
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheafer
Melvin Grossman
Mrs. M. E. Rosenberg
Mrs. Sylvia Sooten
Mrs. Freda Bernstein
Mrs. R. Guenberg
Mrs. Betty Feuer
Mrs. Gladys Ankers
Mrs. Freda Shifman
Norton Pallot
Mrs. Ethel Resnick
Nathan Berkowitz
Edward F. Bond
Mrs. Nola Eisenstem
Mrs. Lillian Kraff
Mrs. Ben Serrant
Mrs. J. J. Hushman
Mrs. Ella Goodman
Mrs. H. I. Magid
Harold Rose
David Schwarzman
Harold Vincent
Ben Myers
Irving Scherr
Joseph Shapiro
Al Chekanow
Lon Pallot
Jack Pomerantz
Harry Barnhard
Mrs. Ella Silverstein
Mrs. Joel P. Newman
Mrs. Ann Kaufman
Mrs. Eve Brenner
Mrs. W. C. Kovner
Mrs. Rose Fein
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Leon A. Rappe
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lowenthal
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. L. Margules
James L. Chapman
Edward Knobel
Jack Fishman
Robert L. Turchin
Sallie Alexander
Mrs. Max Paul
Mrs. David Dogoloff
Mrs. Ruth L Glatt
Bernice Dogoloff
Mrs. Lili Duntov
Mrs. J. Freeman
Edward H. Levin
Joseph H. Witt
Dr. Edward W. Mencher
Paul Chentoff
Maurice Horowitz
Sidney Fidlon
Noel Bring
Simon Englander
Mrs. Belle Goldstrich
Mrs. J. Hirsch
Emanuel Joseloff
Charles Goldberg
Louis Seligman
Floyd Williams
Chester Krone
Mr. and Mrs. Selkin
Sam Beneckson
Arthur De Gutz
Joe Epstein
Leonard Wien
Dr. Donald Michnoff
Michael Greenbaum
Mrs. Blanche Rosenthal
Mrs. J. H. Witt
Mrs. Gertrude Bamberg
Mrs. Frances Cooper
Mrs. Bessie Epstein
Mrs. J. H. Day
George Bertmam
Dr. Leo Grossman
WATH FOR THE LEA
Myron Stanton
Robert L. Sprintz
Edward A. Platkin
Thomas Crouse
Emanuel Goldstrich
Milton Pepper
Mrs. Evelyn Horenbein
Bernard Robbins
Mrs. Alice Carter
David Catsman
Isaac Waubeiner
Max Kantor
William Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rusher
Dr. Aaron J. Cohen
Bob Vetter
Dr. Stanley Frehling
Jacob Dorf
Aaron Farr
Mrs. S. A. Dogoloff
Mrs. Lillian Oritt
Mrs. Freda Newman
Mrs. Essie Freeman
Mrs. Irving Marcus
Dr. Seymour B. London
David B. Isen
Allan Roth
Leo Swartz
Emile J. Schenk
Arthur M. Kahn
A. A. Rothstein
Albert L Kahn
Larry Hoffman
Seymour Rubin
Mrs. Elsie Mayser
Ray Sterling
J. Samuels
Ed Sevin
Milton Waubeiner
George Feuer
Philip Lefkowitz
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Isholem B'nai B'rith Lodge
Readies Carnival Dance
Km! plans are under way for
Lsholem Lodge, Bnri B'rttti
tarnivul Dance to be hold Sun-
E Juno 1. at the Frolics club,
K Albert Pallot, chairman, has
f Hovol featUM of the affair
J ., be the introduction of the
\L tropical craze, "Bong-o," in
D-jch young and old alike can
LrticipaU'- Marx Fein berg,
thiirman of ticket sales, has an-
Kd that ticket, at $1.50 per
Lple arc available from any
tr.ai B'rith member or the lodge
Iffice, 3-6306.
jlr< John Kronenfeld, chair-
ban (if the women's ticket sales
Evision, can be reached at
18. Cal Pont is refreshment
airman, and Sam Silver is in
Kargc of entertainment and mu-
ic Mrs. Jennie Gordon, women's
Jiairman, announces that 22 at-
,ctive ladies of the Sholem
dge chapti r will act as wait-
ijses and cashiers for the affair.
larry Davis and his all-veteran
rchestra. formerly of the Rose-
r.d Ballroom in New York, will
tmish the music.
toral Gables BB Lodge
Holds Americanism Night
ICor-.l Gables Lodge, B'nai
'nth No. 1682, will present an
nericanism Night at their first
gular meeting. Wednesday, June
h. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce
Leon blvcl. Dr. Leonard M.
lickstein, president, has an-
lunccd. Gi 01 ge J. Talianoff, di-
Tctor of the Florida regional of-
of the Anti Defamation
ague of B'nai B'rith, will ad-
the members on "Combai-
; Bigotry in Our Community."
ere will bo a presentation of
I sound film, "Linked in Free-
s Cause." President Glick-
i will announce appointments
community service program
liimen.
Die group is the third B'nai
jith lodge to be formed in this
H
blSHON-LK-ZION.New col-
Rive agreements for 1947 were
fed this wick at three large
rtrial undertakings in this
lay: the Rishon Wine Cellars,
[Nesher Beer factory and the
pah" furniture factory. All
pe agreements represent irri-
tant achievements for the
s, particularly in the social
Iditions of employment.
SINRAYPARK
HEALTH RESORT
BJ| HOTEL-SANITARIUM
Kf FOR BEST CONVALESCENCC
f. t AMD CHRONIC CUU
I* 0'_- COURT
ELJMUD4
on
MRS. KAPLAN
Miami Service League
Installs New Chiefs
A luncheon to install new of-
ficers of the Miami Service Lea-
gue of the YM&WHA was held
luesday afternoon. May 27, at
Victor's Drum
restaurant
Coral Way.
Mrs. Henry
Green and Mrs.
Maury Koven
were co-chair-
men of the affair,
while Mrs. Geo.
Chertkof was in-
stallation officer
and Mrs. Mau-
rice Sager was
mistress of ceremonies.
Officers installed were Mos-
dames Maury Koven, honorary
president; Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent; John Temple, first vice
president; Jack Stone, second
vice president; Edward Levine
treasurer; Jack Silver, recording
secretary, and Norman Wiseman.
corresponding secretary.
Members of the board include
Mesdames George Chertkof, M.
Morse, L. Walters, M. Aaron, R.
Golden, Ann Pastroff, L. Ho-
hauser, H. Steinberg, S. B. Miller,
W. Weintraub, S. Ginsberg, M.
Sager, S. Weisscl, B. Sterling, J.
Bass, M. Grossman, H. Sher and
Minna Lavine.
Entertainment was provided by
the pantomime singing of Rose
Marian Golden and Mrs. Edward
L. Cowen gave a review of Moss
Hart's new play, "Christopher
Blake."
The next meeting of the group
is scheduled for Monday. June 2.
at the home of Mrs. John Temple.
2016 S. E. 21st st.
Jenlslh ftorfdian
PAGE NINE
Miami Hebrew School
Will Hold Barbecue
A barbecue supper, which will
wature games and movies, will be
icld by the Miami Hebrew School
and Junior congregation, on Sun-
*i''JUne at lhe hmc of Mr
and Mrs. Dave Kleber, 1780 S W
12th st., at 5 p. m.
The movies to be shown will
include scenes from the ground-
breaking ceremonies for the or-,
ganization's new home on April'
I.itn, cartoons and other features.'
Prizes for most rapid advance-
ment scholarship. and perfect
attendance will be awarded to
Lois Schwadron, Arno Kutncr
Herbert August, Marvin Michal-
son Stanley Kaplan, Victor
Taube, Bernard Fogel, Matthew
Becker, Philip Cowans. Myron
Coulton. Burton Sklansky. Bobby
Blank, Marilyn Kosloff and Eddie
Frank.
Mr. Kleber will act as chef for
the occasion, assisted by Mrs. Jo-
seph Schwadron. chairman of the
barbecue committee; Mesdames
Morris Ossowitz, Louis August,
Ben Stone. E. A. Moss, Sam Kost-
"ff, Max Jacobskind. Dave Kle-
ner. Herbert Feldan, Simon April
Mr. Stone and Mr. Jacobskind.
LIBERMAN FRIENDS HOLD TESTIMONIAL
Sholem Lodge Luncheon
To Hear Judge Allen
Judge Wayne Allen of the cir-
cuit court will address members of
the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith
Luncheon club today at noon, ir.
the Downtown club, Seybold Ar-
cade. Judge Allen will discuss
"Functions of the Circuit Court"
and will be introduced by Bill
Pallot, local attorney. Burnett
Roth is the Luncheon club chair-
man.
The DEBBS chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women held the
fint of a series of game par-
ties Thursday evening. May 22.
at the home of Doris Brown.
543 N. E. 76th st., Miami. A
second parly will be held at
the home of Adele Ziff, 4120
N. E. 1st ave., Tuesday eve-
ning. May 27.
The parlies are being held to
raise funds to send the group's
three delegates to lhe district
convention in Washington in
June.
DR. E. PUSHKIN
Optometrist
Examination of lhe Eyes
Complete Eyeglass Service
1248 S. W. 22nd Street
(Coral Way)
Hours: 95:30
Evenings by Appointment
Phone 9-2388
Camp Osceola
A Thoroughly Modern Camp
FOR JEWISH BOYS
ON LAKE OSCEOLA
"In the Land of the Sky"
HENDERSONVILLE, N. C
A FEW MORE
VACANCIES
HERBERT SILVER. Director
950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami B'ch
PHONE 5-5975
U.L
Pictured above is part of the gathering at a National hotel
luncheon held by supporters oi the campaign of Marcie Liber-
man for Miami Beach city council. Telegrams of support
were read from Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mitchell Wolfson.
Tom DuPree was toastmaster for the occasion.
GLASS
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FURNITURE TOPS
BEVELED MIRRORS
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AND RESILVERING
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
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Store Front Construction
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ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ
VOTE FOR YOUR
CANDIDATE
Sam Gold
For City Council
JUNE 3rd. 1947
"THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE"
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"Doc" KLEIN
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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 of Pythias
President. Washington Avenue Merchants Association
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*Jewistncrldtori
INSTALLS CHIEFS
By CHARLOTTE BLUMBERG
"Sympathy without actions is
fruitless and the Miami chapter
of the American Jewish Con-
gress is going to act." empha-
sized Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. newly
elected president, at the second
annual installation luncheon held
at the Robert Clay hotel Wednes-
day.
Acting as installation officer
was Mrs. Louis Glasser, president
of the Florida division of AJC.
who installed Mrs. Stepkin. presi-
dent; Mrs. Joseph Fine, honor-
ary president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis.
Mrs. Sidney Bowningcr. Mrs.
Jerry Goldman. Mrs. Isidor Cohen
and Mrs. Lenore Curtice, first.':
second, third, fourth and fifth
vice presidents, respectively; Mrs.
Jack Schieff, recording secretary;
Mrs. Sidney Alterman. corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Amos
Benjamin, financial secretary, and
Mrs. A. Ladd, treasurer. Twenty-
three board members were also
officially installed.
Because UNRRA has taken
over the responsibility of re-
habilitating European children,
the Miami chapter of AJC will
undertake to re-locate displaced
persons of Europe as the 1947
project, according to Mrs. Sup-
kin. This task will be carried
out by means of an official list
of displaced persons in camps
(Stondin,. leH ,0 H*hO Mrs. *% ^^J^2^jti^
Joseph M. Fine, honorary Present. 5S* left to rf,M Mrs. Leanore Curtice, vice presi-
Alterman. correspondmg secretary. J Seated; letl to g president; Mrs. Sidney
L^eSr MTW iSXStt^-* Mrs. Amos Beniarni, financial
secretary.
AJC; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Miami
book reviewer; Mrs. Sol Leslie,
honorary president of Miami
Beach chapter of AJC; Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, president of Pio-
neer Women, and Mr. Sarr Silver,
, president of Sholem lodge. B'nai
B'rith. and president of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center.
Mrs. Mark Kaplan, chairman
| of the luncheon, was assisted by
Mrs. Joseph Mondres, program
chairman.
abroad. Persons who have l'>st
track of loved ones may seek aid
through this service.
Rabbi Murray Grauer. of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, delivered the invocation
and outlined the four plans lie-
fore the United Nations to solve
the Palestine problem. "People
fiflht for what they lack."' stated
Rabbi Grauer. "The Jewish peo-
ple lack a home and they will
inevitably fight to obtain one.'"
Italian Street Song." Irving
, r's "The House I Live In"
and "Anniversary Song" were of-
[( ed by Mr. Milton Rubin, ac-
1 by Mrs. Helen Ger-
ld.
Guests at the luncheon included
Mrs. Max Katz, president of
Sholem lodge women's auxiliary,
B'rith; Mrs. Norman Jacobs,
lent of Beth David Sister-
h.....i: Mrs. Clarence Cohen, presi-
dent of Miami Beach chapter of
Nameless Hadassah
Group Organized at MW|
The formation of a new K
ter of Hadassah ,n the film^
was the subject of a rec ^T
ing attended by 20 il WU
women and presided ov&E
Benjamin B. Goldstein ,7
-f Senior HadasShT'-STtt
The new group, which has not
chosen a name, elected temper"! I
officers at the meeting. Thev ,?
Mrs. C. Leon Shalhfwav p^
dent; Mrs. Irving Fien, 11
president; Mrs. Irving Blast*
financial secretary; Mrs. Seta.'
luntsky. recording secret,
Mrs. Arthur Fishman, com'
roonding secretary; Mrs. joseJ
Pomerantz, treasurer, and Mrs
Abe Berish, publicity director
Senior Hadassah representa-1
tives are Mrs. Julius Mufson, Mrs.
Arthur Fishman and Mrs. Sam
Rubin.
The next meeting of the group
has been set for Monday, June 9
at 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mn
Pomerantz, 1957 Marseilles dr.
Normandy Isle.
Yiddish Radio Show
Starts On WINZ Sunday
Lazar Ros, nstein, renowned
folk singer, will be the guest star
on the first broadcast of the Yid-I
dish Classical Hour, scheduled
for this Sunday, June 1st, overI
WINZ at 12 roon, according to
M. Nasatir, program director.
Other features on the new
show, which will be broadcast
weekly at the same time, will be
Moishe Oi.-hor, Iza Kramer, and|
Seymour Rechtzeit.
'NEW DEAL" SEEN
IN 1947 SCHOOL BILL
Tha new school bill signed
into law by Governor Caldwell
Tuesday. May 20. will give the
school children of Florida a
"new deal" in education, ac-
cording to Colin English, state
superintendent of public in-
struction.
The Florida school head, long
an advocate of the provisions of
the new bill, hailed the meas-
ure as one of the greatest, "if
not the greatest." steps ever
taken in the field of education
in the history of the state.
The heart of the new pro-
gram is the minimum founda-
tion program which attempts to
assure equality of opportunity
for the Florida school-child re-
gardless of the wealth of the
county he lives in.
TEL AVIV.At the 12th an-
nual conference of the Audit
Union of the Consumer.-' (
erative Societies which opened
here this week it was reported
that the year 1946 was one of
rapid growth for the consumer
cooperative movement in Pales-
tine. Both the membership and
turnover of these societies m-
ed by over 30 per cent lUl ii-
ing the year. The 102 const!
cooperative stores in the small-
holders' settlements, vil
Workers' suburbs and town
, day have an aggregate member-
ship of 30.000 who with
families represent a total >l 105 -
000 consume: S.
Protests by the Jewish Agen-
cy office in London to the Brit-
ish Colonial Office have elicit-
ed the explanation that this
Jewish development in the Ne-
gev would be interpreted as an
attempt to change the status
quo there before the United
Nations reaches a decision on
the Palestine problem, and
might thus prejudge the issue.
Accordingly, it was ruled that
the project could not be con-
tinued at this lime.
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ON BURBRIDGE
At Burbridge's first City Council
meeting in 1932 he was assigned as
Committecman on Streets and
Sewers. Bnrbridge, in accepting
that responsibility, said "he ex-
pected to take an interest in ALL
city departments." He has done
that throughout his service.
During these 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 incorpo-
rated in 1917.
BURBRIDGE
I It III AY
\X I O II
IO:.'tO l\ Hi.
In April 1945 Burbridge advocated
permitting returning servicemen
to be reinstated in the city pen-
sion system by making up the
.mioni of money they had with-
drawn ... he also supported action
to secure passage by the State
Legislature of an act authorizing
the City to construct a hospital,
lihrary and auditorium on the
Municipal golf course.
Because of the fore-
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sound ideas of this man
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AJC Women's Group
Changes Name At Meet
The name of the Miami Beach
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress, was changed offi-
cially to the Florida Women's
Division of AJC at a board meet-
ing of the organization held at
the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser.
on May 19th, it was announced
this week.
Named as committee chairmen
of the group were: membership.
Clara Goldenberg; fund raising.
Mrs. Joseph Fine; organization,
Mrs. Mark Kaplan; commission
on law and social action, Mrs.
Benjamin Zimmerman; bitter hu-
man relations. Mrs. Joseph
Mondres; affiliations, Mrs. Sam
Prosterman; publicity, Mrs. Han-
nah Grossman; speakers' bureau.
Rose Keiss; education. Mrs. Leon-
ard Kimball; and location and
service, Mrs. Leonard Barr.
The group was informed that
listB of Jewish survivors in Eu-
rope would remain at Mrs. Glass-
er's home imtil Mrs. Barr could
find a centrally-located point for
them. The lists, open to anyone
searching for missing relatives,
include the surviving Jews in
Czestochowa, Kielce District:
Lublin, Prztmsl and Warsaw; the
register of Jewish survivors in Po-
land, comprising 58,000 names;
the register of surviving Jews in
other European countries; the reg-
ister of Jewish refugees in Yugo-
slavia and Italy; Sharit-Ha-
Platah; and the Jews liberated
from German concentration
camps who arrived in Sweden in
1945.
Resolutions on pending legis-
lation were sent by the group to
President Truman. Senators Hol-
land and Pepper, and Represen-
tative George Smathers.
WoofFoTldle DP's
Aim Of Kadimah Drive
Collection stations for the gath-
ering of skeins of wool and knit-
ting needles arc being set up in
the Miami area und< I the spon
sorship of Kadimah chapter, P
neer Women, it was learned I
week.
The drive was undertaken by
the group on hearing a rep
from one of its members, Marie
Syrian, who returned recently
from a tour of displaced persons
camps in Germany. Morale in t "
camps. Mrs. Syrkin reported, is
very low, and there is an urgent
necessity of productivizing the
DP's, particularly the women.
A goal of 8.000 skeins of wool
and knitting needles has been
set for the drive, which is under
the direction of Mrs. Hyman
Sootin.
Mr6. Sootin manages the Miami
collection station at 230 N. W.
2nd ave., while Mrs. Joseph Block
is in charge of two stations at
Miami Beach. 255 Michigan ave.,
and 1341 Washington ave.
I. KAUFMAN, noted newspa-
perman and war correspondent,
author of Volume I (the narra-
tive volume) of "American
Jews in World War II." two-
volume book issued by National
Jewish Welfare Board. "Amer-
ican Jews in World War II"
gives the overall story of
American Jewish participation
in the war.
Y Women's Division
Holds Campaign Lunch
The Women's Division of the
Miami Y Building Campaign got
off to a good start last Thursday,
May 22. when they accepted sev-
eral hundred cards to solicit for
the Miami Y campaign. Over 400
cards were distributed at that
meeting, which was presided over
by Mrs. Hazel Essen, chairman
of the drive, assisted by Mrs.
Helen Temple, co-chairman. The
principal speaker was Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the Y. Mr. Samuel Leff. campaign
director, gave the women cam-
paign instructions.
Those present at the luncheon
were: Mrs. W. Weintraub, Mrs.
Sam Weissel, Mrs. J. Stone, Mrs.
Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Kate Golden.
Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, Mrs. Henry
Jacobson, Mrs. Bernard Davis,
Mrs. Frank Kline, Mrs. Albeit
Reisman, Mrs. Jos. Schaffer, Mrs.
Abraham Kasow, Mrs, Sam Dick-
son, Mrs. Dan Weiner. Mrs. Vera
Morse, Mrs. Louis M. Walters.
Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Fred Ochs,
Mis. H. C. Moscr. Mrs. M.
Grossman, Mrs. Jos. S. Carp.
I RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Eeder.
Fridav evening services at 6.00.
Adult Saturday morning service
at 830 Junior congregation un-
der the leadership of Mr. Max
Bcrtman of the faculty will
meet jointly with the adult con-
gregation. Mincha at 6:45 -
Sowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Daily school
from 3:30 to 6:30.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky. .
Friday Mincha, 6:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Maariv. Saturday ser-
vices. 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 5
pm Mincha at 6. followed by
Shalos S'udos. Daily services
7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbos. 6:30 p.m.
Services Saturday. 8:30 a.m. Stu-
dent services. 10 a.m. Mincha at
6 p.m.. followed by Shalos S'udos.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
Portion of the Week." Daily
services at 6:45 and 8 a.m., and
6:45 p.m.
The Miami YMWHA will hold
its annual Spring Dance at the
Miami Police Benevolent Hall.
2300 N. W. 14th St.. on Sunday.
June 8. at 8:30 p. m. Music will
be provided by Dave Tyler's
orchestra, and entertainment
and contests will be featured.
Tickets are $1.50.
The "Over 21" Social club
of the Miami Beach YMHA in
viles all young men and wom-
en over 21 years of age to join
their organization. Meeting*
are held every Wednesday eve
ning at 8:30 at the Miami
Beach YMHA, 1 Lincoln road.
The dues are only $3 per year,
which entitles a member to free
admission to all Saturday night
dances at the Beach Y.
Miss Bert Cohan is president
of the "Over 21" club.
Kelemer Talk Begins
GMJFC Culture Series
The GMJFC, on May 27th u
an its series f eultura, pr%
withalectur^iven/BU'
v.d Talmud Torah. Cantors Kf1
emer of Beth Sholom was t
lured "* His the* |
bodied the origin of the jJl
song. The interest of the lisw
was evidenced by the ^
and answer period which y '
lowed.
On Thursday. Junc 1
GMJFC is sponsoring its annual!
boatride on the boat Seven Seas,
pier 10, Miami, at 8:30 p m
The GMJFC is also Plannill.j
Saturday night barbecues on the
lawns of its members. Dates and I
places will be announced a' a fa
ture date.
T
TEL AVIV.Eleven of the new
rural dispensaries which have
been set up by the Kupat Holim
(Histadrut sick fund) in the re-
ently established Ncgev settle-
ments, are to be housed in their
iwn buildings during this year,
it has been announced by the
management of Kupat Holim.
The 11 dispensaries are to be
built at a total cost of about
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Mau-, ?
rice Mamches.
Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. and
Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m.
Student services at 10:30 a.m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabalos Shabbas service, 8:30
p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor
Goldring will officiate. Saturday
service, 9 a.m. Junior congrega-
tion service, 10 a.m. Daily ser-
vice- 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily
religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEH-\\
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. I
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and
Saturday morning at 10.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam-
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th si.. Miami. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus.
K lay evening at 8:15, regular
Sabbath evening services.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudercrale.
Rabbi David Raab.
lay evening. May 30, Rabbi
b will conduct the regular
Fi iday services and preach on the
subject. "Sayings of the Fathers."
termon will be an analysis
of the book "Pirke Aboth." At
the closing exe isea held on Sun-
Maj 25, at the temple. Miss
Evi ne Waskow won the first
.n tin- essay contest spon-
. by the auxiliary of B'nai
B'rith, on the subject "What Does
Judaism Mean to Me?" Jules
S;Unman won second prize. The
'mi of Tempi- Emanu-El are
now planning a big bingo evening
to take place some time this
month.
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MinAY. MAY 30, 1947
GMHA Meet To Launch
Academy Growth Plans
A meeting of the steering com-
mittee of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy at the Tides hotel
Uay 2. resulted in a call for a
neral open meeting of mem-
bers and area residents, it was
announced this week by Dr. Da-
vid S. Andron, Academy direc-
tor.
The general meeting, to be held
at the Tides on Wednesday, June
4th n! 8 i>. m., will be called to
consider plans for a comprehen-
ties and instruction during the
coming year.
The Academy recently purchas-
^ a sd ool building, and ar-
rangements are now in progress
to initiate alteration and rehabili-
tation of the building in time for
the opening of the Academy's
fall term on September 1st.
Reports by the membership,
building purchase and alterations
committees were heard by those
attending the conference, and
plans were laid for the establish-
ment oi a ladies' league to sup-
plement and co-operate with the
activity of the general Academy
membership.
T CM HA is a communal
project 'tiering complete He-
brew and religious instruction in
ith a full secular edu-
cation. It is conducted on the
i\c lilies in accord-
ance with curricula offered in the
most modi rn of the nation's
schools.
The 1947-48 term will include a
nursery group, for children from
3 1-2 to 5; a kindergarten group
for children from 5 to 5 1-2
years: and a 1B-1A grade. Classes
up to the fifth grade will be ac-
commodated, The capacity of the
A li my is limited and parents
are urged to contact the Acad-
emy office at the Miami Beach
YMHA, Lincoln Road, for en-
rollment and tuition information.
*Jewist ncridlan
PAGE THIRTEEN
YEHUDITH SIMCHONIT. outstanding Jewish woman leader,
representing 70.000 women cA the Working Women Council,
arrived last Thursday at La Guardia field. New York, with
her 16-year-old son. Menachem. Together wRh Goldie Myer-
son, she participated in the lamous fast of Palestine, in protest
against the detention of the La Spezia refugees. She brings to
this country a first-hand report of the present situation and
the women's role in the people's resistance movement and the
rehabilitation of new immigrants.
Stern Group Attacks
British CID Automobile
JERUSALEM (JTA). The
British driver of a Criminal In-
vestigation Division car was
killed this week and his two pas-
sengers injured, one seriously,
when the vehicle was blown up
by an electrically-detonated mine
on the slopes of Mt. Carmel.
The seriously wounded officer
was a Jewish CID inspector nam-
ed Shindel, whom the Stern
Group announced "heads our
black list of 1942." The Sternists
admitted responsibility for the
attack, which came a day after
the government announced the
promotion of five Jewish inspec-
tors to the rank of assistant su-
perintendent.
The Irgun has announced that
it had carried out the rail at-
tacks which caused $40,000 dam-
age in various par|s of the
country. The announcement said
that the blows were aimed at
I crippling the "enemy's freedom
i of movement," and asserted that
railroad officials and Arabic
newspapers had been warned in
advance to prevent any loss of
life. (The Arab newspapers con-
| irmed that they had received the
| warnings.) The Irgun said the
warning still stood and asked the
Hebrew and Arab papers to in-
form the public of the dangers of
rail travel.
Two delegates of the newly
formed Nurses Union of the
Histadrut attended the Ninth
Quadrennial Congress of the In-
ternational Council of Nurses
which opened in Atlantic City
on May 11.
Before 1947, Jewish nurses in
Palestine were not organized in
a single union, the graduates of
the rladassah Nurses Training
school and the nurses of Kupat
Holim i Workers Sick fund) each
having had their own separate
organizations, while nurses em-
ployed elsewhere had their own
local organizations. In January
a national organization of nurses
was set up within the framework
of the Histadrut It comprises
all the Jewish nurses in Pales-
tine and in divided into two sec-
tions: graduate nurses and prac-
tical nurses.
French Authorities
Turn Back 600 DP's
VIENNA (JTA)French mili-
tary authorities this week halted
and turned back some 600 dis-
placed Jews from the American
zone of Austria who were en
route to Italy, it was reported
here.
The Jews, who were allegedly
making their way to a port in the
hope of reaching Palestine, barri-
caded themselves in a transit
camp at Gnadenwald. near Inns-
bruck, when the French mili-
tary police ordered them to re-
trace their steps. According to
the report, the French took
"energetic measures" in getting
the Jews out of the camp and
aboard a guarded train which
returned them to the U. S. zone.
Palm Beach Beth El
Dance Attracts 200
A dance held by members of
the Palm Beach Temple Beth El
sisterhood at the Flamingo Club
recently was attended by over
200 people, it was learned here
this week.
Mrs. A. Bertman was presented
with a gift for being the oldest
mother attending and for having
the most children, and Mrs.
Henry Vega was accorded the
distinction of being the youngest
mother present. Mrs. Lou Auer-
bach was chairman of arrange-
ments, assisted by Mrs. Irving
Kapner and Mrs. Maurice Moss.
HAIFA.Production at the new
LP. 100,000 bottle manufacturing
plant of the "Phoenicia" Palestine
Glass Works will start some time
this month. The Phoenicia glass
factory, taken over in 1941 by
the Solel Boneh Ltd. (the Histad-
rut contracting company), has
until now produced mainly win-
dow glass, supplying local re-
quirements and exporting 10 per
cent of its output. The window
glass plant employs some 200
workers in three shifts
The new bottle plant, which
marks the first step in Phoe-
nicia's plans for expansion, has
been equipped with modern fur-
naces and automatically controll-
ed machinery. In its initial stage
the plant will produce only bot-
tles and jars for preserves, but
will later manufacture house-
hold glassware. About 150 work-
ers are to be employed.
Social Agency Council
Holds Meeting Today
A report of the achievements
of the past year will be the chief
feature at the annual meeting of
the Council of Social Agencies of
Dade County, scheduled for to-
day, May 30, at 12:15, at the Alca-
zar hotel roof, 500 Biscayne blvd.
In addition to the report, a list
of nominees to fill council posts
for the coming year will be sub-
mitted to the meeting for ap-
proval. Mrs. Thomas P. Cald-
well is president of the organi-
zation.
To assist Jewish groups in
planning their programs, the
Jewish Center Lecture Bureau of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board this week published a di-
rectory of Jewish Organizational
Speakers, which lists orators who
are available on a non-fee basis.
The directory is the answer to
the requests made by many of the
Jewish groups served by the
bureau for speakers on the pur-
poses and functions of the many-
fold Jewish organizations in
America. Copies of the directory
may be obtained by writing to
the Jewish Center Lecture Bu-
reau, National Jewish Welfare
Board, 145 East 32nd st.. New
York 16. N. Y.
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June 3rd 1947
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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE.
iPjfoLctfy eonfiidentiat
(Copyright. 1948, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
CONFIRMATION
The important declaration by Soviet representative Gromyko
on Palestine at the UN special Bession has taken many Zionist i aa
era and journalists by surprise Gromyko, in, a way confirms the
report that Stalin, in numerous private conversations has i "Presse.
himself in favo,- of a jusl solution of the Jewish problem ml ales-
tine When Professor Solomon Michoels, the Soviel Jewish
leader, was here a few years ago he told D. Weizmann that the
Soviet Union is in no way opposed to a Jewish state And tni
late Reubin Brainin almost twenty years ago maintained that Sta-
lin's government would stand by the Zionists when the supreme
crisis would come .
? *
INFORMATION
Several members of the congressional committee 01 u
ican activities arc determined to use the Hollywood probe for anti-
Semitic purposes Wc came across an interesting item in -1 i
Committee Reporter" ol the Americai Jewish I ttee II
seems that over 95.7 pei cent I I untry's 8,000,000 M,i.
are opposed to anti-Semitism, acco to Murraj H
Leiffer The Bureau oi Social Resi ir. at Northwestern Uni-
versity made a survey which took two years to con plete To I i
question: "How acceptabli will a ministi youi church if he
is outspoken against the Jews ,,- a class?" 95.7 pei cent answi
condemning anti-Semitism Replies came from all sections ol
the country, urban as well as rural This is some record, and thu
Protestant church, can rightly be proud of this amazing result .
Is there organized anti-Semitisn in education, in industry, in police
forces, in Congress and in some churches? You will find an
answer to this questioi in Bucklin Moon's "Thi High Cost of Preju-
dice," just out .
*
REAL CHRISTIANITY
The other day we met Josephine Bush-Smith, a collateral
scendant of Napoleon Bonaparte, who lives near a small town in
Connecticut Josephine v< in Amei in di and
is launching a movemi w unique Josi |
wants all childless couples who owi to bequeathe then ti
poor European refu i then way to this country "That
would be a way ol atoning I to Jews by so many
Christians undo: Hitler." lains .
*
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Vladimir Jabotinsky fought thi J< A ncy for many
... But a few mont \ Ipcd to est;
in Palestine a co-i perative "Nachlal Jabotinsky" .
The Tel Aviv municipal bud., i the fiscal year 1947 is about
S10.000.000 The:.- was practically no publicity about the sitdown
strike against the Iraq Petroleum Companj ii il ifa ... In t is
.-Hike Arab and Jewish workers collab n I formed a united
front ... We don't know how they do it. but I
unemployment problem in Palestine, Evei lization ol
over 20.000 nun ai d women from 1
the normal economy ol the country .
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Alexander Kogan, re-elected president, and Mrs. Charles
Tobin. past president. Seated is Rabbi Leon Krorush. spiritual
leader of the Temple.
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Etkins. Bob Goeh, Duke Kratish
Sam Kratish, Bill Ross and N r
man Stark. A special bowling
shirt will be presented to Morris
Grossman, director of the Miami
YMHA, in appreciation 0f his
co-opt ration with the Emanon
club. Dancing will follow the
meeting. Refreshments will be
served.
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organization open to young men
and women over 21 years of age
Veterans are given six months'
free membership.
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Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman of
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mitti e announces that Dr. Harold
Rand : as again been designated
ii : oi staff of the medical
division of the camp for the com-
ason, Dr. Hand will appoint
51 \ i ral 'nodical a- sociate- to as
>ist him in examining children
preparatory to their entering the
camp and to check on their heal'.:.
pi riodically. Dr. Rand has I een
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: iunded in 1939, except lor
the yean e was in the service.
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ister their children
liately, as registration will
i the early part of June. The
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Beach BB Cancels Meet
The Miami Beach lodge, B'nai
B'lith, in view of the organiza-
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June 3rd, according to Walter
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FproAY, MAY 30, 1947
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PAGE FIFTEEN
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
VIEWS ON PALESTINE: With
a, United Nations inquiry com-
n scheduled to start its
^nrk next week, it can be pre-
nV^ly that it will not pre?
dfnfa unified report to the Sep-
Kber session of the General
Jinbly There will prob-
,blv be a majority and a minority
JpDort zionist leaders- tnouRh
It-.ted over Gromyko's declara-
tor, on the rights of the Jews to
a state of their own are never-
theless inelined to believe that
Z key to the solution of the
Palestine problem lies in the
Lnds of the United States .
Some of the leaders of the Jewish
jLencv consider Gromykos
statement too vague Of
course, he came out for a bi-na-
tional state," they argue but he
was not specific as to the right
of' Jews to immigrate without
restrictions into such a state" ...
"Yes, he also favored partition,
but what kind of partition?" .
With these questions in mind,
some of the Zionist leaders feel
that the voice of the United
States at the U. N. session in
September will count more than
anv other factor This opinion
is especially strong among Amer-
ican Zionist leaders ... At the
same time, the American mem-
bers of the Jewish Agency con-
sider Gromyko's statement as be-
ing of "tremendous political sig-
nificance" quite apart from the
fact that it constitutes a reversal
,of the Russian policy on the Pal-
estine question They claim
;tliat Gromyko knocked the props
lorn from under the argument us-
mally advanced by the British
(government and by officials of
cur own state department that
iy pro-Jewish stand by the U. S.
government would drive the
Arab states into Russia's arms .
After Gromyko's speech, they
point oxrt, it is no longer possible
for Mr. Bevin and some of the
members of the state department
to conjure up the Russian bogey
in order to frighten public opin-
ion, which is clamoring for ac-
tion on Palestine .

DOMESTIC ISSUES: Respon-
sible Jewish organizations in the
United States are being asked to
clarify their attitude towards
fund-raising "ads" which are be-
ing placed by groups who claim
Jo support Jewish extremists in
Palestine ... It is known that
some of these "ads" have result-
ed in a flood of protests on the
part of non-Jewish readers to the
editors of the American news-
papers in which they were pub-
lished and these protests
constitute no asset to the Jews
of the United States While
the state department is refrain-
ing from taking action which the
British ambassador has urged
against the organizations respon-
sible for the "ads," a joint state-
ment on the part of Zionist and
non-Zionist groups, speaking in
behalf of American Jewry, |
pected There is heavy bet-
ting among the members of the
Zionist Organization of America
as to who is going to be its next
president And the majority
consider Dr. Emanucl Neumann
the best bet Especially since
Or. Abba Hillel Silver is cam-
paigning for him ... It seems
hat there is not much love lost
between the Hadassah leaders
and the leaders of the Z. O. A. .
This can be gathered from the
behind-the scene manipulations
of some of the Hadassah leaders
to prevent Dr. Silver from being
the principal speaker at the Unit-
ed Nations last month Other
indications to this effect can be
seen in a report by Mrs. Rose
Halperin to the Hadassah execu-
tive, which she represents at the
Jewish Agency .

BETWEEN COVERS: Many
books have been written on the
degree of guilt of the German
people in the annihilation of the
the Jews in many lands during
the Nazi regime And discus-
sions are still being held on
whether the German nation can
be held collectively responsible
for the extermination of the more
than 6,000,000 Jews in Europe ...
The best-documented answer to
this question can be found in Vic-
tor H. Bernstein's "Final Judg-
ment" just published by Boni &
Gaer ... A penetrating analysis
of the Nuremberg trial>which
the author covered as an Amer-
MISS MIRIAM SALES of New
York has been named adminis-
trative secretary of the Rabbin-
ical Assembly of America, na-
tional organization ot the con-
servative rabbinate. Rabbi
Bernard Segal, executive vice
presidenl of the assembly, has
announced. Miss Sales, born in
Berlin, re-joined her family in
this country in 1943 after living
three years in Palestine. Until
her appointment, she served as
administrative secretary of the
Rabbinical School of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America.
man diplomats abroad, citing
Father Coughlin as an example
of what can be achieved by in-
tensive anti-Jewish activities in
the field of propaganda In-
cidentally, this document reveals
the Nazi stand on formation of a
Jewish state in Palestine .
"Germany must regard the for-
mation of a Jewish state as dan-
gerous, which even in miniature
would form just the same type of
operational base as the Vatican
for political Catholicism." the
order to the German diplomats
says The task of German
foreign policy, the document ex-
plains, is to further the wave of
anti-Semitism in the democratic
countries, hence Germany "is
very interested" in maintaining
ispersal of the Jews in these1
countries rather than to see them
eoi centrated in a country of
their own Jewish readers will
find Bernstein's book extremely
valuable both from the viewpoint
of contemporary history and of an
approach to post-war Germany.
the Jewish labor unions Our
congratulations go also to the
Jewish Publication Society which
is entering its 60th year The
splendid record of the society in
disseminating Jewish culture
reeds no comment David
Schwartz, JTA's columnist, has
done it... He finally surrender-
ed to the pleas of many of his
readers and friends to publish
some of his columns of ever-
lasting interest in book form ...
The volume, entitled "Bitter
Herbs and Honey," will be off
the press this week Anyone
interested in the Jewish resist-
ance movement in Palestine,
should read "Palestine Under-
ground" by J. Borisov, just pub-
lished by the Judea Publishing
Co. in New York ... It tells the
story of the Jweish resistance In
the light of available information,
published and unpublished .
ican coi resp indent, the book is
not only of considerable literary
value, but also of historic value
It presents well-docunv
evidence to show thai the aver-
age German was well await' of
the mass-murder of Jews, al-
though he now pretends to have
known nothing about them .
The chapter "Twentieth-Century
Calvary" containing official Ger-
man reports and orders on mass-
extermination of Jews in the
countries occupied by the Ger-
man army no doubt will be
quoted and requoted when the
history of the greatest orga
mass-n urd< r in the world is writ-
ten by historian.- and from a long
ive One docu-
ment in this chapter should be
of special interest to Americans
... It is a communication to Ger-
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FRIDAY. MAY
Dr. Sachar, Hillel Chief,
Will Addess BB District
Dr. Abram Sachar, national di-
rector of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dations, Washington, D. C, will
bu the principal speaker at the
convention of the Fifth District
Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be
held at the St. Moritz hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, June 7-10.
A noted historian and author.
Dr. Sachar has had a long and
outstanding career as an educa-
tor and director of youth organi-
zations. The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, under his national
direction, are established on more
than 133 university campuses in
the United States, Canada and
Cuba. These foundations serve the
religious, cultural, social and in-
ter-faith needs of Jewish stu-
dents. The foundations have been
hailed by university presidents
and noted educators as a signifi-
cant factor in advancing good re-
lationships among university stu-
dents of all faiths and in prepnr
ing youth for participation
civic life upon graduation.
30, 1947
in
Poinciana Festival
Will Hold Art Show
Artists from throughout Flor-
ida canvases, brushes, paints
and easels in handwill con-
verge on Miami next week for
the second annual statewide art
exhibit and auction held in con-
junction with the Royal Poin-
ciana Festival.
Express invitations have beer
cxteided by Mrs. Philip Schlamp,
chairman of the exhibit commit-
tee, to members of the Tamp?
Art association, the St. Peters-
burg Art club, the Clearwater
Art association, the University of
Florida Art school and the John
Rmgling School of Art at Sara-
sota, to send water color and oil
prints to the exhibit.
Mrs. Schlamp also
B'NAI B'RITH PRESIDENT FRANK GOLDMAN pledged the
support of the order to the American Heritage program and
the forthcoming "Freedom Tram" at a White House confer-
ence in Washington arranged by the Department of Justice.
Shown above (left to right) are Goldman. Attorney General
Tom C. Clark. Winthrop W. Aldrich of the Chase National
Bank, and William Green, president of the American Federa-
tion of Labor. Aldrich and Green are chairman and vice-
chairman, respectively, ai the board sponsoring the American
Heritage program. The "Freedom Train" will be launched
September 17. 1947. in Philadelphia and will visit 200 Ameri-
can cities. The nine-car train will carry the originals of his-
toric American documents such as the Declaration of Inde-
pendence. Bill of Rights, the Constitution of the United States
and the Emancipation Proclamation. They will be placed on
public display. ____
Facilities Expanding
At Mannheimer School
Facilities for sixty additional
resident students will be added to
the Mannheimer School, 10? 1
Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach,
this summer, according to an an-
nouncement by Milton R. Mann-
heimer, principal.
The resident school was estab-
lished this past summer at th
revealed private academy, which was
that the show this year will take founded in 1933. Other facilities
on a national aspect because of to be added will be an auditorium
se\eral paintings which will be and additional sleeping quarters,
exhibited by Miss Jane Peterson : The school is operated by Mr.
and Carl Folkes Sahlin, both of Mannheimer, a graduate of the
New York. Miss Peterson is con- University of Miami, the Harvard
sidered among the top five fern- | Law School, and former graduate
inine artists in the country today, student in education at the Uni-
Mr. Sahlin has toured the entire versity of Pennsylvania. Mrs.
western hemisphere doing paint-
ings on Indians and will have on
exhibit here some new prints of
Florida's native Seminoles.
It is your duty as a citizen of
Miami Beach to cast your ballot
Tuesday.
Sybil Mannheimer, graduate ot
the University of New Hamp-
shire, and formerly head of a
high school history department in
that state, is co-principal. Both
hold graduate teaching certifi-
cates.
Completely kosher conditions
are maintained at the school.
In the school year 1942-43,
the peak enrollment for the
Dade county school system was
37,986, while the peak enroll-
ment ior the school year 1946-
47 was 48,571, making an in-
crease in enrollment to date of
10.588 students. The estimated
increase for the school year
1947-48 over the present school
year 1946-47 conservatively is
3.000 students, which will give
a total increase of approxi-
mately 13,500 students for the
estimated 1947-48 enrollment.
Thirty students to a classroom
will necessitate an additional
459 new classrooms, which
would not include special de-
partments such as cafeterias,
libraries, home economics,
manual training and additional
lavatory facilities.
Voters of Miami Beach
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The officers of the BBG of Mi-
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week at the home of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, with a supper preceding
the program. Mrs. Beatrice Finn
was the installing officer.
Mrs. Tina Katz, president of
Sholem Lodge ladies' auxiliary,
installed the officers of the Debbs
BBYW at a dessert meeting at a
local restaurant. A feature of the
program was an illustrated talk
on music given by Charles R.
Jacob.-on.
The home of Mrs. Carl Susskind
was the scene for the installation
of the officers of the Jems in
the presence of the members'
mothers. Mrs. Harry Kaufman,
president of the Miami Beach
auxiliary, carried out the ritual.
The ALS will hold their instal-
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31st, at a dinner at the Shelborne
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rPTDAY, MAY 30, 1947
j^ETS Class Named
For Sidney Brettholtz
In accordance with recently
9(i0Bted plans, the Miami Beach
aMVETS will hold their monthly
Ruction party on Saturday eve-
nine May 31, at the Crystal room
f the Poinciana hotel, Miami
BThe incoming class will be in-
ducted under the class name of
Sidney Brettholtz. This is in ac-
cordant with a post policy to
Mme each incoming class of
members for a serviceman who
died during the war.
Sidney Brettholtz was the son
0( Mr and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz
0( Miami Beach. A member of
the 85th Infantry division, he was
killed April 21, 1945, in Italy, at
the age of 24. His brother. Jack,
is an active member of the
AMVET post, while his brother,
Charles, a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be induct-
ed into the class named after him.
Current officers of the post are
Nat Pollack, commander; Bernice
Klein, adjutant; Saul Radler,
senior vice commander; Holger
Johanson, junior vice command-
er; Henry Carver, finance of-
ficer; William Baer, provost mar-
shal; Dr. Leon M. Levin, histor-
ian; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chap-
lain; Mitch Reiner, service of-
ficer, and Leonard J. Klein, pub-
lic relations officer.
238 Get Sheepskins
At U. of M. Graduation
More than 230 students will re-
ceive diplomas this morning.
May 30, at the twenty-first an-
nual commencement exercises of
the University of Miami, at the
Gables theatre, Coral Gables, it
was announced this week.
I Ltated Among the (rradimtes arc
Masters of Kiluoation, Herbert Silver
ml Esther Mildred Teitellxium; Bach-
elor of Arts Hernard ApplelKtum,
I Gloria Bernstein, Harold It. Hotkin.
Judith Chasln, Hryna Cohen, lternlce
Dacks, Carl C. lilnsburjc. Marlon 1.
Cold, Shirky Gold. Sophie Goldcn-
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I Klein. Charlotte Kotkln, Barbara
Meyer, H. Llndy Pessln, Mania Pee-
I Bin. Marilyn Rosen. Joseph Schreb-
[ nick. Myrll Seltzer. Caryl Shapiro,
Muriel Stolove ami Itita Zaret.
I Bachelors of Business Administra-
tion, Samuel .1. Aluanis, I^eonard Cap-
lln, Lillian Bsplln, Ix>uls I* Fox,
Nathan Olnsberg, Myrtle Kaebnlck.
I Dan Kaplan, Harold Kat. I>eah Katz-
Iman, Irma Klrs.li, Arnold I<-on, Hetty
I Levy, Bernard C, Manhelm, Norton
IS. Pallot, Maurice Koucnbloom, Stan-
ley Seller, Jay Sehlff. Charles H.
ISpector, Helvin I.. Starr.
I Bachelors ol Education, Philip Kap-
[tan, 8elma Katsman, Ranee Leopold,
(Michael A, Levlne, Shirley I'olonfeky,
[Howard Barath, Marilyn Sot-lof.
I nilllam I. Sweltser will reo-elve the
Idegree of Bachelor of Music, and Ar-
IMmr H. Courshon that of Bachelor of
I Laws,
^J*lstlFk>ridia,ri
Attending the Beth David Campaign Kick-Of i Recently
PAGE SEVENTEEN
The annual luncheon meeting
of the Community Cheat of
Dad. County has bean called for
Tuesday. June 3. at 12:15 p. m.
1 the Columbut hotel roof, ac-
cording to announcement this
**k by Frank J. Kelly, presi-
dent.
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Yiddish Folk Concert
Set By Vladeck Branch
Lazar Rosenstein, renowned
"Yiddish folklorist and singer, will
be the star of a concert of Yiddish
folk lore and drama to be pre-
sented by Workmens' Circle Mi-
ami Vladeck lodge No. 699, and
the ladies auxiliary, at the or-
ganization's newly acquired ly-
ceum, 1545 S. W. Third st., on
Sunday, June 1, at 8 p.m.
Mr. Rosenstein and local talent
comprising members of the group
will present a short play by
Sholem Aleichem, "The Doctor."
Participants in the production are
Mrs. Celia Teitelbaum, Mrs.
Jachson, Harry Greeaberg and
Harry Rose.
A series of songs and mono-
logues will follow the play.
.Tickets for the event are $120,
including tax.
Board Luncheon Meeting Beth Jacob Bingo Party
Held By Beth David PTA
Mrs. Max Feldman, newly-in-
stalled president of the Beth Da-
vid Parent-Teachers association,
was hostess to a luncheon meeting
of the organization's board at her
home, 1000 N. W. 9th court, Mi-
ami, Tuesday, May 27.
Discussed at the meeting were
plans and a tentative program of
PTA activities for the coming
year. It was decided to continue
the projects of the organization
which have been in effect for the
past two years. Guest for the aft-
ernoon was Mrs. Norman Jacobs,
president of the Beth David sis-
terhood.
Those attending the meeting
were' Mesdames Harry August.
Sam August, Irving Rosen, Ed-
ward Safer, David Rayvis, Moe
Shatzman, Eugene Mayers, El-
eanor Eichenbaum, Moe Feingold,
Robert Schweitzer, Nathan Da-
vidow and Abe Kasow.
A card and bingo party has
been announced by the Beth
Jacob Sisterhood, to be held on'
Wednesday, June 4, at 8 p.m. at
the Netherlands hotel, 1330 Ocean
dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Benjamin Feld and Mrs. I
Eugene Weiss are co-chairmen of I
the event, and Mrs. Henry Genet
is in charge ef refreshments.
Tickets are available at the Beth j
Jacob synagogue office.
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See or Call
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1813 S. W. 21st Terraca
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raDAY^MAY 30, lH?
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Your Memory Should
/nv/fe Precautions
; ; j
Scientific investigations indicate that there will be no polio epidemic in Dade
county this summer-such as last summer's terrible scourge-BUT your memory of
that frightful period should cause parents to take every precaution.
SUMMER IS THE CHIEF DANGER PERIOD! Call your doctor im-
mediately, if any of these symptoms appear: headache, nausea, a cold,
upset stomach, muscle soreness or stiffness, unexplained fever. Infantile
paralysis (polio) starts in many different ways, most of them just like a
lot of childhood diseases. BE N THE SAFE SIDE!
Avoid new contacts. Try not to mingle with crowds. Local health
authorities decide whether schools and other places may remain open.
Don't let your children become overtired. Extreme fatigue makes them
an easier victim. T0o strenuous play, late hours, irregular schedules are
possible invitations to attack by polio. Avoid chilling. Don't stay too long
in cold water. Don't swim in polluted waters. Keep clean. Wash hands
before eating. Keep flies and other insects away from food. Don't leave
garbage uncovered.
Consult your family doctor as to the advisability of removal of tonsils
and adenoids, or other mouth and throat surgery, during the usual epi-
demic months.
Don't worry about expenses, if your doctor says it's polio! Get in
touch immediately with the Dade County Chapter of the National Foun-
dation for Infantile Paralysis telephone 3-4398 ... and costs of treat-
ment will be paid, in whole or in part, if you can't pay them yourself ..
REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR. Few families, even with sub-
stantial incomes, can meet the full cost. (These services are made possible
through your contributions to the March of Dimes.)
Be guided by sound medical advice. Do everything your doctor ad-
vises. Doctors agree that polio can best be cared for in hospitals. There
is no known cure for polio. Good medical care may prevent or correct
some deformities. Remember, most patients get well and with good care
the majority recover without crippling.
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Lejeune Rd. Coral Gables. Fla.
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. 1st St Miami. Fla.
JOSEPH LANGNER CONSTRUCTION
927 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach. Fla.
RALEIGH HOTEL
1777 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
On the Ocean bet. Lincoln Rd. and
15th St.. Miami Beach. Phone 5-7381
SATOY PLAZA HOTEL
425 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach. Fla.
SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL &
STEAMSHIP CO.
28 S. W. 4th St Miami. Ha.
ACME SUPPLY CO.
1905 N. W. 1st Ct. Miami. Fla.
MRS. R. R. COBIAN
1771 N. View Dr. Miami Beach, Fla.
EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT
3236 N. Miami Are. MiamL Fla.
FINCHER OLDSMOBILE MOTORS.
INC.
1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla.
HERMAN'S VALET FRENCH
CLEANERS & DYERS
1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami, Fla.
KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION
1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla.
MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK
1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach. Fla.
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami, Fla.
MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL
5565 Pinetree Dr. Miami Beach, Fla.
VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
1425 20lh St. Miami Beach. Ha.
VICTOR'S
Corai Way and 36th St.
Coral Gables, Fla.
JOSEPH A. BERMAN-Attorney
420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
DR. BENJAMIN COLEMAN
337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
CORSAIR HOTEL
101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
GREEN BROS."Brokers"
55 N. E. 24th St. Miami
JOHN E. PORTEAttorney
927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
MILTON WEISS
401 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
DULANEY'S oi MIAMI BEACH, Inc.
411 W. 41st Street
FRANK STRAWElectrical Contr'or
1236 N. E. 2nd Ave. MiamL Fla.
CAPT. J. A. GRENIER
463 41st St. Miami Beach. Fla.
HADDON HALL HOTEL
1500 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla.
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ART GALLERIES
1109 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach,
MRS. M. B. LEEDER
2962 Alton Rd. Miami Beach,
C. H. LYNE
FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.
105 09 N. W. 5th St. M^ m
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116 Collins Ave. Miami Beacn
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FBIDAY. MAY 30, 1947
Miss Frankel To Attend
Zionist Youth Confab
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel,
president of the Southeastern
region of Junior Hadassah and a
member of the Regional Zionist
Youth commission, will attend the
commission's first interstate
meeting Sunday, June 1, in At-
lanta, Ga. The meeting which
will be held at the Mayfair hotel,
will include on its agenda the
Section of officers and the ap-
pointment of committees for the
coming year.
Miss Frankel stated that among
the many discussions to be hold
will be the subject of "Wider
Participation of Youth in Zionist
Activities." She also stated that
the Zionist Youth commission is
a committee comprised of the two
regions of Junior Hadassah and
Hadassah, the Southeastern reg-
ion of the Zionist Organization
of America, Masada and the
IZSA.
Miss Frankel, upon termination
of her office as president of the
Greater Miami unit of Junior
Hadassah, was recently made
honorary president of the local
eroup at an installation diner-
dance which was held at the
Alcazar hotel.
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Jewish community
PAGE NINETEEN
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LEGAL NOTICE
_ w.iuuuniiy Of ,.N"TI;i:. IS HEREBY OIVKN that
nouywood, Fla., has been cited ".","l'l1""-'"";1 <<< enroled in busi-
^ted'r^v^^ b>- K HWf s^nsMssr 7.1
I bnitcd Jewish Appeal, according ""lnH
, io an announcement in the UJA
bulletin recently.
Avenue, Miami BeaohT'Dade
County, Florida, and Intend to register
c.^'" ./"""""" nam" ,n l'e office
TV. ,hV''''r.k ,ne Circuit Court of
munity in the United states to M foUoSK
EtLS*JE UJA *> was'
LEGAL NOTICES
New York State Supreme Court
Justice Meier Stoinbrink of
Brooklyn has been elected to his
first full term as national chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. Justice
Stoinbrink had been named last
September to fill out the term of
the late Sigmund Livingston of
Chicago, who served as tho head
of the organization for more than
33 years, until his death in Jane.
J the first in the country to com-
! "* lts campaign, and was the
tirst to complete payment of its
quota in full.
The quota set for the city's
drive had been $80,000 as com-
j Pared with $45,000 in 1946. The
board of trustees of the Holly-
, wood UJA allocated $100,000 and
: payment has alroady been com- I
pleted. A. J. Dimond is president I
BENJAMIN J. METERS,
Estate by tho entireties.
SARAH MEYERS,
^,-. El"110 ,IV ,n" entireties.
i-.I-.ORUE CJHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicant.
5/10-2J-S0 6/6-13
NOTICE! IS IIERERY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JERRY'S RESTAURANT, at 2H6 12th
Street, Miami Reach, Intend to reg-
sald name with the Clerk of
| payment has alroady been com- BoriSF"1' "an "a"e County'
pleted. A. J. Dimond is president I HENRY w. lawson
o the Hollywood Jewish Welfare SAM SILVER.8 LAW8N
federation. Other officers in-! Attorney for Applicants,
elude Albert E. Einstein, can- lyM^HERBM*
paign chairman; Lester K. All-|---------------------------------------------------
man. treasurer, and Stanley M .NOTICE is HEREBY given that
Beckerman, secretary he undersigned, desiring to engage in
_____ oct,eidiy. business under tho fictitious name of
I P8TA1 R 8 MANPFACTURER'S
t'l TLET, intends lo register the said
namo with the Clerk of the Circuit
I ourt of Dade County, Florida.
AUSTIN II. BURKE
VON ZAMFT & VON ZAMFT,
Attorneys for Applicnnte.
../16-23-.10 6/8-13
Jacob Schachier, director of
the Jewish Hour, WBAY radio
show Fridays at 11 and Sun-
days at 10 a. m., announces
that this Sunday, June 1st, his
program will feature songs by a
galaxy of Yiddish stars, includ-
ing Moishe Oisher, Molly Pi-
con, Aaron Lebedeff, Maxim
Brodin and Seymour Reckl-
zeit.
Miami Title & Abstract Co.
41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
TEL. 3-6661
Escrows Abstracts Title Insurance
TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF
KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO.
ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00
One of the Oldest TiMe Insurance Companies
In the United States
20 Years of Title Service in Dade County
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL HOTEL at 252 N. W.
1st St., Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Cour.ty,
Florida.
HARRY LADIN
MEYER LADIN
j/23-30 6/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAGIC- PLASTERING CO. at 416
N. E. 74th Street, Miami, intend to
register said namo with the Clerk of
the Oircult Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOE PALACINO
JOHN OIANGRECO
ALFRED KREISLER
Attorneys for Applicants.
818 SeyimM Kldg.
5/23-30 6/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
. N'O-l ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat
the undersigned, desiring engage In
wiv! "?& l!'" netlttou. name ot
MIAMI CAMERA MART and IU
KAMRAMART at 755 WashfnSton
Avenue, Miami Beaoh, Florida, intends
t register said name with the eWk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Plorlda, Thla business, formerh '',
Partnership between Ray II. Brown,
Jr. and Adolph A. Hollander, is now
operated by the undersigned as sole
.saa" :b'i'K;H A","-uxw:
Attoi m y for Applicant
10 6 8-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thm
the underslgi ed, rteslrli to engage li
business under tho fictitious name of
FRIEDMAN INVESTORS, at 70-72
west Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida
Intend to register said name win, the
Clerk "l" the Circuit Court of Made
County, Florida.
LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN
FKA.MEs PRII \| \\
LOTTIE FRIEDMAN
VppUoanM
MYERS, HEIMAN A K \pi.an.
Attorneys for Applicant*
' SO 6 J-l 1-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engo^ In
business under the fictitious name *
PAL'S PLACE, al B2S5 N. B. Second
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the clerk of
ih Circuit Court of Dade Cuuntn,
Florida
HARRY SELLER
JULIUS LEVINSKY
JAMES I>. FARRELL
MILLER \ PODELL,
Attorneys for Applicants.
:. '30 6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I X T K R AMERICAN INVESTMENT
INSTITUTE, at 1220 Blscayne BM,
Miami, l-'i i. intends tit register said
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Couny, Plot-Ida.
SAMUEL T. SAPIRO,
Sole Proprietor.
MYERS, HEIMAN A.- KAPLAN,
Atton eys foi Applicant.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 109(198
NOTICE TO APPEAR
SAMUEL BACKER and
ROSA BACKER,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
DAVID SOLO, etc.,
ct al.,
Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATB OF
FLORIDA:
TO THE DEFENDANTS:
Iiavih SOLO, 12-1 s. Utb St., Phila-
delphia, Pennsylvania;
Thomas P. BARRETT, (residence
unknown):
TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence
unknown);
PENN REALTY COMPANY, a die-
solved Florida Corporation, and
MYER MUCHNICK, ALEXANDER
FEIFER and GEORGE RUEBENS,
is surviving Trustees of Penn
Realty Company, a dissolved Flor-
ida Corporation;
An.I also ALL I'NKNOWN SPOUSES
OP SAID ABOVE NAMED DE-
FENDANTS, who mav he married:
And also ALL I'NKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASS!KN-
EES. LIENORS. CREDITORS. EX-
EC UTOH S, ADMINISTRATORS,
BtUSTEBS, oh OTHER CLAIM-
TS, claiming by. through, under
or against any of the above named
Defendants who may be dead and
not known to ho dead or alive, or
who is or may be dissolved:
And also ALL I'NKNOWN PARTIES
AND CLAIMANTS having or claim-
ing any right, title or Interest In
and to the property involved In this
cause, and hereinafter more par-
ticularly described as follows: to-
wlt:
The West 100 feet of lot IS In
Ult.ek "IB" of LAWRENCE ESTATE
LAND COMPANY'S SFRDIVISION.
according to the plat thereof recorded
In Plat Rook 2. at page 51 of the
Public Records of Dade Countv
Florida;
Vor \ND EACH OF YOU ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Ap-
pearance In the above styled oause
before the (It-cult Court of Dade
County, Florida, at the County Court
House In Miami, Dade County. Florida,
on or before the 9th day of June, 1947!
to a Rill of Complaint brought agnlnst
you by SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA
BACKER, his wife, for the purpose of
quieting and confirming the title to
the above described propertv In and
to the Plaintiffs. SAMUEL BACKER
and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the
allcgntlonn of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed by you
DATED this Sth day of May, 1947.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
D.ide douatv. Florida.
By P. J. O-OTTLD,
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ
911 Seybold Building,
Miami $2, Florida.
Solicitor for Tlalntlff.
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious same of
VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 N. W.
Seventh Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
'he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
This business, formerly a partner-
ship between Clarence J. Wallaoe 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
1* AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 190r.l
I In Re: Estate of BEULAH 1RWIN,
also known as BEULAH L. IRWIN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Clarms or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You nd 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. P. Planton, County Judge of Dade
County, and file the same In his office
In the County Courthouse In Dade
' mln'>'' .Plorlda, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Snld claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
tho claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same wHI
be barred See Section 120 of the 193S
Probate Act.
Date: April *th, A.D. 1947.
. .JFJ-TrON D TRWIN,
As Administrator of the Estate
of Beulah Irwln, alse known aa
silv^rI'kaplW."' deoeased-
DIETZ & LA SKY,
rSt02*H for Administrator.
>/y-io-2.i-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROSELI.E HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave..
Miami Bench, intend to register snld
namo with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Oountt', Florida.
HELEN CIIAUSKY
PAULINE ASTERN
ALFRED KREISLER,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-2J-20 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.D/EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS &
MAXWELL WATCH JEWELRY
REPAIR In Dade County. Florida.
Intend to register said name wltti the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Forlda.
BLANCHE TARLO
PHILIP TARLO
MARX FEINBERO,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/9-16-23-30 _____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.D/EN that
I the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l business under the fictitious name of
I THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127
.^. E 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F,"rMA- ALBERT BACHES
MTLTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attomev for Applicant.
;..'9.1-2J-30 6/8
.HNOTIfE TS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned. ADOLPH BRAM8.
,C1 ?.*.,'.? en*"aKe In business under
Th?^,,.cUn"R name of KNIGHT'S
PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 R W
!i!li32?et,.Ifkml' F'or|o'. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Florida U f Dade Count'-
LEO S7IEINERTKSP.H BRAMS
Attorney for Applicant,
1204-05 PaclHc Bide;.,
Miami, Florida.
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING,
at 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LEONA DENNETT
ANTHONY GAITO
WILLIAM L. PALLOT,
Attorney for Applicants.
5/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thflt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
SILVERS MARKET, at 1400 N. W.
th Court, Miami. Florida. Intend to
register mid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. "
MOE RERKOW1TZ
.____ ARNOLD HURVTTZ
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
^*.'n^S?.llxn.'1,'r tn* famous nanie of
Tr^'TATN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242
N. E. ,9th St.. Miami. Forlda. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Plorlda.
DAVE SATZ
SAMITEL HIRSCII
,-. .... "^NRY A. STEIN
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants
5/9-16-23-30 6/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tho 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 thot
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 Dade
County, Florida.
H. LEEB,
MARX FEINBBR*. "* 0wBr-
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N. Y. Bureau To Train
Jewish Social Workers
According to an announcement
by Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, there has recently
been organized in New York City
the Training Bureau for Jewish
Communal Service, which is of-
fering graduate training to those
individuals in Jewish social work
agencies and those seeking to be-
come affiliated.
This training bureau seeks
eligible applicants who are in-
terested in executive positions in
such Jewish agencies as hospitals,
aged care, bureaus of Jewish edu-
cation. Federations, welfare funds,
etc. The first group of appli-
cants will be considered May 31
and the first sessions will prob-
ably start early in June. The
purpose of this bureau is to pre-
pare outstanding people for lead-
ership positions in Jewish com-
munal service.
The curriculum will require 15
rronths of study on a full-time
basis and the course of study is
div.ded into three parts: three
months at the training bureau in
New York City, nine months of
supervised field work which may
be done in the community of resi-
dence or in an agency of that
community, and the final three
months again in New York City,
iptegrating and interpreting the i
fi. id work experience. The
courses and field work will be
on the level that will warrant
graduate credits. This course is
open to men and women. Candi-
dates are expected to have a
bachelor's degree from an ac-
credited college and must have
had at least seven years of ac-
ceptable experience after college
graduation, including a minimum
of three years in some communal
agency. Anyone interested in se-
curing further information on
training for leadership and execu-
tive positions in Jewish commu-
nal agencies may contact the Fed-
eration office.
To Return War Dead
The first remains of World War
II dead whose next of kin desire
ttieir return to the United States
for final burial will arrive in the
United States during October,
1947, according to Col. R. B.
Thornton, commanding officer of
the Atlanta general depot.
Colonel Thornton said that
original plans called for the re-
turn of remains in August, 1947.
but that shortages of critical ma-
terials had caused a delay in the
manufacture of caskets. The U.
S. Army transport Joseph V. Con-
nolly recently completed loading
at the New York port of em-
barkation the first caskets for
overseas delivery, and it is be-
lieved that production problems
have been solved, the colonel
added.
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Lazarus Chapter Dinner
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and the Steak House for the
chapter's installation dinner at
the Collins ave. restaurant on
June 4.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Mrs. Claire Goldstein,
Galax, Va who has been very
active in B'nai B"rith for a num-
ber of years.
Mrs. Sarah Piassick, fifth dis-
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PAGE TWENTY knisl fkridmn N. Y. Bureau To Train Jewish Social Workers According to an announcement by Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, there has recently been organized in New York City the Training Bureau for Jewish Communal Service, which is offering graduate training to those individuals in Jewish social work agencies and those seeking to become affiliated. This training bureau seeks eligible applicants who are interested in executive positions in such Jewish agencies as hospitals, aged care, bureaus of Jewish education. Federations, welfare funds, etc. The first group of applicants will be considered May 31 and the first sessions will probably start early in June. The purpose of this bureau is to prepare outstanding people for leadership positions in Jewish communal service. The curriculum will require 15 rronths of study on a full-time basis and the course of study is div.ded into three parts: three months at the training bureau in New York City, nine months of supervised field work which may be done in the community of residence or in an agency of that community, and the final three months again in New York City, iptegrating and interpreting the i fi. id work experience. The courses and field work will be on the level that will warrant graduate credits. This course is open to men and women. Candidates are expected to have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college and must have had at least seven years of acceptable experience after college graduation, including a minimum of three years in some communal agency. Anyone interested in securing further information on training for leadership and executive positions in Jewish communal agencies may contact the Federation office. To Return War Dead The first remains of World War II dead whose next of kin desire ttieir return to the United States for final burial will arrive in the United States during October, 1947, according to Col. R. B. Thornton, commanding officer of the Atlanta general depot. Colonel Thornton said that original plans called for the return of remains in August, 1947. but that shortages of critical materials had caused a delay in the manufacture of caskets. The U. S. Army transport Joseph V. Connolly recently completed loading at the New York port of embarkation the first caskets for overseas delivery, and it is believed that production problems have been solved, the colonel added. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotels, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 805 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" r 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 to look belter for longer periods. Phone 9-2818 1820 N. W. 1st Avo. *J.J.< ILOANE. FRIDAY, MAY 30l Lazarus Chapter Dinner Set For WednesdayFinal arrangements are being made between the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women and the Steak House for the chapter's installation dinner at the Collins ave. restaurant on June 4. Guest speaker for the evening will be Mrs. Claire Goldstein, Galax, Va„ who has been very active in B'nai B"rith for a number of years. Mrs. Sarah Piassick, fifth district president, women's division, will install the new officers. Mrs. Piassick is coming here from Atlanta especially to attend this affair. TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATOR" TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave. Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION! .- wf yS ,.* £NAL •• >.In The Largest, Finest, Most Modern Vault in Florid' There's no further need for you to worry about losing or misplacing your insurance policies, war bonds, Btocks, jewels or other valuables. Thousands of new safe deposit boxes are now available at your First .National Bank. We invite your inquiry about these boxes, and would like you to inspect the new and enlarged vault and Safe Deposit Department on our third floor. You will find many innovations specially designed for the safety of your possessions and for your comfort and convenience ... twenty new, private coupon booths and three conference rooms acoustically-treated walls and ceilings fluorescent lighting.. .complete, pleasant air conditioning throughout. And, of course, courteous clerks and guards to serve you. The new vault and Safe Deposit Department mark the eompletion of one of several new, progressive projects now under construction at your First National Hank. You are cordially invited to make full use of the many friendly services and complete modern lc ing facilities that are yours at Miami*) lest and largest -financial institution. TheHrsfNattonalBanl of Miami Miami's OUcst and Largest % Financia1 Institutio\ Established* 1902 • 101 East Flagler Stree| MCWl>er "•"'• Dep 9it '"'"" Corporation and Federal Reserve System



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PAGE SIXTEEN vjenisti fteridtt */; FRIDAY. MAY Dr. Sachar, Hillel Chief, Will Addess BB District Dr. Abram Sachar, national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, Washington, D. C, will bu the principal speaker at the convention of the Fifth District Grand Lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held at the St. Moritz hotel, Miami Beach, June 7-10. A noted historian and author. Dr. Sachar has had a long and outstanding career as an educator and director of youth organizations. The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations, under his national direction, are established on more than 133 university campuses in the United States, Canada and Cuba. These foundations serve the religious, cultural, social and inter-faith needs of Jewish students. The foundations have been hailed by university presidents and noted educators as a significant factor in advancing good relationships among university students of all faiths and in prepnr ing youth for participation civic life upon graduation. 30, 1947 in Poinciana Festival Will Hold Art Show Artists from throughout Florida — canvases, brushes, paints and easels in hand—will converge on Miami next week for the second annual statewide art exhibit and auction held in conjunction with the Royal Poinciana Festival. Express invitations have beer cxteided by Mrs. Philip Schlamp, chairman of the exhibit committee, to members of the Tamp? Art association, the St. Petersburg Art club, the Clearwater Art association, the University of Florida Art school and the John Rmgling School of Art at Sarasota, to send water color and oil prints to the exhibit. Mrs. Schlamp also B'NAI B'RITH PRESIDENT FRANK GOLDMAN pledged the support of the order to the American Heritage program and the forthcoming "Freedom Tram" at a White House conference in Washington arranged by the Department of Justice. Shown above (left to right) are Goldman. Attorney General Tom C. Clark. Winthrop W. Aldrich of the Chase National Bank, and William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor. Aldrich and Green are chairman and vicechairman, respectively, ai the board sponsoring the American Heritage program. The "Freedom Train" will be launched September 17. 1947. in Philadelphia and will visit 200 American cities. The nine-car train will carry the originals of historic American documents such as the Declaration of Independence. Bill of Rights, the Constitution of the United States and the Emancipation Proclamation. They will be placed on public display. Facilities Expanding At Mannheimer School Facilities for sixty additional resident students will be added to the Mannheimer School, 10? 1 Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach, this summer, according to an announcement by Milton R. Mannheimer, principal. The resident school was established this past summer at th revealed private academy, which was that the show this year will take founded in 1933. Other facilities on a national aspect because of to be added will be an auditorium se\eral paintings which will be and additional sleeping quarters, exhibited by Miss Jane Peterson : The school is operated by Mr. and Carl Folkes Sahlin, both of Mannheimer, a graduate of the New York. Miss Peterson is conUniversity of Miami, the Harvard sidered among the top five fern| Law School, and former graduate inine artists in the country today, student in education at the UniMr. Sahlin has toured the entire versity of Pennsylvania. Mrs. western hemisphere doing paintings on Indians and will have on exhibit here some new prints of Florida's native Seminoles. It is your duty as a citizen of Miami Beach to cast your ballot Tuesday. Sybil Mannheimer, graduate ot the University of New Hampshire, and formerly head of a high school history department in that state, is co-principal. Both hold graduate teaching certificates. Completely kosher conditions are maintained at the school. In the school year 1942-43, the peak enrollment for the Dade county school system was 37,986, while the peak enrollment ior the school year 194647 was 48,571, making an increase in enrollment to date of 10.588 students. The estimated increase for the school year 1947-48 over the present school year 1946-47 conservatively is 3.000 students, which will give a total increase of approximately 13,500 students for the estimated 1947-48 enrollment. Thirty students to a classroom will necessitate an additional 459 new classrooms, which would not include special departments such as cafeterias, libraries, home economics, manual training and additional lavatory facilities. Voters of Miami Beach CAST YOUR BALLOTS ON JUNE 3 It Is Your Duty To Vote &..! ELECT _.. J.C."Jack"Kimball Your CITY COUNCILMAN Kimball'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 Commitieeman, 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 Bends. Kimball is pledged, for low-price housing for Veterans, School Teachers, City Employees. He served in World War II as member U. S. Coast Guard Port Security. (Paid Political Advertisement) Vie? Frazer and Kaiser Asit our U | tra moo > rn thow room and in.pect the greatest of all postwar can, including ye famous custom-built Frazer Manhattan Model! Open 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Daily Except Sunday Phone 4-6088 W II I II II K \ 0T0H SILKS, \\[\ KAISER-FRA2ER AUTOMOBILES and complete irvic PONCE DE LEON BLVD AT lillti) HCiAD COKAI.GAHIIS B'nai B'rith Youth Groups Hold Installations Here Many B'nai B'rith youth groups are holding their installations of officers this month. The officers of the BBG of Miami Beach were installed last week at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, with a supper preceding the program. Mrs. Beatrice Finn was the installing officer. Mrs. Tina Katz, president of Sholem Lodge ladies' auxiliary, installed the officers of the Debbs BBYW at a dessert meeting at a local restaurant. A feature of the program was an illustrated talk on music given by Charles R. Jacob.-on. The home of Mrs. Carl Susskind was the scene for the installation of the officers of the Jems in the presence of the members' mothers. Mrs. Harry Kaufman, president of the Miami Beach auxiliary, carried out the ritual. The ALS will hold their installation this Saturday evening, May 31st, at a dinner at the Shelborne hotel with Mrs. Charles Feldman officiating. The DBG plan to install their officers at a luncheon at the Robert Clay hotel on Thursday, June 5th. w A CITY SHADE & BLIND CO WINDOW SHADES' All Sizes and Colors Made to Order While U Wok BRING IN row? 0U> ROLLERS AND SAVE 509 N. Miami Avenue Phone 9-0173 Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches. of the Beth David congregation, will conduct the weekly "Eternal Light" radio program this Sunday morning, June 1st. at 10:30 over station WIOD. Their subject will be "Eternal Vigilante." 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Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks LEO KISI;\STLKI\ • rhauu* Phone 5-7668 W '" Ve prom P t Personal Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 309 Lincoln Road I fl Miami Beach 11 Yeai-i of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach CHEF PAUL CATERING TO PARTIES, WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS BLACKSTONE HOTEL DINING ROOM 800 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 58 1811 BREAKFAST—LUNCHEON SERVED REGULARLY DINNERS—EVENING PARTIES ON REQUEST EDWARD HERR CANDIDATE FOR THE MIAMI BEACH CITY COUNCIL His Platform Is Your Welfare! EQUALIZATION OF TAXES • LOW PRICED HOUSING YOUTH CENTER • ENFORCEMENT OF MUNICIPAL ZONING LAWS For over 12 years a successful businessman offers his candidacy for the approval 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 of facilities for permanent residents. VOTE FOR EDDY HERR ON JUNE 3rd PJd Polities! Advertise mnt


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n ffEB^Jftg&Heiffi&iWlS^. % % % % %  PAGE EIGHTEEN vJenistncridlari raDAY^MAY 30, lH? ..* Your Memory Should /nv/fe Precautions %  • ; • •_ ; J Scientific investigations indicate that there will be no polio epidemic in Dade county this summer-such as last summer's terrible scourge-BUT your memory of that frightful period should cause parents to take every precaution. SUMMER IS THE CHIEF DANGER PERIOD! Call your doctor immediately, if any of these symptoms appear: headache, nausea, a cold, upset stomach, muscle soreness or stiffness, unexplained fever. Infantile paralysis (polio) starts in many different ways, most of them just like a lot of childhood diseases. BE N THE SAFE SIDE! Avoid new contacts. Try not to mingle with crowds. Local health authorities decide whether schools and other places may remain open. Don't let your children become overtired. Extreme fatigue makes them an easier victim. T 0 o strenuous play, late hours, irregular schedules are possible invitations to attack by polio. Avoid chilling. Don't stay too long in cold water. Don't swim in polluted waters. Keep clean. Wash hands before eating. Keep flies and other insects away from food. Don't leave garbage uncovered. Consult your family doctor as to the advisability of removal of tonsils and adenoids, or other mouth and throat surgery, during the usual epidemic months. Don't worry about expenses, if your doctor says it's polio! Get in touch immediately with the Dade County Chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis telephone 3-4398 ... and costs of treatment will be paid, in whole or in part, if you can't pay them yourself .. REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR. Few families, even with substantial incomes, can meet the full cost. (These services are made possible through your contributions to the March of Dimes.) Be guided by sound medical advice. Do everything your doctor advises. Doctors agree that polio can best be cared for in hospitals. There is no known cure for polio. Good medical care may prevent or correct some deformities. Remember, most patients get well and with good care the majority recover without crippling. • r l r BENNER BOX & PRINTING CO. Lejeune Rd. Coral Gables. Fla. G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. 1st St Miami. Fla. JOSEPH LANGNER CONSTRUCTION 927 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach. Fla. RALEIGH HOTEL 1777 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. ROYAL PALM HOTEL On the Ocean bet. Lincoln Rd. and 15th St.. Miami Beach. Phone 5-7381 SATOY PLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach. Fla. SOUTHEASTERN TERMINAL & STEAMSHIP CO. 28 S. W. 4th St Miami. Ha. ACME SUPPLY CO. 1905 N. W. 1st Ct. Miami. Fla. MRS. R. R. COBIAN 1771 N. View Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. EDITH & FRITZ RESTAURANT 3236 N. Miami Are. MiamL Fla. FINCHER OLDSMOBILE MOTORS. INC. 1740 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. HERMAN'S VALET FRENCH CLEANERS & DYERS 1390 S. W. 8th St. Miami, Fla. KENTON'S ELEGANCE IN FASHION 1045 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, Fla. MIAMI BEACH FIRST NAT'L BANK 1651 Alton Rd. Miami Beach. Fla. MILLER ELECTRIC CO. 400 S. W. 8th Ave. Miami, Fla. MRS. W. F. ROCKWELL 5565 Pinetree Dr. Miami Beach, Fla. VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 1425 20lh St. Miami Beach. Ha. VICTOR'S Corai Way and 36th St. Coral Gables, Fla. JOSEPH A. BERMAN-Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach DR. BENJAMIN COLEMAN 337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach CORSAIR HOTEL 101 Ocean Drive Miami Beach GREEN BROS.—"Brokers" 55 N. E. 24th St. Miami JOHN E. PORTE—Attorney 927 Lincoln Road Miami Beach MILTON WEISS 401 Lincoln Road Miami Beach DULANEY'S oi MIAMI BEACH, Inc. 411 W. 41st Street FRANK STRAW—Electrical Contr'or 1236 N. E. 2nd Ave. MiamL Fla. CAPT. J. A. GRENIER 463 41st St. Miami Beach. Fla. HADDON HALL HOTEL 1500 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. INTERNATIONAL FINE ART GALLERIES 1109 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach, MRS. M. B. LEEDER 2962 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO. 105 09 N. W. 5th St. M^ m NEM 2?i?Beach,Fl 116 Collins Ave. Miami Beacn NEW PIONEER HO* ^ 151 N. E. Ill St. """" 46 Belle Isle Miami** 125 Ocean 1200



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MAY 30, 1947 FRIDAY, ( J n ttoue Fund Drive Beth David Is Urged Thp drive for $525,000 being nducted by the Beth David rtnerefiation will be carried for23 intensively until July 1, Lording to an announcement by Hacry Markowitz, campaign chairman. UarKowito urged the camnaign's volunteer workers to ntinue their efforts until *he coal has been reached. He listed three major reasons for nushing the drive during the next six weeks, These were the aeed for early construction of a new building to take care of the congregation's growing membership; for building additional classrooms for the congregation's Sundav school and Hebrew school, and for getting in as many contributions as possible before the summer "quiet" period sets in. Several new campaign projects will be started shortly, he said, including the sale of $35 junior gift certificates through members of the youth and women's divisions, a coral anniversary dinner and a father-and-child breakfafst on Sunday. June 15. Louis Heiman, president of Beth David, announced that $200,000 has been raised thus far. Markowitz said that a campaign organization created under the direction of Milton S. Malakoff. drive director, consisted of the following: Blue Ribbon Division—Harry Markoiu, Jacob 3her, Max Bwarta, Oavld Hex, Burnell Roth. Moe Pelngolil ii and Dr. Jack Baltlfii. Special Assignment Division—Sidney Letcourl, Herbert Scher, Alexandei Btiebel, Stanley C. Myers, Louis •/. Aaron Polster and Harry First Division—Ben Essen, Sinn .1 Ahe Kaplan, B. Siuwman, v\ i'. in, n, Max Ooldenblank, Ben Kandel, David Sernaker ami Meyei Sill".i' 1/ Second DivisionBarnard Starling, Joseph Bennann, Alex Cohen, Frank Mm ray Cohen, Henrj Bhli i. Sol Rovin and Ed Safer. Third Division Jerry Alexander, Ben MarkowltS, Max Bcnrman, Abe Kassow, VI nnj Wesson unit Samuel Arrangements Committee Mrs. Jos, Bermann, Mrs Bernard Starling and .in. j Lefcourt. Publicity Committee—Mrs. Stanle) C Myers, Speakers' Bureau Mrs. Merry rim %  don, Mr.-. Harrj Albert, Mrs. Norman D.Jacobs, Mrs. Frank Hose and Mis. Alexander Btiebel Young Peoples' Division — .1 o r r y Rchulman, Prank A. Oreenberc Jimmy Gordon, Sluarl Lublt, Judy Myers, Ken Myers, Bstelle Greenbersj, Pred Bcher, t'hurles Rosenblatt ami I^>l> Shevln. Steering Committee—Loulfl Herman. Il,n I:-.-ii, Sidney I.cfiourt. Ilarr.v Its, Stanley C. Myers, Jacob Slur, s.iiu .1 Spector ami Bernard St. ..•.. *• kwisti fkrrWar Palm Beach Temple Fetes Four Coniirmants Lois Bell Simon, Sylvia Jean Kapner, Jackie Schocoff, and Harris Rosenwald comprised the class of confirmants who ware feted in ceremonies at the Palm Beach Temple Beth-El on Sunday, May 25, the first day of Shevuoth. Cantor Joseph Schocoff of New York officiated at the Shevuoth services of the temple. Cantor Schocoff, brother of the late Noah Schocoff. prominent congregation member, also officiated at Sabbath services. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, was a recent guest in Palm Beach, and spoke before a local Zionist Organization meeting. Among the confirmants at Tempi* Israel was Stanton Goldman, ^ of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldman, old-time residents of Palm Beach. PAGE FIVE The first Hebrew Bible under exilii.uely Jewish auspices will be published under ,., arrsnsemrni betweeni the Hebrew University Press Association (Jerusalem) and the Jewish Pukliration Society of Amerira. The Hebrew text, based on the oldeM Masoretic manuscripts, prepared by the eminent Hebrew scholar. Prof. Untberto GsiSUtO of the Hebrew University, will be used for the Hebrew edition, and the Jewish Publication Society translation lor the Hebrew-English edition: J7 The type-setting, using a new Hebrew type face designed by the fjebrew University I rest Association, will be done in Philadelphia at the Press'o'f the Jewish Publication Soriety. The Hebrew Bible will be printed in Palestine, ami the Hebrew-English Bible in Vmerirs, The photograph shows the signing r.f the rontrart. in the offices ef the Anierisan Friends of the Hebrew University. 'Sealed from L. lo R.) Mr. A. Ibn-Sahav, Honorary Manager of the Hebrew University Press Association, representing l)r Jndah I. Msgnes, President of the Hebrew University; J. SollS-Coben, Jr President of the Jewish Publication Soriety of America; 'tlnndingl Mr Samuel B Finkel. Director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and Mr Maurice Jacobs, Executive Vice-President of the Jewish Publication Society. BB District Convention To Draw 500 Delegates (Continued from Page 1) a scries of forums and sympoDab u Papa a < Born on May 26th, in Chicago Lyrng-In hospital, Susan Jo, slums on youth, community rela-! ,. ... ., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tions, veteran service, education and philanthropic activities. It is expected that Louis Heiman, Miami attorney, first vice president of the Fifth District, will succeed Isaac Gradmars as president. The Miami Beach Lodge and Shnlem Lodge of Miami arc convention hosts. Convention committee members from Dade county are: registration, Jerome Frcchling, Fred Grossberg and Joel Newman; reception, Milton A. Friedman. Sidney Lewis, Leo Chaikin and Jack August; transportation, Sidney Aronovitz. Irving Saal, Nat Hurewitz and Sol Goldstrom; special affairs, John Kronenfeld, Michael M. Isenbeig, David Emmer and Jack Abbott; publicity, C. RJacobson, Ray Redman, Harry Schwartz, Ike Levin; finance, Marx Feinbcrg, Eli Hurwitz, Alex S. Cohen, Dr. Maurice Serotta and Sigfried Geismer; women's convention committee, Mcsdames Jennie Gor. don. Tina Katz, Ann Kaufman, Josic Goldstrom. Beverly Bicker, Frances Giller, Maxine Reinhard and S. B. Miller. Hantman. The father is the son of Mrs. Stella Hantman, 1260 S. W. 5th st., Miami. LEGAL NOTICES Red Mogen David Sets First-Aid Post NEW YORK (JTA3—A Red Mogen David first-aid station will be built in the Negcv to service the 23 Jewish settlements already established in the southern desert area of Palestine, it was learned here, with the announcement of a gift of two ambulances to the medical center The station will also serve At abb and Christians in the vietaity. The ambulances, which arc do nated by the Jewish Labor Committee, were formally handed over to the American division ot ( the Red Mogen David at a public ceremony. IN TIIK ('lltniT COflfl' ok' THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, UN CHANQBRV. No. 108612 MORRIS WE1NUERO. Plaintiff, VS. DOHA WEINBERG, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION T< l: DORA WEINBERG, ADDRESS INKNi A\ \. You are hereby notified that en! action for divorce has been filwi < against you. Sou ;>ro required to Hie ,i ntrltten Appearance personally or by attornej with the Clerk or the I above styled C i. said Appsaranee to bo tiled on June 80th, INT, and, thereafter to file your written defenses, If any. in default of your wi I appearing a decree pro oonfesso will be enten 'I against you. Dated this 88th day of May, 191.. B. B. LEATHERMAN, n,,ik of the Circuit Court By: W, M STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. BURNETT HOT 11, 412 Congress ltldu.. Attorney for Plafntlff. i/S0 8 8-13-S0-2T NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the undcrslRiied, desiring to einsane in business under the fictitious name or WORLD WIDE IMPORTING & EXI'oltl'I.N"'", CO., at 1..UC N. Miami Aye., Miami, Florida, intends to register %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit curt of Dade County. Florida MAURICE C. COHEN Sole Owner. WILIJAM L. I'ALLOT Attorney for Applicant .'./16-23-39 6/1-13 i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 11TH .II'DICIAL CiltCL'IT IN TOR DADE COUNTY, FLOP OF THE IN AND Kolt DADE CO rLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 109494 ORDER OF PUBLICATION PAULINE GOREN. Plaintiff. MORRIS GOREN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MORRIS GOREN. IX Fort Washington Avonue Apartment 10-C .._ u \ ,vv Yoik 82, New \orl* Clerk Of Clrcull Court. By F. .1. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER. Solicitor for rialntiff. i -.ingress BldgMiami. Florida. S 16-H-I0 / Jewish Conference Successor Is Outlined (Continued from Page 1) its departments, intergovernmental agencies and the United Nations, and in all public relations connected therewith. The •rganization shall endeavor to cooperate with the organized Jewish communities of ofcher countries and with such international Jewish agencies as are or may be established. "In all matters affecting the rights and status of the Jewish people with regard to Palestine and its upbuilding, the organisation shall endeavor to cooperate with the Jewish Agency for Palestine and may request organizations and agencies engaged in activities i n this field in the United States to submit reports periodically. "In the defense of Jewish rights in the United States and in opposing all anti-democratic forces and tendencies in American life and in combatting antiSemitism in all its forms, the organization shall act through recognized Jewish agencies, affiliated with the organization, operating in these fields, without affecting their autonomy, it being understood that such agencies shall be invited to report to the organization periodically in order that the organization may be in a position to consider their policies and work, and recommend proposals to promote their objectives. "In the field of overseas relief and rehabilitation, the organization shall act through recognized Jewish agencies, affiliated with the organization, operating in these fields, without affecting their autonomy, it being understood that such agencies shall be invited to report to the organization periodically in order that the organization may be in a position to consider their policies and work, and recommend proposals to promote their objectives." Chicago City Council Passes Tolerance Act CHICAGO (JTA).—The Chicago city council has passed an ordinance forbidding the printing or posting of racist literature. The measure provides a maximum of six months imprisonment or a fine up to $200 for exposing an individual or racial or religious group to hatred or ridicule "so as to endanger the public peace." It will not affect newspapers and bona fide periodicals. Palestine Arms Raid Jails 12 Colonists JERUSALEM (JTA)—Twelve Jews were arrested and detained at the Latrun camp following the discovery of a quantity of explosives at the Shouni colnoy, between Benjamina and Haifa. The police cordoned off the area and screened 53 persons in the Revisionist settlement. They discovered 72 sticks of gelignite, seven mines and various other material used in the manufacture of bombs and landmines. I J8&? AUGUST BROS RYC lithe OtST let**" ft PVvone MJ* 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 1st till Oct. 1st EXCELLENT FOOD Golf : Horseback Riding 1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS" As cm American citizen, it te your patriotic duty to cast your ballot Tuesday at Miami Beach. VOTE FOR WM. (BILL) BURBRIDGE FOR CITY COUNCIL 12 Years of Constructive Service as a Miami Beach City Councilman justifies another term. Psld Political Advertisement



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_ -. i^' *%'-;;.fc;!!K 11 I '' 9 BffiSSB^BSBSSn 9 9 F proAY, M AY 30, 1947 -Jew 1st fkiictotn PAGE FIFTEEN "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. VIEWS ON PALESTINE: With a, United Nations inquiry com££n scheduled to start its ^nrk next week, it can be prenV^ly that it will not pre? d f n f a unified report to the SepKber session of the General Jinbly There will prob,blv be a majority and a minority JpDort %  %  zionist l eaders tnouRh It-.ted over Gromyko's declarator, on the rights of the Jews to a state of their own are nevertheless inelined to believe that Z key to the solution of the Palestine problem lies in the Lnds of the United States Some of the leaders of the Jewish jLencv consider Gromykos statement too vague Of course, he came out for a bi-national state," they argue but he was not specific as to the right of' Jews to immigrate without restrictions into such a state" ... "Yes, he also favored partition, but what kind of partition?" With these questions in mind, some of the Zionist leaders feel that the voice of the United States at the U. N. session in September will count more than anv other factor This opinion is especially strong among American Zionist leaders ... At the same time, the American members of the Jewish Agency consider Gromyko's statement as being of "tremendous political significance" quite apart from the fact that it constitutes a reversal ,of the Russian policy on the Palestine question They claim ;tliat Gromyko knocked the props lorn from under the argument usmally advanced by the British (government and by officials of cur own state department that iy pro-Jewish stand by the U. S. government would drive the Arab states into Russia's arms After Gromyko's speech, they point oxrt, it is no longer possible for Mr. Bevin and some of the members of the state department to conjure up the Russian bogey in order to frighten public opinion, which is clamoring for action on Palestine • • • DOMESTIC ISSUES: Responsible Jewish organizations in the United States are being asked to clarify their attitude towards fund-raising "ads" which are being placed by groups who claim Jo support Jewish extremists in Palestine ... It is known that some of these "ads" have resulted in a flood of protests on the part of non-Jewish readers to the editors of the American newspapers in which they were published and these protests constitute no asset to the Jews of the United States While the state department is refraining from taking action which the British ambassador has urged against the organizations responsible for the "ads," a joint statement on the part of Zionist and non-Zionist groups, speaking in behalf of American Jewry, | pected There is heavy betting among the members of the Zionist Organization of America as to who is going to be its next president And the majority consider Dr. Emanucl Neumann the best bet Especially since Or. Abba Hillel Silver is campaigning for him ... It seems hat there is not much love lost between the Hadassah leaders and the leaders of the Z. O. A. This can be gathered from the behind-the scene manipulations of some of the Hadassah leaders to prevent Dr. Silver from being the principal speaker at the United Nations last month Other indications to this effect can be seen in a report by Mrs. Rose Halperin to the Hadassah executive, which she represents at the Jewish Agency • BETWEEN COVERS: Many books have been written on the degree of guilt of the German people in the annihilation of the the Jews in many lands during the Nazi regime And discussions are still being held on whether the German nation can be held collectively responsible for the extermination of the more than 6,000,000 Jews in Europe ... The best-documented answer to this question can be found in Victor H. Bernstein's "Final Judgment" just published by Boni & Gaer ... A penetrating analysis of the Nuremberg trial>which the author covered as an AmerMISS MIRIAM SALES of New York has been named administrative secretary of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, national organization ot the conservative rabbinate. Rabbi Bernard Segal, executive vice presidenl of the assembly, has announced. Miss Sales, born in Berlin, re-joined her family in this country in 1943 after living three years in Palestine. Until her appointment, she served as administrative secretary of the Rabbinical School of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. man diplomats abroad, citing Father Coughlin as an example of what can be achieved by intensive anti-Jewish activities in the field of propaganda Incidentally, this document reveals the Nazi stand on formation of a Jewish state in Palestine "Germany must regard the formation of a Jewish state as dangerous, which even in miniature would form just the same type of operational base as the Vatican for political Catholicism." the order to the German diplomats says The task of German foreign policy, the document explains, is to further the wave of anti-Semitism in the democratic countries, hence Germany "is very interested" in maintaining ispersal of the Jews in these 1 countries rather than to see them eoi centrated in a country of their own Jewish readers will find Bernstein's book extremely valuable both from the viewpoint of contemporary history and of an approach to post-war Germany. the Jewish labor unions Our congratulations go also to the Jewish Publication Society which is entering its 60th year The splendid record of the society in disseminating Jewish culture reeds no comment David Schwartz, JTA's columnist, has done it He finally surrendered to the pleas of many of his readers and friends to publish some of his columns of everlasting interest in book form ... The volume, entitled "Bitter Herbs and Honey," will be off the press this week Anyone interested in the Jewish resistance movement in Palestine, should read "Palestine Underground" by J. Borisov, just published by the Judea Publishing Co. in New York ... It tells the story of the Jweish resistance In the light of available information, published and unpublished ican coi resp indent, the book is not only of considerable literary value, but also of historic value • • It presents well-docunv evidence to show thai the average German was well await' of the mass-murder of Jews, although he now pretends to have known nothing about them The chapter "Twentieth-Century Calvary" containing official German reports and orders on massextermination of Jews in the countries occupied by the German army no doubt will be quoted and requoted when the history of the greatest orga mass-n urd< r in the world is written by historian.and from a long • ive One document in this chapter should be of special interest to Americans ... It is a communication to GerRUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD CANTOR Seeks Position for High Holy Days Ex G.I. Operatic Baritone Beautiful Musical Service Reply J.S.. Box 2973. 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PAGE TEN *Jewistncrldtori INSTALLS CHIEFS By CHARLOTTE BLUMBERG "Sympathy without actions is fruitless and the Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress is going to act." emphasized Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. newly elected president, at the second annual installation luncheon held at the Robert Clay hotel Wednesday. Acting as installation officer was Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida division of AJC. who installed Mrs. Stepkin. president; Mrs. Joseph Fine, honorary president; Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Sidney Bowningcr. Mrs. Jerry Goldman. Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mrs. Lenore Curtice, first.': second, third, fourth and fifth vice presidents, respectively; Mrs. Jack Schieff, recording secretary; Mrs. Sidney Alterman. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Amos Benjamin, financial secretary, and Mrs. A. Ladd, treasurer. Twentythree board members were also officially installed. Because UNRRA has taken over the responsibility of rehabilitating European children, the Miami chapter of AJC will undertake to re-locate displaced persons of Europe as the 1947 project, according to Mrs. Supkin. This task will be carried out by means of an official list of displaced persons in camps (Stondin,. leH ,0 H*hO Mrs. £*% £^^J^2^jti£^ Joseph M. Fine, honorary Present. 5S*£ left to rf,M Mrs. Leanore Curtice, vice presiAlterman. correspondmg secretary. J Seated; letl to g pre sident; Mrs. Sidney L^eSr MTW iSXStt^-* Mrs. Amos Beniarni, financial secretary. AJC; Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, Miami book reviewer; Mrs. Sol Leslie, honorary president of Miami Beach chapter of AJC; Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president of Pioneer Women, and Mr. Sarr Silver, president of Sholem lodge. B'nai B'rith. and president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center. Mrs. Mark Kaplan, chairman | of the luncheon, was assisted by Mrs. Joseph Mondres, program chairman. abroad. Persons who have l'>st track of loved ones may seek aid through this service. Rabbi Murray Grauer. of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, delivered the invocation and outlined the four plans liefore the United Nations to solve the Palestine problem. "People fiflht for what they lack."' stated Rabbi Grauer. "The Jewish people lack a home and they will inevitably fight to obtain one.'" •Italian Street Song." Irving r 's "The House I Live In" and "Anniversary Song" were of[ ( ed by Mr. Milton Rubin, ac1 by Mrs. Helen Gerld. Guests at the luncheon included Mrs. Max Katz, president of Sholem lodge women's auxiliary, B'rith; Mrs. Norman Jacobs, lent of Beth David Sisterh i: Mrs. Clarence Cohen, president of Miami Beach chapter of Nameless Hadassah Group Organized at M W| The formation of a new „ K ter of Hadassah ,n the film^ was the subject of a rec ^T ing attended by 20 il WU women and presided ov£&E Benjamin B. Goldstein ,7 -f Senior HadasShT'-STtt The new group, which has not chosen a name, elected temper"! I officers at the meeting. Thev ,? Mrs. C. Leon Shalhfwav p ^ dent; Mrs. Irving Fien, 1 1 president; Mrs. Irving Blast* !" financial secretary; Mrs. Seta.' luntsky. recording secret, Mrs. Arthur Fishman, com' roonding secretary; Mrs. j ose J Pomerantz, treasurer, and Mrs Abe Berish, publicity director Senior Hadassah representa-1 tives are Mrs. Julius Mufson, Mrs. Arthur Fishman and Mrs. Sam Rubin. The next meeting of the group has been set for Monday, June 9 at 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mn Pomerantz, 1957 Marseilles dr. Normandy Isle. Yiddish Radio Show Starts On WINZ Sunday Lazar Ros, nstein, renowned folk singer, will be the guest star on the first broadcast of the Yid-I dish Classical Hour, scheduled for this Sunday, June 1st, overI WINZ at 12 roon, according to M. Nasatir, program director. Other features on the new show, which will be broadcast weekly at the same time, will be Moishe Oi.-hor, Iza Kramer, and| Seymour Rechtzeit. 'NEW DEAL" SEEN IN 1947 SCHOOL BILL Tha new school bill signed into law by Governor Caldwell Tuesday. May 20. will give the school children of Florida a "new deal" in education, according to Colin English, state superintendent of public instruction. The Florida school head, long an advocate of the provisions of the new bill, hailed the measure as one of the greatest, "if not the greatest." steps ever taken in the field of education in the history of the state. The heart of the new program is the minimum foundation program which attempts to assure equality of opportunity for the Florida school-child regardless of the wealth of the county he lives in. TEL AVIV.—At the 12th annual conference of the Audit Union of the Consumer.-' ( erative Societies which opened here this week it was reported that the year 1946 was one of rapid growth for the consumer cooperative movement in Palestine. Both the membership and turnover of these societies med by over 30 per cent lUl iiing the year. The 102 const! cooperative stores in the smallholders' settlements, vil Workers' suburbs and town day have an aggregate membership of 30.000 who with families represent a total >l 105 000 consume: S. Protests by the Jewish Agency office in London to the British Colonial Office have elicited the explanation that this Jewish development in the Negev would be interpreted as an attempt to change the status quo there before the United Nations reaches a decision on the Palestine problem, and might thus prejudge the issue. Accordingly, it was ruled that the project could not be continued at this lime. S. J. 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-JewlstncrMton P">AY. lttT 1947 Monday Night Rally Expected To Climax Miami Beach Council Race Fourteen aspirants lor the five soats on the Miami Beach city council are preparing this weekend to wind up a campaign which has been marked by heated controversy among the candidates and their immediate followers, and by a remarkable apathy, in view of charges made, on the part of the general electorate. Disclosures of alleged fraudulent registrations, and charges made by some candidates against the incumbent administration have failed, it is generally agreed, to arouse more than a perfunctory interest in the outcome o! the elections on Tuesday, June 3rd. The allegations of fraud, first disclosed by the accusation o! City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson, that one Louis Schwartz, ex-bondsman, had paid for fraudulently obtained registration slips, hav< thus far failed to load to official action, except for an investi gation by the county solicitor'.. office. Most quarters doubted. however, that any sensational developments would take placbefore polling time. Meanwhile, a series of rallies, meetings, parties and testimonial dinners for the candidates brought reiterations of their platforms in semi-final attempts to awaken some interest on the pan of the voters in the outcome ol the race. A rally at which all the candidates will speak has been set for Flamingo Park on election ere. Monday night. June 2nd. Here is a brief summary of the candidates and their platforms The two receiving the gn number of votes will serve as councilmen for four years, while the remaining three are elected for two vears each. ment of municipal zoning laws and a youth center. JAMES P. JEFFRES Also operator of a dress shop and a native of Baltimore. Jeffres has I eer a resident here since 1988. He was formerly in the hotel busini ss. Jefl'res is an Elk and a member of the Flamingo Democratic club. The mam plank in his platform is a i evision of current zoning regulations. THERESA KANTER A graduate of St. Lawrence university law school and a native of N' Police and fi '' boat The candidate was instrumenx %  r > '•""' waterfront, preftal in the construction of the new r r ,u --'" veterans in city jobs. 41st st. bridge, the installation i : '/ ; : '"" ," : "flapping sewers on Normandy Isle, the erection of off-the-street parking facilities, and the construction a new reservoir. He has supPhotographed as he interviewed Miami'* representatives on veterans' affairs (above) is Harold Turk, recently a delegate to the national convention in Washington of B'nai B'rith, Left to right. Senator Claude Pepper. Turk. Senator Speesard Holland, and Representative George Smothers. WILLIAM BURBRIDGE Now an incumbent. Burbridgi has served on the council for 12 departments, and establishment of a city yacht basin. DR. MAURICE KLEIN s %  nd candidate endorsed by ported action to reinstate returnt l i Vet. i in Association ing servicemen in the city's penKlein has been a resident here sion system and to receive stati f 0 i i, Hi was twice cornauthorization for the construction mander of the American Legion of a hospital, library and audip os t mmander of the tonum on the municipal golf Greater Miam J. %  W Vetcourse, ans and chairman of the AmeriSAM GOLD committee of the Legi >n Defeated in the 1945 election. ''"'' ""' Beach Elks. Gold, a business broker, is found .,."'" ls an Bik a membei ol er of the Miami Beach Tenants' B nai P. ntn Y MHA, Civic LeaLeague. He is a native of Baltigu K,ll -"<* of Pvthias, M more and has lived here five and and v,ce President of the Beth a half years. Jac '" congregation. Gold is a member of the Elks. During the w as chief air the Miami Beach Chamber of i: (1 Beach, he Oommerce, Knights of Pythias. waa cited by Washington f B'nai B'rith and the Anglers' Banizing the best dim-out on the c lub. Atlantic coa Chief plank in his platform i A Pharmacist by profe! a program of medium-cost nousKlein's pli ing for veterans and year-round %  / t u,v foi Miami Bi ich residents. In this connection, he rate county and a low-cost vetrecently called for the establisherans' housing program, ment of rent control on Miami •*„-.„ Beach in the event that OPA n MARCIE LIBERMAN control is removed tne ">cumbent councilHe also favors a separate coun-!""'".', n "" 1 '"' %  L 'berman is vice ty health department for the P. reM ? en f the Mercantile NaBeach; better lighting in residen"", bank which n father tial districts; better police coverl "" n,if 1 Owens came here from Brunswick, Ga. He is an Elk, a Knight of Columbus, a director of the Catholic Welfare Bureau, and past officer of the Normandy Isle Property Owners' Association. He advocates "government run on a business basis," increased police and fire protection,. and reduction of tax millage. RALPH C. POLE Pole is another incumbent councilman. He served as peace justice from 1932 to 1944, and municipal court judge before that. He has been a resident of Miami Beach for 23 years and is a native of Philadelphia. A veteran of World War I, he formerly managed the Spanish Village for the Roney interests. Pole is an American Legionnaire, a member of the Miami Beach Community church and the Masons. He believes that the council "has done a pretty good job," and is running on his record. MELVIN J. RICHARD The stormy petrel of the campaign, Richard is the third endorsee of the veterans' group. He also has the endorsement of John Levi, veteran councilman, who withdrew from the campaign Riciiard is an attorney and served two years ts an associate municipal judge before resigning to enter the Navy. He is the only World War II veteran in the race, and has been a resident here since 1925. Richard is past president and now director of the Miami Beach Youth Center, an Elk. a member of R'nai B'rith, chairman of the Miami Beach chapter of the American Veterans Committee, a member of JWV, Junior Chamber of Commerce and other organizations. Richard has called for veterans' low-cost housing, and "regulation of gambling to bar racketeers with criminal records." LOUIS F. SNEDIGAR Snedigar is a current councilman and was four times mayor of the Beach. He is a native Floridian and has lived here for 28 years. An attorney and real estate broker, he has two sons. He is an Elk, member of the Dade County Bar Association, and other civic and fraternal groups. He has no platform other man past performance. HAROLD TURK An attorney, Turk has been a resident of the Beach for the past 10 years, coming originally from New York. He is married and the father of three children. He is a member of the Miami Beach Bar association; the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Methodist Expansion and Service Fund, the YMWHA, the Beach youth center and president of the metropolitan council of B'nai B'rith. In addition, he is past president of B'nai B'rith, an Elk, and a member of the Chamber of Commerce, Temple Beth Sholem, the ZOA and the Beach Jewish Community Center. Turk has received the endorsement of many Miami Beach civic leaders and of Harry Zuckernick, former candidate. He was recently a delegate of the B'nai B'rith seventh district to the national convention of the order in Washington. His platform calls for additional bathing beaches, parks and recreational facilities, a separate county, a health department and the establishment of a long-ranje planning commission for the city. FRANCES O. WARRINER Mrs. Warriner is a realtor and has been a resident for 14 years. She is a native of Houston. Texas. She is a member of the Miami and Miami Beach Boards of Realtors, both Chambers of Commerce, and the League of Women Voters. Mrs. Warriner advocates a separate postoffice for the Beach, elimination of parking meter operation during the summer, increased playground and recreational facilities, and a child welfare program. AUGUST BROS R n *^ 13 the BEST? TJ, ru age; and additional playgrounds, public beaches, and recreational areas. EDWARD HERR Campaigning on the slogan, "Don't vote for him. Vote for Herr!" this candidate has been owner of a Beach dress shop for 13 years. He is formerly from Atlantic City and came here in 1934. An Elk, member of the Beach Civic League, Chamber of Commerce. B'nai B'rith and the business division of Red Cross, Herr is married and has a daughter. He advocates low-cost housing, equalization of taxes, the enforceLiberman won his p., council post in 1943. He advocates the extension of facilities at the Miami Beach Public Library, with the allocation of cits funds for this purpose; a sepa•aio postoffice for Miami Beach. street improvements, modernization of. street lighting and storm sewer additions; a police sub-station in the North Beach area, and the extension of recreational facilities, including a new baseball park, a football Btadium and more playgrounds. EDWARD H. OWENS A real estate broker and a resident of the area for 13 years. Quality 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 We are submitting for the FIRST time since we are in existence a slate that we know is the best. 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:: f?W*53$^-3&~£-~l^Zu 'i*&i ^H BWWTO^ fff^BtP ^^^a^wKHK PAGE EIGHT aefct 9-Jewlstnu-kHan FRIDAY, MAY Your Friends URGE YOU TO ELECT HAROLD TURK Your Candidate for City Council JUNE 3rd PULL .LEVER 13 First For TURK All of These plus Thousands More —With YOUR VOTE Will Elect HAROLD TURK R. C. Lohmeyer Alfred Lesser Calhoun Saul Thomas O'H. DuPree Dr. Maurice Rose Tillman Maxwell Walter C. Kovner lack Burris Harold Zinn Lawrence Hoffman Alfred Stone Joseph M. Rose Max Friedson "Mike" Robbins Mrs. Irving Cypen Mrs. Minnie E. Goldman Mrs. Salina Adler Mrs. Jean Raab Mrs. Benjamin Appel Mrs. Rose Solinsky Mrs. Fay Simms James Townley E. N. Henry N. Ginsberg Dr. Dennis P. Quittner Henry Allendorf Fred Quittner Irving Blasberg Mrs. Ruth Goodman Mrs. I. H. Goldman Mrs. Ruth Wieeen Mrs. Kay L. Priel Mrs. Annetta Tishman Sam Solovey Joseph Oritt Phil Romer Sidney Margolis Benjamin Appel Max Shiek Robert Black M. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scheafer Melvin Grossman Mrs. M. E. Rosenberg Mrs. Sylvia Sooten Mrs. Freda Bernstein Mrs. R. Guenberg Mrs. Betty Feuer Mrs. Gladys Ankers Mrs. Freda Shifman Norton Pallot Mrs. Ethel Resnick Nathan Berkowitz Edward F. Bond Mrs. Nola Eisenstem Mrs. Lillian Kraff Mrs. Ben Serrant Mrs. J. J. Hushman Mrs. Ella Goodman Mrs. H. I. Magid Harold Rose David Schwarzman Harold Vincent Ben Myers Irving Scherr Joseph Shapiro Al Chekanow Lon Pallot Jack Pomerantz Harry Barnhard Mrs. Ella Silverstein Mrs. Joel P. Newman Mrs. Ann Kaufman Mrs. Eve Brenner Mrs. W. C. Kovner Mrs. Rose Fein Mrs. Ada Joseph Leon A. Rappe Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lowenthal Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. L. Margules James L. Chapman Edward Knobel Jack Fishman Robert L. Turchin Sallie Alexander Mrs. Max Paul Mrs. David Dogoloff Mrs. Ruth L Glatt Bernice Dogoloff Mrs. Lili Duntov Mrs. J. Freeman Edward H. Levin Joseph H. Witt Dr. Edward W. Mencher Paul Chentoff Maurice Horowitz Sidney Fidlon Noel Bring Simon Englander Mrs. Belle Goldstrich Mrs. J. Hirsch Emanuel Joseloff Charles Goldberg Louis Seligman Floyd Williams Chester Krone Mr. and Mrs. Selkin Sam Beneckson Arthur De Gutz Joe Epstein Leonard Wien Dr. Donald Michnoff Michael Greenbaum Mrs. Blanche Rosenthal Mrs. J. H. Witt Mrs. Gertrude Bamberg Mrs. Frances Cooper Mrs. Bessie Epstein Mrs. J. H. Day George Bertmam Dr. Leo Grossman WAT€H FOR THE LEA Myron Stanton Robert L. Sprintz Edward A. Platkin Thomas Crouse Emanuel Goldstrich Milton Pepper Mrs. Evelyn Horenbein Bernard Robbins Mrs. Alice Carter David Catsman Isaac Waubeiner Max Kantor William Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Barney Rusher Dr. Aaron J. Cohen Bob Vetter Dr. Stanley Frehling Jacob Dorf Aaron Farr Mrs. S. A. Dogoloff Mrs. Lillian Oritt Mrs. Freda Newman Mrs. Essie Freeman Mrs. Irving Marcus Dr. Seymour B. London David B. Isen Allan Roth Leo Swartz Emile J. Schenk Arthur M. Kahn A. A. Rothstein Albert L Kahn Larry Hoffman Seymour Rubin Mrs. Elsie Mayser Ray Sterling J. Samuels Ed Sevin Milton Waubeiner George Feuer Philip Lefkowitz DER! (Paid PoliJical Adwtiiemeni by F n



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PAGE TWELVE *Jfefofl/fctf*jgg AJC Women's Group Changes Name At Meet The name of the Miami Beach Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, was changed officially to the Florida Women's Division of AJC at a board meeting of the organization held at the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser. on May 19th, it was announced this week. Named as committee chairmen of the group were: membership. Clara Goldenberg; fund raising. Mrs. Joseph Fine; organization, Mrs. Mark Kaplan; commission on law and social action, Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman; bitter human relations. Mrs. Joseph Mondres; affiliations, Mrs. Sam Prosterman; publicity, Mrs. Hannah Grossman; speakers' bureau. Rose Keiss; education. Mrs. Leonard Kimball; and location and service, Mrs. Leonard Barr. The group was informed that listB of Jewish survivors in Europe would remain at Mrs. Glasser's home imtil Mrs. Barr could find a centrally-located point for them. The lists, open to anyone searching for missing relatives, include the surviving Jews in Czestochowa, Kielce District: Lublin, Prztmsl and Warsaw; the register of Jewish survivors in Poland, comprising 58,000 names; the register of surviving Jews in other European countries; the register of Jewish refugees in Yugoslavia and Italy; Sharit-HaPlatah; and the Jews liberated from German concentration camps who arrived in Sweden in 1945. Resolutions on pending legislation were sent by the group to President Truman. Senators Holland and Pepper, and Representative George Smathers. WoofFoTldle DP's Aim Of Kadimah Drive Collection stations for the gathering of skeins of wool and knitting needles arc being set up in the Miami area und< I the spon sorship of Kadimah chapter, P neer Women, it was learned I week. The drive was undertaken by the group on hearing a rep from one of its members, Marie Syrian, who returned recently from a tour of displaced persons camps in Germany. Morale in t camps. Mrs. Syrkin reported, is very low, and there is an urgent necessity of productivizing the DP's, particularly the women. A goal of 8.000 skeins of wool and knitting needles has been set for the drive, which is under the direction of Mrs. Hyman Sootin. Mr6. Sootin manages the Miami collection station at 230 N. W. 2nd ave., while Mrs. Joseph Block is in charge of two stations at Miami Beach. 255 Michigan ave., and 1341 Washington ave. I. KAUFMAN, noted newspaperman and war correspondent, author of Volume I (the narrative volume) of "American Jews in World War II." twovolume book issued by National Jewish Welfare Board. "American Jews in World War II" gives the overall story of American Jewish participation in the war. Y Women's Division Holds Campaign Lunch The Women's Division of the Miami Y Building Campaign got off to a good start last Thursday, May 22. when they accepted several hundred cards to solicit for the Miami Y campaign. Over 400 cards were distributed at that meeting, which was presided over by Mrs. Hazel Essen, chairman of the drive, assisted by Mrs. Helen Temple, co-chairman. The principal speaker was Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. Mr. Samuel Leff. campaign director, gave the women campaign instructions. Those present at the luncheon were: Mrs. W. Weintraub, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. J. Stone, Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Kate Golden. Mrs. Bernard Kaplan, Mrs. Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Bernard Davis, Mrs. Frank Kline, Mrs. Albeit Reisman, Mrs. Jos. Schaffer, Mrs. Abraham Kasow, Mrs, Sam Dickson, Mrs. Dan Weiner. Mrs. Vera Morse, Mrs. Louis M. Walters. Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Mis. H. C. Moscr. Mrs. M. Grossman, Mrs. Jos. S. Carp. I RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Eeder. Fridav evening services at 6.00. Adult Saturday morning service at 830 Junior congregation under the leadership of Mr. Max Bcrtman of the faculty will meet jointly with the adult congregation. Mincha at 6:45 Sowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Daily school from 3:30 to 6:30. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Mincha, 6:30 p.m., followed by Maariv. Saturday services. 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 5 pm Mincha at 6. followed by Shalos S'udos. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th ave., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbos. 6:30 p.m. Services Saturday. 8:30 a.m. Student services. 10 a.m. Mincha at 6 p.m.. followed by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the •Portion of the Week." Daily services at 6:45 and 8 a.m., and 6:45 p.m. The Miami YMWHA will hold its annual Spring Dance at the Miami Police Benevolent Hall. 2300 N. W. 14th St.. on Sunday. June 8. at 8:30 p. m. Music will be provided by Dave Tyler's orchestra, and entertainment and contests will be featured. Tickets are $1.50. The "Over 21" Social club of the Miami Beach YMHA in viles all young men and women over 21 years of age to join their organization. Meeting* are held every Wednesday eve ning at 8:30 at the Miami Beach YMHA, 1 Lincoln road. The dues are only $3 per year, which entitles a member to free admission to all Saturday night dances at the Beach Y. Miss Bert Cohan is president of the "Over 21" club. Kelemer Talk Begins GMJFC Culture Series The GMJFC, on May 2 7th u an its series „f eultu ra pr %£ withalectur^iven/BU' v.d Talmud Torah. Cantors Kf 1 emer of Beth Sholom w as t lured "•* His the* | bodied the origin of the jJl song. The interest of the l is w„ was evidenced by the ^ and answer period which y lowed. On Thursday. Jun c 1 GMJFC is sponsoring its annual! boatride on the boat Seven Seas, pier 10, Miami, at 8:30 p m The GMJFC is also P la nnill .j Saturday night barbecues on the lawns of its members. Dates and I places will be announced a' a fa ture date. T TEL AVIV.—Eleven of the new rural dispensaries which have been set up by the Kupat Holim (Histadrut sick fund) in the re••ently established Ncgev settlements, are to be housed in their iwn buildings during this year, it has been announced by the management of Kupat Holim. The 11 dispensaries are to be built at a total cost of about CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W. Third ave., Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Mau-, % rice Mamches. Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. Student services at 10:30 a.m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabalos Shabbas service, 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Goldring will officiate. Saturday service, 9 a.m. Junior congregation service, 10 a.m. Daily service9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. JEWISH COMMUNITY CEH\\ TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. I Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and Saturday morning at 10. ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th si.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. K lay evening at 8:15, regular Sabbath evening services. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudercrale. Rabbi David Raab. lay evening. May 30, Rabbi b will conduct the regular Fi iday services and preach on the subject. "Sayings of the Fathers." termon will be an analysis of the book "Pirke Aboth." At the closing exe isea held on SunMaj 25, at the temple. Miss Evi ne Waskow won the first .n tinessay contest spon. by the auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, on the subject "What Does Judaism Mean to Me?" Jules S;Unman won second prize. The %  'MI of TempiEmanu-El are now planning a big bingo evening to take place some time this month. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your root rapalrad now; you will nv on a now roof later "8atifaetory Woik by Expariancad Man" 414 S. W. 22nd Avanua PHONE 4-MM Reliable Dependable Government i J im // lames P. JEFFRES TO THE CITY COUNCIL HEADQUARTERS 425 ALBION HOTEL Phone 5-2901 Pd. Political Advertisement -*i J TOUBY MINTING CORP. [I _[ I



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PAGE FOUR pjewisil fhridlton Editorial CALL TO THE FOUTH SESSION All delegates of the American Jewish Conference will receive the call to the fourth session this week. Recapitulating the march of events since the issuance of the historic call for the first session, and declaring that "we have not yet passed the time of crisis," the call to the fourth session points out that the American Jewish Conference has made history m American Jewish life during the course of its existence. "The most significant contribution of the American Jewish Conference," declares the call, "is the lesson and the experience in unity which it has brought to American Jewry. It Bin pursuance of this policy to unify Jewish action, than a plan for the establishment of a permanent, representative Jewish body to speak for all of American Jewry will be presented to the fourth session for consideration and action. The plan contains the essential ingredients for the longsought over-all representative organization. It includes the American scene as well ere activities in behalf of overseas Jews. But what is no less important, it provides "for amendments to the constitution of the permanent body, to meet the expanding needs and changing dynamics of Jewish life in the U. S. The fourth session which technically concludes the work initiated in 1943. will become a milestone and open new horizons in organized Jewish life. It will signify the end of a period of emergency and a beginning of a new chapter of permanency. The responsibility of the delegates and affiliated organizations is great, and the three months before the fourth session must be utilized for study of the plan so that when the delegates meet, they will be in a position to improve the outline for an organized American Jewry. Only by disseminating complete and full information on the past achievements and accomplishments of the conference will it be possible to visualiae the opportunities for unity and coordination which lie within our grasp and realize the creation of a central body which will speak with one voice and which will supervise and direct organized Jewish life in this country. We strongly urge the reorganization of the local setup that originally selected delegates to represent us at previous sessions of the conference. We urge a new election, fairly and equitably arranged. By thus doing, the entire community will join in this selection and will have confidence in and lend support to the proposed plan for the American Jewish Conference. Neumann Will Run For ZOA Presidency NEW YORK (JTA)—An announcement that Dr. Emanuel Neumann will run for the presidency of the Zionist Organization of America, coupled with an appeal for his election, was made here by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, present ZOA president, addressing a meeting of Zionist district leaders at the Park Central hotel. Dr. Silver and Dr. Neumann gave the meeting a political analysis of the proceedings of the U. N. special session on Palestine and indicated the line which will be followed before the inquiry commission which has been appointed. Daniel Frisch. chairman of the ZOA administrative committee, presided. ANOTHER TRY The attempts through the years to establish kashrus in its true sense has met with very little success. Of recent years community support has somewhat encouraged the rabbis and those in the forefront ki this effort to continue the kashrus struggle. Even this overall cooperation has become submerged in personalities. Miami with its tremendously large Jewish population cannot point to a single kosher restaurant for the use of its residents and visitors. Miami Beach fares a little better during the seasonal influx. During the summer months it is practically on a par with the city. Jewish organizations, oftimes criticized for holding non-kosher affairs, have felt blameless. Lack of adequate facilities, they state, have hampered their normal activities, much less trying to include the dietary angle. A new attempt to serve these needs is being nurtured by local rabbis. Kosher catering facilities at the Robert Clay hotel are available. Several of the organisations have already availed themselves of this opportunity to conduct their activities in a fitting environment. How long these facilities will remain in existence depends solely on the support given the venture. Minor inconveniences must be overlooked to maintain a phase of Jewish life that is basic. 1,450 More Refugees Are Jailed In Cyprus Camp JERUSALEM (JTA) — The more than 1.450 visaless Jewish refugees from the blockade runner Mordei Hagetaot (Ghetto Fighters) who were deported to Cyprus during the week-end, arrived safely in Famagusta. accord ing to a report from the island received here. They were immediately transferred to the Caraolos camps. An official communique described the transshipment in Haifa harbor as having taken plan' without serious incident But it stated that troops were forced to fire a volley of shots into the air and to use water hoses on the immigrants who, it asserted, attempted to beat down barbed wire barriers in (he hold of the deportation ferry. A number of Jews suffered "minor abrasions," according to the government announcement. BEN GURION'S TALK PUZZLES DR. SILVER (Continued from page 1) •inns which Jews have not colonized. Ben Gurion's proposal, which is a departure from the plans broached heretofore by Zionist leaders, was outlined to the Assefath Hanivcharim (Jewish National assembly), which met here to consider recent political developments. Reviewing the U.N. sessions on Palestine, the Agency chairman expressed satisfaction that the general assembly had repulsed "the anti-Zionist onslaught." and had high praise for Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko. "who arrived at the conclusion that there is a necessity for a Jewish state." Ben Gurion cautioned against over-optimism, pointing out that Britain has not promised *to implement the recommendations of the U.N. HACKING AWAY House Group Approves U.S. Participation in 1RO (Continued from Page 1) state department approval. Of the figure set. it is estimated that S2.300.000 will be used in 1RO resettlement work and the balance for operating expenses and for U. S. representation in the organization. E-tablishment by the Internationa] Refugee Organization of a C< ntral tracing bureau, charged with seeking the hundreds of thousands of displaced persons and refugees who have disappeared, has been given first priority by the IRO preparatory commission, which concluded its second session last week. Arthur J. Altmeyer, executive secretary of the commission, was directed to take steps to set up the bureau as soon as possible and to confer with the International Red Cross and governmental authorities for co-operation. All governments concerned will be asked to submit lists of names, with particulars, of persons to be traced, and countries when tracing operations are to be carried out will be called on to co-operate. Zonal tracing services now operating in Germany and Austria will be maintained. Palestine Inquiry Begins Sessions In N. Y. (Continued from Page 1) ed that the committee retire to the privacy of a closed conference room "to exchange views on technical arrangements only." When John D. L. Hood, Australian representative, asked if there was an approximate date when the others might arrive, the secretary-general replied that this was one of the objects of the closed meeting—"to find out why the others had not arrived." The delay was embarrassing both to the members of the committee who were present and to Mr. Lie. The lattertold the committee that it had only 14 weeks within which to carry out its "complicated tasks." The full text of Lie's address reads: "I am glad to welcome you at the headquarters of the United Nations where you have now assembled to make preparations and plans for the important inquiry which has been entrusted to you. The resolution adopted by the general assembly of the United Nations is couched in very broad terms. You have the widest powers to ascertain and record facts, and to investigate all questions and issues relevant to the problem of Palestine. You will conduct investigations in Palestine and wherever you may deem useful. You may receive and examine testimony from the mandatory power, from the representatives of the population of Palestine, from governments and from such organizations and individuals as you may consider necessary. "Your freedom of action is accordingly very great. There is, however, one limit to it, and an important one; the limit set by the general assembly for the completion of your report. You have been asked to communicate the report not later than September 1 because your findings and such proposals as you may consider appropriate to submit must be received in time to be considered by the general assembly at its next regular session." "In view of the rigid time limit, you are confronted with a very heavy program of work during the next fourteen weeks; a very short period for a complicated task. You will need to decide carefully on the most effective means of discharging your mandate. I can assure you that I and the staff at my command in the secretariat of the United Nations will furnish you with all the aid which we have been requested by the general assembly to give. "I wish to thank you for your willingness to serve on this vital committee. You have come from different parts of the world and you enjoy the confidence of your respective governments. You are aware that you form a special committee of the United Nations which represents the hope and faith of millions of people. Their confidence in the ability of the United Nations to fulfill its momentous mission will be greatly influenced by the results of your work. As a committee, you will also inspire the confidence of the United Nations by studying the challenging problem of Palestine —fraught with so much emotion and passion, surrounded by so many appeals for humanity and for justice—in the characteristic spirit of a special committee of the United Nations: impartial but not detached, objective but deeply comprehensive. "While it is for the general assembly to make recommendations, there is no doubt that your findings as regards facts and your proposals will greatly assist the general assembly in discharging its responsibilities. The wide publicity which your report will receive will help towards a better understanding in all countries and among all peoples of the relevant questions and issues and, I sincerely hope, prepare the way for a just and workable solution which will be acceptable to all." Following the conclusion of the closed session, it became apparent that the sense of the meeting was that the com • next stop would V77^ !" was no di^Jj possibihfes of viriting VJ camps in Europe M r ?* DP vealed that he hiri r. Plane transpoV,^ *7> estine on June 6 and t^ that a smaller 10-sc a ? r 10 ta being held for i!2.fcS ture. ,,e i "spatIt was revealed that four „. munications had been r m from Jewish org^C* an individual, requesting,. 4 ings. They are the Am,"" Jewish committee the AnT* Jewish conferenc?*^ League for Peace and jSfc* Palestine and a letter frrT individualwhosoi';:; d.sclosed. No final decision £ taken on these communication nor on a request of the Jewish Agency that it be permitted* appoint a liaison officer to th, committee. Some of the members of th. inquiry body believe that it Vlt ?u i hat Contact be maintained with the Agency. Other members were dubious concerning the rights and privileges of such an officer. Prior to the committee's open session, various delegates wcr conducting discussions on its methods of procedure and on in itinerary. It is fairly certain that the body will hold hearings in the DP camps of Europe, despite Arab threats of boycott if the commission links the refugee problem with that of Palestine's future. En route to Palestine, the commission will pass through Geneva on June 6. to pick up some members of its staff, it was learned. It is possible that it may also choose Geneva us the place in which to draft its report following its return from Palestine. A cable from Jerusalem reports that Sir Henry L. Grney, chief secretary of the Palestine government, and LI. Gen. Gordon H. A. MacMillan, British military commander there, will be the principal witnesses to testify before the U. If. inquiry commission, at a secret session. The government is making arrangements to accommodate the fact-finders either at the YMCA or the Victoria Augusta Hospice, on Mt. Scopus, which is presently serving as the 16th Military hospital. The authorities will make a fleet of 23 large and three small can available to the commission. German Youths Get Visas As DP Students Wait MUNICH (JTA) While displaced Jewish youths have been waiting for visas to enter the United States to attend college, it was learned here that a group of German students are preparing to leave for Amenca on an exchange scholarship basis. The Jewish students, who are recipients of Hillel scholarshipsare referred to "Washington whenever they apply to 1"X consulates for action on their vw applications. Meanwhile, it been learned that some 600 Jew are attending various German colleges and universities. Published every Friday ;"'*. by The Jewish Flondian at W %  Sixth Street. Miami ,8 !" JW < tered as second-class matter JUJ 1930. at the Post 0ff.ee J> "'^ Fla.. under the Act of March 3. %  Tht Jewish Floridian has StJJg th. Jewish Unity and UjJfig, Weekly. 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iy^iyWEIliDipidliigun EWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 20-NUMBER 22 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS Permanent Successor To Jewish Conference Is Outlined To Interim Committee By Lipsky Palestine Inquiry Begins Sessions Five hundred delegates from seven southern states are expected to attend the 71st annual convention of District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nal B'rith, at Miami Beach, June 7 through 10, announced E. Albert Pallot and David R. Isen, co-chairmen of the convention committee. Convention headquarters will be mainNEW YORK (ITA)—An outline of the proposed permanent .orqanization to succeed the American Jewish conference was nn m.*_i-i !"!... given here by Louis Lipsky and Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, leaders Z. ~ ,StriCt ^nventic [of the conference, who announced that the blueprint has already To Draw 500 Delegat [been approved by the interim committee of the conference. The new organization. Dr. Lipsky and Dr. Eisendrath told the press conference, would include within its scope both domestic and overseas affairs. It would act as "the unified voice of American Jewry" vis-a-vis the government and international organizations and Jewish communities overseas. In the fields of defending Jewish rights in the U. S. and extending relief to Jews abroad, it would work through the recognized Jewish agencies. Elections for the new body—whose creation will be decided tained at the St. Moritz hotel and (upon at the fourth session of the conference, which is to be! delegates and guests will occupy Iheld in Chicago over Labor day weekend—would be "on the' e Sands Poinciana and Royal Imost democratic basis possible." the conference leaders stressed. Pu m as w e s the st Mo tz ; with representation to national organizations and.individual L !" ?^ TEL T£S£, [communities. The ruling body of the group would be a nonat i 0 nal director of B'nai B'rith Itional council of 750, elected on the following basis: 160 to be Hillel Foundations, and Frank [chosen by recognized national organizations on a basis of. Gervasi, war correspondent and Iparity; 100 to be elected from New York City, and the remaindei author. The program will include |to be named by more than 400 communities. i (Continued on Page 5; 1 The text of the plan approved^ by the interim committee of the conference was released at the press conference. J^jfefines the Jpurpose and scope %  T R the projected organization as follows: "An organization, democratic | in structure and representative of the American Jewish comI munity. shall be established to Retire and protect Jewish rights and to promote the general I welfare of the Jewish people, [here and abroad; and to enhance the contribution of the Jewish community to American [ democracy. "In the field of international affairs, the organization shall lad for American Jewry in all representations before the jlnited States government and (Continued on page 5) LAKE SUCCESS (JTA).—The confidence of millions of people in the United Nations will be "greatly influenced" by the results of the work of the U. N. inquiry committee on Palestine, the members of the eleven-nation commission were told here by Trygve Lie, U. N. secretarygeneral. The committee started its work Monday at a public session opened by Mr. Lie, who expressed the hope that the fact-finding body will "prepare a way for a just and workable solution" of OL COMPLAINT ES BIGOTRY N TENNESSEE CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (JTA) F e Anti-Defamation League of "ai B'rith this week placed bewe the federal attorney here a ^Plaint against J. B. Stoner, wwious anti-Semite, for circuF 1R g from Chattanooga through r mails a leaflet inciting the H* of Jews. Lji e ndcr F. Miller, southern C al director of the Anti-De"on League, made the comtol^o lhu basis of a le aflet f" hu n or A nt-Jowish ParHohi. h .. lhe lea K"e charged C ctlon 2 of the United EL.' minal code relating to pcat,on s 0 f indecent characfimetn s ; tatute makes Pd mat' thr Ugh the maik ^n1 t ti nC,tmgt0mUrder ^ZU'D ? e acti(m taken old p""; D,,fa, nation League, StaS?^' h ead f the r 5 K fe*" 1 OivUion. pointfe P bevonn X ** has gone one Mi -scff, activit y of such Stench tfc as William Hunt "*n icJ.iJi 'nternationally *uPtor, who was cleared (Co """i on page 7) Ben Gurion's Partition Speech Puzzles Dr. Abba Hillel Silver NEW YORK (JTA)—Puzzled by reports from Palestine of David Ben Gurion's advocacy of the partitioning of Palestine into a Jewish state and continuation of the British mandate in the remainder of the country, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the American branch of the Jewish Agency and head of the American Z i o nj s t Emergency council, issued a statement emphasizing that the Jewish Agency "has never approved any such proposal." The statement reads: "Numerous inquiries have reached me concerning press reports of a statement attributed to David Ben Gurion, chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, favoring the establishment of a Jewish state in those parts of Palestine that have been settled by Jews as well as the Negev, and continuation of the mandate in the sections which Jews have not colonized. "I find it difficult to credit these reports inasmuch as the executive of the Jewish Agency has never approved any such proposal, nor has the executive any authority to do so. The case of the Jewish Agency was officially presented by its representatives. including Mr. Ben Gurion. at the recent special session of the United Nations. There has been no change in policy since then. The same case, more fully documented, will undoubtedly be presented to the committee of inquiry of the United Nations unless the general council of the movement should prescribe a different course. "Our movement has taken no position favoring either partition or bi-nationalism. If the committee of inquiry should propose these or any other solutions, our movement will have full opportunity to consider them and determine its attitude. It would be regrettable to have the situation made more difficult now by confusing versions of our position. We stand and will continue to stand upon the full Zionist program as adopted by the Zionist Congress at Basle, and as subsequently re-affirmed by the executive of the Jewish Agency at its recent plenary session in Jerusalem." JERUSALEM (JTA) David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency, this week voiced opposition to the idea of a collective United Nations trustee^ ship for Palestine. He spoke at a Labor Youth council meeting in Alumoth, in the Lower Galilee district. Ben Gurion asserted that a collective trusteeship of three or more powers would be worse than continuation of a mandate system administered by one nation. Reiterating his demand for the creation of a Jewish state in a part of Palestine, he took a strong stand against bi-nationalism, declaring that unrestricted Jewish immigration and fullscale development of the country would not be possible in such a state. He insisted that without a Jewish state the Jewish people could not oven attain spiritual or cultural independence. The Jewish Agency executive has decided to call a full meeting of the Agency in Jerusalem June 11, it was announced. It is expected that members of the London and Washington divisions of the Agency will attend. Ben Gu.'ion demanded the immediate establishment of an independent Jewish state taking in those parts of Palestine that have been settled by Jews, as well as the Negev, and continuation of the British mandate in the sec(Continued on Page 4) the Palestine problem "which will be acceptable to all." He emphasized that the committee's freedom of action is "very great" since its terms of reference are extremely broad. Its only limitation, he said, is the rigid time limit set by the general assembly for the completion of the committee's report. "As a committee," the secretary-general stated, "you will inspire the confidence of the United Nations by studying the challenging problem of Palestine—fraught with so much %  emotion and passion, surrounded by so many appeals for humanity and for justice—in the characteristic spirit of a special committee of the United Nations; impartial but not detached; objective but deeply comprehensive. Only five of the eleven delegates to the inquiry committee were in their seats around the circular table in the social and economic council chamber when Mr. Lie spoke. The other seats were filled by alternates. The session adjourned exactly fourteen minutes after its opening. In the absence of a working majority, Mr. Lie suggested that the election of a chairman and vice chairman be postponed. To save the day he further suggest(Continued on page 4) Federation Meet Names Jacob Sher President Jacob Sher, former secretary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was elected president, and Max Orovitz, retiring head, was named honorary president, at the annual meeting of the organization held Tuesday, May 27, at the Miami Woman's club. The session, which heard a talk by Hurry Lurie, executive director of the National Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare *r Funds, as well as reports reports by Orovitz, Herbert Sher and Morris Klass, Midirecam i Federation executive tor, ended in a stormy controversy over some of the proposed changes in the organizations tion's constitution. onS'one WpSSWA* Tuesday, June 3, at 7:30 p.m. at defeated by the membership, W **-! r hotel 129 ZOA District Dinner Scheduled For Tuesday The annual dinner of the Miami Zionist district will be held recommendation for the estab lishment of a committee on conv munity relations. Cause of he debate was the feeling that the establishment of such a commit^c would place the Federal on n the role of a functioning father than a co-ordinating and planning agency. In addition to the list puMishcd in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN of May 23rd. four new names were SdcdI to the delegates-at-large *Jr These were Mrs. Harry Stm. Morris Jacobs, Joseph Slack and Abe Aronovitz. the Robert Clay hotel, 129 S. E. Fourth st., Miami, according to an announcement by Burnett Roth, chairman. Abe Bcrkowitz, district chairman of Birmingham, Ala., will be the guest speaker in a program which will include talks by Harry Simonhoff and Rabbi Max Shapiro. Music and entertainment will be provided for the program. Tickets are $25 per couple for the all-kosher dinner. HOUSE GROUP APPROVES U. S. ROLE IN I. R. 0. WASHINGTON (JTA) — The House foreign affairs committee this week unanimously reported favorably on a resolution to authorize United States participation in the International Refugee Organization. In a letter to the committee, Secretary of State George C. Marshall named Ambassador to Great Britain Lewis Douglas to be the United States representative at the initial session of the IRO council. The U. S. will also have two alternates on the council and probably representation on the executive committee of the council, the committee report pointed out. The bill contains the Revercomb amendment which was expressly written into the Senate bill specifying that participation in the IRO does not involve any change in U. S. immigration laws to admit refugees. The House bill authorizes the expenditure of $73,500,000 as the U. 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MinAY. MAY 30, 1947 GMHA Meet To Launch Academy Growth Plans A meeting of the steering committee of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy at the Tides hotel Uay 2. resulted in a call for a nera l open meeting of members and area residents, it was announced this week by Dr. David S. Andron, Academy director. The general meeting, to be held a t the Tides on Wednesday, June 4th n! 8 i>. m., will be called to consider plans for a comprehen


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%  ^ p Isholem B'nai B'rith Lodge Readies Carnival Dance KM! plans are under way for Lsholem Lodge, Bnri B'rttti tarnivul Dance to be hold SunE Juno 1. at the Frolics club, K Albert Pallot, chairman, has f Hovol featUM of the affair J ., be the introduction of the \L tropical craze, "Bong-o," in D-jch young and old alike can LrticipaU'Marx Fein berg, thiirman of ticket sales, has anKd that ticket, at $1.50 per Lple arc available from any tr.ai B'rith member or the lodge Iffice, 3-6306. jlr< John Kronenfeld, chairban (if the women's ticket sales Evision, can be reached at 18. Cal Pont is refreshment airman, and Sam Silver is in Kargc of entertainment and muic Mrs. Jennie Gordon, women's Jiairman, announces that 22 at,ctive ladies of the Sholem dge chapti r will act as waitijses and cashiers for the affair. larry Davis and his all-veteran rchestra. formerly of the Roser.d Ballroom in New York, will tmish the music. toral Gables BB Lodge Holds Americanism Night ICor-.l Gables Lodge, B'nai 'nth No. 1682, will present an nericanism Night at their first gular meeting. Wednesday, June h. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce Leon blvcl. Dr. Leonard M. lickstein, president, has anlunccd. Gi 01 ge J. Talianoff, diTctor of the Florida regional ofof the Anti Defamation ague of B'nai B'rith, will adthe members on "Combai; Bigotry in Our Community." ere will bo a presentation of I sound film, "Linked in Frees Cause." President Glicki will announce appointments community service program liimen. Die group is the third B'nai jith lodge to be formed in this H blSHON-LK-ZION.—New colRive agreements for 1947 were fed this wick at three large rtrial undertakings in this lay: the Rishon Wine Cellars, [Nesher Beer factory and the pah" furniture factory. All pe agreements represent irritant achievements for the s, particularly in the social Iditions of employment. SINRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT BJ| HOTELSANITARIUM Kf FOR BEST CONVALESCENCC f. t „AMD CHRONIC CUU I* 0'_COURT ELJMUD4 on MRS. KAPLAN Miami Service League Installs New Chiefs A luncheon to install new officers of the Miami Service League of the YM&WHA was held luesday afternoon. May 27, at Victor's Drum restaurant Coral Way. Mrs. Henry Green and Mrs. Maury Koven were co-chairmen of the affair, while Mrs. Geo. Chertkof was installation officer and Mrs. Maurice Sager was mistress of ceremonies. Officers installed were Mosdames Maury Koven, honorary president; Leon Kaplan, president; John Temple, first vice president; Jack Stone, second vice president; Edward Levine treasurer; Jack Silver, recording secretary, and Norman Wiseman. corresponding secretary. Members of the board include Mesdames George Chertkof, M. Morse, L. Walters, M. Aaron, R. Golden, Ann Pastroff, L. Hohauser, H. Steinberg, S. B. Miller, W. Weintraub, S. Ginsberg, M. Sager, S. Weisscl, B. Sterling, J. Bass, M. Grossman, H. Sher and Minna Lavine. Entertainment was provided by the pantomime singing of Rose Marian Golden and Mrs. Edward L. Cowen gave a review of Moss Hart's new play, "Christopher Blake." The next meeting of the group is scheduled for Monday. June 2. at the home of Mrs. John Temple. 2016 S. E. 21st st. •Jenlslh ftorfdian PAGE NINE Miami Hebrew School Will Hold Barbecue A barbecue supper, which will wature games and movies, will be icld by the Miami Hebrew School and Junior congregation, on Sun*i'„'J Une %  at lhe h mc of Mr and Mrs. Dave Kleber, 1780 S W 12th st., at 5 p. m The movies to be shown will include scenes from the groundbreaking ceremonies for the or-, ganization's new home on April' I.itn, cartoons and other features.' Prizes for most rapid advancement scholarship. an d perfect attendance will be awarded to Lois Schwadron, Arno Kutncr Herbert August, Marvin Michalson Stanley Kaplan, Victor Taube, Bernard Fogel, Matthew Becker, Philip Cowans. Myron Coulton. Burton Sklansky. Bobby Blank, Marilyn Kosloff and Eddie Frank. Mr. Kleber will act as chef for the occasion, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Schwadron. chairman of the barbecue committee; Mesdames Morris Ossowitz, Louis August, Ben Stone. E. A. Moss, Sam Kost"ff, Max Jacobskind. Dave Klener. Herbert Feldan, Simon April Mr. Stone and Mr. Jacobskind. LIBERMAN FRIENDS HOLD TESTIMONIAL Sholem Lodge Luncheon To Hear Judge Allen Judge Wayne Allen of the circuit court will address members of the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith Luncheon club today at noon, ir. the Downtown club, Seybold Arcade. Judge Allen will discuss "Functions of the Circuit Court" and will be introduced by Bill Pallot, local attorney. Burnett Roth is the Luncheon club chairman. The DEBBS chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women held the fint of a series of game parties Thursday evening. May 22. at the home of Doris Brown. 543 N. E. 76th st., Miami. A second parly will be held at the home of Adele Ziff, 4120 N. E. 1st ave., Tuesday evening. May 27. The parlies are being held to raise funds to send the group's three delegates to lhe district convention in Washington in June. DR. E. PUSHKIN Optometrist Examination of lhe Eyes Complete Eyeglass Service 1248 S. W. 22nd Street (Coral Way) Hours: 9—5:30 Evenings by Appointment Phone 9-2388 Camp Osceola A Thoroughly Modern Camp FOR JEWISH BOYS ON LAKE OSCEOLA "In the Land of the Sky" HENDERSONVILLE, N. C A FEW MORE VACANCIES HERBERT SILVER. Director 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami B'ch PHONE 5-5975 U.L •• •• Pictured above is part of the gathering at a National hotel luncheon held by supporters oi the campaign of Marcie Liberman for Miami Beach city council. Telegrams of support were read from Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Mitchell Wolfson. Tom DuPree was toastmaster for the occasion. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE & WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER MIRRORS FINEST QUALITY — MADE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Auto Glass Installed — Furniture Tops Store Front Construction ADAMS GLASS SERVICE "If It's Glass We Have It" 1805 PURDY AVE.. M B. PH. 58-3756 ADAM. ABE and IRVING RABINOWITZ VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATE Sam Gold For City Council JUNE 3rd. 1947 "THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE" Paid Political Advertisement *l Ifl.a.l.-: I • %  %  i i.mmmmmtmimmmmmmmmK 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 of Pythias President. Washington Avenue Merchants Association (Paid Political Advertisement) :



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FRIDAY MAY 30, 1*17 *****MfcrftRif7 PAGE ELEVEN ON BURBRIDGE At Burbridge's first City Council meeting in 1932 he was assigned as Committecman on Streets and Sewers. Bnrbridge, in accepting that responsibility, said "he expected to take an interest in ALL city departments." He has done that throughout his service. During these 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. BURBRIDGE I It III AY \X I O II IO:.'tO l\ Hi. In April 1945 Burbridge advocated permitting returning servicemen to be reinstated in the city pension system by making up the .mioni of money they had withdrawn ... he also supported action to secure passage by the State Legislature of an act authorizing the City to construct a hospital, lihrary and auditorium on the Municipal golf course. Because of the foresight, courage and sound ideas of this man who has given so much for our beautiful city, we urge you to ... TCe* WILLIAM (II ILL* BURBRIDGE COUNCILMAN (Paid Polltloil Adv.rUftat b Frlendi of WfflUm (BUI) Burbrldg.)



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^ A Y_MAY_30_1947_ -Jmlsti Ik*Mian PAGE SEVEN 01 Scores Bigotry j n Tennessee Complaint {Continued from page 1) „„ criminal complaint last week '"federal court here. %  While the Anti-Defamation ea gue first traced the activities jDiederich." Forster said "it Ide no request for criminal ac• „ against him since his ac[iwere technically within the .We felt, on the other hand, hat men like Diederich must be ocially ostracized in order to huild a dam against the poison %  hich they disseminate. Action h as that taken by the InstiJute of Arts and Letters to expel niederich from its ranks achieves this result. Stoner, we believe, however, has violated the law in his most recent leaflet which he is circulating through the mails. "Stoner himself is an erratic bigot who wields little influence an d has no organization that might makp his activities dangerous. He even was unacceptable to the "Ku Klux Klan, which threw him out. But if such violations of the law are permitted to pass unchallenged, they will open the fl<>o*d gates to similar abuses by the organized forces of bigotry that can result in murder and riot.** In its complaint, the league points out that in his anti-Semite leaflet Stoner says that "the Jews are too evil to be allowed to live" and urges the enactment of a law "making it a criminal offense Columbia University Gets Spinoza Work NEW YORK (JTA) The world's outstanding collection of Spinoza's works and associated material, including some 3,000 items, was turned over to Columbia university this week. The donors are Dr. Simon L. Millner, director of the Spinoza House in the Hague; Mrs. Thomas S. Lamont, Corliss Lamont and Christian A. Zabriskie. The collection was formed by Adolph S. Oko and Carl Gebharft, both of whom have since died. JDC Textile Co-op Formed By Czech Jews BRATISLAVA (JTA)—A Jew-j ish co-operative textile factory established by the Joint Distrlj bution committee has been open-1 ed here. Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice chairman of the J. D. C, who is now in Czechoslovakia, attended the opening ceremony. Local government officials at the dedication pledged full support to the Jews' efforts at economic rehabilitation. Mr. Leavitt also visited various local Jewish institutions. to be a Jew, punishable by death." The leaflet declares that 'if our great and beloved America is to live, Jewry must die and the Jewish race must cease to exist." Linked arm in arm at the annual installation, dance of Junior Hadassah, held at the Alcazar hotel on May 10, are, above (1. to r.) Milda Schwartz, Doris Shapiro, Lucille Yagoda, Toby Coope.\ Beverly Raphael, Natalie Frankel. Eileen Cowen, Arlene Rose, Elarose Rogow and Doris Albin. Arabs and Jews Clash After Haganah Attack JERUSALEM (JTA) — Several \ isolated clashes between Arabs! and Jews occurred this week in! what is believed to be retaliation : for the Haganah attack on Arab robber bands last week. A band of Arabs attacked the Belkind house, named after a Jewish pioneer, near Zichron Jacob, but were repulsed by Jewisn guards, who are reported to have inflicted injuries on the attackers. A Jewish labor camp near Gaza was raided about the same time and one laborer injured. VIENNA (JTA) — The Austrian government has recuived indications that it can expect protests from Bulgaria, Rumania, Hungary and Yugoslavia as a result of a statement by Minister of the Interior Oskar Helmer that Jews were fleeing those countries in fear of pogroms. Helmer's statement was made in connection with the incident on the Austrian-Hungarian border where a group of Jews seeking to reach DP camps in the western /.ones were shuttled back and forth across the frontier for four days when Soviet occupation authorities refused to allow them to proceed. Histadrut Decides On Printers' Organizatjpn TEL AVIV.—The organization of a National Union of Printing Workers was decided upon at the second National Printing Workers' Conference which met here this week. This step follows the decision taken at the sixth general convention of the Histadrut to encourage the establishment of national unions of industrial and other workers in order to promote greater independence, self-reliance and initiative among Histadrut members in all sectors of employment. DADE KOSHER MARKET FILES SUIT FOR INJUNCTION IN Till' CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AM' FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 109607 BILL FOR INJUNCTION, SPECIFIC %  -i. i I %  iRMA.NCE, ACCOUNTING, KKCEIVEU, AND OTHEH RELIEF .lii.-IIHI SIIKRZKK, (1/b/n DADK KOSHER MARKET, Plaintiff, V*. AIXd.PH CHIEL and ARTHUR H. BKKSSLER, d/b/a QUALITY KOSHER FOOD ("ENTER, and HENRIETTA CHIEL, the wife of AlNH.PII till I EL, I %  • T. • 11.1.1111 --" BILL OF COMPLAINT To I HI: HOXORAMLE .11'DOES OF THE .\P.oVE-STYLED COURT, IN CHANCERY SITT1NO: COMES M>\V the Plaintiff, JOSEPH BHKKZEK. .1 I. a DADE KOSHER MARKET b> and throuKh his underlined Attorneys, and bring* tola, his Bill uf Complaint, against the Defendant* ADOLPH CHIEI, and ARTIH'U II PRESSLHH. d/b/a QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER, and HENRIETTA C1IIEU the wife of ADOLPH CHI EL, and thereii|H>n comphlnlng Bays: I Thai Hi.Plaintiff is a resident of Dade County, Florida, and la over the twenty-one years, and that the Defendant,; are residents of Dade County, Florida, and are eaoh over 'he age of iw.-nty-one years. II That on th.'Ttb day of Karon, lM, the I'laintlff, JOSEPH SHERZER, rilfl suit in the Circuit Court wherein ADOLPH CHIEL and HENRIETTA CHIEL, his wife, and DADE KOSHER MARKET. INC., a Florida Corporation, were named as Defend%  M*i and the PlalntKf did in said eult, petition the Court for a dissolution '-f partnership, to establish trust, for specific performance, ami for othet relief. Thai as a result of the Hill of I'lalnt filed therein, and sworn testimony .>f the Plaintiff, a tempo|jrj injunction was entered against %  he Defendants, That soon thereafter I'wriiiiii,-. moved that said temporary injunction be set aside, and a hearing "' -i l in.-ii,.n was held before the nonorai I'harlea A. Carroll, one of during the negotiations of the sale of DADE KOSHER MARKET and was a condition precedent to the final purchase of said market b) the Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHERZER, That the sale was consummated on the 1st i April, 1946. Ill That for some time aftei the aforesaid sale, Defendants AlsiLI'll CHIEL and HENRIETTA CHIEL, his wife, abided by tbeii Agreement. However. It has now come to your Plaintiff's knowledge that they have violated said Anne HI. and that thej have no intention of keeping said Agreement In the future despite the fact that vour Plaintiff is still the ownei of the DADE KOSHER MARKET and Is encaged In the retail kosher meat business, and the Defendants know that by violating the agreement between ADOLPH CHIEL and HENRIETTA CHIEL, and the Plaintiff, thai they are causing the Plaintiff greal losses and severe damage IV That the kosher meat business In the City of .Miami is a limited field of opportunity In that all parties engaged therein are restricted to a small mini her of people as potential customers. for definitely only those people ol the Orthodox Jewish Religion are customers of people engaged In 'he retail kosher meat business. That there an few kosher retail meat markets in the v of Miami: that the total of same lass than ten, and thai an addltiot of another market causes great harm and losses to the existing nrarkrifroni the time said new market begin* operation. That good portion of the business of the retail kosher market" is done by the customers Phoning In their orders ami the market then filling said order* That said rus generally 'phone City f.nl. the I'll Judicla ''in Judges of the Eleventh Circuit. That during said • fendants offered to sell the Phlntlfl ill their right, title and lu'liat certain market known % %  < %  the HADE KOSHER MARKET, %  i' "it which the controversy ranged, •' %  after much dealing back ami 'tin, ii H is agreed that Defendant* """ i sell their right, title and interest '" DADE KOSHER MARKET Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHERZER, and 'hat upon the consummation of said JOSEPH SHERZER'S suit 's'u-t Muti. en CHIEI, and HENRIETTA CHIEL, his wife, ami DADE KOSHER MARKET. INC.. a Florida '•' %  atloi would be dismissed. That '" Parties arranged a price for the "aintlff, JOSEPH SHERZER. to pay ">e Defendants. During the arrangement ,,f ||„. s lk &H a eondui,,,, preceieui t., the consummation cf said sale. "• Defendant's desire to enter the %  er in,-at business In Miami was "'I. oid It was agreed as a eon"ii'.n precedent t„ the sale, that the ''leiiilants sign an Agreement wheie' |'> would refrain from entering i the ivtati kosher meat business the CltV UmlU of Miami. • either In Person, or as a ^y^Tma,kei--,r.n k ,cber,., ; ,,he> know of long standing That ADOLPH CHIEIhas been engaged ill tin%  < tan kosher meat business in the! Ky '• Miami for approximately su yean the date with Ins agreen ••> Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHER. luring that time In built u mmonls known as %  goodW ,f customers who purchased as well ae others who direct to the store known ai Florida, to purchase retail Kosne meats. That all this was take Int. consideration b) the ''"'"";'' ','„ time they made their £ !" me n t f the Plaintiff. JOSEPH S 1M I.. buy all the right, Wle and Interest rt the Defendants, ADOLPH CHIEL ay HENRIETTA CHIEL. and the DAUB SSnWVeKheM prior to with the ZElt. and what is ol following by telephone, was reduced t< the parties, m I A copy ,f said Agree .lentified as Plaintiffs Exhibit A. V tune now youi thai hibuslnese I ial a loss as sam. That ap member lion engaged "">' manner fill the person, or as stockholder of any corporaln such business, or In whatsoever, and It was •'sie.-il th a t the Agreement be '•"ml Let w.en the parties and In ,' 'Veni that JOSEPH SHERZER Would sell (he business of the DADE mem : MARKET, that the AgreeT '*" Would become null and void. 'Agreement was made by the wiies by and with advice of counsel That for some ti tloner has noticed has I n falling oil to the cause "f the proxlmatcly four month parties approached and offered to purchase market, and was J"' 1 ," I',;;,''„,,;.,. ,,!„, ,i Mill IVtltloliel his market FIFTEEN they • ul. I Plaintiffs EXHIBIT "A" It is hereby agreed by and between Adolph Chiel, Henrietta Chiel, and Dade Kosher Market, Inc., parties of the Jirst part, and Joseph Sherzer, party of the second part, that af a part of the consideration of the sale of Dade Kosher Moxket, by Dade Kosher Markel, Inc. to Joseph Sheriei\ the parties of the first par;, jointly and severally agree that for the term of two and one-half years from and after April 1, 1946, neither Adolph Chiel, Henrietta Chiel, or Dade Kosher Markei. Inc., a Florida Corporation will engage in the retail kosher meat business within the limits of the City of Miami, Florida, either in person or as a member or stockholder of any corporation engaged in such business, or in any manner whatsoever. This agreement is personal between the parties hereto, and in the event Joseph Sherzer sells the business at any time, this agreement becomes null and void. (Signed) ADOLPH CHIEL (Signed) „„._, HENRIETTA CHIEL DADE KOSHER MARKET, INC., a Florida corporation By: ADOLPH CHIEL, President. lSl9 "jOSEPH SHERZER SnStn^ HB openlUK. < %  < K SVADOLPH CHIEL, ^'mi^'A'cl^l. and Ainm K II BRESSLER, but presumes thai the saiil ARTHUR H. BRESSLER knew %  •f Bald agreement because the said ARTHUR II BRESSLER knew thai vour Petitioner bail filed a forinei mil against ADOLPH CHIEL ami HENRIETTA CHIEL and of the outcome or the same. Petitioner now finds thai on or about the nth da> ol December, 1946, s.ii.l Al H.I'll CHIEL ind ARTHUR H. BRESSLER, registered with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, their ownership nf the business known as the QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER located al 1961 8. W, .Hi Street, Miami, Florida, and thai their s tat emeu I to the clerk said thai the said business was owned equallj between ARTHUR H. BRESSLER ami VDOLPH CHIEL, That on or abi il he nth da] < waived. ID Tnat an accounting maj be had and taken "f all and singular nf all the dealings and transactions that the Defendants have engaged in in the retail koshei meal buslnest si H ,!„„. ai thej signed the Agjeemeiii heretofore identified as Plaintiti B Ex'nl.it "A" and the time of the al nt men! of a receiver as hereinafter eyed, or otherwise, aii aecoiintlng of the moneys received and paid by the Uefendants, profits earned by BBI'I Defendants due to the violation of %  heir Agreement with the Plaintiff. and that said Defendants may be directed to pay to the Plaintiff, what. If anything, shall upon su. h Accounting appear to be due him, Plaintiff being willing and ready and hereby offering to pay to the said Defendants, what, if anything, shall appear to be due them from the Plaintiff ill .ounce tioti with said accounting. ce) Thai some proper person maj b appointed tO receive and colled tin. moneys which may be coming to ,l„. P redll of ADOLPH CHIEL and QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER, HI. I all moneys now In the hands of i,„ Defendants belonging to said business, and all momws that Defendants may have deposited, secreted J Kf || r R II BRESSLER. d/b/a or misplaced, thai have oome Into (he hands Of the Defendants because of their operation of the business know. I QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTl-'l: and likewise that such reccivci M y be authorised, empowered and directed to assume the management and control of said business, the QUALITY. KOSHER FOOD CEN I EH r.,r the purpose of directing, manag ing controlling, and conducting the same during the pendency of this suit, and to receive, hold and gdmlnUtet the assetthereof under the orders and directions of this Court. till That the Defendants, AlH'lLPH CHIEL, HENRIETTA CHIEL, and ARTHUR II. BRESSLER, be restrained by an order and injunction of this Coui'l from continuing the operation of thai business known as the QUALITY KnSIIHIt KooD CENTER, and from in any way Interfering or attempting to procure business from the retail kosher food business operated lc. your Plaintiff, JOSEPH SHERZER, until the relative rights and interests Of the Plaintiff and Defendants may l.c settled and determined. i.-I That the Defendants may be required by way of discovery, to set forth a list, or schedule, describing every book, account, letter, paper or writ ing, relating to the matters aforesaid, or to any matters appertaining to the retail kosher meat business conducted by the Defendants at the market commonly known as the QUALITY KOSHER FOOD CENTER. if) That upon the final hearing of tins ..ins... the Court will find that the Defendants have violated the Agreement entered Into between them ami the Plaintiff. JOSEPH SHERZER. wherein the Defendants, ADOLPH CHIEL and HENRIETTA CHIEL, agreed not to enter into the kosher meat l.tisiness ill the City of Miami, Florida, for a period of two and onehalf c!';) years from the 1st day of April. 1H46. and that the Court win permanently enjoin the Defendants from continuing the violation of said Agreement. (g) That this Court will, upon final hearing, enter an orde*' to direct the said Defendants to pay unto the Plaintltf, such sums of money as to the Court shall seem meet and proper as damages in this cause. (h) That the Court will, upon final hearing of this cause, enter an order directing the Defendants to comply With thai certain Agreement entered Into between them ami the Plaintiff wherein they agreed not to go Into the meat business in the City of Miami lor a period of two and one-half { %  !


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&if&TZ££Zr.V$ 7. 17 I ic. .-? i :fi-'$£i $^£1 FBIDAY. MAY 30, 1947 Miss Frankel To Attend Zionist Youth Confab Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel, president of the Southeastern region of Junior Hadassah and a member of the Regional Zionist Youth commission, will attend the commission's first interstate meeting Sunday, June 1, in Atlanta, Ga. The meeting which will be held at the Mayfair hotel, will include on its agenda the Section of officers and the appointment of committees for the coming year. Miss Frankel stated that among the many discussions to be hold will be the subject of "Wider Participation of Youth in Zionist Activities." She also stated that the Zionist Youth commission is a committee comprised of the two regions of Junior Hadassah and Hadassah, the Southeastern region of the Zionist Organization of America, Masada and the IZSA. Miss Frankel, upon termination of her office as president of the Greater Miami unit of Junior Hadassah, was recently made honorary president of the local eroup at an installation dinerdance which was held at the Alcazar hotel. Fast Dependable EXPRESS Also STORAGE DIXIE EXPRESS & STORAGE CO PHONE 27339 1468 S. W. 6th Street +Jewlsti FhrMPtn ^ Hollywood Tops Nation In1947 UJA Campaign Jewish community PAGE NINETEEN T>v LEGAL NOTICE •• %  %  w.iuuuniiy Of ,. N TI ;i:. IS HEREBY OIVKN that nouywood, Fla., has been cited %  "." l l 1 ""-'""; 1 %  <<< %  enroled in busi^ted'r^v^^ b >K HWf s^nsMssr 7.1 I bnitcd Jewish Appeal, according "" lnH io an announcement in the UJA bulletin recently. Avenue, Miami BeaohT'Dade County, Florida, and Intend to register c.^'" ./"""""" nam ,n l'e office TV. h V'''' r k ,ne Circuit Court of munity in the United states to M foUo SK EtLS*JE UJA • %  *>• %  was' LEGAL NOTICES New York State Supreme Court Justice Meier Stoinbrink of Brooklyn has been elected to his first full term as national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Justice Stoinbrink had been named last September to fill out the term of the late Sigmund Livingston of Chicago, who served as tho head of the organization for more than 33 years, until his death in Jane. J the first in the country to com! £"* lts campaign, and was the tirst to complete payment of its quota in full. The quota set for the city's drive had been $80,000 as comj Pared with $45,000 in 1946. The board of trustees of the Holly, wood UJA allocated $100,000 and : payment has alroady been comI pleted. A. J. Dimond is president I BENJAMIN J. METERS, Estate by tho entireties. SARAH MEYERS, ^ !" ,-.„ %  El" 110 ,IV ,n entireties. i-.I-.ORUE CJHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicant. 5/10-2J-S0 6/6-13 NOTICE! IS IIERERY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JERRY'S RESTAURANT, at 2H6 12th Street, Miami Reach, Intend to regsald name with the Clerk of | payment has alroady been comBoriSF" 1 an a e County pleted. A. J. Dimond is president I HENRY w. LAWSON o the Hollywood Jewish Welfare SAM SILVER. 8 LAW8 N federation. Other officers in-! Attorney for Applicants, elude Albert E. Einstein, canlyM^HER BM paign chairman; Lester K. All-| — man. treasurer, and Stanley M .NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that Beckerman, secretary he undersigned, desiring to engage in oct, eidiy. business under tho fictitious name of I P8TA1 R 8 MANPFACTURER'S t'l TLET, intends lo register the said namo with the Clerk of the Circuit I ourt of Dade County, Florida. AUSTIN II. BURKE VON ZAMFT & VON ZAMFT, Attorneys for Applicnnte. ../16-23-.10 6/8-13 Jacob Schachier, director of the Jewish Hour, WBAY radio show Fridays at 11 and Sundays at 10 a. m., announces that this Sunday, June 1st, his program will feature songs by a galaxy of Yiddish stars, including Moishe Oisher, Molly Picon, Aaron Lebedeff, Maxim Brodin and Seymour Recklzeit. Miami Title & Abstract Co. 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TEL. 3-6661 • Escrows • Abstracts • Title Insurance TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. ASSETS NEARLY $2,000,000.00 One of the Oldest TiMe Insurance Companies In the United States 20 Years of Title Service in Dade County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MARSHALL HOTEL at 252 N. W. 1st St., Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cour.ty, Florida. HARRY LADIN MEYER LADIN J/23-30 6/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAGICPLASTERING CO. at 416 N. E. 74th Street, Miami, intend to register said namo with the Clerk of the Oircult Court of Dade County, Florida. JOE PALACINO JOHN OIANGRECO ALFRED KREISLER Attorneys for Applicants. 818 SeyimM Kldg. 5/23-30 6/6-13-20 LEGAL NOTICE N'O-l ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat the undersigned, desiring ,„ engage In wiv! "?& l! '" netlttou. name ot MIAMI CAMERA MART and IU KAMRAMART at 755 WashfnSton Avenue, Miami Beaoh, Florida, intends t register said name with the eWk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Plorlda, Thla business, formerh %  ', Partnership between Ray II. Brown, Jr. and Adolph A. Hollander, is now operated by the undersigned as sole .SAA" :b'i'K; H A "uxw: Attoi m y for Applicant 10 6 8-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thm the underslgi ed, rteslrli to engage li business under tho fictitious name of FRIEDMAN INVESTORS, at 70-72 west Fiagler Street, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name win, the Clerk "l" the Circuit Court of Made County, Florida. LAWRENCE FRIEDMAN FKA.MEs PRII \| \\ LOTTIE FRIEDMAN VppUoanM MYERS, HEIMAN A K \PI.AN. Attorneys for Applicant* SO 6 J-l 1-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engo^ In business under the fictitious name % %  PAL'S PLACE, al B2S5 N. B. Second Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the clerk of ih Circuit Court of Dade Cuuntn, Florida HARRY SELLER JULIUS LEVINSKY JAMES I>. FARRELL MILLER \ PODELL, Attorneys for Applicants. :. '30 6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I X T K R AMERICAN INVESTMENT INSTITUTE, at 1220 Blscayne BM, Miami, l-'i i. intends tit register said the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Couny, Plot-Ida. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO, Sole Proprietor. MYERS, HEIMAN A.KAPLAN, Atton eys foi Applicant. .. 23-80 6 6-13-20 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 oil mortgage with.ut strain on income. • PROMPT SERVICE: Immediate attention given—no red tape. • A HOME INSTITUTION: Familiar with local progress, conditions. Consult US On Financing Or Refinancing YOUR Home RESOURCES OVER $16,500,000.00 l)AIE FE9EKAL FORTY-FIVE NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE JQ^ PH President IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 109(198 NOTICE TO APPEAR SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER, Plaintiffs, vs. DAVID SOLO, etc., ct al., Defendants. IN THE NAME OF THE STATB OF FLORIDA: TO THE DEFENDANTS: IIAVIH SOLO, 12-1 s. Utb St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; THOMAS P. BARRETT, (residence unknown): TIMOTHY A. BARRETT, (residence unknown); PENN REALTY COMPANY, a diesolved Florida Corporation, and MYER MUCHNICK, ALEXANDER FEIFER and GEORGE RUEBENS, •is surviving Trustees of Penn Realty Company, a dissolved Florida Corporation; An.I also ALL I'NKNOWN SPOUSES OP SAID ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS, who mav he married: And also ALL I'NKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASS!KNEES. LIENORS. CREDITORS. EXEC UTOH S, ADMINISTRATORS, BtUSTEBS, OH OTHER CLAIMTS, claiming by. through, under or against any of the above named Defendants who may be dead and not known to ho dead or alive, or who is or may be dissolved: And also ALL I'NKNOWN PARTIES AND CLAIMANTS having or claiming any right, title or Interest In and to the property involved In this cause, and hereinafter more particularly described as follows: towlt: The West 100 feet of lot IS In Ult.ek "IB" of LAWRENCE ESTATE LAND COMPANY'S SFRDIVISION. according to the plat thereof recorded In Plat Rook 2. at page 51 of the Public Records of Dade Countv Florida; Vor \ND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an Appearance In the above styled oause before the (It-cult Court of Dade County, Florida, at the County Court House In Miami, Dade County. Florida, on or before the 9th day of June, 1947! to a Rill of Complaint brought agnlnst you by SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER, his wife, for the purpose of quieting and confirming the title to the above described propertv In and to the Plaintiffs. SAMUEL BACKER and ROSA BACKER: otherwise the allcgntlonn of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you DATED this Sth day of May, 1947. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, D.ide douatv. Florida. By P. J. O-OTTLD, Deputy Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) THEODORE J. SAKOWITZ 911 Seybold Building, Miami $2, Florida. Solicitor for Tlalntlff. 5/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious same of VAN DYKE MOTORS, at 2976 N. W. Seventh Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. This business, formerly a partnership between Clarence J. Wallaoe 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 1* AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 190r.l I In Re: Estate of BEULAH 1RWIN, also known as BEULAH L. IRWIN deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Clarms or Demands Against Said Estate: You nd 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. P. Planton, County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade mln '>'' .Plorlda, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Snld claims or demands to contain the legal address of tho claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same wHI be barred See Section 120 of the 193S Probate Act. Date: April *th, A.D. 1947. J F J-T rON D TRWIN, As Administrator of the Estate of Beulah Irwln, alse known aa SILV^RI'KAPLW."' deoeased DIETZ & LA SKY, rSt 0 2*H for Administrator. •>/y-io-2.i-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROSELI.E HOTEL, at 635 Euclid Ave.. Miami Bench, intend to register snld namo with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Oountt', Florida. HELEN CIIAUSKY PAULINE ASTERN ALFRED KREISLER, Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-2J-20 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY C.D/EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAXWELL CREDIT JEWELERS & MAXWELL WATCH JEWELRY REPAIR In Dade County. Florida. Intend to register said name wltti the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Forlda. BLANCHE TARLO PHILIP TARLO MARX FEINBERO, Attorney for Applicants. 5/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY C.D/EN that I the undersigned, desiring to engage In l business under the fictitious name of I THE HOME TOWN BAKERY, at 1127 .^. E 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F, rMA ALBERT BACHES MTLTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attomev for Applicant. ; ..'9.1-2J-30 6/8 .H NOTI fE TS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned. ADOLPH BRAM8. ,C1 ?.*.,'.? en *" a Ke In business under T h ?^,,. c U n R name of KNIGHT'S PACKAGE STORE, at 1601 R W !i!li32? et, .I fkml F or| o'. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Florida U f Dade Count 'LEO S7IEINER TK S P H BRAMS Attorney for Applicant, 1204-05 PaclHc Bide;., Miami, Florida. 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI PRINTING A ADVERTISING, at 232J N. E. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LEONA DENNETT ANTHONY GAITO WILLIAM L. PALLOT, Attorney for Applicants. 5/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thflt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of SILVERS MARKET, at 1400 N. W. th Court, Miami. Florida. Intend to register mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOE RERKOW1TZ ARNOLD HURVTTZ MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In ^*.' n ^S?.l l x n .' 1, r tn famous nanie of Tr^'TATN LUNCHEONETTE, at 242 N. E. ,9th St.. Miami. Forlda. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Plorlda. DAVE SATZ SAMITEL HIRSCII ,-. .... "^NRY A. STEIN ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants 5/9-16-23-30 6/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tho 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 thot 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 Dade County, Florida. H. LEEB, MARX FEINBBR*. "* 0wB r ** "^Jtr."



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MAY 30, 1947 [FRIDAY. Music Lovers To Hear Summer 'Pops' Concerts Uugic .overs of the Greater Miami area were heartened this k by the announcement of a ( s of ten Saturday evening Inccrt, to be S'ven in Flamingo Lrk. Miami Beach, by the Uni, rrs itv of Miami Concert Orchestra beginning June 28th. Q Ues t conductors will include u jeste Alloo, conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra; J. Nin-Culmell, comi noser pianist and conductor, who L chosen by the American MuLicoloRical Society to represent the modern music of Spanish America at its first International Congress held in New York in 1939 Nin-Culmell is professor of m u--ic at Williams college, Wilijamstoun. Mass., and conductor of the Berkshire Community Orchestra. Robert Crawford, a new member 0 f tie music faculty at thd University of Miami; and Gerard Haft, cellist and conductor of the University of Miami Junior Orchestra, v.': (i appeared as soloist last February with the university Symphony Orchestra, complete the conductors' list. Soloists will be selected from among local artists. JJ^i^nbridicn % %  % %  %  %  (HH I si aril's FARBER .1 Parber, '-•'<. "Ilorl Tuesday hi Illness. A retired lumber nw ui. !" • ft U> Mliimi Bench in 1191". Surviving are Ills wife, Mrs. [Chtrlotle l'.ol..r. Ill] Alton rd., and a brother, Charles, both of Mliimi I Beach, iii. Jewish People's Fraternal Uniir. \ '. conducted service* HTednesd al the Palmer Funeral ,ha;"! Tile body was sent In -\i-w V.ok for i i lal 5mart cooks kno>V the magic of the greatest Ketchup fn the World PAGE Gables Jewish Center To Hold Picnic Sunday The Coral Gables Jewish Center will hold a picnic in conjunction with the center's Sunday school, on Sunday, June 1, 12 noon, at Matheson Hammock picnic grounds. Games, races and prizes for all ages will be featured. The next meeting of the center has been scheduled for June 15 at Hillel House, and an interesting program has been planned for the meeting. Rabbi Michels and Abe Gannes will speak on the Hillel program at the University of Miami and on Jewish education. The July 6 meeting of the center will be highlighted by the appearance of Coral Gables Mayor Keith Phillips. The covered dish dinner on Sunday, May 25, attracted the attendance of more than 125. Entertainment was under the direction of Mrs. A. Edgar Miller. Posing with his family is Miami Beach council candidate Harold Turk. L. to r., Jonathan, 2; Mrs. SteUa Turk, holding Robin, 3'i months; Turk, and Cornelia W., 6V2. Beach Center Auxiliary Holds Meeting Tuesday A meeting of the executive board of the ladies' auxiliary of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis J. Golden. Plans were made for the forthcoming regular meeting to be held Tuesday, June 3, at 8:00 p. m. at the Center building. The June meeting will be the closing meeting for the fiscal year. A final drive will be held for the S. O. S. committee and members were asked to bring all discarded clothing which are in good condition to the meeting so that shipment can be made to S. O. S. headquarters. A summary of plans for the coming year will be given and final arrangements made for the Father's Day program to be held June 15, which will be the auxiliary's concluding affair for the year. Additional committee appointments included Mrs. William Flacks, chairman of the program committee; Mrs. Hyman Tollman and Mrs. Lou Kravitz, visiting committee. Others present at the meeting were Mrs. Harold Singer, Mrs. Max Kaufman. Mrs. Jacob G.'ld. Mrs. Isidore Orgel, Mrs. Martin Wohl, Mrs. Edgar Galvin, Mrs. Herbert Heiden, Mrs. Fred Mannheim, Mrs. Ted J. Sorin, Mrs. Milton Sachs and Mrs. S. Nimitz. KFAR HITTIN.—On the < v, •f May Day, this collective farm lear Tiberias celebrated its tentl %  nniversary. Kfar Hittin was th( first settlement in the country ti ie organized on a new basis of •ollective farming. All property held in common and .ill work s carried out on a collective usis. hut as distinguished fron he usual collective settlement %  ach family lives in and mainains its own individual home .'here are now 20 settlements ir he country which have been esablished on this new basis, including a number of settlements bunded by groups of ex-soldiers Kosher Meat Market Named In Civil Suit A bill of complaint, asking that the Quality Kosher Food Center, 1961 S. W. 8th St., Miami, end its alleged operators, Adolph Chiel, Henrietta Chiel and Arthur H. Bressler, be placed in receivership, was filed this week in the Dade county circuit court by Von Zamft and Simon, attorneys for Joseph Sherzer, owner of the Dade Kosher Market. 159 5th st., Miami. Sherzer filed the complaint on the allegation that he had bought the Dade market from the Chiels in 1946, with a signed stipulation by them that they would refrain from operating a kosher meat matket in Dade county for two ind a half years, or until Sherzer ceased his operation of the market Sherzer maintains that the Chiels violated this agreement in their operation of the 8th street store, and that this operation had caused him to suffer a loss of business. To the votina ritizens ei Miam' Baach: It is vour duty, as • Ameri-an to vote in the lection for fity councilmen Hex' Tuesday, June 3. GUARANTEED NEW BATTERIES For All Type Cars $12.00 Up We Make Them Ourselves H & H BATTERIES 4601 N. W. 22nd Ave. Phone 7-9314 HAROLD B COHEN HAROLD U. VAN DAM Beth David Sisterhood, PTA Install Officers The combined installation luncheon of the Beth David Sisterhood and the Beth David PTA, will be held Wednesday., June 4th, at 12:30, in the Bayview room of the Alcazar hotel. Mrs. Ben S. Hertz, as installation officer, will inaugurate Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs as president of the sisterhood, and Mrs. Max Feldman as president of the PTA Mrs. Alex Steibel will act as mi-tress of ceremonies. NEW YORK (JTA)—Immediate establishment of a JewishArab independent state in Palestine was urged in a resolution adopted at a meeting celebrating he twenty-fifth anniversary of the Morning Freiheit, which met n Madison Square Garden. ASBESTOS TABLE MATS ***** up** WASHINGTON (JTA) —The Daughters of the American Revolution, now holding their 56th Continental Congress here, adopted a resolution calling upon Congress to retain the present immigration system adopted in 1924. An arts and cralli exhibition, showing the work of children and adults in classes conducted during the past year at the Miami Beach YMWHA, will open at the Y building, 1 Lincoln Road, this Sunday. June 1st. and will continue until the 8ih. The exhibit is free to the public and features interesting and decorative articles in wood, metal, leather and raffia. ELECT MARGIE LIBERMAN Your City Councilman 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 $30,000 for the addition of a new wing to the Library. It is 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 fighting 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. OUR CITY COUNCIL Is working diligently on improving our recreational facilities, including a new baseball park, a football stadium and more playgrounds. POLICE sub-station is needed in the northern part of the city as well as greater police protection for all of Miami Beach. STILL WE have much to do. We must keep everlastingly on the job. We must look ahead." LET'S KEEP MARCIE LIBERMAN IN CITY COUNCIL Paid Political Advertising by Friends of Marcle Liberman



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rPTDAY, MAY 30, 1947 j^ETS Class Named For Sidney Brettholtz In accordance with recently 9(i0Bte d plans, the Miami Beach AMVETS will hold their monthly Ruction party on Saturday evenine May 31, at the Crystal room f the Poinciana hotel, Miami B The incoming class will be inducted under the class name of Sidney Brettholtz. This is in accordant with a post policy to Mm e each incoming class of members for a serviceman who died during the war. Sidney Brettholtz was the son 0 ( Mr and Mrs. Leon Brettholtz 0 ( Miami Beach. A member of the 85th Infantry division, he was killed April 21, 1945, in Italy, at the age of 24. His brother. Jack, is an active member of the AMVET post, while his brother, Charles, a student at the University of Miami, will be inducted into the class named after him. Current officers of the post are Nat Pollack, commander; Bernice Klein, adjutant; Saul Radler, senior vice commander; Holger Johanson, junior vice commander; Henry Carver, finance officer; William Baer, provost marshal; Dr. Leon M. Levin, historian; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, chaplain; Mitch Reiner, service officer, and Leonard J. Klein, public relations officer. 238 Get Sheepskins At U. of M. Graduation More than 230 students will receive diplomas this morning. May 30, at the twenty-first annual commencement exercises of the University of Miami, at the Gables theatre, Coral Gables, it was announced this week. I Ltated Among the (rradimtes arc Masters of Kiluoation, Herbert Silver •ml Esther Mildred Teitellxium; Bachelor of Arts Hernard ApplelKtum, I Gloria Bernstein, Harold It. Hotkin. Judith Chasln, Hryna Cohen, lternlce Dacks, Carl C. lilnsburjc. Marlon 1. Cold, Shirky Gold. Sophie Goldcn\hv.g. Loull lioodman, Harry H. I Klein. Charlotte Kotkln, Barbara Meyer, H. Llndy Pessln, Mania PeeI Bin. Marilyn Rosen. Joseph Schreb[ nick. Myrll Seltzer. Caryl Shapiro, Muriel Stolove ami Itita Zaret. I Bachelors of Business Administration, Samuel .1. Aluanis, I^eonard Caplln, Lillian Bsplln, Ix>uls I* Fox, Nathan Olnsberg, Myrtle Kaebnlck. I Dan Kaplan, Harold Kat. I>eah KatzIman, Irma Klrs.li, Arnold I<-on, Hetty I Levy, Bernard C, Manhelm, Norton IS. Pallot, Maurice Koucnbloom, Stanley Seller, Jay Sehlff. Charles H. ISpector, Helvin I.. Starr. I Bachelors ol Education, Philip Kap[tan, 8elma Katsman, Ranee Leopold, (Michael A, Levlne, Shirley I'olonfeky, [Howard Barath, Marilyn Sot-lof. I nilllam I. Sweltser will reo-elve the Idegree of Bachelor of Music, and ArIMmr H. Courshon that of Bachelor of I Laws, ^J* !" lstlFk>ridia,ri Attending the Beth David Campaign Kick-Of i Recently PAGE SEVENTEEN The annual luncheon meeting of the Community Cheat of Dad. County has bean called for Tuesday. June 3. at 12:15 p. m. •1 the Columbut hotel roof, according to announcement this **k by Frank J. Kelly, president. WANT MY MILK Eitab. 1124 HOMOGENIZED "tamln "D" Hfc "Mflk Product ***• Ptotea ad r fjL. 2-2621 Visit Our Farm at *' %  *••".* Snappw Creek ^^XnTJctZ^ Qt "** *"~ "** h BeUt David fund Yiddish Folk Concert Set By Vladeck Branch Lazar Rosenstein, renowned "Yiddish folklorist and singer, will be the star of a concert of Yiddish folk lore and drama to be presented by Workmens' Circle Miami Vladeck lodge No. 699, and the ladies auxiliary, at the organization's newly acquired lyceum, 1545 S. W. Third st., on Sunday, June 1, at 8 p.m. Mr. Rosenstein and local talent comprising members of the group will present a short play by Sholem Aleichem, "The Doctor." Participants in the production are Mrs. Celia Teitelbaum, Mrs. Jachson, Harry Greeaberg and Harry Rose. A series of songs and monologues will follow the play. .Tickets for the event are $120, including tax. Board Luncheon Meeting Beth Jacob Bingo Party Held By Beth David PTA Mrs. Max Feldman, newly-installed president of the Beth David Parent-Teachers association, was hostess to a luncheon meeting of the organization's board at her home, 1000 N. W. 9th court, Miami, Tuesday, May 27. Discussed at the meeting were plans and a tentative program of PTA activities for the coming year. It was decided to continue the projects of the organization which have been in effect for the past two years. Guest for the afternoon was Mrs. Norman Jacobs, president of the Beth David sisterhood. Those attending the meeting were' Mesdames Harry August. Sam August, Irving Rosen, Edward Safer, David Rayvis, Moe Shatzman, Eugene Mayers, Eleanor Eichenbaum, Moe Feingold, Robert Schweitzer, Nathan Davidow and Abe Kasow. A card and bingo party has been announced by the Beth Jacob Sisterhood, to be held on' Wednesday, June 4, at 8 p.m. at the Netherlands hotel, 1330 Ocean dr., Miami Beach. 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HfM 5l9l^!SsSH!8SJSfl!355fiU? PAGE FOURTEEN *Je*islincrldtetl TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE. iPjfoLctfy eonfiidentiat (Copyright. 1948, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON By PHINEAS J. BIRON CONFIRMATION The important declaration by Soviet representative Gromyko on Palestine at the UN special Bession has taken many Zionist i aa era and journalists by surprise Gromyko, in, a way confirms the report that Stalin, in numerous private conversations has i "Presse. himself in favo,of a jusl solution of the Jewish problem ml alestine When Professor Solomon Michoels, the Soviel Jewish leader, was here a few years ago he told D. Weizmann that the Soviet Union is in no way opposed to a Jewish state And tni late Reubin Brainin almost twenty years ago maintained that Stalin's government would stand by the Zionists when the supreme crisis would come &f INFORMATION Several members of the congressional committee 01 u ican activities arc determined to use the Hollywood probe for antiSemitic purposes Wc came across an interesting item in -1 i Committee Reporter" ol the Americai Jewish I ttee II seems that over 95.7 pei cent I I untry's 8,000,000 M,i. are opposed to anti-Semitism, acco to Murraj H Leiffer The Bureau oi Social Resi ir. at Northwestern University made a survey which took two years to con plete To I i question: "How acceptabli will a ministi youi church if he is outspoken against the Jews ,,a class?" 95.7 pei cent answi %  condemning anti-Semitism Replies came from all sections ol the country, urban as well as rural This is some record, and thu Protestant church, can rightly be proud of this amazing result %  Is there organized anti-Semitisn in education, in industry, in police forces, in Congress and in some churches? You will find an answer to this questioi in Bucklin Moon's "Thi High Cost of Prejudice," just out • • REAL CHRISTIANITY The other day we met Josephine Bush-Smith, a collateral scendant of Napoleon Bonaparte, who lives near a small town in Connecticut Josephine v< in Amei in di and is launching a movemi w unique Josi | wants all childless couples who owi to bequeathe then ti poor European refu i then way to this country "That would be a way ol atoning I to Jews by so many Christians undo: Hitler." %  lains • THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Vladimir Jabotinsky fought thi J< A ncy for many ... But a few mont \ Ipcd to est; in Palestine a co-i perative "Nachlal Jabotinsky" The Tel Aviv municipal bud., i the fiscal year 1947 is about S10.000.000 The:.was practically no publicity about the sitdown strike against the Iraq Petroleum Companj ii il ifa ... In t is .-Hike Arab and Jewish workers collab n I formed a united front ... We don't know how they do it. but I unemployment problem in Palestine, Evei lization ol over 20.000 nun ai d women from 1 the normal economy ol the country !" E^MAY 30, 1947 DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 600 N.E. 1st Av PH. 3-5308 2641 S.W Rtli St PH. -lf-3442 MY StATE VOTE FOR d S/VBIGAR GOOD MEA/ Pictured at the installation luncheon of the Sisterhood ol Temple Beth Sholom held at the Cadillac hotel May 21 are (standing, left to right) Mrs. Leon Ell, past president; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, re-elected president, and Mrs. Charles Tobin. past president. Seated is Rabbi Leon Krorush. spiritual leader of the Temple. 7 YMHA Bowling Te^T Get Shirts From Emanon The presentation of new bowl I ing sh.rts to members of Z seven bowling te ams will ( ^ the regular meeting o[ h Emanon club at the Miami Youn! Mcns Hebrew association i 56 S; W 0Q 9th *** %  Wednesday May 28, at 8:15 p. m Sam Kratish, president of the club, will present the shirt? which will be accepted by tS captains-Harold Berkowitz N. Etkins. Bob Goeh, Duke Kratish Sam Kratish, Bill Ross and N r man Stark. A special bowling shirt will be presented to Morris Grossman, director of the Miami YMHA, in appreciation 0 f his co-opt ration with the Emanon club. Dancing will follow the meeting. Refreshments will be served. The Emanon club i s a social organization open to young men and women over 21 years of age Veterans are given six months' free membership. Dr. Rand Is Named Y Home Camp Medic Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman of t: e Miami Y Home Camp committi e announces that Dr. Harold Rand : as again been designated ii : oi staff of the medical division of the camp for the comason, Dr. Hand will appoint 51 \ i ral 'nodical asociateto as >ist him in examining children preparatory to their entering the camp and to check on their heal'.:. pi riodically. Dr. Rand has I een iated with the camp since i* : iunded in 1939, except lor the yean e was in the service. Mis. Essen urged all interested ister their children liately, as registration will i the early part of June. The camp will open on June 23 and will continue for an eight-week period Beach BB Cancels Meet The Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'lith, in view of the organization's District 5 convention on June 7-10 at the Beach, will not hold its regular meeting Tuesday. June 3rd, according to Walter Kovner, president. TOG13ST BROS RyJ 13 the BtST? Mi Rabbi Joseph E. RackoYiky 1520 S. 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PAGE TWO <*Je*lslfk>ridk*n Adele Stone To Wed In Double Ring Rites Miss Adele Irma Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone, 1884 S. W. 10th St., Miami, will be married on June 2nd to George Bernstein, son of Mrs. Sivie Bernstein, 1211 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, it was learn ed here. The wedding, a double ring ceremony, will be held at the Shelborne hotel at 5 p. m., and will be performed by Rabbi Simon April. Miss Velma Abraham, of Savannah, Georgia; Miss Jear. Wolfe, of Mississippi; Miss Carol Kahn, Ellen Stone, and Hope Ellen Tanenbaum will attend the bride. Hal Hornstein will be best man and Elliott Segherman ana Daniel Goldhagen will act as ushers. The bride-to-be. a graduate ot Miami Senior high school, attended Louisiana State university, where she was president ot the Panhellenic society and a member of Lambda. She is now a senior at the University of Mami, where she is a member Ol Alpha Epsilon Phi and of Quil' Bernstein is a graduate of the school of business administration at the University of Miami and a member of Phi Epsilon Pi. Ho served 3 1-2 years with the Navy during the war in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic. The couple will honeymoon for three weeks in Northern Michigan, after which tiny will make their home in Miami. A dinner for the 200 guests will follow the ceremony. Daughter's Supper Marks Schulmans' Anniversary A supper celebrating their 24th anniversary was given Mr. and Mrs Hvman Schulman the evening of May 26 by their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finn, at the tatter's home, 735 11th St.. Miami Beach. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Nettie Dudick, of Dallas. Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fiedler of Philadelphia. Mr:. Schulman is a member of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Women and the Hadassah. The Pioneer Women of Greater Miami. Club No. 1, will sponsor its annual boat ride for the Palestine Emergency Fund, on Sunday evening, June 8th. The boat leaves Pier 6. Miami, at 8 p. m. and subscription is $1.25. Miami Hadassah Chiefs To Take Office Monday Installation of the board of the Miami Group of Hadassah will be held at a luncheon in the Robert Clay hotel at 12:30 Monday. June 2nd, with Mrs. Max Dobrin conducting the ceremonies. Jack Burris, president of the Miami Beach Zionist organization, will be invited as guest speaker, and Jean Bromberg will render vocal selections. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Irving • %  MRS. JOSEPH S. CARP Genet. Mrs. Maurice Grossman will act as mistress of ceremonies, and Mrs. Joel Belov will give the invocation. Mrs. Jack Fishman is in charge of reservations, while Mrs. Frank Kline and Mrs. Morris Wcinherg will act as hostesses. Officers to be installed arc Mesdames Joel Belov. honorary president; Joseph S. Carp, president; David Sernaker, first vice president; Frank Kline, second vice president; Hyman C. Moser, third vice president; Sidney Lefcourt. treasurer; Rae Frome, financial secretary; Irving Genet, recording secretary; and Fred Ochs, corresponding secretary. %. urdine's SunsJwu %  msAttvu JAM TEPs Cocktail Party The Greater Miami alumni of Tail Epsilon Phi fraternity will hold a cocktail party on Sunday. June 1, from 4 to 6 p.m.. at the home of Jack Mintzer. 510 Lakeview dr., Miami Beach, as the first in a series of summer events for fraternity alumni, then wives and guests. Theodore J. Sakowitz is president of the organization and Fred Miller is chairman of the event All alumni of Tau Epsilon Phi and their wives are invited. Personally Speaking A Mrc Hnrmcm Lieberman and their son, Donald, JS-tSiJS^SZm^, SS in Brooklyn. N. Y. Tn.y will return here in October. • • Miss Evelyn Brown, 1030 Fifth St.. Miami Beach will leave shorfly accompanied by her mother or two months vacataon £ The North. While there they will visit relatives in New York and New Jersey. • • Mr. and Mrs. M. Samuel. 639 West ave., Miami Beach left Tuesday for a .rip to New York where ftej/HBlMI with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Allen. • • Mrs. David L. Cohen has left Miami for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild are vacationing in New York. • • Miss Celia Dobrin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max Dobrin, of San Marco Island, has left for an extended visit with friends in Atlanta and Nashville. • • Miami Beach council candidate Harold Turk and his wife are hosts this week to Mrs. Turk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Wohlstadter. • • Miss Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Tanenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th St., Miami, has been tapped for the University of Miami's chapter of Nu Kappa Tau, national honorary society, and has received a key to "Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities." Miss Tanenbaum is dean of Alpha Epsilon Tau sorority. Mrs. Gil Balkin and her daughter Joty are visiting her parents in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Balkin, of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, has just returned from a tour through the Southeastern states and will join his family in Ohio in June. • • Miss Charlotte Blumberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg. and a senior at Miami Senior High school, has been named state winner in the Florida journalistic division for her entry in the 1947 high school editorial writing contest and awarded the Quill and Scroll, symbol of the national high school journalistic honor society. Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parness, of 3127 N. W. 54th st., will celebrate their third wedding anniversary on June 4. The Parnesses have a daughter, Sheila Rae, ten months old. Mr. Harry Schwartz is recuperating from his recent operation at Alton Read hospital. • • Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Koven, 1235 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, are leaving shortly for Michigan City, Ind., where they will spend the summer. While in the north they will attend the marriage of her daughter, Mitzie De Koven, to Jerome Goldman, in Chicago. The wedding is scheduled for June 29. Lehnnan WilTp^ At JCRS Installation The Greater Miami era*. the Jewish ConZiJ?*M Society will hold its „l,? e fc luncheon on Thursday T^* at 12:30 p. n, S'^ 5 ^ hotel, Miami Beach lb0IM Rabbi Irving Lehnnan wink installing officer for the oci which is under the chain* r of Mrs. M.UM.vPonehr^ Officers to be installed are U i han Lev.ne, president; L fe : Brown, first vice p „, Goldie Goldstein, second 1 I president: Muriel Lebow recorting secretary. Blanche Rosenthal, •jitaT'n MRS. LILL1AS LEVI.VE financial secretary; Myrtle Poo-1 cher, corresponding secretary; Ida Gordon, treasurer; Barbara We*| burg, counsellor, and Jean Dinnerstein, case chairman. Rose Levy is honorary presi-l dent of the organization who*I board consists of: Miriam Alt-1 shuler, Shirley Twergo, Evelyn Chasen. Naimi Friedman, Satin I Fine, Zena Goluskin, Muriel Kap-I Ian. Rose Levey, Esther Levin.I Teddy Magrial. Sylvia 0aw,l Beulah Scroen, Lillian Synder.l Thelma Sunshine, Florensl Schwartz. Dorothy Simkin, Shirley Wasserman, Irene Weinbert] Harriet Weiss and Cele Zissen Trustees of the JCRS areBettjl Goldman. Ida Puncher and R| Scott. Imported from Holland IN OUR FINE FOODS SHOP Case of 12 jars S7.08 • Strawberry • Raspberry • Red Current • Plum • Green Gage We've just received the first shipment of imported Jam in five delicious fruits with 60% sugar content. Packed in one-pound tins. Call our Telephone Order Board (3-1141) and order yours by the case today! The supply is limited so hurry! MIAMI STORE. FINK FOODS SHOP, FIFTH YlJUOR Charles Serkin To Take Boston Girl As Bride Charles Serkin. son of Mr. an.l Mrs. Ben Serkin. 2ti"(i N. W. 62nd st., Miami, will take as his bride Miss Elsie Silver-man, daughtei of Mrs. J. Silverman <>f Boston, Massachusetts, on June 8th at his home, in a ceremony performed by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Serkin, a graduate of Miami Senior high school, will be attended by his broth' r Isidore, as best man. He served with the army in Australia during the war. spending five years in the service. He is now affiliated with the Army surplus disposal in Miami. A reception at the Serkin home for members of the family and friends will follow the wedding, after which the couple will leave for a month's honeymoon in Mexico. The Serkins will make their home on Normandy Isle. CAMP A CHVAHGor roy 75 miles from N. Y C 21st Yr. Boys-Girls 7.16 In the healthful Shawangunk Mts All land-water sports, arts, crafts, nature study, gardening, dramatics, folk dancing. Jewish cultural activities. Dietary laws, Medical staff Competent supervision. Rate i7i Writ, for booklet. W 5 "L *• BARSHAD, Exec. Director 145/ Broadway, N.Y.C 18. BR. 9-0850 EXPERT HAIRCUTTING SUMMER SPECIAL Permanent WAVES Hot or Cold 750 1Q00 1250 1500 PEDICURE MANICURE By Jeannette jJa^^jhsti FAMED TINT AND COIFFURE ARTISTS BfcAUTY SALON OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT 1638 EUCLID AVE.. MIAMI BLACH PHONE a 1239 r"n AH Rabbi David Raab, H Temple Emanu-el in Ft I* derdale, has informed m board of the congregation m ha will leave his position as* June 1st. when his P'* | contract expires. mm\ }IWM OPEN 10:4 0 "SET" 5 9 11:46 CIINDAVH fy A WOMAN IS SOFT AND WARM • • and deadlier than steel 1 JOEL McCREA VERONICA LLAB DON DEFOBE ARLEENWHELAN PRESTON FOSTER IIi< RAMROD M si? 51