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The Jewish Floridian ( March 12, 1948 )

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^viLsltUEIliDipidliiauR Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY •^JME 21-NUMBER 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS CAMPAIGN WORKERS REPORT $776,657 TOWARD MILLION AND HALF QUOTA First Report Meeting of 1948 Drive Honors Trades Divisions; 1276 Pledge Capacity Crowd Hears Senator Pepper Denounce U.N. Political Machinations The 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal opened with a kick-off rally at a breakfast at the Steak House Sunday morninq, March I A capacity crowd attended this inaugural event of the local drive for Sl.489.925 which will be conducted through March 28. The meeting was opened with a few words of welcome and a brief invocation by Rabbi Max* Shapiro. Jacob Sher. president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, gave a comprehensive outline of the purpose for which the group had assembled and emphasized the solemn responsibility of every member of the Jewish community toward the Jews of Europe and Palestine as well as their obligations to national and local institutions which are embraced by the work of Federation. Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal for Greater Miami, gave a brief address in which he paid tribute to his co-workers and pledged the local community to untiring effort in making the present campaign a success. He concluded by introducing the keynote speaker of the occasion, the Honorable Claude Pepper, United States Senator from Florida. Senator Pepper, receiving an enthusiastic ovation from the audience, spoke at length of the situation m Europe and Palestine with particular reference to the position of the Jews in those areas. He described vividly the hideous reminders of Nazi cruelty which he had had the opportunity to observe on a tour of Europe at the close of World War II and excoriated the idea somewhat prevalent today of giving the surviving perpetrators of these crimes more lenient treatment than that accorded their Jewish victims still chafing under the frustrating circumstances of life in the displaced persons camps. Senator Pepper bluntly denounced the political machinations which are delaying the implementation of the U.N. decision to partition Palestine. "The eyes of many of the world's diplomats," he said. "are being obscured with a film of oil." He painted a glowing picture of the progress he had observed m !" case of Mrs Vashti Mcin Palestine, the self-sacrificing, Court Rules Against Religion in Schools WASHINGTON, (JTA) — Th Supreme Court this week decided, eight to one, that use of public school time and public property for religious instruction by an interfaith religious council is unconstitutional, notwithstandinp the fact that acceptance of the instruction is voluntary. The ruling, with Justice Stanley F. Reed dissenting, was made almost super-human labor of the workers, farmers, builders, and youth groups there, paying particular tribute to the noble work being' done in the field of curative and preventative medicine, the child-care centers, and clinics. The Senator denounced the Arab League and the attempts of the feudal effendis and Arab chiefs to circumvent the will of the majority of the nations of the world in establishing a Jewish State in Palestine and stated that he was of the opinion that there was no hostility to the Jewish State on the part of the native Palestinian Arab, but rather a great friendliness and a desire to live in peace with the Jews as good neighbors. The Senator concluded with a note of hope, stating that he felt Continued on Page 9) Collum, wife of a college professor in Champaign, Illinois, who said she was an atheist, and who contended that the system of religious teaching in effect in Champaign schools, though voluntary, caused embarrassment to her 12-year-old son because he alone in his school room did not take the instruction. James T. Wilson, superintendent of Schools for Dade County said he would ask John Lindsey, school board attorney for an interpretation of the Supreme court ruling as applied to this county. Religious instruction in this The First Report Meeting of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal took place Wednesday in the form of a luncheon honoring the Trades Divis'ons of the campaign. A total of 1276 pledges were reported by the various division heads constituting the amount of S776.657. This represents nearly 50'of the goal and leaves nearly 9000 prospects still<9 to be reache'd. -. #| Democracy Failure Joseph Stein, cnairman of the Appeal, presided, and urged the workers to continued effort and zeal in attaining the goal of Sl,489,925 for Greater Miami. Mr. Stein urged the worker to '•have no hesitation in asking for substantial contributions. Remember; most people realize that this is not merely charity which is being asked of them. They know the vital issues involved and are prepared to meet them in a spirit of sacrifice and responsibility to their fellow Jews throughout the world." Rabbi Murray Grauor pronounced the invocation. E. Max Goldstein, co-chairman of the Trades Division, presented harry case is furnished by a Protestant' Hoffman, one of five Chicago Catholic-Jewish council which provides the teachers and pays their salaries. The court ruled that this system violates the principle of separation of church and state. CARE Establishes Miami Headquarters At Burdines; Mayor Purchases Package In ceremonies broadcast from the main floor of Burdine's Department Store where CARE will have its headguarters, Horace Cordes, general manager of the store, expressed his gratification and that of the store at being able to contribute "in a small way" to the enterpr ise. Cordes introduced Mayor* Mr. Cordes introduced Mayor Robert Floyd who thanked CARE for bringing its guaranteed government approved package service to the City of Miami. "I commend CARE to the people of Miami," Mayor Floyd said, "To all our citizens who have friends and relatives in Europe. I urge that they come here to this CARE Center and find out about CARE. I suggest that they examine the contents of this big food package that weighs almost 22 pounds and ize what it will mean to an undernourished child, to a European widow, to a father unable to work since he came back from a Concentration Camp." He pointed out that the service of CARE solv.s a problem for the citizens (Continued on Page 16) outness men who made a tour of Europe, the Displaced Persons camps, and Palestine. Mr. Hoffman told of his trip and gave a stirring account of his visit to the D. P. camps, where, he said, it was difficult to believe that human beings could survive the suffering which these people had endured. He also described the horrifying reminders of Nazi barbarism and the fear and insecurity which still haunts all the Jews of Europe, though their spirit and will to live is admirable in its courage and persistance. Mr. Goldstein paid tribute to the work of Stanley C. Myers, Herb Scher, and cited for particular applause the Food Service and Equipment Division, headed by Joe Scheinberg, which had covered 100'/< of its prospects; the Apar'ment Hcuse Division on the Beach which through its chairman. Morris Gold, had increased the number of potential pledges in the division from some 400 to over 1200 by going over the (Continued on Page 16) Symbolized By Masaryk Death Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovak foreign minister and son of the founder of the Czech republic, was found dead early Wednesday below his Prague apartment window. The Communist-controlled government termed Masaryk's death suicide. Issac Joffe, Miami attorney, was a personal friend of the foreign minister. In October of last year Mr. and Mrs. Joffe visited with Masaryk and were his guests at sessions of the United Nations Assembly. Upon his return Joffe in an address before the B'nai B'rith luncheon club described the sessions. In the course of his remarks he stated, "But now I wish to come to what I consider the most disappointing and the most tragic observance that I met with at that Plenary Session of the General Assembly, and that was my observation of the Delegation from Czechoslovakia. There were some of whom I knew personally, and particularly, Jan Masaryk, great men all of them, but seemingly without a voice in that great assembly of nations. I looked upon his face and heard from his lips, the tragic plight in which the democratic elements of Czechoslovakia found themselves; torn between their desire to affiliate themselves with the western democracies, and the powerful influence which Soviet Russia was exerting upon her to remain in the Russian orbit as one of her satellites." Agency Names 13-Member Cabinet, 31-Man Council T, •„.,! !" A Pinknd the Council were immediately "M Commission at Lake Success. David Ben states. The results of the conare to be reported to the Council within General Zionist with the labor wing Zionist Party naming M. Kolodm. The United Laboi M among the various parties and political groupings g| !" 1 >' ,!> g£ f^,.^ JaC ob Riftin, Zvi Lurie, *eJewish community. The names of both the Cabinet Paris "*"£ Dr Qe JL i Lander; Revisionists, Dr. A. d the Council were immediately cabled to the Kaies"£> • ^ j .. Yemenite community Moshe Altman and Segal; the --. Kabashi; the Sephardic eominumty B. Shltrit, Agudas Heading the Cabinet as Premier is David Ben ^*"ff'*V e in ^> a le Agudah, Benjamin Minz; ComGunon, chairman of the Agency executive. Other mem" !" itaTsllolom Mikunis; and Rabbi Meir Berlin and Jw and their portfolios are: Moshe Shertok, Foreign —ts^JJ "presenting the Jewish National Council. A J' a 'I S; E1 ,--'-^Plan, Finance; Davidi Remez InHelen^Itoganj^ originally re used to en er Wfairs; Eliezer Kaplan, Finance; David Remez In !*nor; hzhak Gruenbaum, Labor; Fritz Bernstein, 'de; Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Education and Revisionist*, who originally refused to enter rovisional government, changed their position afte. led *at the Agency M !" ^ !" !" ^ &&rc7n£^^^rt£^j**Cl^ jg££^^G&S and the Council.. 41 acceptance by the parties and individuals conrned LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA) The U.N. discussion SecurPaltotUu he 31 sea ts on the Council, ten were assigned ££ .;,a(1|ourne d its diaouwion OT. Jb^Pai-Palestine Labor Party. They w.ll be filled £" ^ Qwing tne adoption, of j. jomt_ American^ j^n Gunon. Shertok, Kaplan. Ooldie Melrson, The vote was eight in favor of the resolution ,and none against it. The United Kingdom, Syria and Argentina abstained. The first meeting of the representatives of the Permanent Members will take place Monday morning in the New York apartment of Soviet delegate Andrei Gromyko. The British delegation announced that Britain will not participate in the consultations. The Council defeated the Belgian amendment to the U.S. resolution which would have eliminated acceptance by the Security Council of the General Assembly's partition request. It also defeated, by a vote of five to none, a U.S. provision to take note of the Assembly's demand for implementation. The American provision for consultations with the U.N. Palestine Commission, the Mandatory Power, Arabs and Jews was also defeated. The British delegation abstained from voting throughout the paragraph-by-paragraph balloting. By virtue of two Soviet votes the Council rejected the U.S. provision which would have made a distinc tion between implementing partition and takine measures to protect the peace.



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PAGE TWO *Jen ist> ftpridfi&in_ %  FRIDAY, M ARCH 12, Jewish National Fund Director To Address Local Conference March 21 Mendel N. Fisher, national executive director of the Jewish National Fund, will be the principal speaker at a Jewish National Fund Conference to be held Sunday, March 21 at Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach. His topic will be "Jewish Land for the Jewish State." *Mr. Fisher will describe the ten year plan for land acquisition for the Jewish Stale in Palestine, recently adopted at the Jewish National Fund Headquarters in Jerusalem. This plan calls for the reclamation and purchase of three million dunams of land as the national properly of the Jewish people, with one million dunams (a dunam is a quarter of an acre). as the immediate objective tn provide settlement facilities for 100.000 immigrant families within the Jewish State area. The plan calls for approximately seven and one-half acres allowable to each family. For over forty years, the Jewish National Fund has been the land purchasing department of the Zionist movement, and every inch of soil made available for Jewish colonists and pioneers has been acquired by purchase without displacement of non-Jewish inhabitants and for the most, it has been land that has been untouched for centuries in the posn of absentee Arab land ownei s. Mr. Fisher, a leading figure in American Zionism, will under the auspices of the Jl National Fund Council of G (r Miami, of which Mr. Harold Shapiro, ian. The committee In chars [Judge Morris Rothenberg Judaism CoWMSll Re-elected JNF President Advises UN On I Palestine AH ion man, former chairman of the Council, i. Uoldberg-, representing the Miami Bench Zionist District; Mrs. I Makovsky, ••!' Senior Hndassah; Mrs •' V\'i i-s. of K.i'iin ah; Mi s. Bhlrley Qui i n. of Pioneer Women No l. Ml Ethel I'cMf. of Ploneei Women No %  Mis. Rose Lusllir, "f Miirachl (Women), Burnett Roth, president of the Miami Zlonlsl District; Jack Burrls and Bhepard Broad, president ana chairman of the board, respectfully, of the Miami Be ich Zlonlsl Dlsti Id Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Rabbi Irving I..In man. Mr. Fisher, who is a member of the World Zionist Congress and Actions Committee, has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Palestine. He started his career in the field of journalism and was a member of the editorial staff of the Boston Adverl Boston Globe, San Francisco Journal and a number of other papers. The greatest part of Mr Fisher's career has been devoted to Jewish causes and : cularly to the Zionist movement. There will be no solicitation ol funds at the conference, Mrs. K l i i !'... id; fl1 Miss Lillian '; In an. Sam i' -is of the n| thl '• %  ii il in. n. Ralibl la "a l> kennzy, 1'i II Water Heaters ELECTRIC REPAIRED and REBUILT ALL MAKES Miami Water Heater Co. 2452 N. W. 36th St. Phone 9-3070 A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 Local Red Cross Seeks Relatives of Europeans With communication si tablished since the end of the war. Europeans have turning to their Red Cross ters in find long missing relatives in the United States. Requests from European chapters to locate relatives in this area are received almost daily by the Dade County Chapter of American Red Cross, reports reveal >pondeni e between manj peans and their families was pted by the war. and now Red Cross workers here are called upon to locate lost relatives usually with no elms other than the name, occupation and the ad"Miami, Florida 1).. I. County Chapter has asked that the following persons communicate with the chapter by telephone, if they wish their relatives to have their addn Paul Bader. Charles Hinkel (or Henkel), Ludwig Koenig, Paula Rolfs, Zalman Schachter, John Schwartzmann. Dora Sonnenschein. Robert Sprogis, Jack and Pauline Vinson, Judge Morris Rothenberg NEW YORK. N. V Judge Rothenberg, under whose administration the Jewish National Fund of America has remitted the sum of $45,900,000 for land purchase in Palestine during the past three years, was un animously re-elected president o* the Fund for a fourth term at p held :n tin 1 Waldorf.. hi n Beach B'nai B'rith Women Hear Andron Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will meet at the V.M & WHA Tuesday, .March 16th at 1 o'clock io hear Dr. David Andron. president of the Hebrew Academy. Music, social hour and refreshments will climax the afternoon's entertainment. NEW YORK—The American Council for Judaism, in a letter ;,, Secretary of State Marshall, called for full implementation by the United Nations of whatever decision is finally reached in reference to Palestine and a policy by the United States that will best serve American interests. In a letter signed by Leasing J. Rosenwald, president, the Council said events in Palestine and the Near East have demonstrated that the partition recommendation approved Nov. 2!l by the United Nations Assembly was not adequate in respect to prov'dins for implementation. "We record our belief that whatever decision is finally reached, whether a reaffirmation of the action of Nov. 29. 1!I47. an amendment of that action or a completely new decision, shall have the full implementation of the United Nations," the Council advised the State Department. Temple Sisterhood Members of the Temple I srael Sisterhood executive board will meet on Monday, March 15, at 10 a.m. in Kaplan Hall. "Flying Ants" MAY BE TERMITES PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH OUR BONDED TERMITE CONTROL FHA TERMS 449 W. 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tst/ir Tunrr MARCH 12, 1948 M Bkrs l-roup IMM'U** Inflation r.flatlon W88 the main topic of on al a meeting of bankd,SC n f Group 4 held at the Larlc Country Club. Miami Beach M-pek Group 4, one of six last s of' the Florida Bankers delation. Is made up of banks • Dadc Monroe and Collier countiesn F Roush, chairman of Group J| vice president of the First Ltional Bank. Miami, presided • the meeting. Leading the S£ ^ A. A. McKethan, idcnt Florida Bankers AssoLon and president Hernando SrBank. Brooksville. Mr. McKethan summed up banking's, n i:-inflation program as follows: ill To seek sound loans that ,01 increase the supply of needed goods. 12) To discourage speculative ^Wing and unessential loans that will contribute to mflationw demand. ,3) To encourage systematic savings in hank accounts, and tegular purchase of U.S. Saving Bonds. Mr. McKethan also offered a concrete plan of action to the general public. He said "Buy only what you need now; borrow only sential purposes; spend carefully; save regularly in a bank account; and invest regularly in CS. Savings Bonds." At the conclusion of the business meeting Richard C. Boggs. „ „|... president >f the Little Rive: Bunk & Trust Co. Miami was elected Group chairman f r the coming associabeginning April 7. T. A. Davis, Jr. executive vice pres: the Pan American Bank ol Miami was elected vice chflirQected s Gr iup 4 representative on the executive council of (Ike Florida B. inkers Association • T F. Dunlap, vice president It'the Riverside Bank of Miami *Jenisti mradfiatn PAGE THREE < 'OHiM'il Seeks Relatives of Ill's National Council of Jewish | Women through their Service To Foreign Born office is attempting to locate the relatives of certain DPs and refugees who are beMiami. H. J. Oiiov of Germany, now in the states, is seeking Rolf Weinberg of Dresden, who came to Florida from Havana in 1940. Moshe Konopinski of Germany is "Between You and Me" By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc. THE PALESTINE ISSUE7~T ====== === cnons by Goldie Meirson, leadina m 0 !" k~ < *. llcved lo be in this area Anyone Agency executive, to secure $50 000 nnn ,ue Iewish '"''"' inK inf rmation on the perJewish defense forces in Palestine „„'; '" coun,r y *or isons sought is asked to contact ess Mrs. Meirson returned this mmSZfiSEST : Nev erthethe council at 513 Congress Bldg.. heart ... She witness^ i,< :h Romana Spiegelstein Frey. Palestine Mandate will expire and it doTs not 7onW n l "'i" in Po,and looki "g 'or Rosa international armed force will be sent SptfShJ? Z ,t 1 any Sultek Silberman. born in War• • • Hence, the world will witness a bLoHv f IK i Y tha < ,lme %  %  P la nd about 26 years ago. and Jewish without a powerful forr. HJ Y ?> ^^ Arabs ^" mi ated *> "M6 to the country American \S35L rf ,0 main,ain r der in the U.S. from Landsberg Lech, Gerforwerd to that timesinS thev M .?* ? 98rly lookin ^ spread the civil war'in Palestine berZL £ m ie Wide "' • Als S Ught by Ma,ia P P V chances for reconsideratkmof the laZL 5 grea,6r "V 1 News Fashion Editor Addresses Alumnae I ;.. V lker, fashion edi:: il the Miami Daily News. [(resented her views on fashions it a coffee that was given by Alpha Epsilon Phi [Alumnae. Saturday, March 6th : Mrs S W. Gold| :.=-. 1775 S.W. 16th Ave., Miami. Thii was the first in a series f monthly coffees to be presentIll by the alun ii. group, and guest : be selected from professional i peak in subjects of | feminine interest. Mrs. Arnold Simon is in charge p ill arrangements and will act I hostess the affair. Rev. Barth Reviews New Book For Spinoza "The Art of Staying Sane," a book by the Rev. Joseph Barth, will be reviewed by its authoi at the next meeting of the Spinoza forum. Rev Barth, minister of the First Unitarian rnurch of Miami, will be heard Saturday afternoon, 3 p.m., on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th St., Miami Beach. Otner lectures of thr? forum include that of Charles H. Lee at 0:30 p.m. Tuesday on "Is There Life on the Other Planets' 1 and Dr. Morris Schneer Wednesday night on "Psychology for Better Living." Si .1. Freed man HEBREW BOOK STORE <17 Washington Ave. Miami Beach ktteen Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies J Synagogues and Private D <*. Also for Hebrew Schools. D'HM %  Telephone 5-1017 County Children's Com. Appoints New Members Five new members wen appointed to the Dade County Children's committee last week according to Chairman Mrs. Herbert O. Vance. County Health Commissioner T. E. Cato. Mrs. A. C. Andrew and Robert Mosher were named by Governor Millard Caldwell to serve for four years; and Miss Nina McAdams and Dr. William McKibben to two-year terms. Reappointed were Mrs Vance County Commissioner Preston II Bird, Juvenile Judge W. H. Beckham, Mrs. S. S. McCahill. School Board Member Milton Wi Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Stanle) Milledge and Mrs. Charles Tutan. Cub Seoul* Join Gold*MO %' 4 I i i I t For Program Newly organized Brownie troop No. 26 of the Miami YM & WHA will hold their Invt ititure ceremony Sunday at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of the new Y The Brownies, who range in age from 7 to 9, will meet in eonjunction with the Golden Age Club of the Y, a group whose members of the institution have been brought together Mrs Joseph J. Weinstein of 236K SW. 16th Terr, and Mrs. David A. Hess of 2190 S.W. 10th St. are the Girl Scout leaders who Helped organized the new troop. Membership includes: Eileen Bloom, Gail Brock. Bonnie Dub| bin, Judith Freeman. Louise Hess, Arline Hirsth, Ail. ne Levitt, Sandra Livingston. Arlene Malkin, Inez Pinchot, Arlem Ros< nberg, Linda Rovin. Joyce Sheiner, Francine S'lverman, Alice stone and Nina Weinstein. sky, born in 1903 in Ismail, daughter of Ignatiu Ghenov, is hoi brother. Charles Radov, 50 years old. who last lived at 1938 S.W. 6th St., Miami; and by Abram Benzel. born in Lithuania, is Sore-Cipe Eichner (nee Heiman) born in Riga Lettland, whose mother's name is Chaim iafter death of husband. Morris Eichner. she moved from Nightingale Gardens, Larchmont. N. Y., to Florida). Information is also at the council office for Louis Fromer, formerly of 119 80th St., Miami, regarding relatives. MIAMI'S LEADING EMPLOYMENT SERVICE EMPLOYERS SERVICE OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL SOUTHERN CITIES Suite 615, Seybold Bldg. 36 N. E. 1st Street Phone 3-0822 B. Ess<*ii Construction Co. 2 6 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction CAMP OSCEOLA TWO SEPARATE CAMPS FOR JEWISH CHILDREN FOR GIRLS on Mills River Horse Shoe. N. C. Resident Doctor and Nurse Modern Sanitation All Outdoor and Water Sports Directors: HERBERT SILVER. B.S. in Ed., M. Ed. BELLE SEIGEL SILVER. L.I.. B.A. 950 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 FOR BOYS on Lake Osceola Hendersonville, N. 2500 Elevation Mature Staff Sabbath Services Pullen Metal Craftsmen CLAUDE PULLEN, Owner I leslgnlng Ma king ORNAMENTAL IRON, COPPER, BRASS. ALUMINUM 395 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-5614 Miami. Fla. Vry ^m^\ LICENSED AND 'NBURED Guaranteed Work p hone 3-6924 Cheer^uUy Gi vtn HOMl smi CAMP LLE1W1 LEW A PE SALISBURY MILLS. N. Y. BOYS GIRLS -5—15 YEARS Friday evening services Everything in camping on program Private Lake — Medical Staff Individual Attention Write — Only Few Vacancies Left Lauderdale Temple Plans Musical Service Tonight A special musical service will be held at Temple Emanu-EL Fert Lauderdale, tonight. -Reob: David Raab is to speak briefly on the subject "Jewish Music." Beginning at 8 p.m the service includes a narration by Rabbi Raab of the history of Jewish music and several illustrative selections by Dana Wells, tenor, accompanied by Mrs. Wells at the piano. Odd Fellows Dance Second annual dance of the Sunshine lodge No. 9 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Miami Beach, will take place in the Ritz Plaza hotel March 27 at 8 p.m. Buddy Walker will be master of ceremonies and Freddie D'Alonso and h;s orchestra will furnish music for dancing. Also featured on the program are Dick Carmen and Sarita, "the Cuban Fireball." Proceeds of the affair are for the building fund of the lodge. SIN RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOR REST. CONVALESCENCE AND CHRONIC CASES ill I w. jo-count ONr fiBa MIAMI rinmm Quality 9ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Inc. 1725 N. 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PAGE FOUR *Jenlit fhrkUam FRIDAY. M ARCH ,2. 1948 EDITORIAL Truman the Acrobat Tight-rope walkinq is a skill which politicians must possess if they are to make headway. But the acts Mr. Truman performs before the nation and the world hardly add any glory to his ability either as an acrobat or as a stateman. It is also extremely diffficult to believe the statements attributed this week to the man who holds the high office of presidency. Acknowledging the political acrobatics as such, Drew Pearson's usually authentic sources point out an inconsistency far greater than the president's previous and constant gymnastics. We wonder whether Mr. Truman will have any comment on this item. We appreciate, of course, that Mr. Truman's chief personal preoccupation at this time is the forthcoming election. But the legalistic bombshell our Mr. Austin threw at the feet of the Security Council on the Palestine question can hardly be expected to improve the uncertain political picture Mr. Truman is facing. One can be cruel and say that Mr. Truman is just a blunderer, or a babe in the woods when it comes to international affairs. But when it is recollected how, some two years ago, Mr. Truman championed the idea of admitting immediately 100,000 Jews to Palestine and how quickly he became silent on the issue when rebuffed by Britain, his seeming reversal now of a policy we openly advocated on November 29 leads to no other conclusion but that there is a definite pattern he follows—promising when promises sound promising and reversing himself when he is asked to deliver. When the great partition debate took place before the General Assembly, the question of legality and enforcement was openly raised by the opponents of partition. Yet, our own delegation, which must have acted on instructions from Washington, supported the principle of partition and the formation of a UN implementation commission to carry out the decision with the aid of the Security Council if necessary. If there was no question of legality then, it appears only reason^ r dHT£ I :oyst Mr. President, Where Do You Stand? able that there can be no question of legality now. If the legalism developed by Mr. Austin was an afterthought, Mr. Truman and the Administration stand condemned even more. If the legalistic ruse was only an attempt to hide the plan to postpone drastic U.N. action until after the election, Mr. Truman stands accused of utilizing the tragic Palestine situation toward advancing his political ambitions. It requires no legal mind to see throuqh the A 1 itvnp Prtee The roll-call of history is beinq answered proudly on every ambushed road, in every beleaguered village of Palestine. History has now made Palestine the touchstone of the United Nations. If the United Nations now fails to meet the Arab thrust aqainst its existence, the global consequences of the development will Ie9 t on the unseeing men on whom millions of people throughout the world have rested their hopes for peace and security. If the U.N. decision on Palestine does not survive, the international body will not survive. The moment demands action, immediate action, not only for Palestine but for the entire groping world. The roll-call now sounds for the lews of America. The givers, too, have their part. Here, in Greater Miami, we have undertaken to raise SI,489,925. It is a huge sum for this community and we are well aware of it but it is a cheap price to pay for Jewish dignity, Jewish rehabilitation and Jewish rebirth. In this historic moment, what will you do? ... So that the homeless can be fed and sheltered, so that the harried house can be held, so that the Land of Israel can rise gloriously horn the lonq wastes of suffering. This is the moment this is the hour this is the year of DESTINY. false logic of the distinction between us ng international force to stop a threat to the peace and the use of such force to implement a decision whose very purpose", to an extent at least, was to maintain that peace. Mr. Austin's argument was specious for another reason. With Palestine about to rid itself of the British mandate, the country faces a political vacuum of dangerous implications unless a sovereign authority is established in all its parts. To postpone action now is a deliberate attempt to create chaos with all its consequences. Interracial Group POURING HOLY WATER ON TROUBLED OIL Lists Program Goal Sponsored by the Anti-Difamation League of B'nai B'rith. the Southern Regional Council, an interracial organization of husini-ssmen. educators and civic. labor and religious leaders, and II other prominent organizations representing every faith and the denomination predominent in the South held a conference the latter part of February. The group recommended the following: 1. Federal anti-lynching legislation. 2. A fair employment practice law, so that no one will be denied "equal opportunity to be employed, with opportunities for advancement according to ability and skill." 3. Elimination of the poll tax and "other barriers to the ballot." 4. Unsegregated graduate and professional schools. 5. More highly qualified police, including police training in the field of civil rights. Alexander F. Miller, director of ADL's Southeastern Regional office in Atlanta, told the 300 delegates, representing 54 ororganizations in 11 Southern states, that a "continuing and expanding program of concerted action is necessary if the South is to achieve equal rights for all." He suggested that a "favorable climate of opinion" could be molded if Southerners individually desisted from spreading rumors, accepted each person on his individual worth and spoke up against group prejudice "whenever and whereever it reveals itself." He also recommended that liberal Southerners join organizations dedicated to democratic ideals and then actively participate in planning programs designed to stimulate Southern attention to its own abuse of civil liberties. Paul D. Williams, chairman of the Catholic Committee of the South, served as chairman of the conference Hiding discreditable purposes behind impressive and high-soundir.g titles has long been regarded as a favorite tactic of "disreputable" groups and "front' organizations. The latest practitioners of that tactic, however, are a group of eminently respectable Americans who have launched a "committee for Justice ai i Peace in Palestine." T stated purposes are to "bring peace with justice to the Holy Land," to "further the best inter of all Jews. Christians and Moslems in the Near and Middle East."' to "foster friendly relations among the peoples of all three faiths" and to "strengthen the United Nations." Although the organization seems to have been created too hastily to permit elaboration of detail, its program calls for a "cease fire" order by the Security Council; reconsideration of the General Assembly's decision on partition; reference of the problem to the International Court of Justice; and the development of a "bi-partisan" policy on Palestine, Actually, the committee is concerned neither with justice nor peace. Its real purpose, clearlj and simply, is to destroy the emergent Jewish State and to surrender unconditionally to the Mufti and the Arab League. If the committee achieves these ends, it will be perpetrating grievous injustice and dealing a body-blow to world peace. The membership of the National Council of the new organization is interesting, Obviously, no more fitting person could havi i leeted as its executive director than Kermit Roosevelt, the most "respectable" pro-Arab League propagandist in America. Inveterate foes of Jewish national rebirth such as Virginia Gilder.sleeve. Paul Hutchinson of the Christian Century and Professor William Hocking were, of coui and lates, Nor is it surprising to find the National As-. tion of Manufacturers represented through the person of the Chairman of the NAM Board, Eai 1 Bunting. The NAM would be Berving its master's cause ill if it failed to dance to the tune of thi interests who, we suspect, are not the least influential group within NAM ranks. It need hardly be added, too, that among the charter men bei is that "acceptable" Jew, Rabbi Morris Lazaron, spiritual advisor to the Council for Judaisn who will probably fill the same post in the new body. Most of the committee, however, is made up of Christian churchmen who have been associated in one form or another with missionary work in the Near and Middle East. The opposition of these groups to Jewish settlement in Palestine, let alone the creation of a Jewish state, is not a new phenomenon. Nor are its roots difficult to trace. Their missions, colleges and hospitals in the Near and Middle East have given them as deep a vested interest in the maintenance of the status quo as the feudal rulers of the Arab lands. Their relationship to and dependence on the oil companies would make it highly embarrassing for them passivi I to acquiesce in policies which the oil mogus oppose And they probably entertain deep fears that the democratizing influence a Jewish state is certain to exercise over the entire area will render the Moslems less susceptible to Christian missionary efforts and more likely to rely on their own rich spiritual and cultural heritage. The concern of the members of the committee with -justice" seems to be strikingly recent in origin. We do not recall any such restless passion lor justice when the hapless refugees of the "Exodus" were being forced back to Germany a lew .-liort months ago. We did not hear the voices el these churchmen when Jewish students were expelled Ironi Lebanon and American University in Beirut. We are not aware that these missionaries have been berating their disciples and prove converts for the medieval atrocity-propla 1 at has been unleashed against the Jew in Moslem lands. Nor did their newly found sensitivity to justice impel them to protest when their pupils so recently launched pogroms in Iraq and Syria and Aden. Scarcely less striking about the committee's stati ments is what in any other group would const, tufe incredible naivete but which in this instance falls far short of moral honesty and simple integrity, The committee calls for an end to violence in Palestine. If its members have the kind of influence in the Near East which they "untedly imagine they possess, they can very easilj step further bloodshed. These crusaders for peace need only persuade their Arab friends to abandon their war ol aggression against the Yisbuv and then armed defiance of an internationalsanctioned decision. When they call for a bipartisan policy on 1'alestine. they are no less US. What they really want is a reversal "' the traditional and present bipartisan policy "I support for a Jewish state, the official policy npiy ..I both parties but of the United States el America. And to declare that one of commitito strengthen the UN is brazen effrontery; for no one has had the temerity to that the UN will be gravely, if not fatally, %  d 1 its decision on Palestine is subverted by Arab violence. One thing, however, is clear. These churchmen have been mere deeply corrupted by the hsm of the Middle East than the Moslems been enlightened and uplifted by their misv efforts. We can only hope that lengthy ana continued sojourn in America will help them ';' V'Vi ''' v n Christianity which has led the vast majority of their fellow-Christian churchmen in this country to be among the foremost supporters of Jewish restoration in Palestine. Meanwhile, the Committee for Justice and Peace ri Palestine would have been much more honest ••Chrk, i n n ,: i' 1,; ,f I 1 '" 1 a i """" 1 it8 u <' "!* in H I •" Fnc ds f I 1 "' American Council for Judaism another body whose name similarly stands in stark and flagrant actual aims and activities. Jewish Encyclopedia Issues New Edition The latest edition ol the tenvolume Universal Jewifh Encyipedia embi aces a weall comprehensive hi: I vealing data on Christian-Jewish relations dew n through the centuries. Announcement ol I new publication was made by Jacob Monsky, president ol Universal Jewish Encyclopedi Co., Inc.. with offices at 1 Wi St.. New York City Preparation of the new issue was supervised by I here editor-in-chief of the zinc Liberal Judaisn, wl executive and lite u association with the late Di Isaai Landman, had directed thi pilation of this popular monunental work in English, which was two decades in thi The Universal Jewish EncyCl. pedi.% togetner with a 100Reading Guide and Index, has been produced with the tion of more than W" experts and specialists hailing from fifty different coui has been acclaimed bj i American and international authorities, Christians and .h WS, as an indispensable turce of authentic information and %  u" 1 quo vehicle for the cultivat inteifaith fellowship. Published every Friday sin" 1927 contradiction to its by The Jewish Floridian at 120 N. % %  Sixth Street, Miami 18, Flr>nd.i. entered at second-class matter July *• 1930. at the Post Office of '?"!•, Fla.. under the Act of March 3. !'• The Jewish Floridian ha. B "^J! itie Jewish Unity and the •"*" Weekly. Member of the J wl '£ .',':. graphic Agency, Seven Art; %  J"'" Syndicate, Worldwide News Serviyi National Editorial Astociat on. Ame' i can Aaaociation of Eng'ish-Jew j Newspaoers. Florida Press Assodatl." SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year E HS Tw o Year* -_LU_Ji--— ~FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1141—2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street Volume i\ N n ,*!I FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1943 II ADAM 1, 5708



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rRlD ^MARCHJ2^948 Moe Braunsteins To Reside In Miami Beach *Jeni$ti Fk>rictia,/n PAGE FIVE Sam Xclsons To Uvo In It rook I VII Miss Mane C. Harris and' Sam n exchanged vows last Friday in the Beth Jacob synagogue. She is the daughter of Mrs. Natalie Steinfeld of Brooklyn, N. Y., and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nelson of Brooklyn and Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a dinner at the Alamac hotel. The bride is a graduate of Long Island University and a member of lota Alpha Pi sorority. Nelson was graduated from Brooklyn college and City College of New York. Alfred Knaster s:>i ved as his best man. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs Osias Austin of New York. The newlyweds took a short honeymoon trip to Cuba and have returned to Brooklyn where they will reside. Miss Harris, Green Announce Nuptial Plans Betrothal of Miss Rosemary Harris to Melvin L. Green was told last night by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris of 9552 Carlylc Ave., Miami Beach. The announcement was made at a silver wedding anniversary celebration held in the Robert Richter hotel for Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green of 1230 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. >:<:": %  *: %  !nd social of the FlaglerGranada Jewish Community Center group which will be held at Coral Gables WomeiVs club. The event takes place Tuesday evening at 815 p.m. Highlighting the program will be the appearance of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lowe of the Lowe Dance Studios in Coral Ga'oles who will give a dancing exhibition. Also on the program are Miss Esther Morris, local piano teacher, and Mrs. Leo Rothstein, vocalist. Mrs. James Segal, chairman of the affair, has announi ed that the public is invited to attend. Purpose of this meeting, -he explained, was to orientate residents of the new Miami section *'ith. the organization's am of creating a community center. The center is to serve the people ~.oi-ati <1 in and about 32nd Ave. between N.W. 7th St. and Coral Way. Membership in the group is open to all interested persons. Miss Hirschfeld feld to Alfred A. Altman by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf, 3110 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, and New York. Altman is the son of Mr. and Mis. Arthur Altman of New York. Miss Harris Formerly of Louisville, Ky., Miss Harris is studying at the University of Miami where she is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Green attended the University of Florida before entering the service. He served overseas in the E.T.O. in England. France, Austria and Switzerland. At present the prospective bridgeroom is a junior at the University of Miami Law school. Beach B & P PartyMiami Beach Business and Professional division of Hadassah is having an all games party Tuesday night at 9 p.m. at the Morocco hotel, Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Miami Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith Women met at the home of Mrs. Joseph Mazo Tuesday March 11 at 1 p.m. for the regular monthly board meeting. The Hub Takes Great Pleasure in Announeina the OF TH£m B&4A/D A/£W SHOP Our new store at 45 West Flagl*i* Street is full


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PAGE SIX Pkwistithrldtofi University Sororities Pledge New Members Pledged to the University of Miami's 12 sororities recently were 59 girls. The extension of bids concluded formal rushing for the seeond semester; open lushing began Monday. March 8. and will continue through Saturday. March 27. Sororities and their pledges are Alpha Delia Pi: Charlotte Amidon. Barbara Buck. Mary Frances Cunningham. Mai'jorie Perry, Elaine Fox, Marilyn Jones. Jacqueline Kroepsch and Rosemary Weishaupt; Alpha Epsilon Phi: Yvette Deakter, Geraldine Goldfeder, Marilyn Gould, Arlene Levine, Leatrice Rosenthal and Selma Ruddy; Chi Omega: Jackie Barnett, Betty Hay Miller. Joanne Pharmer and Marian Wellendorff. Delta Ddta Delta: Phyllis Alderman. Christine Dudley, Arbutis Herman, Shirley O'Grody, Jeanne Schomberg, Mary Spindler and Betty Griffin; Delta Gamma: Ins DeGraw, Carlene Gianotti, Lillian Mueller. Joanne Reinstein, Shirley Rush and Jean Wailes: D.-lla Phi Epsilon: Bar. Hornstein, Tamra Kaplan Dolores Levick, Peggy Levy Phyllis Stolzbi rg and Barbara Wachtel; Delta Zeta: Juanita Martin. Alpha Pi; Dorothea BlumBarbara Devore, Gloria I., vine, Rae Rabnick and Shirley an: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mary Appleby and Carol Engles; Phi Sigi Sigi Roslyn C >heri Corinne Cohn, Barbara Fried, Joan Kirschenbaum, Phoebe Koondel, Shirley Reiner, Anne Rosenthal and Louise Rothstein; S ana Caravacci, Mary Jane Marraccini and Paula Iman; and Zeta Tau Alpha: C: .. Sara Jackson and Tillie Rudelich. Magnavox Authorized Sales and Serv/ce *> MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY FRIDAY, MARCH 12, Shown above is the famous 19-year-old pianist, Menahem Pressler. who will give his first recital in the South March 17. He appears as the fourth artist in the Community Concert Series sponsored by the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Born in Magdeburg. Germany, Menahem and his family fled to Palestine from the Hitler regime when he was only ten. There he began his studies and later played publicly both in recital and with orchestra in the leading Palestinian cities, as well as with the Palestine Broadcasting System. Pressler became the master of the Hebrew. German and English languages, as well as Arabic and some French. Turning point in the young pianist's career came in September. 1946, when he entered and was unanimously chosen winner of the Debussy contest in San Francisco. Preparation for the contest took the boy to Greece. Italy. Switzerland. France. Ireland. Newfoundland and New York to find and learn by memory 27 compositions by the French composer, Debussy. Since then Pressler has appeared with many leading orchestras throughout the country and holds a contract for next season with the Philadelphia Symphony. His local performance will be held in the auditorium of Miami Beach High school on March 17 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets and information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-1061. One-half the proceeds from the sale of individual tickets for this concert will be turned over to Miami Beach group of Hadassah and the Zionist youth grups to be used for their Palestine Projects. Welfare Board Sponsor Basketball Tourney Barney Medintz, chairman of the Health and Physical Education Committee of the Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board, announced the second Annual Basketball Tournament of Jewish Community Centers throughout the South. Winners in each region will meet in New Orleans on March 14th to decide the champion of the Southern Section. The YMHA of New Orleans will act as host for this game. Host communities are planning a social event in conjunction with the games. Southern Section of the National Jewish Welfare Board represents twenty Jewish Community Centers in ten Southern States and is part of the National Jewish Welfare Board, the parent body of over 300 Jewish Community Centers throughout the United States. %  >'bbN Sponsor heater Evening Debbs Chapter, B'nai R L oung Women, will spoU' Uh evening at the R mg fj*" th<> TT„;„ —u s 'water of an the UWW^OMBJJ* f day March 16th. nJJSJj traction IS Oscar Wilde's nif' "The Importance of BtEfcTS and tickets for TuJ^"£ formance may be obtained^ ca.hng o the Cub president \ %  JESS Wi ab0 hold i,s a "ual Sabbath service tonight at Beth David. Participating in the Dr gram are Dolly Fishbem. Lc n 1 Wiseman, Jean Nevel and Dori, Brown. We Sell, Rent and Tune Piano SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MARKLKVS 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 Wright Hotel Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. 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flew Convalescent Home Kept Strictly Kosher The new Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home of Miami, Inc. Jas opened at 1408-14 N.E. Bayshore Place on March 8th Providing a strictly Kosher home in t he Miami community, with two onti it'l vseparate kitchens in oldl r to facilitate observing the dietary laws. The furnishings have been planned so as to make a bright and cheerful atmosphere throughout and pains are being taken to provide for the comfort and the care of guests. A new forty-foot awning is being erected for shadein front of the building. Constant nursing and board w jH be provided with a house physician always on call fpr emergencies. All physicians are invitt d to bring convalescent:-, into ne home under personal supervision. Special diets will be served, particular attention will be given to salt free diets for cardiac cases. At capacity, the Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home plans to have about forty-beds in a two story building. Reasonable rates prevail according to Isodore Gertman. director. vjemsti rivriortajn nariF THREE SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus. Owner "A Complete Placement Service' 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 Named Professor of Community Service at Yeshiva University Dr. Wordecal Soltet, Executive Director of Yethiyi University, has been designated Professor of Community Service in the Graduate School of Education ami Community Administration, established ly Yeshiva University in the furtherance of its program of arademir expansion. Dr. Soltes i author of "The Yiddish Press, an Americanising Agency", published by Teachers College, Columbia University, He was formerly National Director of Kcliuation of the Jewish Welfare Board, parent organisation of Y.M.II.A.'s ami Jewish Community Centers, and on the family of the Craduale School for Jewish Social Work. He h.ad.d the New York Metropolitan Association of Jewish Center verutives ami is honorary President of the Jewish Book Council of America. I f ust heat and serve! Pure kosher beef -all beef—pre-cooked in tender, tempting goodness in the favorite old-fashioned Jewish way. under strictest rabbinical supervision WmEB3MEB3£E5m Distributed by LEVIWSOlf FOOD SPECIAL! lES 165 N. E. 24th Street Phone 3-7791 %  VWWWrWWWW W WWWI Joseph J. Rawlson INTERIOR DECORATOR ASK THAT YOU REMEMBER THE 1948 RED CROSS DRIVE NOW IN PROGRESS The Original Joseph J. Rawlson INTERIOR DECORATOR 704 N.E. 1st Avenue Phone 3-0151 DRAPERIES—CORNICES—HEADBOARDS UPHOLSTERING—SLIP COVERS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Letters to the Editor Since November 29, 1947 when World Jewry became aware of the urgency for the defense of the Jewish community in our homeland, various representatives r dissident fighting groups in Palestine have come into our community to raise funds, ostensibly for Palestine. Perhaps their claims are valid, but only history can answer this question. These we know to be facts: 1. The establishment of the Jewish State means the future of Israel and the United Nations. 2. The established military arm of the Jewish people is the Haganah. 3. The organized Jewish community in Palestine recognizes the Haganah us the "official" militia. 4. The United Nations Palestine Commission has asked thai the Haganah be established as the Jewish militia. To support any other group at this time is to divide the armed resistance of the Jewish State and to risk defeat. Victory can only be achieved through a united military command, namely, through the Haganah. Our financial support must go to Haganah alone. The Haganah is receiving $28,000,000 from the United Jewish Appeal, which in our community means through the Combined Jewish Appeal of the Federation, and part payments are being forwarded from time to time. We therefore urge you to make as great a pledge as possible to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, and to pay as much of it as possible now. Tliis is the surest and fastest way of helping the Jewish security forces in Palestine. Sincerely yours, LEON J. ELL, Chairman Haganah Fund Raising Committee Chicagocm Heads CJF & WF Institute Appointment of Harold Glasser of Chicago, former assistant director of the U. S. Treasury's Office of International Finance, as acting director of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds' Institute on Overseas Studies, was announced recently by H. L. Lurie, Council's executive director. The Council's Institute which has associated with it a technical advisory committee of economists and social welfare experts under the chairmanship of Isador Lubin, United States member of the United Nations Commission on Economics and Employment, was organized last year to carry on a continuing survey of Jewish overseas relief and rehabilitation needs "as a basis for long range planning by Jewish overseas agencies and the Jewish communities to meet overseas Jewish needs with maximum effectiveness," according to Mr. Lurie. Jackson Investigated The Miami City Commission has appointed a committee which is investigating Jackson Memorial Hospital conditions. Serving on the committee as individual appointees of the commission members are: Beverly D. Benson, William D. Singer, E. C. Allen, Abe Aronovitz and Raymond M Miller. 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PAGE EIGHT rJewlstiflcr/<&ML %  1 Personally Speaking... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Retskin and their children Billy and Leni. are visiting Al Retskin. operator of the Pierce and Scranton hotels in Miami, and family. During their stay the visitors are residinq at 1054 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greenberg of 4445 Royal Palm Ave Miami Beach announce the birth of a son. Alan Paul, March 4 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mrs. Mollie Schulman is grandmother of the boy. Al Mansfield of Chicago arrived today with his family to visit his mother Mrs. Molly Krackow of 1781 S.W. 21st Terr. Mrs. Krackow is recovering from a lingering illness. Mrs. Sylvia Landwehr of Brooklyn and her daughter and son. Faith Ronnie and Jeffrey, are spending their vacation in Miami Beach. They will be residing at the Jeffrey apartments. 1205 Drexel Ave. till the first of May. Mrs. Landwehr is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of 1130 Drexel Ave. + A daughter .Minna Lea, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer of 1610 S.W. 20th St. February 26 at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Forer is the former Miss Ida Engler. The child was named after her grandmothers .the late Minnie Engler, pioneer Miamian, and the late Leah Forer. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony in Beth David February 28. Mrs. Fred Bulbin and daughter, Susan, of Roanoke, Va., are visiting Mr. Bulbin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin at 515 S.W. 22nd Rd. They will be joined by Fred Bulbin in a few weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Louis Palay left Wednesday for a trip to New York. Dr. Palay will attend the annual convention of the American colleges of Allergists and the American Society of Certified Allergists, and Mrs. Palay will visit her sister and brother there. Folk Chorus Present Cantata In celebration of Purim. the: Greater Miami Jewish Folk | chorus is presenting the cantata "Esther Hamalka" at their next concert. The group will appear in the auditorium of Miami Beach High school March 28. under the leadership of Louis Powesky. The cantata, a story of the salvation of the Jewish people at a time of oppression, has been chosen because its theme is comparable to the present day struggle in Palestine. The lyrics of. Wolf Yomin set to music by Moishe Rauch depict the triumph of the Jews over Haman and his cohorts. A diversified program of Yid; dish, English and Palestinian i songs, representing a cross-sec-' tion of the modern Jewish life, will feature several of the chorus soloists in combination with the group of 50 voices. Tickets may be purchased for SI.50 plus tax and may be reserved by calling 3-6705 or 48-9527. Young Israel Council Organizes Local Branch A local branch of Young Israel was organizi i Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach VM & WHA Sam Reinhard is honorary president. Louis F • %  • %  :. temporary 11 man. and Saul Genet, temp i tary. Next meeting of tne group will take place at the Y Thinsc! 7:30 at whuh time Rabbi David 11. Hill, vice president ol the national council of Young Israel will address the membership. Over 70 model synagogues throughout the nation are conducted by young men who are members <>f the national council. Purpose of their program is to i ; etuate traditional Judaism in America. Those interested in the work %  invited to attend next week's meeting Kusevitsky Concert Aids Vaad Hatzala Cantor Miihal Kusevitsky, out.>,mding Warsaw tenor, rendered the first of his Maariv concerts Wednesday night in Beth Jacob synagogue. Miami Beach. The cantorial program was sponsored by Vaad Hatzala, agency for the rcs,,„., rebel and rehabilitation of European Jewry. Rabbi Eliezar Silver, president of the sponsoring organization IU 1 Chief of the American Orthodox Rabbinate, was principal speaker and was introduced by Rabbi Samuel Sicgel, visiting of the Hatzala. Jack Satin. president of the congregation, ded. Cantor Kusevitsky will appear ,i ,i similar program Sunday night at Beth Tfilah congregation. Miami Beach. Tickets may still tained at the various syna... and Beach hotels. Great! r Miami lewish Home for the Ag''d brought a large group of their residents to Beth Jacob to hear last night's concert. ebs Leaving Beth Jacob synagogue. the scne of their February 14 wedding, are Mr. and Mrs. David Gottlieb. Their ceremony was pei foi med by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Mrs. Gottlieb is the formr Miss Sylvia Rotapel. The couple are now residing in Miami. Variety Show Aids Legless Actor Harry Greenberg, a resident of Miami for 17 years, is presenting a Yiddish variety show here to benefit, Abraham Rosenstein. the legless Jewish actor from New York. Prominent Yiddish artists will be featured for the program. The show begins at 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening in the Workmen's Circle lyeeum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Hill > Kalcr Heads Teen-age Council A House Coimcil composed of representatives of all teen-agi groups was : • % %  ently oi gani: the Miami "Y." These groups represent the "Y" and B'nai B'rith groups who hold meetings at the building. Dan Rosen'.hal, activities director of the "Y." and 11 Liebman, state tor of B'nai B'rith Youth ar coleaders of the Council At a meeting held Monday night, March 8, the following officers were elected president. Billy Kaler; vice president, Lee Rosenberg; secretary, Mel Sisenstadt; treasurer. Lois Mond: It was decided to have a Purim dance Saturday night. March 27. at the new "Y" building, Belanoffs Give Tea An afternoon tea was given yesterday in honor of Mrs. Rose Wishner and Mr. and Mrs. R, Chenko at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff. 29(11 S.W. 18th St. Guests included Mrs. Anna. Moore, Mrs. Paul Duke. Mrs. Abi K tufman, Albei t n and daughter, Mrs. R. !/ of New York: Sam Koff of Toledo; and Mrs, S Ki rn Mrs. I! Komoroff and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shepherd, all of Miami. Meiiuhi., Concert Heard Sunday Concert of Yehudi M which was -JSf fcfjf end because of the arUtfi J?* in Havana, has been A* for Sunday afternoon^? .st s appearance is the sixthsseries of eight pairs of c '" a presented by the ttfcjK Miami symphony orchestra According to an announcement by Mrs. Arnold Volpe. director 0 the series, subscription patr holding tickets for Monday S" ning are to be admitted 1 30 s U n day afternoon. Sunday p^ are to come at 4:30 p.m., their regular time. Tickets may still be purchased at the University symphony office for either concert, Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 Rabbi Ephraim Epstein Miami Beach Visitor Rabbi Ephraim Epstein of Chicago, vice president of the United Orthodox Rabbis of U.S. and Canada, arrived in Miami this week to secure assistance in helping the Jewish Talmudic students in Palestine. Vice president of the Centra'. Relief committee, a branch of the Joint Distribution Committee, Rabbi Epstein spent six months traveling throughout Europe visiting France. Austria. Germany (the American zone), Poland, Sweden, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland. He was also in Palestine on a mission for the JDC. The rabbi will be guest speaker at Sabbath morning services tomorrow In Congregation Beth Jacob synagogue. He is staying at the Tides hotel. Shlafrock Bar Mitzvah Marvin Shlafrock. son of Mi and Mrs. Max Shlafrock of 1857 N W. 38th St., will become Bar Mitzvah at 9 a.m. March 20 in Beth David synar Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, A receptam foil iws in the social hall : ir membi rs and friends of %  on In honor of thi ion a party has been an I for relafriends at the home of %  evening 21. no YOU KNOW? You Can Get Your City of Miami Car Inspection NOW LAST DAY APRIL 15 DO IT NOW — AVOID LONG WAITING LINE Mitt} Chevrolet G>. £tjGUSTBROS.Rv£ *^ is theOESTf ~\ 0 Beach Zionist Luncheon Mortimer May, national vice president of the Zionist Organization of America and former president of the southeastern region, will be guest speaker at the next luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Zionist district. 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the National hotel. Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8. 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FRIDAY MARCH 12. 1948 I)ad Chest Drive To Be Continued far short of its goal of $848,59", the 1**8 campaign of the Community Chest of Dade County will be continued indefinitely, W8S assured by A. L. Reynolds, president. Aided by additional volunteers, the Chest had collected nearly 60 percent of its goal-So far, we have collected sufficient funds to operate our agencies only part of the year," hc warned. "There are no short cuts. Budgets of all of these agencies so vital to the community have been cut to the bone. They positively can not carry on their essential services with less money. The situation is critical no w, but Dade county's social service picture will be a lot darker next fall unless we collect the necessary funds." Reynolds blamed the lagging drive on lack of sufficient solicitors. "Those on the job done splendid campaigning," he said. •'We just haven't had enough volunteers." The Chest president urged persons who have not been contacted py a solicitor to send their gifts to the Community Chest, 127 N. W 2nd St.. Miami. Recruited by Rabbis Leon Kronish, Colman A. Zwitman and Irving Lehrman more than a score of volunteers are concentrating their efforts on Miami Beach hotel solicitations were assigned t" the hotel division, Abe Allenberg chairman, by Mr. Corbin. The newly assigned workers are attempting to salvage the lagging campaign by soliciting through pledge cards which have not yet been worked. Other volunteers are being added daily, i' n Hi'' firm lined up Include Tallanoff, .150 Lincoln lid., Miami Beach; Wallace Benkey, 4516 s. Michigan Ave., Miami Beaon; >Yan. i S'elson, M.'.S Washington Ave.. :.MII; Manuel Joscloff, MT6 [AGOI • Dr., Miami Beach; Mr. and lira. Harrj V. Simons, 2127 Pine Tree IT Miami Beach; Mrs. Herman Binder, BM N.K. 90th St.. Miami Shores. Mrs Vwm.i M. Ciller. KuT, .,-!::.'. .\\. Miami Beaon; Mis. Esth.-: i' .11, ''• %  N. Bajrahore l>r.. Miami; II nah Coleman, 172.* S.W 6th St.. Miami; Mrs. J. Friedman. 10M B.W Bth Ave., Miami; Mrs. Bltelle V %  • \\ .list St.. Miami Beach. Alfie.l -' :i-, 2".")ii N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach; Mra M. B. Ilubln, 242# Haminci IT, Miami Beaoh; Mra. Al 0h.T..fi. 2483 Meridian Ave., Miami Beaih; Mrs Seymour Rubin, 552.'. 1AGorce In.. Miami Beach; Mrs. William Jasi-, 42S6 N. Alton Rd., Miami Beach; Mra I. H. PUtrlch, 1443 Alton Rd.. M ami Beach; Mrs. Isaac Kaplan, Mil All in Rd Miami Beach: Mrs. • d-Ieln. 4334 Alton Rd.. Miami It. .i, h, and Mr. and Mrs. Josfph Keller, Bin N.E 139th St., North Miami. *Jenist fkridHan MIAMI BEACH Better data Liatinga On Oceanfront Propertlea, Hotela, Hornet or Inveatmanta B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor •06 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Truttworthy Service" PAGE NINE ^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^n of the Women's Division of ihe Mrs J. Gerald Lewis. Rabbi Irvine, Lehrman Mr ^' i M "Geo 9e Chertkoff. Mrs. Joseph Lipton. C My ers, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan Lehman Mrs Irvln 9 Lehrman. Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. Stanley Orthodox Hall SCIHMIIIICMI Sunday Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has scheduled their annual Purim ball for this Sundav night. The affair is to take place at 8:30 p.m. in the new Miami YM & WHA. according to announcement by the general chairman, Mrs. Emanue! Karger. Providing the music for dancing and entertainment will be Mickey Cherep, his orchestra and vocalist. Assisting Mrs. Karger with arrangements are Mrs. Max Rappaport, in charge of tickets; Mrs. Solinger, Mrs. Sands and Mrs. Abe Pepper, refreshments; Mrs. Karp and Mrs. Nesselson, door prize. Mrs. Charles Stahl, Mrs. Fred Ochs, and Mrs. Harry Klein comprise the committee for reception. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Max Kupferstein, Mrs. A. M. Bear, Mrs. Murray Shulman, Mrs. L. Rotenberg. Mrs. Murray Grauer and Mrs. Karger. Tickets for the affair may be obtained at the congregation office or at the door the night of the dance. Everglades Club of WC Hold Picnic at Crandon Everglades club of Workmen's circle, the youth branch, are holding a picnic Sunday at Crandon park. Members and their friends will meet at the Lyceum at 11 a.m. Next meeting of the group is Tuesday evening at which time final arrangements will be made for their game night March 20. Three moving pictures will be shown at the meeting: "One People," "Brotherhood of Man," and "The Telephone Hour." Capacity Crowd Hears Sen. Pepper (Continued from Page 1) that possibly "sooner than you may believe possible, we shall see the realizations of your dream," and added his sincere conviction wil1 be inducted that the local campaign would A '-" nXs Officers Installed At ll< k a<*li4*omlor Officers of the Miami Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith will be installed at a gala banquet at the Beachcomber on Sunday, 7:30 p.m., March 14th. Harry Zukernick will be installed as president and David R. Isen, Godfrey K. Newman, and Samuel W. Shapiro as vice-presisucceed in even greater measure than anticipated. Joseph Stein then introduced the various campaign leaders. George Chertkof, chairman of the Metropolitan Unit, brought a message of encouragement and suggestion to the workers, and Morris Klass. director of G Miami Jewish Federation, gave final instructions. A closing appeal for redoubled zeal and self-dedication in the work of the drive was then given by Rabbi Colman Zwitman. The closing benediction was pronounced by Rabbi Leon Kronish. The audience was led in the singing of the National Anthem and Hatikvoh by Mrs. Edward Friedman, vocalist, and Mrs. Laurence Sapiro, accompanist. LEGAL NOTICE ANTULA HOTK CORAL GABLES PQNCt t h O Italian American Dinners STEAKS CHOP* >IA IOOD %  I | %  %  H I %  • Dl N "• t '• SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH Wimp nc?D JJ?B pa ]tn nynojna ijn fgtn Eusmnn TO JOT SUNDAY. MARCH 14th. 8 P.M. MAARIV CONCERT BETH TFILAH SYNAGOGUE 8M Euclid AT*. Miami Beach Ticket! may be obtained at Synagogue Offlce^ NOTICE TO APPEAR IN TMK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 11TII jrilli'lAI, I'lItOUlT IN AND Full PADE COUNTY, KIA>K1I>A. IN CHANCERY, No. 115419. VINCENT JAMES PIORB, Plaintiff. vs. MAE PIORB, Defendant TO: MAE PIORB 1335—fith Avonue New York, New York You are hereby notified and requlred to appear to the Bill of plain! filed In the above styled cause, on or before April 13th, 1948, otherwise the I el II of Complaint will !>•• taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published om-e a week fur four successive weeks in The Jewish Plorldlan, a newspaper putollshed in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 9th day of Marrh. 1948. B. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, (t'irrult Court Seal) B] M. C. QRBEN, I vputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at IJW 1033 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 3/12-19-20 4/3 The banquet evening will feature a complete floor show headlined by Joe E. Lewis in addition to the program planned by the Lodge social committee. Prominent civic officials have been invited to atti rid the ceremonies and invitations have als. been exten led to visaing dignitaries from Washington, D. C. Other otficers to be installed are: Barnet Beckerman, secretary; Daniel M. Broad, fin. secretary; David Pavlow, I urer; Meyer T< Jules P. Charming, guardian; W liter Ki vner, m initoi; H Zinn. assistant monitor; (.> J. Bertman, Sol Goldstrom, and ig Frankel, trustees for a three year period; Ji.cK August, trustee for two year period. Sam Shapiro, chairman for the banquet, announces that res tions can still be made at $8.00 per person, including tax Persons wishing reservations may call Shapiro at 2-4181. Purim Ball Features Local Dance Group Final arrangements have been made for the Purim ball to be given by the Miami Hebrew school and Junior congregation Sunday, March 21 at the civic center, 35 N.E. 2nd St., according to Mrs. Max Jacobskind, chairman of the entertainment committee. Bob Rubenstein is directing a group of girls in dance routines for the entertainment, Mrs. Jacobskind revealed. The group includes Ellen Stone, Lorraine Jacobskind, Maxine Bender Faye Syman, Renee Jacobson, Florice Kotkin. Sandra Stein and Rose Lee Zalkin. Third annual Purim journal will be distributed at the dance for which ads are still being accepted by Mrs. Jacobskind at 2-7066, or Mrs. Edward Becker, 3-1025. Tickets may be reserved by calling Mrs. Herbert Feldan at 3-6191. r-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH Lfitt. 3-3431 J\ YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME K WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES InlotmaUan Gladly fumiiW on Requetl SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish t 2* //OUR-' AMBSttAitCt S*K(Ce JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director J MOUNT HEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. MachteL Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV THE ''UtiTIT COURT OP THE El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP V\.< IRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115450. ELAINE PRBSTRIDOE, Plaintiff, vs. VARON PRESTRIDOE, Defendant. To: A.\lt"X I'KKSTItllHlK. R ( nidi i e Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 9th day of April, 148. Dated tlii-< i"'ii day of March, IMS. E B LEATHERMAN, Clerk Of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J GOULD, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J HAM' Attorney J27 Calumet Buildina Miami, Florida :; 12-19 j., \ i PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Mvinoruils of MHtinction" MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Selection Always on Hand 3279 S. W. 8th St. p hone 4 S922 AMBULANCE Phone 5-5844 SERVICE BEACH Memorial Chapel 1850 Alton RD. MIAMI BEACH, FI.A. IRVING BLASBERG, Treasurer R. A. NICELEY. Funeral Director 3



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PAGE TEN fJeni^ fkridfiar Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries half years as New York, Chicago and Detroit County Commissioner Val C. Cleary of Miami Beach announced that he would seek reelection to a second four-year term. A public official for 20 years. Cleary is a former Miami Beach mayor and councilman. He said he wanted to serve a second term to devote as much as possible to the Haulover Beach park which has recently been opened. served two and a a member of the state road b A veteran of the first %  war. the candidate is of Michigan college ol Mines and holds degrees in en bachelor ol' science. I.,mis F. Snedigar will .mam oppose Val C. Cleary for count] commissioner from Miami Beach. Snedigar, a four-time mayor of ,i Beach and a present councilman, run against the commissioner in 1944, the first race for tin' newly created Beach commission district. Snedigar practices law and i: active in i eal estate on the i I J. B. Ellenburg, local real i operator, ..-• running for county commission ol District 1 on his experience as a businessman. H< has expressed the belief that voters would prefer having then afhandled by a businessman than an "old line politician." Ikstands tor the advancement :i. loud control improvement, better :.and imgarbage collection. Miami Welfai e Dii i ct< >i Jesse position with the city to run for county commissioner from Preston B. Bird, for the five years a membei of th< count) board of com:: will run tor re-election in inct 4. tlie southern si etion ol the county. The ci mmissioner, Homi business man, outlined his gram lor the county as, i tinued and full development ol our tourist industr, ultun and dairying; a \ program; flood control and conservation; i facilities; new roads and j increased facilities for juveniles and i.-.ii\of the agi .. devi ment of the county s Latin American Havel ana trade an : county's many natu urcc—all with lowi I %  through the wisi us* of count) funds." Bird is chairman of the Aviation committee ol the Dade Coun. has jurisdiction i >ver ail ports, and 11 man of the Welfare conn of the county has to do with the juvenile aged program, hospitalization and all other welfare matters. have taken over in this and would hke to attempt %  ict of the element. During the 1943 session of the lature "Red" Wallace. te of the University of Miami, was attorney for Dade county delegation. He ran unsucilly for the legislature in and 1942. As a member of t h e Y ratic club of the county he P inted to ,,,, the I Democratic in 1940. s a former judge advocate of Ha vi j Seeds post, Amei i nd formerly ol • ,e '. council of Dade county. He is a member of the da and Dade B tions. \ thur has qualified is a attoi ney gen%  ite A : chool tea her, Mcpractice of law in Tampa in 1933 and continued that practice until the present n i %  epl :. of thn e ith the armed the war. He has also been ney for the State • : Public Safety, and • i ating that deent under Governor SpesHolland. Grant Stockdale, 32-yea Dis-1Marine corps veteran and \ trict 1. He is a for::. ol football coach. rney Roland R. S\ : ..-it count) paign for a : n the i ount; District l, will feature his i : veteran's low cost housitrol and Crandon .:. will 1. nship now i, who will reelecti polis in 1903. ne to Florida in 1922 i iiiy in the U. S ps in 1H42. and served thi in Bomb ging a captain. He .. %  it county : r I).ah the day he was d on inactive duty in 1945 He ned to re-enti priv I ice. Ex. Sen. Ernest R. Graham will oppose Commissioner Hugh Peters for his seat on the county m. The Dade county farmer and %  im's dairy served as and ran for g IVernor in 1943. Having come to Miami in 1921 he pioneered in the development of the Ever) specializing in the raising of milch cows and beef cattle. Before his election to the senate, (',. secretary of Hep. George A thers, has announced his lacy for the county comn from four. A of the i of Mia e he wa ball :. i pn his freshman and classi s and ol the Pi K ippa chaptter, SI I l< lent of the Miami .' Chambi r of C e. He has with ny. kdale enl as a ; n 1943 t : and receive I i utenant thi ater ol %  army "I OCCUpal pan. O. D. "Jack'' Henderson has reI from the Miami Police department to run for constable from District 2. He has been serving in the safety education deW. bster G. Wallace, M torney for 17 ye f "'" si ti tl i from th dicial district, He believes that DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plus Bttllt Deposit : PHONE 2-4128 HAROLD'S, INC Hainlrvssvrs 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES 5D467, 5-D46B 440 E. LAS DLAS BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE !• %  •.., --' w BORSCHT *f%*tm/ ROKEACH I. ROKEACH f, SONS INC. BROOKLYN NY. f ABMIMOOALC M.J, ORSCHT Be jgjIClO ug HOT S0UP partment, promoting traffic safety H,. ha., conducted the traffic observi !• ogram, serving as instructor at night traffic school, and has written numerous articles for newspapers on safe driving Before joining the police force, the candidate worked in the publicity department of a : company. He also served in the Coast Guard's submarine patrol during the war. Ken I. Hunt, a former school chum ol Henderson, has been appointed campaign manager. Constable W. M. (Newt) Hudson has declared himself a candidate for re-election In District 1. His three years as constable have brought him many experiences settling neighborhood squabili to solving murders in the county law enforcement. When Your Tablets Get Down to 4 That's the Time To Buy Some A MORE Si Mark Richard, deputy sheriff. is n signing from his office, to become effective March 15. He has been reported a possible candidate for constable, although no formal announcement has been made. Ex-Police Chief Albeit W. "Burt" Simpson has qualified as a candidate for constable in the Miami Beach district. He will run for the office now held by Harry Higgins under Judge Kenneth Oka. C ntinued on Page 14) pis 0 COM H?. llttf *g$ Alka-Seltzer AT ALL DR'JG STORES 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. PR 58-3756 Ask for ABE or IRVING RABINOWITZ



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FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1948 HEBE AND THERE Herbert H. Lehman, former governor <>f New York who is no w devoting himself exclusively to Jewish affairs, is now quietly celebrating his 70th birthday j 0 e Richards, son of Bernard G. Richards, is exhibiting his paintings at tl".' Laurel Gallery in New York • • • The critics are raving about him • HIAS plans showing ls documentary film "Placing The Displaced" throughout the country ... It was produced in Germany last summer by Martin A Burstein, the organization's public relations director Dr. tfordecai Soltes, executive direcHarold Fonts To Beside Here Mis.Helen Zalkin became Mrs Harold Pont Sunday, February 29. in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin. Charleston, S. C. Pont is the son 0 f Mis. Sadie Pont of 2611 S.W. 5th Ave, and the late Edward Pont. The early evening ceremony took place against a background of flowers and candleabras and 1 lowed by a dinner for the family and close friends. Mrs Hyman Bebergal, sister of tin' bride, and Miss Sharon Bebergal, niece, were matron of and flower girl. Leonard Pont served as his brother's best man. Miamians who attended tht wedding in Charleston included the groom's mother, Mrs. Sadii Pont: Leonard Pont; a sister. Miss Ethel Font; Mrs. Morris Kaler. aunt of the bridegroom; Sam Silver, c msin, and Irving Kaler, a a Formerly of Miami now residing in Atlanta, Ga. The newlyweds have returned motor trip along the coast of Florida and will reside in Miami where Mi. Pont is co-owner of thi Rosedale Delicatessen. OFF THE RECORD _+Jewish rhrUfcM PAGE ELEVEN tor of the Yeshiv University started out as a teacher ... His friends were not surprised when he was des.gnated Professor of Community Service by the Yeshiva University Shimon Hacohen. one of three Jewish officers in the British Army who were captured ta Greece, has published a collection of 96 sketches he made while to captivity ... He calls the volume, published in Palestine, "A Symphony of Captivity" Hacohen never sketched before! !u e *"*&** of prison life S/ hc / act ^at he had been forbidden to express his feelings in writing led him to a new form of expression Pincus gchuldenrein, a Jewish artist who survived the Nazi holocaust ,n P,,. and is now ,n the U.S. While m a DP camp in Germany he eieated a number of works dealing with Jewish Martyrolofiy under Nazism Jamcs N Roscn berg, former law partner of Sam Rosenman, is one of America's greatest artists Three of his paintings have been sent by the State Department to American embassies Rosenberg, now 73 gave up his law practice for painting some eight years ago. Mioli.ni lailirs Presents i %  *!%<* Prizes will be the special feature of the next open meeting of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, according to a n announcement by Mrs. Alex-inder K o g a n •resident. "This will be a lay of prizes." she stated "There'll be a prize to every n e III b e r who brings in a new lember." The Sisterhood Mrs. Kogan will also present to Mrs. Ben Wolf and Mrs. Arthur Eisner special prizes for bringing in the most monev f,„ ads in the Sisterhood Ad Journal and the most merchandise at the 'ecent Sisterhood Bazaar. Mrs Kogan added. A humorous "Guess Who" quiz is another feature ol the meetinfi and there will be prizes for the winners of the quiz. The meeting is to take place on Wednesdav, March 17, at 1:30 p.m. in the Temple patio. Miami Beach. Hostesses for the dav will be Mrs. Harry Cornblum. Mrs Robert Nordin and Mrs. Abe Zinnamon. 3"C Tropical Park was well filled on its opening day March 3. This is a view of the crowd of 11,534 during the running of one of the inaugural races at (the friendly track) in Coral Gables. HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner Let M 0 If A II AX'S You the FINEST AllSteel Kitchen Low Priced aze You for most costs no more than for wood kitchens! American Kitchens At >1 O N A II A \ S 2208 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-0632 Lin<*oln-M,% /VV3GUST BROS #*>cA /* the REST? WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 5:30 to 6:15 P. M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC ROYAL PALM HOTEL 1545 COLLINS AVENUE III \I \U ROOM Under Personal Supervision HARRY "PAPPY" FEINBERG Traditional Friday Night Dinners Triton Hotel Dining Room On The Ocean at Twenty-Eighth St. B till Course MKnnern Air Conditioned Operated by Erwin Frishnet Music Phone 5 5651 SUPERIOR KOSHER CUISINE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE I OMM>\ ARMS HOTEL Miami Beach Featurino STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN AND FINE CHOICE OF JEWISH DELICACIES Catering To Parties and Weddings — Phone 5-1264 STRAND RESTAURANT Our Policy: To Serve the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 P.M. to 2 A.M. Air Conditioned Washington Ave. at 13th Street Miami Beach



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PAGE TWELVE *.lfnisHkridr^r_ FRIDAY, MARCH 1 2 ItanqiM't Honors llr. M|IMII Wise Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president and founder of the Jewish Institute of Religion, and outstanding loader in Ameriean-jewish life, will be honored at a banquet and reception on Wednesday evening. March IT. at the Lord Tarleton hotel. Committee tor the testimonial affair for Dr. Wise is composed of Judge Harold D. Spaet, presiRELIGIOUS DIRECTORY l ORTHODOX CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Congregation Beth Jacob. 301W.w. inira • •• ,,, Was hington ave., Mia "*' Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. j^^ Rabb Moses Mesc heloff; i.ate FYldas evening nervier* nt r an j 0 r Louis J. Feder. v 15 a m Rabbi Hhaulru "i i; ~ ,,,.,:,, I ervlehis reaction" to an address he ma I!",, i Rot",* elut, ..I rY>r. Ple.ee I llll.-Hl II. II.' I" ,'" '". %  %  • % %  %  ~: 1 ,i, \,.*;,-iV.v:-'.v-s .:.t : -"" .*'• %  %  ho'lnn 1 in 1 I ,, thrown itmesldenl an. hi ..,!*,.. ho will iMimloel Mi• ,.,.,. ..-II Dr. Stephen S. Wise dent oi Temple Israel oi Miami; Joseph M. Ro h Jewish Center; Sam num. president, Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, wh i will act as co-chairmen, and R Colman A. Zv\ itman Irving man i I Le ii Kronish co-chairmen. The add Dr W the banq s only %  this year in Florida Dr Wise is .: to Miami witl sion. | nquel will will %  at $1 i iupl. I I I hairman, I 09 Line iln B Isn thrown It* l>ie*ldenl ami hei ntatl\pn ho win" i-omlii Bes Mr* Had • Waldorf will th. reee|>tloi audl loiluni linmedlnteb after the i in me I-J of hei fathel The off, IIIK I i (leitrude M s in ineinorj nl h. i husl II i •l, nt) S:30 II m I 1 "'' im tlie Ulan, Ron <>f Mi iind Mr* will IM Hni MM HI ,i in. Adu %  ,,, n i;, by Kabbl iBll) 111 • IM lion ol All :.. v linn Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. I--I ,i. • %  !' p HI. Kabbl l. •>i> man 111 I TinIV Sal urdin moi n i n I \v I'ul-I I.. ii.l • 'hui I. %  .,„, i,i Mi i.ml \i v % %  I' l'" 1 nndi r. .lunli i %  •'' in. Ynnth HPi-vie. II nliiK in '' -i '" VI in I. r ,, M. r will ad Wl'IIIMl %  ,, ,1; it.' %  Voi p.m. An "Ides of March" Carnival is planned by members of the ra Hirsch Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women Dunday. March 14, 7:00 p.m. at the Beach YMHA: proceeds us for purchase of food-packages for European needy families. I, ^i-.i. (!*.{ t^, -ir,m\ Miccoc ^ViirlAv PnllAnnman n*n,U n .i. i .' i n."' *,•...—. —— r — — —— — ----. .~u.,y TTomen Sunday, March 14, 7:00 p.m. at the Beach YMHA: proceeds used for purchase of food-packages for European needy families. In photo, (left to right) Misses Shirley Collegeman, president: Arlene Sisselman; Helene Milbauer; Norma Thalbin. and Mrs. Annette Wallman. E„ C r/'.r i MuS E C !" h ,i.S Visi.ors' Evening Held Joseph E. Rackovky. k) win II the :. Il III '' owed lj Kru.hu. M %  M i i Mini ii.i A i-.ll „,,, Miami Hebrew School and Temple Belh Sholom, 4144 ,... w ChasTave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W. Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel 12th ave. Rabb. S.mon April. Kelemer. LIBERAL b K ... ,> %  I' %  ... .in .Ii \< Sab,/> ii livn I r I I' HlRh wl I f"Uo Sal P • p at i • .1 in Hi. HI • \Z \ Subject A ill be "What lines Sh i Mm I HI hmH \ 1 No Mar : %  .1 |.\ Vflncha al • Portion %  Week llll ll.Hil 11 10 i ii, II. • p in. REFORM Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. 1 %  %  Ri %  I •-'. Ih M %  • M r Vln> Mi an It reci ih.Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. At Hebrew Academy \ special visitors' evening will be held at the Hebrew Academy, h St.. coiner Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach, on Monday evening, March 15th, at 8 p.m. The pri: v purpose <>f the evening is In acquaint both residents and tourists of the distinctive form of ducation of the Academy progi am. The Academy will be upen •:. evening between the hums of il and 10:30 p.m with %  : the board .>f directors icting as guides to the visitors on a tour of inspection of the Itie. Servli ea Bal uni.iv al I :i vice :• :'." a m 11:i > >l >i .,h on the Weekly Portion or • in I..IU Mini ha al •' %  p.m. followed b) Shalos Keudoa. Sunday ichool at %  .i in i Mil. rellslout %  I l '•'• : n to 6 "." p Ml • facilities and activities of the institution. The Hebrew Academy offers .•hisses for children of 'he first four years of elementary school as well as kindergarti and now has an enrollment o[ over 110 boys and girls in the school. Flora II. Hickey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave. 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pplDAY, M ARCH^ 2 1948 fSer^Elevated Sholom Presidency Marx Feinberg, Miami attorney .Jlocal resident for 23 years, an •k'llcl president of Sholem SL B'nai BTith at their last ^VM Tuesday evening in Temple Is" A graduate of the University of Man Feinberg FWKb Law school. Feinberg is of the Dade, Florida 11 Bar associations. ail active worker Ige for ten years. Ij elected president on the board of di• Miami YM & WHA and is a member of the Miami He is co-chair; ofessionaJ division C nmunity Chest drive, and a major in the Greater Miami Jew ish Federation drive. i president of the ipera Guild ensemble. Serving with Feinberg will be John K nfeld, first vice pros.: \ onovitz, second vice financial sec ; Perr; ec.; Marvin Rauzin. David Stuzin, treas.; Sail, guardian; Frank en Sam Silver, monitor: an Paul Barnett, asst. monil Three year trustees are Bill E Hurwitz; two years, L m and Milton Friednan; and one year, Burnett Roth ud Ji Wrinkle. Alex s Cohen, Sam B. Miller and Te I Bakowitz are on the y board. B'nai llrin, Plans State >LWtiiif Members of the B'nai B'rith Mate executive committee will ia' H a IT. L day meetin March 13th and 4th at the Royal Palm hotel to plan a state membership drive and discuss programs foi the state convention. Jack Abbott, State Federation preside,,, announced. Delegates from 21 Florida lodges will gather to plan a statewide membership drive beginning April 11th. The agenda and yearly programs for consideration at the annual state convention in Jacksonville on May 1st and May 2nd will be discussed Out-of-town visitors will be invited to attend Miami Beach installation ,,( officers scheduled for the evening of March 14th Sunday at the Beachcomber. Harold Turk, president of the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami and state membersh p chairman will hear reports on membership quotas from the Florida lodges, ^Jwistirhridfiain PAGE THIRTEEN it i. Landau Women Sponsor Roman Holiday Carnival A Roman Holiday carnival will be sponsored by the Clara Hirsch Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women on Sunday. 7 p m„ at the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536 Bay Road. Serving with Miss Helene Milbauer. chairman of the affair. will be: Miss Arline Sisselman | and Mrs. Annette Wallman. publicity: Mrs. Beatrice Finn, merchandise donations: the Misses Rosalyn Worth, Judy Rosoff and Norma Thalbin, social committee: Miss SheOa Wallman, carnival supplies. Proceeds of the affair will be used for the purchase of food packages for needy families in Europe. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hiv your roof repaired now; you will < .. on %  new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Mn" 414 8. W 22nd Avonuo I'HONE 4-6M0 Gables BBYO Hayride For Membership Drive A membership drive hayride will be sponsored by the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith youth organization at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. March 13th. Trucks will leave from the Hillel Foundation, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. promptly at 6:30 p.m. and will convene at Bakers Haulover grounds where refreshments and entertainment have been planned. Co-chairmen of the affair are Miss Marcia Cohen. 4-7922 and Stanley Cannon. 4-4450. Youth interested in attending the affair are urged to call for reservations at these numbers. Accompanying the party will be Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Corenblum, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seidler. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry I Sanders, all members of lh I Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge and | sponsors of the youth group. Price of Liberty A Book Review "The Price 0 f Liberty," by Nathan Schachner, published by the American Jewish Committee, 386 Fourth Ave.. New York 16, N. Y. Price $3.50. Publication date March 1. 1948. Excerpts taken from a review by Carl Carmer. The sub-title—"A History of the American Jewish Committee" -might lead to the supposition that the appeal of this book is too special to attract a wide audience. I trust thai no one will be •so misled. The Price of Liberty is a thoroughly exciting narrand a is to be heartily recended to all citizens who an interest in effective and efficient democracy. The five distinguished and thoughtful Americans who called a meeting of prominent Jews in 1906 for the purpose of organizing a committeexto aid suffering People of thenbelief throughout the world could hardly have foreBeen what was to follow. By the time a Committee of Fifty had horn organized, such proposals as to include in the statement of the Committee's purpose the phrase "to promote the welfare of Judaism" had been defeated, mo one simple purposeful sentence, a sentence which had been rigidly adhered to ever since, had been adopted: "The purpose of this Committee is to prevent infringement of the civil and religious rights of Jews and to alleviate the consequences ot persecution." v Mi-. Schachner has written an honest report of the committee's activities and progress from its inception with the present. When there were unpleasant disagreements he has recorded them. It is amazing that there have lieen so few. He has made very clear the differences between the America;-. Jewish Committee and tIn• extreme Zionists and an*l7.\' ni>ts over the question of Palestine. Nathan Schachner has written this remarkable story in a simple, direct and rhythmic stvle. He has giver, it movement and deep human quality. While his purpose was not t" wri'e a book ag'inst racial intolerance, no novel like Gentlemen's '\greemrnt or Kincsflood Royal can compare with it in power to destine the malicious nonsense of the prejudiced. Party, Highlights IIi IIVI Agenda Highlighting the activities at Hillel foundation this month, according to Director Rabbi Albert Michaels, is a Purim party prepared by the ladies auxiliary of Sholem lodge for March 24. Ely Ben Hur and Marty Galowitz, religious chairman of Hillel, have provided entertainment for the celebration. A lecture by Dr. Leon Slater, member of the University of Miami psychology department, who will speak on "Psychology and the Modern Man," is scheduled for March 23 hillel has begun again the publication of a monthly periodical. The Hillelite," Rabbi Michaels ited under the editorship of Onalee Cohen, a senior at the University and a major in journalism. Warren Sherwood and Morton Silverblatt have been named chairmen of the annual U.J.A. campaign at the university which began March 7. Goal this year is S3.000. Newly appomted interfaith chairman, Jerry Bell, has started work for monthly interfaith discussion and lectures. He is working with Margaret Ann Turner, winner of the interfaith scholarship. Regular Friday night services are conducted every week at 8:15 p.m. at the foundation. Each week an alternate sorority or fraternity plays host. Husbands Help Plan David Sisterhood Ball Husbands and wives of Beth Da\'id are working together for the Sisterhood's annual Purim Ball to be held April 4 at the Miami YMHA. Mr. and Mrs. Sam August and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer are general chairmen. Assisting the chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson, in charge of the music, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merlin, who head the ticket committee. Also Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Sticbel, in charge of contests; Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz, costumes: Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schreidel. refreshments. Representing the P.T.A. will be Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman and their committee who are cooperating with the Sisterhood. Masada Spring Dance At Miami Y Tomorrow Greater Miami chapter of Masada, young adult general Zionist affiliate will hold a spring dance at the Miami Beach YM & WHA 8:30 p.m. tomorrow night. Music for dancing will be provided by the "Music Makers." Gables Women To Elect Officers Tuesday Eve Coral Gables Women of B'nai B'rith will hold elections Tuesday night at 8:15 p.m. at thr Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. A member of the UJA speakers bureau is to address the group and plans will be made for an Eastei party in the TB ward of Pratt Veterans hospital. Refreshments will be served WHY SHLEP Let us do your shlepping of soft drinks, beer and wine and then pick up the empties. Isn't it easier? There is no extra cost—just call 48-8248 Home Beverage Service 2206 S. W. 27th AVE. COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES Auspices of Y. M. & W. H. A. OF MIAMI BEACH M I:\AII KM v it i :s s a. i: is PALESTINIAN PIANIST WEDNESDAY. MARCH 17th. 8:30 P. M. MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Tickets available at Morris Bros.. Ardmore Studios. Beach "Y or phone Mrs. Benjamin Goldstein 5-3895 BENEFIT OF PALESTINE Half the proceeds from sale of individual tickets for this concert will be donated to Miami Beach Hadassah & Zionist Youth Council to be used in Palestine (taw! K OSHER BLENDED WHISKEY To meet the demand of the Jewish public which abstains from using blended whiskey and other typ of blended liquors for fear that non-kosher materials might be used in the blending we have produced an original Kosher blended wh.skcv D) the name of ALIYAH. It is blended in str.ct compliance with the Dietary Laws. ALIYAH is produced under the suni-msion ot Rabbi Mordecai Pine-has Tcitz of Elizabeth, New Jersev. ALIYAH Whiskey is Kosher for the entire year, but NOT for Passover. ALIYAH is a blend of finer whiskies with grain neutral spirits, made to satisfy the most discriminating taste. If your neighborhood(dealer does not yet carry Aliyah Kosher Blended \\ niskey, please have him contact SOUTHERN LIQUORS CO. Phone 2-6149 1700 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami, Flor.da h KOSHER BLENDED WHISKEY LONDON* CO.. .NC NEW YOWC^V. ALIYAH / / / / / / / / / / y > 4 David Women Unveil Dora August Memorial Next regular meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be on Wednesday. March 17 at the synagogue Dedication of the Dora Augu-st Memorial will take place following the business session. Mrs. Louis Heiman, .hairman of the : will be assisted by Mrs [sadore Fine Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs, Meyer Schwartz, and Mrs. Bernard Sterling. Mrs. Schwartr will unveil the memorial TRAINING COURSE IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY Preparing Men and Women far Positions in Canning, Freezing and Preserving Industries Many Positions Open tor Graduates Day and Evening Classes G. /. Approved Miami School For Food Pm^essing Specialists 6519 S. W. Bird Road Phone £3-lJ01 r Opera Guild of Miami Present* "MADAME BUTTERFLY" WITH REG1NA RESNIK Leading Metropolitan Soprano and An All-Star Cast Who Will Sing All Three Performances MARCH 13. 15. 17 At Miami Senior H. S. Auditorium Tickets On Sale At Burdine's 3rd Floor. Phone 9-1332: Cordelia Amidon's. Miami Beach Radio Co.. and Guild Office. 625 S. W. 29th Rd.. Phone 3-5967. $2.40 $3.60 $4.80 SALE \IM I AVI 115 MIEIVMIVIS "Men Know Our Year Round Policy oi Retail at Wholesale i Prices Will Take Special Notice"! Sport ('oats Carfligans Slacks SILK GADARDINE SUITS $65 Values to $125 We Fit the Hard to Fit Austin If. Elui'liv UPSTAIRS MFKS. OI 111 I 600 LINCOLN ROAD BLDG. — ROOM 16 Open Daily 9 to 6; Sundays 11:00 to 2:00 Entrance on Pennsylvania Ave. off Lincoln Road. Miami Beach In Philadelphia Since 1906



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PAGE FOURTEEN *-J<*isHbi'd* 1 n FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1948 Political Roundup (Continued from Pago 10) Paul R. Baker of 837 N.W. First Ave., Homestead ,is a candidate for constable in district four in the May primaries. Candidates lor Justice of the peace are Troy Davis. 535 N.W. 36th St.. former member of the district welfare board; Robert F. Louys, 8234 N.E. Second Ct.; and John Ivey Ruff. 780 N.W. 55th St. Franklin Parson left the City's employ as a member of the legal staff tn campaign for the post of county solicitor. His campaign manager is Laurence Rohan. Jr.. of Hayward and Rohan law firm, and his headquarters are 1 at U2 W. Flagler St. During his 14 years with the city. Parson has been assistant city attorney and took part in many legal battles. He has also served BS attorney for the city planning and zoning board and eight years as legal adviser to the civil service board. Parson came to Miami from Pittsburgh 19 years ago. He was graduated from the University ol Pittsburgh and received hi degree at the University of Miami. This is his first campaign for public office Qualifie tion is County Solicitor Robert H T First appointed solicitor in 1925 and again in 1935, he has served continuously since the latter date, unopposed for nomination in 1946. M for sheriff of this county. Having come to Miami 18 years ago from Providence, R. I • Peering is owner of the Deering Awning &• Furniture (' Long active m civic and fraternal affairs, the candidate is a member of the Miami Rotary club and a past president of the Executive assn. of Greater Miami. He is a mcn.br. oi the area rent advisory board, and active in Miami. Miami Beach and Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce. Veteran of the Fust World War, Deering has been prominent in service and veteran organizations both here and m Massacln.s. Its Lex Green, veteran of 20 years. ngress, has jumped into the race for state railroad and public utilities commissioner Thi dent of Starke, Fla., ran unsuccessfully for governor in 1944 and for United States senate: m 1946 One of Florida's most widely known figures. Green will attempt to revive the can.pa.. ganizations he built in 1942 for his victory as congressman-atlarge over Ernest Ovei I Lit county tax collector. Geoi ge S Okell, a former re%  n to I G ip I Republican candidates in that group are William N A Gables; Oakley B. ("line Jr. and Charles A Winkelm inn. Edwin W I)' busiman, will run in the Mi SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. 1 hour by plane to Tampa, our auto service. Modern, fireproof, steam heat, elevator, solariums, patio, 60 outside rooms, 60 mineral baths, excellent cuisine; golfing, beach service, fishing. Sunshine Park track 6 miles, 2 dog tracks. American plan $10.50. European plan $5.00. Phone Clearwater 2567 for reservation. Richard A. Mack oi Coral Cables has qualified t<> sui |f on the Florida rail and public utilities comn He w .appointed a commit er last Si pti mber to take the : •.., l ,te W R Douglass. C immissioner Mack was born in Miami and graduated from the University of Florida. Ik was in business in South Florida for sixrecent war He was with the Porl lades Ruck Company when ', d in the Di Uglas Albert F. Hunt. Jr., former deputy federal marshal, has decandidate tor .if. A native of i;. %  Hunt has livi d In Miami for 19 years. A former salesman, he has deall with cars and real estate and FACE LIFTING WITHOUT SURGERY PAPAYA enzyme peel, professional treatment. Papaya Cream, home treatment. Dissolves the dead outer epidermal crust. Make nature work as in youth. Call Bette Knowlton to help solve your complexion problem. 5607 NW 7th Ave.. Ph. 78-3149. IPRA NC^ rf& 420 IINCOIK MAI MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE 5-?97fl / GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Resilvering Our Specialty I.. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8th St. PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIN LOUIS GERBER has been auditor for the state rac5 commission The candidate was also employed m the Federal Housii nistrations arch, tectural division, During the war, Hun, was a member ol the Coast^Guard port security force, He and Mrs. Hunt are now managing a Miami 3each apartment housi Jack D. Laurmiorc a former eading welterweight boxer, will I;;;,,, the Dnde county V T::::I <,..,. n av, until his I %  l943 *J result of injuries, and then worked at shipyards until the end of the ppointed by Sherifi Jimmy sulhvan a deputy in the road patrol. He has resigned to aign. Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan, who will run to succeed himsi It m the com ing elections, has opened his at 105 NAV Firsl A'. Sullivan lists from lus moid the establishment of the homicide bureau and the criminal investi, partment as some of the accomplishments during his ten. t office. Leroy Eden, Venetian blind manufacturer, has joined in the race for const n the first district. Hifirst time in politics as a Eden has lived in Miinci he was three years old, [ ( past member of the International association of Bridge, Structure and Ornamental Iron Workers. Local 272, AFL. Eden is also a member of the North Democratic club. years until he resigned last fall in protest over Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan's dismissal of his part,„.,, A. S. Goldman. A former school teacher. Fulled was principal of Lamont Junior High school, Jefferson county, for six years. Of his 16 years in Dade county, he spent 13 s a bus operator and Instructor tor Miami Transit Co. Last* fall the candidate made the daily Headlines when he refused to evict ex-servicemen from their homes in Veterans village. Running for re-election in co gress from Group III \_ n cp w „ liam C. Lantaff. Attorney Lantaff served in the army during the war attaining the rank of lieutenant colonel. An advocate of lower taxes, Lantaff has volunteered to serve on a committee to analyze the present state tax structure and make recommendations to the 1947 session. He feels that financial aid should be given to hard-pressed cities and that flood control is a state problem. John R. King, accountant and legislative candidate in Group I. has proposed a recommendation that the Florida legislature give school teachers additional tax exemption. It is the main feature of his campaign for political office. EXPERT RUG CLEANING ALL TEXTURES Free Pick-up and Delivery Prompt Service A T L A S Moving and Storage Warehouses 243 S. W. 6th St. Call 9-7654 Sam Fulford lias announced his andidacy foi constable of dis\.i 2. lb was a civil deputy :l for three and one-half ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. 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^AYJgA RCH 12, 1948 ^^lfkirffdfm/n PAGE FIFTEEN LEGAL NOTICE Shown above are the recipients of the Charles A. Ratner Memorial Scholarships for Hebrew at the University of Miami. Left to right are: Miss Dolly Fishbein. Miss Anita Kessler. Miss Beverly Koch. Aaron Zimmerman, A. P. Gannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Herbert Northrup. Jr., Mn. Matilda Ratner, who established the scholarship fund in memory of her husband, Carl Cohen, and Max Meisel, president of the Bureau. Scholarships cover the Hebrew course given at the University erery Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Class enrollment at the present time is 16. Missing from the picture are David Isen, chairman, and Rabbi Hurray Grauer. member of the scholarship committee. Itroi in.131 Holds .Musical Soiree e was held by I Ruth Broti pn tenting a group : combined their [talents last F iday evening, 8:30 Ip.m. in the music salon at the I home cf Mr. and Mrs. Paul | ,incoln Rd., Miami Beach. Among %  participating will Ik) the: known baritone. I :11c who will sins ;i Ifoup nf songs composed by IKina Zucca, internationally Ibwr. r imp .-n. pianist and Ilinger, who will accompany him pian i. The diversified prop-Ti includi•> the newly arrived [Snss vi tin virtuoso. Nana Una A will be accompanied by M ( llga Stern, Hungarian pian Ruth Brotman. hcprann. and Dr. Paul Beck, Idramatic tenor from Yugoslavia. Wising np, ratic duets and solos Income Tax Specialist BOOKKEF.I'ING SYSTEMS 4 Years With the Internal Revenue Bureau LOUIS B. BUSH Ph. 5-5272 J C O M P A N Y ALL FORMS AUTOMOBILE FIRE-WINDSTORM COMPENSATION H LIABI L I T Y LIFE *B0NDS TELEPHONE 9-3836 ,06 CONGRESS BLOC. with Anyuta Melicov at the piano. One of the features of the evening will be the "D'arcy Duo Piano Team." veterans of the last war. with arrangements on two pianos. The Beacon Players will present a short playlet, and Madame Santa Berg, continental singer, will accompany herself in interesting folk songs. Monologues will be given by "Tays," versatile artist who will also play a group of Mana-Zucea's Spanish compositions on the piano. Admission is by invitation only. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that this undersigned, desiring to engage in bui ness under the fictitious name of Van Union Company (not inc.) at i.' 31 t %Vas hlnRton Avenue. Miami Beach, int. IIH to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade County, Morida. NORMAN CUVAM and Lh'oNARD L. COVAN Partners, 2/20-27 3/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat the undersigned, desiring to engage in M under the fictitious name of Mln-Eda Restaurant at 2414'-'. Police %  % % %  Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla., intend t.. register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. EDWARD OXENBERQ MINNIE OXENBERti wasn an, Sliver A Bakowits Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-21 S/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Park Clean, rs and Hand Laundry at BJ8 N W. 36th Street, Miami. Fla. in' to register Bald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS and n __ HUTU GITTLEMAN 2/13-20-27 8/! 12 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN' THE CIRCUIT coi'iiT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115194, FRANK MARTIN, Plaintiff, vs. NANCY JAM: MARTIN, Defendant. TO: NANCY JANE MARTIN, 88 Thompson street, WaterbUI y. Connecticut You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bin of complaint for divorce filed against you by FRANK MARTIN on or before the 31st day of March, 1148, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 1st day of March, 19 IS. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk, GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 8/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned are engaged In buslunder the fictitious name of MARSHALL'S, at 188 41st Street. Miami Beach, Flotilla, and Intend to register the said fictitious name in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY HOFFMAN HENRY MARSHALL Sole Owners. GEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for applicants i 20 27 8/5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business iindei the fictitious natne ol Bill Rite Venetian Blind <'•• at 2248 s. w 8th 81 M i ml, Florida, In• Ito rei nan... with the Clerk of tin circuit court of Dade County, Flo MAX OREENFIELU ISAAC J( '111 %  Attorn. • %  foi Appll. ant 1O10 His, i. ling Miami. Florida 3/12-19-26 i 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undi r the fictitious nan i CONSUMERS; CONSUMERS MARKIM'S CONSUMERS FOOD MARKETS at 2081 N.W, 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to r. gist, t ald n.one with the Cl.rk 0 the circuit c.nirt of Dade county. Florida M VURICE DAUM. AMI S BENJAMIN Attorney for Maurice Paum. I '5-12-19-26 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. U5284. BETTY KATZ, Plaintiff, vs. BENJAMIN KATZ, Defendant. TO: BENJAMIN KATZ 178 Stagg Walk Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before April 5th, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for tour successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 2nd day of March. 1948. i: B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attoi n< > at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida a i-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in a under the fictitious name of Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at i \ i: B iyshore Place, Intend to • i Bald name with the Clerk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOWARD E. I.EPPER CLARA C LEPPER Wasman, Silver A Bakowits inta 2 20-27 3/5-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tin. fictitious name of Sanders Jewelry A: Luggage shop at 801 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register said mime with tin* clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. ABE KIRSCHENBAUM CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or TROPIX ART. HOTEL at 6S44 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said natne with the Ch-rk of the Circuit Court of Dadu County, Florida. EM \.\ IE I. GOLDSTRICH BELLE GOLDSTRICH 8, 12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the tiotltlous name of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPARTMENT STORE at 1168 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami, Florida, intends to regl '• r Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS LEIBOVITZ Petitioner MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in %  under the fictitious name of rd Po ilti j Co, at 101 N, w. 8th SI %  %  *. intend to pe| <1 name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of i lade i 'ounty, Fl. LOUIS GRONER IRLEY OELMAN MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN ys for Applicants. 2 18-20-21 :: ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA I'D COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 11531 HARRY MEYER SEAMON, Plaintiff, vs. FLORINDA BJSAMON, Defendant, TO FLORINDA 8EAMON, 2 Copley Road, Apartment No. 408, Upper i' i by, Pennsylvania, Y' >U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to ur appearance In the above styled cause t,,r divorce, on or before the 7th day of April, 19 18, i this Ml) day of March. 194s. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. lit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attoi 827 Calum.t Bull. Miami. Florida 3 12-19-26 I 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In %  .], r the fl "-'us name or \l \i: FABRICS at 126 South Ml iml W.nue. intends to register said name with tinci.'k of the Clrc 111 I our! ,f a "" C Unty F'RANK ftlSMAN. WASMAN. BILVER A BAKOWTTZ Attorneys for Applicant 8/5-12-19-26 1 3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW L NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that II,, 11, I desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 WasnIngton Avenue Miami "each. Intends to register said name with the C lent ,, f ,,,.• Clr. t 1 %  %  '< county. '"' %  %  SYDNEY MABOOLIN Owner. M \i:X FEINBERG Attorney for Applicant. I 17 8 I 12-19 ____ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 7-11 Red Road club at 711 N. W. 57th Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILFRED L. KING ANOBEL KING STANLEY CARTER Partners, MYERS, HEIMAN and KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants. 5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. ,1. siring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Bennett Wl C SSSS'WkiriS %  .w.nue, Miami, FI r,< ,, l ; regls-r s,M name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade C0UB,y LEONARD EISENBKRO Sole Owner. 2/27 3/5-12-19-26 dsssas** ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 1111'.' MORRIS QLEANA, Plaintiff, vs. M \KY GLEANA, D< fi ndant. To: MARY CLEAN A. 1069 80th .Street, Brooklyn New York. voiARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before ',,,, 19th daj "f March. 1948 Dated this 18th day of February. 1948K I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. "'"""" ''""" B?V C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J, RAND, Attorney |j j Calumet Building Miami. Florida B 20-27 3 ".-12 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADH COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. B, EUGENE E LING-MUELLER, Plaintiff, vs ALBERTA O. KLl.MiMUBLLBR, D< fendant. To: ALBERTA O. FORTEN (or ALBERTA O. FORTSON) 2109 Santee Avenue Columbia, South Carolina YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that EUGENE KLING-MUELLER, your former husband plaintiff In this cause, has filed a Petition to Modify the Final Decree of Divorce .nt.red on August 22, 1946, by the Honorable ROSS WILLIAMS'. Senior Circuit Judge. You are hereby required to file your written Appearance, Answer or other pleadings to said Petition with the Clerk of the above styled C t on or before the lsth day of March, A D. 1948; otherwise, the allegations of said Petition win be tak< n as confessed by you. IT IS ORDERED that this Notice be published on. for four (4) consecutive Weeks ill tho JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. a newspaper published In Dade Countv, Florida. DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th da) "f February, A. D. 1348. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. .it Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, 1 'eputy Clerk. VIVIoN B. RUTHERFORD 606 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff, 2/29-27 3/5-12 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY, No. 11.".012. NINA KANTAKIS. also known as MARIANNA KANTAKIS, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN KANTAKIS. Defend TO: JOHN KANTAKIS RI 1 ii nee Unknown You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled on or before -March 2.1, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint Will bo taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for ion,successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1948 E. B LEATHERMAN, !lerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MILToN A. FRIEDMAN Attornev at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 2 27 3/3-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OH ON that the underslgnsd, desiring to engage In business under the ^tR |0 us "ame Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street :. Miami Beach. %  %  JgEter S'name with the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade County, Flnr "' a BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN Petltloner. MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner. 2/13-20-27 /• ORDER OF PUBLICATION IV THB CIRCUIT CoCRT OF THE 11 Hi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No, 115X17. JOHN J. DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs. GRACE R DURKIN, Defendant THE STATE OF FLORIDA: T< >: GRACE R. DURKIN 846 Hawthorne Street Brooklyn, New YO.-K \ 1 are hereby notified and ordered to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you In the above styled cause on or before the 2!* day of March, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. L, t this Order be published once a for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLOKID1AN, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida DATED this 26th day of February, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff Congress Building Miami 32. Florida, 2/17 J/B-IM9 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT CoCRT OF THE 11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FIJDRIDA. IN CHANCERY, No, 113013. DOMINICK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff, vs, MARY LO GIUDICE, Defendant. I', I MARY LO GIUDICE I 42nd Avenue Corona, long Island, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause. on or before March 29, 1948, otherwise the bill of complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Lot this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In County, Florida. Dated this 23rd day of February, 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. c. QRBEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornev at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida. 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY', FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY, No. 114927. BOA 1.0 VIRGILO I'F.RRONE, also known as PERONI, Plaintiff, vs. FLoRE.NZA MARIA PERRONE, Defendant. TO: FLORENZA MARIA TERRONIfl Residence Unknown You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before March 22nd, 1948, otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 19th day of February, 1948. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida. 2/20-27 3/5-12



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PAGE SIXTEEN •,Jewlstforkfori FRIDAY. MARCH 12, l948 CARE Establishes Headquarters Here (Continued from Page 1) of Miami who "have many ties in Europe, some of them blood ties, to the homelands from which they or their parents came, and s^mc of them equally strong tics that all of us in America feel for our neighbors in the world." '"Subsistence diets arc not enough.'" Mayor Floyd said. "They are not enough at any time. But now when Europe's people face tlie job of rebuilding their lives and homes, their cities and industries, the problem is particularly acute. Long yens of hunger and suffering have left a backlog of malnutrition, rickets and tubExl .1 food is needed now t i combat the almost uni| bad health of Europe's people. The CARE package is an important answer to this prob1, in." -We are grateful to CARE," Mayor Floyd concluded, "for us this mo.ms for sendi help to our neighbors in Europe who look to us to help them once again to bepro, luetive members of the world community." lowing the broadcast Ma; %  : purchased the first CARE fr im Mr. Cordi s I • imily m Em • at the ci remonies atng the openini of the t':. ps, Chamber Red Cross, Y.W.C A Bi French Consulate, NeI : | i ::.! the f Social .' %  .: ".' : CARE, w in the op. : non-i vernmenl in. Rattan Furniture Use Become Widespread By MURIEL SINGER Although many people use the word-rattan and bamb io changeably, it is un to do so. according to a small, for group known as the Rattan Guild, which is composed of Miami men who are exponents of rattan craftsmanship. Bamboo, they point out. is hallow and cannot lie bent by touch or steam. It cannot make furniture unless done so by straight application. Rattan, howls a parasitic vine-like mouth, the finest of which grows in t. e "and East Indus. Unlike this type. Philippine rattan is not l i and in order to be used has i back and is not of high quality as is Dutch East InI Tohiti. Those who are sagistic concerning rattan, recognize it records :it City Hall; and the Hotel Division headed by Irving Frankel. Joseph Gardner, Irving Lachman and Murray Maurer, which has achieved unparalleled results this year, Mr. Goldstein emphasized that the success of the campaign resolves itself down to the matter of complete and full coverage of all prospects and that at the-next report n g 100'. coverage be aiin mnced The divisions rep "•<< llie total of their pledges were: Women's Division, Mrs. Abe ..,.,„ reporting, $75,006; Young Adults. S1.93fi; Winter Residents. Jack Ablin reporting. $76,910; if tel Division, Murraj ihby the clean appearance p< r-jMaurer reporting, $233,695; Youth .• mined joints, and the Division, $10.00; Metropolitan ners, as well as its Unit for Miami. Rabin Max Shapbeauty. Miami-madi rattan furniro reporting, $3,226; Metropoliiture for dining rooms, living tan Unit tor Miami Beach. Rabbi <. and bedrooms have been Leon Kronish reporting, SH.010; Meeting Honors Trades Division (Continued from Page I) LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO APPEAR 'I'll!. IT IN AMI I II IIKI.KX SMITH, I H SMITH, 1"-I! SMITH S • I • %  Ircull in I %  April n %  i, widely acclaimed. The craft was :,: si s ai ted n Miami by a 1 inner superintendent of Haywood Wadefield fai toi y, Toney l > %  er, many years ago. William N< Ison, %  if thi Ei Furniture Factory decoi located al 1225 N.E. 2nd Ave., in Miami i I the prominence of rattan furniture sold in this way, "There appears no valid rt ison why any tropical home should have a marked ter.'i and the ..1 interi r i will i attai) furniture for Mr. consultant in .: a nd :... ughout the try on ti pi im layouU. IPCJKIIC Wi II in-is Visit Washington C I one wi %  .. .. i •. d, as 2nd annual deB'nai Subject of te is: "R olved: %  t the M Plan Will %  Win:.. hools will ion thi .',.!.. %  Trophy" a; ni d by 1' U m H : [ as t ears contest, w inning i onti st%  : and the runner-up All qua: ti %  thi of gold beys, and a l conwith forensic i ills. The itinery plann tour of the national capital, A: lington. the U, s. mint, the bu'.. Smithsonian Institution, and sessions of the House and The contesl is opened to all high school youths ol Dadi county. Si IS are schedfor March 15, 16 and Debate Hall. Finals will be hi Id March 20th and will be broadcast over one ol the local radio stations. and the 41 Trade Divisions. $382,861. All workers were strongly urged to attend the next Report Meeting, which will be dedicated to the Metropolitan Unit, Sunday morning. March 14th at 10:00 a.m. at Manning's Restaurant. Rabbi Leon Kronish pronounced the closing benediction. Carnations were presented to the heads of the various divisions by Morris Klass, executive dii Greater Miami Jewish 1 ation, as a token, he said. the a Imiration and affection of their co-worker. ." ^i ne and Slati Mm i b, .v i> B. l.i: VTHhIRMAN, 1 "lei i ol the i'iicull ('• irl Courl Seal) ii. l-V .i. GOULD, Depul JOHN IT. V.x'il's Sollclto Intlff :: l: KoS Z^T? TtjGUST BROS Rw ** t aft he BEST! rav iin Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your home. They will enhance its beauty. 545 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 /'/lone Today for Prices / Made by Craftsmen Installed by Experts Custom Tailored Aluminum Also Wood Phone 9-7555 Ft. Lauderdale 1921 S. Federal Hwy. Phone 4211-J TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL ^ WE SPECIALIZE IN 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave Miami Beach Miami Phone 2-2555 FREE INSPECTION YtMing l ml aeons Organize lonm-il Miss Toby Cooper, chairman of the y 0 ung Judaea Leaders Council, announced the formation of the Miami Beach Young Judaea Council, "in order that inter-cli'.b activities and self-government shall stem from the groups thems. '.'(?." The eight junior groups of Young Judaea, the youngest of the Zionist family, held their i meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Cen•.,:•. yesterday at 7 p.m. Representatives who ittendcd the first meeting of the Council were, Pcul Belinky and Marlene Duehon, 'YaK our"; Sandrn Levy and Maxine Brandeis, "Benot Yaeob"; Madiline Haider and Sandra Kulchei, "Beersheba"; Joseph Merlin and Eugene Kolnick. "Chilutzim." Temporary officers ire: chairman, Paula Belinky; vice chairman, Eugene Kolnick; secretaiy, Madiline Raider. Advisors to the group from the Y< ting Judaea Loaders Council are the Misses Selma Lewis and Lucille Yatfoda. Miss Cooper also announced the formation of a Young Judaea Boys Group, ages 9'^ to 11, at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., who meet every Friday afternoon at 4:15 p.m. The leader of this new group, "Genesis", is Mrs. Sharon Dick, a member of the Miami Business and Professional Women of Hadassah. Oelkers For Legial ature Rep. Richard Oelkers Jr calls himself "the huiinl candidate." is SkuTTSS term in the iegtalaule hSS running from Group H. He servS on house education committee, during his 1945 and 1947 session? Oelkers opposes all f orms J new taxes ^ and supports the establishment of a medical and dental college in this county. i It UUt-Wl Miriii* FOR RENT Folding Chairs SM VI For Tour Nndl HANDEE F0LDIM8 CHAII CO, M N. B. 14U> St.. Miami 3-6176—Phone—5-753B LISTEN TO PALESTINE REPORT EVERY THURSDAY AT 8:15 P.M. W.K.A.T. .Mill I II III.M II HOME PATROL 18 Years of Reliable Service All Bonded Employees For Service Call 6-1911 — 4-6860 6190 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach Attention Hotels Department Stores Theatres Office Buildings Night Clubs Industrial Plants Restaurants Civic Buildings We scientifically Cleanse and Sanitise your Rest Room fixtures We install and periodically service our patented automatic ODORITE DEODORIZER OIMIIII 11: OF FLORIDA CO. 7316 N.E. 2nd Avenue Call 78-6613 for Further Information and Free Demonstration GOOD NEWS!! For Orthodox and Kosher Homes THE DADE KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET AT 153 N.W. 5th STREET MIAMI, FLA., PHONE 3-1430 Owners A. Chiel and H. Zaidman wish to announce that in addition to their strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a complete line of CARMEL K O s II i; R PROVISIONS has been installed Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidman We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and parties, also retail and wholesale. Come in and be convinced WTO? EVERY TUESDAY (940 on Your Dial) 5:30 to 6:15 P. M. The Dade Kosher Meat tt Poultry Market is guparrisad and endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth


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Miami, Fla
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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^viLsltUEIliDipidliiauR
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^JME 21-NUMBER 10
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
CAMPAIGN WORKERS REPORT $776,657
TOWARD MILLION AND HALF QUOTA
First Report Meeting of 1948 Drive
Honors Trades Divisions; 1276 Pledge
Capacity Crowd Hears Senator Pepper
Denounce U.N. Political Machinations
The 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal opened with a kick-off
rally at a breakfast at the Steak House Sunday morninq, March
I A capacity crowd attended this inaugural event of the local
drive for Sl.489.925 which will be conducted through March 28.
The meeting was opened with a few words of welcome and a
brief invocation by Rabbi Max*-------------------------------------------------
Shapiro.
Jacob Sher. president of Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, gave
a comprehensive outline of the
purpose for which the group had
assembled and emphasized the
solemn responsibility of every
member of the Jewish communi-
ty toward the Jews of Europe
and Palestine as well as their ob-
ligations to national and local in-
stitutions which are embraced by
the work of Federation.
Joseph R. Stein, chairman of
the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal for Greater Miami, gave a
brief address in which he paid
tribute to his co-workers and
pledged the local community to
untiring effort in making the
present campaign a success. He
concluded by introducing the key-
note speaker of the occasion, the
Honorable Claude Pepper, United
States Senator from Florida.
Senator Pepper, receiving an
enthusiastic ovation from the
audience, spoke at length of the
situation m Europe and Palestine
with particular reference to the
position of the Jews in those
areas. He described vividly the
hideous reminders of Nazi cruel-
ty which he had had the oppor-
tunity to observe on a tour of
Europe at the close of World War
II and excoriated the idea some-
what prevalent today of giving
the surviving perpetrators of
these crimes more lenient treat-
ment than that accorded their
Jewish victims still chafing under
the frustrating circumstances of
life in the displaced persons
camps.
Senator Pepper bluntly de-
nounced the political machina-
tions which are delaying the im-
plementation of the U.N. decision
to partition Palestine.
"The eyes of many of the
world's diplomats," he said.
"are being obscured with a
film of oil."
He painted a glowing picture
of the progress he had observed m case, of ,Mrs" Vashti Mc-
in Palestine, the self-sacrificing,
Court Rules Against
Religion in Schools
WASHINGTON, (JTA) Th
Supreme Court this week decid-
ed, eight to one, that use of public
school time and public property
for religious instruction by an in-
terfaith religious council is un-
constitutional, notwithstandinp
the fact that acceptance of the
instruction is voluntary.
The ruling, with Justice Stan-
ley F. Reed dissenting, was made
almost super-human labor of the
workers, farmers, builders, and
youth groups there, paying par-
ticular tribute to the noble work
being' done in the field of cura-
tive and preventative medicine,
the child-care centers, and clinics.
The Senator denounced the Arab
League and the attempts of the
feudal effendis and Arab chiefs
to circumvent the will of the ma-
jority of the nations of the world
in establishing a Jewish State in
Palestine and stated that he was
of the opinion that there was no
hostility to the Jewish State on
the part of the native Palestinian
Arab, but rather a great friendli-
ness and a desire to live in peace
with the Jews as good neighbors.
The Senator concluded with a
note of hope, stating that he felt
Continued on Page 9)
Collum, wife of a college pro-
fessor in Champaign, Illinois, who
said she was an atheist, and who
contended that the system of re-
ligious teaching in effect in
Champaign schools, though vol-
untary, caused embarrassment to
her 12-year-old son because he
alone in his school room did not
take the instruction.
James T. Wilson, superin-
tendent of Schools for Dade
County said he would ask John
Lindsey, school board attorney
for an interpretation of the
Supreme court ruling as ap-
plied to this county.
Religious instruction in this
The First Report Meeting of the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal took place Wednesday in the form of a luncheon honoring
the Trades Divis'ons of the campaign. A total of 1276 pledges
were reported by the various division heads constituting the
amount of S776.657. This represents nearly 50'- of the goal and
leaves nearly 9000 prospects still<9-------------------------------------------------
to be reache'd. -. #|
Democracy Failure
Joseph Stein, cnairman of the
Appeal, presided, and urged the
workers to continued effort and
zeal in attaining the goal of
Sl,489,925 for Greater Miami. Mr.
Stein urged the worker to 'have
no hesitation in asking for sub-
stantial contributions. Remember;
most people realize that this is not
merely charity which is being
asked of them. They know the
vital issues involved and are pre-
pared to meet them in a spirit of
sacrifice and responsibility to
their fellow Jews throughout the
world."
Rabbi Murray Grauor pro-
nounced the invocation. E. Max
Goldstein, co-chairman of the
Trades Division, presented harry
case is furnished by a Protestant- Hoffman, one of five Chicago
Catholic-Jewish council which
provides the teachers and pays
their salaries. The court ruled
that this system violates the
principle of separation of church
and state.
CARE Establishes Miami Headquarters
At Burdines; Mayor Purchases Package
In ceremonies broadcast from the main floor of Burdine's
Department Store where CARE will have its headguarters,
Horace Cordes, general manager of the store, expressed his
gratification and that of the store at being able to contribute
"in a small way" to the enterprise.__________________________
Cordes introduced Mayor*
Mr. Cordes introduced Mayor
Robert Floyd who thanked
CARE for bringing its guar-
anteed government approved
package service to the City
of Miami. "I commend CARE
to the people of Miami," Mayor
Floyd said, "To all our citizens
who have friends and relatives
in Europe. I urge that they come
here to this CARE Center and
find out about CARE. I suggest
that they examine the contents
of this big food package that
weighs almost 22 pounds and
ize what it will mean to an
undernourished child, to a Euro-
pean widow, to a father unable
to work since he came back from
a Concentration Camp." He point-
ed out that the service of CARE
solv.s a problem for the citizens
(Continued on Page 16)
outness men who made a tour of
Europe, the Displaced Persons
camps, and Palestine. Mr. Hoff-
man told of his trip and gave a
stirring account of his visit to
the D. P. camps, where, he said,
it was difficult to believe that
human beings could survive the
suffering which these people had
endured. He also described the
horrifying reminders of Nazi bar-
barism and the fear and insecurity
which still haunts all the Jews of
Europe, though their spirit and
will to live is admirable in its
courage and persistance.
Mr. Goldstein paid tribute to
the work of Stanley C. Myers,
Herb Scher, and cited for par-
ticular applause the Food Service
and Equipment Division, headed
by Joe Scheinberg, which had cov-
ered 100'/< of its prospects; the
Apar'ment Hcuse Division on the
Beach which through its chair-
man. Morris Gold, had increased
the number of potential pledges
in the division from some 400
to over 1200 by going over the
(Continued on Page 16)
Symbolized By
Masaryk Death
Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovak for-
eign minister and son of the
founder of the Czech republic,
was found dead early Wednesday
below his Prague apartment win-
dow. The Communist-controlled
government termed Masaryk's
death suicide.
Issac Joffe, Miami attorney, was
a personal friend of the foreign
minister. In October of last year
Mr. and Mrs. Joffe visited with
Masaryk and were his guests at
sessions of the United Nations
Assembly.
Upon his return Joffe in an
address before the B'nai B'rith
luncheon club described the ses-
sions. In the course of his re-
marks he stated, "But now I wish
to come to what I consider the
most disappointing and the most
tragic observance that I met with
at that Plenary Session of the
General Assembly, and that was
my observation of the Delegation
from Czechoslovakia. There were
some of whom I knew personally,
and particularly, Jan Masaryk,
great men all of them, but seem-
ingly without a voice in that
great assembly of nations. I
looked upon his face and heard
from his lips, the tragic plight in
which the democratic elements
of Czechoslovakia found them-
selves; torn between their desire
to affiliate themselves with the
western democracies, and the
powerful influence which Soviet
Russia was exerting upon her to
remain in the Russian orbit as
one of her satellites."
Agency Names 13-Member Cabinet, 31-Man Council
t, .,! a Pinkn<- while ShaDiro and Zorach Warhaftig will General Assembly" on the partitioning of the country
JERUSALEM, (JTA)-A Jl-member^ Provisional M^PWcas^ whUe^snapir^ana^ Grucnbaumi Bern. into Jewish and Arab
and a Cabinet of 13 for the new represent ... ffffSA w.ll represent the su.tations
this week-end at a meet stun ana F of ,he Gcnerai ton days.
Jewish state was named here ..
a* of the Jewish Agency following protracted negotia
tions
in
">d the Council were immediately
"M Commission at Lake Success.
David Ben
states. The results of the con-
are to be reported to the Council within
General Zionist with the labor wing
Zionist Party naming M. Kolodm. The United Laboi
M among the various parties and political groupings g|1 >' ,!> g f^,.^ JaCob Riftin, Zvi Lurie,
*eJewish community. The names of both the Cabinet Paris "*" Dr QeJLi Lander; Revisionists, Dr. A.
d the Council were immediately cabled to the Kaies- "> ^ j .. Yemenite community Moshe
Altman and Segal; the --.
Kabashi; the Sephardic eominumty B. Shltrit, Agudas
Heading the Cabinet as Premier is David Ben ^*"ff'*Ve"in. ^>ale Agudah, Benjamin Minz; Com-
Gunon, chairman of the Agency executive. Other mem- "itaTsllolom Mikunis; and Rabbi Meir Berlin and
Jw and their portfolios are: Moshe Shertok, Foreign ts^JJ "presenting the Jewish National Council.
AJ'a'IS;,.E1,--'-^Plan, Finance; Davidi Remez In- Helen^Itoganj^ originally re used to en er
Wfairs; Eliezer Kaplan, Finance; David Remez In
!*nor; hzhak Gruenbaum, Labor; Fritz Bernstein,
'de; Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, Education and
Revisionist*, who originally refused to enter
rovisional government, changed their position afte.
led *at the Agency M^^
&&rc7n^^^rt^j**Cl^ jg^^G&S and the Council..
41 acceptance by the parties and individuals con-
rned
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)
_ The U.N.
discussion
Secur-
Pal-
totUuhe 31 seats on the Council, ten were assigned .;,- a(1|ourned its diaouwion OT. J-
b^Pai-Palestine Labor Party. They w.ll be filled ^Qwing tne adoption, of j. jomt_ American^
j^n Gunon.
Shertok, Kaplan. Ooldie Melrson,

The vote was eight in favor of the resolution ,and
none against it. The United Kingdom, Syria and Ar-
gentina abstained. The first meeting of the representa-
tives of the Permanent Members will take place Mon-
day morning in the New York apartment of Soviet
delegate Andrei Gromyko. The British delegation an-
nounced that Britain will not participate in the con-
sultations.
The Council defeated the Belgian amendment to
the U.S. resolution which would have eliminated ac-
ceptance by the Security Council of the General As-
sembly's partition request. It also defeated, by a vote
of five to none, a U.S. provision to take note of the
Assembly's demand for implementation. The American
provision for consultations with the U.N. Palestine Com-
mission, the Mandatory Power, Arabs and Jews was
also defeated. The British delegation abstained from
voting throughout the paragraph-by-paragraph ballot-
ing.
By virtue of two Soviet votes the Council rejected
the U.S. provision which would have made a distinc
tion between implementing partition and takine meas-
ures to protect the peace.




PAGE TWO
*Jen ist> ftpridfi&in_


FRIDAY, MARCH 12,
Jewish National Fund Director
To Address Local Conference March 21
Mendel N. Fisher, national executive director of the Jewish
National Fund, will be the principal speaker at a Jewish Nation-
al Fund Conference to be held Sunday, March 21 at Hebrew
Academy, Miami Beach. His topic will be "Jewish Land for
the Jewish State." *-
Mr. Fisher will describe the ten
year plan for land acquisition for
the Jewish Stale in Palestine, re-
cently adopted at the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Headquarters in Jeru-
salem. This plan calls for the re-
clamation and purchase of three
million dunams of land as the
national properly of the Jewish
people, with one million dunams
(a dunam is a quarter of an acre).
as the immediate objective tn
provide settlement facilities for
100.000 immigrant families within
the Jewish State area. The plan
calls for approximately seven and
one-half acres allowable to each
family.
For over forty years, the Jew-
ish National Fund has been the
land purchasing department of
the Zionist movement, and every
inch of soil made available for
Jewish colonists and pioneers has
been acquired by purchase with-
out displacement of non-Jewish
inhabitants and for the most, it
has been land that has been un-
touched for centuries in the pos-
n of absentee Arab land
ownei s.
Mr. Fisher, a leading figure in
American Zionism, will
under the auspices of the Jl
National Fund Council of G
(r Miami, of which Mr. Harold
Shapiro, ian.
The committee In chars
[Judge Morris Rothenberg Judaism CoWMSll
Re-elected JNF President Advises UN On
I Palestine AH ion
man, former chairman of the Council,
i. Uoldberg-, representing the Miami
Bench Zionist District; Mrs. I Makov-
sky, !' Senior Hndassah; Mrs '
V\'i i-s. of K.i'iin ah; Mi s. Bhlrley
Qui i n. of Pioneer Women No l. Ml -
Ethel I'cMf. of Ploneei Women No -
Mis. Rose Lusllir, "f Miirachl (Wom-
en), Burnett Roth, president of the
Miami Zlonlsl District; Jack Burrls
and Bhepard Broad, president ana
chairman of the board, respectfully,
of the Miami Be ich Zlonlsl Dlsti Id .
Rabbi Max Shapiro, and Rabbi Irving
I..In man.
Mr. Fisher, who is a member
of the World Zionist Congress and
Actions Committee, has traveled
extensively throughout Europe
and Palestine. He started his ca-
reer in the field of journalism and
was a member of the editorial
staff of the Boston Adverl
Boston Globe, San Francisco
Journal and a number of other
papers. The greatest part of
Mr Fisher's career has been de-
voted to Jewish causes and :
cularly to the Zionist movement.
There will be no solicitation ol
funds at the conference,
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Local Red Cross Seeks
Relatives of Europeans
With communication si
tablished since the end of
the war. Europeans have
turning to their Red Cross
ters in find long missing relatives
in the United States.
Requests from European chap-
ters to locate relatives in this area
are received almost daily by the
Dade County Chapter of Ameri-
can Red Cross, reports reveal
>pondeni e between manj
peans and their families was
pted by the war. and now
Red Cross workers here are
called upon to locate lost relatives
usually with no elms other than
the name, occupation and the ad-
"Miami, Florida
1).. I. County Chapter has asked
that the following persons com-
municate with the chapter by
telephone, if they wish their rela-
tives to have their addn
Paul Bader. Charles Hinkel (or
Henkel), Ludwig Koenig, Paula
Rolfs, Zalman Schachter, John
Schwartzmann. Dora Sonnen-
schein. Robert Sprogis, Jack and
Pauline Vinson,
Judge Morris Rothenberg
NEW YORK. N. V Judge
. Rothenberg, under whose
administration the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America has re-
mitted the sum of $45,900,000 for
land purchase in Palestine during
the past three years, was un
animously re-elected president o*
the Fund for a fourth term at p
held :n tin1 Waldorf-
.. hi n .
Beach B'nai B'rith
Women Hear Andron
Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet at the
V.M & WHA Tuesday, .March 16th
at 1 o'clock io hear Dr. David
Andron. president of the Hebrew
Academy.
Music, social hour and refresh-
ments will climax the afternoon's
entertainment.
NEW YORKThe American
Council for Judaism, in a letter
;,, Secretary of State Marshall,
called for full implementation by
the United Nations of whatever
decision is finally reached in re-
ference to Palestine and a policy
by the United States that will
best serve American interests.
In a letter signed by Leasing J.
Rosenwald, president, the Council
said events in Palestine and the
Near East have demonstrated that
the partition recommendation ap-
proved Nov. 2!l by the United Na-
tions Assembly was not adequate
in respect to prov'dins for im-
plementation.
"We record our belief that
whatever decision is finally
reached, whether a reaffirmation
of the action of Nov. 29. 1!I47. an
amendment of that action or a
completely new decision, shall
have the full implementation of
the United Nations," the Council
advised the State Department.
Temple Sisterhood
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Sisterhood executive board will
meet on Monday, March 15, at
10 a.m. in Kaplan Hall.
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MBkrs l-roup
IMM'U** Inflation
r.flatlon W88 the main topic of
,', on al a meeting of bank-
d,SCnf Group 4 held at the La-
rlc Country Club. Miami Beach
M-pek Group 4, one of six
last.s of' the Florida Bankers
delation. Is made up of banks
Dadc Monroe and Collier
counties-
n F Roush, chairman of Group
. J| vice president of the First
Ltional Bank. Miami, presided
the meeting. Leading the
S ^ A. A. McKethan,
idcnt Florida Bankers Asso-
Lon and president Hernando
SrBank. Brooksville. Mr. Mc-
Kethan summed up banking's-
,ni:-inflation program as follows:
ill To seek sound loans that
,01 increase the supply of need-
ed goods.
12) To discourage speculative
^Wing and unessential loans
that will contribute to mflation-
w- demand.
,3) To encourage systematic
savings in hank accounts, and
tegular purchase of U.S. Sav-
ing Bonds.
Mr. McKethan also offered a
concrete plan of action to the
general public. He said "Buy only
what you need now; borrow only
sential purposes; spend care-
fully; save regularly in a bank
account; and invest regularly in
CS. Savings Bonds."
At the conclusion of the busi-
ness meeting Richard C. Boggs.
|... president >f the
Little Rive: Bunk & Trust Co.
Miami was elected Group
chairman f r the coming associa-
beginning April 7. T.
A. Davis, Jr. executive vice pres-
: the Pan American Bank
ol Miami was elected vice chflir-
Qected s Gr iup 4 representa-
tive on the executive council of
(Ike Florida B.inkers Association
T F. Dunlap, vice president
It'the Riverside Bank of Miami
*Jenisti mradfiatn
PAGE THREE
< 'OHiM'il Seeks
Relatives of Ill's
National Council of Jewish
| Women through their Service To
Foreign Born office is attempting
to locate the relatives of certain
DPs and refugees who are be-
Miami.
H. J. Oiiov of Germany, now
in the states, is seeking Rolf
Weinberg of Dresden, who came
to Florida from Havana in 1940.
Moshe Konopinski of Germany is
"Between You and Me"
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
THE PALESTINE ISSUe7~T =========
cnons by Goldie Meirson, leadina m0k~ < *. llcved lo be in this area- Anyone
Agency executive, to secure $50 000 nnn ,u- e Iewish '"''"'inK infrmation on the per-
Jewish defense forces in Palestine '; '" coun,ry *or isons sought is asked to contact
ess Mrs. Meirson returned this mmSZfiSEST : Neverthe- the council at 513 Congress Bldg..
heart ... She witness^ Council on PalesfeeTndca^er 1"? *6 U-N' ^uritj
Firstly, i, seemed obvious toTer thafT*|C^C,USioM '
pulating behind the scenes to waefdown th "H" iS mani-
Secondly, she aained thli^ the Par,1,1n decision
if handled by JKRv TTu^ 'hal ,he Palesline issue, f T Konopinski of Germany is
have to roml.T g ,' wlU be dragged out, since it wil seck,nS L-Drezner. born in Pilcia,
SSllH^! P agam befre ,he Purity Council Menn S"W bclieved to be in Miami
while time is running out Within another two month! v, B<>i,< :h" Romana Spiegelstein Frey.
Palestine Mandate will expire and it doTs not 7onWnl, "'i" in Po,and- looki"g 'or Rosa
international armed force will be sent SptfShJ?Z ,t 1 .any Sultek Silberman. born in War-
Hence, the world will witness a bLoHv f Ik i Y tha< ,lme P"land about 26 years ago.
and Jewish without a powerful forr.hJ Y ?> ^^ Arabs ^" "mi'ated *> "M6 to the
country American\S35L rf ,0,main,ain rder in the U.S. from Landsberg Lech, Ger-
forwerd to that timesinS thev M .?* ?98rly lookin* ^
spread the civil war'in Palestine berZL mie Wide"' Als SUght by Ma,ia PPV-
chances for reconsideratkmof the laZL 5 grea,6r "V1"
News Fashion Editor
Addresses Alumnae
I ;.. V lker, fashion edi-
:: il the Miami Daily News.
[(resented her views on fashions
it a coffee that
was given by Alpha Epsilon Phi
[Alumnae. Saturday, March 6th
: Mrs S W. Gold-
| :.=-. 1775 S.W. 16th Ave., Miami.
Thii was the first in a series
f monthly coffees to be present-
Ill by the alun ii. group, and guest
: be selected from
professional
i peak in subjects of
| feminine interest.
Mrs. Arnold Simon is in charge
p ill arrangements and will act
I hostess the affair.
Rev. Barth Reviews
New Book For Spinoza
"The Art of Staying Sane," a
book by the Rev. Joseph Barth,
will be reviewed by its authoi
at the next meeting of the
Spinoza forum. Rev Barth, minis-
ter of the First Unitarian rnurch
of Miami, will be heard Satur-
day afternoon, 3 p.m., on the
lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson.
124 11th St., Miami Beach.
Otner lectures of thr? forum
include that of Charles H. Lee
at 0:30 p.m. Tuesday on "Is There
Life on the Other Planets'1" and
Dr. Morris Schneer Wednesday
night on "Psychology for Better
Living."
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County Children's Com.
Appoints New Members
Five new members wen ap-
pointed to the Dade County Chil-
dren's committee last week ac-
cording to Chairman Mrs. Her-
bert O. Vance.
County Health Commissioner
T. E. Cato. Mrs. A. C. Andrew and
Robert Mosher were named by
Governor Millard Caldwell to
serve for four years; and Miss
Nina McAdams and Dr. William
McKibben to two-year terms.
Reappointed were Mrs Vance
County Commissioner Preston II
Bird, Juvenile Judge W. H. Beck-
ham, Mrs. S. S. McCahill. School
Board Member Milton Wi
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Stanle)
Milledge and Mrs. Charles
Tutan.
Cub Seoul* Join
Gold*MO %' 4 IiiIt
For Program
Newly organized Brownie
troop No. 26 of the Miami YM
& WHA will hold their Invt iti-
ture ceremony Sunday at 4 p.m.
in the auditorium of the new Y
The Brownies, who range in
age from 7 to 9, will meet in eon-
junction with the Golden Age
Club of the Y, a group whose
members of the institution have
been brought together
Mrs Joseph J. Weinstein of
236K SW. 16th Terr, and Mrs.
David A. Hess of 2190 S.W. 10th
St. are the Girl Scout leaders who
Helped organized the new troop.
Membership includes: Eileen
Bloom, Gail Brock. Bonnie Dub- |
bin, Judith Freeman. Louise Hess,
Arline Hirsth, Ail. ne Levitt,
Sandra Livingston. Arlene Mal-
kin, Inez Pinchot, Arlem Ros< n-
berg, Linda Rovin. Joyce Sheiner,
Francine S'lverman, Alice stone
and Nina Weinstein.
sky, born in 1903 in Ismail,
daughter of Ignatiu Ghenov, is
hoi brother. Charles Radov, 50
years old. who last lived at 1938
S.W. 6th St., Miami; and by
Abram Benzel. born in Lithuania,
is Sore-Cipe Eichner (nee Hei-
man) born in Riga Lettland,
whose mother's name is Chaim
iafter death of husband. Morris
Eichner. she moved from Night-
ingale Gardens, Larchmont. N.
Y., to Florida). Information is
also at the council office for
Louis Fromer, formerly of 119
80th St., Miami, regarding rela-
tives.
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A special musical service will
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on the subject "Jewish Music."
Beginning at 8 p.m the service
includes a narration by Rabbi
Raab of the history of Jewish
music and several illustrative se-
lections by Dana Wells, tenor,
accompanied by Mrs. Wells at
the piano.
Odd Fellows Dance
Second annual dance of the
Sunshine lodge No. 9 of the In-
dependent Order of Odd Fellows,
Miami Beach, will take place in
the Ritz Plaza hotel March 27
at 8 p.m.
Buddy Walker will be master
of ceremonies and Freddie
D'Alonso and h;s orchestra will
furnish music for dancing. Also
featured on the program are Dick
Carmen and Sarita, "the Cuban
Fireball."
Proceeds of the affair are for
the building fund of the lodge.
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FRIDAY. MARCH ,2.
1948
EDITORIAL
Truman the Acrobat
Tight-rope walkinq is a skill which politicians
must possess if they are to make headway. But
the acts Mr. Truman performs before the nation
and the world hardly add any glory to his ability
either as an acrobat or as a stateman.
It is also extremely diffficult to believe the
statements attributed this week to the man who
holds the high office of presidency. Acknowledg-
ing the political acrobatics as such, Drew Pear-
son's usually authentic sources point out an in-
consistency far greater than the president's pre-
vious and constant gymnastics. We wonder
whether Mr. Truman will have any comment
on this item.
We appreciate, of course, that Mr. Truman's
chief personal preoccupation at this time is the
forthcoming election. But the legalistic bomb-
shell our Mr. Austin threw at the feet of the Se-
curity Council on the Palestine question can
hardly be expected to improve the uncertain pol-
itical picture Mr. Truman is facing.
One can be cruel and say that Mr. Truman
is just a blunderer, or a babe in the woods when
it comes to international affairs. But when it is
recollected how, some two years ago, Mr. Truman
championed the idea of admitting immediately
100,000 Jews to Palestine and how quickly he
became silent on the issue when rebuffed by
Britain, his seeming reversal now of a policy we
openly advocated on November 29 leads to no
other conclusion but that there is a definite pat-
tern he followspromising when promises sound
promising and reversing himself when he is
asked to deliver.
When the great partition debate took place
before the General Assembly, the question of
legality and enforcement was openly raised by
the opponents of partition. Yet, our own delega-
tion, which must have acted on instructions from
Washington, supported the principle of partition
and the formation of a UN implementation com-
mission to carry out the decision with the aid of
the Security Council if necessary. If there was no
question of legality then, it appears only reason-
^ r dHT I :oyst
Mr. President, Where Do You Stand?
able that there can be no question of legality
now. If the legalism developed by Mr. Austin
was an afterthought, Mr. Truman and the Ad-
ministration stand condemned even more. If the
legalistic ruse was only an attempt to hide the
plan to postpone drastic U.N. action until after
the election, Mr. Truman stands accused of utiliz-
ing the tragic Palestine situation toward advanc-
ing his political ambitions.
It requires no legal mind to see throuqh the
A 1 itvnp Prtee
The roll-call of history is beinq answered
proudly on every ambushed road, in every be-
leaguered village of Palestine. History has now
made Palestine the touchstone of the United
Nations. If the United Nations now fails to meet
the Arab thrust aqainst its existence, the global
consequences of the development will Ie9t on
the unseeing men on whom millions of people
throughout the world have rested their hopes for
peace and security. If the U.N. decision on Pales-
tine does not survive, the international body will
not survive. The moment demands action, im-
mediate action, not only for Palestine but for the
entire groping world.
The roll-call now sounds for the lews of
America. The givers, too, have their part.
Here, in Greater Miami, we have undertaken
to raise SI,489,925. It is a huge sum for this com-
munity and we are well aware of it but it is a
cheap price to pay for Jewish dignity, Jewish
rehabilitation and Jewish rebirth.
In this historic moment, what will you do?
... So that the homeless can be fed and sheltered,
so that the harried house can be held, so that the
Land of Israel can rise gloriously horn the lonq
wastes of suffering.
This is the moment this is the hour .
this is the year of DESTINY.
false logic of the distinction between us ng in-
ternational force to stop a threat to the peace and
the use of such force to implement a decision
whose very purpose", to an extent at least, was
to maintain that peace. Mr. Austin's argument
was specious for another reason. With Palestine
about to rid itself of the British mandate, the
country faces a political vacuum of dangerous
implications unless a sovereign authority is es-
tablished in all its parts. To postpone action now
is a deliberate attempt to create chaos with all
its consequences.
Interracial Group POURING HOLY WATER ON TROUBLED OIL
Lists Program Goal
Sponsored by the Anti-Di-
famation League of B'nai B'rith.
the Southern Regional Council,
an interracial organization of
husini-ssmen. educators and civic.
labor and religious leaders, and
II other prominent organizations
representing every faith and the
denomination predominent in the
South held a conference the latter
part of February.
The group recommended the
following:
1. Federal anti-lynching legis-
lation.
2. A fair employment practice
law, so that no one will be de-
nied "equal opportunity to be
employed, with opportunities for
advancement according to ability
and skill."
3. Elimination of the poll tax
and "other barriers to the ballot."
4. Unsegregated graduate and
professional schools.
5. More highly qualified police,
including police training in the
field of civil rights.
Alexander F. Miller, director
of ADL's Southeastern Regional
office in Atlanta, told the 300
delegates, representing 54 or-
organizations in 11 Southern
states, that a "continuing and
expanding program of concerted
action is necessary if the South
is to achieve equal rights for all."
He suggested that a "favorable
climate of opinion" could be
molded if Southerners individual-
ly desisted from spreading ru-
mors, accepted each person on his
individual worth and spoke up
against group prejudice "when-
ever and whereever it reveals it-
self."
He also recommended that li-
beral Southerners join organiza-
tions dedicated to democratic
ideals and then actively partici-
pate in planning programs de-
signed to stimulate Southern at-
tention to its own abuse of civil
liberties.
Paul D. Williams, chairman of
the Catholic Committee of the
South, served as chairman of the
conference
Hiding discreditable purposes behind impres-
sive and high-soundir.g titles has long been re-
garded as a favorite tactic of "disreputable" groups
and "front' organizations. The latest practitioners
of that tactic, however, are a group of eminently
respectable Americans who have launched a "com-
mittee for Justice ai i Peace in Palestine." T
stated purposes are to "bring peace with justice
to the Holy Land," to "further the best inter
of all Jews. Christians and Moslems in the Near
and Middle East."' to "foster friendly relations
among the peoples of all three faiths" and to
"strengthen the United Nations." Although the
organization seems to have been created too hasti-
ly to permit elaboration of detail, its program calls
for a "cease fire" order by the Security Council;
reconsideration of the General Assembly's de-
cision on partition; reference of the problem to
the International Court of Justice; and the de-
velopment of a "bi-partisan" policy on Palestine,
Actually, the committee is concerned neither with
justice nor peace. Its real purpose, clearlj and
simply, is to destroy the emergent Jewish State
and to surrender unconditionally to the Mufti and
the Arab League. If the committee achieves these
ends, it will be perpetrating grievous injustice
and dealing a body-blow to world peace.
The membership of the National Council of
the new organization is interesting, Obviously, no
more fitting person could havi i leeted as
its executive director than Kermit Roosevelt, the
most "respectable" pro-Arab League propagandist
in America. Inveterate foes of Jewish national re-
birth such as Virginia Gilder.sleeve. Paul Hutchin-
son of the Christian Century and Professor Wil-
liam Hocking were, of coui and lates,
Nor is it surprising to find the National As-.
tion of Manufacturers represented through the
person of the Chairman of the NAM Board, Eai 1
Bunting. The NAM would be Berving its master's
cause ill if it failed to dance to the tune of thi
interests who, we suspect, are not the least in-
fluential group within NAM ranks. It need hardly
be added, too, that among the charter men bei
is that "acceptable" Jew, Rabbi Morris Lazaron,
spiritual advisor to the Council for Judaisn who
will probably fill the same post in the new body.
Most of the committee, however, is made up of
Christian churchmen who have been associated in
one form or another with missionary work in the
Near and Middle East. The opposition of these
groups to Jewish settlement in Palestine, let alone
the creation of a Jewish state, is not a new phen-
omenon. Nor are its roots difficult to trace. Their
missions, colleges and hospitals in the Near and
Middle East have given them as deep a vested in-
terest in the maintenance of the status quo as
the feudal rulers of the Arab lands. Their relation-
ship to and dependence on the oil companies would
make it highly embarrassing for them passivi I
to acquiesce in policies which the oil mogus oppose
And they probably entertain deep fears that the
democratizing influence a Jewish state is certain
to exercise over the entire area will render the
Moslems less susceptible to Christian missionary
efforts and more likely to rely on their own rich
spiritual and cultural heritage.
The concern of the members of the commit-
tee with -justice" seems to be strikingly recent
in origin. We do not recall any such restless pas-
sion lor justice when the hapless refugees of the
"Exodus" were being forced back to Germany a
lew .-liort months ago. We did not hear the voices
el these churchmen when Jewish students were
expelled Ironi Lebanon and American University
in Beirut. We are not aware that these mission-
aries have been berating their disciples and pro-
ve converts for the medieval atrocity-prop-
la 1 at has been unleashed against the Jew
in Moslem lands. Nor did their newly found sensi-
tivity to justice impel them to protest when their
pupils so recently launched pogroms in Iraq and
Syria and Aden.
Scarcely less striking about the committee's
stati ments is what in any other group would con-
st, tufe incredible naivete but which in this in-
stance falls far short of moral honesty and simple
integrity, The committee calls for an end to
violence in Palestine. If its members have the kind
of influence in the Near East which they "un-
tedly imagine they possess, they can very
easilj step further bloodshed. These crusaders for
peace need only persuade their Arab friends to
abandon their war ol aggression against the Yis-
buv and then armed defiance of an internation-
al- sanctioned decision. When they call for a bi-
partisan policy on 1'alestine. they are no less
US. What they really want is a reversal
"' the traditional and present bipartisan policy
"I support for a Jewish state, the official policy
npiy ..I both parties but of the United States
el America. And to declare that one of commit-
i- to strengthen the UN is brazen
effrontery; for no one has had the temerity to
that the UN will be gravely, if not fatally,
d 1 its decision on Palestine is subverted by
Arab violence.
One thing, however, is clear. These church-
men have been mere deeply corrupted by the
hsm of the Middle East than the Moslems
been enlightened and uplifted by their mis-
v efforts. We can only hope that lengthy
ana continued sojourn in America will help them
';' V'Vi''' v" n Christianity which has
led the vast majority of their fellow-Christian
churchmen in this country to be among the fore-
most supporters of Jewish restoration in Palestine.
Meanwhile, the Committee for Justice and Peace
ri Palestine would have been much more honest
Chrk,,inn,:i'1,; ,f, I1'"1 a'i""""1 it8 u<' "!*
in h I Fnc"ds "f I1"' American Council for
Judaism another body whose name similarly
stands in stark and flagrant
actual aims and activities.
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Issues New Edition
The latest edition ol the ten-
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vealing data on Christian-Jewish
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publication was made by Jacob
Monsky, president ol Uni-
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Preparation of the new issue
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here editor-in-chief of the
zinc Liberal Judaisn, wl
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rRlD^MARCHJ2^948
Moe Braunsteins To Reside In Miami Beach
*Jeni$ti Fk>rictia,/n
PAGE FIVE
Sam Xclsons To
Uvo In It rook I vii
Miss Mane C. Harris and' Sam
n exchanged vows last Fri-
day in the Beth Jacob synagogue.
She is the daughter of Mrs.
Natalie Steinfeld of Brooklyn, N.
Y., and his parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Nelson of Brooklyn
and Miami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offici-
ated at the ceremony which was
followed by a dinner at the
Alamac hotel.
The bride is a graduate of Long
Island University and a member
of lota Alpha Pi sorority.
Nelson was graduated from
Brooklyn college and City Col-
lege of New York. Alfred Knaster
s:>i ved as his best man.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mrs Osias Austin of New
York.
The newlyweds took a short
honeymoon trip to Cuba and have
returned to Brooklyn where they
will reside.
Miss Harris, Green
Announce Nuptial Plans
Betrothal of Miss Rosemary
Harris to Melvin L. Green was
told last night by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harris of 9552
Carlylc Ave., Miami Beach. The
announcement was made at a
silver wedding anniversary cele-
bration held in the Robert Rich-
ter hotel for Green's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Green of 1230
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
" >:<:":*:! ption and dinner at the President Madison hotel, Miami
t Sunday followed the marriage of Miss Betty Porvin.
if Mr. and Mrs. David R. Porvin, 445 W. 51st St.. Miami
Mm' Braunstein. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
of 4061 N.W. 6th St.
r-,!i ; Colmatl A. Zwitman performed the ceremoney at Temple
Porvin was maid of honor for her sister, and Mrs.
ildstein, matron of honor. Charles Reiners was best man.
fifty guests attended the reception in the Zebra lounge of
t M;itlison and dinner later in the Plantation room.
V honeymooning in Florida the couple will make their home
in Mi Beach.
Miss Hirschfeld
Announces Troth
Announcement has been made
here and in New York of the en-
gagement of Miss Elinor Hirsch-
Rabbi April Unites
Miss Heller, Levitsky
a) April united Miss
S ind Stanton Levit-
sky .a .. ceremony in his study,
night, -March 4.
Miss Heller is the
: Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
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synagogue, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff officiating. The wedding
took place a". 4:30 p.m.
Attending the couple were
Bertha Salenger and Larry Sing-
tirnucr Addresses
Loral (vroup
Rabbi Murray Grauer will be
guest speaker at the next meet-
ing ;>nd social of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community
Center group which will be held
at Coral Gables WomeiVs club.
The event takes place Tuesday
evening at 815 p.m.
Highlighting the program will
be the appearance of Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Lowe of the Lowe
Dance Studios in Coral Ga'oles
who will give a dancing exhibi-
tion. Also on the program are
Miss Esther Morris, local piano
teacher, and Mrs. Leo Rothstein,
vocalist.
Mrs. James Segal, chairman of
the affair, has announi ed that
the public is invited to attend.
Purpose of this meeting, -he
explained, was to orientate resi-
dents of the new Miami section
*'ith. the organization's am of
creating a community center. The
center is to serve the people ~.o-
i-ati <1 in and about 32nd Ave. be-
tween N.W. 7th St. and Coral
Way. Membership in the group
is open to all interested persons.
Miss Hirschfeld
feld to Alfred A. Altman by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf,
3110 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach,
and New York. Altman is the son
of Mr. and Mis. Arthur Altman
of New York.
Miss Harris
Formerly of Louisville, Ky.,
Miss Harris is studying at the
University of Miami where she
is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
sorority.
Green attended the University
of Florida before entering the
service. He served overseas in the
E.T.O. in England. France, Aus-
tria and Switzerland. At present
the prospective bridgeroom is a
junior at the University of Mi-
ami Law school.
Beach B & P Party-
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional division of Hadassah is
having an all games party Tues-
day night at 9 p.m. at the Moroc-
co hotel, Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women met at the home
of Mrs. Joseph Mazo Tuesday
March 11 at 1 p.m. for the reg-
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Pkwistithrldtofi
University Sororities
Pledge New Members
Pledged to the University of
Miami's 12 sororities recently
were 59 girls. The extension of
bids concluded formal rushing
for the seeond semester; open
lushing began Monday. March 8.
and will continue through Satur-
day. March 27.
Sororities and their pledges are
Alpha Delia Pi: Charlotte Ami-
don. Barbara Buck. Mary Frances
Cunningham. Mai'jorie Perry,
Elaine Fox, Marilyn Jones. Jac-
queline Kroepsch and Rosemary
Weishaupt; Alpha Epsilon Phi:
Yvette Deakter, Geraldine Gold-
feder, Marilyn Gould, Arlene Le-
vine, Leatrice Rosenthal and
Selma Ruddy; Chi Omega: Jackie
Barnett, Betty Hay Miller. Joanne
Pharmer and Marian Wellendorff.
Delta Ddta Delta: Phyllis
Alderman. Christine Dudley, Ar-
butis Herman, Shirley O'Grody,
Jeanne Schomberg, Mary Spind-
ler and Betty Griffin; Delta
Gamma: Ins DeGraw, Carlene
Gianotti, Lillian Mueller. Joanne
Reinstein, Shirley Rush and Jean
Wailes: D.-lla Phi Epsilon: Bar-
. Hornstein, Tamra Kaplan
Dolores Levick, Peggy Levy
Phyllis Stolzbi rg and Barbara
Wachtel; Delta Zeta: Juanita
Martin.
Alpha Pi; Dorothea Blum-
Barbara Devore, Gloria
I., vine, Rae Rabnick and Shirley
an: Kappa Kappa Gamma:
Mary Appleby and Carol Engles;
Phi Sigi Sigi Roslyn C >heri
Corinne Cohn, Barbara Fried,
Joan Kirschenbaum, Phoebe
Koondel, Shirley Reiner, Anne
Rosenthal and Louise Rothstein;
S ana Caravacci,
Mary Jane Marraccini and Paula
Iman; and Zeta Tau Alpha:
C: .. Sara Jackson and
Tillie Rudelich.
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Pressler. who will give his first recital in the South March 17. He
appears as the fourth artist in the Community Concert Series
sponsored by the Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Born in Magdeburg. Germany, Menahem and his family fled
to Palestine from the Hitler regime when he was only ten. There
he began his studies and later played publicly both in recital and
with orchestra in the leading Palestinian cities, as well as with the
Palestine Broadcasting System. Pressler became the master of the
Hebrew. German and English languages, as well as Arabic and
some French.
Turning point in the young pianist's career came in Septem-
ber. 1946, when he entered and was unanimously chosen winner of
the Debussy contest in San Francisco. Preparation for the contest
took the boy to Greece. Italy. Switzerland. France. Ireland. New-
foundland and New York to find and learn by memory 27 com-
positions by the French composer, Debussy.
Since then Pressler has appeared with many leading orchestras
throughout the country and holds a contract for next season with
the Philadelphia Symphony.
His local performance will be held in the auditorium of Miami
Beach High school on March 17 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets and informa-
tion may be obtained by calling Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-1061.
One-half the proceeds from the sale of individual tickets for
this concert will be turned over to Miami Beach group of Hadassah
and the Zionist youth grups to be used for their Palestine Projects.
Welfare Board Sponsor
Basketball Tourney
Barney Medintz, chairman of
the Health and Physical Educa-
tion Committee of the Southern
Section of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, announced the
second Annual Basketball Tourn-
ament of Jewish Community Cen-
ters throughout the South.
Winners in each region will
meet in New Orleans on March
14th to decide the champion of
the Southern Section. The YMHA
of New Orleans will act as host
for this game. Host communities
are planning a social event in
conjunction with the games.
Southern Section of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board re-
presents twenty Jewish Commun-
ity Centers in ten Southern States
and is part of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, the parent
body of over 300 Jewish Com-
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United States.
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valescent Home of Miami, Inc.
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viding a strictly Kosher home in
the Miami community, with two
onti it'l v- separate kitchens in
oldl,r to facilitate observing the
dietary laws.
The furnishings have been
planned so as to make a bright
and cheerful atmosphere through-
out and pains are being taken to
provide for the comfort and the
care of guests. A new forty-foot
awning is being erected for shade-
in front of the building.
Constant nursing and board
wjH be provided with a house
physician always on call fpr
emergencies. All physicians are
invitt d to bring convalescent:-, into
,ne home under personal super-
vision. Special diets will be
served, particular attention will
be given to salt free diets for
cardiac cases.
At capacity, the Mount Pleasant
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established ly Yeshiva University in
the furtherance of its program of
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Dr. Soltes i author of "The Yiddish
Press, an Americanising Agency", pub-
lished by Teachers College, Columbia
University, He was formerly National
Director of Kcliuation of the Jewish
Welfare Board, parent organisation of
Y.M.II.A.'s ami Jewish Community
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Since November 29, 1947 when
World Jewry became aware of
the urgency for the defense of
the Jewish community in our
homeland, various representatives
r dissident fighting groups in
Palestine have come into our
community to raise funds, ostensi-
bly for Palestine. Perhaps their
claims are valid, but only history
can answer this question. These
we know to be facts:
1. The establishment of the
Jewish State means the future of
Israel and the United Nations.
2. The established military
arm of the Jewish people is the
Haganah.
3. The organized Jewish com-
munity in Palestine recognizes
the Haganah us the "official"
militia.
4. The United Nations Pales-
tine Commission has asked thai
the Haganah be established as
the Jewish militia.
To support any other group at
this time is to divide the armed
resistance of the Jewish State and
to risk defeat. Victory can only
be achieved through a united mil-
itary command, namely, through
the Haganah. Our financial sup-
port must go to Haganah alone.
The Haganah is receiving $28,-
000,000 from the United Jewish
Appeal, which in our community
means through the Combined
Jewish Appeal of the Federation,
and part payments are being for-
warded from time to time.
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peal, and to pay as much of it as
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Sincerely yours,
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rector of the U. S. Treasury's
Office of International Finance,
as acting director of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds' Institute on Overseas
Studies, was announced recently
by H. L. Lurie, Council's exe-
cutive director.
The Council's Institute which
has associated with it a technical
advisory committee of economists
and social welfare experts under
the chairmanship of Isador Lubin,
United States member of the
United Nations Commission on
Economics and Employment, was
organized last year to carry on
a continuing survey of Jewish
overseas relief and rehabilitation
needs "as a basis for long range
planning by Jewish overseas
agencies and the Jewish commun-
ities to meet overseas Jewish
needs with maximum effective-
ness," according to Mr. Lurie.
Jackson Investigated
The Miami City Commission has
appointed a committee which is
investigating Jackson Memorial
Hospital conditions. Serving on
the committee as individual ap-
pointees of the commission mem-
bers are: Beverly D. Benson, Wil-
liam D. Singer, E. C. Allen, Abe
Aronovitz and Raymond M
Miller.
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Party For Mizrachi
A luncheon and card party was
hold in the home of Mrs. L. Sil-
ver, 3046 S.W. 13th St., March
4. The proceeds of this affair will
be used for the Miami Chapter of
the Women's Mizrachi Organiza-
tion to carry on their work for
Childs' Restoration overseas pro-
ject.
Purim Festival
The first annual Purim Fes- |
tival and ball sponsored by the
Miami Ladies Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami, will take place
at the Grossinger's Pancoast ho-
tel, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach, Saturday, March 20, at
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Personally Speaking...
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Retskin and their children Billy and
Leni. are visiting Al Retskin. operator of the Pierce and Scranton
hotels in Miami, and family. During their stay the visitors are
residinq at 1054 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greenberg of 4445 Royal Palm Ave
Miami Beach announce the birth of a son. Alan Paul, March 4
at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mrs. Mollie Schulman is grand-
mother of the boy.
* *
Al Mansfield of Chicago arrived today with his family to
visit his mother Mrs. Molly Krackow of 1781 S.W. 21st Terr.
Mrs. Krackow is recovering from a lingering illness.
* *
Mrs. Sylvia Landwehr of Brooklyn and her daughter and
son. Faith Ronnie and Jeffrey, are spending their vacation in
Miami Beach. They will be residing at the Jeffrey apartments.
1205 Drexel Ave. till the first of May. Mrs. Landwehr is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of 1130 Drexel Ave.
* +
A daughter .Minna Lea, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Forer of 1610 S.W. 20th St. February 26 at St. Francis hospital.
Mrs. Forer is the former Miss Ida Engler. The child was named
after her grandmothers .the late Minnie Engler, pioneer Mi-
amian, and the late Leah Forer. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated
at the ceremony in Beth David February 28.
* *
Mrs. Fred Bulbin and daughter, Susan, of Roanoke, Va.,
are visiting Mr. Bulbin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
at 515 S.W. 22nd Rd. They will be joined by Fred Bulbin in a
few weeks.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Palay left Wednesday for a trip to New
York. Dr. Palay will attend the annual convention of the Ameri-
can colleges of Allergists and the American Society of Certified
Allergists, and Mrs. Palay will visit her sister and brother there.
Folk Chorus
Present Cantata
In celebration of Purim. the:
Greater Miami Jewish Folk |
chorus is presenting the cantata
"Esther Hamalka" at their next
concert. The group will appear
in the auditorium of Miami Beach !
High school March 28. under the
leadership of Louis Powesky.
The cantata, a story of the sal-
vation of the Jewish people at a
time of oppression, has been
chosen because its theme is com-
parable to the present day strug-
gle in Palestine. The lyrics of.
Wolf Yomin set to music by
Moishe Rauch depict the triumph
of the Jews over Haman and his
cohorts.
A diversified program of Yid- ;
dish, English and Palestinian i
songs, representing a cross-sec-'
tion of the modern Jewish life,
will feature several of the chorus
soloists in combination with the
group of 50 voices.
Tickets may be purchased for
SI.50 plus tax and may be re-
served by calling 3-6705 or
48-9527.
Young Israel Council
Organizes Local Branch
A local branch of Young Israel
was organizi i Tuesday evening
at the Miami Beach VM & WHA
Sam Reinhard is honorary presi-
dent. Louis F:. temporary 11
man. and Saul Genet, temp
i tary.
Next meeting of tne group will
take place at the Y Thinsc!
7:30 at whuh time Rabbi David
11. Hill, vice president ol the na-
tional council of Young Israel
will address the membership.
Over 70 model synagogues
throughout the nation are con-
ducted by young men who are
members <>f the national council.
Purpose of their program is to
i ; etuate traditional Judaism in
America.
Those interested in the work
invited to attend next week's
meeting
Kusevitsky Concert
Aids Vaad Hatzala
Cantor Miihal Kusevitsky, out-
.>,mding Warsaw tenor, rendered
the first of his Maariv concerts
Wednesday night in Beth Jacob
synagogue. Miami Beach. The can-
torial program was sponsored by
Vaad Hatzala, agency for the rcs-
,,., rebel and rehabilitation of
European Jewry.
Rabbi Eliezar Silver, president
of the sponsoring organization
,IU1 Chief of the American Or-
thodox Rabbinate, was principal
speaker and was introduced by
Rabbi Samuel Sicgel, visiting
of the Hatzala. Jack Satin.
president of the congregation,
ded.
Cantor Kusevitsky will appear
,i ,i similar program Sunday
night at Beth Tfilah congregation.
Miami Beach. Tickets may still
tained at the various syna-
... and Beach hotels.
Great! r Miami lewish Home for
the Ag''d brought a large group
of their residents to Beth Jacob
to hear last night's concert.
ebs
Leaving Beth Jacob synagogue.
the scne of their February 14
wedding, are Mr. and Mrs. David
Gottlieb. Their ceremony was
pei foi med by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Mrs. Gottlieb is the form-
r Miss Sylvia Rotapel.
The couple are now residing in
Miami.
Variety Show Aids
Legless Actor
Harry Greenberg, a resident of
Miami for 17 years, is presenting
a Yiddish variety show here to
benefit, Abraham Rosenstein. the
legless Jewish actor from New
York.
Prominent Yiddish artists will
be featured for the program. The
show begins at 8:30 p.m. Sunday
evening in the Workmen's Circle
lyeeum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
Hill > Kalcr Heads
Teen-age Council
A House Coimcil composed of
representatives of all teen-agi
groups was : ently oi gani:
the Miami "Y." These groups
represent the "Y" and B'nai
B'rith groups who hold meetings
at the building.
Dan Rosen'.hal, activities di-
rector of the "Y." and 11
Liebman, state tor of B'nai
B'rith Youth ar co-
leaders of the Council
At a meeting held Monday
night, March 8, the following of-
ficers were elected president.
Billy Kaler; vice president, Lee
Rosenberg; secretary, Mel Sisen-
stadt; treasurer. Lois Mond:
It was decided to have a Purim
dance Saturday night. March 27.
at the new "Y" building,
Belanoffs Give Tea
An afternoon tea was given
yesterday in honor of Mrs. Rose
Wishner and Mr. and Mrs. R,
Chenko at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Belanoff. 29(11 S.W.
18th St. Guests included Mrs.
Anna. Moore, Mrs. Paul Duke.
Mrs. Abi K tufman, Albei t
n and daughter, Mrs. R.
!/ of New York: Sam Koff
of Toledo; and Mrs, S Ki rn Mrs.
I! Komoroff and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Shepherd, all of Miami.
Meiiuhi., Concert
Heard Sunday
Concert of Yehudi m
which was -JSf fcfjf
end because of the arUtfi J?*
in Havana, has been A*
for Sunday afternoon^?
.st s appearance is the sixths-
series of eight pairs of c '" a
presented by the ttfcjK
Miami symphony orchestra
According to an announcement
by Mrs. Arnold Volpe. director 0
the series, subscription patr
holding tickets for Monday S"
ning are to be admitted 1 30 sUn
day afternoon. Sunday p^
are to come at 4:30 p.m., their
regular time.
Tickets may still be purchased
at the University symphony of-
fice for either concert,
Top Price Paid for
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Rabbi Ephraim Epstein
Miami Beach Visitor
Rabbi Ephraim Epstein of Chi-
cago, vice president of the United
Orthodox Rabbis of U.S. and
Canada, arrived in Miami this
week to secure assistance in help-
ing the Jewish Talmudic stu-
dents in Palestine.
Vice president of the Centra'.
Relief committee, a branch of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
Rabbi Epstein spent six months
traveling throughout Europe visit-
ing France. Austria. Germany
(the American zone), Poland,
Sweden, Italy, Belgium and Swit-
zerland. He was also in Palestine
on a mission for the JDC.
The rabbi will be guest speaker
at Sabbath morning services to-
morrow In Congregation Beth
Jacob synagogue. He is staying
at the Tides hotel.
Shlafrock Bar Mitzvah
Marvin Shlafrock. son of Mi
and Mrs. Max Shlafrock of 1857
N W. 38th St., will become Bar
Mitzvah at 9 a.m. March 20 in
Beth David synar Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate,
A receptam foil iws in the social
hall : ir membi rs and friends of
on
In honor of thi ion a
party has been an I for rela-
friends at the home of
evening
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luncheon meeting of Miami Beach
Zionist district. 12:15 p.m. Wed-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1948
I)ad Chest Drive
To Be Continued
far short of its goal of $848,-
59", the 1**8 campaign of the
Community Chest of Dade Coun-
ty will be continued indefinitely,
W8S assured by A. L. Reynolds,
president. Aided by additional
volunteers, the Chest had col-
lected nearly 60 percent of its
goal-
-So far, we have collected suf-
ficient funds to operate our
agencies only part of the year,"
hc warned. "There are no short
cuts. Budgets of all of these
agencies so vital to the commun-
ity have been cut to the bone.
They positively can not carry on
their essential services with less
money. The situation is critical
now, but Dade county's social
service picture will be a lot dark-
er next fall unless we collect
the necessary funds."
Reynolds blamed the lagging
drive on lack of sufficient so-
licitors. "Those on the job done
splendid campaigning," he said.
'We just haven't had enough
volunteers."
The Chest president urged per-
sons who have not been contacted
py a solicitor to send their gifts
to the Community Chest, 127 N.
W 2nd St.. Miami.
Recruited by Rabbis Leon
Kronish, Colman A. Zwitman and
Irving Lehrman more than a
score of volunteers are concen-
trating their efforts on Miami
Beach hotel solicitations were as-
signed t" the hotel division, Abe
Allenberg chairman, by Mr.
Corbin.
The newly assigned workers
are attempting to salvage the
lagging campaign by soliciting
through pledge cards which have
not yet been worked.
Other volunteers are being added
daily, i' n Hi'' firm lined up Include
Tallanoff, .150 Lincoln lid.,
Miami Beach; Wallace Benkey, 4516
s. Michigan Ave., Miami Beaon;
>Yan. i S'elson, M.'.S Washington Ave..
:.mIi; Manuel Joscloff, MT6
[aGoi Dr., Miami Beach; Mr. and
lira. Harrj V. Simons, 2127 Pine Tree
It Miami Beach; Mrs. Herman
Binder, BM N.K. 90th St.. Miami
Shores. Mrs Vwm.i M. Ciller. KuT,
.,-!::.'. .\\. Miami Beaon; Mis.
Esth.-: i' .11, '' N. Bajrahore l>r..
Miami; II nah Coleman, 172.* S.W 6th
St.. Miami; Mrs. J. Friedman. 10M
B.W Bth Ave., Miami; Mrs. Bltelle
V \\ .list St.. Miami Beach.
Alfie.l -' :i-, 2".")ii N. Bay Rd., Miami
Beach; Mra M. B. Ilubln, 242# Ha-
minci It, Miami Beaoh; Mra. Al
0h.T..fi. 2483 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beaih; Mrs Seymour Rubin, 552.'. 1a-
Gorce In.. Miami Beach; Mrs. Wil-
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Beach; Mra I. H. PUtrlch, 1443 Alton
Rd.. M ami Beach; Mrs. Isaac Kaplan,
Mil All in Rd Miami Beach: Mrs.
d-Ieln. 4334 Alton Rd..
Miami It. .i, h, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
fph Keller, Bin N.E 139th St., North
Miami.
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Mrs J. Gerald Lewis. Rabbi Irvine, Lehrman Mr ^'i-' M"- Geo9e Chertkoff. Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
C Myers, and Mrs. Leon Kaplan Lehman' Mrs- Irvln9 Lehrman. Mrs. Monte Selig. Mrs. Stanley
Orthodox Hall
ScIhmIiiIcmI Sunday
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation has scheduled their an-
nual Purim ball for this Sundav
night. The affair is to take place
at 8:30 p.m. in the new Miami
YM & WHA. according to an-
nouncement by the general chair-
man, Mrs. Emanue! Karger.
Providing the music for danc-
ing and entertainment will be
Mickey Cherep, his orchestra and
vocalist.
Assisting Mrs. Karger with ar-
rangements are Mrs. Max Rappa-
port, in charge of tickets; Mrs.
Solinger, Mrs. Sands and Mrs.
Abe Pepper, refreshments; Mrs.
Karp and Mrs. Nesselson, door
prize.
Mrs. Charles Stahl, Mrs. Fred
Ochs, and Mrs. Harry Klein com-
prise the committee for reception.
Hostesses for the evening will be
Mrs. Max Kupferstein, Mrs. A. M.
Bear, Mrs. Murray Shulman, Mrs.
L. Rotenberg. Mrs. Murray Grauer
and Mrs. Karger.
Tickets for the affair may be
obtained at the congregation of-
fice or at the door the night of
the dance.
Everglades Club of WC
Hold Picnic at Crandon
Everglades club of Workmen's
circle, the youth branch, are
holding a picnic Sunday at Cran-
don park. Members and their
friends will meet at the Lyceum
at 11 a.m.
Next meeting of the group is
Tuesday evening at which time
final arrangements will be made
for their game night March 20.
Three moving pictures will be
shown at the meeting: "One
People," "Brotherhood of Man,"
and "The Telephone Hour."
Capacity Crowd
Hears Sen. Pepper
(Continued from Page 1)
that possibly "sooner than you
may believe possible, we shall see
the realizations of your dream,"
and added his sincere conviction wil1 be inducted
that the local campaign would A'-"nXs-
Officers Installed
At ll Officers of the Miami Beach
Lodge B'nai B'rith will be in-
stalled at a gala banquet at the
Beachcomber on Sunday, 7:30
p.m., March 14th. Harry Zuker-
nick will be installed as president
and David R. Isen, Godfrey K.
Newman, and Samuel W. Shapiro
as vice-presi-
succeed in even greater measure
than anticipated.
Joseph Stein then introduced
the various campaign leaders.
George Chertkof, chairman of the
Metropolitan Unit, brought a
message of encouragement and
suggestion to the workers, and
Morris Klass. director of G
Miami Jewish Federation, gave
final instructions.
A closing appeal for redoubled
zeal and self-dedication in the
work of the drive was then given
by Rabbi Colman Zwitman. The
closing benediction was pro-
nounced by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
The audience was led in the sing-
ing of the National Anthem and
Hatikvoh by Mrs. Edward Fried-
man, vocalist, and Mrs. Laurence
Sapiro, accompanist.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN TMK CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
11TII jrilli'lAI, I'lItOUlT IN AND
Full PADE COUNTY, KIA>K1I>A.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115419.
VINCENT JAMES PIORB, Plaintiff.
vs. MAE PIORB, Defendant
TO: MAE PIORB
1335fith Avonue
New York, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Bill of
plain! filed In the above styled cause,
on or before April 13th, 1948, other-
wise the I el II of Complaint will !>
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published om-e a week
fur four successive weeks in The
Jewish Plorldlan, a newspaper puto-
llshed in Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 9th day of Marrh. 1948.
B. B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
(t'irrult Court Seal)
B] M. C. QRBEN,
I vputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Ijw
1033 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/12-19-20 4/3
The banquet evening will fea-
ture a complete floor show head-
lined by Joe E. Lewis in addi-
tion to the program planned by
the Lodge social committee.
Prominent civic officials have
been invited to atti rid the cere-
monies and invitations have als.
been exten led to visaing dignit-
aries from Washington, D. C.
Other otficers to be installed
are: Barnet Beckerman, secre-
tary; Daniel M. Broad, fin.
secretary; David Pavlow, I
urer; Meyer T<
Jules P. Charming, guardian;
W liter Ki vner, m initoi; H
Zinn. assistant monitor; (.>
J. Bertman, Sol Goldstrom, and
ig Frankel, trustees for a
three year period; Ji.cK August,
trustee for two year period.
Sam Shapiro, chairman for the
banquet, announces that res
tions can still be made at $8.00
per person, including tax Per-
sons wishing reservations may
call Shapiro at 2-4181.
Purim Ball Features
Local Dance Group
Final arrangements have been
made for the Purim ball to be
given by the Miami Hebrew
school and Junior congregation
Sunday, March 21 at the civic
center, 35 N.E. 2nd St., accord-
ing to Mrs. Max Jacobskind,
chairman of the entertainment
committee.
Bob Rubenstein is directing a
group of girls in dance routines
for the entertainment, Mrs.
Jacobskind revealed. The group
includes Ellen Stone, Lorraine
Jacobskind, Maxine Bender Faye
Syman, Renee Jacobson, Florice
Kotkin. Sandra Stein and Rose
Lee Zalkin.
Third annual Purim journal
will be distributed at the dance
for which ads are still being ac-
cepted by Mrs. Jacobskind at
2-7066, or Mrs. Edward Becker,
3-1025. Tickets may be reserved
by calling Mrs. Herbert Feldan at
3-6191.
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fJeni^ fkridfiar

Political Roundup -
Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
half years as New York, Chicago and Detroit
County Commissioner Val C.
Cleary of Miami Beach an-
nounced that he would seek re-
election to a second four-year
term.
A public official for 20 years.
Cleary is a former Miami Beach
mayor and councilman. He said
he wanted to serve a second term
to devote as much as possi-
ble to the Haulover Beach park
which has recently been opened.
served two and a
a member of the state road b
A veteran of the first
war. the candidate is
of Michigan college ol Mines and
holds degrees in en
bachelor ol' science.
I.,mis F. Snedigar will .mam
oppose Val C. Cleary for count]
commissioner from Miami Beach.
Snedigar, a four-time mayor of
,i Beach and a present coun-
cilman, run against the commis-
sioner in 1944, the first race for
tin' newly created Beach commis-
sion district.
Snedigar practices law and i:
active in i eal estate on the i I
J. B. Ellenburg, local real i
operator, ..- running for county
commission ol District 1 on his
experience as a businessman. H<
has expressed the belief that vot-
ers would prefer having then af-
handled by a businessman
than an "old line politician."
Ik- stands tor the advancement
:i. loud control
improvement, better
:.- and im-
garbage collection.
Miami Welfai e Dii i ct< >i Jesse
posi-
tion with the city to run for
county commissioner from
Preston B. Bird, for the
five years a membei of th<
count) board of com::
will run tor re-election in
inct 4. tlie southern si etion ol
the county.
The ci mmissioner, Homi
business man, outlined his
gram lor the county as, i
tinued and full development ol
our tourist industr, ultun
and dairying; a \
program; flood control and
conservation; i
facilities; new roads and j
increased facilities for juveniles
and i.-.ii\- of the agi .. devi
ment of the county s Latin Amer-
ican Havel ana trade an :
county's many natu urcc-
all with lowi I
through the wisi us* of count)
funds."
Bird is chairman of the Avia-
tion committee ol the Dade Coun-
. has juris-
diction i >ver ail ports, and 11
man of the Welfare conn
of the county
has to do with the juvenile
aged program, hospitalization and
all other welfare matters.
have taken over in this
and would hke to attempt
ict of the element.
During the 1943 session of the
lature "Red" Wallace.
, te of the University of
Miami, was attorney for Dade
county delegation. He ran unsuc-
illy for the legislature in
and 1942. As a member of
the Y ratic club of the
county he P inted to
,,,, the I Democratic
. in 1940.
s a former judge ad-
vocate of Ha vi j Seeds post,
Amei i nd formerly ol
,e '. council of Dade
county. He is a member of the
da and Dade B
tions.
' \ thur has qualified
is a attoi ney gen-
ite
A : chool tea her, Mc-
practice of law
in Tampa in 1933 and continued
that practice until the present
n i epl :. of thn e
. ith the armed
the war. He has also
been ney for the State
: Public Safety, and
i ating that de-
ent under Governor Spes-
Holland.
Grant Stockdale, 32-yea
Dis-1Marine corps veteran and \
trict 1. He is a for::.
ol football coach.
rney Roland R. S\
: ..-it count)
paign for a
: n the i ount;
District l, will feature his i
: veteran's low cost hous-
itrol and Crandon
.
.:. will 1.
nship now
i, who
will reelecti .
polis in 1903.
ne to Florida in 1922
i iiiy in
the U. S ps in 1H42.
and served thi in Bomb
ging a captain. He
..it county
. : r I).ah the day he was
d on inactive duty in 1945
He ned to re-enti
priv I ice.
Ex. Sen. Ernest R. Graham will
oppose Commissioner Hugh Pet-
ers for his seat on the county
m.
The Dade county farmer and
im's dairy served as
and ran for g IV-
ernor in 1943. Having come to Mi-
ami in 1921 he pioneered in the
development of the Ever)
specializing in the raising of milch
cows and beef cattle. Before his
election to the senate, (',.
secretary of Hep. George A
thers, has announced his
lacy for the county com-
n from four.
A of the i .
of Mia e he wa
ball ......:. i pn
his freshman and
classi s and ol the Pi K ippa
chaptter, SI I l<
lent of the Miami .'
Chambi r of C e. He has
with
ny.
kdale enl
as a ; n 1943 t
: and receive I
i utenant
thi ater ol
' army
"I OCCUpal pan.
O. D. "Jack'' Henderson has re-
I from the Miami Police de-
partment to run for constable
from District 2. He has been serv-
ing in the safety education de-
W. bster G. Wallace, M
torney for 17 ye
f"'" si ti tl i from th
dicial district, He believes that
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partment, promoting traffic safe-
ty
H,. ha., conducted the traffic
observi ogram, serving
as instructor at night traffic
school, and has written numerous
articles for newspapers on safe
driving Before joining the police
force, the candidate worked in
the publicity department of a
: company. He also served
in the Coast Guard's submarine
patrol during the war.
Ken I. Hunt, a former school
chum ol Henderson, has been ap-
pointed campaign manager.
Constable W. M. (Newt) Hud-
son has declared himself a candi-
date for re-election In District 1.
His three years as constable have
brought him many experiences
settling neighborhood squab-
ili to solving murders in the
county law enforcement.
When Your Tablets
Get Down to 4
That's the Time
To Buy Some A
MORE
Si
Mark Richard, deputy sheriff.
is n signing from his office, to
become effective March 15. He
has been reported a possible can-
didate for constable, although no
formal announcement has been
made.
Ex-Police Chief Albeit W.
"Burt" Simpson has qualified as
a candidate for constable in the
Miami Beach district. He will run
for the office now held by Harry
Higgins under Judge Kenneth
Oka.
C ntinued on Page 14)
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FRIDAY. MARCH 12, 1948
HEBE AND THERE
Herbert H. Lehman, former
governor <>f New York who is
now devoting himself exclusively
to Jewish affairs, is now quietly
celebrating his 70th birthday .
j0e Richards, son of Bernard G.
Richards, is exhibiting his paint-
ings at tl".' Laurel Gallery in New
York The critics are raving
about him HIAS plans show-
ing 'ls documentary film "Plac-
ing The Displaced" throughout
the country ... It was produced
in Germany last summer by Mar-
tin A Burstein, the organization's
public relations director Dr.
tfordecai Soltes, executive direc-
Harold Fonts
To Beside Here
Mis.- Helen Zalkin became Mrs
Harold Pont Sunday, February
29. in the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalkin.
Charleston, S. C. Pont is the son
0f Mis. Sadie Pont of 2611 S.W.
5th Ave, and the late Edward
Pont.
The early evening ceremony
took place against a background
of flowers and candleabras and
1 lowed by a dinner for the
family and close friends.
Mrs Hyman Bebergal, sister of
tin' bride, and Miss Sharon Be-
bergal, niece, were matron of
and flower girl. Leonard
Pont served as his brother's best
man.
Miamians who attended tht
wedding in Charleston included
the groom's mother, Mrs. Sadii
Pont: Leonard Pont; a sister. Miss
Ethel Font; Mrs. Morris Kaler.
aunt of the bridegroom; Sam Sil-
ver, c msin, and Irving Kaler, a
a Formerly of Miami now
residing in Atlanta, Ga.
The newlyweds have returned
motor trip along the coast
of Florida and will reside in Mi-
ami where Mi. Pont is co-owner
of thi Rosedale Delicatessen.
OFF THE RECORD
_+Jewish rhrUfcM
PAGE ELEVEN
tor of the Yeshiv University start-
ed out as a teacher ... His friends
were not surprised when he was
des.gnated Professor of Commun-
ity Service by the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Shimon Hacohen. one
of three Jewish officers in the
British Army who were captured
ta Greece, has published a collec-
tion of 96 sketches he made while
to captivity ... He calls the vol-
ume, published in Palestine, "A
Symphony of Captivity"
Hacohen never sketched before!
" !ue *"*&** of prison life
S/hc/act ^at he had been for-
bidden to express his feelings in
writing led him to a new form of
expression Pincus gchulden-
rein, a Jewish artist who sur-
vived the Nazi holocaust ,n P,,.
and is now ,n the U.S. While
m a DP camp in Germany he
eieated a number of works deal-
ing with Jewish Martyrolofiy un-
der Nazism Jamcs N. Roscn.
berg, former law partner of Sam
Rosenman, is one of America's
greatest artists Three of his
paintings have been sent by the
State Department to American
embassies Rosenberg, now 73
gave up his law practice for
painting some eight years ago.
Mioli.ni lailirs
Presents i*!%<*
Prizes will be the special fea-
ture of the next open meeting of
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood,
according to an announcement
by Mrs. Alex--
inder K o g a n ,
resident.
"This will be a
lay of prizes."
she stated
"There'll be a
prize to every
n e iii b e r who
brings in a new
lember."
The Sisterhood
Mrs. Kogan will also present
to Mrs. Ben Wolf and Mrs. Ar-
thur Eisner special prizes for
bringing in the most monev f,
ads in the Sisterhood Ad Journal
and the most merchandise at the
'ecent Sisterhood Bazaar. Mrs
Kogan added. A humorous "Guess
Who" quiz is another feature ol
the meetinfi and there will be
prizes for the winners of the
quiz.
The meeting is to take place on
Wednesdav, March 17, at 1:30 p.m.
in the Temple patio. Miami
Beach. Hostesses for the dav will
be Mrs. Harry Cornblum. Mrs
Robert Nordin and Mrs. Abe Zin-
namon.
3"C
Tropical Park was well filled on its opening day March 3. This
is a view of the crowd of 11,534 during the running of one of the
inaugural races at (the friendly track) in Coral Gables.
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By lli'iisii I oi-l
Benson frord nat been elected
a vice-president of the Ford
Motor Company and named di-
rector of the Lincoln-Mercury
Division.
Mr. Ford, who has been a
member of the Ford board of
directors since 1941, and a mem-
ber of its policy committee since
1946, will assume shis duties as
chief executive of Lincoln-Mer-
cury Division immediately.
In announcing the election of
Benson Ford by the board of di-
rectors, Henry Ford II. president
of the Ford Motor Company,
said: "The appointment of my
brother to the top executive post
of the Lincoln-Mercury Division
comes when the division is on
the threshold of its greatest ex-
pansion program which will fur-
ther establish it as a separate
entity.
"There are very definite plans
for the future of Lincoln-Mer-
cury. We intend to go after the
business in the medium and high-
priced fields more aggressively.
To do this our line of cars is
being expanded and completely
redesigned. Three new assembly
plants are being constructed and
an entirely separate dealer or-
ganization is being developed."
Benson Ford, who is 28, be-
comes top executive of the Lin-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 12,
ItanqiM't Honors
llr. M|Imii Wise
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president
and founder of the Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, and outstand-
ing loader in Ameriean-jewish
life, will be honored at a banquet
and reception on Wednesday eve-
ning. March IT. at the Lord Tarle-
ton hotel.
Committee tor the testimonial
affair for Dr. Wise is composed
of Judge Harold D. Spaet, presi-
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
l ORTHODOX
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Congregation Beth Jacob. 301-
W.w. inira ------ ,,, Washington ave., Mia"*'
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. j^^ Rabb- Moses Mescheloff;
i.ate FYldas evening nervier* nt ranj0r Louis J. Feder.
v 15 a m Rabbi Hhaulru "ii; ~,,,,.,:,, I ervle-
his reaction" to an address he ma.....
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, ho'lnn 1 in 1
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.................,!*,.. ho will iMimloel Mi- ,.,.,. ..... ..-II
Dr. Stephen S. Wise
dent oi Temple Israel oi Miami;
Joseph M. Ro
h Jewish Center; Sam
num. president, Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, wh i will
act as co-chairmen, and R
Colman A. Zv\ itman Irving
man i I Le ii Kronish
. co-chairmen.
The add Dr W
the banq
s only
this year in Florida Dr Wise is
.: to Miami witl
sion.
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Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1415 Euclid ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
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An "Ides of March" Carnival is planned by members of the
ra Hirsch Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women
Dunday. March 14, 7:00 p.m. at the Beach YMHA: proceeds us
for purchase of food-packages for European needy families. I,
^i-.i. (!*.{ t^, -ir,m\ Miccoc ^ViirlAv PnllAnnman n*n,Un.i. i
' .' i n."' *,.... r- ----. .~u.,y TTomen
Sunday, March 14, 7:00 p.m. at the Beach YMHA: proceeds used
for purchase of food-packages for European needy families. In
photo, (left to right) Misses Shirley Collegeman, president: Arlene
Sisselman; Helene Milbauer; Norma Thalbin. and Mrs. Annette
Wallman.
ECr/'.riMuS,EC*h,i.S Visi.ors' Evening Held
Joseph E. Rackovky.
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Temple Belh Sholom, 4144 ,... w
ChasTave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W.
Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel 12th ave. Rabb. S.mon April.
Kelemer.
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Temple Israel. 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
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Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
At Hebrew Academy
\ special visitors' evening will
be held at the Hebrew Academy,
h St.. coiner Jefferson Ave..
Miami Beach, on Monday evening,
March 15th, at 8 p.m. The pri-
: v purpose <>f the evening is
In acquaint both residents and
tourists of the distinctive form of
ducation of the Academy pro-
gi am.
The Academy will be upen
:. evening between the
hums of il and 10:30 p.m with
: the board .>f directors
icting as guides to the visitors
on a tour of inspection of the
Itie. Servli ea Bal uni.iv al I :i"
. vice : :'." a m 11:i>>l>i
. .,h on the Weekly Portion or
in i..iu Mini ha al p.m. followed
b) Shalos Keudoa. Sunday ichool at
.i in i Mil. rellslout I.....l '' :'n to
6 "." p Ml
facilities and activities of the in-
stitution.
The Hebrew Academy offers
.hisses for children of 'he first
four years of elementary school
as well as kindergarti
and now has an enrollment o[
over 110 boys and girls in the
school.
Flora II. Hickey
CORSETIERE and DESIGNER
Formerly of Flora Corset Shop
104 S.E. First Street
Miami. Fla.
Phone 3-1882
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation. 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
1" I.e..
|. n,
preach on I he Min-
i's Be Sti I Refresh-
b.i ii Sisterhood
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pplDAY, MARCH^2- 1948
fSer^Elevated
Sholom Presidency
Marx Feinberg, Miami attorney
.Jlocal resident for 23 years,
an k'llcl president of Sholem
SL B'nai BTith at their last
^VM Tuesday evening in Tem-
ple Is"
A graduate of the University of
Man Feinberg
FWKb Law school. Feinberg is
of the Dade, Florida
11 Bar associations.
ail active worker
Ige for ten years.
Ij elected president
on the board of di-
Miami YM & WHA
and is a member of the Miami
He is co-chair-
; ofessionaJ division
C nmunity Chest drive,
and a major in the Greater Mi-
ami Jew ish Federation drive.
i president of the
ipera Guild ensemble.
Serving with Feinberg will be
John K nfeld, first vice pros.:
\ onovitz, second vice
financial sec ; Perr;
ec.; Marvin Rauzin.
David Stuzin, treas.;
Sail, guardian; Frank
en Sam Silver, moni-
tor: an Paul Barnett, asst.
monil
Three year trustees are Bill
E Hurwitz; two years,
L m and Milton Fried-
nan; and one year, Burnett Roth
ud Ji Wrinkle.
Alex s Cohen, Sam B. Miller
and Te I Bakowitz are on the
y board.
B'nai llrin, Plans
State >LWtiiif
Members of the B'nai B'rith
Mate executive committee will
ia' h a IT. Lday meetin March
13th and 4th at the Royal Palm
hotel to plan a state membership
drive and discuss programs foi
the state convention. Jack Ab-
bott, State Federation preside,,,
announced.
Delegates from 21 Florida
lodges will gather to plan a state-
wide membership drive beginning
April 11th.
The agenda and yearly pro-
grams for consideration at the
annual state convention in Jack-
sonville on May 1st and May 2nd
will be discussed Out-of-town
visitors will be invited to attend
Miami Beach installation ,,( of-
ficers scheduled for the evening
of March 14th Sunday at the
Beachcomber.
Harold Turk, president of the
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami and state membersh p
chairman will hear reports on
membership quotas from the
Florida lodges,
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PAGE THIRTEEN
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Landau Women Sponsor
Roman Holiday Carnival
A Roman Holiday carnival will
be sponsored by the Clara Hirsch
Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women on Sunday. 7 p m
at the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536
Bay Road.
Serving with Miss Helene Mil-
bauer. chairman of the affair.
will be: Miss Arline Sisselman |
and Mrs. Annette Wallman. pub-
licity: Mrs. Beatrice Finn, mer-
chandise donations: the Misses
Rosalyn Worth, Judy Rosoff and
Norma Thalbin, social commit-
tee: Miss SheOa Wallman, carni-
val supplies.
Proceeds of the affair will be
used for the purchase of food
packages for needy families in
Europe.
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Gables BBYO Hayride
For Membership Drive
A membership drive hayride
will be sponsored by the Coral
Gables B'nai B'rith youth or-
ganization at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
March 13th. Trucks will leave
from the Hillel Foundation, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd. promptly
at 6:30 p.m. and will convene at
Bakers Haulover grounds where
refreshments and entertainment
have been planned.
Co-chairmen of the affair are
Miss Marcia Cohen. 4-7922 and
Stanley Cannon. 4-4450. Youth
interested in attending the af-
fair are urged to call for reserva-
tions at these numbers.
Accompanying the party will
be Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Coren-
blum, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Seid-
ler. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry I
Sanders, all members of lh I
Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge and |
sponsors of the youth group.
Price of Liberty
A Book Review
"The Price 0f Liberty," by
Nathan Schachner, published
by the American Jewish Com-
mittee, 386 Fourth Ave.. New
York 16, N. Y. Price $3.50. Pub-
lication date March 1. 1948.
Excerpts taken from a re-
view by Carl Carmer.
The sub-title"A History of
the American Jewish Committee"
-might lead to the supposition
that the appeal of this book is
too special to attract a wide audi-
ence. I trust thai no one will be
so misled. The Price of Liberty
is a thoroughly exciting narra-
nd a is to be heartily rec-
ended to all citizens who
an interest in effective and
efficient democracy.
The five distinguished and
thoughtful Americans who called
a meeting of prominent Jews in
1906 for the purpose of organiz-
ing a committeexto aid suffering
People of then- belief throughout
the world could hardly have fore-
Been what was to follow. By the
time a Committee of Fifty had
horn organized, such proposals
as to include in the statement of
the Committee's purpose the
phrase "to promote the welfare
of Judaism" had been defeated,
mo one simple purposeful sent-
ence, a sentence which had been
rigidly adhered to ever since, had
been adopted: "The purpose of
this Committee is to prevent in-
fringement of the civil and re-
ligious rights of Jews and to al-
leviate the consequences ot per-
secution." v
Mi-. Schachner has written an
honest report of the committee's
activities and progress from its
inception with the present. When
there were unpleasant disagree-
ments he has recorded them. It
is amazing that there have lieen
so few. He has made very clear
the differences between the
America;-. Jewish Committee and
tIn extreme Zionists and an*l-
7.\' ni>ts over the question of Pal-
estine.
Nathan Schachner has written
this remarkable story in a sim-
ple, direct and rhythmic stvle.
He has giver, it movement and
deep human quality. While his
purpose was not t" wri'e a book
ag'inst racial intolerance, no
novel like Gentlemen's '\gree-
mrnt or Kincsflood Royal can
compare with it in power to de-
stine the malicious nonsense of
the prejudiced.
Party, Highlights
IIi IIVI Agenda
Highlighting the activities at
Hillel foundation this month, ac-
cording to Director Rabbi Al-
bert Michaels, is a Purim party
prepared by the ladies au-
xiliary of Sholem lodge for
March 24. Ely Ben Hur and
Marty Galowitz, religious chair-
man of Hillel, have provid-
ed entertainment for the cele-
bration. A lecture by Dr. Leon
Slater, member of the University
of Miami psychology department,
who will speak on "Psychology
and the Modern Man," is sched-
uled for March 23
hillel has begun again the pub-
lication of a monthly periodical.
The Hillelite," Rabbi Michaels
' ited under the editorship of
Onalee Cohen, a senior at the
University and a major in jour-
nalism.
Warren Sherwood and Morton
Silverblatt have been named
chairmen of the annual U.J.A.
campaign at the university which
began March 7. Goal this year
is S3.000.
Newly appomted interfaith
chairman, Jerry Bell, has started
work for monthly interfaith dis-
cussion and lectures. He is work-
ing with Margaret Ann Turner,
winner of the interfaith scholar-
ship.
Regular Friday night services
are conducted every week at
8:15 p.m. at the foundation. Each
week an alternate sorority or
fraternity plays host.
Husbands Help Plan
David Sisterhood Ball
Husbands and wives of Beth
Da\'id are working together for
the Sisterhood's annual Purim
Ball to be held April 4 at the
Miami YMHA. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
August and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Laufer are general chairmen.
Assisting the chairmen are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Dickson, in
charge of the music, and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Merlin, who head
the ticket committee. Also Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Sticbel, in
charge of contests; Mr. and Mrs.
Max Swartz, costumes: Mr. and
Mrs. Elix Hinkes and Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Schreidel. refresh-
ments. Representing the P.T.A.
will be Mr. and Mrs. Max Feld-
man and their committee who
are cooperating with the Sister-
hood.
Masada Spring Dance
At Miami Y Tomorrow
Greater Miami chapter of Masa-
da, young adult general Zionist
affiliate will hold a spring dance
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA
8:30 p.m. tomorrow night.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by the "Music Makers."
Gables Women To Elect
Officers Tuesday Eve
Coral Gables Women of B'nai
B'rith will hold elections Tues-
day night at 8:15 p.m. at thr
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.
A member of the UJA speakers
bureau is to address the group
and plans will be made for an
Eastei party in the TB ward of
Pratt Veterans hospital. Refresh-
ments will be served
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Tickets available at Morris Bros.. Ardmore Studios. Beach "Y ,
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BENEFIT OF PALESTINE
Half the proceeds from sale of individual tickets for this concert
will be donated to Miami Beach Hadassah & Zionist Youth
Council to be used in Palestine
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typ of blended liquors for fear that non-kosher
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David Women Unveil
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Next regular meeting of Beth
David Sisterhood will be on Wed-
nesday. March 17 at the syna-
gogue
Dedication of the Dora Augu-st
Memorial will take place follow-
ing the business session. Mrs.
Louis Heiman, .hairman of the
: will be assisted by Mrs
[sadore Fine Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Mrs, Meyer Schwartz, and Mrs.
Bernard Sterling. Mrs. Schwartr
will unveil the memorial
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FRIDAY. MARCH 12,
1948
Political Roundup
(Continued from Pago 10)
Paul R. Baker of 837 N.W.
First Ave., Homestead ,is a candi-
date for constable in district four
in the May primaries.
Candidates lor Justice of the
peace are Troy Davis. 535 N.W.
36th St.. former member of the
district welfare board; Robert F.
Louys, 8234 N.E. Second Ct.; and
John Ivey Ruff. 780 N.W. 55th
St.
Franklin Parson left the City's
employ as a member of the legal
staff tn campaign for the post of
county solicitor. His campaign
manager is Laurence Rohan. Jr..
of Hayward and Rohan law firm,
and his headquarters are 1
at U2 W. Flagler St.
During his 14 years with the
city. Parson has been assistant
city attorney and took part in
many legal battles. He has also
served BS attorney for the city
planning and zoning board and
eight years as legal adviser to
the civil service board.
Parson came to Miami from
Pittsburgh 19 years ago. He was
graduated from the University ol
Pittsburgh and received hi
degree at the University of Mi-
ami. This is his first campaign for
public office
Qualifie tion is
County Solicitor Robert H T
First appointed solicitor in 1925
and again in 1935, he has served
continuously since the latter date,
unopposed for nomination in
1946.
M for sheriff of this county.
Having come to Miami 18 years
ago from Providence, R. I Peer-
ing is owner of the Deering Awn-
ing & Furniture ('
Long active m civic and frat-
ernal affairs, the candidate is a
member of the Miami Rotary club
and a past president of the Ex-
ecutive assn. of Greater Miami.
He is a mcn.br. oi the area rent
advisory board, and active in Mi-
ami. Miami Beach and Coral
Gables Chamber of Commerce.
Veteran of the Fust World War,
Deering has been prominent in
service and veteran organizations
both here and m Massacln.s. Its
Lex Green, veteran of 20 years.
ngress, has jumped into the
race for state railroad and public
utilities commissioner Thi
dent of Starke, Fla., ran unsuc-
cessfully for governor in 1944 and
for United States senate: m 1946
One of Florida's most widely
known figures. Green will at-
tempt to revive the can.pa..
ganizations he built in 1942 for
his victory as congressman-at-
large over Ernest Ovei I
Lit county tax collector.
Geoi ge S Okell, a former re-

n to I
G ip I
Republican candidates in that
group are William N A
Gables; Oakley B. ("line Jr. and
Charles A Winkelm inn.
Edwin W I)' busi-
man, will run in the Mi
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Richard A. Mack oi Coral
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He w .- appointed a commit
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C immissioner Mack was born
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University of Florida. Ik was in
business in South Florida for six-
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lades Ruck Company when
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Albert F. Hunt. Jr., former
deputy federal marshal, has de-
candidate tor
.if.
A native of i;. Hunt has
livi d In Miami for 19 years. A
former salesman, he has deall
with cars and real estate and
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Housii nistrations arch,
tectural division,
During the war, Hun, was a
member ol the Coast^Guard port
security force, He and Mrs. Hunt
are now managing a Miami 3each
apartment housi
Jack D. Laurmiorc a former
,eading welterweight boxer, will
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until his I l943 *J
result of injuries, and then worked
at shipyards until the end of the
ppointed by Sherifi
Jimmy sulhvan a deputy in the
road patrol. He has resigned to
aign.
Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan, who
will run to succeed himsi It m the
coming elections, has opened his
, at 105 NAV Firsl A'.
Sullivan lists from lus moid
the establishment of the homicide
bureau and the criminal investi-
, partment as some of the
accomplishments during his ten-
. t office.
Leroy Eden, Venetian blind
manufacturer, has joined in the
race for const n the first
district.
Hi- first time in politics as a
Eden has lived in Mi-
inci he was three years old,
[( past member of the Inter-
national association of Bridge,
Structure and Ornamental Iron
Workers. Local 272, AFL. Eden
is also a member of the North
Democratic club.
years until he resigned last fall
in protest over Sheriff Jimmy
Sullivan's dismissal of his part-
,.,, A. S. Goldman.
A former school teacher. Ful-
led was principal of Lamont
Junior High school, Jefferson
county, for six years. Of his 16
years in Dade county, he spent 13
,s a bus operator and Instructor
tor Miami Transit Co. Last* fall
the candidate made the daily
Headlines when he refused to
evict ex-servicemen from their
homes in Veterans- village.
Running for re-election in co
gress from Group III \_ ncp w
liam C. Lantaff.
Attorney Lantaff served in the
army during the war attaining
the rank of lieutenant colonel.
An advocate of lower taxes,
Lantaff has volunteered to serve
on a committee to analyze the
present state tax structure and
make recommendations to the
1947 session. He feels that fi-
nancial aid should be given to
hard-pressed cities and that flood
control is a state problem.
John R. King, accountant and
legislative candidate in Group I.
has proposed a recommendation
that the Florida legislature give
school teachers additional tax ex-
emption. It is the main feature
of his campaign for political of-
fice.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
Shown above are the recipients of the Charles A. Ratner
Memorial Scholarships for Hebrew at the University of Miami.
Left to right are: Miss Dolly Fishbein. Miss Anita Kessler. Miss
Beverly Koch. Aaron Zimmerman, A. P. Gannes. executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Herbert Northrup. Jr.,
Mn. Matilda Ratner, who established the scholarship fund in
memory of her husband, Carl Cohen, and Max Meisel, president
of the Bureau.
Scholarships cover the Hebrew course given at the University
erery Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. Class
enrollment at the present time is 16.
Missing from the picture are David Isen, chairman, and Rabbi
Hurray Grauer. member of the scholarship committee.
Itroi in.131 Holds
.Musical Soiree
e was held by
I Ruth Broti pn tenting a group
: combined their
[talents last F iday evening, 8:30
Ip.m. in the music salon at the
I home cf Mr. and Mrs. Paul
| ,incoln Rd., Miami
Beach.
Among participating will
Ik) the: known baritone.
I :11c who will sins ;i
Ifoup nf songs composed by
IKina Zucca, internationally
Ibwr. r imp .-n. pianist and
Ilinger, who will accompany him
pian i. The diversified pro-
p-Ti includi> the newly arrived
[Snss vi tin virtuoso. Nana
Una a will be accom-
panied by M ( llga Stern, Hun-
garian pian Ruth Brotman.
hcprann. and Dr. Paul Beck,
Idramatic tenor from Yugoslavia.
Wising np, ratic duets and solos
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with Anyuta Melicov at the piano.
One of the features of the eve-
ning will be the "D'arcy Duo
Piano Team." veterans of the
last war. with arrangements on
two pianos. The Beacon Players
will present a short playlet, and
Madame Santa Berg, continental
singer, will accompany herself in
interesting folk songs. Monologues
will be given by "Tays," versatile
artist who will also play a group
of Mana-Zucea's Spanish com-
positions on the piano.
Admission is by invitation only.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
this undersigned, desiring to engage in
bui ness under the fictitious name of
Van Union Company (not inc.) at
i.'31 t %VashlnRton Avenue. Miami
Beach, int. iIh to register said name
with the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Hade County, Morida.
NORMAN CUVAM
and
Lh'oNARD L. COVAN
Partners,
2/20-27 3/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
M under the fictitious name of
Mln-Eda Restaurant at 2414'-'. Police
' Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla., in-
tend t.. register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
EDWARD OXENBERQ
MINNIE OXENBERti
wasn an, Sliver A Bakowits
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-21 S/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Park Clean, rs and Hand Laundry at
BJ8 N W. 36th Street, Miami. Fla. in-
'.....' to register Bald name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LOUIS and
, n __ HUTU GITTLEMAN
2/13-20-27 8/! 12
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN' THE CIRCUIT coi'iiT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
115194,
FRANK MARTIN, Plaintiff, vs.
NANCY JAM: MARTIN, Defend-
ant.
TO: NANCY JANE MARTIN,
88 Thompson street,
WaterbUI y. Connecticut
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bin of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by FRANK MARTIN on or be-
fore the 31st day of March, 1148,
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 1st day
of March, 19 IS.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk,
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
8/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned are engaged In busl-
under the fictitious name of
MARSHALL'S, at 188 41st Street. Mi-
ami Beach, Flotilla, and Intend to
register the said fictitious name in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LARRY HOFFMAN
HENRY MARSHALL
Sole Owners.
GEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for applicants
i 20 27 8/5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iindei the fictitious natne ol
Bill Rite Venetian Blind <' at 2248
s. w 8th 81 M i ml, Florida, In-
.....I- to rei nan... with the
Clerk of tin circuit court of Dade
County, Flo
MAX OREENFIELU
ISAAC J( '111
Attorn. foi Appll. ant
1O10 His, i. ling
Miami. Florida
3/12-19-26 i 2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undi r the fictitious nan i
CONSUMERS; CONSUMERS MAR-
KIM'S CONSUMERS FOOD MAR-
KETS at 2081 N.W, 7th Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to r. gist, t ald
n.one with the Cl.rk 0 the circuit
c.nirt of Dade county. Florida
M VURICE DAUM.
AMI S BENJAMIN
Attorney for Maurice Paum.
I '5-12-19-26
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AMD
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. U5284.
BETTY KATZ, Plaintiff, vs.
BENJAMIN KATZ, Defendant.
TO: BENJAMIN KATZ
178 Stagg Walk
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before April 5th, 1948, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order be published once a week for
tour successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of March. 1948.
i: B, LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. Rice. jr.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attoi n< > at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
a i-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
a under the fictitious name of
Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at
i \ i: B iyshore Place, Intend to
i Bald name with the Clerk ol
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HOWARD E. I.EPPER
CLARA C LEPPER
Wasman, Silver A Bakowits
inta
2 20-27 3/5-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin. fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry A: Luggage shop at
801 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register
said mime with tin* clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dado County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
TROPIX ART. HOTEL at 6S44 Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tend to register said natne with the
Ch-rk of the Circuit Court of Dadu
County, Florida.
EM \.\ IE I. GOLDSTRICH
BELLE GOLDSTRICH
8, 12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the tiotltlous name
of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPART-
MENT STORE at 1168 N.W. 62nd
Street. Miami, Florida, intends to
regl r Bald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS LEIBOVITZ
Petitioner
MYERS, HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
rd Po ilti j Co, at 101 N, w. 8th
SI *. intend to pe| <1 name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i lade i 'ounty, Fl.
LOUIS GRONER
IRLEY OELMAN
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
ys for Applicants.
2 18-20-21 ::
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DA I'D
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
11531
harry MEYER SEAMON, Plaintiff,
vs. FLORINDA BJSAMON, Defend-
ant,
TO FLORINDA 8EAMON, 2 Copley
Road, Apartment No. 408, Upper
i' i by, Pennsylvania,
Y' >U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
ur appearance In the above
styled cause t,,r divorce, on or before
the 7th day of April, 19 18,
i this Ml) day of March. 194s.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
lit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attoi
827 Calum.t Bull.
Miami. Florida
3 12-19-26 I 2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
.], r the fl "-'us name or
\l \i: FABRICS at 126 South Ml iml
W.nue. intends to register said name
with tin- ci.'k of the Clrc 111 I our!
',f "a"" CUnty' f'rank ftlSMAN.
wasman. BILVER A BAKOWTTZ
Attorneys for Applicant
8/5-12-19-26 1 3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _L
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
II,, 11, I desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 Wasn-
Ington Avenue Miami "each. Intends
to register said name with the C lent
,,f ,,,. Clr. t 1 '< county.
'"'.....* SYDNEY MABOOLIN
Owner.
M \i:X FEINBERG
Attorney for Applicant.
I 17 8 I 12-19 ____
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
7-11 Red Road club at 711 N. W. 57th
Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILFRED L. KING
ANOBEL KING
STANLEY CARTER
Partners,
MYERS, HEIMAN and KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. ,1. siring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bennett Wl CSSSS'WkiriS
.w.nue, Miami, FIr,<',,l;
- regls-r s,M name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade
C0UB,y- LEONARD EISENBKRO
Sole Owner.
2/27 3/5-12-19-26 _________________
dsssas**
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1111'.'
MORRIS QLEANA, Plaintiff, vs.
M \KY GLEANA, D< fi ndant.
To: MARY CLEAN A. 1069 80th .Street,
Brooklyn New York.
voi- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
',,,, 19th daj "f March. 1948
Dated this 18th day of February.
1948- k I! LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
"'"""" ''""" B?V C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J, RAND, Attorney
|j j Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
B 20-27 3 ".-12
NOTICE TO APPEAR
in Tin: CIRCUIT COURT of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADH
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
B,
EUGENE E LING-MUELLER, Plain-
tiff, vs ALBERTA O. KLl.Mi-
MUBLLBR, D< fendant.
To: ALBERTA O. FORTEN
(or ALBERTA O. FORTSON)
2109 Santee Avenue
Columbia, South Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that EUGENE KLING-MUELLER,
your former husband plaintiff In
this cause, has filed a Petition to
Modify the Final Decree of Divorce
.nt.red on August 22, 1946, by the
Honorable ROSS WILLIAMS'. Senior
Circuit Judge. You are hereby required
to file your written Appearance,
Answer or other pleadings to said
Petition with the Clerk of the above
styled C.....t on or before the lsth
day of March, A D. 1948; otherwise,
the allegations of said Petition win
be tak< n as confessed by you.
IT IS ORDERED that this Notice
be published on. for four (4)
consecutive Weeks ill tho JEWISH
fi.oridian. a newspaper published
In Dade Countv, Florida.
DATED at Miami, Florida, this 17th
da) "f February, A. D. 1348.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
.it Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
1 'eputy Clerk.
VIVIoN B. RUTHERFORD
606 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff,
2/29-27 3/5-12
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till-: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
For DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 11.".012.
nina kantakis. also known as
MARIANNA KANTAKIS, Plaintiff,
vs. JOHN kantakis. Defend
TO: JOHN kantakis
Ri 1 ii nee Unknown
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled
on or before -March 2.1, 1948, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint Will bo taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order be published once a week for
ion,- successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of February,
1948
E. B LEATHERMAN,
!lerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILToN A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
2 27 3/3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OH ON that
the underslgnsd, desiring to engage In
business under the ^tR|0us "ame '
Sheridan Bake Shop at 519 41st Street:.
Miami Beach. **
. JgEter S'name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Flnr"'a BENJAMIN KIRSHMAN
Petltloner.
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner.
2/13-20-27 /
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IV THB CIRCUIT CoCRT OF THE
11 Hi JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN and
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 115X17.
JOHN J. DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs.
GRACE R DURKIN, Defendant
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T< >: GRACE R. DURKIN
846 Hawthorne Street
Brooklyn, New Yo.-k
\ 1 are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against you In the above
styled cause on or before the 2!* day
of March, 1948; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
L, t this Order be published once a
for four consecutive weeks in
the JEWISH FLOKID1AN, a news-
paper published In Dade County,
Florida
DATED this 26th day of February,
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff
Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida,
2/17 J/B-IM9
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT CoCRT OF THE
11T1I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FIJDRIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No, 113013.
DOMINICK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff,
vs, MARY LO GIUDICE, Defend-
ant.
I', I MARY LO GIUDICE
I 42nd Avenue
Corona, long Island, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause.
on or before March 29, 1948, otherwise
the bill of complaint will be taken as
confessed against you. Lot this order
be published once a week for four
consecutive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
County, Florida.
Dated this 23rd day of February,
194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. c. QRBEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornev at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida.
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY', FLOR-
IDA.- IN CHANCERY, No. 114927.
Boa 1.0 VIRGILO I'F.RRONE, also
known as PERONI, Plaintiff, vs.
FLoRE.NZA MARIA PERRONE,
Defendant.
TO: FLORENZA MARIA TERRONIfl
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before March 22nd, 1948, other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks In The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 19th day of February,
1948.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida.
2/20-27 3/5-12



PAGE SIXTEEN
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Jewlstforkfori
FRIDAY. MARCH 12, l948
CARE Establishes
Headquarters Here
(Continued from Page 1)
of Miami who "have many ties
in Europe, some of them blood
ties, to the homelands from which
they or their parents came, and
s^mc of them equally strong tics
that all of us in America feel for
our neighbors in the world."
'"Subsistence diets arc not
enough.'" Mayor Floyd said. "They
are not enough at any time. But
now when Europe's people face
tlie job of rebuilding their lives
and homes, their cities and in-
dustries, the problem is particu-
larly acute. Long yens of hunger
and suffering have left a backlog
of malnutrition, rickets and tub-
Exl .1 food is needed
now t i combat the almost uni-
| bad health of Europe's
people. The CARE package is an
important answer to this prob-
1, in."
-We are grateful to CARE,"
Mayor Floyd concluded, "for
us this mo.ms for send-
i help to our neigh-
bors in Europe who look to us
to help them once again to be-
pro, luetive members of the
world community."
lowing the broadcast Ma;
: purchased the first CARE
fr im Mr. Cordi s I
imily m Em
at the ci remonies at-
ng the openini
. of the t':.
ps, Chamber
Red Cross, Y.W.C A Bi
French Consulate, Ne-
I : |
i ::.! the
f Social
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: CARE, w
in the op.
: non-i vernmenl
in.
Rattan Furniture Use
Become Widespread
By MURIEL SINGER
Although many people use the
word-- rattan and bamb io
changeably, it is un to do
so. according to a small, for
group known as the Rattan Guild,
which is composed of Miami men
who are exponents of rattan
craftsmanship.
Bamboo, they point out. is
hallow and cannot lie bent by
touch or steam. It cannot make
furniture unless done so by
straight application. Rattan, how-
ls a parasitic vine-like
mouth, the finest of which grows
in t. e "- and East
Indus. Unlike this type. Philip-
pine rattan is not l i and
in order to be used has i
. back and is not of
high quality as is Dutch East In-
I Tohiti.
Those who are sagistic con-
cerning rattan, recognize it
records :it City Hall; and the
Hotel Division headed by Irving
Frankel. Joseph Gardner, Irving
Lachman and Murray Maurer,
which has achieved unparalleled
results this year, Mr. Goldstein
emphasized that the success of
the campaign resolves itself down
to the matter of complete and
full coverage of all prospects and
. that at the-next report
ng 100'. coverage be aii-
n mnced
The divisions rep "<< llie
total of their pledges were:
Women's Division, Mrs. Abe
..,., reporting, $75,006;
Young Adults. S1.93fi; Winter
Residents. Jack Ablin reporting.
$76,910; if tel Division, Murraj
ih- by the clean appearance p< r-jMaurer reporting, $233,695; Youth
. mined joints, and the Division, $10.00; Metropolitan
ners, as well as its Unit for Miami. Rabin Max Shap-
beauty. Miami-madi rattan furn- iro reporting, $3,226; Metropoli-
iture for dining rooms, living tan Unit tor Miami Beach. Rabbi
<. and bedrooms have been Leon Kronish reporting, SH.010;
Meeting Honors
Trades Division
(Continued from Page I)
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO APPEAR
'I'll!.
IT IN AMI
I
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S
I
Ircull
in
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widely acclaimed. The craft was
:,: si s ai ted n Miami by a 1 inner
superintendent of Haywood
Wadefield fai toi y, Toney l >
er, many years ago.
William N< Ison, if thi Ei
Furniture Factory decoi
located al 1225 N.E. 2nd
Ave., in Miami i I the
prominence of rattan furniture
sold in this way, "There appears
no valid rt ison why any tropical
home should have a marked ter-
.'i and the
. ..1 interi r i will
i attai) furniture for
Mr. consultant in
.: a nd :... ughout the
try on ti pi im layouU.
IPcJkiIc Wi ii in-is
Visit Washington
' C I
one wi .. .. i d, as
2nd annual de-
B'nai Subject of
te is: "R olved:
t the M Plan Will

Win:.. hools will .
ion thi .',.!..
Trophy" a;
ni d by 1'
U m H : [ast
, ears contest, w inning i onti st-
:
and the runner-up
All qua:
ti ....... thi
of gold beys, and a l con-
with
forensic i ills.
The itinery plann
tour of the national capital, A: -
lington. the U, s. mint, the bu-
'.. Smith-
sonian Institution, and sessions of
the House and
The contesl is opened to all
high school youths ol Dadi
county. Si Is are sched-
for March 15, 16 and
Debate Hall. Finals
will be hi Id March 20th and will
be broadcast over one ol the local
radio stations.
and the 41 Trade Divisions.
$382,861.
All workers were strongly
urged to attend the next Re-
port Meeting, which will be
dedicated to the Metropolitan
Unit, Sunday morning. March
14th at 10:00 a.m. at Man-
ning's Restaurant.
Rabbi Leon Kronish pronounc-
ed the closing benediction.
Carnations were presented to
the heads of the various divisions
by Morris Klass, executive di-
i Greater Miami Jewish
1 ation, as a token, he said.
the a Imiration and affection
of their co-worker. ."
, ^i ne
and Slati
.
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YtMing l ml aeons
Organize lonm-il
Miss Toby Cooper, chairman of
the y0ung Judaea Leaders Coun-
cil, announced the formation of
the Miami Beach Young Judaea
Council, "in order that inter-cli'.b
activities and self-government
shall stem from the groups them-
s. '.'(?."
The eight junior groups of
Young Judaea, the youngest of
the Zionist family, held their
i meeting at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
.,:. yesterday at 7 p.m. Repre-
sentatives who ittendcd the first
meeting of the Council were,
Pcul Belinky and Marlene Du-
ehon, 'YaK our"; Sandrn Levy and
Maxine Brandeis, "Benot Yaeob";
Madiline Haider and Sandra Kul-
chei, "Beersheba"; Joseph Merlin
and Eugene Kolnick. "Chilutzim."
Temporary officers ire: chairman,
Paula Belinky; vice chairman,
Eugene Kolnick; secretaiy, Madi-
line Raider. Advisors to the
group from the Y< ting Judaea
Loaders Council are the Misses
Selma Lewis and Lucille Yatfoda.
Miss Cooper also announced
the formation of a Young Judaea
Boys Group, ages 9'^ to 11, at
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave., who meet every Friday
afternoon at 4:15 p.m.
The leader of this new group,
"Genesis", is Mrs. Sharon Dick,
a member of the Miami
Business and Professional Wom-
en of Hadassah.
Oelkers For Legialature
Rep. Richard Oelkers Jr !
calls himself "the huiinl
candidate." is SkuTTSS
term in the iegtalaule hSS
running from Group H. He servS
on house education committee,
during his 1945 and 1947 session?
Oelkers opposes all forms J
new taxes ^ and supports the es-
tablishment of a medical and
dental college in this county.
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For Orthodox and Kosher Homes
THE DADE KOSHER MEAT &
POULTRY MARKET
AT 153 N.W. 5th STREET
MIAMI, FLA., PHONE 3-1430
Owners A. Chiel and H. Zaidman
wish to announce that in addition to their
strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry a complete
line of
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Under Supervision Mr. H. Zaidman
We service weddings, bar mitzvahs, and
parties, also retail and wholesale.
Come in and be convinced
WTO? EVERY TUESDAY
(940 on Your Dial) 5:30 to 6:15 P. M.
The Dade Kosher Meat tt Poultry Market is guparrisad and
endorsed by the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth