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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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lU^wiislbJEIIiDipidliigun
VOLUME
21NUMBER 11
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
DRIVE PASSES MILLION
I
m
New Record Set As Workers Strive
For Unprecedented 'Destiny' Quota

Big Four Seek Truce
For Palestine War
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)An
effort to cbtablish an armistice in
Palestine between the Jews and
the Arabs was made this week
by the Big Powers in a call for a
truce addressed to the Palestine
Arab Higher Committee, asking
whether the Arab body "would be
prepared to enter into the neces-
nry arrangements to bring about
in effective truce in Palestine."
Wednesday night it was under-
stood that the four powers tenta-
tively agreed to request immedi-
ate steps by the United Nations
Mcurity council to end the war-
lire in Palestine.
The United States, Russia,
France and China also decided
to ask for a council declaration
that it would not allow any threat
to peace to exist in the Holy Land.
Only differences on one sec-
ondary point kept the four con-
ferees from final agreement on
the text of a compromise report
to be submitted to the council
hen it again takes up the Pales-
tine issue Friday morning.
Presumably, the four powers
would then ask for a little more
time to formulate specific recom-
mendations for dealing with the
Holy Land fighting. Britain has
fused to take part in the emer-
lency consultations on implemen-
tation of the wavering UN parti-
tion scheme. Soviet representative
Andrei Gromyko did not join in
"* call for trucei
. A Jewish Agency spokesman
Micated that the Jews would be
Prepared to accept a truce pro-
Wing: first, that the Arabs show
ood faith, second, that the truce
backed by United Nations
wee or threat of force; and, third,
jw steps be taken to remove the
Arab terrorists who infil-
lewish Conference
Cancels Planned Session
^W YORK, March ll-The
JjfSency Session of the dele-
rl 0f the American Jewish
Jf'wence. scheduled to be held
?*> 21 m New York City,
* been cancelled.
M decismn was taken at a
meeting of the Interim
ft m held on Wednesday,
Jewish -i Afler review>ng recent
n developments in Pales-
ComJ1!! EurPe, the Interim
ffS rC0,ded its convic-
6* JJt, the emergency situa-
j. *aich called the conference
m *iat continues."
trated Palestine from neighbor-
ing countries.
The call for a truce was issued
following consultations between
the representatives of the United
States, China and France, and
Isa Nakheh, representative of
the Arab Higher Committee.
Gromyko participated in the talks
only as a by-stander, asking no
questions. To the questions asked
by Senator Warren Austin and
other Big Power UN delegates the
Arab representative read a pre-
pared statement declaring that
the Higher Committee rejects any
discussions which involve parti-
tion.
Negotiations on this subject will
continue prior to the scheduled
session of the Council. In the
meantime, it was agreed that no
impression is to be given by any
of the participating powers that
the Council wishes to avoid ac-
tion on Palestine.
Bill Introduced
To Admit DP's
WASHINGTON. (JTA) A
new bill to admit 400,000 dis-
placed persons from Europe to
the United States within the next
four years will be introduced in
the House, it was learned here.
The proposalwhich was drafted
by Rep. James G. Fulton, of
Pennsylvaniawas described as
an alternative to the bill reported
out of committee to the Senate
last week, which calls for the
admission of 100,000 DP's over
a two-year period.
The Fulton Bill will be sup-
ported by Rep. Jacob K. Javits,
of New York, as well as by a
number of other Congressmen. It
contains certain features designed
to appease opponents of the
original Stratton Bill, which also
called for the admission of 400,000
DP's in four years.
Battle Casualties
JERUSALEM. (JTA)-Thirty-
six Arabs were killed and 50
wounded and seven Jews were
killed and four injured on Sun-
day when Haganah men defend-
ing the settlement of Gath, in the
Negev, broke through Arab siege
lines which were established
around the colony Saturday. Ap-
proximately 75 Arabs and 15 Jews
died 'and more than 100 were
wounded during the week-end
one of the bloodiest battles of
the entire war.
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN SAYS GOAL IN SIGHT
AS $1,029,426 REPORTED AT MEETING
The 1948 Combined Jewish. Appeal for $1,489,925 passed
the million dollar mark at the third report meeting last Wed-
nesday. The meeting followed a luncheon at Manning's Rest-
aurant. The session was dedica
Joseph R. Stein, campaign chairman, paid
tribute to the hotel workers for their "splendid
efforts." Introducing Irving Frankel, co-chair-
man of the unit, who presided over the meet-
ing in the absence of Marcie Liberman, chair-
man of the Hotel Unit, Mr. Stein said, "The
Hotel Unit has taken on a truly terrific piece of
work this year and is doing a superhuman
job, sparing no effort by day and by night.
We consider Irving Frankel, the co-chairman,
a human dynamo."
Mr. Frankel, in taking over the chair, paid
full recognition to his fellow workers in the
hotel industry and stated, "The hotel industry
has, in effect, conducted a campaign within a
campaign. We feel not only a responsibility
to give because of our relationship to our home
community, but because we recognize the ob-
ligation of showing the way to the many
tourists with whom we come in contact in the
hope that when they return to their own com-
munities they will follow our example and use
our attainments a yardstick for their own en-
deavors." He emphasized the zeal and sinceri-
ty of his co-workers, and gave special mention
to his co-chairmen, Joseph Gardner and Sam
Lachman, and to Murray Maurer.
Mr. Frankel then introduced Jan Bart, who
entertained the audience of campaign volun-
teer workers with a group of songs.
Reports of the various units were rendered
as follows:
Metropolitan Unit, George Chertkof report-
ing for Miami and Rabbi Leon Kronish for
ed to the Hotel Unit.
Miami Beach, $11,463, making a total to date
of $32,028.
Women's Division, Mrs. George Chertkof re-
porting, $1,719; total to date, $80,029.
Young Adults, Joe Pardo reporting, $409;
total, $2,545'.
Trades Unit, Harry Saffer reporting, $39,619;
total, $479,924.
Winter Residents, Jack Ablin reporting, $23,-
150; total, $100,610.
Hotel Unit, Joseph Gardner reporting, $30,095;
total, $324,380.
This brings the total amount reported to
$1,029,426.
Morris Mass, Campaign Director, in an-
nouncing the figure thus far obtained stated
that this marked the passing of a milestone,
indicating that the Miami Jewish community
has now evolved from a small community to
the status of a large city which has come of
age and imposes the responsibility of living up>
to that status.
He also declared, "This marks the first time
in the history of our community that any annual
campaign has raised more than one million
dollars."
Jacob Sher, president of Federation, con-
gratulated the workers, stating, "We can see
our goal in sight, but there still remains much
work to be done if we are to reach it," and
urged all workers to attend' the next report
meeting Sunday, March 21, at Manning's Rest-
aurant. Boutonierres were presented to the
members of the Hotel and Winter Residents
Units as a token of appreciation for their un-
tiring efforts in helping to make the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal a success.
Editorial
A million dollars was pledged to the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal thus far. The sum is the largest amount
ever raised in an annual campaign. It is in itself a monu-
mental accomplishment. A million dollars is a lot of money
__but it is not enough. Every dollar allocated, with the
United Jewish Appeal to receive a million dollars of the
$ 1,489,92.-)quota, is needed^lesperately needed..The.tough-
est part of the iob is still ahead. Most of the big gifts are
recorded It will take hard work and thorough coverage of
thp nmsnects to insure the remainder of the funds to reach
he iota We must not forget that, 1948 for the Jewish
people is truly the "Year of Destiny."


PAGE TWO
Kls^Utnrrirf^n
Purim Ball Sunday
Hold At Civic Center
Sunday's third annual Purim
ball in the Civic Center, 35 N.E.
2nd St., will climax weeks of
preparation by members of the
Miami Hebrew School and Junior
congregation.
Max Apfelbaum, general chair-
man, has announced dance con-
tests and surprise events for the
affair.
Refreshments are under the
charge of Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Mrs.
Dave Kleber and Mrs. Morris Of-
sowitz. They will be assisted by
the Masdames: Herman G. Nelson,
Nathan Coulton, David Parnes,
Peter Glazer, Sam Schjiwolf.
Herman Needelman, Edward
Moss, Harry Minkoff, Harry
Shear, Hershey Glantz, Jack
Stone, Joseph Schwadron, Louis
August, Ben Golden, Isadore
Fogel, Harry Ross, Ann Braun-
stein, Nelly Simpkins and Hyman
Abromowitz.
Ticket reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. Herbert
Feldan at 3-6191 or the office of
the congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th
Ave.
SI. Federation Council To Meet
In Atlanta This Weekend
Center Sisterhood
Presents Original Play
A three-act musical comedy
produced and directed by Mrs.
Irving Lehrman will be presented
by the Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center
Monday at 8 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Elementary school audi-
torium, 1420 Washington Ave.
Title of the play is "Purim in
Abyssinia."
Mrs. Philip Abrams is musical
director and Mrs. Benjamin Wolff
is in charge of properties. Par-
ticipating in the play are Mrs.
Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Harry
Rogers, Mrs. Bertram Thorpe,
Mrs. Ira Walsey, Mrs. Sam Weis-
sen, Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, Mis.
Benjamin Greene, Mrs. Jack J.
Falk, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs.
Ben Greenwald, Mrs. Irving Cy-
pen, Mrs. Benjamin Kohn, Mrs.
Maurice Nilditch and Mrs. Wil-
liam Iver.
Chairmen for the evening are
Mrs. Hankoff and Mrs. Greene.
Leaders of thirty-five South-
eastern communities will gather
for the annual assembly of the
Southeastern Region Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, at the Ansley hotel, At-
lanta, Ga., March 20-21. it was
announced by Isaac Heller. Re-
gional president.
"The annual conference of our
region is the most significant
meeting of Jewish leadership in
the South." Heller commented.
"It represents the best oppor-
tunity for our communal leaders
to meet together for frank and
full discussion of the responsi-
bilities and problems of our or-
ganized Jewish communities."
In response to questions in re-
gard to the current and critical
situation in Palestine on the part
of the Southeastern leadership.
Ben-Zion Elan, noted Palestinian
war hero, will present a factual
analysis of the Palestinian scene
today.
Mr. Elan is a veteran of the
Palestine Jewish Brigade which
fought through the famous North
African desert campaigns with
the British 8th Army. Following
the end of hostilities in Europe.
committee members in Miami are:
Baron dc Hirsch Meyer. Max
Orovitz, Herbert E. Scher, Monte
Selig, William D. Singer and
Stanley C. Myers, national presi-
dent ami past regional president.
Chamber Of Commerce
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the Jewish Brigade to assist in
the rescue of Jewish children and
others formerly held by the N
as concentration camp prisoners
and slave laborers. He repre-
sented his country at the Inter-
Asian Relations Conference last
year in New Delhi, India. The
experienced soldier and officer is
also a member of the Jewish se-
curity forces in Palestine.
Of particular interest to the
regional leaders who attend this
annual meeting of federations
and welfare funds is the women's
session. This marks the first time
a separate women's session has
been held. Mr. Shulhufer noted,
and gives recognition to the in-
creasing importance of women in
our central communal organiza-
tions. This session will be chaired
by Mrs. Donald Oberdorfer of
Atlanta, and will hear a present-
ation on the role of women in
federations and welfare funds as
well as in campaigning by Mrs.
Monte Selig of Miami.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is an association of 268 mem-
ber federations, welfare funds
and Jewish community councils.
The Southeastern Regional office
is in New Orleans. Executive
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series of now Yiddish and Pales-
tinian songs, on Saturday, March
27th. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach High school auditorium.
The artist has just returned from
Palestine tour.
In charge of arrangements are
Jacob Fishman, S. A. Goodman
and Murray Goodman. Proceeds
from the conceit will go to the
local Zionist Youth Commission,
for continuance of educational
work of the Zionist Youth Groups,
Junior Hadassah. Masada, Inter-
collegiate Zionist Federation of
America and Young Judaea.
Tickets are available at the of-
fice of the Miami Beach Zionist
District, in the National hotel;
and the office of the Zionist
Youth Commission, room 219, 927
Lincoln Boad.
Alex Balfe has been re-elected
president of the Miami Chamber
of Commerce
Other officers are Raymond M.
Miller, first vice president; Dr.
W. H. Walker, second vice presi-
dent; Sam Blank, secretary;
Harry Retalick. treasurer, and
James I Keller, national coun-
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FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1948
fJewisti fhorSdiaifi
PAGE THREE
Pepper e-Qotes"
crrot from the addrets of
"tor Claude Pepper at the open-
.no of the Combined Jewish Appeal
last Sunday.
If it is necessary to implement
the United Nations' decision by
force of arms, I'll vote for Amer-
ica to do her full share. For if
the UN is to mean anything, it
must be supported by the nations
who make it up."
"The United States should a
little more clearly identify her-
self with emancipation of the
world's subjugated people, and
not be afraid or shamed to be-
come the militant champion of
democracy and the oppressed."
Arabs are being permitted to
"draw on the markets of the
world for their guns," while the
United States is denying the
Jews the right to purchase wea-
pons in this country.
This is to invite invasion by
the Arabs of Palestine or the in-
evitable day when America and
other nations will have to use
force to defend their own solemn
devision in the partition.
Palestine today presents the
question, as to whether the UN
organization shall complete its
emasculation of its commitment
by repudiating its righteous de-
cision.
Council Initiates
English Classes
Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women has
inaugurated a program of English
classes for residents of the com-
munity who are of foreign birth.
Classes will be under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Joel Belov, who has
been associated with the Council
jn its citizenship department for
several years.
Beginning Monday, March 22,
classes may be attended at the
Miami Beach YM & WHA Mon-
days from 8 to 9:30 p.m.; and at
the Miami Y Thursday from 2 to
3:30 p.m.
Mrs. Belov is planning to teach
advanced or conversational Eng-
lish as well as reading and writ-
ing to any who may desire it.
Also included in the curriculum
will be simple lecetures on Amer-
ican history. There will be no
registration fee or any other
charge in connection with the
program.
Information is directed to the
office of the council at 3-6554.
If it does the action will prove
,i mortal blow and will write a
miserable chapter, not only to
UN history but to that of the
United States as well.
With the partition decision now
up to the Big Five, only the
1 tSates and the U.S.S.R.
are in a position to give justice
to the Jew and sanctuary to the
persecuted.
The UN partition decision, was
necessarily a compromise and
not what historical justice de-
manded, but it did return to the
society of nations the Jewish
state which has ever lived in
Jewish hearts.
"One of the least noble pages of
British history, was the decision
to have no part of implementing
the UN judgment in Palestine."
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Book By Dr. Wolfson
"Spinoza: A Life of Reason" by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, will be re-
viewed tomorrpw at 3 p.m. at the
Spinoza forum, 124 11th St., Mi-
ami Beach, by Solon Fieldman,
author and lecturer. The guest
speaker, who was for fifteen
years the chairman of the Debat-
ing forum at Carnegie hall, New
York, will be present to answer
questions pertaining to the life
and philosophy of Baruch Spin-
oza.
Other regular weekly lectures
include that of Charles H. Lee at
3:30 p.m. Tuesday, on Astronomy,
and Dr. Morris Schneer Wednes-
day evening, on Psychology for
Better Living
Jewish Musical Hour
Jan Bart tenor recordings heads
the list of selections made by
Jacob Schachter for his Jewish
Musical Hour this weekend.
Heard over station WBAY on
Fridays at 11 a.m. and Sundays
at 10 a.m., the program will in-
clude vocalists Sidor Belarsky,
Molly Picon and Aaron Lebedoff.
To Appear Here
Maurice Scnwariz, well known
character role artist, will be pre-
sented at the Miami Beach High
school auditorium April 4 at 8:30
p.m. Appearing here upon the in-
vitation of Jacob Schachter of
the Jewish Musical radio pro-
gram, Schwartz will portray some
of the character parts which have
made him famous.
The director of New York's
Yiddish Art theater plans to high-
light his program with "Shylock
and His Daughter," most popular
of his acts. No other actors will
be used to assist him.
'Dont's' Of Speaking
Discussed By Council
The fundamentals of public
speaking will be handled at the
next public speaking forum,
sponsored by Miami Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
to be held at YM & WHA, 1536
Bay Road, Miami Beach, today at
1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Bernard Fuller and Mrs.
Julius Mufson will present the
"Don'ts of Public Speaking." The
program will be rounded out by
group participation in extempor-
aneous speaking on current sub-
jects. A tea hour follows.
Council's scholarship fund
benfit from the proceeds of these
public speaking forums.
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+JeistFkridiar
FRIDAY. MARCH 19,

EDITORIAL
The Only Way
The bombshell which Warren Austin dropped
at the feet of the Security Council when he
argued the U.N. had no authority to use force
in implementing the Assembly's partition decision
was a dud as compared with the reported "con-
ciliation" shell he let loose this week at the Big
Four conference.
At the Security Council Mr. Austin was the
pure legalist. But at the Big Four conference he
forgot all legalism and, despite the fact that the
conferees' objective was limited by the terms of
the Council's instructions to finding a solution
"with a view to implementing" the Assembly's
decision, he suddenly injected the "conciliation"
issue even though he had no legal authority to
do so. Since Mr. Austin's position must of necessi-
ty reflect Administration instructions, it follows
that Mr. Truman must bear the consequences of
the lurching tragedy in the Holy Land.
The issue is simple. Our delegation to the
General Assembly fought for partitionand it
could not have done so if the Administration were
not behind it. Our delegation rose and met all
Arab challenges both with regard to the justice
and legality of the partition proposal. In his irst
talk before the Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine,
our delegate Herschel Johnson even spoke of an
international constabulary. But as the time grew
closer for the realization of the Jewish dream
something snapped in Washington. And when
Austin made his amazing statement it became
evident the Administration had fallen under the
"persuasive" arguments of the oil-boys. Now
Washington is dilly-dallying.
Mr. Marshall and Mr. Truman are giving
evidence of being disturbed over the world situa-
tion. They give mouth-service to the United Na-
tions as the sole instrument for world peace and
survival. But when the very fate of the inter-
national organization is threatened by the Pales-
tine issue they cssume not only an attitude of
indifference but one which lends itself to but one
Interpretationcomtempt for world conscience.
For it is clearlet the Arabs upset the As-
sembly's decision and a preceden. has been set
for other nations to tell the UN to go to hell when-
ever they disagree with its rulings. The time is
rapidly drawing close when Great Britain is to
relinquish her Palestine mandate and, though the
international body has been grappling with the
problem for months now, there is no indication
that the would-be-shapers of world destiny are to
PURIM MEGILLAH WEDNESDAY
summon the moral courage essential to the solu-
tion of the Palestine problem.
For let there be no mistake. If the United
Nations fails to take the proper action to ef-
fectuate the decision reached by its General As-
sembly it will have admitted moral bankruptcy
at the most crucial point in its young but turbulent
history.
It seems to us. as has been well said edi-
torially by the New York Herald-Tribune, that
"the only hope for an even reasonably satis-
factory outcomefrom the point of view of the
United Nations, of world peace, of national policy
and of Palestine itselflies in a strong declara-
tion by the Security Council that partition must
be enforced, and in prompt stops to organize an
international force capable of doing the job." If
the Security Council evades the issue as a result
of technicalities there will be great bloodshed in
Palestine, but the historical process which has
been set offthe establishment of a Jewish state
will not be altered.
A Sew Twist
The latest twist to raise money is the o
being used by the Cenertal Association for th!
support of Yeshivoth, with headquarters in Ne
York. In February a group of businessmen and
educators announced the opening of a koshe
non-profit wine enterprise, the proceeds to go \a
the support of all Yeshiva Schools in America
The businessmen put up the capital to operate
the venture, staling that by supplementing the
present income through this means they can in.
sure the financial security of the Jewish Educa-
tional Institutions. Particular emphasis is placed
at this time on the sale of Passover Wine of a
winery whose output has been taken over by
the non-profit group.
This is only the beginning. The directors
state that new sources of revenue will be created
It is hoped, they say, that over a period of years
the funds to be turned over from Kosher business
projects will greatly augment their present in-
come and will enable the Yeshivoth to develop
and grow to even greater heights.
Why, at one time our own Federation was
on the verge of buying an office building and
going into business.
Seeing is ttelieving
Seeing is believing. We were present to wit-
ness one of two performances given by the recent-
ly organized Jewish Music Council. It was sur-
prising to see the overflowing atttendance at the
Miami performance of the program, staged to
mark the observance of Jewish Music Month. It
is not unusual to have a capacity audience at
any free functtion on Miami Beach, therefore our
surprise.
It was stimulating to witness the attentiveness
paid the artists. Though the heat was stifling and
the accoustics poor, the receptiveness of those
present scored a bullseye for the Music Council.
It also recorded a forward step in the cultural
maturity of the community, for the content of the
program was of high quality.
We Wonder
Regina Resnik, the Metropolitan star, who
has achieved high popularity for her operatic
ability, added immeasurably in insuring the suc-
cess of the local presentations of the Miami Opera
Guild. The Miami Guild, by the way, ranks fourth
in the United States. The comment at this time
is directed to our "friends" of the "exclusive"
circle who wined and dined the star, a member
of the Jewish Faith. The reception was held at
the swanky and restricted Surf Club. Ft. Lauder-
dale "society" likewise entertained Miss Resnick
at a restricted club. We wonder whether these
places are fit for further use now that they have
been "violated."
Aged Auxiliary
Of Miami Holds
Purim Festival
Gala Festival and Purim ball
1 on ill Conduct
Zionist Meeting
Zionist youth will take
the program of the next monthly
meeting of Miami Beach Zionist
district. Tuesday, 8:15 at the Mi-
sponsored by the- Miami Ladies | ami Beach Jewish Community
auxiliary to the Jewish Home for center.
the Aged will be held Saturday Young Judoeans will present a
night in the Grossinger Pancoast song festival which they recentlj
hotel, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami conducted under the direction of
Beach, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Junior
President Mrs. Samuel Beck
has announced that Mrs. Isidor
Cohen and Mrs. Joe Zalis are
Fluorine Salts Subject
Of Dental Broadcast
The i xpanding role of
'urbing dental de-
cay among children will be
dramatized on the National
Broad pany net
: y." to be
NBC radio sta-
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20th. The- local outlet will be
Ha;'asrah and Masada have plan- radio station WIOD.
ned a Chalutziut play inter-
spersed with Palestinian folk
chairman and co-chairman of the dancing and singing. A thirty-
affair. A surprise floor show has minute forum on the topic -Youth
been planned for the entertain-
ment.
Mrs. Herman Stein, social and
welfare worker from Cleveland,
will assist the women with the
evening's affair and address the
gathering. The winter resident
who reportedly belongs to every
important Jewish organization in
her home town, has among her
major activities the Othodox Old
Home, the Orthodox Jewish Chil-
dren's Home, the American Jew-
ish Congress, Hadassah, Zionist
society and the Jewish Center
of Cleveland. She will remain
here until April 14.
Members of the Miami auxiliary
on the committee for tomorrow's
ball Include: Mrs. Lawrence Beck,
Mrs. Murray Beck, Mrs. Sidney
Boeninger, Mrs. Sid Covner, Mrs.
Sam Geltner, Mrs. Irving Hirsch,
Mrs. Cecelia Kasov, Mrs. Nat
Katz, Mrs. David Pottash, Mrs.
Harry Shargaa.
Views the Present Crisis" will be
conducted by Junior Hadassah.
Masada and IZFA.
Mendel N. Fisher, executive di-
rector of the Jewish National fund
of America, will present Golden
Book certificates to directors who
have distinguished themselves by-
service to the cause of the or-
ganization. Those to be reward-
ed are: Dr. David S. Andron, Jack
Burris, Bertram Miller, Seymour
Rubin, Harold Shapiro and Ed-
ward Singer.
This p: igram nsored
in Medical
American
I '
It will include a report
by Dr. Lon W, M rrey i
in-chief of the Journal of the
American Dental A tion, of
the recent advances madi
dental so n the use of
fluoride salts as a weapon against
Which strikes ap-
ach 100 Amer-
icans.
Dr. Herbert I Hendricks, pres-
ident of the Miami Dental So-
ciety urges that parents listen to
the program.
I oiijii-i-ss Women
Receive Dr. Wise
Greater Miami Chapters of
Florida Women's Division. Amer-
ican Jewish Congress honored
Dr. Stephen Wise, president of
the World Jewish Congress, and
his daughter Judge Justin Wise
with a reception in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom yesterday after-
noon.
Louis Glasrer. president
of the division, presented Dr.
Wise to the assembled congress
members. Rabbi Leon Kronish de-
livered the invocation and Cantor
Samuel Kflemor rendered sev-
eral selections accompanied by
Joseph Schreibman. Mrs. Lewi-:
Julien was in charge of the pro-
gram.
Clarence Cohen, president
of the Miami Beach chapter, and
Mis. Sidney St^pkin, president.
Miami, were assisted in honoring
new members and serving re-
lents by tieir officers and
board members.
Miami Orthodox Plans
Purim Festivities
The festival of Purim will be
ushered in Wednesday evening
at Miami Jewish Orthodox con-
gregation with the reading of the
Megillah at 7 p.m. Rabbi Murray
Grauer will speak prior to the
reading of the Scroll of Esther.
Detroit Symphony
Under Karl Krueger. conductor,
the Detroit Symphony orchestra
will be presented by the Uni-
versity of Miami on Saturday.
April 3, at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami
Senior High school auditorium.
Tickets for the performance
may be obtained in the Symphony
office, room 204 of the main
campus administration building,
or at the downtown ticket office,
340 S.E. First St.
Beth David synagogue wUJ
hold a public seder April
the building. Information is di-
rected to the office of the con-
gregation. ^_____
Children will have their Purim
program at 4:30 p.m Refresh-
ments will be served to the stu-
dents by a Sisterhood commit-
tee.
.A.uSi>m r formal conclusion
of the Tractate of Mood of the
Babylonian Tjlrr.ud by the Chev-
ra Mishnayus of the congrega-
tion will take place Thursday at
6 p.m.
Purim Radio Program
u TJ)e Miami and Miami Beach
Ys" together with the Bureau
01 Jewish Education will present
a rjfteen minute u-orded broad-
cast on the Literary Significance
"t Purim over station WKAT
March 25th at 2:45 p.m., it was
announced by Herman Fried.
music director of the Beach "Y "
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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948
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PAGE FIVE
June Plans For
>|iss Bernstein
A June wedding is planned by
Miss Gloria Elaine Bernstein and
Louis Lawrence Berger, Jr.,
whose engagement was announc-
,.,l Bt a dinner party in the Savoy
plaza in New York Sunday.
r
Gloria Elaine Bernstein
Miss Bernstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Karl Bernstein of 2543
Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, at-
tended the University of Wis-
consin and was graduated from
the University of Miami. She is
i number of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Berger is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis L. Berger, Buf-
falo, N. Y. A graduate of Nickols
schools in Buffalo and Brown un-
iversity, he is a member of Pi
Limbda Phi.
Temple Ladies Entertain
Miss Helen Strauss
National director of the House
of Living Judaism projects for
Temple Sisterhoods, Miss Helen
L. Strauss of New York, will be
entertained here on Monday,
March 29, with a luncheon at
Huylers' restaurant by the ex-
ecutive board of Temple Israel
Sisterhood.
Visiting Miami to interest Sis-
terhood members in the work of
providing headquarters and a cul-
tural center for the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and its affiliates, Miss Strauss is
also scheduled to appear before
the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood.
Sisterhood members interested
in House of Living Judaism work
may also attend the luncheon.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Stella Hantman, 3-0563, or
Mrs. Henry Hirsch, 48-4269.
Both present members of the
board and the nominees for next
years board to be announced this
month are being invited to attend
the luncheon. Members of the
nominating committee are Mrs.
Monte Selig, chairman, Mrs. Wil-
liam D. Singer, Mrs. Max Holtz-
berg, Mrs. Ada E. Joseph, and
Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter.
Miss Weintrub
Engagement Told
Miss Betty Ann Weintrub will
become Mrs. Erwin Barrett Mar-
shall on April 4, according to
announcement by her mother,
Mrs. Harry Weintrub of 1059
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Mar-
shall is the son of Mrs. Frieda
Cramer, Amsterdam, N. Y.
Miss Heyman, Kaplan
Reveal Betrothal
Announcement has been made
of the betrothal of two University
of Miami students, Miss Roberta
Mae (Bobbie) Heyman and Her-
bert H. Kaplan, by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. David Heyman of
1669 West Ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Heyman, a graduate of
Miss Ratner. Singer
Plan May Wedding
Mr. ;;nd Mrs. Michael Ratner
of 820 Michigan Ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Hilda, to Ralph Singer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Singer,
Tl!ii Lenox Ave., all of Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is to unite
the couple May 9 in Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach.
Miss Ratner, a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High school, attended
Pennsylvania State College. She
is currently affiliated with the
office of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
A veteran of 5 years with the
navy, the prospective bridegroom
I as a chief petty officer in
the Pacific theater of war. He
attended schools in New York.
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First Dance Held
In New Y Bldg.
First inaugural dance in the
new Miami "Y" building will be
held on Saturday night, April
10, at 8 o'clock, according to Sam
Seitlin, chairman of the social
committee of the YM-YWHA.
There will be continuous dancing
as two orchestras are to furnish
the music. Rumba, waltz and
other dancing contests will be
held and prizes awarded.
The following are serving on
the committee with Mr. Seitlin:
I. Robert Bergens, Mildred Berk-
owitz, Nat Blumberg, Esther
Cohen, Harvey Dwoskin, Mrs.
Harvey Dwoskin, Milton Fried-
man, Leonora Jackson, Mrs. Ben
Markowitz, Dorothy M. Marx,
Mrs. S. B. Miller, S. B. Miller,
Hy Oren, George Rachlin, Her-
bert Rubin, Louis Seitlin, George
Wolpert, Mrs. J. F. Weinstein.
Iladassah Donor
Lunch Aids HMO
Miami Group of Hadassah will
hold their first ten dollar donor
luncheon on Wednesday, March
31, at the Martinique hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Mrs. H. C. Moser,
chairman, Mrs. J M. Fishman.
co-chairman, and their commit-
tee are urging all members and
their friends to attend. Proceeds
will go to the Hadassah Medical
Organization in Palestine.
Mrs. David Greenberg of New
York City, and member of the
National Board of Hadassah, who
has just returned from Palestine,
will be the principal speaker.
Sara Bracken Carney, violinist,
accompanied by her husband,
Harry Carney, will be guest solo-
ist. Mr. and Mrs. Carney are
both members of the University
of Miami Symphony.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs, Albert Ladd, 48-5548
and Mrs. Fred Ochs, 3-3238.
LEGAL NOTICE
Betty Ann Weintrub
The bride-elect was graduated
from Miami Beach High school
and attended the University of
Miami. She is vice president-
elect of the Rose chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, advisor to the
Winx and Dora August chapters
of B'nai B'rith Girls, and is a
secretary of the 5th district, B'nai
B'rith Women.
Marshall i-. at present a stu-
dent at the university. He served
two and a half years with the
U.S. Marine Corps in the Phillip-
pines and China.
is
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIKIUOI'.Y OIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to enwige in
business under tho fictitious name of
MEL.VIN TKXTILE8 at 438 N. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Moriila. intends to
reslst.-i said name with the Clerk of
Hi.. Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. .
David Blaleck, Inc., a
Florida corporation.
AMDS BICNJA.MIN
Attorney for David Bialeck, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
Miss Roberta Heyman
Miami Beach High school,
majoring in English at the uni-
versity where she is a junior.
The bride-elect is a member of
the Miami Beach unit of Junior
Hadassah.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Kaplan, 636 Tenth St., Miami
Beach, Kaplan attended New
York schools and served in the
Army for two and one-half years.
He is now a seniors at the uni-
versity and a member of the
honorary pre-medical club there.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Dancing Lessons Given
Junior High Students
A new project for boys and
girls of junior high school age
has been inaugurated for Mon-
day nights at the Miami "Y." In-
structions are given the children
in all types of modern ballroom
dancing as well as old fashioned
folk dancing.
The class was started and or-
ganized by Miss Ruth Rosenheim.
student at the Ohio State School
of Cocial Work, at Columbus
Ohio, who has just completed her
field work with the Miami "Y."
Children of junior high school
age are invited to participate in
this program every Monday
night.
Coral Gables Center
Plans Purim Party
Coral Gables Jewish center is
holding a Purim party Saturday
evening, March 27 at the Coral
Gables Women's club. According
to an announcement by the chair-
man, Mrs. A. Edgar Miller, an
orchestra for dancing and re-
freshments have been planned.
Tickets for $2.00 may be pur-
chased at the door.
Next regular meeting of the
organization will be held Sunday.
April 4 at Hillel house, 3306
Ponce de Leon Blvd.
"Phases of the Inheritance
Tax Laws" will be the subject
of a talk by Albert Bernstein,
Miami attorney, when he ad-
dresses the members of the
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
luncheon club today, 12:15
p.m., in the Downtowner, Sey-
bold Arcade.
Miami B & P Women
A program in observance of
Jewish Music Month will high-
light the regular cultural meet-
ing of the Business and Profes-
sional Women's Division. Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. The group
will meet on Monday evening, at
8:30 p. m.at the Miami Y.
Miss Lillian Drexler is chair-
man of the arrangements com-
mittee.
The Sisterhood of the
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MONDAY EVENING.
MARCH 22nd, 1948, at 8 P.M.
at the Miami Beach High
School Auditorium
1410 Drexel Avenue
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at door to be used toward
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JACOB SCHACHTER PRESENTS
MAURICE SCHWARTZ
(Distinguished Director and Star of the Yiddish Art Theatre
of New York)
Accompanied by String Ensemble
In His World Renowned Characterization of
J. L. PeresSholem AleichemSholom AshI. J. Singer
J. D. BerkowitiJ. Pragerand others
with Music by
Joseph Rumshinsky Boris Cogan
An evening of
HUMOR SONG AND DRAMA
This will be Mr. Schwartz' one and only appearance
in Miami Beach
Tickets $2.50 $3.00
SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1948. 8:30 P. M.
Miami Beach High School Auditorium
Tickets on Sale at Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel, Collins Avenue
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raiDAY^ARCHia 1948
Center Purim Service
Followed By Carnival
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center will usher in the Purim
festival with a special Children's
Megillah Reading at 6:30 p.m.
Purim evening, Wednesday. Fol-
lowing the service the children
will go to the Miami Beach High
school gymnasium for a carnival
and masquerade beginning at 7
p.m.
The following Young Judaea
Clubs are participating and will
run booths at the carnival: Mac-
cabees, Yagour, Chalutzim, Beer-
sheba, Tel-Aviv, and Haganah.
B'nai B'rith Council Elects Officers;
North Shore Lodge Plans Program
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami will hold their annual
election pf officers at the next
regular meeting Monday. 8:15 p.
m. at the council offices, 330
Seybold Bldg.. it has been an-
nounced by C. R. Jacobson, ex-
ecutive secretary.
Scheduled for discussion will
be arrangements for the council
carnival set for May 23rd and
a greater Miami retention drive.
President Harold Turk will re-
Also running separate booths are j vjew the counci|-s accomplish-
the following groups affiliated
with the Jewish Center: Boy
Scouts (troop 65), Student Coun-
cil, Art Club, the Confirmation
class and the Junior Congrega-
tion Club.
Plans are being made for the
walls to be decked with gigantic
signs, pictures and other art
decorations, all created and paint-
ed by the children of the various
groups under the guidance of
Mrs. Helen Zuckerman.
Proceeds will go primarily to
the Youth Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Drive of
the Jewish Center.
All the children of the com-
munity are invited to attend.
ments in 1947 and Vice president
E. Albert Pallot and Mrs. H
Gordon will report on the cur-
rent fund-raising campaign.
Unveilings
Unveiling of a memorial to the
memory of the late Lina Sylvia
Behrmann, sister of Harry O.
Rabe of the Miami Paper and
Leather Co., will take place Sun-
day at 2 p.m. in the Jewish Sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park cemetery.
Colman A. Zwitman will offici-
ate.
A monument to the memory of
the late Israel Zuckerman of 615
S.W. 23rd Ave. will be unveiled
Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Nebo
cemetery. Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky officiating.
Arrangements for both services
are in charge of Sidney H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
Co. Friends and relatives are re-
quested to attend.
>ru
ow^
North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will elect a permanent
slate of officers at their next reg-
ular meeting Monday 8 p.m., in
the office of Leo Solomon. 920
Everglades Concourse, Normandy
Isle. Miami Beach.
According to A. J. Kaplan,
temporary president, the new
B'nai B'rith group with a mem-
bership exceeding 50 Normandy
Isle residents, will announce com-
munity service programs for the
spring and summer at this meet-
ing.
The group has appointed Lou
Sherman to head the membership
committee assisted by Dr. B. G.
Pollock. A temporary program
committee has been chosen
sisting of Sol Herman. Sam
Cooper and Malcolm F::
Men interested in joining the
Beach service organization as a
charter member may contact
Lewis Safft, secretary, at 916
Everglades Concourse. 6-3897.
the psychology department at the
University of Miami, will address
roup on Psychology and the
World We Live In." Dr. Slater
is ,-cheduled to explain thi
ments I modern psych ilogy
in meeting problems of everyday
life.
Sidney Lewis, forum chairman,
announced that the affair is open
public and that a qu.
and answer period will I
the principal add:'
Rabbi Albert Michels. director
of the Hillel Foundation, will in-
< the speaker of the eve-
ning.
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Seven B'nai B'rith girls' groups
will participate in the second an-
nual debate tournament spon-
sored by the Rose Chapter. B'nai
B'rith women, with preliminaries
scheduled for March 30 at 8
p.m., at the Miami Beach YMHA.
Topic of the debate is 'Re-
solved: That American Youth of
Today Is Not Doing Its Part to
Keep World Peace." A bronze
plaque will be awarded to the
winning group and individua
prizes will be given to the win-
ning team.
Chairman of the debate. Miss
Betty Ann Weintrub of Rose
Chapter, announced that promi-
nent Miami Beach civic leaders
and educators will officiate as
judges. Finals have been sched-
uled for April 6th. Tuesday at
p.m. at the Miami Beach Y.
Mrs. Leo Solomon has been
,1 temporary president of
the newly organized North Shore
Chapter of B'nai B'rith v
,,t tl eting last week.
Mrs-. Irving Becker, past presi-
dent "t District > B'nai B'rith
Women, and a vice president of
D 't 5. addressed the group
m "A Woman's Work in B'nai
B'rith."
Other temporary officers elect-
ed were: Mrs Malcolm First.
vice president; Mrs. Stanley
Phillips treasurer: Mrs. Lewis
i >: responding secretary;
Mrs. L. Shiffman. recording sec-
retary.
North Shore Lodge men and
women's chapter have scheduled
meetings for the first and third
Mondays at Temple Beth Sholom.
Miami Beach.
Former Teacher Seeks
Hebrew Students
Hyman Heiman, a resident of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
for the last 8 months, is seeking
to gather a group of children
who wish to study Hebrew.
A former Hebrew teacher here
and in New York. Heiman is
offering his services free of
Books are also to be pro-
vided for his pupils.
Information is directed to the
office of the Home.
Hypnotist Entertains
Miami Emanon Club
Professor Polgap. hypnotist,
who recently appeared at various
hotels in the New York moun-
tains, will entertain members of
the Emanon club of the Miami
Y.M & WHA following their reg-
ular business meeting Wednes-
day The meeting takes place at
the V at 8:15 p.m.. Samuel Krat-
ish presiding.
All > included in the program
will be a humorous presentation
, of Shakespeare's "King Lear," en-
acted by the Moscow Theater
Group, headed by Nat Etkins and
Rutansky, social co-chair-
men.
A picnic is being planned by
tlie club for this Sunday in the
log cabin at Creynolds park. An
extensive athletic program has
been p'-inned by Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Satin. p?t-together cnair-
m.:i Members have been re-
<1 to meet at 10 am. at the
Miami Y, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. for
transportation.
Emanon club is a social organ-
ization for young men and women
over 21 Meetings are held the
second and fourth Wednesdays of
the mont'i at the Y.
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'Jenisf)fhrkBMl
PAGE SEVEN
Pernicious Piece, Says Congress Weekly
The following letter appeared
in a recent issue of the Con-
gress Weekly, official publica-
tion of the American Jewish
Congress.
Mr. Henry Luce
Life Magazine
9 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, N. Y.
Dear Mr. Luce:
During your career as a pub-
lisher, you have gained fame and
prestige. You may now add to
your laurels the distinction of
having published one of the most
pernicious pieces yet to appear
in a reputable journal in this
country. We refer to the editorial
in the current issue of Life for
February 16, on "The Palestine
Problem." in which you add the
not inconsiderable skill of your
propagandists and the vast cir-
culation of your magazine to those
in and out of the State Depart-
ment working so feverishly to
annul the UN decision on Pales-
tine.
You have managed to throw
into that editorial all the shib-
boleths that have always been
the stock-in-trade of those who
oppose any Jewish development
of Palestine, let alone the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State. You
declare that the partition decision
has very few real friends and
that even the Zionists are luke-
warm about it. You insinuate the
fear that the present situation is
going to provide the Soviet Union
with the opportunity for moving
in on the Middle East. You have
a disarmingly simple analysis of
the whole problem. On the one
hand, Ibn Saud's oil is vital to
our military strength and the
Marshall Plan; American inter-
ests therefore dictate that we do
nothing to displease him. On the
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other, all presidential candidates,
including Mr. Truman, are afraid
of the Zionists and the "Jewish
vote." But, as you correctly point
out, there is no such thing as a
"Jewish vote." And, in any event
you claim that the Zionists really
represent only a very limited
group. "Our politicians would be
really stupid," you therefore ar-
gue, "to conclude that U. S. Jews
want them to gamble with our
national interest, peace and the
fate of Middle Eastern and world
Jewry to please the Jewish
Agency."
Your policy is thus very simple.
Since no one likes partition any-
way, and since American Jews
would not want to gamble with
Ibn Saud's oil simply to please
the Agency and a handful of
"pathetically desperate Zionists,"
let's forget the whole business.
Pass the Stratton Bill so that the
plight of Jewish refugee can't be
used as "propaganda material."
Take the Palestine issue out of
politics. Let it be handled ex-
clusively by the State Department
which can work out "details of
policy from jts full knowledge of
the Middle East." And let us ap-
peal to the moderate Arabs and
the "handful of moderate Jews
of Palestine" to get together.
Mr. Luce, you are either ignor-
ant or intellectually dishonest.
And if you read your own pub-
lications, as we are certain you
do you cannot be ignorant. You
know as well as we do that the
partition decision itself repre-
sented a compromise in which
the Jews gave up a good deal of
their traditional and just needs
and demands. Despite this fact,
the decision has been eagerly ac-
cepted by the overwhelming ma-
jority of Jews throughout the
world, and not a single important
or influential Jewish voice has
been raised against it. You cannot
cite a shred or tittle of evidence
to support your belief that Ibn
Saud is prepared to sacrifice tens
of millions of good American
dollars every year in order to
play the Mufti's game. You know
full well that the Arab world
even when rewarded in 1939 by
the White Paper, lent its support
to Hitler and the Nazis during
the war. If you had any respect
for history and fact, you would
know that Jewish aspirations for
a Homeland long antedate the
refugee problem. The plight of
hundreds of thousands of Jews
simply underscores the urgency
of the problem of building the
Jewish State; it does not explain
its need. Elmo Roper's poll two
years ago told you that more than
80'/, of American Jews support
the establishment of a Jewish
State; and the percentage is prob-
ably closer to 95% today. Your
talk about the moderates in both
camps is a real joke. The Pales-
tine Arabs have been so terror-
ized by the Mufti's agents that
not a single one will dare show
himself. And the Jewish moder-
ates are represented by the Jew-
ish Agency, which you so pa-
tronizingly dismiss as "pathetical-
ly desperate Zionists" with 'spe-
cial interests," because none but
moderates would have so eager-
ly and wholeheartedly accepted
the compromise partition decision.
By far your most reprehensible
assertion, however, is your sug-
gestion that American support of
a Jewish State is due wholly to
fear of a "Jewish vote" and your
implication that support of the
UN decision by American Jews
would be a betrayal of American
interests in order to "please the
Agency." Two thousand years of
history, justice, morality and
desperate need went into the
making of the UN's historic de-
cision. If political pressure had
to be enlisted in support of jus-
tice, you can claim a good deal
of credit. For you, as much as
anyone, have tried to tell Ameri-
cans that our policies need not
be based on morality, justice or
principle but on the most crass
and vulgar considerations of im-
perialism.
And a word as to "American
interests." Some years ago, Mr.
Luce, you advanced the concep-
tion of the "American Century."
The years have made it clear and
your latest editorial further con-
firms the fact, that your "Cen-
tury" would be one in which
America would ally itself with
fascist regimes and feudal things
throughout the world, in which
our influence would be used to
bolster medievalism and reaction
wherever they exist. Your "Cen-
tury" would nave America sacri-
fice justice to the threats of
brigands, and the lives of tens
of thousands to the blind pre-
judices of State Department of-
ficials. Your "Century" would
drown the United Nations and
our hope of world peace in a sea
of oil, which we can. have any-
way.
We believe, Mr. Luce, that the
people of America do not want
that kind of "Century." That is
not their conception of our na-
tional interest. Those millions of
Americans, Jews and non-Jews
alike, who are demanding that
the United States take the lead
in upholding the UN decision on
Palestineand not you, Mr. Luce
are acting in accord with our
national interest. They believe,
with the scores of distinguished
Americans who have studied the
problem, that our national in-
terest demands that we help
create a Jewish State in Palestine
which can bring prosperity, en-
lightenment and democracy to
the Middle East. They believe that
our interest calls for us to join
with the progressive and demo-
cratic forces in that area rather
than with the fascist and feudal
autocracies of the Arab League.
They believe that our national
interests dictate that our policies
be based on justice and a respect
for international authority.
Your "Century," however, is
already accomplishing one thing.
Americans begin to lose their
faith in one of our most cherished
democratic institutionsthe free
presswhen so powerful a pub-
lisher as yourself blatantly uses
falsehood and distortion to serve
his ownor even the State De-
partment's prejudice. History
will remember you, as it remem-
bers other powerful propagandists
who undermined democratic in-
stitutions and ideals.
The Editors,
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Annual HIAS concert will be
held in the auditorium of Miami
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Louis Miller of Miami Beach will
be hosts for the affair which is
sponsored by the HIAS People's
Tourist committee of Greater Mi-
ami.
Anna Grossberg, Polish actress,
vocalist and comedian who has
appeared in Yiddish theaters
throughout the country, will be
the star of the program. accord-
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chairman. Joseph L. Toper.
Other artists included on the
program are Michel Rosenberg,
popular Jewish comedian current-
ly seen at the Little Roumania;
Jan Bart nationally known tenor;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, and the Jewish Folk
chorus of Greater Miami, under
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Anyuta Melicov is to be the ac-
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national HIAS organization.
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convalescing following her recent illness dunng which she was
confined to the hospital.
Rev and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, parents of Rabbi Max
Shapiro a^e spending some time here. They are guests at the
Helene hotel. Miami Beach.
* *
A son, Robert Saul, was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Bver of 2131 S.W. 24th Ter.
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Mrs. Sarah Rebecca Smulin has had her son, Raphael L.
Smulin and his bride as her house guests. The newly weds, who
have just recently completed their training at a Chalufc iarm
in Creamridge. N. J.. have taken a trip to Los Angeles after
which they are to settle in Seagate, Brooklyn.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Friedman of 1235 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach, announce the birth of their son, Howard Daniel.
* + *
Miss Millie Smolar and M. Smolar, sister and brother of
Boris Smolar, managing editor of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, and Mrs. David Zacher. sister of Mrs. Sarah Smulin,
are visiting Mrs. Smulin at her home, 1348 S.W. 2nd St.
* *
Mrs. Clara DeKoven, wife of the late Dr. Bernard DeKoven,
is leaving Sunday for Chicago to attend the wedding of her
granddaughter, Lois, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward De-
Koven, to Edward Ritholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritholz-
of that city.
* +
In honor of their 46th wedding anniversary, a paTty was
given for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millman of 400 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach, Monday by their landlords, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Lifschitz. Approximately 50 couples were in attendance.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Epstein of 4765 N. Bay Rd., Miami
Beach, have a new daughter, Deborah Perri.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green of Miami Beach celebrated
their silver wedding anniversary last Thursday with a dinner
at the Robert Richter hotel. Announcement of the engagement
of their son, Melvin, to Rosemary Harris, was made at that time.
Out-of-town guests here for the double occasion included Mrs.
Green's mother, Mrs. Eva Stern of Newark, N. J.; Mr. Green's
sister, Mrs. Rose Abramson, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mar-
covici, all of Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Adelman of
Louisville, Ky.
1 allows Olebrate 25th Anniv
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Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Mrs. Sarah
Pavlow, wife of Dave Pavlow and
mother of Maurice Pavlow and
Mrs. Paul Barnett, all of Miami,
will take place Sunday, 3 p.m.,
at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi
Max Shapiro will officiate.
Harry Gordon of Gordon Mon-
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arrangements. Friends and rela-
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Chairmen of the affair are Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel August and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Laufer. They
will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. Edward Merlin, tickets; Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel, con-
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costun.es; Mr. and Mrs. Hany
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received by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanow Sunday evening at their
silver anniversary celebration in Miami Beach. A dinner party
was given for the couple by the management of the Strathaven
hotel.
Dr. Stephen F. Wise tent his personal greetings through Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom who praised the work that
Mrs. Yanow has done as a community worker.
Mrs. Yanow. chairman of the Child Rescue Fund of the Pio-
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Her grandfather, Zvi Taxin. author of Jewish literature, has
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They have two children, a married son and a daughter who
is attending the Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach.
Appearance of Mrs. Esther Yanow of New York, mother of
Joseph Yanow, was planned by Mrs. Yanow as an anniversary
surprise for her husband. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Lechner. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooperman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Sachs. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Taxin. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1948
*Jenisfi Florid fan
PAGE NINI
Mendel Fisher, JNF Director
To Address Community Sunday
at ih;. Miami Beach Jewish Com-
Harold Shapiro Chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council, announced
that plans hav
been completed]
for a number o
important con-
ferences and
public meetings!
to be addressed^
by Mendel N.
Fisher of Ne
York, national'
executive direc-
tor of the Jew-
munlty Center and will present
the Golden Rook Certificates to a
number of Zionists who are to be
honored by the district. I. Gold-
berg is JNF chairman for the
district.
Fisher
that plans have been completed
"Aladdin's Lamp'
n Puppet Show
Magic and merriment will
reign for young eyes and ears
when the YM & WHA Puppet
arrive in Miami Beach today, j Troupe gives a performance of
Fisher, who is prominent in the "Aladdin and the Wonderful
national administration of the Lamp" at the Miami Beach Y
Zionist Organization of America, i 1536 Bay Road, today at 3:45
p.m.
A special stage has been pur-
chased from the University of
Miami for the occasion, and the
"Y" is arranging to have this as
one of their regular program ac-
tivities for children who wish to
is a member of the World Zionist
Actions Committee, and is the
executive head of the JNF, the
land purchasing agency of the
Zionist movement.
The visitor will confer with
members of the Jewish National | Participate in puppetry.
Fund Council in executive ses- PuPPrtccrs are Eugene Yulish,
sion and will address a Commun-
ity Conference on Sunday eve-
ning, March 21st, at 8 p.m. at the
Hebrew Academy, 6th St. and arss,sl m workin thc Puppets, and
wfrc Av Th nvvM,t;,> c_ Jo>'ce Bruckner, Shirley Usdon-
director who also costumes and
works the puppets; Faith Alex-
ander and Marilyn Midnick who
Jefferson Ave. The executive ses-
sion on Saturday evening is at
the home of Sam Prosterman.
4427 Royal Palm Ave.
Sunday's program will begin
with an invocation by Rabbi Leon
Kronish and the benediction will
be given by Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Prosterman will present
a report of the year's work of
the JNF Council, and Harold
Shapiro, newly-elected chairman
of the council, will be installed.
Fisher is to outline in detail
the achievements of the Jewish
National Fund in Palestine and
the still greater program for land
redemption as charted by the
Keren Kayemeth Headquarters in
Jerusalem, to acquire the land
for the Jewish State.
The general public is invited
to the gathering at the Hebrew
Academy in order to hear first-
hand information on the land pro-
gram of the Jewish State.
Fisher will also participate in
the public meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District to be held
Tuesday evening, March 23rd
rley
sky and Carol Washc-r. who do
the vocal work.
A repeat performance w;ll be
given by the troupe in Beth David
auditorium on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Funds raised that day will be
turned ovor to United Jewish
Appeal to help those children in
Europe who need food and cloth-
ing.
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Coral Gables
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Purim will be celebrated by
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carnival to be held this Sunday.
March 21st. The teen age counci
of the "Y" which is sponsoring
the affair, has invited all teen-
agers, their friends and parents
to celebrate with them. Festiva'
will start at 12 noon with games
iif various sorts designed to com-
memorate the occasion of Purim.
At 8:30 a Queen Esther corona-
tion ball will be held.
Bob Sommerstein is president
of the Teen Age Council. Ar-
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charge of Lila Gross, Carol Solo-
mon, Shirley Neilinger, Nancy
Schechter, Eleanor Goodman,
Rachel Habib, Stephen Kobley
and Bruce Marger.
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awarded the national membership
certificate and medal for out-
standing member enrollment ac-
tivities in Coral Gables. He is
the first to receive such a ward
in the greater Miami area.
Spiegel, a jeweler, was form-
erly a rare coin dealer and is a
member of the Numismatic As-
sociation. He is a cub master in
the Boy Scouts and a member
of the Temple Israel's Men's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Spiegel and their
children, Lorraine, 15, and Robert,
9, reside at 23 Oviedo Ave. in
the Gables.
Other officers elected are: vice
pres., Jerome Adelman; rec. sec.
Edward Wolf; corr. sec, Alvin
Corenblum; fin. sec. Sidney
Richman; treas., Lewis Pomer-
antz; warden, Milton Klein;
guardian, Jerome Poncher; mon-
itor, Dr. Leonard Glickstein; trus-
tee (1 yr.), Eugene Seidler; trus-
tees (2 yrs.). Rabbi Albert Mi-
chels and Bernard Hoffman.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 19 i948

"
Political Roundup -
Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
Comptroller C. M. Gay, seeking of Cleveland. Sibley and Davis.
return to the May Democratic
primaries to a full four year term
in office, has urged every eligi-
ble citizen of Florida to register
as a voter, and to exercise his
franchise as a patriotic duty.
Comptroller Gay is seeking re-
turn to the high office he now
holds, basing his campaign on the
efficient administration of state
affairs as evidenced by the sav-
ings to Florida taxpayers of many
hundreds of thousands of dollars
by prompt payment and discount-
ing of state bills.
Attorney Albert M. Lehrman.
treasurer of the Miami Beach Bar
assn.. will head Davis' campaign
for the Miami Beach division.
R. A. Gray, for eighteen years
Florida's secretary of state, has
qualified for another term,
Along with his responsibility as
secretary of state of keeping
ly the state's records, including
the legislative acts, and guberna-
torial orders. Gray admin
the corporation and el<
and is a member of twelve
beard. Among these b ards arc
Rep. R. B. Gautier is seeking a the Budget Commissi >n, B >ard ol
f state Institu-
te same office are L. H. DeWees,
\22\i Palermo Ave and H. O.
Rubert, (>ll Camileave, both of
Coral Cables.
seat in the Senate to succeed Sen.
D. C. Coleman who is not running
for election. He is completing his
second term as a representative.
Immediately after iiis first term.
Gautier joined the navy to become
a navy pilot. He resumed his law
the war and was
re-elected to his former post.
The candidate plans to renew
his fight, launched in the 194"
session, for a slate "tax commis-
sion to equalize and make uni-
form tax assessment and collec-
tion throughout Florida. He also
Is for Miami-Dade County
:..- dictation and the establish-
ment of a state medical and den-
tal college in Dade county.
ng his Miami Beach
campaign will be Attorney Daniel
G. Satin, A veteran of World War
11. Satin is active in civic and
rnal work in the community.
Commissioners o
tions, State Board of Conserva-
tion, State Board of Ed in
Pardon Board, Textbook Purchas-
ing Board and State Advertising
Commission.
Gray taught school for six
years in Gadsden county, w i
a time principal of the Havana
High school; edited or man
newspapers in Tal Live
Oak and Havana, and
a member of the house
sentatives from Gadsden county
in 1911.
He has been nominated and
eiccted without opposition for
four full terms of four yi
James Abras is a candidate for
the legislature from Group II on
the Democratic ticket.
Republican candidates
Edelmiro F. Garcia. M. Duncan
Held, and Walter Patters in
Stewart
Association, of which he was
president in 1938-39, Bailey has
been Mip.rvi.-mg principal of pub-
Uc schools of Tampa. Ocala and
DcFumak Springs. He has been
located in West Florida, in Cen-
tral Florida, and in the lower
v ,c t ol South Florida, in
addition to serving the profession
in various state-wide capacities.
He is a past president in Kiwanis
and a past master. Masonic Lodge,
and his name is listed in Who's
Who in American Education and
in Leaders in American Educa-
tion.
FASTRWEF
:. even
200 s in the 67 Florid;
counties has been announced by
:-. G. (Ecii Fraser, candidate
( thi state compti illership, to
which he was elected in 1946. but
from which he .v..
lity.
young Bake: County nurs-
eryman will close his re-election
th an address in M
night befi i j i pri-
in V. Ferguson of Coral
Gables is a car.
from this district
Group I.
; :r in Kentucky, Ferg
came to Miami when hi
s old, He is a graduate of the
University of Alabama and Mi-
ami University law ccllegi
has served three years in the
navy. His law office is in the
duPont bldg.
Darrey Davis of 1255 S.W. 50th
Terr, is among the candidates who
filed for nomination to the legis-
lative house from Group one of
this district. A graduate of the
University of Florida. David has
been a resident of Miami for 33
years. He was secretary of the
Dade County Bar assn. last year
and is now secretary of the cir-
cuit court commission and chair-
man of the law library commit-
tee of the Miami Beach Bar assn.
He is a member of the law firm
N irman R. Lyons is one ol
the Democratic candidates for the
state legislature in Group No. 1,
Lyons became a resident of
Florida in 1931. He attended the
University of Miami and the Uni-
ty of Florida, from which he
graduated in 1936 with the de-
gree of L.L.B. He opened Ins own.
in 1938, in the Olympia
bldg.
In 1038. he W Miss
nh iuse. Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Lyons, parents oi N irman R.
Lyons, have been residents ol Mi-
ami Beach for some time past.
Sol Lyons is treasurer of the Mi-
ami Beach Workmen's Circle.
A member of the B'nai B'rith.
Miami Zionist District, and the
Young Men"? Hebrew A
L among hi ictivi-
I .' i :..::.
No. 223, F. & A. M.: the Elks.
Lodge No. 948, B.P.O.E.: Kn
jf Pythias. Bay Bisi.... ne I
No. 31. He is treasurer oi M
i Workmen's Circle.
te Attorney Glenn C. Min-
cer has qualified for re-election
to his position. A former legisla-
nd for many years an as-
sistant county solicitor. Mincer
was appointed State attorney in
1(145 to succeed Stanley Milledge
who moved up to the circuit
bench.
Mincer won in a preferential
primary in 1946 against Frank O
Spain for a short term expiring
this year. The short term was
due : adoption of a constitutional
amendment making the offices of
rney. cownty solicitor
and criminal court judge elective.
Will.am H. Green. Miami busi-
nessman, has been named to man-
Mincer's campaign. Green,
well known for his navy activi-
and between both world
retired with the rank of
captain. He is active in several
service organizations here.
In the race for ntative
from Group III is Gil Rvon, 1800
N.W. 92nd St.
Two Republicans candidates for
Thomas'D. Bailey, for 24 years
a Florida schoolman, has become
a candidate for state superintend-
ent of public instruction.
Lately secretary of public rela-
te ns for the Florida Education
Robert D. Dolley, active in the
inauguration of diversified co-
operative training for the schools
of Florida, has announced his
candidacy lor the office of state
superintendent of public instruc-
Dolley. who began his teaching
twenty-four years ago in
Duval county, has studied at the
University of Tennessee, Bradley
University. Colorado and 'Har-
vard. He became a state depart-
ment supervisor and director of
the University of Florida school
of trade and industrial education.
In the course of this work he di-
rected the training of more than
150.000 Floridians for work in
essential industries during the
war. Until he began this cam-
paign, he was employed by the
Dade county school board to di-
rect one of the largest technical
education programs in the South.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 19. 1948
Council Honors
Mrs. Roosevelt
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be
named "The Woman of the Year"
by the National Council of Jew-
ish Women for having made the
"most notahje contribution to
human welfare" during the past
year at a banquet on March 15
jn the Grand Ballroom of the
Hotel Plaza, New York City, it
was announced by Mrs. Joseph
\j. Welt of Detroit, national pres-
ident.
United States Supreme Court
Justice William O. Douglas; An-
drew W. Cordier, executive as-
sistant to the secretary general
of the United Nations, and Milton
n, Stewart, director of Research
ol the President's Committee on
Civil Rights, will speak at the
banquet, which will be presided
over by Judge Samuel I. Rosen-
man, special counsel to the late
President Roosevelt.
The award will cite Mrs. Roose-
velt's outstanding leadership in
the United Nations Commission
on Human Rights as a notable
contribution to the freedom of all
peoples: and her humanity in
championing the rights of minori-
ties, both in this country and
throughout the world.
Special recognition will also be
accorded Mrs. Roosevelt for set-
ting "an inspiring example of the
selfless devotion of women to the
betterment of manikind." Mrs.
Lawrence G. Anathan, of New
York City, was chairman of "The
Woman of the Year" award com-
mittee.
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Obituaries
MRS. BELLE LIPMAN FIELD
Age Gl, <>f 1868 Marseilles Dr, Nor-
"ll""l\ lle, Miami Beach, passed
piisswi away suddenly March 5 Resi-
dent here since 1928, she operated the
fi.'Mn Dren shop ., si:, in \Sl.
ror many years. Beloved mother ol
Joseph. Jr., and Stuntoii Field Ajso
leaves thro.- sisters, one of who,,, |a
Mrs. hdith Dhrenprela ol Miami
Services were held in the chapel ol
iiio Gordon Puneral home, Dr Jacob
H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, officiat-
ing. Hurlal In the family .....i ;,i
(raeeland cemetery.
SOUTHERN NUHSING &
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Alice Camus, Owner
"A Complete Placement Service"
226 W. Flagler Street
Phone 3-7392
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White or Colored
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Hilda Denman, Owner
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Phone 4-0632
ABRAHAM KOLBER
Alee ..... Passed away at the family
residence, 1244 Pennsylvania w.
March :.. Mr. Kolber came to the
Beach 12 years ago from Chicago,
Where he hud lie.-n encaged in the
grorery business. He Is survived by
his WldOW, Rose; two sons. Joseph
and Stanley; and two grandchildren
Joan Kllen and Clifford, at M2< S.W.
12th St. Services were conducted
March 8 in the Riverside Memorial
Chapel, ism Washington Ave. inter-
ment Is In Mount Nebo cemetery.
DOROTHY H. GOLOBERGErT"
Age 39, of 560 B.B. 5th St., Hlaleah.
Beloved wife of Sidney, devoted mo-
ther of Morton a. and Bernlce .1 .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Edward
Stahl of Miami. (Services were March
8. at The Miami Riverside. West
Fingier at 20th Ave. Interment Mount
Nebo cemetery.
ABRAHAM SOLOMON
A* is, of iiTi Bay Dr., Normandy
Isle, pass.,) away at his residence
March 5. 11.- was winter visitor from
Atlantic Beach, r*>ng Island, N. V.
He Is survived by his wife, Marlon:
1 son. Bey more; 2 daughters, Mrs,
Bdythe Kim- Miss Kaj Bolomnn.
Body was sent t) N. Y. C. for service"
and burial.
- P, in.. Rabbi Max Shapiro, officlat-
iiik. with burial i Woodlawn Me-
iiioi la] Park.
MRS. ANNA APOTOV
Agi 56, "f -li 2nd st Miami Beach,
passed away March 6. Services were
held March 8 in the Riverside Me-
morial chapel, 1226 Washington Ave
interment in mi Slnal cemetery. Sur-
vivors Include the husband, Joseph;
l so,, and i daughters.
SAMUEL KALER
Age 51, ..f 560 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, passed away suddenly Prldas
A resident here foi 22 years he was
co-owner with his brother, Morris, of
the Kaler Bros, Wholesale Produce
Co. H.' i.,i\es ins wife, Dora; two
sons. Irving K of Atlanta and Jack
of Miami Beach; two daughters, .Miss
Miriam Kaler and Mrs Shirley Dlftler,
both "f Miami ttea< h thi -
Birmingham, Ala. Funeral services
Mrs. Ben Silver. Mrs. Sadie Pont, both
services were held In the chapel ol
the Gordon Funeral Home Sunday at
SHIRLEY MATISOFF
Age 50, residing al 1495 N.W 44th
street, passed away last month
Allowing, an illness, she had been a
resident here for the past 10 years
coming from New fork City survived
>> her husband, Many; a son, Wll-
lam ol Brooklyn, N, Y and '
:.";"..rs. Many Barth of Pompano*
Ma... and Denny Barth of Miami
Services were held al Gordon Funeral
home chapel win, interment al \u
Slnal cemetery,
MRS. CLARA RAFF
Funeral services f..i Mrs. Clara Raff
age 69 of 1011 Jefferson Ave,, Miami
i..;i.h. who passed away in a local
Hospital last month, were held in the
Riverside Memorial chapel, 1236
Washington Ave., with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating, with Interment at
'.'alei Miami Jewish ,-,. I lie! e IV. .\|,s,
Kan came to the Greater Miami area
'.' VV."'" '""'" "'"' '"''' family from
Kej west. Survivors include: one son.
Moms, two daughters, Mrs jack
I.eai and Mrs j,. Segal; two bro-
ilers. Mm Goldenblank and Dave
uoldenblank; one sister, Mrs. .Morris
Rubin; ami two grandchildren, Oer-
liey Segal and Jackie Lear.
SAUL SINGER
Funeral services for Saul singer.
>.. who died las, month, were held
aj Riverside Memorial chapel, 12S6
Washington Ave. The body was sent
to New fork City for burial. Singer,
a visitor from Corpus Christie, Texas
died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Roslyn Finsi.in, .[7:,;, |.|m. Tree
;r other survivors Include his wife,
Esther; another daughter, Mrs. Hor-
I. use Ginsberg; and two wms, Her-
bert M. and l-Mwin.
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As a parting gift denoting soli-
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Palestinian women, the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women
has incribed the name of Yehu-
dith Simchonit into the JNF Gold-
en Book.
Yehudith Simchonit, the Pales-
tinian delegate to the American
Pioneer Women, has been in this
country for the past 10 months,
representing 75.000 women of the
Moatzath Hapoaloth (Council of
Working Women in Palestine).
She is presenting to American
Pioneer Women throughout the
major cities of the U.S. the status
of the women's role in the peo-
ple's resistance movement and
the rehabilitation of new im-
migrants.
Mrs. Simchonit will leave Sat-
urday from New York City for
her post and home in Palestine.
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Lauderdale Hears
Cantor Raab
Cantor Irving H. Raab. brother
of Rabbi David Raab of Fort
Lauderdale will be guest vocal-
ist at the regular Friday night
services this evening in Temple
Emanu-El.
knistfleridr&r
FRIDAY. MARCH 19. i948
Cantor Irving H. Raab
Cantor Raab. who has yiven
many conceits throughout the
country and South America re-
cently, was born in Palestine and
began his musical studies there.
He a'tended the Shulamith (' n-
servatory of Music in Tel-Aviv
and then continued his training
in New York.
Several concerts have been
planned for him in Fort Lauder-
dale, Hollywood and Miami, at
which the cantor will lender
liturgical and folk melodies and
the new Palestinian songs.
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AL MEIDENBERG, Owner
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HAULING
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W. A. DICKINSON
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Phones 2-4308 3-1658
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SERVICE
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses MescheloH;
Cantor Louis J. Feder.
Sabbath eve children', service at
- ,. m vault Friday evening Bervlcea
.tPE?45 Ckilna Prldaj i.l*ht forum
:'- ,;;m- hK JffwSSS
mornlni; aervlo.
l\ 8 30 Rabbi trill epeah on th.
\ Call "'V
. for teen age youth at 9
am under the supervision ot th-
Board of Education. Junior c
g3S ror children of elem,
Ik
Rabbi will weak on th. P r-
Week. Sunday echo, at
' ... Dally school from 5:30 to I
' purim services Wedneaday
,1 ;'.i Shualtan Purlm Friday.
Congregalion Beth Tfilah. 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovefcy.
p ,d .... at 6 p.m. Saturday
morning flrsl n at a.m.,
second ai 13 Rabbi Backovsky win
conduct the service and Bpeak on
the subjecl We Ar< To Be Counted
,!';, i, Bpeak on the Portion of
the Week at 1:30 p.m M">''' ,s
, followed by Bhakw Beudoa.
Maarlv follows i-ally.mon.im; sen -
,,. firat mlnyan at ? a m l'"1""'-
In Mlshna. Seoond mlnyan
,i Dally Mlncha s< rvlces at p.m.
followed by a class In Jewish law
and customs Followed by ma i
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening '! P
Concluding late Friday night forum
at 8 13 m. Isaac Joffe win b.
... His topic is "ClvHljatlon at
ti. Crossroad as the Jew Bees it.
\n Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday
nlor services at 8j3n a m.
Rabbi April win speak on A Spiritual
,.,., 0f ufe."> Junior service
;,i 10 30 n m. conducted by the junior
rgation Refreshments served
b} the ladles Mlncha at
m, followed by Shalos Seudoa.
Rabbi will speak on the r.-rtion or
thi Week Sunday school at i<> a.m.
Hebrew school daily 3:16 t" 8:15 p.m.
A s| ial i-: 'li"S of the Mcglllah
Wednesday at 7 pm.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th ava.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at 6:4b
I. iii Frldaj night forum at 8:80 p.m..
concluding forum of the series this
<.-,,v Rabbi Grauer will speak on
:., vitlcus ... A Book of Sacrifices.
Refreshments "ill be served by
sisterhood committee. Service* Bat-
., in Late service ai
i m Rabbi will preach on the
W..1.IN Portion of the Law. .Mlncha
at '1 p.m. foil..weil by Shalos Seudos.
Sunday school al 10 a.m. l'aiiy re-
school ;i :i" to 8:80 p.m. Read-
ing o! the Megillah Wednesday at
I P m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
, Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services at
8:13 p.m Rabbi Shapiro will speak
.II "The Power to Remember is the
Essence ..f ClvlUaatlon." Blsterhood
will be hosts t.. the members of ">e
ration, P.T.A., and Men's ciuo
al a reception In the auditorium im-
mediately aftei ei li es. They have
also made the floi ff> ing. Sabbath
services al 8:30 a m. Marvin, son ol
Mi and Mrs Max Shlafrock, will
become Bai Mitivah. Student serv-
li. i at 10:30 p.m. During assembly
Sunday morning at 10 a.m. students
of the Sunday and Hebrew schools
will have a costume party in cele-
bration of Purlm. Marionette show
and refreshments are planned. Mem-
bers of the P.T.A. will be hosts
Wednesday evening will usher in the
Festival of Purlm. Th.. Boroll of Ks-
WWW ':: '"""
daj as Vesteryi
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldnng.,,
. fe
ss0" rfe
Frldaj '" '- "
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Prldaj evening service, t >
|,,,,,,; K will Mil"
he subject "Lefs Writ. A -N'
Purlm Megillah scrWce at
ii.. Sunday sen "
for children from th. ag< >
High hchool ol Jewish s(
Sunday morning, : a.m for young
and over -
reW cuuw, -. alternat. weekday af-
ternoons, boys and girls ages .". to
I.; surser hool, children from i
to p.nh morning
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Jewish Con^unity Cnj
I 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Religious se.vi.es Friday evening.
R; bid Kaufman will npeak on the
subject "The Meaning of sacrifice.
M, ,id Ml*. Mvinan Tollman will
,,. boita for the Oneg Shabbat follow-
,.",,. services and also following
Saturdaj morning servi.es which are
al 10 a.m.
Sabbath
,. sendees at 8:15 p.m.
dues) speak, r will be Dr. II Frank-
lin Williams. Dean of the College <"
U-ti and Sciences, and profes
i at the University ol Miami
His topic will be "Can A Historian
the Future with Hope'"'
th. l-uiure wnn nope -
ceptlon follows wiih Mrs. Adolph
Wertheim.-r. Sisterhood house chair-
man in charge of refreshments. Mis.
Maxwell Hyman will recite the bless-
ings ovei the Sabbath Lights Sab-
bath morning Bervlei at n am.
Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening services at s p.m.
Rabbi Raab will conduct the service
and preach on the subject "Purlm:
Festival oi Lota." He will read the
Megillah, the scroll of Bather, relat-
ing the story of the deliverance ol
Israel oul of the hand of the op-
pressor Children of th.- religious
school will participate In the cere-
monies. Feature or the evening will
be the appearan......f Cantor Irving
II Raab of New York and I,os An-
geles, brother of the rabbi, who will
render several musical selectlone.
Hadassah Holds
Double Celebration
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Division of Hadassah
will celebrate the Purlm festival
and Hadassah'a 36th birthday, at
their meeting Monday, 8:30 p.m.
at the Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road.
Miss Dorothy Lightman. pro-
gram chairman, has arranged a
special program with an "In-
formation Please-Purim Quiz"
and a ceremony celebrating the
36th birthday of the founding of
Hadassah. Mrs. Miriam Feigen-
baum of Cleveland, will present
artistic musical numbers. She is
a dramatic soprano, residing in
Miami Beach for the winter sea-
son. She has broadcasted on the
NBC radio station and has done
extensive entertainment for the
USO. and has also presented mus-
ical conceits in Cleveland. Her
accompanist will be Miss Char-
lotte Davis, who is a member of
the group.
Palestinian dances will be pre-
sented by Miss Louise Raphael.
a Miami University student, who
has traveled through Europe.
Special Purim refreshments will
be served.
Miami Y Awards
lies. Athlete*
Athlethic Award night was heM
last Monday at the Miami YM
&YWHA. Prizes, medals, trophic
and flags were awarded to per
sons of the Intramural Basket
ball team of the "Y."
Because of the absence 0f
Charles H. Cohen, chairman of
the athletic committee. Abe Cut-
ler presided. The awards were
made by Cutler, Sam Seitlin and
Max Jacobson. Short talks were
given by Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director, and M J. Kopel-
owitz. chairman of the finance
committee.
High scoring champion nf
"Strand" was Gordon Einhorn
with 153 points; "Dux." Allan
Lorber. 153 points. Most improved
player of "Seitlin" was Irwir.
Moore; hard luck player, Her-
bert Hirsch; sportsmanship
awards, "Seitlin" Donald Matlin,
"AZA 517" Dennis GitHn!
"Strand" Sanford Feinman, "Pip.
ers" Donald Berkowitz. "AZA
322" Robert Speigelman, "Shen-
andoah" Charles Pielsch, "AZA
517" Robert Hurwitz. "Stylecraft"
Mitz Scott, "Dux" Marvin Zalis,
and "Shenandoah" Arthur Pep-
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FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1948
Hillel Student Dinners Launched By
Coral Gables Women's Chapter
More than 150 student* attended the first in a series of bi-
monthly Friday dinners at Hillel Foundation sponsored by the
Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith last week. Rabbi
Albert Michels conducted services following the dinner which was
prepared by the ladies.
The committee in charge of all arrangements was headed by
Mrs. Bernard Abramson. and she was assisted by the Mesdames:
Oscar Sindell, Cahn. Sidney Boeninger. Albert Lozoff. Rossant.
Klein. Morris Horwiti. Salomowits. Herman Fisher. A. W. Harris.
Sidney Richman, Albert Michels, Lubitz and Morris Stotsky.
In photo are, (L. to R.): Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. Rabbi Albert
Michels. Mrs. Berhard Abramson, Mrs. Oscar Sindell, and seated.
Miss Mimi Brenner, student.
^Jewisti fhridHati
LEGAL NOTICES
PAGE THIRTEEN
u .,.r?RTICE TO CREDITORS
iv1" V,'"';NTY "''"'>: COURT
M/.i-u \\ "A"K COUNTY,
M.OKIDA. ix 1'HotiATIJ, .no.
I" Re: ESTATE OF
TAVnKs' f,BERTS, Deceased.
i" ah creditors and aii Parsons Hav-
'"- '>"> Demands Against
Bald Estate
V..ii. an.I each of you. are hereby
llMll|..,| :l,| ,,.,,, ,|,,.,| t ,,rewnt anv
'amis and demands which you, or
'.'.'' ", .*"" "1;,y ,mv" "KaiiiHt the
estatelof AGNES KoKHKTS. deceased,
late or I lade- County, Florida, to the
lion. \\. p. Blanton, County Judge
Of Dad. County, and file the same In
ma office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within
mill calendar months from the date
ur the first publication hereof, said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
do sworn t.. and presented as alore-
said. or sain.- will I,.- harred. See
Bei tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March n. a.i>. 1948.
HARRY Roberts.
As Executor Of 'he Last will and
'testament of AGNES Roberts,
i......asi d
wasman. SILVER A BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Executor.
a 19-26 4,'2-s
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.' undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.-r the fictitious name of
Store at 2113 Coral Way.
Ulan la. intends to register said
nil the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dads County, Florida.
LEON FAY
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attornej for Applicant
Beybold Bids*.
1 :-!-16
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FIXH11DA.
IN .11 VNCERY, No. 115678.
JOHN HENRY VAN QELDER.
vs. MADELEINE B. VAN
rjELDER, Defendant.
Till-. STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MADELEINE B. VAN QELDER.
i a Mr Margulles,
its Manor Apartments,
Apartment e-24
Ogonti and Olney Avenues,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the mil of Complaint for
filed against you In the
above-styled cnuse on or before the
f April, 1948; otherwise the
allegations ,.f said BUI of Complaint
ill be taken as confessed attains'
you.
Let this Order be published once
for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORiniAN, a news-
ibllshed In Dade County.
Florida
DATED this 18th day of March,
IMS.
E B LEATHERMAN.
I'lerk of Circuit Court.
art Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk,
SILVER
I'lalntirf,
n Bids;.,
I Florida.
1/2-9
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
hi-' FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No.
116460.
ELAINE PRESTRIDGE, Plaintiff, vs.
AARnx PRESTRIDGE, Defendant,
To: AARON PRESTRIDGE,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 9th day of April. 1948.
Dated this lOtli day ,,f March, 1918.
i: li. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. rand. Attorney
127 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to i>ngaSp In
business under the fictitious name of
Margaret Apta. at 16(1 Lenox Ave.,
.Miami Beach, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
.MARGARET MALBK
i iwner.
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress nidi;
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tile;
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No 115676
EDNA CHASIN NASTA, Plaintiff,
vs. A. HERMAN nasia. Defend-
ant.
To: A HERMAN NASTA
i"?7 Astor Avenue
Bronx, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired i" appear to the BUI "i" Com
plaint filed in the abovi styled cause,
on or before April 19, 1948, otherwise
the BUI of Complaint will be taken
as confessed agfl n Let this
order he published once a week for
(Hi successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida.
Dated th > 18th day nf March, 1948,
K B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk oi circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj .1 cor i.l).
Deputy Clerk
MILTON a FRJEDM \.\
Attorne) at Law
1028 Sell...id Building
Miami, Florida
3/19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
N.WELES TRADING CO., not In-
corporated. 186 North West First
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the clerk
"I the circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida,
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN,
Sole Owner.
HERMAN -M. HKItK
Attoi ney for Applicant
8/19-26 4/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to 'engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Van Ralon Company (not inc.) at
1431 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
NORMAN COVAN
and
LEONARD L. COVAN
Partners.
2/20-27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER F4CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Mln-Eds Restaurant at 2414'i Ponce
de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daue
County, Florida.
KDWARD OXENBF.RO
MINNIE OXENBERO
Wasman. Silver & Sakowltz
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAE FABRICS at 126 South Miami
Avenue. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK EISMAN.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
3/6-12-19-26 4/2
CIGARETTES
Direct To YouWE PAY THE POSTAGEYou Save Money
ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS Minimum Order 7 Cartons
THE BEE SALES, Inc., 209 Virginia Ave., Cumberland. Md.
Please send me the following order:
Price Carton
Names of Cigarettes (10 Packs) Amount
CAMELS S1.42
RALEIGHS (Plain or corks) 1.42
Number of
Cartons
LUCKY STRIKES 1-42
PHILLIP MORRIS 142
CHESTERFIELDS 1.42
HERBERT TAREYTONS 1.42
PALL MALLS Ml
OLD GOLDS and Others 1.42
MARVELS 1-27
WINGS M7
OMARS M7
FATIMAS M7
VICEROYS M7
MARLBOROS I-72
PARLIAMENTS 2.17
ENGLISH OVALS 2.27
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115419.
VINCENT JAMES FIORE. Plaintiff,
vs MAE FIORE, Defendant.
Tl i MAE FIORE
18256th Avenue
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause.
on or before April 12th, 1948. other-
wise the Hill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order he published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper pub-
lished In I lade County, Florida.
Dated this 9th day of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at law
102a Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
I 12-19-26 4/2
Total Amount ........................
Enclose personal check, bank draft, or money order for
fce total amount. NO C. O. D. SHIPMENTS. Orders are
sJ|*>iect to acceptance by Bee Sales, Inc. *^aSJ2
changed without notice. PRINT NAME AND ADDRESS
PLAINLY.
Nane........................................ Address........................................
NOTICE TO APPEAR _____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 116422.
RUTH HELEN SMITH, Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH. De-
fendant
TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH
I Chanaellor Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
V suit for divorce has been filed
am lust you in the Circuit Court of
Hi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and
for Dade County. Florida, by Ruth
Helen Smith. You are required to file
voui appearance or answer thereto
|n said proceedings on or before April
1948, otherwise the allegations In
-.!,i.i Mil of complaint will be taken
as confessed by you. ,j.
it is further ordered thai this oider
l published once ea.-li week for four
consecutive weeks In the Jewish
Florldlan, newspaper published in
s.ud i 'ounty and State.
Dated at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this the 9 day of .March,
'"'" E B. I.EATIIKKMA.V
Perk of the Circuit Court
Mad. ounty, Florida.
' '"""rt BBy F J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
JOHN H YATES
Solicitor for Plaintiff
19 it i ]
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FliORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
115194.
FRANK MARTIN. Plaintiff, vs.
NANCY JANE MARTIN, Defend-
ant.
TO: NANCY JANE MARTIN,
53 Thompson Street,
Waterbury. Connecticut.
You are hereby ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for divorce filed against
you by FRANK MARTIN on or be-
fore the 31st day of March. 1948.
otherwise the allegations of said bill
will be taken as confessed against
you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 1st day
of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
3/5-12-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRHCHENBAUM
CLARA KIRSCHEN1SAUM
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
TROPIX APT. HOTEL at 6844 Hard-
ing Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
E.MANUEL GOLDSTRICH
BELLE GOLDSTRICH
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115234.
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
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/5-12-19-26
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.
2/27 3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at
1329 N. E. Bayshore Place, intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
HOWARD E. LEPPER
CLARA C. LEPPER
Wasman, Silver & SakowltS
Attorneys for Applicants
2/20-27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
CONSUMERS: CONSUMERS MAR-
KETS CONSUMERS FOOD MAR-
KETS at 2081 N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAURICE DAUM.
AMos BENJAMIN
Attorney for Maurice Daum.
3/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i isiness ,......., the ftetlUous najne of
Bi)l Rite Venetian Blind Co-**- --
I u ., st Miami, norldj, in-
tends to register said name '<", '","
IV,!! k of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida MAX (.nKENPIElj
isaac JOFFE
Vttorne) for Applicant
IO10 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida
;; || ll-M 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. aYDNET MARGOLIN
Sole owner.
MARX FEINBERG
Attorney for Applicant.
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
Bennett Wholesale Company at 738
N E 1st Avenue. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade
County. Florida^ EISENBBRQ
Bole Owner.
2/27 3/5-12-19-3.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPART-
MENT STORE at 21C3 N.W. 62nd
Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LOUIS LEIBOVITZ
Petitioner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Petitioner
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
115360.
HARRY MEYER SEAMON, Plaintiff,
vs. FLORINDA SEA.mon, Defend-
ant.
TO: FLORINDA SEAMON. 2 Copley
Road, Apartment No. 403. Upper
Darby, Pennsylvania.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
st>:ed cause for divorce, on or before
the 7th day of April, 1948.
Dated this 8th day of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115012.
NINA KANTAK1S. also known as
MARIANNA KANTAK1S, Plalntm,
vs. JOHN KANTAK1S. Defendant.
TO: JOHN KANTAKIS
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 29, 1948, otherwise
the BUI 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 23rd 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
2/27 3/5-12-19
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115013.
DOMINICK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff,
vs. MARY LO GIUDICE, Defend-
To MARY LO GIUDICE
103-34 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. Let this order
be published once a week for four
oonseoutlve weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan. a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 23rd 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.
2/27 3/5-12-19
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 116117.
JOHN J. DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs.
GRACE R. DURKIN, Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA I
TO: GRACE R. DURKIN
246 Hawthorne Street
Brooklyn, New YorK
You 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 29 day
of March, 1948; otherwise the allega-
tions of said Bill of Complaint will
be taken as confessed against you.
Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLOR1D1AN, 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
1703 Congress Bjilldlng
Miami 32, Florida
2/27 3/5-12-19 ...^ .
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Political Roundup
(Continued from Page 10)
Judge David J. Heffernan of
the civil court of record has qual-
ified for re-election. He is run-
ning from Group one.
months in 1940-41.
Robert H. Givens, Jr., candi-
date for circuit court in this dis-
trict, will seek the position of
the incumbent Judge Ross Wil-
liams. A native of Tampa, he
served there as deputy clerk of
the U.S. District court foi two
years.
Givens has been actively en-
gaged in general practice of law
in Tampa and Miami since 1932
except for time on active military
duty in World War II. During his
four years active duty Civens rose
from a private to be discharge a
colonel in the Field Artillery.
The candidate was recently
chairman of the Law Enforce-
ment committee of Dade County
Bar association, and is author of
a book on political and economic
effects of chainstore merchandis-
ing which has sold over 5.000
copies throughout the world.
Running for re-election in the
May primaries from the 11th Ju-
dicial district is Circuit Court
Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne. He
has been serving on the bench
since his appointment in Decem-
ber, 1945, when Judge Paul D.
Barnes was elevated to the su-
preme court.
A former judge of the court of
crimes, Hawthorne is a past presi-
dent of the Dade Bar association.
Joseph Otto ofsJJCey West will
oppose Judge Aquilino Lopez. Jr..
for circuit judge in the primary
election. He had been judge of
the circuit from 1944 till 1945
when Governor Spessard I. Hol-
land was chief evecutive of the
state. Governor Millard Caldwcll
declined to reappoint him.
A native of Key West Otto
served in France with the in-
fantry during World War I. Later
he attended University of Flor-
ida law school. He has practiced
m Key West. Tavernier and Mi-
ami.
Appointed to bench of the cir-
cuit court in 1946 to fill the
vacancy of Judge Richard H.
Hunt. Judge Charles A. Carroll
has announced his candidacy for
thut post in the May primaries
Carroll who began practicing
law in Miami in 1925, has never
held public office prior to his ap-
pointment. He served in both
world wars and for 18 months
was coast guard legal officer in
the Seventh Naval district with
the rank of lieutenant command-
er.
Judge George E. Holt, appoint-
ed to the circuit curt by Gover-
nor Spessard L. Holland in 1941
after he had served three terms
as spokesman in the house oi
representatives i Dad. county
is standing for re-election to his
office.
Born in Nashville. Tenn.. he
received his law degree from
Vandcrbilt in 1925, and came to
Miami a month ...dila-
tion.
Key West representative in
this district's circuit court. Judge
Aquilino Lopez. Jr., is standing
for .e-election to that post.
Judge Lopez was appointed in
1945 after having served as city
attorney at Key West from 1937
to 1941 and as U.S. rent attorney
there in 1944.
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plan $5.00. Phone Clear-water 2567
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Mrs. Mildred J. Park, Ml Trux-
ton Drive, Miami i filed
on the Republican ticket for the
state legislatun coun-
ty, Group III. Mrs Pa k
native of Wilmington, Delaware.
and was educated there.
she is chairman of the Welfare
Board of the Miami Si
P.T.A. and a members of the
Ladies' Auxiliary, Amei ican Le-
gion Post 117. She is also a mem-
ber of the Miami Sp::im> Pres-
byterian church and recording
Senior Judge Ross Williams, the secretary ,,, ,tu. Women's Republ-
only member of the circuit court jcan clu|) ||f I)l(lc, Countyi .,..
of this district who has been
elected to office, will run again
in the May primaries. He first
became a circuit judge when he | Amnion Mc( Pierce
was appointed by Governor Fred trus *row*r' m.ade frmal ""'
P. Cone to fill the unexpired term nouncemenl fh
of the late Judge H. F. Atkinson. !l"' -' loner
He was re-elected in 1941. of agricultu
In his announcement, tn< form-
er reading clerk for the state
house iif r< i ves i x-
pressed the belief that agents
charged with gasoline and pen-
cillion inspection, weights meas-
ures, etc.. should be removed from
the commission's jurisdiction, He
also advocated a state purchas-
ing department, agricultural re-
search and a me: it system for
employees.
Phi Sigma Sigma
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae club
welcomed two new members
:,t its regular meeting on Wed-
nesday, March 17 at the home of
Mrs Robert Rosen, 2776 S.W. 29th
Ave. Mis Harry Rosenfeld and
Mrs Victor Reiter were formerly
members of the Pittsburg Alum-
nae group.
Mrs. Rosen reported on the
, ss of the building fund
campaign for the local chapter at
the University of Miami. Cards
and man jong will follow the
business session.
Judge Marshall C. Wisehcart
will stand for re-election as a
member of the circuit court from
this judicial district. The forme:
legislator was appointed to the
bench by Governor Holland in
1943 and won a fight to retain
his post when attacked by an-
other judge. He had been a mem-
ber of the 1943 legislature which
raised circuit court judges sal-
aries.
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circuit court in the 11th Judicial
district. Appointed in 1945 he is
a former state attorney and had
served as a circuit judge for six
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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948
Mrs. Weiss Becomes
OES Worthy Matron
Mrs. Sadie Weiss will become
worthy matron of Emunah chap-
ter 175 of the Order of Eastern
Star at ceremonies held in the
Scottish Rite temple, 471 N.W.
Third St., tonight.
Included on the installation
program are William Blake,
worthy patron; Mrs. Charlotte
Schwartz, associate matron; Jos-
eph Steiner, associate patron;
Mrs. Elsie Lake, conductress; Mrs.
Celia Auslander, associate con-
ductress; Mrs. Rae Frank, secre-
tary, and Mrs. Molly Cooper,
treasurer.
Theme of the candlelight cere-
mony is "The Installation of
Love." Mrs. Mabelle Ramey, past
grand marshal for the state, as-
sisted by Mrs. Lillian Johnson,
Mrs. Aletha Thompson and Mrs.
Jennie Gore, will install officers.
Others to be installed are Mrs.
Florence St. Clair, organist; Mrs.
Ida Peretzman, chaplain; Mrs.
Celia Cohen, marshal; Mrs. Ger-
trude Bions, Ada; Mrs. Betty
Tobac, Ruth; Mrs. Sue Freeman,
Esther; Mrs. Hilda Seidler, Mar-
tha; Mrs. Dorothy Kaler, Electa,
and Mrs. Diane Steiner, warden.
Soloists for the evening will be
Renee Kaler, Marvin Lake, and
Stewart and Sheldon Hittelman.
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''rquent intcrvols.
Zionists To Meet
n Orlando
For the first time in Florida
history, Zionists of the State are
getting ready to meet in conven-
tion to make plans for assisting
Palestine in the present emerg-
ency and to blueprint future ac-
tivities
Representatives from the fol-
lowing communities will take
part in the all-day session at theo
Mortimer May
San Juan hotel in Orlando on
Sunday, March 28th: Miami, Mi-
ami Beach, Hollywood, Lake
Worth, Palm Beach, West Palm
Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Lake-
land, Haines City, Tampa, St.
Petersburg, Sarasota, Fort Laud-
erdale, St. Augustine, Tallahas-
see, Jacksonville and Pensacola.
Sessions will consist of work-
shop seminars on Membership,
Political Action, Programming,
Youth Education and General
Zionist Projects.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Center will be the principal
speaker at the banquet in the
evening. Rabbi Lehrman who has
just recently returned from a
Ytour of Europe and Palestine as
a member of an official delega-
tion, will give an eye-witness
account of conditions abroad.
Other personalities in attend-
ance will be: Abe Goodman, Mi-
ami Beach, vice president Z.O.A.-
Abe Goldstein, New York, vice
president Z.O.A.; Mortimer May,
Nashville, vice chairman Z.O.A.
Administrative Committee; S. P.
dent S.E. Region, and Sidney C.
Benamy, Atlanta, president S.E.
Zionist Region; Shepard Broad.
Miami Beach, Florida vice presi-
Jewish Folk Chorus
Holds Birthday Party
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus honored six of its singers
last Saturday with a birthday
party in Beth David synagogue.
Outstanding in the entertainment
were selections by Tenor Marcel
Chiland accompanied by Charles
Drucker, flautist.
Final arrangements were made
for the Esther Hamalka cantata
to be presented by the folk chorus
in a concert March 28 at Miami
Beach High school auditorium.
Tickets may be purchased for $1
plus tax by calling 78-5211 or
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Arrangements for the event are
being supervised by George Mil-
ler, president of the Orlando
Zionist District, who is general
chairman in charge of the pro-
gram.
AE Phi Alumni Tea
Honors National Head
Mrs. Frances Bergman, nation-
al dean of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority, was guest of honor at a
tea to be given by the local
alumnae group Saturday at 1 p.m.
in the home of Mrs. Jack Schieff,
1681 Nethia Drive, Miami.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman
of arrangements, presented a
monologue of the play "Born
Yesterday," after which plans
were discussed for the sorority's
national convention July 4 to 8
at French Lick, Ind.
In addition to alumni members,
the meeting included Mrs. Ed-
ward Cowen and Mrs. Q. M.
Weinstein, patronesses of the
sorority, and the following of-
ficers of the active chapter: Miss
Sis Warfield, dean; Miss Joan
Rosenberg, sub-dean; Miss Isa-
dora Margolis, scribe; Miss Mar-
ilyn Gerstein, corresponding sec-
retary; and Miss Lenore Freed-
man, treasurer.
Mrs. Bergman, a native of
Kansas City, Mo., is the daughter
of Mrs. Louis Wolff, former na-
tional scribe of Alpha Epsilon Phi
from New Orleans.
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emergency. And skilled employees are
trained in the latest developments of
emergency "know how."
"BACKING UP" the trouble tracks
An olort, officiant organization
backs vp the "front lino" trouble
trucks day and night.
Skilled Load Dispatchers, Power
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Lachman Heads
Sholom Officers
Sam Lachman, Miami Beach
community leader and well
known hotel man, was unani-
mously elected president of Tom-
pie Beth Sholom at its annual
meeting on March 11, held in the
Temple patio. He succeeds Harry
A. Cornblum.
Plotkin-Rosenthal Troth
Revealed At Party
Betrothal of Miss Helen Plotkin
and Eugene J. Rosenthal was an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Plotkin of 1135 S.W.
6th St.. at a birthday party held
Saturday night in honor of the
bride-elect. The affair look place
at the home of a sister, Mrs
Joseph Nurenberg. 220ti S.W. Oth
A ve.
Miss Plotkin attended schools
in Chicago and Miami Senior
High school.
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rosenthal, 7133 Bonita
Drive, -Miami Beach, attended
schools in .Now Jersey. A veteran
el three years in the army, he is
n.>\v a student at the University
of Miami.
Pioneer Women's Dinner Postponed
One Day; Features National President
uled in connection with th ^ Miami Council of Pioneer
March 28th, the date of lf ^ a, Manning's Seafood
SSS^^^^^.Mbnday evenmg'
29th at 6 p.m.
Approximately
Women of Club I
Lachman has been a resident
of Miami Beach for twenty years
and has been active in Zionist
work as a member of the
of the Zionist District and in
philanthropic work as a member
of the board of governors
Greater Miami Jewish K
He has been a vie. it and
member of the board of d ectoi
of Temple Beth Sholom thi
five years.
Other officers elected were:
Louis J. Krensky, Sidney D.
Ansin, Leo Robinson and Joseph
Arkin, vice presidents: Abi
Zinnamon, treasurer: I. C. Green-
berg, financial secretary; Leonard
L. Kimball, general secretary.
Following were these elected
to the board of d
, -year term: Leo S ilomon,
a Wolff, Harry A. C m-
blum. Sin : ... 1 Broad, All xander
Kogan, Leonard Wien, Murraj
. ilandGranat. J
Kenneth 01 a was elected to fill
a vacancy on the board for a one-
term.
Other board members are:
George C hen, Louis Goldman,
Harry Kohn. Charles S. Tobin.
E iuel G ildstrich, Abraham
ko, Leon J. Ell, .1
. s. A. Goodman, Ralph
i din, Irving
}, im Schiff.
C rnblum, .dent.
his annual report,
p linting to the tremendous
growth of tin ation from
a tiny building with 40 members
when it si ur years ago,
iful edifice we now
have, .'; rship of -100."
Chairmen if t h function-
ing committees | 11 nted re-
. and Ral Kronish,
spiritual leader of tin
tion. to whom Cornblum
tribute in his report, addi
the mi n The State of the
m."
Refreshments were served by
the Ti under the
leadership of Mrs. A'.exandc:
Kogan.
500 Pioneer
Club II and
Kadimah Chapter, with their
guests, will hear Mrs. Israel Gold-
stein Of New York City, national
nt of the Pioneer Women
, ,l .\ ind outstanding lead-
er Ul organizations devoted to the
upbuilding Of the Jewish home-
land in Palestine.
Mrs. Goldstein, a graduate of
Hunter College, received la.
Master of Arts degree at Co-
lumbia. Later she studied law at
New YorK University and prac-
I f0r a number of years, in
[925 she organized and be.
the fi "' tl\f S?W
York chapter of H -Mrs' fl
Goldstein Palestine ^Flamingo Park Scene
1928 1032 and 1936, and in 1934
she joined the Labor Zionist
movement.
In the leadership of the Pio-
neer Women, the guest speakei
has been on its national board for
,eVeral years serving as nal
chairman of the Child Rescue
Fund of that organization, and
also as a member of the Nal
Praesidium from 1945 to 194..
She is active in the National
Council of Jewish Women and is
Aged Auxiliaryl^
Plans Annual Party
. A special board meeti^'
Miami Beach auxiliary to
Jewish Home for the Aw
be held on Tuesday jf
March 23 at the Robert
hotel, Miami Beach. %
jamin Sheiry presiding.
Purpose of the meeting
formulate final plans for tb
nual card party which is fc
place Tuesday evening,
30 at the Floridian hotel.
Elect
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Both Jacob congregation la pre-
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Sunday. March 28 in the Flaminee
park band shell, with Sid Wlvte
and an all-star show. The affair
: nsored by the Sisterhood.
The two-hour performance is
made up of a do/en professional
acts, according to President Mrs.
Jack Hirsch. Arrangements have
and
been made with the park ....^.
ne of the leaders of the women's performers that in the event of
' the oriqinal
JO/EMI J.RAWL/On 4nfam@asm
in of the United Palestine
Appeal and the United Jewish
Appeal. Well known in New York
City for her activities in Zionist,
social and communal work, Mrs.
Goldstein is a member of the
United Jewish Appeal's Speakers'
i and has addressed lead-
ing organizations in various cities
throughout the United States.
Mrs. G ldstein has travelled
. xtensively in Europe and in the
Near East. She is the wife of
Rabbi Israel Goldstein, former
president of the Zionist Organ-
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ish National Fund, now serving
as national chairman of the UPA
and co-ehairman of the UJA.
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FRI DAY, MARCH 19. 1948 Council Honors Mrs. Roosevelt Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be named "The Woman of the Year" by the National Council of Jewish Women for having made the "most notahje contribution to human welfare" during the past year at a banquet on March 15 jn the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Plaza, New York City, it w as announced by Mrs. Joseph \j. Welt of Detroit, national president. United States Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas; Andrew W. Cordier, executive assistant to the secretary general of the United Nations, and Milton n, Stewart, director of Research ol the President's Committee on Civil Rights, will speak at the banquet, which will be presided over by Judge Samuel I. Rosenman, special counsel to the late President Roosevelt. The award will cite Mrs. Roosevelt's outstanding leadership in the United Nations Commission on Human Rights as a notable contribution to the freedom of all peoples: and her humanity in championing the rights of minorities, both in this country and throughout the world. Special recognition will also be accorded Mrs. Roosevelt for setting "an inspiring example of the selfless devotion of women to the betterment of manikind." Mrs. Lawrence G. Anathan, of New York City, was chairman of "The Woman of the Year" award committee. ^Jewisti Fk>ridliaiin PAGE ELEVEN ^mmimssm Obituaries MRS. BELLE LIPMAN FIELD Age Gl, <>f 1868 Marseilles Dr, Nor" ll "" l \ lle, Miami Beach, passed piisswi away suddenly March 5 Resident here since 1928, she operated the FI.'MN Dren shop .,„ si:, in \ Sl ror many years. Beloved mother ol Joseph. Jr., and Stuntoii Field Ajso leaves thro.sisters, one of who,,, | a Mrs. hdith Dhrenprela ol Miami Services were held in the chapel ol iiio Gordon Puneral home, Dr Jacob H. Kaplan of Temple Israel, officiating. Hurlal In the family i ;,i ( %  raeeland cemetery. SOUTHERN NUHSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus, Owner "A Complete Placement Service" 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner Let MOlf AHAlf'S Design You the FINEST AllSteel Kitchen Low Priced to Ama Ze You ... for most homes costs no more than for wood kitchens! American Kitchens At MO.WHAN'S 2208 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-0632 ABRAHAM KOLBER Alee ..... Passed away at the family residence, 1244 Pennsylvania w. March :.. Mr. Kolber came to the Beach 12 years ago from Chicago, Where he hud lie.-n encaged in the grorery business. He Is survived by his WldOW, Rose; two sons. Joseph and Stanley; and two grandchildren Joan Kllen and Clifford, at M2< S.W. 12th St. Services were conducted March 8 in the Riverside Memorial Chapel, ISM Washington Ave. interment Is In Mount Nebo cemetery. DOROTHY H. GOLOBERGErT" Age 39, of 560 B.B. 5th St., Hlaleah. Beloved wife of Sidney, devoted mother of Morton A. and Bernlce .1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs Edward Stahl of Miami. (Services were March 8. at The Miami Riverside. West Fingier at 20th Ave. Interment Mount Nebo cemetery. ABRAHAM SOLOMON A* is, of iiTi Bay Dr., Normandy Isle, pass.,) away at his residence March 5. 11.was winter visitor from Atlantic Beach, r*>ng Island, N. V. He Is survived by his wife, Marlon: 1 son. Bey more; 2 daughters, Mrs, Bdythe KIMMiss Kaj Bolomnn. Body was sent t) N. Y. C. for service" and burial. P, in.. Rabbi Max Shapiro, officlatIIIK. with burial i„ Woodlawn MeIIIOI la] Park. MRS. ANNA APOTOV Agi 56, "f -li 2nd st Miami Beach, passed away March 6. Services were held March 8 in the Riverside Memorial chapel, 1226 Washington Ave interment in MI Slnal cemetery. Survivors Include the husband, Joseph; l so,, and i daughters. SAMUEL KALER Age 51, ..f 560 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, passed away suddenly Prldas A resident here foi 22 years he was co-owner with his brother, Morris, of the Kaler Bros, Wholesale Produce Co. H.' i.,i\es ins wife, Dora; two sons. Irving K of Atlanta and Jack of Miami Beach; two daughters, .Miss Miriam Kaler and Mrs Shirley Dlftler, both "f Miami ttea< h thi %  % % %  Birmingham, Ala. Funeral services Mrs. Ben Silver. Mrs. Sadie Pont, both services were held In the chapel ol the Gordon Funeral Home Sunday at SHIRLEY MATISOFF Age 50, residing al 1495 N.W 44th street, passed away last month Allowing, an illness, she had been a resident here for the past 10 years coming from New fork City survived >> her husband, Many; a son, Wlllam ol Brooklyn, N, Y and •' :.";"..rs. Many Barth of Pompano* Ma... and Denny Barth of Miami Services were held al Gordon Funeral home chapel win, interment al \u Slnal cemetery, MRS. CLARA RAFF Funeral services f..i Mrs. Clara Raff age 69 of 1011 Jefferson Ave,, Miami i..;i.h. who passed away in a local Hospital last month, were held in the Riverside Memorial chapel, 1236 Washington Ave., with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating, with Interment at '.'•alei Miami Jewish ,-,. I lie! e IV. .\|,s, Kan came to the Greater Miami area '.' V V."'" '""'" "'"' '"''' family from Kej west. Survivors include: one son. Moms, two daughters, Mrs jack I.eai and Mrs j,„. Segal; two broilers. MM Goldenblank and Dave uoldenblank; one sister, Mrs. .Morris Rubin; ami two grandchildren, Oerliey Segal and Jackie Lear. SAUL SINGER Funeral services for Saul singer. >••.. who died las, month, were held aj Riverside Memorial chapel, 12S6 Washington Ave. The body was sent to New fork City for burial. Singer, a visitor from Corpus Christie, Texas died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roslyn Finsi.in, .•[7:,;, |.| m Tree ;r other survivors Include his wife, Esther; another daughter, Mrs. HorI. use Ginsberg; and two wms, Herbert M. and l-Mwin. 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 Simchonit Inscribed In JNF Book By Miamians As a parting gift denoting solidarity between American and Palestinian women, the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women has incribed the name of Yehudith Simchonit into the JNF Golden Book. Yehudith Simchonit, the Palestinian delegate to the American Pioneer Women, has been in this country for the past 10 months, representing 75.000 women of the Moatzath Hapoaloth (Council of Working Women in Palestine). 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FRIDAY. MARCH 19. 1948 *Jenisfi Florid fan PAGE NINI Mendel Fisher, JNF Director To Address Community Sunday at ih ; Miami Beach Jewish ComHarold Shapiro Chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council, announced that plans hav been completed] for a number o important conferences and public meetings! to be addressed^ by Mendel N. Fisher of Ne York, national' executive director of the Jewmunlty Center and will present the Golden Rook Certificates to a number of Zionists who are to be honored by the district. I. Goldberg is JNF chairman for the district. Fisher that plans have been completed "Aladdin's Lamp' %  n Puppet Show Magic and merriment will reign for young eyes and ears when the YM & WHA Puppet arrive in Miami Beach today, j Troupe gives a performance of Fisher, who is prominent in the "Aladdin and the Wonderful national administration of the Lamp" at the Miami Beach Y Zionist Organization of America, i 1536 Bay Road, today at 3:45 p.m. A special stage has been purchased from the University of Miami for the occasion, and the "Y" is arranging to have this as one of their regular program activities for children who wish to is a member of the World Zionist Actions Committee, and is the executive head of the JNF, the land purchasing agency of the Zionist movement. The visitor will confer with members of the Jewish National | Participate in puppetry. Fund Council in executive sesPu PP rtccrs are Eugene Yulish, sion and will address a Community Conference on Sunday evening, March 21st, at 8 p.m. at the Hebrew Academy, 6th St. and a r ss,sl m workin thc Puppets, and wf„rc !" Av Th n vvM,t;,„> c„„_ Jo >'ce Bruckner, Shirley Usdondirector who also costumes and works the puppets; Faith Alexander and Marilyn Midnick who Jefferson Ave. The executive session on Saturday evening is at the home of Sam Prosterman. 4427 Royal Palm Ave. Sunday's program will begin with an invocation by Rabbi Leon Kronish and the benediction will be given by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Prosterman will present a report of the year's work of the JNF Council, and Harold Shapiro, newly-elected chairman of the council, will be installed. Fisher is to outline in detail the achievements of the Jewish National Fund in Palestine and the still greater program for land redemption as charted by the Keren Kayemeth Headquarters in Jerusalem, to acquire the land for the Jewish State. The general public is invited to the gathering at the Hebrew Academy in order to hear firsthand information on the land program of the Jewish State. Fisher will also participate in the public meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District to be held Tuesday evening, March 23rd rley sky and Carol Washc-r. who do the vocal work. A repeat performance w ; ll be given by the troupe in Beth David auditorium on Sunday at 11 a.m. Funds raised that day will be turned ovor to United Jewish Appeal to help those children in Europe who need food and clothing. Tickets for the show can be obtained at the door. Shown above are Joe Slein, Mrs. Monte Selig, Jacob Sher and Morris Klass (left to right) al a $l000 e 000 mee Combined Jewish Appeal, chalking up the total of pledges which exceeded Coral Gables Elects Spiegel Leonard N. Spiegel, a member of B'nai B'rith for 17 years and a resident of Coral Gables, has been elected president of the Coral Gables Lodge B'nai B'rith to succeed Dr. Leonard Glickstein. Formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was active in civic organizations, Spiegel is a MIAMI BEACH Batter Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hotele, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor MS Lincoln Rd. Phone 55868 "Trustworthy Service" Twn-Agcrs Hold I'urhti Carnival Purim will be celebrated by the teen age group of the Miami Beach Community at an all-day carnival to be held this Sunday. March 21st. The teen age counci of the "Y" which is sponsoring the affair, has invited all teenagers, their friends and parents to celebrate with them. Festiva' will start at 12 noon with games iif various sorts designed to commemorate the occasion of Purim. At 8:30 a Queen Esther coronation ball will be held. Bob Sommerstein is president of the Teen Age Council. Arrangements for the affair are in charge of Lila Gross, Carol Solomon, Shirley Neilinger, Nancy Schechter, Eleanor Goodman, Rachel Habib, Stephen Kobley and Bruce Marger. Rod Cross Drivo Lags at 26% Total Contributions in Dade county's annual Red Cross drive have reached $83,396, or only 26 per cent of tha $321,000 goal, H. H. Hyman, chairman, reported Wednesday. The advance gifts division, under Sam R. Becker, is leading with $12,460 or 56 per cent of its quota. In second place is the medical division, headed by Dr. Robert Spicer. with $3,255 or 54 per cent of its quota. Total Red Cross expenditures for disaster relief in Dade county have exceeded $337,000 and eventually will total over $364,000. G01! |-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH L/H. 3-343 J A "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Play Features Program For Golden Age Club Golden Age • Friendship Club will have its first annual Purim entertainment on Sunday afternoon. March 28, at 2 o'clock at the new "Y" building. A program is being planned, consisting of a Purim play by members of the Golden Age Club and an accordian entertainment by Mrs. Luba Roy. Mrs. Benpamin Sherry, president of the ladies' auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be the principal speaker. Admission will be 75c and tickets may be obtained at the door. 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, Municipal Docks LEO EISEXSTET* • /w^T Will Qiv. Prompt Persons. Attention to All Your "KSrMMESTATE PROBLEMS 12 vT.rs .^Experience In Building Conduction on Miami Beach 1| DO YOU KNOW? 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PAGE SK fjenisi! fhridiiictr raiDAY^ARCH i a 194 8 Center Purim Service Followed By Carnival Miami Beach Jewish Community Center will usher in the Purim festival with a special Children's Megillah Reading at 6:30 p.m. Purim evening, Wednesday. Following the service the children will go to the Miami Beach High school gymnasium for a carnival and masquerade beginning at 7 p.m. The following Young Judaea Clubs are participating and will run booths at the carnival: Maccabees, Yagour, Chalutzim, Beersheba, Tel-Aviv, and Haganah. B'nai B'rith Council Elects Officers; North Shore Lodge Plans Program B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will hold their annual election pf officers at the next regular meeting Monday. 8:15 p. m. at the council offices, 330 Seybold Bldg.. it has been announced by C. R. Jacobson, executive secretary. Scheduled for discussion will be arrangements for the council carnival set for May 23rd and a greater Miami retention drive. President Harold Turk will reAlso running separate booths are j vjew the counci |s accomplishthe following groups affiliated with the Jewish Center: Boy Scouts (troop 65), Student Council, Art Club, the Confirmation class and the Junior Congregation Club. Plans are being made for the walls to be decked with gigantic signs, pictures and other art decorations, all created and painted by the children of the various groups under the guidance of Mrs. Helen Zuckerman. Proceeds will go primarily to the Youth Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal Drive of the Jewish Center. All the children of the community are invited to attend. ments in 1947 and Vice president E. Albert Pallot and Mrs. H Gordon will report on the current fund-raising campaign. Unveilings Unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Lina Sylvia Behrmann, sister of Harry O. Rabe of the Miami Paper and Leather Co., will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Colman A. Zwitman will officiate. A monument to the memory of the late Israel Zuckerman of 615 S.W. 23rd Ave. will be unveiled Sunday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky officiating. Arrangements for both services are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. >ru ow^ North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith will elect a permanent slate of officers at their next regular meeting Monday 8 p.m., in the office of Leo Solomon. 920 Everglades Concourse, Normandy Isle. Miami Beach. According to A. J. Kaplan, temporary president, the new B'nai B'rith group with a membership exceeding 50 Normandy Isle residents, will announce community service programs for the spring and summer at this meeting. The group has appointed Lou Sherman to head the membership committee assisted by Dr. B. G. Pollock. A temporary program committee has been chosen sisting of Sol Herman. Sam Cooper and Malcolm F:: Men interested in joining the Beach service organization as a charter member may contact Lewis Safft, secretary, at 916 Everglades Concourse. 6-3897. the psychology department at the University of Miami, will address roup on •Psychology and the World We Live In." Dr. Slater is ,-cheduled to explain thi ments I modern psych ilogy in meeting problems of everyday life. Sidney Lewis, forum chairman, announced that the affair is open public and that a qu. and answer period will I the principal add:' Rabbi Albert Michels. director of the Hillel Foundation, will in< %  the speaker of the evening. Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phon* 2-tMl Seven B'nai B'rith girls' groups will participate in the second annual debate tournament sponsored by the Rose Chapter. B'nai B'rith women, with preliminaries scheduled for March 30 at 8 p.m., at the Miami Beach YMHA. Topic of the debate is 'Resolved: That American Youth of Today Is Not Doing Its Part to Keep World Peace." A bronze plaque will be awarded to the winning group and individua prizes will be given to the winning team. Chairman of the debate. Miss Betty Ann Weintrub of Rose Chapter, announced that prominent Miami Beach civic leaders and educators will officiate as judges. Finals have been scheduled for April 6th. Tuesday at p.m. at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Leo Solomon has been • ,1 temporary president of the newly organized North Shore Chapter of B'nai B'rith v ,,t tl %  eting last week. Mrs-. Irving Becker, past president "t District > B'nai B'rith Women, and a vice president of D 't 5. addressed the group m "A Woman's Work in B'nai B'rith." Other temporary officers elected were: Mrs Malcolm First. vice president; Mrs. Stanley Phillips treasurer: Mrs. Lewis i >: responding secretary; Mrs. L. Shiffman. recording secretary. North Shore Lodge men and women's chapter have scheduled meetings for the first and third Mondays at Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. Former Teacher Seeks Hebrew Students Hyman Heiman, a resident of the Jewish Home for the Aged for the last 8 months, is seeking to gather a group of children who wish to study Hebrew. A former Hebrew teacher here and in New York. Heiman is offering his services free of Books are also to be provided for his pupils. Information is directed to the office of the Home. Hypnotist Entertains Miami Emanon Club Professor Polgap. hypnotist, who recently appeared at various hotels in the New York mountains, will entertain members of the Emanon club of the Miami Y.M & WHA following their regular business meeting Wednesday The meeting takes place at the V at 8:15 p.m.. Samuel Kratish presiding. All > included in the program will be a humorous presentation of Shakespeare's "King Lear," enacted by the Moscow Theater Group, headed by Nat Etkins and Rutansky, social co-chairmen. A picnic is being planned by tlie club for this Sunday in the log cabin at Creynolds park. An extensive athletic program has been p'-inned by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Satin. p?t-together cnairm.:i Members have been re<1 to meet at 10 am. at the Miami Y, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. for transportation. Emanon club is a social organization for young men and women over 21 Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesdays of the mont'i at the Y. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv 1520 S.W. 5th St* Phone 2-7439 Pullen Metal Craftsmen CLAUDE PULLEN. Own,, ORNAMENTAL IRON, COPPER BRASS. ALUMINUM R 395 N. E. 79th Strt Phone 7-5614 Miami, Fli. Maqnavox We Sell, Rent and Tune Pianos SOLE DISTRIBUTORS WEAVER PIANOS MAIIKLEY'S 2900 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-5951 /tMiO'klu Aufhoriied Sales and Service MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY 121? 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PAGE FOUR +JeistFkridiar FRIDAY. MARCH 19, EDITORIAL The Only Way The bombshell which Warren Austin dropped at the feet of the Security Council when he argued the U.N. had no authority to use force in implementing the Assembly's partition decision was a dud as compared with the reported "conciliation" shell he let loose this week at the Big Four conference. At the Security Council Mr. Austin was the pure legalist. But at the Big Four conference he forgot all legalism and, despite the fact that the conferees' objective was limited by the terms of the Council's instructions to finding a solution "with a view to implementing" the Assembly's decision, he suddenly injected the "conciliation" issue even though he had no legal authority to do so. Since Mr. Austin's position must of necessity reflect Administration instructions, it follows that Mr. Truman must bear the consequences of the lurching tragedy in the Holy Land. The issue is simple. Our delegation to the General Assembly fought for partition—and it could not have done so if the Administration were not behind it. Our delegation rose and met all Arab challenges both with regard to the justice and legality of the partition proposal. In his irst talk before the Ad Hoc Committee on Palestine, our delegate Herschel Johnson even spoke of an international constabulary. But as the time grew closer for the realization of the Jewish dream something snapped in Washington. And when Austin made his amazing statement it became evident the Administration had fallen under the "persuasive" arguments of the oil-boys. Now Washington is dilly-dallying. Mr. Marshall and Mr. Truman are giving evidence of being disturbed over the world situation. They give mouth-service to the United Nations as the sole instrument for world peace and survival. But when the very fate of the international organization is threatened by the Palestine issue they cssume not only an attitude of indifference but one which lends itself to but one Interpretation—comtempt for world conscience. For it is clear—let the Arabs upset the Assembly's decision and a preceden. has been set for other nations to tell the UN to go to hell whenever they disagree with its rulings. The time is rapidly drawing close when Great Britain is to relinquish her Palestine mandate and, though the international body has been grappling with the problem for months now, there is no indication that the would-be-shapers of world destiny are to PURIM MEGILLAH WEDNESDAY summon the moral courage essential to the solution of the Palestine problem. For let there be no mistake. If the United Nations fails to take the proper action to effectuate the decision reached by its General Assembly it will have admitted moral bankruptcy at the most crucial point in its young but turbulent history. It seems to us. as has been well said editorially by the New York Herald-Tribune, that "the only hope for an even reasonably satisfactory outcome—from the point of view of the United Nations, of world peace, of national policy and of Palestine itself—lies in a strong declaration by the Security Council that partition must be enforced, and in prompt stops to organize an international force capable of doing the job." If the Security Council evades the issue as a result of technicalities there will be great bloodshed in Palestine, but the historical process which has been set off—the establishment of a Jewish state— will not be altered. A Sew Twist The latest twist to raise money is the o being used by the Cenertal Association for th! support of Yeshivoth, with headquarters in Ne York. In February a group of businessmen and educators announced the opening of a koshe non-profit wine enterprise, the proceeds to go \a the support of all Yeshiva Schools in America The businessmen put up the capital to operate the venture, staling that by supplementing the present income through this means they can in. sure the financial security of the Jewish Educational Institutions. Particular emphasis is placed at this time on the sale of Passover Wine of a winery whose output has been taken over by the non-profit group. This is only the beginning. The directors state that new sources of revenue will be created It is hoped, they say, that over a period of years the funds to be turned over from Kosher business projects will greatly augment their present income and will enable the Yeshivoth to develop and grow to even greater heights. Why, at one time our own Federation was on the verge of buying an office building and going into business. Seeing is ttelieving Seeing is believing. We were present to witness one of two performances given by the recently organized Jewish Music Council. It was surprising to see the overflowing atttendance at the Miami performance of the program, staged to mark the observance of Jewish Music Month. It is not unusual to have a capacity audience at any free functtion on Miami Beach, therefore our surprise. It was stimulating to witness the attentiveness paid the artists. Though the heat was stifling and the accoustics poor, the receptiveness of those present scored a bullseye for the Music Council. It also recorded a forward step in the cultural maturity of the community, for the content of the program was of high quality. We Wonder Regina Resnik, the Metropolitan star, who has achieved high popularity for her operatic ability, added immeasurably in insuring the success of the local presentations of the Miami Opera Guild. The Miami Guild, by the way, ranks fourth in the United States. The comment at this time is directed to our "friends" of the "exclusive" circle who wined and dined the star, a member of the Jewish Faith. The reception was held at the swanky and restricted Surf Club. Ft. Lauderdale "society" likewise entertained Miss Resnick at a restricted club. We wonder whether these places are fit for further use now that they have been "violated." Aged Auxiliary Of Miami Holds Purim Festival Gala Festival and Purim ball 1 on ill Conduct Zionist Meeting Zionist youth will take the program of the next monthly meeting of Miami Beach Zionist district. Tuesday, 8:15 at the Misponsored by theMiami Ladies | ami Beach Jewish Community auxiliary to the Jewish Home for center. the Aged will be held Saturday Young Judoeans will present a night in the Grossinger Pancoast song festival which they recentlj hotel, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami conducted under the direction of Beach, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Junior President Mrs. Samuel Beck has announced that Mrs. Isidor Cohen and Mrs. Joe Zalis are Fluorine Salts Subject Of Dental Broadcast The i xpanding role of %  urbing dental decay among children will be dramatized on the National Broad pany net : y." to be NBC radio staI p m. E %  20th. Thelocal outlet will be Ha;'as r ah and Masada have planradio station WIOD. ned a Chalutziut play interspersed with Palestinian folk chairman and co-chairman of the dancing and singing. A thirtyaffair. A surprise floor show has minute forum on the topic -Youth been planned for the entertainment. Mrs. Herman Stein, social and welfare worker from Cleveland, will assist the women with the evening's affair and address the gathering. The winter resident who reportedly belongs to every important Jewish organization in her home town, has among her major activities the Othodox Old Home, the Orthodox Jewish Children's Home, the American Jewish Congress, Hadassah, Zionist society and the Jewish Center of Cleveland. She will remain here until April 14. Members of the Miami auxiliary on the committee for tomorrow's ball Include: Mrs. Lawrence Beck, Mrs. Murray Beck, Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, Mrs. Sid Covner, Mrs. Sam Geltner, Mrs. Irving Hirsch, Mrs. Cecelia Kasov, Mrs. Nat Katz, Mrs. David Pottash, Mrs. Harry Shargaa. Views the Present Crisis" will be conducted by Junior Hadassah. Masada and IZFA. Mendel N. Fisher, executive director of the Jewish National fund of America, will present Golden Book certificates to directors who have distinguished themselves byservice to the cause of the organization. Those to be rewarded are: Dr. David S. Andron, Jack Burris, Bertram Miller, Seymour Rubin, Harold Shapiro and Edward Singer. This p: igram nsored in Medical American I It will include a report by Dr. Lon W, M rrey i in-chief of the Journal of the American Dental A tion, of the recent advances madi dental so n the use of fluoride salts as a weapon against Which strikes apach 100 Americans. Dr. Herbert I Hendricks, president of the Miami Dental Society urges that parents listen to the program. I oiijii-i-ss Women Receive Dr. Wise Greater Miami Chapters of Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress honored Dr. Stephen Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress, and his daughter Judge Justin Wise with a reception in Temple Beth Sholom yesterday afternoon. Louis Glasrer. president of the division, presented Dr. Wise to the assembled congress members. Rabbi Leon Kronish delivered the invocation and Cantor Samuel Kflemor rendered several selections accompanied by Joseph Schreibman. Mrs. Lewi-: Julien was in charge of the program. Clarence Cohen, president of the Miami Beach chapter, and Mis. Sidney St^pkin, president. Miami, were assisted in honoring new members and serving relents by tieir officers and board members. Miami Orthodox Plans Purim Festivities The festival of Purim will be ushered in Wednesday evening at Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation with the reading of the Megillah at 7 p.m. Rabbi Murray Grauer will speak prior to the reading of the Scroll of Esther. Detroit Symphony Under Karl Krueger. conductor, the Detroit Symphony orchestra will be presented by the University of Miami on Saturday. April 3, at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. Tickets for the performance may be obtained in the Symphony office, room 204 of the main campus administration building, or at the downtown ticket office, 340 S.E. First St. Beth David synagogue wUJ hold a public seder April the building. Information is directed to the office of the congregation. ^_____ Children will have their Purim program at 4:30 p.m Refreshments will be served to the students by a Sisterhood committee. A .u Si> !" m r formal conclusion of the Tractate of Mood of the Babylonian Tjlrr.ud by the Chevra Mishnayus of the congregation will take place Thursday at 6 p.m. Purim Radio Program u TJ) e Miami and Miami Beach Ys" together with the Bureau 01 Jewish Education will present a rjfteen minute u-orded broadcast on the Literary Significance "t Purim over station WKAT March 25th at 2:45 p.m., it was announced by Herman Fried. music director of the Beach "Y Je*istnrriiiaf Published ev.ry Friday since "* By Th. Jewish Floridian at izo • Sixth Street. Miami 1. 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PAGE FOURTEEN v-Anist' ncrid&M7 FRIDAY. M ARCH 19, %  Political Roundup (Continued from Page 10) Judge David J. Heffernan of the civil court of record has qualified for re-election. He is running from Group one. months in 1940-41. Robert H. Givens, Jr., candidate for circuit court in this district, will seek the position of the incumbent Judge Ross Williams. A native of Tampa, he served there as deputy clerk of the U.S. District court foi two years. Givens has been actively engaged in general practice of law in Tampa and Miami since 1932 except for time on active military duty in World War II. During his four years active duty Civens rose from a private to be discharge a colonel in the Field Artillery. The candidate was recently chairman of the Law Enforcement committee of Dade County Bar association, and is author of a book on political and economic effects of chainstore merchandising which has sold over 5.000 copies throughout the world. Running for re-election in the May primaries from the 11th Judicial district is Circuit Court Judge N. Vernon Hawthorne. He has been serving on the bench since his appointment in December, 1945, when Judge Paul D. Barnes was elevated to the supreme court. A former judge of the court of crimes, Hawthorne is a past president of the Dade Bar association. Joseph Otto ofsJJCey West will oppose Judge Aquilino Lopez. Jr.. for circuit judge in the primary election. He had been judge of the circuit from 1944 till 1945 when Governor Spessard I. Holland was chief evecutive of the state. Governor Millard Caldwcll declined to reappoint him. A native of Key West Otto served in France with the infantry during World War I. Later he attended University of Florida law school. He has practiced m Key West. Tavernier and Miami. Appointed to bench of the circuit court in 1946 to fill the vacancy of Judge Richard H. Hunt. Judge Charles A. Carroll has announced his candidacy for thut post in the May primaries Carroll who began practicing law in Miami in 1925, has never held public office prior to his appointment. He served in both world wars and for 18 months was coast guard legal officer in the Seventh Naval district with the rank of lieutenant commander. Judge George E. Holt, appointed to the circuit curt by Governor Spessard L. Holland in 1941 after he had served three terms as spokesman in the house oi representatives i Dad. county is standing for re-election to his office. Born in Nashville. Tenn.. he received his law degree from Vandcrbilt in 1925, and came to Miami a month ...dilation. Key West representative in this district's circuit court. Judge Aquilino Lopez. Jr., is standing for .e-election to that post. Judge Lopez was appointed in 1945 after having served as city attorney at Key West from 1937 to 1941 and as U.S. rent attorney there in 1944. 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 Clear-water 2567 for reservation. Mrs. Mildred J. Park, Ml Truxton Drive, Miami i filed on the Republican ticket for the state legislatun county, Group III. Mrs Pa k native of Wilmington, Delaware. and was educated there. she is chairman of the Welfare Board of the Miami Si P.T.A. and a members of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Amei ican Legion Post 117. She is also a member of the Miami Sp::im> Presbyterian church and recording Senior Judge Ross Williams, the secretary ,,, tu Women's Republonly member of the circuit court jcan clu|) ||f I)l(lc Countyi .„,.. of this district who has been elected to office, will run again in the May primaries. He first became a circuit judge when he | Amnion Mc( Pierce was appointed by Governor Fred trus row r m ade f rmal ""' P. Cone to fill the unexpired term nouncemenl fh of the late Judge H. F. Atkinson. !l "' -' %  loner He was re-elected in 1941. of agricultu In his announcement, tn< former reading clerk for the state house iif r< i ves i xpressed the belief that agents charged with gasoline and pencillion inspection, weights measures, etc.. should be removed from the commission's jurisdiction, He also advocated a state purchasing department, agricultural research and a me: it system for employees. Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae club welcomed two new members : ,t its regular meeting on Wednesday, March 17 at the home of Mrs Robert Rosen, 2776 S.W. 29th Ave. Mis Harry Rosenfeld and Mrs Victor Reiter were formerly members of the Pittsburg Alumnae group. Mrs. Rosen reported on the ss of the building fund campaign for the local chapter at the University of Miami. Cards and man jong will follow the business session. Judge Marshall C. Wisehcart will stand for re-election as a member of the circuit court from this judicial district. The forme: legislator was appointed to the bench by Governor Holland in 1943 and won a fight to retain his post when attacked by another judge. He had been a member of the 1943 legislature which raised circuit court judges salaries. EXPERT RUG CLEANING ALL TEXTURES Free Pick-up and Delivery Prompt Service A TLAS Moving and Storage Warehouses 243 S. W. 6th St. Call 9-7654 MIAMI'S LEADING EMPLOYMENT SERVICE EMPLOYERS SERVICE OFFICES IN PRINCIPAL SOUTHERN CITIES Suite 615, Seybold Bldq. 36 N. E. 1st Street Phone 3-0822 Judge Stanley Milledge has announced his intention to run for circuit court in the 11th Judicial district. Appointed in 1945 he is a former state attorney and had served as a circuit judge for six FACE LIFTING WITHOUT SURGERY PAPAYA enzyme peel, professional treatment. Papaya Cream, home treatment. 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PAGE TWELVE Lauderdale Hears Cantor Raab Cantor Irving H. Raab. brother of Rabbi David Raab of Fort Lauderdale will be guest vocalist at the regular Friday night services this evening in Temple Emanu-El. knistfleridr&r FRIDAY. MARCH 19. i 948 Cantor Irving H. Raab Cantor Raab. who has yiven many conceits throughout the country and South America recently, was born in Palestine and began his musical studies there. He a'tended the Shulamith (' %  nservatory of Music in Tel-Aviv and then continued his training in New York. Several concerts have been planned for him in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood and Miami, at which the cantor will lender liturgical and folk melodies and the new Palestinian songs. NURSE Can accommodate one or two in beautiful home on the Beach. Strictly Kosher Kitchen PHONE 58-2014 Flora it. Hickoy CORSETIERE and DESIGNER Formerly of Flora Corset Shop 104 S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-5317 — 9-8727 61 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES — SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of parking in rear) 1304 N. E. 2nd AVE. Phone 9-3144 RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses MescheloH; Cantor Louis J. Feder. Sabbath eve children', service at ,. m vault Friday evening Bervlcea .t P E?45 Ckilna Prldaj i.l*ht forum : ,;;M hK JffwSSS m ornlni; aervlo. l\ 8 30 Rabbi trill epeah on th. \ Call %  "'V %  for teen age youth at 9 am under the supervision ot thBoard of Education. Junior c g3S ror children of elem, Ik Rabbi will weak on th. P rWe ek. Sunday echo, at ... Dally school from 5:30 to I purim services Wedneaday ,1 %  ;'.i Shualtan Purlm Friday. Congregalion Beth Tfilah. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovefcy. p d .... at 6 p.m. Saturday morning flrsl n at a.m., second ai 13 Rabbi Backovsky win conduct the service and Bpeak on the subjecl We Ar< To Be Counted ,!';,„ i,„ B peak on the Portion of the Week at 1:30 p.m M %  ">•''•' •"„ %  s „„, followed by Bhakw Beudoa. Maarlv follows i-ally.mon.im; sen ,,.„ firat mlnyan at ? a m l '" 1 "'In Mlshna. Seoond mlnyan ,i Dally Mlncha s< rvlces at p.m. followed by a class In Jewish law and customs Followed by ma i %  Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening • P !" Concluding late Friday night forum at 8 13 %  m. Isaac Joffe win b. ... His topic is "ClvHljatlon at ti„. Crossroad as the Jew Bees it. \n Oneg Shabbat follows. Saturday • nlor services at 8j3n a m. Rabbi April win speak on A Spiritual • ,.,., 0 f ufe."> Junior service ; ,i 10 30 n m. conducted by the junior rgation Refreshments served b } the ladles Mlncha at m followed by Shalos Seudoa. Rabbi will speak on the r.-rtion or thi Week Sunday school at i<> a.m. Hebrew school daily 3:16 t" 8:15 p.m. A s| ial i-: 'li"S of the Mcglllah Wednesday at 7 pm. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ava. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at 6:4b I. III Frldaj night forum at 8:80 p.m.. concluding forum of the series this <.-,,v Rabbi Grauer will speak on •:., vitlcus ... A Book of Sacrifices. Refreshments "ill be served by %  sisterhood committee. Service* Bat., in Late service ai i m Rabbi will preach on the W..1.IN Portion of the Law. .Mlncha at '1 p.m. foil..weil by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school al 10 a.m. l'aiiy reschool ;i :i" to 8:80 p.m. Reading o! the Megillah Wednesday at I P m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services at 8:13 p.m Rabbi Shapiro will speak • .II "The Power to Remember is the Essence ..f ClvlUaatlon." Blsterhood will be hosts t.. the members of ">e ration, P.T.A., and Men's ciuo al a reception In the auditorium immediately aftei ei • li es. They have also made the floi ff> ing. Sabbath services al 8:30 a m. Marvin, son ol Mi and Mrs Max Shlafrock, will become Bai Mitivah. Student servli. i at 10:30 p.m. During assembly Sunday morning at 10 a.m. students of the Sunday and Hebrew schools will have a costume party in celebration of Purlm. Marionette show and refreshments are planned. Members of the P.T.A. will be hosts Wednesday evening will usher in the Festival of Purlm. Th.. Boroll of Ks%  WWW : : %  """ daj as Vesteryi Miami Beach Jewish CommunCantor Jacob Y. Goldnng.,, fe ss0" rfe Frldaj %  '" '" LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Prldaj evening service, t > %  | ,,,,,, ; K „ will Mil" he subject "Lefs Writ. A N Purlm Megillah scrWce at ii.. Sunday sen %  •" %  for children from th. ag< > %  High hchool ol Jewish s( Sunday morning, : a.m for young and over •£ reW cuuw, -. alternat. weekday afternoons, boys and girls ages .". %  to I.; surser hool, children from i to p.nh morning • REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Jewish Con^unity Cnj I 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Religious se.vi.es Friday evening. R; bid Kaufman will npeak on the subject "The Meaning of sacrifice. M, ,id Ml*. Mvinan Tollman will ,,. boita for the Oneg Shabbat follow,.",,„. services and also following Saturdaj morning servi.es which are al 10 a.m. Sabbath ,. sendees at 8:15 p.m. dues) speak, r will be Dr. II Franklin Williams. Dean of the College <" U-ti and Sciences, and profes i at the University ol Miami His topic will be "Can A Historian the Future with Hope'"' th. l-uiure wnn nope •••ceptlon follows wiih Mrs. Adolph Wertheim.-r. Sisterhood house chairman in charge of refreshments. Mis. Maxwell Hyman will recite the blessings ovei the Sabbath Lights Sabbath morning Bervlei at n am. Temple Emanu-El, 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at s p.m. Rabbi Raab will conduct the service and preach on the subject "Purlm: Festival oi Lota." He will read the Megillah, the scroll of Bather, relating the story of the deliverance ol Israel oul of the hand of the oppressor Children of th.religious school will participate In the ceremonies. Feature or the evening will be the appearan. f Cantor Irving II Raab of New York and I,os Angeles, brother of the rabbi, who will render several musical selectlone. Hadassah Holds Double Celebration Miami Beach Business and Professional Division of Hadassah will celebrate the Purlm festival and Hadassah'a 36th birthday, at their meeting Monday, 8:30 p.m. at the Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road. Miss Dorothy Lightman. program chairman, has arranged a special program with an "Information Please-Purim Quiz" and a ceremony celebrating the 36th birthday of the founding of Hadassah. Mrs. Miriam Feigenbaum of Cleveland, will present artistic musical numbers. She is a dramatic soprano, residing in Miami Beach for the winter season. She has broadcasted on the NBC radio station and has done extensive entertainment for the USO. and has also presented musical conceits in Cleveland. Her accompanist will be Miss Charlotte Davis, who is a member of the group. Palestinian dances will be presented by Miss Louise Raphael. a Miami University student, who has traveled through Europe. Special Purim refreshments will be served. Miami Y Awards lies. Athlete* Athlethic Award night was he M last Monday at the Miami YM &YWHA. Prizes, medals, trophic and flags were awarded to per sons of the Intramural Basket ball team of the "Y." Because of the absence 0 f Charles H. Cohen, chairman of the athletic committee. Abe Cutler presided. The awards were made by Cutler, Sam Seitlin and Max Jacobson. Short talks were given by Maurice Grossman, executive director, and M J. Kopelowitz. chairman of the finance committee. High scoring champion n f "Strand" was Gordon Einhorn with 153 points; "Dux." Allan Lorber. 153 points. Most improved player of "Seitlin" was Irwir. Moore; hard luck player, Herbert Hirsch; sportsmanship awards, "Seitlin" Donald Matlin, "AZA 517" Dennis GitHn! "Strand" Sanford Feinman, "Pip. ers" Donald Berkowitz. "AZA 322" Robert Speigelman, "Shenandoah" Charles Pielsch, "AZA 517" Robert Hurwitz. "Stylecraft" Mitz Scott, "Dux" Marvin Zalis, and "Shenandoah" Arthur Pepper. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 1948 fJewisti fhorSdiaifi PAGE THREE Pepper e -Qotes" crrot from the addrets of "tor Claude Pepper at the open.no of the Combined Jewish Appeal last Sunday. ••If it is necessary to implement the United Nations' decision by force of arms, I'll vote for America to do her full share. For if the UN is to mean anything, it m ust be supported by the nations w ho make it up." "The United States should a little more clearly identify herse lf with emancipation of the world's subjugated people, and not be afraid or shamed to become the militant champion of democracy and the oppressed." Arabs are being permitted to "draw on the markets of the world for their guns," while the United States is denying the Jews the right to purchase weapons in this country. This is to invite invasion by the Arabs of Palestine or the inevitable day when America and other nations will have to use force to defend their own solemn devision in the partition. Palestine today presents the question, as to whether the UN organization shall complete its emasculation of its commitment by repudiating its righteous decision. Council Initiates English Classes Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women has inaugurated a program of English classes for residents of the community who are of foreign birth. Classes will be under the direction of Mrs. Joel Belov, who has been associated with the Council jn its citizenship department for several years. Beginning Monday, March 22, classes may be attended at the Miami Beach YM & WHA Mondays from 8 to 9:30 p.m.; and at the Miami Y Thursday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Belov is planning to teach advanced or conversational English as well as reading and writing to any who may desire it. Also included in the curriculum will be simple lecetures on American history. There will be no registration fee or any other charge in connection with the program. Information is directed to the office of the council at 3-6554. If it does the action will prove ,i mortal blow and will write a miserable chapter, not only to UN history but to that of the United States as well. With the partition decision now up to the Big Five, only the 1 tSates and the U.S.S.R. are in a position to give justice to the Jew and sanctuary to the persecuted. The UN partition decision, was necessarily a compromise and not what historical justice demanded, but it did return to the society of nations the Jewish state which has ever lived in Jewish hearts. "One of the least noble pages of British history, was the decision to have no part of implementing the UN judgment in Palestine." CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN! Reasonable Rates Protect Your Car for Longer, Dependable Service MACK'S GARAGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9906 S. .1. Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Use. Also for Hebrew Schools. ansD -DID Telephone 5-1017 Essen f Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work r Phone 3-6924 Ettimatea Cheerfully Given Solon Fieldman Reviews Maurice Schwartz Book By Dr. Wolfson "Spinoza: A Life of Reason" by Dr. Abraham Wolfson, will be reviewed tomorrpw at 3 p.m. at the Spinoza forum, 124 11th St., Miami Beach, by Solon Fieldman, author and lecturer. The guest speaker, who was for fifteen years the chairman of the Debating forum at Carnegie hall, New York, will be present to answer questions pertaining to the life and philosophy of Baruch Spinoza. Other regular weekly lectures include that of Charles H. Lee at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, on Astronomy, and Dr. Morris Schneer Wednesday evening, on Psychology for Better Living Jewish Musical Hour Jan Bart tenor recordings heads the list of selections made by Jacob Schachter for his Jewish Musical Hour this weekend. Heard over station WBAY on Fridays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at 10 a.m., the program will include vocalists Sidor Belarsky, Molly Picon and Aaron Lebedoff. To Appear Here Maurice Scnwariz, well known character role artist, will be presented at the Miami Beach High school auditorium April 4 at 8:30 p.m. Appearing here upon the invitation of Jacob Schachter of the Jewish Musical radio program, Schwartz will portray some of the character parts which have made him famous. The director of New York's Yiddish Art theater plans to highlight his program with "Shylock and His Daughter," most popular of his acts. No other actors will be used to assist him. 'Dont's' Of Speaking Discussed By Council The fundamentals of public speaking will be handled at the next public speaking forum, sponsored by Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, to be held at YM & WHA, 1536 Bay Road, Miami Beach, today at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Bernard Fuller and Mrs. Julius Mufson will present the "Don'ts of Public Speaking." The program will be rounded out by group participation in extemporaneous speaking on current subjects. A tea hour follows. Council's scholarship fund benfit from the proceeds of these public speaking forums. TODAY'S FILM PESTS!I SPOIL FOOD DESTROY PROPERTY SPREAD DISEASE FOR COMPLETE PEST CONTROL CALL 449 W. Flagler St. Phone 3-4848 ORKIN COMPLETE PEST CONTROL 1 %  %  %  THE 7Z>doea*u(/l4MC& OF MODERN BUILDING... // It takes concrete to build modern homes, schools, hospitals and institutions...skyscrapers, industrial plants, highways and airport runways. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 fJewistiflcrictian PAGE FIVE June Plans For >|iss Bernstein A June wedding is planned by Miss Gloria Elaine Bernstein and Louis Lawrence Berger, Jr., whose engagement was announc,.,l B t a dinner party in the Savoy plaza in New York Sunday. r Gloria Elaine Bernstein Miss Bernstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bernstein of 2543 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, attended the University of Wisconsin and was graduated from the University of Miami. She is •i number of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Berger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Berger, Buffalo, N. Y. A graduate of Nickols schools in Buffalo and Brown university, he is a member of Pi Limbda Phi. Temple Ladies Entertain Miss Helen Strauss National director of the House of Living Judaism projects for Temple Sisterhoods, Miss Helen L. Strauss of New York, will be entertained here on Monday, March 29, with a luncheon at Huylers' restaurant by the executive board of Temple Israel Sisterhood. Visiting Miami to interest Sisterhood members in the work of providing headquarters and a cultural center for the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and its affiliates, Miss Strauss is also scheduled to appear before the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood. Sisterhood members interested in House of Living Judaism work may also attend the luncheon. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Stella Hantman, 3-0563, or Mrs. Henry Hirsch, 48-4269. Both present members of the board and the nominees for next years board to be announced this month are being invited to attend the luncheon. Members of the nominating committee are Mrs. Monte Selig, chairman, Mrs. William D. Singer, Mrs. Max Holtzberg, Mrs. Ada E. Joseph, and Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter. Miss Weintrub Engagement Told Miss Betty Ann Weintrub will become Mrs. Erwin Barrett Marshall on April 4, according to announcement by her mother, Mrs. Harry Weintrub of 1059 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. Marshall is the son of Mrs. Frieda Cramer, Amsterdam, N. Y. Miss Heyman, Kaplan Reveal Betrothal Announcement has been made of the betrothal of two University of Miami students, Miss Roberta Mae (Bobbie) Heyman and Herbert H. Kaplan, by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Heyman of 1669 West Ave., Miami Beach. Miss Heyman, a graduate of Miss Ratner. Singer Plan May Wedding Mr. ;;nd Mrs. Michael Ratner of 820 Michigan Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter. Hilda, to Ralph Singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Singer, Tl!ii Lenox Ave., all of Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish is to unite the couple May 9 in Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Miss Ratner, a graduate of Miami Beach High school, attended Pennsylvania State College. She is currently affiliated with the office of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A veteran of 5 years with the navy, the prospective bridegroom I as a chief petty officer in the Pacific theater of war. 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Robert Bergens, Mildred Berkowitz, Nat Blumberg, Esther Cohen, Harvey Dwoskin, Mrs. Harvey Dwoskin, Milton Friedman, Leonora Jackson, Mrs. Ben Markowitz, Dorothy M. Marx, Mrs. S. B. Miller, S. B. Miller, Hy Oren, George Rachlin, Herbert Rubin, Louis Seitlin, George Wolpert, Mrs. J. F. Weinstein. Iladassah Donor Lunch Aids HMO Miami Group of Hadassah will hold their first ten dollar donor luncheon on Wednesday, March 31, at the Martinique hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. H. C. Moser, chairman, Mrs. J M. Fishman. co-chairman, and their committee are urging all members and their friends to attend. Proceeds will go to the Hadassah Medical Organization in Palestine. Mrs. David Greenberg of New York City, and member of the National Board of Hadassah, who has just returned from Palestine, will be the principal speaker. Sara Bracken Carney, violinist, accompanied by her husband, Harry Carney, will be guest soloist. Mr. and Mrs. Carney are both members of the University of Miami Symphony. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs, Albert Ladd, 48-5548 and Mrs. Fred Ochs, 3-3238. LEGAL NOTICE Betty Ann Weintrub The bride-elect was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami. She is vice presidentelect of the Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, advisor to the Winx and Dora August chapters of B'nai B'rith Girls, and is a secretary of the 5th district, B'nai B'rith Women. Marshall i-. at present a student at the university. He served two and a half years with the U.S. Marine Corps in the Phillippines and China. is NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS IIKIUOI'.Y OIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to enwige in business under tho fictitious name of MEL.VIN TKXTILE8 at 438 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Moriila. intends to reslst.-i said name with the Clerk of Hi.. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. David Blaleck, Inc., a Florida corporation. AMDS BICNJA.MIN Attorney for David Bialeck, Inc. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 Miss Roberta Heyman Miami Beach High school, majoring in English at the university where she is a junior. The bride-elect is a member of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kaplan, 636 Tenth St., Miami Beach, Kaplan attended New York schools and served in the Army for two and one-half years. He is now a seniors at the university and a member of the honorary pre-medical club there. No date has been set for the wedding. Dancing Lessons Given Junior High Students A new project for boys and girls of junior high school age has been inaugurated for Monday nights at the Miami "Y." Instructions are given the children in all types of modern ballroom dancing as well as old fashioned folk dancing. The class was started and organized by Miss Ruth Rosenheim. student at the Ohio State School of Cocial Work, at Columbus Ohio, who has just completed her field work with the Miami "Y." Children of junior high school age are invited to participate in this program every Monday night. Coral Gables Center Plans Purim Party Coral Gables Jewish center is holding a Purim party Saturday evening, March 27 at the Coral Gables Women's club. According to an announcement by the chairman, Mrs. A. Edgar Miller, an orchestra for dancing and refreshments have been planned. Tickets for $2.00 may be purchased at the door. Next regular meeting of the organization will be held Sunday. April 4 at Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. "Phases of the Inheritance Tax Laws" will be the subject of a talk by Albert Bernstein, Miami attorney, when he addresses the members of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith luncheon club today, 12:15 p.m., in the Downtowner, Seybold Arcade. Miami B & P Women A program in observance of Jewish Music Month will highlight the regular cultural meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Division. Miami Chapter of Hadassah. The group will meet on Monday evening, at 8:30 p. m.at the Miami Y. Miss Lillian Drexler is chairman of the arrangements committee. The Sisterhood of the MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER PRESENTS A MUSICAL COMEDY "PURIM IN ABYSSINIA" (Sisterhood Members Comprise Entire Cast) MONDAY EVENING. MARCH 22nd, 1948, at 8 P.M. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium 1410 Drexel Avenue Fifty cent Donation accepted at door to be used toward scholarship fund RUTH BROTMAN Music Laureate Scholarship Paris Conservatoire SPECIALIZING IN SINGING AND VOICE PLACEMENT For information call 5-3042 Open for weddings and club engagements THE WORLD-FAMOUS SARATOGA MINERAL WATERS GEYSER HATHORN AND COSEA SARATOGA VICHY Delivered Right to Your Door Without Any Extra Charge Also Soft Drink*—Beer—Win* Call 48-9248 HOME BEVERAGE SERVICE 2206 8. W. 27th Dr. C. F. McClamma Optometrist ANNOUNCES the opening of a new office on Miami Beach MIAMI BEACH 7107 Collins Avenue Dr. Frank J. Recio. Associate Phone 6-4195 16 Years In Greater Miami LITTLE RIVER 248 N. E. 79th Street Phone 7-4526 JACOB SCHACHTER PRESENTS MAURICE SCHWARTZ (Distinguished Director and Star of the Yiddish Art Theatre of New York) Accompanied by String Ensemble In His World Renowned Characterization of J. L. Peres—Sholem Aleichem—Sholom Ash—I. J. Singer— J. D. Berkowiti—J. Prager—and others with Music by Joseph Rumshinsky — Boris Cogan An evening of HUMOR — SONG AND DRAMA This will be Mr. Schwartz' one and only appearance in Miami Beach Tickets $2.50 — $3.00 SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1948. 8:30 P. M. Miami Beach High School Auditorium Tickets on Sale at Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel, Collins Avenue at 29th Street, and London Arms Hotel, 727 Col? Vvw I



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PAGE TWO Kls^Utnrrirf^n Purim Ball Sunday Hold At Civic Center Sunday's third annual Purim ball in the Civic Center, 35 N.E. 2nd St., will climax weeks of preparation by members of the Miami Hebrew School and Junior congregation. Max Apfelbaum, general chairman, has announced dance contests and surprise events for the affair. Refreshments are under the charge of Mrs. Ben Sokoloff, Mrs. Dave Kleber and Mrs. Morris Ofsowitz. They will be assisted by the Masdames: Herman G. Nelson, Nathan Coulton, David Parnes, Peter Glazer, Sam Schjiwolf. Herman Needelman, Edward Moss, Harry Minkoff, Harry Shear, Hershey Glantz, Jack Stone, Joseph Schwadron, Louis August, Ben Golden, Isadore Fogel, Harry Ross, Ann Braunstein, Nelly Simpkins and Hyman Abromowitz. Ticket reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Herbert Feldan at 3-6191 or the office of the congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. SI. Federation Council To Meet In Atlanta This Weekend Center Sisterhood Presents Original Play A three-act musical comedy produced and directed by Mrs. Irving Lehrman will be presented by the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center Monday at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach Elementary school auditorium, 1420 Washington Ave. Title of the play is "Purim in Abyssinia." Mrs. Philip Abrams is musical director and Mrs. Benjamin Wolff is in charge of properties. Participating in the play are Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, Mrs. Harry Rogers, Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, Mrs. Ira Walsey, Mrs. Sam Weissen, Mrs. Theodore Hankoff, Mis. Benjamin Greene, Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Ben Greenwald, Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. Benjamin Kohn, Mrs. Maurice Nilditch and Mrs. William Iver. Chairmen for the evening are Mrs. Hankoff and Mrs. Greene. Leaders of thirty-five Southeastern communities will gather for the annual assembly of the Southeastern Region Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, at the Ansley hotel, Atlanta, Ga., March 20-21. it was announced by Isaac Heller. Regional president. "The annual conference of our region is the most significant meeting of Jewish leadership in the South." Heller commented. "It represents the best opportunity for our communal leaders to meet together for frank and full discussion of the responsibilities and problems of our organized Jewish communities." In response to questions in regard to the current and critical situation in Palestine on the part of the Southeastern leadership. Ben-Zion Elan, noted Palestinian war hero, will present a factual analysis of the Palestinian scene today. Mr. Elan is a veteran of the Palestine Jewish Brigade which fought through the famous North African desert campaigns with the British 8th Army. Following the end of hostilities in Europe. committee members in Miami are: Baron dc Hirsch Meyer. Max Orovitz, Herbert E. Scher, Monte Selig, William D. Singer and Stanley C. Myers, national president ami past regional president. Chamber Of Commerce Elects Alex Balfe !" PAY L MARCH 19. Water Heaters ELECTRIC REPAIRED and REBUILT ALL MAKES Miami Water Heater Co. 2452 N. W. 36th St. Phone 9-3070 \Mr. Elan served with the Central Refugee Committee organized by the Jewish Brigade to assist in the rescue of Jewish children and others formerly held by the N as concentration camp prisoners and slave laborers. He represented his country at the InterAsian Relations Conference last year in New Delhi, India. The experienced soldier and officer is also a member of the Jewish security forces in Palestine. Of particular interest to the regional leaders who attend this annual meeting of federations and welfare funds is the women's session. This marks the first time a separate women's session has been held. Mr. Shulhufer noted, and gives recognition to the increasing importance of women in our central communal organizations. This session will be chaired by Mrs. Donald Oberdorfer of Atlanta, and will hear a presentation on the role of women in federations and welfare funds as well as in campaigning by Mrs. Monte Selig of Miami. The Council of Jewish Federations is an association of 268 member federations, welfare funds and Jewish community councils. The Southeastern Regional office is in New Orleans. Executive Ask for KOSHER ZION Products crt your Local Delicatessen If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products Call This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2*141 Belarsky Concert To Benefit Zionist Youth Sidor Belarsky will present a series of now Yiddish and Palestinian songs, on Saturday, March 27th. at 8:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach High school auditorium. The artist has just returned from Palestine tour. In charge of arrangements are Jacob Fishman, S. A. Goodman and Murray Goodman. Proceeds from the conceit will go to the local Zionist Youth Commission, for continuance of educational work of the Zionist Youth Groups, Junior Hadassah. Masada, Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America and Young Judaea. Tickets are available at the office of the Miami Beach Zionist District, in the National hotel; and the office of the Zionist Youth Commission, room 219, 927 Lincoln Boad. Alex Balfe has been re-elected president of the Miami Chamber of Commerce Other officers are Raymond M. Miller, first vice president; Dr. W. H. 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lU^wiislbJEIIiDipidliigun VOLUME 21—NUMBER 11 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS DRIVE PASSES MILLION I m New Record Set As Workers Strive For Unprecedented 'Destiny' Quota Big Four Seek Truce For Palestine War LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—An effort to cbtablish an armistice in Palestine between the Jews and the Arabs was made this week by the Big Powers in a call for a truce addressed to the Palestine Arab Higher Committee, asking whether the Arab body "would be prepared to enter into the necesnry arrangements to bring about in effective truce in Palestine." Wednesday night it was understood that the four powers tentatively agreed to request immediate steps by the United Nations Mcurity council to end the warlire in Palestine. The United States, Russia, France and China also decided to ask for a council declaration that it would not allow any threat to peace to exist in the Holy Land. Only differences on one secondary point kept the four conferees from final agreement on the text of a compromise report to be submitted to the council •hen it again takes up the Palestine issue Friday morning. Presumably, the four powers would then ask for a little more time to formulate specific recommendations for dealing with the Holy Land fighting. Britain has fused to take part in the emerlency consultations on implementation of the wavering UN partition scheme. Soviet representative Andrei Gromyko did not join in "* call for trucei A Jewish Agency spokesman Micated that the Jews would be Prepared to accept a truce proWing: first, that the Arabs show ood faith, second, that the truce %  backed by United Nations wee or threat of force; and, third, jw step s be taken to remove the Arab terrorists who infillewish Conference Cancels Planned Session ^ W YORK, March ll-The JjfSency Session of the delerl 0f the American Jewish Jf'wence. scheduled to be held ?*> 21 m N ew York City, been cancelled. •M decismn was taken at a !" meeting of the Interim ft m held on Wednesday, Jewish -i Af ler review >ng recent n developments in PalesComJ 1 !! Eur Pe, the Interim ffS r C0,ded its convic 6* JJT, the emergency situaj. *aich called the conference m ia t continues." trated Palestine from neighboring countries. The call for a truce was issued following consultations between the representatives of the United States, China and France, and Isa Nakheh, representative of the Arab Higher Committee. Gromyko participated in the talks only as a by-stander, asking no questions. To the questions asked by Senator Warren Austin and other Big Power UN delegates the Arab representative read a prepared statement declaring that the Higher Committee rejects any discussions which involve partition. Negotiations on this subject will continue prior to the scheduled session of the Council. In the meantime, it was agreed that no impression is to be given by any of the participating powers that the Council wishes to avoid action on Palestine. Bill Introduced To Admit DP's WASHINGTON. (JTA) — A new bill to admit 400,000 displaced persons from Europe to the United States within the next four years will be introduced in the House, it was learned here. The proposal—which was drafted by Rep. James G. Fulton, of Pennsylvania—was described as an alternative to the bill reported out of committee to the Senate last week, which calls for the admission of 100,000 DP's over a two-year period. The Fulton Bill will be supported by Rep. Jacob K. Javits, of New York, as well as by a number of other Congressmen. It contains certain features designed to appease opponents of the original Stratton Bill, which also called for the admission of 400,000 DP's in four years. Battle Casualties JERUSALEM. (JTA)-Thirtysix Arabs were killed and 50 wounded and seven Jews were killed and four injured on Sunday when Haganah men defending the settlement of Gath, in the Negev, broke through Arab siege lines which were established around the colony Saturday. Approximately 75 Arabs and 15 Jews died 'and more than 100 were wounded during the week-end one of the bloodiest battles of the entire war. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN SAYS GOAL IN SIGHT AS $1,029,426 REPORTED AT MEETING The 1948 Combined Jewish. Appeal for $1,489,925 passed the million dollar mark at the third report meeting last Wednesday. The meeting followed a luncheon at Manning's Restaurant. The session was dedica Joseph R. Stein, campaign chairman, paid tribute to the hotel workers for their "splendid efforts." Introducing Irving Frankel, co-chairman of the unit, who presided over the meeting in the absence of Marcie Liberman, chairman of the Hotel Unit, Mr. Stein said, "The Hotel Unit has taken on a truly terrific piece of work this year and is doing a superhuman job, sparing no effort by day and by night. We consider Irving Frankel, the co-chairman, a human dynamo." Mr. Frankel, in taking over the chair, paid full recognition to his fellow workers in the hotel industry and stated, "The hotel industry has, in effect, conducted a campaign within a campaign. We feel not only a responsibility to give because of our relationship to our home community, but because we recognize the obligation of showing the way to the many tourists with whom we come in contact in the hope that when they return to their own communities they will follow our example and use our attainments a yardstick for their own endeavors." He emphasized the zeal and sincerity of his co-workers, and gave special mention to his co-chairmen, Joseph Gardner and Sam Lachman, and to Murray Maurer. Mr. Frankel then introduced Jan Bart, who entertained the audience of campaign volunteer workers with a group of songs. Reports of the various units were rendered as follows: Metropolitan Unit, George Chertkof reporting for Miami and Rabbi Leon Kronish for ed to the Hotel Unit. Miami Beach, $11,463, making a total to date of $32,028. Women's Division, Mrs. George Chertkof reporting, $1,719; total to date, $80,029. Young Adults, Joe Pardo reporting, $409; total, $2,545'. Trades Unit, Harry Saffer reporting, $39,619; total, $479,924. Winter Residents, Jack Ablin reporting, $23,150; total, $100,610. Hotel Unit, Joseph Gardner reporting, $30,095; total, $324,380. This brings the total amount reported to $1,029,426. Morris Mass, Campaign Director, in announcing the figure thus far obtained stated that this marked the passing of a milestone, indicating that the Miami Jewish community has now evolved from a small community to the status of a large city which has come of age and imposes the responsibility of living up> to that status. He also declared, "This marks the first time in the history of our community that any annual campaign has raised more than one million dollars." Jacob Sher, president of Federation, congratulated the workers, stating, "We can see our goal in sight, but there still remains much work to be done if we are to reach it," and urged all workers to attend' the next report meeting Sunday, March 21, at Manning's Restaurant. Boutonierres were presented to the members of the Hotel and Winter Residents Units as a token of appreciation for their untiring efforts in helping to make the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal a success. Editorial A million dollars was pledged to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal thus far. The sum is the largest amount ever raised in an annual campaign. It is in itself a monumental accomplishment. A million dollars is a lot of money but it is not enough. Every dollar allocated, with the United Jewish Appeal to receive a million dollars of the $ 1,489,92.-)quota, is needed^lesperately needed..The.toughest part of the iob is still ahead. Most of the big gifts are recorded It will take hard work and thorough coverage of thp nmsnects to insure the remainder of the funds to reach he iota We must not forget that, 1948 for the Jewish people is truly the "Year of Destiny."



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PAGE EIGHT *Jenisfncridiari_ **B>M. MARCH 19. %  HIAS Presents Annual Concert Annual HIAS concert will be held in the auditorium of Miami Beach High school Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Miami Beach will be hosts for the affair which is sponsored by the HIAS People's Tourist committee of Greater Miami. Anna Grossberg, Polish actress, vocalist and comedian who has appeared in Yiddish theaters throughout the country, will be the star of the program. accordAnna Grossberg ing to an announcement by chairman. Joseph L. Toper. Other artists included on the program are Michel Rosenberg, popular Jewish comedian currently seen at the Little Roumania; Jan Bart nationally known tenor; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, and the Jewish Folk chorus of Greater Miami, under the direction of Louis Powesky. Anyuta Melicov is to be the accompanist. Proceeds will be given to the national HIAS organization. M i\\ HOME $7,600 We will build on your lot, a fine 2-bedroom CBS, tile bath bungalow. FHA and V. A. approved. Or. bring us your plans for free estimate. NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED BISCAYNE BUILDERS, INC. 7228 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 78-2507 Personally Speaking... Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 1941 NW. 1st St.. is now at home convalescing following her recent illness dunng which she was confined to the hospital. Rev and Mrs. Kalman Shapiro, parents of Rabbi Max Shapiro a^e spending some time here. They are guests at the Helene hotel. Miami Beach. A son, Robert Saul, was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bver of 2131 S.W. 24th Ter. u I Mrs. Sarah Rebecca Smulin has had her son, Raphael L. Smulin and his bride as her house guests. The newly weds, who have just recently completed their training at a Chalufc iarm in Creamridge. N. J.. have taken a trip to Los Angeles after which they are to settle in Seagate, Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Friedman of 1235 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, announce the birth of their son, Howard Daniel. + Miss Millie Smolar and M. Smolar, sister and brother of Boris Smolar, managing editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and Mrs. David Zacher. sister of Mrs. Sarah Smulin, are visiting Mrs. Smulin at her home, 1348 S.W. 2nd St. Mrs. Clara DeKoven, wife of the late Dr. Bernard DeKoven, is leaving Sunday for Chicago to attend the wedding of her granddaughter, Lois, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward DeKoven, to Edward Ritholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ritholzof that city. + In honor of their 46th wedding anniversary, a paTty was given for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millman of 400 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach, Monday by their landlords, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lifschitz. Approximately 50 couples were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Epstein of 4765 N. Bay Rd., Miami Beach, have a new daughter, Deborah Perri. + Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green of Miami Beach celebrated their silver wedding anniversary last Thursday with a dinner at the Robert Richter hotel. Announcement of the engagement of their son, Melvin, to Rosemary Harris, was made at that time. Out-of-town guests here for the double occasion included Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. Eva Stern of Newark, N. J.; Mr. Green's sister, Mrs. Rose Abramson, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marcovici, all of Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Adelman of Louisville, Ky. 1 allows Olebrate 25th Anniv Unveiling Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Sarah Pavlow, wife of Dave Pavlow and mother of Maurice Pavlow and Mrs. Paul Barnett, all of Miami, will take place Sunday, 3 p.m., at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Harry Gordon of Gordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 Beth David Celebrates Purim With Costumes Beth David congregation is planning to celebrate Purim with a costume ball Sunday evening, April 4, at the new Miami Y. Chairmen of the affair are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel August and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer. They will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson, music; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merlin, tickets; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Stiebel, contests; Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz, costun.es; Mr. and Mrs. Hany August, publicity; Mr. and Mrs. Elix Hinkes and Mr. and Mr3. Bernard Schriedele, refreshments. A committee representing P.T.A. and headed by Mr. and Mrs. Max Fc'.dman will assist the Sis'erhood. Get Y O U R Tickets At 311 Washington Ave., Phone 5-6150 For The PURIM VARIETY SHOW An All Star Cast PRESENTED BY SID WHITE SUNDAY, MARCH 28th, 8:30 P. M. (In event of bad weather, Monday) Flamingo Park Bandshell llth Street and Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Sponsored by the Sisterhood of CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Contributions $5, $2 and $1 Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phono 2-3213 CEJWIN CAMPS Port Jervit, N. Y. In the Catskill Mountains Established 1919 -Non-commercial Progressive Educational Camps-Ideal for Jewish boys and girls. Land and w;.tor BiH>rts; a-'Mti.-Mc activities; Jewish cultural Influences. Sabbath and dietary laws observed. Rataa—1350, Bend i"i deacrlptlve booklet. A. P. SCHOOLMAN, Director 231 W. 83rd St., N. Y. 24 CAMP ACHY All GODEFFROY. NEW YORK "Founded by Dr. Samson Benderly" • 22nd Year • Boys-Girls 6-18 • Only 75 mi. NYC • Dietary Laws • Arts, Crafts • Medical Staff e Land, Water Sports e Jewish Cultural Activities a Nature Study. Gardening a Dramatics. Folk Dancing a Competent Supervision a Write for Booklet "V 1534 Collins Av„ M.B., Ph. 58.1808 M. A. BARSHAD -.=<="<' Director r<* rroadway, N.Y.C. 18 BR. 9-0650 Greetings from civic leaders of both here and New York were received by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanow Sunday evening at their silver anniversary celebration in Miami Beach. A dinner party was given for the couple by the management of the Strathaven hotel. Dr. Stephen F. Wise tent his personal greetings through Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom who praised the work that Mrs. Yanow has done as a community worker. Mrs. Yanow. chairman of the Child Rescue Fund of the Pioneer Women, has been active in New York with the American Red Cross. Hadassah, American Jewish Congress and various other service organizations. She has served as a volunteer with the Veterans hospital there for the past four years. The visitor is currently busy soliciting aid to the Yeshiva university. Her grandfather, Zvi Taxin. author of Jewish literature, has much of his work stored in the congressional library. The Yanows, who come from New York, are planning to make their permanent home in Miami. Mr. Yanow is at present manager of the Strathaven. They have two children, a married son and a daughter who is attending the Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach. Appearance of Mrs. Esther Yanow of New York, mother of Joseph Yanow, was planned by Mrs. Yanow as an anniversary surprise for her husband. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lechner. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooperman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sachs. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Taxin. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hess of the Little Roumania and Dr. and Mrs. I. Hanoker, all of Miami Beach; and Mr. and Mrs. Hany Zalph of Miami, plus several winter residents. Shown above are the anniversary couple with Mrs. Esther Yanow and their daughter, Barbara. Miss Honey Elkin Engaged To Newman Mrs. Shirley Elkin of Miami Beach announces the engagement her daughter, Miss Honey oi Elkin. to Gerald Newman of Brooklyn. Set for April 18. the wedding will be held at the Rainbow Inn, New York City. The couple plans to make their home in Brooklyn. CAMP < \ m VI I HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA ONLY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE SOUTH Dietary Laws Strictly Observed FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to 16 Years ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES ,,_ QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Levine, University of Miami Physical Education Instructor, Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD MORRIS SIEGEL. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 1438 WASHINGTON AVE.. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2988 Resident Physician in Attendance Uncle Herb and Aunt Belle are happy to announce registration for: CAMP OSCEOLA Two Separata* Camps for Jewish Children FOR GIRLS FOR BOYS on Mills River on Lake Osceola Horse Shoe. N. C. HendersonvUle. N. C. 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PAGE TEN +Jewisl> gMJfefi FRIDAY, MARCH 19 i 948 Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries Comptroller C. M. Gay, seeking of Cleveland. Sibley and Davis. return to the May Democratic primaries to a full four year term in office, has urged every eligible citizen of Florida to register as a voter, and to exercise his franchise as a patriotic duty. Comptroller Gay is seeking return to the high office he now holds, basing his campaign on the efficient administration of state affairs as evidenced by the savings to Florida taxpayers of many hundreds of thousands of dollars by prompt payment and discounting of state bills. Attorney Albert M. Lehrman. treasurer of the Miami Beach Bar assn.. will head Davis' campaign for the Miami Beach division. R. A. Gray, for eighteen years Florida's secretary of state, has qualified for another term, Along with his responsibility as secretary of state of keeping ly the state's records, including the legislative acts, and gubernatorial orders. Gray admin the corporation and el< and is a member of twelve beard. Among these b ards arc Rep. R. B. Gautier is seeking a the Budget Commissi >n, B >ard ol f state Institute same office are L. H. DeWees, \22\i Palermo Ave and H. O. Rubert, (>ll Camileave, both of Coral Cables. seat in the Senate to succeed Sen. D. C. Coleman who is not running for election. He is completing his second term as a representative. Immediately after iiis first term. Gautier joined the navy to become a navy pilot. He resumed his law the war and was re-elected to his former post. The candidate plans to renew his fight, launched in the 194" session, for a slate "tax commission to equalize and make uniform tax assessment and collection throughout Florida. He also Is for Miami-Dade County :..dictation and the establishment of a state medical and dental college in Dade county. ng his Miami Beach campaign will be Attorney Daniel G. Satin, A veteran of World War 11. Satin is active in civic and rnal work in the community. Commissioners o tions, State Board of Conservation, State Board of Ed in Pardon Board, Textbook Purchasing Board and State Advertising Commission. Gray taught school for six years in Gadsden county, w i a time principal of the Havana High school; edited or man newspapers in Tal Live Oak and Havana, and a member of the house sentatives from Gadsden county in 1911. He has been nominated and eiccted without opposition for four full terms of four yi James Abras is a candidate for the legislature from Group II on the Democratic ticket. Republican candidates Edelmiro F. Garcia. M. Duncan Held, and Walter Patters in Stewart Association, of which he was president in 1938-39, Bailey has been Mip.rvi.-mg principal of pubUc schools of Tampa. Ocala and DcFumak Springs. He has been located in West Florida, in Central Florida, and in the lower v ,c t ol South Florida, in addition to serving the profession in various state-wide capacities. He is a past president in Kiwanis and a past master. Masonic Lodge, and his name is listed in Who's Who in American Education and in Leaders in American Education. FASTRWEF :. even 200 s in the 67 Florid; counties has been announced by :-. G. (Ecii Fraser, candidate ( %  thi state compti illership, to which he was elected in 1946. but from which he .v.. lity. young Bake: County nurseryman will close his re-election th an address in M night befi i j i priin V. Ferguson of Coral Gables is a car. from this district Group I. ; :r in Kentucky, Ferg came to Miami when hi s old, He is a graduate of the University of Alabama and Miami University law ccllegi has served three years in the navy. His law office is in the duPont bldg. Darrey Davis of 1255 S.W. 50th Terr, is among the candidates who filed for nomination to the legislative house from Group one of this district. A graduate of the University of Florida. David has been a resident of Miami for 33 years. He was secretary of the Dade County Bar assn. last year and is now secretary of the circuit court commission and chairman of the law library committee of the Miami Beach Bar assn. He is a member of the law firm N irman R. Lyons is one ol the Democratic candidates for the state legislature in Group No. 1, Lyons became a resident of Florida in 1931. He attended the University of Miami and the Unity of Florida, from which he graduated in 1936 with the degree of L.L.B. He opened Ins own. in 1938, in the Olympia bldg. In 1038. he W Miss nh iuse. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lyons, parents oi N irman R. Lyons, have been residents ol Miami Beach for some time past. Sol Lyons is treasurer of the Miami Beach Workmen's Circle. A member of the B'nai B'rith. Miami Zionist District, and the Young Men"? Hebrew A L among hi ictiviI .' i :..::. No. 223, F. & A. M.: the Elks. Lodge No. 948, B.P.O.E.: Kn jf Pythias. Bay Bisi.... ne I No. 31. He is treasurer oi M i Workmen's Circle. te Attorney Glenn C. Mincer has qualified for re-election to his position. A former legisland for many years an assistant county solicitor. Mincer was appointed State attorney in 1(145 to succeed Stanley Milledge who moved up to the circuit bench. Mincer won in a preferential primary in 1946 against Frank O Spain for a short term expiring this year. The short term was due : adoption of a constitutional amendment making the offices of %  rney. cownty solicitor and criminal court judge elective. Will.am H. Green. Miami businessman, has been named to manMincer's campaign. Green, well known for his navy activiand between both world retired with the rank of captain. He is active in several service organizations here. In the race for ntative from Group III is Gil Rvon, 1800 N.W. 92nd St. Two Republicans candidates for Thomas'D. Bailey, for 24 years a Florida schoolman, has become a candidate for state superintendent of public instruction. Lately secretary of public relate ns for the Florida Education Robert D. Dolley, active in the inauguration of diversified cooperative training for the schools of Florida, has announced his candidacy lor the office of state superintendent of public instrucDolley. who began his teaching twenty-four years ago in Duval county, has studied at the University of Tennessee, Bradley University. Colorado and 'Harvard. He became a state department supervisor and director of the University of Florida school of trade and industrial education. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 Mrs. Weiss Becomes OES Worthy Matron Mrs. Sadie Weiss will become worthy matron of Emunah chapter 175 of the Order of Eastern Star at ceremonies held in the Scottish Rite temple, 471 N.W. Third St., tonight. Included on the installation program are William Blake, worthy patron; Mrs. Charlotte Schwartz, associate matron; Joseph Steiner, associate patron; Mrs. Elsie Lake, conductress; Mrs. Celia Auslander, associate conductress; Mrs. Rae Frank, secretary, and Mrs. Molly Cooper, treasurer. Theme of the candlelight ceremony is "The Installation of Love." Mrs. Mabelle Ramey, past grand marshal for the state, assisted by Mrs. Lillian Johnson, Mrs. Aletha Thompson and Mrs. Jennie Gore, will install officers. Others to be installed are Mrs. Florence St. Clair, organist; Mrs. Ida Peretzman, chaplain; Mrs. Celia Cohen, marshal; Mrs. Gertrude Bions, Ada; Mrs. Betty Tobac, Ruth; Mrs. Sue Freeman, Esther; Mrs. Hilda Seidler, Martha; Mrs. Dorothy Kaler, Electa, and Mrs. Diane Steiner, warden. Soloists for the evening will be Renee Kaler, Marvin Lake, and Stewart and Sheldon Hittelman. fJewisti FI>DirSdHir)iin PAGE FIFTEEN -at *UKtfGUSV BROS RY f V f %  • ... K VT fi m Greyhound Races at Beautiful HOLLYWOOD Tonight at Eight Just North of GULFSTREAM PARK and One Mile South of Hollywood De Luxe Clubhouse Daily Double Second and Third Races Admission (No Minors! 25c TRANSPORTATION — Prom Miami—Eiprcss Service by led Adams Line from Elks' Club, tost Flooler Si. and N. E. Third Ave. frSm 4:30. Ft. Laudcrdali f'om 442 E Los Olos Blvd. ''•rquent intcrvols. Zionists To Meet %  n Orlando For the first time in Florida history, Zionists of the State are getting ready to meet in convention to make plans for assisting Palestine in the present emergency and to blueprint future activities Representatives from the following communities will take part in the all-day session at theo Mortimer May San Juan hotel in Orlando on Sunday, March 28th: Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Lake Worth, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Lakeland, Haines City, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Fort Lauderdale, St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Jacksonville and Pensacola. Sessions will consist of workshop seminars on Membership, Political Action, Programming, Youth Education and General Zionist Projects. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Rabbi Irving Lehrman Center will be the principal speaker at the banquet in the evening. Rabbi Lehrman who has just recently returned from a Ytour of Europe and Palestine as a member of an official delegation, will give an eye-witness account of conditions abroad. Other personalities in attendance will be: Abe Goodman, Miami Beach, vice president Z.O.A.Abe Goldstein, New York, vice president Z.O.A.; Mortimer May, Nashville, vice chairman Z.O.A. Administrative Committee; S. P. dent S.E. Region, and Sidney C. Benamy, Atlanta, president S.E. Zionist Region; Shepard Broad. Miami Beach, Florida vice presiJewish Folk Chorus Holds Birthday Party Greater Miami Jewish Folk Chorus honored six of its singers last Saturday with a birthday party in Beth David synagogue. Outstanding in the entertainment were selections by Tenor Marcel Chiland accompanied by Charles Drucker, flautist. Final arrangements were made for the Esther Hamalka cantata to be presented by the folk chorus in a concert March 28 at Miami Beach High school auditorium. Tickets may be purchased for $1 plus tax by calling 78-5211 or 48-9527. SUNRAYPARK HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST. COKVALESCEHOI AND CHRONIC CAXS woferi ro ioo-nt I* -w. o~ coysrr IAMI-" "*'"* Abe Goodman Gluckman, Daytona Beach, vice president S.E. Region. Arrangements for the event are being supervised by George Miller, president of the Orlando Zionist District, who is general chairman in charge of the program. AE Phi Alumni Tea Honors National Head Mrs. Frances Bergman, national dean of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, was guest of honor at a tea to be given by the local alumnae group Saturday at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jack Schieff, 1681 Nethia Drive, Miami. Mrs. Sidney Lewis, chairman of arrangements, presented a monologue of the play "Born Yesterday," after which plans were discussed for the sorority's national convention July 4 to 8 at French Lick, Ind. In addition to alumni members, the meeting included Mrs. Edward Cowen and Mrs. Q. M. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948 • 'Jenisf)fhrkBMl PAGE SEVEN Pernicious Piece, Says Congress Weekly The following letter appeared in a recent issue of the Congress Weekly, official publication of the American Jewish Congress. Mr. Henry Luce Life Magazine 9 Rockefeller Plaza New York, N. Y. Dear Mr. Luce: During your career as a publisher, you have gained fame and prestige. You may now add to your laurels the distinction of having published one of the most pernicious pieces yet to appear in a reputable journal in this country. We refer to the editorial in the current issue of Life for February 16, on "The Palestine Problem." in which you add the not inconsiderable skill of your propagandists and the vast circulation of your magazine to those in and out of the State Department working so feverishly to annul the UN decision on Palestine. You have managed to throw into that editorial all the shibboleths that have always been the stock-in-trade of those who oppose any Jewish development of Palestine, let alone the establishment of a Jewish State. You declare that the partition decision has very few real friends and that even the Zionists are lukewarm about it. You insinuate the fear that the present situation is going to provide the Soviet Union with the opportunity for moving in on the Middle East. You have a disarmingly simple analysis of the whole problem. On the one hand, Ibn Saud's oil is vital to our military strength and the Marshall Plan; American interests therefore dictate that we do nothing to displease him. On the Tour Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th >t Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fl.gUr St., Miami other, all presidential candidates, including Mr. Truman, are afraid of the Zionists and the "Jewish vote." But, as you correctly point out, there is no such thing as a "Jewish vote." And, in any event you claim that the Zionists really represent only a very limited group. "Our politicians would be really stupid," you therefore argue, "to conclude that U. S. Jews want them to gamble with our national interest, peace and the fate of Middle Eastern and world Jewry to please the Jewish Agency." Your policy is thus very simple. Since no one likes partition anyway, and since American Jews would not want to gamble with Ibn Saud's oil simply to please the Agency and a handful of "pathetically desperate Zionists," let's forget the whole business. Pass the Stratton Bill so that the plight of Jewish refugee can't be used as "propaganda material." Take the Palestine issue out of politics. Let it be handled exclusively by the State Department which can work out "details of policy from jts full knowledge of the Middle East." And let us appeal to the moderate Arabs and the "handful of moderate Jews of Palestine" to get together. Mr. Luce, you are either ignorant or intellectually dishonest. And if you read your own publications, as we are certain you do you cannot be ignorant. You know as well as we do that the partition decision itself represented a compromise in which the Jews gave up a good deal of their traditional and just needs and demands. Despite this fact, the decision has been eagerly accepted by the overwhelming majority of Jews throughout the world, and not a single important or influential Jewish voice has been raised against it. You cannot cite a shred or tittle of evidence to support your belief that Ibn Saud is prepared to sacrifice tens of millions of good American dollars every year in order to play the Mufti's game. You know full well that the Arab world even when rewarded in 1939 by the White Paper, lent its support to Hitler and the Nazis during the war. If you had any respect for history and fact, you would know that Jewish aspirations for a Homeland long antedate the refugee problem. The plight of hundreds of thousands of Jews simply underscores the urgency of the problem of building the Jewish State; it does not explain its need. Elmo Roper's poll two years ago told you that more than 80'/, of American Jews support the establishment of a Jewish State; and the percentage is probably closer to 95% today. Your talk about the moderates in both camps is a real joke. The Palestine Arabs have been so terrorized by the Mufti's agents that not a single one will dare show himself. And the Jewish moderates are represented by the Jewish Agency, which you so patronizingly dismiss as "pathetically desperate Zionists" with 'special interests," because none but moderates would have so eagerly and wholeheartedly accepted the compromise partition decision. By far your most reprehensible assertion, however, is your suggestion that American support of a Jewish State is due wholly to fear of a "Jewish vote" and your implication that support of the UN decision by American Jews would be a betrayal of American interests in order to "please the Agency." Two thousand years of history, justice, morality and desperate need went into the making of the UN's historic decision. If political pressure had to be enlisted in support of justice, you can claim a good deal of credit. For you, as much as anyone, have tried to tell Americans that our policies need not be based on morality, justice or principle but on the most crass and vulgar considerations of imperialism. And a word as to "American interests." Some years ago, Mr. Luce, you advanced the conception of the "American Century." The years have made it clear and your latest editorial further confirms the fact, that your "Century" would be one in which America would ally itself with fascist regimes and feudal things throughout the world, in which our influence would be used to bolster medievalism and reaction wherever they exist. Your "Century" would nave America sacrifice justice to the threats of brigands, and the lives of tens of thousands to the blind prejudices of State Department officials. Your "Century" would drown the United Nations and our hope of world peace in a sea of oil, which we can. have anyway. We believe, Mr. Luce, that the people of America do not want that kind of "Century." That is not their conception of our national interest. Those millions of Americans, Jews and non-Jews alike, who are demanding that the United States take the lead in upholding the UN decision on Palestine—and not you, Mr. Luce —are acting in accord with our national interest. They believe, with the scores of distinguished Americans who have studied the problem, that our national interest demands that we help create a Jewish State in Palestine which can bring prosperity, enlightenment and democracy to the Middle East. They believe that our interest calls for us to join with the progressive and democratic forces in that area rather than with the fascist and feudal autocracies of the Arab League. They believe that our national interests dictate that our policies be based on justice and a respect for international authority. Your "Century," however, is already accomplishing one thing. Americans begin to lose their faith in one of our most cherished democratic institutions—the free press—when so powerful a publisher as yourself blatantly uses falsehood and distortion to serve his own—or even the State Department's — prejudice. History will remember you, as it remembers other powerful propagandists who undermined democratic institutions and ideals. The Editors, Congress Weekly Life Insurance Eitatee Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. 907 Blicayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9M1 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line oi Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 NORTH MIAMI ZOO N. E. 132nd St. and W. Dixie Highway Phone 78-1463 World's Only Tiger Farm OPEN DAILY Shows Each Sunday, 3 and 5 p.m. Proske's Performing Tigers—Tiebor's Trained SealsHigh Act—Etc.—Monkeys, Baby Tigers, Flamingos, Rare Birds, Alligators, Deer, Etc. 10 Acres Tropical Beauty. Bring Your Camera. 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FRIDA Y. MARCH 19, 1948 Hillel Student Dinners Launched By Coral Gables Women's Chapter More than 150 student* attended the first in a series of bimonthly Friday dinners at Hillel Foundation sponsored by the Coral Gables Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith last week. Rabbi Albert Michels conducted services following the dinner which was prepared by the ladies. The committee in charge of all arrangements was headed by Mrs. Bernard Abramson. and she was assisted by the Mesdames: Oscar Sindell, Cahn. Sidney Boeninger. Albert Lozoff. Rossant. Klein. Morris Horwiti. Salomowits. Herman Fisher. A. W. Harris. Sidney Richman, Albert Michels, Lubitz and Morris Stotsky. In photo are, (L. to R.): Mrs. Sidney Boeninger. Rabbi Albert Michels. Mrs. Berhard Abramson, Mrs. Oscar Sindell, and seated. Miss Mimi Brenner, student. ^Jewisti fhridHati LEGAL NOTICES PAGE THIRTEEN %  u .,.r?R TICE TO CREDITORS iv 1 V,'"'; NTY %  "''"'>•:• COURT •M/.i-u \\ A K COUNTY, M.OKIDA. ix 1'HotiATIJ, .NO. I" Re: ESTATE OF T A Vn K s f ,B ERTS, Deceased. i" AH creditors and AII Parsons Hav'", %  %  >"> %  Demands Against Bald Estate V..ii. an.I each of you. are hereby llMll|..,| :l ,„| ,,.,,, ,|,,.,| t „ ,, rewnt anv 'amis and demands which you, or '.'.'' ", .*""• 1;,y ,mv "KaiiiHt the estatelof AGNES KoKHKTS. deceased, late or I ladeCounty, Florida, to the lion. \\. p. Blanton, County Judge Of Dad. County, and file the same In ma office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within • mill calendar months from the date ur the first publication hereof, said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to DO sworn t.. and presented as aloresaid. or sain.will I,.harred. See Bei tlon 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date March n. A.I>. 1948. HARRY ROBERTS. As Executor Of 'he Last will and 'testament of AGNES ROBERTS, I a si d WASMAN. SILVER A BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Executor. a 19-26 4,'2-s LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that th.' undersigned, desiring to engage In i.-r the fictitious name of Store at 2113 Coral Way. Ulan la. intends to register said nil the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dads County, Florida. LEON FAY Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attornej for Applicant Beybold Bids*. 1 :-!-16 LEGAL NOTICE ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FIXH11DA.— IN .11 VNCERY, No. 115678. JOHN HENRY VAN QELDER. vs. MADELEINE B. VAN rjELDER, Defendant. Till STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MADELEINE B. VAN QELDER. i a Mr Margulles, its Manor Apartments, Apartment E-24 Ogonti and Olney Avenues, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. hereby notified and ordered to appear to the mil of Complaint for filed against you In the above-styled cnuse on or before the f April, 1948; otherwise the allegations ,.f said BUI of Complaint ill be taken as confessed attains' you. Let this Order be published once %  %  • %  for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FLORiniAN, a newsibllshed In Dade County. Florida DATED this 18th day of March, IMS. E B LEATHERMAN. I'lerk of Circuit Court. art Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk, SILVER I'lalntirf, n Bids;., I Florida. 1/2-9 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HI-' FLORIDA, IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, — IN CHANCERY, No. 116460. ELAINE PRESTRIDGE, Plaintiff, vs. AARnx PRESTRIDGE, Defendant, To: AARON PRESTRIDGE, Residence Unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 9th day of April. 1948. Dated this lOtli day ,,f March, 1918. i: li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 127 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to i>nga Sp In business under the fictitious name of Margaret Apta. at 16(1 Lenox Ave., .Miami Beach, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .MARGARET MALBK i iwner. HARRY DIETZ Attorney for Applicant Congress nidi; 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tile; 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IX AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY No 115676 EDNA CHASIN NASTA, Plaintiff, vs. A. HERMAN NASIA. Defendant. To: A HERMAN NASTA i"?7 Astor Avenue Bronx, New York You are hereby notified and required i" appear to the BUI "i" Com plaint filed in the abovi styled cause, on or before April 19, 1948, otherwise the BUI of Complaint will be taken as confessed agfl n Let this order he published once a week for ( %  ••Hi successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated th > 18th day nf March, 1948, K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk oi circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) Bj !•• .1 cor i.l). Deputy Clerk MILTON A FRJEDM \.\ Attorne) at Law 1028 Sell...id Building Miami, Florida 3/19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of N.WELES TRADING CO., not Incorporated. 186 North West First Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register the said name with the clerk "I the circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, ARTHUR A. SELEVAN, Sole Owner. HERMAN -M. HKItK Attoi ney for Applicant 8/19-26 4/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to 'engage In business under the fictitious name of Van Ralon Company (not inc.) at 1431 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN COVAN and LEONARD L. COVAN Partners. 2/20-27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER F4CTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tnat the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Mln-Eds Restaurant at 2414'i Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla„ Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daue County, Florida. KDWARD OXENBF.RO MINNIE OXENBERO Wasman. Silver & Sakowltz Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAE FABRICS at 126 South Miami Avenue. 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New York You are hereby notified and requlred to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause. on or before April 12th, 1948. otherwise the Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order he published once a week for four successive weeks in The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In I lade County, Florida. Dated this 9th day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at law 102a Seybold Building Miami. Florida I 12-19-26 4/2 Total Amount Enclose personal check, bank draft, or money order for fce total amount. NO C. O. D. SHIPMENTS. Orders are s J|*>iect to acceptance by Bee Sales, Inc. *^ a £SJ2 changed without notice. PRINT NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY. Nan e Address NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 116422. RUTH HELEN SMITH, Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH. Defendant TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH I Chanaellor Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania V suit for divorce has been filed am lust you in the Circuit Court of Hi, Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County. Florida, by Ruth Helen Smith. You are required to file voui appearance or answer thereto |n said proceedings on or before April %  • 1948, otherwise the allegations In -.!,i.i Mil of complaint will be taken as confessed by you. „,j„. it is further ordered thai this oider l„ published once ea.-li week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Florldlan, %  newspaper published in s.ud i 'ounty and State. Dated at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this the 9 day of .March, '"'" E B. I.EATIIKKMA.V Perk of the Circuit Court Mad. %  •ounty, Florida. '""" rt B B y F J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. JOHN H YATES Solicitor for Plaintiff 19 it i ] ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FliORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115194. FRANK MARTIN. Plaintiff, vs. NANCY JANE MARTIN, Defendant. TO: NANCY JANE MARTIN, 53 Thompson Street, Waterbury. Connecticut. You are hereby ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for divorce filed against you by FRANK MARTIN on or before the 31st day of March. 1948. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 1st day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 3/5-12-19-26 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KIRHCHENBAUM CLARA KIRSCHEN1SAUM 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or TROPIX APT. HOTEL at 6844 Harding Avenue. Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. E.MANUEL GOLDSTRICH BELLE GOLDSTRICH 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY. No. 115234. 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 four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 2nd day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 3/5-12-19-26 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. 2/27 3/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bayshore Charter & Boat Rentals at 1329 N. E. Bayshore Place, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HOWARD E. LEPPER CLARA C. LEPPER Wasman, Silver & SakowltS Attorneys for Applicants 2/20-27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or CONSUMERS: CONSUMERS MARKETS CONSUMERS FOOD MARKETS at 2081 N.W. 7th Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAURICE DAUM. AMos BENJAMIN Attorney for Maurice Daum. 3/5-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i isiness the ftetlUous najne of Bi)l R ite Venetian Blind Co-**-- I u .,„ st Miami, norldj, intends to register said name '<", '"," IV,!! k of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida %  MAX ( nKENPIElj „ ISAAC JOFFE Vttorne) for Applicant IO10 Blscayne Building Miami. Florida ;; || ll-M 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Sunshine Luncheonette at 500 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. aYDNET MARGOLIN Sole owner. MARX FEINBERG Attorney for Applicant. 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or Bennett Wholesale Company at 738 N E 1st Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade County. Florida^ EISENBBRQ Bole Owner. 2/27 3/5-12-19-3. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPARTMENT STORE at 21C3 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS LEIBOVITZ Petitioner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Petitioner 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115360. HARRY MEYER SEAMON, Plaintiff, vs. FLORINDA SEA.MON, Defendant. TO: FLORINDA SEAMON. 2 Copley Road, Apartment No. 403. Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above st>:ed cause for divorce, on or before the 7th day of April, 1948. Dated this 8th day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 115012. NINA KANTAK1S. also known as MARIANNA KANTAK1S, Plalntm, vs. JOHN KANTAK1S. Defendant. TO: JOHN KANTAKIS 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 29, 1948, otherwise the BUI 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 23rd 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 2/27 3/5-12-19 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 115013. DOMINICK LO GIUDICE, Plaintiff, vs. MARY LO GIUDICE, DefendTo MARY LO GIUDICE 103-34 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. Let this order be published once a week for four oonseoutlve weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 23rd 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. 2/27 3/5-12-19 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 116117. JOHN J. DURKIN. Plaintiff, vs. GRACE R. DURKIN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA I TO: GRACE R. DURKIN 246 Hawthorne Street Brooklyn, New YorK You 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 29 day of March, 1948; otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLOR1D1AN, 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 1703 Congress Bjilldlng Miami 32, Florida 2/27 3/5-12-19 ...^ %  :''. I



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Jos S SA 1 taut ste; pat bat bea Par Am plai for PAGE SIXTEEN Lachman Heads Sholom Officers Sam Lachman, Miami Beach community leader and well known hotel man, was unanimously elected president of Tompie Beth Sholom at its annual meeting on March 11, held in the Temple patio. He succeeds Harry A. Cornblum. Plotkin-Rosenthal Troth Revealed At Party Betrothal of Miss Helen Plotkin and Eugene J. Rosenthal was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plotkin of 1135 S.W. 6th St.. at a birthday party held Saturday night in honor of the bride-elect. The affair look place at the home of a sister, Mrs Joseph Nurenberg. 220ti S.W. Oth A ve. Miss Plotkin attended schools in Chicago and Miami Senior High school. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenthal, 7133 Bonita Drive, -Miami Beach, attended schools in .Now Jersey. A veteran el three years in the army, he is n.>\v a student at the University of Miami. Pioneer Women's Dinner Postponed One Day; Features National President uled in connection with th ^ Miami Council of Pioneer March 28th, the date of l f ^ a Mannin g's Seafood SSS^^^^^. M bnday evenmg 29th at 6 p.m. Approximately Women of Club I Lachman has been a resident of Miami Beach for twenty years and has been active in Zionist work as a member of the of the Zionist District and in philanthropic work as a member of the board of governors Greater Miami Jewish K He has been a vie. it and member of the board of d ectoi of Temple Beth Sholom thi five years. Other officers elected were: Louis J. Krensky, Sidney D. Ansin, Leo Robinson and Joseph Arkin, vice presidents: Abi Zinnamon, treasurer: I. C. Greenberg, financial secretary; Leonard L. Kimball, general secretary. Following were these elected to the board of d -year term: Leo S ilomon, %  A Wolff, Harry A. C mblum. Sin : ... 1 Broad, All xander Kogan, Leonard Wien, Murraj ilandGranat. J Kenneth 01 a was elected to fill a vacancy on the board for a oneterm. Other board members are: George C hen, Louis Goldman, Harry Kohn. Charles S. Tobin. E iuel G ildstrich, Abraham ko, Leon J. Ell, .1 s. A. Goodman, Ralph i din, Irving }, im Schiff. C rnblum, .dent. his annual report, p linting to the tremendous growth of tin ation from a tiny building with 40 members when it si ur years ago, iful edifice we now have, .' ; %  rship of -100." Chairmen if t h functioning committees | 11 nted re. and Ral Kronish, spiritual leader of tin tion. to whom Cornblum tribute in his report, addi the mi %  n The State of the m." Refreshments were served by the Ti under the leadership of Mrs. A'.exandc: Kogan. 500 Pioneer Club II and Kadimah Chapter, with their guests, will hear Mrs. Israel Goldstein Of New York City, national nt of the Pioneer Women ,l .\ %  ind outstanding leader Ul organizations devoted to the upbuilding Of the Jewish homeland in Palestine. Mrs. Goldstein, a graduate of Hunter College, received la. Master of Arts degree at Columbia. Later she studied law at New YorK University and pracI f 0r a number of years, in [925 she organized and be. the fi %  "' tl \f S? W York chapter of H Mrs fl Goldstein Palestine ^Flamingo Park Scene 1928 1032 and 1936, and in 1934 she joined the Labor Zionist movement. In the leadership of the Pioneer Women, the guest speakei has been on its national board for eV eral years serving as nal chairman of the Child Rescue Fund of that organization, and also as a member of the Nal Praesidium from 1945 to 194.. She is active in the National Council of Jewish Women and is Aged Auxiliaryl^ Plans Annual Party A special board meeti^' Miami Beach auxiliary to Jewish Home for the Aw be held on Tuesday jf March 23 at the Robert hotel, Miami Beach. % jamin Sheiry presiding. Purpose of the meeting formulate final plans for tb nual card party which is fc place Tuesday evening, 30 at the Floridian hotel. Elect ERNEST R. GRAHAM to the COUNTY COMMISSION Of Jacob Variety Show Both Jacob congregation la presenting their annual variety show Sunday. March 28 in the Flaminee park band shell, with Sid Wlvte and an all-star show. The affair : nsored by the Sisterhood. The two-hour performance is made up of a do/en professional acts, according to President Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Arrangements have and %  been made with the park ....^. ne of the leaders of the women's performers that in the event of the oriqinal JO/EMI J.RAWL/On 4nfam@asm in of the United Palestine Appeal and the United Jewish Appeal. Well known in New York City for her activities in Zionist, social and communal work, Mrs. Goldstein is a member of the United Jewish Appeal's Speakers' I and has addressed leading organizations in various cities throughout the United States. Mrs. G ldstein has travelled xtensively in Europe and in the Near East. She is the wife of Rabbi Israel Goldstein, former president of the Zionist Organization of America and the Jewish National Fund, now serving as national chairman of the UPA and co-ehairman of the UJA. UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At Me Extra Coctl Come la or Phone For Oar lepff MM toHy Mendel N. Fisher, national executive director of the Jewish National Fund, will talk on "Land for the Jewish State" at the next luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist district. Wednesday, 12:15 p.m. in the National hotel. inclement weather, ticket:; purchased will be valid for the first clear night following. Tickets may bo obtained at the office of Beth Jacob. 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