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The Jewish Floridian ( March 26, 1948 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
JME 21NUMBER 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
S. DESERTS PARTITION
legate Austin
luests Creation
[Trusteeship
nerican Delegate Warren R.
Bn canceled plans to present
|e security council last Wed-
By a formal request for a
pal general assembly session
crap partition and create a
trusteeship for Palestine
ph he announced previously
riday. The council adjourned
Tuesday.
e development left UN
f>mats confused and puzzled
> what action the UN could
next to solve the Palestine
item.
.daring that there seems to
general agreement" that the
lition plan cannot be imple-
pted now by peaceful means,
that "it is clear that the
.rity council is not prepared
go ahead with efforts to im-
aent the plan in the existing
Ration," Austin made the fol-
ding statement on Friday:
fMy government believes that
temporary trusteeship for Pal-
line should be established under
Trusteeship Council of the
tited Nations to maintain the
ace and to afford the Jews and
Jabs of Palestine further oppor-
mty to reach an agreement re-
ading the future government of
at country. Such a United Na-
fcms trusteeship would, of course,
without prejudice to the char-
Iter of the eventual political
Ittlement, which we hope can be
thieved without long delay. In
pr opinion, the Security Coun-
should recommend the estab-
thment of such a trusteeship to
te General Assembly and to the
Mandatory Power. This would
^uire an immediate special ses-
lon of the General Assembly,
pinch the Security Council might
all under the terms of the char-
ir.
"Pending the meeting of the
pecial session of the General As-
embly, we believe that the Se-
curity Council should instruct
Ihe Palestine Commission to sus-
pend its efforts to implement the
proposed partition plan.
CJA Reports $1,108,824

Congress Debates
Reversed Policy
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
sharp debate broke out in both
houses of Congress as a number
of senators and representatives
attacked the American reversal
on Palestine partition and es-
pousal of a plan for a U.N. trus-
teeship for the mandate.
The high points of the debate
came when Rep. Leo Isaacson,
American Labor Party of New
York, demanded that the United
States recognize the de facto Jew-
ish state in Palestine and Rep.
Jacob K. Javits of New York in-
troduced a bill to legalize the
shipment qf arms and munitions
to Palestine depsite the State De-
partment embargo. Isaacson also
urged that the administration re-
turn to its former pro-partition
stand.
A 'it Feature
A new feature for Jewish
Floridian readers will be a
column written by Harry Si-
monhoft Mr. Simonhoff will
bring to readers of the Floridian
his caustic comments on local
and national affairs. A long
time resident of this area, Mr.
Simonhoff has returned from
a European trip.
resolutions which would give ef-
fect to the above suggestions will
be circulated shortly for the con-
sideration of the Security Coun-
cil."
It was reported that Mr. Tru-
man might discuss the bitterly
criticized abandonment of parti-
tion at a news conference Thurs-
day. This was followed by other
reports that Marshall planned to
speak out within a few days on
the full reasons for the decision
to scuttle the partition program.
Testimonial To
Moses Ginsburg
At Breakfast
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will sponsor a testimonial
breakfast honoring Moses Gins-
berg on Sunday, March 28, at
the Steak House, 2362 Collins
Ave. The affair will be tendered
as an expression of appreciation
for Mr. Ginsberg's generous dona-
tion for ten years of the use of the
Federation premises, and a rec-
ognition of his services to the
Jewish community of Greater
Miami.
Plans for the breakfast were
launched at a meeting held yes-
terday at the offices of Joseph
R. Stein, chairman of the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal, of
which Mr. Ginsberg is treasurer.
The steering committee for the
function is headed by Joseph R.
Stein, as chairman, and consists
of Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Wm.
D. Singer, Herbert Scher, Irving
Frankel, George Chertkof and
Jack Ablin. Co-chairmen of the
arrangements committee are Mrs.
Frieda Leslie and Mrs. Herbert
Scher.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer will
address the guests.
In announcing the breakfast,
Mr. Stein stated: "The entire
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami is signally privileged in hav-
ing in its midst a man of the
caliber of Moses Ginsberg. By
paying fitting tribute to his qual-
ities as a generous and public-
spirited citizen, we are, in a
sense, enriched and ennobled by
his inspiring example.
"Knowing the place which
Moses Ginsberg occupies in the
hearts of his fellow citizens of the
Greater Miami community, the
committee in charge of this testi-
monial breakfast is fulfilling the
will of his legion of friends who
want to pay due honor to this
warm-hearted and devoted work-
er for every good and worthy
cause."
Next-To-Last Meeting Honors
Leaders Of Women's Division
The mark of $1,108,824, the largest sum ever raised by the
local Jewish community was reached by the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it was announced, at the next-to-the-last Report
Meeting held Wednesday, March 24, at a luncheon at Man-
ning's Restaurant.
More than 300 workers seeking<9----------
to reach the goal of $1,489,925 f
to reach the goal of $1,489,9251 %#____ Ciia*
reported a total of 5,998 pledges j V lOlvnCe CllSUeS
obtained in the period since the
beginning of the campaign on
March 7.
Joseph R. Stein, chairman, pre-
sided at the meeting which
honored the Women's Division,
headed by Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs.
Joseph Rose and Mrs. Gerald
Lewis.
Mrs. Goodman, who was intro-
duced by Mr. Stein paid tribute
to her co-workers and emphasized
the importance of the role which
the women of the local commun-
ity have played in the present
drive. Mrs. Goodman drew a
parallel between the efforts of
the women workers and Queen
Esther, pointing out that the
Purim season lent a special sign-
ificance to their labors. She in-
troduced Mrs. Monte Selig, a
member of the overseas delega-
tion which visited Europe and
Palestine last summer, with a
poem written in Mrs. Selig's
honor by Mrs. Nat Williams.
Mrs. Selig spoke briefly on the
work of the National Women's
Division and of their determina-
tion to achieve 10% of the total
national UJA goal of $250,000,000,
and stated, "Our inspiration
comes from the brave women of
Palestine who are working and
fighting side by side with their
men."
Morris Klass, campaign director,
read a telegram from the national
headquarters of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, which stated in part,
"Nothing has changed for the
hungry and hopeless The
(Continued on Page 4)
In Holy Land
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Violence
continued in Palestine this week
while dissatisfaction with the
United States proposal for aban-
donment of partition by the Unit-
ed Nations mounted throughout
the Jewish community.
Six Jews, including two young
children were killed when Arabs
blew up the Solel Boneh build-
ing in Haifa. Early reports said
that 14 Jews were hospitalized
and 22 were injured slightly by
the blast, while eight buildings
were damaged and 21 vehicles
destroyed by the force of the ex-
plosion.
The explosion of a truckload of
dynamite levelled at least eight
houses in one block in the Arab
section of Haifa. At least 17 per-
sons are known to be dead and
50 wounded, and the casualty
figures are expected to go much
higher. Buildings were damaged
for several blocks in all direc-
tions, and several fires raged in
the area.
Jewish convoys travelling from
Ataroth to Jerusalem and from
Jerusalem to the Dead Sea were
also attacked, but there were no
reports of casualties. Mekor Haim
and Rehavia came under Arab
sniper attack early Monday morn-
ing. Sporadic fighting in Jeru-
salem resulted in slight damage
to the Belgian consulate here,
but no casualties.
ampaian Workers* Effort Can Remove $382,000 Block To Victory
r**- O .._......,. U.VM a "Viotorv" meeting, in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be
A Statement by JOSEPH R. STEIN
(Chairman, 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal)
A call has been issued to all campaign workers and,
Ifor that matter, to all members of the Jewishi Com-
munity of Greater Miami, to join with us in our Victory
1 Breakfast" next Sunday morning at 10
a.m. at the Steak House.
At this writing, with the cam-
paign's closing scheduled for March
28, we have raised $1,100,000. As every-
one knows, our goal is $1,489,925.
This means that, with just a few
! days to go, we are short $382,000a
| very large sum of money to raise in the
i few remaining days of this drive. j
The question has been askedand;
rightly sohow can we, under the]
circumstances, call next Sunday's func-
tion-"Victory Breakfast." 'Z'r In "act,
The question is not an easy one to answer In ia.
it opens the door to a number of other VW**."*T
as: Have we, as a community, bit off ^"*a"J^0nt-
chew? Has the story of the tremendous *d* n/rnslh
ing our people been told adequately to he Jew sn
public? Have contributions been sufficiently greater
this year than last to enable us to reach the higher
goal? Have all prospects been covered. answef
If we answer these questions we c *eJ^2jS
hQW we can hope, in the present state of the campaign.
to make next Sunday's breakfast a "Victory" meeting.
First is $1,489,925 too large a goal for Greater
Miami? I think the answer is definitely "No." Our com-
munity is a prosperous one and, when compared with
3 accepted by other Jewish communities of our
JopulauSnclass. ours is on a par with theirs. Under-
standably, nearly a million and a half dollars a Jot of
money but when on the one hand we consider the need
and on the other our community resources we should
not be willing to accept anything less than our goal as
the measure of this community's awareness of its re-
soonSty. It should be remembered that the accept-
ance of the goal was a community-wide act, participated
fn by representatives of every segment of the com-
munity at the mass meeting on January 4.
Has the story been told adequately? The answer is
that if we spent a million dollars in advertising and
could literally flood the community with pamphlets
and newspaper articles and deafen it with speeches and
radio broadcasts, we couldn't tell the story adequately.
How can the plight of 250,000 DP'sstill waiting for
liberation some three years after war's endbe pic-
tured so that you and I can be made to feel their pangs
and sufferings, their despair and holpelessness? And
how with all the publicity in the world can we make
our community understand what is going on this very
moment in the minds and hearts of our fellow-Jews in
Palestine__the frustration that must be theirs. It is
hard for me to believe that there is a single Jew in
Greater Miami who is not aware of what is going on
in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be
advanced as an excuse for not giving, or not giving
adequately.
Have contributions this year been on a higher plane
than last year? Have all prospects been covered? In the
answer to these two questions lies the secret of the suc-
cess or failure of our campaign. In the initial gift phase
of the campaign, contributions ran on an average of 70
percent above last year. If this rate of increase could
have been maintained throughout the campaign, there
would have been no question of our going over the top.
Unfortunately, once the initial gift phase of the cam-
paign was concluded, contributions generally have been
no.t much higher than those of last year. But the main
reason for the slump is that are still several thousand
prospect cards in the hands of the workers that have
not yet been covered. An office check the other day
revealed that nearly $200,000 was still outstanding in
uncovered cards of 1947 contributors.
All this leads to one positive conclusion:
If every worker in the trades unit, the women's
unit, the young adult unit, the special assignment unit,
the winter residents, hotel and the metropolitan units
will immediately cover every one of his uncovered
cards
If every worker in these units will endeavor to get
each contributor to pledge twice what he gave in 1947
If every worker does this at once
Our scheduled final report meeting next Sunday will
ia truth be a "VICTORY BREAKFAST."
iMaavnvm



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lli^wiisltUEIlDinidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY JME 21—NUMBER 12 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS S. DESERTS PARTITION legate Austin luests Creation [Trusteeship nerican Delegate Warren R. Bn canceled plans to present |e security council last WedBy a formal request for a pal general assembly session crap partition and create a trusteeship for Palestine ph he announced previously riday. The council adjourned Tuesday. e development left UN f>mats confused and puzzled > what action the UN could next to solve the Palestine item. .daring that there seems to ••general agreement" that the lition plan cannot be implepted now by peaceful means, that "it is clear that the .rity council is not prepared go ahead with efforts to imaent the plan in the existing Ration," Austin made the folding statement on Friday: fMy government believes that temporary trusteeship for Palline should be established under Trusteeship Council of the tited Nations to maintain the ace and to afford the Jews and Jabs of Palestine further oppormty to reach an agreement reading the future government of at country. Such a United Nafcms trusteeship would, of course, without prejudice to the charIter of the eventual political Ittlement, which we hope can be thieved without long delay. In pr opinion, the Security Counshould recommend the estabthment of such a trusteeship to te General Assembly and to the Mandatory Power. This would ^uire an immediate special seslon of the General Assembly, pinch the Security Council might all under the terms of the charir. "Pending the meeting of the pecial session of the General Asembly, we believe that the Security Council should instruct Ihe Palestine Commission to suspend its efforts to implement the proposed partition plan. CJA Reports $1,108,824 • Congress Debates Reversed Policy WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A sharp debate broke out in both houses of Congress as a number of senators and representatives attacked the American reversal on Palestine partition and espousal of a plan for a U.N. trusteeship for the mandate. The high points of the debate came when Rep. Leo Isaacson, American Labor Party of New York, demanded that the United States recognize the de facto Jewish state in Palestine and Rep. Jacob K. Javits of New York introduced a bill to legalize the shipment qf arms and munitions to Palestine depsite the State Department embargo. Isaacson also urged that the administration return to its former pro-partition stand. A 'it Feature A new feature for Jewish Floridian readers will be a column written by Harry Simonhoft Mr. Simonhoff will bring to readers of the Floridian his caustic comments on local and national affairs. A long time resident of this area, Mr. Simonhoff has returned from a European trip. resolutions which would give effect to the above suggestions will be circulated shortly for the consideration of the Security Council." It was reported that Mr. Truman might discuss the bitterly criticized abandonment of partition at a news conference Thursday. This was followed by other reports that Marshall planned to speak out within a few days on the full reasons for the decision to scuttle the partition program. Testimonial To Moses Ginsburg At Breakfast The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will sponsor a testimonial breakfast honoring Moses Ginsberg on Sunday, March 28, at the Steak House, 2362 Collins Ave. The affair will be tendered as an expression of appreciation for Mr. Ginsberg's generous donation for ten years of the use of the Federation premises, and a recognition of his services to the Jewish community of Greater Miami. Plans for the breakfast were launched at a meeting held yesterday at the offices of Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, of which Mr. Ginsberg is treasurer. The steering committee for the function is headed by Joseph R. Stein, as chairman, and consists of Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Wm. D. Singer, Herbert Scher, Irving Frankel, George Chertkof and Jack Ablin. Co-chairmen of the arrangements committee are Mrs. Frieda Leslie and Mrs. Herbert Scher. Baron de Hirsch Meyer will address the guests. In announcing the breakfast, Mr. Stein stated: "The entire Jewish community of Greater Miami is signally privileged in having in its midst a man of the caliber of Moses Ginsberg. By paying fitting tribute to his qualities as a generous and publicspirited citizen, we are, in a sense, enriched and ennobled by his inspiring example. "Knowing the place which Moses Ginsberg occupies in the hearts of his fellow citizens of the Greater Miami community, the committee in charge of this testimonial breakfast is fulfilling the will of his legion of friends who want to pay due honor to this warm-hearted and devoted worker for every good and worthy cause." Next-To-Last Meeting Honors Leaders Of Women's Division The mark of $1,108,824, the largest sum ever raised by the local Jewish community was reached by the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced, at the next-to-the-last Report Meeting held Wednesday, March 24, at a luncheon at Manning's Restaurant. More than 300 workers seeking<9 to reach the goal of $1,489,925 f to reach the goal of $1,489,9251 %#• %  ____ CIIA* reported a total of 5,998 pledges j V lOlvnCe CllSUeS obtained in the period since the beginning of the campaign on March 7. Joseph R. Stein, chairman, presided at the meeting which honored the Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Goodman, who was introduced by Mr. Stein paid tribute to her co-workers and emphasized the importance of the role which the women of the local community have played in the present drive. Mrs. Goodman drew a parallel between the efforts of the women workers and Queen Esther, pointing out that the Purim season lent a special significance to their labors. She introduced Mrs. Monte Selig, a member of the overseas delegation which visited Europe and Palestine last summer, with a poem written in Mrs. Selig's honor by Mrs. Nat Williams. Mrs. Selig spoke briefly on the work of the National Women's Division and of their determination to achieve 10% of the total national UJA goal of $250,000,000, and stated, "Our inspiration comes from the brave women of Palestine who are working and fighting side by side with their men." Morris Klass, campaign director, read a telegram from the national headquarters of the United Jewish Appeal, which stated in part, "Nothing has changed for the hungry and hopeless The (Continued on Page 4) In Holy Land JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Violence continued in Palestine this week while dissatisfaction with the United States proposal for abandonment of partition by the United Nations mounted throughout the Jewish community. Six Jews, including two young children were killed when Arabs blew up the Solel Boneh building in Haifa. Early reports said that 14 Jews were hospitalized and 22 were injured slightly by the blast, while eight buildings were damaged and 21 vehicles destroyed by the force of the explosion. The explosion of a truckload of dynamite levelled at least eight houses in one block in the Arab section of Haifa. At least 17 persons are known to be dead and 50 wounded, and the casualty figures are expected to go much higher. Buildings were damaged for several blocks in all directions, and several fires raged in the area. Jewish convoys travelling from Ataroth to Jerusalem and from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea were also attacked, but there were no reports of casualties. Mekor Haim and Rehavia came under Arab sniper attack early Monday morning. Sporadic fighting in Jerusalem resulted in slight damage to the Belgian consulate here, but no casualties. ampaian Workers* Effort Can Remove $382,000 Block To Victory %  r** O „.._......,. U.VM a "Viotorv" meeting, in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be A Statement by JOSEPH R. STEIN (Chairman, 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal) A call has been issued to all campaign workers and, Ifor that matter, to all members of the Jewishi Community of Greater Miami, to join with us in our Victory 1 Breakfast" next Sunday morning at 10 a.m. at the Steak House. At this writing, with the campaign's closing scheduled for March 28, we have raised $1,100,000. As everyone knows, our goal is $1,489,925. This means that, with just a few days to go, we are short $382,000—a | very large sum of money to raise in the i few remaining days of this drive. j The question has been asked—and; rightly so—how can we, under the] circumstances, call next Sunday's function-"Victory Breakfast." 'Z' r In "act, The question is not an easy one to answer In ia. it opens the door to a number of other VW**."*T as: Have we, as a community, bit off ^"* a "J^ 0 n t chew? Has the story of the tremendous !" d !" n / r n s l h ing our people been told adequately to he Jew sn public? Have contributions been sufficiently greater this year than last to enable us to reach the higher goal? Have all prospects been covered. answef If we answer these questions we c e J^2jS h QW we can hope, in the present state of the campaign. to make next Sunday's breakfast a "Victory" meeting. First is $1,489,925 too large a goal for Greater Miami? I think the answer is definitely "No." Our community is a prosperous one and, when compared with 3 accepted by other Jewish communities of our JopulauSnclass. ours is on a par with theirs. Understandably, nearly a million and a half dollars a Jot of money but when on the one hand we consider the need and on the other our community resources we should not be willing to accept anything less than our goal as the measure of this community's awareness of its resoonSty. It should be remembered that the acceptance of the goal was a community-wide act, participated fn by representatives of every segment of the community at the mass meeting on January 4. Has the story been told adequately? The answer is that if we spent a million dollars in advertising and could literally flood the community with pamphlets and newspaper articles and deafen it with speeches and radio broadcasts, we couldn't tell the story adequately. How can the plight of 250,000 DP's—still waiting for liberation some three years after war's end—be pictured so that you and I can be made to feel their pangs and sufferings, their despair and holpelessness? And how with all the publicity in the world can we make our community understand what is going on this very moment in the minds and hearts of our fellow-Jews in Palestine the frustration that must be theirs. It is hard for me to believe that there is a single Jew in Greater Miami who is not aware of what is going on in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be advanced as an excuse for not giving, or not giving adequately. Have contributions this year been on a higher plane than last year? Have all prospects been covered? In the answer to these two questions lies the secret of the success or failure of our campaign. In the initial gift phase of the campaign, contributions ran on an average of 70 percent above last year. If this rate of increase could have been maintained throughout the campaign, there would have been no question of our going over the top. Unfortunately, once the initial gift phase of the campaign was concluded, contributions generally have been no.t much higher than those of last year. But the main reason for the slump is that are still several thousand prospect cards in the hands of the workers that have not yet been covered. An office check the other day revealed that nearly $200,000 was still outstanding in uncovered cards of 1947 contributors. All this leads to one positive conclusion: If every worker in the trades unit, the women's unit, the young adult unit, the special assignment unit, the winter residents, hotel and the metropolitan units will immediately cover every one of his uncovered cards— %  If every worker in these units will endeavor to get each contributor to pledge twice what he gave in 1947— If every worker does this at once— Our scheduled final report meeting next Sunday will ia truth be a "VICTORY BREAKFAST." iMaavnvm


PAGE SIXTEEN
vjewist ncridHar
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943
Lachman Heads
Sholom Officers
Sam Lachman, Miami Beach
community leader and well
known hotel man, was unani-
mously elected president of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom at its annual
meeting on March 11, held in the
Temple patio. He succeeds Harry
A. Cornblum.
Lachman has been a resident
of Miami Beach for twenty years
and has been active in Zionist
work as a member of the board
of the Zionist District and in
philanthropic work as a member
of the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish !'
Ho has been a vice president and
member of the board of directors
of Temple Beth Sholom the past
five years.
Other officers elected were:
Louis J. Krensky. Sidney D.
Ansin, Leo Robinson and Joseph
Arkin, vice presidents: Abraham
Zinnamon, treasurer: I. C. Green-
berg, financial secretary; Leonard
L. Kimball. general secretary.
Following were these elected
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 took place
at the home of a sister. Mis
Joseph Nurenberg. 2206 S.W. 5th
Ave.
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
of three years in the army, he is
now a student at the University
of Miami.
to the board of directors for a
term: Leo Solomon,
Simon Wolff. Harry A. Corn-
blum, Shepard Broad, Alexander
a, Leonard Wien, Murray
Maurer and Roland Granat. Judge
K nneth 0-.:.i was elected to fill
ncj n the board for a one-
Other board members are:
G v Cohen, Louis Goldman.
K r.n. Charles S. Tobin.
Emanuel Goldstrich. Abraham
Solosko, Leon J. Ell. Joseph
Fenias. S. A. Goodman. Ralph
Lachman, Nordin, Irving
R man and Abraham Schiff.
C iblu :ng president.
I his annual report,
pointing to the tremendous
ngrej ation from
a tiny building with 40 members
when it sl ur years ago,
to the fice we now
with a membership of 400."
Chairmen rious function-
ing committees also present*
ports; and Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, to whom Cornblum paid
tribute in his report, addressed
the members on "The State of the
n."
Refreshments were served by
the Temp':- Sister! I, under the
leadership of Mrs. Alexander
Kogan.
Pioneer Women's Dinner Postponed
One Day; Features National President
29th at 6 p.m.
Approximately 500 Pioneer
Women of .Club I Club II and
Kadimah Chapter, with' their
guests, will hear Mrs. Israel Gold-
stein of New York City, national
president of the Pioneer Women
of America and outstanding lead-
er in organizations devoted to the
upbuilding of the Jewish home-
land in Palestine.
Mrs. Goldstein, a graduate of
Hunter College, received her
Master of Arts degree at Co-
lumbia. Later she studied law at
New York University and prac-
ticed for a number of years. In
1925 she organized and became
the first president of the New
York chapter of Hadassah. Mrs.
Goldstein visited Palestine inc Flamingo Park Scene
1928, 1932 and 1936, and in 1934
she joined the Labor Zionist
movement.
In the leadership of the Pio-
neer Women, the guest speaker
has been on its national board for
several years serving as national
chairman of the Child Rescue
Fund of that organization, and
also as a member of the National
Praesidium from 1945 to 194I.
She is active in the National
Council of Jewish Women and is
Aged Auxiliary Board
Plans Annual Party
A special board meeting of the
Miami Beach auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged will
be held on Tuesday afternoon,
March 23 at the Robert Richter
hotel, Miami Beach, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherry presiding.
Purpose of the meeting is to
formulate final plans for the an-
nual card party which is to take
place Tuesday evening, March
30 at the Floridian hotel.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein
Of Jacob Variety Show
Beth Jacob congregation is pre-
senting their annual variety show
Sunday. March 28 in the Flamingo
park band shell, with Sid WhUe
and an all-star show. The affair
is sponsored by the Sisterhood.
The two-hour performance is
made up of a dozen professional
acts, according to President Mrs.
Jack Hirsch. Arrangements have
Elect
ERNEST R.
GRAHAM
to the
COUNTY
COMMISSION
11 jbwuu -----;- been made with the park and
one of the leaders of the women's performers that in the event of
' the oriqinal
JO/EM J.RAWL/T)n 4,fa/a@a*im
UPHOLSTERING
SLIP COVERS
DRAPERIES
CORNICES
HEADBOARDS
Custom Made
In Our Own Shop
Complete Interior
Decorator Service At
No Extra Coetl
Come In or Phone
For Oar
lopreeoalatrro
division of the United Palestine
Appeal and the United Jewish
Appeal. Well known in New York
City tor her activities in Zionist,
social and communal work, Mrs.
Goldstein is a member of the
United Jewish Appeal's Speakers'
Bureau and has addressed lead-
ing organizations in various cities
throughout the United States.
Mrs. Goldstein has travelled
extensively in Europe and in the
Near East. She is the wife of
Rabbi Israel Goldstein, former
president of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America and the Jew-
ish National Fund, now serving
as national chairman of the UPA
and co-chairman of the UJA.
Mendel N. Fisher, national
executive director of the Jew-
ish National Fund, will talk on
"Land for the Jewish Slate" at
the next luncheon meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict. Wednesday. 12:15 p.m. in
the National hotel.
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PAGE SIXTEEN vjewist ncridHar FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1943 Lachman Heads Sholom Officers Sam Lachman, Miami Beach community leader and well known hotel man, was unanimously elected president of Temple Beth Sholom at its annual meeting on March 11, held in the Temple patio. He succeeds Harry A. Cornblum. Lachman has been a resident of Miami Beach for twenty years and has been active in Zionist work as a member of the board of the Zionist District and in philanthropic work as a member of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish %  Ho has been a vice president and member of the board of directors of Temple Beth Sholom the past five years. Other officers elected were: Louis J. Krensky. Sidney D. Ansin, Leo Robinson and Joseph Arkin, vice presidents: Abraham Zinnamon, treasurer: I. C. Greenberg, financial secretary; Leonard L. Kimball. general secretary. Following were these elected 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 took place at the home of a sister. Mis Joseph Nurenberg. 2206 S.W. 5th Ave. 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 of three years in the army, he is now a student at the University of Miami. to the board of directors for a term: Leo Solomon, Simon Wolff. Harry A. Cornblum, Shepard Broad, Alexander a, Leonard Wien, Murray Maurer and Roland Granat. Judge K nneth 0-.:.i was elected to fill ncj n the board for a oneOther board members are: G v Cohen, Louis Goldman. %  K r.n. Charles S. Tobin. Emanuel Goldstrich. Abraham Solosko, Leon J. Ell. Joseph Fenias. S. A. Goodman. Ralph Lachman, Nordin, Irving R man and Abraham Schiff. C iblu :ng president. I his annual report, pointing to the tremendous ngrej ation from a tiny building with 40 members when it sl ur years ago, to the fice we now with a membership of 400." Chairmen rious functioning committees also present* ports; and Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation, to whom Cornblum paid tribute in his report, addressed the members on "The State of the %  n." Refreshments were served by the Temp':Sister! I, under the leadership of Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Pioneer Women's Dinner Postponed One Day; Features National President 29th at 6 p.m. Approximately 500 Pioneer Women of .Club I Club II and Kadimah Chapter, with' their guests, will hear Mrs. Israel Goldstein of New York City, national president of the Pioneer Women of America and outstanding leader in organizations devoted to the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine. Mrs. Goldstein, a graduate of Hunter College, received her Master of Arts degree at Columbia. Later she studied law at New York University and practiced for a number of years. In 1925 she organized and became the first president of the New York chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Goldstein visited Palestine in c Flamingo Park Scene 1928, 1932 and 1936, and in 1934 she joined the Labor Zionist movement. In the leadership of the Pioneer Women, the guest speaker has been on its national board for several years serving as national chairman of the Child Rescue Fund of that organization, and also as a member of the National Praesidium from 1945 to 194I. She is active in the National Council of Jewish Women and is Aged Auxiliary Board Plans Annual Party A special board meeting of the Miami Beach auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held on Tuesday afternoon, March 23 at the Robert Richter hotel, Miami Beach, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry presiding. Purpose of the meeting is to formulate final plans for the annual card party which is to take place Tuesday evening, March 30 at the Floridian hotel. Mrs. Israel Goldstein Of Jacob Variety Show Beth Jacob congregation is presenting their annual variety show Sunday. March 28 in the Flamingo park band shell, with Sid WhUe and an all-star show. The affair is sponsored by the Sisterhood. The two-hour performance is made up of a dozen professional acts, according to President Mrs. Jack Hirsch. Arrangements have Elect ERNEST R. GRAHAM to the COUNTY COMMISSION 11 JBWUU ••—— ; been made with the park and one of the leaders of the women's performers that in the event of the oriqinal JO/EM J.RAWL/T)n 4,fa/a@a*im UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Decorator Service At No Extra Coetl Come In or Phone For Oar lopreeoalatrro division of the United Palestine Appeal and the United Jewish Appeal. Well known in New York City tor her activities in Zionist, social and communal work, Mrs. Goldstein is a member of the United Jewish Appeal's Speakers' Bureau and has addressed leading organizations in various cities throughout the United States. Mrs. Goldstein has travelled extensively 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-chairman of the UJA. Mendel N. Fisher, national executive director of the Jewish National Fund, will talk on "Land for the Jewish Slate" at the next luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist district. Wednesday. 12:15 p.m. in the National hotel. JQ/mWWl/DNT wJSSB 704 N (. FIRST AVt ru... T.Q151 inclement weather, tickets purchased will be valid for the first clear night following. Tickets may be obtained at the office of Beth Jacob. 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ii^liB\wiislh-IEIliOiPiidliigun VOLUME 21—NUMBER 12 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS USDESERTS PARTITION Delegate Austin Requests Creation Of Trusteeship American Delegate Warren R. Austin canceled plans to present to the security council last Wednesday a formal request for a special general assembly session to scrap partition and create a UN trusteeship for Palestine which he announced previously on Friday. The council adjourned until Tuesday. The development left UN diplomats confused and puzzled as to what action the UN could take next to solve the Palestine problem. Declaring that there seems to be "general agreement" that the partition plan cannot be implemented now by peaceful means, and that "it is clear that the security council is not prepared to go ahead with efforts to implement the plan in the existing situation," Austin made the following statement on Friday: "My government believes that a temporary trusteeship for Palestine should be established under the Trusteeship Council of the United Nations to maintain the peace and to afford the Jews and Arabs of Palestine further opportunity to reach an agreement regarding the future government of that country. Such a United Nations trusteeship would, of course, be without prejudice to the character of the eventual political settlement, which we hope can be achieved without long delay. In our opinion, the Security Council should recommend the establishment of such a trusteeship to the General Assembly and to the Mandatory Power. This would require an immediate special session of the General Assembly, which the Security Council might call under the terms of the charter. Pending the meeting of the special session of the General Assembly, we believe that the Security Council should instruct the Palestine Commission to suspend its efforts to implement the proposed partition plan. Draft CJA Reports $1,108,824 $. Congress Debates Reversed Policy WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A sharp debate broke out in both houses of Congress as a number of senators and representatives attacked the American reversal on Palestine partition and espousal of a plan for a U.N. trusteeship for the mandate. The high points of the debate came when Rep. Leo Isaacson. American Labor Party of New York, demanded that the United States recognize the de facto Jewish state in Palestine and Rep. Jacob K. Javits of New York introduced a bill to legalize the shipment of arms and munitions to Palestine depsite the State Department embargo. Isaacson also urged that the administration return to its former pro-partition stand. .Veil" Feature A new feature for Jewish Floridian readers will be a column written by Harry Simonhoff. Mr. Simonhoff will bring to readers of the Floridian his caustic comments on local and national affairs. A long time resident of this area, Mr. Simonhoff has returned from a European trip. resolutions which would give effect to the above suggestions will be circulated shortly for the consideration of the Security Council." It was reported that Mr. Truman might discuss the bitterly criticized abandonment of partition at a news conference Thursday. This was followed by other reports that Marshall planned to speak out within a few days on the full reasons for the decision to scuttle the partition program. Testimonial To Moses (vinsburg At Breakfast The Greater Miami Jewish Federation will sponsor a testimonial breakfast honoring Moses Ginsberg on Sunday, March 28, at the Steak House, 2362 Collins Ave. The affair will be tendered as an expression of appreciation for Mr. Ginsberg's generous donation for ten years of the use of the Federation premises, and a recognition of his services to the Jewish community of Greater Miami. Plans for the breakfast were launched at a meeting held yesterday at the offices of Joseph R. Stein, chairman of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, of which Mr. Ginsberg is treasurer. The steering committee for the function is headed by Joseph R. Stein, as chairman, and consists of Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Wm. D. Singer, Herbert Scher, Irving Frankel, George Chertkof and Jack Ablin. Co-chairmen of the arrangements committee are Mrs. Frieda Leslie and Mrs. Herbert Scher. Baron de Hirsch Meyer will address the guests. In announcing the breakfast, Mr. Stein stated: "The entire Jewish community of Greater Miami is signally privileged in having in its midst a man of the caliber of Moses Ginsberg. By paying fitting tribute to his qualities as a generous and publicspirited citizen, we are, in a sense, enriched and ennobled by his inspiring example. "Knowing the place which Moses Ginsberg occupies in the hearts of his fellow citizens of the Greater Miami community, the committee in charge of this testimonial breakfast is fulfilling the will of his legion of friends who want to pay due honor to this warm-hearted and devoted worker for every good and worthy cause." Next-To-Last Meeting Honors Leaders Of Women's Division The mark of $1,108,824, the largest sum ever raised by the local Jewish community was reached by the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced, at the next-to-the-last Report Meeting held Wednesday, March 24, at a luncheon at Manning's Restaurant. More than 300 workers seeking to reach the goal of $1,489,9251 an %  c reported a total of 5.998 pledges ] VlOICnCC EHSIieS In Holy Land JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Violence continued in Palestine this week while dissatisfaction with the United States proposal for abandonment of partition by the United Nations mounted throughout the Jewish community. Six Jews, including two young children were killed when Arabs blew up the Solel Boneh building in Haifa. Early reports said that 14 Jews were hospitalized and 22 were injured slightly by the blast, while eight buildings were damaged and 21 vehicles destroyed by the force of the explosion. obtained in the period since the! beginning of the campaign on March 7. Joseph R. Stein, chairman, presided at the meeting which honored the Women's Division, headed by Mrs. Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs. Joseph Rose and Mrs. Gerald Lewis. Mrs. Goodman, who was introduced by Mr. Stein paid tribute to her co-workers and emphasized the importance of the role which the women of the local community have played in the present drive. Mrs. Goodman drew a parallel between the efforts of the women workers and Queen Esther, pointing out that the Purim season lent a special significance to their labors. She introduced Mrs. Monte Selig, a member of the overseas delegation which visited Europe and Palestine last summer, with a poem written in Mrs. Selig's honor by Mrs. Nat Williams. Mrs. Selig spoke briefly on the work of the National Women's Division and of their determination to achieve 10 r '< of the total national UJA goal of $250,000,000, and stated, "Our inspiration comes from the brave women of Palestine who are working and fighting side by side with their men." Morris Klass, campaign director, read a telegram from the national headquarters of the United Jewish Appeal, which stated in part, "Nothing has changed for the hungry and hopeless The (Continued on Page 4) The explosion of a truckload of dynamite levelled at least eight houses in one block in the Arab section of Haifa. At least 17 persons are known to be dead and 50 wounded, and the casualty figures are expected to go much higher. Buildings were damaged for several blocks in all directions, and several fires raged in the area. Jewish convoys travelling from Ataroth to Jerusalem and from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea were also attacked, but there were no reports of casualties. Mekor Haim and Rehavia came under Arab sniper attack early Monday morning. Sporadic fighting in Jerusalem resulted in slight damage to the Belgian consulate here, but no casualties. Campaign Workers* Effort Can Remove $382,000 Block To Victory 9 ,___. ..Tr:„,„ r „ mM>tini in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be A Statement by JOSEPH R. STEIN (Chairman, 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal) A call has been issued to all campaign workers and, for that matter, to all members of the Jewish Community of Greater Miami, to join with us in our "Victory Breakfast" next Sunday morning at 10 am. at the Steak House. At this writing, with the campaign's closing scheduled for March 28, we have raised $1,100,000. As everyone knows, our goal is $1,489,925. This means that, with just a fewdays to go, we are short $382,000— a very large sum of money to raise in the : few remaining days of this drive. The question has been asked—and rightly so—how can we, under the) circumstances, call next Sunday's function—"Victory Breakfast." "# %  &f The question is not an easy one to answer. In fact, it opens the door to a number of other Question^ such as: Have we, as a community, bit off more than,we can chew? Has the story of the tremendous needs confront ing our people been told adequately to the Jtwun Public? Have contributions been sufficient y greater this year than last to enable us to reach the nigner oal? Have all prospects been covered? answpr If we answer these questions, we canftm'g how we can hope, in the present state of the c-mpaign. Jos. Stein to make next Sunday's breakfast a "Victory" meeting. First, is $1,489,925 too large a goal for Greater Miami? I think the answer is definitely "No." Our community is a prosperous one and, when compared with goals accepted by other Jewish communities of our population class, ours is on a par with theirs. Understandably, nearly a million and a half dollars is a lot of money but when on the one hand we consider the need and on the other our community resources we should not be willing to accept anything less than our goal as the measure of this community's awareness of its responsibility. It should be remembered that the acceptance of the goal was a community-wide act, participated in by representatives of every segment of the community at the mass meeting on January 4. Has the story been told adequately? The answer is that if we spent a million dollars in advertising and could literally flood the community with pamphlets and newspaper articles and deafen it with speeches and radio broadcasts, we couldn't tell the story adequately. How can the plight of 250,000 DP's-st.ll waiting for liberation some three years after wars end—be pictured so that you and I can be made to feel their pangs and sufferings, their despair and holpelessness? And how with all the publicity in the world can we make our community understand what is going on this very moment in the minds and hearts of our fellow-Jews in Sstine-the frustration that must be theirs It is hard for me to believe that there is a single Jew in Greater Miami who is not aware of what is going on in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be advanced as an excuse for not giving, or not giving adequately. Have contributions this year been on a higher plane than last year? Have all prospects been covered? In the answer to these two questions lies the secret of the success or failure of our campaign. In the initial gift phase of the campaign, contributions ran on an average of 70 percent above last year. If this rate of increase could have been maintained throughout the campaign, there would have been no question of our going over the top. Unfortunately, once the initial gift phase of the campaign was concluded, contributions generally have been no.t much higher than those of last year. But the main reason for the slump is that are still several thousand prospect cards in the hands of the workers that have not yet been covered. An office check the other day revealed that nearly $200,000 was still outstanding in uncovered cards of 1947 contributors. All this leads to one positive conclusion: If every worker in the trades unit, the women's unit, the young adult unit, the special assignment unit, the winter residents, hotel and the metropolitan units will immediately cover every one of his uncovered cards—• If every worker in these units will endeavor to get each contributor to pledge twice what he gave in 1947— If every worker does this at once— Our scheduled final report meeting next Sunday will in truth be a "VICTORY BREAKFAST."



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PAGE TWO vjenlsti rkrjdiarL FRIDAY, MARCH 26. lajo Congress Women Attend Conclave Delegates to me national convention of the Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, March 29 to 31. will be leaving here Sunday for New York City. Gathering of the women is to precede the AJC conference there March 31 to April 5. Representing the Miami Beach group will be Mrs. Louis Glasser. president of the Florida Women's Division: Mrs. Jeanette Zimmerman and Mrs. Herbert Glickman: also Miss Malvina Weiss who is in New York at present. Mrs. A. A. Hayden will be the delegate from Miami chapter, and Mrs. Anna Alexander. Esther chapter. Following the conference adjournment Monday April 5. all congress delegates will reconvene in Washington. D. C, to discuss the Palestine problem. American Jewish Congress has re-opened its displaced persons project locally. JccTvo^ ftugflpg beq! • ^tffcM.. %  COLD MOUM.I 1 tanJSf i This seal is a attend tne ch.-Jaren'i festival For Hearty, home-cooked Goulash at its best.. .| prepared undor strict rabbinical MI|MTVl8lun — Young Israol Plans Program Young Israel group of Greater Miami recently elected Louis L. Fox president of the organization for a six-month term. Serving with him will be Esther Carolebach, vice prcs.; Mollie Steinberg, treas.: Morris Kleiner, rec. sec: and Eva Rosner, corres. sec. Saul Genet has been appointed program chairman and Jerry Schichter. chairman of the education and youth committee. Next meeting of the group is to take place Thursday. April 1 at 8:15 p.m. in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Young Israel plans to devote its energies to a program of educational social and recreational .activities. A project of the group is the establishment of a synagogue in the 41st St. area of Miami Beach. 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. Perez—Sholem Aleichem—Sholom Ash—I. J. Singer— J. D. Berltowitx—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 S2.50 — S3.00 SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1348, 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 Collins Avenue Mrs. David Greenberg Albert Ladd. 48-5548. and Mrs. Morris G. Drapkin. 3-8921. at all grocers Distributed by LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES 165 N. E. 24th Street Phone 3-7791 VWWAWVWiW/AWi MIAMI SAT. NITE APRIL 10 Rhumba Two Bands Smooth MIAMI -V SAT. wa



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FB IDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 Jewisti nurik&aun PAGE THREE Conference Of Jewish Women Honors Members Confcience of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade county had ils all-day quarterly meeting of delegates of the 29 organizations affiliated with the conference at the Miami Y March 25. A program was arranged to honor women who had given mos t of their three score and ten years in service to religion, social welfare and community activities, who are still active in Dade county organizations and are duly appointed delegates to the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations. In most instances those leaders have daughters who arc taking an active party in community work and are officers or delegates to the conference. Citations of merit were awardid by Jacob Sher, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to Mrs. Camille Baum. .losoph Brenner, Mrs. Isidor Cohen Mrs. Josephine Goldstrom and Mrs. Moses Krieger. A corsage was presented to Mrs. Baum by her daughter. Mrs. Clementine Kemp, secretary of the organization; to Mrs. Brenner, by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, her daughter, who is president of the organization; to Mrs. Cohen, by her daughter Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, vice president; to Mrs Goldstrom by Mrs. Anna Kaufman who is president of B'nai B'rith Women; and to Mrs. Krieger. by Mrs. Dorothy Fink, hedaughter. During the business session of the conference the nominating committee made its report of the officers to be elected in May, and revisions of the constitution were considered. Delegates discussed the pros and conof the Miami-Dade county merger. They were addressed by T. A. Norwood who spoke for and David H. Hendrick, who spoke against consolidation. Miami WC Concert Miami Workmen's circle is pres< nting a Purim concert Sunday at 8 p.m. in the lyceum, 1545 S. W 3rd St. Featured in the program are the appearance of vocalist and accordionist. Luba Roy, and an act by H. Greenberg, written by Sholem Aleiehem. The school children are to participate. Pioneer Women Banquet Monday Jan Bart, popular tenor, will headlight the entertainment at Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women's Ninth annual donor dinner. The affair takes place Monday evening at 6 p.m. in Manning's restaurant, i BarJ will be accompanied by Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Also included on the program is Luba Roy, Palestinian artist who will sing and accompany herself on the accordion. Mrs. Israel Goldstein of New Yor* City, national president of the Pioneer Women of America, will be guest speaker. Active nationally and in her home town in many Jewish service and welfare organizations, Mrs. Goldstein has travelled extensively 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-chairman of the UJA. Mrs. Sam Sorin-Bild, president and Moatzath Hapoaloth chairman of the local council, is chairman of this dinner, assisted by Mrs. Henry Seitlin Mrs. Max Shubow, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes and Mrs. Albert H. Berson, Moatzath Hapoaloth chairmen of the Club I, Club II and Kadimah Chapter. Mrs. Harry Albert (Kadimah Chapter) will be toastmaster; Mrs. Max Shubow (Club II) will extend greetings from the three Miami chapters; Mrs. Isaac Pushkin (Club I) will give the invocation; and Rabbi Max Shapiro will address the members and their guests. Mrs. Harry Queen (Club I), Mrs. Yetta Davidsohn (Club II) and Mrs. Ida Meltzer (Kadimah Chapter) have been chosen as program jewel chairmen for their respective clubs. Hostesses for the dinner from Club I are Mesdames H. Mandel, M. Mendelson, L. Feinstein, R. Brody and J. Greenberg; from Club II, Mesdames A. Dorff. B. Graetz, C. Krantz, R. Marcus and E. Shadroff; and from the Kadimah Chapter. Mrs. Lillian Becker, Mrs. Sol Braun. Mrs. Ida Myron, Mrs. Sam (Huddy) Siegel, Mrs. Hvman Sootin and Mrs. David Washer. Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women through the proceeds of this dinner, are cooperatGet Y O U R Tickets At 311 Washington Ave., Phone 5-6150 For The PURIM VARIETY SHOW JAN BART — MICHEL ROSENBERG oi Little Roumania MANNIE GATES & HIS ORCHESTRA MISS PATSY SHAW BUDDY WALKER AND MOIIi: THAN A DOZEN OI III It HEADLINE ACTS Presented by Sid White SUNDAY, MARCH 28th, 8:30 P. M. (In event of bad weather, Monday) FLAMINGO PARK BANDSHELL 11th Street and Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach Sponsored by the Sisterhood of CONGREGATION BETH JACOB Contributions S5, S2 and $1 Jerome Weinkle (right) is presenting the citizenship debate trophy to Burton Michaels and Arline Perry of Miami Senior High school, winners of the second annual Dade county High school debate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. The victors are to visit Washington, D. C. for one week where they will attend sessions of the Senate and House as the guests of Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard Holland and Congessman George A. Smathers. They will also receive gold loving cups and forensic proficiency scrolls. Judges in the contest were Mayor Robert Floyd, Dade County Commissioner Charles Grandon and Judge Ross Williams, The students defeated Miami Edison High by taking the negative side of the subject "Resolved: That the Marshal Plan Will Promote World Peace." Composer Entertains Music Lovers Group Alfred Eisenstein, composer, entertained a group of music lovers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff, 2961 S.W. 18th St., last Friday. The former civil engineer played a transcription of a radio program which featured songs and instrumental music composed by him. The compositions were broadcast recently over a New York municipal radio station in one of a series of programs devoted to contemporary American composers. Eisenstein's newest so.ig, "Life Was Beautiful," has been accepted for publication by Chappell & Co., Inc. ^mong the guests were Mrs. Edythe Krepach, New Haven, Mrs. Etta Hinkes, Patterson, N. J.; Miss May Oxman, Philadelphia: and Miss Betty Halam of Miami. ing with the 21,000 other American Pioneer Women in their 320 clubs throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico in raising $1,500,000 for the present Palestinian Emergency Fund for the Moatzath Hapoaloth in Palestine. The Moatzath Hapoaloth is presently engaged in maintaining reception centers for the DP's coming into Palestine where they are rehabilitated physically and trained to take their places as productive citizens of a new Jewish Homeland. FOii Cf XtGUST BROS Ry £ 3 Hadassah to Hear Gray will address the next Child WeiBarry Gray, radio announcer fare meeting of Miami group of Hadassah. The meeting is to take place Monday. April 12. in the home of Mrs. Sheldon Kay, 1379 Venetian Way. 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PAGE FOUR + lewlstfhrkB*fi FRIDAY, MARCH 26. EDTfORIAL Face Facts Jacob Sher. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, received the following telegram this week from Jonah B. Wise, chairman of the United Jewish Appeal: Until November 29, 1947, when the United Nations decided upon the establishment of a Jewish State through partition in Palestine, there were: (A) 280.000 Jews in displaced persons camps in Germany, Austria, Italy and Cyprus. Today there are as many or more. (B) There were 1,250.000 surviving Jews in eastern and western Europe of whom more than half were completely dependent on our assistance. They continue to require relief and rehabilitation. (C) There were 700.000 Jews in Palestine building their homeland and prov.dmg for its development so that thousands upon thousands of additional immigrants might be absorbed. They themselves are compelled to defend their land, their homes and their very lives in the face of Arab attacks. Immigrants continue to arrive. There were 8,000 in January: 11.000 in February, and continuing immigration in comparable numbers is expected. The care of these immigrants depends on the resources and indomitable spirit and courage of the Palestinian community and the help they receive from the American Jewish community through the United Jewish Appeal. There is no one else to help them. But for us they stand alone. (D) Thousands of refugees were arriving monthly from Asia and Europe to the hospitable shores of the United States. This immigration is continuing and it is hoped that the numbers will be increased. The integration of these newcomers into the American way of life must be made possible by the United Jewish Appeal. Nothing has changed for the hungry, the homeless, the helpless men. women and children whose survival and welfare must continue to be the almost sole responsibility of the American Jewish community through the United Jewish Appeal. If anything, the need for our help is greater today than it was on November 29, 1947. Cruel disappointment has been the lot of the pitiful remnants of surviving Jews overseas. Their courage must be matched by our courage. Their will to survive must be matched by our determination to help them. We dare not desert them. Of all the poignant tragedies suffered by our people overseas, this would be the most staggering. The United Jewish Appeal continues to be an humanitarian agency. Its mission of relief and rehabilitation reIT'S YOUR DUTY TO CARRY ON, SON— mains constant. It is not a political agency. Its constituent agencies continue to conform meticulously to laws and statutes of the United States government. With the assured understanding and outpouring of generosity of the American Jewish community, the United Jewish Appeal will carry forward its sacred mission for the complete fulfillment of its purposes. For the officers of the United Jewish Appeal Jonah B. Wise, National Chairman. The above message gives us the naked and true facts. It emphasizes the responsibility our commun.ty has in insuring our current Combined Jewish Appeal. Light To Darkness The impact of America's sudden reversal of policy on partition is so stunning that it ^ ^ possible at this moment to react with any degree of objectivity, or even of subjectivity. The hurt is too deep, the wound too painful, the insult too heavy, the betrayal too unbelievable. Less than four months ago our country, faced by an essentially moral problem, rose to world leadership in stearing the Palestine issue to the only apparent solution. Today, after having raised false hopes in the hearts of the Yishuv and in the souls of the tragic Jewish figure in Europe whose longing for Zion is the sole mainspring of their existence, the United States stands with the Arabs in shearing Jewish hopes, in subjecting our men, women and children in Palestine to slaughter by semi-civilized peoples and in frustrating a dream which stood as a pillar of light in Jewish life over the centuries. Less than four months aqo our spokesmen at the United Nations gained the admiration of the world by meeting Arab threats and challenges with a forthrightness and courage becoming a great nation. Today we cringe and yield to Arab violence. Less than four months ago we sounded a call of encouragement to a bewildered world seeking comfort and peace in international organ:zation. Today we carry a message of divisiveness, o message of despair and hopelessness to the frightened people of the world. This sudden transition from light to darkness is even more ominous when considered against the background of last week's Presidential message to the people of America and the world. For how can the people of Italy, of France, of Greece—all the people to whom the messaqe was directed—repose faith in a government, in a President and in an Administration which so shamefully reneges on a decision to which it had been pledging adherence to the very last moment? The faith of the world in America has long been tottering. The painful display of shamefulness before the Security Council may well shatter that faith completely. The unheard of reversal of policy will noi deter the Jewish people from unremittingly pursuing their national aspirations In Palestine, not the American Jews from giving them every aid and support." Next-To-Last Meeting Honors Leaders Of Women's Division (Continued from Page 1) need is greater oven than before N v-mber 29 (Partition Day) for the displaced persons and the rest of the Jews in both Europe and Palestine, as well as for the new| comers arriving in the United Sta-.i Divisions reported as follows: Winter Residents. Jack Ablin reporting. H pledges for $5,105. making a total of 148 pledges for $121,990; Trades. William Glick reporting. 98 ledges for S11.477, for a total of 1,647 pledges for $506,132: Hotels, J. M. Seidenberg reporting. 5 pledges for $3,075, for a total of 376 pledges for $331,360; Women's Gifts, Miss Bea Rapport reporting, 79 pledges for $5,016. for a total of 773 pledges for $92,157: Metropolitan, Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Leon Kronish reporting. 364 pledges for $5,816, for a total of 2,294 pledges for $51,172; Young Adult, Joe Pardo reporting. 14 pledges for $111, for a total of 178 pledges for $5,173. Youth Division, Abe Gannes reporting. 2 pledges for $330. for a total of 204 pledges for $840. Abe Gannes. Youth Division chairman, made special mention of the gift of $100 contributed by the Teen-Age Council of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, which was presented by Bob Somerstein, representing the Council, as well as the various sums raised in the religious schools throughout the community which were as follows: Beth David, $205; Temple Israel, $325; Miami Beach Jewish Center, $125; Beth Sholom, $200; Jewish Orthodox, $25; Beth Jacob. $25, and Coral Gables Jewish Community Center, $50. Flowers were presented to Mrs Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Stanley Myers, and Mrs. Monte Selig and a song sung in their honor as a mark of appreciation for their efforts. Workers were urged by the chairman, Joseph Stem, to make reservation promptly to attend the final and what is hoped to be the Victory Breakfast Sunday morning, March 28th, at the Steak House, 2362 Collins Ave., at 10 o'clock. This function will als i Zionists Pledge I'aU'sl ine Support NEW YORK, (JTAi—A pledge of "utmost support" of whatever :. the Jewish community of stine may take in implementing the U.N. partition decision was voiced here over the weekend at an emergency meeting of the administrative council of the I nation of America ing the announcement by •lie American Government that it has abandoned the U.N. partition decision and that it intends to rec mmend an interim U.N. trusteeship tor Palestine a! a special General Assembly. The meeting also adopter! a resolution exViolence Continues In Holy Land Both Sides Suffer Casualties Haganah forces drove off an Arab band of 1.000 men which had entrenched itself around Hartuv. in the Judean hills between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, after an all-night attack. At least 40 Arabs were reported slain. serve to honor Moses Ginsberg, pressing "horror" it the prospect the treasurer of the 1948 Comof thi Moi :e against the bined Jewish Appeal. State Zionists Meet In Atlanta Jews of Pale-' plicit" the trusteeship pi p Pi ti iburg; P ilitical Action, Abe G In in, national /, O A. vice Zionists from all over Florida :p. Moe are preparing to converge upon s.'.. • Palm Beach; OrOrlando for the first annual st.r.e ganization and Programming, conference, which is taking on A I Freed nan, Z.O.A. added significance in view of the Southeastern Regional director. present critical situation at the' c ,. : Orlando will U.N. and in Palestine. The event I pn rning session will take place this Sunday tt Roth of Miami Beach The British commander of a 700-man Arab band and 20 Arabs were killed in another fierce, night-long battle which took place around the settlement of Ni/anim. in the Negev, Haganah reported. The band, led by a Briton allegedly of high military rank, approached the colony for an all-out attack, but was spotted in time by Haganah guards. The raiders attacked the colony in several continuous waves, but fell back and fled before the intense Jewish fire. March 28. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the banquet on Sunday night at the San Juan hotel, and Mortimer May, national vice chairman of the Z.O.A. Administrative Council, will be on hand to discuss the issues at the luncheon, which has been planned. the following will lead in workshop panels that will feature the morning and afternoon sessions: Brandeis Camp. Shepard Broad. Miami Beach; Z.O.A. Edm the afternoon Luncheon presiding officer will be Sidm Gluckman, regional vice presifrom Daj I %  ., Beat h Shepard Broad, regional vice p dent from Miami Beach, will be toastmaster at the banquet. Bri< ses of welcome will be delivered l,y Abe Goldstein, national Z.O.A. vice president, now s asota and Sol P Benamy, president of the Southrn Zionist Region Rabbi A, Skop of Orlando and Haganah added that later a British police unit attacked the Arab band, killing three of the marauders and wounding four Another guerrilla band, rushed in to relieve the first group of attackers, met with heavy Haganah resistance and was driven off after suffering several casualties. ucational and Public Relations iRabbi Sol H. Oster of Lakeland Projects, Manuel Posy, New York Z.O.A. executive; Jewish National Fund, M. G. Rosenberg, St. will pronounce the invocations a inquet and luncheon spectively. reArab snipers opened fire in the center of Jerusalem, killing one Jew outside a movie and losing two men when Haganah members returned the fire. Smaller en>-nts between Haganah and Arab units flared up on the outskirts of the city, the biggest of which occurred near Neve Jacob, where Jewish armored cars blocked the road leading to the settlement to prevent Arab reinforcements from reaching an Arab band attacking the colony. Two Arabs and one Greek were killed by the Jews. Refugees Of Nazism Arrive Here From China SAN FRANCISCOA group of 122 refugee men. women and children who were stranded in Shanghai for more than eight years following then flight from Nazi-occupied Eur >pe will arrive here aboard the S.S. "General Gordon" on Tuesday, March 23, 1948, it was rep irted today by United Service for New Americans, major welfare agency aiding survivors of Nasis.:. coming to haven in this country. The newcomers are part of a group of Europeans who fled the Nazis and found haver, in China before the war. About 6.500 ot the original group, who were interned bv the Japanese in a wartime ghetto in Shanghai, are stui living there while awaiting emigration opportunity*Je*l§t>tl"M& 1 !. Friday ""''.


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FR IDAY. MARCH 26, 1948 fJenisti n-Dridliar PAGE FIVE Miss Rhoda Granowitz Announces Engagement At a surprise dinner party given at the Ritz Plaza hotel in honor of her 21st birthday, the engagement of Miss Rhoda GranMiss Granowitz owitz to Al Rubin was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Granowitz of 721 14th PI., Miami Beach. He is the son of M: and Mrs. William Rubin, 4491 Prairie, also of Miami Beach. Having attended schools in New York City and Miami Beach, Miss Granowitz is now employed by certified public accountant on Lincoln Rd. Her fiance, a former student of the Univerity of Miami, is associated with EngravO-Craft, engraving and plating engineers. No date has been set for the wedding. Double Ring Ceremony Unites Miss Borkin, Earl Susaneck A double ring ceremony joined in marriage Miss Estelle Lee Borkin and Earl Joseph Susaneck, Sunday, March 7. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Maurice Mamches officiated at the ceremony which was conducted at the Beth David Congregation. The bride daughter of Mrs. Rose Borkjn 730 N.E. 62nd St., was given in marriage by her brother, Albert Borkin. The groom was accompanied to the altar by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Susaneck, 167 N.W. 25th St. Miss Shirley Bragman, cousin to the bride, served as maid of honor, and the Misses Florence Feldman, Joan Zucker and Ruth Grayson were bridesmaids. Mr. I Susaneck's best man was his j cousin Bernard Hyman of At| lantic City, N. J., and ushering j roles were taken by Dr. Eugene Edelman, Philip Edelman. Herman Staiman and Arnold Grayson. Miss Lorraine "Pinky" Bragman showered yellow rose petals in the path of the bride as she walked down the aisle, and Melvin Hecht, concluded the bridal procession, carrying the ring on a white satin pillow. The groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Susaneck of Atlantic City, completed the bridal party. Albert Glantz, vocal soloist .was accompanied by Miss Marilyn Grayson, pianist, and Maurice Goldstein, violinist. A reception for 350 guests followed the ceremony. The immediate family and visiting guests concluded the day's festivities with dinner and dancing in the evening at the Blackstone hotel. The former Miss Borkin was Shulmans Tendered 30th Anniversary Party On the occasion of the thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shulman. Parkway Apartments, 13th St. and Meridian Ave., Miami Beach friends gathered in the home of Mr. Miller to fete the couple with a party. S. A. Goldin intiated the inscription of Mr. and Mrs. Shulman in the Golden Book in Jerusalem and was joined by all those present. Miss Edith Koenig Engaged To Newman A June wedding will climax nuptial plans for Miss Edith Koenig, Fort Lauderdale, whose engagement to Stuart Newman of Miami Beach was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Koenig, Freehold, N. J. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Newman, reside in Fort Lauderdale. The wedding will take place at the Shoreham hotel in Washington, D. C. on June 19. A graduate of Freehold High school, Miss Koenig was graduated from Fitkin Memorial School of Nursing at Asbury Park. N. J. She attended Columbia University for specialized post-graduate study. The brideelect is a member of the American and Florida State Nurses Associations. A public relations counsel with offices in Miami Beach, Mr. Newman is a graduate of University of Florida where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. A lieutenant in World War II,' he served as an Air Force bombardier-navigator and public relations officer. Mr. Newman is a member of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Elks and is secretary of the Greater Miami chapter, Sigma Delta Chi journalistic fraternity. Miss Koenig %  Mrs. Susaneck Mrs. J. Schifman and daughter, Mrs. Einbeinder and daughter of Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Gittleman of New Britain, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Kraner of Bav graduated from Miami Senior City, Mich.; Mrs. B. Fabricant High school. Mr. Susaneck attended schools in Atlantic City. N. J., and at present is in business in Miami. He is a Navy veteran, having spent two years in the Pacific area. Now spending their honeymoon in Central Florida, the newlyweds will reside in Miami upon their return. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. A. Levine, Mr. and and Mrs. H. Belsky of Brooklyn, N. Y.: Miss Gertrude Sashin of New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Bader of Spring Valley. N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. F. Susaneck, Mr. and Mrs. Rakoff, Mr. and Mrs. Uretsky, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman, Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Zucker, Bernard Hyman and Miss Joan Zucker, all from Atlantic City, N. J. Yvette Margulies Announces Engagement To Benjamin Fogel Betrothal of Miss Yvette Jewel Margulies and Benjamin Fogel is announced today by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Margulies, 1837 S.W. 14th St. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauis Fogel, Lakewood, N. J. Reception for the couple will be held Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. at the Margulies home. Miss Margulies was confirmed and graduated from Beth David synagogue and was graduated from Miami Senior High school. She attended Northwestern university and is.now a sophomore at the University of Miami majorMiss Margulies ing in speech pathology. The.~ bride-elect is secretary-trepsurerfgraduate of Bronx High school o! of Habonim. youth labor Zionist Miss Irene Jacobs Wedding Sunday \t King Cole Miss Irene Jacobs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, 528 S.W. 10th Ave., will become Mrs. James William Baros, Jr., Sunday evening in the King Cole hotel. A recent graduate of the University of Miami, Miss Jacobs is the past president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority there. She has chosen sorority sisters for her attendants. Miss Lynn Rabin will be maid of honor and the Misses Joan Perlman, Bobby Sacknoff and Edie Resnik, bridesmaids. Pre-nuptial 'parties honoring Miss Jacobs included a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Gertrude Michaels, a surprise lingerie shower by the sorority and a crystal shower by Mrs. Frank Rose. Before leaving for her home in Pawtucket, R. I., Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, the former Beverly August, also tendered a luncheon for the bride-elect. Mr. Baros, son of Mr. and Mrs. James William Baros, was graduated from Georgia school of Technology as a chemical engineer March 20. Mrs. Sherry To Golden Age Club First annual Purim celebration of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YM-YWHA will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. in the new Y building at 450 S.W. 16th Ave. An array of talent combining music, acting, and readings in Yiddish is included in the program. Purim refreshments including Hamantashen will be served. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will speak to the assembled audience. The public is invited to attend the Purim celebration. Admission is 75c including tax. organization,


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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 f" Jewish Acrid/ian PAGE SEVEN Temple Israel Sisterhood Honors Miss Strauss Miss Helen Strauss Entertaining a national officer, Miss Helen Strauss of New York, members of the board of Temple Israel Sisterhood, both incumbent and those nominated to hold office next year, will meet at a luncheon in Huyler's restaurant on Monday, March 29, at 1 p.m. Miss Strauss is national director of the House of Living Judaism project. Mrs. Nat L. Williams is chairman for the Temple Israel Sisterhood of this work, which is to provide a fund for the building of a cultural center in New York and one in Cincinnnati. Other members of the Sisterhood interested in the House of Living Judaism are invited to attend the luncheon. Reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Stella Hantman, 3-0563, or Mrs. Henry Hirsch, 48-4269. Lif* Iniuranc* Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ine. Co. •07 Biacayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-99*1 AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Parts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 Coral Gables Mayor Installation Guest W. Keith Phillips, Coral Gables city mayor, will be guest of honor at installation ceremonies welcoming the newly elected officers of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge and its women's chapter on Sunday, 7 p.m., March 28th. at the Fox Restaurant, 6500 S. Dixie Highway. Jack Abbott, president of the State Federation of Florida B'nai B'rith Lodges will install Leonard Spiegel as president and Jerome Adelman as vice president. Mrs. Irving Becker, a vice president of the District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith women, will install the officers of the Coral Gables Women's Chapter at the same function. Mrs. Nathan Bloom was recently elected president of the Women's Chapter and Mrs. Morris Horwitz and Mrs. William Heckler were appointed vice presidents. Other officers to be installed are, Gables men: rec. sec, Edward Wolf; corr. sec, Alvin Corenblum; fin. sec, Sidney Richman; treas., Lewis Pomerantz: warden, Milton Klein; guardian, Jerome Poncher; monitor, Dr. Leonard Glickstein; trustee (1 yr.) Eugene Seidler; trustees (2 yrs.) Rabbi Albert Michels and Bernard Hoffman. Coral Gables women: rec. sec, Mrs. Leonard Glickstein; corr. sec, Mrs. A. W. Harris; fin. sec, Mrs. Bernard Abramson; treas.. Mrs. Frank Weilins; parliamentarian, Mrs. Oscar Sindell; monitor, Mrs. Sam Schulefand; historian, Mrs. Herman FisherHillel Council delegate, Mrs. Sam Silver; B'nai B'rith Council delegates, the Mesdames Lawrence Simkin, A. W. Harris and Nathan Bloom. Se.-ving on the chapter's board of directors will be the Mesdames Maurice Corenblum. Albert Michels, Sidney Boeninger, Sidney Richman, Edgar Miller Sidney Lewis. Karl Krueger Detroit symphony orchestra will be presented in a special engagement by the University of Miami. Saturday, April 3. in Miami Senior High school. The concert begins at 8:30 p.m., Karl Krueger conducting. Sholom Ladies Nominate Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, has announced the following nominating committee for the Sisterhood: Mrs. Irving Rothman. chairman, and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, Mrs. William Fair, Mrs. Saul Kaplan. Mrs. Jack Kay, Mrs. Charles Tobin, and Mrs. Jack Udell A slate of officers will be sent to all members by March 31. TOUBY RMNTING CORP. I i'^^'f'aStt 350CC LIUSSED AHoksuMoComrmms 669 N.W.6*Str**tMIAMl M. FLORIDA Weiskopf Dies at Home Daniel K. Weiskopf, 74, retired vice president and director of the National Distillers Products Corp., New York City, died at his home Monday night, 3310 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. A resident of Miami Beach for 10 years having come from New York, Weiskopf is survived by two sons, James, Miami Beach, and Robert, Miami Shores, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert H. Reid of New York City. The body was sent to New York Wednesday. From The Moment of His Inauguration Will Be A Full-Fledged GOVERNOR There is no substitute for experience and, as Governor, Colin English will not have to spend valuable months feeling his way around getting acquainted with the "job" of Governor. He knows now... and from the moment of his inauguration, he will be a full-fledged Governor. Aside from his outstanding accomplishments in the field of education as Superintendent of Public Instruction, Colin English is fully qualified now to fulfill the duties of Chief Executive of our state ... from the standpoint of experience and thorough knowledge of state governmental affairs-a cquired through eleven years of continuous experience as a member of the state cabinet and other important boards and commissions, during the administrations of three governors. Colin English has already accomplished great things for Florida, and, as Governor, he will continue to do all of those things which will best serve the interests of all Florida. Compare the experience, record of accomplishments and other qualifications of those seeking this high office, and we believe that you'll agree ... it is to the best interests of every man, woman and child of this state, that you vote for and Elect COLIN ENGLISH GOVERNOR At The May 4th Democratic Primaries We Are For CoHll English .') i LEONARD ABESS SAM BECKER DAVID CATSMAN C. L. CLEMENTS LEO EISENSTEIN AUGUST GEIGER ROSEMARY GERSON COL. SOL GOLDSTROM JEROME GOODMAN HENRY HOHAUSER JACK JUSTICE WALTER EOVNER IRWIN KORACH REBECCA KRIEGER HUGH S. LARRICK PAT MALONE BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER GERTRUDE RAND VAN C. KUSSROW ABE SCHONFELD S. E. SCHWARTZ MARK A. SMITH MILTON WEISS ROSE WEISS Pd. for by Miami Beach Friends or Colin English.



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PAGE EIGHT JeMfhridkn_ FRIDAY, MARC H 26. Personally Speaking... Maurice Grossman, director of the Miami Y, left far a short business trip to New York City this morninq. He will return Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Pushin. formerly of 1260 Everglades Concourse. Normandy Isle, moved into their new home weanesday, 3910 Garden Ave., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Levine of 1332 S.W. 13th St. announced the birth of a son, Paul Howard. n v Miss Rose Natkin of 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, entertained recently for members of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seid, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bernstein and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Choper, all of New York City, who are visiting here. + A girl, Janice Darlene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levenson of 1600 S.W. 20th St. recently. # Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson are entertaining Mr. Thompson's sister, Mrs. Cleo Anderson of Burnswick. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenhouse of Perth Amboy, N. J.. who are spending the winter season in Miami Beach, are expecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lehman to arrive today for a short visit over the Easter holidays. They are holding open house for friends at 900 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, Tuesday evening. A boy, Stephan Paul, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Weiner, 1511 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. In honor of their 39th wedding anniversary a dinner was given for Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami Beach, in the banquet room of Rosedale restaurant Sunday afternoon. It was given by their children as a surprise to the anniversary couple. Among the guests were 14 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohen of 1568 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, announce the birth of a son, Jeffry Alan. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis of Hendersonville, N. C, who have been spending the winter on Normandy Isle. Miami Beach, left yesterday for their home town. In Hendersonville they operate the Duncragan Inn which is to open June 1. ^^ Both David Hall Is Costume Event Because of the success of earlier costume balls in celebrating the Purim festival years ago, BetA David Sisterhood has planned to repeat the costume event neXI Sunday. April 4 for their annual affair in the new Miami Y. according to Mrs. Samuel August, one of the general chairman. Mr and Mrs. August, together with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Unto have arranged the affair assisted Phylls Tun-bin Engaged To Calvin Koveng Betrothal of Miss Phyljj Tw chin to Calvin Koveni 'has b~ announced here and in Baltimore Miss Turchin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ben Turchin of 58M Collins Ave. and the Sea bu hotel, Miami Beach is in New York at present. She was graduated from Miami Beach High Club Artists To A new founded in labor Zionist January has Mrs. August by several members of the Sisterhood and their husbands, and a committee representing P-T A. Through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Hertz, a wandering minstrel has been engaged Mrs. Maiamut Mrs. Maiamut To Wed Ben Danbaum Forthcoming wedding of Mrs. William Maiamut. president of the Versailles hotel. Miami Beach, to Benjamin F. Danbaum of Miami Beach and Jacksonville. The wedding is planned for this spring in Miami Beach. Mrs. Maiamut. a widow since 1945. has two daughters; Mrs. Chester Kessler of Manhattan and Mrs. Leonard H. Adelman of Miami Beach, the former Misses Sylvia and Dorothy Maiamut. The bride-elect has been prominent among many local and outof-state civic and charitable organizations. She is an active member of the Florida a ad New Jersey been 1 formed in Miami, a local branch of Poale Zion, the Labor Organization of America. Miami chapter of the organization has named itself the A. D. Gordon branch. Temporary officers include Mrs. Nathan Brecn chairman; Miss Yvette Margulies, secretary: Benjamin Fogel. treasurer, and Morton Rosenbaum. current events chairman. Labor Zionists Add New tiroup Feature Beth Jacob Anniversary Event Michel Rosenberg, popular comedian currently appearing at the Little Roumania. and the tenor Jan Bart will highlight the annual variety show of Beth Jacob this Sunday, celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the congregation. Sid White is to present the all-star show sponsored by the Sisterhood in FlaLast meeting of the group was' mingo park band shell, Miami held Tuesday. March 23 at the Beach, at 8:30 p.m. home of Mrs. Robert Miller at Serving as masters of cerewhich time Pinchas Cruso. memmonies will be Buddy Walker and ber of the Zionist Emergency Barry Gray. Miss Patsy Shaw and Council and national officer of Laden and Rose are included in who will entertain attendants during the intermissions of dancJJJ^ ^ere'liM^ttOIiaC ing. Music will be provided by Mickey Cherep and his orchestra. Hospitality committee is composed of all the Sisterhood's past presidents and their husbands. Poale Zion. spoke on the current situation in Palestine. Labor Zionists are active politically in Jewish affairs in Palesthe professional comedy acts. Music is to be provided by Mannie Gates and his orchestra. Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president of Zionist Youth Hold Regional Meet. Regional Zionist Leadership Institute and Regional Young Judaea Leaders' Council meeting will be held this year in Jacksonville. Fla.. from April 2 through April 4th according to plans released by the Regional Zionist Youth Commission and the Jacksonville Zionist Youth Mr. Danbaum. president of a local beverage firm bearing his name resides at 200 W. Rivo Alto Dr.. Miami Beach. A widower since 1938 he has one daughter, Sonia. a student at the University of Miami. Mrs. Simon Kefsky of Lincoln, Neb., a sister of Mrs. Maiamut, will be matron of honor, and a brother, Harry Kendis of Miami Beach, will be best man. Miss Turchin school and attended Louisiana State university and the University of Miami, and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mn, Morris Kovens, Balt:mo r e. A service veteran, Kovens attended the University of Maryland. Following a June wedding they are to reside in Baltimore. A large band of Arabs attacked a Jewish convoy near the Arab town of Ishdud. built on the site of the ancient Palestine city, Commission, co-sponsors of the Ashdod, and according to an ofannual event. This year's week-end institute will be primarily devoted to the training of leaders and prospective leaders for Young Judaea clubs in the region including the states of Florida. Georgia. ficial communique, 13 Jews were killed and 16 are missing. Haganah headquarters denied the report, declaring instead that Haganah men beat off an Arab attack on the convoy, killing six and wounding three attackers. Ross. Former FEPC Director Guest of AJC A regular meeting of the Miami Beach Chapter, Florida Women's Division, American Jewisa Congress, will be held on Mon-J day, March 29th. at 1 30 p.m. iij the Miami Beach Y, 1536 Ba;| Road, Miami Beach, with Mi Clarence Cohn president in tie chair. The business of the dat will include presentation of the slate of officers for the comini year. This will be made by M-i Samuel Lipton, chairman of tin nominating committee. The meeting will be highlighted by a review by Malcolm Ross d his newly published book, "AH Manner of Men" which deals with the minority problem in the U. S. and the difficulties encountered by the Fair Employment Practice Commission in fighting prf judices. Mr. Ross is now with the j press relations department at the University of Miami and wai chairman of the FEPC. tine, the Americas and Europe;. the Sisterhood, has announced socially by democratizing Jewish that tickets purchased for Sunday life and institutions; culturally, will be valid on the first clear by helping to evolve a socially night following in the event that progressive Jewish culture and inclement weather should intereducational system; and ecofere with the three-hour pernomically, by participating in the formance. uptiding of a cooperative Jewish commonwealth and in the training of the Jewish masses in the Diaspora in productive occupations, according to a statement from the organization. Arrangements committee includes Mrs. Hirsch. Mrs. L>uis Makovsky. Mrs. Carl Willis. Mrs. Ben Kalish. Mrs. Max Thurston. Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Jack Satin and Mrs. Louis Feder; also Rattan Furniture Information about future meetJack Satin. Harry Wasserman. A ings is directed to Miss gulies. phone 3-0330. MarJ. Safra. John Levy, William Mechlowitz. Louis Bloomfield, Al Galbut, I. Brenner and Martin Genet. Rabbi Goldstein Speaks Before Zionist Meeting Rabbi Israel Goldstein of NewYork, chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and co-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, will discuss Conditions in Palestine at the next regular luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Zionist district. Wednesday. 12:15 p.m., in the National hotel. The former president of ZOA and the Jewish National Fund is here with Mrs. Goldstein, national pr B ^ or, the Pioneer Women. Body of Pvt. Birnbaum Returned From Pacific Among the bodies of marines killed in action in the Pacific that arrived in San Francisco last week aboard the transport USS Walter W. Schwenk. was that of Sheldon B. BernBaum. 19. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Bernbaum of 28 W. DiLido Dr., Miami Beach. A former University of Florida student, Bernbaum was killed on Iwo Jima March 6, 1945. He is to be buried in Detroit. Buy Your Rattan Furniture Direct From the Maker EMPIRE HltMTIIti; FACTORY and Rattan Works 1225 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami Phone 9-6427 The next time you see a piece of rattan furnitureexamine it for brass screws and nails and see how much more elegant Miami Made Rattan Furniture i*.



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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1948 +Jewlsli Ftorfdffar) PAGE NINE Letters To The Editor Dear Editor: Please print the following letter I wrote to Rabbi Shapiro: Rabbi Max Shapiro Congregation Beth David Miami, Fla. Dear Rabbi: It is with a heavy heart and driven by the extreme urgency of the present crisis, aggravated by our own government through Warren Austin, chief American UN representative reversing its decision on the Partition Plan, that I write this letter to you. It appears that the policy of our official Zionist leaders has been a failure. We have a right to ask for explanations as their illusions for a peaceful solution of the Partition plan exploded. A new orientation in policy is absolutely necessary now. Their policy was based on the following promises: (1) The prestige of the UN. (2) Belief that the British government will really evacuate Palestine, and open a free port and also remain neutral between Arab and Jew. (3) Considered Arab threat* as mere bluff. (4) Based its main hope on Hagana as a military factor to maintain the situation in the Yishuv. Now the rude awakening proving the above premises were mere wishful thinking. We must become stark realists and warn the Agency that the Hafiana alone is not capable of coping with the situation, and that defensive attitude alone will only increase Arab operations. The Irgun and the Sternists have proven that they were able to keep the British and Arabs at bay with continuous offensive actions, and the Hagana dare not become the victim of a defensive Zionist political policy. At present we have under way a fund raising campaign by the Federation. It is a philanthropic campaign, which comes to us as a yearly event; and the money raised is necessary to maintain the various charitable institutions, but Rabbi, may I ask, how much of that money collected will go in the field in pressing political action? How much of the contributions will go to the great battle of Jewish freedom? Comparatively very little. (As war does not operate on a budget.) We have about fifty days left to "D" Day, May 15th. The British and the Arabs are all set for a massacre of the "Yishuv." I honestly believe that the Irgun being strictly a military organization, without any party affiliations, better experienced in offensive tactics is prepared to launch a counter offensive against the Arabs. The proof is, that it was the Irgun in direct action against the occupying forces, which forced the British to turn to the UN for help. It was the Irgun that focused world opinion <>n the struggle of the Yishuv lor liberation. The Irgun proved to .he Christian world that the people of the Book could fight. And they proved that the epoch, when Jews could be exterminated with impunity is over. The world 'tnows that any attempt at another massacre will be met by the full fury of the fighting forces of the Yishuv. Despite the Haganah Irgun agreement, which calls for coordination of military activities, the Irgun will retain its separate units, and must raise its own funds for military action. They are not participants in the UJA drive. Rabbi—the time has come, when we must subordinate our fund raising activities, and concentrate on huge funds for the coming struggle for Haganah and the Irgun exclusively. We have little time left, and a month from now, It might be too late and all the money In the Pickets of American Jewry won't hel* any r— oust stress Only letters to the editor that are signed and state address of the writer will be published in these columns. Signatures will be withheld from publication upon request. the fact, that if Jews will not give liberally to the struggle of the Yishuv now, the loss of the Yishuv will give courage to our own anti-Semites here in this country, and encourage "Excesses" among Jews here. Let us stop bewailing, and start doing things. Let us all mobolize our forces now, and start raising funds. They will find a way of getting arms and ammunition, despite restrictions and embargoes of our State Dept. Sincerely, HYMAN SOOTIN. Among these catches are assured at least two world's records, as well as 10 new all-time tournament records to date. Among its entries as officially approved of Feb. 12, more than 400 citationearning catches have been registered; this number assures a recor.i far in excess of 500 before the April 18 midnight closing date. Stoff-Leslie Nuptials Announced For May Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stuff of 3925 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Pat, to Harry Leslie, Nautilus apartments, Miami Beach. They plan an early May wedding. Both attended schools in New York. Miss Stoff came here four years ago and Mr. Leslie, seven years ago. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leslie, 3417 Garden Ave., Miami Beach. At last Sunday's report meeting of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, dedicated lo the Young Adult and Youth Divisions, a group of boys representing AZA Chapter 322 presented the Campaign with a check for $50, raised the previous evening at the organization's annual Sweetheart Dance held at the Robert Richter HoteL Comprised of boys from 14 to 19, the chapter raised the money through the sale of novety rose-corsages and boutonniers. Shown above is Richard Pallot, Aleph Godol of AZA, giving the check to Fred Grossberg, co-chairman of the Young Adult Division. At right is David Rabinowitz, AZA advisor. Others shown above are (left to right): Ted Lebow, Melvin Eisenstadi, Henry Arman, and Bernard Datz, treasurer. Four Weeks Remain For Fishing Tournament With approximately three weeks remaining or little more than 30 days and nights for anglers to compete in the 13th Annual Metropolitan Miami $15,000 Fishing Tournament, competition for citation catches, class leaderships. tournament and world's records, is soaring to new heights. The entry-free event sponsored by the Cities of Miami and Miami Beach already has attracted a record number of entries in its four divisions by men, women, and children rod and reel anglers from throughout the United States and three foreign countries. QUALITY ATA REASONABLE PRICE GOODMAN'S TEA MATZOS IMPROVED SQUARE MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL MATZO FERFEL Strictly ncsbnuD Has YOUR Voice Been Heard? Have YOU written or wired President Truman of your disappointment with his sudden reversal of the traditional American policy of supporting the creation of a National Jewish Homeland In Palestine • In Our Democracy Every Citizen's Opinion Counts! Protest to President Truman! Write or Wire Immediately! Miami Beach Zionist District



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PAGE TEN +Jewistincridtor Center To Fleet: Rose Heads State Election of officers will take place at the next general meeting of Miami Beach Jewish Community center Monday evening at 8 p.m. at the center. Joseph M. Rose is on the slate for re-election as president. Other nominees are vice presidents. Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and Abraham Goodman; treasurer, Samuel Friedland; rec. sec, Archie Brick: and financial sec, Oscar Mamber. Members of the board of directors named are Hyman Berman. S. E. Bernstein, Nathan Darsky. George Goldberg, Nathan Gloser, I. L. Mintze:. Morris Newmark, Matthew Silvcrstein. Ed Singer. George J. Talianoff and Ira C. Walsey. Of these, seven are to be elected for three-year terms and two for one-year terms. Also included on the agenda will be proposed changes to the constitution and by-laws of the Center. Chest Drive Failure To Cause Reduction ot Red Feather Services aun-d a, JSmSSSSSA hatTta'S i" ^ S tt S84 y e5?7 a ,~. "I Red !" 3r ^c < !" P"—? to attain its S848.53/ goal, n neu increasinq needs. In to reduce expansion progra ^^^"Z n ot trim their instances, agency heads declare tney cun Workmen's Circle Plans Two Social Events A Purim party will be held by Workmen's Circle branch 692 of Miami Beach and the Ladies club this evening at 8 p.m. in the lyceum. 25 Washington Ave. Brief declaration of the miracle of Purim is to be followed by an orig:r iments and "shalach monos" will be provided. Ladies club : W I kmen's circle of Miami Beach, branch 692. is having a card party April 3 in the WC lyci am, 25 Washington Ave. Refn ts will be served. All proceeds are to go towards adopting a Jewish child from the DP camps in Eur : < Admission will be 50 cents. some —a services because they are p.. to care for homeless children already under their supervision. A. L. Reynolds. Chest president, urged the'agency heads to look at the situation realistically. "So far, we've collected a little more than 70 percent of your minimum needs." said Reynolds. "Y ur original budgets were pared to that amount. It will be ne< to curtail services if you are to operate through September. Our only hope is a wave of new tributors and for original .. !to increase their gifts." Robert J. Mosher. director. 'Council of Social Agencies, suggested the possibility of agencies augmenting the Chest campaign through their own drives. "I'm doubtful, too. what the public reaction will be to 21 more fund raising campaigns which are in if all our agencies continue to function, even on a curtailed basis, unless the Chest reaches its goal." Reynolds told agency workers that failure of the campaign could be attributed to lack of volunteer workers to cover the entire county. "Where we had workers, we obtained good results," he said. "This was evidenced in gifts mailed to the Community Chest by persons who in many instances reported they never were solicitWe iust didn't have enough workers'to provide everyone an opportunity to give. Socialist Orator To Speak At Lyceum Leah Kisman. socialist orator, will lecture at the Workmen's Circle lyceum. 25 Washington Ave Miami Beach, Sunday at 8 p.m. Topic of her address is -Social-Political Reaction in the U.S. and the American Labor Movement. The lecture is to be followed I v an open discussion and question-answer period. Sponsored by the Circle Yiddish speaking branch 692 and the Ladies club. the event is open to the public. Eugene Rosenthal Sets Model Plane Record Eugene Rosenthal. 15 year old son of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal of Di Lido Island has just received an award from the Academv of Model Aeronautics at Washington. D. C. showing that his speed of 113.88 miles per hour which he set with his model aeroplane at Moore Park on February 29th is recognized as an official national speed record for junior competition in class D. Young Rosenthal flew a model of his own design and construction which he powered with a McCoy "60" engine and although the dockers timed certain laps at even greater speed, the sustained speed of 113.88 miles per hour for six laps has been efficially set down as the national record in junior competition. The Academy of Model Aeronautics in Washington is a division of the National Aeronautic !" ^X^A?CH^^ Association which ilthl sentative in the United St.?* 1 the Federation AeronVufc" ternationale. que InTop Price Paid f MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 MEW 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 Dr. Mechlowitz Elected Elks Exalted Ruler Dr. H. R. Mechlowitz has been elected exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Elks to succeed Kenneth Oka. Serving with him will be: Morris G. Wainer. leading knight• Harold B. Spaet. loyal knight; E. C. Fogg, lecturing knight: Joseph A, Hukle, secretary; Al Galbut, treasurer; Edward Bush, tiler; and James P. Wendler. trustee. Outgoing officers will be guests of honor at a dance tomorrow night in the lodge patio. 720 West Ave.. Miami Beach. 8 p.m. New officers are to be installed at a special banquet April 1. PI ii in hi iiii and Electrical Supplies At Prices You Can Afford BATHTUBS ROMEX TOILETS PANELS SINKS TUBE PIPE CONDUIT MURRAY'S 1532 N. W. 62nd St. Phone 7-3421 B'nai B'rith Women Entertain Pratt Patients An "Easter egg hunt" for patients of the neuro-psychiatric ward of Pratt General hospital will be sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge tomorrow afternoon on the grounds of the institution. Mrs. Tena Katz, president of the group, will be assisted byMrs. Sam Goldman, Mrs. Jean Silverman and Mrs. Leonore Curtice. Attention Hotels Department Stores Theatres Office Buildings • Night Clubs Industrial Plants Restaurants Civic Buildings We scientifically Cleanse and Sanitize your Rest Room fixtures We install and periodically service our patented automatic ODORITE DEODORIZER ODORITE OF FLORIDA CO. 7316 N.E. 2nd Avenue Call 78-6613 for Further Information and Free Demonstration HAROLD'S, INC. Hairdressers 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHONES S-0467. S046I 440 E. LAS OLAB BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE if/ eueto/tiiwbi ROKEACH BOR PfUCfgcM HOT UOOU.YN H V. lfcMlN10ll H.j. %  BUT SOUP £ CH/Ufft Elect ERNEST R. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 2G. 1948 the Downtown Club, speaking on the subject of "Unusual Experiences as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Florida." Mrs. Bloom To Lead Gables Chapter; Carnival Postponed To May 23 Mrs. Nathan Bloom of 2315 S.W. 22nd Ter., has been elected president of the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith women. She is a past president of the Adolph Strauss Auxiliary of Chicago and was a member of many civic organizations in that city. Elected to serve with Mrs. Bloom are the following officers: first vice pres. Mrs. Morris Horwitz; 2nd vice pres., Mrs. Wm Heckler; recording sec, Mrs. Leonard Glickstein; corresponding sec, Mrs. A. W. Harris; financial sec, Mrs. Bernard Abramson; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Wellins; parliamentarian, Mrs. Oscar Sindell; monitor, Mrs. Sam Schulefand; historian, Mrs. Herman Fisher; Hillel Council delegate, Mrs. Sam Silver; B'nai B'rith Council delegates, the Mesdames Lawrence Simkin, A. W. Harris and Nathan Bloom. Serving on the chapter's board of directors will be the Mesdames Maurice Corenblum, Albert Michels, Sidney Boeninger, Sidney Richman, Edgar Miller, Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Wm. Heckler, chairman of the group's European aid committee, announced that a package of food had been forwarded to the chapter's adopted family in Budapest, Hungary. *Jewisti f/criaffon PAGE ELEVEN B'nai B'rith Council carnival originally scheduled for March 27 has been postponed to Sunday. May 23, it has been announced by E. Albert Pallot, co-chairman ol the fund-raising campaign. All ticket holders are asked to retain their tickets which will admit them to the carnival dance on May 23. Tickets for the affair are 50c each and are available from any B'nai B'rith member or at the council office 330 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Hon. Ross Williams, Senior Circuit Court Judge, will address the members of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith at their luncheon meeting today at 12:15 p.m. in 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 Sholem Lodge Women's Chapter of B'nai B'rith was the sponsor of a Purim party for Hillel students at the Univertitv <>) Miami on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Students presented a full evening of entertainment in keeping with the .traditional spirit of the holiday, featured by a puppet show under the direction of Miss Elya Ben%ur and Purim dances by members of the group Refreshments were served by Mrs. Max Katz, president of the Sholem women, and were assisted by a committee headed by Mrs. Wm. Danziger. All religious aspects of the program were under the direction of student chairman, Morton Galowilz, Rabbi Albert Michels, director of the Hillel Foundation, officiated in an advisory capacity. Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, were the sponsors of a Purim program for its memb rs Tuesday evening, at the Miami Beach Y. Mrs. Isidore Burak told the story of Purim. The program was under the direction of Mrs. Han y Burak and Mrs. Isidore Burak. co-chairmen of the social committee. Individual gift baskets, refreshments, and entertainment will highlight an Easter party for the patients of the TB ward at the Pratt Veteran's Hospital sponsored by the Coral Gables women of B'nai B'rith on Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Miss Ronnie Zobel, a member of the Clara Landau Chapter of B'nai B'rith young women will play accordion solos. There will be other acts to provide entertainment on the holiday occaMrs. Bloom sion. Mrs. Sidney Boeninger will head the arrangemonts committee and will be assisted by Mrs. Maurice Corenblum and Mrs. Gertrude Heckler. The party is one in a series of affairs sponsored by the B'nai B'rith group under their "Service a Hospital Program." Mizrachi Presents Two Original Plays Two dramatic presentationswritten by University of Miami students and several variety acts will be given on March 28 at Central Beach Elementary school at 8:15 p.m. by the Tamara chapter Mizrach women. "Mystic Men & Love Sick Ladies," a comedy of show business was written by Arnold Davis, who will play the stage struck youth. "Conjure Song," a poetic drama of Alabama Hillfolk by George Campbell depicts the superstitions of these people. Proceeds will be used for rehabilitation of children in Palestine. Tickets for $1 plus tax can be procured by calling Mrs. Henry Chill, 5-7762, or Mrs. Herbert Harris. 82-5283. Mrs. Israel Slc.tsky is chairman of the evening. Beach Y Adult Council Gives Interesting Course Young Adult Council of the YM & WHA of Miami Beach voted last Sunday to help sponsor a leadership training COUTO and also to sponsor a Preparation for Marriage course for youn? r.dults in the community. Cooperating with the council in the project will be the Physicians Club of Miami Beach. The committee assigned to work on this project was Miss Shirley Collegemar., Miss Selma Lewis and Lewis Fox. Budd Cutler is president of the Young Adult Council. %  n, "" r ii it fut—wt n3r FOR RENT Folding Chairs SM US For Tour Nccdi HANDEE FOLDING CHAIR CO. M It. I. 24th St.. Miami 3-6176—Phone— S-7B3S For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Mescheloff 311 WASHINGTON AVE„ MIAMI BEACH. FLA llli.lllhlH. Congress Adult Group Meets At Beach Y Young adult group of the American Jewish Congress has changed their meeting place to the new Miami Beach YM & WHA, 1500 Bay Rd. Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. Manny Aronson is the newly elected president. Serving with him are Vic Eber, first vice president; Al Weiner, second, Judith Greenblatt, third; G. Fields, rec. se.; C. Seides, corres. sec; Abe Stein, treas.; and Helene Weisbrod, three-year trustee. HOW, Of Igff ^^^ *">*• /,„ """"''••it, i^*.Z ** %  *. 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MMIVMBMBBflVHi FRIDAY, MARCH 26, TTAPERB OF THE METR OPOLITAN UNIT OF THE ?948 COMBINED JEWISH^PEAL CO-CHAIRMEN NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Rabbi Max Shapiro m Herman Birder George Chertkof TOWN MAJORS Rabbi Leon Kronish Mrs. Joseph Carp TOWN MAJORS Marx Feinberg Sidney Lewis Max Silver Col. Elry Stone BEACH MAJORS Judae Kenneth Oka TOWN CAPTAINS Alex Alwin Alex Aranoff Mr*. Paul Barnett Mri. M. Blau Mrs. Roae Borkin 'Bernard Davia Mrs. Lillian Dwoakin Mrs. Shirley Dwoakin Mn. Phyllie Einhorn Herman Fiaher Mra. Sylvia Fund Dr. Leonard Qlickatein Mrs. Ed. Greenbaum Mra. L. Halfon Mra. Norman B. Jacoba Mra. Nat Katz Mrs. Tina Katz Lester Lasky Abraham Levltan Mrs. Abraham Lavitan Mra. Fred Oche George Raehlin Murray Pearee Sidney Richman Frank Roae Mrs. Roae Sakowitx Mra. Abe Schectman Mra. Henry Shier S. Sneider Mra. Paul Sobol Leonard Spiegel Mra. Sidney Stepkin Jack Stone Mra. John Temple BEACH CAPTAINS Mra. Edith Broida Miaa Evelyn Decky Mra. Leo Elkin Mra. Minnie Epstein Maurice Gans Mra. Maurice Gans Mra. Ruth Geiler Mra. Lilian Gans Mra. George Goldberg Joaeph Goldberg M. Goldin Mra. Harry Holland Sam Katz Dr. Seymour Kreisler Mrs. Louis Marcus E. Markow Mra. Murray Maurer Mra. Lillian Milbouer Joel Newman Mra. Stanley Philips Morton Russack Abe Samkin Mra. Harry N. Schiff Mra. Herbert Schwan S. W. Shapiro Mrs. Lena Weiner Harold Zinn Mrs. George Chertkof Mrs. Frances Danels BEACH MAJORS Mrs. Morris Alpert Mrs. Harold Auslander Joseph Duntov Miss Clara Goldenberg Mrs. Frieda Kalstein TOWN CAPTAINS Walter Kovner Mrs. Joseph Mintzei Mrs. A. 2. Alpert Mrs. Etha Beck Alex Cohen IttttW Mrs. Albert Dubbin Milton Friedman Mrs. Gut Ginsburg Mrs. Louis Kotkm r


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FRIDAY, MARCH 26. 1948 Jewist fktridfiftjn PAGE THIRTEEN Miami Lighthouse For Blind Start Annual Seal Sale Seals from the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind are being delivered this week to residents of Greater Miami in connection with the second annual Lighthouse seal sale now underway, Hal S. Pelton, vice president and chairman of the seal committee, announced. Purpose of the seal sale is to raise funds for the maintenance ,>f the Lighthouse and for the founding of an eye clinic where a ny person in the community afflicted with poor vision can re.nve proper care and attention," Pelton said. He pointed out that the Lighthouse receives its sole support from sale of the seals and memberships in the organization, which provides free eye examinations, glasses, and glass eyes to needy clients, along with a complete training, employment, and recreation program for those who already have lost their sight. In connection with the seal drive, open house will be held at the Lighthouse during the week of March 29th, when visitors will have an opportunity to sue the work being done bv the blind in the main building at 601 S.W. 8th Ave., and in the adjacent Industrial building. Articles produced by the blind, such as rubber door mats, caned (hairs, rugs, baby blankets, table clothes and napkins will be on display and may be purchased. Mrs. Henry O. Shaw and Mrs. George Baya are in charge of the open house arrangements. Assisting Pelton with the seal sale are .the Lighthouse offic vs. Dr. Bascom H. Palmer, president; Mrs. George C. Estill, vice president: Maurice E. Harrison, treasurer; and Mrs. Carl F. Lambert. secretary. A membership committee com-: posed of Mrs. Bascom H. Palmer, Mrs. John E. Norman, Mrs. Elliott F Shepard and Mrs. Hugh Matheson will welcome new members who join the Lighthouse during the drive. Center Itanquet At Victor Hotel Miami Beach Jewish Community center will hold their annual dinner Tuesday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Victor hotel, Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Alfred Stone is chairman of the affair. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the center, will address the membership and Joseph M. Rose, president, will render an annual report of the year. Maurice Schwartz, nationally famous Jewish character actor, will highlight the evening's program. Tickets may be purchased at the office of the center or by calling 58-2503. Miami Y Moves Professional and office staff of the Miami YM & WHA have moved their offices into the new Y building at 450 S.W. 16th Ave.. according to announcement by Leon Kaplan, president. Since the rest of the building is not complete, Y activities are to continue in the old building for the next two weeks. At that time, the announcement states, all activities will be transferred. Schedules First Dance First dance of the newly organized Youth Council of the Miami "Y" will be held Saturday night March 27, at 8 o'clock in the "Y" building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Billy Kaler, president of the council announced that Garvin Kleefer and his orchestra will furnish the music. Feature of the evening will be the crowning of Queen Esther. Luba Roy To Entertain Golden Age Club At Y Luba Roy. well known accordian artist will entertain the members of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Y next Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the new Miami Y building 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Miss Loy is popular for her radio and concert work here and in New York City. She will render Yiddish classical and popular numbers. Burt Lancaster and Edward G. Robinson in a dramatic scene from Universal-International's "All My Sons." from the stage play of the same name, which is showing at the Miami and Lincoln theaters (starting Thursday March 25 through 31). LEGAL NOTICE Sale of Wines llenefits Yeshiva In order to help support Hebrew educational institutions, the sale of Yardain Wine is being launched in metropolitan cities throughout the United States. Sponsored nationally by the i Central Association for the Support of Yeshivoth, Inc., a nonprofit organization of 20 men who have contributed the capital fund of one hundred thousand dollars. Yardain Wines produces and bottles a large assortment Including Concord, Malaga, Tokay. Sauterne, Mead. Burgundy, etc., ill Kosher for Passover. Proceeds from the local sales are to be used to assist in the support of the Hebrew Academy. 118 Sixth St., Miami Beach. In (Greater Miami the wines are distributed exclusively by National Brands, Inc. Yardain may be purchased at .ill package stores, markets. grocery stores and similar establishments. Hollywood Center Elects Dan Tannen Dan Tannen of Hollywood was elected president of the Jewish Community Center there at the last meeting. March 15. Serving with him will be Irving H. Zuckcrman, first vice pres.; Dr. Raymond, second vice pres.: Dr. Arthur Brill, treas.; Dr. Herbert Heiden, financial sec; E. Fred Gilder, corres. sec; Harold Weiss, stg.-at-arms. Board of governor members fbr three years include Henry Kest. Morris Medfis and Meyer Heller Horace Holdsmith is a member for two years. Jacob Gold. Louis Manzer. Gables Center First Purim Affair Success Coral Gables Jewish Center held its first annual Religious school Purim festival at Hillel house March 21 under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herman Fischer. Children of the school were entertained by the Great Kuenen. magician. They presented their own program and competed in a contest for the "cutest Purim costumes." Winners of the contest were Sally Weinberg. Harriet Solloway, Philip Golden and Michael and Ronnie Losoff. Rabbi Albert Michels. Lester Toloff and Eli Hurwitz served as judges. Assisting Mrs. Fischer with arrangements were Mrs. Al Levick, co-chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Richman. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Mrs. Maurice Horowitz, Mrs. Ted Wainer. Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Ted Goodman. Mrs. Al Lazoff. the Misses Margaret Alier, Ruth Keller and Betty Jacobson, and the teachers. National Council of Jewish Women throughout the countrywill observe Council Sabbath tonight. Council Sabbath in this community is to be observed at TernFolk Chorus Purim Program This week the Jewish community of Greater Miami will be able to hear the Jewish Folk chorus program arranged to celebrate Purim. Louis Powesky is to conduct the group of 50 voices in modern Jewish and Palestinian songs. Highlighting the program is the cantata, Esther Hamalka, with Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring, soloist. Maurice Carroll, popularly known for his interpretation of %  'sholem aleichem," will tell the story of Purim and its relation to everyday living. The affair takes place Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach High school auditorium. Louis Charnow and Fred Greene are to be advisory board mempie Israel in Miami, with Mrs. bers | Nat L. Williams representing Council. At the Miami Beach Community Center Mrs. Monte Selig will represent the group, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be the representative at Beth David Congregation, and Mrs. Alfred M. Mamlet at Beth Sholom Temple. At the Beth Jacob Congregation Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will read the Council Service. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OK KLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADU COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 116868. MURIEL I'IZEK, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL FIZEK., Detendant. To: MICHAEL I'IZEK. tit East Ith Street, New York City, New York. YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 23rd day of April. 1948. Dated this 24th 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 l/Ze 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the nclllious name of THE ASBURY HOTEL AND APARTMENTS at 541 S. W. 4th Avenue, Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorida. Morris Friedberg and Rose Friedberg this wife) Joseph Doshay and Sophie Doshay (his wife) 3/26 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tilt ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK KLORIDA. IN AND KOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 115716. CoN STAN TINE PAPPAMACKEL, Plaintiff, vs. JOAN I'AI-I'AMACKEL, also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant To. JOAN PAPPAMACKEL, also known a.s JOAN MICHAELS 40-18 Hampton Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that B I :ui of Complaint for Divorce lias been liled against you bv CU.N8TANT1NE PAPPAMACKEL, your husband, In the above styled cause ami In the above named Court; ami you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on or belore the 19th da> of April, A. D. 194*. otherWise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by > ou. Thin order is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks, In the Jewish Klondian, a newspaper published in Dade County, Klorida. Dated this 19 day of March, A. L). 1848. E. B. LEATHER-MAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE A; ARoNoViTZ Solicitors for Plaintiff 3/26 4/2-9-16 Prof. Clarke To Review Gentlemen's Agreement' •Gentlemen's Agreement" b> Laura Hobson will be reviewed this Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza forum by Professor Edward Clarke, from the University of Miami. The meeting takes place at 3 p.m. under the canopy on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th St.. Miami Beach Charles H. Lee will lecture 01 Is There Life on the Otho> Planets?" Tuesday evening; ano Dr. Morris Schneer will delivei his final lecture on Psychology for Better Living Wednesday evening. NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE 11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND KoR DADE COUNTY, KLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 115843. NATHAN ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, V. SARAH UOLDMAN ABRAMSON. SARAH i.iil.in ,i.\ Alilt.l.uaO.S. I tefendant. TO: SARAH GOLDMAN, also known as SARAH I;OI,I..\I.I.\ AL.KA.USO.N 1MS Madison Street, N. W. Washington, i>. c. iou are herebj notified and required to appear to the BUI oi Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before April 26, 1848, otherwise the Hill of Complaint win be taken an confessed against you. Let ilii>order be published once a week for four successive weeks III The Jewish Ptorldtan, a newspaper published in Dade County. Klorida. E. B. LEA 1 HS.KMAN, Clerk of circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1028 Seybold Building Miami. Klorida i .'•', 4 2-9-16 s of the Cantors association of Greater Miami who together with the Pictured above i"XTand*,£. Miami and Miami Beach Y's. sponsored the Jewish musical pro Bureau of Jewish Education and inem^ gholom March 4 and a Beth David congr egauon. March t f ._ • •„.._ •' T A ;.U U. aa >; n TKrAiinri lha AnPC Miami and Miami Beach Y's, sponsored the Jewish musical pro e Beth Sholom March 4. and at Beth David congregation. March grains which took, place^at lemp gatherings to witness "Jewish Music Through the Ages. 1U over 2<0 .persons were pre Samuel Kelem.r. The affair, climaxed the obwrvanc which was written and narrated by Cantor S.mu 0I Jewish Music month ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT up THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF KLORIDA IN AND Full DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No 115679. i.oiis WILLIAM BOYE, Plaintiff, vs. CELIA BOYE, Defendant. TO: CELIA ROVE, 2860 CRESTON AVENUE, BRONX, NEW YORK, N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a mil of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you in the above styled Court by LOUIS WILLIAM BOYE, and you are hereby reojulred to rn>' your written Appearance in said proceedings on or before the ll'ih day of April. 194S. otherwise a Decree Pro Confess,, will be entered against you. DATED THIS 18th day of March, A D 194S. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. JAMES E. ABRAS, Attorney for Plaintiff. 3/86 4/2-9-16 j



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jeist fkridl&r FRIDAY, MARCH 26, RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY REFORM Temple Itrael. 137 NX. 19lh it Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman: Dr. Miami Hebrew School and Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerirui. j un ior Congregation, 1101 S.W. LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 41*4 Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel Kelemer. 12th are. Rabbi Simon ApriL %  %  %  I N %  n %  %  -%  -.-• V: '• • H • • %  : '•' %  Rabbi Murray Grauer : In. I* I Mrs. Nordin Entertain* • M Nordin. 5441 Road, entertained the ofand members of the board i of the Sisterhood of Beth Sholom. at a luncheon a: her home on Tuesday, M h 30 Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 590 S.W. 17th are. %  • Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrew* are.. Fort LauderdaJe. Rabbi David Raab. .. _• ..,...-• : r: v v. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Jewish Community Center, Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. %  %  %  %  % %  • _. -. %  Z %  ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301 • 311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis J. Feder. i %  • ; ity Center. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman .. .. ... Canlor Jacob Y. Goldring. • %  %  • %  %  %  • %  : • %  • T Mr a %  %  • • •• • %  %  %  Mrs -| %  M A %  Miami Beach Jewish Commun • % %  %  Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovky. i • ; %  %  %  %  %  • • %  %  • SUPERIOR TILE AMI TERRAZZO CO. ESTIMATES FREE Phone 82-7882 1261 N. W. 29th Street Miami You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your will e n beauty. home. They h a n c e its 545 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 Phone Today For Prices the original JQ/EW J.RAWL/On famMm UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS DRAPERIES CORNICES HEADBOARDS Custom Made In Our Own Shop Complete Interior Btrvto* At feftrtrc Co* I • • %  reek %  H SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND BOOSTERS DON S. COLEMAN CALL 4-7485 THE WORLD-FAMOUS SARATOGA MINERAL WATERS GEYSER HATHORN AND COSEA SARATOGA VICHY Delivered Right to Your Door Without Any Extra Char? AUo Soft Drinks—Beer—Wint Coll 48-9248 HOME BEVERAGE SFRVICE 2206 S. W. 27th Avenue LAND 0'SUN DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nee? na Milk and Dairy Products Under the Supervision of BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHRUS Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Congregation Beth Jacob. Director Phone 5-5537 Now! TO INSURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS or order from route Bedesman



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UDAY. MARCH 26, 1948 *Jewist noridlgari PAGE FIFTEEN laurice Schwartz-A True Artist By MURIEL SINGER Vacationing in Miami Beach after completing his 28th Leason with the Yiddish Art Theatre in New York, is Maurice Schwartz, one of the most colorful personalities in Jewish showbusiness. Tall and stately Mr. Schwartz is an ideal person to interview. Once given a topic, he takes hicue, and the deluge which lows is reminiscent of the actor lather than the man. It makes for good listening. During a recent interview at jie Grossinger-Pancoast hotel, fhere Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz and heir two newly adopted children staying, the producer, actor, trector, spoke of the concert Vhich he will give on April 4, the Miami Beach High school jditorium. %  I have been anxious to return tr this concert ever since 1 romised to do so during my last ay in Miami Beach, six years said Mr. Schwartz, As he spoke of the concert, I puldn't help comparing him to lie late John Barrymore. His aunciation is meticulous if that |rord may be used. His careful hoice of words and their articulfion is the result of unceasing ractice in achieving the proper fleet. Comparable to the "Great rofilo." also, in appearance is chwartz with his strong, distinjished face, his greying hair, and manner of stultifying things &hich are not to his liking. Like irrymore, the artistic sensitiviand dramatic presence is praccally always apparent in rhwartz. The man's manner of ipression is the kind which akes trite observations aesthetic: ^e simplest statement profound, chwartz can certainly be comired to Barrymore in that both have made tremendous conibutions in their respective lalms. %  Schwartz, who speaks Yiddish fcarly always, is greatly interin the development of a Piddish theatre in Miami Beach, rhich he feels will bring some (w wayward Jewish Floridians the fold. "Too many Jewish eople here try to hide the fact hat they are Jewish. They don't irant to speak it. I'm glad so nany people here (GrossingerPancoast hotel) speak Yiddish a jood deal," he explained. It is impossible for Mr. chwartz to tell of his concert aurs in Europe, without telling his trip to Belgium where he net a dark-haired youngster ihom he liked so well, he agreed lo adopt not only the boy but his sister, the latter, sight unseen. Marvin, 9Mand Frances 8M> are two bright-eyed children who ran and played about the room while their famous guardian told me of their many attributes. Of Frances, Mr. Schwartz has this to say: "She need hear music only once and get up and dance, making up the steps as she dances. She's a little entertainer and has an audience every evening." Marvin is described by Mr. Schwartz as "very clever and a wonderful mathamatician." When asked if he would like the children to follow in his footsteps, Mr. Schwartz said, "Right now, I'm interested in their gettting a good education." That the children love their new parents is evident by the unrestrained affections they show them. A gentle tug on Mr. Schwartz's arm by Marvin, and momentarily the polish of the stage dissolves and makes way for the average "dad." A loose ribbon in Frances' hair, sends Mrs. Schwartz, a very charming and soft-spoken woman, to her aid. In brief, theirs is a happy family group. The children have already been acclimated to their new lives, and it is because he thought they needed a vacation badly, that Mr. Schwartz cancelled a scheduled tour in Parish to bring them to Florida. Combining business with pleasure, Mr. Schwartz is preparing for his local concert which will be divided into two parts. The first will include selections from The Mad Messiah, in which philosophy combats leaders of the world: The Water Carrier, by Jacob Praeger; Tevga, The Dairyman, by Sholem Aleichem; Sabbath, by Peretz, a poem which describes the aspirations of a rabbi for eternal peace; and The Drunken Cantor, which Mr. Schwartz popularized as*a recording. Whether he was carried away for the moment, or whether I was the subject for a coming attraction tease, I don't know. However, Mr. Schwartz, without the benefit of flood-lights, makeup rnd the like, put on a rather complete little show, outlining the Maurice Schwartz ihown in a scene from "Tevya" SIDOR BELARSKY well known interpreter of Yiddish. Palestinian and Classical Songs WILL PRESENT A SONG RECITAL SATURDAY, MARCH 27,1948, 8:30 P.M. at the Miami Beach High School Auditorium 14th & Drexel Admission $2.40 Admission $1.80 tax inch PROCEEDS TO THE ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION JAMES E. ABRAS Group 2 STATE LEGISLATOR "WIN WITH JIM" VETERAN QUALIFIED—AGGRESSIVE Fftld PollUol Atfr. high-lights of each selection. Before my incredulous eyes, he performed near magic; he was gay, sad, anxious, apathetic, distraught, and elated. If practice makes perfect, it is little wonder that Mr. Schwartz, who draws no demarcation line between stage acting and his daily life has risen to such prominence in the Yiddish theatre. Miss Pont Invites Friends to Ceremony Friends of Miss Dolly Pont and David Horn have been invited to attend the couple's wedding Sunday, April 4 at 3 p.m., in Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. purchased property since their last registration to appear in his office and qualify as freeholders for the April 20 election. He also asked those who have sold their property since registration to advise his office so they can be removed from the freeholders' list. Miami Beach Calls Election Miami Beach city council has called an election of April 27 for balloting on a revised pension plan for city employes. All registered voters will be eligible to participate. The revised plan liberalizes the pensions of all city employes except police and firemen, who have their own pension setup. Registration books for that election and also for the special SI,553,000 public improvement bond election set for April 20, will close April 14. City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson urged all residents who have The Roosevelt School at Hyde Park, N. Y. Private resident elementary school for boys and girls. Most moduli school buildings and all facilities on beautiful estate adjoining Roosevelt Shrine. Now accepting enrollments for the fall semester of September. 1948. Dietary laws observed Catalog on Request DANIEL TROTZKY. Direcloi New York Office: 1775 Broadway Telephone: Circle 7-721.", CAMP A< 111 All GODEFFROY. 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PAGE SIXTEEN Conference Views New Tax Law The impending new tax lawmakes the Conference on Federal Taxation a momentous affair according to J. K. Lasser. who will direct the conference activities at the Roney Plaza hotel. April 5 through April 9. The conference is an offering of the University of Miami. -Hundreds of tax authorities, bankers, trust officers, accountants and lawyers will be present to review this new law." says Lasser. "The conference will be of extreme importance to all people in business and to those with estates." The new law would make drastic changes in the Inheritance taxes. Lasser points out. and in addition it sets up a system of individual taxes on a community property basis. While they will greatly reduce amounts due from individuals, both of these new provisions contain a large number of technical difficulties and they should be the subject of serious review. Lending the discussions at the conference will be 16 of the country's most prominent tax authorit us They are regarded as the ui e .' the most important litLtui and tax thinking in the -.try. Derating with the University :' Miami in presenting the nference are the Institute on Federal Taxation of New York L'niv rsity, the Florida State Bar Ass i iti n, the Dade County Bar ition and the Florida Institute of Accountants. *Jc*istncijdiarL ntlt>Ay, MARCH 26. lfttf Belarsky Concert Aids Zionist Youth Sidor Belarsky will presei series of now \ tin.an songs, on Saturday. M 27th at 8:30 p.m. at the M Beach High school um. Belarsky, who just from Palestine, is a gri the State Conservatory at U grad. Russia, and : ing basso of the L* n Stal Opera Company. He America in 1930 and wit] short time was Ihe leading artists I He has a citals from soloist with such i the Los Angeles P the Detroit Symph ny Toronto Symph ny. In i Belarskj has I l the Ch i >g Ci\ • O] a Co., the San Frani isci Opera C American Opera Co. of L s An1 ? geles and the New V Center Opera Co. Last seasoi ., f r continuance of was selected by Artur T .,. ,, „ f tne Zionist %  giate ten UZFA) and S dor Belarsky ,, the local Zionist Youth on f -: continuance of al work of the Zionist upS ; jar., ir Hadassah, at'the Teatro Municipal in R Int. rc 11 giate FederaJaneiro caused a re-i i tion oi An i Home For Aged Inmate Observes 104 Birthday Mover Katowitz, a two-year resident of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be honored with a party given at the home Tuesday. March 30, in celebration of his 104th birthday. One of the oldest living persons in the country and probably the oldest in the state, Katowitz is a Pioneer Miamian. Born in Russia, he came to the United States at the age of 33 and received his citizenship in 1896 under Grover Cleveland. He was a pawnbroker in Cleveland where he lived before coming here. Of his 12 children 10 are living including Mrs. Rose Gallow who is superviser of the National Children's Cardiac Home and Mrs. Doris K. Greene, both of Miami. Katowitz has 20 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, 5 great-great-grandchildren, and 3 great great great grandchildren. Anna Grossberg, Yiddish vocalist and comedian, will entertain resident of the Home Sunday at 2 p.m., accompanied by Anyuta Melicov. Brewster Will Address Zionist Senator Owen D. Brewster Rp publican from Maine, will he principal speaker at the 4th an nual Zionist dinner in the Gross" inger-Pancoast hotel, Sunday" April 4, beginning at 7 p. m Topi of his address is "U.N. and P a i. estine." Seymour Rubin is chairman of the arrangements committee which includes Isadore Goldberg Alex Van Straaten, Alfred Stone and Dr. David S. Andron. Tickets may be obtained at the Zionist office in the National hotel, Miami Beach or by callinr 58-1774. for next summer when he will tour extensively m South A ica. In charge of arrangi the concert are Jacob Fisl i [able at the ofI the Miami Beach Zionist in the National hotel; and | ce of the Zionist S.A.G %  n and Murray G i dV nth C mmission, room 219, 927 :• pri Road. ^__^ Ben Meyers to Discuss South American Trip Benjamin Meyers will discuss his recent trip to South America particular emphasis upon Jewish community life and Jew-.. at the monthly eting I the Bureau :' .' %  ish • n Tuesday. March 30 al the Ft % % %  n • s, 420 Linn V. ..}.. Miami Beach, at 8 I :." : mittee of the u insisting of Rabbi Shapiro, chairman, Israel Shapoff and Dr. Harry Queen will bring in report for the slate of ofto be elected In April N minati ns will also be made f: :n th< %  %  vr. 4-alilt's Center Holds Festival A Puriir. testn %  h Id tomorrow night at the C Gables W lb by thi Gables Jewish Center, %  to Sidney Lewis and Mrs E I Miller, chairmen of the Costumes are opti A style show with will be present* I on the v program planned by the an ments committee M f i ing and I : :ied. Tio-:door for S2 00 a couple. JWB Passover Supplies To Go Overseas NTW YORK—Continuing the % %  rn, set in World War II. of s vir.g the rel nd morale vricemen and • n here and abroad, the JWB has shipped processed at the rts :' embarkation) Passover jpplies I the A~.encan Zone in Uiy and Austria. Hawaii. n and Korea. Alaska. Iceland :-.nd the Caribbean area (Puerto Rico. Virgin Islands. Jamaica. etc.} Here in the U S. every Jewish ; rvicemen at the 318 V. A. hosand military insl illations will be served by JWB Arrr.yN'avy Division staff and by the ".24 part-time chaplains of the JWB Division of Religious activiI tii? Passover starts at sunset on Friday. April 23. and continues! to sunset on Saturdaw Mav 1. Wanted David S".< in, f his v. ife and I :: : support he II nti since Janu.i : %  -...-. I the; present t financial aid. S born ir. New V rk n Dec. 24. 1920. is 6 '.• 2 in • 195 pound eyes %  tache ly w rked Anj : request. 11 the Nal 105 N..ss.,u St New V irk 7. X V. Guatemalan Official Charges British Action NEW YORK—Dr. Jorge Garcia Granados, retiring Guatemalan r and chief delegate to the United Nations, charged yesterday that Arab bands have been to enter Palestine on lition "that they delay the : their attacks upon the Jews unil May ltah, tile dale when the British Manends." •Tins." he added, "is invasion by consent—and the blame for it Us ; :. the shoulders of the The Guatemalan ambassador taten ent at a press ... ..:. i reception given in ii Hitz-Carlton hotel the Zionist Organization of %  ....' Poinciana Arrivals Poinciana hotel arrivals are Mrs. E. Karlin, Mrs. K. Tillim, Miss Dubnick, Miss Emma Brandvine. Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. George Galdstone, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riegel, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Townsend, New York; Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen, Belle Harbor, L. I.; Mrs. F. Sobiloff, Roth Installs Broward War Veterans Post Over 400 people attended the installation of a new Jewish War Veterans' post in Broward counly Sunday led by Burnett Roth of Miami Beach, commander of the state dept., JWV. All veteans' organizations of the county were represented. Assisting Roth was Abe S. Goldman, past state cmdr. William B. Hoffheims is commander of the new post. Harry Adams of Miami Beach, national vice cmdr., spoke on the aims and purposes of JWV and the Honor Guard of Norman Bruce Brown post in Miami presented the colors. Fall River, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saltzman, Harry Hecker, Miss May Hecker, Miss Lillian Malester, Bronx. Center Sisterhood Holds Annual Game Night it of the Mill Jewish Community id will take place in the center patiu tomori .. %  I Nat Hjnkoff. ;' %  %  pi I • ,.M | : • kitchen :. ter bu.ldmg. %  ed by Mrs. Harry B: lei comJacob Y. Goldring %  •I KIM CONCERT SUNDAY. MARCH 28, 8 P. M. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 26. 1948 *Jewistifhrkmrt PAGE SEVENTEEN Purim-The Feast Of Lots By DR. M. A. LIPKIND Dr. Llpklnd is a resident of Miami and active in local Zionist circles He is the author of several books and has done considerable writln* fnr publications throughout the country. The Purlm holidays end with the observance of 8hushan Purln today. "' "* Purim or Lots, like Chanukah, is a lesser festival and comes on the fourteenth day of Adar. It will be observed this year by Jews everywhere on Thursday, March 25. Like Chanukah, Purim is not imbued with religious solemnity. There is no cessation of work and no special ceremonials have been built around it. Like Chanukah, it is also a day of deliverance. On Chanukah the deliverance of Judaism is observed; on Purim the deliverance of the Jews is celebrated. But while Chanukah is a dated festival commemorating geat events in the history of the Jewish people—the revolt and victory of the Hasmoneans—, the origin of Purim has been lost in the dimness of antiquity. The story of Purim has been preserved for us in the Book of Esther. The story deals with an episode in the life of the Jews who lived in Persia during the reign of Ahasuerus known to history as Xerxes. The story is typical in its main outlines of the long chain of persecutions to which the Jews in the dispersion have always been subjected. Mordecai, an assimilated rich Jew, rises in power and influence with the royal court; his niece, the beautiful Esther, is taken into the harem and becomes the King's favorite. Haman, the new minister because of a grudge against Mordecai the Jew, vents his spleen on the Jewish people as a whole. He presents them to the King as a dangerous people, "scattered and dispersed throughout the empire, destined in their laws from all other people, and refusing to obey the King's laws." Haman obtains the King's signature to an act ordering a massacre of the Jews; a lot is cast, and the day of execution is set for the thirteenth of Adar. The Jews of Susa fast and pray; Mordecai conveys the information to Queen Esther, whose Jewish antecedents remained unknown at court. She invites the King and his minister to a feast, and then pleads with the King for the life of her people. A new act is promulgated by the King, giving the Jews the right to organize themselves for self-defense. Thus the calamity is averted. In commemoration of the event the festival of Purim is instituted. The story in full as told in the Book of Esther is a most fascinating Oriental tale and reads like one from the Arabian Nights. Some historians and Bible students are of the opinion that the actual events of the story could not have happened in the days of King Ahasuerus. They doubt the historical authenticity of the principle characters of Mordecai and Esther, for their names closely resemble the names of Babylonian Gods, Morduk and Istar. The Book of Esther according to them is not a book of history,, but a historical novel that relates a lengthy tale of ancient Jews. The historian, Simon Dubnow, on the other hand, disregards their evidence and is of the opinion that the story is an authentic one, and has happened at the time of Ahasuerus. Dubnow thinks that the use of non-Jewish names by Mordecai and Esther is a practice common among assimilated Jews to this day. In fact, we find mentioned Hadassah as being Esther's Jewish name. It is interesting to note that the famous Mamonides, in his great code makes the following statement: "In the days of the Messiah the only sacred book which will be remembered will be the Pentateuch and the scroll of Esther." But whatever views may exist among certain Jews, the Jewish people as a whole have taken Purim to their hearts. To them it is a true story, more truthful than many stories of undoubted authenticity. For the story of the Book of Esther happened a countless number of times and keeps on happening to this very day. It is not at all strange that such a festival connected with a book that tells of the indestructibility of the Jewish nation, appealed to all Jews in all times. The great popularity of Purim lies, also, in the fact that it is the only worldly holiday that has no religious observations or ceremonials. Instead it has many old customs associated with it. Thus, both in the Diaspora and in Palestine, Purim more than any other festival is celebrated with joy and even frivolity. In the Diaspora celebrations include: Haman—clapping during the reading of the Magillah, Shalachmonos—gifts to the poor—and the Purim-shpiel which is the origin of the Jewish Theatre. On the day of Purim all is joyful and one can revel, be a good fellow and forget his troubles. In Palestine, the Jews created the Purim Carnival, which, in normal times, brings thousands into Tel-Aviv every year to see its pagentry and its colorful ceremonies and to participate in the free and unrestricted gaiety that pervades the streets. Purim will never grow old Purim symbolizes the eternity of the Jew. Hamans and Bevins have come and gone; their memories have been blotted out. The Jew and his cultural heritage survived and continues to live and create. SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus, Owner "A Complete Placement Service* 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your Local Delicatessen This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand Itl Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami If you are in need of Kosher Zion Products Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE Distributors PHONE 2-6141 A United Synagogue conference will be held in Jacksonville, April 8 to 11, it was announced today by Rabbi Albert I. Gordon, executive director. The conference, the first to be held in this area, will be attended by representatives of sisterhoods, men's clubs, and young people's leagues of Conservative congregations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee, Y Board Chooses Executive Group An executive committee was elected at a special meeting of the board of directors of the Miami YM-YWHA, recently. The following were chosen to serve: Leon Kaplan, chairman; Max R. Silver, Ben Essen and Sam Seitlin, 1st, 2nd and 3rd vice presidents respectively; Jean Guberman, secretary; Dave Brown, treasurer; M. J. Kopelowitz. chairman, finance committee; and the following members at large: Leo Ackerman, Jack Apte, R. W. Apte, Nat Blumberg, George Chertkof, Charles H. Cohen, Abe Cutler, Mrs. Bernard Davis, Mrs. Ben Essen, Marx Feinberg, Nat Gans, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Larry Grossberg, Henry Jacobson, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Sam Kratish, Leon Lieberman, Fred K. Shochet, W. D. Singer, Mrs. John Temple, Sam Weber, Eugene J. Weiss, George Wolpert. The executive committee will transact business between board meetings. The board meets quarterly. At a special meeting of the board of directors of the Miami "Y" Harold Cohen, Milton Malakoff and Paul Sobel were unanimously elected as board members for the year 1948. Magnavox Mm tAi HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman, Owner fru S0^\ Quality. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN +Jeist fkridlian Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries Vigorous opposition to a gencampaign are the attorneys V.aleral sales tax because "it places !ter C. Kovner. president of the the burden on those least able to Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'i ith. bear it." was voiced by Colin and David T Catsman. vice prc:English. candidate for governor, ident of the Miami Beach Bairn announcing his platform. ..-> ciation. Both arc pro: Equal opportunity of education ;r c j V j c affairs and veteran? of for every child in Florida was ~. .^ ^r ar JJ the kevstone plank in the pr gram English outlined. He has served his native state for 11 John H. Yates. the only candiyears as superintendent of public date for circuit judge in group mstruciion. ven who resides in miami. an"Eleven years experience as a nounced that his younger br.^ttiember of the executive departther, William 0. Yates. will manmen: of the state of Florida and age his camp. of the state Budget Commission The candidate is a product of convinces me that with economiMiami Edison High school and cal operation, no new taxes will the University of Miami. He is Richard W. Ervin of Palatka has begun his campaign f>>: Attorney C". Ervin was called up.m to rent the State Highway department in 1935 in its lei;..: matand has assisted their until he announced his candidacy. He was legal for the Overseas Road I Toll Bridge District, a p: hi< ii connected Kev W( I • • I'" : 'a mainland, and help. ft the act creating the Florida Department of Public Safety, serving as its legal counsel foi its formative peri id Among Ervin i nt apcai operation, no new taxes u:u urc •n. <• %  .-...• ~ — have to be levied to meet existthe 1 versity law school pointments J 1Q4 ," ina services afforded bv our graduate to run for the office of Sistant Atl IM3. He was called upon to serve the ing services afforded by ou state." English declared. uit court iudge here Beside education and taxati n Yates r in the Orient English also listed a broad produring Wo I War II He is a gram of development for '. la, director of the Dade County Bar including aid to cities and : iation and a member of from state-collected revenues. James Carnell Lodge 223. F&AM ereignty y and economy, public health, control, conservation, garni fish, state parks, commercial fishing, agricultun k, citrus. road profii. fety, busine: velopment and state a trade an dcoi with our South, rn neigh and management, Florida tidelands vetei tu %  asnvenile delinquency. welfare, stati .:. ns. instituti ns of higher learning.' medical, nursing, dental and veti erinarian h Is, the state institution, local control and freeE dom from political influence. Thurman "Whitey" Whiti % %  was named chairman of Colin's campaign from Dade county. He has had wide experience in politics, having successfully handled the campaigns of County Commissioner ID and State Rep. R. B Gaul Managing the Miami Beach Arthur A Kimmel. attorney at : Beach, will manage the Florida Rail ission in IMS. The candidate • veral sessions of the Fl Legislature as E: Cli rk of the House, the first timi when he was onlv sixteen y, ars old. He re for Yates. A vetj worked his way through the Unn of the South Pacific. Kim-1 iversity of Florida Law school mel served as a naval officer. He doing various similar jobs is brother-in-law to movie star! Van Johnson. Dr. James T. Wilson, county riant of schools, has qualified to run for re-election for another four-year term. His candidacy for the county post 'removes any rumors of his possibility of running for state superintendant in place of Colin Wilson stated that his only amn Mas one more term in his present office which he has held since 1937. Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney, will serve as chairman of the Dade county Wallace-for-1 dent committee. He is i sistant city attorney. Headquarters of the committee are at 97 N.W. First St. SANTO SPRINGS HOTEL SAFETY HARBOR STA. FLA. 1 hour by plane to Tampa, our auto service. Modern, fireproof, •team heat, elevator, solaruma, patio. 60 outiide rooms. 60 mineral tatht, excellent cuisine; golfing, beach service, fishing. Sunshine Park track 6 miles. 2 dog tracks. American plan $10.50. European plan $5.00. Phone Clearwater 2567 for reservation. ALPER & GREENBURG CONTRACTORS. Inc. "Clearing Lots Our Specialty" Bulldozer and Drag Lines for Rent—Grade A Pulverized and Processed Muck and Marl—Any Mixture Bitter Blue Sod Soil and Fill of Any Kind Call 4-0335 or 78-3878 For FREE Estimates 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace Formerly the MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948 all< K t Troupe 'resents Coppelia "Dancecrafters," the first ballet roupe of Miami, will be preented by Bernard Ostfeld, Euroean Ballet artist, on March 27 ===-= fJenisti Fk>ridHaiin Bernard Ostfeld Hollywood Central school au|orium. They bring to the comjnity the 75-minute ballet appclia," a number in three ps, under the direction of adame Hildcgarde, local ballet Hructor. Jean Marie Clarke, 16-year-oU ami ballerina, will take the kding feminine role. Primo ball|no is Hollis Morrison. Full comiy consists of 30 members. [usical score is by Le.i Delibes. Tickets may be purchased tough Mrs. Louis Golden of plywood, president of the ladies siliary of the Jewish Center Hadassah, at 2210 Monroe phone 972R. Tamar Kosher Meats Available To Public For sandwiches, snacks, or suppers, ifs always so convenient to have several cans of a readyto-eat prepared meat handy on your pantry shelf. For housewives who adhere to the traditions of kashruth, the ideal meats are ready-cooked Tamar Kosher Meats. These fine al!-beef products, made by the pioneers in kosher canned meats, are prepared only with the choicest U.S. government inspected kosher beef under the strict supervision of America's leading orthodox rabbis. This tender, juicy beef is perfectly pre-cooked accoraina to tested old-time Jewish recipes and flavor-sealed at the peak of savory goodness in modern cans, i To serve these delicious Tamar Kosher Meats, simply open and heat. \n entire week's menus can bo built around the full variety oi Tamar Kosher Meats goulash, beef, hamburger steak, and corned beef loaf now available at grocers and delicatessen stores everywhere. Dealers who have not yet been supplied with Tamar Kosher Meats are invited to contact their local distributor: Levinson Food Specialty Co., 165 N.E. 24th St.. Miami. Fla. PAGE NINETEEN First Over The Top! The Butchers' Division, headed by Phil Romer, is the first division of the Trade Unit to reach its goal in the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal. The Butchers' quota of $2,000 was reached and passed when Romer announced that the division has brought in to date a total of $2,515. "The fine example of this group should prove a true inspiration to the other division in achieving and surpassing their quotas." declared Stanley C. Myers, Trades Unit chairman. Mr. Romer is president of the Greater Miami Kosher Butchers Guild under whose auspices the solicitation for the Combined Jewish Appeal was made. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAML FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 *3\y vat* VT tva. '{reiisimn ^S&ipv in* Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 WHY SHLEP Lei us do your shlepping of soft drinks, beer and wine and then pick up the empties. Isn't it easier? There is no extra cost—just call 48-8248 Home Beverage Service 2206 S. W. 27th AVE. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN Till': COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAUB COUNTY, F1/)IUDA. — IN PROBATE. INO. 20638. In Re: ESTATE OF AGNES" ROHF.KTS. Deceased. To All Creditors and All 1'crsons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any Olalmi .and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate f ACNES ROBERTS, deceased, late of Hade County, Florida, to the Hon. \v. |.\ lilanton, County Judge Of I'ado County, and file the same In Ins office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demand! to contain the legal address of the claimant and to lie sworn to and uresented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 193.3 Probate Act. Data March II. A.D. 1948. HARRY ROBERTS, As Executor of the Last win and Testament of ACNES ROBERTS, i teceased WASMAN, SILVER fiBAKOWTTZ Attorney! for Executor. 3/19-26 4/2-'J NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW • NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslneai under the fictitious name of Banders, Jewelry & L-uggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE KIRSCHENBAUM CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM 3/12-19-245 4/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I.arlc's Whoe Store at 2113 Coral Way. Miami, Ha.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, LEON FAY Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant Seybold Bldg. 3/19-26 4/2-9-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MI.I.VIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miatid Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. David Bialeck, Inc., a Florida corporation. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for David Bialeck, Inc. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 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 8 p. m. The Track Of Champions NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TFI 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 Count v. 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 Sevhold Building Miami, Florida 3/3-12-19-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the iind-rsigncd, desiring to engaj?,. In business under the fictitious name of Margaret Apts, at 1561 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, intends to register -said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARGARET MALEK < Iwner. HARRY DTBTZ Attorney for Applicant Congress Bldg. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undt rslffned, desiring tr, engage In business under the fictitious name of NAVELES TRADING CO., not Incorporated. 835 North West First Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. ARTHUR A. SELEVAN, Sole Owner. HERMAN M. BERK Attorney for Applicant 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undcrsicned. desiring to engage In business tinder 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 & BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant :;/.">-12-I;>-2I; i J ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115450. ELAINE PRESTRIDGE. Plaintiff, vs. AARON 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 10th day of March. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. .GOULD, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami. Florida 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 11SJ19. VINCENT JAMES FIORB, Plaintiff, vs MAE FIORB, Defendant. TO: MAE FIORB 1825—6th Avenue New York. 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 12th, 1948. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four s esslve weeks In The Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 9th day of March, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN, I vputy Clerk. MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPDC 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. D.MANUEL GOLDSTRICH BELLE GOLDSTRICH 3/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPARTMENT STORE at 2163 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 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Bennett Wholesale Company at 736 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade County, Florida. LKONAKD EISENBERO Sole Owner. 2/27 3/5-12-19-M I I ADM. 2Si KENNEL CLU West CfladU\ 9i.d 37lltfiyc: ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — 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 Maroh, 1948. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of (he Circuit Court lit CAu r t Sea!) By R. H. RICE. JR... f>.niitv c-|*rk OBOROB .1 TALIA'-* Rollcllor for Flslnti •/tllllH NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 115422. RUTH HELEN SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH, Defendant. TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH 6123 Chanaellor Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania c/o Hussy A suit for divorce has been filed against you In the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dade County, Florida, by Ruth Helen Smith. You are required to file your appearance or answer thereto In said proceedings on or before April 9, 194S, otherwise the allegations In said bill of complaint will be taken as confessed by you. It is further ordered that this order he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In the Jewish Floridian, a newspaper published in said County and State. Dated at Miami, Dade County, Florida, this the 9 day of March, A. D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk. JOHN II. YATES Solicitor for Plaintiff 3/12-19-26 4/2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115360. HARRY MEYER SEAMON. Plaintiff. VS. FLoRlNDA SEAMON. JJetendant. TO: FIXJRINDA SEAMON; 2 Copley Road. Apartment No. 403, Upper Darby. Pennsylvania. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 7th day of April, 1948. Dated this 8th day of March. 1948. H 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 UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GPVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business unAer the fictitious name of Bilt-Rite Venetian Blind-Co. at 2248 S. W. 8th St., Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florid*, MAX GREENFIELD ISAAC JOFFB Attorney for Applicant I "in Biiosyne BunAlqy gaum* *%  — ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR I'A HE COUNTY, FIX5R1DA-— IN CHANCERY. No. 115678. JOHN HENRY VAN GELDER, Plaintiff, vs. MADELEINE B. VAN ''.ELDER. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER, c/o Mrs. Margulles, Ogontz Manor Apartments, Apartment E-24 ogontz and Olney Avenues, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. 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 19 day of April. 1948: otherwise the allegations of said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Lot this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. MATED this 18th day of March, i:nv E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. {Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER Solicitor for Plaintiff, 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami, Florida. 3/19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNT1. FLORIDA.— IN CHANCERY, No. 115676. EDNA CHASIN NASTA, Plalntirr. vs. A. HERMAN NASTA, Defendant. TO: A. HERMAN NASTA 1077 Astor Avenue Bronx. 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 19. 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 Floridian. a newspaper published in Dade County. Florida. Dated this 18th day of March, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Clrouit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. MILTUN A PRI TO *u£ W,,,!> ** Attorney t Law B i /l-8 %  • i % 



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PAGE TWENTY t-lfiwistifhrMbf) FRIDAY, MARCH2 R, aj|1 Political Roundup "More than 101 m:les of Dade county's 192 miles of roads and bridges in the state-maintained system are in need of impi ment," said State Senator W. A (Bill) Shands, candidate for Governor. Estimated cost of su which would be a ; improvement for Dade county, is $10,350,000. he added. -My tour years of t-xp^: as a member of the State R--• %  :: Board will be helpful to me as Governor, in fostering t tion projects for this count; the cooperation of I Department," said Sen SI •'I believe when we should think in of using all of our rev-. the gasoline tax funds for road con The • h -v. I was chairman t th S pr priations c mmitl I the m st valu in 194 Bet-re his first ti state ure :n 1941 S was and then %  Miami : t:on of All L J1 %  i :.:. m '•:• %  L 'for 22 inn meed ; :: NURSE Can accommodate one or two in beautiful bo&M e= the Beach. Strictly Kosher Kitchen PHONE 58-:::* retire from ffi expin 5 this : r H 2 • 60." %  "I feel that 1 B rn in All -' H three years that one of, the bas -ems of society is : the -submerged tenth and lhe;r treatment and rehabilita-; Included in his program arc -kill the n in ising the numgradually %  hard 1: n g disabled vet i %  > tax exemption. ,x structure M-.llard I building pro:. 1935. W lins H • %  Dix Herlong C : Sh is : %  Mrs • %  • %  ; : 3 The candidal Y f Dad .' %  I %  :i :. %  ID. MacandiI post. nt pi — %  : i Internal %  '• %  '' iction of a tion of l the A :: unty I r Beach. '.' and m I zation I mty 1 lied J Foi JS ion er, Mac\ I l .::.-.::• %  tion following the death of N. P. Lowery He is u building supply d-. Hugh (Pat) Peters has announced his candidacy for reelection to the Dade county commission from the second district, basing his campaign on 14 years on the commission. rs has been elected to the K times and during his l commissioner he lways been head of the and bridges program. y accomplishments the planning, financing and ( the North Bay causeDuring the recent floods in Dade c unty, Peteri was largely instrumental in obtaining funds to build a dike along Golden Glades R )ad to the Miami canal, to the Dade-Broward levj and thence south to the TamTrail He pointed out in his J announcement for reelection that, although this properly was a function of the D*u Drainage district board. ^ mi. was done to relieve the flood fering by them. Furthermore county is now starting to 8MB $100,000 additional money jn effort to prevent a recurrence rf the devastating floods of last 1^ Peters also has been a leader i„ the development of the Miami International Airport. During t]> brief span of two years, sinc 1 the county commission has be serving as the port authority thj, property has been developed'into the world's largest airport. Flora R. Iliekey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER 7 rmerly of Fi:ra Corset Shop 104'S.E. First Street Miami. Fla. Phone 3-1882 Water Heaters ELECTRIC REPAIRED and REBUILT ALL MAKES Miami Water Heater Co. 2452 N. W. 36th St. Phone 9-3070 Tour Complete DepartauM Store With Quality Merchandise Washington AT*, at 13th ft, Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Appaxel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flakier St. Miami Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phones 9-53"7 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDESBERG. Owner STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROVPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. 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ii^liB\wiislh-IEIliOiPiidliigun
VOLUME 21NUMBER 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
US- DESERTS PARTITION
Delegate Austin *
Requests Creation
Of Trusteeship
American Delegate Warren R.
Austin canceled plans to present
to the security council last Wed-
nesday a formal request for a
special general assembly session
to scrap partition and create a
UN trusteeship for Palestine
which he announced previously
on Friday. The council adjourned
until Tuesday.
The development left UN
diplomats confused and puzzled
as to what action the UN could
take next to solve the Palestine
problem.
Declaring that there seems to
be "general agreement" that the
partition plan cannot be imple-
mented now by peaceful means,
and that "it is clear that the
security council is not prepared
to go ahead with efforts to im-
plement the plan in the existing
situation," Austin made the fol-
lowing statement on Friday:
"My government believes that
a temporary trusteeship for Pal-
estine should be established under
the Trusteeship Council of the
United Nations to maintain the
peace and to afford the Jews and
Arabs of Palestine further oppor-
tunity to reach an agreement re-
garding the future government of
that country. Such a United Na-
tions trusteeship would, of course,
be without prejudice to the char-
acter of the eventual political
settlement, which we hope can be
achieved without long delay. In
our opinion, the Security Coun-
cil should recommend the estab-
lishment of such a trusteeship to
the General Assembly and to the
Mandatory Power. This would
require an immediate special ses-
sion of the General Assembly,
which the Security Council might
call under the terms of the char-
ter.
Pending the meeting of the
special session of the General As-
sembly, we believe that the Se-
curity Council should instruct
the Palestine Commission to sus-
pend its efforts to implement the
proposed partition plan. Draft
CJA Reports $1,108,824
------------------------------------------------$.
Congress Debates
Reversed Policy
WASHINGTON, (JTA) A
sharp debate broke out in both
houses of Congress as a number
of senators and representatives
attacked the American reversal
on Palestine partition and es-
pousal of a plan for a U.N. trus-
teeship for the mandate.
The high points of the debate
came when Rep. Leo Isaacson.
American Labor Party of New
York, demanded that the United
States recognize the de facto Jew-
ish state in Palestine and Rep.
Jacob K. Javits of New York in-
troduced a bill to legalize the
shipment of arms and munitions
to Palestine depsite the State De-
partment embargo. Isaacson also
urged that the administration re-
turn to its former pro-partition
stand.
.Veil" Feature
A new feature for Jewish
Floridian readers will be a
column written by Harry Si-
monhoff. Mr. Simonhoff will
bring to readers of the Floridian
his caustic comments on local
and national affairs. A long
time resident of this area, Mr.
Simonhoff has returned from
a European trip.
resolutions which would give ef-
fect to the above suggestions will
be circulated shortly for the con-
sideration of the Security Coun-
cil."
It was reported that Mr. Tru-
man might discuss the bitterly
criticized abandonment of parti-
tion at a news conference Thurs-
day. This was followed by other
reports that Marshall planned to
speak out within a few days on
the full reasons for the decision
to scuttle the partition program.
Testimonial To
Moses (vinsburg
At Breakfast
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration will sponsor a testimonial
breakfast honoring Moses Gins-
berg on Sunday, March 28, at
the Steak House, 2362 Collins
Ave. The affair will be tendered
as an expression of appreciation
for Mr. Ginsberg's generous dona-
tion for ten years of the use of the
Federation premises, and a rec-
ognition of his services to the
Jewish community of Greater
Miami.
Plans for the breakfast were
launched at a meeting held yes-
terday at the offices of Joseph
R. Stein, chairman of the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal, of
which Mr. Ginsberg is treasurer.
The steering committee for the
function is headed by Joseph R.
Stein, as chairman, and consists
of Sam Blank, Max Orovitz, Wm.
D. Singer, Herbert Scher, Irving
Frankel, George Chertkof and
Jack Ablin. Co-chairmen of the
arrangements committee are Mrs.
Frieda Leslie and Mrs. Herbert
Scher.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer will
address the guests.
In announcing the breakfast,
Mr. Stein stated: "The entire
Jewish community of Greater Mi-
ami is signally privileged in hav-
ing in its midst a man of the
caliber of Moses Ginsberg. By
paying fitting tribute to his qual-
ities as a generous and public-
spirited citizen, we are, in a
sense, enriched and ennobled by
his inspiring example.
"Knowing the place which
Moses Ginsberg occupies in the
hearts of his fellow citizens of the
Greater Miami community, the
committee in charge of this testi-
monial breakfast is fulfilling the
will of his legion of friends who
want to pay due honor to this
warm-hearted and devoted work-
er for every good and worthy
cause."
Next-To-Last Meeting Honors
Leaders Of Women's Division
The mark of $1,108,824, the largest sum ever raised by the
local Jewish community was reached by the 1948 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it was announced, at the next-to-the-last Report
Meeting held Wednesday, March 24, at a luncheon at Man-
ning's Restaurant.
More than 300 workers seeking------------------------------------------------
to reach the goal of $1,489,9251 an c
reported a total of 5.998 pledges ] VlOICnCC EHSIieS
In Holy Land
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Violence
continued in Palestine this week
while dissatisfaction with the
United States proposal for aban-
donment of partition by the Unit-
ed Nations mounted throughout
the Jewish community.
Six Jews, including two young
children were killed when Arabs
blew up the Solel Boneh build-
ing in Haifa. Early reports said
that 14 Jews were hospitalized
and 22 were injured slightly by
the blast, while eight buildings
were damaged and 21 vehicles
destroyed by the force of the ex-
plosion.
obtained in the period since the!
beginning of the campaign on
March 7.
Joseph R. Stein, chairman, pre-
sided at the meeting which
honored the Women's Division,
headed by Mrs. Abraham Good-
man, Mrs. Stanley Myers, Mrs.
Joseph Rose and Mrs. Gerald
Lewis.
Mrs. Goodman, who was intro-
duced by Mr. Stein paid tribute
to her co-workers and emphasized
the importance of the role which
the women of the local commun-
ity have played in the present
drive. Mrs. Goodman drew a
parallel between the efforts of
the women workers and Queen
Esther, pointing out that the
Purim season lent a special sign-
ificance to their labors. She in-
troduced Mrs. Monte Selig, a
member of the overseas delega-
tion which visited Europe and
Palestine last summer, with a
poem written in Mrs. Selig's
honor by Mrs. Nat Williams.
Mrs. Selig spoke briefly on the
work of the National Women's
Division and of their determina-
tion to achieve 10r'< of the total
national UJA goal of $250,000,000,
and stated, "Our inspiration
comes from the brave women of
Palestine who are working and
fighting side by side with their
men."
Morris Klass, campaign director,
read a telegram from the national
headquarters of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, which stated in part,
"Nothing has changed for the
hungry and hopeless The
(Continued on Page 4)
The explosion of a truckload of
dynamite levelled at least eight
houses in one block in the Arab
section of Haifa. At least 17 per-
sons are known to be dead and
50 wounded, and the casualty
figures are expected to go much
higher. Buildings were damaged
for several blocks in all direc-
tions, and several fires raged in
the area.
Jewish convoys travelling from
Ataroth to Jerusalem and from
Jerusalem to the Dead Sea were
also attacked, but there were no
reports of casualties. Mekor Haim
and Rehavia came under Arab
sniper attack early Monday morn-
ing. Sporadic fighting in Jeru-
salem resulted in slight damage
to the Belgian consulate here,
but no casualties.
Campaign Workers* Effort Can Remove $382,000 Block To Victory
9 ,___. .____, ..Tr:,r mM>tini in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be
A Statement by JOSEPH R. STEIN
(Chairman, 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal)
A call has been issued to all campaign workers and,
for that matter, to all members of the Jewish Com-
munity of Greater Miami, to join with us in our "Victory
Breakfast" next Sunday morning at 10
am. at the Steak House.
At this writing, with the cam-
paign's closing scheduled for March
28, we have raised $1,100,000. As every-
one knows, our goal is $1,489,925.
This means that, with just a few-
days to go, we are short $382,000 a
very large sum of money to raise in the :
few remaining days of this drive.
The question has been askedand
rightly sohow can we, under the)
circumstances, call next Sunday's func-
tion"Victory Breakfast." "#?
The question is not an easy one to answer. In fact,
it opens the door to a number of other Question^ such
as: Have we, as a community, bit off more than,we can
chew? Has the story of the tremendous needs confront
ing our people been told adequately to the Jtwun
Public? Have contributions been sufficient y greater
this year than last to enable us to reach the nigner
oal? Have all prospects been covered? answpr
. If we answer these questions, we canftm'g
how we can hope, in the present state of the c-mpaign.
Jos. Stein
to make next Sunday's breakfast a "Victory" meeting.
First, is $1,489,925 too large a goal for Greater
Miami? I think the answer is definitely "No." Our com-
munity is a prosperous one and, when compared with
goals accepted by other Jewish communities of our
population class, ours is on a par with theirs. Under-
standably, nearly a million and a half dollars is a lot of
money but when on the one hand we consider the need
and on the other our community resources we should
not be willing to accept anything less than our goal as
the measure of this community's awareness of its re-
sponsibility. It should be remembered that the accept-
ance of the goal was a community-wide act, participated
in by representatives of every segment of the com-
munity at the mass meeting on January 4.
Has the story been told adequately? The answer is
that if we spent a million dollars in advertising and
could literally flood the community with pamphlets
and newspaper articles and deafen it with speeches and
radio broadcasts, we couldn't tell the story adequately.
How can the plight of 250,000 DP's-st.ll waiting for
liberation some three years after wars endbe pic-
tured so that you and I can be made to feel their pangs
and sufferings, their despair and holpelessness? And
how with all the publicity in the world can we make
our community understand what is going on this very
moment in the minds and hearts of our fellow-Jews in
Sstine-the frustration that must be theirs It is
hard for me to believe that there is a single Jew in
Greater Miami who is not aware of what is going on
in Palestine and Europe. Lack of knowledge cannot be
advanced as an excuse for not giving, or not giving
adequately.
Have contributions this year been on a higher plane
than last year? Have all prospects been covered? In the
answer to these two questions lies the secret of the suc-
cess or failure of our campaign. In the initial gift phase
of the campaign, contributions ran on an average of 70
percent above last year. If this rate of increase could
have been maintained throughout the campaign, there
would have been no question of our going over the top.
Unfortunately, once the initial gift phase of the cam-
paign was concluded, contributions generally have been
no.t much higher than those of last year. But the main
reason for the slump is that are still several thousand
prospect cards in the hands of the workers that have
not yet been covered. An office check the other day
revealed that nearly $200,000 was still outstanding in
uncovered cards of 1947 contributors.
All this leads to one positive conclusion:
If every worker in the trades unit, the women's
unit, the young adult unit, the special assignment unit,
the winter residents, hotel and the metropolitan units
will immediately cover every one of his uncovered
cards
If every worker in these units will endeavor to get
each contributor to pledge twice what he gave in 1947
If every worker does this at once
Our scheduled final report meeting next Sunday will
in truth be a "VICTORY BREAKFAST."





PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, MARCH 26. lajo
Congress Women
Attend Conclave
Delegates to me national con-
vention of the Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, March
29 to 31. will be leaving here
Sunday for New York City.
Gathering of the women is to pre-
cede the AJC conference there
March 31 to April 5.
Representing the Miami Beach
group will be Mrs. Louis Glasser.
president of the Florida Women's
Division: Mrs. Jeanette Zimmer-
man and Mrs. Herbert Glickman:
also Miss Malvina Weiss who is
in New York at present. Mrs. A.
A. Hayden will be the delegate
from Miami chapter, and Mrs.
Anna Alexander. Esther chapter.
Following the conference ad-
journment Monday April 5. all
congress delegates will reconvene
in Washington. D. C, to discuss
the Palestine problem.
American Jewish Congress has
re-opened its displaced persons
project locally.
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Miami Hadassah
Donor Luncheon At
Martinique Hotel
Mrs. David Greenberg. New
York, member of the National
Board of Hadassah. will be princi-
pal speaker Wednesday. March
31, during the first ten dollar
donor luncheon of the Miami
Group to be held at the Martin-
ique hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Greenberg, a graduate of
Cornell University, where she re-
ceived high honors in history,
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
National Scholastic Honor Frat-
ernity. For more than sixteen
years, she has been an active
ieader of Hadassah. She launched
the Youth Aliyah Immigration
Project, for which Hadassah is
the official representative in
America, and served as first
chairman of the national Y com-
mittee for six years, directing
fund raising activities which pro-
vided for the maintenance and
education of thousands of Jewish
refugee boys and girls. The visi-
tor also was treasurer of the
Youth Aliyah Committee. At
present, she serves Hadassah as
convention chairman and chair-
man of publications.
Mrs. Greenberg brings to her
audience a first hand account of
conditions facing world Jewry in
the upbuilding of Palestine as
the Jewish National Home.
Other program highlights in-
clude violin selections by Sara
Bracken Carney accompanied by
her husband. Harry Carney.
Mrs. H. C. Moscr is chairman
of the event and has as her co-
chairman. Mrs. J. M. Flshman,
All proceeds will go to the Ha-
dassah Medical Organization. Re-
servations maybe made by call-
ing Mrs. Fred Ochs, 3-3238. Mrs.
Religious School Program
At Beth Jacob Sunday
Beth Jacob Religious School
Purim program will be presented
Sunday at 11 a.m. at the syna-
gogue' It will include a Purim
skit. "Queen Esther." two holi-
day quizzes, poems and rccita-
in Hebrew and English, and
a large repertoire of Purim mel-
odies.
Refreshments will be given tn
all children by the Sisterhood
Awards for excellence in studies
during the past third quarter will
be distributed and an official re-
port of the class contributions to
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration wi'l be made public.
Parents and friends are invited
i:> attend tne ch.-Jaren'i festival
For Hearty, home-cooked
Goulash at its best.. .|
prepared
undor strict
rabbinical
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Plans Program
Young Israel group of Greater
Miami recently elected Louis L.
Fox president of the organization
for a six-month term. Serving
with him will be Esther Carole-
bach, vice prcs.; Mollie Stein-
berg, treas.: Morris Kleiner, rec.
sec: and Eva Rosner, corres. sec.
Saul Genet has been appointed
program chairman and Jerry
Schichter. chairman of the ed-
ucation and youth committee.
Next meeting of the group is
to take place Thursday. April 1
at 8:15 p.m. in the Miami Beach
YM & WHA.
Young Israel plans to devote
its energies to a program of ed-
ucational social and recreational
.activities. A project of the group
is the establishment of a syna-
gogue in the 41st St. area of Mi-
ami Beach.
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PAGE THREE
Conference Of
Jewish Women
Honors Members
Confcience of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade county had
ils all-day quarterly meeting of
delegates of the 29 organizations
affiliated with the conference at
the Miami Y March 25.
A program was arranged to
honor women who had given
most of their three score and ten
years in service to religion, social
welfare and community activities,
who are still active in Dade coun-
ty organizations and are duly
appointed delegates to the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations. In most instances
those leaders have daughters who
arc taking an active party in
community work and are officers
or delegates to the conference.
Citations of merit were award-
id by Jacob Sher, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration to Mrs. Camille Baum.
.losoph Brenner, Mrs. Isidor
Cohen Mrs. Josephine Goldstrom
and Mrs. Moses Krieger.
A corsage was presented to
Mrs. Baum by her daughter. Mrs.
Clementine Kemp, secretary of
the organization; to Mrs. Brenner,
by Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
her daughter, who is president
of the organization; to Mrs. Cohen,
by her daughter Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub, vice president; to Mrs
Goldstrom by Mrs. Anna Kauf-
man who is president of B'nai
B'rith Women; and to Mrs.
Krieger. by Mrs. Dorothy Fink,
he- daughter.
During the business session of
the conference the nominating
committee made its report of the
officers to be elected in May, and
revisions of the constitution were
considered.
Delegates discussed the pros
and con- of the Miami-Dade coun-
ty merger. They were addressed
by T. A. Norwood who spoke for
and David H. Hendrick, who
spoke against consolidation.
Miami WC Concert
Miami Workmen's circle is pre-
s< nting a Purim concert Sunday
at 8 p.m. in the lyceum, 1545 S.
W 3rd St.
Featured in the program are
the appearance of vocalist and
accordionist. Luba Roy, and an
act by H. Greenberg, written by
Sholem Aleiehem. The school
children are to participate.
Pioneer Women
Banquet Monday
Jan Bart, popular tenor, will
headlight the entertainment at
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women's Ninth annual donor
dinner. The affair takes place
Monday evening at 6 p.m. in
Manning's restaurant,
i BarJ will be accompanied by
Anyuta Melicov at the piano. Also
included on the program is Luba
Roy, Palestinian artist who will
sing and accompany herself on
the accordion.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein of New
Yor* City, national president of
the Pioneer Women of America,
will be guest speaker. Active na-
tionally and in her home town in
many Jewish service and welfare
organizations, Mrs. Goldstein has
travelled extensively 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 serv-
ing as national chairman of the
UPA and co-chairman of the
UJA.
Mrs. Sam Sorin-Bild, president
and Moatzath Hapoaloth chair-
man of the local council, is chair-
man of this dinner, assisted by
Mrs. Henry Seitlin Mrs. Max
Shubow, Mrs. Joseph Mintzes and
Mrs. Albert H. Berson, Moatzath
Hapoaloth chairmen of the Club
I, Club II and Kadimah Chapter.
Mrs. Harry Albert (Kadimah
Chapter) will be toastmaster; Mrs.
Max Shubow (Club II) will ex-
tend greetings from the three Mi-
ami chapters; Mrs. Isaac Pushkin
(Club I) will give the invocation;
and Rabbi Max Shapiro will ad-
dress the members and their
guests.
Mrs. Harry Queen (Club I),
Mrs. Yetta Davidsohn (Club II)
and Mrs. Ida Meltzer (Kadimah
Chapter) have been chosen as
program jewel chairmen for their
respective clubs.
Hostesses for the dinner from
Club I are Mesdames H. Mandel,
M. Mendelson, L. Feinstein, R.
Brody and J. Greenberg; from
Club II, Mesdames A. Dorff. B.
Graetz, C. Krantz, R. Marcus and
E. Shadroff; and from the Ka-
dimah Chapter. Mrs. Lillian
Becker, Mrs. Sol Braun. Mrs. Ida
Myron, Mrs. Sam (Huddy) Siegel,
Mrs. Hvman Sootin and Mrs.
David Washer.
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women through the pro-
ceeds of this dinner, are cooperat-
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JAN BART MICHEL ROSENBERG
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MANNIE GATES & HIS ORCHESTRA
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(In event of bad weather, Monday)
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Sponsored by the Sisterhood of
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
Contributions
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Jerome Weinkle (right) is presenting the citizenship debate
trophy to Burton Michaels and Arline Perry of Miami Senior High
school, winners of the second annual Dade county High school de-
bate contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. The victors
are to visit Washington, D. C. for one week where they will attend
sessions of the Senate and House as the guests of Senators Claude
Pepper and Spessard Holland and Congessman George A. Smath-
ers. They will also receive gold loving cups and forensic pro-
ficiency scrolls.
Judges in the contest were Mayor Robert Floyd, Dade County
Commissioner Charles Grandon and Judge Ross Williams, The
students defeated Miami Edison High by taking the negative side
of the subject "Resolved: That the Marshal Plan Will Promote
World Peace."
Composer Entertains
Music Lovers Group
Alfred Eisenstein, composer,
entertained a group of music lov-
ers in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Belanoff, 2961 S.W. 18th
St., last Friday. The former civil
engineer played a transcription
of a radio program which featur-
ed songs and instrumental music
composed by him.
The compositions were broad-
cast recently over a New York
municipal radio station in one of
a series of programs devoted to
contemporary American compos-
ers. Eisenstein's newest so.ig,
"Life Was Beautiful," has been
accepted for publication by Chap-
pell & Co., Inc.
^mong the guests were Mrs.
Edythe Krepach, New Haven,
Mrs. Etta Hinkes, Patterson, N.
J.; Miss May Oxman, Philadel-
phia: and Miss Betty Halam of
Miami.
ing with the 21,000 other Ameri-
can Pioneer Women in their 320
clubs throughout the United
States, Canada and Mexico in
raising $1,500,000 for the present
Palestinian Emergency Fund for
the Moatzath Hapoaloth in Pal-
estine. The Moatzath Hapoaloth
is presently engaged in maintain-
ing reception centers for the DP's
coming into Palestine where they
are rehabilitated physically and
trained to take their places as
productive citizens of a new Jew-
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fare meeting of Miami group of
Hadassah. The meeting is to take
place Monday. April 12. in the
home of Mrs. Sheldon Kay, 1379
Venetian Way. Mrs. Harry Gor-
don is Child Welfare chairman.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 26.
EDTfORIAL
Face Facts
Jacob Sher. president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, received the following tele-
gram this week from Jonah B. Wise, chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal:
Until November 29, 1947, when the United
Nations decided upon the establishment of a Jew-
ish State through partition in Palestine, there were:
(A) 280.000 Jews in displaced persons camps in
Germany, Austria, Italy and Cyprus. Today there
are as many or more. (B) There were 1,250.000
surviving Jews in eastern and western Europe of
whom more than half were completely dependent
on our assistance. They continue to require relief
and rehabilitation. (C) There were 700.000 Jews in
Palestine building their homeland and prov.dmg
for its development so that thousands upon thous-
ands of additional immigrants might be absorbed.
They themselves are compelled to defend their
land, their homes and their very lives in the face
of Arab attacks. Immigrants continue to arrive.
There were 8,000 in January: 11.000 in February,
and continuing immigration in comparable num-
bers is expected. The care of these immigrants de-
pends on the resources and indomitable spirit and
courage of the Palestinian community and the
help they receive from the American Jewish com-
munity through the United Jewish Appeal. There
is no one else to help them. But for us they stand
alone. (D) Thousands of refugees were arriving
monthly from Asia and Europe to the hospitable
shores of the United States. This immigration is
continuing and it is hoped that the numbers will
be increased. The integration of these newcomers
into the American way of life must be made possi-
ble by the United Jewish Appeal.
Nothing has changed for the hungry, the
homeless, the helpless men. women and children
whose survival and welfare must continue to be
the almost sole responsibility of the American
Jewish community through the United Jewish
Appeal. If anything, the need for our help is great-
er today than it was on November 29, 1947. Cruel
disappointment has been the lot of the pitiful
remnants of surviving Jews overseas. Their cour-
age must be matched by our courage. Their will
to survive must be matched by our determination
to help them. We dare not desert them. Of all the
poignant tragedies suffered by our people over-
seas, this would be the most staggering. The United
Jewish Appeal continues to be an humanitarian
agency. Its mission of relief and rehabilitation re-
IT'S YOUR DUTY TO CARRY ON, SON
mains constant. It is not a political agency. Its con-
stituent agencies continue to conform meticulously
to laws and statutes of the United States gov-
ernment.
With the assured understanding and outpour-
ing of generosity of the American Jewish com-
munity, the United Jewish Appeal will carry for-
ward its sacred mission for the complete fulfill-
ment of its purposes.
For the officers of the United Jewish Appeal
Jonah B. Wise, National Chairman.
The above message gives us the naked and
true facts. It emphasizes the responsibility our
commun.ty has in insuring our current Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Light To Darkness
The impact of America's sudden reversal of
policy on partition is so stunning that it ^ ^
possible at this moment to react with any degree
of objectivity, or even of subjectivity. The hurt is
too deep, the wound too painful, the insult too
heavy, the betrayal too unbelievable.
Less than four months ago our country, faced
by an essentially moral problem, rose to world
leadership in stearing the Palestine issue to the
only apparent solution. Today, after having raised
false hopes in the hearts of the Yishuv and in the
souls of the tragic Jewish figure in Europe whose
longing for Zion is the sole mainspring of their
existence, the United States stands with the Arabs
in shearing Jewish hopes, in subjecting our men,
women and children in Palestine to slaughter by
semi-civilized peoples and in frustrating a dream
which stood as a pillar of light in Jewish life over
the centuries.
Less than four months aqo our spokesmen
at the United Nations gained the admiration of
the world by meeting Arab threats and challenges
with a forthrightness and courage becoming a
great nation. Today we cringe and yield to Arab
violence.
Less than four months ago we sounded a call
of encouragement to a bewildered world seeking
comfort and peace in international organ:zation.
Today we carry a message of divisiveness, o
message of despair and hopelessness to the
frightened people of the world.
This sudden transition from light to darkness
is even more ominous when considered against
the background of last week's Presidential mes-
sage to the people of America and the world.
For how can the people of Italy, of France, of
Greeceall the people to whom the messaqe was
directedrepose faith in a government, in a
President and in an Administration which so
shamefully reneges on a decision to which it had
been pledging adherence to the very last moment?
The faith of the world in America has long been
tottering. The painful display of shamefulness be-
fore the Security Council may well shatter that
faith completely.
The unheard of reversal of policy will noi
deter the Jewish people from unremittingly pur-
suing their national aspirations In Palestine, not
the American Jews from giving them every aid
and support."
Next-To-Last Meeting Honors
Leaders Of Women's Division
(Continued from Page 1)
need is greater oven than before
N v-mber 29 (Partition Day) for
the displaced persons and the rest
of the Jews in both Europe and
Palestine, as well as for the new- |
comers arriving in the United
Sta-.i
Divisions reported as follows:
Winter Residents. Jack Ablin
reporting. H pledges for $5,105.
making a total of 148 pledges for
$121,990;
Trades. William Glick report-
ing. 98 ledges for S11.477, for a
total of 1,647 pledges for $506,-
132:
Hotels, J. M. Seidenberg re-
porting. 5 pledges for $3,075, for
a total of 376 pledges for $331,-
360;
Women's Gifts, Miss Bea Rap-
port reporting, 79 pledges for
$5,016. for a total of 773 pledges
for $92,157:
Metropolitan, Rabbi Max Shap-
iro and Rabbi Leon Kronish re-
porting. 364 pledges for $5,816,
for a total of 2,294 pledges for
$51,172;
Young Adult, Joe Pardo re-
porting. 14 pledges for $111, for
a total of 178 pledges for $5,173.
Youth Division, Abe Gannes re-
porting. 2 pledges for $330. for a
total of 204 pledges for $840.
Abe Gannes. Youth Division
chairman, made special mention
of the gift of $100 contributed by
the Teen-Age Council of the Mi-
ami Beach YM & WHA, which
was presented by Bob Somer-
stein, representing the Council,
as well as the various sums raised
in the religious schools through-
out the community which were
as follows: Beth David, $205;
Temple Israel, $325; Miami Beach
Jewish Center, $125; Beth Sholom,
$200; Jewish Orthodox, $25; Beth
Jacob. $25, and Coral Gables Jew-
ish Community Center, $50.
Flowers were presented to Mrs
Abraham Goodman, Mrs. Stanley
Myers, and Mrs. Monte Selig and
a song sung in their honor as a
mark of appreciation for their
efforts.
Workers were urged by the
chairman, Joseph Stem, to make
reservation promptly to attend
the final and what is hoped to
be the Victory Breakfast Sunday
morning, March 28th, at the Steak
House, 2362 Collins Ave., at 10
o'clock. This function will als i
Zionists Pledge
I'aU'sl ine Support
NEW YORK, (JTAiA pledge
of "utmost support" of whatever
:. the Jewish community of
stine may take in implement-
ing the U.N. partition decision
was voiced here over the week-
end at an emergency meeting of
the administrative council of the
I nation of America
. ing the announcement by
lie American Government that
it has abandoned the U.N. parti-
tion decision and that it intends
to rec mmend an interim U.N.
trusteeship tor Palestine a! a spe-
cial General Assembly. The meet-
ing also adopter! a resolution ex-
Violence Continues In Holy Land
Both Sides Suffer Casualties
Haganah forces drove off an
Arab band of 1.000 men which
had entrenched itself around
Hartuv. in the Judean hills be-
tween Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,
after an all-night attack. At least
40 Arabs were reported slain.
serve to honor Moses Ginsberg, pressing "horror" it the prospect
the treasurer of the 1948 Com- of thi Moi :e against the
bined Jewish Appeal.
State Zionists
Meet In Atlanta
Jews of Pale-' plicit"
the trusteeship pi p
Pi ti iburg; P ilitical Action, Abe
G In in, national /, O A. vice
Zionists from all over Florida :p. Moe
are preparing to converge upon s- .'.. Palm Beach; Or-
Orlando for the first annual st.r.e ganization and Programming,
conference, which is taking on A I Freed nan, Z.O.A.
added significance in view of the Southeastern Regional director.
present critical situation at the' c ,. : Orlando will
U.N. and in Palestine. The event I pn rning session
will take place this Sunday tt Roth of Miami Beach
The British commander of a
700-man Arab band and 20 Arabs
were killed in another fierce,
night-long battle which took
place around the settlement of
Ni/anim. in the Negev, Haganah
reported. The band, led by a
Briton allegedly of high military
rank, approached the colony for
an all-out attack, but was spotted
in time by Haganah guards. The
raiders attacked the colony in
several continuous waves, but fell
back and fled before the intense
Jewish fire.
March 28.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the banquet on Sunday
night at the San Juan hotel, and
Mortimer May, national vice
chairman of the Z.O.A. Adminis-
trative Council, will be on hand
to discuss the issues at the lunch-
eon, which has been planned.
the following will lead in
workshop panels that will feature
the morning and afternoon ses-
sions: Brandeis Camp. Shepard
Broad. Miami Beach; Z.O.A. Ed-
m the afternoon Luncheon pre-
siding officer will be Sidm
Gluckman, regional vice presi-
from Daj I !., Beat h Shep-
ard Broad, regional vice p
dent from Miami Beach, will be
toastmaster at the banquet.
Bri< ses of welcome will
be delivered l,y Abe Goldstein,
national Z.O.A. vice president,
now s asota and Sol P
Benamy, president of the South-
rn Zionist Region Rabbi
- A, Skop of Orlando and
Haganah added that later a
British police unit attacked the
Arab band, killing three of the
marauders and wounding four
Another guerrilla band, rushed in
to relieve the first group of at-
tackers, met with heavy Haganah
resistance and was driven off
after suffering several casualties.
ucational and Public Relations iRabbi Sol H. Oster of Lakeland
Projects, Manuel Posy, New York
Z.O.A. executive; Jewish Nation-
al Fund, M. G. Rosenberg, St.
will pronounce the invocations a
inquet and luncheon
spectively.
re-
Arab snipers opened fire in the
center of Jerusalem, killing one
Jew outside a movie and losing
two men when Haganah members
returned the fire. Smaller en-
>-nts between Haganah and
Arab units flared up on the out-
skirts of the city, the biggest of
which occurred near Neve Jacob,
where Jewish armored cars
blocked the road leading to the
settlement to prevent Arab rein-
forcements from reaching an Arab
band attacking the colony. Two
Arabs and one Greek were killed
by the Jews.
Refugees Of Nazism
Arrive Here From China
SAN FRANCISCO- A group
of 122 refugee men. women and
children who were stranded in
Shanghai for more than eight
years following then flight from
Nazi-occupied Eur >pe will ar-
rive here aboard the S.S. "Gen-
eral Gordon" on Tuesday, March
23, 1948, it was rep irted today
by United Service for New Amer-
icans, major welfare agency aid-
ing survivors of Nasis.:. coming
to haven in this country.
The newcomers are part of a
group of Europeans who fled the
Nazis and found haver, in China
before the war. About 6.500 ot
the original group, who were in-
terned bv the Japanese in a war-
time ghetto in Shanghai, are stui
living there while awaiting emi-
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Miss Rhoda Granowitz
Announces Engagement
At a surprise dinner party giv-
en at the Ritz Plaza hotel in
honor of her 21st birthday, the
engagement of Miss Rhoda Gran-
Miss Granowitz
owitz to Al Rubin was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Granowitz of 721 14th PI.,
Miami Beach. He is the son of
M: and Mrs. William Rubin, 4491
Prairie, also of Miami Beach.
Having attended schools in New
York City and Miami Beach, Miss
Granowitz is now employed by
certified public accountant on
Lincoln Rd. Her fiance, a former
student of the Univerity of Mi-
ami, is associated with Engrav-
O-Craft, engraving and plating
engineers.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Double Ring Ceremony Unites
Miss Borkin, Earl Susaneck
A double ring ceremony joined
in marriage Miss Estelle Lee
Borkin and Earl Joseph Susaneck,
Sunday, March 7. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Maurice
Mamches officiated at the cere-
mony which was conducted at
the Beth David Congregation.
The bride daughter of Mrs.
Rose Borkjn 730 N.E. 62nd St.,
was given in marriage by her
brother, Albert Borkin. The
groom was accompanied to the
altar by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Susaneck, 167 N.W.
25th St.
Miss Shirley Bragman, cousin
to the bride, served as maid of
honor, and the Misses Florence
Feldman, Joan Zucker and Ruth
Grayson were bridesmaids. Mr.
I Susaneck's best man was his
j cousin Bernard Hyman of At-
| lantic City, N. J., and ushering
j roles were taken by Dr. Eugene
Edelman, Philip Edelman. Her-
man Staiman and Arnold Gray-
son. Miss Lorraine "Pinky" Brag-
man showered yellow rose petals
in the path of the bride as she
walked down the aisle, and Mel-
vin Hecht, concluded the bridal
procession, carrying the ring on
a white satin pillow. The groom's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Susaneck of Atlantic City, com-
pleted the bridal party.
Albert Glantz, vocal soloist .was
accompanied by Miss Marilyn
Grayson, pianist, and Maurice
Goldstein, violinist.
A reception for 350 guests fol-
lowed the ceremony. The immed-
iate family and visiting guests
concluded the day's festivities
with dinner and dancing in the
evening at the Blackstone hotel.
The former Miss Borkin was
Shulmans Tendered
30th Anniversary Party
On the occasion of the thirtieth
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Shulman. Park-
way Apartments, 13th St. and
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
friends gathered in the home of
Mr. Miller to fete the couple with
a party.
S. A. Goldin intiated the in-
scription of Mr. and Mrs. Shul-
man in the Golden Book in Jeru-
salem and was joined by all those
present.
Miss Edith Koenig
Engaged To Newman
A June wedding will climax
nuptial plans for Miss Edith
Koenig, Fort Lauderdale, whose
engagement to Stuart Newman of
Miami Beach was recently an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Koenig, Freehold,
N. J. His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Newman, reside in Fort
Lauderdale.
The wedding will take place
at the Shoreham hotel in Wash-
ington, D. C. on June 19.
A graduate of Freehold High
school, Miss Koenig was grad-
uated from Fitkin Memorial
School of Nursing at Asbury
Park. N. J. She attended Colum-
bia University for specialized
post-graduate study. The bride-
elect is a member of the Ameri-
can and Florida State Nurses As-
sociations.
A public relations counsel with
offices in Miami Beach, Mr. New-
man is a graduate of University
of Florida where he was a mem-
ber of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
A lieutenant in World War II,'
he served as an Air Force bom-
bardier-navigator and public re-
lations officer. Mr. Newman is a
member of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
the Elks and is secretary of the
Greater Miami chapter, Sigma
Delta Chi journalistic fraternity.
Miss Koenig

Mrs. Susaneck
Mrs. J. Schifman and daughter,
Mrs. Einbeinder and daughter of
Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. M.
Gittleman of New Britain, Conn.;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kraner of Bav
graduated from Miami Senior City, Mich.; Mrs. B. Fabricant
High school. Mr. Susaneck at-
tended schools in Atlantic City.
N. J., and at present is in busi-
ness in Miami. He is a Navy vet-
eran, having spent two years in
the Pacific area.
Now spending their honeymoon
in Central Florida, the newly-
weds will reside in Miami upon
their return.
Among the out of town guests
were Mrs. A. Levine, Mr. and
and Mrs. H. Belsky of Brooklyn,
N. Y.: Miss Gertrude Sashin of
New York City; Mr. and Mrs.
Bader of Spring Valley. N. Y.:
Mr. and Mrs. F. Susaneck, Mr.
and Mrs. Rakoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Uretsky, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman,
Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Zucker,
Bernard Hyman and Miss Joan
Zucker, all from Atlantic City,
N. J.
Yvette Margulies
Announces Engagement
To Benjamin Fogel
Betrothal of Miss Yvette Jewel
Margulies and Benjamin Fogel is
announced today by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Margulies,
1837 S.W. 14th St. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lauis Fogel,
Lakewood, N. J.
Reception for the couple will
be held Tuesday evening at 8
p.m. at the Margulies home.
Miss Margulies was confirmed
and graduated from Beth David
synagogue and was graduated *
from Miami Senior High school.
She attended Northwestern uni-
versity and is.now a sophomore
at the University of Miami major- Miss Margulies
ing in speech pathology. The.~ .
bride-elect is secretary-trepsurerfgraduate of Bronx High school o!
of Habonim. youth labor Zionist
Miss Irene Jacobs
Wedding Sunday
\t King Cole
Miss Irene Jacobs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs,
528 S.W. 10th Ave., will become
Mrs. James William Baros, Jr.,
Sunday evening in the King Cole
hotel.
A recent graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, Miss Jacobs
is the past president of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority there. She
has chosen sorority sisters for
her attendants. Miss Lynn Rabin
will be maid of honor and the
Misses Joan Perlman, Bobby
Sacknoff and Edie Resnik, brides-
maids.
Pre-nuptial 'parties honoring
Miss Jacobs included a miscel-
laneous shower given by Mrs.
Gertrude Michaels, a surprise
lingerie shower by the sorority
and a crystal shower by Mrs.
Frank Rose. Before leaving for
her home in Pawtucket, R. I.,
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, the former
Beverly August, also tendered a
luncheon for the bride-elect.
Mr. Baros, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James William Baros, was grad-
uated from Georgia school of
Technology as a chemical engi-
neer March 20.
Mrs. Sherry To
Golden Age Club
First annual Purim celebration
of the Golden Age Friendship
Club of the Miami YM-YWHA
will take place Sunday at 2 p.m.
in the new Y building at 450 S.W.
16th Ave.
An array of talent combining
music, acting, and readings in
Yiddish is included in the pro-
gram. Purim refreshments includ-
ing Hamantashen will be served.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Wom-
en's Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, will speak to
the assembled audience.
The public is invited to attend
the Purim celebration. Admission
is 75c including tax.
organization, iPoale Zion, Labor organization
(of America. She is also a past
vice president of Dorothy Born-
i stein Girls of B'nai B'rith.
The prospective bridegroom, a
The family of
SAMUEL KALER
Wish to express their apprecia-
tion for the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy from their
friends and relatives in their hour
of bereavement.
Science is now a senior at the
university majoring in political
science. He is treasurer of Poale
Zion.
Beach Y Holds
All-Day Carnival
Preparations for the all-day
Purim Carnival to be held at
the Beach YM & WHA have been
completed, according to Mrs.
Evelyn .Walterman, chairman of
the program committee of the Y.
Judges for the Queen Esther
contest are Mrs. Carl Susskind,
Samuel Shapiro, Milton Sirkin.
Dr. M. B. Cirlin and Paul Weitz-
man. The Y will be appropriately
decorated in Purim motif Mrs
Walterman added, and games are
planned.
Attendance of teen agers and
adults is urged.
I wish to thank my many friends for their
interest and good wishes during my recent
illness.
Sincerely
MARY B. ADELMAN
RUTH BROTMAN
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Paula Brunr.er. 0ted Esther of 1948 ., ST-ft?
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Haboium. the youth Ubo,
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Bea- Left" to rijhi are the Misses Loraine Grobman. Elaine
Sachs. Phyllis WUpon and R3nr.ee Wasserman._______________
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Announces 1949
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f" Jewish Acrid/ian
PAGE SEVEN
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Honors Miss Strauss
Miss Helen Strauss
Entertaining a national officer,
Miss Helen Strauss of New York,
members of the board of Temple
Israel Sisterhood, both incumbent
and those nominated to hold of-
fice next year, will meet at a
luncheon in Huyler's restaurant
on Monday, March 29, at 1 p.m.
Miss Strauss is national director
of the House of Living Judaism
project. Mrs. Nat L. Williams is
chairman for the Temple Israel
Sisterhood of this work, which
is to provide a fund for the build-
ing of a cultural center in New
York and one in Cincinnnati.
Other members of the Sister-
hood interested in the House of
Living Judaism are invited to at-
tend the luncheon. Reservations
may be obtained from Mrs. Stella
Hantman, 3-0563, or Mrs. Henry
Hirsch, 48-4269.
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Coral Gables Mayor
Installation Guest
W. Keith Phillips, Coral Gables
city mayor, will be guest of honor
at installation ceremonies wel-
coming the newly elected officers
of the Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
Lodge and its women's chapter
on Sunday, 7 p.m., March 28th.
at the Fox Restaurant, 6500 S.
Dixie Highway.
Jack Abbott, president of the
State Federation of Florida B'nai
B'rith Lodges will install Leonard
Spiegel as president and Jerome
Adelman as vice president.
Mrs. Irving Becker, a vice pres-
ident of the District Grand Lodge
No. 5 B'nai B'rith women, will in-
stall the officers of the Coral
Gables Women's Chapter at the
same function. Mrs. Nathan
Bloom was recently elected presi-
dent of the Women's Chapter and
Mrs. Morris Horwitz and Mrs.
William Heckler were appointed
vice presidents.
Other officers to be installed
are, Gables men: rec. sec, Ed-
ward Wolf; corr. sec, Alvin
Corenblum; fin. sec, Sidney Rich-
man; treas., Lewis Pomerantz:
warden, Milton Klein; guardian,
Jerome Poncher; monitor, Dr.
Leonard Glickstein; trustee (1
yr.) Eugene Seidler; trustees (2
yrs.) Rabbi Albert Michels and
Bernard Hoffman.
Coral Gables women: rec. sec,
Mrs. Leonard Glickstein; corr.
sec, Mrs. A. W. Harris; fin. sec,
Mrs. Bernard Abramson; treas..
Mrs. Frank Weilins; parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Oscar Sindell; moni-
tor, Mrs. Sam Schulefand; his-
torian, Mrs. Herman Fisher-
Hillel Council delegate, Mrs. Sam
Silver; B'nai B'rith Council deleg-
ates, the Mesdames Lawrence
Simkin, A. W. Harris and Nathan
Bloom. Se.-ving on the chapter's
board of directors will be the
Mesdames Maurice Corenblum.
Albert Michels, Sidney Boeninger,
Sidney Richman, Edgar Miller
Sidney Lewis.
Karl Krueger
Detroit symphony orchestra
will be presented in a special
engagement by the University
of Miami. Saturday, April 3. in
Miami Senior High school. The
concert begins at 8:30 p.m.,
Karl Krueger conducting.
Sholom Ladies Nominate
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom, has announced the
following nominating committee
for the Sisterhood:
Mrs. Irving Rothman. chairman,
and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, Mrs. Wil-
liam Fair, Mrs. Saul Kaplan. Mrs.
Jack Kay, Mrs. Charles Tobin,
and Mrs. Jack Udell
A slate of officers will be sent
to all members by March 31.
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Weiskopf Dies at Home
Daniel K. Weiskopf, 74, retired
vice president and director of the
National Distillers Products Corp.,
New York City, died at his home
Monday night, 3310 Alton Rd.,
Miami Beach. A resident of Mi-
ami Beach for 10 years having
come from New York, Weiskopf
is survived by two sons, James,
Miami Beach, and Robert, Miami
Shores, and a daughter, Mrs.
Robert H. Reid of New York
City.
The body was sent to New
York Wednesday.
From The Moment of His Inauguration
Will Be A Full-Fledged '
GOVERNOR
There is no substitute for
experience and, as Governor, Colin
English will not have to spend valuable
months feeling his way around .
getting acquainted with the "job" of
Governor. He knows now... and from
the moment of his inauguration, he
will be a full-fledged Governor.
Aside from his outstanding
accomplishments in the field of
education as Superintendent of Public
Instruction, Colin English is fully
qualified now to fulfill the duties of
Chief Executive of our state ... from
the standpoint of experience and
thorough knowledge of state
governmental affairs--acquired
through eleven years of continuous
experience as a member of the state
cabinet and other important boards and commissions, during the
administrations of three governors.
Colin English has already accomplished great things for
Florida, and, as Governor, he will continue to do all of those
things which will best serve the interests of all Florida. Compare
the experience, record of accomplishments and other qualifications
of those seeking this high office, and we believe that you'll agree
... it is to the best interests of every man, woman and child of
this state, that you vote for and
Elect
COLIN ENGLISH
GOVERNOR
At The May 4th Democratic Primaries
We Are For CoHll English
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LEONARD ABESS
SAM BECKER
DAVID CATSMAN
C. L. CLEMENTS
LEO EISENSTEIN
AUGUST GEIGER
ROSEMARY GERSON
COL. SOL GOLDSTROM
JEROME GOODMAN
HENRY HOHAUSER
JACK JUSTICE
WALTER EOVNER
IRWIN KORACH
REBECCA KRIEGER
HUGH S. LARRICK
PAT MALONE
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
GERTRUDE RAND
VAN C. KUSSROW
ABE SCHONFELD
S. E. SCHWARTZ
MARK A. SMITH
MILTON WEISS
ROSE WEISS
Pd. for by Miami Beach Friends or Colin English.



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FRIDAY, MARCH 26.
Personally Speaking...
Maurice Grossman, director of the Miami Y, left far a short
business trip to New York City this morninq. He will return
Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Pushin. formerly of 1260 Everglades
Concourse. Normandy Isle, moved into their new home wea-
nesday, 3910 Garden Ave., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Levine of 1332 S.W. 13th St. announced
the birth of a son, Paul Howard.
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Miss Rose Natkin of 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach,
entertained recently for members of her family, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Seid, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bernstein and Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Choper, all of New York City, who are visiting here.
+ *
A girl, Janice Darlene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Levenson of 1600 S.W. 20th St. recently.
* #
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson are entertaining Mr. Thomp-
son's sister, Mrs. Cleo Anderson of Burnswick. Ga.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Greenhouse of Perth Amboy, N. J..
who are spending the winter season in Miami Beach, are ex-
pecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lehman to arrive today for a short visit over the Easter holidays.
They are holding open house for friends at 900 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach, Tuesday evening.
* *
A boy, Stephan Paul, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Weiner,
1511 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
* *
In honor of their 39th wedding anniversary a dinner was
given for Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Peretzman, 926 15th St.,
Miami Beach, in the banquet room of Rosedale restaurant Sun-
day afternoon. It was given by their children as a surprise to
the anniversary couple. Among the guests were 14 grand-
children.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohen of 1568 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, announce the birth of a son, Jeffry Alan.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Lewis of Hendersonville, N. C, who have
been spending the winter on Normandy Isle. Miami Beach, left
yesterday for their home town. In Hendersonville they operate
the Duncragan Inn which is to open June 1. _______^^
Both David Hall
Is Costume Event
Because of the success of earlier
costume balls in celebrating the
Purim festival years ago, BetA
David Sisterhood has planned to
repeat the costume event neXI
Sunday. April 4 for their annual
affair in the new Miami Y. ac-
cording to Mrs. Samuel August,
one of the general chairman.
Mr and Mrs. August, together
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Unto
have arranged the affair assisted
Phylls Tun-bin
Engaged To
Calvin Koveng
Betrothal of Miss Phyljj Tw
chin to Calvin Koveni 'has b~
announced here and in Baltimore
Miss Turchin, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Ben Turchin of 58m
Collins Ave. and the Sea bu
hotel, Miami Beach
is in New
York at present. She was gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High
Club Artists To
A new
founded in
labor Zionist
January has
Mrs. August
by several members of the Sister-
hood and their husbands, and a
committee representing P-T A.
Through the courtesy of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan S. Hertz, a wan-
dering minstrel has been engaged
Mrs. Maiamut
Mrs. Maiamut To
Wed Ben Danbaum
Forthcoming wedding of Mrs.
William Maiamut. president of
the Versailles hotel. Miami Beach,
to Benjamin F. Danbaum of Mi-
ami Beach and Jacksonville. The
wedding is planned for this spring
in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Maiamut. a widow since
1945. has two daughters; Mrs.
Chester Kessler of Manhattan and
Mrs. Leonard H. Adelman of Mi-
ami Beach, the former Misses
Sylvia and Dorothy Maiamut.
The bride-elect has been promi-
nent among many local and out-
of-state civic and charitable or-
ganizations. She is an active mem-
ber of the Florida a ad New Jersey
been 1
formed in Miami, a local branch
of Poale Zion, the Labor Organ-
ization of America.
Miami chapter of the organiza-
tion has named itself the A. D.
Gordon branch. Temporary of-
ficers include Mrs. Nathan Brecn
chairman; Miss Yvette Margulies,
secretary: Benjamin Fogel. treas-
urer, and Morton Rosenbaum.
current events chairman.
Labor Zionists
Add New tiroup
Feature Beth Jacob
Anniversary Event
Michel Rosenberg, popular
comedian currently appearing at
the Little Roumania. and the
tenor Jan Bart will highlight the
annual variety show of Beth
Jacob this Sunday, celebrating
the twentieth anniversary of the
congregation. Sid White is to
present the all-star show spon-
sored by the Sisterhood in Fla-
Last meeting of the group was' mingo park band shell, Miami
held Tuesday. March 23 at the Beach, at 8:30 p.m.
home of Mrs. Robert Miller at Serving as masters of cere-
which time Pinchas Cruso. mem- monies will be Buddy Walker and
ber of the Zionist Emergency Barry Gray. Miss Patsy Shaw and
Council and national officer of Laden and Rose are included in
who will entertain attendants
during the intermissions of danc- JJJ^ ^ere'liM^ttOIiaC
ing. Music will be provided by
Mickey Cherep and his orchestra.
Hospitality committee is com-
posed of all the Sisterhood's past
presidents and their husbands.
Poale Zion. spoke on the current
situation in Palestine.
Labor Zionists are active poli-
tically in Jewish affairs in Pales-
the professional comedy acts.
Music is to be provided by Man-
nie Gates and his orchestra.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch, president of
Zionist Youth Hold
Regional Meet.
Regional Zionist Leadership In-
stitute and Regional Young
Judaea Leaders' Council meet-
ing will be held this year in Jack-
sonville. Fla.. from April 2
through April 4th according to
plans released by the Regional
Zionist Youth Commission and
the Jacksonville Zionist Youth
Mr. Danbaum. president of a
local beverage firm bearing his
name resides at 200 W. Rivo Alto
Dr.. Miami Beach. A widower
since 1938 he has one daughter,
Sonia. a student at the University
of Miami.
Mrs. Simon Kefsky of Lincoln,
Neb., a sister of Mrs. Maiamut,
will be matron of honor, and a
brother, Harry Kendis of Miami
Beach, will be best man.
Miss Turchin
school and attended Louisiana
State university and the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Parents of the prospective
bridegroom are Mr. and Mn,
Morris Kovens, Balt:more. A
service veteran, Kovens attended
the University of Maryland.
Following a June wedding they
are to reside in Baltimore.
A large band of Arabs attacked
a Jewish convoy near the Arab
town of Ishdud. built on the site
of the ancient Palestine city,
Commission, co-sponsors of the Ashdod, and according to an of-
annual event.
This year's week-end institute
will be primarily devoted to the
training of leaders and prospec-
tive leaders for Young Judaea
clubs in the region including the
states of Florida. Georgia.
ficial communique, 13 Jews were
killed and 16 are missing. Ha-
ganah headquarters denied the
report, declaring instead that Ha-
ganah men beat off an Arab at-
tack on the convoy, killing six
and wounding three attackers.
Ross. Former FEPC
Director Guest of AJC
A regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, Florida Wom-
en's Division, American Jewisa
Congress, will be held on Mon-J
day, March 29th. at 1 30 p.m. iij
the Miami Beach Y, 1536 Ba;|
Road, Miami Beach, with Mi
Clarence Cohn president in tie
chair. The business of the dat
will include presentation of the
slate of officers for the comini
year. This will be made by M-i
Samuel Lipton, chairman of tin
nominating committee.
The meeting will be highlighted
by a review by Malcolm Ross d
his newly published book, "AH
Manner of Men" which deals with
the minority problem in the U. S.
and the difficulties encountered
by the Fair Employment Practice
Commission in fighting prf-
judices. Mr. Ross is now with the j
press relations department at the
University of Miami and wai
chairman of the FEPC.
tine, the Americas and Europe;. the Sisterhood, has announced
socially by democratizing Jewish' that tickets purchased for Sunday
life and institutions; culturally, will be valid on the first clear
by helping to evolve a socially night following in the event that
progressive Jewish culture and inclement weather should inter-
educational system; and eco- fere with the three-hour per-
nomically, by participating in the formance.
uptiding of a cooperative Jewish
commonwealth and in the train-
ing of the Jewish masses in the
Diaspora in productive occupa-
tions, according to a statement
from the organization.
Arrangements committee in-
cludes Mrs. Hirsch. Mrs. L>uis
Makovsky. Mrs. Carl Willis. Mrs.
Ben Kalish. Mrs. Max Thurston.
Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Jack
Satin and Mrs. Louis Feder; also
Rattan Furniture
Information about future meet- Jack Satin. Harry Wasserman. A
ings is directed to Miss
gulies. phone 3-0330.
Mar-
J. Safra. John Levy, William
Mechlowitz. Louis Bloomfield, Al
Galbut, I. Brenner and Martin
Genet.
Rabbi Goldstein Speaks
Before Zionist Meeting
Rabbi Israel Goldstein of New-
York, chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal and co-chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, will
discuss Conditions in Palestine at
the next regular luncheon meet-
ing of Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict. Wednesday. 12:15 p.m., in
the National hotel.
The former president of ZOA
and the Jewish National Fund is
here with Mrs. Goldstein, na-
tional prB^or, the Pioneer
Women.
Body of Pvt. Birnbaum
Returned From Pacific
Among the bodies of marines
killed in action in the Pacific that
arrived in San Francisco last
week aboard the transport USS
Walter W. Schwenk. was that of
Sheldon B. BernBaum. 19. son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Bernbaum of
28 W. DiLido Dr., Miami Beach.
A former University of Florida
student, Bernbaum was killed on
Iwo Jima March 6, 1945. He is to
be buried in Detroit.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 26. 1948
+Jewlsli Ftorfdffar)
PAGE NINE
Letters To The Editor
Dear Editor:
Please print the following letter
I wrote to Rabbi Shapiro:
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Congregation Beth David
Miami, Fla.
Dear Rabbi:
It is with a heavy heart and
driven by the extreme urgency
of the present crisis, aggravated
by our own government through
Warren Austin, chief American
UN representative reversing its
decision on the Partition Plan,
that I write this letter to you.
It appears that the policy of
our official Zionist leaders has
been a failure. We have a right
to ask for explanations as their
illusions for a peaceful solution
of the Partition plan exploded.
A new orientation in policy is
absolutely necessary now. Their
policy was based on the follow-
ing promises:
(1) The prestige of the UN.
(2) Belief that the British gov-
ernment will really evacuate Pal-
estine, and open a free port and
also remain neutral between Arab
and Jew.
(3) Considered Arab threat* as
mere bluff.
(4) Based its main hope on
Hagana as a military factor to
maintain the situation in the Yis-
huv. Now the rude awakening
proving the above premises were
mere wishful thinking.
We must become stark realists
and warn the Agency that the
Hafiana alone is not capable of
coping with the situation, and
that defensive attitude alone will
only increase Arab operations.
The Irgun and the Sternists have
proven that they were able to
keep the British and Arabs at
bay with continuous offensive ac-
tions, and the Hagana dare not
become the victim of a defensive
Zionist political policy.
At present we have under way
a fund raising campaign by the
Federation. It is a philanthropic
campaign, which comes to us as
a yearly event; and the money
raised is necessary to maintain
the various charitable institu-
tions, but Rabbi, may I ask, how
much of that money collected
will go in the field in pressing
political action? How much of
the contributions will go to the
great battle of Jewish freedom?
Comparatively very little. (As
war does not operate on a
budget.)
We have about fifty days left
to "D" Day, May 15th. The British
and the Arabs are all set for a
massacre of the "Yishuv." I
honestly believe that the Irgun
being strictly a military organiza-
tion, without any party affilia-
tions, better experienced in of-
fensive tactics is prepared to
launch a counter offensive against
the Arabs. The proof is, that it
was the Irgun in direct action
against the occupying forces,
which forced the British to turn
to the UN for help. It was the
Irgun that focused world opinion
<>n the struggle of the Yishuv
lor liberation. The Irgun proved
to .he Christian world that the
people of the Book could fight.
And they proved that the epoch,
when Jews could be exterminated
with impunity is over. The world
'tnows that any attempt at an-
other massacre will be met by
the full fury of the fighting forces
of the Yishuv.
Despite the Haganah Irgun
agreement, which calls for co-
ordination of military activities,
the Irgun will retain its separate
units, and must raise its own
funds for military action. They
are not participants in the UJA
drive.
Rabbithe time has come,
when we must subordinate our
fund raising activities, and con-
centrate on huge funds for the
coming struggle for Haganah and
the Irgun exclusively.
We have little time left, and a
month from now, It might be too
late and all the money In the
Pickets of American Jewry won't
hel* any r oust stress
Only letters to the editor
that are signed and state ad-
dress of the writer will be
published in these columns.
Signatures will be withheld
from publication upon request.
the fact, that if Jews will not give
liberally to the struggle of the
Yishuv now, the loss of the Yis-
huv will give courage to our own
anti-Semites here in this coun-
try, and encourage "Excesses"
among Jews here.
Let us stop bewailing, and start
doing things. Let us all mobolize
our forces now, and start raising
funds. They will find a way of
getting arms and ammunition,
despite restrictions and embargoes
of our State Dept.
Sincerely,
HYMAN SOOTIN.
Among these catches are assured
at least two world's records, as
well as 10 new all-time tourna-
ment records to date. Among its
entries as officially approved of
Feb. 12, more than 400 citation-
earning catches have been regis-
tered; this number assures a
recor.i far in excess of 500 before
the April 18 midnight closing
date.
Stoff-Leslie Nuptials
Announced For May
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stuff of
3925 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach,
have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Pat, to Harry
Leslie, Nautilus apartments, Mi-
ami Beach. They plan an early
May wedding.
Both attended schools in New
York. Miss Stoff came here four
years ago and Mr. Leslie, seven
years ago. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Leslie, 3417
Garden Ave., Miami Beach.
At last Sunday's report meeting of the 1948 Combined Jewish
Appeal, dedicated lo the Young Adult and Youth Divisions, a
group of boys representing AZA Chapter 322 presented the Cam-
paign with a check for $50, raised the previous evening at the
organization's annual Sweetheart Dance held at the Robert Richter
HoteL
Comprised of boys from 14 to 19, the chapter raised the money
through the sale of novety rose-corsages and boutonniers.
Shown above is Richard Pallot, Aleph Godol of AZA, giving
the check to Fred Grossberg, co-chairman of the Young Adult
Division. At right is David Rabinowitz, AZA advisor. Others shown
above are (left to right): Ted Lebow, Melvin Eisenstadi, Henry
Arman, and Bernard Datz, treasurer.
Four Weeks Remain
For Fishing Tournament
With approximately three weeks
remaining or little more than 30
days and nights for anglers to
compete in the 13th Annual Met-
ropolitan Miami $15,000 Fishing
Tournament, competition for cit-
ation catches, class leaderships.
tournament and world's records,
is soaring to new heights.
The entry-free event sponsored
by the Cities of Miami and Mi-
ami Beach already has attracted
a record number of entries in its
four divisions by men, women,
and children rod and reel anglers
from throughout the United States
and three foreign countries.
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Has YOUR Voice Been Heard?
Have YOU written or wired President Truman of your
disappointment with his sudden reversal of the traditional
American policy of supporting the creation of a
National Jewish Homeland
In Palestine

In Our Democracy Every Citizen's
Opinion Counts!
Protest to President Truman!
Write or Wire Immediately!
Miami Beach Zionist District


PAGE TEN
+Jewistincridtor
Center To Fleet:
Rose Heads State
Election of officers will take
place at the next general meeting
of Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity center Monday evening
at 8 p.m. at the center.
Joseph M. Rose is on the slate
for re-election as president. Other
nominees are vice presidents.
Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and
Abraham Goodman; treasurer,
Samuel Friedland; rec. sec, Ar-
chie Brick: and financial sec,
Oscar Mamber.
Members of the board of di-
rectors named are Hyman Ber-
man. S. E. Bernstein, Nathan
Darsky. George Goldberg, Nathan
Gloser, I. L. Mintze:. Morris
Newmark, Matthew Silvcrstein.
Ed Singer. George J. Talianoff
and Ira C. Walsey. Of these, seven
are to be elected for three-year
terms and two for one-year terms.
Also included on the agenda
will be proposed changes to the
constitution and by-laws of the
Center.
Chest Drive Failure To Cause
Reduction ot Red Feather Services
aun-d a, JSmSSSSSA hatTta'S
i" ^ SttS84ye5?7a,~. "I Red 3r ^c < P"?
to attain its S848.53/ goal, n neu increasinq needs. In
to reduce expansion progra^^^"Znot trim their
instances, agency heads declare tney cun
Workmen's Circle Plans
Two Social Events
A Purim party will be held by
Workmen's Circle branch 692 of
Miami Beach and the Ladies club
this evening at 8 p.m. in the
lyceum. 25 Washington Ave.
Brief declaration of the miracle
of Purim is to be followed by an
orig:r iments and
"shalach monos" will be pro-
vided.
Ladies club : W I kmen's cir-
cle of Miami Beach, branch 692.
is having a card party April 3
in the WC lyci am, 25 Washing-
ton Ave. Refn ts will be
served.
All proceeds are to go towards
adopting a Jewish child from the
DP camps in Eur : < Admission
will be 50 cents.
some------------- a
services because they are p..
to care for homeless children al-
ready under their supervision.
A. L. Reynolds. Chest president,
urged the'agency heads to look
at the situation realistically. "So
far, we've collected a little more
than 70 percent of your minimum
needs." said Reynolds. "Y ur
original budgets were pared to
that amount. It will be ne<
to curtail services if you are to
operate through September. Our
only hope is a wave of new
tributors and for original ..
!to increase their gifts."
Robert J. Mosher. director.
'Council of Social Agencies, sug-
gested the possibility of agencies
augmenting the Chest campaign
through their own drives.
"I'm doubtful, too. what the
public reaction will be to 21 more
fund raising campaigns which are
in if all our agencies con-
tinue to function, even on a cur-
tailed basis, unless the Chest
reaches its goal."
Reynolds told agency workers
that failure of the campaign
could be attributed to lack of
volunteer workers to cover the
entire county.
"Where we had workers, we
obtained good results," he said.
"This was evidenced in gifts mail-
ed to the Community Chest by
persons who in many instances
reported they never were solicit-
We iust didn't have enough
workers'to provide everyone an
opportunity to give.
Socialist Orator To
Speak At Lyceum
Leah Kisman. socialist orator,
will lecture at the Workmen's
Circle lyceum. 25 Washington
Ave Miami Beach, Sunday at 8
p.m. Topic of her address is
-Social-Political Reaction in the
U.S. and the American Labor
Movement.
The lecture is to be followed
I v an open discussion and ques-
tion-answer period. Sponsored by
the Circle Yiddish speaking
branch 692 and the Ladies club.
the event is open to the public.
Eugene Rosenthal Sets
Model Plane Record
Eugene Rosenthal. 15 year old
son of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Rosen-
thal of Di Lido Island has just
received an award from the Aca-
demv of Model Aeronautics at
Washington. D. C. showing that
his speed of 113.88 miles per hour
which he set with his model aero-
plane at Moore Park on February
29th is recognized as an official
national speed record for junior
competition in class D.
Young Rosenthal flew a model
of his own design and construc-
tion which he powered with a
McCoy "60" engine and although
the dockers timed certain laps
at even greater speed, the sus-
tained speed of 113.88 miles per
hour for six laps has been ef-
ficially set down as the national
record in junior competition.
The Academy of Model Aero-
nautics in Washington is a divi-
sion of the National Aeronautic
^X^A?CH^^
Association which ilthl "
sentative in the United St.?*1*
the Federation AeronVufc"
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neth Oka.
Serving with him will be:
Morris G. Wainer. leading knight
Harold B. Spaet. loyal knight; E.
C. Fogg, lecturing knight: Joseph
A, Hukle, secretary; Al Galbut,
treasurer; Edward Bush, tiler;
and James P. Wendler. trustee.
Outgoing officers will be guests
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officers are to be installed at a
special banquet April 1.
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B'nai B'rith Women
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An "Easter egg hunt" for pa-
tients of the neuro-psychiatric
ward of Pratt General hospital
will be sponsored by B'nai B'rith
Women of Sholem lodge tomorrow
afternoon on the grounds of the
institution.
Mrs. Tena Katz, president of
the group, will be assisted by-
Mrs. Sam Goldman, Mrs. Jean
Silverman and Mrs. Leonore
Curtice.
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the Downtown Club, speaking on
the subject of "Unusual Experi-
ences as a Justice of the Supreme
Court of Florida."
Mrs. Bloom To Lead Gables Chapter;
Carnival Postponed To May 23
Mrs. Nathan Bloom of 2315
S.W. 22nd Ter., has been elected
president of the Coral Gables
Chapter of B'nai B'rith women.
She is a past president of the
Adolph Strauss Auxiliary of Chi-
cago and was a member of many
civic organizations in that city.
Elected to serve with Mrs.
Bloom are the following officers:
first vice pres. Mrs. Morris Hor-
witz; 2nd vice pres., Mrs. Wm
Heckler; recording sec, Mrs.
Leonard Glickstein; correspond-
ing sec, Mrs. A. W. Harris; fi-
nancial sec, Mrs. Bernard
Abramson; treasurer, Mrs. Frank
Wellins; parliamentarian, Mrs.
Oscar Sindell; monitor, Mrs. Sam
Schulefand; historian, Mrs. Her-
man Fisher; Hillel Council deleg-
ate, Mrs. Sam Silver; B'nai B'rith
Council delegates, the Mesdames
Lawrence Simkin, A. W. Harris
and Nathan Bloom. Serving on
the chapter's board of directors
will be the Mesdames Maurice
Corenblum, Albert Michels, Sid-
ney Boeninger, Sidney Richman,
Edgar Miller, Sidney Lewis.
Mrs. Wm. Heckler, chairman
of the group's European aid com-
mittee, announced that a package
of food had been forwarded to
the chapter's adopted family in
Budapest, Hungary.
*Jewisti f/criaffon
PAGE ELEVEN
B'nai B'rith Council carnival
originally scheduled for March
27 has been postponed to Sunday.
May 23, it has been announced
by E. Albert Pallot, co-chairman
ol the fund-raising campaign. All
ticket holders are asked to re-
tain their tickets which will ad-
mit them to the carnival dance
on May 23.
Tickets for the affair are 50c
each and are available from any
B'nai B'rith member or at the
council office 330 Seybold Bldg..
Miami.
Hon. Ross Williams, Senior Cir-
cuit Court Judge, will address
the members of Sholem Lodge
B'nai B'rith at their luncheon
meeting today at 12:15 p.m. in
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Sholem Lodge Women's Chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith was the spon-
sor of a Purim party for Hillel
students at the Univertitv <>) Mi-
ami on Wednesday, at 8 p.m. at
Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables.
Students presented a full eve-
ning of entertainment in keep-
ing with the .traditional spirit of
the holiday, featured by a puppet
show under the direction of Miss
Elya Ben%ur and Purim dances
by members of the group Re-
freshments were served by Mrs.
Max Katz, president of the
Sholem women, and were assist-
ed by a committee headed by
Mrs. Wm. Danziger.
All religious aspects of the pro-
gram were under the direction of
student chairman, Morton Galo-
wilz, Rabbi Albert Michels, di-
rector of the Hillel Foundation,
officiated in an advisory capacity.
Rose Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, were the sponsors of a
Purim program for its memb rs
Tuesday evening, at the Miami
Beach Y.
Mrs. Isidore Burak told the
story of Purim. The program was
under the direction of Mrs. Han y
Burak and Mrs. Isidore Burak.
co-chairmen of the social com-
mittee.
Individual gift baskets, refresh-
ments, and entertainment will
highlight an Easter party for the
patients of the TB ward at the
Pratt Veteran's Hospital spon-
sored by the Coral Gables women
of B'nai B'rith on Saturday, 2:30
p.m.
Miss Ronnie Zobel, a member
of the Clara Landau Chapter of
B'nai B'rith young women will
play accordion solos. There will
be other acts to provide enter-
tainment on the holiday occa-
Mrs. Bloom
sion. Mrs. Sidney Boeninger will
head the arrangemonts commit-
tee and will be assisted by Mrs.
Maurice Corenblum and Mrs.
Gertrude Heckler.
The party is one in a series of
affairs sponsored by the B'nai
B'rith group under their "Service
a Hospital Program."
Mizrachi Presents
Two Original Plays
Two dramatic presentations-
written by University of Miami
students and several variety acts
will be given on March 28 at
Central Beach Elementary school
at 8:15 p.m. by the Tamara chap-
ter Mizrach women.
"Mystic Men & Love Sick
Ladies," a comedy of show busi-
ness was written by Arnold Davis,
who will play the stage struck
youth. "Conjure Song," a poetic
drama of Alabama Hillfolk by
George Campbell depicts the
superstitions of these people.
Proceeds will be used for re-
habilitation of children in Pal-
estine. Tickets for $1 plus tax
can be procured by calling Mrs.
Henry Chill, 5-7762, or Mrs. Her-
bert Harris. 82-5283. Mrs. Israel
Slc.tsky is chairman of the eve-
ning.
Beach Y Adult Council
Gives Interesting Course
Young Adult Council of the
YM & WHA of Miami Beach
voted last Sunday to help sponsor
a leadership training couto and
also to sponsor a Preparation for
Marriage course for youn? r.dults
in the community. Cooperating
with the council in the project
will be the Physicians Club of
Miami Beach. The committee as-
signed to work on this project
was Miss Shirley Collegemar.,
Miss Selma Lewis and Lewis
Fox. Budd Cutler is president of
the Young Adult Council.
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day of each month at 8 p.m.
Manny Aronson is the newly
elected president. Serving with
him are Vic Eber, first vice presi-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 26,
tTaperB OF THE METROPOLITAN UNIT
OF THE ?948 COMBINED JEWISH^PEAL
CO-CHAIRMEN
NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
Rabbi Max Shapiro
m
Herman Birder
George Chertkof
TOWN MAJORS
Rabbi Leon Kronish

Mrs. Joseph Carp
TOWN MAJORS
Marx Feinberg
Sidney Lewis
Max Silver
Col. Elry Stone
BEACH MAJORS
Judae Kenneth Oka
TOWN CAPTAINS
Alex Alwin
Alex Aranoff
Mr*. Paul Barnett
Mri. M. Blau
Mrs. Roae Borkin
'Bernard Davia
Mrs. Lillian Dwoakin
Mrs. Shirley Dwoakin
Mn. Phyllie Einhorn
Herman Fiaher
Mra. Sylvia Fund
Dr. Leonard Qlickatein
Mrs. Ed. Greenbaum
Mra. L. Halfon
Mra. Norman B. Jacoba
Mra. Nat Katz
Mrs. Tina Katz
Lester Lasky
Abraham Levltan
Mrs. Abraham Lavitan
Mra. Fred Oche
George Raehlin
Murray Pearee
Sidney Richman
Frank Roae
Mrs. Roae Sakowitx
Mra. Abe Schectman
Mra. Henry Shier
S. Sneider
Mra. Paul Sobol
Leonard Spiegel
Mra. Sidney Stepkin
Jack Stone
Mra. John Temple
BEACH CAPTAINS
Mra. Edith Broida
Miaa Evelyn Decky
Mra. Leo Elkin
Mra. Minnie Epstein
Maurice Gans
Mra. Maurice Gans
Mra. Ruth Geiler
Mra. Lilian Gans
Mra. George Goldberg
Joaeph Goldberg
M. Goldin
Mra. Harry Holland
Sam Katz
Dr. Seymour Kreisler
Mrs. Louis Marcus
E. Markow
Mra. Murray Maurer
Mra. Lillian Milbouer
Joel Newman
Mra. Stanley Philips
Morton Russack
Abe Samkin
Mra. Harry N. Schiff
Mra. Herbert Schwan
S. W. Shapiro
Mrs. Lena Weiner
Harold Zinn
Mrs. George Chertkof Mrs. Frances Danels
BEACH MAJORS
Mrs. Morris Alpert
Mrs. Harold Auslander
Joseph Duntov
Miss Clara Goldenberg Mrs. Frieda Kalstein
TOWN CAPTAINS
Walter Kovner
Mrs. Joseph Mintzei
Mrs. A. 2. Alpert
Mrs. Etha Beck
Alex Cohen
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Mrs. Albert Dubbin

Milton Friedman
Mrs. Gut Ginsburg Mrs. Louis Kotkm
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Mra. Ed. Levine
Ed. Levine
Mra. Victor Mell Mrs. Hjman Moser Irving Saal
BEACH CAPTAINS
Mrs. Jean Seitlin Mra. Mary Seligman Mrs. Ma Vt*
Mra. Benjamin Appel Mrs. Anna R. Berow Mrs. Lionel Carpel
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Mrs. Abe Dorf
Mrs. L. Feinsti
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Miami Lighthouse
For Blind Start
Annual Seal Sale
Seals from the Miami Light-
house for the Blind are being de-
livered this week to residents of
Greater Miami in connection with
the second annual Lighthouse
seal sale now underway, Hal S.
Pelton, vice president and chair-
man of the seal committee, an-
nounced.
Purpose of the seal sale is to
raise funds for the maintenance
,>f the Lighthouse and for the
founding of an eye clinic where
any person in the community af-
flicted with poor vision can re-
.nve proper care and attention,"
Pelton said.
He pointed out that the Light-
house receives its sole support
from sale of the seals and mem-
berships in the organization,
which provides free eye examina-
tions, glasses, and glass eyes to
needy clients, along with a com-
plete training, employment, and
recreation program for those who
already have lost their sight.
In connection with the seal
drive, open house will be held
at the Lighthouse during the
week of March 29th, when visi-
tors will have an opportunity to
sue the work being done bv the
blind in the main building at 601
S.W. 8th Ave., and in the ad-
jacent Industrial building.
Articles produced by the blind,
such as rubber door mats, caned
(hairs, rugs, baby blankets, table
clothes and napkins will be on
display and may be purchased.
Mrs. Henry O. Shaw and Mrs.
George Baya are in charge of
the open house arrangements.
Assisting Pelton with the seal
sale are .the Lighthouse offic vs.
Dr. Bascom H. Palmer, president;
Mrs. George C. Estill, vice presi-
dent: Maurice E. Harrison, treas-
urer; and Mrs. Carl F. Lambert.
secretary.
A membership committee com-:
posed of Mrs. Bascom H. Palmer,
Mrs. John E. Norman, Mrs. Elliott
F Shepard and Mrs. Hugh Mathe-
son will welcome new members
who join the Lighthouse during
the drive.
Center Itanquet
At Victor Hotel
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity center will hold their annual
dinner Tuesday, March 30 at 7:30
p.m. in the Victor hotel, Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Alfred Stone
is chairman of the affair.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the center, will address
the membership and Joseph M.
Rose, president, will render an
annual report of the year. Maur-
ice Schwartz, nationally famous
Jewish character actor, will high-
light the evening's program.
Tickets may be purchased at
the office of the center or by
calling 58-2503.
Miami Y Moves
Professional and office staff of
the Miami YM & WHA have
moved their offices into the new
Y building at 450 S.W. 16th Ave..
according to announcement by
Leon Kaplan, president.
Since the rest of the building
is not complete, Y activities are
to continue in the old building for
the next two weeks. At that time,
the announcement states, all ac-
tivities will be transferred.
Schedules First Dance
First dance of the newly or-
ganized Youth Council of the Mi-
ami "Y" will be held Saturday
night March 27, at 8 o'clock in
the "Y" building, 450 S.W. 16th
Ave. Billy Kaler, president of
the council announced that Gar-
vin Kleefer and his orchestra will
furnish the music. Feature of the
evening will be the crowning of
Queen Esther.
Luba Roy To Entertain
Golden Age Club At Y
Luba Roy. well known accor-
dian artist will entertain the
members of the Golden Age
Friendship Club of the Miami Y
next Sunday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock at the new Miami Y build-
ing 450 S.W. 16th Ave.
Miss Loy is popular for her
radio and concert work here and
in New York City. She will render
Yiddish classical and popular
numbers.
Burt Lancaster and Edward G. Robinson in a dramatic scene
from Universal-International's "All My Sons." from the stage play
of the same name, which is showing at the Miami and Lincoln
theaters (starting Thursday March 25 through 31).
LEGAL NOTICE
Sale of Wines
llenefits Yeshiva
In order to help support He-
brew educational institutions, the
sale of Yardain Wine is being
launched in metropolitan cities
throughout the United States.
Sponsored nationally by the
i Central Association for the Sup-
port of Yeshivoth, Inc., a non-
profit organization of 20 men
who have contributed the capital
fund of one hundred thousand
dollars. Yardain Wines produces
and bottles a large assortment In-
cluding Concord, Malaga, Tokay.
Sauterne, Mead. Burgundy, etc.,
ill Kosher for Passover.
Proceeds from the local sales
are to be used to assist in the
support of the Hebrew Academy.
118 Sixth St., Miami Beach. In
(Greater Miami the wines are dis-
tributed exclusively by National
Brands, Inc.
Yardain may be purchased at
.ill package stores, markets.
grocery stores and similar estab-
lishments.
Hollywood Center
Elects Dan Tannen
Dan Tannen of Hollywood was
elected president of the Jewish
Community Center there at the
last meeting. March 15.
Serving with him will be Irv-
ing H. Zuckcrman, first vice pres.;
Dr. Raymond, second vice pres.:
Dr. Arthur Brill, treas.; Dr. Her-
bert Heiden, financial sec; E.
Fred Gilder, corres. sec; Harold
Weiss, stg.-at-arms.
Board of governor members fbr
three years include Henry Kest.
Morris Medfis and Meyer Heller
Horace Holdsmith is a member
for two years.
Jacob Gold. Louis Manzer.
Gables Center First
Purim Affair Success
Coral Gables Jewish Center
held its first annual Religious
school Purim festival at Hillel
house March 21 under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Herman Fischer.
Children of the school were
entertained by the Great Kuenen.
magician. They presented their
own program and competed in a
contest for the "cutest Purim
costumes."
Winners of the contest were
Sally Weinberg. Harriet Sollo-
way, Philip Golden and Michael
and Ronnie Losoff. Rabbi Albert
Michels. Lester Toloff and Eli
Hurwitz served as judges.
Assisting Mrs. Fischer with ar-
rangements were Mrs. Al Levick,
co-chairman, and Mrs. Sidney
Richman. Mrs. Oscar Sindell, Mrs.
Maurice Horowitz, Mrs. Ted
Wainer. Mrs. Meyer Baskin, Mrs.
Ted Goodman. Mrs. Al Lazoff.
the Misses Margaret Alier, Ruth
Keller and Betty Jacobson, and
the teachers.
National Council of Jewish
Women throughout the country-
will observe Council Sabbath to-
night.
Council Sabbath in this com-
munity is to be observed at Tern-
Folk Chorus
Purim Program
This week the Jewish com-
munity of Greater Miami will be
able to hear the Jewish Folk
chorus program arranged to cele-
brate Purim. Louis Powesky is to
conduct the group of 50 voices in
modern Jewish and Palestinian
songs.
Highlighting the program is the
cantata, Esther Hamalka, with
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring, solo-
ist. Maurice Carroll, popularly
known for his interpretation of
'sholem aleichem," will tell the
story of Purim and its relation
to everyday living.
The affair takes place Sunday
at 8 p.m. in the Miami Beach
High school auditorium.
Louis Charnow and Fred Greene
are to be advisory board mem- pie Israel in Miami, with Mrs.
bers | Nat L. Williams representing
Council. At the Miami Beach
Community Center Mrs. Monte
Selig will represent the group,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will be
the representative at Beth David
Congregation, and Mrs. Alfred M.
Mamlet at Beth Sholom Temple.
At the Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will read
the Council Service.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT
OK KLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADU
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116868.
MURIEL I'IZEK, Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL FIZEK., Detendant.
To: MICHAEL I'IZEK.
tit East Ith Street,
New York City, New York.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 23rd day of April. 1948.
Dated this 24th 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
l/Ze 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the nclllious name
of THE ASBURY HOTEL AND
APARTMENTS at 541 S. W. 4th Ave-
nue, Miami, Fla., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Klorida.
Morris Friedberg and
Rose Friedberg this wife)
Joseph Doshay and
Sophie Doshay (his wife)
3/26 4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tilt
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK KLORIDA. IN AND KOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
115716.
CoN STAN TINE PAPPAMACKEL,
Plaintiff, vs. Joan i'ai-i'a-
MACKEL, also known as JOAN
MICHAELS, Defendant
To. JOAN PAPPAMACKEL, also
known a.s Joan MICHAELS
40-18 Hampton Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that B I :ui of Complaint for Divorce
lias been liled against you bv CU.N-
8TANT1NE PAPPAMACKEL, your
husband, In the above styled cause
ami In the above named Court; ami
you are further notified that you are
hereby required to file an appearance
in said proceedings on or belore the
19th da> of April, a. D. 194*. other-
Wise the allegations of said Bill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by > ou.
Thin order is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive
weeks, In the Jewish Klondian, a
newspaper published in Dade Coun-
ty, Klorida.
Dated this 19 day of March, A. L).
1848.
E. B. LEATHER-MAN.
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ, WEINKLE A;
ARoNoViTZ
Solicitors for Plaintiff
3/26 4/2-9-16
Prof. Clarke To Review
Gentlemen's Agreement'
Gentlemen's Agreement" b>
Laura Hobson will be reviewed
this Saturday afternoon at the
Spinoza forum by Professor Ed-
ward Clarke, from the University
of Miami. The meeting takes place
at 3 p.m. under the canopy on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, 124 11th St.. Miami Beach
Charles H. Lee will lecture 01
Is There Life on the Otho>
Planets?" Tuesday evening; ano
Dr. Morris Schneer will delivei
his final lecture on Psychology
for Better Living Wednesday eve-
ning.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
11T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
KoR DADE COUNTY, KLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115843.
NATHAN ABRAMSON, Plaintiff, V.
SARAH UOLDMAN ABRAMSON.
SARAH i.iil.in ,i.\ Alilt.l.uaO.S.
I tefendant.
TO: SARAH GOLDMAN, also known
as SARAH i;oi,i..\I.i.\ AL.KA.USO.N
1ms Madison Street, N. W.
Washington, i>. c.
iou are herebj notified and re-
quired to appear to the BUI oi Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before April 26, 1848, other-
wise the Hill of Complaint win be
taken an confessed against you. Let
ilii>- order be published once a week
for four successive weeks iii The
Jewish Ptorldtan, a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County. Klorida.
E. B. LEA 1 HS.KMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1028 Seybold Building
Miami. Klorida
i .'', 4 2-9-16
s of the Cantors association of Greater Miami who together with the
Pictured above i"XTand*,. Miami and Miami Beach Y's. sponsored the Jewish musical pro
Bureau of Jewish Education and inem^ gholom March 4 and a, Beth David congregauon. March
* t f ._ ____._ __.._ TA;.U U.aa>;n TKrAiinri lha AnPC
Miami and Miami Beach Y's, sponsored the Jewish musical pro -
e Beth Sholom March 4. and at Beth David congregation. March
grains which took, place^at lemp gatherings to witness "Jewish Music Through the Ages.
1U. over 2<0 .persons were pre Samuel Kelem.r. The affair, climaxed the obwrvanc
which was written and narrated by Cantor S.mu
0I Jewish Music month
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT up THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF KLORIDA IN AND Full DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No
115679.
i.oiis WILLIAM BOYE, Plaintiff,
vs. celia BOYE, Defendant.
TO: CELIA ROVE,
2860 CRESTON AVENUE,
BRONX, NEW YORK, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a mil of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you in the above
styled Court by LOUIS WILLIAM
BOYE, and you are hereby reojulred
to rn>' your written Appearance in
said proceedings on or before the
ll'ih day of April. 194S. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confess,, will be entered
against you.
DATED THIS 18th day of March,
A D 194S.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
JAMES E. ABRAS,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 26,
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY

REFORM
Temple Itrael. 137 NX. 19lh it
Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman: Dr. Miami Hebrew School and
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerirui. junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 41*4
Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish: Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.

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Beth Sholom. at a lunch-
eon a: her home on Tuesday,
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gregation. 590 S.W. 17th are.

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N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Jewish Community Center, Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches.
2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
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Cantor Louis J. Feder.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
laurice Schwartz-A True Artist
By MURIEL SINGER
Vacationing in Miami Beach after completing his 28th
Leason with the Yiddish Art Theatre in New York, is Maurice
Schwartz, one of the most colorful personalities in Jewish show-
business.
Tall and stately Mr. Schwartz is an ideal person to inter-
view. Once given a topic, he takes
hi- cue, and the deluge which
lows is reminiscent of the actor
lather than the man. It makes
for good listening.
During a recent interview at
jie Grossinger-Pancoast hotel,
fhere Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz and
heir two newly adopted children
staying, the producer, actor,
trector, spoke of the concert
Vhich he will give on April 4,
the Miami Beach High school
jditorium.
I have been anxious to return
tr this concert ever since 1
romised to do so during my last
ay in Miami Beach, six years
said Mr. Schwartz,
As he spoke of the concert, I
puldn't help comparing him to
lie late John Barrymore. His
aunciation is meticulous if that
|rord may be used. His careful
hoice of words and their articul-
fion is the result of unceasing
ractice in achieving the proper
fleet. Comparable to the "Great
rofilo." also, in appearance is
chwartz with his strong, distin-
jished face, his greying hair, and
manner of stultifying things
&hich are not to his liking. Like
irrymore, the artistic sensitivi-
and dramatic presence is prac-
cally always apparent in
rhwartz. The man's manner of
ipression is the kind which
akes trite observations aesthetic:
^e simplest statement profound,
chwartz can certainly be com-
ired to Barrymore in that both
have made tremendous con-
ibutions in their respective
lalms.
Schwartz, who speaks Yiddish
fcarly always, is greatly inter-
in the development of a
Piddish theatre in Miami Beach,
rhich he feels will bring some
(w wayward Jewish Floridians
the fold. "Too many Jewish
eople here try to hide the fact
hat they are Jewish. They don't
irant to speak it. I'm glad so
nany people here (Grossinger-
Pancoast hotel) speak Yiddish a
jood deal," he explained.
It is impossible for Mr.
chwartz to tell of his concert
aurs in Europe, without telling
his trip to Belgium where he
net a dark-haired youngster
ihom he liked so well, he agreed
lo adopt not only the boy but his
sister, the latter, sight unseen.
Marvin, 9M- and Frances 8M>
are two bright-eyed children who
ran and played about the room
while their famous guardian told
me of their many attributes. Of
Frances, Mr. Schwartz has this
to say: "She need hear music
only once and get up and dance,
making up the steps as she
dances. She's a little entertainer
and has an audience every eve-
ning."
Marvin is described by Mr.
Schwartz as "very clever and a
wonderful mathamatician." When
asked if he would like the chil-
dren to follow in his footsteps,
Mr. Schwartz said, "Right now,
I'm interested in their gettting a
good education."
That the children love their
new parents is evident by the
unrestrained affections they show
them. A gentle tug on Mr.
Schwartz's arm by Marvin, and
momentarily the polish of the
stage dissolves and makes way
for the average "dad." A loose
ribbon in Frances' hair, sends
Mrs. Schwartz, a very charming
and soft-spoken woman, to her
aid. In brief, theirs is a happy
family group. The children have
already been acclimated to their
new lives, and it is because he
thought they needed a vacation
badly, that Mr. Schwartz can-
celled a scheduled tour in Parish
to bring them to Florida.
Combining business with pleas-
ure, Mr. Schwartz is preparing
for his local concert which will
be divided into two parts. The
first will include selections from
The Mad Messiah, in which phil-
osophy combats leaders of the
world: The Water Carrier, by
Jacob Praeger; Tevga, The Dairy-
man, by Sholem Aleichem; Sab-
bath, by Peretz, a poem which
describes the aspirations of a rab-
bi for eternal peace; and The
Drunken Cantor, which Mr.
Schwartz popularized as*a record-
ing.
Whether he was carried away
for the moment, or whether I
was the subject for a coming at-
traction tease, I don't know. How-
ever, Mr. Schwartz, without the
benefit of flood-lights, makeup
rnd the like, put on a rather com-
plete little show, outlining the
Maurice Schwartz ihown in a scene from "Tevya"
SIDOR BELARSKY
well known interpreter of Yiddish. Palestinian and
Classical Songs
WILL PRESENT A SONG RECITAL
SATURDAY, MARCH 27,1948, 8:30 P.M.
at the
Miami Beach High School Auditorium
14th & Drexel
Admission $2.40
Admission $1.80 tax inch
PROCEEDS TO THE ZIONIST YOUTH COMMISSION
JAMES E.
ABRAS
Group 2
STATE LEGISLATOR
"WIN WITH JIM"
VETERAN
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high-lights of each selection. Be-
fore my incredulous eyes, he
performed near magic; he was
gay, sad, anxious, apathetic, dis-
traught, and elated. If practice
makes perfect, it is little wonder
that Mr. Schwartz, who draws
no demarcation line between
stage acting and his daily life has
risen to such prominence in the
Yiddish theatre.
Miss Pont Invites
Friends to Ceremony
Friends of Miss Dolly Pont and
David Horn have been invited
to attend the couple's wedding
Sunday, April 4 at 3 p.m., in Beth
David Synagogue. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate.
purchased property since their
last registration to appear in his
office and qualify as freeholders
for the April 20 election.
He also asked those who have
sold their property since registra-
tion to advise his office so they
can be removed from the free-
holders' list.
Miami Beach
Calls Election
Miami Beach city council has
called an election of April 27 for
balloting on a revised pension
plan for city employes. All reg-
istered voters will be eligible to
participate.
The revised plan liberalizes the
pensions of all city employes ex-
cept police and firemen, who have
their own pension setup.
Registration books for that
election and also for the special
SI,553,000 public improvement
bond election set for April 20,
will close April 14.
City Clerk C. W. Tomlinson
urged all residents who have
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Conference Views
New Tax Law
The impending new tax law-
makes the Conference on Fed-
eral Taxation a momentous affair
according to J. K. Lasser. who
will direct the conference activi-
ties at the Roney Plaza hotel.
April 5 through April 9. The
conference is an offering of the
University of Miami.
-Hundreds of tax authorities,
bankers, trust officers, account-
ants and lawyers will be present
to review this new law." says
Lasser. "The conference will be
of extreme importance to all
people in business and to those
with estates."
The new law would make
drastic changes in the Inheritance
taxes. Lasser points out. and in
addition it sets up a system of
individual taxes on a community
property basis. While they will
greatly reduce amounts due from
individuals, both of these new
provisions contain a large num-
ber of technical difficulties and
they should be the subject of
serious review.
Lending the discussions at the
conference will be 16 of the coun-
try's most prominent tax author-
it us They are regarded as the
. ui e .' the most important lit-
Ltui and tax thinking in the
-.try.
Derating with the Universi-
ty :' Miami in presenting the
nference are the Institute on
Federal Taxation of New York
L'niv rsity, the Florida State Bar
Ass i iti n, the Dade County Bar
ition and the Florida In-
stitute of Accountants.
*Jc*istncijdiarL
ntlt>Ay, MARCH 26. lfttf
Belarsky Concert
Aids Zionist Youth
Sidor Belarsky will presei
series of now \
tin.an songs, on Saturday. M
27th at 8:30 p.m. at the M
Beach High school um.
Belarsky, who just
from Palestine, is a gri
the State Conservatory at U
grad. Russia, and :
ing basso of the L* n Stal
Opera Company. He
America in 1930 and wit]
short time was *
Ihe leading artists I '
He has a
citals from
soloist with such i
the Los Angeles P
the Detroit Symph ny
Toronto Symph ny. In i
Belarskj has I
, l the Ch i >g Ci\ O] a Co.,
the San Frani isci Opera C
American Opera Co. of L s An-1?
geles and the New V
Center Opera Co. Last seasoi ., f r continuance of
was selected by Artur T .,. ,, f tne Zionist
. giate ten
UZFA) and
S dor Belarsky
,, the local Zionist Youth
on, f -: continuance of
al work of the Zionist
upS; jar., ir Hadassah,
at'the Teatro Municipal in R Int. rc 11 giate Federa-
Janeiro caused a re-i i tion oi An i
Home For Aged Inmate
Observes 104 Birthday
Mover Katowitz, a two-year
resident of the Jewish Home for
the Aged, will be honored with
a party given at the home Tues-
day. March 30, in celebration of
his 104th birthday.
One of the oldest living per-
sons in the country and probably
the oldest in the state, Katowitz
is a Pioneer Miamian. Born in
Russia, he came to the United
States at the age of 33 and re-
ceived his citizenship in 1896 un-
der Grover Cleveland. He was a
pawnbroker in Cleveland where
he lived before coming here.
Of his 12 children 10 are living
including Mrs. Rose Gallow who
is superviser of the National
Children's Cardiac Home and
Mrs. Doris K. Greene, both of
Miami. Katowitz has 20 grand-
children, 13 great-grandchildren,
5 great-great-grandchildren, and
3 great great great grand-
children.
Anna Grossberg, Yiddish vocal-
ist and comedian, will entertain
resident of the Home Sunday at
2 p.m., accompanied by Anyuta
Melicov.
Brewster Will
Address Zionist
Senator Owen D. Brewster Rp
publican from Maine, will he
principal speaker at the 4th an
nual Zionist dinner in the Gross"
inger-Pancoast hotel, Sunday"
April 4, beginning at 7 p.m. Topi'
of his address is "U.N. and Pai.
estine."
Seymour Rubin is chairman of
the arrangements committee
which includes Isadore Goldberg
Alex Van Straaten, Alfred Stone
and Dr. David S. Andron.
Tickets may be obtained at the
Zionist office in the National
hotel, Miami Beach or by callinr
58-1774. '
for next summer when he will
tour extensively m South A
ica.
In charge of arrangi
the concert are Jacob Fisl
i
[able at the of-
I the Miami Beach Zionist
in the National hotel;
and | ce of the Zionist
S.A.G n and Murray G i d- V nth C mmission, room 219, 927
: pri Road.________^__^
Ben Meyers to Discuss
South American Trip
Benjamin Meyers will discuss
his recent trip to South America
particular emphasis upon
Jewish community life and Jew-
-.. at the monthly
eting I the Bureau :' .' ish
n Tuesday. March 30
al the Ft n s, 420 Lin-
n V. ..}.. Miami Beach, at 8
I
:." : mittee of the
u insisting of Rabbi Shapi-
ro, chairman, Israel Shapoff and
Dr. Harry Queen will bring in
report for the slate of of-
- to be elected In April
N minati ns will also be made
f: :n th< '' vr.
4-alilt's Center
Holds Festival
A Puriir. testn h Id
tomorrow night at the C
Gables W lb by thi
Gables Jewish Center,
to Sidney Lewis and Mrs E I
Miller, chairmen of the
Costumes are opti
A style show with
will be present* I on the v
program planned by the an
ments committee M f i
ing and
I : :ied.
Tio-:-
door for S2 00 a couple.
JWB Passover Supplies
To Go Overseas
NTW YORKContinuing the
rn, set in World War II. of
s vir.g the rel nd morale
vricemen and
n here and abroad, the JWB
has shipped processed at the
rts :' embarkation) Passover
jpplies I the A~.encan Zone in
Uiy and Austria. Hawaii.
n and Korea. Alaska. Iceland
:-.nd the Caribbean area (Puerto
Rico. Virgin Islands. Jamaica.
etc.}
Here in the U S. every Jewish
; rvicemen at the 318 V. A. hos-
- and military insl illations
will be served by JWB Arrr.y-
N'avy Division staff and by the
".24 part-time chaplains of the
JWB Division of Religious activi- I
tii? Passover starts at sunset on
Friday. April 23. and continues!
to sunset on Saturdaw Mav 1.
Wanted
David S".< in, f his
v. ife and I :: :
support he II nti
since Janu.i
:.-...-. I the;
present t
financial aid. S
born ir. New V rk n Dec. 24.
1920. is 6 '. 2 in
195 pound
eyes tache
ly w rked
Anj :
request. 11
the Nal
105 N..ss.,u St New V irk 7. X V.
Guatemalan Official
Charges British Action
NEW YORKDr. Jorge Garcia
Granados, retiring Guatemalan
r and chief delegate to
the United Nations, charged yes-
terday that Arab bands have been
to enter Palestine on
lition "that they delay the
: their attacks upon the
Jews unil May ltah,
tile dale when the British Man-
ends."
Tins." he added, "is invasion
by consentand the blame for it
Us ; :. the shoulders of the
The Guatemalan ambassador
taten ent at a press
... ..:. i reception given in
ii Hitz-Carlton hotel
the Zionist Organization of
....'
Poinciana Arrivals
Poinciana hotel arrivals are
Mrs. E. Karlin, Mrs. K. Tillim,
Miss Dubnick, Miss Emma
Brandvine. Brooklyn; Mr. and
Mrs. George Galdstone, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Riegel, Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Townsend, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen, Belle
Harbor, L. I.; Mrs. F. Sobiloff,
Roth Installs Broward
War Veterans Post
Over 400 people attended the
installation of a new Jewish War
Veterans' post in Broward coun-
ly Sunday led by Burnett Roth
of Miami Beach, commander of
the state dept., JWV. All veteans'
organizations of the county were
represented.
Assisting Roth was Abe S.
Goldman, past state cmdr. Wil-
liam B. Hoffheims is commander
of the new post.
Harry Adams of Miami Beach,
national vice cmdr., spoke on the
aims and purposes of JWV and
the Honor Guard of Norman
Bruce Brown post in Miami pre-
sented the colors.
Fall River, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Saltzman, Harry Hecker,
Miss May Hecker, Miss Lillian
Malester, Bronx.
Center Sisterhood Holds
Annual Game Night
it of the Mi-
ll Jewish Community
. id will take place
in the center patiu tomori
.. I
Nat Hjnkoff.
;' pi
I ,.m | : kitchen
:. ter bu.ldmg.
ed by
Mrs. Harry B: lei com-
Jacob Y. Goldring
I KIM CONCERT
SUNDAY. MARCH 28, 8 P. M.
Miami Beach High School
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i A program of Jewish, English and
Palestinian songs, featuring the
Cantata
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LOUIS POWESKY. Conductor
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
Purim-The Feast Of Lots
By DR. M. A. LIPKIND
Dr. Llpklnd is a resident of Miami and active in local Zionist circles
He is the author of several books and has done considerable writln* fnr
publications throughout the country. The Purlm holidays end with the
observance of 8hushan Purln today. "' "*
Purim or Lots, like Chanukah, is a lesser festival and comes
on the fourteenth day of Adar. It will be observed this year by
Jews everywhere on Thursday, March 25.
Like Chanukah, Purim is not imbued with religious solemn-
ity. There is no cessation of work and no special ceremonials
have been built around it. Like
Chanukah, it is also a day of de-
liverance. On Chanukah the de-
liverance of Judaism is observed;
on Purim the deliverance of the
Jews is celebrated. But while
Chanukah is a dated festival com-
memorating geat events in the
history of the Jewish peoplethe
revolt and victory of the Has-
moneans, the origin of Purim
has been lost in the dimness of
antiquity.
The story of Purim has been
preserved for us in the Book of
Esther. The story deals with an
episode in the life of the Jews
who lived in Persia during the
reign of Ahasuerus known to his-
tory as Xerxes. The story is typi-
cal in its main outlines of the
long chain of persecutions to
which the Jews in the dispersion
have always been subjected.
Mordecai, an assimilated rich
Jew, rises in power and influence
with the royal court; his niece,
the beautiful Esther, is taken into
the harem and becomes the King's
favorite. Haman, the new minis-
ter because of a grudge against
Mordecai the Jew, vents his spleen
on the Jewish people as a whole.
He presents them to the King as
a dangerous people, "scattered
and dispersed throughout the em-
pire, destined in their laws from
all other people, and refusing to
obey the King's laws."
Haman obtains the King's sign-
ature to an act ordering a mas-
sacre of the Jews; a lot is cast,
and the day of execution is set
for the thirteenth of Adar. The
Jews of Susa fast and pray; Mor-
decai conveys the information to
Queen Esther, whose Jewish
antecedents remained unknown at
court. She invites the King and
his minister to a feast, and then
pleads with the King for the life
of her people. A new act is
promulgated by the King, giving
the Jews the right to organize
themselves for self-defense. Thus
the calamity is averted. In com-
memoration of the event the fes-
tival of Purim is instituted.
The story in full as told in the
Book of Esther is a most fascinat-
ing Oriental tale and reads like
one from the Arabian Nights.
Some historians and Bible stu-
dents are of the opinion that the
actual events of the story could
not have happened in the days of
King Ahasuerus. They doubt the
historical authenticity of the
principle characters of Mordecai
and Esther, for their names close-
ly resemble the names of Baby-
lonian Gods, Morduk and Istar.
The Book of Esther according to
them is not a book of history,,
but a historical novel that relates
a lengthy tale of ancient Jews.
The historian, Simon Dubnow,
on the other hand, disregards
their evidence and is of the opin-
ion that the story is an authentic
one, and has happened at the
time of Ahasuerus. Dubnow
thinks that the use of non-Jewish
names by Mordecai and Esther is
a practice common among as-
similated Jews to this day. In
fact, we find mentioned Hadassah
as being Esther's Jewish name.
It is interesting to note that
the famous Mamonides, in his
great code makes the following
statement: "In the days of the
Messiah the only sacred book
which will be remembered will
be the Pentateuch and the scroll
of Esther."
But whatever views may exist
among certain Jews, the Jewish
people as a whole have taken
Purim to their hearts. To them it
is a true story, more truthful
than many stories of undoubted
authenticity. For the story of the
Book of Esther happened a count-
less number of times and keeps
on happening to this very day.
It is not at all strange that such
a festival connected with a book
that tells of the indestructibility
of the Jewish nation, appealed to
all Jews in all times. The great
popularity of Purim lies, also, in
the fact that it is the only world-
ly holiday that has no religious
observations or ceremonials. In-
stead it has many old customs
associated with it.
Thus, both in the Diaspora and
in Palestine, Purim more than
any other festival is celebrated
with joy and even frivolity. In
the Diaspora celebrations include:
Hamanclapping during the
reading of the Magillah, Shalach-
monosgifts to the poorand the
Purim-shpiel which is the origin
of the Jewish Theatre. On the
day of Purim all is joyful and one
can revel, be a good fellow and
forget his troubles.
In Palestine, the Jews created
the Purim Carnival, which, in
normal times, brings thousands
into Tel-Aviv every year to see
its pagentry and its colorful cere-
monies and to participate in the
free and unrestricted gaiety that
pervades the streets.
Purim will never grow old
Purim symbolizes the eternity of
the Jew. Hamans and Bevins have
come and gone; their memories
have been blotted out. The Jew
and his cultural heritage survived
and continues to live and create.
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A United Synagogue confer-
ence will be held in Jackson-
ville, April 8 to 11, it was an-
nounced today by Rabbi Albert
I. Gordon, executive director.
The conference, the first to be
held in this area, will be at-
tended by representatives of
sisterhoods, men's clubs, and
young people's leagues of Con-
servative congregations in Ala-
bama, Florida, Georgia, Louisi-
ana, Mississippi, South Caro-
lina and Tennessee,
Y Board Chooses
Executive Group
An executive committee was
elected at a special meeting of
the board of directors of the Mi-
ami YM-YWHA, recently. The
following were chosen to serve:
Leon Kaplan, chairman; Max R.
Silver, Ben Essen and Sam Seit-
lin, 1st, 2nd and 3rd vice presi-
dents respectively; Jean Guber-
man, secretary; Dave Brown,
treasurer; M. J. Kopelowitz.
chairman, finance committee; and
the following members at large:
Leo Ackerman, Jack Apte, R. W.
Apte, Nat Blumberg, George
Chertkof, Charles H. Cohen, Abe
Cutler, Mrs. Bernard Davis, Mrs.
Ben Essen, Marx Feinberg, Nat
Gans, Rabbi Murray Grauer,
Larry Grossberg, Henry Jacob-
son, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Sam
Kratish, Leon Lieberman, Fred
K. Shochet, W. D. Singer, Mrs.
John Temple, Sam Weber, Eu-
gene J. Weiss, George Wolpert.
The executive committee will
transact business between board
meetings. The board meets quar-
terly.
At a special meeting of the
board of directors of the Miami
"Y" Harold Cohen, Milton Malak-
off and Paul Sobel were un-
animously elected as board mem-
bers for the year 1948.
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
+Jeist fkridlian
Political Roundup -
Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
Vigorous opposition to a gen- campaign are the attorneys V.al-
eral sales tax because "it places !ter C. Kovner. president of the
the burden on those least able to Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'i ith.
bear it." was voiced by Colin
and David T Catsman. vice prc:-
English. candidate for governor, ident of the Miami Beach Bai-
rn announcing his platform. ..-> ciation. Both arc pro:
Equal opportunity of education ;r. cjVjc affairs and veteran? of
for every child in Florida was ~. .^ ^rar jj
the kevstone plank in the pr -
gram English outlined. He has
served his native state for 11 John H. Yates. the only candi-
years as superintendent of public date for circuit judge in group
mstruciion. ven who resides in miami. an-
"Eleven years experience as a nounced that his younger br.^-
ttiember of the executive depart- ther, William 0. Yates. will man-
men: of the state of Florida and age his camp.
of the state Budget Commission The candidate is a product of
convinces me that with economi- Miami Edison High school and
cal operation, no new taxes will the University of Miami. He is
Richard W. Ervin of Palatka
has begun his campaign f>>: At-
torney C".
Ervin was called up.m to re-
nt the State Highway de-
partment in 1935 in its lei;..: mat-
and has assisted their until
he announced his candidacy. He
was legal for the Over-
seas Road I Toll Bridge Dis-
trict, a p: hi< ii connected
Kev W( I I'" : 'a main-
land, and help. ft the act
creating the Florida Department
of Public Safety, serving as its
legal counsel foi its formative
peri id
Among Ervin i nt ap-
cai operation, no new taxes u:u urc n. < .-... ~.....------ ,
have to be levied to meet exist- the 1 versity law school pointments J 1Q4,"
ina services afforded bv our graduate to run for the office of Sistant Atl IM3.
He was called upon to serve the
ing services afforded by ou
state." English declared. uit court iudge here
Beside education and taxati n Yates r in the Orient
English also listed a broad pro- during Wo I War II He is a
gram of development for '. la, director of the Dade County Bar
including aid to cities and : iation and a member of
from state-collected revenues. James Carnell Lodge 223. F&AM
- ereignty y and
economy, public health,
control, conservation, garni
fish, state parks, commercial fish-
ing, agricultun k, citrus.
road profii. fety, busine:
velopment and state a
trade an dcoi with our
South, rn neigh
and management, Florida
tidelands vetei tu as-
nvenile delinquency.
welfare, stati .:. ns.
instituti ns of higher learning.'
medical, nursing, dental and vet- i
erinarian h Is, the state in-
stitution, local control and free- E
dom from political influence.
Thurman "Whitey" Whiti
. was named chair-
man of Colin's campaign from
Dade county. He has had wide
experience in politics, having
successfully handled the cam-
paigns of County Commissioner
ID and State Rep.
R. B Gaul
Managing the Miami Beach
Arthur A Kimmel. attorney at
: Beach, will manage the
Florida Rail ission in
IMS.
The candidate veral
sessions of the Fl Legisla-
ture as E: Cli rk of the
House, the first timi when he
was onlv sixteen y, ars old. He
re for Yates. A vet- j worked his way through the Un-
n of the South Pacific. Kim-1 iversity of Florida Law school
mel served as a naval officer. He doing various similar jobs
is brother-in-law to movie star! ---------
Van Johnson.
Dr. James T. Wilson, county
riant of schools, has
qualified to run for re-election
for another four-year term. His
candidacy for the county post
'removes any rumors of his possi-
bility of running for state sup-
erintendant in place of Colin
Wilson stated that his only am-
n Mas one more term in his
present office which he has held
since 1937.
Abe Aronovitz, Miami attorney,
will serve as chairman of the
Dade county Wallace-for-1
dent committee. He is i
sistant city attorney.
Headquarters of the committee
are at 97 N.W. First St.
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cial election for the judgeship on
May 4 when the regular first pri-
mary will be held.
Judge Walker, in a letter to
Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butler,
man of the state committee,
said he saw no reason to postpone
the nomination of a judge until
July or Augu.-t. when the law
,mple time to call it for the
same time other state candidates
are being nominated. He asked
Chairman Williams to convene
the committee "at your very
nvenience" to call the
m for the supreme judge's
position, which Justice Buford
vacated March 1 by retirement.
Judge Walker has been a cir-
cuit judge since 1940, when he
FRIDAY. MARCH *
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primaries. tM,J
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appclia," a number in three
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adame Hildcgarde, local ballet
Hructor.
Jean Marie Clarke, 16-year-oU
ami ballerina, will take the
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[usical score is by Le.i Delibes.
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PAGE NINETEEN
First Over The Top!
The Butchers' Division,
headed by Phil Romer, is the
first division of the Trade Unit
to reach its goal in the 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal. The
Butchers' quota of $2,000 was
reached and passed when
Romer announced that the di-
vision has brought in to date
a total of $2,515. "The fine ex-
ample of this group should
prove a true inspiration to the
other division in achieving and
surpassing their quotas." de-
clared Stanley C. Myers,
Trades Unit chairman.
Mr. Romer is president of
the Greater Miami Kosher
Butchers Guild under whose
auspices the solicitation for
the Combined Jewish Appeal
was made.
F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
MIAML FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
*3\y vat* vt tva.
'{reiisimn ^S&ipv in*
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN Till': COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAUB COUNTY,
F1/)IUDA. IN PROBATE. INO.
20638.
In Re: ESTATE OF
AGNES" ROHF.KTS. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All 1'crsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
Olalmi .and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate f ACNES ROBERTS, deceased,
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
Hon. \v. |.\ lilanton, County Judge
Of I'ado County, and file the same In
Ins office In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida. within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demand! to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
lie sworn to and uresented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 193.3 Probate Act.
Data March II. A.D. 1948.
HARRY ROBERTS,
As Executor of the Last win and
Testament of acnes ROBERTS,
i teceased
WASMAN, SILVER fi- BAKOWTTZ
Attorney! for Executor.
3/19-26 4/2-'J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneai under the fictitious name of
Banders, Jewelry & L-uggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM
3/12-19-245 4/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I.arlc's Whoe Store at 2113 Coral Way.
Miami, Ha.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
LEON FAY
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN .
Attorney for Applicant
Seybold Bldg.
3/19-26 4/2-9-10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MI.I.VIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miatid
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
David Bialeck, Inc., a
Florida corporation.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for David Bialeck, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
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
8 p. m.
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TFI 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 Count v. 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 Sevhold Building
Miami, Florida
3/3-12-19-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iind-rsigncd, desiring to engaj?,. In
business under the fictitious name of
Margaret Apts, at 1561 Lenox Ave.,
Miami Beach, intends to register -said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARGARET MALEK
< Iwner.
HARRY DTBTZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undt rslffned, desiring tr, engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NAVELES TRADING CO., not In-
corporated. 835 North West First
Avenue. Miami. Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court, Dade County,
Florida.
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN,
Sole Owner.
HERMAN M. BERK
Attorney for Applicant
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcrsicned. desiring to engage In
business tinder 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 & BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
:;/.">-12-i;>-2i; i J
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
115450.
ELAINE PRESTRIDGE. Plaintiff, vs.
AARON 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 10th day of March. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. .GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 11SJ19.
VINCENT JAMES FIORB, Plaintiff,
vs MAE FIORB, Defendant.
TO: MAE FIORB
18256th Avenue
New York. 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 12th, 1948. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four s......esslve weeks In The
Jewish Floridian, a newspaper pub-
lished In Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 9th day of March, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN,
I vputy Clerk.
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPDC 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.
D.MANUEL GOLDSTRICH
BELLE GOLDSTRICH
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LOUIS 5, 10, 25c & UP DEPART-
MENT STORE at 2163 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
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Bennett Wholesale Company at 736
N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Cout of Dade
County, Florida.
LKONAKD EISENBERO
Sole Owner.
2/27 3/5-12-19-M
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ADM.
2Si
KENNEL CLU
West CfladU\ 9i.d 37lltfiyc:

ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. 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 Maroh, 1948.
E. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of (he Circuit Court
lit CAurt Sea!)
By R. H. RICE. JR...
f>.niitv c-|*rk
OBOROB .1 TALIA'-*
Rollcllor for Flslnti
/tllllH
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115422.
RUTH HELEN SMITH. Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH, De-
fendant.
TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH
6123 Chanaellor Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
c/o Hussy
A suit for divorce has been filed
against you In the Circuit Court of
the Eleventh Judicial Circuit In and
for Dade County, Florida, by Ruth
Helen Smith. You are required to file
your appearance or answer thereto
In said proceedings on or before April
9, 194S, otherwise the allegations In
said bill of complaint will be taken
as confessed by you.
It is further ordered that this order
he published once each week for four
consecutive weeks In the Jewish
Floridian, a newspaper published in
said County and State.
Dated at Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this the 9 day of March,
A. D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk.
JOHN II. YATES
Solicitor for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 4/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
115360.
HARRY MEYER SEAMON. Plaintiff.
VS. FLoRlNDA SEAMON. JJetend-
ant.
TO: FIXJRINDA SEAMON; 2 Copley
Road. Apartment No. 403, Upper
Darby. Pennsylvania.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 7th day of April, 1948.
Dated this 8th day of March. 1948.
H 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 UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GPVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business unAer the fictitious name of
Bilt-Rite Venetian Blind-Co. at 2248
S. W. 8th St., Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florid*,
MAX GREENFIELD
ISAAC JOFFB
Attorney for Applicant
I "in Biiosyne BunAlqy
gaum* *-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR I'A HE COUNTY, FIX5R1DA-
IN CHANCERY. No. 115678.
JOHN HENRY VAN GELDER,
Plaintiff, vs. MADELEINE B. VAN
''.ELDER. Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER,
c/o Mrs. Margulles,
Ogontz Manor Apartments,
Apartment E-24
ogontz and Olney Avenues,
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.
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
19 day of April. 1948: otherwise the
allegations of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
you.
Lot this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN, a news-
paper published in Dade County,
Florida.
MATED this 18th day of March,
i:nv
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
{Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
Solicitor for Plaintiff,
1703 Congress Bldg.,
Miami, Florida.
3/19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNT1. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115676.
EDNA CHASIN NASTA, Plalntirr.
vs. A. HERMAN NASTA, Defend-
ant.
TO: A. HERMAN NASTA
1077 Astor Avenue
Bronx. 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 19. 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
Floridian. a newspaper published in
Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 18th day of March, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Clrouit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
MILTUN A PRITO*uW,,,!>' **
Attorney t Law _
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FRIDAY, MARCH2R,aj|1
Political Roundup
"More than 101 m:les of Dade
county's 192 miles of roads and
bridges in the state-maintained
system are in need of impi
ment," said State Senator W. A
(Bill) Shands, candidate for Gov-
ernor.
Estimated cost of su
which would be a ; im-
provement for Dade county, is
$10,350,000. he added.
-My tour years of t-xp^:
as a member of the State R--::
Board will be helpful to me as
Governor, in fostering t
tion projects for this count;
the cooperation of I
Department," said Sen SI
'I believe
when we should think in
of using all of our rev-.
the gasoline tax
funds for road con
The h -v. I
was chairman t th S
pr priations c mmitl
I the m st valu
in 194
Bet-re his first ti
state ure :n 1941 S
was .
and then

Miami :
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for 22
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Can accommodate one or two in
beautiful bo&M e= the Beach.
Strictly Kosher Kitchen
phone 58-:::*
retire from ffi
expin 5 this : r H
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"I feel that 1
B rn in All -'
H
. three years that one of,
the bas -ems of society is
: the -submerged tenth and
lhe;r treatment and rehabilita-;
Included in his program arc
-kill the n
in ising the num-
gradually
hard 1:"
. ng disabled vet i
- > tax exemption.
,x structure
M-.llard
I building pro-
:. 1935. W
lins
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nt pi -:
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ternal '
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iction of a
tion of l
the A :: '
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r Beach.
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and m I
zation I mty 1
lied J
Foi js ion -
er, Mac\
I l .::.-.:: tion fol-
lowing the death of N. P. Lowery
He is u building supply d-.
Hugh (Pat) Peters has an-
nounced his candidacy for re-
election to the Dade county com-
mission from the second district,
basing his campaign on 14 years
on the commission.
rs has been elected to the
K times and during his
l commissioner he
lways been head of the
and bridges program.
y accomplishments
the planning, financing and
( the North Bay cause-
During the recent floods in
Dade c unty, Peteri was largely
instrumental in obtaining funds
to build a dike along Golden
Glades R )ad to the Miami canal,
to the Dade-Broward
levj and thence south to the Tam-
Trail He pointed out in his
J announcement for re-
election that, although this prop-
erly was a function of the D*u
Drainage district board. ^
mi.
was done to relieve the flood
fering by them. Furthermore
county is now starting to 8Mb,
$100,000 additional money jn
effort to prevent a recurrence rf
the devastating floods of last 1^
Peters also has been a leader i
the development of the Miami
International Airport. During t]>
brief span of two years, sinc, 1
the county commission has be
serving as the port authority thj,
property has been developed'into
the world's largest airport.
Flora R. Iliekey
CORSETIERE and DESIGNER
7 rmerly of Fi:ra Corset Shop
104'S.E. First Street
Miami. Fla.
Phone 3-1882
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And for your convenience
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Phones 9-53"7 9-6727
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AL MEIDESBERG. Owner
STEEL ERECTING
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None Too Large or Too Small
PROVPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2319 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phones 2-4308 3-1658
7 w rm ; general
cam-
n
tions l vernor's
will be
; f Bally! tactics he states
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and polil Sevi a and
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tter 1 ns of
such pic-
tures, 1
H tands for betl v< rn-
n : x
.... tool system
mty f thi
Richard H. Cooper. Stetson law
. student, is a: 27 the yuung-
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la. In his campaign he has
been trying to line up Fuller
a, rival candidate, in a
: debates on campaign is-
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ney plans I spend a part of
titutions to
vi lence and brul
perati >ns, .: he ..- elect-
ed governor.
Having een i to a
tal in 1935. though
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ori;\ DAILY
Shows I Sac li Sunday, 3 and 5 !"'
Featuring- Proske's Performing Tigers, 1947 feature act
with Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus
Monkeys, Baby Tigers, Flamingos, Rare Birds,
Alligators, Deer, Etc.
10 Acres Tropical Beauty. Bring Your Camera. Excel-
lent Bus Service via Coast City Coaches, next to Royal
Theatre, also 2 special buses on Sunday leaving same
place at 2; 15 and 4:15.
tome TodayBring the Family
AUTO LOCK AND
HARDWARE
SPEEDOMETER
SERVICE
SUPPLIES SERVICE
WINDSHIELD WIPER
SERVICE
(Plenty of parking in rear)
1304 N. E. 2nd AVE.
Phone 9-3144
Let
MOXAHAX'S
Design You the FINEST All-
Steel Kitchen Low Priced
to Amaze You ... for most
homes costs no more than for
wood kitchens:
American Kitchens At
MOXAHAX'S
2208 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 4-0632
* YRVABjgjjA THE FRIENDIY TRACK CLOSE TO THE HEART OF MIAMI
THE FRIENDIY TRACK CLOSE TO THE HEART Of MIAMI
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Through APRIL 17tb
THE DOUBLE EVENT
(SECOND HALF)
$15,000 MARCH 27th
($30,000 ADDED)
DAILY DOUBLE I ADMISSIONS
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DAILY DOUBLE
I Clow 1.43 PM.
Grandstand _$
Clubhou...... 2.30
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