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The Jewish Floridian ( April 2, 1948 )

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it^liawiislb-IBIiDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 21—NUMBER 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS Nationwide Day of Prayer April 8th April 8 has been designated as a nationwide day of prayer to seek intercession on behalf of the Jews in Palestine and to protest against the United States government's attempt to nullify the decision of the United Nations with regard to the Palestine partition. Services are to be held in Miami on Thursday at 8 p.m. The call for the service has come from the Chief Rabbinate in Palestine, the various national rabbinical bodies and national synagogue organiKitions. A united service will be held in Miami at the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation with all the rabbis and cantors affiliated with congregations in the city participating. Separate services will be held on Miami Beach at Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami Beach Jewish Community center and Temple Beth Sholom. World News Briefs Special Assembly On Palestine LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—Sen. Warren Austin, head of the American delegation at the United Nations, Tuesday introduced a resolution at the U.N. Security Council requesting the convocation of a special session of the General Assembly of the United Nations "to consider further the question of the future government of Palestine." Another resolution proposed by the U.S. delegation calls for the immediate cessation of hostilities between Arab and Jewish armed groups in Palestine and asks the Jewish and the Arab Higher Committee to designate representatives to negotiate an immediate truce. Although the resolution made no reference to trusteeship, Austin said the United States still holds "that a temporary trusteeship should be established to maintain the peace." JEWISH APPEAL LAGS; QUOTA $339,935 SHORT, EXTENDED TWO WEEKS Palestine League Enlists Veterans NEW YORK, (JTA) — More than 1,000 men and women, mostly World War II veterans, have volunteered for service in the George Washington Legion to fight in Palestine, the American League for a Free Palestine, which is organizing the recruitment campaign in this country, said this week. Barney Ross, former boxing champion and Guadalcanal hero, is among the volunteers. Major Samuel Weiser, of Engl?nd, founder of tho Hebrew Legion in his own country, is now in the U.S. to help organize a force of 10,000 volunteers to aid the Jews in Palestine, a League statement said. Weiser told a press conference here he hoped to have a militia of 20,000 men ready to enter Palestine in May. Recruitment campaigns, he disclosed, are now being conducted in England, France and South Africa, as well as in the U.S. Herbert M. C. Walker, a vetenn pilot, said the League has "P-51s, P-38s and P-63s—we already have enough pilots for those planes on hand, but we'd like to hear from all pilots who'd care to volunteer—just to keep them handy." Major Weiser and Barney Ross are planning to visit Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago and Los Angeles to spur enlistments. Illinois Conviets Anti-Semites CHICAGO (JTA) — Rabblerousers hiding behind constitutional liberties they seek to destroy, received a "stay out of Illinois" notice this week when the State Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Arthur W. Terjniniello. The opinion sustained the Appellate Court in Upholding a Chicago Municipal Court jury's conviction of Terminiello for disorderly conduct in connection w 'Jh an anti-Semitic meeting "eld in Chicago more than two years ago. The verdict marks a victory for we Chicago Civil Liberties Committee as well as the Law Department_ of the City of Chicago, wncn secured the conviction and UN Commission To Proceed With Partition Plans LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)—The United Nations Palestine Commission has decided unanimously to proceed with full implementation of the General Assembly decision to partition Palestine. At the same time, the Commission informed the Jewish Agency that it will attempt to go ahead with plans to set up Provisional Councils of Government regardless of the April 1 deadline of the Assembly decision. However, the Commission made it clear that the Provisional Council will not be able to assume governmental authority before May 16. U.N. officials indicated that the mere calling of a special session of the Assembly as proposed by the United States, could not stop the work of the Commission until the Assembly, reversed its previous ruling. It was also indicated that the Commission is more determined than ever to enter Palestine at the earliest possible date to exercise authority over the Provisional Council it will designate. Arab Attack Kills 42 Jews; Truce Sought JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Fortytwo Jews died in an Arab ambush of a convoy near Naharia, a short distance north of Acre, it was officially reported this week in a government communique. The bodies of five of the Arab attackers, estimated to numbei about 250 men, were discovered near the scene of the massacre. The five vehicles in which the Jews were transporting supplies for remote settlements in the North were found completely destroyed by fire. The Arabs are reported to have used mortars and machine guns in the battle. The British Army announced that it had arranged a truce with Arab leaders in the Bethlehem c':strict to permit the evacuation of the bodies of eleven Jews killed in a two-day battle between hundreds of Arabs and 95 Haganah men trapped in a convoy of 35 trucks and armored cars. Thirty-five wounded Jews were also included in the vacuation pact. Although the communique did not specify whether the uninjured survivors would also be rescued, all were brought safely into Jerusalem by a military convoy. The battle featured the use of Jewish planes in a fighting ca(Continued on Page 4) Glowing Tributes Paid Moses Ginsberg Before Large Attendance at Breakfast Decision to extend the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal for two weeks through April 11 was announced at last Sunday's report meeting, held as a testimonial breakfast to Moses Ginsberg, industrialist and philanthropist of New York City and Greater Miami, which took' place at the Steakhouse in Miami Beach. < Calling Moses Ginsberg "the Rumania Benefits Pogrom Victims BUCHAREST, (JTA)—A bill to give disabled survivors of pogroms, and widows and orphaned children of persons murdered during pogroms, the same pension and other rights as dependents of Rumanian soldiers killed during the late war is now in the hands of the cabinet, the last stage before the measure becomes law, it was learned here this week. The legislation has been one of the chief demands of Rumanian Jewry for the three years since the liberation and its enactment has been promised the Jews by a number of leading governmental figures. The law, which extends the benefits to all other victims of "anti-democratic pe r secutions," has been held up until now because of a shortage of funds. Editorial The Combined Jewish Appeal is $338,925 short of reaching the 1948 quota. Although it is challenging $1,489,925 is a realistic goal, one which not only can be achieved, but can be surpassed. The funds are available in the uncovered prospect cards. The campaign extended for two weeks can be a success. Iwill take intelligence, understanding, time and effort. But, most of all, it will call for unstinting willingness to sacrifice on the part of every Jewish man, woman and child in this community. Remember—1948 is the year of destiny. Jaffa Bombed; Revolution Thrertened 210 Jews Rescued From Ambush; Vehicles, Weapons Surrendered JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Three bombs were dropped on Jaffa Monday morning apparently from a plane, it was officially announced here. They caused no casualties and only slight damage to a Greek Orthodox school building. Meanwhile, the Irgun Zvai Leumi has threatened to start a "revolution" against the Jewish Agency unless a Jewish Provisional Government is proclaimed immediately. Seven Jews died during an attack on the Arab village of Mughar, near the Lydda airport, according to a government communique. The communique states that a Jewish armored car blew up during the attack and all its occupants, including one woman, were burned to death. Some 30 Arabs were killed during a Haganah raid on the Arab village of Sandala, near Jenin. Despite strong opposition the !.,. /nrrod the Arabs to abandon The government issued a warning that it would never again attempt tn rescue Jews attacked by Arabs in a situation similar to that of the Jews trapped in the Kfar Etzion ambush. The statement charged that the Jews set out for Kfar Etzion from Jerusalem without informing the authorities, and when warned not to return along the route to Jerthe village and then destroyed tenhouses. Later. Arab reinforcewas mining the surrounding roads. A truckload of Arab guerrillas was blown up with heavy loss of life. The Jews returned safely to base without having suffered any casualties, ments rushing toward the town met a second Haganah unit which usalem because the Arabs had erected barricades to halt them, the Jews had disregarded instructions. The government press release also revealed that 210 persons were rescued, including 49 who were slightly wounded. Jewish sources revealed that as one condition for the truce, the Arabs demanded that the Jews surrender all vehicles and weapons to them. This offer was refused, but on orders from the Jewish Agency, the weapons and vehicles were surrendered to the party of some 20 British police and military officers who arranged the truce. The British subsequently handed the weapons over to the Arabs. The final death toll, according to the Jews, was 21 Jews and 17 Arabs. first citizen of the Greater Miami Jewish Community," Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel presided. Rabbi Zwitman compared Mr. Ginsberg to the Moses of Biblical fame, as a leader and servant of his people, and mentioned that his given name of Matthias, meaning a "Gift of God" was equally appropriate in view of the great benefactions which he has bestowed both locally and in his Northern home communities of New York and Brooklyn. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of Mt. Sinai hospital, as key-note speaker, gave a comprehensive outline of Mr. Ginsberg's career, emphasizing that mere material gain has never been the motivating impulse of his life and that the desire to share in his good fortune has evidenced itself since the very earliest days of Mr. Ginsberg's arrival in this country as a penniless immigrant youth. "Moses Ginsberg's is not just a Horatio Alger success story," said Mr. Meyer. "It is a story that transcends the ordinary pattern, for it serves as an inspiration to a better, richer, more deeply satisfying way of life." Circuit Court Judge Ross Williams, speaking for the legal profession, paid tribute to Mr. Ginsberg, and mentioned the gift of a law library in 420 Lincoln Road which, he said, "has already raised the quality of our profession and gives promise of insuring greater justice and a more equable administration of the law in our community." Representing the medical pro-, fession, Dr. Murray M. Recksonacknowledged the gift of a physicians' lounge established by Mr. Ginsberg in the Mercantile. National Bank Building. He told, of a research project which Mr Ginsberg's generosity had made possible and which, Dr. Reckson said "will save many a home from the sorrow and ravages of a pernicious disease, how practically eradicated through this particular research activity." Dr. (Continued on Page 4) Palestine Cables NEW YORK, (JTA) — Collect cable messages from the U.S. to Palestine will be cancelled by the Radio Corporation of America and Western Union effective April 1, it was announced here. Representatives of the two companies said that "transfer account" messages for Palestine, including commercial and press cables, will not be accepted after April 1, presumably because of unsettled conditions in Palestine^ \i ;.., i "*4 i i



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PAGE TWO 9-Jenist ftcridiar FRIDAY, APRIL 2, Death Comes To Jewish Leader In Middle Of Public Address NEW YORK—While in the midst of a passionate address on Eretz Israel which he was delivering at a meeting of orthodox rabbis and Mizrachi leaders. Gedaliah Bublxk. 73-year-old Yiddish writer, honorary president of the Mizrachi Organization of America, and member of tht Jewish Agency's polititical actions committee, died last week. His last utterance was: "Eretz Israel—the Jewish State More ihan 1000 person* attended his funeral in New York City and heard Jewish leaders eulogize the crusader for Torah and Zion. Leon Gellman. national president of the Mizrachi Organization, in paying tribute to his colleague who was one of the founders of the religious-Zionist movement in America and who at his death was its honorary president, moved the mourners to tears. He told the assembled that Mr. Bublick's final resting place will be in the Holy Land and that the Mizrachi movement will shortly dedicate a Palestine project in memory of the religiousZionist leader. Mr. Bubhck was known to millions of American Jews through Sholom Ladies Hold Membership Brunch A membership brunch for paid up members and new members of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom will be held on Thursday. April 8. at 11 a.m. in the patio of the Temple, according to an announcement by Mrs Alexander Kogan, president. A humorous skit will be a featured attraction. Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich are in charge of the function. his columns on Jewish political and re ;: us affairs which appeared weekly in The Jewish Morning Journal. Installation Hold At Temple Dinner Sixth Annual Dinner Dance of Temple Beth Sholom was held on Wednesday, at the Ritz Plaza Hotel, with Leon J. Ell as chairman of the Dinner Committee. Sam Lach::ian newly elected President of the Congregation, installed succeeding Harry A Cornblum. Other officers and Board of D installed were: vice-prcs:dtnts. Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph Ark in and Leo Robinson: treasurer. Abraham Zinnamon: financial tary, I. C. Greenberg: genera! secretary. Leonard Kimball: -: in of tthe board. Louis J. Kren.-ky. Board members are: Shepard Broad. George Cohen. Harry A. Cornblum. Leon J. Ell Joseph Fenias. Louis Goldman. Emanuel •.rich. S. A. Goodman. Roland Granat. Alexander Kogan. Harry K-hn. Ralph Lachman. Murray Maurer, Kenneth Oka I N irdin, Irving Rothman, Abraham Schiff. Abraham Solosko, Leo Solomon. Charles Tobin. and Simon Wolff. Out-going officers were also honored. Temple Israel Sisterhood Elects Officers Monday Annual election meeting of Temple Israel Sisterhood will place Monday at 3 p.m. Following the business session. Miss Rosemary Gerson. coloratura soprano, will render vocal selections accompanied by Miss Frances Tarbaux at the organ. For real Holiday Enjoyment! HOROWITZ-MARGARETEN MATZOHS "The Matzoh with the Taste" Also—Matzoh Meal. Cake Meal, E Matzohs, Noodles, Farfel, and other high quality food products nearly a score of superior Passover foods that enhance Holiday menus! Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Phone 2-7405 1948 Mrs. David Greenberq To Address Temple Mrs. David Greenberg, mem of the National Board of Hadas sah. will be guest speaker M Temple Israel Friday evenin. services tonight. 5 The visitor, who is current convention chairman and chairman of publications fur Hadassah came from New York to address the Miami group at their donor luncheon Wednesday in the Martinique hotel. All members of Hadassah are urged to attend this evening's services. Igor Gorin Baritone Climaxes Toncort Series Here an audition landed him a Igor Gorm. star of radio concert and opera, will bring his rich baritone voice to the stage of the Miami Beach Hign school auditorium to conclude the Community Concert series for this season. He will be heard Tuesday. April 6 at 8:30 p.m. Gorin's varied program includes one of his own compositions. "Caucasian Melody." He will be assisted by Fritz Kramer at the piano. Born in the Ukraine, the baritone moved to Vienna while still a young boy following the deaath the direction in which Europe was heading, lead Gorin to the United States several years ago. of his parents. His first musical experience was attained as a boy soprano in Catholic and Protestant churches there, and though he was left entirely alone at the ago of 12 when his uncle died, a series of foilunate unforeseen incidents lead him to the fame he now holds. Gorin studied at the Vienna Conservatory of Music and later became second baritone for a Czechoslovakian opera company. His rise to success began when the leading singer became ill. leaving the inexperienced vocalist to the principal position in which he gained experience and fame. The rise of Hitler and fear of David Members rise Rabbi spot on the Musical Hall Variety program and launched a radio career. Tickets for Tuesday's concert may be purchased by calling Mrs. Leo Huberman at 6-6811. "FLYING ANTS" MAY BE A SIGN OF TERMITES! CALL US TODAY FOR TERMITE CONTROL BONDED GUARANTEE UP TO 3 YEARS TO PAY FHA TERMS Inspections and Estimates Without Oblligations RATS • ROACHES • ANTI 449 W. FLAGLER Phone 3-4848 123 22nd STREET Phone 5-3528 Miami Beach ORKIN COMPLETE PEST CONTROL Surpi A surprise Once Shahbat was tendered tc Rabbi Max Shaprio last Friday evening foil late services in EV I gogue. A gift was presenti I him by the congregation. Sholem A sen. well-, author, whose atten lance was unexpected by the cor.:::. dressed the capacity Speaking in honor of I durine the social hour nard Stei congregation; j acK 1: representing the men's club. Max Feldnian pn >:d.:u ( ,f p_-r A.: Mrs. Norman I) dent of the S• Harry Gordon aard StanMyers. C —— %  Rhumba Two Bands Smooth SI. 00 (Plua Tax) MIAMI ry SAT. 2WT*



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FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1948 *Jewisti Fk>ridlian PAGE THREE Carl Weinkle \ rtllMMl tO JWB finance Group The appointment of Carl Weinkle a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, as a member of the National Finance Council of the National Jewish Board (JWB) was announced here by Irving Edison, chairman of the council, JWB is the national association of the 314 Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs, and is the agency accredited by the government to meet the religious, morale and welfare needs of Jewish Carl Weinkle servicemen and patients in Veterans Administration hospitals. Mr. Weinkle is president of the Miami Beach YM & WHA, and is a member of B'nai B'rith. As a member of the council, he will represent Florida Jewish communities in JWB financial affairs. The JWB National Finance Council now numbers 43 leaders of Jewish communities in all sections of the United States. It is responsible for screening the organizations annual budget which in 1948 was set at $1,477,800 after the council's review of projected JWB programs and activities. Red Cross Distributes Serum To Aid Measles Dr. John Milton, chairman of the Dade county Red Cross Disaster medical committee, stated Saturday that he has been advised by National Red Cross headquarters that thousands of vials of immune serum globulin, for use in combating measles, are now being distribtued throughout the nation for use by the public without charge and that 10,275 units have been sent to the Florid i State Department of Health in Jacksonville, and is available 'o county health units. Dr. T. E. 1 to, county health commissioner, has secured this serum through the state health office, for use in combating the current measles epidemic in Dade county. King, Queen Crowned At Beach Y Purim Ball Miss Charlotte Orchow and Murray Joskowitz were chosen Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus %  at the Miami Beach YM & WHA Purim ball this week. Proceeds Of $100 were contributed to the Greater Miami Jewish Federatwn for the United Jewish Appeal. The ball climaxed a day of carnival festivities at the Y. Booths at which games were Played commemorating Purim •ere spread throughout the Y grounds in the afternoon. A prize or ln e most appropriate booth was awarded to the "Y Sacs," of which Janice Klein is president and Fay Herman, advisor. Letters to the Editor Dear Editor, Jewish Floridian: "Whom the gods would destroy, they first made mad." These words keep constantly recurring to my mind these fearful days. Our beloved country is already being catapulted into such a frightful program of potential war as may well lead not only to economic destruction in our own country but to world annihilation -opq pue quioq-iuoje aq; ITJIM terialogical warfare. The following quotation puts in better words than I could phrase the urgency of each loyal and patriotic citizen to protect our democracy. Henry Wallace in a broadcast March 26, National Broadcasting Co., said among many other things the following: "I ask the Congress to stop the drive to war. I ask the Congress to defeat the draft and compulsory training. I ask the Congress to stop spending billions of dollars to support corrupt governments and defend selfish private interests. I ask the Congress to build on the common ground of peace by strengthening the United Nations. Call on the president to build such an understanding with Russia that both the United States and Russia can wholeheartedly support World Federation and a World Police Force stronger than that of any single nation." The constitution of the United States guarantees to each citizen the right to petition his government. It is a precious right. It is a right which we must exercise now. I call upon you to petition the Congress. Write your thoughts simply and clearly. When you have written your petition, sign your name—get the signatures of your family, your neighbors and your fellow workers. The men in Washington must be told that the people are against militarism and plans which undermine freedom at home and abroad. An awakened people, using their power, can win this fight for peace. Enlist for peace. Speak up! Speak up for peace." Yours for world peace, GERTRUDE S. BERLIN. ADMISSION S1.00 Vuyu L ..i Plu %  %  •*> ?:' Miami "Y" SpringiDance Entertainment BUILDING APRIL 10 AWVWAVW.WAW



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PAGE FOUR +Je*ist>Flcridton FRIDAY, APRIL 2, EDITORIAL Friendship Train Plans for a Friendship Train for Palestine which will take carloads of needed food and clothing to Cyprus and the Holy Land are being worked out by the Jewish War Veterans, orginators of the idea. Pending final arrangements as to charter of the train and ships for transport to Palestine, three trains will leave from West Coast citiesSeattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles—and travel across the country to an East Coast port for loading and shipment to Palestine. The trains will stop at at least one loading point in each state and in some states at several cities. They will probably converge at New York. The JWV is calling upon their 700 posts and 350 women's posts throughout the country to spearhead the collection of articles of clothing and foodstuffs. But the drive won't be confined to the JWV. Other Jewish organizations—the Jewish Welfare Board, the B'nai B'rith, and the Joint Distribution Committee—and synagogues and local fraternal organizations, both Jewish and non-Jewish, will be asked to participate. The State Department has already given its approval to the idea and JWV people have been conferring with State Department experts to secure the necessary export licenses and to coordinate the proqram with the State Department's Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid. The plan, at present, is to study the resources of each state to see what each area and locality can best supply for the purposes of the drive. Heading the National Committee which the JWV has set up to spark-plug the drive are David S. Block, JWV National Chief of Staff and Mrs. Ethyl Novak, National President of the J.W.V. Ladies Auxiliary. A letter to their headquarters at 802 F. Street, N.W., Washington, D. C, will bring prompt information on how the plans are progressing and how your organization can help in the drive. # louding the issue The American Zionist Emergency Council issued the following comment on President Truman's statement at his press conference concerning U. S. policy on Palestine: We are not deluded by the attempt made by President Truman at his press conference today to make the United States proposal of a trusteeship over Palestine more palatable to public opinion. The President's conception of the Palestine issue was most unrealistic and leaves unanswered all of the questions which were raised in the Security Council by delegates who indicated unwillingness to be led up a blind alley by an improvised plan, which on the one hand scuttles the decision of the United Nations, and on the other hand offers no sounder solution. Who is to enforce the trusteeship which Mr. Truman proposes? If he is thinking of an international force, why the reluctance to think in those terms in connection with the implementation of the United Nations partition decision? Mr. Truman's efforts to justify the sudden reversal of U. S. policy as having been designed to "keep the peace" in Palestine is most unconvincing when viewed against the general y acknowledged fact that far more force would be required to maintain a trusteeship than would be necessary to carry out the United Nations decision of November 29. 1947. Mr. Truman seemingly believes that a permanent solution of the Palestine question can yet be achieved by agreement between Jews and Arabs. If so, we propose that he read the proceedings of the United Nations General Assembly's Special Session on Palestine, at which the United States Delegate, Mr. Herschel Johnson, declared: "I think there is no delegation here which does not know that no plan has ever been presented, either to this Assembly or to the Mandatory Government during its long years of tenure, or in any other place, which would meet with the acceptance of both the Arabs and the Jews. No such plan has ever been presented, and I do not believe that any such plan will ever be presented. If we are to effect through the United Nations a solution of this problem, it cannot be done without the use of the knife." We wonder whether Mr. Truman is fully cognizant of the facts concerning the conflict in the Holy Land when he calls for a "truce" between Arabs and Jews. We respectfully call his attention to the comment of the Jewish Agency for Palestine on this question made in a letter to Secretary-General Trygve Lie on March 17, 1948. At that time the Agency declared: "It must be emphasized that insofar as the term "truce" implies a conflict between two belligerents it does not accurately fit the facts of the present situation in which, on the one hand, an attempt is being made by the Arab States and the Arabs of Palestine to alter by force a settlement approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations, while the Jewish Community has been defending itself and the decision of the United Nations which it has loyally accepted. .. "The moment that Arab aggression ceases The Red Cross The Red Cross is simple, easy to understand It is the story of tremendous leamworlc-of sharing and giving. It is a graphic demonstration of neighbor helping neighbor. It is the story of men, women, and children who know that a stronger America emerges as the cares of the needy and distressed are relieved. Hot food is served to hurricane sufferers in southern coastal slates. Blood is rushed to victims of a hotel fire in the Midwest. Rjj Cross trained life savers plunge toward younq. sters who have ventured into the water beyond their depth. Nurses are recruited for new out breaks of polio. Practical skills are taught to patients in veterans hospitals. When you support the Red Cross, you help in all these things. You are there—because the Red Cross, which represents you, is there. You are one of the many, many neighbors united in a common cause, united by the one banner "under which all men may serve"—the Red Cross! The important thing to remember is that in all it doej the Red Cross depends on you! Jewish armed reaction will also terminate. There must of course be a clear understanding that the cessation of Arab aggression will also include the stoppage of preparations for future aggression, the evacuation of foreign forces and the prevention of further incursion of armed bands into Palestine." We also beg to differ with President Truman's assertion that our Government "vigorously supported" the partition decision of the General Assembly. Exactly the opposite was the case. Long before the Security Council began its deliberations on Palestine it became clear that our State Department was determined to sabotage the United Nations' decision. From the very beginning of the Security Council's meetings it was also clear that the Truman Administration was employing legistic devices and all manner of delaying tactics in order to evade our Government's clear obligation to support the implementation of the United Nations' decision. We deeply regret to state that not only has Mr. Truman failed to convince us that his proposal has merit, but his statement has only served to confirm our original contention that the U. S. trusteeship plan will exacerbate the situation in Palestine, bring about the shedding of further innocent blood and endanger a just political settlement. Combined Jewish Appeal Lags; Campaign Extended Two Weeks (Continued from Page 1) Reckson presented Mr. Ginsberg with a token to express, as he put it. "the love and appreciation of every doctor who is a tenant of Moses Ginsberg's, along with their sincere prayers that he may lorg be with us." Others who paid tribute to Mr. Ginsberg were Mayor Marcie Liberman of Miami Beach, Dr. Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, in his invocation, and Rabbi Murray Grauer of Miami Orthodox Synagogue in his closing benediction. Responding to the toast, Mr. Ginsberg, who will be 75 on his next birthday, presented to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation a ten-year lease on their premises at 420 Lincoln Road at one dollar a year. Mr. Ginsberg acknowledged with great modesty the adulation extended to him and re-affirmed his conviction that "doing good, being of service to one's fellow man is the only true path towards happiness." Jacob Sher. president of Federation, unveiled a plaque commemorating the presentation. The plaque will be hung in the foyer of Federation headquarters. An engraved scroll was also presented to Mr. Ginsberg. Hundreds of telegrams were received from outstanding leaders in non-sectarian and Jewish activities of which Mr. Ginsberg has been a benefactor, from all over the country, congratulating Mr. Ginsberg upon the occasion and Greater Miami upon its good fortune in having him in its midst. Present to witness the I paid the philanthropist were Mrs Ginsberg, his wife, and several of his children and grand children. The Sund.iy meeting which was to have been the final one of the drive revealed a shortage S338.935 from the goal of $1,489925. On a motion of Max Orovitz, co-chairman of the campaign, some 600 workers voted to continue solicitations until April 11. In making his motion. Mr. Orovitz stated: "In the tace of the unswerving determination of Palestinian Jewry to attain statehood, we would be, indeed, derelict in our duty if we stopped short of full victory in our campaign." Mr. Sher urged the volunteers "to make every effort to bring in the lagging contributions so as to enable Greater Miami to take its place as the first major city in the United States to complete a successful campaign in behalf of the $250,000,000 national goal of the UJA." He invited all workers to be his personal guests at a "Campaign Closing I' which will be a real Victory Party." Exact time and place of the affair will be announced later. Joseph R. Stein, campaign chairman, pointed out that nearly $200,000 in gifts were received last year from contributors who have not as yet been solicited in the current drive and that full coverage of all prospects could definitely bring attainment ol tinentire quota. Members of the G ter Miami Jewish community who have not as yet been visited by workers were urged to send th"ir contributions to the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal headquarters, 420 Lincoln Road, or to receive the soliciting workers "with the courtesy and generosity which this vital cause demands and merits." The campaign unit chairmen ed as follows: Winter Residents—Jack Albin, Jack Dubinsky and David Phillips, co-chairmen; 154 pledges for S523.(i74. Trades—Stanley C. Myers, E. Max (, : tein and Herberg Scinr co-chairmen; 1,803 pledges tor $523,674. H teh Maicie Libern.an Irving Prankel, Joe Gardner and Sam Laehman, co-chairmen; 382 pledges for $336,415. Women's Gifts— Mrs. Abraham Goodman. Mrs Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. .'. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Joseph co-chairmen; 809 pledges foi $94,770. Metropolitan—George Chertkoff. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chairmen; 2,951 pledges for $59,177 Vnung Adult—Fred Grossberg, Joe Pardo and Laurence Singer co-chairmen; 229 pledges for $7.624. Youth—Abe Cannes, chairman; 204 pledges lor $840. Total: 6.542 pledges for $1150,990 Community Chest Lauds Zwitman Jack O. Corbin. chairman of the 1948 Community Chest Campaign, has announced this week the presentation of a special Citation to Rabbi Colman A. ZwitRabbi Zwitman man for his special service and excellent efforts on behalf of the Community Chest in the closing weeks of the 1948 Campaign. The Citation bears a communication from Mr. Corbin to the Rabbi which states in part: "Although our campaign is short of its goal, I am sure that we should not have collected as much as we did without your cooperation and the spirit )' ou engendered in your congregation which gave impetus to the drive at a crucial moment. Your encouragement spurred to action a number of workers who produced results at a most difficult time—when the drive was already on its last legs Our regret is that your enthusiastic support was not requested at the start of the campaign. You may be certain, however, that we hope to enlist your services before we engage in another campaign. The enclosed citation is o • ficial recognition of your elfort, but in addition, I wisn w express my personal tnanw and appreciation." The letter was signed by u Corbin, campaign chairman. A Purim celebration and masquerade took place at Beth David Sunday school lait week Over two hundred children came in costume representing different character, in hiitory Arab Ambush Kills 42 Jews (Continued from Page 1) Pacity for the first time in the four-month old conflict. Four Jewish planes called to the aid of the convoy by radio bombed and strafed the Arab forces continuously until nightfall. +Jewish ****&% Published every M'K.'SV* *y The Jewlah Florldlan it j, Sixth Street. Mlam. 1, \ %  % 4 tared as eecond-clae. matter gj IN* at the Poat Office of iaw FIT! under the Act of M^JLdMJ The Jewlah Florldlan hai %M ttie Jewlah Unity and tw T# Weekly. Member of "••*,, F,t' ar.phlc Agency. Seven Art" JJK S yndicate, woriaw.u. %  • tlonal Editorial Aeeocu.--^ Jr ,„ can Aeeoelation *V"flSBe Newapabers. Florida Preee AM SUBSCRIPTION R* TE g.ol One Veer )00 Twe Yeere FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and PublUM' LUphon.. MljM{f OFFICE and PLjN\ 120 N. E. Sixthjw^ — Numt* r Volume 21 „. FRIDAY. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1948 Candlelight Ceremony Unites Miss Irene Jacobs, James Ha -Je*lstrk>rldHati PAGE FIVE Sam Mades And Bride Reside On Miami Beach Greenfields Celebrate Fortieth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield of 2315 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, will be guests of honor at an open house given by their children in celebration of the Greenfield's fortieth wedding anniversary. The affair takes place Wednesday evening from 8 to 10 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Greenfield, 4495 Nautilus No invitations have been mailed, but all friends of the couple have been invited to attend the anniversary celebrated by the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. I. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden, Arnold Greenfield and Miss Shirley Greenfield. Charles Greenfield is chairman of the board of directors of the Maxwell company. He came here in 1925 after an earlier visit in 1899 to become one of the founders of the nationally known organization. A romance wnicn Degan several years ago in high school was culminated last Sunday when Miss Irene Jacobs became Mrs. James William Baros. jr. Their candlelight ceremony was held in the garden of the King Cole hotel, Miami Beach, at 7:30 p.m. and was followed by a reception in the dining room for wedding guests. The newlyweds are now on a five-week motor trip to California. David Jacobs, brother of the bride who is now studying for the rabbinate, assisted Rabbis Max Shapiro and Colman A. Zwitman with the marriage rites. Altar declorations included candleubias covered with white flowers and a bower in the form of a trellis with white gladiolas and asters. Maid of honor, Miss Lynn Rabin; bridesmaids, Miss Joan Perlman, Miss Edie Resnick and Miss Barbara Sacknoff; and keeper of the guest book. Miss Jean Fleischman, are all sorority sisters of the bride. Evans Baros served as best man. Ushers included William Goshen, Aaron Roscnthal and Leon Beratan. Alan Rose, ring bearer, carried a lace and satin ribbon pillow made by his grandmother for the wedding of his mother, Mrs. Frank Rose of Miami. Elaine August was flower girl. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs of 528 S.W. 10th Ave., the bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and more recently of the University of Miami where she majored in sociology. At the University she was president of the local chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, served on the Hillel advisory council and was secretary of the Hillel foundation. Mrs. Baros is a past president of Debbs chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women and also of the Fifth District of the national organization. She served as a national youth commissioner for BBYW. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James William Baros of the Everglades hotel. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, he received his degree in chemical engineering from Georgia school of Technology at which time he was also commissioned an Ensign in the United States Naval Reserve. Mr. Baros served as president of his college fraternity. Alpha Epsilon Pi. and is a member of the International Association of Chemical Engineers. Out-of-town guests for the nuptial occasion included the bride's brother, David Jacobs, and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Tomashoff. Mrs Albert Newman and Mrs. Abraham Siegler, all of New York; Miss Doris Blicher of West Palm Beach; Leon Beratan of Philadelphia and William Saul of Tampa. Miamians At Wedding Of Florida U. Student Miss Dolores Trilling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Trilling of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Paul Kashdan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kashdan, also of Brooklyn, were united Tuesday in Gainesville, B'nai Israel synagogue, by Rabbi Engel. spiritual leader there. Eugene Solomon of Miami was best man and Miss Anna Belle Weld of Miami Beach was maid of honor. Other attendants were Norman F. Solomon of Miami, Lewis Meisel and Robert Sommer of Miami Beach and Armand Davis of Jacksonville. Mrs. Kashdan attended schools in New York. Her husband, a vetteran of the Navy, is now a student at the University of Florida. Branison-Levin Nuptials Told Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITATION TO THEIR FRIENDS TO JOIN WITH THEM AT THE Bar Mitzvah OF THEIR BON Morris N. Broad SATURDAY. APRIL 10TH.194S AT .0:30 A.M. AT TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 CHASE AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH Now residing in Miami Beach following their honeymoon at the Boca Raton club, Boca Raton. Fla. are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mades whose wedding took place February 29 in Temple Beth Sholom. The former Miss Gladys Siegcl daughter of Mrs. Flara Siegel and the late Moses Siegel of New York City, was given in marriage by her brotther, Henry, who flew here from Saginaw, Michigan. Miss Syd Siegel, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Jack Mades served as best man for his brother. The bride attendee; Goucher college and was graduated from Pratt School of Business in NewYork. Mr. Mades, son of Mr. and Mrs Philip Mades of Miami Beach. was graduated from Wharton school of Commerce and Finance of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. Miss Eisenberg Engaged To Lundy Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg of 703 Washington ave., Miami Beach, have announced the engagement of their daughter. Marilyn, to Martin Lundy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lundy Miami Beach and Philadelphia. Miss Eisenberg, a graduate of Miami Beach High school, is a member of B'nai B'rith. Her fiance attended the University of Miami. Have You REGISTERED? BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 3 Mrs. Gordon To Install West Palm B'nai B'rith Mrs. Harry Gordon has been invited to install officers of the B'nai B'rith auxiliary in West Palm Beach Sunday evening. April 11 at a dinner dance at Leon & Eddies there. Jack Abbott, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges, will install the men's lodge. Mrs. Jack Levin Mrs. Anne Bramson and Jack Levin were united in Temple Beth Sholom last Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. A reception followed the ceremony in the patio of the Temple. Daughter of Mrs. Dora Bramson, the bride is the operator of the London Arms hotel. Miami Beach, and Hotel Columbia, Sharon Springs. N. J. Levin, who is from Newark, N. J.. is in the moving picture business and real estate. Following their honeymoon touring the West Coast of Florida, the couple will reside in Miami Beach. g Sans/iuie %  9as&otu MISSES' SPORT SHORTS smartly tailored of cool cotton twill $2-98 pair CURVED POCKET STYLE SHORTS tailored with cuffed bottoms and side button trim. White, copen, aqua • and navy. Sizes 12 to 20 in the group pair 2.98 Initialed cotton lisle shirt. White with colored initial. 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PAGE SIX *JeistTk.rid&r FRIDAY. Miolom Students Celebrate Porim With Masquerade Over 600 parents, friends and children of Temple Beth Sholom Religious school thronged the Temple patio last Sunday and on Purim eve, March 24. in celebration of the Feast of Esther, which took the form of a masquerade and carnival. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of the Temple, acted as •Mayor" of "Temple Shushan City." Cantor Samuel Kelemer lead the children and parents in a community sing of Purim songs. A dramatic debate, entitled. "You Decide" was presented by several members of the religious school, under the direction of Hy Fried, Temple organist and teacher of the fifth grade. A grand parade of costumes followed, with Dr. Alfred MamRabbi Max Shapiro Talks To Beach B'nai B'rith Rabbi Max Shapiro will be principal speaker at the next regular meeting of Miami Beach lodge. B"nai B'rith. Tucson 8:15 p.m. in the Miami Beach YM & WHA His I Is The Palestine Cri--?.A sound film "Passport t N where." has been made available through the office of the AntiDefamation League. The meeting is to be the : one conducted by new offic< the lodge. President Harry Zuckernick will preside and appoint committee chairim-r.. D..v;d A ism :• Deborah Hadassah Plans Membership Teas Mrs. Martin Genet. mem!> chairman of the Deborah group of Hadassah. has announced a series of teas to be held at the homes of members of the group let, Judge Kenneth Oka, and 0 n Tuesday afternoons. Purpose Mrs. Simon Wolff as judges. The : 0 f the project is to introduce infollowing decisions were renderterested women to the work oof edi Most humorous costume. Hadassah and Zionism. Ahasuerus. worn by Robert j Friends of Hadassah and all Jaffe; the most beautiful, slave those interested in the work, are girls, Ellen Rothman and Marinv.ted to attend the functions cias Straus: the most original. Those contemplating attendance representing the Hanging of; are asked to contact Mrs. Genet. Haman, David Hirshman and Mi58-2655. chael Goldstein: the most origin-1 %  — al, representing Torah, Eileen VerrPtrrrirm Societv Goldman; representing Queen Vegetarian OOCieiy Esther, Geraldme Taran. Honor, Gives Musical Program able menti awarded to: | A musicale and fun program Harvey Kumin and Jerry Kumin, was arran g ec i by Eve Glassman representing displaced persons, L or the Vegetarian Society of Mithree Queen Esthers, Jill Fenias. j ami Saturday at the Spinoza Benverly Bienner and Goldie f orurrii Miami Beach. Proceeds Fishman; clown, Mickey Gal-i raisec j W JU be used to adopt a lander; Queen of Sheba. Jac-| farni ] v m Europe through B'nai queline Do::'. Jews of different ,B'rith. parts of the world, Robert Fried| ^j rs rj ora Katz and Mrs. Mollie man. Helen F: iedman and Carol Friedman. %  nan, sopranos, rendered a selection of American. Hebrew and Russian songs, accompanied by Mrs, Weissman on the accordion. Marty Marteil offered several numbers on the viola. Closing Council Forum Features Harrison Wood National Council of Jewish I ~~~~ Women, Miami Section, will close Beth David Meeting its Public Speaking Forums for Regular Congiegational meetthe season with a discussion onijng of Beth David will be held Russia, to be given by Harrison Wednesday evening. April 7, at Wood, radio commentator, and 8:15 in the Talmud Torah. Harry well-known authority on the subject. This final program will take place at 1.30 p.m. today, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 2825 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach. Markowitz. president, will have on the agenda reports by Committee chairmen and action on the proposed Building Plans. Refreshments will be served. For Passover Pleasure and Good Nourishment! BREAKSTONE'S FARMER CHEESE CREAM CHEESE COTTAGE CHEESE SOUR CREAM SWEET III I I IK KOSHER FOR PASSOVER And All Year'Round CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN OF NEW YORK Be sure that the name appears on every product PALESTINE SCIENTIST ON FLYING VISIT TO V. S. Prof. Michael Even-Ari, outstanding >cicnli-t of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has just arriwd by plane from Palestine. Dr. Kvcn-Ari will tour the United States in April to assist in the current campaign to raise ,<1. II 1,000 for the Hebrew L'nh ersity. lie will also make a special report to chapters of the Arner* ican Friends of the Hebrew University on the operation of the University during sieee conci• t j.>ii~. !>r. Even-Ari'a tour is sponsored by the American Friends of the Hebrew University, 9 East S9ih Street, New York 28, N. Y. Mr*. Ilrrk IIrail* %£ %  % A A %  PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "MEMORIALS OF DISTINCTION' MIAMI'S ONLY JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS Large Selection Alwayi on Hand for Immediate Deliytrr 3279 S. W. 8th St. PHONE 4-5922 APABLE EXPERIENCED RE-ELECT J. Edwin Larson STATE TREASURER STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL Political Adv. Pd. f Dade County Fi 1el ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN DAVID M. PAPY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE A Civil Engineer with SI years • IX| %  • rltnce on public works Airports Administrative H ,J Drainage Business Bridges 1. Born and reared in Tallahass.-.. WorW —48 years of age. 2. Came to Miami In 1929. 3. Civil Engineer—Contractor-K:um-r 4. Now In the equipment rental business, 5. Si years nation-wide experience r ub lie work. 6. Married—Two children. A Man Who Will Serre the People Elected county wide Pd. POL Adv. ROBERT R. TAYLOR COUNTY SOUCITOR FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR BATTLE AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME! "The way to stop crime is to convict criminal*! His official record in all cases brought to trial i* 92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S. That's Why THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT! —. „.• wunuingi for ? o "y\Ti 25 Y f support the Dade County Crime Commission i i i raid ad to T.xlor for 8o).rlWr|J & 9940 nts for



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IDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 Jrthodox Groups Man Conference Fifth annual convention of the loutheastern Synagogue Conference will be held in Miami Beach flay 21st through May 24th. The first meeting of the contention committee was held Mon|av March 29th, at the Beth Jacob synagogue. Serving on the Erangemeata committee are: Dr. j. Safra, chairman, David feoldstein, William Mechlowitz, tarry Leavit, Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Irs. Carl Willis and Mrs. Joseph Beltzer. Program committee consists of: abbi Moses Mescheloff, chairban. Rabbi Murray Grauer, RabSimon April, Sidney Palmer, M. Drewich, I. Brenner, Mrs. kavid Whitman and Mrs. Anne fcrow. Tjack Satin is chairman of the jiblicity committee. [Southeastern Synagogue Conference is composed of the Orthobx synagogues of Tennessee, eorgia, Alabama, South Caron a Louisiana, North Carolina, %  ississippi and Florida. finnan Honored [Herbert II. Lehman, four times bvernor of New York, former rector-general of UNRRA and [recognized leader in American Lwry, today (March 29) was kmed honorary national vicetairman of the Anti-Defamation eague of B'nai B'rith on the casion of his 70th birthday. ORANGES Ve Grow and ship from our Indian |Bivtr Groves. The sweetest and best Flavored fruit you can buy. There is a big difference. Mi bushels shipped $1.75. Will deliver |n Miami $1.25. CALL MARTIN 7-7443 Miss Bendremer JDC Worker To Visit On Beach Miss Selma Bendremer of New York City, now field representative for the Youth Division of the Joint Distribution Committee, major American agency ading Jewish survivors overseas, is expected to visit the Jewish YoungAdult Council of Miami Beach according to Budd Cutler, president of the council. In charge of arrangements for the mass meeting of young-adults which will take place at the Beach Y Monday, are Miss Shirley Collegeman and Mrs. Doris Pardo. Miss Bendremer's topic will be "Overseas Jewry and Their Relationship to Palestine." Miss Bendremer is a welfare and child care worker who spent thirteen months with the JDC aiding distressed Jews in the British zone of Germany. Her first assignment with the JDC was in Hamburg, Germany, where she opened the Warburg Children's Home for Jewish orphan survivors of the notorious Belson concentration camp. She held the post of JDC child welfare specialist in the home until April, 1946, when she escorted 105 of the youngsters to Marseilles, France, where the JDC helped the children depart for Palestine. Miss Bendremer's next assignment was as JDC liaison officer of the Belsen D. P. camp between British army ana UNRRA officials and leaders of the Central Jewish Committee in the camp. She also helped develop a project which is now going into effect for the immi* Jewlstifh>rid Haiti PAGE SEVEN MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERS! The Talk of the Town When the JOY-MAKERS CATER YOUR CHILD'S BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH GENUINE CIRCUS CLOWN • SOUND MOVIES • ICE CREAM MOLDS • BIRTHDAY CAKE • CANDY • BEVERAGE • GAMES AND PRIZES • FAVORS • BALLOONS • DECORATIONS For Reservations and Information CALL 83-2810 6ELMA BENDREMER gration of large numbers of Jewish men and women to Sweden. She handled all immigration matters including visas, military clearance and transportation. The visitor's last post before returning to the United States was as JDC representative in Hanover, Germany, largest Jewish community in the British zone of Germany. The Miami Beach Jewish Young-Adult Council is comprised of the following affiliated groups: Clara Hirsh Landau Chapter, B'nai B'rith; Emma Lazerus Chapter, B'nai B'rith; Tropical Lodge, B'nai B'rith; Young People's League; Junior Hadassah; Masada; and the membership-at-large of the Beach "Y." Miss Bendremer's visit here, in her Southern tour, is being arranged by the Youth Division of the JDC in conjunction with the Southern Zionist Youth Commission and the Greater Miami Zionist Youth Commission. Miami Y To Inaugurate New Dance Series Inaugural spring dance, the first all Miami "Y" dance in the new building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., will be held Saturday night, April 10, according to Sam Seitlin. chairman of the social committee. Dave Tyler and his Beachcomber orchestra and a prominent rumba band will feature th" music for the occasion. There will be continuous dancing. Tables will be set in night club fashion and refreshments will be served In a recent interview Seitlin said, "All Miami has been waiting for the opening of our new building. While this will not be the official dedication, it will serve as a get-together of the "Y" membership and their friends. There is a dire need in this community for social affairs on Miss Lillian Fox On Bureau Program Mrs. Lillian Fox is the new story teller on "Grandmother's Tales," a public service program of WMBM presented in cooperation with the Bureau of Jewish Education. The program, heard every Sunday morning 9 to 9:15 a.m., is designed for children. Biblical stories, folk and legend are told. Former story teller was Miss Jeanette Tupler who recently left for Chicago. imii TOUBY MINTING Local Representatives Attend Jax. Sessions Miss Selma Lewis and Miss Beverly Raphael are in Jacksonville as representatives of Miami Junior Hadassah to the Young Judaea Leaders Institute there. The conference is co-sponsored by the Jacksonville and Southern Zionist Youth Commis\ sions. Vocational Guidance Aid Undertaken By Y Mrs. John Temple, chairman of the youth committee of the Miami "Y," announced that the Miami "Y" has undertaken a testing program for teen-agers in order to ascertain their mental ability, mechanical ability, and other aptitudes. Martin Rubinstein, member of the graduate school of the University of Miami, will be in charge. "We shall make available to anyone interested all information in any one vocation or profession," Rubenstein stated. week-ends and we of the Miami "Y" will try to carry out such a project for the community. We urge all our friends, young and old, to come to the dance and see the wonderful facilities the community has made possible." Admission is $1.20 including I tax. Fo' f'1'"'* Fo, MM fi %


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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlst>fk>r*09r FMDAY.AFWH^ 1948 CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN Joseph R. Stem CO-CHAIRMEN Rabbi Irving Lehrman Max Orovitz Mri. Monte Seiifl VICE CHAIRMEN Shepard Broad Harry Cornblum Sam Friedland Charles Greenfield Benjamin Kan* Baron de Hireh Meyer Mr. Benjamin Meycri Matilda Ratner Joseph Richter Monte St fl Arthur X. Ungar Carl Weinkle TREASURER Moaea Gmiberg RABBINICAL REPRESENTATIVES Rabbi Leon Kronish Rabbi Irving Lthrman Rabbi Max Shapiro SOL'CITATION UNITS INITIAL GIFT Sam B ank Max Orovitz Co-Chairmen Jack Ablin R. Wi!!iam Apt* Mote* Gmtberg Maurice J. Furman Leo E<*en*tein Leo Chaikm Isadore Goldberg Nat Hankoff Aaron Kanner Leon Kaplan Abe Kurman Sam Lachman Sam Levinton Marcie Liberman Murray Maur*r Max Meisel I. L. Vinuer Stanley C. My*r* Dan Ruskin Herbert Sch*r Monte Se g Jacob Sher Harry Sirkin Carl Susskind Carl Weinkle SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT Abraham Goodman Wm. D. Singer CoChairmen Morn* Alpert Rabbi Simon April Leonard Barr Isadore Benjamin Charles Cohen Joseph Fenias Ben Giller Joseph Lipton Oscar Mamber Benjamin Meyers Maurice M. OroviU Seymour Rubin Ed Singer Matthew Silverstein Al Stone Harold Turk WINTER RESIDENTS Jack Ablin Jack Dubinsky David Phillip* Co-Chairmen Harry Aberman Sidney Ansin Irving S. Hirch Alex Goldblatt Ben Kane Loui* Krensky Sidney Solomon S. C. Stampleman Gu* Trau Joseph Weidberg Jacob Ziakind HOTEL Marcie Liberman Irving Frankel Joe Gardner Sam Lachman CoChairmen Arthur Adler Dr. David Andron Sid Bernbaum Harry Cornblum Joe Feniaa Jacob Fishman George Goldberg Isador* Goldman Abe Halperln Nat Hankoff Abraham Hyman Fred Jonai Sam Katt Harry Koretzky Murray Maurer Dougla* N. Raff Joseph Rambam Joseph M. Ro Dan Ruskin Jacob Seidenberg Harry Sirkin John StanMilton Wolf EXTENDED YOUNG ADULT Fra Groiiberg Jo**ph Pardo Lawrence Singer Co-Chairmen Florence Abramson Don* Aronon Harry Adams Miss Mildred Berkowitz Billy Cohen Miss Shirley Coliegeman Steve Davie Don Eanett Harvy Oweskm Mrs. Harvy Dwoskin Victor Eber Julius Erstling Saul Feldman Leonard Fisher Irving Getzug Miss Esther Goldberg David Goodmaa Lenny Goodman Jean Guberman Jack Harris Seymour Hinkes Arthur Kimmel Marvin Herman Abe Kaplan Seymour Kaplan Mrs. Anita Kratiah Dave Leibman Larry Levenson Emanuel Levmson Ruth Liberman Ted Nelson Norton Pallot Ela'ose Rogow Si Robbins Dorothy Rader Edward S. Rubm Theodore J. Sakowitx Abe Schaeffer Stanley Schenk Dr. William Schiff Dorothy Sussman Stanley Sher Victor P. Silverman Stanley Stuart Sanford Swerdlin Miss Hope Tannenbaum Saul T. Von Zamft Julian Weinkle Miss Ethel Weinstein Robert Weitz Bill Wittan Dick Zion Morty Silverblatt Warren Sherwood Dr. Emanuel E. Schon YOUTH Abe Gannes Chairman WOMEN'S GIFT Mrs. Abraham Goodman Mrs. J. G. Lewis Mrs. S. C Myers Mrs. Joseph Rose Mrs. Jennie Grossmger Co-Chairmen Mr*. Harry Abrman Mrs. Morn* Alpert Mr*. S. Ansin Mr*. Charl** Beckwlth Mr*. Joaeph A. Itrmin Mr*. Herman Binder Mr*. Sam Blank Mr*. George Chertkof Mr*. Charle* Coh*n Mr*. Harold Cohan Mr*. Edward L. Cowan Mr*. William Feldman Mr*. Joseph Fenia* Mr*. Joseph Fenias Mr*. Ben Frackman Mr*. Irving Frankel Mrs. Maurice Furman Mr*. Louis Glasser Mrs. George Goldberg Mrs. Anna Gordon Mr*. Stuart Gordon Mrs. David Harna Mr*. Lester Hart Mr*. Ada Joaeph Mr*. Edward Kaplan Mr*. Laon Kaplan Mr*. Louia Krenaky Mr*. Sidney Lefcourt Mr*. Joseph Lipton Mr*. Sam Lipton Mr*. Jack Millar Mr*. J. N. Morn* Mr*. Max OroviU Mr*. Jules Pearlman Mr*. David Phillip* Mr*. Harry Platoff Mr*. Charle* Roeengarten Mra. Harry Rubin Mr*. Lee Rubin Mra. Alvin Sandier Mr*. Sam Sapiro Mra. Monte Seng Mra. Sam Simonhoff Mr*. Wm. D. Sing*r Mra. Harold B. Spaet Mra. Elry Stone Mn. Sam Taran Mr*. Carl Weinkle Mr*. Sam Weitsel Mr*. Milton Wolf Mr*. Morn* Wolf* TRADES 5. C. Myers E. Max Goid*tein Herbert E. Scher Co-Chairmen ACCOUNTANTS M. G. Furman 6. Lefcourt Co-Chairmen Harry Blumin Stanley Levich Joseph A. Peat Sidney Waarman Murray Weyner AMUSEMENTS Jacob Sher Chairman 4 INFANTS APARTMENT HOUSE Morris Gold Chairman Harry Bodenatein Sol Goldman M. Janoftki Oscar Lelchuck Charlea Levin Harry Levin Jack Lippson Abraham Maaon J. Nathanson Mortimer Raskin Mrs. Helen Sanders A. Schankman Max Sheik Jacob Sklar Abraham Sir Meyer Teigman Mrs. Samuel Tress Samuel Tress Sam Wolf AUTOMOTIVE Sam Luby Chairman Jerome Goodman Sam Lesche Louis Pallot Norton Pallot Henry Shier Sam Weissel BEVERAGES Harold Cchen Joe Davis Jack Zwickev Co-Chairmen Herbert Blume Max Goldenblank John Green Sam Wieder BUILDING TRADES Dan B. Ruskin Chairman Jerry Selig Maurice Orovitz Henry Hohauser Ira Wolsey E. J. Baskind Lawrence Sapero Ben Markowitz Ellard Kahn Mr*. Matilda Ratnr Louia Touby Leonard Glickman BUTCHERS Phil Romer Chairman CHILDREN WEAR Moe Rippa Loui* Wolf* Co-Chairmen CONFECTIONERS L. 6alinger Chairman DENTISTS Dr. L. Finn Dr. F. Coret Co-Chairmen DEPARTMENT STORES Ben Hartley Dr. M. Goodman Co-Chairmen DRUGS A SUNDRIES S. Goldman Chairman Sid Beakind Erneit Lleber Ted Mdakoff Harry Ruben Arnold Simon Phil Steir Jerry Warren DRY GOODS Ted Gulkis Chairman Maurice Cromer Norman Lynn Phil Somberg ELECTRICAL Max Meiael Chairman Jules Dreyfu** Harry Friedland John Gross FARMERS Jack Bernstein Herman Marka Co-Chairmen FINANCE Sam Sapiro Chairman Georg* Davi* Jo* Williamson FOOD SERVICE Lou Loeb Harry Friedman Joe Scheinbcrg Co-Chairmen FOOD Harry Saff*r Co-Chairmen Mr*, r'arry Aibrt Theodore Berman Jack Gould AI Green Bon* Honoroff William Klin* A. Lipaky Harry j. Millar Georg* RoiniUIn • en Silver Herman WalUman Nat Zalka These are the men and women who cess of the Combined Jewish Appeal, devotion is due the thanks of the er tribution yet, call any name on this get your name on the 1948 Honor Ro FRUIT SHIPPERS Emil Cohen Chairman Archie Brick George B. Kroaa Jack Kurshan Leon Michelaon Henry Rufeisen FUNERAL PARLORS Harry Gordon Chairman FURNITURE Sam Lipton G. Wolpert Ted Garnitz Wathan Straus* Co-Chairmen HEALTH SERVICES Dr. B. Sadowky Chairman INSURANCE Sol Finn Leonard Tobin Samuel Traurig Co-Chairmen Alex Cohen Harry Diamond Wm. Edeistein Ray Feiner Nathan Gam Paul Greene Art Kahn Sam Mayaer Arthur Olden Al Sandier Max Schwartzbaum Lou Seitlin Wm. Strauae Jack Zillen JEWELRY Joseph Richter Chairman David Baaa Joseph Bernstein Philip J. Bernstein Joe Cohen Sig Eisenberg Louis Hirsch Abe King Lester Korshak Jacob Rabinowiti Alvin Richter O. M. Richter Herman Rubin Irving Saal Marty S'rnmons Jules Spievack LAUNDRY A DRY CLEANERS L. Snetman Chairman Robert Hollander LAWYERS M. Roaenberg Milton Weiaa Albert Lehrman Co-Chairmen Jo*eph Arkin A. Benjamin Arthur M. Courshon Mai -in Englander Brnarr| Frank Mirtin Genet E. Max Goldstein Ribort Hollander Lawrence Hoffman Aaron Kanner Leon Kaplan Albert Lehrman Emanuel Levenson Samuel Miller Mortimer Podell Morn* Ro*enberg Morri* Salomon Alvin Sandier Harold Zlnn Jerom* Weinkle LIQUOR Ned Sail Sidney Weln.tock Co Chairmen Norman Brown Jerry Cole Cy Gorton Harry Goodman Stuart Gordon L*wi Gorfln* Oavid Kaufman Frank M. Laiaru* Aaron Leban Bill Lee Eugene V. Maria* Perry Marka Ben Mitchell Bernard Norman Murray Polvay Ben Rockford Sol Shapiro Leonard Waiaberg Jack Zwicker MEN'S WEAK Jules Gillette William Slepian Dan Roth Co-Chairmen Harry J. Day Paul Klempner Joe Lynn Dave Miller Bernard Slifkin Sol Stein Edward Weinatein METAL eV WASTE Meyer Schwartz Chairman NIGHT CLUBS Bill Jordan Chairman PAINT, CHEMICALS. A PAPER PRODUCTS Robert Levin Chairman Arthur Rabe Albert D. Sherman Harold Slegel Arthur Stein PHYSICIANS Dr. S. Frehling Dr. S. C. Werblow Dr. BenJ. Oren Co-Chairmen Dr. L. Lytton Dr. A. Kuahner Dr. A. Hollander Dr. L. Grossman Dr. M. Trauert Dr. T. Berman Dr. M. S. Gnck PRINTING A STATIONERY Fred Shoehet Chairman Paul Barnett Jack Teltler PRODUCE L. jacobus Mre. Llbby Fleher Ce-Chalrmen REAL ESTATE G. Bertman S. A. Goodman I. S. Shapoff Joe Cohen S. J. Halperih Co. Chairmen S. Aahkanazy Ralph Bargtell Donald F. Rubin Jennie Van Meier Arthur Sache RESTAURANTS Sam Kaplan Wm. Silverman Ed Snyder Co-Chairmen RETAIL STORES 6am Silver Chairman SHOES Abraham Blatt Max Nankin Co-Chairmen Jacob Epstein Hal Hertz Irving Rothman SOCIAL BERVICE WELFARE WORKERS Mr*. BenJ. Meyars Chairman Leo Allen Mre. Leo Alpert Mi** Etta Andur Charlea Cohen Mi** Bernice packman Mre. Finkleatein Ml** Adeline Fried Mra. Abe Oanne* Abe Goldman M.sa Betty Oo |db B Mias Helen Oraubert Rabbi Murray Orauer Maurice Groesman Mre. Maurice Oroasman Mitt Naomi Groaman Mia* Ida HIMman Qua Jacobion Mre. Kakovaky Morris Klaaa Rabbi Leon KrSjJ** Rabbi irvlnt Lehrman Perry Marke Walter Mayer* Rabbi Albert M |eh,l, .,, S.bb. Joeeph *'<*Z y Mlea M*tB_ **!5? MS.a Sara •*•*** Rabbi Ma •"•£''? Lionel JSHverma" George Tllnoff Mr. Miriam Tu"f* Rabbi Colman Zwitm.



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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 /7 AMPAIGN APR! d their time and effort to the suepast efforts and their continued fy.... If YOU haven't made your contoo late to make your pledge and Director nit PfOUT and lift [Unit Mr*. Amos Benjamin Mrs. Howard Berger Mrs. Dorothy Barglda Mre. Max Bargman David Barkken Irving Blrnbcrg Mra. M. I. Block A. Bramaon Mra. Frad Braz Mra. Sarah Branaon Mra. Roaa Brody Mra. Murray Buah M. Buxbaum Mra. Raa Chanoek William P. Charnov Mra. Lewii Chaatar Lao W. Chulock Miaa Alice Cohan Mra. laidora Cohan Hana Coleman Mra. Wm. Cootnar Alvin Corenblum Mra. Maurice Corenblum Mra. Hy Covarman Lillian Crook Mra. William Danzinger Mra. Nathan Davldow Mra. Judith Dixon Mra. Dubin Mra. Bernice Dublar Petty Dutkln Philip L. Eckelaon Mra. Eleanor I. Eichanbaum Mra. Adolph Feldman Mra. J. R. Feldman Mra. Selma Feldman Mra. Yetta Feldman Mr*. Frank Flahbeln Mr*. Martin Fiahman Mr*. Sam Friedman Mr*. Wm. Frl*dman Mr*. Basale Gabriel Louie Qaden Mra. Sam Qaltner Mra. A. B. Oillman I. Oilman Mra. I. Oilman Bear A. Olazreff Mra. Sally Olovsr 8. Cluck A. Oold Mr*. A. Oold Adale Goldberg Ben Ooldhagen Mra. Jerry Ooldman Mr*. Sam Ooldman Mr*. I. H. Qoldmann Mra. Ethal Ooldatain Mra. Frad Ooldatain Mra. Herman Goodman Mra. Rita Gordon Mr*. Dorothy Green Ed. Oreenbaum Mra. Barbara Oraanbarg H. Oraenberg Mr*. Joaeph Oraenberg Mr*. Ray Greenberg William H. Gron.r Mra. B. Qroaa Dorothy Greene Oscar Greene Mra. Ban Grossman B. Qrudin Miaa Norma HIII Mr*. A. W. Harris Mr*. Ida Hartz Mra. A. A. HaytJen Mra. William Hachlar Mra. E. Hinkaa Mra. Leo Hohauaar Mra. Morrla B. Horwitr Solomon laaenberg Morrla Jacoba Mra. Eather Kahn S. Kahn Mra. Simon Kahn Mra. Helen Kaplan Hyman Kaplan Mra. Ida Kargar Mra. Elizbeth Karp Mr*. Kenneth Kaaaelman Mra. Ruth Katzif laidora Kaufman Mra. Joseph Keller Joeeph Keller Mrs. Minnl* Keller Mr*. J. Keetenbaum Mra. Murray Klraehenbaum Frank Kline Mra. Minnie Klin* M. J. KopelowiU L. Kornfleld Mra. Fanni* Kostiner Barbara A. 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Samuel Traurig rSS &org. 0 W..dbaum K r rri J ac^b r wa r ...rm.n SSw. R"th Weinberger Mrs. Florence Weiner Miss isabelle Weiner j. Weiner Milton Weiner Mr*. Melvin VVeinkie Mr*. 8. J. W.in.t.in Louie Welntraub I, walaman Edward WeiM Mrs. Joaeph Weiea Jules Weiea Samuel Weitzman Mrs. Ida Wessel Mrs. Belle Wee.on Mr*. Whlthaua Mrs. Bstty Wl*e Joe Zall* Samuel Zatman Oscar Zeltzer Mre. Harriet Zimmerman Mre. David Ugent David Ugent Mrs. Gertrude Bott Mre. Latka M. Latka Mra. Maurice Lefcoe Maurice Lefcoe Mra. L. Mendesohn L. Mendesohn Frank Rose Mra. Morrie Simon Jack Weiser BEACH MAJORS Mre. Morris Alpert Mra. Harold Aualander Joeeph Ountov Miss Clara Goldenberg Bea Kaletein Walter Kovner Mra. Joseph Mintzes Judge Kenneth Oka BEACH CAPTAINS Mra. Benjamin Appei Mre. Anna R. Berow Mrs. Edith Broida Mrs. Lionel Carpel Irving Cypen Miss Evelyn Decky Mre. Abe Dorf Mrs. Leo Elkin Mre. Minnie Epstein Mrs. L. Feinstin L. Feinstin Mrs. Maurice Gans Maurice Qana Mrs. Ruth Oeller Mre. Leonard Glickman Mra. Lillian Gans Mrs. George Goldberg Joaeph Goldberg M. Goldin Mra. Harry Holland Mrs. Ada Joseph Sam Katz Dr. Seymour Kreisler Mrs. Louie Marcus E. Markow Mr*. Murray Maurer Mra. Lillian Mllbouer Joel Newman Mra. Stanley Philips Mra. Harry Platoff Mra. H. Rattner Morton Ruesack Abe Samkin Mra. Harry N. Schiff Mra. Bob Schwartz Mra. Herbert Schwarz Herbert Shapiro S. W. Shapiro Miae Frieda Shifman Mra. Sol Silverman Mra. Manuel Tannenbaum Mra. Lena Weiner Mre. Maurice L. Zareteky Harold Zinn Harry Zuckernick BEACH WORKERS Jack A. Abbott Mrs. Jack Albin Mra. Fred Abrama Mra. H. Abromowltz Mr. Wm. Agranove Salli* Alexander L. Bakerman Abe Bealolenki Mra. Barney Beckerman Mr*. Roae Beibin Mre. A. B. Berman Anna Bernteln Harry Berntein Mr*. David Blank Mra. lea Bookapan Mra. Mabel Branaome Mra. Edith Brenner William Brody Ruth Brothman Mra. Celia Brown Jean Brown Mra. Clara Bruthholtz E. A. Burg Jules Channing Martin Chochem Mre. J. Cholodenko J. Cholodenko Mra. Sam Coolik Mr*. Ernestine Cooperwaaser Mra. Herman Corrsin Mra. Florence Cromer Yetta Davidaohn Beaulah Davia Arthur Degutz Israel Diamond Mra. Esther Dorochlnkey Sam Drexler Mra. I. A. Ourbin Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich Mra. Joe Ehrlich Mre. Sally Elitzer Moses A. Emanuel Mre. Henry Engel Mre. Arthur England Louia Falk Mra. Aaron Farr Miae Minnie Feinberg Sara Felneteln Mre. Theodore Firestone Mrs. Malcolm Firat Mollie Fisher Bella Fiehman Use Ftankel j. M. Freedman Fannie Freemark Miaa Ann Friedberg Mra. Friedman Lillian Friedman M. J. Friedman Pauline Friedman Mra. Ruth Friedman Mra. Emma Friend Mri. Bernard C. Fuller Mra. Lena Qansndia Katharine Oer Reuben Gerbert Mr*. Adolph Oinsburg Mr*. Ruth L. Olatt Dr. Samuel H. Qluekman Mrs. Sarah Oold Mr*. Goldberg 1U Mrs. F. Goldberg IsiJcre Goldberg Alex Goldblatt Mrs. Marsha Goldfarb laidor Goldman Mrs. Harry Goodman Hetty S. Goldstein Mrs. Rachel Goldstein Nm Gcldstrom Miss Maybell Goodman Mrs. S. Goodman Mra. I. Goodatein Mra. A. Goodwin Mrs. Elaine Gordon Ray Gordon Sarah Gordon Mrs. Celia Goae Mra. Shirley Grayeon Mrs. Pearl Graz Mrs. Abraham Oreenberg Mrs. Morris Hahn Mrs. N. H. Hankoff Mrs. Celia Herman William Hertz Nate Herzka Simon Hill Mrs. Irving S. Hinjich S. Hochberg Mrs. Max Hoffman Max Hoffman Helen M. Jeffrey Mrs. Fred Jonas Rebecca Jonkel Mrs. Rose Jonkel Mrs. Evelyn Kahn Mrs. Freda Kalstein Mrs. Anna Kaplan Mrs. Isaac Kaplan Mrs. Lena Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Mrs. Rachel Katz Mrs. F. Kaufman Mrs. Mollie Kaufman Mrs. Yetta Keirstein Mrs. Pearl Klotz Josepn A. Kogos Irvin Korach Mrs. Sam Koslen Sam Koslen Mrs. Harry Kraff Mrs. JacoD Krantz Alfred Kreisler Mrs. Louis Krensky Mrs. Moses Kriegor Mrs. H. Laibson Lillian Lanberg Mrs. J. Lawrence Mr*. J. Leaderman Mrs. Ethel Lesowoder Mrs. Levin Mr*. Beckie Levin Mr*. Ziporah Levine Mr*. Aaron Liebman Mrs. Eugenia Lillienfeld Mr*. Fannie Lipahitz Mrs. William Loeb Mrs. Roae Luatig S. Lyons Herbert Markow Mrs. S. W. Mayaer Mrs. Joseph Mazo H. Mazor Mrs. Mendelson Max Meseer Miss May Micheleon Clara Miller Mrs. Bessie Mlntz Janette Morgan Albert Naness Mr*. Harry Nelson Mr*. S. Neuwirth Godfrey K. Newman Mr*. Nathan Newman Max Novack Paul Paetro Mr*. L. Pa I lot William Paull Mra. Sonia Peike* Mr*. Earl Pertnoy Mra. L. Piatrich Mrs. J. Plotkin Mrs. Harry Polaaky J. Pollack Mrs. Douglaa Raff Mra. Francea Rakoff Mra. Harold Rand Mra. Rappoport M. Ratner Mre. Freda Rich B. Rlfkind Mr*. Samuel Rogow Leo Rose Mre. Joaef N. Rosen Mrs. Jack Rosenberg Maurice Rosenberg Montague Rosenberg Mra. Ray Roaenblatt Julius Roaenatein Max Rosenstein Mr*. Albert Ro*enthal Mra. Lelia E. Rosenthal Mra. Harry Rubin Mra. Z. I. Sabahin Dr. Z. I. Sabshin Reva Sage Mra. Fred Saled Mr*. Cora Samuels Miaa Charlotte Saul Augusta Q. Schachtar Mra. S. Schankman Mra. Jay R. Schwartz Mra. Jennie Schwartz Mra. Nat Schwartz Mra. Pearl Schwartz Mra. Henry Seitlin Henry Seitlin Mra. Mania Shabaia Mra. Morrie Shapiro Mra. Louie Sherman Mra. S. Seubin Mra. M. 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Covner John Curnin Imrich Eichenbaum Miriam Eichenbaum I. Geratenfeld Albert Levick Howard Margoli* Morris Rutkln Sam Schulefand Harold Georgo Shapiro Mra. Harold G. Shapiro Lawrence Simkin Mra. Charlee Weintraub Charles Weintraub NON-SOLICITATION UNITS VOLUNTEERS Mrs. John Temple Mr*. Leonard Wien Co Chairmen Ada Friedman Mildred Krupaaw Reba Shapsee ARRANGEMENTS Mra. Sol Lealie Mra. Herbert E. Sober Co-Chairman RATING Harry Blumin Sldnry Lefcourt Co-Chairmen SPEAKERS Mr*. Max Dobrln Mr*. Dorothy Fink Co-chairmen Dr. David S. Andron Saul Aahkenazy David Cataman George Chertkof Miaa Celia Dobrin Mra. Florence Flnkeliteia Abe Cannes Mra. Louia Glasser Mr*. BenJ. Goldetein E. Max Goldatein Abe Goodman Mra. Abraham Ooodman I. R. Goodman Rabbi Murray Qrauar Maurice GroSeman Qua Jacobson Mra. Leon Kaplan Rabbi Leon Kroniah Mra. Irving Lehrman Rabbi Irving Lahrman Mra. Sol H. Lealia Mr*. Isaac Levin Mra. Leo Levin Mra. Alfred Mamlet Mr*. Harry Marcus Rabbi Mosee Mescheloff Mr*. Benjamin Meyers Mra. H. C. Moaer Mra. Stanley C. Myers Max Orovitz Rabbi Joe. E. Rackovaky Burnett Roth Mra. Harry Rubin Seymour Rubin Mra. Monte Selig Monte Selig Mr*. Maurice Serotta Harold Shapiro Rabbi Max Shapiro Herbert E. Scher Mr*. BenJ. Sherry Harry Simonhoff Mrs. Sam Simonhoff Wm. D. Slngar Jean Torbin Mra. Louia Touby Dr. Joseph Weidberg 8. Weissbuch Herman Wapman Mra. Nat William* Rabbi Cotman Zwitman PUBLICITY Mra. H. B. Spaet Chairman I' '• "r.



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PAGE TEN *Jenistfhrid^r TELLS PALESTINE STORY Renven Dafni, mayor of the settlement of Ein Geb on the Sea of Galilee ind high ranking officer of the Uaganah, who hat just arrived in this country from the Jewish Homeland, is bringing the story of Palestine to communitiet throughout the U. S. under the JUS. pices of the 5250,000,000 United Jew. ish Appeal. Political Roundup J. Edwin Lars n pres treasurer and si commissioner for the p I years, is .-electiol a guardian of pul son states he h pie of Flori his record to p: sperienced measures up t the office Before being In 1941. L at : Ke; Clay iinl :'.\e Univ collegi U.S. Intel %  • % %  In lition %  and •: %  his C... .-.-:: now holds, hi Jr. Hadassah Installs Miss Rosalynn Drosd ynn Dr sd n installed as president of Miami Junior Hadassah chapter at their tallation tea S .lay. 4 p m in the Garden 2215 S.W. 8th St. Other officers to be :.: -Elaine Sa hi firsl vice pres Miss Audre; pres.; Miss Ruth Carp, third Miss Es.' %  :...E sec.; Miss Rita R >sen erg rec. M %  '.-... a Palli.••.:. fin. sec. Mrs. Dr.ipkm ar.a Mrs. s^r.. r advis :.-. will the installation. ELECT AN EXPERIENCED CONSTABLE MEMBER ELKS—AMERICAN LEGION | AND VET OF FOREIGN WARS HARRY S. HIGGINS Your Present Constable District 5 Miami Beach—Surfside Sunny Isle—Golden Beach Pol. ad pd. for by friends | "H • force:: Dade cou:I week. "A am of Is v..U am Sheriff."" he enforcement I offer twenty' %  '• the ] ; unty." One of h %  of or.. I to be equipped and : the Police a^ %  a force wou case of huri %  : %  Mi] s i : she iff h Iquarl have been opened at 2134 N.W, FRIDAY, A PRix 2 The mlgrat ry cri lutes tl to law and order in Dade cording to Robert R. T count;. licitoi Tl his office show our local ::iure law-abiding I those of othei country," he stated. "It is 1 who follow the tourisl • ; L -%  Ml ] ; ;..:.... | our future and it luire the help of all oui as well as police officials, to comoat it.'' Taylor ibited by :: %  ::. | Tnat must be don. officers, ... ibles, etc. who then I sworn charges in h. ::. Qnh PERRINE PALMER, JR., has qualified as a candidate for Dade county sheriff with the pledge to "clean-up the gangster sr.d hoodlum element which has moved in on us." The successful veteran and businessman— who made an outstanding record as Mayor of Miami—states that he has three children, and that he does not "intend to see them brought up in such an atmos* phere." prosecution. A rmitted to file 4es. way to stop crime ninals" is his and his official record ret 92 per cent of con•. all cases tried. He has 41,000 cases in the 16 he has held the office. Sunday Schools Start New Debate Series %  -, teams of the Miami Beach Jew.-:-. CYnter and Beth p >sed each other on the v,d: The Sundav I Plays Beneficial Role in • Sunday. live team consisted of an i D ris Rosenbaum of Bi ach Jewish Center: Ruth Saal and Lewis of Beth David. Judg. s ..• re Dr. M. Lipkinri • n and Eh Hurwitz A. P. G :.: was chairman. .: Beach Jewish Center %  •' n the first round. The is are to meet again n a! ^ •' weeks, and other 'ill be challenged tt in debates. WARREN Fuller M.iiiM ii Says: "I am absolutely opposed to a general sales tax, and as governor will veto any bill imposing such a tax. FULLER WARREN SOUTH FLORIDA CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR I Adv. ELECT R. B. "BUNN" GAUTIER STATE SENATOR WORLD WAR II VETERAN JLIFE LONG RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY benefits to teachers. GAUTIER vojt nd additi !" l to the aged, ,he blind andI nTed? ^^^ bene '" Elect R. B. "BUNN" GAUT& You^ta* Senator — I>< "Political Adv. COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES IGOR GORIN, Baritone TUESDAY. APRIL 6th. 8:30 P.M. Miami Beach High School Tickets S3.00 Including Tax Telephone Mil] Auipicet Y. M. A Y. W. H. A. of Miami Beach Twintieth Anniversary Tear UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MOfleSte AllOO, Mu-.cal D.rccro. MURIEL KERR Plamst SUNDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 4th. 4:30 MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 5th. 8:30 RESERVED SEATS—*3.60—$2.50—41.75—tl.50 FIRST MIAMI APPEARANCE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA KARL Kit! I 4.1 II Conduclor SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 3rd. 8:30— MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL WAGNER—BRAHMS—DEBUSSY—STRAUSS Ticket* now: Sym. Office—-5812 U. Downtown Office -3-2317 More law enforcement experience than all other candidates combined! "As sheriff I will have an auxiluary force of capable citizens to prevent looting and disorder during flood or hurricane! VOTE FOR RAY MILLS YOUR CANDIDATE for SHERIFF ri'ald for by friends of Raj Mllli) 1 It's Time For Your SPRING VACATION SAFETY HARBOR SPA —off season rates effective now— The ideal spot for that much needed rest and recreation. Luxurious surroundings, swimming in beautiful outdoor, mineral-waters pool. Twenty acres of landscaped grounds. Massages, steam and cabinet baths, osteopathic treatments; compatible diets under direction of trained dieticians. For Reereation Rest Rejuvenation come to the SAFETY II A RBOR SPA Salem H. Baranoff, Director SAFETY HARBOR. FLORIDA 6 miles East of Clearwater • To the Yoters of Dade County VOTE FOR CHARLES H. WINKLEMAN REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP NO. 1 "Your Support Appreciated" PI Politic*! Ad.



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FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1948 +Jewish flcrld/lam PAGE ELEVEN abbi Lehrman to Discuss Palestine at holem Lodge; Other Groups Active An address by Rabbi Irving ehrman on the critical state of Palestine question will feate the next meeting of Sholem ,odge Men and Women at Kapjn Hall, Temple Israel on Tueslay. April 13, at 8:15 p.m. iii response to many requests Ly B'nai B'rith members in this Irca for an authoritative descripof recent Palestine developu-nts as well as a summary of United Nations action regardg partition and the position of \ie American State Department, Sholem Lodge program comyttee has called on Rabbi Lehriian to present this message to Is member*. Also featured on the program till be the presentation of a tonze plaque for outstanding fork and devotion to B'nai B'rith ttivities to Sam Silver, past presBent. Burnett Roth will make the Eesentatibn address. E. Albert Pallot, past president Sholem Lodge and. a member the National Veterans Committee of B'nai B'rith will ofCiate as installing officer for new panel of officers to serve lorn April 1st, 1948 to March 1949. I Miss Arline Perry and Burton lichaels of Miami Senior High. Bnners of the high school deate contest sponsored by Sholem odfie will be guests of Sholem's Ivic affairs committee at this Iceting. All new officers and Lstees of Sholem Lodge are rebested to gather at 7:30 p.m. for photograph of the group. through 11th at the Hillel House 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., it has been announced by Rabbi Albert Michaels, director of the Foundation here. Hillel leaders from North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida will gather in conference to plan activities for student youth in their respective states. Miss Betty Alvin, student chairman of the convention here, announced that the proceedings arc open to the public. [A regular meeting of the North hore Lodge B'nai B'rith will be eld on Monday, 8:15 p.m., at emple Beth Sholom. President J. Kaplan will announce comjttee appointments and the by-laws will be read and boptcd by the members. (North Shore Women's Chapter to meet at the same time in tether part of the Temple to tun a social affair jointly with Be men's group. j Coral Gables Lod.ge will sponkr an observance of Pan Amerin Day at their next regular tceting on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. at pllel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon llvd. 1 The program will feature a dis(ission led by Eduardo F. Reyes, Bthority on inter-American culliral and commercial relations, iject of his talk will be "Disassion for Understanding of i-Americanism" and will be illowed by a question and bswer period in which the audince will participate. Also schedJed is an address by Miss Pearl told, student of Hispanic Cul|re and a contributor to many tional magazines on this subit She will speak on "Why I Interested in Inter-American Iffairs." President Leonard Spiegel will produce the speakers. Judge Ross Williams will formally present the B'nai B'rith Citizenship trophy to Miami Senior High school honoring the achievements of Miss Arline Perry and Burton Michaels who recently won the Dade County Debating contest sponsored by Sholem Lodge. An assembly of all students has been called for 8:40 a.m. in the main auditorium at which time the victorious debaters will receive gold loving cups in recognition of their forensic ability in debating the negative side of the question "Resolved That the Marshall Plan Will Promote World Peace." The students and a representative of Miami High school will leave for Washington. D. C. on Sunday. April 11, where they will be the guests of Senators Claude Pepper and Spessard Holland and Representative George A. Smathers. They are to attend sessions of the House and Senate and visit historical points of interest in the nation's capitol. The contest has been for the second year under the direction of Jerome Weinkle, chairman, and Sidney Aronovitz, co-chairman of the Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith Committee on Public Affairs. A "B'nai B'rith Night" is scheduled for the next regular meeting of Tropical Lodge on Monday, 8 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. Speaker of the evening will be Harold Turk, president of the B'nai B'rith Council in Greater Miami. Serving on the arrangements committee are Mike Sussman, Seymour Brenner, Bob Goodman, and Harry Cygielman. Tropical Lodge will sponsor a membership social on Saturday, 8 p.m. at Beth Sholom Temple, according to an announcement by Gershon Miller, membership chairman. An amateur variety show will be presented by the members of the lodge. Refreshments will be served by a committee headed by A. Budd Cutler. Assisting Miller with arrangements for the evening are Sol Genet and Eugene Weiss. George J. Talianoff, Florida Regional director of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith, will address the members of the Sholem Lodge Luncheon Club today at 12:15 p.m., at the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. Preliminaries in the second annual B'nai B'rith Girls debate tournament sponsored by Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith Women will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach Y. Qualifying debaters will meet in the finals on Sunday evening, April 18 at the Beach Y at which time the revolving bronze plaque will be awarded to the winning group and individual prizes given to the winners. Miss Betty Ann Weintrub of Rose Chapter is c'lairman of the debate contest. The public is invited free of CiOlgf Coral Gables women of B'nai B'rith have appointed delegates to the B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami, it has been anllfiai"!! :i :"! HOTEL OWNERS Who are in need of a CANTOR to conduct their Passover Services PLEASE CALL 58-4957 Hillel Foundations of B'nai prith will hold their Southeastregional conference April 9th JACOB SCHACHTER PRESENTS MAURIC E SCHWARTZ (Distinguished Director and Star of the Yiddish Art Theatre of New York) Accompanied by String Ensemble In His World Renowned Characterization of J. L. Peres—Sholem Aleichem—Sholom Ash—I. J. Singer— J. D. Berkowitz—J. Prager—and others with Music by Joseph Rumshinsky — Boris Cojjan An evening of HUMOR — SONG AND DRAMA This will be Mr. Schwartz' one and only appearance in Miami Beach Tickets $2.50 — $3.00 SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1948. 8:30 P. M. Miami Beach High School Auditorium Tickets on Sale at Grossinger's Pancoast Hotel, Collins Avenue at 29th Street, and London Arms Hotel, 727 Collins Avenue assover CHEWITZ MANISCHEWITZ GEFULTE FISH Kosher for Passover MATZOMEAL FARFEL CAKE MEAL-EGO MATZO WHOLE WHEAT MAT20 noo -naa5 £. nounced by the newly elected president Mrs. Nathan Bloom. Named to serve for one year with Mrs. Bloom are Mrs. Lawrence Simkins, and Mrs. A. W. Harris. WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 5:45 to 6:30 P. M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC MANISCHEWITZ titto, WINE %  011110 Wmi CO, l< U*I-:A f-ooD -. H F W t %  S •. t W SAM PICCIOLO Formerly of MIAMI BEACH %  I. W! h*



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PAGE TWELVE > Jewls* fkrkMW FRIDAY. APRH Personally Speaking... Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner of Miami are returning Sunday from a 10-day trip to Naesau. + Mrs. Isadore Rosegarten, Mrs. Sadie Goldsmith and her son, Dave, all of New York City, are spending their Easter vacation in Miami Beach. While here they are being entertained by members of their family, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Retskin, Al Retskin and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Newman, operators of the Pierce and Scranton hotels in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W. Nth St., have as theii house guest, Mrs. Jack Rochman of Brooklyn, a sister of Mrs. Gans. Sam Seitlin is returning Tuesday from a business trip to New York. + Mrs. Fannie Weinstock of 1826 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, is traveling to Europe where she will visit her son, Lajos Husiar, who is ill in Budapest, Hungary. For her first trip to Europe in 12 years she plans to remain until August. Mr. Weinstock is operator of the Rector hotel, Bay Rd., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, 1444 S.W. 5th St. have as their house guests Mrs. Lieberman s brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goldman of Hillside, N. J., and their son and daughter. Donald and Arlene. Mrs. Freda F. Newman, formerly of Miami Beach, has moved to her new residence at 2008 W. Flagler St. + Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chaplain at their home, 1036 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heller and the!r sons, Gary and Arthur, from Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mrs. Chaplain is a sister of Mrs. Heller. Miss Minnie McWhorter of Miami is leaving today to visit relatives in and about Atlanta, Ga. + Mrs. Bernard Gelbert of Miami is recovering from a short illness during which she was confined to Jackson Memorial j hospital. Both David Purlin Hall Sunday Eve Final Plans for the Both David annual Purim ball were consumated at a brunch held in the home of Mrs. Harry August, publicity chairman. The costumei affair is to take place Sunday. April 4 at 8 p.m. in the new Miami Y, 1567 S.W. 5th St. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer and Mr and Mrs Samuel J. August, general chairmen of the affair. heard reports from Mr. and Mrs E D Merlin, ticket chairmen, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ste.bel on prizes for dance contests and novel costumes. Information on costumes may be secured by calling Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rovin, costume chairmen. Mr. and Mrs. 1 H. Castle are in charge of refreshments. Weiner Bar Mitzvah Edward Weiner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiner of H07 Meridian avi.. Miami Beach was Bar Mitzvah in Miami Beach Jewish Community Center March 11., Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated A reception was held March 14 in honor of the Bar Mitzvah for close friends and relatives. Over 75 guests attended the affair in the Weiner home at 6461 Indian Creek dr've Afr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer D. J. Conroy To Attend | Post Office Adds Help Tuberculosis Association Schwartz Seen At Beach High j Residents and visitors of Greater Miami will be able to see the! famous Jewish actor, Maurice Schwartz, director of the Yiddish Art Theatre in New York City, when he appears in an evening of music, drama and humor Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach High school auditorium Jacob Schachter is sponsor of the program. Now completing his 29th year with the theatre in New York, Schwartz is best known for character parts as Yoshe Kalb. Brothers Ashkenazi and Shylock and His Daughter. He will relive these and other favorites in next Sunday's show. Tickets for the performance may be purchased at the London Arms hotel, 727 Collins Ave., or Washington Radio Store. 657 Washington Ave., both on Miami Beach. CAR STORAGE RIGHT DOWNTOWN! Reasonable Rates Protect Your Car for Longer, Dependable Service MACK'S GARAGE EXPERT REPAIRS 56 S. W. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-9908 i;ii'ii* Weisses Hold Open House Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss have invited friends of the family to attend a reception Sunday in their new home at 1561 Lenox ave.. apt. 10, where they have resided since returning from a | honeymoon in New York a few j weeks ago. Open house will be ; held from 3 to 7 p.m. The former Miss Bernice Fox. J daughter of Mrs. Marion Fox of j Philadelphia and Mr. Weiss were 1 married in that city March 2. His I parents are Rev. aand Mrs. Joi seph Malek, Miami Beach. Mrs. Fox served as her I daughter's matron of honor and the bride's brother. Arthur, was best man. Mrs. Weiss received her schooling in Philadelphia and attended Temple university. A resident of Miami since 1935. the bridegroom attended St. John's university and is now studying at the University of Miami Law school where he is a member of the Debate council and of the Nu Beta Epsilon, legal honorary. A veteran of three years with the Air Force. Weiss is a charter member of Tropical lodge, B'nai B'rith and on the faculty of Temple Beth Sholom Sunday school. Miamians attending the wedding ceremony included the groom's mother and a sister. Miss Lillian Malek. Directors of the Dado County Tuberculosis association have 'named Dan J. Conroy jr., presi: dent of the organization, it was announced. Conroy, chairman of the 1947 Christmas seal campaign, reported at the meeting held in the association's offices in the Langford building, that the final total for the sale was $67,763.85. Other officers chosen at last Saturday's meeting included: U'enicT Brooks Brooks Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. David Brooks of 440 14tr St.. Miami Beach, announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son Harold Jay. tomorrow morn ing in Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address the confinnand. A reception follows the services in the social hall of the center HARRY GORDON oi the GORDON FUNERAL HOME Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support of Joseph L. PLUMMER Candidate ior BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — DISTRICT NO. 4 "I think that he is eminently qualified for this position and will give Dade County a fai superior administration than heretofore. THE VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE Pd. Political Adv. Zionists Plan Annual Dinner Annual dinner-dance of the Miami Zionist district will take place this year in the Little Roumania Theatre Restaurant. 1610 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Tuesday evening April 20. Dinner is to begin at 6:30 p.m. According to Mr. and Mis Harry Gordon, general chairmen of the affair, price of admission ncludes dinner, dancing, the floor show as well as the attendant's donation to the Zionist cause. Proceeds are to go to the Zionist Emergency Fund. Included on the program is the entire cast of the Little Roumania show. Assisting the Gordons on the arrangements committee are Burnett Roth. Isidor Langner. Jerome Weinkle. Sam D.ckson and Harry Simonhoff. Reservations for $25 per couple and information may be secured by calling Gordon at 3-3431 or Roth, 9-3458. Hugh Emerson, Miami pnjU master announced that 11 addJ tional mail handlers will go J work April 16 in the main offo to take-care of increased volm. of business in the office. An add> tional 12 parcel post carrerswm put on duty this past week. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, fial vice-president; Jack Erntmal second vice-president; Mrs. Thai E. Grady, secretary; Harry T-1 Retalick, trea.siirer. and Dr Wl| McKibhen, presider.t-cmeritu! This man is earningBeach Installs Chapter Free Sons Of Israel A Miami Beach chapter of the Free Sons of Israel will be inGrand Master Irvin Fellerman who will fly here from New York tor the ceremony. RrlnS post u wl11 be named the B.cnde.s chapter. n honor of Louis D. Brandeis, first JewiS Supreme Court justice. RUTH BROTMAN ...-. Music Laureate AMn v?i2 G IN SINGING ON HIS CHASE FEDERAL INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT Your idle money will earn 2% at Chase Federal while you enjoy the tun Chase Federal pays. 2*1 par annum currant dividends on insured savings accounts Accounti opened on or before the 10th of the month earn ai of the first of the month Chase Federal Savings Account! ate legal investments ior trust funds, including fund* held by guardians, administrators, and executors Whether your Savings Account is large or small, it will receive the most competent eervice in a friendly atmosphere. Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN j MseeecM ovei %u lilt UNCOIN IOAO ONI-NAir IIOCK !*•• o' i T 0" %  I %  I %  I A C %  Mt teens s.ssss •HSffjssjSsj c • C 11 MINTS. •rnUi" •



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DAY. APRIL 2. 1948 Jen 1st florid'toil PAGE THIRTEEN Miami Beach's Mayor Marcie Liberman. received a S5.000 check from William H. Johnston, president of the Miami Beach Kennel Club. It's the Kennel club's contribution to the Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal. Phi Sigma Sigma |Plans 'Potpourri' Selections of skits to appear in Ithe Phi Sigma Sigma Potpourri, [inter-organizational varsity show |of the University of Miami, were (made this week. The show is to %  be presented in the Municipal lauditurium. April 17. Judged on the basis of originlality and presentation, the following organization's skits were listed as finalists: Delta Phi EpIsilon, Pi Lambda Phi, MICA, DelIta Gamma, Chi Omega, Alpha lEpsilon Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha, AlIpha Epsilon Phi and Phi Epsilon IPi. A silver loving cup will be awarded to the winning fraternity and sonority. Pni Sigma Sigma, the sponsoring organization, will not enter the competition, but will weave a themt between the skits, tying the shew together. Last year's affair appeared on the University campus in the Richmond campus auditorium, Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity emerging the winner. According to an announcement by the sponsoring sorority, increased student interest made it necessary to engage the larger hall this year. Tickets for the second annual Potpourri v/ent on sale Monday for $1.50, tax included. They may be purchased from any membei of Phi Sigma Sigma or at the door the night of the show. Proceeds will be distributed among local and national charities. County Cancer Clinic To Begin Construction Construction of the D a d e County Cancer Clinic will be started next week, society officials announced. Contract for the work was signed Monday by society officers and the Gust K. Newberg Construction company, which submitted a low bid of $171,000. Calling for completion of the work within six months, the contract provides that the clinic be built on a five-acre tract ear Jackson Memorial hospital, leased from the city for a 99-year period. The clinic will be a one-story building, built so that additional stories can be added at a later date. A complete cancer hospital is the society's ultimate aim. Leonard A. Wien, campaign chairman, said Monday that contributions received thus far justify beginning of construction, but said the society was "redoubling efforts" to reach its goal. During construction, the society will maintain headquarters at 800 N. E. Second ave., headquarters for the fund-raising campaign. Xew Foundation To Aid Paralytics Establishment of a non-profit foundation for the rehabilitation of spastic paralytics is the objective of a new organization chartered last week by Circuit Judge Ross Williams. The Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc., is the name of the new organization, composed mainly of parents of youngsters afflicted with the disease commonly known as spastic paralysis. Officers of the group are Irving Goldman, president; Mrs. Louise Crebbs, vice-president; Mrs. Edward Weiss, secretary; Mrs. J. G iKnapp, treasurer. More than 150 children suffering from the disease already are listed by the new organization. Mrs. Weiss, telephone 3-5569. asks parents and friends of victims cf the disease to call her if they are interested in furthe-ing objectives of the group. Have You REGISTERED? BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 3 Masada Masada will hold an election of officers at their next meeting at the Miami Beach "Y" Sunday at 8:30 p.m. A film will feature the program of the meeting. WATCH FOR HARRY SIMONHOFF'S "COMMENTS" MAKE OFFER Unit Bldgt. near 8.W. Synagogue PRICE $23,000 AI o lot* in that district for sale to be built on RUSSELL REALTY Room 407, Congreta Bldg. Phone 82-7831-39 COLIN ENGLISH BELIEVES EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR A GOOD EDUCATION The welfore and educotion of Florido'i children hat been the life work of Colin Engliih. During hi. three term. a. State Superintendent of Public Induction, he hat raited the quality of Florida'! public tchool program from tubttandord level, to well above the national average. Florida'! pretent educational tyttem now wrve. o. a pattern for twenty-wven other Hate.. The pro.perity of ony country, .tote or community depend, directly upon the education of it. children. Educotion i. good bu.in.a... it', the be.t bvUne*. inve.tment a Hate can moke I WANTED: MEN TO SUPERVISE PASSOVER MILK CALL RABBI MESCHELOFF 5-1328 To protect our prewnt goin., and a..ure continued progreu in our educational program, we murt elect a Governor who will give M forceful and vigorou. leadership...* Governor who heart j. |e educotionl And, o.ide from hi. oul.tonding o.compli.hment. In the field of education. Colin Engli.h i. fully qualified now to fulfill *. *>*•' Chief e.ecu-iv of our fate. He ho. gained a thorough knowledge of governmental affair, through eleven year, of continuou. e.perience a. a member of the Governor'. Cabinet. during the odmini.trotloni of three governor.. A. Governor, he will not hove to spend voluoble month, feeling hi. woy oround getting ocquointed with the -job" of Governor. He know. now...and from the moment of hi. Inauguration, he will be o full-fledged Governor I Compare the e.perience. record of occompli.hment. and other qualification, of thoe Peking thi. high office, and you'll ogree that if. to the b..t inters*, of All Florida, that you vote for and COLIN ENG LIcSH GOVERNOR A ,,„. v ,, 4th Democroti. Primaries FCC Investigates WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Federal Communications Commission will consider charges that C. A. Richards, owner of radio station KMPC in Los Angeles, ordered newscasts slanted in an anti-Semitic manner, it was announced here. The FCC. said it would also investigate two other stations owned by Richards, WJR in Detroit, and WGAR in Cleveland. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE", NO. 20739. In Re: ESTATE OF VAN N. KENT, also known as VAN XKSS KENT, also known as V. N. KENT, Deceased. To All Creditor! and All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you, are hereto) notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or i-ilher of you. may have against the estate of VAN N. KENT, a/k/a VAN NKSN KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, deceased late of MiihnnlriK Coulitv, Ohio, to the Hon. \V. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eitfht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred SetSection 120 of the 1933 Probate Act Date April 1st, A.D. 1948. OEORGINA RENT, As Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of VAN N. KENT, a/k/a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT. Deceased Ml I.TON A. FRIEDMAN 1021 Seybold Bldg. Attorney for Executrix 4/2-9-16-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Betty's Cleaners and Laundry al MM N. W. 78th Street, Miami, Florida. intends t.i register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE KARP Sole Owner. Myers, Helman and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicant I 9-18-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I-arle's Shoe Store at 2113 Coral Way. Miami, Fla.. 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 4/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t igage In business under the fictitious name of Tamlaml Hotel at 203 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Flotida, intend t" register said name with the Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERMAN Si'lll'l.:MAN MAX OOODMAN HARRY DIBTZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Ridg. 1/2-9-16-2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Ed's Toggery it 1.">S1 N \V. 3fith Street. Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A. EDGAR MILLER. Sola Owner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant I .'-9-16-2.1-20 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANTRY, No. 116(136. RAIA ADLER. Plaintiff, vs. ISRAEL ADLER, Defendant. TO: Mr. Israel Adler c/o David Adler 169 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file an appearance in the above divorce action ot\ or before May 3, 1246. therwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you In accordance with the laws of the State of Florida. DATED this 31st day of March. A.D. 194S E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD. Deputy Clerk ALFRED KRE1SLER Attorney for Plaintiff I0O9 Pan American Bank Building Miami, Florida 4/2-9-16-23 RE-ELECT / 'a VALC. CLEARV County Commissioner "A Dade County Man with a Dade County Heart" £ Val C. Cleary's 23 years oi Municipal and County Executive-Administrative Experience is Insurance oi Dignified and Capable Representation for Sound, Harmonious Government. No Matter Where you Vote in Dade County, you can Vote for Val C. Cleary. Candidate in District 5. PRIMARY MAY 4th Pd. Pollt. Adv. by Fi'lends of Val C. Cleary Have You REGISTERED?



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PAGE FOURTEEN 9-Jeniiffkrkf^r %  leach tenters Eleets Officers Joseph Iff, Rose. Miami Beach hotel owner, was re-elected president of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center at a meeting Monday. Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and Abraham Goodman are vicepresidents: Samuel Friedman, treasurer; Archie Brick, rec. sec: Oscar Mamber. fin. sec. Elected to the board for three years were Samuel E. Bernstein. George J. Talianoff. Nathan G Muriel Kerr Makes Third Local Appearance -;ing her third Miami pearance. Muriel will | for piano apKerr, pianist. Concerto in A minor and orchestra. Op M by Schumann with the University of Miami Symphony orchestra on lay at 4.30 p.m. and Monday at 8 30 p.m. in the Miami Senior High school auditorium. The orchestra under Conductor L Mintzer. Ed Singer. KaModeste A'.loo will present overthan Darsky and Morris Newture No. 3 to -Leonore" by Ludmark. Hvman Berman ar..-l G -z %  %  %  .-. %  van Beethoven: the Young nerg will serve on the board i Person's Guide to the Orchestra ne year. Variation* and Fugue on a theme —1 t Purcell) by Benjamin Britten: and Pines of Rome by Ottorino Miami Hadassah Begins R e ?pighi. Child Welfare Project FRIDAY. APRIL 2 ,, Kerr "' ami Hadassah's April 12 :> to be dev ti i I napk:n pro.iect of the Child Welfare ttee, according to an annour..-e--.er.: by Chairman Mn Harry G : .-: r. Featured or. the %  %  '•' %  '-'-' %  be Barry Gray, radi ann and R • M rii Go! li n ; nl mime artist Th • .. i :.:r; Sn< ^ n Kay Way n San meml :ed. her piano studies at the age c >over. m Regma. Canada, and only Beach Mizrachi Women Plan Anniversary Party one vear later gave a piano rental 3ecause of the limited music ng facilities in R e g ina. Muriel ; m: to Chicago to •; two years later her parents moved tot New York City le her with additional : r. her n %  • :• Miss Kerr rr.ade he:' New 1379 York debut at the age of seventeen, and her popularity grew so rapid; she made a concert tour of thirty c:*.:es the following year. Now she has appeared in stab in the country and recently returned from a tour abroad. NCJW To Elect Election of officers for the enwill highlight the next regular meeting of Miami Secn National Council of Jewish re pi innini : m party t foi I .... %  .. Wednesdav. April 7th. at! First Street. V. ill t to MiDetroit Symphony To Appear Here Detroit symphony orchesl a conducted by Karl Krueger will appear here for t time in Mia Sei iauditorium Saturda; .-ening at 8:30 p.m. Ft is • : %  '• University t Miami. Ranging in mood from the Prelude' to "L n" by Wagner to Richard Strauss' •'Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks." tomorrow ev< features Braham Firsl symphony in four ments Also included is an impressionist imber typical of Debussy. -La Mer." Tickets may be purcnased at the University Symphony office in Room 204 of the administration building, main campus, or at the downtown ticket office. 340 S.E. I'nveilintfs Unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late A. Samuel Bender will take place Sunday at 2 45 p m at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. \ ..ngements are under the of Harry Gordon of the Gordon Monument Co. A memorial to the memory of the late Sophie Drucker will be led Sunday at 2 p.m. in Mt. Nebo cemetery Rabbis Max i and Murray Grauer will ...te. An unveiling of a monument in memory of the late Emanuel Gluck will take place at Mt. Nebo at 11 a.m. with Rabbi Lazarus r officiating. Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. is in charge of arrangements for both ceremonies. ., a and friends are asked to attend. Fraternity Initiates N I man F. Solomon of Miami and Howard Weinstock, Miami Beach, were among the six men ted Wednesday evening, March 24. by Delta Sigma, colony of Zeta Beta au at versity of Florida. Solon^ secretary of the pledge,^ CLEARANCE SALE Sport Coats Cardigan* SLACK S We Fit the Hard toT ST! Silk Gabardine Suits $65 Values lo S125 Forstmann Silk Gabardine Slacks $20 %  $25 Values to $40 Daily 9 6; Sundays 11. 2 Upstairs Mfrs. Outlet tOQ llncm Rd. Bidg.. Ron li Eatntare On Penn. \\t., u'l Lincoln K ...I IK rlln>lph > Hi m i M ItmllT •-. vnndio IM am: H:h High sch %  n thi ingi %  %  • %  %  Lear Student Entertain I -%  %  | the Workmen's Circle to M~e Club Ev glades 1 regula 1 r at • The meetii at 8:15 p.m. -. -.-• %  :-%  : : : %  iE-Levine iuction 1.30 f n • the Surfside Hotel. Mrs Mane Volpe, director of i the University Symphony and C Myers, presiconcert P^gram. is in charge of: ient has requested that all chair' arran gements. Emanon Club To Hear Jewish Folk Chorus under •. • lirection of Louis Pov embers of the '. theii •• x: meet-' .r.g. Apr.l 7. 815 p.m. at the Mi-. ami YM & WHA. The musical pr z. i ing arranged by I Mr and Mrs Harvey Dw Ltltural chairmen of the group RE-ELECT HUGH PETERS to the COUNTY COMMISSION 14 Years of Able Public Service to the People oi Dade County as your Commissioner "STAND PAT WITH PATr AN EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO GAIN CONTROL OF YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH POLITICAL DICTATORSHIP— A VOTE FOR PETERS IS A VOTE FOR CONTINUED GOOD GOVERNMENT P UUc*l Adv. by Friend!, of HIV.II PETERS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER! Make your reservations now for a Glorious Holiday at the STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL 410 OCEAN DRIVE The well-known Cantor Malek will conduct the Seder Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accordance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone 5-4691. Your Hosts SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER &f NOW YOU CAN SEE IT — MOISHE OYSHER in "OVERTURE TO GLORY" u-ith HELEN BEVERLY Music by Alexander Olshanetsky Yiddish Dialogue Film with English Titles • • • Special Engagement at Regular Prices! TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. APRIL 6-7 HOME MILK TAKES PLEASURE In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with Kosher Milk For Passover Home Milk is the ONLY Milk Supervised and Endorsed by the GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH as PLAZA THEATRE SOUTH END OF WASH. AVE. MIAMI BEACH — OPEN 1:45 Kosher for Passover The following congregation, are affiliated member, of the w. ^eater Miami Vaad Hakashruth Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong—Rabbi Murray Grauer Beth David—Rabbi Max Shapiro Miami Beach Jewish Center-Rabbi Irving Lehrman R n, 2?? V** Sh lm-Rabbi Leon R. Kronish *etn ituah Congregation-Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky rwo**" 1 J0SEp H E. RACKOVSKY lector oi the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. take, pewonal care TELL YOUR **££££*& ORDER NOW PHONE 2-7696 MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION N. W. 7th Ave. at 24th St



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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 fJewist ftor/fditijn PAGE FIFTEEN LIVES OF OUR TIMES $P\jRIN M UNITED NATIONS PMESTIHE HEARINGS IN I9A7. THE WORLD CAME TO RECOGNIZE THE FERVENT, DRAMATIC VOICE OF THE MAN WHO SET THE STANMW FOB ZIONIST PLATFORM SFEECHES AND JEWISH PULPIT ORATORY DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER k, NORMAN >nd SOI NODa MI b. RHODA S SIMON BOW IN LITHUANIA IN 1893, SILVER CAME TO THE U.S.NINE YEMS lATEft.DETERMINED TO BECOME A R A&6I. IN 1915, HE GR W)U ATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI AND HEBREW UNION COLLEGE. BEFORE HE WAS 50.HE WAS OFFERED THE RABBINATE OF THE TEMPLE OF CLEVELAND.ONE OF THE LARGEST REFORM CONGREGATIONS IN THE U.5. SILVER TOOK A LEADING PART IN CLEVELAND'S CIVIC AFFAIRS. HE SPONSORED THE FIRST UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE LAW IN OHIO, WAS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION, AND WORKED FOR CHILD LABOR LEGISLATION. a %  amm DURING WORLD WAR I, SILVER WAS SENT TO FRANCE BY THE U.S. AT THE INVITATION OF THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT, WHICH LATER DECORATED HIM. &f f :.•: % % %  SILVER WORKED WITH DR.CHAIM WEI7MANN FOR THE CREATION OF THE JEWISH AGFNtt FOR PALESTINE IN 1929. BACK IN THE STATES, HE ORGANIZED THE ANTI-NAZI BOYCOTT WHEN tflER STARTED HIS REIGN OF TERROR. CHAIRMAN OF TW UNITED PALESTINE APPttl FROM 1938 ON.SILVFR ALSO SERVED SUBSEQUENTLY AS PRESIDENT OF THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION Of AMERICA. HE IS NOW CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL AND HEAD OF THE AMERICAN BRANCH OF THE JEWISHAGENCY EXECUTIVE. A PROLIFIC AUTHOR TWO OF HIS MOST POPULAR BOOKS WERE "RELIGION IN A CHANGING W0RLD."(I930) AND 'WORLD CRISIS AND JEWISH SURVIVAL,'(1941). TOOAY.AT THE PEAK OF HIS CAREER,HIS WORDS ARE DESTINED TO BE HEARD RINGING THROUGHOUT THE NEW JEWISH STATE WHICH HE AND HIS ASSOCIATES FOUGHT SO HARD TO CREATE.. IIHT iJ; 5 jtwifn mfetAPMie MM Judaism Council Endorses Truman [Palestine Stand NEW YORK—The American Council for Judaism, told President Truman that the American proposals to the Security Council represented the "best course |to bring peace to the Holy Land" nd voiced its appreciation for his efforts to end the bloodshed nd strife. In a letter to the chief executive signed by Lessing J. RosenWald. president, and made public today, the Council said that developments since the General Assembly approved partition of Palestine had demonstrated conclusively that any attempt to enforce the plan would lead to disaster. In expressing full concurrence frith the American proposal to luspend partition and establish kn interim United Nations trusteeship, the Council expressed pope that a sincere attempt will be made to evolve a ^workable knd peaceful Dlan for the ultimate Political form of the Holy Land, %  led by men of moderation whi fcppro'intr the futility of con%  %  nd hostility." \ P* \ • RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY tsy PERRINE PALMER, YOUR SHERIFF LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave„ Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday rvcnlncr service at 8:15 p.m. Sixth anniversary Sabimth. Rabbi Kronish will sprak on "A Tree Grows On Forty-First Street." An Oneg Shabbat follows dedicated to the new officers. Sabbath services at 10:45 a.m. Sunday .school at 9;46 a.m. for Children fromthe ages of 4V4 to 14V4. High school of Jewish studies. Sunday morning, 9:45 a.m. for young people 15 years of age and over. Hebrew classes, alternate weekdays afternoons, boys and girls ages ~'i to 13. Nursery school, children from 2\£ to 5. Dally morning sessions. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Sabbath eve ssrvloes Friday St B:ll p.m. Mrs. David Oreenberg, National Hadassnh leader will speak on "A Task Before Us." Reception follows with -Mrs. Arinlph Wertheimer, Slsterhoom House chairman, and Mrs. M. B. Koss and Mrs. Sam I.uby as resptlon co-chairmen for March. Mrs. Koss will roclte the blessings over the Sabbath Lights. Sabbath morning service at 11 a.m. Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. Friday evening services at 8 p.m. Rabbi Kaab will conduct the services and speak. Reception follows the service. Sunday school at II) a.m. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. Friday evening services. Rabbi Kaufman will speak on "The Roads To Learning." Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Brill will be hosts for the Oneg Shabbat following the services. Saturday morning service at 10 a.m. Mrs. Fanny Sorenberg will be the hostess for tho Saturday Klddush in memory of her husband. ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Adult Friday evening service at B p.m. Early Sabbath morning service nt 6:30 a.m. Regular morning service at 8:30. Dr. David Andron will be i guest speaker. His subject will be "Dedicating tho Sanctuary.'' Intermediate service for teen age youth at 9 a.m. under the supervision of the Hoard of Education. Junior C gatlon for children of elementary school age at 10 a.m. under the supervision of MaxBertman of the ty. Klddush served to both junior groups by Mrs. Joseph Brem %  a Sisterhood committee. Bible at I p.m.'with s. 1. Friedman. Mlncha at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi will speak on the Port the Week. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally school from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsfcy. I'Yiday evening services at 6:16 p.m. Saturday morning first mlnyan at 7 a.m.; second at 8:46. Rabbi Rackovsky will conduct the service and preach. Rabbi win speak on the Portion of the Week at 4:.'l" p.m. Mlncha at 6:80 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos Maarlv follows. Daily morning HervIces first mlnyan at 7 a.in followed by a class in Mishna. Second mlnyan at 8. Dally Mlncha s< ^ al 6:15 p.m. followed by a class In Jen h laws and customs. Followed by maaiiv. Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning senior services at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on "Discipline Leads to Holiness." Junior services at 10:30 a.m. conducted by the Junior congregation. Mlncha at 5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos 9 los. Rabbi will speak on the Portion of the Week. Sunday school at 10 n.m. Hebrew school dally, 3:15 to 6:15 p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Friday evening services at fi:l"> p.m. Saturday morning early service.-, al 7:30 a.m. Later service at 9:30. Rabbi Grauer will discuss the Weekly Portion of the Law. Mlncha at 6:15 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Dally religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Late Friday evening services al J:15 p.m. Rev. Kalman Shapiro, father of Rabbi Shapiro, will be guest speaker. ills subject Is "A Timely Question." Mr. and Mrs. l.itt will be hosts it the reception in the auditorium In memory of Mrs. Litt's mother The floral offering has been made by Mr 'i Mrs. Henry Seltlln In honor of their wedriing anniversary, and bv Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Wasscrman in celebration of their son Dale's Bar Mltsvah, Babbath services al 8:80 a.m. Dale son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph man will be Bar Mltsvah Student services at 10:30 a.m. Adult slon group in the Synagogue rrom 10:15 to 11:16 a.m. under the direction of Rabbi Shapiro. Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Friday evening service at :.:.io p.m. e at 1:16 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the subject "Do You Walk Alone?" Saturday morning service at 9 a.m. Rabbi will preach on the Weekly Tortlon of the Law. Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. Bar Mltsvah of Harold Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs David Brooks, and Norman 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A !• Youth service and breakfist. Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for boys and irls over 13. Hebrew religious school Monday through Ihursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday ellgious school at 10 a.m. Preklndergarten Monday through Friday mornings 9 till noon. George S. OKELL REPRESENTATIVE STATE LEGISLATURE 1945 SESSION Candidate For A SECOND TERM Pd. Political Adv. 1 5ggg flyy#y f AVENUE •CORAL BA8LeS.FLA.PH.48 4052 ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE Paid Political Adv. rtiloq by fri.-i.d-. ELECT Franklin Parson COUNTY SOLICITOR Criminal Court of Record Resident of Dade County for the past 19 years. Served 14 years on City of Miami Legal Staff. Served 9 years as Attorney for Miami Planning Board. Attorney for Miami Civil Service Commission for 7 years. 42 years old, married, has two children. Graduate of University of Miami and University of Pittsburgh. Pd. Political Adv. Sg'JL. 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_ AGE SKTHN 9-Jenlsf fkrkUar FRIDAY. APRIL 2. Anti-Defamation League Survey Reveals Increase Of Prejudice A "very real" increase in prejudice, resulting in unfriendly acts, social restrictions and economic and educational discrimination against Jews, is disclosed by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in its annual survey of anti-Semitism in the United States, released by the Florida Regi onal Office. Sidney M eyer is chairman of the Executive* The League Btl this to the Americi r sir %  % %  '• %  : •• %  programs te vet -Ku Klux Klai : L K Smith's C\ ie and Men* in K I Nati nal E C IT named by Mr Forst ing anti-Jewisli However, during 1947 n y a small m f anti-S rWhile Americana )verwhelm g a pi_ti<__. of an> 'sign Board of the Florida Regional Office and George J. Ta'. is Executive Director. The nationwide study, covering the 1947 period, was made public by Jacob Grumot national chairman and Arnold Forster. director of the League's Civil Rights Division. It analyses and evaluates the trend of antiSemitism in ni -••' United State* coordinating reports received from trained field observers Lngly re;e:ted a.-.eiati 0 with professional anti-Semites, and there was less organized" antiSemitic activity than in previous years, the public nonetheless exhibited a disturbing lack of insight into and an unthinking ptar.oe :" the activities of jverl bigots whc under : respe< t; bilit> i I lews th survey deIt noted that ".lore was "no nunciation" or "exprest resentment" by t he American community where is acts of an anti-Semitic e were prompted by the n's agreement' type of big try—an unf rtunate trend :r. the American scene." ; .r-.r;> which the or..as i.sturbX.g %  r : ter iponrb'.e sect:: as : societ> I %  public figures prev lered a fluence, resource! ship" rema resents a considerable i late 1930's." Emphasizing the "failure of large soot, as t the r.:ze and Qti-S ism that comes fr m r respectable circles." the surveycited a prominent syndicated • ;-•.. % %  I • %  li nist; a Senat i who int P re i vent the deportation of pro1 N. o.-. a %  '•". shingt n pu whose organizat r. had been i named as a t I : the defendants" in the aborted mass sedition tment, yet wh was called to as an "expert" before a ssional mittee on an problem. and a com i mentetoi Isn wn t i anti-Jewish leanings, tirar... a the nation s press Plaque presented to Moses Ginsberg by Jacob Sher at Testimonial Breakfast on March 21,1M in recognition of his many services to the Jewish community of Greater Miami and the doaata of premises at 420 Lincoln Road to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. From left to right n Jacob Sher. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Joseph Stein. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Rabbi Colman Zwiiman. Moses Ginsberg and Morris Klass. --" -%  -% %  r In these instan es and others. _t employment ;i v.y rstei the Am : i __ry > %  arcth increased %  • %  %  __e rse t_ ; b. me-: _.._.r % section : %  I 4 Widespread use :f rae__ ; st—and in and religious quotas in sc Sew York app 1 ...-..-... t. si n t: ::...-.;-. leges and >fessional schools p; auon 5 An .ncrease in Lie pri of excluding, Jews ;; I ::;.p tr m -...-> ;-.. tels and res t areas 6 Wides I "5 anti-SemiUr or suspect newspapers in addition t. sther types of "hate" literature 7. Increased anti-Semitic sentiment evident In the foreign::;ups v hich was rei in its p: and circulated m the United tea 8 Anti-Jewish c am p a igns pr "noted by Arab pr;prg_ndists and "their native al.-.es' and intended ta becloud the P tine issue. The survey reported several rable" findings. The.--, included the diminution of antiJewish hatred in political campaigns and the "noticeable decrease" in assaults on Jews, deition of synagogues and similar acts of vandal: Also ""encouraging" was the fact that "un-American veteran organizations which sprang up in 1945 and 1946 virtually collapsed m the last year. Such groups as Krederick Roster's Christian Veteranof America -ted an insignificant few." .-..•:.; ._ mi tic t.-.T rj self either in the ,lit} I the : t.. E t.ty of its production Bes regularly pubushed n an averai t antitic pamp j the s_m< period." Zr.~ ::.; new mi; paganla thenx surface as vilificati -. te, :•.-. %  .: they favored the establishment t a J in Palest "German, Ukrani—n and S newspapers ty." the survey study :'. the :' "The p: prrs us and other :al issues in __..the springboards anti-Jewish an '"It appears that of communal lift unity this nation achieved along racial and religi u .... :._ the war. ..sic rtainlj deteriorating.' Justice Meier Stelnbrink I th York Supreme Court, nati nal chairman of the League. ""Instead of facing up I Political Roundup Attorney Daniel G. Satin of Miami Beach indorsed Rep. R. B. "Bunn" Gautier. candidate for state senator, in a radio talk this in which he asserted that the proposed Miami-Dade county '.idation "Is not a campaign issue." The speaker decried attempts of Gautier's opponents to "be.. ud" the campaign. "There are Inti n its who would misinterpret the bill tion) to you in order -r favor," the attornev 3 itii r insisted that the -use be attached to sure, s i that you could • ill and would have the :. Satin continued. ing that there are "who would maliciously : •--nterpretation of an : its benefits in lr personal %  •••" % %  -:aker held that las worked for good. nt "Mi" Gautier." he c otinued, devoted three %  '.e for the defense I -• I vernment when he viator m the Unitfd Stati N %  -;•. and served you in the 1943 and 1947 sessions I the state legisla' %  s of good gov:,: : : Singer Miami busiudent here for 15 years ..running for delegate t the National Democratic conn this area H "I Senator Claude "PP* 1 sed to rec: :v.:i-.m-u him : vice president and support him for chairmanship of the Florida delegation. A f.eld director for the American Red Cross after his discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard, Singer has been active in the Cancer Fund and March of Dimes drives as well as the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and B'nai B'rith. and is service officer for the Jewish War Veterans. The candidate was part of a civic group which made two trips to Washington to successfully a* I vent a removal of rent control i| well as a 25Ct rental increuei this area. Singer, who lives at 725 1_| Place, Miami Beach, is seekistl election in the Fourth Coap_ I sional district which includes Miami, Miami Beach, Key West | and Homestead. Alpha Eptilon Phi slumsmeeting took place this moits at the home of Miss Teas Rubenstein. 1685 Jsfftnos Ave, Miami Beach, Wsds* day • % ening. Nominations a officers took place. CAMP CARLYLE HENDERSONVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA ONLY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE COUTH Dietary Laws Strictly Observed FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to It Years ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Ltrine. University of Miami Physical Education Instructor, Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD MORRIS SIEGEL. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 1438 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-MM Resident Physician in Attendance ELECT JESS YARBOROUGH For Your COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1 VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE "PROGRESS WITH JESS" lems besetting ua -ays and doing it -•-• vay—with honesty %  democratic viewpoint ~ m& -%  %  givine ex' : latent prem-id We see once more I scapegoating." e pattern of ris.ng antin the nanonal survey is apphcable to the •yrea."" reports George J. Taiianoff. executive director of Ae League's Honda office. "On the positive side, it to be noted ^ers. churchmen and educators are alert to the dangers of mtergroup tension. ter.ng educit.onal work that wiU bring about better hunum rela. 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*IDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 %  "JewisHtoriafiatn PAGE SEVENTEEN Philosopher Looks At Life Sparks From A Mental Anvil By Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, 111 Pages Published by the Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida $2.50 Reviewed by Dr. M. A. Lipkind Dr. Kaplan has devoted half a century towards teaching rid preaching: Judaism, philosophy and allied subjects. He Eved, labored and was spiritual leader in our community for iany years. During this time he endeared himself to the men nd women of Greater Miami, irrespective of their religion or olitical views. He is, at present. e nominal and respected dean \l the Florida rabbinate. Dr. Kaplan believes that a bbi is neither prophet nor Iriest, but a teacher. And, like a |ood loving teacher he graces he pulpit. He delivers his erudite ermons softly in the manner of heart to heart talk. He avoids He use of the popular methods |f homiletics, rousing the emoBons of the listeners by historioneffects: he prefers to appeal their reason. He follows the iage of Ecclesiastes: "The words Lf wise men's mouth are Iraeious." From a life long study and lontemplation he has developed philosophy of life and has embodied it now in a book titled PSparks From a Mental Anvil." %  t is a modest volume consisting \i ten chapters of brief essays nd original epigrams. The maerial is arranged under subject Readings as: religion, philosophy, ethics, Judaism, humanity, ktc. The whole contents sparkle irith profound thoughts, opinions |ind expressions of a free soul, a %  liever in and lover of humanity. The book may be classified ts an anthology of epigrams vhich epitomize the author's philosophy and ethics of life. Dr. Kaplan has wisely chosen ithis condensed method of writing his book. Such methods have een employed and have become hollowed in our sacred literature. |I have reference to "The ethics [of the fathers," which is an anIthology of the religious, moral land ethical principles as they %  have come down from the sages Iof Israel. This book has been Istudied and has inspired countlless generations. Dr. Kaplan has Ian excellent precedent. By this [method of writing books the [masses are reached and benefitted. [Voluminous philosophical tomes las well as collections of sermons [are read by a limited number of [scholars and are closed books to [the average man. The brevity, I classification and the clear simple [style will make this book precious [to all seekers of truth and better [life. It is loaded with passages [one will read, re-read and ponder | upon. The book begins with essays I on religion. The first view point expressed is: "Religion in a way of life." This definition differs I fundamentally from the ones I find in my dictionary. The authors test of religion: "Religion is not true or false, but good, bad I or indifferent, my test is simply i this: If your religion makes you a gentlemen, your religion is good, if not, not." Rabbi Kaplan's message to reformers: "Reform Jews must not forget that before one can study how to reform Judaism one must know Judaism. Advanced Algebra without plain Algebra is not very meaningful." In the chapter on government: "Every country that begins with anti-semitism ends with suicide. Cultured Spain, burning heretics and Jews, ends in uncultured fratricide. 1492 is the beginning.O 1942 is the end." Irony and philosophy: "Some good friend of the Jews ventured to tell one of his Jewish friends: "If you Jews accepted Christ, there would not be so much antiSemitism." "No," said the Jew, "If you Christians accepted Christ, there would be no antiSemitism." Cause of anti-Zionism: "Our anti-Zionist friends are really afraid of America. They are not afraid that men will ask the Irish Why, nor the Danes Why, nor the Greeks, Why, but the Jews may be asked Why. If Jews could only meet as Irishmen!" The author further says: "The antiHumanist as the anti-Zionist is always afraid of his special privileges." As these anti-Zionists suffer from a phobia, Dr. Kaplan evidently considers them incurable psycopaths, he pities them but refrains from scolding them. However, the case of English betrayal of the Jews he treats differently. They receive wrathful sparks from the otherwise kind" author: "Illegal entrance of Jews into Palestine," instead of illegal prevention of entrance into Palestine, which was guaranteed by the world. Oil smoothens the way for governmental action." Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan He says: "The fear of Hitler started the show for England; the fear of the Arabs complicated the plot; the fear of death will end the play." He ventures to speculate: '"It is also possible that England will join Babylon and Tyre, and the Arabs and Jews will live together in peace. Dr. Kaplan says: "I am a man, and nothing human is alien to me." Long before America dishonored itself by the reversal of its policy toward partition of Palestine, Dr. Kaplan stated in the chapter on Government: "American politics corrupted by England will be the verdict of history, not that we needed England's help, but it was freely given us." Despite the author's great belief in the future of humanity, expresses his scepticism pertaining to the present UN: "We cannot now rely on the hope that 51 nations" have joined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war. "The same number of nations have guaranteed the Balfour Declaration to help the Jews cultivate Palestine. Oil diplomacy makes "honor" a slippery phrase." In the chapter "Just Thoughts," he insists: "The atomic bomb must be ethically conditioned for the whole of humanity, or else it will surely destroy us first, and then others." Throughout the book one hears the pounding of a powerful hammer on the mental anvil, emanating sparks. The sparks kindle light on every perplexing question of human society. Everything is mentioned and commented upon: Russia and the U.S. Henry Wallace, super state, even ten points in favor of ethical baseball, and War and Peace. Each chapter has an identical postscript giving the author's idea what the first step towards peace should be. It is a valuable book and should be welcome in every home. DRINK PLENTY OF C/Tripure ^ Water DEUVLRED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 8 5c 5-GALLON BOTTLE .... 75c Plus Bottle Depositi PHONE 2-4128 S. .1 Freedman HEBREW BOOK STORE 417 Washington Are. Miami Beach Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. Hebrew Religious Supplies For Synagogues and Private Us*. 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fjenist ntrkfa* FRIDAY PAGE EIGHTEEN | MoseTGinsberg Sets An Example By MURIEL SINGER It is very refreshing to meet a man like Moses Ginsberg When I entered his office in the Mercantile Nat !" ^J !" building. 420 Lincoln Rd.. last w*k ^,^7L^LsX cult to believe that this man is probably one o. tne gr Jewish philanthropists in the country-. Slight of stature, bespectaled unassuming Mr. GinsJnstead -.r.c-^i re, berg sat behind his desk. He was nimseU ;n t he line, a few hours wearing a white, short-sleev, .. ; r: va ; :n New V rk. shirt, and. pencil in hand, wa B t0 ol=. some nails. busily at work. He might hav, ^ ^^ [athes and going f ro m been any office worker. : he managed to earn He isn't, however, any office ^ b repairinj bi %  •worker iust as he isn't any ordi" _. c ., ---, irvmi.A.. i.l breaku u fast sponsored by the 1948 Com bined Jewish Appeal or. Sundaj me March 26 Mr. Ginsberg was honored for "h:s qua:.:.as l figuring o to get wo generous and publics, ,tsuppl, 2 s vs aa nsn £r ve ; ra^'t^rpu^1 ^ Sekev-note of the entir, nti in Brooklyn, to banking Coined Jewish Appeal in and to the steamship bus.nes .. he is g such a 1916. a business which his dominant B I* ra to ,'SJL r J, tWamoaiBi But the conventional pattern of the T —chape the American success story in them Ufa '0 Moses Ginsberg • ~ JJJJ the oattem which they set for nuances which are not always themselves. 1 said Mr. Ginsberg present in the many other exin amples of the "rags to riches Se b 420 Lincoln Road sagas which have enlivened the M and which his American scene. For six generait ructed on it :e present building 420 Lincoln Road, which is : the most modern and architecturally brilliant edifices in the entire South. There is nothing of the hypocrite about Moses Let MONAHAN'S Design You the FINEST AllSteel Kitchen Low Priced to Amaze You ... for most homes costs no more than for wood kitchens! American Kitchens At MONAHAN'S 2208 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4-0632 Ginsberg. "Of cou> this building to yi(ld Of course I wanted i,^' (Continued on ? m LISTEN" TO PALESTIR! REPORT EVERY THURSDATI AT 8:15 PX W.K.A, agination have luced. "Plan ahead, take the long-view. Above all, djn't be passive'' This com sel was vividly i lustrated by Moses Ginsberg's early this country. He fi m Russian Poland • age of 22. ith little n and r. ini friends. Upon rival, h< was told that he had C th( worst possible time, for It was during Cleveland's administration when a panic was paralyzing economic life in the United States. "You have come too late." he was told. "There are no more opportunities, r.o chance for a poor greenhorn to get ahead as there used to be." Bread-lines stretched for blocks along the streets of New Y rk. and he learned that a real enterprising man. after getting his hand-out. made his way back to the end of the line, and thus got in one day a double portion and saved himself the necessity of standing in the queue on the following day. That didn't appeal to Moses Ginsberg as a career for a man who wanted to get ahead. before him. the Ginsberg men had been rabbis. He himself j had studied the Talmud and is even now no mean authorit) n its lore The passion for learning. the spiritual influences of reI ligious study, have always teen a strong factor in his life. As early as 1910. he founded in Brooklyn a Hebrew school, at a cost of j S120.000. by collecting dollar by dollar from his Jewish neighbors and with his own personal contributions of both time and money. Throughout the many years he spent in Brooklyn and New Y irk, tl scarcely a Jewish or non-sectarian communal undertaking in which he did not participate. 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APRIL 2. 1948 ;es Ginsberg Sets An Example ,tinued from Paee 18) +Jewist)Fk)rif the Miami YMHA, troop 103, held a Purim masquerade party last Thursday, March 25. First and second prizes for costumes were awarded to Bonita Bain and Suzanne Covan. A weiner roast was held and a baton-twir'iini* exhibition given by Barbara Gardner and Suzanne Sobel. Scout leader of the troop is Miss Fannie Levitt, assisted by Mrs. Sam Seitlin. Winning top honors in a nation-wide $330,000 scholarship competition designed to aid American youth, two outstanding Florida high school seniors, David Bram Orr of Miami and Carol Elizabeth Swort of Mount Dora, received word that they had been awarded Pepsi-Cola scholarships which will send them to college with full tuition, a monthly allowance, and traveling expenses paid for four years. Announcement of the awards was made by John M. Stalnaker, director of the Pepsi Cola Scholarship Board who stated that the winners were chosen from among 643 Florida candidates representing 156 public, private, and parochial schools. A total of 46.112 boys and girls from 10.629 high schools in the United States, Alaska. Hawaii, and Puerto Rico entered the competition, Stalnaker said. Of the two Florida winners, David Orr, 17, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. On of 929 Northwest Fiftieth St. in Miami. A student of Miami Senior High school, from which he will graduate in June, David is particularly interested in science and mathematics, and his hobbies include mechanics and short story writing. He is treasurer of the National Honor Society, and a member of DeMolay and Hi-Y. Last year he received honorable mention in the Miami Daily Herald essay contest, Ten college entrance awards were granted this year to high school students in Florida, Stalnaker said. They were won by Jacqueline Canton, St. Petersburg Senior High school; Jerry Crockett, Miami Senior High school; Theodora Daniel, Seabreez Private school. Dayton Beach; Gene Kenneth Edlin, Graham-Eckes school. Palm Beach; Robert David Jacobs, Miami Beach Senior High school; Ralph David McWilliams, Fort Myers Senior High school; Robert Mendelson Miami Edison Senior High school. Miami; Dennis ODonovan, Ponce de Leon High school, Coral Gables; Robert Wernikoff, The Bolles School. Jacksonville; and Dorothy Anne Whitner, Seminole County High school, Sanford. Open House At Miami Lighthouse Open house at the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind, 601 S.W. 8th Ave., to which all residents of Dade county are invited, will continue through Sunday afternoon in connection with the annual seal sale now underway. The open house is being held every day this week from 2 until 5 o'clock under the direction of Mrs. Henry O. Shaw and Mrs. George Baya, co-chairmen. It provides an opportunity for the public to see the work being done with the blind, which contributions make possible. In addition to the public, various organizations arc special guests each day. Today, the Rotary-Anns of Miami are special guests; tomorrow the membership committee of the Lighthouse will hold a membership tea, and the open house will close Sunday with the American Legion Auxiliaries as the special guests. Visitors will see the largest Braille library in the Southeeast; specially designed looms being operated by the blind; the making of rubber door mats and the caning of chair seas and backs. Articles produced by the blind, such as mats, rugs, blankets, table cloths and napkins, will be on display and may be purchased. Hal S. Pelton, chairman of the seal sale pointed out that some persons may not receive seal letters in the mail through clerical errors. SLEEP You don't appreciate now j wonderful sleep is until jroaj have had one or two wakeful nights. 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>AGE TWENTY +JeistncrkJte£!_ isEOii?!!! Political Roundup %  Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries •Men and women who want to Edward T. Keenan of F I ^SaSSS see the governor of Florida wont to > defeated by Oovernor aauh _. 0 „ sce k'ne the job himhave to go through a lot of red lard F Caldwell, Democratic canton Uto.e se tape if Fuller Warren wins out didate. / na y ve y\ >ridian. the candiin the coming primary elections." i J^,',„ wa!l b^vn in Jacksonville according to Sidney Segal. Mi-, World War I veteran, he was Wanted wounded five times, awarded the Purple Heart and the Victory Medal with two clasps. Epperson is married and the father of three children. ami attorney. Segall went to the Unirsity of Florida with Warren. '"I was assistant attorney general in Tallahassee back in 1941 Henry L. Oppenb A-.,, rn ir. Jacksonville Edwin Lee Mason, ^tirmg !" M m Miaml SH1CC special assistant to the U S tornev. has announced his can-' ly ~ 3 didacy for jusUce of the peace commism district 1 to succeed Judge sioncr :; ict 4 has been announced by H iy Wood, iormerai in laiianassee oacs in i*i %  v „ „„,,-;,to^ with announced uj na/ ,.-—,. and 1942. and I know a lot of ."""* T%£g Eder state and county tax collector. ..,.u ..-.-.... u...i„M <* Hjs camp.,,:, is tobe managed people with legitimate business to take up who just couldn't get through to the governor." Segal declared "Fuller Warren told me Saturday that any citizen would be able to see him simply by coming to Tallahassee or calling him by long distance telephone." A World War II veteran and two-time legislator. W favors the removal of the tax from gasoline consumed in equipment used exclusively for farming and boats used solely from fishing. He also has oledged ward Davis t : the past years A member of the Dado County Bar ssn he is admitted to pracl • Federal courts as well as • %  -" %  tfida. by h s fou ns David. Hugh, Thomas and II iy< 9 W od, Jr. ^ duate of the Unity f Miami, is a c'r. memo, r :" the Riverside Baptist A resident of district 1 for the to the Elks 23 years, ^.^Ha' Eastern St ?Z gion. He is a member of the Junior Chamber of Com:: %  :. I thi v rig Dt ra ratic club. Daniel E Keels, teacher of •ration at Minims. 1: to veto any gei ... High school, has antax that might be passed ..ndidacy for suplegislature and to th. en mon erinten( j •• \ public instructi e and other organizations. The candidate referred in his announcement to his handling of 5*il000.000 in taxes as a collecl from 1937 I i 1943. ;:ngie dime or .-...--•pending of a single cent" Maxfield M. Neuman has filed for State Senator from Dade County on the Republican tickpt. A native of Pennsylvania. Mr. Neumann was chairman of the committee that organized the Greater Miami Airport Ass'n. and the Greater Miami Manufacturers Assn.. and headed a three-year campaign to solicit industries for this area. With Dr. A. W. Ziebold. he re-organized the Miami Chamber of Commerce. He entered the construction field, re-activating the Southeastern Chapter of Associated General Contractors of America and was local manager for seven years. He organized the South Florida Home Information is being *,.,,. Martin Rhinehardt i*"f* enheim on behalf of hi ,** Mildred, who ls ln ^ nancial assistance f rom *J* Rhinehardt claims she l w vT. of her husband in 194, *"| since then his whereabouts Z been unknown to her Thi. l_ -, *** Tun was born in Russia in 1903 £ been variously empi oyed salesman, draftsman, resta worker-salad and sandwich £ —a haberdashery window drJ manager. Anyone knowing 0 jhu present whereabouts is req ues w to communicate with the Nau !" al Desertion Bureau, 105 ifZ St., New York 7, N Y Builders Association and is ^ engaged in general construct business as Neumann-Hato Inc. ,. r T. I! lison has anof a central purchasing nmisHe „ his ann uncement (" ^ hls '" d dac > f f co £, : '" u reduce g %  it of the puWi : •.' "' ^ s r i f n sch, %  Shc; •".,"" S : %  : th< ther planks ii f fear." :.. %  :• gniti P. I Keels thai he had been v. men in th matter .: app int| ••. : • run f or the p • rats:*' "continued expan.-. n of and patron? of -'patrons f the s hools from all ver the c. unty," and that it was ind .-'.I see that educaaa in the r efforl :. • ., .unty keeps up with the pace of the times He promtreatmenl : st to see that I livethe buildii im is put into si k :: m thi to pro-j. ffect with il :i;uch controvsent." .:.-.': afflict* : eitizi lance t A ;, ....... %  Dade c. unty's the citrus industry in ii t is the aim of D. C Coleman for nine years. N w engage I in construction work, the candidate has lived in t for 23 yi He :? a : W rl I Wai I. : correct! led to 1 w pri es: rener Perrine Palmer, Jr., candidate for sheriff of r ^-' % %  •• I I %  -••'• -Di le c unty The man who took his first venture in politics here cultural, livest *k and ial m 1945 by running for city comid pmenl ner and becoming may t at granting ny n the age of 35. announced' in a continued develo] :" the radio addr. that su Eve:.. .:n 1 an b 1 y any way -.cation: and full c m ins." Clyde A Eppers n has qualinator from Dade County. He has been a resident of Dade C unty for a quarter of a century, during which time he has been active in civic, health and %  %  %  rejects here. Eppm and raised on ; farm, is a lawyer, businessman and certified public accountant. 1 operati n ernmt nt its efforl I Red Tide" fr m a • i M \..-. Engender M Beach "I v. and make it lecent place foi hi ndidacy n ".r.e r •' .-"..• att rney and past president of the ] of the peace which will become Beach junior chamber of com-! vacant with the retirement of merce. has qualified t run Henry L. Oppenborn. is Estil H. — insl Justice of the Peace. L^nham. attorney. Judge Kenneth Oka trict 5 Lanh • is been practicA veteran of World War II. the candidate is a graduate University of Miami law school, and has been active in civ fraternal affairs. The Jayjees awarded him one of the annual distinguished service presentations ar an "outstanding 5 ^r.z man in Florida." Bert L. Acker has qualified to run for Republican nomination in the governor primaries. He has :ng law in Miami since he was tted • thi Fl rida bar in 1932, is entering politics for the : • time. During the World Wai II he served four years as Investigator in the military intelligence department and also as federal enforcement attorney. Constable Tom Wood has quailfield for re-election for a fourth term in district 2. A veteran of 22 years in law enforcement, Wood was first been prominent in Republican e i ected to the offlce politics in the state for many re e lected twice since. He was deputy under Sheriff M. P. Leh^^-710 S. W. 12tb AV. MIAMI-t "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME v W OfnOALlY KPHSOfT nt HAJonm of Him JEWWIFUOAL MB /n/ormoKm C.a*, F^-uthtd on Hr^nl SERVING MIAMI BEACH a MIAMI Exclusively Jewiih t 53 uLAtrctstiwtpe years. A native of New York. Acker was formerly in the show busij ne'~s. He won the GOP nomination for governor in 1944 over { IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director SUNRAYPARK ^ HEALTH RESORT HOTEL-SANITARIUM FOB REST CONVALESCEHCt ANDCMKNCUSO M0UKT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtel Director Olympia Building p hone ^ m Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldq. 8. Municipal Docks L EO EISEXSTEIN %  RtatU 7cc wl 0ly • Prom P t '"••"'I Attention to All Your -HrREAL ESTATE PROBLEMS 12 Yeari of Experience In Building Construction on Miami Beach Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI. INC. 1408 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright — Cheerful — Homelike Inspection Invited Strictly kosher meals—24 hour nursing care Special diets — Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always on call I. Gertman. Director For information write or phone 82-5395 of rir unexcelled quality _vj\RDA/J Y A B D AIN WINE The New Wine ASK FOR IT at your Neighborhood Store. Proceeds from YARDAIN WINE are devoted to the support and advancement oi National Hebrew Cultural Institutions by THE CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. By your purchase of Yardain Wine, you help too. in the support of our own local community-sponsored cultural Institution THE HEBREW ACADEMY 918 6th STREET. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-4361 Distributed exclusively by NATIONAL BRANDS, inc., Sam Blank, Pres. 690 N. W. 13th Street. Miami Fla. • Ph<*"*



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)AY, APRIL 2. 1948 Jewish flcrldHan Political Roundup }an McCarty, 36-year-old citgrower and cattleman, opened camapign for governor in Fort 8rce, his native town, with an peal for votes from Floridians L want independent, progresfe and constructive governknt. IcCarty, who served in the Ite legislature in 1937, 1939 and |1 and was, at the age of 29, ungest speaker in the history the house of representatives, ring the 1941 session, offers nself on the basis of his record [a legislator and businessman. lis sole promise is "a sound jstiuctive and economical adlistration based on a depend|e common sense understandof the problems of Florida." The four-times-decorated vetof four and one-half years' /ice during the last war, who nt directly from his duties as kaker of the 1941 house of bresentatives to the army, deKbed agriculture and water Itrol as inseparably linked. fl speak with knowledge gained m experience," McCarty dered. He is the owner of citrus ranch property in St. Lucie ity which, during the high ^er of last fall, was seriously naged by flood conditions. hi is my opinion that the ^blem is too big for any county the state, and therefore, it st be cooperatively handled In the federal government ough water control and ero, projects," he declared. "Howbr. in bringing the federal govkment into the picture, we PAGE TWENTY-ONE must be sure that federal agencies ever keep in mind the fact that the program is to be carried out to the best advantage of our people." Saul T. Von Zamft and Lloyd A. Towle, co-chairmen of the Miami Beach Committee of the Dade County McCarty for Governor Club, opened campaign headquarters at 1547 Washington Ave. on Monday, March 15. The cochairmen, who are both attorneys, have been active in civic work in Miami Beach for a number of years. Kook Review Science and Judaism By Rabbi Harold Leiman and Rabbi Joseph Elias As the Jew wanders through history, each new epoch confronts him with a new challenge to his Jewish inheritance. Our time may well be called the "age of science," and it is the scientific outlook which today poses the most important questions for the modern Jew. It is still possible to believe that our universe was created and is ruled by God that He fashioned man and gave him a divine soul that He revealed to him Hhis laws of Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G AN S Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blscayne Bids). Ph. B-1414 or 4-8981 See or phone me for your NEE LIFE INSURANCE %  ED9 NORTH MIAMI ZOO N. E. 132nd St and W. Dixie Highway Phone 78-1463 WORLD'S ONLY TIGER FARM OPEN DAILY Shows Each Sunday, 3 and 5 p.m. 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. Excellent 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. Come Today — Bring the Family Money to Keep ARMY DAY-APRIL 6 Today's high cost of living takes big cuts out of civilian wages. In the TJ. 8. Army and TJ. 8. Air Force, though, things are different Pay Is higher than ever before—ana there's more of It left for you. Your food, uniforms, Quarters, medical and dental care are furnished, and at no cost to you. There are other benefits, too. Excellent training in many skills and trades, plus the chance to move up as you learn, make the soldier's Job one of the best there U. For full details, ask at your nearest U. 8. Army and TJ. 8. Air Force Recruiting Station. U. $. ARMY AND U. $. All WRCI RICRUITINC SERVICE CAKKtRS WITH A fUTUKK U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force U. S. POST OFFICE ROOMS 302-903 life and set for him standards and ideals? These and many other questions, raised by Darwinism and Psychonalysis, Biblical Criticism and Geology, are dealt with, on a scientific basis, in the latest title of the Jewish pocket book series, Science and Judaism. The book concludes that science is well competent to deal with day-by-day phenomena of nature on a practical basis; but that it cannot explain the ultimate mysteries of reality and do away with divine verities. Sound philosophical reasoning and an impressive command of the latest results of modern science make | Itative book, required reading for Science and Judaism an author-1 every thinking Jew. HAROLD S, INC. MMairdressers • 1039 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH PHQNEB B-D467, 9-0460 440 E. LAB QLAB BLVD. FT. LAUDERDALE X: "* DAIRIES TAKES PRIDE AND PLEASURE IN AGAIN ANNOUNCING THAT IT WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE ITS MANY JEWISH PATRONS WITH KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nDB*? -lira 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 salesman



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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948 Jewish fkrklian PAGE TWENTY-THREE Yeshiva University Acquires Two Additional Sites Of Land Acquisition by Yeshiva University of two additional parcels of land in the immediate vicinity of its main buildinq on Amsterdam Ave. and 186th St., New York City, was announced by Dr. Samuel Belkin, president. The new land was obtained to enable the university to carry out its $7,500,000 academic and physical expansion program. The only university under Jewish auspices in the Americas. Yeshiva has an enrollment of almost 1,200 students from 26 states in the United States, and twenty foreign countries. funds for which are now being sought in a nation-wide drive, he added. Dr. Belkin declared that in view of the prohibitive cost of construction at this time and the university's undesirability of requesting present tenants residing in one of the sites to vacate in light of the housing shortage, plans for the new sites will be held in abeyance until such a time that conditions improve. The two sites were described as follows: (1) the southwest corner of Amsterdam Ave. and 185th St., 80' x 100', donated by Harry Fischel Foundation of New York City as an outright gift; and (2) the northeast corner of Amsterdam Ave. and 185th St. reaching to Laurel Till Ter., 45' x 278' donated by Abraham H. Druckman of 100 West 42nd St. These new sites now give Yeshiva a frontage on Amsterdam Ave. from 184th to 187th St. Buildings are presently being erected on Amersterdam Ave. from 185th to 186th Sts. on property purchased by the university last year to house the University's School of Education and Community Administration, which will open in the fall. In addition, ;iii existing building on the premises is being converted into a library. Yeshiva University's main building is located on Amsterdam Ave. from 186th to 187 Sts. and houses at present the seven units which comprise the university; they are: the Rabbi Isaac Elehanan Theological Seminary; Talmudical Academy; the Teachers Institute; Yeshiva College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the Bernard Revel Graduate School; the Harry Fischel School of Higher Jewish Studies; and the Institute of Mathematics. Tamar Distributors Pledge Sincerity A great many hign-powered adjectives are tossed around these days to extol the virtues of products, and sometimes create confusion in the minds of readers. Tamar Kosher Meats have decided to utilize sincerity as the better part of salesmanship. In spreading the news about their line of kosher canned meat products. Tamar advises simply that the meats are—really good—and to substantiate this claim in full, exact and explicit reasons are set forth. First, Tamar Kosher Meats are made of all beef—and only the choicest tender cuts of U.S. government inspected kosher beef. Then this prime juicy beef is prepared under strictest rabbinical supervision and cooked according to tested old-time recipes. And when the meat reaches the peak of savory goodness, it's flavorsealed in a modern can and shipped right to the grocer. To enjoy these delicious Tamar Kosher Meats, heat them for a couple of minutes, then serve. All of which, declare the Tamar folks, constitutes really good meat meat that looks good, tastes good, and is good, unexcelled in quality, flavor, and kashruth. Tamar Kosher Canned Meats are available in four varieties: Tamar Kosher goulash, beef, hamburger steak, and corned beef loaf; and all are stocked by neighborhood grocers and delicatessen stores. Dealers who have not yet been supplied are invited to contact their local Tamar distributor: Levinson Food Specialty Co., 165 N.E. 24th St., Miami. Fla. You'll be proud to have Thomas Blinds in your home. They will enhance its beauty. 545 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 Phone Today For Prices (pomplek tmd ^bepenJaUe cfi/le Setoke IAMI TITL€ ,i Qhttact Co. M THIS Of TITIE %  **£ II MM COWTT ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE IN SURAN CE Ttru wswunet ptticiu tf KANSAS 6ITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. A.iefs Miailr S2MO.OO0M 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 34M1 r&cz LWHWGVA o 5E IS ^<8 !" E TAUIIUiT • NO MINORS ALLOWED TONIGHT MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB EXTREME 1g g colllNS AVt LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN PROBATE, f dav of April, 1948; otherwise the allegation* of said Bill of Complaint will he taken as confessed against you. let this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. a news paper published In Dade County. Florida. „ „ DATED this 18th day of March, 1948 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. 3/1 9-26 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 Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at 301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, FlorABE KIRSCHENBAUM CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM 8/12-19-26 4/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NAVELES TRADING CO.. not incorporated, 335 North Welt 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 LEGAL NOTICE 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 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADH COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, So. 115862. MURIEL PIZEK, Plaintiff, vs. MICHAEL PIZEK, Defendant. To: MICHAEL PIZEK, 336 East 6th Street. New York City, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your uppearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 23rd day of April, 1948. Dated this 24th day of March, 194*. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 3/26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 115419. VINCENT JAMES FIORE. Plaintiff. va MAE FIORE, Defendant. TO: MAE FIORE 1325—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 successive weeks In The Jewish Floridlan, 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. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Uw 1023 Seyhold Building Miami. Florida 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or MEI.VIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. David Blaleck, Inc. a Florida corporation. AMOS BENJAMIN Attorney for David Blaleck, Inc. 3/19-26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY, No. 116422. RUTH HELEN SMITH. Plaintiff, vs. GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH. Defendant. TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH 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 t, 1948, otherwise the allegations In said bill of complaint will be taken is confessed by you. It is further ordered that this order be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In the Jewish Plorldian, 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 H. YATES Solicitor for Plaintiff 3/12-19-26 4/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bllt-Rlte Venetian Blind Co. at 2248 8. W. SUi St, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MAX GREENFIELD ISAAC JOFFB Attorney for Applicant 1010 Blaeayne Building Miami. Florida I'll It M 4/1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that we the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the nciitious nama 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, Florida. Morris Friedberg and Rose Friedberg Oila wife) Joseph Doshay and Sophie Doshay (his wile) 3/26 4/2-9-16-23 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADK COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 115716. CON ST A N TIN B PA PPA M ACK EL, Plaintlll, vs. JOAN 1'Al'fAMACKEL. also known as JOAN MICHAELS, Defendant. TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL. also known as JOAN MICHAELS 40-18 Hampton Street Jackson Heights, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by CU.N BTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, your husband, in the above styled cause and in the above named Court: and you arc further notified that you are hereby required to tUe au appearance In said proceedings on or before the 19th day of April, A. D. 1948. otherwise the allegations of said Hill of Complaint will be taken as confessed by you. This order is to be published once a week, for four (4) consecutive weeks, in the Jewish Floridlan. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. Dated this 19 day of March, A. u. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Sea!) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. ARONOVITZ, VVEINKLE & ARoNOVlTZ Solicitors (or Plaintiff 3/26 4/2-9-16 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMH 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY. No. 115843. NATHAN ABRAMSON, Plaintiff vs SARAH GOLDMAN ABRAMSON, SARAH GOLlHAN ABRAMSON. Defendant. TO: SARAH GOLDMAN, also known as SARAH GOLDMAN ABRAMSON 108 Madison Street, N. W Washington. D. C. You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bin of complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before April 26, ls.48. 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 Horldian. a newspaper published in Dade County, Florida. E. B. LEAl Mt.K.UAN, ,,„, „ Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circiiit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. MILTON A. FR.EDMAN ePUt> ^ Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 3/26 4/2-9-16 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 115679. LOUIS WILLIAM BOYE. Plaintiff. vs. CELIA BOYE. Defendant, TO: CELIA BOYE. 2850 CRESTON AVENUE. BRONX, NEW YORK, N. Y. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you In the above styled Court by LOUIS WILLIAM BOYE, and you are hereby required to file your written Appearance in said proceedings on or before the 19th day of April. 1948. otherwise a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED THIS 18th day of March, A. D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) By If. C. GREEN, Deputy Clera. JAMES E. ABRAS. Attorney for Plaintiff. 3/26 4/2-9-16 j %  %  f •t < l I



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR *JenistFkricJ&n Ponce Student Receives Brotherhood Award Dr. A. W. Gottschall, regional director for the National Conference of Christians and Jews, announced that the first annual Brotherhood award for the best essay written on the subject of better human relations will be presented by Jack G. Salomon, director of the Blackstone hotel and sponsor of the idea. The award will be made to Joseph Tarralbas, 16 year old student of Ponce de Leon High school of 4150 Hardee Ave„ Coral Gables. The contest was held in all high schools in the Miami area during the annual observance of Brotherhood Week. A prize of $200 and a silver loving cup will be presented by Mr Salomon to Joseph before a full assembly of the school on March 26th. Second prize of $50 will be awarded to Charles Curtis Melt-! zer, 15 year-old student at Miami Edison High school. Louis Heiman (l.ft) presents charier to Isaac Levin Lodo of Miami in ceremonies honoring the past presiderdt of the Dsmc after whom the Lodge was named. He.man. current UMMU ox Dist. Grand Lodge No. 5 hailed the formation of the 5th lodge in the greater Miami area composed of members between the ages of 21 and 30. 90 : of which are war veterans, attending the Univ. of Miami. In pholo (left to right) are: Heiman. Richard Gerstein. president of Isaac Levin Lodge and Jack Abbott, president of the State Federation of Florida Lodges. Navy Overhauls Rating Structure; Cuts Down Number Of Categories The ratings of many regular Navy enlisted men will be changed April 2, 1948, when a general overhaul of the Navy's enlisted rating structure goes into effect. The new rat ng structure, to be used only in pecce'.\r.:e. consolidates 198 current ratings into 77 general service rates under 12 general categories, namely: Deck, ordnance, electronics, precision equipment administrative and clerical, miscellaneous, engineering and hull, construction, aviation, medical, dental and steward. Subject of more than two years of planning by Navy officials, the new rating structure is calculated to produce more broadly versatile personnel in the regular Navy who will be qualified to move quickly to positions of higher authority in time of emergency. The peacetime rate changes affect only regular Navy pers nnel and the relatively new Volunteer Reservists who are in an active duty status as shipkeepers or station keeping billets. All other Naval Reservists will be assigned emergency service rates. In the event of a national emergency. Reservists who retain their emergency service ratings would be in equal competition for advancement with regular Navy personnel. Men desiring to transfer from reservi status will be asked to qualify ful the broader erquin general s< rv Anyone desiring further information rega: of the rating structure of I Navy should coi inical •-he Office of Pub! tnl Seventh Naval I NAS Jacksonville. Florida. SOUTHERN NURSING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Alice Camus, Owner 'A Complete Placement Serrice" 226 W. Flagler Street Phone 3-7392 HELP FOR EVERY NEED White or Colored Call ALERT EMPLOYMENT 232 N.W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-6716 Hilda Denman. Owner NURSE Can accommodate one or two in beautiful home on the Beach. Strictly Kosher Kitchen PHONE 58-2014 MIAMI BEACH Setter CHii Listingi On Oeeenfront Properties. Hotels, Hornet or Investments B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-5868 "Trustworthy Service" Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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it^liawiislb-IBIiDipidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 21NUMBER 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
Nationwide Day of Prayer April 8th
April 8 has been designated as a nationwide day of prayer
to seek intercession on behalf of the Jews in Palestine and to
protest against the United States government's attempt to nullify
the decision of the United Nations with regard to the Palestine
partition. Services are to be held in Miami on Thursday at 8
p.m.
The call for the service has come from the Chief Rabbinate
in Palestine, the various national rabbinical bodies and national
synagogue organiKitions.
A united service will be held in Miami at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation with all the rabbis and cantors affiliated
with congregations in the city participating. Separate services
will be held on Miami Beach at Congregation Beth Jacob, Miami
Beach Jewish Community center and Temple Beth Sholom.
World News Briefs
Special Assembly On Palestine
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)Sen. Warren Austin, head of the
American delegation at the United Nations, Tuesday introduced
a resolution at the U.N. Security Council requesting the con-
vocation of a special session of the General Assembly of the
United Nations "to consider further the question of the future
government of Palestine."
Another resolution proposed by the U.S. delegation calls
for the immediate cessation of hostilities between Arab and
Jewish armed groups in Palestine and asks the Jewish and the
Arab Higher Committee to designate representatives to nego-
tiate an immediate truce.
Although the resolution made no reference to trusteeship,
Austin said the United States still holds "that a temporary
trusteeship should be established to maintain the peace."
JEWISH APPEAL LAGS;
QUOTA $339,935 SHORT,
EXTENDED TWO WEEKS
Palestine League
Enlists Veterans
NEW YORK, (JTA) More
than 1,000 men and women, most-
ly World War II veterans, have
volunteered for service in the
George Washington Legion to
fight in Palestine, the American
League for a Free Palestine,
which is organizing the recruit-
ment campaign in this country,
said this week. Barney Ross, for-
mer boxing champion and Gua-
dalcanal hero, is among the vol-
unteers.
Major Samuel Weiser, of Eng-
l?nd, founder of tho Hebrew Le-
gion in his own country, is now
in the U.S. to help organize a force
of 10,000 volunteers to aid the
Jews in Palestine, a League state-
ment said. Weiser told a press
conference here he hoped to have
a militia of 20,000 men ready to
enter Palestine in May. Recruit-
ment campaigns, he disclosed, are
now being conducted in England,
France and South Africa, as well
as in the U.S.
Herbert M. C. Walker, a vet-
enn pilot, said the League has
"P-51s, P-38s and P-63swe al-
ready have enough pilots for
those planes on hand, but we'd
like to hear from all pilots who'd
care to volunteerjust to keep
them handy." Major Weiser and
Barney Ross are planning to visit
Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit,
Chicago and Los Angeles to spur
enlistments.
Illinois Conviets
Anti-Semites
CHICAGO (JTA) Rabble-
rousers hiding behind constitu-
tional liberties they seek to de-
stroy, received a "stay out of
Illinois" notice this week when
the State Supreme Court upheld
the conviction of Arthur W. Ter-
jniniello. The opinion sustained
the Appellate Court in Upholding
a Chicago Municipal Court jury's
conviction of Terminiello for dis-
orderly conduct in connection
w'Jh an anti-Semitic meeting
"eld in Chicago more than two
years ago.
The verdict marks a victory for
we Chicago Civil Liberties Com-
mittee as well as the Law Depart-
ment_ of the City of Chicago,
wncn secured the conviction and
UN Commission
To Proceed With
Partition Plans
LAKE SUCCESS, (JTA)The
United Nations Palestine Com-
mission has decided unanimously
to proceed with full implementa-
tion of the General Assembly de-
cision to partition Palestine.
At the same time, the Commis-
sion informed the Jewish Agency
that it will attempt to go ahead
with plans to set up Provisional
Councils of Government regard-
less of the April 1 deadline of
the Assembly decision. However,
the Commission made it clear that
the Provisional Council will not
be able to assume governmental
authority before May 16.
U.N. officials indicated that the
mere calling of a special session
of the Assembly as proposed by
the United States, could not stop
the work of the Commission until
the Assembly, reversed its pre-
vious ruling. It was also indicated
that the Commission is more de-
termined than ever to enter Pal-
estine at the earliest possible
date to exercise authority over
the Provisional Council it will
designate.
Arab Attack
Kills 42 Jews;
Truce Sought
JERUSALEM, (JTA)Forty-
two Jews died in an Arab ambush
of a convoy near Naharia, a
short distance north of Acre, it
was officially reported this week
in a government communique.
The bodies of five of the Arab
attackers, estimated to numbei
about 250 men, were discovered
near the scene of the massacre.
The five vehicles in which the
Jews were transporting supplies
for remote settlements in the
North were found completely de-
stroyed by fire. The Arabs are
reported to have used mortars
and machine guns in the battle.
The British Army announced
that it had arranged a truce with
Arab leaders in the Bethlehem
c':strict to permit the evacuation
of the bodies of eleven Jews
killed in a two-day battle be-
tween hundreds of Arabs and 95
Haganah men trapped in a convoy
of 35 trucks and armored cars.
Thirty-five wounded Jews were
also included in the vacuation
pact. Although the communique
did not specify whether the unin-
jured survivors would also be
rescued, all were brought safely
into Jerusalem by a military con-
voy.
The battle featured the use of
Jewish planes in a fighting ca-
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Glowing Tributes Paid Moses Ginsberg
Before Large Attendance at Breakfast
Decision to extend the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal for
two weeks through April 11 was announced at last Sunday's
report meeting, held as a testimonial breakfast to Moses Gins-
berg, industrialist and philanthropist of New York City and
Greater Miami, which took' place at the Steakhouse in Miami
Beach.
< Calling Moses Ginsberg "the
Rumania Benefits
Pogrom Victims
BUCHAREST, (JTA)A bill
to give disabled survivors of po-
groms, and widows and orphaned
children of persons murdered
during pogroms, the same pen-
sion and other rights as depend-
ents of Rumanian soldiers killed
during the late war is now in the
hands of the cabinet, the last
stage before the measure becomes
law, it was learned here this
week.
The legislation has been one of
the chief demands of Rumanian
Jewry for the three years since
the liberation and its enactment
has been promised the Jews by a
number of leading governmental
figures. The law, which extends
the benefits to all other victims of
"anti-democratic pe r secutions,"
has been held up until now be-
cause of a shortage of funds.
Editorial
The Combined Jewish Appeal is $338,925 short of reach-
ing the 1948 quota. Although it is challenging $1,489,925 is
a realistic goal, one which not only can be achieved, but
can be surpassed.
The funds are available in the uncovered prospect cards.
The campaign extended for two weeks can be a success. I-
will take intelligence, understanding, time and effort. But,
most of all, it will call for unstinting willingness to sacrifice
on the part of every Jewish man, woman and child in this
community.
Remember1948 is the year of destiny.
Jaffa Bombed; Revolution Thrertened
210 Jews Rescued From Ambush;
Vehicles, Weapons Surrendered
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Three
bombs were dropped on Jaffa
Monday morning apparently from
a plane, it was officially an-
nounced here. They caused no
casualties and only slight damage
to a Greek Orthodox school
building. Meanwhile, the Irgun
Zvai Leumi has threatened to
start a "revolution" against the
Jewish Agency unless a Jewish
Provisional Government is pro-
claimed immediately.
Seven Jews died during an at-
tack on the Arab village of Mug-
har, near the Lydda airport, ac-
cording to a government com-
munique. The communique states
that a Jewish armored car blew
up during the attack and all its
occupants, including one woman,
were burned to death.
Some 30 Arabs were killed dur-
ing a Haganah raid on the Arab
village of Sandala, near Jenin.
Despite strong opposition the
!.,. /nrrod the Arabs to abandon
The government issued a warn-
ing that it would never again at-
tempt tn rescue Jews attacked by
Arabs in a situation similar to
that of the Jews trapped in the
Kfar Etzion ambush. The state-
ment charged that the Jews set
out for Kfar Etzion from Jerusa-
lem without informing the au-
thorities, and when warned not
to return along the route to Jer-
the village and then destroyed
tenhouses. Later. Arab reinforce-
was mining the surrounding
roads. A truckload of Arab guer-
rillas was blown up with heavy
loss of life. The Jews returned
safely to base without having
suffered any casualties,
ments rushing toward the town
met a second Haganah unit which
usalem because the Arabs had
erected barricades to halt them,
the Jews had disregarded instruc-
tions. The government press re-
lease also revealed that 210 per-
sons were rescued, including 49
who were slightly wounded.
Jewish sources revealed that as
one condition for the truce, the
Arabs demanded that the Jews
surrender all vehicles and weap-
ons to them. This offer was re-
fused, but on orders from the
Jewish Agency, the weapons and
vehicles were surrendered to the
party of some 20 British police
and military officers who arrang-
ed the truce. The British subse-
quently handed the weapons over
to the Arabs. The final death toll,
according to the Jews, was 21
Jews and 17 Arabs.
first citizen of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community," Rabbi Col-
man Zwitman of Temple Israel
presided. Rabbi Zwitman com-
pared Mr. Ginsberg to the Moses
of Biblical fame, as a leader and
servant of his people, and men-
tioned that his given name of
Matthias, meaning a "Gift of
God" was equally appropriate in
view of the great benefactions
which he has bestowed both
locally and in his Northern home
communities of New York and
Brooklyn.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent of Mt. Sinai hospital, as
key-note speaker, gave a com-
prehensive outline of Mr. Gins-
berg's career, emphasizing that
mere material gain has never
been the motivating impulse of
his life and that the desire to
share in his good fortune has evi-
denced itself since the very
earliest days of Mr. Ginsberg's
arrival in this country as a penni-
less immigrant youth. "Moses
Ginsberg's is not just a Horatio
Alger success story," said Mr.
Meyer. "It is a story that trans-
cends the ordinary pattern, for it
serves as an inspiration to a
better, richer, more deeply satis-
fying way of life."
Circuit Court Judge Ross Wil-
liams, speaking for the legal pro-
fession, paid tribute to Mr. Gins-
berg, and mentioned the gift of
a law library in 420 Lincoln Road
which, he said, "has already
raised the quality of our profes-
sion and gives promise of insur-
ing greater justice and a more
equable administration of the law
in our community."
Representing the medical pro-,
fession, Dr. Murray M. Reckson-
acknowledged the gift of a
physicians' lounge established by
Mr. Ginsberg in the Mercantile.
National Bank Building. He told,
of a research project which Mr
Ginsberg's generosity had made
possible and which, Dr. Reckson
said "will save many a home from
the sorrow and ravages of a
pernicious disease, how practical-
ly eradicated through this par-
ticular research activity." Dr.
(Continued on Page 4)
Palestine Cables
NEW YORK, (JTA) Collect
cable messages from the U.S. to
Palestine will be cancelled by the
Radio Corporation of America
and Western Union effective
April 1, it was announced here.
Representatives of the two com-
panies said that "transfer ac-
count" messages for Palestine, in-
cluding commercial and press
cables, will not be accepted after
April 1, presumably because of
unsettled conditions in Palestine^
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9-Jenist ftcridiar
FRIDAY, APRIL 2,
Death Comes To Jewish Leader
In Middle Of Public Address
NEW YORKWhile in the
midst of a passionate address on
Eretz Israel which he was deliv-
ering at a meeting of orthodox
rabbis and Mizrachi leaders.
Gedaliah Bublxk. 73-year-old
Yiddish writer, honorary presi-
dent of the Mizrachi Organization
of America, and member of tht
Jewish Agency's polititical ac-
tions committee, died last week.
His last utterance was: "Eretz
Israelthe Jewish State "
More ihan 1000 person* attend-
ed his funeral in New York City
and heard Jewish leaders eulog-
ize the crusader for Torah and
Zion. Leon Gellman. national
president of the Mizrachi Organ-
ization, in paying tribute to his
colleague who was one of the
founders of the religious-Zionist
movement in America and who
at his death was its honorary
president, moved the mourners to
tears. He told the assembled that
Mr. Bublick's final resting place
will be in the Holy Land and
that the Mizrachi movement will
shortly dedicate a Palestine proj-
ect in memory of the religious-
Zionist leader.
Mr. Bubhck was known to mil-
lions of American Jews through
Sholom Ladies Hold
Membership Brunch
A membership brunch for paid
up members and new members of
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will be held on Thurs-
day. April 8. at 11 a.m. in the
patio of the Temple, according
to an announcement by Mrs
Alexander Kogan, president.
A humorous skit will be a feat-
ured attraction. Mrs. Irving Mar-
cus and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
are in charge of the function.
his columns on Jewish political
and re ;: us affairs which ap-
peared weekly in The Jewish
Morning Journal.
Installation Hold
At Temple Dinner
Sixth Annual Dinner Dance of
Temple Beth Sholom was held on
Wednesday, at the Ritz Plaza Ho-
tel, with Leon J. Ell as chairman
of the Dinner Committee.
Sam Lach::ian newly elected
President of the Congregation,
installed succeeding Harry A
Cornblum. Other officers and
Board of D installed were:
vice-prcs:dtnts. Sidney D. Ansin.
Joseph Ark in and Leo Robinson:
treasurer. Abraham Zinnamon:
financial tary, I. C. Green-
berg: genera! secretary. Leonard
Kimball: -: in of tthe board.
Louis J. Kren.-ky.
Board members are: Shepard
Broad. George Cohen. Harry A.
Cornblum. Leon J. Ell Joseph
Fenias. Louis Goldman. Emanuel
.rich. S. A. Goodman. Ro-
land Granat. Alexander Kogan.
Harry K-hn. Ralph Lachman.
Murray Maurer, Kenneth Oka
I N irdin, Irving Rothman,
Abraham Schiff. Abraham Solo-
sko, Leo Solomon. Charles Tobin.
and Simon Wolff.
Out-going officers were also
honored.
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Elects Officers Monday
Annual election meeting of
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
place Monday at 3 p.m.
Following the business session.
Miss Rosemary Gerson. colora-
tura soprano, will render vocal
selections accompanied by Miss
Frances Tarbaux at the organ.
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The visitor, who is current con-
vention chairman and chairman
of publications fur Hadassah
came from New York to address
the Miami group at their donor
luncheon Wednesday in the Mar-
tinique hotel. All members of Ha-
dassah are urged to attend this
evening's services.
Igor Gorin
Baritone Climaxes Toncort Series
Here an audition landed him a
Igor Gorm. star of radio con-
cert and opera, will bring his rich
baritone voice to the stage of the
Miami Beach Hign school audi-
torium to conclude the Commu-
nity Concert series for this sea-
son. He will be heard Tuesday.
April 6 at 8:30 p.m.
Gorin's varied program in-
cludes one of his own composi-
tions. "Caucasian Melody." He
will be assisted by Fritz Kramer
at the piano.
Born in the Ukraine, the bari-
tone moved to Vienna while still
a young boy following the deaath
the direction in which Europe
was heading, lead Gorin to the
United States several years ago.
of his parents. His first musical
experience was attained as a boy
soprano in Catholic and Protes-
tant churches there, and though
he was left entirely alone at the
ago of 12 when his uncle died, a
series of foilunate unforeseen in-
cidents lead him to the fame he
now holds.
Gorin studied at the Vienna
Conservatory of Music and later
became second baritone for a
Czechoslovakian opera company.
His rise to success began when
the leading singer became ill.
leaving the inexperienced vocal-
ist to the principal position in
which he gained experience and
fame.
The rise of Hitler and fear of
David Members
rise Rabbi
spot on the Musical Hall Variety
program and launched a radio
career.
Tickets for Tuesday's concert
may be purchased by calling Mrs.
Leo Huberman at 6-6811.
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Carl Weinkle
\ rtllMMl tO JWB
finance Group
The appointment of Carl Wein-
kle a vice president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, as
a member of the National Fi-
nance Council of the National
Jewish Board (JWB) was an-
nounced here by Irving Edison,
chairman of the council, JWB is
the national association of the
314 Jewish Community Centers
and YM-YWHAs, and is the
agency accredited by the govern-
ment to meet the religious, morale
and welfare needs of Jewish
Carl Weinkle
servicemen and patients in Vet-
erans Administration hospitals.
Mr. Weinkle is president of the
Miami Beach YM & WHA, and
is a member of B'nai B'rith. As a
member of the council, he will
represent Florida Jewish com-
munities in JWB financial af-
fairs.
The JWB National Finance
Council now numbers 43 leaders
of Jewish communities in all sec-
tions of the United States. It is
responsible for screening the or-
ganizations annual budget which
in 1948 was set at $1,477,800 after
the council's review of projected
JWB programs and activities.
Red Cross Distributes
Serum To Aid Measles
Dr. John Milton, chairman of
the Dade county Red Cross Dis-
aster medical committee, stated
Saturday that he has been ad-
vised by National Red Cross
headquarters that thousands of
vials of immune serum globulin,
for use in combating measles, are
now being distribtued throughout
the nation for use by the public
without charge and that 10,275
units have been sent to the Flor-
id i State Department of Health
in Jacksonville, and is available
'o county health units. Dr. T. E.
1 to, county health commission-
er, has secured this serum through
the state health office, for use
in combating the current measles
epidemic in Dade county.
King, Queen Crowned
At Beach Y Purim Ball
Miss Charlotte Orchow and
Murray Joskowitz were chosen
Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus
at the Miami Beach YM & WHA
Purim ball this week. Proceeds
Of $100 were contributed to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
twn for the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
The ball climaxed a day of
carnival festivities at the Y.
Booths at which games were
Played commemorating Purim
ere spread throughout the Y
grounds in the afternoon. A prize
or lne most appropriate booth
was awarded to the "Y Sacs," of
which Janice Klein is president
and Fay Herman, advisor.
Letters to the Editor
Dear Editor, Jewish Floridian:
"Whom the gods would destroy,
they first made mad." These
words keep constantly recurring
to my mind these fearful days.
Our beloved country is already
being catapulted into such a
frightful program of potential war
as may well lead not only to
economic destruction in our own
country but to world annihilation
-opq pue quioq-iuoje aq; itjim
terialogical warfare.
The following quotation puts in
better words than I could phrase
the urgency of each loyal and
patriotic citizen to protect our
democracy.
Henry Wallace in a broadcast
March 26, National Broadcasting
Co., said among many other things
the following:
"I ask the Congress to stop the
drive to war. I ask the Congress
to defeat the draft and compul-
sory training. I ask the Congress
to stop spending billions of dol-
lars to support corrupt govern-
ments and defend selfish private
interests. I ask the Congress to
build on the common ground of
peace by strengthening the Unit-
ed Nations. Call on the president
to build such an understanding
with Russia that both the United
States and Russia can wholeheart-
edly support World Federation
and a World Police Force strong-
er than that of any single nation."
The constitution of the United
States guarantees to each citizen
the right to petition his govern-
ment. It is a precious right. It is
a right which we must exercise
now.
I call upon you to petition the
Congress. Write your thoughts
simply and clearly.
When you have written your
petition, sign your nameget the
signatures of your family, your
neighbors and your fellow work-
ers. The men in Washington must
be told that the people are
against militarism and plans
which undermine freedom at
home and abroad. An awakened
people, using their power, can
win this fight for peace. Enlist
for peace. Speak up! Speak up
for peace."
Yours for world peace,
GERTRUDE S. BERLIN.
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FRIDAY, APril 2,
EDITORIAL
Friendship Train
Plans for a Friendship Train for Palestine
which will take carloads of needed food and
clothing to Cyprus and the Holy Land are being
worked out by the Jewish War Veterans, orgina-
tors of the idea.
Pending final arrangements as to charter of
the train and ships for transport to Palestine,
three trains will leave from West Coast cities-
Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angelesand
travel across the country to an East Coast port for
loading and shipment to Palestine. The trains will
stop at at least one loading point in each state
and in some states at several cities. They will
probably converge at New York.
The JWV is calling upon their 700 posts and
350 women's posts throughout the country to
spearhead the collection of articles of clothing
and foodstuffs. But the drive won't be confined
to the JWV. Other Jewish organizationsthe
Jewish Welfare Board, the B'nai B'rith, and the
Joint Distribution Committeeand synagogues
and local fraternal organizations, both Jewish
and non-Jewish, will be asked to participate.
The State Department has already given its
approval to the idea and JWV people have been
conferring with State Department experts to se-
cure the necessary export licenses and to co-
ordinate the proqram with the State Department's
Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid. The plan,
at present, is to study the resources of each state
to see what each area and locality can best sup-
ply for the purposes of the drive.
Heading the National Committee which the
JWV has set up to spark-plug the drive are David
S. Block, JWV National Chief of Staff and Mrs.
Ethyl Novak, National President of the J.W.V.
Ladies Auxiliary. A letter to their headquarters
at 802 F. Street, N.W., Washington, D. C, will
bring prompt information on how the plans are
progressing and how your organization can help
in the drive.
# louding the issue
The American Zionist Emergency Council is-
sued the following comment on President Tru-
man's statement at his press conference concern-
ing U. S. policy on Palestine:
We are not deluded by the attempt
made by President Truman at his press
conference today to make the United States
proposal of a trusteeship over Palestine
more palatable to public opinion. The Presi-
dent's conception of the Palestine issue was
most unrealistic and leaves unanswered all of
the questions which were raised in the Se-
curity Council by delegates who indicated un-
willingness to be led up a blind alley by an
improvised plan, which on the one hand scut-
tles the decision of the United Nations, and on
the other hand offers no sounder solution.
Who is to enforce the trusteeship which
Mr. Truman proposes? If he is thinking of an
international force, why the reluctance to think
in those terms in connection with the imple-
mentation of the United Nations partition de-
cision? Mr. Truman's efforts to justify the sudden
reversal of U. S. policy as having been designed
to "keep the peace" in Palestine is most un-
convincing when viewed against the general y
acknowledged fact that far more force would
be required to maintain a trusteeship than
would be necessary to carry out the United
Nations decision of November 29. 1947.
Mr. Truman seemingly believes that a per-
manent solution of the Palestine question can
yet be achieved by agreement between Jews
and Arabs. If so, we propose that he read the
proceedings of the United Nations General
Assembly's Special Session on Palestine, at
which the United States Delegate, Mr. Herschel
Johnson, declared:
"I think there is no delegation here which
does not know that no plan has ever been pre-
sented, either to this Assembly or to the Man-
datory Government during its long years of
tenure, or in any other place, which would
meet with the acceptance of both the Arabs and
the Jews. No such plan has ever been pre-
sented, and I do not believe that any such plan
will ever be presented. If we are to effect
through the United Nations a solution of this
problem, it cannot be done without the use
of the knife."
We wonder whether Mr. Truman is fully
cognizant of the facts concerning the conflict
in the Holy Land when he calls for a "truce"
between Arabs and Jews. We respectfully call
his attention to the comment of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine on this question made in
a letter to Secretary-General Trygve Lie on
March 17, 1948. At that time the Agency de-
clared:
"It must be emphasized that insofar as the
term "truce" implies a conflict between two
belligerents it does not accurately fit the facts
of the present situation in which, on the one
hand, an attempt is being made by the Arab
States and the Arabs of Palestine to alter by
force a settlement approved by the General
Assembly of the United Nations, while the
Jewish Community has been defending itself
and the decision of the United Nations which
it has loyally accepted. ..
"The moment that Arab aggression ceases
The Red Cross
The Red Cross is simple, easy to understand
It is the story of tremendous leamworlc-of
sharing and giving. It is a graphic demonstration
of neighbor helping neighbor. It is the story of
men, women, and children who know that a
stronger America emerges as the cares of the
needy and distressed are relieved.
Hot food is served to hurricane sufferers in
southern coastal slates. Blood is rushed to
victims of a hotel fire in the Midwest. Rjj
Cross trained life savers plunge toward younq.
sters who have ventured into the water beyond
their depth. Nurses are recruited for new out
breaks of polio. Practical skills are taught to
patients in veterans hospitals.
When you support the Red Cross, you help
in all these things. You are therebecause the
Red Cross, which represents you, is there. You
are one of the many, many neighbors united in a
common cause, united by the one banner "under
which all men may serve"the Red Cross! The
important thing to remember is that in all it doej
the Red Cross depends on you!
Jewish armed reaction will also terminate.
There must of course be a clear understanding
that the cessation of Arab aggression will also
include the stoppage of preparations for future
aggression, the evacuation of foreign forces
and the prevention of further incursion of armed
bands into Palestine."
We also beg to differ with President Tru-
man's assertion that our Government "vigorous-
ly supported" the partition decision of the
General Assembly. Exactly the opposite was
the case. Long before the Security Council
began its deliberations on Palestine it became
clear that our State Department was determined
to sabotage the United Nations' decision. From
the very beginning of the Security Council's
meetings it was also clear that the Truman
Administration was employing legistic devices
and all manner of delaying tactics in order to
evade our Government's clear obligation to
support the implementation of the United Na-
tions' decision.
We deeply regret to state that not only has
Mr. Truman failed to convince us that his pro-
posal has merit, but his statement has only
served to confirm our original contention that
the U. S. trusteeship plan will exacerbate the
situation in Palestine, bring about the shedding
of further innocent blood and endanger a just
political settlement.
Combined Jewish Appeal Lags;
Campaign Extended Two Weeks
(Continued from Page 1)
Reckson presented Mr. Ginsberg
with a token to express, as he put
it. "the love and appreciation of
every doctor who is a tenant of
Moses Ginsberg's, along with
their sincere prayers that he may
lorg be with us."
Others who paid tribute to Mr.
Ginsberg were Mayor Marcie
Liberman of Miami Beach, Dr.
Jacob Kaplan. Rabbi Emeritus of
Temple Israel, in his invocation,
and Rabbi Murray Grauer of Mi-
ami Orthodox Synagogue in his
closing benediction.
Responding to the toast, Mr.
Ginsberg, who will be 75 on his
next birthday, presented to the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
a ten-year lease on their premises
at 420 Lincoln Road at one dollar
a year. Mr. Ginsberg acknowl-
edged with great modesty the
adulation extended to him and
re-affirmed his conviction that
"doing good, being of service to
one's fellow man is the only true
path towards happiness."
Jacob Sher. president of Fed-
eration, unveiled a plaque com-
memorating the presentation. The
plaque will be hung in the foyer
of Federation headquarters. An
engraved scroll was also present-
ed to Mr. Ginsberg.
Hundreds of telegrams were re-
ceived from outstanding leaders
in non-sectarian and Jewish ac-
tivities of which Mr. Ginsberg
has been a benefactor, from all
over the country, congratulating
Mr. Ginsberg upon the occasion
and Greater Miami upon its good
fortune in having him in its midst.
Present to witness the I
paid the philanthropist were Mrs
Ginsberg, his wife, and several
of his children and grand chil-
dren.
The Sund.iy meeting which was
to have been the final one of the
drive revealed a shortage
S338.935 from the goal of $1,489-
925. On a motion of Max Orovitz,
co-chairman of the campaign,
some 600 workers voted to con-
tinue solicitations until April 11.
In making his motion. Mr. Oro-
vitz stated: "In the tace of the un-
swerving determination of Pal-
estinian Jewry to attain state-
hood, we would be, indeed, dere-
lict in our duty if we stopped
short of full victory in our cam-
paign."
Mr. Sher urged the volunteers
"to make every effort to bring in
the lagging contributions so as
to enable Greater Miami to take
its place as the first major city
in the United States to complete
a successful campaign in behalf
of the $250,000,000 national goal
of the UJA." He invited all work-
ers to be his personal guests at
a "Campaign Closing I'
which will be a real Victory
Party." Exact time and place of
the affair will be announced
later.
Joseph R. Stein, campaign
chairman, pointed out that nearly
$200,000 in gifts were received
last year from contributors who
have not as yet been solicited in
the current drive and that full
coverage of all prospects could
definitely bring attainment ol tin-
entire quota. Members of the
G ter Miami Jewish commun-
ity who have not as yet been
visited by workers were urged
to send th"ir contributions
to the 1948 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal headquarters, 420 Lincoln
Road, or to receive the soliciting
workers "with the courtesy and
generosity which this vital cause
demands and merits."
The campaign unit chairmen
ed as follows:
Winter ResidentsJack Albin,
Jack Dubinsky and David
Phillips, co-chairmen; 154 pledges
for S523.(i74.
TradesStanley C. Myers, E.
Max (, : tein and Herberg
Scinr co-chairmen; 1,803 pledges
tor $523,674.
H teh Maicie Libern.an Irv-
ing Prankel, Joe Gardner and
Sam Laehman, co-chairmen; 382
pledges for $336,415.
Women's GiftsMrs. Abraham
Goodman. Mrs Jennie Grossing-
er, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
.'. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Joseph
co-chairmen; 809 pledges
foi $94,770.
MetropolitanGeorge Chert-
koff. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chair-
men; 2,951 pledges for $59,177
Vnung AdultFred Grossberg,
Joe Pardo and Laurence Singer
co-chairmen; 229 pledges for $7.-
624.
YouthAbe Cannes, chairman;
204 pledges lor $840.
Total: 6.542 pledges for $1-
150,990 '
Community Chest
Lauds Zwitman
Jack O. Corbin. chairman of
the 1948 Community Chest Cam-
paign, has announced this week
the presentation of a special Cita-
tion to Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
Rabbi Zwitman
man for his special service and
excellent efforts on behalf of the
Community Chest in the closing
weeks of the 1948 Campaign. The
Citation bears a communication
from Mr. Corbin to the Rabbi
which states in part:
"Although our campaign is
short of its goal, I am sure that
we should not have collected
as much as we did without your
cooperation and the spirit )'ou
engendered in your congrega-
tion which gave impetus to the
drive at a crucial moment.
Your encouragement spurred
to action a number of workers
who produced results at a most
difficult timewhen the drive
was already on its last legs
Our regret is that your en-
thusiastic support was not re-
quested at the start of the cam-
paign. You may be certain,
however, that we hope to enlist
your services before we engage
in another campaign.
The enclosed citation is o
ficial recognition of your el-
fort, but in addition, I wisn w
express my personal tnanw
and appreciation." .
The letter was signed by u
Corbin, campaign chairman.
A Purim celebration and
masquerade took place at Beth
David Sunday school lait week
Over two hundred children
came in costume representing
different character, in hiitory
Arab Ambush
Kills 42 Jews
(Continued from Page 1)
Pacity for the first time in the
four-month old conflict. Four
Jewish planes called to the aid
of the convoy by radio bombed
and strafed the Arab forces con-
tinuously until nightfall.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2. 1948
Candlelight Ceremony Unites
Miss Irene Jacobs, James Ha
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PAGE FIVE
Sam Mades And Bride
Reside On Miami Beach
Greenfields Celebrate Fortieth Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield of 2315 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, will be guests of honor at an open house given by their
children in celebration of the Greenfield's fortieth wedding anni-
versary. The affair takes place Wednesday evening from 8 to 10 p.m.
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Greenfield, 4495 Nautilus
No invitations have been mailed, but all friends of the couple
have been invited to attend the anniversary celebrated by the hosts,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden, Arnold
Greenfield and Miss Shirley Greenfield.
Charles Greenfield is chairman of the board of directors of the
Maxwell company. He came here in 1925 after an earlier visit in
1899 to become one of the founders of the nationally known organ-
ization.
A romance wnicn Degan several
years ago in high school was cul-
minated last Sunday when Miss
Irene Jacobs became Mrs. James
William Baros. jr. Their candle-
light ceremony was held in the
garden of the King Cole hotel,
Miami Beach, at 7:30 p.m. and
was followed by a reception in
the dining room for wedding
guests.
The newlyweds are now on a
five-week motor trip to Cali-
fornia.
David Jacobs, brother of the
bride who is now studying for
the rabbinate, assisted Rabbis
Max Shapiro and Colman A.
Zwitman with the marriage rites.
Altar declorations included can-
dleubias covered with white
flowers and a bower in the form
of a trellis with white gladiolas
and asters.
Maid of honor, Miss Lynn Ra-
bin; bridesmaids, Miss Joan Perl-
man, Miss Edie Resnick and Miss
Barbara Sacknoff; and keeper of
the guest book. Miss Jean Fleisch-
man, are all sorority sisters of the
bride.
Evans Baros served as best man.
Ushers included William Goshen,
Aaron Roscnthal and Leon Bera-
tan.
Alan Rose, ring bearer, carried
a lace and satin ribbon pillow
made by his grandmother for the
wedding of his mother, Mrs.
Frank Rose of Miami. Elaine
August was flower girl.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man D. Jacobs of 528 S.W. 10th
Ave., the bride is a graduate of
Miami Senior High school and
more recently of the University
of Miami where she majored in
sociology. At the University she
was president of the local chap-
ter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority,
served on the Hillel advisory
council and was secretary of the
Hillel foundation. Mrs. Baros is
a past president of Debbs chap-
ter, B'nai B'rith Young Women
and also of the Fifth District of
the national organization. She
served as a national youth com-
missioner for BBYW.
The groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. James William Baros
of the Everglades hotel. A grad-
uate of Miami Senior High
school, he received his degree in
chemical engineering from Geor-
gia school of Technology at which
time he was also commissioned
an Ensign in the United States
Naval Reserve. Mr. Baros served
as president of his college frat-
ernity. Alpha Epsilon Pi. and is
a member of the International
Association of Chemical Engi-
neers.
Out-of-town guests for the
nuptial occasion included the
bride's brother, David Jacobs, and
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Tomashoff.
Mrs Albert Newman and Mrs.
Abraham Siegler, all of New
York; Miss Doris Blicher of West
Palm Beach; Leon Beratan of
Philadelphia and William Saul of
Tampa.
Miamians At Wedding
Of Florida U. Student
Miss Dolores Trilling, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Trilling of
Brooklyn, N.Y. and Paul Kashdan.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kash-
dan, also of Brooklyn, were unit-
ed Tuesday in Gainesville, B'nai
Israel synagogue, by Rabbi Engel.
spiritual leader there.
Eugene Solomon of Miami was
best man and Miss Anna Belle
Weld of Miami Beach was maid of
honor. Other attendants were
Norman F. Solomon of Miami,
Lewis Meisel and Robert Sommer
of Miami Beach and Armand
Davis of Jacksonville.
Mrs. Kashdan attended schools
in New York. Her husband, a vet-
teran of the Navy, is now a stu-
dent at the University of Florida.
Branison-Levin
Nuptials Told
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad
EXTEND
A CORDIAL INVITATION
TO THEIR FRIENDS
TO JOIN WITH THEM
AT THE
Bar Mitzvah
OF THEIR BON
Morris N. Broad
SATURDAY. APRIL 10TH.194S AT .0:30 A.M.
AT
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 CHASE AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Now residing in Miami Beach
following their honeymoon at the
Boca Raton club, Boca Raton.
Fla. are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Mades whose wedding took place
February 29 in Temple Beth
Sholom.
The former Miss Gladys Siegcl
daughter of Mrs. Flara Siegel and
the late Moses Siegel of New
York City, was given in marriage
by her brotther, Henry, who flew
here from Saginaw, Michigan.
Miss Syd Siegel, the bride's sis-
ter, was maid of honor.
Jack Mades served as best man
for his brother.
The bride attendee; Goucher
college and was graduated from
Pratt School of Business in New-
York.
Mr. Mades, son of Mr. and Mrs
Philip Mades of Miami Beach.
was graduated from Wharton
school of Commerce and Finance
of the University of Pennsyl-
vania. He is a member of Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce.
Miss Eisenberg
Engaged To Lundy
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg
of 703 Washington ave., Miami
Beach, have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter.
Marilyn, to Martin Lundy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lundy Mi-
ami Beach and Philadelphia.
Miss Eisenberg, a graduate of
Miami Beach High school, is a
member of B'nai B'rith. Her
fiance attended the University of
Miami.
Have You
REGISTERED?
BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 3
Mrs. Gordon To Install
West Palm B'nai B'rith
Mrs. Harry Gordon has been
invited to install officers of the
B'nai B'rith auxiliary in West
Palm Beach Sunday evening.
April 11 at a dinner dance at
Leon & Eddies there. Jack Ab-
bott, president of the State Fed-
eration of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
will install the men's lodge.
Mrs. Jack Levin
Mrs. Anne Bramson and Jack
Levin were united in Temple
Beth Sholom last Saturday eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m. A reception fol-
lowed the ceremony in the patio
of the Temple.
Daughter of Mrs. Dora Bram-
son, the bride is the operator of
the London Arms hotel. Miami
Beach, and Hotel Columbia,
Sharon Springs. N. J.
Levin, who is from Newark,
N. J.. is in the moving picture
business and real estate.
Following their honeymoon
touring the West Coast of Flor-
ida, the couple will reside in
Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY.
Miolom Students
Celebrate Porim
With Masquerade
Over 600 parents, friends and
children of Temple Beth Sholom
Religious school thronged the
Temple patio last Sunday and on
Purim eve, March 24. in celebra-
tion of the Feast of Esther, which
took the form of a masquerade
and carnival. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. spiritual leader of the Tem-
ple, acted as Mayor" of "Temple
Shushan City." Cantor Samuel
Kelemer lead the children and
parents in a community sing of
Purim songs.
A dramatic debate, entitled.
"You Decide" was presented by
several members of the religious
school, under the direction of Hy
Fried, Temple organist and teach-
er of the fifth grade.
A grand parade of costumes
followed, with Dr. Alfred Mam-
Rabbi Max Shapiro Talks
To Beach B'nai B'rith
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
principal speaker at the next reg-
ular meeting of Miami Beach
lodge. B"nai B'rith. Tucson
8:15 p.m. in the Miami Beach
YM & WHA His I Is The
Palestine Cri--?.-
A sound film "Passport t N
where." has been made available
through the office of the Anti-
Defamation League.
The meeting is to be the :
one conducted by new offic<
the lodge. President Harry Zuck-
ernick will preside and appoint
committee chairim-r.. D..v;d A
ism : '
Deborah Hadassah
Plans Membership Teas
Mrs. Martin Genet. mem!>
chairman of the Deborah group
of Hadassah. has announced a
series of teas to be held at the
homes of members of the group
let, Judge Kenneth Oka, and 0n Tuesday afternoons. Purpose
Mrs. Simon Wolff as judges. The:0f the project is to introduce in-
following decisions were render- terested women to the work oof
edi Most humorous costume. Hadassah and Zionism.
Ahasuerus. worn by Robert j Friends of Hadassah and all
Jaffe; the most beautiful, slave those interested in the work, are
girls, Ellen Rothman and Mar- inv.ted to attend the functions
cias Straus: the most original. Those contemplating attendance
representing the Hanging of;are asked to contact Mrs. Genet.
Haman, David Hirshman and Mi- 58-2655.
chael Goldstein: the most origin-1 .-------------------------
al, representing Torah, Eileen VerrPtrrrirm Societv
Goldman; representing Queen Vegetarian OOCieiy
Esther, Geraldme Taran. Honor- Gives Musical Program
able menti awarded to: | A musicale and fun program
Harvey Kumin and Jerry Kumin, was arrangeci by Eve Glassman
representing displaced persons, Lor the Vegetarian Society of Mi-
three Queen Esthers, Jill Fenias. jami Saturday at the Spinoza
Benverly Bienner and Goldie forurrii Miami Beach. Proceeds
Fishman; clown, Mickey Gal-iraisecj wju be used to adopt a
lander; Queen of Sheba. Jac-|farni]v m Europe through B'nai
queline Do::'. Jews of different ,B'rith.
parts of the world, Robert Fried- | ^jrs rjora Katz and Mrs. Mollie
man. Helen F: iedman and Carol
Friedman.
nan, sopranos, rendered a
selection of American. Hebrew
and Russian songs, accompanied
by Mrs, Weissman on the accord-
ion. Marty Marteil offered several
numbers on the viola.
Closing Council Forum
Features Harrison Wood
National Council of Jewish I ~~~~ "
Women, Miami Section, will close Beth David Meeting
its Public Speaking Forums for Regular Congiegational meet-
the season with a discussion onijng of Beth David will be held
Russia, to be given by Harrison Wednesday evening. April 7, at
Wood, radio commentator, and 8:15 in the Talmud Torah. Harry
well-known authority on the sub-
ject. This final program will take
place at 1.30 p.m. today, at the
home of Mrs. Joseph Williamson,
2825 Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach.
Markowitz. president, will have
on the agenda reports by Com-
mittee chairmen and action on
the proposed Building Plans. Re-
freshments will be served.
For Passover Pleasure
and
Good Nourishment!
BREAKSTONE'S
FARMER CHEESE
CREAM CHEESE
COTTAGE CHEESE
SOUR CREAM
SWEET III I I IK
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
And All Year'Round
CERTIFIED BY RABBI LIBER COHEN
OF NEW YORK
Be sure that the name
appears on every product
PALESTINE SCIENTIST
ON FLYING VISIT TO V. S.
Prof. Michael Even-Ari, out-
standing >cicnli-t of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, has just
arriwd by plane from Palestine.
Dr. Kvcn-Ari will tour the
United States in April to assist
in the current campaign to raise
,<1. II 1,000 for the Hebrew
L'nh ersity.
lie will also make a special
report to chapters of the Arner*
ican Friends of the Hebrew
University on the operation of
the University during sieee con-
ci t j.>ii~. !>r. Even-Ari'a tour is
sponsored by the American
Friends of the Hebrew
University, 9 East S9ih Street,
New York 28, N. Y.
Mr*. Ilrrk IIrail*
% Mrs. Samuel Beck was re-
elected president of the Miami
auxiliary to the Jewish Home for
the Aged at their last meeting
Monday night
Mrs. Charles Belanoff is the
new vice-president, Mrs. Marian
Schoor. treasurer.
Other officers re-elected for
this year are: Mrs. Harry Shar-
gaa second vice-pres.; Mrs.
Charles Minowitz, third vice-
pres.; Mrs. Sidney Covner, fin.
sec; Mrs. Samuel Geltner, rec. j
sec; Mrs. Sidney Boenger, corres.!
sec; and Mrs. Ben Kandel, sgt.-
at-arms.
Deborah Group Shower
To Benefit Palestine
Next regular meeting of De-
borah group of Hadassah will
take the form of an "April show-
er" for Palestine supplies. Held
in the auditorium of the Miami
Beach YM & WHA Monday, April
12, at 1:30 p.m., new hospital
items such as towels, sheets, pil-
low cases, etc., will be contrib-
uted by the members.
Mrs. Jay Jacobs, Palestine Sup-
plies chairman, will discuss the
problem of supplies for the Holy
Land.
Mail For "Tornow"
National Council of Jewish
Women has mail addressed to
Joachim Tornow from his parents
in Germany. If he will call at
Council office, mail will be turn-
ed over to him.
Han-arks To
Skyscrapers
* few of our satisfied clients:
United States Coast Guard
Waldorf Astoria Hotel
Commodore Hotel
Providence Biltmore Hotel
New York Telephone Company
New York Central Railroad
La Salle military Academy
Graymoor Monastery
Consolidated Edison Company
National Exhibition Co.
___(N. Y. Csants)
li-iiufit Ly~tii ~ buying "power" and
ability of an i i organ-
l^iilon. Discuss your building
Plans with our representative!
who win rladly explain
evonoiny method.
W. F. Babor
Co., Inc.
General Contractor*
Grand Central Terminal
New York
| 350 Lincoln Rd., M. B. Ph 5-
J Builders of Hotels. Apartme
J and Commercial Buildings
j 25 Years.
David Sisterhood
Regular monthly meeting of
Beth David Sisterhood will take
place Monday at 8 p.m. in the
svnagogue. Mrs. Max Shapiro and
Mn Alexander Steibel are in
charge of the program .
A presentation will be made by
the Sunday school students of the
Passover Seder as written in the
modern Hagadah by Mordecai
Kaplan.
ApRIL 2. I94g
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J. Edwin Larson
STATE TREASURER
STATE INSURANCE
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HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL
Political Adv. Pd. f
Dade County Fi 1el
ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN
DAVID M. PAPY
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
A Civil Engineer with SI years IX| rltnce
on public works
Airports Administrative H ,J'
Drainage Business Bridges
1. Born and reared in Tallahass.-.. WorW
48 years of age.
2. Came to Miami In 1929.
3. Civil EngineerContractor-K:um-r
4. Now In the equipment rental business,
5. Si years nation-wide experience rub"
lie work.
6. MarriedTwo children.
A Man Who Will Serre the People
Elected county wide
Pd. POL Adv.
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
COUNTY SOUCITOR
FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR
BATTLE AGAINST
ORGANIZED CRIME!
"The way to stop crime is to convict criminal*!
His official record in all cases brought to trial i*
92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF
THE HIGHEST IN THE U. S.
That's Why
THE MOBSTERS WANT HIM OUT!
. wunuingi for ? o "y\Ti
25 Yf- support the Dade County Crime Commission i
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IDAY, APRIL 2, 1948
Jrthodox Groups
Man Conference
Fifth annual convention of the
loutheastern Synagogue Confer-
ence will be held in Miami Beach
flay 21st through May 24th.
The first meeting of the con-
tention committee was held Mon-
|av March 29th, at the Beth
Jacob synagogue. Serving on the
Erangemeata committee are: Dr.
j. Safra, chairman, David
feoldstein, William Mechlowitz,
tarry Leavit, Mrs. Jack Hirsch,
Irs. Carl Willis and Mrs. Joseph
Beltzer.
Program committee consists of:
abbi Moses Mescheloff, chair-
ban. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Rab-
Simon April, Sidney Palmer,
M. Drewich, I. Brenner, Mrs.
kavid Whitman and Mrs. Anne
fcrow.
Tjack Satin is chairman of the
jiblicity committee.
[Southeastern Synagogue Con-
ference is composed of the Ortho-
bx synagogues of Tennessee,
eorgia, Alabama, South Caro-
na, Louisiana, North Carolina,
ississippi and Florida.
finnan Honored
[Herbert II. Lehman, four times
bvernor of New York, former
rector-general of UNRRA and
[recognized leader in American
Lwry, today (March 29) was
kmed honorary national vice-
tairman of the Anti-Defamation
eague of B'nai B'rith on the
casion of his 70th birthday.
ORANGES
Ve Grow and ship from our Indian
|Bivtr Groves. The sweetest and
best Flavored fruit you can buy.
There is a big difference. Mi
bushels shipped $1.75. Will deliver
|n Miami $1.25.
CALL MARTIN 7-7443
Miss Bendremer
JDC Worker
To Visit On Beach
Miss Selma Bendremer of New
York City, now field representa-
tive for the Youth Division of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
major American agency ading
Jewish survivors overseas, is ex-
pected to visit the Jewish Young-
Adult Council of Miami Beach
according to Budd Cutler, presi-
dent of the council.
In charge of arrangements for
the mass meeting of young-adults
which will take place at the
Beach Y Monday, are Miss Shir-
ley Collegeman and Mrs. Doris
Pardo. Miss Bendremer's topic
will be "Overseas Jewry and
Their Relationship to Palestine."
Miss Bendremer is a welfare
and child care worker who spent
thirteen months with the JDC
aiding distressed Jews in the
British zone of Germany. Her
first assignment with the JDC
was in Hamburg, Germany,
where she opened the Warburg
Children's Home for Jewish or-
phan survivors of the notorious
Belson concentration camp. She
held the post of JDC child wel-
fare specialist in the home until
April, 1946, when she escorted
105 of the youngsters to Mar-
seilles, France, where the JDC
helped the children depart for
Palestine. Miss Bendremer's next
assignment was as JDC liaison
officer of the Belsen D. P. camp
between British army ana
UNRRA officials and leaders of
the Central Jewish Committee in
the camp. She also helped de-
velop a project which is now
going into effect for the immi-
*Jewlstifh>rid Haiti
PAGE SEVEN
MOTHERS! MOTHERS! MOTHERS!
The Talk of the Town When the
JOY-MAKERS
CATER YOUR CHILD'S BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH
GENUINE CIRCUS CLOWN SOUND MOVIES
ICE CREAM MOLDS BIRTHDAY CAKE CANDY
BEVERAGE GAMES AND PRIZES FAVORS
BALLOONS DECORATIONS
For Reservations and Information
CALL 83-2810
6ELMA BENDREMER
gration of large numbers of Jew-
ish men and women to Sweden.
She handled all immigration mat-
ters including visas, military
clearance and transportation.
The visitor's last post before re-
turning to the United States was
as JDC representative in Han-
over, Germany, largest Jewish
community in the British zone of
Germany.
The Miami Beach Jewish
Young-Adult Council is com-
prised of the following affiliated
groups: Clara Hirsh Landau
Chapter, B'nai B'rith; Emma La-
zerus Chapter, B'nai B'rith; Trop-
ical Lodge, B'nai B'rith; Young
People's League; Junior Hadas-
sah; Masada; and the member-
ship-at-large of the Beach "Y."
Miss Bendremer's visit here, in
her Southern tour, is being ar-
ranged by the Youth Division of
the JDC in conjunction with the
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
sion and the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth Commission.
Miami Y To
Inaugurate New
Dance Series
Inaugural spring dance, the
first all Miami "Y" dance in the
new building, 450 S.W. 16th Ave.,
will be held Saturday night, April
10, according to Sam Seitlin.
chairman of the social commit-
tee.
Dave Tyler and his Beach-
comber orchestra and a promin-
ent rumba band will feature th"
music for the occasion. There will
be continuous dancing. Tables
will be set in night club fashion
and refreshments will be served
In a recent interview Seitlin
said, "All Miami has been wait-
ing for the opening of our new
building. While this will not be
the official dedication, it will
serve as a get-together of the
"Y" membership and their friends.
There is a dire need in this com-
munity for social affairs on
Miss Lillian Fox
On Bureau Program
Mrs. Lillian Fox is the new
story teller on "Grandmother's
Tales," a public service program
of WMBM presented in coopera-
tion with the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The program, heard every Sun-
day morning 9 to 9:15 a.m., is
designed for children. Biblical
stories, folk and legend are told.
Former story teller was Miss
Jeanette Tupler who recently left
for Chicago.
imii
TOUBY
MINTING
Local Representatives
Attend Jax. Sessions
Miss Selma Lewis and Miss
Beverly Raphael are in Jack-
sonville as representatives of Mi-
ami Junior Hadassah to the
Young Judaea Leaders Institute
there. The conference is co-spon-
sored by the Jacksonville and
Southern Zionist Youth Commis-
\ sions.
Vocational Guidance
Aid Undertaken By Y
Mrs. John Temple, chairman of
the youth committee of the Mi-
ami "Y," announced that the Mi-
ami "Y" has undertaken a test-
ing program for teen-agers in
order to ascertain their mental
ability, mechanical ability, and
other aptitudes.
Martin Rubinstein, member of
the graduate school of the Uni-
versity of Miami, will be in
charge. "We shall make available
to anyone interested all informa-
tion in any one vocation or pro-
fession," Rubenstein stated.
week-ends and we of the Miami
"Y" will try to carry out such a
project for the community. We
urge all our friends, young and
old, to come to the dance and
see the wonderful facilities the
community has made possible."
Admission is $1.20 including
I tax.
Fo' f'1'"'*
Fo, MM
fi
% '^Zy
ROKEACH
Abs^NYAFAT
Ye, do your Passover cooking,
baking, and frying with this
purely vegetable product. It
helps make your foods tastier,
more wholesome, more easily
digestible. Use it all year
'round. Your grocer has it.
Ask for it by name.
Look for tho sptcial
"KOSHER FOR PASSOVER'' Ubtl
on h jar
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"Take Tolls Off
Venetian Causeway"
Says DARREY A.
DAVIS
State Legislature
Candidate, Group 1
NATIVE FLORIDIAN
WAR VETERAN
RESIDENT DADE
COUNTY FOR
33 YEARS
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Obituaries
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MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
JACOB AND LEAH ESTERKES
Jacob Eaterkes, co-owner and man-
niter of tho Wlnterhaven hotel, and
hia wife, Leah, were killed In nn
automobile accident Monday on High-
way 94. They were returning home
from St. Petersburg where they had
accompanied their 11-year-old son,
David, to Florida Military academy,
following the boy's holidays from
school.
The car was found about DS miles
from Miami in a canal.
ELECT
MRS. DORIS CHASAN
If, of 17S0 S.W. 21st St., passed
away Friday following a brief 111-
neaa. Wife of Arthur Chasan and de-
v.it.il mother of Berna Sue, also
survived by her mother, Mrs. Minnie
1'ulver, five sisters, Beatrice Gurtz.
Mrs. Hope Kosen, Mrs. Kunlco Sum-
mar, Mrs. Adeline Brown, all of
Providence, Rhode Island, and Mrs.
Oiadya Krause of Brooklyn, New
York, nlso 2 brothers. Harold and
Joseph 1'ulver, both of Providence.
Funeral services were held In the
Chapel of Gordon's Funeral Home
Monday at noon with Interment In
Mount Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA RITTER
63. of 1101 S.W. 14th Ave., passed
.way suddenly Saturday, remains
were sent to New York by Gordon's
Funeral Home.
HARRY SCHWARTZ
68, of 2015 Plunkett Ave., Holly-
wood, passed away Friday, remains
were sent to Wilmington, Delaware,
by Gordon's Funeral Home.
LOUIS F. RED)
SM lH,Alt
Your
County Commissioner
District 5
VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

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FMDAY.AFWH^
1948
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN
Joseph R. Stem
CO-CHAIRMEN
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Max Orovitz
Mri. Monte Seiifl
VICE CHAIRMEN
Shepard Broad
Harry Cornblum
Sam Friedland
Charles Greenfield
Benjamin Kan*
Baron de Hireh Meyer
Mr. Benjamin Meycri
Matilda Ratner
Joseph Richter
Monte St fl
Arthur X. Ungar
Carl Weinkle
TREASURER
Moaea Gmiberg
RABBINICAL
REPRESENTATIVES
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Rabbi Irving Lthrman
Rabbi Max Shapiro
SOL'CITATION UNITS
INITIAL GIFT
Sam B ank
Max Orovitz
Co-Chairmen
Jack Ablin
R. Wi!!iam Apt*
Mote* Gmtberg
Maurice J. Furman
Leo E<*en*tein
Leo Chaikm
Isadore Goldberg
Nat Hankoff
Aaron Kanner
Leon Kaplan
Abe Kurman
Sam Lachman
Sam Levinton
Marcie Liberman
Murray Maur*r
Max Meisel
I. L. Vinuer
Stanley C. My*r*
Dan Ruskin
Herbert Sch*r
Monte Se g
Jacob Sher
Harry Sirkin
Carl Susskind
Carl Weinkle
SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT
Abraham Goodman
Wm. D. Singer
Co- Chairmen
Morn* Alpert
Rabbi Simon April
Leonard Barr
Isadore Benjamin
Charles Cohen
Joseph Fenias
Ben Giller
Joseph Lipton
Oscar Mamber
Benjamin Meyers
Maurice M. OroviU
Seymour Rubin
Ed Singer
Matthew Silverstein
Al Stone
Harold Turk
WINTER RESIDENTS
Jack Ablin
Jack Dubinsky
David Phillip*
Co-Chairmen
Harry Aberman
Sidney Ansin
Irving S. Hirch
Alex Goldblatt
Ben Kane
Loui* Krensky
Sidney Solomon
S. C. Stampleman
Gu* Trau
Joseph Weidberg
Jacob Ziakind
HOTEL
Marcie Liberman
Irving Frankel
Joe Gardner
Sam Lachman
Co- Chairmen
Arthur Adler
Dr. David Andron
Sid Bernbaum
Harry Cornblum
Joe Feniaa
Jacob Fishman
George Goldberg
Isador* Goldman
Abe Halperln
Nat Hankoff
Abraham Hyman
Fred Jonai
Sam Katt
Harry Koretzky
Murray Maurer
Dougla* N. Raff
Joseph Rambam
Joseph M. Ro
Dan Ruskin
Jacob Seidenberg
Harry Sirkin
John Stan-
Milton Wolf
EXTENDED
YOUNG ADULT
Fra Groiiberg
Jo**ph Pardo
Lawrence Singer
Co-Chairmen
Florence Abramson
Don* Aronon
Harry Adams
Miss Mildred Berkowitz
Billy Cohen
Miss Shirley Coliegeman
Steve Davie
Don Eanett
Harvy Oweskm
Mrs. Harvy Dwoskin
Victor Eber
Julius Erstling
Saul Feldman
Leonard Fisher
Irving Getzug
Miss Esther Goldberg
David Goodmaa
Lenny Goodman
Jean Guberman
Jack Harris
Seymour Hinkes
Arthur Kimmel
Marvin Herman
Abe Kaplan
Seymour Kaplan
Mrs. Anita Kratiah
Dave Leibman
Larry Levenson
Emanuel Levmson
Ruth Liberman
Ted Nelson
Norton Pallot
Ela'ose Rogow
Si Robbins
Dorothy Rader
Edward S. Rubm
Theodore J. Sakowitx
Abe Schaeffer
Stanley Schenk
Dr. William Schiff
Dorothy Sussman
Stanley Sher
Victor P. Silverman
Stanley Stuart
Sanford Swerdlin
Miss Hope Tannenbaum
Saul T. Von Zamft
Julian Weinkle
Miss Ethel Weinstein
Robert Weitz
Bill Wittan
Dick Zion
Morty Silverblatt
Warren Sherwood
Dr. Emanuel E. Schon
YOUTH
Abe Gannes
Chairman
WOMEN'S GIFT
Mrs. Abraham Goodman
Mrs. J. G. Lewis
Mrs. S. C Myers
Mrs. Joseph Rose
Mrs. Jennie Grossmger
Co-Chairmen
Mr*. Harry Abrman
Mrs. Morn* Alpert
Mr*. S. Ansin
Mr*. Charl** Beckwlth
Mr*. Joaeph A. Itrmin
Mr*. Herman Binder
Mr*. Sam Blank
Mr*. George Chertkof
Mr*. Charle* Coh*n
Mr*. Harold Cohan
Mr*. Edward L. Cowan
Mr*. William Feldman
Mr*. Joseph Fenia*
Mr*. Joseph Fenias
Mr*. Ben Frackman
Mr*. Irving Frankel
Mrs. Maurice Furman
Mr*. Louis Glasser
Mrs. George Goldberg
Mrs. Anna Gordon
Mr*. Stuart Gordon
Mrs. David Harna
Mr*. Lester Hart
Mr*. Ada Joaeph
Mr*. Edward Kaplan
Mr*. Laon Kaplan
Mr*. Louia Krenaky
Mr*. Sidney Lefcourt
Mr*. Joseph Lipton
Mr*. Sam Lipton
Mr*. Jack Millar
Mr*. J. N. Morn*
Mr*. Max OroviU
Mr*. Jules Pearlman
Mr*. David Phillip*
Mr*. Harry Platoff
Mr*. Charle* Roeengarten
Mra. Harry Rubin
Mr*. Lee Rubin
Mra. Alvin Sandier
Mr*. Sam Sapiro
Mra. Monte Seng
Mra. Sam Simonhoff
Mr*. Wm. D. Sing*r
Mra. Harold B. Spaet
Mra. Elry Stone
Mn. Sam Taran
Mr*. Carl Weinkle
Mr*. Sam Weitsel
Mr*. Milton Wolf
Mr*. Morn* Wolf*
TRADES
5. C. Myers
E. Max Goid*tein
Herbert E. Scher
Co-Chairmen
ACCOUNTANTS
M. G. Furman
6. Lefcourt
Co-Chairmen
Harry Blumin
Stanley Levich
Joseph A. Peat
Sidney Waarman
Murray Weyner
AMUSEMENTS
Jacob Sher
Chairman
4 INFANTS
APARTMENT HOUSE
Morris Gold
Chairman
Harry Bodenatein
Sol Goldman
M. Janoftki
Oscar Lelchuck
Charlea Levin
Harry Levin
Jack Lippson
Abraham Maaon
J. Nathanson
Mortimer Raskin
Mrs. Helen Sanders
A. Schankman
Max Sheik
Jacob Sklar
Abraham Sir
Meyer Teigman
Mrs. Samuel Tress
Samuel Tress
Sam Wolf
AUTOMOTIVE
Sam Luby
Chairman
Jerome Goodman
Sam Lesche
Louis Pallot
Norton Pallot
Henry Shier
Sam Weissel
BEVERAGES
Harold Cchen
Joe Davis
Jack Zwickev
Co-Chairmen
Herbert Blume
Max Goldenblank
John Green
Sam Wieder
BUILDING TRADES
Dan B. Ruskin
Chairman
Jerry Selig
Maurice Orovitz
Henry Hohauser
Ira Wolsey
E. J. Baskind
Lawrence Sapero
Ben Markowitz
Ellard Kahn
Mr*. Matilda Ratnr
Louia Touby
Leonard Glickman
BUTCHERS
Phil Romer
Chairman
CHILDREN
WEAR
Moe Rippa
Loui* Wolf*
Co-Chairmen
CONFECTIONERS
L. 6alinger
Chairman
DENTISTS
Dr. L. Finn
Dr. F. Coret
Co-Chairmen
DEPARTMENT STORES
Ben Hartley
Dr. M. Goodman
Co-Chairmen
DRUGS A SUNDRIES
S. Goldman
Chairman
Sid Beakind
Erneit Lleber
Ted Mdakoff
Harry Ruben
Arnold Simon
Phil Steir
Jerry Warren
DRY GOODS
Ted Gulkis
Chairman
Maurice Cromer
Norman Lynn
Phil Somberg
ELECTRICAL
Max Meiael
Chairman
Jules Dreyfu**
Harry Friedland
John Gross
FARMERS
Jack Bernstein
Herman Marka
Co-Chairmen
FINANCE
Sam Sapiro
Chairman
Georg* Davi*
Jo* Williamson
FOOD SERVICE
Lou Loeb
Harry Friedman
Joe Scheinbcrg
Co-Chairmen
FOOD
Harry Saff*r
Co-Chairmen
Mr*, r'arry Aibrt
Theodore Berman
Jack Gould
AI Green
Bon* Honoroff
William Klin*
A. Lipaky
Harry j. Millar
Georg* RoiniUIn
en Silver
Herman WalUman
Nat Zalka
These are the men and women who
cess of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
devotion is due the thanks of the er
tribution yet, call any name on this
get your name on the 1948 Honor Ro
FRUIT SHIPPERS
Emil Cohen
Chairman
Archie Brick
George B. Kroaa
Jack Kurshan
Leon Michelaon
Henry Rufeisen
FUNERAL PARLORS
Harry Gordon
Chairman
FURNITURE
Sam Lipton
G. Wolpert
Ted Garnitz
Wathan Straus*
Co-Chairmen
HEALTH SERVICES
Dr. B. Sadowky
Chairman
INSURANCE
Sol Finn
Leonard Tobin
Samuel Traurig
Co-Chairmen
Alex Cohen
Harry Diamond
Wm. Edeistein
Ray Feiner
Nathan Gam
Paul Greene
Art Kahn
Sam Mayaer
Arthur Olden
Al Sandier
Max Schwartzbaum
Lou Seitlin
Wm. Strauae
Jack Zillen
JEWELRY
Joseph Richter
Chairman
David Baaa
Joseph Bernstein
Philip J. Bernstein
Joe Cohen
Sig Eisenberg
Louis Hirsch
Abe King
Lester Korshak
Jacob Rabinowiti
Alvin Richter
O. M. Richter
Herman Rubin
Irving Saal
Marty S'rnmons
Jules Spievack
LAUNDRY A
DRY CLEANERS
L. Snetman
Chairman
Robert Hollander
LAWYERS
M. Roaenberg
Milton Weiaa
Albert Lehrman
Co-Chairmen
Jo*eph Arkin
A. Benjamin
Arthur M. Courshon
Mai -in Englander
Brnarr| Frank
Mirtin Genet
E. Max Goldstein
Ribort Hollander
Lawrence Hoffman
Aaron Kanner
Leon Kaplan
Albert Lehrman
Emanuel Levenson
Samuel Miller
Mortimer Podell
Morn* Ro*enberg
Morri* Salomon
Alvin Sandier
Harold Zlnn
Jerom* Weinkle
LIQUOR
Ned Sail
Sidney Weln.tock
Co Chairmen
Norman Brown
Jerry Cole
Cy Gorton
Harry Goodman
Stuart Gordon
L*wi Gorfln*
Oavid Kaufman
Frank M. Laiaru*
Aaron Leban
Bill Lee
Eugene V. Maria*
Perry Marka
Ben Mitchell
Bernard Norman
Murray Polvay
Ben Rockford
Sol Shapiro
Leonard Waiaberg
Jack Zwicker
MEN'S WEAK
Jules Gillette
William Slepian
Dan Roth
Co-Chairmen
Harry J. Day
Paul Klempner
Joe Lynn
Dave Miller
Bernard Slifkin
Sol Stein
Edward Weinatein
METAL eV WASTE
Meyer Schwartz
Chairman
NIGHT CLUBS
Bill Jordan
Chairman
PAINT, CHEMICALS. A
PAPER PRODUCTS
Robert Levin
Chairman
Arthur Rabe
Albert D. Sherman
Harold Slegel
Arthur Stein
PHYSICIANS
Dr. S. Frehling
Dr. S. C. Werblow
Dr. BenJ. Oren
Co-Chairmen
Dr. L. Lytton
Dr. A. Kuahner
Dr. A. Hollander
Dr. L. Grossman
Dr. M. Trauert
Dr. T. Berman
Dr. M. S. Gnck
PRINTING A
STATIONERY
Fred Shoehet
Chairman
Paul Barnett
Jack Teltler
PRODUCE
L. jacobus
Mre. Llbby Fleher
Ce-Chalrmen
REAL ESTATE
G. Bertman
S. A. Goodman
I. S. Shapoff
Joe Cohen
S. J. Halperih
Co. Chairmen
S. Aahkanazy
Ralph Bargtell
Donald F. Rubin
Jennie Van Meier
Arthur Sache
RESTAURANTS
Sam Kaplan
Wm. Silverman
Ed Snyder
Co-Chairmen
RETAIL STORES
6am Silver
Chairman
SHOES
Abraham Blatt
Max Nankin
Co-Chairmen
Jacob Epstein
Hal Hertz
Irving Rothman
SOCIAL BERVICE *
WELFARE WORKERS
Mr*. BenJ. Meyars
Chairman
Leo Allen
Mre. Leo Alpert
Mi** Etta Andur
Charlea Cohen
Mi** Bernice packman
Mre. Finkleatein
Ml** Adeline Fried
Mra. Abe Oanne*
Abe Goldman
M.sa Betty Oo|db"B,
Mias Helen Oraubert
Rabbi Murray Orauer
Maurice Groesman
Mre. Maurice Oroasman
Mitt Naomi Groaman
Mia* Ida HIMman
Qua Jacobion
Mre. Kakovaky
Morris Klaaa
Rabbi Leon KrSjJ**
Rabbi irvlnt Lehrman
Perry Marke
Walter Mayer*
Rabbi Albert M|eh,l,.,,
S.bb. Joeeph *'<*Zy
Mlea M*tB_**!5?"
MS.a Sara ****
Rabbi Ma "''?
Lionel J- SHverma"
George Tllnoff
Mr. Miriam Tu"f*
Rabbi Colman Zwitm.


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Mre. Max Bargman
David Barkken
Irving Blrnbcrg
Mra. M. I. Block
A. Bramaon
Mra. Frad Braz
Mra. Sarah Branaon
Mra. Roaa Brody
Mra. Murray Buah
M. Buxbaum
Mra. Raa Chanoek
William P. Charnov
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Lao W. Chulock
Miaa Alice Cohan
Mra. laidora Cohan
Hana Coleman
Mra. Wm. Cootnar
Alvin Corenblum
Mra. Maurice Corenblum
Mra. Hy Covarman
Lillian Crook
Mra. William Danzinger
Mra. Nathan Davldow
Mra. Judith Dixon
Mra. Dubin
Mra. Bernice Dublar
Petty Dutkln
Philip L. Eckelaon
Mra. Eleanor I. Eichanbaum
Mra. Adolph Feldman
Mra. J. R. Feldman
Mra. Selma Feldman
Mra. Yetta Feldman
Mr*. Frank Flahbeln
Mr*. Martin Fiahman
Mr*. Sam Friedman
Mr*. Wm. Frl*dman
Mr*. Basale Gabriel
Louie Qaden
Mra. Sam Qaltner
Mra. A. B. Oillman
I. Oilman
Mra. I. Oilman
Bear A. Olazreff
Mra. Sally Olovsr
8. Cluck
A. Oold
Mr*. A. Oold
Adale Goldberg
Ben Ooldhagen
Mra. Jerry Ooldman
Mr*. Sam Ooldman
Mr*. I. H. Qoldmann
Mra. Ethal Ooldatain
Mra. Frad Ooldatain
Mra. Herman Goodman
Mra. Rita Gordon
Mr*. Dorothy Green
Ed. Oreenbaum
Mra. Barbara Oraanbarg
H. Oraenberg
Mr*. Joaeph Oraenberg
Mr*. Ray Greenberg
William H. Gron.r
Mra. B. Qroaa
Dorothy Greene
Oscar Greene
Mra. Ban Grossman
B. Qrudin
Miaa Norma Hiii
Mr*. A. W. Harris
Mr*. Ida Hartz
Mra. A. A. HaytJen
Mra. William Hachlar
Mra. E. Hinkaa
Mra. Leo Hohauaar
Mra. Morrla B. Horwitr
Solomon laaenberg
Morrla Jacoba
Mra. Eather Kahn
S. Kahn
Mra. Simon Kahn
Mra. Helen Kaplan
Hyman Kaplan
Mra. Ida Kargar
Mra. Elizbeth Karp
Mr*. Kenneth Kaaaelman
Mra. Ruth Katzif
laidora Kaufman
Mra. Joseph Keller
Joeeph Keller
Mrs. Minnl* Keller
Mr*. J. Keetenbaum
Mra. Murray Klraehenbaum
Frank Kline
Mra. Minnie Klin*
M. J. KopelowiU
L. Kornfleld
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Barbara A. Kostoff
Joseph Kriaaall
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Mra. Hilda Kroner
Mrs. Janet Kufald
Mosea Kurman
Mrs. Etti* Kurzrok
Mrs. Albert Ladd
Mra. Dorothy Lambert
Mrs. Harry Laufar
Mra. Mlna Lavina
Mr*. Al Lazoff
Kurt Lederer
Mra. Martha Lonohue
Mra. Lillian Lamer
Mr*. I. Leaaem
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Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
Mrs. H. Levine
Ida Mae Levine
M.icy J. Levinaon
Miss Fanny Levitt
Mrs. J. Levitt
Robert Lewin
Tillie Livingston
Mr*. Charlee Ludwig
J. Lurnsky
Edward L. Lustgarten
Miss Francea Makovaky
Morris Malmud
Mrs. Irving Matlin
Kurt Mendel
Mrs. Q. L. Mendelaon
Mac Mermell
Miss Ursula Metzger
Mra. Gloria Meyer
Mrs. B. Meyers
Mrs. Margaret Milgram
Mra. Al Miller
Mrs. Francie Morris
Mr*. Vera Morae
Miss Lillian Muenater
Mre. Nathan Namoff
Edward Newman
Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg
Mra. J. Nuaaman
Mra. Charlee Oberferit
Charles Oberferit
Dr. D. Oberetein
Mil* Jeanette Ocha
Mr*. B. O. Oren
Harry Orlin
Sid H. Palmer
A. Pepper
Mre. I. Peskoo
Miaa Ethel Pont
Jacob Pulver
Dave Rabinowitz
Marvin J. Rauzin
Jack Regal
Mrs. Al Relaer
M.-s. Frieda Richtman
David Rifae
Mr*. David Rifaa
Max Robin
Mr*. Eather Rogera
Mra. Morrie Rohineky
Harry Roae
Mra. R. J. Roaen
Mrs. Dorothy Rosenberg
Mrs. A. Roaenblum
Mra. Ray Rosenfeld
Mrs. Henry Rosengarten
Mrs. A. Rosenthal
Albert Roeenthal
Mra. Fred Rosenthal
Mra. Anna Roaaant
Sol Rovln
Mra. L. Rubin
Mra. Belle Rubinatein
Miaa Lillian Sack
Mra. Roaa Sakol
Theodore Sakowitz
Sherman 8aul
Mrs. Joaeph 8ehaffer
Miss Miriam Schoen
Mrs. M. Seeman
Miaa Shirley Seitlin
Manuel Serkin
Mrs. Max Shapiro
Mrs. Janet Shawmyt
Miss Sylvia Shendloff
Mrs. Aaron Shevln
Mre. Elsie Siegel
J. A. Siegel
Mrs. J. H. Siegel
Max Siegal
Mrs. Oecrge Silver
George Silver
Jack Silver
Mre. Roae Silver
Mrs. Sam Silver
Mra. Jean Silverman
Joseph Silverman
Mrs. Millie Smipkine
Mrs. O. S. Slndell
Mr.S Herman L. Skl.n.ky
Mrs. Rita Solomon
Leonard Sornstein
Mr*. L. Stahl
Mr*. Alex Stiebel
Mrs. Minnie Stolz
Stanley Stuart___
Benjamin Sugarmar,
Mr*. Samuel Traurig
rSS &org.0W..dbaum
Kr.rriJ,ac^brwar...rm.n
SSw. R"th Weinberger
Mrs. Florence Weiner
Miss isabelle Weiner
j. Weiner
Milton Weiner
Mr*. Melvin VVeinkie
Mr*. 8. J. W.in.t.in
Louie Welntraub
I, walaman
Edward WeiM
Mrs. Joaeph Weiea
Jules Weiea
Samuel Weitzman
Mrs. Ida Wessel
Mrs. Belle Wee.on
Mr*. Whlthaua
Mrs. Bstty Wl*e
Joe Zall*
Samuel Zatman
Oscar Zeltzer
Mre. Harriet Zimmerman
Mre. David Ugent
David Ugent
Mrs. Gertrude Bott
Mre. Latka
M. Latka
Mra. Maurice Lefcoe
Maurice Lefcoe
Mra. L. Mendesohn
L. Mendesohn
Frank Rose
Mra. Morrie Simon
Jack Weiser
BEACH MAJORS
Mre. Morris Alpert
Mra. Harold Aualander
Joeeph Ountov
Miss Clara Goldenberg
Bea Kaletein
Walter Kovner
Mra. Joseph Mintzes
Judge Kenneth Oka
BEACH CAPTAINS
Mra. Benjamin Appei
Mre. Anna R. Berow
Mrs. Edith Broida
Mrs. Lionel Carpel
Irving Cypen
Miss Evelyn Decky
Mre. Abe Dorf
Mrs. Leo Elkin
Mre. Minnie Epstein
Mrs. L. Feinstin
L. Feinstin
Mrs. Maurice Gans
Maurice Qana
Mrs. Ruth Oeller
Mre. Leonard Glickman
Mra. Lillian Gans
Mrs. George Goldberg
Joaeph Goldberg
M. Goldin
Mra. Harry Holland
Mrs. Ada Joseph
Sam Katz
Dr. Seymour Kreisler
Mrs. Louie Marcus
E. Markow
Mr*. Murray Maurer
Mra. Lillian Mllbouer
Joel Newman
Mra. Stanley Philips
Mra. Harry Platoff
Mra. H. Rattner
Morton Ruesack
Abe Samkin
Mra. Harry N. Schiff
Mra. Bob Schwartz
Mra. Herbert Schwarz
Herbert Shapiro
S. W. Shapiro
Miae Frieda Shifman
Mra. Sol Silverman
Mra. Manuel Tannenbaum
Mra. Lena Weiner
Mre. Maurice L. Zareteky
Harold Zinn
Harry Zuckernick
BEACH WORKERS
Jack A. Abbott
Mrs. Jack Albin
Mra. Fred Abrama
Mra. H. Abromowltz
Mr. Wm. Agranove
Salli* Alexander
L. Bakerman
Abe Bealolenki
Mra. Barney Beckerman
Mr*. Roae Beibin
Mre. A. B. Berman
Anna Bernteln
Harry Berntein
Mr*. David Blank
Mra. lea Bookapan
Mra. Mabel Branaome
Mra. Edith Brenner
William Brody
Ruth Brothman
Mra. Celia Brown
Jean Brown
Mra. Clara Bruthholtz
E. A. Burg
Jules Channing
Martin Chochem
Mre. J. Cholodenko
J. Cholodenko
Mra. Sam Coolik
Mr*. Ernestine Cooperwaaser
Mra. Herman Corrsin
Mra. Florence Cromer
Yetta Davidaohn
Beaulah Davia
Arthur Degutz
Israel Diamond
Mra. Esther Dorochlnkey
Sam Drexler
Mra. I. A. Ourbin
Mrs. Ethel Ehrlich
Mra. Joe Ehrlich
Mre. Sally Elitzer
Moses A. Emanuel
Mre. Henry Engel
Mre. Arthur England
Louia Falk
Mra. Aaron Farr
Miae Minnie Feinberg
Sara Felneteln
Mre. Theodore Firestone
Mrs. Malcolm Firat
Mollie Fisher
Bella Fiehman
Use Ftankel
j. M. Freedman
Fannie Freemark
Miaa Ann Friedberg
Mra. Friedman
Lillian Friedman
M. J. Friedman
Pauline Friedman
Mra. Ruth Friedman
Mra. Emma Friend
Mri. Bernard C. Fuller
Mra. Lena Qansndia
Katharine Oer
Reuben Gerbert
Mr*. Adolph Oinsburg
Mr*. Ruth L. Olatt
Dr. Samuel H. Qluekman
Mrs. Sarah Oold
Mr*. Goldberg
1U
Mrs. F. Goldberg
IsiJcre Goldberg
Alex Goldblatt
Mrs. Marsha Goldfarb
laidor Goldman
Mrs. Harry Goodman
Hetty S. Goldstein
Mrs. Rachel Goldstein
Nm Gcldstrom
Miss Maybell Goodman
Mrs. S. Goodman
Mra. I. Goodatein
Mra. A. Goodwin
Mrs. Elaine Gordon
Ray Gordon
Sarah Gordon
Mrs. Celia Goae
Mra. Shirley Grayeon
Mrs. Pearl Graz
Mrs. Abraham Oreenberg
Mrs. Morris Hahn
Mrs. N. H. Hankoff
Mrs. Celia Herman
William Hertz
Nate Herzka
Simon Hill
Mrs. Irving S. Hinjich
S. Hochberg
Mrs. Max Hoffman
Max Hoffman
Helen M. Jeffrey
Mrs. Fred Jonas
Rebecca Jonkel
Mrs. Rose Jonkel
Mrs. Evelyn Kahn
Mrs. Freda Kalstein
Mrs. Anna Kaplan
Mrs. Isaac Kaplan
Mrs. Lena Kaplan
Sarah Kaplan
Mrs. Rachel Katz
Mrs. F. Kaufman
Mrs. Mollie Kaufman
Mrs. Yetta Keirstein
Mrs. Pearl Klotz
Josepn A. Kogos
Irvin Korach
Mrs. Sam Koslen
Sam Koslen
Mrs. Harry Kraff
Mrs. JacoD Krantz
Alfred Kreisler
Mrs. Louis Krensky
Mrs. Moses Kriegor
Mrs. H. Laibson
Lillian Lanberg
Mrs. J. Lawrence
Mr*. J. Leaderman
Mrs. Ethel Lesowoder
Mrs. Levin
Mr*. Beckie Levin
Mr*. Ziporah Levine
Mr*. Aaron Liebman
Mrs. Eugenia Lillienfeld
Mr*. Fannie Lipahitz
Mrs. William Loeb
Mrs. Roae Luatig
S. Lyons
Herbert Markow
Mrs. S. W. Mayaer
Mrs. Joseph Mazo
H. Mazor
Mrs. Mendelson
Max Meseer
Miss May Micheleon
Clara Miller
Mrs. Bessie Mlntz
Janette Morgan
Albert Naness
Mr*. Harry Nelson
Mr*. S. Neuwirth
Godfrey K. Newman
Mr*. Nathan Newman
Max Novack
Paul Paetro
Mr*. L. Pa I lot
William Paull
Mra. Sonia Peike*
Mr*. Earl Pertnoy
Mra. L. Piatrich
Mrs. J. Plotkin
Mrs. Harry Polaaky
J. Pollack
Mrs. Douglaa Raff
Mra. Francea Rakoff
Mra. Harold Rand
Mra. Rappoport
M. Ratner
Mre. Freda Rich
B. Rlfkind
Mr*. Samuel Rogow
Leo Rose
Mre. Joaef N. Rosen
Mrs. Jack Rosenberg
Maurice Rosenberg
Montague Rosenberg
Mra. Ray Roaenblatt
Julius Roaenatein
Max Rosenstein
Mr*. Albert Ro*enthal
Mra. Lelia E. Rosenthal
Mra. Harry Rubin
Mra. Z. I. Sabahin
Dr. Z. I. Sabshin
Reva Sage
Mra. Fred Saled
Mr*. Cora Samuels
Miaa Charlotte Saul
Augusta Q. Schachtar
Mra. S. Schankman
Mra. Jay R. Schwartz
Mra. Jennie Schwartz
Mra. Nat Schwartz
Mra. Pearl Schwartz
Mra. Henry Seitlin
Henry Seitlin
Mra. Mania Shabaia
Mra. Morrie Shapiro
Mra. Louie Sherman
Mra. S. Seubin
Mra. M. Shubow
Mra. Maxlna Siegel
Mra. Anna Silverman
Mra. Harry L. Silverman
Mathew Silversteln
Arthur S. Simon
Mra. Arthur Simon
Joe Singer
Nathan Slutzker
Mr*. Ruth Slutzker
Sam Solovsy
Mra. Harold B. Spsst
Mra. Helen Sparber
Linda Spltalnlk
V;'

Mrs. Kay Stein
Mrs. Roe* Stein
Mre. Anna Strauss
Mr*. Loui* M. Strauss
Mra. J. Sudakow
Mra. S. 8ummeratein
Mra. Carl Suaskind
Dr. Stanley Sutnick
Mra. Esther Tarr
Mre. Shirley Tarr
Mr*. A. J. Tobin
Mr*. Stella Turk
Harold Vinson
Mrs. Sam Weinfeld
Mrs. Barney Weinkle
Mre. Dora H. Weiae
Edna Weiee
Josef Welaa
Mra. Molly Whether
Mollie Whitman
Dr. Celia Wohl
Mre. Sara Wolcott
Joe Wolf
Mr*. Bertha Yagoda
Mra. Lilly Yeamans
Dr. Leo Zuckerman
Mrs. Rose Zuckerman
Mrs. Doris Zwick
Mr*. Irving R. Becker
Mr*. Bella Black
Max Ganzman
Mra. M. Giller
Mra. Ben Goldatein
Mra. M. Julian
Mr*. Nathan M. Kaplan
Mra. Gerald Lewia
Abraham Maaon
Mr*. Rashkes
Mra. Rosenfeld
Mra. Seymour Rubin
CORAL GABLES
WORKERS
Mrs. S. G. Covner
John Curnin
Imrich Eichenbaum
Miriam Eichenbaum
I. Geratenfeld
Albert Levick
Howard Margoli*
Morris Rutkln
Sam Schulefand
Harold Georgo Shapiro
Mra. Harold G. Shapiro
Lawrence Simkin
Mra. Charlee Weintraub
Charles Weintraub
NON-SOLICITATION UNITS
VOLUNTEERS
Mrs. John Temple
Mr*. Leonard Wien
Co Chairmen
Ada Friedman
Mildred Krupaaw
Reba Shapsee
ARRANGEMENTS
Mra. Sol Lealie
Mra. Herbert E. Sober
Co-Chairman
RATING
Harry Blumin
Sldnry Lefcourt
Co-Chairmen
SPEAKERS
Mr*. Max Dobrln
Mr*. Dorothy Fink
Co-chairmen
Dr. David S. Andron
Saul Aahkenazy
David Cataman
George Chertkof
Miaa Celia Dobrin
Mra. Florence Flnkeliteia
Abe Cannes
Mra. Louia Glasser
Mr*. BenJ. Goldetein
E. Max Goldatein
Abe Goodman
Mra. Abraham Ooodman
I. R. Goodman
Rabbi Murray Qrauar
Maurice GroSeman
Qua Jacobson
Mra. Leon Kaplan
Rabbi Leon Kroniah
Mra. Irving Lehrman
Rabbi Irving Lahrman
Mra. Sol H. Lealia
Mr*. Isaac Levin
Mra. Leo Levin
Mra. Alfred Mamlet
Mr*. Harry Marcus
Rabbi Mosee Mescheloff
Mr*. Benjamin Meyers
Mra. H. C. Moaer
Mra. Stanley C. Myers
Max Orovitz
Rabbi Joe. E. Rackovaky
Burnett Roth
Mra. Harry Rubin
Seymour Rubin
Mra. Monte Selig
Monte Selig
Mr*. Maurice Serotta
Harold Shapiro
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Herbert E. Scher
Mr*. BenJ. Sherry
Harry Simonhoff
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
Wm. D. Slngar
Jean Torbin
Mra. Louia Touby
Dr. Joseph Weidberg
8. Weissbuch
Herman Wapman
Mra. Nat William*
Rabbi Cotman Zwitman
PUBLICITY
Mra. H. B. Spaet
Chairman
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PAGE TEN
*Jenistfhrid^r
TELLS PALESTINE STORY
Renven Dafni, mayor of the settlement
of Ein Geb on the Sea of Galilee ind
high ranking officer of the Uaganah,
who hat just arrived in this country
from the Jewish Homeland, is bringing
the story of Palestine to communitiet
throughout the U. S. under the jus.
pices of the 5250,000,000 United Jew.
ish Appeal.
Political Roundup
J. Edwin Lars n pres
treasurer and si
commissioner for the p I
years, is .- -electiol
a guardian of pul
son states he h
pie of Flori
his record to p:
sperienced
measures up t
the office
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In 1941. L
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Miss Rosalynn Drosd
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installed as president of Mi-
ami Junior Hadassah chapter at
their tallation tea S .lay. 4
p m in the Garden
2215 S.W. 8th St.
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:.: -- Elaine Sa hi firsl
vice pres Miss Audre;
pres.; Miss Ruth
Carp, third Miss Es-
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HARRY S.
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Your Present Constable
District 5
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to be equipped and :
the Police a^

a force wou
case of huri
:
Mi] s i : she iff h Iquarl
have been opened at 2134 N.W,
FRIDAY, APRix 2
The mlgrat ry cri .
lutes tl to law
and order in Dade
cording to Robert R. T
count;. licitoi Tl
his office show our local
::iure law-abiding I
those of othei
country," he stated.
"It is 1
who follow the tourisl
;" 'L-- Ml ] ; ;..:.... |
our future and it
luire the help of all oui
as well as police officials, to com-
oat it.''
Taylor ibited by
:: ::. | .
Tnat must be don.
officers, ...
ibles, etc. who then I
sworn charges in h. ::. Qnh
PERRINE PALMER, JR., has
qualified as a candidate for Dade
county sheriff with the pledge
to "clean-up the gangster sr.d
hoodlum element which has
moved in on us." The success-
ful veteran and businessman
who made an outstanding record
as Mayor of Miamistates that
he has three children, and that
he does not "intend to see them
brought up in such an atmos*
phere."
. prosecution. A
rmitted to file
. 4es.
way to stop crime
ninals" is his
and his official record re-
t 92 per cent of con-
. all cases tried. He has
41,000 cases in the
16 he has held the office.
Sunday Schools Start
New Debate Series
-, teams of the Miami
Beach Jew.-:-. CYnter and Beth
p >sed each other on the
v,d: The Sundav
I Plays Beneficial Role in
Sunday.
live team consisted of
an i D ris Rosenbaum of
Bi ach Jewish Center:
. Ruth Saal and
Lewis of Beth David.
Judg. s .. re Dr. M. Lipkinri
n and Eh Hurwitz
A. P. G :.: was chairman.
.: Beach Jewish Center
n the first round. The
is are to meet again
'n a!^ weeks, and other
'ill be challenged tt
in debates.
WARREN
Fuller M.iiiM ii Says:
"I am absolutely opposed to a general sales
tax, and as governor will veto any bill im-
posing such a tax.
FULLER WARREN
SOUTH FLORIDA CANDIDATE
for
GOVERNOR
I Adv.
ELECT
R. B. "BUNN"
GAUTIER
STATE SENATOR
WORLD WAR II VETERAN
JLIFE LONG RESIDENT OF DADE COUNTY
benefits to teachers. GAUTIER vojt nd additil
to the aged, ,he blind andI nTed? ^^^ bene'"
Elect R. B. "BUNN" GAUT& You^ta* Senator
-------------------------------------------------.________I><"- Political Adv.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1948
+Jewish flcrld/lam
PAGE ELEVEN
abbi Lehrman to Discuss Palestine at
holem Lodge; Other Groups Active
An address by Rabbi Irving
ehrman on the critical state of
Palestine question will feat-
e the next meeting of Sholem
,odge Men and Women at Kap-
jn Hall, Temple Israel on Tues-
lay. April 13, at 8:15 p.m.
iii response to many requests
Ly B'nai B'rith members in this
Irca for an authoritative descrip-
of recent Palestine develop-
u-nts as well as a summary of
United Nations action regard-
g partition and the position of
\ie American State Department,
Sholem Lodge program com-
yttee has called on Rabbi Lehr-
iian to present this message to
Is member*.
Also featured on the program
till be the presentation of a
tonze plaque for outstanding
fork and devotion to B'nai B'rith
ttivities to Sam Silver, past pres-
Bent. Burnett Roth will make the
Eesentatibn address.
E. Albert Pallot, past president
Sholem Lodge and. a member
the National Veterans Com-
mittee of B'nai B'rith will of-
Ciate as installing officer for
new panel of officers to serve
lorn April 1st, 1948 to March
1949.
I Miss Arline Perry and Burton
lichaels of Miami Senior High.
Bnners of the high school de-
ate contest sponsored by Sholem
odfie will be guests of Sholem's
Ivic affairs committee at this
Iceting. All new officers and
Lstees of Sholem Lodge are re-
bested to gather at 7:30 p.m. for
photograph of the group.
through 11th at the Hillel House
3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd., it has
been announced by Rabbi Albert
Michaels, director of the Founda-
tion here.
Hillel leaders from North and
South Carolina, Georgia and
Florida will gather in conference
to plan activities for student
youth in their respective states.
Miss Betty Alvin, student chair-
man of the convention here, an-
nounced that the proceedings arc
open to the public.
[A regular meeting of the North
hore Lodge B'nai B'rith will be
eld on Monday, 8:15 p.m., at
emple Beth Sholom. President
J. Kaplan will announce com-
jttee appointments and the
by-laws will be read and
boptcd by the members.
(North Shore Women's Chapter
to meet at the same time in
tether part of the Temple to
tun a social affair jointly with
Be men's group.
j Coral Gables Lod.ge will spon-
kr an observance of Pan Ameri-
n Day at their next regular
tceting on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m. at
pllel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon
llvd.
1 The program will feature a dis-
(ission led by Eduardo F. Reyes,
Bthority on inter-American cul-
liral and commercial relations,
iject of his talk will be "Dis-
assion for Understanding of
i-Americanism" and will be
illowed by a question and
bswer period in which the audi-
nce will participate. Also sched-
Jed is an address by Miss Pearl
told, student of Hispanic Cul-
|re and a contributor to many
tional magazines on this sub-
it She will speak on "Why I
Interested in Inter-American
Iffairs."
President Leonard Spiegel will
produce the speakers.
Judge Ross Williams will form-
ally present the B'nai B'rith Cit-
izenship trophy to Miami Senior
High school honoring the achieve-
ments of Miss Arline Perry and
Burton Michaels who recently
won the Dade County Debating
contest sponsored by Sholem
Lodge.
An assembly of all students has
been called for 8:40 a.m. in the
main auditorium at which time
the victorious debaters will re-
ceive gold loving cups in recogn-
ition of their forensic ability in
debating the negative side of the
question "Resolved That the
Marshall Plan Will Promote
World Peace."
The students and a representa-
tive of Miami High school will
leave for Washington. D. C. on
Sunday. April 11, where they
will be the guests of Senators
Claude Pepper and Spessard Hol-
land and Representative George
A. Smathers. They are to attend
sessions of the House and Senate
and visit historical points of in-
terest in the nation's capitol.
The contest has been for the
second year under the direction
of Jerome Weinkle, chairman,
and Sidney Aronovitz, co-chair-
man of the Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith Committee on Public Af-
fairs.
A "B'nai B'rith Night" is sched-
uled for the next regular meeting
of Tropical Lodge on Monday, 8
p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, Mi-
ami Beach. Speaker of the eve-
ning will be Harold Turk, presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
in Greater Miami.
Serving on the arrangements
committee are Mike Sussman,
Seymour Brenner, Bob Goodman,
and Harry Cygielman.
Tropical Lodge will sponsor a
membership social on Saturday,
8 p.m. at Beth Sholom Temple,
according to an announcement by
Gershon Miller, membership
chairman.
An amateur variety show will
be presented by the members of
the lodge. Refreshments will be
served by a committee headed by
A. Budd Cutler. Assisting Miller
with arrangements for the eve-
ning are Sol Genet and Eugene
Weiss.
George J. Talianoff, Florida
Regional director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, will address the members
of the Sholem Lodge Luncheon
Club today at 12:15 p.m., at the
Downtown Club, Seybold Ar-
cade.
Preliminaries in the second an-
nual B'nai B'rith Girls debate
tournament sponsored by Rose
Chapter B'nai B'rith Women will
be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Miami Beach Y.
Qualifying debaters will meet
in the finals on Sunday evening,
April 18 at the Beach Y at which
time the revolving bronze plaque
will be awarded to the winning
group and individual prizes giv-
en to the winners. Miss Betty
Ann Weintrub of Rose Chapter is
c'lairman of the debate contest.
The public is invited free of
CiOlgf
Coral Gables women of B'nai
B'rith have appointed delegates
to the B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami, it has been an-
llfiai"!! :i :"!
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Hillel Foundations of B'nai
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regional conference April 9th
JACOB SCHACHTER PRESENTS
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(Distinguished Director and Star of the Yiddish Art Theatre
of New York)
Accompanied by String Ensemble
In His World Renowned Characterization of
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with Music by
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An evening of
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This will be Mr. Schwartz' one and only appearance
in Miami Beach
Tickets $2.50 $3.00
SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1948. 8:30 P. M.
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>Jewls*fkrkMW
FRIDAY. APRH
Personally Speaking...
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner of Miami are returning Sun-
day from a 10-day trip to Naesau.
* + *
Mrs. Isadore Rosegarten, Mrs. Sadie Goldsmith and her
son, Dave, all of New York City, are spending their Easter
vacation in Miami Beach. While here they are being enter-
tained by members of their family, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Retskin,
Al Retskin and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Newman, operators of the
Pierce and Scranton hotels in Miami.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gans, 2531 S.W. Nth St., have as theii
house guest, Mrs. Jack Rochman of Brooklyn, a sister of Mrs.
Gans.
* *
Sam Seitlin is returning Tuesday from a business trip to
New York.
* +
Mrs. Fannie Weinstock of 1826 Bay Rd., Miami Beach, is
traveling to Europe where she will visit her son, Lajos Husiar,
who is ill in Budapest, Hungary. For her first trip to Europe in
12 years she plans to remain until August. Mr. Weinstock is
operator of the Rector hotel, Bay Rd., Miami Beach.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman, 1444 S.W. 5th St. have as
their house guests Mrs. Lieberman s brother-in-law and sister
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Goldman of Hillside, N. J., and their son
and daughter. Donald and Arlene.
* *
Mrs. Freda F. Newman, formerly of Miami Beach, has
moved to her new residence at 2008 W. Flagler St.
* + *
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chaplain at their home, 1036
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heller
and the!r sons, Gary and Arthur, from Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Mrs.
Chaplain is a sister of Mrs. Heller.
* *
Miss Minnie McWhorter of Miami is leaving today to visit
relatives in and about Atlanta, Ga.
* + *
Mrs. Bernard Gelbert of Miami is recovering from a short
illness during which she was confined to Jackson Memorial j
hospital.
Both David Purlin
Hall Sunday Eve
Final Plans for the Both David
annual Purim ball were consum-
ated at a brunch held in the home
of Mrs. Harry August, publicity
chairman. The costumei affair is
to take place Sunday. April 4 at
8 p.m. in the new Miami Y,
1567 S.W. 5th St.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer and
Mr and Mrs Samuel J. August,
general chairmen of the affair.
heard reports from Mr. and Mrs
E D Merlin, ticket chairmen,
and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ste.bel on
prizes for dance contests and
novel costumes.
Information on costumes may
be secured by calling Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Rovin, costume chair-
men. Mr. and Mrs. 1 H. Castle
are in charge of refreshments.
Weiner Bar Mitzvah
Edward Weiner. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Weiner of H07 Mer-
idian avi.. Miami Beach was Bar
Mitzvah in Miami Beach Jewish
Community Center March 11.,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated
A reception was held March 14
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah for
close friends and relatives. Over
75 guests attended the affair in
the Weiner home at 6461 Indian
Creek dr've
Afr. and Mrs. Harry Laufer
D. J. Conroy To Attend | Post Office Adds Help
Tuberculosis Association
Schwartz Seen
At Beach High j
Residents and visitors of Great-
er Miami will be able to see the!
famous Jewish actor, Maurice
Schwartz, director of the Yiddish
Art Theatre in New York City,
when he appears in an evening
of music, drama and humor Sun-
day at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami
Beach High school auditorium
Jacob Schachter is sponsor of the
program.
Now completing his 29th year
with the theatre in New York,
Schwartz is best known for char-
acter parts as Yoshe Kalb. Bro-
thers Ashkenazi and Shylock and
His Daughter. He will relive
these and other favorites in next
Sunday's show.
Tickets for the performance
may be purchased at the London
Arms hotel, 727 Collins Ave., or
Washington Radio Store. 657
Washington Ave., both on Mi-
ami Beach.
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i;ii'ii* Weisses
Hold Open House
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss
have invited friends of the fam-
ily to attend a reception Sunday
in their new home at 1561 Lenox
ave.. apt. 10, where they have
resided since returning from a
| honeymoon in New York a few
j weeks ago. Open house will be
; held from 3 to 7 p.m.
The former Miss Bernice Fox.
J daughter of Mrs. Marion Fox of
j Philadelphia and Mr. Weiss were
1 married in that city March 2. His
I parents are Rev. aand Mrs. Jo-
i seph Malek, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Fox served as her
I daughter's matron of honor and
the bride's brother. Arthur, was
best man.
Mrs. Weiss received her school-
ing in Philadelphia and attended
Temple university.
A resident of Miami since 1935.
the bridegroom attended St.
John's university and is now
studying at the University of Mi-
ami Law school where he is a
member of the Debate council
and of the Nu Beta Epsilon, legal
honorary. A veteran of three
years with the Air Force. Weiss
is a charter member of Tropical
lodge, B'nai B'rith and on the
faculty of Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday school.
Miamians attending the wed-
ding ceremony included the
groom's mother and a sister. Miss
Lillian Malek.
Directors of the Dado County
Tuberculosis association have
'named Dan J. Conroy jr., presi-
:dent of the organization, it was
announced.
Conroy, chairman of the 1947
Christmas seal campaign, report-
ed at the meeting held in the as-
sociation's offices in the Langford
building, that the final total for
the sale was $67,763.85.
Other officers chosen at last
Saturday's meeting included:
U'enicT
Brooks
Brooks Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. David Brooks of
440 14tr St.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son Harold Jay. tomorrow morn
ing in Miami Beach Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress the confinnand. A recep-
tion follows the services in the
social hall of the center
HARRY GORDON
oi the
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support of
Joseph L.
PLUMMER
Candidate ior
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION DISTRICT NO. 4
"I think that he is eminently qualified for this position
and will give Dade County a fai superior administration than
heretofore.
THE VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
Pd. Political Adv.
Zionists Plan
Annual Dinner
Annual dinner-dance of the
Miami Zionist district will take
place this year in the Little
Roumania Theatre Restaurant.
1610 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Tuesday evening April 20. Dinner
is to begin at 6:30 p.m.
According to Mr. and Mis
Harry Gordon, general chairmen
of the affair, price of admission
ncludes dinner, dancing, the floor
show as well as the attendant's
donation to the Zionist cause.
Proceeds are to go to the Zionist
Emergency Fund.
Included on the program is the
entire cast of the Little Roumania
show.
Assisting the Gordons on the
arrangements committee are Bur-
nett Roth. Isidor Langner. Je-
rome Weinkle. Sam D.ckson and
Harry Simonhoff.
Reservations for $25 per couple
and information may be secured
by calling Gordon at 3-3431 or
Roth, 9-3458.
Hugh Emerson, Miami pnjU
master announced that 11 addJ
tional mail handlers will go J
work April 16 in the main offo
to take-care of increased volm.
of business in the office. An add>
tional 12 parcel post carrerswm
put on duty this past week.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, fial
vice-president; Jack Erntmal
second vice-president; Mrs. Thai
E. Grady, secretary; Harry T-1
Retalick, trea.siirer. and Dr Wl|
McKibhen, presider.t-cmeritu!
This man is earning-
Beach Installs Chapter
Free Sons Of Israel
A Miami Beach chapter of the
Free Sons of Israel will be in-
Grand Master Irvin Fellerman
who will fly here from New York
tor the ceremony.
RrlnS postuwl11- be named the
B.cnde.s chapter. ,n honor of
Louis D. Brandeis, first JewiS
Supreme Court justice.
RUTH BROTMAN
...-.. Music Laureate
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DAY. APRIL 2. 1948
* Jen 1st florid'toil
PAGE THIRTEEN
Miami Beach's Mayor Marcie Liberman. received a S5.000
check from William H. Johnston, president of the Miami Beach
Kennel Club. It's the Kennel club's contribution to the Greater
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal.
Phi Sigma Sigma
|Plans 'Potpourri'
Selections of skits to appear in
Ithe Phi Sigma Sigma Potpourri,
[inter-organizational varsity show
|of the University of Miami, were
(made this week. The show is to
be presented in the Municipal
lauditurium. April 17.
Judged on the basis of origin-
lality and presentation, the fol-
lowing organization's skits were
listed as finalists: Delta Phi Ep-
Isilon, Pi Lambda Phi, MICA, Del-
Ita Gamma, Chi Omega, Alpha
lEpsilon Pi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Al-
Ipha Epsilon Phi and Phi Epsilon
IPi.
A silver loving cup will be
awarded to the winning fratern-
ity and sonority. Pni Sigma Sig-
ma, the sponsoring organization,
will not enter the competition,
but will weave a themt between
the skits, tying the shew together.
Last year's affair appeared on
the University campus in the
Richmond campus auditorium,
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
emerging the winner. According
to an announcement by the spon-
soring sorority, increased student
interest made it necessary to en-
gage the larger hall this year.
Tickets for the second annual
Potpourri v/ent on sale Monday
for $1.50, tax included. They may
be purchased from any membei
of Phi Sigma Sigma or at the
door the night of the show.
Proceeds will be distributed
among local and national chari-
ties.
County Cancer Clinic
To Begin Construction
Construction of the D a d e
County Cancer Clinic will be
started next week, society offi-
cials announced.
Contract for the work was
signed Monday by society officers
and the Gust K. Newberg Con-
struction company, which sub-
mitted a low bid of $171,000.
Calling for completion of the
work within six months, the con-
tract provides that the clinic be
built on a five-acre tract ear
Jackson Memorial hospital, leased
from the city for a 99-year period.
The clinic will be a one-story
building, built so that additional
stories can be added at a later
date. A complete cancer hospital
is the society's ultimate aim.
Leonard A. Wien, campaign
chairman, said Monday that con-
tributions received thus far jus-
tify beginning of construction, but
said the society was "redoubling
efforts" to reach its goal.
During construction, the society
will maintain headquarters at 800
N. E. Second ave., headquarters
for the fund-raising campaign.
Xew Foundation
To Aid Paralytics
Establishment of a non-profit
foundation for the rehabilitation
of spastic paralytics is the objec-
tive of a new organization char-
tered last week by Circuit Judge
Ross Williams.
The Cerebral Palsy Association,
Inc., is the name of the new or-
ganization, composed mainly of
parents of youngsters afflicted
with the disease commonly
known as spastic paralysis.
Officers of the group are Irving
Goldman, president; Mrs. Louise
Crebbs, vice-president; Mrs. Ed-
ward Weiss, secretary; Mrs. J. G
iKnapp, treasurer.
More than 150 children suffer-
ing from the disease already are
listed by the new organization.
Mrs. Weiss, telephone 3-5569. asks
parents and friends of victims cf
the disease to call her if they are
interested in furthe-ing objectives
of the group.
Have You
REGISTERED?
BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 3
Masada
Masada will hold an election
of officers at their next meeting
at the Miami Beach "Y" Sunday
at 8:30 p.m. A film will feature
the program of the meeting.
WATCH FOR
HARRY SIMONHOFF'S
"COMMENTS"
MAKE OFFER
' Unit Bldgt. near 8.W. Synagogue
PRICE $23,000
AIo lot* in that district for sale
to be built on
RUSSELL REALTY
Room 407, Congreta Bldg.
Phone 82-7831-39
COLIN ENGLISH
BELIEVES EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR A GOOD EDUCATION
The welfore and educotion of Florido'i children hat
been the life work of Colin Engliih. During hi. three
term. a. State Superintendent of Public Induction,
he hat raited the quality of Florida'! public tchool
program from tubttandord level, to well above the
national average. Florida'! pretent educational tyttem
now wrve. o. a pattern for twenty-wven other Hate..
The pro.perity of ony country, .tote or community
depend, directly upon the education of it. children.
Educotion i. good bu.in.a... it', the be.t bvUne*.
inve.tment a Hate can moke I
WANTED:
MEN TO SUPERVISE
PASSOVER MILK
CALL RABBI MESCHELOFF
5-1328
To protect our prewnt goin., and a..ure
continued progreu in our educational
program, we murt elect a Governor
who will give M forceful and vigorou.
leadership...* Governor who heart
j. |e educotionl
And, o.ide from hi. oul.tonding
o.compli.hment. In the field of
education. Colin Engli.h i. fully
qualified now to fulfill *. *>*- '
Chief e.ecu-iv of our fate. He ho.
gained a thorough knowledge of
governmental affair, through eleven
year, of continuou. e.perience a. a
member of the Governor'. Cabinet.
during the odmini.trotloni of three
governor..
A. Governor, he will not hove to
spend voluoble month, feeling hi. woy
oround getting ocquointed with the
-job" of Governor. He know. now...and
from the moment of hi. Inauguration,
he will be o full-fledged Governor I
Compare the e.perience. record of
occompli.hment. and other
qualification, of thoe Peking thi. high
office, and you'll ogree that if. to the
b..t inters*, of All Florida, that you
vote for and
COLIN ENG LIcSH
GOVERNOR
A, ,,. v,, 4th Democroti. Primaries
FCC Investigates
WASHINGTON (JTA)The
Federal Communications Com-
mission will consider charges that
C. A. Richards, owner of radio
station KMPC in Los Angeles, or-
dered newscasts slanted in an
anti-Semitic manner, it was an-
nounced here. The FCC. said it
would also investigate two other
stations owned by Richards, WJR
in Detroit, and WGAR in Cleve-
land.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE", No.
20739.
In Re: ESTATE OF VAN N. KENT,
also known as VAN XKSS KENT,
also known as V. N. KENT, De-
ceased.
To All Creditor! and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereto)
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
i-ilher of you. may have against the
estate of van n. Kent, a/k/a van
NKSN KENT, a/k/a V. N. KENT, de-
ceased late of MiihnnlriK Coulitv,
Ohio, to the Hon. \V. F. BLANTON.
County Judge of Dade County, and
file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eitfht calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be barred
Set- Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
Act
Date April 1st, A.D. 1948.
OEORGINA RENT,
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of VAN N. KENT,
a/k/a VAN NESS KENT, a/k/a
V. N. KENT. Deceased
Ml I.TON A. FRIEDMAN
1021 Seybold Bldg.
Attorney for Executrix
4/2-9-16-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Betty's Cleaners and Laundry al Mm
N. W. 78th Street, Miami, Florida.
intends t.i register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ROSE KARP
Sole Owner.
Myers, Helman and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicant
I 9-18-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I-arle's Shoe Store at 2113 Coral Way.
Miami, Fla.. 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 4/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.....igage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tamlaml Hotel at 203 W. Flagler St..
Miami. Flotida, intend t" register
said name with the Cleik of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
HERMAN Si'lll'l.:MAN
MAX OOODMAN
HARRY DIBTZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Ridg.
1/2-9-16-2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ed's Toggery it 1.">S1 N \V. 3fith
Street. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
A. EDGAR MILLER.
Sola Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
I .'-9-16-2.1-20
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANTRY, No.
116(136.
RAIA ADLER. Plaintiff, vs. ISRAEL
ADLER, Defendant.
TO: Mr. Israel Adler
c/o David Adler
169 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file an appearance in the above di-
vorce action ot\ or before May 3, 1246.
therwise a decree pro confesso will
be entered against you In accordance
with the laws of the State of Florida.
DATED this 31st day of March.
A.D. 194S
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD.
Deputy Clerk
ALFRED KRE1SLER
Attorney for Plaintiff
I0O9 Pan American Bank Building
Miami, Florida
4/2-9-16-23
RE-ELECT
/ 'a
VALC.
CLEARV
County
Commissioner
"A Dade County Man
with a Dade County
Heart"
Val C. Cleary's 23 years
oi Municipal and County
Executive-Administrative Ex-
perience is Insurance oi
Dignified and Capable Re-
presentation for Sound,
Harmonious Government.
No Matter Where you Vote
in Dade County, you can
Vote for Val C. Cleary. Can-
didate in District 5.
PRIMARY MAY 4th
Pd. Pollt. Adv. by Fi'lends of
Val C. Cleary
Have You
REGISTERED?


PAGE FOURTEEN
9-Jeniiffkrkf^r
leach tenters
Eleets Officers
Joseph Iff, Rose. Miami Beach
hotel owner, was re-elected pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Community Center at a meet-
ing Monday.
Harry Sirkin. Alfred Stone and
Abraham Goodman are vice-
presidents: Samuel Friedman,
treasurer; Archie Brick, rec. sec:
Oscar Mamber. fin. sec.
Elected to the board for three
years were Samuel E. Bernstein.
George J. Talianoff. Nathan G -
Muriel Kerr
Makes Third
Local Appearance
-;ing her third Miami
pearance. Muriel
will |
for piano
ap-
Kerr, pianist.
Concerto in A minor
and orchestra. Op
M
by Schumann with the University
of Miami Symphony orchestra on
lay at 4.30 p.m. and Monday
at 8 30 p.m. in the Miami Senior
High school auditorium.
The orchestra under Conductor
L Mintzer. Ed Singer. Ka- Modeste A'.loo will present over-
than Darsky and Morris New- ture No. 3 to -Leonore" by Lud-
mark. Hvman Berman ar..-l G -z .-. van Beethoven: the Young
nerg will serve on the board i Person's Guide to the Orchestra
ne year. Variation* and Fugue on a theme
1-----------------------t Purcell) by Benjamin Britten:
and Pines of Rome by Ottorino
Miami Hadassah Begins Re?pighi.
Child Welfare Project
FRIDAY. APRIL 2,,
Kerr
"' ami Hadassah's
April 12 :> to be dev ti i I
napk:n pro.iect of the Child Wel-
fare ttee, according to an
annour..-e--.er.: by Chairman Mn
Harry G : .-: r.
Featured or. the '''-'-'
be Barry Gray, radi ann
and R M rii Go! li n ; nl -
mime artist
Th ..
i :.:r; Sn< ^ n Kay
Way n San
meml
. :ed.
her piano studies at the age c
>over. m Regma. Canada, and only
Beach Mizrachi Women
Plan Anniversary Party
one vear later gave a piano re-
ntal 3ecause of the limited music
ng facilities in R e g ina.
Muriel -;m: to Chicago to
; two years later her
parents moved tot New York City
le her with additional
: r. her n
: Miss Kerr rr.ade he:' New
1379 York debut at the age of seven-
teen, and her popularity grew so
rapid; she made a concert
tour of thirty c:*.:es the following
year. Now she has appeared in
stab in the country and
recently returned from a tour
abroad.
NCJW To Elect
Election of officers for the en-
will highlight the next
regular meeting of Miami Sec-
n National Council of Jewish
re pi innini
- : m party t foi
I ....
-.. Wednesdav. April 7th. at! First Street.
V. ill
t to Mi-
Detroit Symphony
To Appear Here
Detroit symphony orchesl a
conducted by Karl Krueger will
appear here for t time
in Mia Sei iaudi-
torium Saturda; .-ening at 8:30
p.m. Ft is :'
University t Miami.
Ranging in mood from the Pre-
lude' to "L n" by Wagner
to Richard Strauss' 'Till Eulen-
spiegel's Merry Pranks." tomor-
row ev< features
Braham Firsl symphony in four
ments Also included is an
impressionist imber typical of
Debussy. -La Mer."
Tickets may be purcnased at
the University Symphony office
in Room 204 of the administration
building, main campus, or at the
downtown ticket office. 340 S.E.
I'nveilintfs
Unveiling of a memorial to the
memory of the late A. Samuel
Bender will take place Sunday
at 2 45 p m at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
\ ..ngements are under the
of Harry Gordon of the
Gordon Monument Co.
A memorial to the memory of
the late Sophie Drucker will be
led Sunday at 2 p.m. in Mt.
Nebo cemetery Rabbis Max
i and Murray Grauer will
...te.
An unveiling of a monument
in memory of the late Emanuel
Gluck will take place at Mt. Nebo
at 11 a.m. with Rabbi Lazarus
r officiating.
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co. is in charge of ar-
rangements for both ceremonies.
., a and friends are asked
to attend.
Fraternity Initiates
N I man F. Solomon of Miami
and Howard Weinstock, Miami
Beach, were among the six men
ted Wednesday evening,
March 24. by Delta Sigma, colony
of Zeta Beta ,au at
versity of Florida. Solon^
secretary of the pledge,^
CLEARANCE
SALE
Sport Coats
Cardigan*
SLACKS
We Fit the Hard toTST!
Silk Gabardine Suits
$65
Values lo S125
Forstmann Silk
Gabardine Slacks
$20 $25
Values to $40
Daily 9 6; Sundays 11.2
Upstairs Mfrs. Outlet
tOQ llncm Rd. Bidg.. Ron li
Eatntare On Penn. \\t., u'l
Lincoln K ...I
Ik rlln>lph > Hi m iM
ItmllT -. vnndio IM
am: H- :h High sch
n thi ingi

.
- Lear Student Entertain I -- | the
Workmen's Circle to M~e Club Ev glades 1 regula 1 r at The meetii at 8:15 p.m. -. -.-:--:.::-. i- E--Levine iuction
1.30 f n the Surfside Hotel. Mrs Mane Volpe, director of
i the University Symphony and
C Myers, presi- concert P^gram. is in charge of:
ient has requested that all chair- arrangements.____________
Emanon Club To Hear
Jewish Folk Chorus
under
. lirection of Louis Pov
embers of the
'. theii x: meet-'
.r.g. Apr.l 7. 815 p.m. at the Mi-.
ami YM & WHA. The musical
pr z. i ing arranged by I
Mr and Mrs Harvey Dw
Ltltural chairmen of the group
RE-ELECT
HUGH PETERS
to the
COUNTY COMMISSION
14 Years of Able Public
Service to the People oi
Dade County as your
Commissioner
"STAND PAT
WITH PATr
AN EFFORT IS BEING MADE TO GAIN CONTROL OF
YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH POL-
ITICAL DICTATORSHIPA VOTE FOR PETERS IS
A VOTE FOR CONTINUED GOOD GOVERNMENT
P UUc*l Adv. by Friend!, of HIV.II PETERS

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER!
Make your reservations now for a Glorious Holiday
at the
STRATH-HAVEN HOTEL
410 OCEAN DRIVE
The well-known Cantor Malek will conduct the Seder
Services; Delicious food will be prepared in strict accord-
ance with tradition. Dietary laws are observed. Telephone
5-4691.
Your Hosts
SAMUEL KUPPERMAN LOUIS N. LECHNER
?
NOW YOU CAN SEE IT
MOISHE OYSHER
in
"OVERTURE TO GLORY"
u-ith
HELEN BEVERLY
Music by Alexander Olshanetsky
Yiddish Dialogue Film with English Titles

Special Engagement at Regular Prices!
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. APRIL 6-7
HOME MILK
TAKES PLEASURE
In announcing to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami that
they will again serve the Jewish population of this area with
Kosher Milk For Passover
Home Milk is the ONLY Milk
Supervised and Endorsed by the
GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUTH
as
PLAZA THEATRE
SOUTH END OF WASH. AVE.
MIAMI BEACH OPEN 1:45
Kosher for Passover
The following congregation, are affiliated member, of the
w. . ^eater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
Miami Jewish Orthodox CongRabbi Murray Grauer
Beth DavidRabbi Max Shapiro
Miami Beach Jewish Center-Rabbi Irving Lehrman
R n, 2??V** Shlm-Rabbi Leon R. Kronish
*etn ituah Congregation-Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
rwo**"1 J0SEpH E. RACKOVSKY
lector oi the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth. take, pewonal care
TELL YOUR ***& ORDER NOW
PHONE 2-7696
MIAMI HOME MILK
PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
N. W. 7th Ave. at 24th St


FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948
fJewist ftor/fditijn
PAGE FIFTEEN
LIVES OF OUR TIMES
$P\jRIN M UNITED NATIONS PM-
ESTIHE HEARINGS IN I9A7. THE WORLD
CAME TO RECOGNIZE THE FERVENT,
DRAMATIC VOICE OF THE MAN WHO
SET THE STANMW FOB ZIONIST PLAT-
FORM SFEECHES AND JEWISH PULPIT
ORATORY
DR. ABBA HILlEL SILVER
k, NORMAN >nd SOI NODa
mi b. RHODA S SIMON
BOW IN LITHUANIA IN 1893, SILVER CAME TO
THE U.S.NINE YEMS lATEft.DETERMINED
TO BECOME A R A&6I. IN 1915, HE GR W)U -
ATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
AND HEBREW UNION COLLEGE.
BEFORE HE WAS 50.HE WAS OFFERED THE RABBINATE OF
THE TEMPLE OF CLEVELAND.ONE OF THE LARGEST REFORM CON-
GREGATIONS IN THE U.5. SILVER TOOK A LEADING PART IN
CLEVELAND'S CIVIC AFFAIRS. HE SPONSORED THE FIRST UNEM-
PLOYMENT INSURANCE LAW IN OHIO, WAS A MEMBER OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES
UNION, AND WORKED FOR CHILD LABOR LEGISLATION. ,a
amm
DURING WORLD WAR I, SILVER WAS SENT TO
FRANCE BY THE U.S. AT THE INVITATION OF
THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT, WHICH LATER
DECORATED HIM.
? f
:.:

SILVER WORKED WITH DR.CHAIM WEI7MANN
FOR THE CREATION OF THE JEWISH AGFNtt FOR
PALESTINE IN 1929. BACK IN THE STATES, HE
ORGANIZED THE ANTI-NAZI BOYCOTT WHEN
tflER STARTED HIS REIGN OF TERROR.
CHAIRMAN OF TW UNITED PALESTINE APPttl FROM 1938 ON.SILVFR
ALSO SERVED SUBSEQUENTLY AS PRESIDENT OF THE ZIONIST
ORGANIZATION Of AMERICA. HE IS NOW CHAIRMAN OF THE
AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL AND HEAD OF THE
AMERICAN BRANCH OF THE JEWISHAGENCY EXECUTIVE.
A PROLIFIC AUTHOR TWO OF HIS MOST POPULAR
BOOKS WERE "RELIGION IN A CHANGING
W0RLD."(I930) AND 'WORLD CRISIS AND
JEWISH SURVIVAL,'(1941).
TOOAY.AT THE PEAK OF HIS CAREER,HIS WORDS
ARE DESTINED TO BE HEARD RINGING THROUGH-
OUT THE NEW JEWISH STATE WHICH HE AND
HIS ASSOCIATES FOUGHT SO HARD TO CREATE..
iiht iJ; 5 jtwifn mfetAPMie MM
Judaism Council
Endorses Truman
[Palestine Stand
NEW YORKThe American
Council for Judaism, told Presi-
dent Truman that the American
proposals to the Security Coun-
cil represented the "best course
|to bring peace to the Holy Land"
nd voiced its appreciation for
his efforts to end the bloodshed
nd strife.
In a letter to the chief execu-
tive signed by Lessing J. Rosen-
Wald. president, and made public
today, the Council said that de-
velopments since the General As-
sembly approved partition of Pal-
estine had demonstrated conclu-
sively that any attempt to en-
force the plan would lead to dis-
aster.
In expressing full concurrence
frith the American proposal to
luspend partition and establish
kn interim United Nations trus-
teeship, the Council expressed
pope that a sincere attempt will
be made to evolve a ^workable
knd peaceful Dlan for the ultimate
Political form of the Holy Land,
led by men of moderation whi
fcppro'intr the futility of con-
nd hostility."
\ P*
\

RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
tsy
PERRINE
PALMER,
YOUR
SHERIFF
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase ave Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday rvcnlncr service at 8:15 p.m.
Sixth anniversary Sabimth. Rabbi
Kronish will sprak on "A Tree Grows
On Forty-First Street." An Oneg
Shabbat follows dedicated to the new
officers. Sabbath services at 10:45
a.m. Sunday .school at 9;46 a.m. for
Children from- the ages of 4V4 to 14V4.
High school of Jewish studies. Sun-
day morning, 9:45 a.m. for young
people 15 years of age and over. He-
brew classes, alternate weekdays
afternoons, boys and girls ages ~'i
to 13. Nursery school, children from
2\ to 5. Dally morning sessions.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
Sabbath eve ssrvloes Friday St B:ll
p.m. Mrs. David Oreenberg, National
Hadassnh leader will speak on "A
Task Before Us." Reception follows
with -Mrs. Arinlph Wertheimer, Slster-
hoom House chairman, and Mrs. M.
B. Koss and Mrs. Sam I.uby as re-
sptlon co-chairmen for March. Mrs.
Koss will roclte the blessings over
the Sabbath Lights. Sabbath morn-
ing service at 11 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El. 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
Friday evening services at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Kaab will conduct the services
and speak. Reception follows the serv-
ice. Sunday school at II) a.m.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Max Kaufman.
Friday evening services. Rabbi
Kaufman will speak on "The Roads
To Learning." Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
Brill will be hosts for the Oneg Shab-
bat following the services. Saturday
morning service at 10 a.m. Mrs.
Fanny Sorenberg will be the hostess
for tho Saturday Klddush in memory
of her husband.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Adult Friday evening service at B
p.m. Early Sabbath morning service
nt 6:30 a.m. Regular morning service
at 8:30. Dr. David Andron will be i
guest speaker. His subject will be
"Dedicating tho Sanctuary.'' Inter-
mediate service for teen age youth at
9 a.m. under the supervision of the
Hoard of Education. Junior C
gatlon for children of elementary
school age at 10 a.m. under the sup-
ervision of Max- Bertman of the
ty. Klddush served to both junior
groups by Mrs. Joseph Brem
a Sisterhood committee. Bible
at I p.m.'with s. 1. Friedman. Mlncha
at 6 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos.
Rabbi will speak on the Port
the Week. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Dally school from 3:30 to 7 p.m.
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsfcy.
I'Yiday evening services at 6:16 p.m.
Saturday morning first mlnyan at 7
a.m.; second at 8:46. Rabbi Rackov-
sky will conduct the service and
preach. Rabbi win speak on the Por-
tion of the Week at 4:.'l" p.m. Mlncha
at 6:80 p.m. followed by Shalos Seudos
Maarlv follows. Daily morning Herv-
Ices first mlnyan at 7 a.in followed
by a class in Mishna. Second mlnyan
at 8. Dally Mlncha s< ^ al 6:15
p.m. followed by a class In Jen h
laws and customs. Followed by
maaiiv.
Miami Hebrew School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning senior services at
8:30 a.m. Rabbi April will speak on
"Discipline Leads to Holiness." Junior
services at 10:30 a.m. conducted by
the Junior congregation. Mlncha at
5:30 p.m. followed by Shalos 9.....los.
Rabbi will speak on the Portion of
the Week. Sunday school at 10 n.m.
Hebrew school dally, 3:15 to 6:15 p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17th ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
Friday evening services at fi:l"> p.m.
Saturday morning early service.-, al
7:30 a.m. Later service at 9:30. Rabbi
Grauer will discuss the Weekly Por-
tion of the Law. Mlncha at 6:15 p.m.
followed by Shalos Seudos. Sunday
school at 10 a.m. Dally religious
school 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches.
Late Friday evening services al
J:15 p.m. Rev. Kalman Shapiro, father
of Rabbi Shapiro, will be guest speak-
er. ills subject Is "A Timely Ques-
tion." Mr. and Mrs. l.itt will be hosts
it the reception in the auditorium
In memory of Mrs. Litt's mother The
floral offering has been made by Mr
'i Mrs. Henry Seltlln In honor of
their wedriing anniversary, and bv
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Wasscrman in
celebration of their son Dale's Bar
Mltsvah, Babbath services al 8:80
a.m. Dale son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
man will be Bar Mltsvah
Student services at 10:30 a.m. Adult
slon group in the Synagogue
rrom 10:15 to 11:16 a.m. under the
direction of Rabbi Shapiro.
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center, 1415 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Friday evening service at :.:.io p.m.
e at 1:16 p.m. Rabbi Lehr-
man will preach on the subject "Do
You Walk Alone?" Saturday morning
service at 9 a.m. Rabbi will preach
on the Weekly Tortlon of the Law.
Junior Congregation at 10 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah of Harold Jay. son of Mr.
and Mrs David Brooks, and Norman
1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A Youth service and break-
fist. Sunday morning at 9 a.m. for
boys and irls over 13. Hebrew re-
ligious school Monday through
Ihursday 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday
ellgious school at 10 a.m. Pre-
klndergarten Monday through Friday
mornings 9 till noon.
George S.
OKELL
REPRESENTATIVE
STATE LEGISLATURE
1945 SESSION
Candidate For A
SECOND TERM
Pd. Political Adv.
1

5gggflyy#y
f AVENUE CORAL BA8LeS.FLA.PH.48 4052
ALL MATS BY DIRECT PRESSURE
Paid Political
Adv. rtiloq by fri.-i.d-.
ELECT
Franklin Parson
COUNTY SOLICITOR
Criminal Court of Record
Resident of Dade County for the
past 19 years.
Served 14 years on City of Miami
Legal Staff.
Served 9 years as Attorney for
Miami Planning Board.
Attorney for Miami Civil Service
Commission for 7 years.
42 years old, married, has two
children.
Graduate of University of Miami
and University of Pittsburgh.
Pd. Political Adv.
Sg'JL. T rhrm for Bll.r Uvt Entorcgn.nr
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FRIDAY. APRIL 2.
Anti-Defamation League Survey
Reveals Increase Of Prejudice
A "very real" increase in prejudice, resulting in unfriendly
acts, social restrictions and economic and educational discrim-
ination against Jews, is disclosed by the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith in its annual survey of anti-Semitism in the United
States, released by the Florida Regional Office. Sidney Meyer
is chairman of the Executive*
The League Btl this to
the Americi r sir :"
programs
te vet --
Ku Klux Klai :- L
K Smith's C\
ie and Men* in K I
Nati nal E C it
named by Mr Forst
ing anti-Jewisli
However, during 1947 n y a
small m f anti-S r-
While Americana )verwhelm gapi_ti<__. of an> 'sign
Board of the Florida Regional
Office and George J. Ta'.
is Executive Director.
The nationwide study, cover-
ing the 1947 period, was made
public by Jacob Grumot na-
tional chairman and Arnold
Forster. director of the League's
Civil Rights Division. It analyses
and evaluates the trend of anti-
Semitism in ni -'
United State* coordinating re-
ports received from trained field
observers
Lngly re;e:ted a.-.- eiati 0 with
professional anti-Semites, and
there was less organized" anti-
Semitic activity than in previous
years, the public nonetheless
exhibited a disturbing lack of
insight into and an unthinking
ptar.oe :" the activities of
jverl bigots whc under
_ : respe< t; bilit>
i I lews th survey de-
It noted that ".lore was "no
nunciation" or "expres-
t resentment" by t he
American community where
is acts of an anti-Semitic
e were prompted by the
n's agreement' type of
big tryan unf rtunate trend
:r. the American scene."
;.r-.r;> which the
or..- as i.sturb-
X.g r
: ter ipon-
rb'.e sect:: as : societ> I
public figures prev
lered a
fluence, resource!
ship" rema
resents a considerable
i late 1930's."
Emphasizing the "failure of
large soot, as t the
r.:ze and Qti-S
ism that comes fr m r
respectable circles." the survey-
cited a prominent syndicated

;-.- I li nist; a Senat i
who int Pre" i
vent the deportation of pro-1
N. o.-. a ''". shingt n pu
whose organizat r. had been i
named as a t I : the defend-
ants" in the aborted mass sedition
tment, yet wh was called to
as an "expert" before a
ssional mittee on an
problem.
and a com" i
mentetoi Isn wn t i
anti-Jewish leanings,
tirar...
a the nation s press
Plaque presented to Moses Ginsberg by Jacob Sher at Testimonial Breakfast on March 21,1M
in recognition of his many services to the Jewish community of Greater Miami and the doaata
of premises at 420 Lincoln Road to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. From left to right n
Jacob Sher. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Joseph Stein. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Rabbi Colman Zwii-
man. Moses Ginsberg and Morris Klass._______________________________________________
.......--" -- -- r
In these instan es and others.
_t employment ;i v.- y rstei the Am
- :" -------i__ry >-
arcth increased .
--"- __e rse t_ ;
b. me-: _.._.r % section
: I
4 Widespread use :f rae__ ; stand in
and religious quotas in sc Sew York
app1 ...-..-... t. si n t: ::.- ..-.;-.
leges and >fessional schools p; auon
5 An .ncrease in Lie pri
of excluding, Jews ;; I ::;.p
tr m -...-> ;-.. tels and res t
areas
6 Wides I
"5 anti-SemiUr
or suspect newspapers in addi-
tion t. sther types of "hate"
literature
7. Increased anti-Semitic sen-
timent evident In the foreign-
::;ups v hich was re-
i in its p:
and circulated m the United
tea
8 Anti-Jewish cam pa igns
pr "noted by Arab pr;prg_nd-
ists and "their native al.-.es' and
intended ta becloud the P
tine issue.
The survey reported several
rable" findings. The.--, in-
cluded the diminution of anti-
Jewish hatred in political cam-
paigns and the "noticeable de-
crease" in assaults on Jews, de-
ition of synagogues and
similar acts of vandal:
Also ""encouraging" was the
fact that "un-American veteran
organizations which sprang up
in 1945 and 1946 virtually col-
lapsed m the last year. Such
groups as Krederick Roster's
Christian Veteran- of America
-ted an insignificant few."
.-..:.;
._ mi tic
. t.-.T rj
self either in the ,- lit} I the
: t.. E
t.ty of its production Bes
regularly pubushed n
an averai t anti-
tic pamp
j the s_m<
period."
Zr.~ ::.; new mi; pagan-
la thenx sur-
face as vilificati -.
te, :.-..: they favored
the establishment t a J
in Palest
"German, Ukranin and S
newspapers
ty." the survey
study :'. the :'
"The p:
prrs us and other
:al issues in __..-
the springboards .
anti-Jewish an
'"It appears that
of communal lift
unity this nation achieved along
racial and religi u .... :._
the war. ..- sic rtainlj
deteriorating.' Jus-
tice Meier Stelnbrink I th
York Supreme Court, nati nal
chairman of the League.
""Instead of facing up I
Political Roundup
Attorney Daniel G. Satin of Mi-
ami Beach indorsed Rep. R. B.
"Bunn" Gautier. candidate for
state senator, in a radio talk this
in which he asserted that
the proposed Miami-Dade county
'.idation "Is not a campaign
issue."
The speaker decried attempts
of Gautier's opponents to "be-
.. ud" the campaign. "There are
Inti n its who would
misinterpret the bill
tion) to you in order
-r favor," the attornev
3 itii r insisted that the
-use be attached to
sure, s i that you could
ill and would have
the :. Satin continued.
ing that there are
"who would maliciously
- :--- nterpretation of
an : its benefits in
lr personal
-" -:- aker held that
las worked for
good- nt "Mi" Gautier."
he c otinued, devoted three
'.e for the defense
- I I vernment when he
viator m the Unit-
fd Stati N -;. and served you
in the 1943 and
1947 sessions I the state legisla-
's of good gov-
:,: ': -: Singer Miami busi-
udent here for
15 years ..- running for delegate
t the National Democratic con-
n this area
H "- I Senator Claude
"PP*1 sed to rec-
: :v.:i-.m-u him : vice president
and support him for chairman-
ship of the Florida delegation.
A f.eld director for the Ameri-
can Red Cross after his discharge
from the U.S. Coast Guard, Singer
has been active in the Cancer
Fund and March of Dimes drives
as well as the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and B'nai
B'rith. and is service officer for
the Jewish War Veterans.
The candidate was part of a
civic group which made two trips
to Washington to successfully a* I
vent a removal of rent control i|
well as a 25Ct rental increuei
this area.
Singer, who lives at 725 1_|
Place, Miami Beach, is seekistl
election in the Fourth Coap_ I
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and Homestead.
Alpha Eptilon Phi slums-
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at the home of Miss Teas
Rubenstein. 1685 Jsfftnos
Ave, Miami Beach, Wsds*
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*IDAY, APRIL 2, 1948
"JewisHtoriafiatn
PAGE SEVENTEEN
Philosopher Looks At Life
Sparks From A Mental Anvil
By Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, 111 Pages
Published by the Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida................$2.50
Reviewed by Dr. M. A. Lipkind
Dr. Kaplan has devoted half a century towards teaching
rid preaching: Judaism, philosophy and allied subjects. He
Eved, labored and was spiritual leader in our community for
iany years. During this time he endeared himself to the men
nd women of Greater Miami, irrespective of their religion or
olitical views. He is, at present.
e nominal and respected dean
\l the Florida rabbinate.
Dr. Kaplan believes that a
bbi is neither prophet nor
Iriest, but a teacher. And, like a
|ood loving teacher he graces
he pulpit. He delivers his erudite
ermons softly in the manner of
heart to heart talk. He avoids
He use of the popular methods
|f homiletics, rousing the emo-
Bons of the listeners by historion-
effects: he prefers to appeal
their reason. He follows the
iage of Ecclesiastes: "The words
Lf wise men's mouth are
Iraeious."
From a life long study and
lontemplation he has developed
philosophy of life and has em-
bodied it now in a book titled
PSparks From a Mental Anvil."
t is a modest volume consisting
\i ten chapters of brief essays
nd original epigrams. The ma-
erial is arranged under subject
Readings as: religion, philoso-
phy, ethics, Judaism, humanity,
ktc.
The whole contents sparkle
irith profound thoughts, opinions
|ind expressions of a free soul, a
liever in and lover of human-
ity. The book may be classified
ts an anthology of epigrams
vhich epitomize the author's
philosophy and ethics of life.
Dr. Kaplan has wisely chosen
ithis condensed method of writ-
ing his book. Such methods have
een employed and have become
hollowed in our sacred literature.
|I have reference to "The ethics
[of the fathers," which is an an-
Ithology of the religious, moral
land ethical principles as they
have come down from the sages
Iof Israel. This book has been
Istudied and has inspired count-
lless generations. Dr. Kaplan has
Ian excellent precedent. By this
[method of writing books the
[masses are reached and benefitted.
[Voluminous philosophical tomes
las well as collections of sermons
[are read by a limited number of
[scholars and are closed books to
[the average man. The brevity,
I classification and the clear simple
[style will make this book precious
[to all seekers of truth and better
[life. It is loaded with passages
[one will read, re-read and ponder
| upon.
The book begins with essays
I on religion. The first view point
expressed is: "Religion in a way
of life." This definition differs
I fundamentally from the ones I
find in my dictionary. The au-
thors test of religion: "Religion
is not true or false, but good, bad
I or indifferent, my test is simply
i this: If your religion makes you
a gentlemen, your religion is
good, if not, not."
Rabbi Kaplan's message to re-
formers: "Reform Jews must not
forget that before one can study
how to reform Judaism one must
know Judaism. Advanced Alge-
bra without plain Algebra is not
very meaningful."
In the chapter on government:
"Every country that begins with
anti-semitism ends with suicide.
Cultured Spain, burning heretics
and Jews, ends in uncultured
fratricide. 1492 is the beginning.O
1942 is the end."
Irony and philosophy: "Some
good friend of the Jews ventured
to tell one of his Jewish friends:
"If you Jews accepted Christ,
there would not be so much anti-
Semitism." "No," said the Jew,
"If you Christians accepted
Christ, there would be no anti-
Semitism."
Cause of anti-Zionism: "Our
anti-Zionist friends are really
afraid of America. They are not
afraid that men will ask the Irish
Why, nor the Danes Why, nor
the Greeks, Why, but the Jews
may be asked Why. If Jews could
only meet as Irishmen!" The au-
thor further says: "The anti-
Humanist as the anti-Zionist is
always afraid of his special priv-
ileges." As these anti-Zionists
suffer from a phobia, Dr. Kaplan
evidently considers them incur-
able psycopaths, he pities them
but refrains from scolding them.
However, the case of English
betrayal of the Jews he treats
differently. They receive wrath-
ful sparks from the otherwise
kind" author: "Illegal entrance of
Jews into Palestine," instead of
illegal prevention of entrance in-
to Palestine, which was guaran-
teed by the world. Oil smoothens
the way for governmental action."
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan
He says: "The fear of Hitler
started the show for England; the
fear of the Arabs complicated
the plot; the fear of death will
end the play." He ventures to
speculate: '"It is also possible that
England will join Babylon and
Tyre, and the Arabs and Jews
will live together in peace.
Dr. Kaplan says: "I am a man,
and nothing human is alien to
me." Long before America dis-
honored itself by the reversal of
its policy toward partition of Pal-
estine, Dr. Kaplan stated in the
chapter on Government: "Amer-
ican politics corrupted by Eng-
land will be the verdict of his-
tory, not that we needed Eng-
land's help, but it was freely
given us."
Despite the author's great be-
lief in the future of humanity,
expresses his scepticism per-
taining to the present UN: "We
cannot now rely on the hope that
51 nations" have joined to save
succeeding generations from the
scourge of war. "The same num-
ber of nations have guaranteed
the Balfour Declaration to help
the Jews cultivate Palestine. Oil
diplomacy makes "honor" a slip-
pery phrase."
In the chapter "Just Thoughts,"
he insists: "The atomic bomb
must be ethically conditioned for
the whole of humanity, or else it
will surely destroy us first, and
then others."
Throughout the book one hears
the pounding of a powerful ham-
mer on the mental anvil, emanat-
ing sparks. The sparks kindle
light on every perplexing question
of human society. Everything is
mentioned and commented upon:
Russia and the U.S. Henry Wal-
lace, super state, even ten points
in favor of ethical baseball, and
War and Peace.
Each chapter has an identical
postscript giving the author's
idea what the first step towards
peace should be.
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FRIDAY
PAGE EIGHTEEN----------- |
MoseTGinsberg Sets An Example
By MURIEL SINGER
It is very refreshing to meet a man like Moses Ginsberg
When I entered his office in the Mercantile Nat^J
building. 420 Lincoln Rd.. last w*k ^,^7L^LsX
cult to believe that this man is probably one o. tne gr
Jewish philanthropists in the country-. Slight of stature,
bespectaled unassuming Mr. Gins- Jnstead -.r.c-^i re,
berg sat behind his desk. He was nimseU ;n the line, a few hours
wearing a white, short-sleev, .. ; ,r: va; :n New V rk.
shirt, and. pencil in hand, wa B t0ol=. some nails.
busily at work. He might hav, ^ ^^ [athes and going from
been any office worker. : he managed to earn
He isn't, however, any office ^ b repairinj bi -
worker iust as he isn't any ordi- _. c., ---,
irvmi.A.. i.l break- u u
fast sponsored by the 1948 Com
bined Jewish Appeal or. Sundaj ,me
March 26 Mr. Ginsberg was
honored for "h:s qua:.:.- as l figuring o to get wo .
generous and publics, ,t- suppl,
2,svs,aa nsn
rve; ra^'t^rpu^-1^
Sekev-note of the entir, nti in Brooklyn, to banking
Coined Jewish Appeal in and to the steamship bus.nes
.. he is g such a 1916. a business which his -
dominant BI*ra* to,'SJLrJ,
tWamoaiBi But the conventional pattern of
the.T chape the American success story in
them Ufa '0 Moses Ginsberg ~ JJJJ
the oattem which they set for nuances which are not always
themselves.1' said Mr. Ginsberg present in the many other ex-
in amples of the "rags to riches
Se b 420 Lincoln Road sagas which have enlivened the
M and which his American scene. For six genera-
it ructed on it :e present build-
ing 420 Lincoln Road, which is
: the most modern and arch-
itecturally brilliant edifices in
the entire South. There is noth-
ing of the hypocrite about Moses
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W.K.A,
agination have
luced. "Plan ahead, take the
long-view. Above all, djn't be
passive''
This com sel was vividly i lus-
trated by Moses Ginsberg's early
this country. He
fi m Russian Poland
age of 22. ith little n
and r. ini friends. Upon
rival, h< was told that he
had C th( worst possible
time, for It was during Cleve-
land's administration when a
panic was paralyzing economic
life in the United States. "You
have come too late." he was told.
"There are no more opportuni-
ties, r.o chance for a poor green-
horn to get ahead as there used
to be." Bread-lines stretched for
blocks along the streets of New
Y rk. and he learned that a real
enterprising man. after getting
his hand-out. made his way back
to the end of the line, and thus
got in one day a double portion
and saved himself the necessity
of standing in the queue on the
following day. That didn't appeal
to Moses Ginsberg as a career for
a man who wanted to get ahead.
before him. the Ginsberg
men had been rabbis. He himself j
had studied the Talmud and is
even now no mean authorit) n
its lore The passion for learning. .
the spiritual influences of re- I
ligious study, have always teen a
strong factor in his life. As early
as 1910. he founded in Brooklyn
a Hebrew school, at a cost of j
S120.000. by collecting dollar by
dollar from his Jewish neighbors
and with his own personal con-
tributions of both time and
money. Throughout the many
years he spent in Brooklyn and
New Y irk, tl scarcely a
Jewish or non-sectarian com-
munal undertaking in which he
did not participate. He is a trus-
tee of the Brooklyn and New
York Jewish Federation, a trus-
tee of the Brooklyn Jewish hos-
a founder of the Bi\ -.
M e Ginsbi
Jewish Centei h his vision
help, d 1 a c"?t uf
vei a ill ;- :
In 1940. Mi Ginsvvrg came to
etire from
active par' both in busi-
nd philanthr pic life 11 >w-
ever, he was not here long be-
tive enterprise
had characterized his ca-
.. in became manifest. He
bough-, the property at the corner
of Lincoln Road and Washington
Ave in Miami Beach and con-
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APRIL 2. 1948
;es Ginsberg Sets An Example
,tinued from Paee 18)
+Jewist)Fk)ri .urce of security and in-
to, my family. But, believe
motive was not a purely
one I think of this build-
la sort cf monument, a liv-
Uument to my ideals, to
tilosophy that a man who
aped good fortune through-
,,fe owes his fellow man
konsib'ility to share in that
fortune."
that is why Moses Gins-
|hus made the spectacular
bution which he has to the
unity of Miami. He has giv-
tw -nty-year lease to the en-
ber/anine floor of 420 Un-
load to the Greater Miami
Federation for use as of-
(..ft which has a cash value
1.000.
rtainly I would be remiss
duty if I did not provide
w family," says Mr. Gins-
'Mv personal ties with my
ons. mv four daughters, my
Irandchildren are as strong
Ipotcni as in any normal
T. But I know that my chil-
fshare with me the feeling
man's greatest satisfaction
rived from helping the com-
of which he i* a part.
the first World War, I
to bring 21 relatives to
Icountry from Europe. My
. and his five brothers died
ace and religious security in
Itine. But there were rela-
T]efl in Europe whom I was
|e to persuade to leave. They
destroyed by the Nazis. I
be lacking in understand-
and sympathy if I confined
Eiarity only to those directly
ected with me by kinship.
ralitude for those I helped to
and m memory of those I
net help. I feel a deep re-
Bib'ity towards those of my
Jews who are suffering in
Lpe and who are striving to
Ifreedom and security in Pal-
e."
this gift to the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation, as well
an additional cash contribu-
[of generous size, Moses Gins-
is demonstrating in concrete
his feeling of appreciation
for the great opportunity which
the American way of life gave
him to express his genius and
ability. His support of local in-
stitutions, Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Mercy Hospital, the Jewish Cen-
ter, the Community Chest, the
Jewish Home for the Aged, the
Cardiac Homehe gives evidence
of h'is devotion to his new home
in Florida while never ceasing
to continue his aid to the north-
ern causes with which he was so
long identified. In addition to
the floor of offices which he has
given to Federation, he has es-
tablished, rent free, a Law Li-
brary in the 420 Lincoln Road
building, for the Bar Association
of Miami Beach and has present-
ed, as a gift, a beautifully furn-
ished Doctor's Lounge to the
physician tenants of the build-
ing. He has given large sums to
Hadassah, the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, to Zionist projects.
"I hesitate to give you this
interview," said Mr. Ginsberg,
modestly, "I have always felt that
it was wrong for a man to say 'I
made a success of my life.' I don't
think of my file in terms of suc-
cess. I have simple tastes. Lux-
uries, possessions, mean little to
me. I like to have my family close
to meto spend our summers to-
gether in our home in Connecti-
cut, to see my children enjoying
the fruits of my efforts, and to
feel that when I leave them, they
will carry on in the same spirit
which has motivated my life.
That is why, primarily, I was
moved to give to Federation the
suite of offices they are now oc-
cupying. As the years pass, my
children and their children will
see that the noble work of help-
ing our people is being conducted
in quarters which I presented to
the organization. Perhaps that
will serve as a reminder to them
that their responsibility to the
community and to their people
must survive for all time."
Floridians Receive
Pepsi-Cola Awards
Elect
IERNEST R.
GRAHAM
to the
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Tax Dollar
"The Time Has Come
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Girl Scout Troop
Hold Masquerade
Girl Scouts ->f the Miami YMHA,
troop 103, held a Purim mas-
querade party last Thursday,
March 25.
First and second prizes for cos-
tumes were awarded to Bonita
Bain and Suzanne Covan. A
weiner roast was held and a
baton-twir'iini* exhibition given
by Barbara Gardner and Suz-
anne Sobel.
Scout leader of the troop is
Miss Fannie Levitt, assisted by
Mrs. Sam Seitlin.
Winning top honors in a na-
tion-wide $330,000 scholarship
competition designed to aid
American youth, two outstanding
Florida high school seniors, David
Bram Orr of Miami and Carol
Elizabeth Swort of Mount Dora,
received word that they had been
awarded Pepsi-Cola scholarships
which will send them to college
with full tuition, a monthly al-
lowance, and traveling expenses
paid for four years.
Announcement of the awards
was made by John M. Stalnaker,
director of the Pepsi Cola
Scholarship Board who stated
that the winners were chosen
from among 643 Florida candi-
dates representing 156 public,
private, and parochial schools. A
total of 46.112 boys and girls
from 10.629 high schools in the
United States, Alaska. Hawaii,
and Puerto Rico entered the com-
petition, Stalnaker said.
Of the two Florida winners,
David Orr, 17, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. On of 929 North-
west Fiftieth St. in Miami. A stu-
dent of Miami Senior High school,
from which he will graduate in
June, David is particularly inter-
ested in science and mathematics,
and his hobbies include mechanics
and short story writing. He is
treasurer of the National Honor
Society, and a member of De-
Molay and Hi-Y. Last year he
received honorable mention in the
Miami Daily Herald essay con-
test,
Ten college entrance awards
were granted this year to high
school students in Florida, Stal-
naker said. They were won by
Jacqueline Canton, St. Petersburg
Senior High school; Jerry Crock-
ett, Miami Senior High school;
Theodora Daniel, Seabreez Pri-
vate school. Dayton Beach; Gene
Kenneth Edlin, Graham-Eckes
school. Palm Beach; Robert David
Jacobs, Miami Beach Senior High
school; Ralph David McWilliams,
Fort Myers Senior High school;
Robert Mendelson Miami Edison
Senior High school. Miami; Den-
nis ODonovan, Ponce de Leon
High school, Coral Gables; Robert
Wernikoff, The Bolles School.
Jacksonville; and Dorothy Anne
Whitner, Seminole County High
school, Sanford.
Open House At
Miami Lighthouse
Open house at the Miami Light-
house for the Blind, 601 S.W. 8th
Ave., to which all residents of
Dade county are invited, will con-
tinue through Sunday afternoon
in connection with the annual
seal sale now underway.
The open house is being held
every day this week from 2 until
5 o'clock under the direction of
Mrs. Henry O. Shaw and Mrs.
George Baya, co-chairmen. It pro-
vides an opportunity for the pub-
lic to see the work being done
with the blind, which contribu-
tions make possible.
In addition to the public, va-
rious organizations arc special
guests each day. Today, the Ro-
tary-Anns of Miami are special
guests; tomorrow the membership
committee of the Lighthouse will
hold a membership tea, and the
open house will close Sunday
with the American Legion Auxil-
iaries as the special guests.
Visitors will see the largest
Braille library in the Southeeast;
specially designed looms being op-
erated by the blind; the making
of rubber door mats and the
caning of chair seas and backs.
Articles produced by the blind,
such as mats, rugs, blankets, table
cloths and napkins, will be on dis-
play and may be purchased.
Hal S. Pelton, chairman of the
seal sale pointed out that some
persons may not receive seal let-
ters in the mail through clerical
errors.
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Joseph L. Tepper of Washing-
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11th St., Miami Beach. He will
review his most recently pub-
lished book.
Mrs. Anna Shubov is to recite
"Mono-Juris" (One Law) from
Sholem Aleichwm.
Charles H. Lee will lecture
Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m. on
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Political Roundup
Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
Men and women who want to Edward T. Keenan of F I ^SaSSS
see the governor of Florida wont to > defeated by Oovernor aau- h_.0 scek'ne the job him-
have to go through a lot of red lard F Caldwell, Democratic can- ton Uto.e se -
tape if Fuller Warren wins out didate. / nayve y\ >ridian. the candi-
in the coming primary elections." i J^,', wa!l b^vn in Jacksonville
according to Sidney Segal. Mi-,
World War I veteran, he was Wanted
wounded five times, awarded the
Purple Heart and the Victory
Medal with two clasps. Epperson
is married and the father of three
children.
ami attorney.
Segall went to the Uni- rsity
of Florida with Warren.
'"I was assistant attorney gen-
eral in Tallahassee back in 1941 Henry L. Oppenb
--------- a-.,, rn ir. Jacksonville
Edwin Lee Mason, ^tirmg M m Miaml SH1CC
special assistant to the U S
tornev. has announced his can-' ly~3
didacy for jusUce of the peace commis-
m district '
1 to succeed Judge
sioncr :; ict 4 has been
announced by H iy Wood, iorm-
erai in laiianassee oacs in i*i v ,,-;,to^ with announced uj na/ ,.-,.
and 1942. and I know a lot of ."""* T%g Ed- er state and county tax collector.
------- ..,.u ..-.-.... u...i-M <* Hjs camp.,,:, is tobe managed
people with legitimate business
to take up who just couldn't get
through to the governor." Segal
declared "Fuller Warren told me
Saturday that any citizen would
be able to see him simply by
coming to Tallahassee or calling
him by long distance telephone."
A World War II veteran and
two-time legislator. W
favors the removal of the
tax from gasoline consumed in
equipment used exclusively for
farming and boats used solely
from fishing. He also has oledged
ward Davis t : the past
years A member of the Dado
County Bar ssn he is admitted
to pracl Federal courts as
well as -" tfida.
by h s fou ns David. Hugh,
Thomas and II iy< 9 W od, Jr. ^
duate of the Uni-
ty f Miami, is a c'r.
. memo, r :" the Riverside Baptist
A resident of district 1 for the to the Elks
23 years, ^.^Ha' Eastern St?Z
gion. He is a member of the
Junior Chamber of Com::
:. I thi v rig Dt ra ratic club.
Daniel E Keels, teacher of
ration at Mi-
nims. 1: to veto any gei ... High school, has an-
tax that might be passed ..ndidacy for sup-
legislature and to th. en mon erinten(j \ public instructi
e and other organizations.
The candidate referred in his
announcement to his handling of
5*il000.000 in taxes as
a collecl from 1937 I i 1943.
;:ngie dime or
.-...--pending of a single cent"
Maxfield M. Neuman has filed
for State Senator from Dade
County on the Republican tickpt.
A native of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Neumann was chairman of the
committee that organized the
Greater Miami Airport Ass'n. and
the Greater Miami Manufacturers
Assn.. and headed a three-year
campaign to solicit industries for
this area. With Dr. A. W. Ziebold.
he re-organized the Miami Cham-
ber of Commerce. He entered
the construction field, re-activat-
ing the Southeastern Chapter of
Associated General Contractors
of America and was local man-
ager for seven years. He organ-
ized the South Florida Home
Information is being *,.,,.
Martin Rhinehardt i*"f*
enheim on behalf of hi,**
Mildred, who ls ln ^ *
nancial assistance from *J*
Rhinehardt claims she lw vT.
of her husband in 194, *"|
since then his whereabouts Z
been unknown to her Thi.
l_ -, *** Tun
was born in Russia in 1903
been variously empioyed '
salesman, draftsman, resta '
worker-salad and sandwich
a haberdashery window drJ
manager. Anyone knowing 0jhu
present whereabouts is requesw
to communicate with the Nau.
al Desertion Bureau, 105 ifZ
St., New York 7, N Y
Builders Association and is ^
engaged in general construct
business as Neumann-Hato
Inc.
,.r T. I! lison has an-
of a central purchasing nmis- He his ann uncement (" ^ hls '"d dac> ff ,co,
:'" u reduce g '' it of the puWi : .' "' ^s'ri fn"
sch, Shc; ".,""
S : : th< ther planks ii f fear."
:.. : gniti P. I Keels thai he had been
v. men in th matter .: app int- | : run for the p
rats:*' "continued expan.-. n of and patron? of
-'patrons f the s hools from all
ver the c. unty," and that it was
ind .-'.- I see that educa-
aa in the r efforl :. ., .unty keeps up with
the pace of the times He prom-
treatmenl : st to see that
I live- the buildii......im is put into
si k :: m thi to pro-j. ffect with il :i;uch controv-
sent."
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afflict* : eitizi lance t A ;, ....... Dade c. unty's
the citrus industry in ii t is the aim of
D. C Coleman for nine years.
N w engage I in construction
work, the candidate has lived in
t for 23 yi He :? a
. : W rl I Wai I.
: correct! .
led to 1 w pri es: re-
ner Perrine Palm-
er, Jr., candidate for sheriff of
- r^-' I I '-' -- Di le c unty The man who took
- his first venture in politics here
cultural, livest *k and ial m 1945 by running for city com-
id pmenl ner and becoming may t at
granting ny n the age of 35. announced' in a
continued develo] :" the radio addr. that su
Eve:.. .- :- n 1 an b 1 y any
way -.cation: and full c m ins."
Clyde A Eppers n has quali-
nator from
Dade County. He has been a resi-
dent of Dade C unty for a quarter
of a century, during which time
he has been active in civic, health
and '' rejects here.
Epp- m and raised on
; farm, is a lawyer, businessman
and certified public accountant.
1
operati n
ernmt nt its efforl I
Red Tide" fr m
a i
M \..-. Engender M Beach
"I v.
and make it lecent place foi
hi
ndidacy n
".r.e r .-"..
att rney and past president of the ] of the peace which will become
Beach junior chamber of com-! vacant with the retirement of
merce. has qualified t run Henry L. Oppenborn. is Estil H.
insl Justice of the Peace. L^nham. attorney.
Judge Kenneth Oka trict 5 Lanh is been practic-
A veteran of World War II. the
candidate is a graduate
University of Miami law school,
and has been active in civ
fraternal affairs. The Jayjees
awarded him one of the annual
distinguished service presenta-
tions ar an "outstanding 5 ^r.z
man in Florida."
Bert L. Acker has qualified to
run for Republican nomination in
the governor primaries. He has
:ng law in Miami since he was
tted thi Fl rida bar in
1932, is entering politics for the
: time. During the World Wai
II he served four years as In-
vestigator in the military in-
telligence department and also as
federal enforcement attorney.
Constable Tom Wood has quail-
field for re-election for a fourth
term in district 2.
A veteran of 22 years in law
enforcement, Wood was first
been prominent in Republican eiected to the offlce -
politics in the state for many re.elected twice since. He was
deputy under Sheriff M. P. Leh-
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Political Roundup
}an McCarty, 36-year-old cit-
grower and cattleman, opened
camapign for governor in Fort
8rce, his native town, with an
peal for votes from Floridians
L want independent, progres-
fe and constructive govern-
knt.
IcCarty, who served in the
Ite legislature in 1937, 1939 and
|1 and was, at the age of 29,
ungest speaker in the history
the house of representatives,
ring the 1941 session, offers
nself on the basis of his record
[a legislator and businessman.
lis sole promise is "a sound
jstiuctive and economical ad-
listration based on a depend-
|e common sense understand-
of the problems of Florida."
The four-times-decorated vet-
of four and one-half years'
/ice during the last war, who
nt directly from his duties as
kaker of the 1941 house of
bresentatives to the army, de-
Kbed agriculture and water
Itrol as inseparably linked.
fl speak with knowledge gained
m experience," McCarty de-
red. He is the owner of citrus
ranch property in St. Lucie
ity which, during the high
^er of last fall, was seriously
naged by flood conditions.
hi is my opinion that the
^blem is too big for any county
the state, and therefore, it
st be cooperatively handled
In the federal government
ough water control and ero-
, projects," he declared. "How-
br. in bringing the federal gov-
kment into the picture, we
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
must be sure that federal agencies
ever keep in mind the fact that
the program is to be carried out
to the best advantage of our
people."
Saul T. Von Zamft and Lloyd
A. Towle, co-chairmen of the Mi-
ami Beach Committee of the Dade
County McCarty for Governor
Club, opened campaign head-
quarters at 1547 Washington Ave.
on Monday, March 15. The co-
chairmen, who are both attor-
neys, have been active in civic
work in Miami Beach for a num-
ber of years.
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to believe that our universe was
created and is ruled by God .
that He fashioned man and gave
him a divine soul that He re-
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BARBED WIRE SURGEON by Dr. Alfred A. Weinstein
Macmillan Reviewed by: Alexander F. Miller
Director, Southeastern Regional Office Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith
Were you to attend a B'nai B'rith meeting of Atlantas
famed Gate City Lodge, you would hardly choose mild-mannerea
Dr. Alfred Weinstein as the hero of one of the most violent aa-
ventures of the recent world war. Or, perhaps, you might De
led to conjecture why it was pos-
sible for this slightly built medico, j
blinking affably from behind his
spectacles to survive the agonies
FRIDAY, APRIL 2.
of a Japanese prison camp when
stronger men turned their faces
stonily to the wall and chose
death as a welcomed escape.
You might wonder at these and
many other paradoxes until you
read Dr. Weinstein's personal ex-
periences in Barbed Wire Sur-
geon. For in the pages of this
breathlessly exciting book you
would find a flaming spirit and
a devotion to the welfare of his
fellow prisoners that forced his
spirit to triumph over such bodily
ills as a mutilated windpipe, a
broken arm. severe malnutrition
and beri-beri heart disea.-i
If you were given to a philso-
phic turn of mind you might com-
pare, in some fashion, the doctor's
superb will to that of the people
of Israel from whom he sprang
a will which has led them to sur-
vive through turbulent centuries
where stronger people have long
since vanished.
One graphic episode in Barbed
W re Surgeon haunted us long
after we had finished the book.
It is the vivid description of a
Yom Kippur service conducted by
American prisoners at Cabana-
tuan Prison Camp in the Philip-
pines after the surrender of
Bataan.
Of the several hundreds of
Jews who started prison life in
Cabanatuan. there were less
than 80 still alive in the closing
days of 1943. We straggled to-
ward our house of worship un-
der heaven's roof from all parts
of camp. Americans from New
York and San Francisco, refu-
gees from Vienna and Berlin
who had volunteered for serv-
ice at the outbreak of the war.
Old Khatchko appeared before
us as the broiling hot sun
dipped toward the serrated
edge of the Sierra Madra range
which overlooked the camp. He
wore his old type campaign hat
with its wide floppy brim, a
sun-bleached khaki shirt with
its tails flopping free over neat-
ly patched shorts, and a pair of
wood skivvies. He threw u
shredded white silk talhth
(praying shawl) with its fringe
of tassels over his bowed
sholders. The deep bronze of
his high cheek bones was
heightened by his massive cur-
ly white beard that flowed over
his chest. He raised his deep
set brown eyes heavenward and
began that haunting Hebrew
melody and prayer. Kol Sidre.
"The Nip in the guard tower
leaned on his rifle, watching us
curiously. Raggedly OI'i stroll-
ed back and forth along the
path leading to their barracks.
near our assembly. .
"By the light of the flicker-
ing stars and the quarter moon,
I looked at the intent faces of
mv neighbors: stubby Capt.
Berkelheimer. the medic de-
tachment commander, the
razor-faced Lenk brothers, ref-
ugees from Czechoslovakia,
stalwart Ben Hessenberger.
carabao drover refugee from
Germany, sway-backed Capt.
Bennison. They didn't know but they n-ere attending their
last Yom Kippur service on this
earth"
One important theme developed
in Barbed Wire Surgeon earned
tremendous impact for all of us
todav Dr. Weinstein describes the
remarkable degree of unity
achieved by the prison camp in-
mates when the oppression by the
Japanese is at its height. Differ-
ences of color, creed, nationality
and military rank are forgotten
as the prisoners unite against the
hated prison guards and help each
other in the almost hopeless battle
for survival. When the Japanese
e:.se their barbarity, the food be-
comes better, recreation is pro-
vided and the prisoners are no
longer faced each day with the
desperate choice of life or death.
their sense of togetherness is lost.
As they cet their strength back.
petty bickering breaks out among
them, color lines are drawn once
again, religious differences be-
come apparent and officers once
more begin "to pull rank "
This is the sort of lesson that
can't be taught too often in our
postwar world It comes with
particular timeliness and emphasis
from a veteran with three Presi-
dential Citations, the Bronze
Star and numerous other military
decorations.
Just a word of warning to you
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Left to right are: Shirley Usdansky. Carol Washer. Eugene
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you have read it all the way
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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1948
* Jewish fkrklian
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Yeshiva University Acquires
Two Additional Sites Of Land
Acquisition by Yeshiva University of two additional parcels
of land in the immediate vicinity of its main buildinq on
Amsterdam Ave. and 186th St., New York City, was announced
by Dr. Samuel Belkin, president. The new land was obtained
to enable the university to carry out its $7,500,000 academic
and physical expansion program.
The only university under Jew-
ish auspices in the Americas. Yes-
hiva has an enrollment of almost
1,200 students from 26 states in
the United States, and twenty
foreign countries.
funds for which are now being
sought in a nation-wide drive, he
added.
Dr. Belkin declared that in
view of the prohibitive cost of
construction at this time and the
university's undesirability of re-
questing present tenants residing
in one of the sites to vacate in
light of the housing shortage,
plans for the new sites will be
held in abeyance until such a
time that conditions improve.
The two sites were described
as follows: (1) the southwest
corner of Amsterdam Ave. and
185th St., 80' x 100', donated by
Harry Fischel Foundation of New
York City as an outright gift;
and (2) the northeast corner of
Amsterdam Ave. and 185th St.
reaching to Laurel Till Ter., 45' x
278' donated by Abraham H.
Druckman of 100 West 42nd St.
These new sites now give Yes-
hiva a frontage on Amsterdam
Ave. from 184th to 187th St.
Buildings are presently being
erected on Amersterdam Ave.
from 185th to 186th Sts. on prop-
erty purchased by the university
last year to house the University's
School of Education and Com-
munity Administration, which
will open in the fall. In addition,
;iii existing building on the prem-
ises is being converted into a
library.
Yeshiva University's main
building is located on Amsterdam
Ave. from 186th to 187 Sts. and
houses at present the seven units
which comprise the university;
they are: the Rabbi Isaac Ele-
hanan Theological Seminary; Tal-
mudical Academy; the Teachers
Institute; Yeshiva College of Li-
beral Arts and Sciences; the Ber-
nard Revel Graduate School; the
Harry Fischel School of Higher
Jewish Studies; and the Institute
of Mathematics.
Tamar Distributors
Pledge Sincerity
A great many hign-powered
adjectives are tossed around these
days to extol the virtues of pro-
ducts, and sometimes create con-
fusion in the minds of readers.
Tamar Kosher Meats have decid-
ed to utilize sincerity as the better
part of salesmanship. In spread-
ing the news about their line of
kosher canned meat products.
Tamar advises simply that the
meats arereally goodand to
substantiate this claim in full,
exact and explicit reasons are set
forth.
First, Tamar Kosher Meats are
made of all beefand only the
choicest tender cuts of U.S. gov-
ernment inspected kosher beef.
Then this prime juicy beef is pre-
pared under strictest rabbinical
supervision and cooked according
to tested old-time recipes. And
when the meat reaches the peak
of savory goodness, it's flavor-
sealed in a modern can and
shipped right to the grocer. To
enjoy these delicious Tamar
Kosher Meats, heat them for a
couple of minutes, then serve.
All of which, declare the Tamar
folks, constitutes really good meat
. meat that looks good, tastes
good, and is good, unexcelled
in quality, flavor, and kashruth.
Tamar Kosher Canned Meats are
available in four varieties: Tamar
Kosher goulash, beef, hamburger
steak, and corned beef loaf; and
all are stocked by neighborhood
grocers and delicatessen stores.
Dealers who have not yet been
supplied are invited to contact
their local Tamar distributor:
Levinson Food Specialty Co., 165
N.E. 24th St., Miami. Fla.
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, f 20638.
In lie: ESTATE OF
AONES ROBERTS. Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of AONES ROBERTS, deceased,
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Hon. W. F. Blanton, County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same In
his office In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Said
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
be sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred. See
Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date March 11, A.D. 1948.
HARRY ROBERTS.
As Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of AONES ROBERTS,
Deceased.
WAKMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Executor.
3/19-26 4/2-9
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FI/IRIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
1154.10.
EI^AINK PRESTRIDOE, Plaintiff, vs.
AARON PRESTRIDOE. 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 UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPIX APT. HOTEL at 6844 Hard-
ing Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
EMANUEL GOLDSTRIQH
BELLE GOLDSTRICH \
3/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag 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
Owner.
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
115360.
HARRY MEYER SEAMON, Plaintiff,
vs. FIXJRINDA SEAMON. oetend-
ant.
TO: FIX5RINDA 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.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B" 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 GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
) business under the fictitious name of
MAE FABRICS at 126 South Miami
Avenue, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK EISMAN.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
3/5-12-19-26 4/2
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR1DA.-
IN CHANCERY. No. 115678.
JOHN HENRY VAN GELDER,
Plaintiff, vs. MADELEINE B. VAN
(HOLDER, Defendant.
Till: STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: MADELEINE B. VAN GELDER.
C ci Mrs Margulies.
OgnntK 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
1!> dav of April, 1948; otherwise the
allegation* of said Bill of Complaint
will he taken as confessed against
you.
let this Order be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. a news
paper published In Dade County.
Florida.
DATED this 18th day of March,
1948
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 UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Sanders Jewelry & Luggage Shop at
301 N. Miami Ave. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ABE KIRSCHENBAUM
CLARA KIRSCHENBAUM
8/12-19-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NAVELES TRADING CO.. not in-
corporated, 335 North Welt 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
LEGAL NOTICE
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
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADH
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, So.
115862.
MURIEL PIZEK, Plaintiff, vs.
MICHAEL PIZEK, Defendant.
To: MICHAEL PIZEK,
336 East 6th Street.
New York City, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your uppearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 23rd day of April, 1948.
Dated this 24th day of March, 194*.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND. Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 115419.
VINCENT JAMES FIORE. Plaintiff.
va MAE FIORE, Defendant.
TO: MAE FIORE
13256th 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 successive weeks In The
Jewish Floridlan, 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.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Uw
1023 Seyhold Building
Miami. Florida
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
MEI.VIN TEXTILES at 438 N. Miami
Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
David Blaleck, Inc. a
Florida corporation.
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for David Blaleck, Inc.
3/19-26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 116422.
RUTH HELEN SMITH. Plaintiff, vs.
GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH. De-
fendant.
TO: GEORGE JOSEPH SMITH
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
t, 1948, otherwise the allegations In
said bill of complaint will be taken
is confessed by you.
It is further ordered that this order
be published once each week for four
consecutive weeka In the Jewish
Plorldian, 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 H. YATES
Solicitor for Plaintiff
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bllt-Rlte Venetian Blind Co. at 2248
8. W. SUi St, Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX GREENFIELD
ISAAC JOFFB
Attorney for Applicant
1010 Blaeayne Building
Miami. Florida
I'll It M 4/1-1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the nciitious nama
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, Florida.
Morris Friedberg and
Rose Friedberg Oila wife)
Joseph Doshay and
Sophie Doshay (his wile)
3/26 4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADK
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
115716.
CON ST A N TIN B PA PPA M ACK EL,
Plaintlll, vs. JOAN 1'Al'fA-
MACKEL. also known as JOAN
MICHAELS, Defendant.
TO: JOAN PAPPAMACKEL. also
known as JOAN MICHAELS
40-18 Hampton Street
Jackson Heights, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you by CU.N -
BTANTINE PAPPAMACKEL, your
husband, in the above styled cause
and in the above named Court: and
you arc further notified that you are
hereby required to tUe au appearance
In said proceedings on or before the
19th day of April, A. D. 1948. other-
wise the allegations of said Hill of
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
This order is to be published once
a week, for four (4) consecutive
weeks, in the Jewish Floridlan. a
newspaper published in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
Dated this 19 day of March, A. u.
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Sea!)
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
ARONOVITZ, VVEINKLE &
ARoNOVlTZ
Solicitors (or Plaintiff
3/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMH
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 115843.
NATHAN ABRAMSON, Plaintiff vs
SARAH GOLDMAN ABRAMSON,
SARAH GOLlHAN ABRAMSON.
Defendant.
TO: SARAH GOLDMAN, also known
as SARAH GOLDMAN ABRAMSON
108 Madison Street, N. W
Washington. D. C.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bin of com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before April 26, ls.48. other-
wise the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you. Let
this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks in The
Jewish Horldian. a newspaper pub-
lished in Dade County, Florida.
E. B. LEAl Mt.K.UAN,
,,, Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circiiit Court Seal)
By M. C. GREEN.
MILTON A. FR.EDMANePUt> ^
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
3/26 4/2-9-16
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
115679.
LOUIS WILLIAM BOYE. Plaintiff.
vs. CELIA BOYE. Defendant,
TO: CELIA BOYE.
2850 CRESTON AVENUE.
BRONX, NEW YORK, N. Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you In the above
styled Court by LOUIS WILLIAM
BOYE, and you are hereby required
to file your written Appearance in
said proceedings on or before the
19th day of April. 1948. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED THIS 18th day of March,
A. D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By If. C. GREEN,
Deputy Clera.
JAMES E. ABRAS.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
3/26 4/2-9-16 j


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*JenistFkricJ&n
Ponce Student Receives
Brotherhood Award
Dr. A. W. Gottschall, regional
director for the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, an-
nounced that the first annual
Brotherhood award for the best
essay written on the subject of
better human relations will be
presented by Jack G. Salomon,
director of the Blackstone hotel
and sponsor of the idea.
The award will be made to
Joseph Tarralbas, 16 year old
student of Ponce de Leon High
school of 4150 Hardee Ave Coral
Gables.
The contest was held in all high
schools in the Miami area during
the annual observance of Brother-
hood Week.
A prize of $200 and a silver lov-
ing cup will be presented by Mr
Salomon to Joseph before a full
assembly of the school on March
26th.
Second prize of $50 will be
awarded to Charles Curtis Melt-!
zer, 15 year-old student at Miami
Edison High school.
Louis Heiman (l.ft) presents charier to Isaac Levin Lodo of
Miami in ceremonies honoring the past presiderdt of the Dsmc
after whom the Lodge was named. He.man. current UMMU ox
Dist. Grand Lodge No. 5 hailed the formation of the 5th lodge in
the greater Miami area composed of members between the ages
of 21 and 30. 90 ": of which are war veterans, attending the Univ.
of Miami. In pholo (left to right) are: Heiman. Richard Gerstein.
president of Isaac Levin Lodge and Jack Abbott, president of the
State Federation of Florida Lodges.
Navy Overhauls Rating Structure;
Cuts Down Number Of Categories
The ratings of many regular Navy enlisted men will be
changed April 2, 1948, when a general overhaul of the Navy's
enlisted rating structure goes into effect.
The new rat ng structure, to be used only in pecce'.\r.:e.
consolidates 198 current ratings into 77 general service rates
under 12 general categories,
namely: Deck, ordnance, elec-
tronics, precision equipment ad-
ministrative and clerical, mis-
cellaneous, engineering and hull,
construction, aviation, medical,
dental and steward.
Subject of more than two years
of planning by Navy officials, the
new rating structure is calculated
to produce more broadly versatile
personnel in the regular Navy
who will be qualified to move
quickly to positions of higher au-
thority in time of emergency.
The peacetime rate changes af-
fect only regular Navy pers nnel
and the relatively new Volunteer
Reservists who are in an active
duty status as shipkeepers or sta-
tion keeping billets. All other
Naval Reservists will be assigned
emergency service rates.
In the event of a national emer-
gency. Reservists who retain their
emergency service ratings would
be in equal competition for ad-
vancement with regular Navy
personnel. Men desiring to trans-
fer from reservi status
will be asked to qualify ful
the broader erquin
general s< rv
Anyone desiring further in-
formation rega: .
of the rating structure of I
Navy should coi inical
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