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The Jewish Floridian ( April 30, 1948 )

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iwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 21—NUMBER 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS WISH FORCES GAIN IN FIGHTING FOR JAFFA .aunch Independent B On Jaffa Port City TBALEM, (JTA)—Some 3,000 men of the Lcumi this week launched an independent [the all-Arab port city of Jaffa. The HaIncdiately announced that the Irgun high [had gathered its forces from all parts of Jry and concentrated them for this attack Ircviously informing the Hagarah nor re, permission for the action. The two Jewish ftrccs agreed Tuesday night on joint action %  Aviv-Jaffa area. latllc was preceded by an exceedingly heavy helling which some observers considered |e biggest barrages laid down during the Ih-old war. Many Arabs were reported to h ted the city, particularly in the districts 1 Aviv. The Haganah penetrated several quarters and destroyed snipers' posts, Idrew to their defense positions along the jlgth of the common boundary. claimed capture of the Manshieh quarter Wednesday night and sped troops and ht to the front to maintain the battering (its drive into the all-rab city. Jiplilfall the Jewish underground army raised i\v flag over the area. Irgun was aided in Men drive by Hagana, the regular Jewish loyal Air Force planes machine-gunned Jewish positions at Bat Yam, near Jaffa. The permanency of the Jewish advance into Jaffa was challenged by the British, who sent planes and troops in what they said was an attempt to smash the Jewish attack on Jaffa which began on Sunday. Jews and Arabs in Jerusalem were preparing this week for a major battle for control of the city. Heavy fighting is expected to break out, following the Arab seizure of the British Army's Alamein camp, two miles from here, which was evacuated earlier. Arab forces, including units of the Transjordan Legion, were reportedly waiting for the signal to open fire from behind sandbag emplacements in the British camp, while Jews were seen stationed in a wood close by. Tension in the city mounted hourly as the deadline for the withdrawal of the last of the British troops neared. The Palestine Information Office, news communication center in Jerusalem, closed down, leaving correspondents for overseas news agencies and newspapers without immediately available facilities for idling news to the outside world. TA Reuters dispatch from Damascus reported that the Transjordan Army has occupied Jericho, northwest of the Dead Sea, following a Transjordan declaration of war on "Zionism." The armies of Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan and Iraq, the dispatch added, have agreed to open a three-front attack on (Continued on Page 4) Joint Agreement Makes Jerusalem An Open City LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y.—Jewish and Arab representatives agreed here late Wednesday that the walled city of Jerusalem should be spared from the fighting in Palestine. No provision was made for the larger new section of Jerusalem. The action took place while the Arab League in Cairo was proposing a conditional truce to safeguard Jerusalem's holy places. So far, Arab-Jewish violence has not reached that part of the city. The Arab League proposal was handed to embassies and legations in the Egyptian capital. Three conditions to the Arab League's proposal were: Cessation of the struggle within the city plus a ban against attack from the outside; Arab and Jewish guards in Jerusalem to be armed; and respect for the status quo which existed in Jerusalem before the fighting broke out. An Australian amendment which would have referred action on Jerusalem to a General Assembly sub-committee rather than to the Trusteeship Council was also defeated. But the final tally—26 against, 20 in favor and seven abstaining—provided the first real test of pro-partition strength and was interpreted as an indication that the United States may find it impossible to reverse partition and have trusteeship adopted by the required two-thirds majority. >ld Turk Post Turk, Miami Beach atWno his 10 month battle councilman this week |e Florida Supreme court invalid the absentee rhich gave Ralph Pole a 'I Harold Turk him for the post, ing the Dade county ciri order, the Supreme pproved, however, the ; declaration that the ballot law was unconlal Judge Alto Adams who |ne final opinion explained ^elective affidavit for votthe ballots invalid. p* Tuesday P r Democratic candidates p 4 primary elections are l -Miami to make a "last Florida's largest county M'IC citizens go to the polls |iesday. Polls will be open am. until 7 p.m. tif>n has been called by officials to the fact that le exception of justice of lace and constable, all disJMices are elected countywch voter is to choose one pach district. JWD Lauds Rabbi Zwitman National Jewish Welfare Board's division of religious activities has honored Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel by presenting him with a certificate for service to American and World Jewry, it was announced by Frank Weil, president of the JWB. The letter accompanying the certificate, states in part: "Behind the simple and modest wording of this citation, is a story of self-sacrifice and religious dedication that we could not hope to express in words. But those who see this certificate will know what its interpretation has been in your own life and in the life of the men whom you served for blessings. The Jewish community and your country are honored by the service which you came forward to give in the hour of the world's greatest need." Rabbi Zwitman has also recently been the recipient of the first Honorary Commission granted to a Jewish chaplain in World War II by the President of the United States. Mt. Sinai Trustees, Gov't. Officials Confer On Nautilus Hotel Property Rabbi Zwttman The division of Religious Activities of the National Jewish Welfare Board is headed by Dr. Solomon B. Freehof, chairman. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner, Rabbi As a result of many months of preparation, Mt. Sinai Hospital trustees are conferring this week with top officials of the War Assets Administration, and other governmental representatives, about the Nautilus hotel property on Miami Beach. Max Orovitz, newly elected president of Mt. Sinai, said that the trustees have been greatly encouraged by recent develop. ments, and have MOX Urovitz every reason to believe that the chances are excellent of getting the property as the site of Mt. Sinai hospital. "We have waited a long time for the Nautilus situation to be ironed out," Orovitz said, "because we believe that the property will make a fine site for Mt. Sinai, and because it can probably be bought for a nominal sum. Any other good location with plenty of room for expansion will cost a lot of money, and hospital construction is exceptionally high these days. If we can get the Nautilus property, we will be off to a good start, well worth the time we have lost. There have been a good many details to work out, and we are being very careful that any arrangement we Joseph H. Lookstein, and Rabbi Louis M. Levitsky, vice chairmen, Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman. president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, Rabbi Israel M. Goldman, president, Rabbinical Assembly of America, Rabbi David de Sola Pool, Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein and Rabbi Edgar Magnin, all of whom signed the certificate. make will meet with the approval al of the community." As to other groups that have announced their intention to acquire the property, Orovitz said, "Certainly there are several fine uses to which this property could be adapted, and on the basis of priority under the law, some of these other groups have a strong position. We have not been too concerned about these, however, because the need for a modern, first-class general hospital has long been recognized above all other needs. Mt. Sinai is ready to go ahead without delay in adapting Nautilus to this need, and that counts for a great deal with the people in Washington." Orovitz said that results of the negotiations would be made public just as soon as this could be done without upsetting the plans in any way. In accepting the presidency of Mt. Sinai, Oroviti paid tribute to the foundation work already done by the out-going president. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, and said that he is fully aware of the great responsibility he has undertaken. "This community was promised a hospital, and we intend to carry out that promise to the last detail. All we ask is the continued fine support of the people." Other officers elected are Sam Blank, vice president; William Singer, secretary; and Abraham Goodman, treasurer. Other trustees re-elected are, Mrs. Lois Dobrin, San Friedland, Moses Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman, J. Gerald Lewis, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dan Ruskin, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, Joseph Stein, Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinkle, Mitchell Wolfson. Added to the board is Jacob Ziskind, prominent manufacturer and philanthropist (Continued on Page 4) Beach Y Holds Open House Mayor Marcie Liberman, Miami Beach councilmen and members and leaders of the various community and fraternal groups, are to be present at the official Carl Weinkle opening of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. "The affair will culminate two years of planning and six months of building in preparation for th^ open house. Originally started as a service to soldiers and sailors stationed here, the Beach Y has grown to a service for the entire community," Carl Weinkle, president stated, in extending an invitation to the public to be present Presentation of the slate and elections will precede an evening of dancing and entertainment. Instrumental in the arrangements are Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. David Walterman, Mrs. George Cohen, Leo Chaikin and Paul Wietzman, chairmen of the various committees, and Gus Jacobson, director of the Y. •: I -; i K



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PAGE TWO *Je*istrk)rMtor) Political Roundup Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries Dan McCarty has brought his. William A. "Bill" Herin. candi-lopinions designed to carry out gubernatorial campaign to Miami | date for circuit judge, group one. | "the true intentjrf Jtojjetfdftfor the final weekend, which will be climaxed by a rally tomorrow was endorsed in a radio talk this ture. avoid technicalities and night at Bayfront Park. Eddie Boardman. chairman of the Dade McCarty for Governor Club, predicted a record turnout for Saturday night's talk by McCarty. "Because of the last minute excitement which always accompanies Democratic primaries. Mccarty's speech tomorrow night should have much significance for voters of this area." Boardman stated. The Fort Pierce candidate will spend the final weekend before Tuesday's election, in this area. In a radio talk in behalf of McCarty Thursday night. Robert L. Floyd endorsed McCarty as a "proven leader who is seeking the governor's post on a basis of week by Samuel J. Kanner. Miami attorney in the firm of Patton & Kanner. The Circuit Court can be one of the most important factors in your life." the speaker said. "This the the court which can empanel or refuse to empanel a grand jury—can issue a search warrant or refuse a petition for habeas corpus—can enjoin and prohibit you from doing an act— can take control of all your worldly goods—can impose the death penalty—can interfere with and decide domestic problems. You can readily ascertain for yourself the importance of electing a fair. iust. patient, tolerant and courteous man to the office. William Herin is such a man and bureaucratic interpretations; expedite all communications, claims and accounts submitted to him for attention; render all possible legal assistance to counties and cities in their efforts to devejop the;:advantages and attractions Strive to effect economies and relief from local tax and debt burdens by setting up in his office a local units division. To cooperate fully with sheriffs and other law enforcement officers, without attempting to usurp authority or dictate in local matters. versatile and successful backI ^erefore merits your support." ground in government, agricul-' I can personally vouch for Bill ture. civic activities, militarv erm because I have known him service and business." for over flfteen >' ears having atAt one rally. McCartv told Mitended college with him." the ami residents of his program of s expanded advertising in order to attract new tourists and outside capital to the state. Attorney general candidate. I Richard W. Ervin. is conducting "The future growth and dea whirlwind speaking campaign velopment of Florida depends during the few remaining days upon bringing in new residents before the first primary, speakand outside investors and every ing on the average of six times Many of the major developments during the growth of Miami Beach in which Louis F. Snedigar, county commission candidate, district 5. played an important role and which point to his record of "public service and civic mindedness" is related in the book. "The Miracle of Miami Beach," authored by J. N. Lummus. pioneer Dade county developer. "L. F. Snedigar, four times mayor," Lummus wrote, "aided materially as head of the city in the purchase of the city car barn and chamber of commerce building in 1925. and again when he was mayor in 1930, the purchase of the million dollar golf course was made. He was active in the purchase of Flamingo park in 1935 while he as again mayor and it was during that time the city park on the ocean between Second and Third Sts. was bought. He was also instrumental in the building of the sanitary sewer outfall 7,500 feet into the Atlantic ocean in 1937." Snedigar said his keen interest m such devebpi^Tr^* the .neglected portL^ county will b/J S 5 **\ concerns sioner. as a 'FLYING ANTS effort should be made to bring :n these assets by telling the Florida story to the world." he said. McCarty also voiced his opa day. Ervin has told his listeners. "I believe that cooperation among public officials and with the pubic is of paramount importance. ; sition to a general sales tax. (and that if Florida is to continue branding such a levy as unfair He stated that he was offering a program of sound business administration in government to the present tax dollar go :...:her. to grow and prosper, our cabinet officers must make cooperation with each other a primary objective." If elected to office, Ervin also pledges' to render non-political CEJWIN CAMPS Port Jervis, N. Y. In the Catskill Mountains—Estab. lithed 1919—Non-commercial Progressive Educational Camps—Ideal for Jewish boys and girls. Land and wter sporta; aesthetic activities; Jewish cultural lnfluences. Sabbath and dietary laws observed. Rates— S350. Send for descriptive booklet. A. P. SCHOOLMAN, Director, 231 W. 83rd St., N. Y. 24 Lifs Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Blsoayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4616 or 4-9981 See or phone me for your LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS A FEW VACANCIES Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separata Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. 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Lm AY^APML 30, 1948 I Jewish Leader* Attend Masada An installation ceremony and Lder ritual will be given toSrow evening at 7:45 p.m. by The Miami Beach group of Masada in Temple Beth Sholom, "fii Sr'of its kind held by I t he Masada group, the program w ,ll feature prominent local and Southern Jewish leaders including Stanley Weber, regional Masada secretary; Rabbis Leon Kronish and David Raab and Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Also I participating will be Dr. E. J. Edelman of the Zionist Youth commission and Dave Liebman in a satirical presentation. The public has been invited to attend. Ted Nelson will be installed as president along with Joseph Pardo, first vice pres.; Miss Norman Green, second vice pres.; Liebman, trea*.; Abe Schaier, corresponding sec.; and Miss Florence Abramson, recording sec. Reservations may be made by calling 58-6686 or 5-1588. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. B'nai B'rith Delegates Attend State Gathering Headed by Jack Abbott, president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, several Miamians are leaving aboard a private car today to attend the Florida convention May 1, 2 and 3 at the George Washington hotel in Jacksonville. Representing Sholem lodge will be Marx Feinberg, Sam Silver, John Kronenfeld, Jerome Weinkle. Milton Friedman and Charles Bach. Irving Cypen and Jack Harris are attending for Tropical lodge. Delegates from the Beach lodge are Abbott, Harold Turk, George J. Talianoff and Gilbert Balkin. Gables lodge representative is Max Feinberg; and Isaac Levin lodge, Isaac Levin. ^JenislHotidkkti PAGE THREE ROM Chapter Women Announce Swim Dance "Swim and Swing 'Neath the Stars" is the theme of a swim dance sponsored by Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, Saturday, 8:30 p.m, at the Georgian hotel] Miami Beach. A program of entertainment has been planned by Chairman Mrs. Betty A. Marshall and will include variety acts by the USO Old Brigade company. A LatinAmerican band will play for dancing and locker facilities will be available. Tickets are $2.50 per couple and $1.25 stag and may be obtained from members of Rose chapter. Assisting Mrs. Marshall with arrangements will be Mrs. David Platt. Center Juniors Conduct Own Passover Services Junior congregation of the Miami Beach Jewish Community center will conduct final children's Passover services today and tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Miami Beach High school auditorium. Officers, rabbi, speaker and cantor will be taken over completely by the junior membership. Herbert Kaplan, first guest speaker, will discuss "A Passover Message From Jewish Palestine." On Saturday Richard Rose will speak on the subject "Let's Wake Up." Gables Sponsors Forum On Juvenile Delinquency Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith is sponsoring a Juvenile Delinquency forum Tuesday evening at Hillel house on the subject "Can We Prevent Juvenile Delinquency in Our Community?" Taking part in the discussion will be Judge Walter Beckham of the juvenile court; Carl Hinds, director of the Miami Boys club; and Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal, professor of psychology at the University of Miami. Audience participation will follow. President Leonard Spiegel will preside. Merwyn Ames is chairman for the evening. Tropical Lodge Sponsors Dr. Rosenthal Receives "Y" II post pones Spring Carnival Carnival and dance scheduled by the Miami "Y" for May 2 has been postponed, according to an announcement by Maurice Grossman, executive director. All projects and features planned for the major spring activity of the organization will be presented at the later date, to be announced shortly. The postponement was made so as to enable the committee to enlarge and elaborate the program, the announcement explained. Water Show, Dance A water show and dance frolic will be sponsored by the Tropical lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Saturday, May 8th, 8:15 p.m., at the Raleigh hotel, it has been announced by President Irving Cypen. Jack Harris and Evan Stein head the arrangements committee which has planned a professional water show featuring wellknown swimming and diving stars. Bob Blank will act as master of ceremonies of the show. Highlight of the evening will be dance exhibitions by professional dance teams from several Beach hotels. The program will include swim and dance contests for audience participation. Tickets at $1.20 per person including tax may be secured from Cypen, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Coast Guard Post Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal of Di Lido island was recently appointed by Commander Allen Winbeck of the U.S. Coast Guard to serve as Commander of Flotilla No. 5 of the Coast Guard auxiliary. A non-military organization comprised of men with experience in the handling of small boats, the auxiliary is on call to aid the Coast Guard in case of emergencies. Dr. Rosenthal and George Adler assisted in the search for the three victims of a boating accident in Government cut. Aboard Ronny III they spent six hours searching the waters east of Bears Cut and were in the immediate vicinity when the body of one of the victims was recovered by a Coast Guard picket boat. Poale Zion Seder Poale Zion is holding a third seder tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. in the Miami YM & WHA. Nat Breene will serve as master of ceremonies. Entertainment has been planned including presentations by the Habonim. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. May Dance Jewish People's Fraternal Order, the English speaking group, will wind up their membership drive with a May Day dance tomorrow evening in the IOOF hall, N.W. 2nd Ave. and 4th St. Music by Alex Drucker and his orchestra will feature the evening of entertainment. The public is invited. Tickets are $1 and may be purchased at the door. Beth David Meeting Features Building Plans A joint meeting of Beth David congregation and the holding corporation will take place Wednesday evening at 8:15 p.m. in the Talmud Torah to discuss plans for the proposed new building. The architect will also be present. President Harry Markowitz has announced that an appropriate program has been arranged under the direction of Bernard Sterling to honor Rabbi Max Shapiro on the occasion of his birthday. Refreshments will be served. All members are urged to attend. A. B. €. PLUMBING, INC. PLUMBERS SUPPLIES PLUMBERS CONTRACTORS 4812 N. 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PAGE FOUR +JenSstifhridiat) EDITORIAL Words And Action When Warren R. Austin presented the American trusteeship proposal before the General Assembly's Political and Security Committee he may have intended to entertain his listeners with semantic contortions. But it is doubtful that his distortion of logic added to the prestiqe of the United States. Too astute to bluntly weiqh and measure the trusteeship scheme against the merits of the internationally approved partition decision, Mr. Austin sought to bewitch the committee with the following thesis: When the General Assembly voted for the partition solution it was hoped the expression of general world opinion would influence the Arabs into heeding the Assembly's recommendation, but now, that peaceful implementation of the Assembly's decision of November 29 has been made impossible because of the infiltration of armed Arab bands into Palestine from the neighboring states "in clear violation of the Charter of the United Nations," it follows that the United Nations must reverse its original decis'on. This is the equivalent of saying that legislators must always make laws with an eye to pleasing the very criminals against whom they are directed and retract them whenever the lawless elements unite to nullify them by disobedience or force. It is the expression of a shocking doctrine that can only lead to anarchy. Austin's performance was shocking on yet another count. He accused the Arab states of infiltrat ng men into Palestine in violation of the United Nations Charter but he failed to use even a single sharp word of reproach against the transgressors and aggressors against an international decision. His silence cannot be interpreted other than condonation of a violation against the Charter of the United Nations. A courageous man, even though forced into defending an untenable position, would at least have lashed out against the sinners with a warning that violators of the UN Charter can expect no consideration from decent people. Much has been written about the motives behind Washington's reversal of policy on Pali Irgun Attack City Of Jaffa (Continue Pagi Pales' .. combined force of 40.000 men before May 1.) Lydda airport, 15 miles southeast of 1\: Aviv, n over by the Brit:sh after its seizure by Arab Legion forces. All international plane and air mail service at Lydda ended and scheduled flights bound for the airpor; were canceled. All J' wisl members of the airport's staff are reported to have left. The Tel Aviv-Jerusalem road was blocked near Bab el Wad. the only Arab stronghold along the vital highway still in Arab hands. A huge stone barrier in the middle of the highway was bombed by a Jewish plane, but there was no report as to the success of the operation. Reports from Cairo claimed that King Abdullah of Transjordan has decided to lead his crack Arab Legion into Palestine to fight the Jews. Ten thousand Legionnaires are stationed in Palestine at present as members of Britain's security forces. An Arab League source in Cairo claimed that 12,000 Iraqi troops have left Bagdad for Amman, Transjordanian capital, to await orders to enter Palestine within ten days. British sources in Haifa said that truce negotiations between the Jews and Arabs there "have gone well." Police were boarding all shop windows to prevent looting in the city, and mixed groups of unarmed Jews and Arabs appeared on the streets, indicating that a halt in the evacuation of the city's Arab population has begun. The battle, probably the largest yet to be fought in Palestine, was practically over by midafternoon. There were, however, several scattered pockets of resistance on which the Jews were WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED sstine—even though Mr. Truman still insists he is for partition—but in the end it will be the mandate of events and nothing else which will determine the fate of Palestine. The New York Herald-Tribune made this proposition admirably clear when it declared editorially that "events in Palestine continue to shape a future daily assuming a greater and greater aspect of inevitability" and that "while the talk continues at Lake Success, the future is being indelibly etched by events." That future is being etched by Jewish blood, by Jewish arms, by Jewish determination to survive. \ntural. Indeed! In direct comparison to the general attitude of most Greater Miami schools. Biscayne elementary, a public institution adjacent to Surside, has been serving matthe week of Passover for their Jewish students. The Jewish percentage in that school is ably lower than some of the less considerate establishin town. "Why it's really nothing at all." insisted Miss lone S. Hill, Biscayne's principal and the one responsible for the gesture. "We just wanted to do it. The children pay for their bread and butter and I knew that some of them couldn't eat it this week. It seemed guite natural." A Call To Aetion A Center movement stirring with <** dynamic cultured upsurge in the Jewish ^' ity and an abiding preoccupation withT* ligious and morale needs of the h %  veteran and the youth in our peacetime" 31 '* I over the globe are graphically told in ^^ %  eport just released by the National hlfy'' fare Board. The report reveals an orqaS** virility and-resourcefulness, seasoned hv A" 1 decades of service to the Center moveml. the Jewish community—proud that the Inn ^ backed up its faith to the extent of coSkT close to a million and a half dollars to iUnm*? While figures alone cannot entirely Z? the dynamism of IWB's program as lh2* the report—they are nonetheless revealino 21 JWB leadership, Jewish Centers expendihmS serv.ces amountdd to more than S9,000,000 & %  &] ficant and inspiring for the future is the laaZ 700 Jewish organizations participated in Wi Music Festival and 1756 in Jewish Book Mat both organized under the JWB-sponsored Bat and Music Councils. Also indicative of JWB ice, is the figure of 1613 programs booked bt Centers and the Jewish community through JwS Lecture Bureau. JWB's concern with the cultural and relkM %  needs of the veteran and men in the armed fota is graphically revealed in a figure of 2M.0CC prayer books, holiday cards and sundry relim, '' items distributed to the Armed Forces and j pitals—all in a crucial year when it was liquids. tag its war-time program and setting up manent services on a global scale. Both of our progressive Miami and Mkni Beach Y's, housed in their new structures, an affiliated and actively participate with the Ifc tional Jewish Welfare Board. Responsibility to the community and an Q shakeable faith in the Center movement pevades the report. This is evident in the section dealing with the momentous JWB survey, which shows JWB eager to implement a clear mandate for greater good and more far-reaching services to the Centers and the community—and determined that this crucial year-long study shall not become an "uninhibited, uncensored and unpublished" report. The survey is a call to action and JWB is pledged to heed it. Sinai Officials Discuss Nautilus (Continued from Page 1) of Fall River. Mass.. and winter resident here. Because of ill health. Stanley C Myers, one of the original incorporators and trustees, declined re-election. Mt. Sinai Hospital operates the Alton Road Hospital on Miami Beach as an interim service to the community. The general office of Mt. Sinai is located at 420 Lincoln Road, and is in charge of Lionel J. Silverman, former Philadelphian. concentrating with mortars and heavy machine guns. One of the hottest spots in the city remained the jail which was occupied Wednesday by an Arab Legion unit after the British evacuated the building. The central railway building was badly wrecked as were a number of other buildings against Blood Bank Association Holds Conclave Here W rid famous blood research men will address the second annual meeting of the Florida Asn of Blood Banks in Mi7th and 8th, accordJohn Elliott of Miami, president of the Florida group. It was announced that doctors. ts and medical technicians I ite, whether mem! e Florida Associa' %  n of Bl -i Banks or not, are btpresent for the a mto be presented h well kn iwn speakers as inder S. Weiner, Ernest Witebsky! K nond, John Seudder and others. The meeting will mark the first such prominent blood rebeen brought time, thereby add%  of the" FlorBlood Banks, and bringing to Florida medical groups first •''and information on the latest techniques and developments. ,. u 'he agenda for -Lami meeting will be the ;<>n of ho final olood bank service to Pital in Florida Doctor Elliott, who will also speak, is internationally known %  Z IT ? chie y emen in pioneering the Army's liquid plasma program during the war, and for other important research in this field. The.second session of the World Jewish congress will open on which the Jews had used Tnew laTcf. Dr. TsSwS^t ^^J devastating weapon to which they the World W r hea< of have given the name of "David eanizatw.n n. „ "-egress OrKing of Israel." |f oda y Department announced devoted to activities vital to Dadt county welfare." Mosher called on agency estcutives to help correct a misconception in some quarters that the Chest is primarily a relief financing organization. "Community Chest agcnc work to prevent social ills whw may develop into direct relief cases," he said. "Although we* forced to work on less than budgeted funds, we'i. going toll* every effort to assure that an basic and vital Red Feather slices will be continued througa the rest of the y Red Feather Services Adjusted To Offset Drastic Budget Slashes Confronted with drastic slashes in their budqets, 21 Red feather services of the Dade County Community Chest are seeking means to carry on for the rest of this year without too dire curtailments in their health, recreation and welfare services. f n „„ y are to ,his critical predicament because the Chat fell 30 percent short of its mini' mum goal of $848,597, according tu Robert L. Mosher, new executive secretary. Three initial steps have been taken by Mosher to avoid social welfare disaster in Dade county. He first requested all 21 agencies to prepare revised budgets in accordance with the decision of the budget and executive committee. Next, he announced the appointment of advisory committees on budget revisions and a central purchasing. Each committee is made up of agency executives. Membership of the budget advisory committee includes Charles E. Cohen, Jewish Social Service Bureau; Dorothy Cason, Family Service; Albert R. Klemer, YMCA ^nd Julia E. Hatch, Children's Service Bureau. On the central purchasing committee are Mrs Evelyn B. Dean. YWCA; Dr. Robert C. Giffen. Protestant Service Bureau, and Dempsey Creary, Girl Scouts. In addition. Mosher has started a series of individual conferences with all 21 agency executives to discuss their particular problems. "We realize that all expansions contemplated for 1948 must be eliminated despite increasing needs of this rapidly growing county." said Mosher. "To absorb a 10 percent reduction in allocations to all agencies, on a 10-mnnth basis, with the calendar year changed for accounting purPoses, provides many serious problems. We hope to reach solutinns without damaging working structures or personnel of agencies 9-Jenistinrrirfan Friday •;"'* Published every „y Th* Jewish Flo Sixth Street. Miam ,8. Florida tered a* C0 ^ C !"A,T,. of Mil* 0. t the Po.t Office • ^ ,.. under the Act of Mar-en. %  ha Jewiih Florrdiann ^ Unity .. matter 1930. 0, ". c e —"1 ru Fia.. The Mie Jawlah %  • %  • Weekly. Member of the FM turi graphic Agency, Seven A"" ^ Syndicate. Worldwide ^"„'„. I0& National Editorial A 0C J'Ii,h.J** can A M oc..i.on i()j Of pr(i En. AMW „ tlf ., "" jJV* Newepaoere. Flo SUBSCRIPTION R* 1 ^ One Year Two Yeare ranTiTsHOcrfrr Editor and Put."" 1 Telephone. 2-lMl-** 11 OFFICE and PLA*\ 120 N. E. Sixth Sire* Volume 21 FRIDAY. APRIL 30. NISAN 21, 5-08



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SID AY, AP RIL 30, 1948 +Jew lsii thridliain PAGE FIVE iouncil Hears lational Director IMrs Moriis Scherago, member 1 ,), c board of directors of the lational Council of Jewish Womvvill be guest speaker at an btallation luncheon of the MiL, section to be held Wednes%  a 12:30 p.m. in Huyler's Ctaurant. Her topic will be ; 0 uncil—A Program of Educa|on and Action." TMI-S. Scherago a resident of jxington. Ky., has been active L ma ny years in Kentucky welLrc and civic organizations. [Council will honor two of their Inivcrsily of Miami scholarship [udents. Miss Josephine Berman, nd Miss Hope Ellen Tannenaum. •,[,< M..nte Selig will install president for the second term, jrs. Stanley C. Myers, and other lewly elected officers and board nrmbers. Mrs. Joseph Williamson is hairman of the day; Mrs. Ben largolis. in charge of decoralions. Advance reservations for Lm-hcon are to be made through |he chairmen, Mrs. Bob Schwartz. k-20fi3. or Mrs. Julius Mufson, [-1816. mm Temple Sisterhood ills At Luncheon Tcmp!u Israel Sisterhood will Install its newly-elected officers Jit its annual spring luncheon at t2:30 on Monday, May 3, in the lining room of the Robert Ir.ich'.er hotel. Acting as installing officer will Ibe Mrs Benjamin Meyers; Mrs. [Nat L. Wiiliams will be mistress lot ceremonies and Mrs. Colman |A Zwitman, program chairman, [will present guest soloists in a' |music:i'. interlude. Mi ; s and their guests are limited to the luncheon. Reserva1 may be made with Mrs Stella llantman, Mrs. Henry [Hirsch, and the Temple Israel office. On the committee to plan the 1 luncheon are Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. William Singer, Mrs. Zwitman and Ad iiph Wertheimer, who will be in charge of decorations. AMVET Resolution Supports Housing Bills Robert Richter post of the American Veterans of World War II. pas.-. .I ,-, resolution this week urging citizens to insist that the provisi ns of the McCarthy Housing bill and Fletcher Housing bill be considered by the house and senate. "In the interests of the passage of adequate housing legislation by the second session of the 80th C ingress," the resolution suggests that the bills be considered by the hnusos on their merit without "having added thereto the ; tr versial subject of public h using," and that "whatever Vour personal views may be on Public housing, you insist that Public housing be considered by both houses in a separate bill." Beach Zionists Hear Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple eth Sholom, Miami Beach, will discuss the topic "Pharoh Visits Mr. Bevin" at the regular weekly luncheon meeting of Miam B wch Zionist district, it was announced by Daniel M. Broad, luncheon club chairman. The meetings begin at 12:30 p.m Wednesdays in the National ho-, tel. Miss Rosryn Worth Junior Hadassah Crowns Queen At Donor Danee First annual donor dinnerdance of the Miami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah will be held in the Clover Club, this Sunday evening, May 2nd at 7 p.m., according to announcement by Mrs. Doris Pardo, president of the group. Plans have been completed by Miss Toby Cooper, fund-raising chairman, and Miss Freida Ankus, donor chairman, to honor each member who has raised $15 or more for Jr. Hadassah projects. These women and their escorts will be guests of the unit for dinner and entertainment at the Clover Club. Miss Roslyn Worth will be crowned donor queen that evening for raising over $110 toward Jr. Hadassah work. This was done through the sale of tickets to all the unit affairs, participation in Jewish National Fund collections, bulleting ads and recruiting of new members. Miss Worth, who joined the unit two years ago as a general member, has since been a board and executive officer, having served as corresponding secretary this past year. As a result of her achievements, she has been elected to the post of fund-raising chairman for the coming season. The youngest in her class, she is a graduate of the University of Miami, and the June 20th bride-elect of Gerald Soltz, Miami. Others who will be honored for their work in fund raising affairs will be Miss Cooper, past fund-raising chairman. Miss Florence Hildebrandt, membership chairman. Misses Lillian Aaronson and Beverly Raphael, co-chairmen who correlated social and fund-raising and Miss Natalie Samuels, ad-book chairman. In charge of reservations for the affair are Miss Cooper and Miss Worth; and Miss Trudi Lach, publicity. Lear School Frolics Lear School frolics tonight will feature crowning of the school queen, traditional climax to the year's activities. Entertainment and dancing have also been planned. Finalists include Janet Radoff. Arlene Wolfe, Joan Albin and Betty Lorins. The girls are seeded on the basis of scholastic chievements, interest and cone ration in school affairs and personal appearance. Alumni and friends have been nvited to attend the frolics, beginning 8 p.m.. 1010 West Ave., Miami Beach. Burton Defends Constitution L. Grady Burton, prominent Wauchula attorney and state attorney for the tenth judicial circuit, now a candidate for state attorney general, has received the congratulations and endorsement of many civic leaders of the state, particularly that of Sam H. Siegel, Haines City businessman. In a recent letter Siegel requested that "for the benefit of those people who do not know you personally, and the wonderful civic and state record you have set up in your lifetime," Burton write his position, if elected as state attorney, on the handling of such groups as the Klu Klux Klan and other sub-? versive front groups, with the permission that Siegel might show his reply to interested parties. In reply Burton quoted his announcement as candidate for the office in which he said: "Government in the United States is democracy under constitutional safeguards. Firm in the belief that this is the soundest and best form of government, I shall do my utmost to destroy subversive elements that may seek to undermine our fundamental institutions. "I believe in freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and L. Grady Burton freedom of the press, and I also believe in freedom of enterprise and equality of opportunity. As attorney general I shall work to the end that these ideals may be living realities for all of our people." "Any group, regardless of its name," the letter continues, "which designs or attempts to foment social, religious or racial hatreds or which designs or attempts to take away or curtail the fundamental rights and privileges of any citizen, is an enemy of our constitutional democracy and should be destroyed. It has no rightful place in our government. The preservation of the constitutional rights of the minorities is just as essential to our form of government as is the preservation of the same rights of the majority. "Every citizen of this state, regardless of his religion, color or origin, is entitled to the full benefit and protection of the law. Any attempt, to destroy that protection or the right thereto, is anti-social, undemocratic and unlawful. "As the attorney general I shall carefully and jealously guard and defend the constitutional rights and privileges of all our citizens. You may be assured that any effort by any person or by any group, to invade these rights and privileges will be dealt with by me without favor and without sympathy to the end that such anti-social activities shall be destroyed that our citizens may remain safe and secure in their homes, in their enterprises and in their constitutional freedoms. "My position on these matters is not now, nor has it ever been, a secret." %  I %  WC May Dance Workmen's Circle Branches, Women's Clubs and the Socialist Verbund will have a May Day festival on Saturday, May 1, at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach at 8 p.m. A program of songs will be presented. Mizrachi Party Postponed Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom, president 0 f the Miami chapter of Murachl Woman, has announced na, the luncheon and card party he group scheduled to be held tne home of Mrs. Isidor Cohen Jy 8 has been postponed to Zionist Revisionists Next meeting of the United Zionist Revisionists will takeplace Monday evening at the Miami YM & WHA in the gymnasium of the old building. A program of entertainment ha* been planned. The public is invitad to attend.



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% % % % % % % % % % % %  PAGE SIX 9-Jmlstnu-kHar FRIDAY, APRIL v Political Roundup Fuller Warren. Florida candidate for governor, will wind up his campaign in Dade county with a major speech in Bayfront park at 8:30 p.m. tonight. Warren's cowboy orchestra will play from 7:30 p.m. until the candidate begins speaking, Declaring that "the schoolhouse is as important as the courthouse.'" Fuller Warren, candidate for governor, appealed to Florida citizens in a recent address, to help him lift the state school system from its present low ranking with the U.S. Department of Education. Warren, recalling his own experiences in a Calhoun county one-room school and as a working student at the University of Florida, said he was determined to establish a minimum salary of $2,400 a year for qualified grade school teachers "The noble profession of teaching." added '.he Jacksonville-attorney and state government authority, "must be recognized by commensurate p Warren, whose public servici r was inti I by voluntarj sen n Navy gun crews di;r:r,i W :'.,: War II. warned : system— "even n >w m poorest in a"— ran di p even low.i th< ap< tilt : n my A nai F] idian, Warren is I ther of Richard Warren, Is in White Si %  T -' Miss A!:::., %  '' %  taught school in W St F graduaState 1 W now Florida sitv He became engaged in the real estate business "to publicize and sell the then 'undeveloped world's playground' to the nation." He became tax assessor of Miami Beach in 1922. followed by justice of the peace, councilman and two terms as mayor of that city. He was elected in 1944 by the people of Dade county to serve as the first county commissioner from district 5. Cleary has pledged his continued service in the interests of Miami Beach and the county and to "fully cooperate in seeing to completion the outstanding projects underway, plus the sponsoring of future projects for the betterment of Miami Beach and Dade county." Since he has no other business he assures "the devotion of my entire time to the county's business." Beach, declared in his platform that the three fold purpose of the office of justice of the peace is ,1) keeper of the peace. (2) judge of the court of small claims, (3) a law enforcement officer. Englander decried the fact that the number of cases in the office of justice of the peace has reached such an alarming increase." He stated that in his belief, the justice of the peace should devote his efforts throughout the community and his ability in effecting "peaceful reconciliations between potential litigants before their dispute takes the shape of official disputes." te for n iintj miistrict 5 is 1 .;r.n:ns : y< ar rec >rd of publi %  :: 1920, Cl( rj • : fr m --. n an %  v. Horace F. Mitchell, candidate for county superintendent of public instruction, stated in a recent open letter to the citizens of Dade county that he would "never sell out the people, the school system nor any political favor or support in order to continue myself in office." "I will bestow no jobs for political considerations." the veteran school teacher and principal further declared. "And I will not allow the exploitation of the Is by any interests, no matter how powerful." The native Flondian. who fill his own schooling from the seventh grade through his r's degree in education. mised that he would attempt to secure adequate salaries for the teachers. "I know you get no than you pay for as a rule." ti< mmented. "but I shall see to it that you. the tax payers. ncreased benefits for pay The teacher must render a higher quality of school and community service." Mai Englander. can,: the office : ustice of the peace. : fth disti..:. including Miami • bide and Golden RE-ELECT W. M. (Newt) HUDSON YOUR CONSTABLE 1st District Pull Lever 50C Subject to Democratic Primary "The Southern Conference for Human Welfare has been officially labeled a Communist organization by the UnAmerican Affairs Committee of Congress." Robert R. Taylor, county solicitor, said this week. Stating that "the advertising campaign started Monday in the Miami papers demanding that I stop my activities in the prosecution of Communists, as the first time the party has openly come out in demanding that our laws and system of government be changed to make their members immune from arrest and prosecution." Other achievements set forth by Taylor in describing his 16 of tenure in the office of Dade county solicitor, include his defeat of the salary loan "sharks," the wife desertion bill, recently d by the New York Assembly, and now awaiting Governor Dewey's signature; the rule permitting criminal suspects to waive jury trials, and the suggested National Vagrancy Law which will be submitted to Congress in the near future. This law is to enable the FBI to. assist in the handling of the Migratory Criminal, "one of the biggest headaches of the resort areas, such as Miami, New Orleans and L Angeles." Over forty thousand cases have gone through Taylor's hands with a record of 92 per cent convictions. Enlisting in the Navy in World War I. he spent part of his service in the Intelligence branch. He was discharged in 1918 as chief yeoman. R. P. Terry who has served on the school board of the county tor the last ten years, has announced that he is a candidate for re-election to that post. The former teacher and business man states that he has always insisted upon non-political, nest, efficient business administration of schools; selection of school personnel on the basis of character, training, experience and ability with pay commensur..-.e therewith: economy in expenditure of tax money; rapid improvement of a'.l school facilities as conditions permit: and nstant advance planning for v* UP. > %  -*, %  TASK rc WH R m R '*"' O. UOHTLY SALT ID school needs in the community. Terry has set forth his record of accomplishments for Dade county as a basis for his campaign, specifying the proposals he has made to the board which were procured to the benefit oi the county. Included are the school insurance program. Vocational Educational building and the broader physical education program. ,*-'••:..V S. J. Robinson, Miami businessman, is a candidate for county commissioner from district two. No higher taxes for Dade county home owners and an "open door policy" head his platform. Robinson also promises to donate full time to the job, to seek immediate action on flood control by the county as well as better drinking water, convalescent home for the aged and needy, and no confiscation of property for unpaid taxes and to work for all the people. Joe Hendricks, canrtu delegate to the rtfiSfe* cratic Convention, sS> .snot running for ££*** sons but "because IS? be of service to ttf Sl*! restore the two-Zj^J Due to numerous m.~. the JewUhFloridU^JH itspoUcrandaccptTiS parsona nature. u -fin* low. Tmi is baing EnX Z hop. that it win KfJ £ lot to our readari. %  Cultured, pleasant lady, 39, J appearance, 5'6", wishes too* refined professional or a^k. liahed business man, with n* Write Mrs. R. L C/O Tho Jewish Floridi,, P. O. Box 2973, Miami Jewish Matrimonial Agency Teachers • Doctors • Dentists Business Men RUTHEY CHANCIS, Director OUT-OP-TOWNERS A SPECIALTY Hours: 10 A.M.-10 PJL Writ* for our Circular. — Alt corraapondance confidential. M90 BROADWAY (at S7th St.) N. Y. C. Phone: ENdicott 2U For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STttlCTLY KOSHER butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Btxxch • Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. 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-.-n--':V.".--i Vi-iBW/rai* )AY, APRIL 30, 1948 ^JenisfincriaUatr) PAGE SEVEN Personal Appeal To Our Friends! •


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PAGE EIGHT JsHlstncrkflan Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen of Miami have as their quests Mrs. Cohen's brother and nephew. Moses Dolinsky and Sherman Shatz of Charleston, West Virginia. + Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal of Savannah spent the f.rst few Ben Ilanfoannis Receive Friends At Versailles Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum of the V %  sailles hotel. Miami Beach, of ption and party to be held mrs. neroen Diumeninai 01 oavannan spem mc .<" %  =•• ----. o days of Passover with her parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April Sunday, May -. ^^n of 1845 S.W. 9th St. She returned to her home on Monday. J R" "h and the fc "^ ^* "^ Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kauders announce the birth of a son. Richard Alexander on April 20 at Jackson Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin will move into their new home tomorrow at 1941 S.W. 18th St. Mr. and Mrs. M lton Dreyfus of 3415 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, are to be home tomorrow from an extended trip during which they attended the wedding of their daughter to Thomas Hall in Dallas. They expect to join the newlyweds here. %  Mrs Bertha Malamut became the I I Danbaum April 8. at Temple Israel where Rabbi an Zwitman performed the .-, r em ny, attended by intimate • ,:. Is and tamily only. On their n. the Danbaums visit. | N, w York City where they : the Waldo • red to Atlantic City and Washington where they nti lamed by mutual friends. They returned to For the first time in many years the entire Langner family y.... Beach on April 25 were together for the first Passover seder at the home of Mr. pj ra i decorations for the setand Mrs. Isidor Langner, 2283 S.W. 17th St. Children present in g m the Gulfstream room were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langner, Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, Mr. being handled by Mrs. Danbaum and Mrs. Philip V. Salmon and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz. Grand. .lly. ch ldren included Miss Joan Langner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. I In th rig line beside the Rothlein, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Rothlein, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Danbaums will be Mrs. Le nard S. Rothlein, Mvron H. Salmon, Herschel L. Salmon, Martin R. H Adelman. bride's daughter and Hurwitz and Marilyn A. Hurwitz. Only grandchild, Arlene RothMss Sonya Danbaum. daughter lein, was also present. -fc Miss Paula Gaines of New York has returned from a visit here with her mother, Mrs. Gus Ginsberg of Miami. of Mr. Danbaum. Th< music will be furnished by H Poi irchestra, .:1s to be rendered by Mr P %  • ims residence is 20u A son. Ira, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman of \v R Alt Drive, Miami Beach. 2601 S.W. 2nd Ave., last Monday in Jackson Memorial hosp.tcl. dur"* %  %  :...• mer months Miss Naomi Machtei, a student at Florida State University, TaUahaasee spent Passover weekend with her parents, Rabbi p au l Enfield, Bride ana Mrs. S. M. Machtei, guests at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach Mrs. Victor Mell of 2273 S.W. 12th St. has left for tended trip in the East visiting relat.ves and friends. an exAl Gottesrr.cn has left for Hot Springs, Ark., where he will spend c month before joining his son, Joe, in Hollywood, an assistant producer. He plans to join his son in the motion picture industry. MISS DrvMiick llevoals Troth f Miss H riet Dn -nick, : Mr and Mrs Dr. snick : th St M to Samuel K --. %  son Kess N %  % %  121 A. is need toft { at a p.m. tel MiI th I lowne. Pa. S %  %  %  ; Rose B nai B'rith en. A e: : Edis n Ti university in New Y rk the prospective bi idegr three years with I y Air during the war. He i> %  member of Harvey Seeds p st American Legion, and is n th board of the Miami YM & WHA No plans have been made for, the weddingFine Quality At l.im Prices Ethel presents smart neic dresses, in a smart shop, popuiar-.ly pneed because ir :s out of the high rent district. Why not brouse around at the Erheletn Dress Shop and be convinced that here high pr-.ces have been beat. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP 236 N. MIAMI AVE. Take West Indies Trip Wedding of Miss Frances of Atlanta to Paul Enfield of Miami Beach took place at the Progressive club in Atlanta Sunday. April 11. Carrying a bible covered with white orchids Mrs. Enfield was tten led by her sister. Mrs. Jack Katz of Charlottesville. Va.. matron of honor; Carole Ann Katz. niece of the bride, flower girl. Kurt Enfield served as best man for his brother. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sinkowitz of Atlanta. Mrs. Enfuld is a graduate of DruidHills High school. Atlanta. She attended the University of AlaThe bridegroom, son of Hi and Mrs. Henry Enfield. 1701 {an Ave.. Miami Beach, was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended R Uins college. A veteran combat photographer in the Pacific during the he is now associated with Enfie'.d's Camera shop. F : heir honeymoon in Indies, the newlyweds are to reside at 1521 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach. Third Seder Proceeds To Adopt Orphans Workmi e. Branch 692 Miami Beach, in njunction with Women's Cub. is plai :..-... adopt twe additional your.. • I from am ngs! the rphani I Thomas Halls Honeymoon Here Charlotte D Simon, daughter Mill D D. Drev[" f Miami 3each. and Thom'a G"a 1. n of M r ,, ni Mrs Harry J Gross of Dallas. 1 were uniti I April 16 by an im: %  wedding in the %  lome of the groom. The n. iave been hone; ;. in Miami Beach at the'home'of ride's Mrs. Benjamin Danbaum Millers Reside In Alabama Miss Harriet Levine and Dr. Murray Miller exchanged vows April 11 in New York. The ceremony was followed by a reception in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Levine of that city. Dr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller of Miami. Attending the wedding besides the grooms parents were his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg of Birmingham. Ala. The bride attended schools in New York and Sophie Newcomb college in New Orleans. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, the bridegroom attended the Unlity of Florida. He received degree from Southern College of Optometry where he was i member of Omega Epsilon Phi. I Following a honeymoon on Miami Beach the Millers are makI ing their home in Gadsden. Ala., where he will practice optqmeHadassah B & P Women Schedule Elections Business arid Professioul Women's Divisi r. Miami Chap-1 i ter of Ha will elect officers at B meeting scheduled for .'.: 3:30 p.m. according to an .i.inouncement by Miss Ethel Wi I in, president. The group will meet in the new YMHA. In addition to the slate of officers prepared by the nominating committee, ruminations wffl i be open from the floor. Plans will also be formulated j for a Mother's Day program be held on M nday evening. Mar 10th, at which time all mothen j of members will be guests. IBtfiEU UncoLq tion of European Jewry. For that purpose the branch Beach attended dren of Europe T the yearly J P a ; en 'llow,„g High school the :-: holding a: .. ^ ; on Sunday, at their lyceurn 25 %  •~.,,f U re ceived hls d <*-<* i ungton Ave. Miami Bea,^TM a m !" A special Passover dinner "' %  served as a "Ptai be served at 6 pm. am --^ and a half y Haggadah read d, ^ HaKre to make %  %  a: s home in DISTRESS SALE S29.0O0 New 3 Units—Built by Artist Every Room Has Outside Door Corner—Ideal for ConvalescenHorns — All Crans Plumbing — Best of Flooring—140* Fronts ee Males Qffar RU86E Room 407 Telephone 82-7838 ssaasaBBSBasai %  their College Station. Texas the bridegroom will con* tjnuejrfth his post graduate work. Frontage REALTY ngrsss Bldtf. Flora R. Hickev CORS E T IERE Md sag Fonn 5 ly &rfcCo ^ t ShQp Fbst Stiest Miami Fls. Phons 3-1882 HH | % SoAitivu iauue^ Mother's Day Exquisite Delia imported from Italy $498 Mother will be **£ with these beautifully do* Delia Robbia decor iW** the famous blue or j* with delicately pa*-* £ border design. Give cigarette set and plant* match • • • she'll W-* them always. • 3-piece cigarette •* • Plcmter (plant •*W 6 9C|



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MDAY. APRIL 30, 1948 ^Jmlsii Fh radical PAGE NINE few I^odge Elects Irs. Phillips I Mr-; Stanley Phillips of 1825 [iarriz Dr., has been elected the Lt president of the newly orKnia-d Women's chapter of North tore lodge, B'nai B'rith. [Other ofticers elected to serve fcth Mrs. Phillips are: vice pres| cn i Mrs. Mark Silverstein; fcasurer, Mrs. Louis Sherman; L',.' sec, Mrs. Selma Leban; Cording sec., Mrs. David Shiffan; f.nancial sec, Mrs. Hal .bans; sentinel, Mrs. Cohen; fonitor, Mrs. Lewis Safft; and .. Mrs. Malcolm First and ,. George Gallander. id to serve on the execuard of the group are the s Sol Schwartz, Leo Solnon. Fred Somerstein, Sal SolloIjv, Nathan Feinberg, Sidney rg Clarence Samuels and jney stolman. chapter sponsored a memning recently, a.ttendIhan 150 persons whe George J. Talianoff, Flornal director of the Antii League, tell of the taxational programs launched jjv the B'nai B'rith to combat intolerance and bigotry. iGordon-Miller Nuptials Announced Announcement of the marriage am Miller to Ralph GorMarch 26 at Anshe Emet gue in New Brunswick. | J. is made by the bride's n\Mr. and Mis. Bertram T)493 N. Bay Road, Miami Jeach Rabbi Keller of New ;ck officiated at the cereny The bride is a graduate of Lake flew High school, Chicago and [Northwestern University, when phe received her B.S. degree. She %  attended the University of IlliInoii Chicago's Teachers Col[lege as well as Anshe Emet Hebrew and Sunday schools and was graduated from the college 1 departir. ent of the synagogue. I Having received her Sunday school teacher training at the Colletto of Jewish Studies, Chi[cago, Miss Miller has been teaching in Miami Beach for the past two years. Mr. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gordon, of New Brunswick, is a graduate of New Brunswick High school and attended Ohio State University. An officer in the navy for three years, he received his BBA degree in February from the University of Miami. The couple will make their temporary home at 36 Albany St., New Brunswick. Mrs. Stanley Phillips Mrs. Irving Becker, a past president of District Grand Lodge No. 6 in Chicago has acted as sponsor and advisor to the new group. Plans are under way for a joint installation affair at which time officers of the North Shore lodge and Women's chapter will be installed. Sholom Temple Ladies Install Mrs. Krensky Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, 4955 Delaware Ave., Miami Beach, was unanimously elected president of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, at the annual election meeting of the Sisterhood held Wednesday, April 21. Formerly of Chicago, Mrs. Krensky attended the University >f Illinois and Chicago University "ind is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. She replaces Mrs. Alexander Kogan who has held the presidency of the Sisterhood for the past two years. Other officers elected were Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. William Farr and Mrs. Abe Blatt, vice presidents; Mrs. Arthur England, recording secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Seidler, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bert Whitman, financial secretary, and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, treasurer. Installation of officers will take place on Wednesday, May 19th, at 1 p.m., at a luncheon at the Martinique hotel. Reservations can be obtained from Mrs. William Farr, chairman of the arrangements committee, and Mrs. Irving Rothman, reservations chairman. WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM FLOORS Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile Broadielt Linoleum MPERIOR FLOOR CO. 220 N.E. 14th St. Miami PHONE 82-4042 Shown above are members of the planning committee for the Beach YM & WHA official opening Sunday night. Seated left to right are Mrs. Milton Sirkin. membership co-chairman; Mrs. David Walterman, program chairman; and Mrs. George Cohen, nominations. Standing are Leo Chaikin, social chairman; Paul Weitzman. membership co-chairman; and Gus Jacobson, director of the Y. Methodist Students Attend Temple Seder Over 300 people attended the Temple Israel first seder Friday night, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman conducting. Adolph Wertheimer was in charge of arrangements. • The senior services were preceded by a children's model seder, Sunday, April 18, sponsored by the Sisterhood and attended by four classes of the Riverside Methodist church with their teachers. The Riverside children participated with the more than 200 Temple religious school stu1 dents in reading the Hagaddah, 'eating the matzos and taking part in the symbolic traditions. I Rabbi Zwitman conducted the service and Mrs. Henry Wolff 'was the chairman. $ — RED FygpER w< Ta/wrw • GOURMET'S FIELD DAY! Where the Food and Atmosphere is Really Different end The Family Dines aroma ltg ON SUPERB ROAST PRIME RIBS Of AGED BEEF^ order _c h olce "iivor. texture marvelous: Roasted and cut to you* of those who always Insist on the best. ., mvrnA \ nled by'-nn unforgetftabla. treat In NOT" • %  ') ieverage BORD. Taste-Tempting Soups. Sala.ls, Vc K %  tables. He >tlvi. whelher %  "! Desserts especially cooked for appreciative appetites 'hey be HKARTY or I.IOHT. „ ,„ H.Hrlous' ;• i n .y CH0O8H from six other complete dinners, all so delicious. o taste 'era all isa,. DINNERS START AT 5:00 P. M. ^ FlfL as fewwar K£rs! Drlv, straight off Boulevard onto N. IIP ,|ahu it 88th Street Station: Biscay no Boulevard to double tra 'Vl a vno Pars: and North Intersection-eintlnuV thru Miami ohorao, Blsoayno far* Miami to 140th St. Lazarus Group Elects Miss Pont Miss Ethel Pont was elected president of Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women at a meeting of the group last Tuesday evening. Chosen to serve with her were Miss Dorothy Rader, first vice pres.; Miss Tillie Livingston, second vice pres.; Miss Miriam Goldstein, recording sec; Mrs. Ruth Katzif. corresponding sec; Miss Irene Sklar, financial sec; Miss Charlotte Ahrens, treas. Mrs. Harriet Bennet, Mrs. Bernie Swisko, Mrs. Frances Giller and the Misses Lillian Eisman, Lillian Sach, Lynn Warner, Gertrude Ziegler, Florence Engle and Paula Horowitz were elected to the board. Miss Pont and Miss Sac'i will attend the fifth district convention in Washington, May 29 to June 2. Installation of officers is to take place May 16 in Betty's restaurant. Reservations may be made until May 11 by calling Miss Pont at 3-8466 before 5 p.m. Pioneer Women Benefit Show Seen at Flamingo A benefit show for the Palestine Emergency fund and the Child Rescue fund of the Pioneer Women's organization will be given by the Greater Miami council in Flamingo park May 2, according to an announcement by chairmen of-the local Child Rescue funds, Mrs. Pearl Krieger, club No. 1; Mrs. Hadassah Ratner, club 2; and Mrs. Bess Faber, Kadimah chapter. In the event of rain the performance is to be given at the same time, 8 p.m., the following night. Headed by the noted Polish heatrical star Chana Grosberg with Anyuta Melicov at the piano, the program includes Nana iwanowa, concert violinist who recently arrived from Switzerland, accompanied by Mary Arico. Bernard Ostfeld, European ballet artist, will typify Jewish dances; and Dr. Paul Beck, dramatic tenor from Yugoslavia and Ruth Brotman, popular soprano, will sing operatic and musical comedy duets. Tickets for $1.00 plus tax, bench seats, and $.75, bleachers, are on sale at Condave's Music store, 1224 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Hadassah Honors Quota Members At Luncheon Reward luncheon, sponsored by two Hadassah groups, the Miami Beach and Deborah, for those women -who have attained their $50 quota, will be held on Monday, at 12:30 p.m. at the Shelborne hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff is program chairman and Mrs. Walter Cohen will give the invocation. Mrs. Murray Grossman is to speak on the theme, "Bringing Palestinian Culture To You." Mrs. Miiion Wolf, luncheon chairman, will speak on the purp S3 of the meeting. Mrs. Alfred Stone, known for her dramatic ability, will narrate on the movie slides, "Fortress of Mercy." Herman Freed and Miss Anne Wayne, musical and dance directors of the Miami Beach YM & YWHA. are directing Palestinian song and dance numbers, which include the following participants: Mesdames Jerry Granger, J. Jacobi, M. Yalman, J. Mufson, Jandon Schwarz, Leo Levin, Ben Grenald and W. I. Iver, with Mrs. David Walterman interpreting the songs and dances. Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein and Mrs. Leo Levin are the presidents of the two Hadassah groups. WANTED Middle-Aged Woman to Live with and Assist Elderly Lady in Efficiency Apt. PHONE 5-0139 Goldstrich Bar Mitzvah B. Z. Goldstrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich of 2838 Prairie Ave., Miami B h. will be Bar Mitzvah in Ten pie Beth Sholom May 8 at 10:45 p m., Rabbi Leon Kronish offic Friends and relatives of the family have been invited to attended the ceremony and '.he lunchen which follows in the Air-Conditioned Practice Studios THE ONLY MUSIC STORE ON THE BEACH 1224 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH fumnmmm ; %  !" !.::'T. .. i i. ..L3 S^!5 r*w* —^^ FOR THE PROTECTION OF YOUR FURS LET Miami's rioneer Furrier Established 1927 REMODEL • REPAIR CLEAN • OR GLAZE That Precious Fur of Yours Our tested methods and proper equipment achieves perfection in fur cleaning and glazing. Our Specially Cleaning and Bleaching White Furs' % % %  v-„.. i CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE ON PREMISES r'l % %  '!• -m



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PAGE TEN Je*isi> fhridian III! Coaneil Elect Leaders B'nai B'rith Council of Greater Miami will elect officers at a special meeting scheduled for Wednesday. 8:15 p.m.. at 330 Seybold Building. Designated by the nominating committee to serve for 1948 and 1949 were the following candidates: pres.. Sidney Aronovitz: vice pres.. E. Albert Pallot: vice pres., Dr. Leonard Ghckstein: secretary. Mrs. Norman Giller. treasurer. Mrs. Harry Gordon. Additional nominations will be acceptable at the Wednesday evening meeting. All delegates or their alternates are urged to attend this meeting at which time plans will be discussed for the fund-raising campaign which culminates at the Benefit Carnival on May 23. at the Miami Beach "Y". Hebrew School Engages Cantor Leibele Urlich Cantor Leibele Urlich who will chant concluding Passover services for the M:ami Hebrew School and Junior congregation at the building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Hi Gables Tenter Holds Election Dr. Leonard Glickstem. Lee Platt and Murray WeyiM r been nominated for president of the Coral Gables Jewish center Elections are to take place at the next meeting, Sunday. May 2. .;: Hillel House. 3306 P. nee de Leon Blvd.. 8:15 p.m Other nominations released by Herman Fisher, electi >n mm tJay C n< and Sam Schulefand. denl E.:;..:H Mi Mrs A v." Mrs A Lev::. Muri %  % %  ; ::;: (inane Fifteen members l ted from a list I Hebrew Academy Ladies Leadies League of the Hebrew %  \cndemv sponsored a game party Tuesdav evening in the Albion hotel. Miami Beach. Proceeds are to be given to the school. The league has also launched a drive for collection of clothing m conjunction with the SOS cam!" _^LAPRn.3o % % % %  HM"*" Beach WC 3rd Seder Workmen's circle, branch 692 I Miami Beach, and the women's club, are sponsoring third seder Sunday, May 2. at 6 p.m. Proceeds are to be used to adopt two Jewish orphans in Europe. Held at the Lyceum. 25 Wash. Avi the evening will Innew Hagaddah. community singing and a traditional seder meal prepared by the women. Ri tiona are 52 SO a person. B'nai B'rith Girls Plan Leap Year Picnic A ill be Mi y :•::: ..: G Z B ; Bnai •iris. T : %  :• ( girls Cantor D'rlich also conduct a special Yisk service. Cantor Urlich served at the Shirel Thilim Delibauer gogue and at the Congregati arei Zedek in S:. L uis N< ti( k< ts an at the holidaj All members and friends are invited to attend. Couples will leave from the town YM & WHA at 10 a.m. on IN provided for transI rtal T..K-. ts may be btained from any B Z. B. member or by calling 4-0353. The pubho is invited., VOTE FOR •IOII\ H. YATES Circuit Judge. Group 7 Eleventh Judicial Circuit Dade Co.. Fla. ndoC 1 'v.N H. YATES Dr. N. Beckman 337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach ENDORSES —*S1 HB | RAY MILLS HAS: More law •niorcement expert,,.,,. all other candidates ££3 Pull Down Lever 28-B VOTE FOR RAY MILLS YOUR CANDIDATE SHERIFF (Paid for by i r:. r.d, of m, ^ CAUSEWAY CARPET. IXC. CARPET • LINOLEUM ASPHALT AND RUBBER TILE 1308 N. E. Second Ave. Miami 36. Florida PHONE 9-4840 JOHN C. JOHNSON fee County Commissioner District 3 Mere Attention to Development of Our Attractions for the Winter Visitor and More Advertising Nationally for Them ASK YOUR DOCTOR ">.'--. for Coi RE-ELECT Meet Him Hoar Him FULLER WARREN WILL SPEAK 8:30 PJC FRIDAY, APRIL 304 BAYFRONT PARK, MIAMI FREE — MUSIC — MUSIC FREE Paid Political Mr. ELECT Grant STOCKDALE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 4 "Let's Get Some Action" P.:I Political Adt. W. C. "Bill" LANTAFF Candidate For RE-ELECTION to the STATE LEGISLATURE — Group 3 — EXPERIENCED PROGRESSIVE W. C. "BILL" LANTAFF ELECT O. D. Jack) HENDERSON CONSTABLE—DIST. 2 ... Pu l-*ver SC-B World War D Veteran 27 Years in Miami • Memt.tr Faculty of Fiona, State and M.am, Pohce Ac" demy. "pSl,T. er Q A l *" n, 0ir <:tOr of uc.t"„. BUr U S ""> Ed. •Attended R,ver„dt ElementH,gh School*. One of Miami's Most Progressive Law Enforcement Officers 'XET'S MAKE THIS OFFICE ACTIVE" I Political Adv. JUDGE A MAN BY HIS RECORD In the 1945 Legislature GEORGE S. OKELL sponsored and steered to passage 1—Dade County Port Authority Bill 2—Miami-County Single Registration Bill &—School District Consolidation Bill &f -County Water Conservation Bill Other members of the House voted OKELL the OUTSTANDING firstterm member. The OKELL program for the 1949 State Legislature: l-Laws to support U.S. Engineers' Flood Control and Water Conservation Plans and recommendations. ^Appropriations to complete School Foundation Program. r£" Sl l anng b S '*e with municipalities. ^^ &f -Opposihon to any form of State sales tax. ^-Oppostuon to unnecessary „ate spending. Judge a candidate by his record. George Okell's record merits nim a second term. His program is worthy of your vote. GEORGE S. OKELL Representative. State Legislature. Group 1. Dade County



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%  MfmarMM )AY, APRIL 301948 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I p Reveals icational .idance Plans lelen Temple, chairman of the |th committee of .the Miami & WHA has announced that plans have been completed [the establishing of a vocationguidance service for .teen-age _ngsters. The purpose of this Ipam is to give young men h women advice concerning L future life's work. Ijn doing this we will enkvor to be as scientific as we Bibly can," Mrs. Temple exbned. "We will make ample of all the modern testing dees known in the field of edition and psychology. We will te the equipment and tests so |t we can best ascertain an infidual's aptitude to music, art, n-ical work and mechanical entvors. Aside from our testing gram we will make available [everyone information concernthe various educational inKutions and professions, as well the school trades and other lids of work. /Everybody is welcome to take Inntage of ou* services for Jiich there will be no fee," she %  ded "We will endeavor to help Jybody with any type of probthat confronts them and if feel we are not capable to ^pe with this individual's probn, we will recommend a suittie agency that we know can kip. | "We are especially interested having the parents come to ; us about the problems of their hildren. All our work will be in krictest confidence and the data \ie derive from our program will • used for professional purposes nly." Those desiring to avail themelves of this service are advised i contact Martin Rubinstein, diector of vocational service at he Miami "Y." +Jei*tifhridrfon PAGE ELEVEN Al Block Candidate As Convention Delegate The "great need of the Democratic Party" was described this week by Al B. Block, president of the Leon County Young Democratic Club as "a man with ideals who possesses the warmth for people, the capacity for leadership, and a popular following such as is exemplified by the personality of Ike Eisenhower." Block, president of the largest Young Democratic Club in the state and a candidate for delegate, state-at-large, to the Democratir National Convention, stated "the Democratic party faces a crisis which must be met with intelligent and vigorous leadership." "It shall be my purpose as a delegate to the convention to encourage, work for, and suppoit a leadership which will be acceptable to the majority of '.he people of our country." "To assure peace in our time," Block continued, "this leadership must be able to give to our nation the guidance with which it may properly assume its place in the vanguard of world councils." Block has served as National Committeeman for the Young Democrats of America and is past president of the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce, the Tallahassee Jaycees, and the Tallahassee Senior Chamber. He is now president of the Florida Master Printers. A former member of the Florida Citizens Committee on Education, Block was recently appointed to the State Advisory Council on Education and the State Apprenticeship Council. Miami T Dance Second in a series of bi-weekly dances will be held on Saturday evening, May 8, at the Miami Y, according to Sam Seitlin, chairman of the social committee. Dave Tyler will furnish the music for the occasion and admission will be $1 plus tax. Duncraggon Inn, N. C Adds New Facilities Duncraggon Inn, Hendersonville, N. C, has opened a new Presidential lodge containing 12 large private bedrooms with private baths, completely furnished. The well known summer resort, operated by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lewis of Miami Beach, has added several other new features, including a dance pavilion where entertainment will be given and movies shown. A counsellor has also been engaged for the children. The most human, understanding and loyal personality in local politics that I have ever met. I consider it a privilege to vote for and support LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 5 and I recommend him to all my friends. ERNIE WOOLFE S. E. "Doc." SPAULDING For COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 1 Pioneer Business Man SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY DESERVING CAUSE Paid Political Adv. DICK ERVIN FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL ELECT Fred W. McCall, Jr. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION "A Complete Educational Program for Dade County for Resident of D.d. Counlr 28 Year. %  QUALIFICATIONS: • Master of Education—University of Kg"" • Bachelor of Arts—University of £"" t#m • 19 years in the Dade County school sysi Educat ional • Actual exp.ri.nce with all phaae. of tne Program M iional Professional • Holder of many LocU. State, and Nationa. officea %  *"• political Adv. • Abla Leadar RICHARD W. ERVIN Has helped bring many good things to Florida. • Better Highways • Toll Free Bridges • Highway Beatification and Safety • Sound financing county and city debts With your help Dick Ervin. as Florida's Attorney General, can do even more — sound and efficient government — continued progress in education — capable, impartial legal service lor the people of Florida and all branches of state government. Your support of DICK ERVIN will be a contribution to good government in Florida and will be sincerely appreciated. Pol Adv. Paid by Pade County friends of Dl.-k BTVln RE-ELECT GLENN C. MINCER Your State Attorney Mincer hai obtained convictions in 35 capital cases. He has never lost any important case, nor has he ever had a conviction upset by the Supreme Court. Pd. Pol. Adv. Vote for A. W. (Bert) SIMPSON for Constable 5th DISTRICT—DADE COUNTY CHIEF OF POLICE, MIAMI BEACH. FOR 6 YEARS 14 Years Experience in" Law Enforcement World War Veteran Your Vote Will be Appreciated Paid Political Adv. -. %  RE-ELECT RICHARD 'CHUBBY' OELKERS Representative State Legislature GROUP 2 Your Vote and Support Appreciated Paid Political Adv. T i THE INCUMBENT DOES NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION YOU WILL ELECT A NEW CONSTABLE; WHY NOT ELECT C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS CONSTABLE 3rd DISTRICT Your Friendly and Courteous Representative L.U....m 7 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. 18 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY. Paid Political Adv. %  : f Paid Politic*! Adv.



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PAGE TWELVE vJewlst fkrkHairt nUDAY, APRIL Congress Ladies To Install Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president, and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, honorary president, head the list of officers unanimously elected by the Miami chapter. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. Installation is to be held Thursday. May 6 at 12:30 p.m. in Betty's restaurant, 1440 Biscayne Blvd. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Albert Michelfl of the Hillel foundation. Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Florida W men's division and a national vice president, will install the local officers followed by a musical program. Serving with Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. Fine will be Mrs. Mark Kaplan. 1st vice pres.; Mrs. Leonore Curtice. 2nd vice pies : Mrs Herbert Scher, 3rd vice pres.: Mrs. David Rabinowitz, 4th vice pres.: Mrs. Sol C. Finn. rec. sec: Mrs. E. B. Harris and Mrs. Bessio Elman. corres, sec; Mrs. Amos Benjamin, fin. sec: Mrs. A. L-add, treas. RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY with i nhm at %  nts tiuLIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Friday mornlni 10: Joseph E. HackoviKy. i by the ,.f Junior Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Krld a.m. I a.m. Rabbi K inlth will preach Friday evenlni it 8:1* p ro. Rabbi i H. Ka 111 preach. B I i day morning gervlcea at 10:4 %  en i Rabbi %  h W ill BPi .ik "Tl "Hi r Q We %  '. %  : Jet." £ a.m. i'i children from thi asei i %  to i r_High school of Jew leh \| Sunday morning, :4S a.m. for young people 15 y-ai e of i nate weeklays afternoona, boyi and girl s ^ : _lu %. I ially moi i .it 10 \ Ic) will speak "n %  \idaj • venlng i% in"' n!:. hi.i Rai kon "i mi Parents Mini ha a( Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Mrs. Is:Max Kaufman. REFORM Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st. Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. lal • for Passovi day mi ming .it :i a. m. Rabbi Zwltman on the topic "Thi Di \\ bi Wt X>vt Ri % %  ) i;. I v preai Q In and Above the Battli S Bt 11 a in. Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Fort Lauderdale. Rabbi David Raab. -. ea at 8:00 p.m Ral bi Raab n ipi %  I a.m. Jewish Community Center, 2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi i, ,i bj Bhalos Seudoa. follow? Ilallj morning sen %  A. i bj %  claai n Ml %  '' s ''' • m followi d bj ... a nd cusl ma Followed bj dor Cohen and Mrs. F:nc are trustees. Board of directors consists of Mrs. Michael Arnold. Mrs J sepl Mrs. Charles Belanoff, Mrs Samuel Beck. Mrs. C. Kasov. Mrs. 'r Fine, Mrs. Jerry Goldman. Mrs. M. Gordon, Mrs Sidney L Lewis, Mrs. Robert Leven, Mrs ttc ••. Mrs J -eph M n Ires, Mrs. J. k s Mrs. Herbert Silver and Mrs P Zimmerman. F \ enl will ORTHODOX Congregation Beth Jacob, 301311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Bervli-e? ol the P —i %  hi lldaj Frldas and Saturdaj r %  %  • % %  Mi \ Paltl In Si arch ol People," and will apeak on \ Soi a f >r the Dead e Tlakor len ea Saturday n* Friday evening %  < n I p m i 'li the direction of Ma\ •i of th,fa, ulty each morning. LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVEE. 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C I.EVF C T crT8 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVE E ** %  *X 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE" 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE "^ ^T"-' 1 8-C LEVER 8-C i LEVER 8-C ^ LW 8-C %  m. 8 c M 1 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C M LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE r LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE 1 LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE 4 ^ a i r A^^^B 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LE 'J L SBy 8-C LEVER > LEVER 8-C LE S2 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C l.E ^1. ^am. 8-c LEVER B-C LEVER 8-C LE R">J rMm LEVER. 8-C LEVER 8-C LE MA M 1 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C 'LEVER 8-C LE 1 MAX 8-C 1 8-C LEVER 8-C LE LEVER 8-C I LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C tUlR I JOHN C. JOHNSON | V | R K LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVEF vLEVEr IO ur County Commissioner ?p lf c LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C 1 PaM P buial Adv i Miami Hebrev, School and Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W. 12th ave. Rabbi Simon April. IC -. n li l B Bl 9 a in IIR % %  ( Faith." it 6:30 p.m. it 9 a m h will chant taaover. Mln hool al Hi to p.m. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17lh ave. Rabbi Murray Grauer. : oi "Song ,.; %  F th M • Sat%  a.m. i'iakor al : : on Ei F Ulncha al 6 10 p.m. Sui it 10 a in. Hebrew i to 6:30 p.m. CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David, 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches. I I'.iHW.ViT aervlcei %  day. Vlzk"i PI Satui day at 10 i.m. R dls'.'. I. iv. With Mi lay morning al %  i Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid ave.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. r K. li lay mornh i at 9 am i.'h: ii '.i apeak on tin I i own Self Be F evi naj n 6:46 p.m. I'lcea at 9 a m on rhe Parting of Wn s A Memorial Bei mon.' 1 i Kundaj school i" i brealtfaat 9 a % %  Hi bi• w i ellgioua school Th n I iy 3:.1ti to 1 p.m. Pre-kindergarten Monday n rnl ga, 9 till noon. Eeth Jacob Organizes Cub Scout Group Jacob scout committee has scheduled :.n organization meeting to which it is inviting the p., rents f all cub scouts for the ntation of the Cub Scout in and the establishment :i Wednesday Ma\ at 7 p.m. Den mothers wiil app inted and the Parents Scouting Seminar will be explained. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chairman of the scouting committee | will preside. HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL Re-Elect RP. TERRY School Board Member (Board of Public Instruction, Dado County, District No. 4) "A NON-POLITICAL, honest, efficient business administration" Pull Lever 30-B Paid Political Adv. Everglades Club Holds Dance, Boat Ride vent of the Workmen^ %  les Cub will be a • dance tonight to be the Lyceum. 1545 SW 3rd St. %  ride on the Seminole Queen is pbnned for Memorial Day evening, May 30 Reservamay be made by calling %  • huldiner. 2-1636. Obituaries MAX MILLER %  a fnUnw' rhiajto, Rher! -' n ; ere rial tit Neboc, Of -ro M ; L ; N G l A SSER Mm ronowed attfEug as ... ,. JULIUS A RON SON r-v? w ^ff h & SVatt*r W %y'il Home Holds Concert A concert for the residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged .s being arranged for Sunday, May 2nd, at 2 p.m. at the Home, 335 S.W. 12th Ave. Included on the program are: Cantor Elimelech Niesen, vocalist of Jewish and Hebrew songs; Mrs. Mollie Weissman, wh will sing Jewish songs and accompany herself on the accor'dian; Miss Pauline Pfefferman, Yiddish vocalist who accompanies herself on the accordian; and Samuel Hadiuck, also singing Yiddish Junior Hadossah *, Newly formed Mb*,Junior Hadassah i s J l m first social affair, scS?** Sunday night, at B^"* 1 be held at the home of Mi L* 11 Bogen at 139 S.E J K > The party is op er ,' a ^ girls and boy, ^ "^ without escorts. R efr *K wi.I be served, and thi I S dancing and entertain !" Plied by the group*'""*" songs. ~^ Refreshments will be ^j The public is invited to atl ^* ELECT R. B. "BUNN" GAUTIER STATE SENATOR WORLD WAR II VETERAN LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF DADE COUNT! GAUTIER has a proven record of Legislative accomplishments. GAUTIER voted against all new proposed to measures in 1943 and 1947 session of the Legislature. GAUTIER worked for state aid for schools and additional benef ts to teachers. GAUTIER voted for increased benefits tc the aged, the blind and needy children. Elect R. B. "BUNN" GAUTIER Your State Senator P aid I'ullllcal A4T .!niii,u:.:iil. t !!il,Ui.;i.!:tul;li|HHiln,li.i:l.': 1:1 ;i: Hear MARSH discuss your problem in selecting a Circuit Judge over WIOD on following dates: May 1, 9:55 A.M. May 3, 11:25 P.M. JOHN D. MARSH A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1) who believes that justice should be administered fairly and impartially regardless oi person, condition, race, or creed without exhorbitant cost to the litigants. One who is openly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil. Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Mann CONTINUE PROGRESS IN DADE SCHOOLS Re-eleet James T. 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RID AY, APRIL 30, 1948 Political Roundup %  prominent businessman, J. L. lumnuT, is a candidate for meml r of the county school board, fi district. lA native of Florida and a resiL, „f Miami for 17 years, Plumtr has proposed if elected to e k adequate classroom housg adequate financing; improvelent in teaching personnel both education and pedigogical Ldards and in personal qualfcations; and school facilities, tee from political alignments L pressures and other outside Joints that react detrimentally I classroom work and on the -hool population." fpiummer, a graduate of public L „,N here, is married and has %  children. He is active in the m ittah Lions club, Miami s mists dub and Sportsman's I U I, as well as P.-T. A. and other IK, .1 committees. I |or Langner, active Zionist. Cote a letter last week endorslg Hayes Wood for county tomfsloner from district 4. "Fro mmy knowledge of Hayes frond as a citizen, a courteous, %  endly and congenial neighbor," angrier states, "I am pleased to commend him to you for elecon to the office of county compi.,.. ner, district four, Dade punty." j Wood served as Dade county px Hector from 1936 until he bined the navy during the war. he veteran naval officer claims Bat he changed that office from "political football" to an office nown for its service to the peolle. During this period he handled %  ver sixty millions of dollars in lublic monies, "without loss of l dime or misspending of a single ent." A graduate of the University \,i Miami, active in many civic md welfare activities, Wood has left his "doorstep" campaign in he charge of his four s ons, byes, Jr., David. Hugh and Thomas. Margaret Mason, president of he Southern Timetable Distributing Co., Inc., and of Travel, Inc., I a candidate for delegate of the hational Democratic convention pom the state of Florida at large. Mrs. Mason, "a business executive for America's greatest business— government," expressed in her announcement a belief in the peed for a strong united America. She also proposed to seek a firm foreign policy, the world's strongJest air force, a stronger united %  Florida—"as a factor in foreign policy," increase in inter-Ameripan trade, and an intensified pronotion .f Florida as a year-round %  place to live. The Winter Haven Herald, a %  weekly publication, last week %  Paid tribute to Nathan Mayo, i i i i Your Attorney General should be qualified by proven ability in the I! legal field. Measure i J your candidate and select Grady Burton on i his successful record of J public service Which in! eludes 18 years as a •state attorney in Florida. i i i ELECT L. GRADY BURTON ATTORNEY GENERAL Pd. Political Adv. commissioner of agriculture. Stating that friends of the 25year commissioner were organizing to give him the highest vote he has ever received, the editorial referred to a "well deserved tribute to a state official who has done more than any other man in the state, and whose years of service are by no means ended. He means so much to the state that even if he desired to retire," it predicted, "there would be a wave of protest from Pensacola to Key West." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In Dullness under the fictitious name of LARRY'S SUNDRY at 1733 Coral Way, Miami, Florida, Intend to register wild name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SAIL, L. COHEN MAKY G. COHEN FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants. 4/30 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N AY. Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Dade County. Florida. TIMOTHY WATKINS WILLIAM BUTHWELL JACK ORR ROBERT POLLOCK FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants 4/3D 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SITKEME SUPER STORES, INC., 4633 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade County, Florida. MIRIAM LEVY LESLIE FAIRMONT IRVIN FAGGEN FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants 4/30 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SM1TTYS GARAGE at 225 N.W. first Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorAL VOLANTE FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Al Volante 4/30 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or BREECH'S FISH AND LOBSTER MARKET at 400 N.W. North River Drive, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. FlorJACOB GOLDSTEIN HAROLD GOLDSTEIN ROBERT GOLDSTEIN BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Breece's Fish and Lobster Market 4/30 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Brownies Bar and Package Goods at 800 All Baba Avenue. Opa Locka, Florida, intend to register said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD J. BROW N ETHEL K. BROWN ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicants 1010 Blscayne Building 4,23-30 5/7-14-21 ORDER OF PU B H?* T ,' C ?, N .r II ,, IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SlMFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAI.h COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, NO. OHOROH VT. SUIT, Plaintiff. VS. "SSl C. SUIT. Defendant. YOU MARY C. SUIT, 4J.i—8tn STREET. N.W., WASHINGTON. 1>. C, are notified to file your appearance 1" !<• above cause for <"vorce. OI1 or before the 24th day Of May, A D 1948. or a Decree Fro Confesso will l>e entered against you. HATED: This 22nd day of Aptil, A D K%. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Courts Seal. moaa ^ 0 Ui Deputy Clerk WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWIT/ Attorneys for liaintiff :.1S Seybold Building Miami. Florida 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS £R 3*3*5 As •""^•p^goTHL CORP. a Florida Corporation WALTER C. KOVNKR. XY'orneV for Applicant. 4/23-30 6/7-14-21 -Jewlstirhridlgan LEGAL NOTICE PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE fDA MAE AREHART. IMalntlff. vs. HAROLD B. ARBHART, Defendant Y"i HAROLD K. ARBHART, C J." £,'• PBRINTBNDENT, VIRGINIA STATE PENITENTIARY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, ar.. notified to' nie your appearance In the above cause for divorce, on or before I is Mth day of May. AD. 1;. is. ,„• B |.,.. '" %  : Pro Confesso will be entered against >,,u. A.U, llMS, E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) B] WM. W. sl'ie -KING, WASMAN, SILVER ft SSSSWHT" Vttorneyi for Plaintiff 918 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/2S-J0 :./7-14-21 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FI.OKIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 116679, ANGELA SCILUPO. Plaintiff, vs. I'Mii.ur 9C1LUFO, Defendant. TO: PHILLIP BC1LUFO, 309s 51st Street, Woodside, Long Island. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you by ANGELA SCILUFO, your wife. In the above Btyled cause and In the above named Court; and you are further notified that you are hereby required to file an appearance in said proceedings on % r before the 21th day of May, A.D. 1948, otherwise the allegations "i said Bill of Complaint will be taken ;.s confessed by you. This order is to be published once a week, for four d) consecutive weeks, In the Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published in Dade County, F,orida. Dated thin 22nd day of April, A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, (Circuit Court Seal) By F. J. GOULD, Deputy Clerk. SAN FORD M. SWERDL1.S Solicitor for Plaintiff ,t& Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/23-80 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Supreme Super Stores at 4844 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. LESLIE FAIRMONT and MIRIAM LEVY 1/28-80 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953. Laws of Florida. 1911. will register with the clerk of the Circuit Court, In nnd for Dado County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, towit: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL CO. under which I am engaged In business. I expect to engage In business at number 126 N. E. First Ave Rm. 215 In the City of Miami, Florida. That the party interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: CHARLES E. PAYNE. BURNETT ROTH Attorney. 412 Congress Bldg. Miami. Florida I :'-lG-23-30 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Professional School of Baking at 4800 \'. \V. 37th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. NORMAN RICIIMAN Sole Owner. 4/9-16-23-30 5/7 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS liLKLBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the tictuious name of SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at 7200 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1. C. GREEN BERG KATE W. GUli-l^-NBERG 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 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 at 1581 N. W. 36th Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of I he Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. A. EDGAR MILLER, Solo Owner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant I 2-9-16-38-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALLEN CARPET COMPANY at 21 N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTLl.N Sole Owner 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hetty's Cleaners and Laundry at 93" V. W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSE KARP s,,le Owner. Myers, Hehnan and Kaplan Attorneys for Applicant 1/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FiriRIDA. — IN PROBATE, No. 20727. In Re: ESTATE OF CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having 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 vou. mav have against the estate of CHARLES RUBIN, 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 aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date April 2. A. D. 1948. GEORGE RUBIN LOUIS RUBIN As Administrators of the Estate of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased. GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Attorney for Administrators 4/9-16-23-30 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — IN CHANCERY, No. 116455. MARY ANN ARNETT. Plaintiff, vs. LOUIS ARNETT, Defendant. To: Louis Arnett, 224 East 75th Street. New York, New York. You are herey ordered to file your appearance or answer to the bill of complaint for annulment filed against you by MARY ANN ARNETT. on or before the 16 day of May, 1948, otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed against you. DONE AND ORDERED this 16 day of April, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. OBI RGB 3. TALIANOFF Solicitor for Plaintiff 4/23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Pearl Motor & Salvage at 1015 N. W. 20th St.. Miami. Fla.. intends to register sail name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS PEARL Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Seybold Bldg-. Attorneys for I.ouls Pearl i ii 80 :, 7-14-2] NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Jack's Tackle Shop at 258 N.E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. '•'" ,r "" 1 JACK ROSENBAUM LEE M. ROSENBAUM. Partners 1/10-23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Tamlaml Hotel at 203 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clcik of the circuit Court of Dade County, FlorHERHAN SCHUI.MAN MAN GOODMAN HARRY DIKTZ Attorney for Applicants Congress Bldg. I 2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business uuder the fictitious nai JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHY or ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHY al 119 N B. 1st Street. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACK SHAFFER ADEI.LE SHAFFER Partners HARRY D1ETZ Attorney Congress Bldg. 4 23-80 5,7-14-21 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. SALVATORE ZARBO. Plaintiff, vs. EE.MNE ZARBO, Defendant To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 10th day of May, 1943. Dated this 9th day of April, 1948. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) (t By WM. W. STOCKING. D4>uty Clerk. 3AMUBL JRAND. Attorney 321 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 1/16-23-30 5/7 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. LlN CHANCERY. No"J 1 ". ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ. Plaintiff, vs. ZBNOBIA RODRIGUEZ.. Defendant. TO ZENOBIA RODRIGUEZ r,:il West 135th Street New York. New York You are hereby notified and refor four successive weeks in The % a Uh,s i .h | d ay i of^ 1 ; i. N l^. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court fcrt & QJasm Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FR1EDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami. Florida I 4/9-18-23-30 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. —IN CHANCERY, No. 116210. EILEEN STAIANO. Plaintiff, vs. DOMIN1CK STAIANO, Defendant. TO: DOMINICK STAIANO 27 Sullivan Street Brooklyn, New York You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed In the above styled cause, on or before May 10th, 194S, otherwise tho Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order be published once a week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper published In Dade County. Florida. Dated this 8 day of April. 191. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By M. C. GREEN. Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Bmltty'l Garage at 225 N. W. 1st Court, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court o! Dade County, Florida. AL VOLANTE Sole Owner 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Regina'a Bakery at io4 8. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. PHILIP BALIN Sole Owner NATHAN AND SATIN Attorneys 1/23-30 5/7-14-21 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 116404. GERALDINE GILBERT, Plaintiff, vs. STANLEY GILBERT. Defendant To: STANLEY GILBERT. 440 Lenox Itoad, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 15th day of May, 1948. Dated this 15th day of April. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING. Deputy Cleric. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 327 Calumet Building Miami. Florida 4/16-23-30 5/7 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 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 appearance in the above styled cause for divorce, on or before the 23rd day of April, 1948. Dated this 24th day of March. 1J4S. 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. 116424. PAULA ERNA EHRLICH, Plaintiff, vs. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant. TO: KARL EHRLICH East Avenue. Near Wheat Road Vineland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint filed in the above styled cause, on or before May 17th, 194.x. otherwise the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Let this order b,> published once a week for four successive weeks In The Jewish Florldlan, a newspaper published In Dade County, Florida. Dated this 15 day of April, 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney et Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/16-23-30 6/7 r : • i



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jewlstfk>rldton TODAJU^ Political Roundup Referring to the transfer of the Miami International Air Depot from the War department to Dade county. Giant Stockdale. county commissioner claimed that there is "no other man south of Washington who can take a bow for MIAD." "I worked on securing that gift for one year when I was assistant to Congressman George Smathers," he declared. "The most important issues confronting the voters and county commission," Stockdale stated. "all have one thing in common. Every one of these matters is critically affected by the action of the Federal government." Stockdale stated that his platform includes a free foreign trade zone, better facilities for the mentally ill, flood control, water conservation. "Got a_man with special experience and success in dealing with Washington problems," Stockdale concluded, "to represent you on your county commission."' "We've had too many 'promises' on the county commission —let's get the most out of Dade county's rich assets." John C Johnson, business man candidate for the commission seat from district 3. told a radio audience this week. "I am running on my record te citizen—you remember that :t was John C. Johnson who started and led the fight the nuisance taxes—that nst tobacco and that ag tacking the squeeze' on utility If as a private citizen I can battle the special interests to a standstill, what do you supI can do as your county commissioner?" inson reiterated his platform which opposes the county conlation plan and favors repeal of the garbage collection taxi s "I want the people to be proud of their splendid county and I want sufficient police :. in those parks to pcrm ithers to send their chil. there without fear. Experienced law enforcement officers in directive positions is the answer to the law enforcement problems in Dade county, sheriff candidate Ray Mills said this week. "All I ask is that the people of Dade county compare carefully the records of each candidate and compare it.to mine. "My platform is my twentytwo years in police work. I have been in law enforcement all my adult life. "I have served in every position in the sheriff's office except that of sheriff. "For years I served as investigator under two state attorneys, investigating capital crimes." Mills said. *'I have prepared evidence for and given evidence in every type of court, from the Supreme Court of Florida to a Justice of the Peace. My record is my platform." At rallies all this week John H. Yates, circuit judge candidate in group seven, stressed the fact that he is Dade county's sole representative in this race. Both of Yates' opponents in the campaign are practicing attorneys in Monroe county. Yates is the first University of Miami law school graduate to qualify and run for the office of circuit judge here. He is a veteran of 37 months services overseas during the recent war. The candidate resides with his wife and two children in the southwest section of Miami. VOTE FOR JOHN H. YATES A Miami Man for Circuit Judg* Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit, Dad* County, Fla. Pd. for by frtand of JOHN H YATE8 "Justice should be tempered with mercy and understanding." Troy C. Davis, attorney-candidate for justice of the peace in district 1, declared at a political gathering in the Northwest area this week, "but it should not be misapplied through ignorance born of inexperience." "During the 24 years I have practiced law in Dade county. I have seen the value of long experience verified in the office of justice of the peace." Davis said. "I cannot over-emphasize the ever-present danger of an honest error by an inexperienced justice working a grievous and irreparable injury to an innocent person—perhaps ruining h.s entire life." Davis, father of two daughters attending college, stressed the necessity of matured judgment, law experience and the quality of mercy on the ii.stice bench in ng with the many and varied domestic problems coming li.i ire it For eight years, Davis was a ber of the District 9 (Dade county' Welfare Board, part of the time as chairman, and was recently elected vice president of the Haven school, organized and chartered to care for mentallv retarded children. For A BUSINESS Administration Elect DANIEL E. KEELS COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION It's Time For a Change—Take Politics out ol our Schools Pt : I %  Ill


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^P^ jIDAY. APRIL 30, 1948 Jenistfkririirtn Political Roundup Approval off his program for >h e solution of the state's problems during the next four "critca l" vcars by Florida citizens in he first primary, was predicted bv Colin English this week. I -I believe the great majority [,f the people of Florida know v hat lias been accomplished for children during the more lhan eleven years I have served superintendent of the public school system." English pointed to the record [luring his three administrations state school superintendent, stating that the school bonded debt was reduced $18,000,000, the nterest rate on school bonds was Ireduoed from 6 and 8 percent to and 3 percent; a uniform accounting system saving counties %  thousands of dollars, was adopt|ed; and a school book purchasing |was installed. •The program I am offering the %  people of Florida for their apIproval is the result of my years l 0 f experience as a member of Ithe state executive department land the technical training I have [received in administration, fiInance, taxation and budgeting, [subjects in which a governor | should be well grounded." PAGE FIFTEEN that one of his major acts upon election would be to "work to include ample funds within the next county budget to set up and operate an effective one-stop central service center which would care for the problems of all veterans—without racial or religious discrimination." Deer pointed out that the 1945 state legislature enacted a law permitting counties to access up to one half a mill to establish organization's to assist veterans He charged that "the present commission made only token efforts during 1946 and 1947 to set up such a center." Samuel R. Bandy, candidate for county commissioner from district 1 and resident of Miami for 40 years, is making his race as an "independent candidate." The former businessman and real estate broker has been tax appraiser for the city of Miami for the past 12 years. "I am not now and never have been affiliated with any political group or clique," Bandy asserts. "I am not under obligations to any person or association." If elected to this office Bandy has pledged to spend his entire time at the duties of the office, and to work for and protect the interest of all Dade county taxpayers. Bandy advocates "an economical administration of the county's business consistent with obtaining the best results," as well as tax equalization, flood control, greater hospital facilities, improved roads and garbage service, expansion and further development of the aviation industry, and a workable zoning set-up. J. "Marty" Deer, prominent I Legionnaire and candidate for the county commission from district 3. reminded Jewish groups I in county-wide talks this week that it had been he, during his tenure as wartime industrial analyst for the Civilian Production Administration, who had "secured approval of the Miami YMHA's application to enlarge its quarters." The candidate, a Miami businessman for 27 years, declared SEASON'S GREETINGS 1 MILLER ELECTRIC COMPANY 400 S. W. 8th Avenue PHONE 9-2477 Miami Beach Will Send JAMES E. ABRAS TO THE State Legislature Group 2 — Lever 25-A Paid Political Adv. Sincere Greetings from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S IHIUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 SEASON'S GREETINGS Coffee—And None Better HEW ELITE RESTAURANT "Where Friends Meet" Home Cooking a Specialty SPAGHETTI JWB Meeting NEW YORK—A first hand picture of Jewish recreational and cultural activities in Palestine under conditions of war will be presented to American Jewry by Louis Kraft, general Elect JOHN H. YATES aa Your Miami Judge Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit, Dade County, Fla. Pd, for by friend of JOHN H. YATES GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends McAllister Florist "Say It with Flowers But Say It with Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St Phone 2-3773 Established 1923 secretary of the National Jewish of JWB at the Hotel Stevens in Welfare Board's National Council Chicago on Sunday evening, May in a report to the annual meeting 9. '"rMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillMnWIiaillllllBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIWIIIIIIIIIIIMilBJ HELP ELECT HAYES WOOD County Commissioner District 4 6VJ years proven ability as public official, handled over sixty million dollars public monies, without loss of single cent Help Hayes Wood Change County Administration to one of "Service to the People" Paid Political Adv. % %  UUBOMBBMnnmnUltnimntll -;:ll: rriim A HAPPY PASSOVER I.iila Jones Flowers For All Occasions DELIVERY Cut Flowers—Potted Plants Corsages—Funeral Designs Weddings—Parties 1910 S. W. 8th Street 2-5790 — Phones — 2-5384 GREETINGS HARMON. INC. Perfect Prints Promptly Blue Prints—Black and White and Photostat Prints 142 N. W. 2nd St PHONE 3-5777 A HAPPY PASSOVER SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY POSTAL BUILDING PHONE 2-3419 I.IIWIU mi iiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiinii wmmmmt wt mmmm ELECT J. "Marty" DEER County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 3 Give all groups a voice in the County Government VETERAN—BUSINESS MAN Paid Political Adv. iii.Tiiimmma— BMO—— n HOLIDAY GREETINGS ... TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS DULANEY'S of MIAMI BEACH, Inc. FOOD MARKET 411 W. Forty-First Street Phone 5-6441 A HAPPY PASSOVER DornMartin Drng DRUGGISTS 200 Sunset Drive Phone 4-9221 South Miami GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS INCOME TAX SPECIALIST First National Bank Bldg. A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON GULF ELECTRIC SERVICE 3529 N. E. Second Avenue Phone 3-4113 Passover Greetings To the Jewish citizens of Miami Beach, the City Government extends the greetings appropriate to the Passover Season. In these days of international uncertainty and trouble, the Jewish people may find consolation in the memory of God's watchfulness over His people in their ancient days of tribulation in Egypt. Here, where Jewish initiative and ambition are reflected in one of America's most beautiful and prosperous communities, we may give thanks for their presentday evidence of God's beneficence. THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH B5E3B



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PAGE SIXTEEN *JeistFk>rMlan Rabbi Eronish Plans 4-Week Lecture Course Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, will give a series of four lectures the four Wednesday evenings in May, in the Temple patio, according to an announcement by Leon J. Ell, chairman of the Temple's program committee. Rabbi Kronish's subject will be "The Jew in Popular Current Literature." and will cover antiSemitism, intermarriage. Europe. Palestine, as portrayed in such current books as "Eagle at My Eyes," "Small Victory," "Focus," "Gentlemen's Agreement," "Earth and High Heaven." "A Mask for Privilege." "Knock at Any Door." "My People Are Screaming," "My Father's House." "Blessed Is the Match" and others. Registration for the course can be arranged through the Temple office. Denver Home Installs Officers Jacob Sisterhood Elects Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob will hold its annual election meeting Tuesday. May 4th, at 8 p.m. in the Community Building. A motion picture film will be sh wn along with other entertainment. Mrs. Jack Hirsch will i • :it the president's annual rep The nominating committee v Mrs. Rose Weiss will p: i s nt the sate of new officers for el cl :".. The Jewish Floridicm offices w'll be closed on Friday, Anril SOth, conclusion of the Pa-Tover hol'days. Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will hold a joint installation on Tuesday. May 4th. at the Shelborne hotel at 12 noon. Those to be installed include Mrs. Ben Hertz., pres.: Mrs. M. B. Rose, 1st vice pres.; Mrs George Feller. 2nd vice pres.; Mrs. Belle Pizer, 3rd vice pres.; Mrs. Sam Luby. treasure:: Mis. Francis Alexander, finani al secretary; Mrs. Albert Dub:: ing secretary; Mrs. Mi %  Crane, cor. secretary; Mrs. Ben i> auditor. Newly formed Lorbcr G of the chapter will install Mrs Jack Dayan. president; Mrs. S:.,:iley Jamison, 1st vice pres.; Mrs Harold Berkow, treasurer; Mrs. Davis Loveman. recording secretary; and Mrs. Justis Miller, corresponding secretary. The group was organized recently by several young mai n and will function under the Greater Miami chapter i ter. Its name was chosen to honor the founder and national president of the Home in Denv< :. Mrs. Fannie E. Lorbcr. The board members to be installed are Mesdames Phi Sigma Sigma Closes Year's Activities A farewell luncheon to terminate the social activities of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority on the University of Miami campus for 1 year will be held at ,„ i, tel on Sunday. ,1 officers for 19484:> will bi installed and will receive the reining charms from ,!„, cers. Dorothy Knapp, is '.lie new president; Ann %  t; Betty rec rding secretary; responding s, levan, I tor Shapii pledge mother. ludii : affair will sses by the pre::s Lucille Mrs. Samuel V : Alexander K %  ng seniors of the ity will lie honored and ded. Those seniors who will are: Brcnda BlumcnOnalee Cohen. Toby C I Cutler, Nancy Feldmanand i,an. Selig Named Chairman Mi nti Si lig was this week t chosen as the chairman of the home committee of the \\v\* in on 1114.11 HI MS DIAL 2-2718 FOR INFORMATIC: Fiiil quality materials Ocu lists prescrip tions filled. Broken lensef and frames dupli cated. (Our own laboratory ) Complete satisfaction guaranteed £yji Optical Dlsnensary 111 •an %  mrleas lank ll<|. II) E. ii' Ate. (I latrt Is HII.II Burns. Frank Cohen. Freda Cohen, John Feller. Sol Goldstrom, Irving Miller. Harry Kaufman, Sam Kirstein. W. Koblentz Rita Levine. Lena Minkoff. Gussie Michaclson, Gizela Ni w lander. Mollie Lifshutz. Sam Leschel, Harry Pearl. Abe Pollack, Liza Rawlson, Sadie Seigel, Rose Steinhauser. Al Suberman. Ann Tannen. Martin Strelitz. Herman Wronker and Esther Zelinger. The Amaz:n Maurice, a: by Dick Parker, will en:. after the installation cere::, nies, Mrs. M. B. Rose will be the installing officer. :.! Keller, chairman of the day, asks those wishing to make tions to contact Mrs. Mel Crane at 9-6794 immediately. ease work and relief division of the Council of Social Agencies. Robert J. Mosher. executive diof the council, announced Selig's appointment and explained that the committee will work with the county commission to develop the detention home. Models Ready For David Sisterhood Luncheon Models for the Kiddies fashion i show to be presented at Beth David's donor luncheon have been chosen and fitted in their j costumes, according to an anJohn Jnouncement byy Mrs. Ben Hertz | and Mrs. Max Bergman, chairmen of the affair. The luncheon :11 take place in the McAllister room May 12 at 12:30 p.m. Ii. se planning to attend are asked to contact the chairmen. Galen Succeeds Cohen Miami Beach Bar assn. has elected Municipal Judnc Daniel P. Galen president to succeed Ben Cohen. David P. Catsman and Harold Zinn were chosen econd vice presidents. All three ofl will take office this week and be officially installed at the association's banquet in the fall. For a Sober, Dignified Administration and a Superintendent of whom you can be proud ELECT HORACE F. MITCHELL COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Pull Lever 29-C A Vote for MITCHELL Is a Vote for BETTER SCHOOLS i'aid Pollii :ii Adv. Henry Monsky Subject Of "Eternal Light" The "Eternal Light" program will ded A ate its half-h air pro:i NBC networks to Henry Monsky on Sunday. May 2, according to a report received by the B'nai B'rith council. The dramatic script will be bast I the book "Henry M msky: the Man ana H V. rk." National B'nai B'rith president Frank G Idman will conclude thi am with a brief memorial addn Dade County Deserves a Sound and Aggressive Aministration ANYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR SALEM I. "Bob" ROBINSON For COUNTY COMMISSIONER For District 2 PULL LEVER 7-C Paid by Robinson Campaign Committee MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS %  r ; WI WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 1000 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2661 Whitman Heads Itt'iSi Jacob David Whitman was elected president of Beth Jacob congregation at a meeting of the organization last Monday night. He succeeds Jack Satin. •. ing with him will be Dr. ky, David Rosner, a Genet and Mr. Maurice Klein, vice presidents. Mayor e Liberman is the new treasurer and Irving Genet, secn tary. 2^AY. APRa 30, Teen-agers Attend YMHA Third Seder Over 250 teen-age boys and girls attended the third Seder ;t Thursday evening. April 22. at the Miami Y. This was the t attendance since the creatl n (if the third Seder service yean ago, reports reveal. The program was planned and conducted by a committee of the vouth council under the direction of Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami YM & YWHA and Howard Liebman, siate director of the Florida BBYO. Those who participated in the am include: Lois Mondres. S inny April. Richard Pallot. Melvin Eisenstadt, Billy Kaler, Teddy Labow, Marty Liebling. Dave Berman. Marvin Zalis, Barbara Weiner. Harriet Fiedler, Burton Michaels, Lee Rosenberg. We Carry a Full Lin e ^ SWctly Fresh NORTHERN LAKE FISH YELLOW PIKF^wifflT FISH-BUFFALO AND CARP Lake Trout. Smelts wh* m season. 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*IDAY, APRIL 30, 1948 +Jewish ThridHan PAGE SEVENTEEN led office you've ever hold in this etfers To The Editor —S Smonh t{ avs 'Jewish Pegler" e Editor ,j s h Floridian |)ear Sir: I have just read Harry Simonboff's article in your paper under late of April 23, 1948, and would [uggcst to you that if in the future hey continue to be as inaccurate k 0U would be wise to discontinue At the outset, let me make this Leneral clarifying statement: I U in sympathy with his views End in agreement with his bpinions of the 0 American Council for Judaism!—but, I am thankful liat my views are not vicious jid intolerant. I oppose the Council because it is a negative knd destructive organization. I oppose Mr. Simonhoff because he, _, in another sense is a negative Ipontifically, critical, self-appoint|ed destructive force in the Jew|jsh community. Let us examine some of the {statements Mr. Simonhoff makes: Ifirst, he attacks the Round Table [radio discussions of the National %  Conference of Christians and [jews. He says, "they are anemic [and the keynote is appeasement." 11 strongly protest his accusations |_I have listened to these programs for many years and feel they are among the leading forces in the field of better understanding. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman has done a fine job, and other Jewish men that I have heard on this program are also to be praised—the gentile speakers, as well. Did Mr. Simonhoff hear the Round Table radio discussion two weeks ago, April 10th, when Rabbi Zwitman said to the priest. Father McAttee, that Christians ought to be teaching children in their Sunday Schools that the Jews were the people who gave Christ to the world, and should not be taught that the Jews killed Christ—Jews should be characterized as benefactors of mankind—as the Christ-givers and not the Christ-killers. By changing the present teaching of the Story of the crucifixion we can eliminate many of the sources of prejudice in our day. Is that appeasement or anemic, Mr. Simonhoff? What more courageous statements have you made? And what contribution to good-will among non-Jews has Mr. Simonhoff promoted? Perhaps he could learn something from the National Conference of Christians and Jews and take a part in their pr grams and express his ideas there if he has the ability (which I doubt, judging from the type of material he has been writing in his columns). Next, he blames this group for religious and racial tensions in Miami, stating that the Ku Klux Klan has never ceased to operate here—"gentile only" signs are flaunted here—a negro face is scarcely visible in the white business districts of Miami in marked contrast to Charleston, Savannah, (.Augusta and Atlanta (Georgia, that is)! In regards to the K.K.K., I believe that they are not operating openly in Miami as they do in Georgia, and Mr. Simonhoff, I defy you to show me a negro in Miami who would say he would rather be in Georgia, as far as the K.K.K. is concerned. And one more thing, Mr. Simonhoff, did you know that the National Conference of Christians and Jews of Miami was instrumental fn getting a negro minister into the white Protestant Ministerial Association? Where in Georgia or in your hometown of Charleston is this possible? Surprised, Mr. Simonhoff? I am a resident of Miami Beach where "gentile only" signs have been banned by city ordinance; these signs you speak of are gone. Mr. Simonhoff also attacks the B'nai B'rith which I thought was supposed to be one of the leading Jewish organizations in our country. And besides, Mr. Simonhoff, aren't you biting the hand that fed you? Didn't B'nai B'rith promote you to the highest elects am quite sure that Judge David Heffcrnan and Dr. Glenn C. James, of the National Conference of Christians and Jews have each a long record of honorable service and are truly representative of their respective denominations. (Protestant and Catholic). But in the next sentence he atattacks them for the choife of Mr. Ben Bronston in awarding Mr. Bronston a citation for his fine gift to the University of Miami—considered by many, Mr. Simonhoff, the outstanding and most unique contribution of better Interfaith projects of these times, because the course by Dr. Lovejoy at the "U" is attended by many Christian ministers and lay-people, and is a great asset to Miami U. I see much good inter-faith work being done and much more effort being made. Maybe Mr. Simonhoff should join those who are doing and trying and not merely attacking and destroying —unless he prefers to be the "Jewish Pegler" of Greater Miami. MORTON RUSSACK 833 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. More Letters on Page 19. 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PAGE EIGHTEEN + k**lstfk>rktlari I'll Say By HARRY SIMONHOFF Dona Gracia Mendes The Jewish Publication Society of America has just released "The House of Nesi—Dona Gracia," by Cecil Roth. Incidently, the society located in Philadelphia, gives you a real bargain—three books of Jewish interest for $5.00 a year. I don't know how they do it. I would recommend everyone to become a member. All commissions for this plug I will gladly donate to the Greater Miami Federation. Delving into Jewish history brings all manner of surprises. Strange to say. the outstanding Jewish woman in 2000 years lived during the 16th century—at a time when Christian theologians gravely disputed whether women had souls. Dona Gracia Mendes was what we call today a "business woman." Left a widow at 26. she took charge of her husband's vast business, a commercial and banking network that operated in Lisbon. Antwerp. Lyon. Ferrara, Venice Ancona. Salonica. Constantinople, to mention but a few branches, Today such a firm would be a combination of Rothschild and DuPont. The Florins. Ducats, Seudi. Gechms Jays translated to our money would today give the House of Mendes a purchasing power of SI00.000.000—no hay I ... : :.:._ :,i Ami staiv.i The wealthiest woman of her' day, Den. G cia, nevertheless, urity anywhere in no—that is,' : istian and secret! ly a Jew, .'..,> always in v the Inquisi| lion [1 ted t n lapsing C :..;>• to Judaism, she would be Ity I heresy, the n the calendar, and burned alive at the Auto-de-Fe. With all her riches, she had to be ntly on the move — from n, her birthplace, to Antwerp, from Ratisbon to Ferrara In Venice she was actually arrested on a warrant from her flighty sister. She was charged with secretly practicing Judaism The Inquisition had her finally in its grasp. The burning stake loomed mighty close. But relief came from an unexpected source. Dona Gracia had a nephew, an alert and resourceful lad. who was later to become the famous Don Joseph Nasi. Duke of Naxos. and a grand vizior of the Turkish Empire. He succeeded in getting the sultan of Turkey, Sulienan the Magnificent, to order he lease from the Venetian liepublic. By this time Dona Gracia had her fill of Christian Europe. She was weary of matching wits with the cleverest of Europe's unscrupulous politicos. Furthermore, she wanted to live her Judaism openly. So one fine day. she left Venice with four large coaches and 40 armed guards, like an Empress rather than a refugee. She made a trumphant entry into Constantinople, the capital of the strongest military power, yet most tolerant land in that century Had her story ended here. Dona Gracia would have already earned a place in high romance, but here she enters Jewish history. Managing a commercial empire from a large palace outside of Constantinople was surely a job more than enough for one person. 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)AY, APRIL 301948 ^Jewisitilcridiar PAGE NINETEEN Letters to the Editor Zionists Unfair Jewish Floridian %  ami. Florida [ar Sir: When the United States and the led Nations last November nounced that they were recomfcndin£ to the Security Council partition of Palestine, the onists very quickly told the nerican Council for Judaism B t since the United States had commended such action, we of Council would be "unpatriot' to oppose it. We were further Lj by the Zionists that to critica derision of the United Nafns and the United States would improper, and since the Counhad opposed a Jewish state one was being suggested, ,t we should "go out of busiss The American Council /or jaism, immediately after the Irtition decision, made this atemen': "We accept this decinji. We wish the new States the Latest possible success. We kpe that they will prove to be that those who worked for teation envisioned." INothint; at that time was said Zionists of "a democratic right criticize the government." It fas intimated that doing so lould be the mark of an unVateful citizenry and that once [decision by our government is Lade it must be followed. I On March 19th, the United delegation announced that artition was causing bloodshed, susuested a truce and a Trusteeship, the purpose of which as Warren Austin, the United States delegate said, "was only for one purpose—to save lives." Did these same Zionists who told the Council that it would be unpatriotic to oppose a decision follow their own advice? They did not. Throughout the country, the Zionist press and its friends have berated and vilified the President of the United States, Secretary of State, and other public officials who are doing their best to serve the national interests of our country. Paid advertisements, parades, demonstrations, a special prayer to protest against the United States decision, and many other means are being used to further the ends of a chauvinistic dream of a Jewish state. In making these protests, the Zionists forget that they are protesting against a policy that our government has decided is to the best advantage of the security and safety of our homeland. We have a Jewish life here that should be safeguarded. It owes so much to America that we should not endanger it. The American Council for Judaism has always said that our nationality is American and that we are Jews by religion. Our first loyalty is to our country, and that which will serve our interests best as Americans will also serve the best interests of Jews all over the world. Sincerely yours, HARRY BOYELL. Anti-Semitism Looms In Cuba Havana, (JTA)— Anti-Semitic leaflets have begun to appear in public places and have been plastered on the windows of Jewishowned stores. Released and distributed by the "Accion Cubana Anti-Judia" (Cuban anti-Jewish Action), the circulars urge all Cubans to tight against "Jewish imperialism" and stress that "Jews do not love our fatherland." The local Jewish newspaper, Havana Life, commenting on the leaflets, states that Arab elements are undoubtedly behind the campaign and predicts that the antiSemitic drive will increase as the national elections draw closer. Checker Cab Uses 2-way Radio Cabs For Election The affairs of government reached the "electronic age" on Miami Beach last week when Checker Cab, Inc. utilized its twoway radio cabs to transport freeholders to and from the polls in the bond election Tuesday. Bill Segal, Checker president who offered the use of his taxis as a public service, explained that by utilizing the radio system, drivers were able to pick up several voters each trip without taking time to check in by telephone. :Ti;>i:uii::xonuiiiiiir.iraA iiiii.BiiiKiiiirunintim'iTKM-r.iviraiii 1 "..::!'!;:.:!!;::!' ROBERT R. TAYLOR COUNTY SOLICITOR FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR BATTLE AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME! "The way to stop crime is to convict criminals!" 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PAG TWENTY *Jeistncridliari Political Roundup Jesse H. Yarborough, candidate for county commission, district one, has pledged his support to federal, state and county officials on the matter of water control which will prevent floods in the area following hurricanes and heavy rains, wholeheartedly supporting the U. S. Engineers Water Control Plan. Early in the month he expressed his beliefs on the care of the mentally ill in the area. He pointed out. more than 50 per cent of the mental sufferers in South Florida are non-residents and the state does not provide hospitalization for folks whose legal residence is in another state. "This means these ailing people must be transported to their homes at an expense to the taxpayers. If I am elected, I will make every effort to make provisions for' transporting the mentally ill from other states to their homes with as little cost as possible to our axpayers," Yarborough said. money we now derive from racing, cigarette and bevei and other sources," Okell Si What's needed in Tallahi he asserted, is applied economj to spending, not to raising more revenue. A firm stand against a state sales tax was taken by George S. Okell. candidate fur the legislature in group one. in a campaign speech. "I pledge the people of Dade county that I shall oppose with all the means at my command Luther T. Hardison, claiming to run on his "own quali tions" for constable of ci three, promises a "courteous, honest and efficient law v.\: ment" if elected. "I do not believe brutal: called for in the office of constable." Hardis.'n declared "Unjust law enforcement is not necessary to maintain pea A deputy sheriff under D C Coleman for nine years, Hardison has had fifteen ye ience relative to the post he se Now engaged in the construction business, the vel World War I is mai ried and has four children He has livi I the same district f ir 23 yi Among Hai are the Florida P association. American Legion and the Mo L -.-^ A THRILL FOR THE KIDS—Getting their pictures with a real "Mr. District Attorney" Tk. youngsters are inmates of the National Cardiac Home and their Radio Hero in real life is Robwf Taylor. Dade County Solicitor, on a recent visit. push salt s tux any effort to through the 1049 legislature' Okell declared. Citii : forts in behalf of imy and less state spending tun. Oki he would rmew th I m the 1949 if re-ele is thi highest in David M Papy, I county commissioner; district 1, leclared I reatly interested in the flood conl Dade county A civil and construction engineer, considt : %  %  i v %  this line. "If elected. I v. mediate drainage surveys populated areas of D; to determine I cedure for installing a I trol system for low-lying I also pie lg< %  : ;. self i nine drain added that the work is i be done in a "workand when i will be followed through mplction. Its • .. thai Florida from the Everglades to Bis it will cos: Bay will but it is my con-! m ore judicious spei I we could cleaned out starts provide most of those thing %  %  %  % %  Ens t-i •When the Minorities Work T -gethi %  They Become a Ma "Not Just Tolerance Bur Equ/ilitu." —Ernest R Graham PULL LEVER 7A TO ELECT ERNEST R, GRAHAM COUNTY COMMISSIONER HARD WORKING — HARD FIGHTING FEARLESS FORMER STATE SENATOR "The Tnnc Has Come For A Change." I JOJ llnqr l| | Cq JOJ i Keep This Good Worker On Your County Commission I. D. Mac Vicar ".Mac" • Veteran of both world wars • Successful businessman • Dade County resident for 29 years KEEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade County's drinking water countywide slum clearance ... supervised playgrounds ... county aviation progress ... more hospital facilities. PULL LEVER 8D — BACK MAC! I' %  i 1 l'<>l:tl..-:il A.!v. llarrv (.onion of the i portion Funeral Homo Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support of ELECT JOS. L (Joe) PLUMMER Member Board ol Public Instruction Dade County DISTRICT No. FOUR A Successful Businessman lor Administration ol School Business "I think that he is eminently qualified for this position and will give Dade County a fax superior administration than heretofore." Paid Political Adv. Mount Pleasant Convalescent OF MIAMI, INC. 1414 N.E. BAYSHORE PLACE Bright — Cheerful — Homelike INSPECTION INVITED Strictly kosher meals—24 hour nursing care Under the Direction of the Greater Miami Yaad HakashnA Special diets — Reasonable rates Special care for Cardiac cases House physician always on call I. Gertman, Director For information write or phone 82-5395 RETURN JUDGE JOSEPH OTTO ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (GROUP 7) For Monroe County ENDORSED BY EMINENT JURIST AS "Qualified by Background Experience. Education and Training" Native of KeyWwtResident of Tavernier Former Assistant SUM Attorney IMld Politic*! A &$#* Paid PouUcal AOt, If you want an able, honest, fearless and impartial judge, who will be entirely free from any prejudice against any race, color or creed. Elect ROBERT H. GIVENS, JR. CIRCUIT JUDGE IN GROUP ONE HO* MORE CHOICES than ever! PERRINE PALMER %  YOUR CAREERS WITH A FUTURE U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force SHERIFF Paid Political Advertm„ g by Fri.ndi. Never before has the Wfl Army offered so many eg*the young man wh > enU three years or more. For e *" Assignment to **XmM eral famous divisions in tw East. a*rto Choice of any Arm or still having quotas to be w Veterans with overseas *£, since Sept. 2, IMS, m ** three-year assignment to iw, of eight fine outfits now staf In the United StaWS. veterans with the !" f?J^. tary experience certato*^ ties, as covered in w -~ .,*• 12-16. can enlist in a non-M"""sioned grade. ctf High school *"$£** choose a technical training before enllstin:;. ^. Get more detailsi at > crultlng Station-right • %  %  ICtUITIMO *" VI ROOMS 302-300 U. S. POST OFFICE



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••%  •" (fflSSKHBBBafitES )AY, APRIL 30, 1948 *Jenisti fkr/dfiarj PAGE TWENTY-ONE llitical Roundup Edwin Larson who became treasurer in 1940, is runfur re-election to that post, then he has been entrusted more than a billion dollars ublic money, which does not ude huge sums in securities bsitcd by insurance companies the protection of Florida lev-holders. Eg .ffice of state treasurer ludo.-: administration of the ,,,[.>!• vehicle financial rensibility law; supervision of J writing of all insurance; collion from insurance companies .premium taxes, licenses and L. lnc post of State Fire Marfll and membership on more twenty state administrative Irds. During his two terms he has ktributed to formulating a nprehensive program for state (titutions; joined with other uitces of the Internal Improvent Board in completing the e s share in the establishing ihe Everglades National Park; rodueed comprehensive auditcontrols in his department, bnsored statutes for qualificai and supervision of insurance M its that assure their compet|cy for the public protection. had been made to try and disqualify Ernest R. Graham. "It has been said that in the matter of flood control, Mr. Graham is looking out for his own interests. It so happens that he is located farther west than anyone in Dade county so that anything he might advocate for his own help will certainly help all others. At any rate, these criticisms are merely political. Mr. Graham's interests are for the people as a whole," the dairyman said. ICounty voters were urged to Ipporl Ernest R. Graham for lunty ommissioner last week Dick Dressel, dairyman and nlness competitor of Graham. "Mr. Graham is a business comfetitor of mine and as such I sped his ability and appreciate i fairness," Dressel told a radio dienee over WIOD. "I honestbcliive that these qualificalons as a businessman will carry \er into his job as county comhissioner." [Dressel said that statements John D. Marsh, in his candidacy for circuit judge, group 1, is attempting to combat the "tooprevalent belief in a 'friend at court.' This idea," he insists, "is detrimental in the extreme." "The words 'pull' and 'influence' are so abhorrent to my conception of justice" states Marsh, "that it is impossible to reconcile the two." "Justice is not to be bought and sold upon the marts, that freedom for which American patriots sacrificed their lives, and their fortunes, and pledged their sacred honor is not a commodity to be offered for profit, to be procured wholesale by the socalled friend at court. "To the wisdom, fairness and integrity of a circuit judge are confided the liberties and sometimes the very lives of those who are brought before him. "In an office of such influence and trust, there is no room for self-seeking, conceit, nor pandering to the wishes of any group however powerful which may seek to prostitute the dignity of the law to its own uses." Running for re-election as l county superintendent of public instruction on his record of accomplishment during 11 years in that office, is Dr. James T. Wilson. Dr. Wilson was previously supervising principal of the Beach schools for seven years. After receiving an AB degree from Mississippi State College, county. During his seven-year tenure of the Beach office he earned from Columbia University the degree of Master of Education, specializing in school administration, financing and supervision. In 1936 Wilson was a successful candidate for superintendent of public instruction, a post from which Charles M. Fisher was retiring. He was re-elected, without opposition, in 1940 and 1944 He received a degree as Doctor of Education from the University of Miami in 1944. struction, subject to the May declares that "school admlnistraDemocratic primaries, in subtion is a business—not a sentimitting details of his platform, mental, intangible jobELECT Paid Political AOv. DARREY A. DAVIS STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP 1 Robert D. Dolley, candidate for state superintendent of public inWilson taught and was principal in Mississippi schools for several years before moving to Dade Vote For MARK RICHARDSON for CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1 PRIMARIES MAY 4th and 25th 'Qualified by Experience— 35 Years in Dade County' EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS Pd. for by Friends of Mark Richardson SAMUa R. BANDY COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 • Never Allied with Special In• l^Years as City Miami Tax Ap• An'Independent Devoted to Your Interests. "A MAN OF AND FOR ALL THE PEOPLE" All Dade County qualified voters are eligible to vote for SAM BANDY, regardless of their place of residence—Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Homestead. Miami, or anywhere in Dade County. Paid Political Adv. %mpbt ml JbfmdM 30k &M* M IAMI TITLf i mm*Ca M THUS or mi m*Ki %  ** wmt ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE WSWATKE Title Insurance Policies of Kansas City Title Insurance CoAssets Over $2,000,000-00 41 N. E. FIRST AVE. TELEPHONE 3-6661 WINZ (940 on Your Dial) EVERY SUNDAY 12:00 Noon to 1:30 P. M. EVERY TUESDAY 6:00 to 6:45 P. M. (until further notice) Yiddish Classical Hour EVERY SUNDAY A Variety of Stars in the Latest Recordings Available CLASSICAL—LITURGICAL AND FOLK MUSIC CAPABLE EXPERIENCED RE-ELECT J. Edwin LARSON STATE TREASURER and STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL Political Adv. Pd. for by ^ DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure U Water Elect E.W. "ED" PEERING YOUR DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE 85c 75c i Plus Bottle Depoiit) PHONE 2-4128 %  SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4 A successful business man for a sound business administration Paid PoUUcal Ao>. J T~~ ~" m 1 iii "~" fi "'" Trie DOORWAY to a successful future is through regular, systematic SAVING JOIN THE THOUSANDS WHO SAVE AT... DADE FEDERAL WITH SAFETY 2% rate t cWi


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PAGE TWENTY-TWO vjenist ncrkfiar GLASS PDRPOil STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW Gt, Furniture Topi. Beveled Mirrors and RteUverlne, Q^T L. A G. Glass and Mirror WiJT 7 136 S.W. 8th St Prowf* 1 MORRIS ORLIN S^ The Hebrew Academy on Miami Beach, the only all-day Hebrew school in the Southern Region of the United States, presents Marcie Liberman. Mayor Miami Beach, with a Haggadah at a prePassover affair at the institution, carrying out the spirit of Passover. Commanleatlon To Pales! Ine Cal JERUSALEM. JTA1 — P stj I ispended in Pal' •' % % % %  eek and the P st-.1 announced. Ht said the move was taken "in tl (absence of any communications fr m the UN. Palt stim Comn providing for the at ance of responsibility for the conance of post. ; : es At the same time, he disi I lir mail service will be Wright Hotel Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E ELEVENTH STREET PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges — Cr-.ddles — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables %  geared Sandwich Units PLANNING AND LAYOUT BERV ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN DAVID M. PAPY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE A ... Engineer wlta 31 years experience or. public works Adrr.lninnative Roads Drainage But.: Bridges L Born ; in Tallahassee. Florida —4 V ;-'.'.irs o' age. :. Carr.e to Miami In lift. 3. Civil Engineer—Contractor—Farmer %  N U equipment rental business. 5. 31 year* nation-wile experience on public works. 6. Married—Two children. A Man Who Will Serve the Peoplt Elected county wide Pd. PoL Adv. I as f May 11 international teleph inications, May %  ..:. : W .: eleSi • May 15 Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 AMERICANS NEED VITAMINS ?>. s ELECT .. MAX M. SINGER yonr Delegate to the Democratic National Convention Fourth Congressional Dish*, Subject to May 4th Primary Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER The keynote of my campaign for election ai delegate is the furtherance of the interests of the minority groups. If elected I promise to actively support and promote these groups—especially those who toil for a living. Please Pull Lever 47F I\,id Politics] A*. J. B. ELLENBURG CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 1 I Pledge My Whole Support To The Taxpayers And Voters Of Dade County. More And Better Garbage Collection; Reducing Toll To Crandon Park To 25c; Full Support In Flood Contol "A Friend And Neighbor" r.-.ld Pollticsl A4. Hear MARSH discuss your problem in selecting a Circuit Judge over WIOD on iollowing dates: May 1, 9:55 A.M. May 3. 11:25 P.M. JOHN D. MARSH A Candidate for CIRCUIT IUDGE (Group 1) who believes that justice should be administered fairly and impartially regardless of person, condition, race, or creed without exhorbitant cost to the litigants. One who is openly opposed to the costly Special-Master EviL Pol, adv. paid for by com mittee for slectlon or Jobs D. Ws-tti "" %  %  •^' %  %  '•• %  • % %  BlBWnm-; %  '61 '£ THIN TRY One-A-Day (HAND) Vftamiru •el %  package of genuine ONX-A-DAT (brand) Multiple vitamin capsules. They coat only 2.00. Take one each day for 80 day*. If you are not entirely satisfied, return the empty peckaje to your drutgist and he win refund your money. Remember, vttamlna help keep your energy, nerves •nd digestion up to par. Money beck If not delighted. Ask your druggist for genuine ONE-A-DAT (brsnd) Multiple Vitamin Capsules, made by Mile* Laboratories. Look for the figure "1" on the blue package. ELECT An Accountant JOHN R. RING State Representative Group No. 1 FINANCE and TAXATION are our Greatest Problems. Include a CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT in Your Delegation p..! PoUtksl **"• %  : BB1 %  .rf BJBJ ,,:: BJSJ : %  — &f ELECT Franklin Parm COUNTY SOLICITOR Criminal Court of Htcord Resident of Dade County lor* past 19 years. Served 14 years on City of um Legal Staff. Iit Served 9 years as Attorney P Miami Planning Board Attorney for Miami Civil Sen* Commission for 7 yea"; w 42 years old, married, nas children. ,. _J Graduate of University.ofJPP and University of Pittsburp. Pd. Political lav. It*. Time To Chanjje For BeMw Law Enforcemenf TRULY NOLEN, President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECUUZE TERMITE CONTROL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Are. Miami Beach Miami Phone sVetttt FREE INSPECTION •ftee



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)AY, APRIL 30. 1948 ilitical Roundup State Sen. W. A. (Bill) Shands, fidtdate for governor, climaxed I campaign in Dade county with [major rally in the bandshell Bayfront Park, last Saturday. Vnnouncing the meeting, Dade Impaign Manager Frank J. Ely said that, "though it will apolitical rally, with a major tech by the candidate and oniinent supporters, it will also an old-fashioned folksy Inhering of a vast host of friends Shands has made here, not |]v during the campaign, but lei during the 12 years he has en in business here." fchands challenged his cabinet Ember opponents to tell the opl.' "how they intend to get money for the public services ley % % %  •commend while at the ne time they promise to veto lw taxes, if elected." He stated jat ho is positively against a tieral sales tax; "but every linking citizen knows that imementation of all the great lings promised by my opponIts is impossible without strict fcnomy and without a wholly tlistic tax program." IOn his speaking tour this week, Le Gainesville businessman Irmer cattleman advertising (tecutivc proposed establishment a state budget commission. He ^id it should be composed of nginesrmen in lieu of the presBt system of cabinet members the board. +Je*lst) fhridHan PAGE TWENTY THREE law." Adding that the present law is confiscatory "without due process of law," Watson said if elected governor, he will seek correction of the statute, so that the people may be secure in their possessions and that he will attempt, with the aid of experts to overhaul the ad valorem tax system to stop unfair and discriminatory taxation. along with Dan McCarty, John H. Yates, Perrine Palmer, Franklin Parson, Hugh Peters and I D. MacVicar. Mincer is a candidate for reelection. He is currently finishing out a special three-year term. Campaigning for governor, AtLnuy General Tom Watson pasted the present law depriving prsons of real property under "delinquent tax" provision. tatson added that the system is Lntiary to fundamental law rhieh guarantees that property pall nut be subjected to coniscati.n without due process of State legislature candidate Darrey Davis, in rally speeches this week, cited his legal record here as evidence of his qualifications for office. He is running for the state house of representatives in group one. Davis is a director of the Dade County Bar association; secretary of the Circuit Court Commission in charge of safeguarding the conduct of the law profession; member of the Greater Miami Airport association; executive committee of the Dade County Bar association, and chairman, board of trustees, Miami Bcah Law Library. State Attorney Glenn C. Mincer was one of a group of candidates chosen by Hialeah citizens this week to speak unopposed at two rallies. He was invited to speak SCRAP METAL WANTED! Don't sell until you get our iprjceai We ore paying highest market prices for metala, batteries, tubes, etc. It 1B worth your while to give us a trial. ATLAS IRON & METAL CORP. 3338 N. W. N. River Drive Phono 88-4541 A pledge to "take vigorous and aggressive action against organized wide-open gambling which has opened the gate for a flood of undesirables into Dade county" was made in a radio address last week by Perrine Palmer. Jr.. who is candidate for sheriff on a platform to clean-up the county. "I can think of nothing that would suit me better, as one of my first official acts as sheriff, than to round up every one of the known hoodlums and mobsters here," said Palmer, young Dade county businessman and World War II veteran. "If they cannot be prosecuted under our existing statutes, I firmly believe that I can convince them in no uncertain terms that they are not wanted here, and that their continued presence will result in vigorous and continued attention from the sheriff's office." GREETING TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAY ERNEST It. GRAHAM PASSOVER GREETINGS Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub and son Albert miin:iBMniiiuiiuii:iiUuiU!iin i.i.; i : ELECT JESS YARBOROUGH For Your County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 1 VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE "PROGRESS WITH JESS" Pd. PollUcal Adv. ELECT AN EXPERIENCED CONSTARLE MEMBER ELKS—AMERICAN LEGION I I AND VET OF FOREIGN WARS HARRY S. i HIGGINS RE-ELECT TOM WOOD Constable District 2 Not a Politician But an Experienced Law Enforcing Officer for 22 Years Paid Political Adv. r ^wvw %%%%%%%% fvffvvvv^ ELECT ] LOUIS F. RED) SNEDIGAR Your County Commissioner District 5 VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Paid Political Adr. dam >.•.-.•..••• T m ^t*sJk Your Present Constable District 5 Miami Beach—Surfside Sunny Isle—Golden Beach Pol ad pd. for bv friends ,-i.i.ricra -1. m! j 111, :iili:l i :'i;nii!.ii:l.miiy' i i.UJ-1. i-i QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE ELECT CLYDE A. EPPERSON STATE SENATOR FARM Bom and Raised Veteran Awarded Purple Heart Lawyer and C.P.A. Outstanding Civic Leader PROPOSES: Veteran's Bonus Medical and Dental College in Dade County Increase in Old Age Pensions Egual Distribution ol Tax Revenue LIVED IN DADE COUNTY A QUARTER OF A CENTURY^ DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to Estimate Your Painting We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It • PAINTING • PAPERHANGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured CALL 9-9604 /Horo Pointing Co. 1848 N.W. 36th St. No Job Too Small, Or Too Big



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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR fJmlstfk>ridli3in Political Roundup Norman R. Lyons, Democratic candidate for representative in the legislature, group No. 1, from Dade county, stated that he advocated early consideration on a revision of the old age pension laws. "Like a good many of our other statutes and provisions," said Lyons, "the laws concerning the allowances granted to our old people are archaic, worn out, and ready for the scrap heap. We, apparently, have been so preoccupied in taking care of the needs of our rapidly growing communities, here in Florida, that we have not taken the time to stop and think of the everyday needs of a large number of our residents. "Every once in a while, it is our duty to stop, take a look at the over-all picture, review the work we have done, and bring those situations that need correcting into line. This is the case with the old age pension laws. Enacted some years ago, they have remained on the books with no serious attempt at modernization." The right of women to sit on juries in the state of Florida has been brought up in a recent case heard in the Circuit Court. In that case Robert H. Givens, attorney for the defendant, insisted that the law which prohibits women from sitting on juries is unconstitutional Givens was overruled in his contention and is now appealing the case lu the State Supreme Court. There is a possibility, because of the constitutional question involved, that the case may eventually reach the Supreme Court of the United States. "W men are eligible to serve as a judge of the Circuit Court, or as governor of the state of Florida, or. even as President of the United States," Givens said in a recent radio address. "Furthermore, in most of the states in this Union, they are now eligible I serve on juries. Yet. we have a law in Florida which says in effect that women arc still incompst'-nt to serve on jury duty in this state." "I do not think women should be required to perform jury service. If they request that they be excused, any judge should be chivalrous enough to grant that request. Ldo not think it is democratic or for the best interest of our country that women as a class be deliberately and systematically excluded from jury service on the assumption that they are incompetent to perform this duty.' Givens is a candidate for Circuit Judge of Dade county in the Democratic primary on May •1th. Plenty of emphasis will be placed on experience if he is sheriff. Candidate Ray Mills claimed this week. •Experience is essential in anybusiness, but especially in such community business as law enment. My twenty-two years in law enforcement as an invi stigator of capital crimes is what I offer to the people of Dade county," Mills declared. •Law enforcement is my pro!i and I promise to conduct the affairs of the sheriff's office in a professional manner," he added. "As your sheriff I will staff the sheriff's office with men who are equipped, trained and competent to do the job. "With experienced men in every position in the sheriffs office, Dade county will get the type of law enforcement it deserves and needs." M^toBn^J .-wya&SE-f? Group 7. nth JudidV^ o ;"-'DidVcou u „; da F c ^ Error An article in a back issue of the Floridian concerning the 32nd anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shulman. Miami Beach. inadvertently erred in naming the hosts. They were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milloff, also of Miami Beach. Top Price Paid for MEN'S USED CLOTHING AL'S 432 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-3213 VOTE FOR .IOII> II. YATI'S Overseas Veteran. World War II Circuit Judge, Group 7 11th Judicial Circuit, Dade County. Fla. Pd. for by friend of JOHN II. YATES STEEL ERECTING HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2319 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones 2-4308 — 3-1658 ELECT ESTIL H. LANHAM Justice of the Peace DISTRICT ONE (NORTH DADE COUNTY AREA) Choose a Fellowman From Your Ranks! Paid Political Adv. VOTE FOR LUTHER T. HARDISON FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3 Efficient Service — Courtesy 15 Years' Experience 23 Years in This District RADIO EQUIPPED CAR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Paid PoliUcal Adv. GO SMARTLY BUS BY MIAMI TRANSIT CO. ESTABLISHED 1925 WM. J. PRUITT CANDIDATE STATE SENATE (DADE COUNTY ONLY) VALC. CLEARY County Commissioner "A Dade County Man with a Dade County Heart" • Val C. Cleary's 23 years of Municipal and County Executive-Administrative Experience is Insurance of 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 Friend, of Val C. Cleary Florida has a GREAT future with COLIN ENGLISH as Governo Colin English has the rare quality of vision true leadership and 28 years ol successful experience in public affairs. Colin English is a man of action, with great capacity for getting worthwhile things done promptly and efficiently, for the people of Florida. As Governor of Florida, Colin English will continue to select and appoint the best trained men and women for each particular job to be done in serving the State and its people, With Colin English as GovernorFlorida will continue to have the finest public school program in the country, providing equal opportunity for every chiW to have a good education; Florida's natural resources will be developed and preserved; Florida will have super-highways and improved and expanded farm-to-market roods; Florida will have medical and dental schools to serve its citizens; Florida will have adequate hospitals and a public health program to serve the needs of all the peopleFlorida will have ALL the other fine and mS things for which Colin English stands and ho$ set forth in his comprehensive 33-point platform) Florida will have ALL these things .. *' lM the burden of a general sales taxi With Colin English as Governor, Florida wil have four years of good, progressive, effic" n and economical government • wi r • leadership of a man tested and proved in state government. Yes, with Colin English as Governor, Florida HAS a great future. At The May 4th Democratic Primaries


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 30, 1948

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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iwiislb-IEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
21NUMBER 17
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
WISH FORCES GAIN IN
FIGHTING FOR JAFFA
.aunch Independent
B On Jaffa Port City
TbALEM, (JTA)Some 3,000 men of the
Lcumi this week launched an independent
[the all-Arab port city of Jaffa. The Ha-
Incdiately announced that the Irgun high
[had gathered its forces from all parts of
Jry and concentrated them for this attack
Ircviously informing the Hagarah nor re-
, permission for the action. The two Jewish
ftrccs agreed Tuesday night on joint action
Aviv-Jaffa area.
latllc was preceded by an exceedingly heavy
helling which some observers considered
|e biggest barrages laid down during the
Ih-old war. Many Arabs were reported to
h ted the city, particularly in the districts
1 Aviv. The Haganah penetrated several
quarters and destroyed snipers' posts,
Idrew to their defense positions along the
jlgth of the common boundary.
, claimed capture of the Manshieh quarter
Wednesday night and sped troops and
ht to the front to maintain the battering
(its drive into the all-rab city. '
Jiplilfall the Jewish underground army raised
i\v flag over the area. Irgun was aided in
Men drive by Hagana, the regular Jewish
loyal Air Force planes machine-gunned Jew-
ish positions at Bat Yam, near Jaffa.
The permanency of the Jewish advance into
Jaffa was challenged by the British, who sent planes
and troops in what they said was an attempt to
smash the Jewish attack on Jaffa which began on
Sunday.
Jews and Arabs in Jerusalem were preparing
this week for a major battle for control of the city.
Heavy fighting is expected to break out, following
the Arab seizure of the British Army's Alamein
camp, two miles from here, which was evacuated
earlier.
Arab forces, including units of the Transjordan
Legion, were reportedly waiting for the signal to
open fire from behind sandbag emplacements in the
British camp, while Jews were seen stationed in a
wood close by. Tension in the city mounted hourly
as the deadline for the withdrawal of the last of the
British troops neared.
The Palestine Information Office, news com-
munication center in Jerusalem, closed down, leav-
ing correspondents for overseas news agencies and
newspapers without immediately available facilities
for idling news to the outside world.
TA Reuters dispatch from Damascus reported
that the Transjordan Army has occupied Jericho,
northwest of the Dead Sea, following a Transjordan
declaration of war on "Zionism." The armies of
Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan and Iraq, the dispatch
added, have agreed to open a three-front attack on
(Continued on Page 4)
Joint Agreement Makes
Jerusalem An Open City
LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y.Jewish and Arab
representatives agreed here late Wednesday that
the walled city of Jerusalem should be spared from
the fighting in Palestine.
No provision was made for the larger new sec-
tion of Jerusalem.
The action took place while the Arab League in
Cairo was proposing a conditional truce to safeguard
Jerusalem's holy places. So far, Arab-Jewish violence
has not reached that part of the city.
The Arab League proposal was handed to em-
bassies and legations in the Egyptian capital.
Three conditions to the Arab League's proposal
were: Cessation of the struggle within the city plus
a ban against attack from the outside; Arab and Jew-
ish guards in Jerusalem to be armed; and respect
for the status quo which existed in Jerusalem be-
fore the fighting broke out.
An Australian amendment which would have
referred action on Jerusalem to a General Assembly
sub-committee rather than to the Trusteeship Council
was also defeated. But the final tally26 against,
20 in favor and seven abstainingprovided the first
real test of pro-partition strength and was inter-
preted as an indication that the United States may
find it impossible to reverse partition and have
trusteeship adopted by the required two-thirds ma-
jority.
>ld Turk
Post
Turk, Miami Beach at-
Wno his 10 month battle
councilman this week
|e Florida Supreme court
invalid the absentee
rhich gave Ralph Pole a
'I
Harold Turk
him for the post,
ing the Dade county cir-
i order, the Supreme
pproved, however, the
; declaration that the
ballot law was uncon-
lal Judge Alto Adams who
|ne final opinion explained
^elective affidavit for vot-
the ballots invalid.
p* Tuesday
Pr Democratic candidates
p 4 primary elections are
l -Miami to make a "last
Florida's largest county
M'ic citizens go to the polls
|iesday. Polls will be open
am. until 7 p.m.
tif>n has been called by
officials to the fact that
le exception of justice of
lace and constable, all dis-
JMices are elected county-
wch voter is to choose one
pach district.
JWD Lauds
Rabbi Zwitman
National Jewish Welfare
Board's division of religious ac-
tivities has honored Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman of Temple Is-
rael by presenting him with a
certificate for service to Ameri-
can and World Jewry, it was
announced by Frank Weil, presi-
dent of the JWB.
The letter accompanying the
certificate, states in part: "Be-
hind the simple and modest word-
ing of this citation, is a story of
self-sacrifice and religious de-
dication that we could not hope
to express in words. But those
who see this certificate will know
what its interpretation has been
in your own life and in the life
of the men whom you served for
blessings.
The Jewish community and
your country are honored by the
service which you came forward
to give in the hour of the world's
greatest need."
Rabbi Zwitman has also recent-
ly been the recipient of the first
Honorary Commission granted to
a Jewish chaplain in World War
II by the President of the United
States.
Mt. Sinai Trustees, Gov't. Officials
Confer On Nautilus Hotel Property
Rabbi Zwttman
The division of Religious Ac-
tivities of the National Jewish
Welfare Board is headed by Dr.
Solomon B. Freehof, chairman.
Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner, Rabbi
As a result of many months of
preparation, Mt. Sinai Hospital
trustees are conferring this week
with top officials of the War As-
sets Administration, and other
governmental representatives,
about the Nauti-
lus hotel proper-
ty on Miami
Beach. Max Or-
ovitz, newly
elected president
of Mt. Sinai, said
that the trustees
have been great-
ly encouraged by
recent develop- .
ments, and have MOX Urovitz
every reason to believe that the
chances are excellent of getting
the property as the site of Mt.
Sinai hospital.
"We have waited a long time
for the Nautilus situation to be
ironed out," Orovitz said, "be-
cause we believe that the prop-
erty will make a fine site for Mt.
Sinai, and because it can proba-
bly be bought for a nominal sum.
Any other good location with
plenty of room for expansion will
cost a lot of money, and hospital
construction is exceptionally high
these days. If we can get the
Nautilus property, we will be off
to a good start, well worth the
time we have lost. There have
been a good many details to work
out, and we are being very care-
ful that any arrangement we
Joseph H. Lookstein, and Rabbi
Louis M. Levitsky, vice chairmen,
Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman. pres-
ident of the Central Conference
of American Rabbis, Rabbi Is-
rael M. Goldman, president, Rab-
binical Assembly of America,
Rabbi David de Sola Pool, Rabbi
Herbert S. Goldstein and Rabbi
Edgar Magnin, all of whom sign-
ed the certificate.
make will meet with the approval
al of the community."
As to other groups that have
announced their intention to ac-
quire the property, Orovitz said,
"Certainly there are several fine
uses to which this property could
be adapted, and on the basis of
priority under the law, some of
these other groups have a strong
position. We have not been too
concerned about these, however,
because the need for a modern,
first-class general hospital has
long been recognized above all
other needs. Mt. Sinai is ready to
go ahead without delay in adapt-
ing Nautilus to this need, and
that counts for a great deal with
the people in Washington."
Orovitz said that results of the
negotiations would be made pub-
lic just as soon as this could be
done without upsetting the plans
in any way.
In accepting the presidency
of Mt. Sinai, Oroviti paid trib-
ute to the foundation work al-
ready done by the out-going
president. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, and said that he is fully
aware of the great responsibili-
ty he has undertaken. "This
community was promised a hos-
pital, and we intend to carry
out that promise to the last
detail. All we ask is the con-
tinued fine support of the
people."
Other officers elected are Sam
Blank, vice president; William
Singer, secretary; and Abraham
Goodman, treasurer. Other trus-
tees re-elected are, Mrs. Lois
Dobrin, San Friedland, Moses
Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman,
J. Gerald Lewis, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Dan Ruskin, Monte Selig,
Jacob Sher, Joseph Stein, Ar-
thur Ungar, Carl Weinkle, Mit-
chell Wolfson. Added to the
board is Jacob Ziskind, prominent
manufacturer and philanthropist
(Continued on Page 4)
Beach Y Holds
Open House
Mayor Marcie Liberman, Mi-
ami Beach councilmen and mem-
bers and leaders of the various
community and fraternal groups,
are to be present at the official
Carl Weinkle
opening of the Miami Beach YM
& YWHA Sunday evening at 7:30
p.m.
"The affair will culminate two
years of planning and six months
of building in preparation for th^
open house. Originally started as
a service to soldiers and sailors
stationed here, the Beach Y has
grown to a service for the entire
community," Carl Weinkle, presi-
dent stated, in extending an in-
vitation to the public to be pres-
ent
Presentation of the slate and
elections will precede an evening
of dancing and entertainment.
Instrumental in the arrange-
ments are Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Mrs. David Walterman, Mrs.
George Cohen, Leo Chaikin and
Paul Wietzman, chairmen of the
various committees, and Gus
Jacobson, director of the Y.

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Political Roundup -
Tidbits About Candidates In The Coming Primaries
Dan McCarty has brought his. William A. "Bill" Herin. candi-lopinions designed to carry out
gubernatorial campaign to Miami |date for circuit judge, group one. | "the true intentjrf Jtojjetfdft-
for the final weekend, which will
be climaxed by a rally tomorrow
was endorsed in a radio talk this ture. avoid technicalities and
night at Bayfront Park.
Eddie Boardman. chairman of
the Dade McCarty for Governor
Club, predicted a record turnout
for Saturday night's talk by Mc-
Carty. "Because of the last minute
excitement which always accom-
panies Democratic primaries. Mc-
carty's speech tomorrow night
should have much significance
for voters of this area." Board-
man stated.
The Fort Pierce candidate will
spend the final weekend before
Tuesday's election, in this area.
In a radio talk in behalf of
McCarty Thursday night. Robert
L. Floyd endorsed McCarty as a
"proven leader who is seeking
the governor's post on a basis of
week by Samuel J. Kanner. Mi-
ami attorney in the firm of Pat-
ton & Kanner.
The Circuit Court can be one
of the most important factors in
your life." the speaker said.
"This the the court which can
empanel or refuse to empanel a
grand jurycan issue a search
warrant or refuse a petition for
habeas corpuscan enjoin and
prohibit you from doing an act
can take control of all your
worldly goodscan impose the
death penaltycan interfere with
and decide domestic problems.
You can readily ascertain for
yourself the importance of elect-
ing a fair. iust. patient, tolerant
and courteous man to the office.
William Herin is such a man and
bureaucratic interpretations; ex-
pedite all communications, claims
and accounts submitted to him
for attention; render all possible
legal assistance to counties and
cities in their efforts to devejop
the;:- advantages and attractions
Strive to effect economies and
relief from local tax and debt
burdens by setting up in his of-
fice a local units division.
To cooperate fully with sheriffs
and other law enforcement of-
ficers, without attempting to
usurp authority or dictate in
local matters.
- versatile and successful back- I ^erefore merits your support."
ground in government, agricul-' I can personally vouch for Bill
ture. civic activities, militarv "erm because I have known him
service and business." for over flfteen >'ears- having at-
At one rally. McCartv told Mi- tended college with him." the
ami residents of his program of s
expanded advertising in order to
attract new tourists and outside
capital to the state.
Attorney general candidate.
I Richard W. Ervin. is conducting
"The future growth and de- a whirlwind speaking campaign
velopment of Florida depends during the few remaining days
upon bringing in new residents before the first primary, speak-
and outside investors and every ing on the average of six times
Many of the major develop-
ments during the growth of Mi-
ami Beach in which Louis F.
Snedigar, county commission
candidate, district 5. played an
important role and which point
to his record of "public service
and civic mindedness" is related
in the book. "The Miracle of Mi-
ami Beach," authored by J. N.
Lummus. pioneer Dade county
developer.
"L. F. Snedigar, four times
mayor," Lummus wrote, "aided
materially as head of the city in
the purchase of the city car barn
and chamber of commerce build-
ing in 1925. and again when he
was mayor in 1930, the purchase
of the million dollar golf course
was made. He was active in the
purchase of Flamingo park in
1935 while he as again mayor
and it was during that time the
city park on the ocean between
Second and Third Sts. was
bought. He was also instrumental
in the building of the sanitary
sewer outfall 7,500 feet into the
Atlantic ocean in 1937."
Snedigar said his keen interest
m such devebpi^Tr^*
the .neglected portL^
county will b/J S 5 **\
concerns
sioner.
as a
'FLYING ANTS
effort should be made to bring
:n these assets by telling the
Florida story to the world." he
said.
McCarty also voiced his op-
a day.
Ervin has told his listeners. "I
believe that cooperation among
public officials and with the pub-
ic is of paramount importance.
; sition to a general sales tax. (and that if Florida is to continue
branding such a levy as unfair
He stated that he was offering
a program of sound business ad-
ministration in government to
the present tax dollar go
:...:her.
to grow and prosper, our cabinet
officers must make cooperation
with each other a primary ob-
jective."
If elected to office, Ervin also
pledges' to render non-political
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I Jewish Leader*
Attend Masada
An installation ceremony and
Lder ritual will be given to-
Srow evening at 7:45 p.m. by
The Miami Beach group of Ma-
sada in Temple Beth Sholom,
' "fii Sr'of its kind held by
I the Masada group, the program
w,ll feature prominent local and
Southern Jewish leaders includ-
ing Stanley Weber, regional
Masada secretary; Rabbis Leon
Kronish and David Raab and
Cantor Samuel Kelemer. Also
I participating will be Dr. E. J.
Edelman of the Zionist Youth
commission and Dave Liebman
in a satirical presentation. The
public has been invited to at-
tend.
Ted Nelson will be installed
as president along with Joseph
Pardo, first vice pres.; Miss Nor-
man Green, second vice pres.;
Liebman, trea*.; Abe Schaier,
corresponding sec.; and Miss
Florence Abramson, recording
sec.
Reservations may be made by
calling 58-6686 or 5-1588. Tickets
may also be purchased at the
door.
B'nai B'rith Delegates
Attend State Gathering
Headed by Jack Abbott, presi-
dent of the State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges, several Mi-
amians are leaving aboard a
private car today to attend the
Florida convention May 1, 2 and
3 at the George Washington hotel
in Jacksonville.
Representing Sholem lodge will
be Marx Feinberg, Sam Silver,
John Kronenfeld, Jerome Wein-
kle. Milton Friedman and Charles
Bach. Irving Cypen and Jack
Harris are attending for Tropical
lodge.
Delegates from the Beach
lodge are Abbott, Harold Turk,
George J. Talianoff and Gilbert
Balkin. Gables lodge representa-
tive is Max Feinberg; and Isaac
Levin lodge, Isaac Levin.
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Rom Chapter Women
Announce Swim Dance
"Swim and Swing 'Neath the
Stars" is the theme of a swim
dance sponsored by Rose chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, Saturday,
8:30 p.m, at the Georgian hotel]
Miami Beach.
A program of entertainment
has been planned by Chairman
Mrs. Betty A. Marshall and will
include variety acts by the USO
Old Brigade company. A Latin-
American band will play for
dancing and locker facilities will
be available. Tickets are $2.50
per couple and $1.25 stag and
may be obtained from members
of Rose chapter. Assisting Mrs.
Marshall with arrangements will
be Mrs. David Platt.
Center Juniors Conduct
Own Passover Services
Junior congregation of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
center will conduct final chil-
dren's Passover services today and
tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Miami
Beach High school auditorium.
Officers, rabbi, speaker and can-
tor will be taken over completely
by the junior membership.
Herbert Kaplan, first guest
speaker, will discuss "A Passover
Message From Jewish Palestine."
On Saturday Richard Rose will
speak on the subject "Let's Wake
Up."
Gables Sponsors Forum
On Juvenile Delinquency
Gables lodge of B'nai B'rith is
sponsoring a Juvenile Delin-
quency forum Tuesday evening
at Hillel house on the subject
"Can We Prevent Juvenile De-
linquency in Our Community?"
Taking part in the discussion
will be Judge Walter Beckham
of the juvenile court; Carl Hinds,
director of the Miami Boys club;
and Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal,
professor of psychology at the
University of Miami. Audience
participation will follow.
President Leonard Spiegel will
preside. Merwyn Ames is chair-
man for the evening.
Tropical Lodge Sponsors Dr. Rosenthal Receives
"Y" II post pones
Spring Carnival
Carnival and dance scheduled
by the Miami "Y" for May 2 has
been postponed, according to an
announcement by Maurice Gross-
man, executive director.
All projects and features plan-
ned for the major spring activity
of the organization will be pre-
sented at the later date, to be
announced shortly. The postpone-
ment was made so as to enable
the committee to enlarge and
elaborate the program, the an-
nouncement explained.
Water Show, Dance
A water show and dance frolic
will be sponsored by the Trop-
ical lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Sat-
urday, May 8th, 8:15 p.m., at the
Raleigh hotel, it has been an-
nounced by President Irving Cy-
pen. Jack Harris and Evan Stein
head the arrangements commit-
tee which has planned a profes-
sional water show featuring well-
known swimming and diving
stars. Bob Blank will act as mas-
ter of ceremonies of the show.
Highlight of the evening will
be dance exhibitions by profes-
sional dance teams from several
Beach hotels.
The program will include swim
and dance contests for audience
participation.
Tickets at $1.20 per person in-
cluding tax may be secured from
Cypen, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach.
Coast Guard Post
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal of Di
Lido island was recently appoint-
ed by Commander Allen Win-
beck of the U.S. Coast Guard to
serve as Commander of Flotilla
No. 5 of the Coast Guard auxil-
iary.
A non-military organization
comprised of men with experi-
ence in the handling of small
boats, the auxiliary is on call to
aid the Coast Guard in case of
emergencies.
Dr. Rosenthal and George Ad-
ler assisted in the search for the
three victims of a boating ac-
cident in Government cut. Aboard
Ronny III they spent six hours
searching the waters east of
Bears Cut and were in the im-
mediate vicinity when the body
of one of the victims was re-
covered by a Coast Guard picket
boat.
Poale Zion Seder
Poale Zion is holding a third
seder tomorrow evening at 8 p.m.
in the Miami YM & WHA. Nat
Breene will serve as master of
ceremonies.
Entertainment has been plan-
ned including presentations by
the Habonim. Refreshments will
be served. The public is invited.
May Dance
Jewish People's Fraternal Or-
der, the English speaking group,
will wind up their membership
drive with a May Day dance to-
morrow evening in the IOOF hall,
N.W. 2nd Ave. and 4th St.
Music by Alex Drucker and
his orchestra will feature the
evening of entertainment. The
public is invited. Tickets are $1
and may be purchased at the
door.
Beth David Meeting
Features Building Plans
A joint meeting of Beth David
congregation and the holding
corporation will take place Wed-
nesday evening at 8:15 p.m. in
the Talmud Torah to discuss plans
for the proposed new building.
The architect will also be pres-
ent.
President Harry Markowitz
has announced that an appropri-
ate program has been arranged
under the direction of Bernard
Sterling to honor Rabbi Max
Shapiro on the occasion of his
birthday. Refreshments will be
served. All members are urged
to attend.
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EDITORIAL
Words And Action
When Warren R. Austin presented the Amer-
ican trusteeship proposal before the General As-
sembly's Political and Security Committee he
may have intended to entertain his listeners with
semantic contortions. But it is doubtful that his
distortion of logic added to the prestiqe of the
United States.
Too astute to bluntly weiqh and measure the
trusteeship scheme against the merits of the in-
ternationally approved partition decision, Mr.
Austin sought to bewitch the committee with the
following thesis: When the General Assembly
voted for the partition solution it was hoped the
expression of general world opinion would in-
fluence the Arabs into heeding the Assembly's
recommendation, but now, that peaceful imple-
mentation of the Assembly's decision of Novem-
ber 29 has been made impossible because of
the infiltration of armed Arab bands into Palestine
from the neighboring states "in clear violation
of the Charter of the United Nations," it follows
that the United Nations must reverse its original
decis'on. This is the equivalent of saying that
legislators must always make laws with an eye
to pleasing the very criminals against whom they
are directed and retract them whenever the law-
less elements unite to nullify them by disobedi-
ence or force. It is the expression of a shocking
doctrine that can only lead to anarchy.
Austin's performance was shocking on yet
another count. He accused the Arab states of
infiltrat ng men into Palestine in violation of the
United Nations Charter but he failed to use even
a single sharp word of reproach against the
transgressors and aggressors against an inter-
national decision. His silence cannot be inter-
preted other than condonation of a violation
against the Charter of the United Nations. A
courageous man, even though forced into defend-
ing an untenable position, would at least have
lashed out against the sinners with a warning
that violators of the UN Charter can expect no
consideration from decent people.
Much has been written about the motives
behind Washington's reversal of policy on Pal- i
Irgun Attack
City Of Jaffa
(Continue Pagi
Pales' .. combined force of
40.000 men before May 1.)
Lydda airport, 15 miles south-
east of 1\: Aviv, n over
by the Brit:sh after its seizure
by Arab Legion forces. All inter-
national plane and air mail serv-
ice at Lydda ended and
scheduled flights bound for the
airpor; were canceled. All J' wisl
members of the airport's staff
are reported to have left.
The Tel Aviv-Jerusalem road
was blocked near Bab el Wad.
the only Arab stronghold along
the vital highway still in Arab
hands. A huge stone barrier in
the middle of the highway was
bombed by a Jewish plane, but
there was no report as to the
success of the operation.
Reports from Cairo claimed that
King Abdullah of Transjordan has
decided to lead his crack Arab
Legion into Palestine to fight
the Jews. Ten thousand Legion-
naires are stationed in Palestine
at present as members of Britain's
security forces. An Arab League
source in Cairo claimed that 12,-
000 Iraqi troops have left Bagdad
for Amman, Transjordanian cap-
ital, to await orders to enter Pal-
estine within ten days.
British sources in Haifa said
that truce negotiations between
the Jews and Arabs there "have
gone well." Police were boarding
all shop windows to prevent loot-
ing in the city, and mixed groups
of unarmed Jews and Arabs ap-
peared on the streets, indicating
that a halt in the evacuation of
the city's Arab population has be-
gun.
The battle, probably the larg-
est yet to be fought in Palestine,
was practically over by mid-
afternoon. There were, however,
several scattered pockets of re-
sistance on which the Jews were
WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED
sstineeven though Mr. Truman still insists he
is for partitionbut in the end it will be the
mandate of events and nothing else which will
determine the fate of Palestine. The New York
Herald-Tribune made this proposition admirably
clear when it declared editorially that "events
in Palestine continue to shape a future daily
assuming a greater and greater aspect of in-
evitability" and that "while the talk continues
at Lake Success, the future is being indelibly
etched by events." That future is being etched by
Jewish blood, by Jewish arms, by Jewish de-
termination to survive.
\ntural. Indeed!
In direct comparison to the
general attitude of most Greater
Miami schools. Biscayne element-
ary, a public institution adjacent
to Surside, has been serving mat-
the week of Passover for
their Jewish students. The Jew-
ish percentage in that school is
ably lower than some of
the less considerate establish-
in town.
"Why it's really nothing at all."
insisted Miss lone S. Hill, Bis-
cayne's principal and the one re-
sponsible for the gesture. "We
just wanted to do it. The children
pay for their bread and butter
and I knew that some of them
couldn't eat it this week. It
seemed guite natural."
A Call To Aetion
A Center movement stirring with <**
dynamic cultured upsurge in the Jewish ^'
ity and an abiding preoccupation withT*
ligious and morale needs of the h *
veteran and the youth in our peacetime"31 '* I
over the globe are graphically told in ^^ !
eport just released by the National hlfy''
fare Board. The report reveals an orqaS**
virility and-resourcefulness, seasoned hv a"1
decades of service to the Center moveml.
the Jewish communityproud that the Inn ^
backed up its faith to the extent of coSkT
close to a million and a half dollars to iUnm*?
While figures alone cannot entirely Z?
the dynamism of IWB's program as lh2*
the reportthey are nonetheless revealino 21
JWB leadership, Jewish Centers expendihmS
serv.ces amountdd to more than S9,000,000 &&]
ficant and inspiring for the future is the laaZ
700 Jewish organizations participated in Wi
Music Festival and 1756 in Jewish Book Mat
both organized under the JWB-sponsored Bat
and Music Councils. Also indicative of JWB *
ice, is the figure of 1613 programs booked bt
Centers and the Jewish community through JwS
Lecture Bureau.
JWB's concern with the cultural and relkM
needs of the veteran and men in the armed fota
is graphically revealed in a figure of 2M.0CC
prayer books, holiday cards and sundry relim, ''
items distributed to the Armed Forces and j
pitalsall in a crucial year when it was liquids.
tag its war-time program and setting up
manent services on a global scale.
Both of our progressive Miami and Mkni
Beach Y's, housed in their new structures, an
affiliated and actively participate with the Ifc
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
Responsibility to the community and an q
shakeable faith in the Center movement pe-
vades the report. This is evident in the section
dealing with the momentous JWB survey, which
shows JWB eager to implement a clear mandate
for greater good and more far-reaching services
to the Centers and the communityand deter-
mined that this crucial year-long study shall not
become an "uninhibited, uncensored and un-
published" report. The survey is a call to action
and JWB is pledged to heed it.
Sinai Officials
Discuss Nautilus
(Continued from Page 1)
of Fall River. Mass.. and winter
resident here.
Because of ill health. Stanley
C Myers, one of the original in-
corporators and trustees, declined
re-election.
Mt. Sinai Hospital operates the
Alton Road Hospital on Miami
Beach as an interim service to
the community. The general of-
fice of Mt. Sinai is located at 420
Lincoln Road, and is in charge
of Lionel J. Silverman, former
Philadelphian.
concentrating with mortars and
heavy machine guns. One of the
hottest spots in the city remained
the jail which was occupied Wed-
nesday by an Arab Legion unit
after the British evacuated the
building.
The central railway building
was badly wrecked as were a
number of other buildings against
Blood Bank
Association Holds
Conclave Here
W rid famous blood research
men will address the second an-
nual meeting of the Florida As-
n of Blood Banks in Mi-
7th and 8th, accord-
John Elliott of Mi-
ami, president of the Florida
group.
It was announced that doctors.
ts and medical techni-
cians I ite, whether
mem! ,e Florida Associa-
' n of Bl -i Banks or not, are
bt- present for the
a mto be presented
h well kn iwn speakers as
inder S. Weiner,
Ernest Witebsky!
' K nond, John Seudder
and others.
The meeting will mark the first
such prominent blood re-
been brought
time, thereby add-
of the" Flor-
Blood Banks, and bringing
to Florida medical groups first
''and information on the latest
techniques and developments.
,.u 'he agenda for
-Lami meeting will be the
;<>n of ,ho final ,
olood bank service to
Pital in Florida
Doctor Elliott, who will also
speak, is internationally known
Z IT ?chieyemen* in pioneer-
ing the Army's liquid plasma pro-
gram during the war, and for
other important research in this
field.
The.second session of the World
Jewish congress will open on
which the Jews had used Tnew laTcf. Dr. TsSwS^t ^^J
devastating weapon to which they the World W r hea<* of
have given the name of "David eanizatw.n n. "-egress Or-
King of Israel." |foday Department announced
devoted to activities vital to Dadt
county welfare."
Mosher called on agency est-
cutives to help correct a miscon-
ception in some quarters that the
Chest is primarily a relief fi-
nancing organization.
"Community Chest agcnc
work to prevent social ills whw
may develop into direct relief
cases," he said. "Although we*
forced to work on less than bud-
geted funds, we'i. going toll*
every effort to assure that an
basic and vital Red Feather sl-
ices will be continued througa
the rest of the y
Red Feather Services Adjusted To
Offset Drastic Budget Slashes
Confronted with drastic slashes in their budqets, 21 Red
feather services of the Dade County Community Chest are
seeking means to carry on for the rest of this year without too
dire curtailments in their health, recreation and welfare services.
f n y are to ,his critical predicament because the Chat
fell 30 percent short of its mini- '
mum goal of $848,597, according
tu Robert L. Mosher, new execu-
tive secretary.
Three initial steps have been
taken by Mosher to avoid social
welfare disaster in Dade county.
He first requested all 21 agencies
to prepare revised budgets in ac-
cordance with the decision of the
budget and executive committee.
Next, he announced the appoint-
ment of advisory committees on
budget revisions and a central
purchasing. Each committee is
made up of agency executives.
Membership of the budget ad-
visory committee includes Charles
E. Cohen, Jewish Social Service
Bureau; Dorothy Cason, Family
Service; Albert R. Klemer, YMCA
^nd Julia E. Hatch, Children's
Service Bureau. On the central
purchasing committee are Mrs
Evelyn B. Dean. YWCA; Dr. Rob-
ert C. Giffen. Protestant Service
Bureau, and Dempsey Creary,
Girl Scouts.
In addition. Mosher has started
a series of individual conferences
with all 21 agency executives to
discuss their particular problems.
"We realize that all expansions
contemplated for 1948 must be
eliminated despite increasing
needs of this rapidly growing
county." said Mosher. "To ab-
sorb a 10 percent reduction in
allocations to all agencies, on a
10-mnnth basis, with the calendar
year changed for accounting pur-
Poses, provides many serious
problems. We hope to reach solu-
tinns without damaging working
structures or personnel of agencies
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SIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948
+Jewlsii thridliain
PAGE FIVE
iouncil Hears
lational Director
IMrs Moriis Scherago, member
1 ,),c' board of directors of the
lational Council of Jewish Wom-
vvill be guest speaker at an
btallation luncheon of the Mi-
L, section to be held Wednes-
a 12:30 p.m. in Huyler's
Ctaurant. Her topic will be
;0uncilA Program of Educa-
|on and Action."
Tmi-s. Scherago a resident of
jxington. Ky., has been active
L many years in Kentucky wel-
Lrc and civic organizations.
[Council will honor two of their
Inivcrsily of Miami scholarship
[udents. Miss Josephine Berman,
nd Miss Hope Ellen Tannen-
aum.
,[,< M..nte Selig will install
president for the second term,
jrs. Stanley C. Myers, and other
lewly elected officers and board
nrmbers.
Mrs. Joseph Williamson is
hairman of the day; Mrs. Ben
largolis. in charge of decora-
lions.
Advance reservations for
Lm-hcon are to be made through
|he chairmen, Mrs. Bob Schwartz.
k-20fi3. or Mrs. Julius Mufson,
[-1816.
mm
Temple Sisterhood
ills At Luncheon
Tcmp!u Israel Sisterhood will
Install its newly-elected officers
Jit its annual spring luncheon at
t2:30 on Monday, May 3, in the
lining room of the Robert
Ir.ich'.er hotel.
Acting as installing officer will
Ibe Mrs Benjamin Meyers; Mrs.
[Nat L. Wiiliams will be mistress
lot ceremonies and Mrs. Colman
|A Zwitman, program chairman,
[will present guest soloists in a'
|music:i'. interlude.
Mi ; s and their guests are
limited to the luncheon. Reserva-
1 may be made with Mrs
Stella llantman, Mrs. Henry
[Hirsch, and the Temple Israel
. office.
On the committee to plan the
1 luncheon are Mrs. Harry V. Si-
mons, Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Wil-
liam Singer, Mrs. Zwitman and
Ad iiph Wertheimer, who
will be in charge of decorations.
AMVET Resolution
Supports Housing Bills
Robert Richter post of the
American Veterans of World War
II. pas.-. .I ,-, resolution this week
urging citizens to insist that the
provisi ns of the McCarthy Hous-
ing bill and Fletcher Housing bill
be considered by the house and
senate.
"In the interests of the passage
of adequate housing legislation
by the second session of the 80th
C ingress," the resolution suggests
that the bills be considered by
the hnusos on their merit with-
out "having added thereto the
; tr versial subject of public
h using," and that "whatever
Vour personal views may be on
Public housing, you insist that
Public housing be considered by
both houses in a separate bill."
Beach Zionists Hear
Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
eth Sholom, Miami Beach, will
discuss the topic "Pharoh Visits
Mr. Bevin" at the regular week-
ly luncheon meeting of Miam
Bwch Zionist district, it was an-
nounced by Daniel M. Broad,
luncheon club chairman. The
meetings begin at 12:30 p.m
Wednesdays in the National ho-,
tel.
Miss Rosryn Worth
Junior Hadassah
Crowns Queen
At Donor Danee
First annual donor dinner-
dance of the Miami Beach Unit
of Junior Hadassah will be held
in the Clover Club, this Sunday
evening, May 2nd at 7 p.m., ac-
cording to announcement by Mrs.
Doris Pardo, president of the
group.
Plans have been completed by
Miss Toby Cooper, fund-raising
chairman, and Miss Freida Ankus,
donor chairman, to honor each
member who has raised $15 or
more for Jr. Hadassah projects.
These women and their escorts
will be guests of the unit for
dinner and entertainment at the
Clover Club.
Miss Roslyn Worth will be
crowned donor queen that eve-
ning for raising over $110 toward
Jr. Hadassah work. This was done
through the sale of tickets to all
the unit affairs, participation in
Jewish National Fund collec-
tions, bulleting ads and recruit-
ing of new members. Miss Worth,
who joined the unit two years
ago as a general member, has
since been a board and executive
officer, having served as corre-
sponding secretary this past year.
As a result of her achievements,
she has been elected to the post
of fund-raising chairman for the
coming season. The youngest in
her class, she is a graduate of
the University of Miami, and the
June 20th bride-elect of Gerald
Soltz, Miami.
Others who will be honored for
their work in fund raising af-
fairs will be Miss Cooper, past
fund-raising chairman. Miss
Florence Hildebrandt, member-
ship chairman. Misses Lillian
Aaronson and Beverly Raphael,
co-chairmen who correlated so-
cial and fund-raising and Miss
Natalie Samuels, ad-book chair-
man.
In charge of reservations for
the affair are Miss Cooper and
Miss Worth; and Miss Trudi Lach,
publicity.
Lear School Frolics
Lear School frolics tonight will
feature crowning of the school
queen, traditional climax to the
year's activities. Entertainment
and dancing have also been
planned.
Finalists include Janet Radoff.
Arlene Wolfe, Joan Albin and
Betty Lorins. The girls are se-
eded on the basis of scholastic
chievements, interest and co-
ne ration in school affairs and
personal appearance.
Alumni and friends have been
nvited to attend the frolics, be-
ginning 8 p.m.. 1010 West Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Burton Defends
Constitution
L. Grady Burton, prominent
Wauchula attorney and state at-
torney for the tenth judicial cir-
cuit, now a candidate for state
attorney general, has received the
congratulations and endorsement
of many civic leaders of the
state, particularly that of Sam
H. Siegel, Haines City business-
man.
In a recent letter Siegel re-
quested that "for the benefit of
those people who do not know
you personally, and the wonder-
ful civic and state record you
have set up in your lifetime,"
Burton write his position, if
elected as state attorney, on the
handling of such groups as the
Klu Klux Klan and other sub-?
versive front groups, with the
permission that Siegel might
show his reply to interested
parties.
In reply Burton quoted his an-
nouncement as candidate for the
office in which he said:
"Government in the United
States is democracy under con-
stitutional safeguards. Firm in
the belief that this is the sound-
est and best form of government,
I shall do my utmost to destroy
subversive elements that may
seek to undermine our funda-
mental institutions.
"I believe in freedom of re-
ligion, freedom of speech, and
L. Grady Burton
freedom of the press, and I also
believe in freedom of enterprise
and equality of opportunity. As
attorney general I shall work to
the end that these ideals may be
living realities for all of our
people."
"Any group, regardless of its
name," the letter continues,
"which designs or attempts to
foment social, religious or racial
hatreds or which designs or at-
tempts to take away or curtail
the fundamental rights and privi-
leges of any citizen, is an enemy
of our constitutional democracy
and should be destroyed. It has
no rightful place in our govern-
ment. The preservation of the
constitutional rights of the minor-
ities is just as essential to our
form of government as is the
preservation of the same rights
of the majority.
"Every citizen of this state, re-
gardless of his religion, color or
origin, is entitled to the full
benefit and protection of the law.
Any attempt, to destroy that pro-
tection or the right thereto, is
anti-social, undemocratic and
unlawful.
"As the attorney general I
shall carefully and jealously
guard and defend the constitu-
tional rights and privileges of all
our citizens. You may be assured
that any effort by any person or
by any group, to invade these
rights and privileges will be dealt
with by me without favor and
without sympathy to the end that
such anti-social activities shall
be destroyed that our citizens may
remain safe and secure in their
homes, in their enterprises and
in their constitutional freedoms.
"My position on these matters
is not now, nor has it ever been,
a secret."

I

WC May Dance
Workmen's Circle Branches,
Women's Clubs and the Socialist
Verbund will have a May Day
festival on Saturday, May 1, at
the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach at 8 p.m. A pro-
gram of songs will be presented.
Mizrachi Party Postponed
Mrs. Bessie Adlerbloom, presi-
dent 0f the Miami chapter of
Murachl Woman, has announced
na,_ the luncheon and card party
he group scheduled to be held
" tne home of Mrs. Isidor Cohen
Jy 8 has been postponed to
Zionist Revisionists
Next meeting of the United
Zionist Revisionists will take-
place Monday evening at the Mi-
ami YM & WHA in the gym-
nasium of the old building. A
program of entertainment ha*
been planned.
The public is invitad to attend.



PAGE SIX
9-Jmlstnu-kHar
FRIDAY, APRIL v
Political Roundup
Fuller Warren. Florida candi-
date for governor, will wind up
his campaign in Dade county
with a major speech in Bayfront
park at 8:30 p.m. tonight. War-
ren's cowboy orchestra will play
from 7:30 p.m. until the candi-
date begins speaking,
Declaring that "the school-
house is as important as the court-
house.'" Fuller Warren, candidate
for governor, appealed to Flor-
ida citizens in a recent address,
to help him lift the state school
system from its present low rank-
ing with the U.S. Department of
Education.
Warren, recalling his own ex-
periences in a Calhoun county
one-room school and as a work-
ing student at the University of
Florida, said he was determined
to establish a minimum salary of
$2,400 a year for qualified grade
school teachers
"The noble profession of teach-
ing." added '.he Jacksonville-at-
torney and state government au-
thority, "must be recognized by
commensurate p
Warren, whose public servici
r was inti I by volun-
tarj sen n Navy gun crews
di;r:r,i W :'.,: War II. warned
: system
"even n >w m poorest in
a" ran di p even low-
.i th< ap< tilt :
n my "
A nai F] idian, Warren is
I ther of Richard Warren,
Is in White
Si -- T -' Miss A!:::.,
'''' taught school in
W St F gradua-
State
1 W now Florida
sitv
He became engaged in the real
estate business "to publicize and
sell the then 'undeveloped world's
playground' to the nation." He
became tax assessor of Miami
Beach in 1922. followed by jus-
tice of the peace, councilman and
two terms as mayor of that city.
He was elected in 1944 by the
people of Dade county to serve
as the first county commissioner
from district 5.
Cleary has pledged his con-
tinued service in the interests of
Miami Beach and the county and
to "fully cooperate in seeing to
completion the outstanding proj-
ects underway, plus the sponsor-
ing of future projects for the
betterment of Miami Beach and
Dade county." Since he has no
other business he assures "the
devotion of my entire time to
the county's business."
Beach, declared in his platform
that the three fold purpose of the
office of justice of the peace is
,1) keeper of the peace. (2) judge
of the court of small claims, (3)
a law enforcement officer.
Englander decried the fact
that the number of cases in the
office of justice of the peace has
reached such an alarming in-
crease." He stated that in his
belief, the justice of the peace
should devote his efforts through-
out the community and his abili-
ty in effecting "peaceful recon-
ciliations between potential
litigants before their dispute takes
the shape of official disputes."
te for
n iintj m-
iistrict 5 is 1 .;r.n:ns
- : y< ar rec >rd of
publi

:: 1920, Cl( rj : fr m
--. n an
v.
Horace F. Mitchell, candidate
for county superintendent of
public instruction, stated in a
recent open letter to the citizens
of Dade county that he would
"never sell out the people, the
school system nor any political
favor or support in order to con-
tinue myself in office."
"I will bestow no jobs for pol-
itical considerations." the vet-
eran school teacher and principal
further declared. "And I will
not allow the exploitation of the
Is by any interests, no mat-
ter how powerful."
The native Flondian. who fi-
ll his own schooling from
the seventh grade through his
r's degree in education.
mised that he would attempt
to secure adequate salaries for
the teachers. "I know you get no
than you pay for as a rule."
ti< mmented. "but I shall see
to it that you. the tax payers.
ncreased benefits for
pay The teacher must
render a higher quality of school
and community service."
Mai Englander. can,:
the office : ustice of the peace.
: fth disti..:. including Miami
bide and Golden
RE-ELECT
W. M. (Newt)
HUDSON
YOUR
CONSTABLE
1st District
Pull Lever 50C
Subject to Democratic
Primary
"The Southern Conference for
Human Welfare has been of-
ficially labeled a Communist
organization by the Un-
American Affairs Committee of
Congress." Robert R. Taylor,
county solicitor, said this week.
Stating that "the advertising
campaign started Monday in the
Miami papers demanding that I
stop my activities in the prosecu-
tion of Communists, as the first
time the party has openly come
out in demanding that our laws
and system of government be
changed to make their members
immune from arrest and prosecu-
tion."
Other achievements set forth
by Taylor in describing his 16
of tenure in the office of
Dade county solicitor, include his
defeat of the salary loan "sharks,"
the wife desertion bill, recently
d by the New York Assem-
bly, and now awaiting Governor
Dewey's signature; the rule per-
mitting criminal suspects to
waive jury trials, and the sug-
gested National Vagrancy Law
which will be submitted to Con-
gress in the near future. This law
is to enable the FBI to. assist in
the handling of the Migratory
Criminal, "one of the biggest
headaches of the resort areas,
such as Miami, New Orleans and
L Angeles." Over forty thousand
cases have gone through Taylor's
hands with a record of 92 per
cent convictions.
Enlisting in the Navy in World
War I. he spent part of his serv-
ice in the Intelligence branch. He
was discharged in 1918 as chief
yeoman.
R. P. Terry who has served on
the school board of the county
tor the last ten years, has an-
nounced that he is a candidate
for re-election to that post.
The former teacher and busi-
ness man states that he has al-
ways insisted upon non-political,
nest, efficient business adminis-
tration of schools; selection of
school personnel on the basis of
character, training, experience
and ability with pay commensur-
..-.e therewith: economy in ex-
penditure of tax money; rapid
improvement of a'.l school facili-
ties as conditions permit: and
nstant advance planning for

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school needs in the community.
Terry has set forth his record
of accomplishments for Dade
county as a basis for his cam-
paign, specifying the proposals he
has made to the board which were
procured to the benefit oi the
county. Included are the school
insurance program. Vocational
Educational building and the
broader physical education pro-
gram.
,*-':.- .V
S. J. Robinson, Miami business-
man, is a candidate for county
commissioner from district two.
No higher taxes for Dade coun-
ty home owners and an "open
door policy" head his platform.
Robinson also promises to donate
full time to the job, to seek im-
mediate action on flood control
by the county as well as better
drinking water, convalescent
home for the aged and needy, and
no confiscation of property for
unpaid taxes and to work for all
the people.
Joe Hendricks, canrtu .
delegate to the rtfiSfe*
cratic Convention, sS>
.snot running for ***
sons but "because IS? *
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PAGE SEVEN
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JsHlstncrkflan
Personally Speaking .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex S. Cohen of Miami have as their quests
Mrs. Cohen's brother and nephew. Moses Dolinsky and Sher-
man Shatz of Charleston, West Virginia.
* + *
Mrs. Herbert Blumenthal of Savannah spent the f.rst few
Ben Ilanfoannis
Receive Friends
At Versailles
Announcement is made by Mr.
and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum of the
V sailles hotel. Miami Beach, of
ption and party to be held
mrs. neroen Diumeninai 01 oavannan spem mc .<" =-------------- o
days of Passover with her parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April Sunday, May -. ^^n '
of 1845 S.W. 9th St. She returned to her home on Monday. J r" "h
and the fc
"^ ^* "^
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kauders announce the birth of a son.
Richard Alexander on April 20 at Jackson Memorial hospital.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin will move into their new home
tomorrow at 1941 S.W. 18th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. M lton Dreyfus of 3415 Sheridan Ave., Miami
Beach, are to be home tomorrow from an extended trip during
which they attended the wedding of their daughter to Thomas
Hall in Dallas. They expect to join the newlyweds here.
* *
Mrs Bertha Malamut became
the I I Danbaum April 8.
at Temple Israel where Rabbi
an Zwitman performed the
.-, rem ny, attended by intimate
,:. Is and tamily only. On their
n. the Danbaums visit-
. | N, w York City where they
: the Waldo
red to Atlantic
City and Washington where they
nti lamed by
mutual friends. They returned to
For the first time in many years the entire Langner family y- .... Beach on April 25
were together for the first Passover seder at the home of Mr. pj ,rai decorations for the set-
and Mrs. Isidor Langner, 2283 S.W. 17th St. Children present ing m the Gulfstream room
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Langner, Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, Mr. being handled by Mrs. Danbaum
and Mrs. Philip V. Salmon and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz. Grand- .lly.
ch ldren included Miss Joan Langner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. I In th rig line beside the
Rothlein, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Rothlein, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Danbaums will be Mrs. Le nard
S. Rothlein, Mvron H. Salmon, Herschel L. Salmon, Martin R. H Adelman. bride's daughter and
Hurwitz and Marilyn A. Hurwitz. Only grandchild, Arlene Roth- Mss Sonya Danbaum. daughter
lein, was also present.
-fc *
Miss Paula Gaines of New York has returned from a visit
here with her mother, Mrs. Gus Ginsberg of Miami.
* *
of Mr. Danbaum.
Th< music will be furnished by
H Poi irchestra,
.:1s to be rendered by
Mr P
ims residence is 20u
A son. Ira, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman of \v r Alt Drive, Miami Beach.
2601 S.W. 2nd Ave., last Monday in Jackson Memorial hosp.tcl. dur-
"*** :... mer months
Miss Naomi Machtei, a student at Florida State University, ------------------------------
TaUahaasee spent Passover weekend with her parents, Rabbi paul Enfield, Bride
ana Mrs. S. M. Machtei, guests at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach
* *
Mrs. Victor Mell of 2273 S.W. 12th St. has left for
tended trip in the East
visiting relat.ves and friends.
an ex-
Al Gottesrr.cn has left for Hot Springs, Ark., where he will
spend c month before joining his son, Joe, in Hollywood, an
assistant producer. He plans to join his son in the motion
picture industry.
MISS DrvMiick
llevoals Troth
f Miss H riet Dn --
nick, : Mr and Mrs
Dr. snick : th St
M to Samuel K --.
son Kess
N ''' 121 A. is need to-
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{ at a
p.m. tel Mi-
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lowne. Pa. S ;
Rose B nai B'rith '
en.
A e: : Edis n Ti
university in New Y rk the
prospective bi idegr -
three years with I y Air
during the war. He i>
member of Harvey Seeds p st
American Legion, and is n th
board of the Miami YM & WHA
No plans have been made for,
the wedding-
Fine Quality
At l.im Prices
Ethel presents smart neic
dresses, in a smart shop,
popuiar-.ly pneed because ir
:s out of the high rent
district. Why not brouse
around at the Erheletn
Dress Shop and be con-
vinced that here high pr-.ces
have been beat.
ETHELEIN
DRESS SHOP
236 N. MIAMI AVE.
Take West Indies Trip
Wedding of Miss Frances
of Atlanta to Paul En-
field of Miami Beach took place
at the Progressive club in At-
lanta Sunday. April 11.
Carrying a bible covered with
white orchids Mrs. Enfield was
tten led by her sister. Mrs. Jack
Katz of Charlottesville. Va..
matron of honor; Carole Ann
Katz. niece of the bride, flower
girl.
Kurt Enfield served as best
man for his brother.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Sinkowitz of Atlanta. Mrs.
Enfuld is a graduate of Druid-
Hills High school. Atlanta. She
attended the University of Ala-
The bridegroom, son of Hi
and Mrs. Henry Enfield. 1701
{an Ave.. Miami Beach, was
graduated from Miami Beach
High school and attended R Uins
college. A veteran combat photo-
grapher in the Pacific during the
he is now associated with
Enfie'.d's Camera shop.
F:- heir honeymoon in
Indies, the newlyweds
are to reside at 1521 Michigan
Ave. Miami Beach.
'
Third Seder Proceeds
To Adopt Orphans
Workmi e. Branch 692
Miami Beach, in njunction with
" Women's Cub. is plai :..-... -
adopt twe additional your..
I from am ngs! the rphani I
Thomas Halls
Honeymoon Here
Charlotte D Simon, daughter
Mill D D. Drev-
[" f Miami 3each. and Thom'a
G- "a 1. n of Mr. ,,ni Mrs
Harry J Gross of Dallas. 1
were uniti I April 16 by an im-
: wedding in the
lome of the groom. The n.
iave been hone;
;. in Miami Beach at the'home'of
ride's
Mrs. Benjamin Danbaum
Millers Reside
In Alabama
Miss Harriet Levine and Dr.
Murray Miller exchanged vows
April 11 in New York. The cere-
mony was followed by a recep-
tion in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Levine of
that city.
Dr. Miller is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam B. Miller of Miami.
Attending the wedding besides
the grooms parents were his
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg of
Birmingham. Ala.
The bride attended schools in
New York and Sophie Newcomb
college in New Orleans. A grad-
uate of Miami Senior High school,
the bridegroom attended the Un-
lity of Florida. He received
degree from Southern Col-
lege of Optometry where he was i
member of Omega Epsilon Phi. I
Following a honeymoon on Mi-
ami Beach the Millers are mak- I
ing their home in Gadsden. Ala.,
where he will practice optqme-
Hadassah B & P Women
Schedule Elections
Business arid Professioul
Women's Divisi r. Miami Chap-1
i ter of Ha will elect of-
ficers at B meeting sched-
uled for .'.: 3:30 p.m. ac-
cording to an .i.inouncement by
Miss Ethel Wi I in, president.
The group will meet in the new
YMHA. In addition to the slate of
officers prepared by the nominat-
ing committee, ruminations wffl i
be open from the floor.
Plans will also be formulated j
for a Mother's Day program
be held on M nday evening. Mar
10th, at which time all mothen j
of members will be guests.
IBtfiEU UncoLq
tion of European Jewry.
For that purpose the branch
Beach
attended
dren of Europe T
the yearly J Pa;en" 'llow,g
High school the :-:
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^Jmlsii Fh radical
PAGE NINE
few I^odge Elects
Irs. Phillips
I Mr-; Stanley Phillips of 1825
[iarriz Dr., has been elected the
Lt president of the newly or-
Knia-d Women's chapter of North
tore lodge, B'nai B'rith.
[Other ofticers elected to serve
fcth Mrs. Phillips are: vice pres-
|cni Mrs. Mark Silverstein;
fcasurer, Mrs. Louis Sherman;
L',.' sec, Mrs. Selma Leban;
Cording sec., Mrs. David Shiff-
an; f.nancial sec, Mrs. Hal
.bans; sentinel, Mrs. Cohen;
fonitor, Mrs. Lewis Safft; and
.. Mrs. Malcolm First and
,. George Gallander.
id to serve on the execu-
ard of the group are the
s Sol Schwartz, Leo Sol-
non. Fred Somerstein, Sal Sollo-
Ijv, Nathan Feinberg, Sidney
rg Clarence Samuels and
jney stolman.
chapter sponsored a mem-
ning recently, a.ttend-
Ihan 150 persons whe
George J. Talianoff, Flor-
nal director of the Anti-
i League, tell of the
taxational programs launched
jjv the B'nai B'rith to combat in-
tolerance and bigotry.
iGordon-Miller
Nuptials Announced
Announcement of the marriage
am Miller to Ralph Gor-
March 26 at Anshe Emet
gue in New Brunswick.
| J. is made by the bride's
n\- Mr. and Mis. Bertram
T)493 N. Bay Road, Miami
Jeach Rabbi Keller of New
;ck officiated at the cere-
- ny
The bride is a graduate of Lake
flew High school, Chicago and
[Northwestern University, when
phe received her B.S. degree. She
attended the University of Illi-
Inoii Chicago's Teachers Col-
[lege as well as Anshe Emet He-
brew and Sunday schools and
was graduated from the college
1 departir. ent of the synagogue.
I Having received her Sunday
school teacher training at the
Colletto of Jewish Studies, Chi-
[cago, Miss Miller has been teach-
ing in Miami Beach for the past
two years.
Mr. Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Gordon, of New
Brunswick, is a graduate of New
Brunswick High school and at-
tended Ohio State University. An
officer in the navy for three
years, he received his BBA de-
gree in February from the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The couple will make their
temporary home at 36 Albany
St., New Brunswick.
Mrs. Stanley Phillips
Mrs. Irving Becker, a past pres-
ident of District Grand Lodge No.
6 in Chicago has acted as sponsor
and advisor to the new group.
Plans are under way for a
joint installation affair at which
time officers of the North Shore
lodge and Women's chapter will
be installed.
Sholom Temple
Ladies Install
Mrs. Krensky
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky, 4955
Delaware Ave., Miami Beach,
was unanimously elected presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood, at the annual elec-
tion meeting of the Sisterhood
held Wednesday, April 21.
Formerly of Chicago, Mrs.
Krensky attended the University
>f Illinois and Chicago University
"ind is a member of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Sorority. She replaces
Mrs. Alexander Kogan who has
held the presidency of the Sister-
hood for the past two years.
Other officers elected were
Mrs. Bessie Nelson, Mrs. William
Farr and Mrs. Abe Blatt, vice
presidents; Mrs. Arthur England,
recording secretary; Mrs. Ben-
jamin Seidler, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Bert Whitman, fi-
nancial secretary, and Mrs. I. C.
Greenberg, treasurer.
Installation of officers will take
place on Wednesday, May 19th,
at 1 p.m., at a luncheon at the
Martinique hotel. Reservations
can be obtained from Mrs. Wil-
liam Farr, chairman of the ar-
rangements committee, and Mrs.
Irving Rothman, reservations
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David Walterman, program chairman; and Mrs. George Cohen,
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Methodist Students
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Over 300 people attended the
Temple Israel first seder Friday
night, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
conducting. Adolph Wertheimer
was in charge of arrangements.
The senior services were pre-
ceded by a children's model seder,
Sunday, April 18, sponsored by
the Sisterhood and attended by
four classes of the Riverside
Methodist church with their
teachers. The Riverside children
participated with the more than
200 Temple religious school stu-
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'eating the matzos and taking
part in the symbolic traditions.
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Miss Ethel Pont was elected
president of Emma Lazarus
chapter of B'nai B'rith Women at
a meeting of the group last Tues-
day evening.
Chosen to serve with her were
Miss Dorothy Rader, first vice
pres.; Miss Tillie Livingston,
second vice pres.; Miss Miriam
Goldstein, recording sec; Mrs.
Ruth Katzif. corresponding sec;
Miss Irene Sklar, financial sec;
Miss Charlotte Ahrens, treas.
Mrs. Harriet Bennet, Mrs.
Bernie Swisko, Mrs. Frances
Giller and the Misses Lillian Eis-
man, Lillian Sach, Lynn Warner,
Gertrude Ziegler, Florence Engle
and Paula Horowitz were elect-
ed to the board.
Miss Pont and Miss Sac'i will
attend the fifth district conven-
tion in Washington, May 29 to
June 2.
Installation of officers is to
take place May 16 in Betty's
restaurant. Reservations may be
made until May 11 by calling
Miss Pont at 3-8466 before 5 p.m.
Pioneer Women
Benefit Show
Seen at Flamingo
A benefit show for the Pales-
tine Emergency fund and the
Child Rescue fund of the Pioneer
Women's organization will be
given by the Greater Miami
council in Flamingo park May 2,
according to an announcement by
chairmen of-the local Child Res-
cue funds, Mrs. Pearl Krieger,
club No. 1; Mrs. Hadassah Ratner,
club 2; and Mrs. Bess Faber,
Kadimah chapter.
In the event of rain the per-
formance is to be given at the
same time, 8 p.m., the following
night.
Headed by the noted Polish
heatrical star Chana Grosberg
with Anyuta Melicov at the piano,
the program includes Nana
iwanowa, concert violinist who
recently arrived from Switzer-
land, accompanied by Mary Arico.
Bernard Ostfeld, European
ballet artist, will typify Jewish
dances; and Dr. Paul Beck,
dramatic tenor from Yugoslavia
and Ruth Brotman, popular so-
prano, will sing operatic and
musical comedy duets.
Tickets for $1.00 plus tax, bench
seats, and $.75, bleachers, are on
sale at Condave's Music store,
1224 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Hadassah Honors
Quota Members
At Luncheon
Reward luncheon, sponsored by
two Hadassah groups, the Miami
Beach and Deborah, for those
women -who have attained their
$50 quota, will be held on Mon-
day, at 12:30 p.m. at the Shel-
borne hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff is program
chairman and Mrs. Walter Cohen
will give the invocation. Mrs.
Murray Grossman is to speak on
the theme, "Bringing Palestinian
Culture To You." Mrs. Miiion
Wolf, luncheon chairman, will
speak on the purp S3 of the
meeting. Mrs. Alfred Stone,
known for her dramatic ability,
will narrate on the movie slides,
"Fortress of Mercy."
Herman Freed and Miss Anne
Wayne, musical and dance di-
rectors of the Miami Beach YM
& YWHA. are directing Palestin-
ian song and dance numbers,
which include the following par-
ticipants: Mesdames Jerry Grang-
er, J. Jacobi, M. Yalman, J. Muf-
son, Jandon Schwarz, Leo Levin,
Ben Grenald and W. I. Iver, with
Mrs. David Walterman interpret-
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Mrs. Benjamin B. Goldstein
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Je*isi> fhridian
III! Coaneil
Elect Leaders
B'nai B'rith Council of Greater
Miami will elect officers at a
special meeting scheduled for
Wednesday. 8:15 p.m.. at 330 Sey-
bold Building.
Designated by the nominating
committee to serve for 1948 and
1949 were the following candi-
dates: pres.. Sidney Aronovitz:
vice pres.. E. Albert Pallot: vice
pres., Dr. Leonard Ghckstein:
secretary. Mrs. Norman Giller.
treasurer. Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Additional nominations will be
acceptable at the Wednesday eve-
ning meeting.
All delegates or their alternates
are urged to attend this meeting
at which time plans will be dis-
cussed for the fund-raising cam-
paign which culminates at the
Benefit Carnival on May 23. at
the Miami Beach "Y".
Hebrew School Engages
Cantor Leibele Urlich
Cantor Leibele Urlich who will
chant concluding Passover serv-
ices for the M:ami Hebrew School
and Junior congregation at the
building. 1101 S.W. 12th Ave. Hi
Gables Tenter
Holds Election
Dr. Leonard Glickstem. Lee
Platt and Murray WeyiM r
been nominated for president of
the Coral Gables Jewish center
Elections are to take place at the
next meeting, Sunday. May 2. .;:
Hillel House. 3306 P. nee de Leon
Blvd.. 8:15 p.m
Other nominations released by
Herman Fisher, electi >n mm t-
Jay C n<
and Sam Schulefand.
denl E.:;..:- H Mi
Mrs A v."
Mrs A Lev::.
Muri ''' ; ::;: (inane -
Fifteen members
l ted from a list I
Hebrew Academy Ladies
Leadies League of the Hebrew
\cndemv sponsored a game party
Tuesdav evening in the Albion
hotel. Miami Beach. Proceeds are
to be given to the school.
The league has also launched
a drive for collection of clothing
m conjunction with the SOS cam-
_^LAPRn.3o
HM"*"
Beach WC 3rd Seder
Workmen's circle, branch 692
I Miami Beach, and the women's
club, are sponsoring third seder
Sunday, May 2. at 6 p.m. Pro-
ceeds are to be used to adopt
two Jewish orphans in Europe.
Held at the Lyceum. 25 Wash-
. Avi the evening will In-
new Ha-
gaddah. community singing and
a traditional seder meal prepared
by the women. Ri tiona are
52 SO a person.
B'nai B'rith Girls Plan
Leap Year Picnic
A ill be
Mi y :::: ..: G
Z B -; Bnai
iris. T :
: ( girls
Cantor D'rlich
also conduct a special Yisk
service.
Cantor Urlich served at the
Shirel Thilim Delibauer
gogue and at the Congregati
arei Zedek in S:. L uis
N< ti( k< ts an at the
holidaj All members and
friends are invited to attend.
Couples will leave from the
town YM & WHA at 10 a.m. on
In provided for trans-
I rtal
T..K-. ts may be btained from
any B Z. B. member or by call-
ing 4-0353. The pubho is invited.,
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Attended R,verdt Element-
H,gh School*.
One of Miami's Most Pro-
gressive Law Enforcement
Officers
'XET'S MAKE THIS
OFFICE ACTIVE"
I Political Adv.
JUDGE A MAN
BY HIS RECORD
In the 1945 Legislature GEORGE S.
OKELL sponsored and steered to
passage
1Dade County Port Authority Bill
2Miami-County Single Registration Bill
&School District Consolidation Bill
?-County Water Conservation Bill
Other members of the House voted
OKELL the OUTSTANDING first-
term member.
The OKELL program for the 1949 State Legislature:
l-Laws to support U.S. Engineers' Flood Control and Water Conservation
Plans and recommendations.
^Appropriations to complete School Foundation Program.
r" Sllanng b* S'*e with municipalities. ^^
?-Opposihon to any form of State sales tax.
^-Oppostuon to unnecessary ate spending.
Judge a candidate by his record. George Okell's record merits
nim a second term. His program is worthy of your vote.
GEORGE S. OKELL
Representative. State Legislature. Group 1. Dade County


MfmarMM
)AY, APRIL 301948
I
p Reveals
icational
.idance Plans
lelen Temple, chairman of the
|th committee of .the Miami
& WHA has announced that
plans have been completed
[the establishing of a vocation-
guidance service for .teen-age
_ngsters. The purpose of this
Ipam is to give young men
h women advice concerning
L future life's work.
Ijn doing this we will en-
kvor to be as scientific as we
Bibly can," Mrs. Temple ex-
bned. "We will make ample
. of all the modern testing de-
es known in the field of ed-
ition and psychology. We will
te the equipment and tests so
|t we can best ascertain an in-
fidual's aptitude to music, art,
n-ical work and mechanical en-
tvors. Aside from our testing
gram we will make available
[everyone information concern-
the various educational in-
Kutions and professions, as well
the school trades and other
lids of work.
/Everybody is welcome to take
Inntage of ou* services for
Jiich there will be no fee," she
ded "We will endeavor to help
Jybody with any type of prob-
that confronts them and if
feel we are not capable to
^pe with this individual's prob-
n, we will recommend a suit-
tie agency that we know can
kip.
| "We are especially interested
having the parents come to
; us about the problems of their
hildren. All our work will be in
krictest confidence and the data
\ie derive from our program will
used for professional purposes
nly."
' Those desiring to avail them-
elves of this service are advised
i contact Martin Rubinstein, di-
ector of vocational service at
he Miami "Y."
+Jei*tifhridrfon
PAGE ELEVEN
Al Block Candidate
As Convention Delegate
The "great need of the Demo-
cratic Party" was described this
week by Al B. Block, president
of the Leon County Young
Democratic Club as "a man with
ideals who possesses the warmth
for people, the capacity for lead-
ership, and a popular following
such as is exemplified by the
personality of Ike Eisenhower."
Block, president of the largest
Young Democratic Club in the
state and a candidate for delegate,
state-at-large, to the Democratir
National Convention, stated "the
Democratic party faces a crisis
which must be met with in-
telligent and vigorous leader-
ship."
"It shall be my purpose as a
delegate to the convention to en-
courage, work for, and suppoit
a leadership which will be ac-
ceptable to the majority of '.he
people of our country."
"To assure peace in our time,"
Block continued, "this leadership
must be able to give to our na-
tion the guidance with which
it may properly assume its place
in the vanguard of world coun-
cils."
Block has served as National
Committeeman for the Young
Democrats of America and is
past president of the Florida
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
the Tallahassee Jaycees, and the
Tallahassee Senior Chamber. He
is now president of the Florida
Master Printers.
A former member of the Flor-
ida Citizens Committee on Edu-
cation, Block was recently ap-
pointed to the State Advisory
Council on Education and the
State Apprenticeship Council.
Miami T Dance
Second in a series of bi-weekly
dances will be held on Saturday
evening, May 8, at the Miami Y,
according to Sam Seitlin, chair-
man of the social committee.
Dave Tyler will furnish the
music for the occasion and ad-
mission will be $1 plus tax.
Duncraggon Inn, N. C
Adds New Facilities
Duncraggon Inn, Henderson-
ville, N. C, has opened a new
Presidential lodge containing 12
large private bedrooms with
private baths, completely furn-
ished. The well known summer
resort, operated by Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Lewis of Miami Beach,
has added several other new
features, including a dance pa-
vilion where entertainment will
be given and movies shown. A
counsellor has also been engaged
for the children.
The most human, understanding and loyal
personality in local politics that I have ever met.
I consider it a privilege to vote for and support
LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 5
and I recommend him to all my friends.
ERNIE WOOLFE
S. E. "Doc." SPAULDING
For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT No. 1
Pioneer Business Man
SYMPATHETIC TO EVERY
DESERVING CAUSE
Paid Political Adv.
DICK
ERVIN
FOR
ATTORNEY GENERAL
ELECT
Fred W. McCall, Jr.
SUPERINTENDENT
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
"A Complete Educational
Program for Dade County
for
Resident of D.d. Counlr 28 Year.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Master of EducationUniversity of Kg""
Bachelor of ArtsUniversity of ""t#m
19 years in the Dade County school sysi Educational
Actual exp.ri.nce with all phaae. of tne
Program Miional Professional
Holder of many LocU. State, and Nationa.
officea *" political Adv.
Abla Leadar
RICHARD W. ERVIN
Has helped bring many good
things to Florida.
Better Highways
Toll Free Bridges
Highway Beatifica-
tion and Safety
Sound financing
county and city debts
With your help Dick Ervin.
as Florida's Attorney Gener-
al, can do even more
sound and efficient govern-
ment continued progress
in education capable, im-
partial legal service lor the
people of Florida and all
branches of state govern-
ment.
Your support of DICK ERVIN
will be a contribution to
good government in Florida
and will be sincerely ap-
preciated.
Pol Adv. Paid by Pade County
friends of Dl.-k BTVln
RE-ELECT
GLENN C. MINCER
Your State Attorney
Mincer hai obtained convic-
tions in 35 capital cases. He
has never lost any important
case, nor has he ever had a
conviction upset by the Su-
preme Court.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Vote for
A. W. (Bert)
SIMPSON
for
Constable
5th DISTRICTDADE COUNTY
CHIEF OF POLICE, MIAMI BEACH. FOR
6 YEARS
14 Years Experience in" Law Enforcement
World War Veteran
Your Vote Will be Appreciated
Paid Political Adv.
-.

RE-ELECT
RICHARD 'CHUBBY'
OELKERS
Representative State
Legislature
GROUP 2
Your Vote and Support
Appreciated
Paid Political Adv.
T i
THE INCUMBENT DOES NOT SEEK RE-ELECTION
YOU WILL ELECT A NEW CONSTABLE; WHY NOT
ELECT
C. E. "CHARLIE"
RODGERS
CONSTABLE
3rd DISTRICT
Your Friendly and
Courteous Representative
L.U....-.....m
7 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT
OFFICER. 18 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY.
Paid Political Adv.

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Paid Politic*! Adv.


PAGE TWELVE
vJewlst fkrkHairt
nUDAY, APRIL
Congress Ladies
To Install
Mrs. A. A. Hayden, president,
and Mrs. Joseph M. Fine, honor-
ary president, head the list of
officers unanimously elected by
the Miami chapter. Women's Di-
vision, American Jewish Con-
gress.
Installation is to be held Thurs-
day. May 6 at 12:30 p.m. in
Betty's restaurant, 1440 Biscayne
Blvd. Guest speaker will be Rab-
bi Albert Michelfl of the Hillel
foundation. Mrs. Louis Glasser,
president of the Florida W m-
en's division and a national vice
president, will install the local
officers followed by a musical
program.
Serving with Mrs. Hayden and
Mrs. Fine will be Mrs. Mark Kap-
lan. 1st vice pres.; Mrs. Leonore
Curtice. 2nd vice pies : Mrs Her-
bert Scher, 3rd vice pres.: Mrs.
David Rabinowitz, 4th vice pres.:
Mrs. Sol C. Finn. rec. sec: Mrs.
E. B. Harris and Mrs. Bessio
Elman. corres, sec; Mrs. Amos
Benjamin, fin. sec: Mrs. A. L-add,
treas.
RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
with
i
nhm
at
nts
tiu-
LIBERAL
Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
Chase are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi
Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Friday mornlni 10: Joseph E. HackoviKy.
i by the
,.f Junior
Congregation Beth Tfilah, 935
Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi
Krld
a.m. I
a.m. Rabbi K inlth will preach Fri-
day evenlni it 8:1* p ro. Rabbi
i H. Ka 111 preach. B I i
day morning gervlcea at 10:4
en i Rabbi
h W ill BPi .ik "Tl "Hi r Q
We !'.: Jet."
a.m. i'i children from thi asei
i to i r_- High school of Jew leh \|
Sunday morning, :4S a.m.
for young people 15 y-ai e of i
nate week-
lays afternoona, boyi and girl
s
^:_- lu %. I ially moi i
.it 10
\ Ic) will speak "n
\- idaj venlng
i% in"' n-
!:. hi.i Rai k-
on "i mi Parents "
Mini ha a(
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin. Mrs. Is:- Max Kaufman.
REFORM
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th st.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwilman; Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus.
lal for Passovi
day mi ming .it :i a. m. Rabbi Zwltman
. on the topic "Thi Di
\\ bi Wt X- >vt Ri
! )
i;. I v preai Q
In and Above the Battli S
Bt 11 a in.
Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. An-
drews ave.. Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi David Raab.
-. ea at 8:00 p.m
Ral bi Raab n ipi I
a.m.
Jewish Community Center,
2020 Polk St., Hollywood. Rabbi
i, ,i bj Bhalos Seudoa.
follow? Ilallj morning sen
a. i bj claai
n Ml ''s '''
. m followi d bj
... and cusl ma Followed bj
dor Cohen and Mrs. F:nc are
trustees.
Board of directors consists of
Mrs. Michael Arnold. Mrs J sepl
Mrs. Charles Belanoff, Mrs
Samuel Beck. Mrs. C. Kasov. Mrs.
'- r Fine, Mrs. Jerry Goldman.
Mrs. M. Gordon, Mrs Sidney L
Lewis, Mrs. Robert Leven, Mrs
ttc Mrs J --
eph M n Ires, Mrs. J. k s
Mrs. Herbert Silver and Mrs P
Zimmerman.
F
\ enl
will -
.
ORTHODOX
Congregation Beth Jacob, 301-
311 Washington ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Bervli-e? ol the P i
hi lldaj Frldas and Saturdaj r
Mi
\ Paltl In Si arch ol
People," and will apeak on \ Soi a
f >r the Dead e Tlakor
len ea Saturday n* Friday
evening < n I p m i 'li
the direction of Ma\
i of th,- fa, ulty each morning.
LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVEE. 8-C LEVER 8-C
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tUlR I JOHN C. JOHNSON |V|R K
LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C LEVER 8-C
LEVEF v-LEVEr IO ur County Commissioner ?p lfc
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Miami Hebrev, School and
Junior Congregation, 1101 S.W.
12th ave. Rabbi Simon April.
IC -. n li l B Bl 9 a in
- iir ( Faith."
it 6:30 p.m.
it 9 a m
h will chant
taaover. Mln
hool al
Hi to
p.m.
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, 590 S.W. 17lh ave.
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
:
oi "Song
,.; F th M Sat-
a.m.
i'iakor al ::
on Ei F Ulncha al 6 10
p.m. Sui it 10 a in. He-
brew i to 6:30 p.m.
CONSERVATIVE
Congregation Beth David, 135
N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max
Shapiro: Rev. Maurice Mamches.
I I'.iHW.ViT aervlcei '
day. Vlzk"i pi Satui day at 10
i.m. R dls-
'.'. I.iv. With Mi
lay morning al
i
Miami Beach Jewish Commun-
ity Center. 1415 Euclid ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
r
K. li
lay mornh i at 9 am
i.'h- : ii '.i apeak on tin
I i own Self Be
F evi naj n 6:46 p.m.
I'lcea at 9 a m
. on rhe Parting of
Wn s A Memorial Bei mon.'1
i Kundaj school
i" i brealtfaat
9 a Hi bi w iellgioua school
Th n I iy 3:.1ti to
1 p.m. Pre-kindergarten Monday
n rnl ga, 9 till noon.
Eeth Jacob Organizes
Cub Scout Group
Jacob scout committee has
scheduled :.n organization meet-
ing to which it is inviting the
p.,rents f all cub scouts for the
ntation of the Cub Scout
in and the establishment
:i Wednesday Ma\
at 7 p.m. Den mothers wiil
app inted and the Parents
Scouting Seminar will be ex-
plained.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. chair-
man of the scouting committee
| will preside.
HE HAS SERVED YOU WELL
Re-Elect
RP.
TERRY
School Board
Member
(Board of Public Instruction, Dado County,
District No. 4)
"A NON-POLITICAL, honest, efficient
business administration"
Pull Lever 30-B
Paid Political Adv.
Everglades Club Holds
Dance, Boat Ride
vent of the Workmen^
les Cub will be a
dance tonight to be
the Lyceum. 1545 SW
3rd St.
' ride on the Seminole
Queen is pbnned for Memorial
Day evening, May 30 Reserva-
may be made by calling
' huldiner. 2-1636.
Obituaries
MAX MILLER
a fnUnw'
rhiajto,
Rher! -'n;
ere
rial
tit Neboc,
Of -roM!;L",;N,Gl-ASSER
Mm
ronowed attfEug as
... ,. JULIUS A RON SON
r-v?w^ff 'h& SVatt*r W !
%y'il Home
Holds Concert
A concert for the residents of
the Jewish Home for the Aged
.s being arranged for Sunday,
May 2nd, at 2 p.m. at the Home,
335 S.W. 12th Ave.
Included on the program are:
Cantor Elimelech Niesen, vocal-
ist of Jewish and Hebrew songs;
Mrs. Mollie Weissman, wh will
sing Jewish songs and accompany
herself on the accor'dian; Miss
Pauline Pfefferman, Yiddish
vocalist who accompanies herself
on the accordian; and Samuel
Hadiuck, also singing Yiddish
Junior Hadossah *,
Newly formed Mb*,-
Junior Hadassah isJl m *
first social affair, scS?**
Sunday night, at B^"*1''
be held at the home of Mi L*11
Bogen at 139 S.E J K>
The party is oper, ,' a^
girls and boy, ^ "^
without escorts. Refr *k *
wi.I be served, and thiI S
dancing and entertain *
Plied by the group*'""*"
songs. ~^
Refreshments will be ^j
The public is invited to atl^*
ELECT
R. B. "BUNN"
GAUTIER
STATE SENATOR
WORLD WAR II VETERAN
LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF DADE COUNT!
GAUTIER has a proven record of Legislative accomplish-
ments. GAUTIER voted against all new proposed to
measures in 1943 and 1947 session of the Legislature.
GAUTIER worked for state aid for schools and additional
benef ts to teachers. GAUTIER voted for increased benefits
tc the aged, the blind and needy children.
Elect R. B. "BUNN" GAUTIER Your State Senator
-----------.___________________________________Paid I'ullllcal A4t
.!niii,u:.:iil.t!!il,Ui.;i.!:tul;li|HHiln,li.i:l.': 1:1 ;i:
Hear MARSH discuss
your problem in selecting
a Circuit Judge over
WIOD on following
dates:
May 1, 9:55 A.M.
May 3, 11:25 P.M.
JOHN D. MARSH
A Candidate for CIRCUIT JUDGE (Group 1)
who believes that justice should be adminis-
tered fairly and impartially regardless oi
person, condition, race, or creed without ex-
horbitant cost to the litigants. One who is open-
ly opposed to the costly Special-Master Evil.
Pol. adv. paid for by committee for election of John D. Mann
CONTINUE
PROGRESS
IN DADE SCHOOLS
Re-eleet
James T. WILSON
Superintendent of
Public Instruction


RIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948
Political Roundup
prominent businessman, J. L.
lumnuT, is a candidate for mem-
lr of the county school board,
fi district.
lA native of Florida and a resi-
L, f Miami for 17 years, Plum-
tr has proposed if elected to
ek adequate classroom hous-
g adequate financing; improve-
lent in teaching personnel both
education and pedigogical
Ldards and in personal qual-
fcations; and school facilities,
tee from political alignments
L pressures and other outside
Joints that react detrimentally
I classroom work and on the
-hool population."
fpiummer, a graduate of public
L ,N here, is married and has
children. He is active in the
m ittah Lions club, Miami
smists dub and Sportsman's
iui, as well as P.-T. A. and other
Ik, .1 committees.
I |or Langner, active Zionist.
Cote a letter last week endors-
lg Hayes Wood for county tom-
fsloner from district 4.
"Fro mmy knowledge of Hayes
frond as a citizen, a courteous,
endly and congenial neighbor,"
angrier states, "I am pleased to
commend him to you for elec-
on to the office of county com-
pi.,.. ner, district four, Dade
punty."
j Wood served as Dade county
px Hector from 1936 until he
bined the navy during the war.
he veteran naval officer claims
Bat he changed that office from
"political football" to an office
nown for its service to the peo-
lle. During this period he handled
ver sixty millions of dollars in
lublic monies, "without loss of
l dime or misspending of a single
ent."
A graduate of the University
\,i Miami, active in many civic
md welfare activities, Wood has
left his "doorstep" campaign in
he charge of his four s ons,
byes, Jr., David. Hugh and
Thomas.
Margaret Mason, president of
he Southern Timetable Distribu-
ting Co., Inc., and of Travel, Inc.,
I a candidate for delegate of the
hational Democratic convention
pom the state of Florida at large.
Mrs. Mason, "a business execu-
tive for America's greatest busi-
ness government," expressed in
her announcement a belief in the
peed for a strong united America.
She also proposed to seek a firm
foreign policy, the world's strong-
Jest air force, a stronger united
Florida"as a factor in foreign
policy," increase in inter-Ameri-
pan trade, and an intensified pro-
notion .f Florida as a year-round
place to live.
The Winter Haven Herald, a
weekly publication, last week
Paid tribute to Nathan Mayo,
i
i
i
i
Your Attorney General
should be qualified by
proven ability in the
I! legal field. Measure
i J your candidate and se-
lect Grady Burton on
i his successful record of
J public service Which in-
! eludes 18 years as a
state attorney in Flor-
ida.
i
i
i
ELECT
L. GRADY
BURTON
ATTORNEY
GENERAL
Pd. Political Adv.
commissioner of agriculture.
Stating that friends of the 25-
year commissioner were organ-
izing to give him the highest vote
he has ever received, the edi-
torial referred to a "well de-
served tribute to a state official
who has done more than any
other man in the state, and whose
years of service are by no means
ended. He means so much to the
state that even if he desired to
retire," it predicted, "there would
be a wave of protest from Pensa-
cola to Key West."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Dullness under the fictitious name of
LARRY'S SUNDRY at 1733 Coral Way,
Miami, Florida, Intend to register
wild name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
SAIL, L. COHEN
MAKY G. COHEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants.
4/30 6/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N AY.
Seventh Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court- of Dade County.
Florida.
TIMOTHY WATKINS
WILLIAM BUTHWELL
JACK ORR
ROBERT POLLOCK
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
4/3D 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SITKEME SUPER STORES, INC.,
4633 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade
County, Florida.
MIRIAM LEVY
LESLIE FAIRMONT
IRVIN FAGGEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SM1TTYS GARAGE at 225 N.W. first
Court, Miami, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
AL VOLANTE
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Al Volante
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ., ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
BREECH'S FISH AND LOBSTER
MARKET at 400 N.W. North River
Drive, Miami. Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
HAROLD GOLDSTEIN
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Breece's Fish and
Lobster Market
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Brownies Bar and Package Goods at
800 All Baba Avenue. Opa Locka,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD J. BROW N
ETHEL K. BROWN
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicants
1010 Blscayne Building
4,23-30 5/7-14-21
ORDER OF PUBH?*T,'C?,N.rII,,
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SlMFLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAI.h
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO.
OHOROH VT. SUIT, Plaintiff. VS.
"SSl C. suit. Defendant.
YOU MARY C. SUIT, 4J.i8tn
STREET. N.W., WASHINGTON. 1>.
C, are notified to file your appear-
ance 1" !< above cause for <"vorce.
OI1 or before the 24th day Of May,
A D 1948. or a Decree Fro Confesso
will l>e entered against you.
HATED: This 22nd day of Aptil,
A-D- K%. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Courts Seal. moaa^0
Ui Deputy Clerk
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWIT/
Attorneys for liaintiff
:.1S Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
R 3*3*5 As
""^p^goTHL CORP.
a Florida Corporation
WALTER C. KOVNKR.
XY'orneV for Applicant.
4/23-30 6/7-14-21
-Jewlstirhridlgan
LEGAL NOTICE
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
fDA MAE AREHART. IMalntlff.
vs. HAROLD B. ARBHART, De-
fendant
Y"i HAROLD K. ARBHART,
CJ." ,' PBRINTBNDENT, VIRGINIA
STATE PENITENTIARY, RICH-
MOND, VIRGINIA, ar.. notified to'
nie your appearance In the above
cause for divorce, on or before I is
Mth day of May. AD. 1;. is. B |.,..
'": Pro Confesso will be entered
against >,,u.
A.U, llMS,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B] WM. W. sl'ie-KING,
WASMAN, SILVER ft SSSSWHT"
Vttorneyi for Plaintiff
918 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/2S-J0 :./7-14-21
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FI.OKIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
116679,
ANGELA SCILUPO. Plaintiff, vs.
I'Mii.ur 9C1LUFO, Defendant.
TO: PHILLIP BC1LUFO, 309s 51st
Street, Woodside, Long Island. New
York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you by ANGELA
SCILUFO, your wife. In the above
Btyled cause and In the above named
Court; and you are further notified
that you are hereby required to file
an appearance in said proceedings on
?r before the 21th day of May, a.d.
1948, otherwise the allegations "i said
Bill of Complaint will be taken ;.s
confessed by you.
This order is to be published once
a week, for four d) consecutive
weeks, In the Jewish Florldlan, a
newspaper published in Dade County,
F,orida.
Dated thin 22nd day of April, A.D.
1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk,
(Circuit Court Seal)
By F. J. GOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
SAN FORD M. SWERDL1.S
Solicitor for Plaintiff
,t& Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/23-80 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Supreme Super Stores at 4844 Le Jeune
Road, Coral Gables, Florida. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
LESLIE FAIRMONT and
MIRIAM LEVY
1/28-80 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute," House Bill
No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953. Laws of
Florida. 1911. will register with the
clerk of the Circuit Court, In nnd
for Dado County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to-
wit: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL
CO. under which I am engaged In
business. I expect to engage In busi-
ness at number 126 N. E. First Ave
Rm. 215 In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida.
That the party interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
CHARLES E. PAYNE.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney. 412 Congress Bldg.
Miami. Florida
I :'-lG-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Professional School of Baking at 4800
\'. \V. 37th Avenue, Miami. Florida,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
NORMAN RICIIMAN
Sole Owner.
4/9-16-23-30 5/7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS liLKLBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the tictuious name of
SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at
7200 Bay Drive, Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
1. C. GREEN BERG
KATE W. GUli-l^-NBERG
4/16-23-30 5/7-14
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 at 1581 N. W. 36th
Street. Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
I he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
A. EDGAR MILLER,
Solo Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
I 2-9-16-38-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALLEN CARPET COMPANY at 21
N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTLl.N
Sole Owner
4/16-23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hetty's Cleaners and Laundry at 93"
V. W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ROSE KARP
s,,le Owner.
Myers, Hehnan and Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicant
1/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FiriRIDA. IN PROBATE, No.
20727.
In Re: ESTATE OF
CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having 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 vou. mav have against the
estate of CHARLES RUBIN, 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 ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date April 2. A. D. 1948.
GEORGE RUBIN
LOUIS RUBIN
As Administrators of the Estate
of CHARLES RUBIN, Deceased.
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Attorney for Administrators
4/9-16-23-30
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No.
116455.
MARY ANN ARNETT. Plaintiff, vs.
LOUIS ARNETT, Defendant.
To: Louis Arnett, 224 East 75th
Street. New York, New York.
You are herey ordered to file your
appearance or answer to the bill of
complaint for annulment filed against
you by MARY ANN ARNETT. on or
before the 16 day of May, 1948, other-
wise the allegations of said bill will
be taken as confessed against you.
DONE AND ORDERED this 16 day
of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
OBI RGB 3. TALIANOFF
Solicitor for Plaintiff
4/23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Pearl Motor & Salvage at 1015 N. W.
20th St.. Miami. Fla.. intends to reg-
ister sail name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS PEARL
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Seybold Bldg-.
Attorneys for I.ouls Pearl
i ii 80 :, 7-14-2]
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Jack's Tackle Shop at 258 N.E. 79th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name, with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
''",r""1- JACK ROSENBAUM
LEE M. ROSENBAUM.
Partners
1/10-23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Tamlaml Hotel at 203 W. Flagler St..
Miami. Florida, intend to register
said name with the Clcik of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
HERHAN SCHUI.MAN
MAN GOODMAN
HARRY DIKTZ
Attorney for Applicants
Congress Bldg.
I 2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uuder the fictitious nai
JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING
TYPOGRAPHY or ADVERTISING
TYPOGRAPHY al 119 N B. 1st Street.
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACK SHAFFER
ADEI.LE SHAFFER
Partners
HARRY D1ETZ
Attorney
Congress Bldg.
4 23-80 5,7-14-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
SALVATORE ZARBO. Plaintiff, vs.
EE.MNE ZARBO, Defendant
To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns
Place, Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 10th day of May, 1943.
Dated this 9th day of April, 1948.
E B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal) _
(t- By WM. W. STOCKING.
D4>uty Clerk.
3AMUBL J- RAND. Attorney
321 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
1/16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
LlN CHANCERY. No- "J1".
ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ. Plaintiff, vs.
ZBNOBIA RODRIGUEZ.. Defendant.
TO-' ZENOBIA RODRIGUEZ
r,:il West 135th Street
New York. New York
You are hereby notified and re-
for four successive weeks in The
%aUh,si.h|dayiof^1.;i.Nl^.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court fcrt & QJasm
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FR1EDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida I
4/9-18-23-30
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 116210.
EILEEN STAIANO. Plaintiff, vs.
DOMIN1CK STAIANO, Defendant.
TO: DOMINICK STAIANO
27 Sullivan Street
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed In the above styled cause,
on or before May 10th, 194S, otherwise
tho Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order be published once a week for
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan. a newspaper published In
Dade County. Florida.
Dated this 8 day of April. 191.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) ___
By M. C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/9-16-23-30 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Bmltty'l Garage at 225 N. W. 1st
Court, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
o! Dade County, Florida.
AL VOLANTE
Sole Owner
4/16-23-30 5/7-14 ___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Regina'a Bakery at io4 8. W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
PHILIP BALIN
Sole Owner
NATHAN AND SATIN
Attorneys
1/23-30 5/7-14-21
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
116404.
GERALDINE GILBERT, Plaintiff, vs.
STANLEY GILBERT. Defendant
To: STANLEY GILBERT. 440 Lenox
Itoad, Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause for divorce, on or before
the 15th day of May, 1948. *
Dated this 15th day of April. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Cleric.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
327 Calumet Building
Miami. Florida
4/16-23-30 5/7
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
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 appearance in the above
styled cause for divorce, on or be-
fore the 23rd day of April, 1948.
Dated this 24th day of March. 1J4S.
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. 116424.
PAULA ERNA EHRLICH, Plaintiff,
vs. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant.
TO: KARL EHRLICH
East Avenue. Near Wheat Road
Vineland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before May 17th, 194.x. otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Let this
order b,> published once a week for
four successive weeks In The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published In
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 15 day of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney et Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/16-23-30 6/7
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PAGE FOURTEEN
+Jewlstfk>rldton
TODAJU^
Political Roundup
Referring to the transfer of
the Miami International Air Depot
from the War department to
Dade county. Giant Stockdale.
county commissioner claimed
that there is "no other man south
of Washington who can take a
bow for MIAD."
"I worked on securing that gift
for one year when I was as-
sistant to Congressman George
Smathers," he declared.
"The most important issues
confronting the voters and coun-
ty commission," Stockdale stated.
"all have one thing in common.
Every one of these matters is
critically affected by the action
of the Federal government."
Stockdale stated that his plat-
form includes a free foreign trade
zone, better facilities for the
mentally ill, flood control, water
conservation.
"Got a_man with special ex-
perience and success in dealing
with Washington problems,"
Stockdale concluded, "to repre-
sent you on your county com-
mission."'
"We've had too many 'promis-
es' on the county commission
let's get the most out of Dade
county's rich assets." John C
Johnson, business man candidate
for the commission seat from dis-
trict 3. told a radio audience this
week.
"I am running on my record
te citizenyou remem-
ber that :t was John C. Johnson
who started and led the fight
the nuisance taxesthat
nst tobacco and that ag
tacking the squeeze' on utility
If as a private citizen I
can battle the special interests
to a standstill, what do you sup-
I can do as your county
commissioner?"
inson reiterated his platform
which opposes the county con-
lation plan and favors re-
peal of the garbage collection
taxi s "I want the people to be
proud of their splendid county
- and I want sufficient police
:. in those parks to pcr-
m ithers to send their chil-
. there without fear.
Experienced law enforcement
officers in directive positions is
the answer to the law enforce-
ment problems in Dade county,
sheriff candidate Ray Mills said
this week.
"All I ask is that the people
of Dade county compare care-
fully the records of each candi-
date and compare it.to mine.
"My platform is my twenty-
two years in police work. I have
been in law enforcement all my
adult life.
"I have served in every posi-
tion in the sheriff's office except
that of sheriff.
"For years I served as in-
vestigator under two state at-
torneys, investigating capital
crimes." Mills said.
*'I have prepared evidence for
and given evidence in every type
of court, from the Supreme Court
of Florida to a Justice of the
Peace. My record is my plat-
form." ---------
At rallies all this week John
H. Yates, circuit judge candi-
date in group seven, stressed the
fact that he is Dade county's
sole representative in this race.
Both of Yates' opponents in the
campaign are practicing attor-
neys in Monroe county.
Yates is the first University of
Miami law school graduate to
qualify and run for the office
of circuit judge here. He is a
veteran of 37 months services
overseas during the recent war.
The candidate resides with his
wife and two children in the
southwest section of Miami.
VOTE FOR
JOHN H. YATES
A Miami Man for Circuit Judg*
Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit,
Dad* County, Fla.
Pd. for by frtand of JOHN H YATE8
"Justice should be tempered
with mercy and understanding."
Troy C. Davis, attorney-candi-
date for justice of the peace in
district 1, declared at a political
gathering in the Northwest area
this week, "but it should not be
misapplied through ignorance
born of inexperience."
"During the 24 years I have
practiced law in Dade county.
I have seen the value of long
experience verified in the office
of justice of the peace." Davis
said. "I cannot over-emphasize
the ever-present danger of an
honest error by an inexperienced
justice working a grievous and
irreparable injury to an innocent
personperhaps ruining h.s en-
tire life."
Davis, father of two daughters
attending college, stressed the
necessity of matured judgment,
law experience and the quality
of mercy on the ii.stice bench in
ng with the many and varied
domestic problems coming li.i ire
it For eight years, Davis was a
ber of the District 9 (Dade
county' Welfare Board, part of
the time as chairman, and was
recently elected vice president
of the Haven school, organized
and chartered to care for mental-
lv retarded children.
For A BUSINESS Administration
Elect
DANIEL E. KEELS
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
It's Time For a ChangeTake Politics out
ol our Schools
Pt : I Ill Pull Lever 49-C and EUct
Troy C. Daws
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
DISTRICT ONE
24 yean a Miami Lawyer and
Resident in District 1
EXPERIENCED TRUSTWORTHY ABLE
Veteran, World War I
Democratic Primary, May 4th
PULL LEVER 4*C
(Political advertisement paid for by a friend)

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xYfter the chaff has been separate,1
from the grain, what really counts is the quality
of the kernel!
And, since 1913, the standard f quality
of concrete products and building materials by
Maule has always been the highest and
shall continue to be the highest qualiry
So, today, even though the demand
for our concrete blocks, transit-mixed certified
concrete and other building materials is at an
all-time high we would not even consider
jeopardizing that carefully built reputation by
lowering our quality standards one iota.. even
to fill the most urgent order!
That's why, when you call Maule -even
if you are told delivery cannot be made for
several days -- it will pay you to wait. For. when
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jIDAY. APRIL 30, 1948
*Jenistfkririirtn
Political Roundup
Approval off his program for
>he solution of the state's prob-
lems during the next four "crit-
cal" vcars by Florida citizens in
he first primary, was predicted
bv Colin English this week.
I -I believe the great majority
[,f the people of Florida know
vhat lias been accomplished for
children during the more
lhan eleven years I have served
superintendent of the public
school system."
English pointed to the record
[luring his three administrations
state school superintendent,
stating that the school bonded
debt was reduced $18,000,000, the
nterest rate on school bonds was
Ireduoed from 6 and 8 percent to
and 3 percent; a uniform ac-
counting system saving counties
thousands of dollars, was adopt-
|ed; and a school book purchasing
|was installed.
The program I am offering the
people of Florida for their ap-
Iproval is the result of my years
l0f experience as a member of
Ithe state executive department
land the technical training I have
[received in administration, fi-
Inance, taxation and budgeting,
[subjects in which a governor
| should be well grounded."
PAGE FIFTEEN
that one of his major acts upon
election would be to "work to
include ample funds within the
next county budget to set up and
operate an effective one-stop cen-
tral service center which would
care for the problems of all vet-
eranswithout racial or religious
discrimination."
Deer pointed out that the 1945
state legislature enacted a law
permitting counties to access up
to one half a mill to establish
organization's to assist veterans
He charged that "the present
commission made only token ef-
forts during 1946 and 1947 to set
up such a center."
Samuel R. Bandy, candidate
for county commissioner from
district 1 and resident of Mi-
ami for 40 years, is making his
race as an "independent candi-
date." The former businessman
and real estate broker has been
tax appraiser for the city of
Miami for the past 12 years.
"I am not now and never have
been affiliated with any political
group or clique," Bandy asserts.
"I am not under obligations to
any person or association."
If elected to this office Bandy
has pledged to spend his entire
time at the duties of the office,
and to work for and protect the
interest of all Dade county tax-
payers.
Bandy advocates "an econom-
ical administration of the coun-
ty's business consistent with ob-
taining the best results," as well
as tax equalization, flood con-
trol, greater hospital facilities,
improved roads and garbage
service, expansion and further
development of the aviation in-
dustry, and a workable zoning
set-up.
J. "Marty" Deer, prominent
I Legionnaire and candidate for
the county commission from dis-
trict 3. reminded Jewish groups
I in county-wide talks this week
that it had been he, during his
tenure as wartime industrial
analyst for the Civilian Produc-
tion Administration, who had
"secured approval of the Miami
YMHA's application to enlarge
its quarters."
The candidate, a Miami busi-
nessman for 27 years, declared
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ture of Jewish recreational and
cultural activities in Palestine
under conditions of war will
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Elect
JOHN H. YATES
aa Your Miami Judge
Group 7. 11th Judicial Circuit,
Dade County, Fla.
Pd, for by friend of JOHN H. YATES
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County Commissioner
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County Commissioner
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find consolation in the memory of God's
watchfulness over His people in their
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Rabbi Eronish Plans
4-Week Lecture Course
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach, will give a series
of four lectures the four Wednes-
day evenings in May, in the
Temple patio, according to an
announcement by Leon J. Ell,
chairman of the Temple's pro-
gram committee.
Rabbi Kronish's subject will be
"The Jew in Popular Current
Literature." and will cover anti-
Semitism, intermarriage. Europe.
Palestine, as portrayed in such
current books as "Eagle at My
Eyes," "Small Victory," "Focus,"
"Gentlemen's Agreement," "Earth
and High Heaven." "A Mask for
Privilege." "Knock at Any Door."
"My People Are Screaming,"
"My Father's House." "Blessed Is
the Match" and others.
Registration for the course can
be arranged through the Temple
office.
Denver Home
Installs Officers
Jacob Sisterhood Elects
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
Jacob will hold its annual elec-
tion meeting Tuesday. May 4th,
at 8 p.m. in the Community
Building.
A motion picture film will be
sh wn along with other enter-
tainment. Mrs. Jack Hirsch will
i :it the president's annual
rep
The nominating committee
v Mrs. Rose Weiss will
p: i s nt the sate of new officers
for el cl :"..
The Jewish Floridicm offices
w'll be closed on Friday,
Anril SOth, conclusion of the
Pa-Tover hol'days.
Greater Miami Chapter of the
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver will hold a joint
installation on Tuesday. May 4th.
at the Shelborne hotel at 12 noon.
Those to be installed include
Mrs. Ben Hertz., pres.: Mrs. M.
B. Rose, 1st vice pres.; Mrs
George Feller. 2nd vice pres.;
Mrs. Belle Pizer, 3rd vice pres.;
Mrs. Sam Luby. treasure:: Mis.
Francis Alexander, finani al sec-
retary; Mrs. Albert Dub::
ing secretary; Mrs. Mi Crane,
cor. secretary; Mrs. Ben i>
auditor.
Newly formed Lorbcr G
of the chapter will install Mrs
Jack Dayan. president; Mrs. S:.,:i-
ley Jamison, 1st vice pres.; Mrs
Harold Berkow, treasurer; Mrs.
Davis Loveman. recording secre-
tary; and Mrs. Justis Miller, cor-
responding secretary.
The group was organized re-
cently by several young mai
n and will function under
the Greater Miami chapter i
ter. Its name was chosen to honor
the founder and national presi-
dent of the Home in Denv< :. Mrs.
Fannie E. Lorbcr.
The board members to be in-
stalled are Mesdames
Phi Sigma Sigma
Closes Year's Activities
A farewell luncheon to termi-
nate the social activities of the
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority on the
University of Miami campus for
1 year will be held at
, i, tel on Sunday.
,1 officers for 1948-
4:> will bi installed and will re-
ceive the reining charms from
,!, cers. Dorothy
Knapp, is '.lie new president; Ann
t; Betty
rec rding secretary;
responding
s, levan, I
tor Shapii pledge
mother.
ludii : affair will
sses by the pre-
::s Lucille
Mrs. Samuel V
: Alexander K
ng seniors of the
ity will lie honored and
ded. Those seniors who will
are: Brcnda Blumcn-
Onalee Cohen. Toby C
I Cutler, Nancy Feldmanand
i,an.
Selig Named Chairman
Mi nti Si lig was this week
t chosen as the chairman of the
home committee of the
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The Amaz:n Maurice, a:
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Mrs. M. B. Rose will be the
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Keller, chairman of the day, asks
those wishing to make
tions to contact Mrs. Mel Crane
at 9-6794 immediately.
ease work and relief division of
the Council of Social Agencies.
Robert J. Mosher. executive di-
of the council, announced
Selig's appointment and explain-
ed that the committee will work
with the county commission to
develop the detention home.
Models Ready For David
Sisterhood Luncheon
Models for the Kiddies fashion i
show to be presented at Beth
David's donor luncheon have
been chosen and fitted in their j
costumes, according to an an-
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and Mrs. Max Bergman, chair-
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Ii. se planning to attend are
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Galen Succeeds Cohen
Miami Beach Bar assn. has
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David P. Catsman and Harold
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+Jewish ThridHan
PAGE SEVENTEEN
led office you've ever hold in this
etfers To The Editor S Smonh t{ avs,
'Jewish Pegler"
e Editor
,jsh Floridian
|)ear Sir:
I have just read Harry Simon-
boff's article in your paper under
late of April 23, 1948, and would
[uggcst to you that if in the future
hey continue to be as inaccurate
k0U would be wise to discontinue
At the outset, let me make this
Leneral clarifying statement: I
U in sympathy with his views
End in agreement with his
bpinions of the0American Council
for Judaism!but, I am thankful
liat my views are not vicious
jid intolerant. I oppose the
Council because it is a negative
knd destructive organization. I op-
pose Mr. Simonhoff because he,
_, in another sense is a negative
Ipontifically, critical, self-appoint-
|ed destructive force in the Jew-
|jsh community.
Let us examine some of the
{statements Mr. Simonhoff makes:
Ifirst, he attacks the Round Table
[radio discussions of the National
Conference of Christians and
[jews. He says, "they are anemic
[and the keynote is appeasement."
11 strongly protest his accusations
|_I have listened to these pro-
grams for many years and feel
they are among the leading forces
in the field of better understand-
ing. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
has done a fine job, and other
Jewish men that I have heard
on this program are also to be
praisedthe gentile speakers, as
well. Did Mr. Simonhoff hear the
Round Table radio discussion two
weeks ago, April 10th, when Rab-
bi Zwitman said to the priest.
Father McAttee, that Christians
ought to be teaching children in
their Sunday Schools that the
Jews were the people who gave
Christ to the world, and should
not be taught that the Jews
killed ChristJews should be
characterized as benefactors of
mankindas the Christ-givers
and not the Christ-killers. By
changing the present teaching of
the Story of the crucifixion we
can eliminate many of the sources
of prejudice in our day. Is that
appeasement or anemic, Mr.
Simonhoff? What more cour-
ageous statements have you
made? And what contribution to
good-will among non-Jews has
Mr. Simonhoff promoted? Per-
haps he could learn something
from the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and take a
part in their pr grams and ex-
press his ideas there if he has
the ability (which I doubt, judg-
ing from the type of material he
has been writing in his columns).
Next, he blames this group for
religious and racial tensions in
Miami, stating that the Ku Klux
Klan has never ceased to operate
here"gentile only" signs are
flaunted herea negro face is
scarcely visible in the white busi-
ness districts of Miami in marked
contrast to Charleston, Savannah,
(.Augusta and Atlanta (Georgia,
that is)!
In regards to the K.K.K., I
believe that they are not operat-
ing openly in Miami as they do
in Georgia, and Mr. Simonhoff,
I defy you to show me a negro
in Miami who would say he would
rather be in Georgia, as far as
the K.K.K. is concerned. And one
more thing, Mr. Simonhoff, did
you know that the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
of Miami was instrumental fn
getting a negro minister into the
white Protestant Ministerial As-
sociation? Where in Georgia or
in your hometown of Charleston
is this possible? Surprised, Mr.
Simonhoff?
I am a resident of Miami Beach
where "gentile only" signs have
been banned by city ordinance;
these signs you speak of are gone.
Mr. Simonhoff also attacks the
B'nai B'rith which I thought was
supposed to be one of the lead-
ing Jewish organizations in our
country. And besides, Mr. Simon-
hoff, aren't you biting the hand
that fed you? Didn't B'nai B'rith
promote you to the highest elects
am quite sure that Judge David
Heffcrnan and Dr. Glenn C.
James, of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews have
each a long record of honorable
service and are truly representa-
tive of their respective denomina-
tions. (Protestant and Catholic).
But in the next sentence he at-
attacks them for the choife of
Mr. Ben Bronston in awarding
Mr. Bronston a citation for his
fine gift to the University of Mi-
amiconsidered by many, Mr.
Simonhoff, the outstanding and
most unique contribution of bet-
ter Interfaith projects of these
times, because the course by Dr.
Lovejoy at the "U" is attended
by many Christian ministers and
lay-people, and is a great asset
to Miami U.
I see much good inter-faith
work being done and much more
effort being made. Maybe Mr.
Simonhoff should join those who
are doing and trying and not
merely attacking and destroying
unless he prefers to be the
"Jewish Pegler" of Greater Mi-
ami.
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
Dona Gracia Mendes
The Jewish Publication Society
of America has just released "The
House of NesiDona Gracia," by
Cecil Roth. Incidently, the society
located in Philadelphia, gives you
a real bargainthree books of
Jewish interest for $5.00 a year.
I don't know how they do it. I
would recommend everyone to
become a member. All commis-
sions for this plug I will gladly
donate to the Greater Miami Fed-
eration.
Delving into Jewish history
brings all manner of surprises.
Strange to say. the outstanding
Jewish woman in 2000 years lived
during the 16th centuryat a
time when Christian theologians
gravely disputed whether women
had souls. Dona Gracia Mendes
was what we call today a "busi-
ness woman." Left a widow at
26. she took charge of her hus-
band's vast business, a commercial
and banking network that oper-
ated in Lisbon. Antwerp. Lyon.
Ferrara, Venice Ancona. Salonica.
Constantinople, to mention but a
few branches, Today such a firm
would be a combination of
Rothschild and DuPont. The
Florins. Ducats, Seudi. Gechms
Jays translated to our
money would today give the
House of Mendes a purchasing
power of SI00.000.000no hay I
... : :.:._ :,i Ami
staiv.i
The wealthiest woman of her'
day, Den. G cia, nevertheless,
urity anywhere in !
nothat is,'
: istian and secret- !
ly a Jew, .'..,> always in
v the Inquisi- |
lion [1 ted t n lapsing
C :..;> to Judaism, she
would be Ity I heresy, the
n the calendar, and
burned alive at the Auto-de-Fe.
With all her riches, she had to be
ntly on the move from '
n, her birthplace, to Ant-
werp, from Ratisbon to Ferrara
In Venice she was actually ar-
rested on a warrant from her
flighty sister. She was charged
with secretly practicing Judaism
The Inquisition had her finally
in its grasp. The burning stake
loomed mighty close. But relief
came from an unexpected source.
Dona Gracia had a nephew, an
alert and resourceful lad. who
was later to become the famous
Don Joseph Nasi. Duke of Naxos.
and a grand vizior of the Turkish
Empire. He succeeded in getting
the sultan of Turkey, Sulienan
the Magnificent, to order he
lease from the Venetian lie-
public. By this time Dona Gracia
had her fill of Christian Europe.
She was weary of matching wits
with the cleverest of Europe's
unscrupulous politicos. Further-
more, she wanted to live her
Judaism openly.
So one fine day. she left Venice
with four large coaches and 40
armed guards, like an Empress
rather than a refugee. She made
a trumphant entry into Constan-
tinople, the capital of the strong-
est military power, yet most
tolerant land in that century
Had her story ended here. Dona
Gracia would have already earn-
ed a place in high romance, but
! here she enters Jewish history.
Managing a commercial empire
from a large palace outside of
Constantinople was surely a job
more than enough for one person.
Yet Dona Gracia finds time to
build synagogues, endow schools.
support scholars, set up Hebrew
printing presses, assist Rabbis,
feed 80 poor people daily at her
table. More important, she util-
izes her large organization to as-
sist Jews in distress anywhere.
Her influence with the Sultan's
Court enables her to stave off
danger from entire Jewish com-
munities Jewish travellers cap-
tured by pirates are ransomed.
Her farflung business network
enables Marranos in danger of
the burning state to flee Portugal
to safer climes. She is virtually
the Joint Distribution Committee
of her day. She even organizes
a boycott against Ancona. after
24 ex-Marranos are burnt there
at an Auto-de-Fe, a common
practice in Spain, but unknown
in Italy. She helps her nephew
with his unsuccessful attempt to
create a Jewish state in Liberia.
Was it any wonder she was
called the "Uncrowned Queen of
Israel?"
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^Jewisitilcridiar
PAGE NINETEEN
Letters to the Editor
Zionists Unfair
Jewish Floridian
ami. Florida
[ar Sir:
When the United States and the
led Nations last November
nounced that they were recom-
fcndin to the Security Council
partition of Palestine, the
onists very quickly told the
nerican Council for Judaism
Bt since the United States had
commended such action, we of
Council would be "unpatriot-
' to oppose it. We were further
Lj by the Zionists that to critic-
a derision of the United Na-
fns and the United States would
improper, and since the Coun-
had opposed a Jewish state
one was being suggested,
,t we should "go out of busi-
ss The American Council /or
jaism, immediately after the
Irtition decision, made this
atemen': "We accept this deci-
nji. We wish the new States the
Latest possible success. We
kpe that they will prove to be
that those who worked for
teation envisioned."
INothint; at that time was said
Zionists of "a democratic right
criticize the government." It
fas intimated that doing so
lould be the mark of an un-
Vateful citizenry and that once
[decision by our government is
Lade it must be followed.
I On March 19th, the United
delegation announced that
artition was causing bloodshed,
susuested a truce and a
Trusteeship, the purpose of which
as Warren Austin, the United
States delegate said, "was only
for one purposeto save lives."
Did these same Zionists who told
the Council that it would be un-
patriotic to oppose a decision
follow their own advice? They
did not.
Throughout the country, the
Zionist press and its friends have
berated and vilified the President
of the United States, Secretary
of State, and other public officials
who are doing their best to serve
the national interests of our coun-
try. Paid advertisements, parades,
demonstrations, a special prayer
to protest against the United
States decision, and many other
means are being used to further
the ends of a chauvinistic dream
of a Jewish state. In making these
protests, the Zionists forget that
they are protesting against a pol-
icy that our government has de-
cided is to the best advantage
of the security and safety of our
homeland. We have a Jewish life
here that should be safeguarded.
It owes so much to America that
we should not endanger it.
The American Council for
Judaism has always said that our
nationality is American and that
we are Jews by religion. Our
first loyalty is to our country,
and that which will serve our
interests best as Americans will
also serve the best interests of
Jews all over the world.
Sincerely yours,
HARRY BOYELL.
Anti-Semitism
Looms In Cuba
Havana, (JTA) Anti-Semitic
leaflets have begun to appear in
public places and have been plas-
tered on the windows of Jewish-
owned stores. Released and dis-
tributed by the "Accion Cubana
Anti-Judia" (Cuban anti-Jewish
Action), the circulars urge all
Cubans to tight against "Jewish
imperialism" and stress that
"Jews do not love our father-
land."
The local Jewish newspaper,
Havana Life, commenting on the
leaflets, states that Arab elements
are undoubtedly behind the cam-
paign and predicts that the anti-
Semitic drive will increase as the
national elections draw closer.
Checker Cab Uses 2-way
Radio Cabs For Election
The affairs of government
reached the "electronic age" on
Miami Beach last week when
Checker Cab, Inc. utilized its two-
way radio cabs to transport free-
holders to and from the polls in
the bond election Tuesday.
Bill Segal, Checker president
who offered the use of his taxis
as a public service, explained
that by utilizing the radio system,
drivers were able to pick up sev-
eral voters each trip without tak-
ing time to check in by tele-
phone.
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FOR 16 YEARS HE HAS FOUGHT YOUR
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"The way to stop crime is to convict criminals!"
His ofiicial record in all cases brought to trial is
92% CONVICTIONS, ONE OF
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PAG TWENTY
*Jeistncridliari
Political Roundup
Jesse H. Yarborough, candidate
for county commission, district
one, has pledged his support to
federal, state and county officials
on the matter of water control
which will prevent floods in the
area following hurricanes and
heavy rains, wholeheartedly sup-
porting the U. S. Engineers Water
Control Plan.
Early in the month he expressed
his beliefs on the care of the
mentally ill in the area. He point-
ed out. more than 50 per cent of
the mental sufferers in South
Florida are non-residents and the
state does not provide hospitaliza-
tion for folks whose legal resi-
dence is in another state. "This
means these ailing people must
be transported to their homes at
an expense to the taxpayers. If
I am elected, I will make every
effort to make provisions for'
transporting the mentally ill from
other states to their homes with
as little cost as possible to our
axpayers," Yarborough said.
money we now derive from rac-
ing, cigarette and bevei
and other sources," Okell Si
What's needed in Tallahi
he asserted, is applied economj
to spending, not to raising more
revenue.
A firm stand against a state
sales tax was taken by George
S. Okell. candidate fur the legis-
lature in group one. in a cam-
paign speech.
"I pledge the people of Dade
county that I shall oppose with
all the means at my command
Luther T. Hardison, claiming
to run on his "own quali
tions" for constable of ci
three, promises a "courteous,
honest and efficient law v.\:
ment" if elected.
"I do not believe brutal:
called for in the office of con-
stable." Hardis.'n declared "Un-
just law enforcement is not nec-
essary to maintain pea
A deputy sheriff under D C
Coleman for nine years, Hardison
has had fifteen ye ience
relative to the post he se
Now engaged in the construc-
tion business, the vel
World War I is mai ried and has
four children He has livi I
the same district f ir 23 yi
Among Hai
are the Florida P
association. American Legion and
the Mo
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A THRILL FOR THE KIDSGetting their pictures with a real "Mr. District Attorney" Tk.
youngsters are inmates of the National Cardiac Home and their Radio Hero in real life is Robwf
Taylor. Dade County Solicitor, on a recent visit.____________________________
push
salt s tux
any effort to
through the 1049 legislature'
Okell declared.
Citii : forts in behalf of
imy and less state spending
tun. Oki
he would rmew th I m the
1949 if re-ele
is thi highest in
David M Papy, I
county commissioner; district 1,
leclared I reatly in-
terested in the flood conl
Dade county A civil
and construction engineer,
- considt : i v
this line.
"If elected. I v. .
mediate drainage surveys .
populated areas of D;
to determine I
cedure for installing a I
trol system for low-lying
I also pie lg< : ;. self i
nine drain
added that the
work is i be done in a "work-
and when
i will be followed through
mplction.
Its .. thai Florida from the Everglades to Bis
it will cos: Bay will
but it is my con-!more judicious spei
' I we could cleaned out starts
provide most of those thing
'

Ens t-i
When the Minorities Work T -gethi They
Become a Ma
"Not Just Tolerance Bur Equ/ilitu."
Ernest R Graham
PULL LEVER 7A TO ELECT
ERNEST R, GRAHAM
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
HARD WORKING HARD FIGHTING
FEARLESS
FORMER STATE SENATOR
"The Tnnc Has Come For A Change."
I JOJ llnqr l| | Cq JOJ i
Keep This Good
Worker On Your
County Commission
I. D. Mac Vicar
".Mac"
Veteran of both world wars
Successful businessman
Dade County resident for 29 years
KEEP "MAC" working on protection of Dade
County's drinking water countywide slum
clearance ... supervised playgrounds ... coun-
ty aviation progress ... more hospital facilities.
____________________PULL LEVER 8D
------ BACK MAC! -
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iportion Funeral
Homo
Will Appreciate Your Vote
and Support of
ELECT
JOS. L (Joe) PLUMMER
Member
Board ol Public Instruction
Dade County
DISTRICT No. FOUR
A Successful Businessman lor
Administration ol School Business
"I think that he is eminently
qualified for this position and
will give Dade County a fax
superior administration than
heretofore."
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JUDGE
JOSEPH OTTO
ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
(GROUP 7)
For Monroe County
ENDORSED BY EMINENT
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honest, fearless and
impartial judge, who
will be entirely free
from any prejudice
against any race,
color or creed.
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ROBERT H.
GIVENS, JR.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
IN GROUP ONE
ho*
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)AY, APRIL 30, 1948
*Jenisti fkr/dfiarj
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
llitical Roundup
Edwin Larson who became
. treasurer in 1940, is run-
fur re-election to that post,
then he has been entrusted
more than a billion dollars
ublic money, which does not
ude huge sums in securities
bsitcd by insurance companies
the protection of Florida
lev-holders.
Eg .ffice of state treasurer
ludo.-: administration of the
,,,[.>! vehicle financial re-
nsibility law; supervision of
J writing of all insurance; col-
lion from insurance companies
.premium taxes, licenses and
L. lnc post of State Fire Mar-
fll and membership on more
twenty state administrative
Irds.
During his two terms he has
ktributed to formulating a
nprehensive program for state
(titutions; joined with other
uitces of the Internal Improve-
nt Board in completing the
e-s share in the establishing
ihe Everglades National Park;
rodueed comprehensive audit-
controls in his department,
bnsored statutes for qualifica-
i and supervision of insurance
Mits that assure their compet-
|cy for the public protection.
had been made to try and dis-
qualify Ernest R. Graham. "It
has been said that in the matter
of flood control, Mr. Graham is
looking out for his own interests.
It so happens that he is located
farther west than anyone in Dade
county so that anything he might
advocate for his own help will
certainly help all others. At any
rate, these criticisms are merely
political. Mr. Graham's interests
are for the people as a whole,"
the dairyman said.
ICounty voters were urged to
Ipporl Ernest R. Graham for
lunty ommissioner last week
Dick Dressel, dairyman and
nlness competitor of Graham.
"Mr. Graham is a business com-
fetitor of mine and as such I
sped his ability and appreciate
i fairness," Dressel told a radio
dienee over WIOD. "I honest-
bcliive that these qualifica-
lons as a businessman will carry
\er into his job as county com-
hissioner."
[Dressel said that statements
John D. Marsh, in his candi-
dacy for circuit judge, group 1,
is attempting to combat the "too-
prevalent belief in a 'friend at
court.' This idea," he insists, "is
detrimental in the extreme."
"The words 'pull' and 'influ-
ence' are so abhorrent to my
conception of justice" states
Marsh, "that it is impossible to
reconcile the two."
"Justice is not to be bought
and sold upon the marts, that
freedom for which American
patriots sacrificed their lives, and
their fortunes, and pledged their
sacred honor is not a commodity
to be offered for profit, to be
procured wholesale by the so-
called friend at court.
"To the wisdom, fairness and
integrity of a circuit judge are
confided the liberties and some-
times the very lives of those who
are brought before him.
"In an office of such influence
and trust, there is no room for
self-seeking, conceit, nor pander-
ing to the wishes of any group
however powerful which may
seek to prostitute the dignity of
the law to its own uses."
Running for re-election as
l county superintendent of public
instruction on his record of ac-
complishment during 11 years in
that office, is Dr. James T. Wil-
son. Dr. Wilson was previously
supervising principal of the
Beach schools for seven years.
After receiving an AB degree
from Mississippi State College,
county.
During his seven-year tenure
of the Beach office he earned
from Columbia University the
degree of Master of Education,
specializing in school administra-
tion, financing and supervision.
In 1936 Wilson was a success-
ful candidate for superintendent
of public instruction, a post from
which Charles M. Fisher was re-
tiring. He was re-elected, with-
out opposition, in 1940 and 1944
He received a degree as Doctor
of Education from the University
of Miami in 1944.
struction, subject to the May declares that "school admlnistra-
Democratic primaries, in sub- tion is a businessnot a senti-
mitting details of his platform, mental, intangible job-
ELECT
Paid Political AOv.
DARREY A.
DAVIS
STATE
LEGISLATURE
GROUP 1
Robert D. Dolley, candidate for
state superintendent of public in-
Wilson taught and was principal
in Mississippi schools for several
years before moving to Dade
Vote For
MARK RICHARDSON
for
CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 1
PRIMARIES
MAY 4th and 25th
'Qualified by Experience
35 Years in Dade County'
EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS
Pd. for by Friends of Mark Richardson
SAMUa R. BANDY
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 1
Never Allied with Special In-
l^Years as City Miami Tax Ap-
An'Independent Devoted to Your
Interests.
"A MAN OF AND FOR
ALL THE PEOPLE"
All Dade County qualified voters are eligible to vote for SAM
BANDY, regardless of their place of residenceMiami Beach,
Coral Gables, Homestead. Miami, or anywhere in Dade County.
Paid Political Adv.
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO
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The Hebrew Academy on Miami Beach, the only all-day Hebrew school in the Southern Region
of the United States, presents Marcie Liberman. Mayor Miami Beach, with a Haggadah at a pre-
Passover affair at the institution, carrying out the spirit of Passover.
Commanleatlon
To Pales! Ine Cal
JERUSALEM. JTA1 P stj I
- ispended in Pal-
' eek and
the P st-
-.1 announced. Ht
said the move was taken "in tl
(absence of any communications
fr m the UN. Palt stim Com-
n providing for the at
ance of responsibility for the con-
ance of post.;: es "
At the same time, he disi I
lir mail service will be
Wright Hotel Equipment Co.
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" PLANNING and LAYOUT BERV
ELECT A QUALIFIED MAN
DAVID M. PAPY
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT ONE
A ... Engineer wlta 31 years experience
or. public works
Adrr.lninnative Roads
Drainage But.: Bridges
L Born ; in Tallahassee. Florida
4V ;-'.'.irs o' age.
:. Carr.e to Miami In lift.
3. Civil EngineerContractorFarmer
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5. 31 year* nation-wile experience on pub-
lic works.
6. MarriedTwo children.
A Man Who Will Serve the Peoplt
Elected county wide
Pd. PoL Adv.

I as f May 11 international
teleph inications, May
..:. : W .: eleSi
May 15
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
AMERICANS NEED
VITAMINS
- ?>. s
ELECT ..
MAX M. SINGER
yonr Delegate to the
Democratic National Convention
Fourth Congressional Dish*,
Subject to May 4th Primary
Pledged to SENATOR CLAUDE PEPPER
The keynote of my campaign for election ai
delegate is the furtherance of the interests of
the minority groups.
If elected I promise to actively support and
promote these groupsespecially those who
toil for a living.
Please Pull Lever 47F
I\,id Politics] A*.
J. B. ELLENBURG
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 1
I Pledge My Whole Support To The
Taxpayers And Voters Of Dade Coun-
ty. More And Better Garbage Collec-
tion; Reducing Toll To Crandon Park
To 25c; Full Support In Flood Contol
"A Friend And Neighbor"
r.-.ld Pollticsl A4.
Hear MARSH discuss
your problem in selecting
a Circuit Judge over
WIOD on iollowing
dates:
May 1, 9:55 A.M.
May 3. 11:25 P.M.
JOHN D. MARSH
A Candidate for CIRCUIT IUDGE (Group 1)
who believes that justice should be adminis-
tered fairly and impartially regardless of
person, condition, race, or creed without ex-
horbitant cost to the litigants. One who is open-
ly opposed to the costly Special-Master EviL
Pol, adv. paid for by committee for slectlon or Jobs D. Ws-tti
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ELECT
An Accountant
JOHN R. RING
State Representative
Group No. 1
FINANCE and TAXATION are our
Greatest Problems. Include a
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNT-
ANT in Your Delegation
p..! PoUtksl **"
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ELECT
Franklin Parm
COUNTY SOLICITOR
Criminal Court of Htcord
Resident of Dade County lor*
past 19 years.
Served 14 years on City of um
Legal Staff. Iit
Served 9 years as Attorney P
Miami Planning Board
Attorney for Miami Civil Sen*
Commission for 7 yea"; w
42 years old, married, nas
children. ,. _j
Graduate of University.ofJPP
and University of Pittsburp.
Pd. Political lav.
It*. Time To Chanjje For BeMw Law Enforcemenf
TRULY NOLEN, President
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)AY, APRIL 30. 1948
ilitical Roundup
State Sen. W. A. (Bill) Shands,
fidtdate for governor, climaxed
I campaign in Dade county with
[major rally in the bandshell
' Bayfront Park, last Saturday.
Vnnouncing the meeting, Dade
Impaign Manager Frank J.
Ely said that, "though it will
apolitical rally, with a major
tech by the candidate and
oniinent supporters, it will also
an old-fashioned folksy
Inhering of a vast host of friends
Shands has made here, not
|]v during the campaign, but
lei during the 12 years he has
en in business here."
fchands challenged his cabinet
Ember opponents to tell the
opl.' "how they intend to get
money for the public services
ley commend while at the
ne time they promise to veto
lw taxes, if elected." He stated
jat ho is positively against a
tieral sales tax; "but every
linking citizen knows that im-
ementation of all the great
lings promised by my oppon-
Its is impossible without strict
fcnomy and without a wholly
tlistic tax program."
IOn his speaking tour this week,
Le Gainesville businessman -
Irmer cattleman advertising
(tecutivc proposed establishment
' a state budget commission. He
^id it should be composed of
nginesrmen in lieu of the pres-
Bt system of cabinet members
the board.
+Je*lst) fhridHan
PAGE TWENTY THREE
law."
Adding that the present law is
confiscatory "without due pro-
cess of law," Watson said if elect-
ed governor, he will seek cor-
rection of the statute, so that the
people may be secure in their
possessions and that he will at-
tempt, with the aid of experts
to overhaul the ad valorem tax
system to stop unfair and dis-
criminatory taxation.
along with Dan McCarty, John
H. Yates, Perrine Palmer, Frank-
lin Parson, Hugh Peters and I
D. MacVicar.
Mincer is a candidate for re-
election. He is currently finishing
out a special three-year term.
Campaigning for governor, At-
Lnuy General Tom Watson
pasted the present law depriving
prsons of real property under
"delinquent tax" provision.
tatson added that the system is
Lntiary to fundamental law
rhieh guarantees that property
pall nut be subjected to con-
iscati.n without due process of
State legislature candidate Dar-
rey Davis, in rally speeches this
week, cited his legal record here
as evidence of his qualifications
for office. He is running for the
state house of representatives in
group one.
Davis is a director of the Dade
County Bar association; secretary
of the Circuit Court Commission
in charge of safeguarding the
conduct of the law profession;
member of the Greater Miami
Airport association; executive
committee of the Dade County
Bar association, and chairman,
board of trustees, Miami Bcah
Law Library.
State Attorney Glenn C. Mincer
was one of a group of candidates
chosen by Hialeah citizens this
week to speak unopposed at two
rallies. He was invited to speak
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A pledge to "take vigorous and
aggressive action against organ-
ized wide-open gambling which
has opened the gate for a flood
of undesirables into Dade county"
was made in a radio address last
week by Perrine Palmer. Jr.. who
is candidate for sheriff on a
platform to clean-up the county.
"I can think of nothing that
would suit me better, as one of
my first official acts as sheriff,
than to round up every one of
the known hoodlums and mob-
sters here," said Palmer, young
Dade county businessman and
World War II veteran. "If they
cannot be prosecuted under our
existing statutes, I firmly believe
that I can convince them in no
uncertain terms that they are not
wanted here, and that their con-
tinued presence will result in
vigorous and continued attention
from the sheriff's office."
GREETING TO MY MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
ON THE PASSOVER HOLIDAY
ERNEST It. GRAHAM
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
and son Albert
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ELECT
JESS YARBOROUGH
For Your
County Commissioner
DISTRICT NO. 1
VOTE IS COUNTY-WIDE
"PROGRESS WITH JESS"
Pd. PollUcal Adv.
ELECT
AN
EXPERIENCED
CONSTARLE
MEMBER
ELKSAMERICAN LEGION I
I
AND VET OF FOREIGN
WARS
HARRY S. i
HIGGINS
RE-ELECT
TOM WOOD
Constable
District 2
Not a Politician But an
Experienced Law Enforc-
ing Officer for 22 Years
Paid Political Adv.
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ELECT ]
LOUIS F. RED)
SNEDIGAR
Your
County Commissioner
District 5
VOTE FOR SNEDIGAR AND 4 OTHER GOOD MEN
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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Your Present Constable
District 5
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QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE
ELECT
CLYDE A.
EPPERSON
STATE SENATOR
FARM Bom and Raised
Veteran Awarded Purple Heart
Lawyer and C.P.A.
Outstanding Civic Leader
PROPOSES:
Veteran's Bonus
Medical and Dental College in Dade County
Increase in Old Age Pensions
Egual Distribution ol Tax Revenue
LIVED IN DADE COUNTY A QUARTER OF A CENTURY^
DO YOU NEED A
PAINT JOB?
A Phone Call Will Bring Our Representative to
Estimate Your Painting
We Are Ready and Equipped To Do It
PAINTING
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We Have Experienced Painters
We Do Good Clean Work
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No Job Too Small, Or Too Big


PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
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Political Roundup
Norman R. Lyons, Democratic
candidate for representative in
the legislature, group No. 1, from
Dade county, stated that he ad-
vocated early consideration on a
revision of the old age pension
laws.
"Like a good many of our other
statutes and provisions," said
Lyons, "the laws concerning the
allowances granted to our old
people are archaic, worn out, and
ready for the scrap heap. We,
apparently, have been so pre-
occupied in taking care of the
needs of our rapidly growing
communities, here in Florida,
that we have not taken the time
to stop and think of the every-
day needs of a large number of
our residents.
"Every once in a while, it is
our duty to stop, take a look at
the over-all picture, review the
work we have done, and bring
those situations that need cor-
recting into line. This is the case
with the old age pension laws.
Enacted some years ago, they
have remained on the books with
no serious attempt at modern-
ization."
The right of women to sit on
juries in the state of Florida has
been brought up in a recent case
heard in the Circuit Court.
In that case Robert H. Givens,
attorney for the defendant, in-
sisted that the law which pro-
hibits women from sitting on
juries is unconstitutional Givens
was overruled in his contention
and is now appealing the case
lu the State Supreme Court.
There is a possibility, because of
the constitutional question in-
volved, that the case may even-
tually reach the Supreme Court
of the United States.
"W men are eligible to serve
as a judge of the Circuit Court,
or as governor of the state of
Florida, or. even as President of
the United States," Givens said
in a recent radio address. "Fur-
thermore, in most of the states in
this Union, they are now eligible
I serve on juries. Yet. we have
a law in Florida which says in
effect that women arc still in-
compst'-nt to serve on jury duty
in this state."
"I do not think women should
be required to perform jury
service. If they request that they
be excused, any judge should be
chivalrous enough to grant that
request. Ldo not think it is demo-
cratic or for the best interest of
our country that women as a
class be deliberately and system-
atically excluded from jury serv-
ice on the assumption that they
are incompetent to perform this
duty.'
Givens is a candidate for Cir-
cuit Judge of Dade county in
the Democratic primary on May
1th.
Plenty of emphasis will be
placed on experience if he is
sheriff. Candidate Ray Mills
claimed this week.
Experience is essential in any-
business, but especially in such
community business as law en-
ment. My twenty-two years
in law enforcement as an in-
vi stigator of capital crimes is
what I offer to the people of
Dade county," Mills declared.
Law enforcement is my pro-
!i and I promise to conduct
the affairs of the sheriff's office
in a professional manner," he
added. "As your sheriff I will
staff the sheriff's office with men
who are equipped, trained and
competent to do the job.
"With experienced men in every
position in the sheriffs office,
Dade county will get the type of
law enforcement it deserves and
needs."
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Error
An article in a back issue of
the Floridian concerning the 32nd
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Shulman. Miami Beach.
inadvertently erred in naming
the hosts. They were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Milloff, also of Mi-
ami Beach.
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Phone 2-3213
VOTE FOR
.IOII> II. YATI'S
Overseas Veteran. World War II
Circuit Judge, Group 7
11th Judicial Circuit,
Dade County. Fla.
Pd. for by friend of JOHN II. YATES
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TRANSFER CO.
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ELECT
ESTIL H. LANHAM
Justice of the Peace
DISTRICT ONE
(NORTH DADE COUNTY AREA)
Choose a Fellowman From
Your Ranks!
Paid Political Adv.
VOTE FOR
LUTHER T. HARDISON
FOR CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 3
Efficient Service Courtesy
15 Years' Experience
23 Years in This District
RADIO EQUIPPED CAR FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Paid PoliUcal Adv.
GO
SMARTLY
BUS
BY
MIAMI TRANSIT CO.
ESTABLISHED 1925
WM. J. PRUITT
CANDIDATE
STATE SENATE
(DADE COUNTY ONLY)
VALC.
CLEARY
County
Commissioner
"A Dade County Man
with a Dade County
Heart"
Val C. Cleary's 23 years
of Municipal and County
Executive-Administrative Ex-
perience is Insurance of
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 Friend, of
Val C. Cleary
Florida has a GREAT future with
COLIN ENGLISH as Governo
Colin English has the rare quality of
vision true leadership and 28 years ol
successful experience in public affairs.
Colin English is a man of action, with
great capacity for getting worthwhile things
done promptly and efficiently, for the
people of Florida.
As Governor of Florida, Colin English
will continue to select and appoint the best
trained men and women for each particular job
to be done in serving the State and its people,
With Colin English as Governor-
Florida will continue to have the finest public
school program in the country, providing
equal opportunity for every chiW to have a
good education;
Florida's natural resources will be developed
and preserved;
Florida will have super-highways and
improved and expanded farm-to-market roods;
Florida will have medical and dental schools
to serve its citizens;
Florida will have adequate hospitals and a
public health program to serve the needs of
all the people-
Florida will have ALL the other fine and mS
things for which Colin English stands and ho$
set forth in his comprehensive 33-point platform)
Florida will have ALL these things .. *'lM
the burden of a general sales taxi

With Colin English as Governor, Florida wil
have four years of good, progressive, effic"n
and economical government wir'
leadership of a man tested and proved in
state government.
Yes, with Colin English as Governor, Florida
HAS a great future.
At The May 4th Democratic Primaries