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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Biai-NUMBER 18
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
ALESTINE CHAOS EVIDENT AS 15th NEARS
Etish Troops
At Haifa
ftUSALEM. (JTA) While
reigned under the terms
8-hour cease fire agree-
_the first 1.0Q0 British
sent to Palestine from
jlanded at Haifa. They will
Bowed by additional troops
dalta.
blence broke out briefly in
Jem Wednesday night as
i to engineer an Arab-Jew-
uce in the Holy City ap-
bogged down.
a a peaceful day through-
he city, explosives erupted
Moslem Shiekh Jarrah
*r, a few blocks north of the
trailed city.
lanwhile, Haganah reinforce-
were being rushed into
n on Palestine's northeast-
trontier, facing Syria, to head
threatened new invasion
Lttack on Jewish settlements
Upper Galilee. Jewish in-
fence has reported that new
i units are pouring into the
i area, just across the Jor-
liver in Syria, and that more
I have been observed on the
| road from Damascus mov-
loward Batiha, which is a
pus of the road. For the time
.however, all is quiet on
orts from southern Pales-
that the Jews blew
everal bridges leading into
ab city of Beersheba in an
hpt to isolate the Arab guer-
\ based in the town. All roads
vicinity are now consid-
|impassable. In north central
(tine the Haganah has oc-
two Arab villages near
I from which guerrilla rein-
nents have been infiltrating
I and snipe at the Jews.
I Palestine Government has
I reports that the Arab Le-
disobeyed orders from
nmlssioner Sir Alan G.
ngham to cease fire against
settlement of Gesher
! northeastern frontier. The
nent statement accused
of opening fire on the
fonaires.
! extent of the disruption of
wb political leadership was
today when it was
that the tentative Arab
"ment which will be re-
i for law and order after
I of the mandate, 12 days
does not include a single
*fof the Husseini-controll-
*r Committee.
Palestine Air
Mail Terminates
WASHINGTON, (JTA) All
air mail service to Palestine was
terminated this week, the Post
Office Department announced
here. The action was taken be-
cause Lydda Airport has ceased
functioning, a spokesman de-
clared.
At the same time, a State De-
partment representative stated
that the department has no in-
formation concerning an invasion
of Palestine by King Abdullah o
Transjordan.
Miamians Head
B'nai B'rith
State Groups
Milton A. Friedman, Miami at-
torney, was elected president of
the State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Lodges at a convention
held in Jacksonville this past
weekend which was attended by
U.S. Court Rules
Out Restrictive
Covenants
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
Supreme Court, in a six to zero
decision, this week ruled that
neither federal nor state courts
can enforce restrictive covenants
aimed against the use or oc-
cupancy of real property on the
grounds of race or color. The
court did not rule that the coven-
ants in themselves are unconsti-
tutional, only that enforcement
by the courts of privately agreed-
upon covenants violates the con-
stitutional guarantee of equal
protection of the laws contained
in the Fourteenth Amendment.
Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson
wrote tile two opinions, covering
four restrictive covenant cases,
that were handed down today.
The four cases covered included
two in the District of Columbia,
and one each in St. Louis and De-
troit. All four cases covered prop-
erty covenanted against use or
occupancy by Negroes. Justice
Vinson was joined by Justices
Hugo L. Black, Felix Frank-
furter, William O. Douglas, Frank
Murphy and Harold H. Burton.
On the question of whether the
covenants themselves can be
ruled unconstitutional, the Court's
opinion pointed out that the Four-
teenth Amendment applies only
to such action as may be taken
by the states. The Fourteenth
Amendment "erects no shield
against merely private conduct,
however discriminatory or wrong-
ful.'' It added: "We conclude,
therefore, that the restrictive
agreements standing alone cannot
be regarded as a violation of any
rights guaranteed to petitioners
by the Fourteenth Amendment.
So long as the purposes of those
(Continued on Page 4)
State Department
Appoints Hilldring
WASHINGTON, (JTA) The
appointment of General John
Hilldring to the specially-created
post of special assistant to the
Secretary of State for Palestine
Affairs was announced this week
by the State Department. He will
head the section which will
handle all matters relating to the
shaping of U.S. policy on Pales-
tine.
Milton Friedman
delegates from 19 lodges through-
out the state. Mrs. Sam Silver
was made president of the Wom-
en's auxiliary.
Formerly state vice president,
Friedman has been chairman of
B'nai B'rith youth activities for
the state the past eleven years.
He has served as president of the
Miami AZA chapter, and went
through the ranks of office to
become president of Sholem lodge
in 1944. Currently a representa-
tive from Florida to the District
Grand lodge B'nai B'rith youth
activities, he is past chairman of
that committee. Friedman also
helped organize Hillel founda-
tions at the Universities of Mi-
ami and Florida where he studied
law.
Among the newly elected state
president's other activities are
past president of the Miami Y
where he is now serving as a
three-year director; member and
past officer of Congregation Beth
David; a chairman of the Miami
Men's division of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for three years,
and director of the Pi Lambda
Phi alumni association.
Mrs. Silver passed through the
McCarty, Warren
In Governor Race
The two youngest gubernatorial
candidates, Dan McCarty of Fort
Pierce and Fuller Warren of
Jacksonville, will run off in the
final primary to select the Demo-
cratic nomination May 25. They
are both native Floridians, former
legislators, veterans of World War
II and University of Florida
alumni.
Other state candidates that must
face runoffs are Richard W. Er-
vin and L. Grady Burton for at-
torney general.
County commissioner from the
second district of Dade county
will be voted upon again be-
tween Preston B. Bird and Grant
Stockdale; as will Circuit judge
of group I between Ross Williams
and William A. Herin; state sen-
ator, R. B. Gautier and William
J. Pruitt; representative of group
I, George S. Okell and John R.
Ring.
Jimmy Sullivan vies with Per-
(Continued on Page 4)
Sachar Heads
Brandeis Univ.
BOSTON, (JTA)Formal an-
nouncement of the appointment
of Dr. Abram Sachar, chairman
of the national Hillel Founda-
tions, as president of Brandeis
University in nearby Waltham
will be made this week, it was
reported here. The Jewish-spon-
sored secular institution will open
in September.
Dr. Sachar, well known as one
of the country's leading Jewish
educators, announced that he will
begin immediately to organize a
faculty for the school. He holds
a doctorate from Cambridge Uni-
versity and honorary doctorates
from Illinois and Wesleyan Uni-
ranks to president of Sholem I versities and Hebrew Union Col-
(Continued on Page 4) jlege.__________________
Architect Announces Plans For Proposed New Orthodox Congregation Hebrew School
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UN Provisional
Regime Discussed
Lake Success, (JTA) The
framework of a United Nations
provisional regime for Palestine
has begun to take tentative shape.
With only the Soviet Union
definitely dissenting, the sub-
committee of the general assem-
bly's political and security com-
mittee tacitly accepted as the
basis for its work an outline sub-
mitted by France, calling for a
central administrative organ to
be combined with a large meas-
ure of local authority for both
Arabs and Jews.
Britain this week called on the
United Nations to drop all talk of
trusteeship for Palestine and to
create, before May 15, a tem-
porary "neutral" authority under
the U.N. that would take over
central administrative responsi-
bilities upon the expiration of the
mandate.
Arthur Creech-Jones, British
Colonial secretary, again restated
his country's determination to
end the mandate within less than
two weeks and warned the Gen-
eral Assembly's Political Commit-
tee that it could not hope to find
a practical formula for future
government in so short a time.
It was clear that by the term
"neutral" Britain was trying to
rule out such an existing body
as the U.N. Palestine Commis-
sion, which is committed to carry
out the partition plan. Informed
sources were inclined to interpret
the British maneuver as an at-
tempt to cut the legal ground
from under the plan to proclaim
i Jewish state on May 16.
"I am not suggesting trustee-
ship," Creech-Jones said, "be-
cause it has found no acceptance
and both sides are likely to re-
gard it as the postponement of
independence and implying a
further period of tutelage." He
said the dispatching of British
reinforcements to Palestine im-
plied no change in policy nor did
it mean an alteration in the
British evacuation program. Re-
inforcements were sent in, he as-
serted, to secure the British posi-
tion in Palestine so long as the
mandate lasts and then to pro-
tect the evacuation which will
be completed by August 1.
The neutral U.N. administra-
tion would have the task of tak-
ing over assets of the Palestine
Government to prevent looting,
to further mediation between
Arabs and Jews and to act as "a
unifying central body." Even
under partition, he declared,
economic union was considered
essential and the U.N. regime
would have to handle those eco-
nomic and administrative prob-
lems which apply to the country
as a whole, whether or not it is
eventually divided into two
states. Gen. A. G. L. McNaughton
of Canada promptly supported
the British suggestion which was
also welcomed by the delegations
of Bolivia and Greece.
The Russian delegation at the
Political Committee again con-
demned the U.S. working paper
on trusteeship as "a shameful
document" hardly worth detailed
attention, and said even if it were
amended, it would be unaccept-
able.
,. 1,
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PAGE TWO
vJewlstncrldlian
FRIDAY, MAY
Letters To The Editor
^Newcomer"
Gentlemen:
The letter concerning Harry
Simonhoff's articles written by
Morton Russack and appearing in
your recent issue, is amazing in
its unfair attack upon the man
who has done more than any per-
son in the community to combat
intolerance and misunderstand-
ing.
Mr. Russack, like so many new-
comers to the community, and
like so many who have suddenly
begun to awake to their "Jew-
ishness," suggests that Mr. Simon-
hoff join with others in building
good, interfaith relations. For 25
years Harry Simonhoff has de-
voted more of his time than any-
one in the community, on inter-
faith work. For these 25 years
he has either been chairman of
all anti-defamation activities, or
has been one of the leading mem-
bers of the anti-defamation com-
mittee.
Long before it became popular
to be concerned with anti-semet-
ism, Harry Simonhoff was devot-
ing hours each day combatting
the forces he knew were inimical
to the welfare of our people. To-
day he continues fighting those
forces, whether Jewish or non-
Jewish. Some people have found
Mr. Simonhoff not "politic." He
has never minced words or de-
viated from an opinion because
it might hurt someone's feelings,
and perhaps not be popular.
Mr. Simonhoff's approach has
been a positive one, critical of
those' who would weaken Jewish
community lifeshilly shallying
has always aroused his ire. Truly,
people like Mr. Russack, who at-
tempt to criticize the outstanding
community leader, should first in-
vestigate and learn something
about the man whose forth-right
statements come from a lifetime
of experience in this community
with the things of which he
speaks.
Sincerely,
BURNETT ROTH
Dade Petroleum Group
To Reorganize
Jacksonville, Fla.A reorgan-
ization meeting of the Dade
County Petroleum Industries
Committee will be held in Miami
at the school auditorium, 275 N.
W. 2nd St., Thursday, May 13 at
7:30 p.m. Service station opera-
tors, garagemen, dealers, truckers
and many others representing al-
lied interests will gather from
every section of the county to
discuss matters of vital import-
ance to the motoring public and
the petroleum industry. The elec-
tion of officers will be held during
the session.
Poor Harry
Dear Editor:
You may recall the old song
"I'm just Wild about Harry"
well judging by the number of
calls I've received about Harry
Boyell's letter in last week's
Floridianthe whole community
is wild At Harry not about
Harry! They are evidently wild at
Harry (paid executive director of
the local "American Council for
Judaism") because Harry echoed
the distorted arguments of his
boss Lessing Rosenwald and his
2009f America Firsters, that those
who protest the Palestine Re-
versal Policy of the State Dept.
are disloyal.
By this token, Harold Stassen.
Senator Robt. Wagner, Senator
Taft and Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt,
are unpatriotic too since they at-
tacked the backdown on the Nov.
29 decision of the UN.!
Poor Harry doesn't have a
patriotic leg to stand on since
after he wrote his letter last week
the U.S. has abandoned the Trus-
teeship plan which the council
favored and is now backing Eng-
land's "truce" plan. Besides the
U.N. Assembly has not arrived at
any decision yet and in the words
of the Hatikva all decent human
beings say "Our hope is not lost
yet" that justice will be dealt to
Israel and a decision for a Jew-
ish State will be the result of the
U.N. deliberations.
Talking of loyalty, we wonder
who Mr. Boyell and his council
are loyal to? Are they loyal to
the Jewish cause in Palestine?
Certainly not! They are opposed
to a' Jewish State in Palestine!
Well, if they are not /or us they
are against us'. If they are against
us why not call it the "Council
against Judaism" or the "Council
for the Arab Cause! Maybe the
best advice to Harry is "If you
can't say anything good for the
Jewish cause then remember that
silence is golden!
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During the past season there
has been an influx of refugee
artists from Europe, most of them
having been detained in Concen-
tration Camps for 3 and 4 years-
most of them have come to me
for engagements. You know how
they exploit artists in the area
I arranged for many engage-
ments, but mostly they have had
to give their services gratis. It
seems a strange parable, that
while if they were on the other
side of the ocean we would be
sending them material aid, yet
when they arrive here to try to
rehabilitate themselves, we use
them for the various organiza-
tions, who pride themselves on
doing good work for all our va-
rious 'CAUSES" yet fail to see
the good they would be doing by
helping these artists when they
perform for them, and surely
"Charity Begins at Home" could
be aptly applied here. But we are
slow to change our tactics and in
the meantime, they must eatso
I have suggested to them that we
band them together in an "In-
ternational 'Refugee Artists'
Guild"bona fide artists can be
regular membersthose refugees
who are interested in being with
their "Landsmen" can be associ-
ate members. The purpose of the
"International Refugee Artists
Guild" will be to give artistic
shows and concerts at a nominal
fee and are will to give a per-
centage to any of the "CAUSES."
Last night I arranged a pro-
gram for the Greater Miami Pio-
neer Women with three of these
refugee artists in addition to
Chana Grosberg the star of the
Poilhse Banda, and we had to
turn the people away.
I hope you will find space for
this letterI am sure the good
people of Greater Miami will un-
derstand the need of these fine
artiststhey are very proud and
in dire need of assistanceand
will attend the performances
when they are givenand as I
said a good percentage will be
donated for any worthy "Cause."
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FRIDAY
MAY 7. 1948
+Jewisti fhrecfiain
PAGE THREE
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
, Rlchmond. Va.-M/KVEH IS-
We stopped at Savannah to
e,"lunch. While enjoying a de-
licious P"
,lt. of shada seasonal
fish native
and as goo
to the southeast coast,
d as pompano, if you
a n't mind pulling out the bones!
|dfsaTd to my friend, "Did you
rnoW the Jewish community of
vannah v,,s founded in 1733 by
L 40 settlers who came on the
'd shipload among General
Shot' -.onists?" '-No, I
didn't" answered my friend,
-Where do vou find such obscure
information- "In the Jewish
Encyclopedia. It is there for any-
one'who cares to read It
Seeing Mikueh Israel listed in
the phone book among churches,
I remarked. "If I remember right
that is the name of the original
congregation. Let's see it among
Ihe other sights."
We drove down Bull Street
looking for the number. In the
quiet repose of the 18th century
setting we could find no building
that suggested a synagogue even
remotelv. To be sure there stood
a gothic structure with recessed
windows, pointed arches and a
tall steeplean Episcopal church,
no doubt, and we drove on. Stop-
ping for a coca-cola I looked into
the telephone book again. Yes,
there it wasthe same address
on the same street.
We drove back to the same
spot. There it stoodthe same
Episcopal church. Gewalt! What's
wrong with me. Did I copy the
wrong number again? I was good
and sore. I had to get out to
reconnoitre. My friend hid his an-
noyance benind a newspaper. I
examined the building carefully.
No cornerstone, no Mogen David,
no tablet, no Jewish symbol, not
a single Jew ish letter. I walked
around the building and found
a deep recessed archway that led
to the back door. Finally I could
see a stone tablet carefully hidden
from public view, with the words
engraved: -Erected by the Shef-
tall Trust, 1904." I recalled that
Mordecai Sheftall was one of the
outstanding patriots of the Amer-
ican revolution. So the mystery
was finally cleared; the Mikveh
Israel Synagogue!
During the long drive north-
ward I could not stop thinking
about the attempt at conceal-
ment. What was in the minds of
the trustees? Did they really want
their fellow townsmen to think
that their synagogue was a
church? It may be true that there
is no specific style of Jewish
architecture but the synagogue
motif whether Moorish, Romanes-
que or Byzantine has in the
course of centuries evolved a dis-
tinct character. But gothic is as
purely Christian as the bell or
the cross. In any event the purely
church effect might have been
offset with a Star of David, a
Menorah, a Ten Commandment
twin tabletor at least a Hebrew
inscription.
But what is more depressing is
the concealment of authentic his-
tory that should evoke pride.
These fine old cities are justly
proud of their past. There are
plaques everywhere calling the
attention of tourists that some
historic event happened here;
that some famous personality
lived there. And since Jews love
to ape the actions of the dominant
population I can only wonder at
the reticence of Savannah Jewry.
Why is there no tablet planted
on the green lawn in front of this
Temple, commemorating the fact
that the founders of this congre-
gation were among the first
colonists to settle and build up
Georgia. That Samuel Nunes, the
first doctor in the colony, was
publicly thanked by Governor
Oglethorpe for his services to
the sick of all denominations; that
Philip Minis was the first white
child born in Georgia; that dis-
tinguished services were rendered
Mrs. Raab To
Lead Cardiac
Mrs. Charles Raab will be re-
installed as president of the Dado
chapter. National Children's Car-
diac Home, by Mrs. Gertrude
Lachs, at their installation lunch-
eon Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. in the
Colony restaurant, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Leopold Marcus is the found-
er president.
Sophie Tucker is an honorary
trustee.
Serving with Mrs. Raab this
year will be Mrs. Milton Wolf.
Mrs. Sid White, Mrs. Sal Ramagli
and Mrs. Julius Weiner, vice
presidents. Mrs. Louise Levy is
again corresponding secretary.
Mrs. Harry Wynroth has been
elected recording secretary; Mrs.
Jessie Marcus, treasurer, and Mrs.
Sam Weinstein, financial secre-
tary.
Mrs. B. Strauss. Mrs. P. Marks.
Mrs. R. Oboler and Mrs. S. Bern-
stein are to serve on the board
of directors for three years: the
Mesdames M. Cohen, J. Eisen-
berg. S. Allen. G. Wolff. D. Har-
ris, B. Oboler, M. Hoffman. S.
Rosenberg and M. Drcyfuss, two
years; and one year, the Mes-
dames S. Holland. S. Levine, O.
Adler, A. Kogan. S. Nathan. G.
Gertner, H. Levitt, R. Cone, J.
Grossinger. A. Katz, B. Simpson.
H. Gotleib, G. Levenson. L.
Groner, S. Rich, P. Seitlemen, and
R. Levine.
Other trustees are Mrs. C.
Baum, Mrs. R. Beyer, Mrs. J.
Goldstrom, Mrs. J. Jacobs. Mrs.
B Rosenblum and Mrs. R. Socol-
off.
The advisory board consists of
Emcmon Club Hold
Mother's Day Program
A mothers' night program will
follow the regular meeting of
Emanon club at their next meet-
ing, Wednesday, May 12, in the
Miami YM & WHA at 8 p.m. The
Amazing Maurice, magician, will
provide the entertainment.
Miss Jean Guberman will read
poetry written on the merits of
motherhood, accompanied by Miss
Rita Jo Quartin at the piano.
Flowers and gifts are to be pre-
sented to all mothers of members
and refreshments will be served.
the Mesdames J. Marcus, M. Fur-
man, R. Glatt, C. Kemp. R. King,
G. Lachs, M. Marienthal. E. Mil-
ler. S. Rose and G. Goldberg.
Mrs. M. Hoffman is in charge
of the program. Reservations may
be made by contacting Mrs. M.
Cohen, 1040 10th St., Miami
Beach.
Carl Weinkle
Heads Beach Y
Miami Beach YM & WHA re-
named Carl Weinkle president
last Sunday at the Y meeting
and official opening. Harry Zuk-
ernick is honorary president.
Other officers include George
J. Bertman, Archie Brick, Milton
Sirkin and S. W. Shapiro, vice
president; Leo Huberman, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. George Cohen,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Carl Susskind. financial secre-
tary; and Max Meisel, treasurer.
New board of directors is com-
posed of Dr. William Bernstein,
Leo Chaikin, Dr. M. B. Cirlin,
Shirley Collegeman. Mrs. Edith
Weinstein, A. B. Cutler, Irving
Cypen, Benjamin Giller, Mrs.
Moses Kreiger, Paul Weitzman,
Mrs. Nettie Lefkowitz, Joseph
Rambam, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Carl Susskind and Arthur De-
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FRIDAY, MAY 7
EDITORIAL
The British iiame
The disclosure that Britain was rushinq re-
inforcements to Palestine exposes her ugly game
and purpose at the grimmest moment in the
history of the Holy Land.
The official excuse for rushing troops is that
the situation had "seriously deteriorated." But
in the light of the recent Jewish victories it becomes
evident that what the British mean is that the sit-
uation has deteriorated for the Arabs and that
they intend coming to the rescue of the Arabs.
This was evident not only by their scandalous
conduct at Jaffa, where they interfered militar.ly
after a sweeping Jewish maneuver against a city
which had been a nest of Arab sniping against
Tel Aviv, but by their admitted failure to check
Arab infiltration into Palestine. If they claim it is
their duty to maintain security in Palestine until
the expiration of the mandate and the complete
removal of their forces, why didn't they use their
available troops to check the infiltration of Arabs
into Palestine in violation of international law
and in violation of a United Nations decision?
The answer is simple. While the Arabs were
hold ng the upper hand in the first stages of the
conflict, Britain sat back. Now that the Jews have
effected partition by blood and force and are pre-
pared to defend that status at all costs, Britain
suddenly discovered that the situation has so
"seriously deteriorated" as to warrant sending
new troops into Palestine. If their intention to
withdraw from Palestine is real, the pouring in of
new troops at this time can only mean they will
have moie troops to remove. If the British con-
tend that their interference in Jaffa and Jerusalem
status envisaged by the original decision of the
was based on a desire to maintain the territorial
General Assembly, then Britain must abandon
the claim of "neutrality" behind which it has
sabotaged the U.N. solution. If it is contended that
retention of the territorial status quo was evidence
of real neutrality, on what basis then can Britain
justify its failure to act when tens of thousands of
Jews were beleaguered in Jerusalem, which under
the terms of the Assembly's decision was to be
placed under international aegis? Why didn't
they shoot at the Arabs in Jerusalem as they did
J *! PAteSTJNE
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THE SMELL IS AWFUL!
at the Jews on Jaffa? Why didn't they threaten
drastic measures against the Arabs when 100,000
Jews in Jerusalem were exposed to starvation by
the Arabs?
British intentions have been clear all alonq.
Now the pattern is emerqing for all to behold.
Br tain is determined to thwart a solution of the
problem because of imperial and imperialistic in-
terests. The traqedy of it all is that she is doinq
this with money taken from American taxpayers,
tens of thousands of whom are Jews, and with
the help of a diplomatically tricked and outwitted
Admin stration.
Jewish Agriculture
The 48th annual report of the Jewish A
cultural Society, just issued by its executive hZ)
Dr. Gabriel Davidson, aqain focuses attention
the importance of a Jewish farm class in th
country. The last years seem to have been ba
years for the Jewish farmers in America a"6'
correlary to qeneral farm prosperity and in H !
with previous post-war farm trends in the Am
can aqricultural economy. But what is probahT
even more important to remember is that ev
in depression times a farm provides a storm cellar
to its owner, something the averaqe city dwells
usually lacks.
Some of our best minds have aiven much
thouqht to the desirability of having a larqe and
sturdy Jewish farm class, and the effect it would
have on the entire structure of our Jewish Hie
The insecurity of the white collar man, the over-
crowded professions, the chanqes that affect the
small shopkeeper and tradesmanall stand oul
in contrast to the lot of the farmer, whose function
is basic to the country and its economy. It is up
to our leadership, particularly those devoting
themselves to occupational training, to direct
qreater numbers of our peoplethe youth in
particularand guide them towards farming as
an honorable and secure means of livelihood.
Modern mechanized farming, and its improved
advantages, is, unfortunately, not known enough
to great masses of our people.
In recent months the Jewish Agricultural
Society has been contemplating the development
of farming by Jewish people in the Florida area.
In the meantime, those of us who cast their
eyes landward have a great friend in the Jewish
Agricultural Society, which has been tireless for
nearly half a century in behalf of the Jewish
farmer and Jewish farm seeker. The Society pro-
vides various services for the inexperienced
urbanite who longs for a quiet life away from
the big city.
Miamians Attend
tlWB Conclave
Mis. Milton Sirkin, Maurice
Grossman and R. W. Apte will
join the delegates from 314 Jew-
ish Community Centers and YM-
WHAs affiliated with the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board (JWB)
as well as representatives of the
agency's 282 Army-Navy and 53
"Serve-A-V.A. Hospital" commit-
tees converging at the Hotel
Stevens, Chicago, for the annual
meeting of the JWB, Saturday
evening. May 8. and continuing
until Monday, May 10.
The convention will be the
setting for a definitive formula-
tion of a Statement of Principles
outlining the aims and objectives
of a Jewish Community Center.
The delegates will have before
them a preliminary statement on
the subject prepared at a special
meeting of the JWB Jewish Cen-
ter Division Committee in mid-
April, held in New York.
Silver Announces
Miami Y Drive
Max R. Silver, chairman of the
Miami Y membership committee,
has announced that a drive for
new members has been inaugur-
ated and will continue throughout
the month of May. The goal is
1.000 new members.
"In our new building we are
capable of giving service to
thousands of men, women and
children from the nursery, which
caters to children from the age of
4 to 6, to the Golden Age group
for people over 50," Silver stated.
"There is a program at the Y to
suit all needs. There is no reason
why every Jewish person in the
city of Miami should not join the
Y. We have a project to suit the
likes and needs of every man,
woman and child regardless of
age."
McCarty. Warren
In Governor Race
(Continued from Page 1)
rine Palmer, jr., for sheriff of
this county; Dixie Herlong Chas-
tain and Edwin L. Mason for jus-
tice of the peace, 1st district;
Tom Wood and O. D. Henderson,
constable. 2nd district: Pete Mor-
gan and J. T. Vann, constable
4th district.
Only Republican runoff will be
between Walter P. Stewart and
Duncan Held for Representative,
group 2.
Victorious in the first state pri-
maries were Comptroller C. M.
Gay, Treasurer Edwin Larson
Commissioner of Agriculture Na-
than Mayo. Thomas D. Bailey won
the nomination for state school
superintendent; Richard Mack,
railroad commissioner; Glenn C.
Mincer, state attorney; Richard
Oelkers for legislator, group 2;
and William Lantaff, group 3.
County Solicitor Robert C.
Taylor won the first primary as
did County Commissioners Hugh
Peters and I. D. MacVicar. Jesse
Yarborough took over the county
commission seat for district 1 and
Louis F. Snedigar defeated the
district 5 incumbent, Val C.
Cleary. James T. Wilson secured
a majority for re-election as
county school superintendent, and
Joseph L. Plummer is to replace
R. P. Terry on the school board.
Constable nominations achieved
include W. N. Hudson. Luther T.
Hardison, and Harry S. Higgins.
W. L. Kenrick and Kenneth Oka
will hold the position of justice
of the peace in districts 2 and 3
respectively.
Public* Itcccpl ion
Honors Grossman
Plans are being completed for
the publie reception in honor of
Maurice Grossman to be held at
the Miami YM & W1IA May 16.
The testimonial occasion marks
Grossman's tenth anniversary as
executive director of the Y.
Beginning at 8:30 the open
house will be followed by danc-
ing. President Leon Kaplan will
make a welcoming speech and
Milton Friedman, program chair-
man, will present a gift to the
honored director.
Nat Blumberg is serving as
over all chairman for the affair
and is assisted by Friedman. Kap-
lan. Fred K. Shochet, Dorothy
Kaplan, M. J. Kopelowitz and
Max Jacobskind.
Carmel-Mormon Troth
Mrs. Lee Swede of the Sadigo
Court and Mrs. Jack Jablo of
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
sister, Shirley Mormon, to Laur-
ence Carmel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Carmel of Harrison, N. Y.
U.S. Court Ilules
Oul Restrictive
Covenants
(Continued from Page 1)
agreements are effectuated by
Voluntary adherence to their
terms, it would appear clear that
heir has been no action by the
state and the provisions of the
Amendment have not been vio-
lated."
Mia mi an* Head
H'nai It i id.
Male Groups
(Continued from Page 1)
Women's group and served as
secretary of the Fifth District
She has also been a loader of the
BZB B'nai B'rith Girls. Now on
the board of both Sholem lodge
and Coral Gables auxiliaries Mrs
Silver is affiliated with National
Counc.l of Jewish Women, Mi-
am. Hadassah and the Coral
Gables Jewish Social center.
Other officers from this ares
arc Irvmg Cypen, president i
Trop.cal lodge, secretary; and past
I Features Annual
Rureau Meeting
A panel discussion of the
"Future Needs of Jewish Educa-
tion" in Greater Miami will high-
light the annual meeting and in-
stallation of officers of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
The meeting will take place on
Saturday evening, May 8 at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom patio, Miami
Beach. Louis Heiman, honorary
president, will moderate the dis-
cussion. Participating in the panel
will be Benjamin Meyers and
Sydney Greenberg. Max Meisel,
president, will report and A. P.
Cannes, executive director, will
present his annual report.
Installing officer will be Wil-
liam Singer, vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. To be installed are
AleiseL president; Dr. David
Andron, vice president; David
fsen, vice president; Israel Shap-
off, secretary; and Mrs. Matilda
Ratner, treasurer. In addition to
the local rabbis, the executive
committee of the bureau consists
of El' Hurwitz, Dr. M. A. Lip-
kinu, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. S. Rich-
man, Mrs. Leon Ell, Harry Simon-
hoff, Benjamin Meyers, S. A.
Goodman, Hyman Sootin and
Mrs. A. Mamlet, and alternates,
Dr. H. Queen and Louis Mar-
gulies.
Eli Hurwitz, out-going vice
president, will act as chairman
for the evening.
Members of the arrangements
committee are Hurwitz, chair-
man, Mrs. Leon Ell (in charge of
reception), Mrs. Frieda Newman
and Morton Beigel.
Reach Lodge
Honors Turk
Harold Turk, former president
of the B'nai B'rith Council of
Greater Miami, will be honored at
a special "Achievement Night"
program sponsored by the Miami
Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith. on
Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. at the Miami
Beach Y.
A report on the stati c inven-
tion held in Jacksonville during
the past weekend will he heard
and Milton A. Friedman, newly
elected State Fed n Presl'
dent will review Turk's accom-
plishments
Cantor Samuel Kelemer i
Temple Beth Sholem will render
several traditional Hebrew mel-
odies to complete the program.
Harry Zukernick. president,
will preside and David R. Isen-
program chairman, will intro-
duce the speakers.
president of the state, Jack Ab-
bott of Miami Beach, trustee. Miss
Florence Engles is secretary of
the Women's state group.
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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948
Mis* Pont Heads
Lazarus Chapter
Miss Ethel Pont is to be in-
stalled as president of the Emma
Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith
women at a banquet in Betty's
restaurant May 16.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be
guest speaker and Marx Fein-
presldent of Sholem lodge,
master of ceremonies. Mrs. Harry
"?J**Jshnoradiia,r)
Miss Ethel Pont
Gordon will install new officers
and Mrs, Sol Goldstrom will de-
liver the invocation.
Reservations must be made by
May II. by calling Miss Pont at
3-8466 any day before 5 p.m.
Othn newly elected officers in-
clude Miss Dorothy Rader, first
vice pis.: 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.
Board of directors is composed
of Mrs Harriet Bennet, Mrs.
Bernie Swisko. Mrs. Frances
Ciller and the Misses Lilliam Eis-
man. Lillian Sach, Lynn Warner.
Gertrude Ziegler, Florence Engle
and Paul Horowitz.
Miss Pi int and Miss Sach will
attend the fifth district conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith to be held
in Washington, D. C. May 29
through June 2.
Beach Zionists Hear
I. R. Goodman
I. R. Goodman will address
membc- of the Beach Zionist
at their weekly luncheon
Wednesday on his experience in
Palestine in 1947. His subject is
"What I Saw in Palestine and
the Present Situation." Luncheon
begins at 12:15 in the National
hotel. Miami Beach.
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Beach Congress Women
Schedule Card Party
Prizes and refreshments will
feature the card party to be spon-
sored by the Miami Beach Chap-
ter Florida Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, on
Wednesday, May 12, 8 p.m. in
the Blackstone hotel, Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Wiliiam Loeb is chairman
for the evening, with Mrs. Her-
bert Grcenberg and Mrs. Saul
Broida. as co-chairmen, and Mrs.
Alfred Lesser, Harry Koretsky,
Emanuel Baskind, John Soifer,
Clarence Cohn, Leonard Glick-
man, Morris Rabinowitz, Mickey
Michaels and Manuel Tanen-
baum as hostesses.
The public is invited to attend.
Tickets for
the door.
$1 will be sold at
Mrs. William Loeb
Pictured above are two of the styles that will be modeled in
the Kiddie fashion show to be presented by "Suzi Belle" at the
Beth David Sisterhood donors luncheon Wednesday, May 12 in
the McAllister hotel Bay room at 12:30 p.m.
... ,Eve Tellegam is to be fashion commentator. Models will be
children of Beth David members. Mrs. Samuel I. August, ways and
means chairman, is lo present to Harry Markowitz, president of
the congregation, a check covering administration expenses of
the religious school from donor luncheon proceeds.
Mrs. Harry August is chairman of the affair. Tickets may be
secured by calling Mrs. Max Bergman, 3-5837, or Mrs. Ben Hertz,
9-4075.
Shown in the picture previewing the latest fashions are the
Misses Bobby Bermann and Elaine August.
Showcr Honors
Betrothed Girl
Miss Marian Richheimer was
guest of honor at a shower given
Tuesday by Mrs. Joseph Nuren-
berg, Mrs. Harry Plotkin. and
Miss Helen Plotkin in Mrs. Nur-
enberg's home, 2206 S.W. 5th
Ave.
Miss Richheimer, daughter of
Mrs. Lillian Richheimer of Mi-
ami, and Lloyd Gardner, son of
Mrs. Sally Gardner of Miami
Beach, will exchange vows May
27 in the home of Rabbi Murray
Grauer. followed by a family
dinner in the Martinique hotel.
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the Voters of Dade County:
I sincerely appreciate the
fine support given me in
my candidacy for re-elec-
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Group 1. It is my desire to
see as many of you as
possible personally prior
to the 2nd pr'mary. I
earnestly solicit your con-
tinued support. Thank you.
JUDGE ROSS WILLIAMS
YOUR CIRCUIT JUDGE. GROUP 1
Paid Political Adv.
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FRIDAY, May 7,
B'nai R'rll h
Groups Schedule
Renef it Carnival
Jules Channing, Miami Beach
engineer and a member of the
Beach lodge B'nai B'rith, has been
appointed over-all chairman of
the mammoth B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil carnival to be held Sunday
afternoon and night at the Beach
Y May 23, it has been announced
by C. R. Jacobson, council ex-
ecutive secretary.
Headed by co-chairmen E. Al-
bert Pallot and David Lemelman
of Sholem Lodge, the carnival
committee represents more than
2,500 B'nai B'rith members who
are expected to attend the festive
occasion. It is open to all B'nai
B'rith members and their friends
as well as the community at
large.
Tentative plans include musical
entertainment, carnival amuse-
ments, and games of skill.
Serving on the arrangements
committee are: Milton Friedman.
Sholem lodge; Jules P. Channing,
Miami Beach lodge; Sam Schule-
fand, Coral Gables lodge; Mike
Sussman. Tropical lodge; A. J.
Kaplan. North Shore lodge; Mrs.
Ida Danziger. Sholem Women;
Mrs. Sam Schulefand, Coral
Gables Women; Ethel Pont, Em-
ma Lazarus chapter: Betty Ann
Marshall, Rose chapter; Gloria
Farkas, Clara Landau chapter.
Jean Nevel, Debbs; Berly Axl-
rod, B.B.Y.O.
Early requests for booths in-
dicate that Coral Gables Wom-
en's chapter will operate a bak-
ery goods booth; Emma Lazarus
chapter will dispense cool drinks:
Clara Landau chapter, dart-
throwing skill game; and a for-
tune teller and palm reader, Coral
Gables Women.
Talented members of the Debbs
Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Wom-
en will draw caricatures of pass-
ers-by and Coral Gables Women
will sponsor a palm reader whose
identity will remain a secret for
professional reasons.
Emma Lazarus chapter also
plans to set up a "kissing booth"
and the Sholem lodge men and
Miami Beach men's lodges will
offer bask-.'ts of merchandise to
patrons showing excellence in
games of skill. In keeping with
the carnival theme there will be
cotton candy, popcorn, hot dogs,
cool drinks. A dance orchestra
will be on hand.
Tickets for the carnival are
50c each and may be obtained
from any member of B'nai B'rith.
Purchase of a $5 book of tickets
admits the bearer and his en-
tire family to the carnival which
is scheduled for both Sunday
afternoon and evening.
Jews In Sports
Sam Naham. Brooklyn banis-
ter, has finally agreed to terms
of the Philadelphia Phillies. After
giving up three hits in five inn-
ings against the New York Black
Yankees, last Sunday, the Bush-
wick hurling ace packed his duds
and left to join his new mates.

FISTIC NOTES: New York
boxing managers continue to boy-
cott the Twentieth Century
Sporting Club in their quest for
a cut of television money. Last
Friday the 20th Century people
were forced to cancel their third
successive show due to their in-
ability to line up enough talent
to comprise a suitable card. Jack
Solomons, London promoter, is
slated to arrive in New York
early in June on the Queen Mary.
He is bringing in English welter
champ Eric Boon and European
lightweight king Billy Thompson.
Bpth scrappers will be handled
by Ray Arcel, famous ring train-
er. Solomons is looking for an
opponent for Bruce Woodcock,
English heavyweight.
Eighteen-year-old Don Hirsh-
berg of Kings Point Academy i.-
being touted as a future bit;
league hurling prospect. Otto
Miller, former Dodger catcher, is
teaching the boy the finer points
of the game.
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What famous Catholic college
basketball team has decided on a
"No more Jewish ball player"
platform after the quintet reached
national prominence by virtue of
the stellar playing of its Jewish
hoopsters? Contrast this move to
that of a western Pennsylvania
Catholic institution which is
granting scholarships to thr.'e
Jewish high school stars from
Metropolitan New York.
Dance Crafters Appear
In Hollywood
For their second appearance in
Hollywood, Dance crafters of Mi-
ami will present a re-engagement
of their Miami program here in
Miami Edison High school. The
ballet troupe aie scheduled for
the Hollywood Central school at
8:15 p.m. tonight.
Record Fishing Tourney
Prizes Awarded May 12
The 13th annual Metropolitan
Miami $15,000 Fishing Tourna-
ment, the internationally-recogn-
ized and entry-free rod and reel
angling competition sponsored by
the cities of Miami and Miami
Beach, which reached its greatest
participation heights in its his-
tory, Jan. 11-April 18, will honor
its major trophy and other prize
winners on the evening of May
12 at the M.ami Beach Rod and
Reel club.
Under the general chairman-
ship of H. H. Hyman, the event
attracted more than 300,00 par-
ticipants with men, women, and
children anglers varying in age
from five to 74, registering more
than 600 citation-bearing catches
casting and Bahamas division.
Ip.-iIiIcs Women
Entertain Vratt
Members of the Coral Gables
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
presented a humorous dramatiza-
tion for the patients of the T.b.
ward at Pratt Veterans' hospi-
tal, according to Mrs. Herman
Fisher, the group's publicity
chairman.
Featured in the skit were: Mrs.
Sidney Boeninger, chairman; and
the Mesdames William Heckler.
author of the production. A. W.
Harris. Bernard Abramson. Mor-
ns Horowitz, Sam Schulefand.
and Lawrence Simpkins. The
show included original parodies
and poems in which the ladies
introduced themselves to the
audience and told of their duties
with the chapter's board. Re-
freshments were served at the
close of the program.
Coral Gables Women will be
sented at the State B'nai
B'rith Convention in Jackson-
ville on May 1st by the Mrs.
Sam Silver. Mrs. Nathan Bloom.
and Mrs Rose Heines. Mrs. Sam
Schulefand and Mrs. Bloom, pres-
ident of the group, will act as
ates at the annual District
Grand Lodge Convention in
Washington. D. C. on June 1st.
Mrs. Johnny Howard, wife of
the famous night-club comic, has
been appointed chairman of the
chapter's committee to assist in
;1 current S.O.S. Drive for food
and clothing.
The Coral Gables chapter,
which recently enrolled 15 new
members, send packages of food
to their "adopted" family in Hun-
gary.
Mr. and Mrs. Pinto
Plan Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinto have
invited their friends to a cock-
tail party at Pinto Furs storage-
plant. 1161 N.W. 36th St. Friday
afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m.
The affair marks the official
ipening of the plant. The Pintos
have their Miami Beach estab-
lishment at 1642 Euclid Ave.
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*Je*isjh fhrkMan
PAGE SEVEN
"Between You and Me3'
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
THE PALESTINE SITUA-
TION- Everything points to the
possibility that the Palestine bat-
tie will be fought not at Lake
Success, but in Palestine proper
Things have been permitted
to go too far in Palestine to be
checked by paper resolutions .
The appointment in Washington
0f General John Hilldring to the
post of special assistant to the
Secretary of State for Palestine
affairs came too late to make
matteiseasier The only good
thing about this appointment is
the fact that Loy Henderson, the
anti-Zionist chief of the Near
Eastern Division in the State De-
partment, will now be practically
eliminated from influencing U.S.
policy itgarding Palestine ... He
will be completely subordinated
to Gen. Hilldring on matters re-
lating to Palestine However,
this will not change matters after
May 15, when the British will lay
down the Palestine Mandate and
plunge the country into bloodshed
and chaos ... At the present
moment Palestine remains the
sorest spot in the U.S. foreign
policy The Department of-
ficials admit that no promising
formula for settlement is in sight
. And it is taken for granted
that the Arab Legion will march
into'Palestine on May 16 under
orders from King Abdullah of
Transjordan The question is
only: How far will the Legion
march? The Jews will display
no opposition to the invasion by
Transjordan forces of the Arab
part of Palestine, but they will
fight any effort on the part of
the Arab Legion to occupy terri-
tory assigned to the Jewish state
under the U.N. partition plan .
And even though the U.S. would
be willing to participate in a
police force for Palestine, well-
informed sources indicate that no
American troops would be sent
there without the acquiescence of
both Jewish and Arab leaders.
*
THE DOMESTIC FRONT:
Jewish communities throughout
the country have now been given
advice as to how to treat rabble-
rousers ... A set of instructions,
prepared by major Jewish civic
defense organizations, has been
released by the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Coun-
cil They urge not according
any public action to local meet-
ings of inconsequential demo-
gogues who have no appreciable
measure of local support .In
cases where an anti-Semitic
speaker is likely to attract even
minor support from reputable or
unwary elements, different tactics
should be adopted They are
nt to include picketing, but
orderly distribution of leaflet;;
may be useful AdequaU
preparation should also be mad.
to invoke, if necessary, existing
laws pertaining to breaches of the
peace and incitement of riot .
Practically all the important Jew-
ish organizations believe that th(
"quarantine treatment," which
deprives the rabble-rouser of the
benefit of publicity, has proven
to be very effective They ad-
vise that there should be no pub-
lic statement denouncing the
rabble-rouser before one of his
slated appearances Such
statements, they point out, tend to
magnify the man's prestige and
heighten his influence among his
followers They advertise his
meeting and increase attendance
. Derogatory statements in the
press, after the rabble-rouser has
left the community, may be used
when local circumstances warrant
it Especially when the rabble-
rouser succeeded in obtaining
publicity for himself prior to or
during the meeting Counter-
rallies, conducted at the same
time as the rabble-rouser's meet-
ing, have proven to be generally
ineffective.
New Nurses Home
Benefits From Party-
Greater Miami Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief society held a
benefit card party Monday eve-
ning at the Robert Richter hotel
to collect funds for a new nurses
Home here.
Chairman of the affair, Mrs.
Rae Kalmus, was assisted with
irrangernents by Mrs. Zenia Gol-
uskin, co-chairman, and Mrs.
Ouffy Turner and Mrs. Beulah
Poncher.
Delta Sigma Elects
Delta Sigma fraternity at the
University of Florida, a colony of
Zeta Beta Tau, recently elected
Edward Rexnick of Miami Beach
president for the next semester.
Serving with him will be Shel-
don Gendzier of Jacksonville,
vice pres.; Eli Becker of Jackson-
ville, treasurer; Arthur Rogers,
Forest Hills, L. I., secretary;
Spencer Gilbert, Fort Pierce, in-
ter-fraternity conference repre-
sentative; and Hugo Spitz, Mi-
ami Beach, historian.
Juvenile Delinquency
Hillel Forum Topic
"Can We Prevent Juvenile De-
linquency in our Community?"
was the subject of a forum spon-
sored by Coral Gables lodge B'nai
E'rith Tuesday, May 4, at Hillel
House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Featured speakers included
Judge Walter Beckham, Dade
County Juvenile Court, Carl
Hinds, director of the Miami Boys
Club, and Dr. Seymour M. Blum-
enthal of the University of Mi-
ami Psychology department.
A question and answer period
followed the forum. The program
was under the direction of Mer-
wyn Ames of the Coral Gables
Lodge who was assisted by Je-
rome Adelman. Leonard Spiegel,
president, presided and intro-
duced the principal speakers.
Rose Chapter Honors
Outstanding Women
Outstanding woman of Rose
chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will
be announced at a Mother's day
tea to be held Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Anna Malter, 4561
Post Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs.
Edna Platt is chairman of ar-
rangements for the affair.
L. F. GIVEN
PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANT

420 Congress Bldg.
MIAML FLORIDA
Phone 3-3658
llebbs Select Miss
Donna Feldman
Miss Donna Feldman has been
elected president of DEBBS
chapter, B'nai B'rith Young wom-
en.
Serving with her will be Miss
Trudi Lach, first vice pres.; Miss
Roslyn Morris, second vice pres.;
Miss Jean Nevel, rec. sec; Miss
Ricky Nachtern, corres. sec; Miss
Thelma Rappaport, treas.; Miss
Bobbie Schwartz, sgt.-at-arms;
Miss Evelyn Baumoehl, parlia-
nentarian.
Board of directors consists of
the Misses Paula Lach, Rita Jo
Quartin, Doris Brown, Rita
Schwartz, Sydeil Seidman, Lil-
lian Sales.
Huyler's restaurant will be the
scene of the chapter's annual
Mother's day affair in conjunc-
tion with its installation of of-
ficers. Co-chairmen are Miss
Trudy Lach and Miss Roslyn
Morris who will be assisted by
the Misses Doris Brown, Donna
Feldman, Marcia Camner, Dolly
Fishbein. Lillian Goldstein, Jean
Nevel, Phyllis Honig, Paula Lach,
Thelma Rappaport and Charlotte
Sandier.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, president
of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
lodge, will be installing officer.
Members are requested to make
reservations by calling 4-6180 or
78-4979.
THANK YOU
For your overwhelming con-
fidence in me. It is my greatest
ambition to justify that con-
fidence. Thank you.
Sincerely
LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR
Democratic Nominee District No. 5
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SINCERE THANKS!
To those of you who
have supported my
campaign for Circuit
Judge in Group 1.
I know full well the
burden imposed on
each of you and deeply
appreciate your cour-
age and untiring as-
sistance.
It is gratifying to know we have created an over-
i whelming interest in this important judgeship
race. This we have done by running a clean
campaign. Thus, this will assure to this com-
munity the selection of a Peoples' Judge, mak-
ing tenable my creed:
"The Courts lie to ng to the People-9
With gratitude to all the People of Dade and
Monroe Counties, I remain
Sincerely
WILLIAM A. HERIN
Pd. PoL Adv.

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FRIDAY, MAY 7, l948
Mrs. Harold Turk
Beach It'nai
llriih Ladies
Install Mrs. Turk
Mrs. Harold Turk heads the
slate of new officers to be in-
stalled for the Miami Beach
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
Tuesday. May 18th at luncheon
at the Shelborne hotel.
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Mrs Irving Becker. 3rd vice
presider.: I the 5th District, will
act as installing officer and will
make a presentation to the out-
going president. Mrs. Harry Kauf-
man.
At this time the chapter will
present h SI.000 check to Harold
Turk, president of Hillel Ad-
v.r ry uncil to be turned over
to the Hillel Foundation of the
Univ. ." f Miami.
A musical program will bt
_..-- by Mr; I L. Fishbem. con-
cert pianist and Mrs. Harry Kraff.
soprano, of stage and radio.
Triple Celebration At
Workmen Circle Lyceum
VUdeck branch of Workmen's
Circle and the ladies club will
make a triple celebration Sunday
with a banquet. 6:15 p.m. in their
lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
The occasion marks the second
anniversary of the founding of
both groups, the first anniversary
of the establishment of their
lyceum. and the installation of
the 100th member. A musical pro-
gram will complete tre evening
Reservations at S2.50 a plate
mav be obtained by calling Mrs.
Morris Jacobs. 3-2657: Mrs. J. H
Siegei 2-3474. Mrs. Morns
Braunstem. 83-1487; or Mrs.
Simon Snyder. 4-4796.
Personally Speaking...
Mi. and Mrs. Martin Spilka announce the birth of a
daughter, Natalie Paula. 3:30 Thursday morning in St. Francis
hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth.
* *
Mrs. Louis Gordon of 2027 S.W. 6th St. left Monday for
Chicago to join her husband who was called up two weeks ago
upon the sudden death of his eldest son.
* *
Dr. and Mrs. Milton L. Weinkle have returned from Phila-
delphia where he was studying post-graduate work in root-canal
therapy at the Graduate school of the University of Penn-
sylvania.
* *
Mrs. Rudy Baum, wife of the Miami Beach bandleader, is
spending an early spring vacation in New York and is expected
to return home about May 1C. The couple recently celebrated
their eighteenth wedding anniversary. Their son. Robert, is a
student at the Brandes school in Tucson. Arizona.
* *
M. Davies, wholesale merchant and exporter from London,
spent the Passover holidays in Miami Beach at the Victor hotel.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice CoUegeraar. and daughters Shirley
and Betsy moved to 1957 Marseille drive. Normandy Isle, last
Monday. A son. Leroy, an engineer, visited the family this past
week prior to taking a Reserve Officers Naval Training cruise.
* *
Mrs. Sam Schindler left for a month's vacation this week.
She plans to visit her son and daughter-in-lcrw, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Schindler and their son in New York City.
* -* *
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger have as their houseguests
Mrs. Predinger's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Moss of Tampa.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Altschuler and Mrs. Altschuler's father,
Harry Cohen, have moved into their new home at 2110 S.W.
11th St.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein of 1401 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach, have as their houseguest Mrs. Isidor Blum of Meridian.
Mass.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin of Miami have returned from Balti-
more where Mrs. Levin was undergoing medical treatment.
* +
Mrs. Pearl Raidman Kreiger is convalescing in her home at
334 N.W. 2nd Ave. from a fall in her home the day before
Passover.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. David Milner of Baltimore are spending a
few weeks at the Tides hotel, Miami Beach.
-* *
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Pomerantz have flown to Baltimore
to join their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Finglass,
and their newly born grandson, Joseph T. Finglass.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernstein and their son, all of New
York City, are guests of the Town House, Miami Beach. The
Bernsteins are former Miamians.
* *
Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami Beach Y,
flew to New York City Monday following the death of his
father. Jack Jacobson of that city, early Monday morning.
Funeral services were held Tuesday.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Max Stein have moved into their new home
at 5240 S.W. 1st St.
* +
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauffmann left yesterday for a six
months tour through California, Washington, Alaska and Can-
ada. They will pass through Pennsylvania on their return trip
to Miami in November.
Orthodox Sisterhood
Elects Mrs. Stahl
Mrs. Chas. Stahl, was un-
animously elected president of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Sisterhood at the an-
nual election meeting held Wed-
nesday, April 28.
Mrs. Stahl is replacing Mrs.
Emanuel Karger who has served
as president of the Sisterhood for
the past two years.
Other officers elected were:
Mrs. Max Rappaport, 1st vice
pres.; Mrs. Leo Rottenberg, 2nd
vice pres.; Mrs. Sam Geltner, rec.
;ec; Mrs. Leo Oster, fin. sec:
Mrs. A. M. Bear, treas.; Mrs.
Harry Klein, corr. sec.
Installation of officers will
ake place at a luncheon to be
held at Hygrade Dairy restaurant.
731 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach. Monday. May 10 at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Charles Stahl
Rabbi Murray Grauer will install
the officers. The affair will be
highlighted by the presentation
of a substantial sum of money
by Mrs. Karger to Sidney H.
Palmer, pres. of the congrega-
tion, for the building fund of
the congregation. The money
represents the proceeds of a full
year of activities on behalf of
the Sisterhood. Reservations can
be obtained by calling Mrs. Harry
Klein, 2-1467.
Pioneer Women's Council
Hear Book Review
Mrs. Dorothy Fink will review
the book "Blessed Is the Match."
by Marie Syrkin. at a cultural
evening sponsored by the Greater
Miami Pioneer Women's council
Tuesday evening in Beth David
auditorium.
Other entertainment and music
has been planned and refresh-
ments will be served. Admission
will be 50 cents.
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fji.An\jj^:ncoLrj
Maurice Je]fry Binder
Binders Announce Birth
Of Son. Maurice Jeiiry
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
anr. unce the birth of a son.
Maurice Jeffry, Apr.l 17 in
Richmond, Va.
The bris was held Sunday, April
25. with Rabbi Ephr.,. : Shimoff
conducting and Rev. A Click
officiating. Attending were Mr
and Mrs. Jules Bern?'.> in, aunt
and uncle of the baby, and their
son Bernard, all of Miami Beach;
Mr. and Mrs. Nat S;lver of
Greensboro, N. C. great-aunt and
great-uncle: and Arthur Silver
of Lexington. Va., great-uncle.
Mrs. Binder is the former Ray
U. Shochet of Miami.
The baby was named after its
paternal late grandfath.:. Morris
Binder, and his late unc'.e. Sar-
geant Solomon Bernstein of the
U.S. Air Corps, who was r< ported
missing in action during World
War II.
Congress B & P Meeting
Business and professional group
of the Miami Beach chapter.
American Jewish Congress, will
meet in the Miami Beach Y Tues-
day evening at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi
Shapiro is scheduled to address
the group on the subject "A
Covenant."
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FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1948
I'Jenlstncridllan
?y* Dance
PAGE NINE
gee, n,l in a series of bi-weekly
dancer as a part of the social
orogram of the Miami Y, will
take place Saturday night, May
g at the new building of the Y,
450 S.W. 16th Ave., according to
Sam Seitlin, chairman of the
social committee
Dave Tyler and his orchestra
ttiU furnish the music for the oc-
casion. Adimission is $1 includ-
ing tax.
B. Z. Goldstrich Bar
Mitzvah Tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gold-
itrich of 2838 Prairie Ave., Mi-
ami Beach, invite their friends to
attend the Bar Mitzvah of their
sun. B. Z. Goldstrich, at 10:45
am tomorrow morning in Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
and the luncheon that follows in
the Temple patio. No individual
invitations have been mailed.
Out-of-town guests here for the
occasion include Judge and Mrs.
Max Korshak, Mrs. Hazel Korn-
biith and daughter, Lois, and
Rich...'I Mell, all of Chicago.
Young Israel Meeting
Kabbi Murray Grauer will be
guest speaker at the regular meet-
ing of Young Israel of Mi?mi
Beach, Thursday, May 13, at 8:15
p.m. in the Miami Beach YMHA.
Alt mans Reside
In Illinois
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Mrs. Altman
Mr. and Mrs, Burton A. Alt-
man are residing in Springfield.
111. following ;in April 4 wedding
in the Robert Richter hotel. Their
honeymoon was spent in Havana.
Cuba.
The former Miss Constance
Eisenstcin, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry A. Eisensteins. 1005
We Ave., Miami Beach, was at-
tended by her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Edwin D. Easton, as matron of
honor, and Miss Marilyn Sepin
maid of honor.
Edwin D. Easton, the bride's
brother, served as best man for
the groom, who is the son of Mrs.
William Altman of Springfield.
Ushers included Dr. Leonard H.
Jacobson and Sam Shapiro.
The ceremony was followed by
a reception and dinner at the
hotel. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
officiated.
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Taniara Chapter. Mizrachi
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sponsoring a banquet for installa-
tion of officers to be held at the
Floridia/i hotel, Miami Beach, on
Sunday evening at 6 p.m., in
honor of Mother's day.
Harold Turk, Miami Beach
councilman, will be master of
ceremonies for the evening and
act as installing officer. A guest
speaker and musical program
have been planned for the eve-
ning.
Mrs. Charles Turk will be in-
stalled as president; Mesdames
Israel Slotsky, Murray Schulman.
and Henry Chill, vice presidents;
Mrs. Jack Kane, recording sec-
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responding secretary: Mrs. Max
Schenkman, financial secretary.
The following are committee
chairmen for the coming year:
Mrs. Emanuel Karger, parlimen-
tarian; Mrs. H. Kleinman, Mina
Yulish Happy Day fund; Mrs.
Theodore Landesman. cultural;
Mrs. Charles Stahl, membership:
Mrs. Sidney Margulies. calendar;
Mrs. S. Schachno, Jewish Na-
tional Fund; Mrs. Fred Ochs, re-
forestation; Mrs. Murray Shul-
man, printing; Mrs. Herbert
Oster. publicity; Mrs. Israel
Slotsky, ways and means; Mrs.
Betty Schneider, tickets; Mrs.
Henry Chill, refreshments; Mrs.
Jack Janoff, hostess: and Miss
Lillian Bogdon, telephone.
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Their wedding April 11 in the
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through Florida for Stanley Tep-
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Roselyn Geser, who exchanged
vows before Rabbi Irving Lchr-
man. The ncwlyweds are now re-
siding in Miami Beach.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Geser, 1434 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, the bride was attended by
Miss Marilyn Levine.
Harold Edelstein was best man.
Mrs. Topper attended schools
in Baltimore and Mr. Topper in
New York. His parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Topper, 1405
Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
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voters have expressed a desire to re-
place Mr. Bird. I earnestly invite all
those who voted for a change in District
4 to join with my loyal supporters in the
second phase of our campaign.
Nov^haUhefield has narrowed down and the voters have an
opportunity to give their full attention to the issues, I am con-
fident that on May 25th the majority will elect a young man to
represent them as County Commissioner in District 4."
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FRIDAY. MAY 7, l948
Hadassah B. & P.
Selects Officers
Miss Rosalyn Klein, of 312 S.W.
15th Ave. was elected president
of the Business and Professional
Women's Division, Miami chapter
of Hadassah at a special meeting
held Monday night at the new
Miami YMHA.
Also elected to serve with Miss
Klein were the following slate of
officers: first vice president, Ruth
Steinberg; second vice president,
Anne Glazier; recording secre-
tary. Rita Futerfas: correspond-
ing secretary, Helen Narrow;
treasurer, Lola Bix.
Plans were formulated for the
annual donor dinner which is
scheduled for May 26 at the
Clover Club. Miss thelma Smol-
ensky is in charge of arrange-
ments for the affair.
Tropical Lodge Sponsors
Water Carnival
Tropical lodge of B'nai B'rith
has scheduled their first annual
dance and carnival water show
to take place in the Raleigh ho-
tel Saturday f vening. May 3. Pro-
ceeds are to be donated to the
Jewish defense organizations in
Palestine.
Highlighting the evening of
moonlight swimming and water
games will be the appearance of
popular aquatic stars. Dancing in
the patio will follow to the music
of Juan Pinada and his Latin
American band.
Since the prime purpose of the
event :s to raise money for Pal-
defens<;. President Irving
Cvw :i his urged those unable to
nd to send their contribution
in care of him, 1330 15th St., Mi-
ami Beach.
Withers Transfer Co.
Inaugurates Bi-monthly
California Van Service
Withers Van Lines of 1000 N.E.
1st Ave.. recently inaugurated a
bi-monthly service on their own
vans to California and other far
Western points. It is reported to
be the only Southern carrier that
has this service.
The company will carry on
their own vans, from door to
door, furniture, personal effects,
and things of a specialized nature
The service is in addition to their
trucking operations into the mid-
dle West and East.
Sam Weber President of
Flagler-Granada Group
Sam Weber was recently elect-
ed president of the new Flagler-
Granada social center group.
Herman Feldman is the new
vice president; Leo Rothstein.
treasurer; Mrs. Sam Kirschman.
Jr.. recording secretary: and Mrs
James Segal, corresponding sec-
retary.
Members of the executive
board include I. Rubenstein.
Charles Adelman. George Balber.
Plans are being made for in-
stallation of officers this month.
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Morns Cohen, popularly known
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Mother's Day program planned
by the Business and Profe-
Women's division. Miami chapter
of Hadassah. The group will meet
at the new Miami Y on Monday
evening. May 10, at 8:30 p.m.
Mothers of members and friends Be: Ln. who plays only in the key
have been invited as special
guests for the evening. At the
close of the program, refresh-
ments will be served.
In charge of the arrangements
for the program are Mrs. Annt
Gruen and Anne Glazier.
Danny Kaye. who is just back
from entertaining troops in
Europe, asked an Italian what his
fundest ambition was.
"To buy a little home in the
country.""replied the European.
"Your country."

Interesting quotation from John
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learned with the Group Theatre
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are only small actors."

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for junior and all amateur
piano players and song writers.
Irving Berlin, famous composer
of more than 800 tunes, seventeen
Broadway musical shows and
eleven motion pictures, can only
play the piano in one key! Irving.
who just finished composing songs
for MGM's "Easter Parade" film,
this week showed me his piano
which was built for him in 191".
It has an arrangement whereby
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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948
+Jei*li fhridlan
PAGE ELEVEN
Miami Hadassah
To Ele<* Officers
Mann Group of Hadassah will
h .Id elections at their next reg-
ular meeting Monday, at 1 p.m.
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave
The slate as presented by the
nominating committee at the last
ag in April includes: presi-
;, ,. Mrs. H. C. Moser; vice pres-
idents, Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs.
T Martin Fishman and Mrs.
Harry Laufer; treasurer, Mrs.
bydney Lefcourti financial sec-
y, Mrs. Rae Frome; record-
ing secretary, Mis. Irving Genet
and corresponding secretary, Mrs.
pred Ochs. Members of the board
. e the Mesdames Joel Belov,
Joe Carp, S. Dezen, M. G. Drap-
k H. Elson, M. Feingold, Jack
Fink, Rose Gold, Harry Gordon.
Ida Hartz, Ben Hertz, Norman
D. Jacobs, E. Kaye, L. Kotkin, H.
Lackey, Albert Ladd, Edward
Meadow, Minna Mell, Sol Rovin,
L. Rubin, David Sernaker, L.
Silverman, J. Shoeffel, J. H.
Weitzner and Milton Wiener.
Further nominations from the
floor will be taken.
All project chairmen will give
their annual reports. As repre-
sentative of the Miami group to
the local youth commission, Mrs.
H. C. Moser, will highlight the
progress of the various component
groups of the youth commission.
Final plans for installation of
ers, to take place early in
June, are Uteing completed-
Officers of Isaac Levin Lodge No. 1709 installed at ceremonies in Temple Israel, Miami, Florida,
at meeting of Sholem Lodge, with District President Louis Heiman as speaker, and Jack Abbott,
Stale Federation president as installing office. In photo (L. to R.) rear row: Dr. Maurice Serotta,
Albert Beer, Stephen Davis, and Richard Gerstein, President. Front row, (L. to R.) Martin Rosen,
Isaac Levin, Robert Levin, Stanley Schenk, and Paul Glassel._____________________________________
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in which contributions may be
made solely for humanitarian
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president of the council, that the
organizations, in the judg-
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Louis resolution.
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ment of procedures or a separate
fund that will make possible the
widest and most generous sup-
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any moral constraint due to what
was described as the present
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itarian purposes with those that
are expended for political and
reign governmental purposes in
the United Jewish Appeal.
Sholem Lodge Picnic
Sunday At Greynolds
Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith is
planning its second annual picnic
at Greynolds park for Sunday.
May 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Equipment for games and con-
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furnished. Members are asked to
bring their own lunch and soft-
ball gloves.
Perry Botwin, chairman of the
affair, has suggested that those
who desire transportation con-
tact 3-6306, the B'nai B'rith of-
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FRIDAY. MAY 7, i948
Folk Chorus Hails
Jewish State With
Annual Concert
t .--. annua: concert of the
Greater Mauri feiiah Talk
aril] pay tribute tc ihe de-
itate May
16 in Miami Beach ffigh school
audit riuia
A =pec:al program of Jewish
and Palestinian songs and gg
speaken have been scheduled it.
T:-.-:- oratorio "Uartirer Bloot"
The Bl I :f Our Martyrs will
highlight the evening i te
The thei -e;-
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estine, by Y L-i;-.
srith musk -: Ja 3 efei
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the folk i or at the box
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
CONSERVATIVE
ORTHODOX
Zukernick Names
Lodge Chairmen
Hadassah To Elect
Election of officers will be held
on Monday by the Mi
I Group of Hadassah, duri
'ami Beach
A^ M?T32jri^TuS | Chairmen of Beach B'nai B'rit, I reguIar monthly
rt.W. Third are. Rabbi
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the vear 1949-49 The following '
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Sick and visiting committee.
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- Jack August: anti-defamation
Miami Beach Jewish Commun- mmittee, Arthur Frishman:
ity Center, 1415 Euclid are- Mi- rogram committee, David R.
ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehman .1 Isen: vouth committee, Godfrey
K. Newman: adopt-a-family corn-
ami Beach.
Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. program
chairman, will present Mrs. Dor-
othy Fink as guest speaker.
Canior Jacob Y. Gcldring.
Beach AVC Plans
Fashion Show Sunday
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Constable, District No. 3
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I will continue for a better Dade
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PRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948
+Jewist fkrirfitr
PAGE THIRTEEN
Miami Masada To
Hear Mr. Goodman
The newly organized Miami unit
0f Masada will hold its second
meeting at the YMHA, Miami,
Sunday evening at 8 p.m. The
guest speaker will be I. R. Good-
man who has recently come here
from St. Louis.
Goodman has served his third
, member of the National
executive committee of the Zion-
ist Organization of America. In
St. Louis he was chairman of the
Zionist Emergency Council and
for four years served as chair-
man ol the Zionist Organization
there. He was chairman of the
delegation from St. Louis and
South' rn Illinois to the American
Jewish Conference. He also served
as liason representative between
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and the American Christian
Palestine Committee, for the cen-
tral states. Mr. Goodman prac-
ticed law in St. Louis. His activi-
ties in Miami are as an active
member of the board of directors
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict and he has recently been
elected chairman of the Greater
Miami Zionist Emergency Coun-
cil.
Temporary officers of the Mi-
ami unit of Masada who were
appointed at the last meeting are
Joseph Pardo, chairman; Marilyn
Rubinstein, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs S. Kaplan, recording
secretary; Arnold Wilpon, treas-
urer; Seymour Hinkes, program
chairman Dr. E. J. Edelman is
acting as advisor. Young men and
women between the ages of 18
and 30 are invited to attend the
meeti:
MeCarty Arrives
In Miami
Following his success in Tues-
day's primaries, Gubernatorial
Candidate Dan McCarty came to
Dade county yesterday to re-
activate his campaign in South
Florida.
"Those who have worked so
loyally and actively in my behalf
must drive on to assure success,"
McCarty -aid as he urged "all
who supported my worthy op-
ponents t<> join with us in a final
victory "
McCarty promised to "continue
to conduct a clean, aggressive
campaign, based upon my merits
and capabilities."
"The overwhelming vote given
me in Tuesday's primaries by my
neighb n the citizens of Dade
county, is a source of pride and
Satisfaction," he commented.
Pittsburgh Club
Features Pianist
'- Kimball, president of
the Pittsburgh club, has an-
announeed a meeting for Monday
night. May 10 at 8:15 p.m. to be
held in the Atlantis hotel roof
garden. 2635 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
A piano concert will follow the
business session featuring Irving
Laibson, soloist with the Uni-
versity of Miami symphony or-
chestra, and graduate of the Aca-
demy of Music at Vienna.
-----------------------Ph. 9-7720
APPROVED
COLD STORAGE VAULTS
Storage
BY
METRO FURS Inc.
Free Pick-Up
Bonded Drivers
* Repairing
Remodeling and
Cleaning
127 N. E. 1st Are.
1__Commercial Arcade
.1 \ I Flower
Hay Headed By
Miss Cioldeiibcrg
Miss Clara Goldenberg nas
been re-appointed chairman for
the Jewish National Fund flowei
day to be held May 16. She will be
assisted by Mrs. Robert Miller
and Mrs. J. Weiss.
In conjunction with the na-
tional flower day observance to
be held in major cities through-
out the country, Miami solicita-
tions will begin at sundown Mav
15 and continue all day May 16.
Funds derived will be used by
the Jewish National Fund tc
carry on its land purchase and
reforestation program in Pales-
tine.
The observance coincides with
the creation of the Jewish State
by the United Nations.
LEGAL NOTICE
2000 Attend
Danbauin Party
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum
the former Mrs. Bertha Malamut
of the-Versailles hotel, were
hosts at a cocktail party and re-
ception in the Gulfstteam Room
of the Versailles, Sunday evening
from 5 until 8 p.m.
In the receiving line with the
host and hostess to greet the more
than 2000 guests attending were
Mrs. Leonard H. Adelman,
daughter of Mrs. Danbaum, and
Miss Sonya Danbaum, only
daughter of Mr. Danbaum.
THREE BEDROOMS**
Bungalow in Rear
S.W. 15th St. near 17th Ave.
Bungalow Rents$800 per season
Excellent Furnishings
Price $14,750Half Cash
CALL HARRY SHIFF
3-3713
RAY /1 U.I III
REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers .'it
Kl'in S. \V. Sth Street, Miami. Florida.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LARRY I, WHITE" and
TLONA WHITE
GEORGE CHERTKOP
Attorney for Applicants
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THF.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI/ORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No.
116827.
IOSEPH SANCHEZ, Plaintiff, vs,
MARfiARET SANCHEZ, Defendant.
YOU MARGARET SANCHEZ. 6r,1
West 17!'th STREET, NEW YORK
NEW VoRK, arc notified to file your
appearance in the above cans.- for di-
vorce, on or before the 7th day ol
June, A.D. 194X. or a Decree Pro Con-
resso will i.....ntered against you.
DATED: This 6th day of May.
AD' "b''b LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal>M & (;I{|,|,N
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER .*.- SAKOWITZ
Attornevs for Plaintiff
5/7-14-21-2S 6/4
NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ">
business under th? fictitious name o
SMITTY'S QARAOE at 226 N.W. First
S. Miami, Florida, In,,,,,Is ... ..--
igter said name with the t lerk Of ins
Circuit Court of Dade County. Wor-
lda' AL VOLANTB
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Al Yolante
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE JfiSte&a*** that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Miajn[ Florida. Intend, to rj
PRANK RESNICK
Sole owner
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
i/7-14-21-28 6'4
Jf uade CounJF&ows
ETHEL K. BROWN
morney for AppUgWtg
010 Blscnyne Building
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MM ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tne undersigned, desiring t., engage In
ouKineas undei the fictitious name of
IhRRYS DRUG STORE al 2233 S.W
22nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with th. Clerk
r the Circuit Courl ..f Lad,- County,
Florida.
A. .1 IGNBLZ1
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
14 11-28 I I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned, desiring t.. engage In
business undei the rictltlous name ..r
'_' Radio al 313 23rd si.....t. Miami
Reach, Florida, Intends to register said
ime with the Clerk of the Circuit
ourl ol Dade County, Florida
MORRIS S'ARNOW,
Sole >w nei
Myers, Helman A Kaplan
Utorneys for Applicant
3/7-14-21-28 H I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the indi i signed, desii ing to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
TROPICS LUNCHEONETTE at 233
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to reglstei said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court >! Dade
County, Florida.
SAM RANDELL
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mid, rslgned, desiring to angs
business under the fictitious .....ne of
ACE BAG A METAL CO. (Not Inc.)
at 1212 N. W. 1st Avenue, Miami.
Florida, int.-nd t.> register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.f Hade County, Florida,
HARRY FATEL
J. P. LAZARUS
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWlTZ
Attorneys for Applicants
", 7-11-:.'! -28 1 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei- the fictitious name of
HOTEL DEL Kin at llufl Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends (o regi.sier said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I'AM HOTEL CORP.
a Florida Corporation
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersign..,1, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LARRY'S SUNDRY at 17:;:: Coral Way.
Miami. Florida. im,nd to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Couri of Had.- County, Florida.
sail L. COHEN
MARY IL COHEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
I 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
Supreme Super Stores at 1644 Le Jeune
Road, Coral Gables, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk,
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LESLIE FAIRMONT and
MIRIAM LEVY
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LREECE'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-
ida.
Jacob GOLDSTEIN
HAROLD GOLDSTEIN
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Breecc's Fish and
Lobster Market
4/30 3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Not l.e Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the "Fic-
titious Name Statute," House Bill
No. 1175, Chapter No. 20053. Laws of
Florida. 1941, will register with the
'lerk of the Circuit Court, In and
for Dade County. Florida, upon re-
ceipt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the fictitious name, to-
wlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL
CO. under which I am engaged In
i> islness. I expect to engage In busi-
ness at'number 126 N. E. First Ave.,
Rm. 213 In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida.
That the pnrty Interested In said
business enterprise, is as follows:
CHARLES E. PAYNE.
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney, 412 Congress Bldg.
Miami, Florida
I :i-ir,-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undeisign.il. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N.W.
Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla., intend
; i register said name with the Clerk
of the Clroult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
TIMOTHY WATKINS
WILLIAM BOTH WELL
JACK ORR
ROBERT POLLOCK
FRANK E. Sol-OMON
Attorney for Applicants
i 30 5 7-14-21-28
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116603.
LYDA MAE AREHART. Plaintiff.
vs. HAROLD E. AREHART. -De-
fendant.
YOU, HAROLD E. AREHART,
c'o SUPERINTENDENT, VIRGINIA
STATE PENITENTIARY, RICH-
MOND. VIRGINIA, are notified to
file your appearance in the above
cause for divorce, on or before the
24th day of May, A.D. 194S, or a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED: This 22nd day of April.
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal i
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
attorneys for Plaintiff
.,.- Seybeld Building
.Miami. Florida
1/23-30 5,-7-14-21
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, INC.,
1(33 I.. Jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Fla.,
intend i" reglstei Bald name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MIRIAM LEVY
LESLIE FAIRMONT
1RVIN FAGGEN
FRANK B. SOLI >M< IN
Attorney for Applicants
1-14-21-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at
7200 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
1. C. GREENBERG
KATE W. GREENBERG
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 ot
Professional School of Baking at 1800
N W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. '"-;:;VMAN RICHMAN
Sole Owner.
4/9-16-23-30 5/7 ____
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
ThW is to advise you that I have
n,,t be.-n connected with the Dallas
Park Grocery, Miami. Florida, since
May, 1042, and am not responsible for
any of Its debts.
Rose Mellnson
2400 S. W. 21st Street
Miami. Florida
5/7-14-21-28 ___________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP I HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
GEORGE W. SUIT. Plaintiff, vs.
\i vi:Y C SUIT, Defendant,
YOU. MARY C. SUIT. 27-Sth
STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D.
; are notified to file your appear-
ance In the above cans,- for divorce.
on ,,r before the 24th day of May,
A D 1948. or a Decree Pro Confesso
Will'.....ilteled against >OU.
IMTBDl This 22nd day of April,
AL>' B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal) .....
1 By WM. W. STOCKING.
Lieoutj i'lerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
.],., deybolu Buiiumg
Miaou. Florida
1/23-30 5,7-14-21
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. VV. 4th Street, Miami, Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Cb-ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTJsilW
Sole Owne,
4/16-23-30 5
vner
5/7^4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.lack's Tackle Shop at 266 N E. 79th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JACK ROSENBAUM
LEE M. ROSENBAUM.
Partners
4/16-23-30 5/7-14
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
116275.
SALVATORE ZARBO, Plaintiff, vs.
ELAINE ZARBO. Defendant.
To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns
Place, Brooklyn. New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
stvied cause for divorce, on or before
the 10th day of May, 1948.
Dated this 9th day of April. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
joj^jjim Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, AWOTffey
:;27 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
4/16-23-30 6/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Smltty's Garage at 225 N. W. 1st
Court, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
AL VOLANTE
Sole Owner
4/16-23-S0 6/7-H
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. 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 you. 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 THE 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
bo taken as confessed against vou.
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.
GEORGE J. 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 I04S N. W.
20th St., Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS PEARL
Sole Owner
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Iuis Pearl
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business uiider the fictitious name of
JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING
TYPOGRAPHY or ADVERTISING
TYPOGRAPHY at 129 N. E. 1st Street,
Miami. Fla., intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad-- County, Florida.
JACK SHAFFER
ADBLLE SHAFFER
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
Congress Bldg.
4/22-80 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Regina's Bakery at 1094 S. W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PHILIP BALIN
Sole Owner
NATHAN AND SATIN
Attorneys
4,23-30 5/7-14-21
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
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
Road, Brooklyn, New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
file your appearance In the above
styled cause lor divorce, on or before
the 15th day of May, 1948.
Dated this 15th day of April. 194S.
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
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN .CHANCERY, No. 116424.
PAUCA ERNA EHRLICH. Plaintiff,
vb. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant.
TO: KARL EHRLICH
East Avenue, Near Wheat Road
Vlneland, New Jersey
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint liled in the above staled cause,
on or before May 17th, 1948. 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
Floiidian, a newspaper published in"
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 15 day of April, 148.
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
1023 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/16-2S-S0 6/7 _j



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PAGE FOURTEEN
^Jenlstfhridlar
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948
ii
"The Life Of Henry Monsky'
A Leader Among His People
By DR. ABRAM L. SACHAR
Henry Monsky was cut off in his fifty-seventh year, just
when he was coming into undisputed leadership of American
Jewish life. He had built a superb service instrument. B'nai
B'rith. into the largest and most popularly rooted organ zatior
in American Jewish history, a disciplined phalanx of nearly
three hundred thousand men and
He had pioneered an
ne naa pioneerea an .
represent?^ J, VFZL1
women,
over-.-. I
body, the American Jewish C re-
ference, to carry with authentic
e needs and aspirations
of the Jewish people r.:o the
council.- of the nations. These
.. st :' lesser ones
President -
able deference But
ling The -v-
day ::; U lit to bits by
Dg concerns T" f
tremend -.:; fin '
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andt]
were ac-
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,;. and '
; ur :: :r. ::,. :. t a vital c ntribution to
Then we -, pless ni i:ng of the past de-
rty self seekers : d A' '^
Lume. One not
to be faced *c"
* zr
n some mission of pub- *'
late e:ght.es.
up. He traces relations with i
Mayor 0*Dwyer.
Tom Clark, and
in h:gh office.
Dshipi MonsK)
rty. It was to
chaos of
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n for
tsessed and
the d i- to the war ef-
., of peace, to
gram, I i Jewish
nd worked
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best, he was al-
and let actions
.....jes establish in-
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iad 1 -ether
:. which fol-
negotia-
. n of the
Both portions of the volume,
then dovetail into an admirable
symposium. The wife's intimate
understanding, the astute wom-
anlv touches, and the secretary s
more official account of steward-
ship, the appraisal of achieve-
ment. This is not the kind of
volume that has popular glamour
Its subject was not a prima donna
whose eccentricities made good
pub'.city and bad statesmanship.
But it is an extremely useful
volume for the light that it casts
n Jewish life in one of the fate-
ful decades of modern history. It
belongs in the library of those
who are deeply concerned with
.he fate and future of the Jewish
people and of those who look for
integrity and selflessness in Jew-
ish leadership.

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why It is written by the tw
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th. Hebrew manu-
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lets Henry M .nsky stands
youthful, tense, respectful.
the penalty which musl :I>" awed bv the occa_
(extra rdi as well as by the classic
ted by fate to lead '->ld rabbi's words.
;.; cged to the old
The second portion ol the ] '; and,c
ume nd repre- as integrally in the
sents Henry Monsky's public ca- n' Pragmatic American scene^
reer. the side of Monsky be,t'"e understood and reverenced
. se collaborator. | ^e dee] ts of Jewish life and
the B'nai B'rith secret;.: M ly as he heard its haunt-
Hebrew melodies in syna-
gogue or concert hall or meet-
ing room. But he was vigorously
modern and effi ient in adapting
the old to the new. and this su-
perb ambivalence won him the
affection and the confidence of
-: oups.
: gether .. vast amount ol
lence and to synth
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FRIDAY- MAY 7, 1948
AJC Convention Re-Instills Spirit
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PAGE FIFTEEN
By MRS. LOUIS GLASSER
Mrs. Glasser, newly elected
national'vice president of the
American Jewish Congress
writes her impression of the
convention held last month in
New York City.
It is true, I left for the bi-
ennial conventions of the A. J. C.
extremely exhausted, and honest-
ly hesitant concerning the trip,
but for me it was a revitalization,
acting like a magic tonic.
The mass democratic spirit, the
enthusiasm, the overflowing
panels, the desire and determina-
tion of the delegates to partic-
ipate, to focus their sight upon
the grave dangers and problems
concerning our people, to gear
their thinking on new goals, to
delivera to and map out a broad
perspective for months ahead,
will be a recurring source of in-
spiration to me. The convention
was definitely an enriching period
in my lifea personal realiza-
tion of the variety and complex-
ity of our program.
The high keynote of the wom-
en's convention was initiated by
a reception tendered to the dele-
gates from all parts of the U.S.
The marvelous talent that was
provided for the welcome and
entertninment of the delegates
embodied the principles of the
A. J. C. in that there was a good
representation of races, nationali-
ties and cooperative spirit. The
whole theme of the evening's
program was symbolic of the
crucial period through which we
are now living, stressing our cul-
tural heritage.
The artists, colored as well as
white. non-Jewish and Jewish,
sang, played the piano and ac-
cordion, and interpreted by dance
the ancient as well as the modern
culture i our Jewish people. The
whole program was a distin-
guished contribution to inter-
faith understanding and brother-
hood accord through action. The
motivating principles of the A.
J. C, a Jewish state in Israel,
democracy for the people, and
peace for mankind, were clearly
brought home to us. Thev were
emphasize dand re-emphasized
All shared the feeling that the
work of A. J, C. has an im-
mediacy and urgency given to it
by the fact that it lies at the
very heart of American living in
1948.
The entire atmosphere of the
conventions were permeated with
strong sentiments regarding the
Palestine situation, and the in-
tense feelings of the many dele-
gates that A. J. C. should take
decisive action on Palestine as it
was the historical task of the
A. J. C. to take the lead in matters
of political policy. I can still hear
Dr. David Petegarsky's words.
Although the major purpose in
the founding of the Congress
during the first World War was
the organization of a democratic
mass movement through which
fullest American Jewish support
for Palestine could be mobilized.
we are a disciplined organization
and have always recognized the
authority of the Jewish Agency
and the world Zionist organiza-
tion in all matters pertaining to
the struggle and the rebuilding
of the Jewish National Home-
land. Thus our role has been an
undramatic one but nevertheless
substantial."
Dr. Wise prophetically pro-
claimed that the President of the
U. S. had not spoken the last
word for a Jewish state: but that
the last word will be spoken by
the moral sense of the people
themselves: that he registers his
faith that a Jewish state will be
established yet this year, on May
16, 1948and here we lif up our
voices with him for the ultimate
fulfillment of that prayer.
We were given reports of the
achievements of the A. J. C. for
the last two years, reports of the
significant gains towards the
guarantee of full civil liberties
for all Americans, particularly in
the field of equality of educa-
tional opportunity where the A.
J. C. sponsored .bill was passed
in New York state. It was pointed
out that Americans of all origins
no finally realizing that discrim-
ination and bias can no longer

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be checked by exhortation and | livegiving the delegates the full
opportunity to express their ideas
propoganda but only by militant
and forthright campaigns to in-
voke the full power of the law
and public policy to protect the
democratic rights of all Ameri-
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to make known their wishes; to
voice their constructive criticism.
creasing domestic reaction, de-
liberately fostered, might undo
these gains unless determined
counter-offensive were launched.
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of the American government with
regard to Palestine, tension be-
tween the great powers, and in-
creasing domestic instability, it
may become far more difficult
and less popular to continue as-
serting the right of the Jewish
people to statehood in Palesine.
economic and social rights of
Jews in many lands by interna-
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full civil rights of all Americans.
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ing an iota in th? determined and
self-respecting fight we have il-
way carried on in all fields of
activity, we shail not only betray
our responsibilities to our fellow
Jews, but to American democracy
and world peace as well.
There are many incidents and
experiences that I enjoyed at the
convention but two in particular
stand out that I will always treas-
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session of the women's convention
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FRIDAY, MAY 7, ig48
Beach Zionists
Hold Discussions
On Palestine
Three concurrent meetings on
the subject "Latest Political De-
velopments in Palestine" will be
held in the three major Miami
Beach synagogues, Monday eve-
ning, May 10 at 8:30 p.m. under
the auspices of the Miami Beach
Zionist District, Alfred Stone,
president, announced.
The purpose of these meetings,
stated Mr. Stone, is to bring to
the public the prevailing picture
in Palestine and to alert public
support in behalf of the Jewish
State.
To accomplish these objectives,
and for an integration of mem-
bers, the Miami Beach area has
been divided into three districts.
They will be the South Beach
area with headquarters at Beth
Jacob Synagogue, 311 Washington
Ave., of which. Martin Genet,
who has been active on the
Zionist scene, will be chairman;
Central Beach area with head-
quarters at the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center, of which Jack D.
Burris. past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, will
be chairman; and the North
Beach area with headquarters at
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave.. of which S. A. Goodman,
known for his activities in youth
work in the ZOA. will be chair-
man. These groups will hold their
first meeting May 10th, and will
meet every second Monday of
each month, thereafter.
The speakers who are sched-
uled for each group, are Leon
Ell. an active member of the
board of directors, at the North
Beach area: Shephard Broad,
chairman of the board of di-
rectors, at the Central Beach area:
and I. R. Goodman, formerly of
St. Louis, where he was active on
the American Christian Palestine
scene, at the South Beach area.
Following the speakers, discus-
sion on a "Town Hall'" style will
take place on the various phases
of activity and programming of
the Miami Beach Zionist District.
The public is invited to attend
either of the three areas.
Miss Saal Wed*
Loon A. Iiek
Miss Judy Saal. daughter of
Mrs. Mary Saal of Miami Beach,
and Leon A. Jick. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Jick of St. Louis,
exchanged vows at a candlelight
ceremony in the groom's home
April 22. Following the wedding
the newlyweds motored to the
Ozark mountains where they
spent their honeymoon.
The bride's brother. Hubert
Saal, a student at Yale university.
flew into St. Louis for the oc-
casion.
Mrs. Jick attended schools :n
Miami Beach and Florida State
University at Tallahassee. She
was graduated from the Universi-
ty of Miami. The bridegroom
served in the Army Air Force for
three years. A graduate of George
Washington university in St.
Louis he also studied at Vander-
bilt.
Both of the couple have been
active with the Habonim. Labor
Zionist group, she in Miami, and
he with the national office in
New York. They will make their
home in New York C::y
SOS Drive Chairmen Seek Supplies
Pioneer Women
Collect s 1.200
Greater Miami council of Pio-
neer Women collected SI200 for
the Child Rescue Fund and the
Labor Palestine Emergency fund
at their concert and picture in
Flamingo park May 2. The affair
drawing an attendance of 1400
represented the efforts of the
three Pioneer Women's groups,
clubs I and II and the Kadimah
chapter, and was arranged by
Miss Ruth Brotman.
In charge of the arrangements
were Mrs. Pearl Kreiger. Mrs.
Hadassah Ratner and Mrs. David
Washer.
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of the next meeting of Sholem
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Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the new-
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..larx Feinberg will be prose-
cuting attorney; Jerome Weinkle.
defending attorney; Abe Arono-
vitz, judge; and Lou Glick, Isaac
Levin. Charles Bach, Irving Saal,
Pop Rayvis and Elry Stone,
jurors.
Dessert Installation
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman will ad-
dress members of the Clara Hirsch
Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith
Young Women at their mother-
daughter "Coffee and Dessert'"
Monday, May 10, 8 p.m. at the
Trocadero res'aurant, Miami
Beach.
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ther's_ Day, according to Mrs. A.
Wallman, in charge of arrange-
ments. New officers will be in-
stalled by Mrs. Irving Becker, a
past president of District No. 6
B'nai B'rith at a candlelight
ceremony.
Miss Shirley Collegeman, past
president, will be appointed to
the new office of counsellor and
Miss Gloria Farkas and Miss
Bette Ann Brown will be installed
as president and vice president.
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FRIDAY MAY 7. 1948 +Jewisti fhrecfiain PAGE THREE I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF Rlch mond. Va.-M/KVEH ISWe stopped at Savannah to e,"lunch. While enjoying a delicious P" lt of shad—a seasonal fish native and as goo to the southeast coast, d as pompano, if you A n't mind pulling out the bones! |d fsaTd to my friend, "Did you r noW the Jewish community of vannah v,,s founded in 1733 by L 40 settlers who came on the 'd shipload among General Shot' -.onists?" '-No, I didn't" answered my friend, -Where do vou find such obscure information"In the Jewish Encyclopedia. It is there for anyone'who cares to read It Seeing Mikueh Israel listed in the phone book among churches, I remarked. "If I remember right that is the name of the original congregation. Let's see it among Ihe other sights." We drove down Bull Street looking for the number. In the quiet repose of the 18th century setting we could find no building that suggested a synagogue even remotelv. To be sure there stood a gothic structure with recessed windows, pointed arches and a tall steeple—an Episcopal church, no doubt, and we drove on. Stopping for a coca-cola I looked into the telephone book again. Yes, there it was—the same address on the same street. We drove back to the same spot. There it stood—the same Episcopal church. Gewalt! What's wrong with me. Did I copy the wrong number again? I was good and sore. I had to get out to reconnoitre. My friend hid his annoyance benind a newspaper. I examined the building carefully. No cornerstone, no Mogen David, no tablet, no Jewish symbol, not a single Jew ish letter. I walked around the building and found a deep recessed archway that led to the back door. Finally I could see a stone tablet carefully hidden from public view, with the words engraved: -Erected by the Sheftall Trust, 1904." I recalled that Mordecai Sheftall was one of the outstanding patriots of the American revolution. So the mystery was finally cleared; the Mikveh Israel Synagogue! During the long drive northward I could not stop thinking about the attempt at concealment. What was in the minds of the trustees? Did they really want their fellow townsmen to think that their synagogue was a church? It may be true that there is no specific style of Jewish architecture but the synagogue motif whether Moorish, Romanesque or Byzantine has in the course of centuries evolved a distinct character. But gothic is as purely Christian as the bell or the cross. In any event the purely church effect might have been offset with a Star of David, a Menorah, a Ten Commandment twin tablet—or at least a Hebrew inscription. But what is more depressing is the concealment of authentic history that should evoke pride. These fine old cities are justly proud of their past. There are plaques everywhere calling the attention of tourists that some historic event happened here; that some famous personality lived there. And since Jews love to ape the actions of the dominant population I can only wonder at the reticence of Savannah Jewry. Why is there no tablet planted on the green lawn in front of this Temple, commemorating the fact that the founders of this congregation were among the first colonists to settle and build up Georgia. That Samuel Nunes, the first doctor in the colony, was publicly thanked by Governor Oglethorpe for his services to the sick of all denominations; that Philip Minis was the first white child born in Georgia; that distinguished services were rendered Mrs. Raab To Lead Cardiac Mrs. Charles Raab will be reinstalled as president of the Dado chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, by Mrs. Gertrude Lachs, at their installation luncheon Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. in the Colony restaurant, Miami Beach. Mrs. Leopold Marcus is the founder president. Sophie Tucker is an honorary trustee. Serving with Mrs. Raab this year will be Mrs. Milton Wolf. Mrs. Sid White, Mrs. Sal Ramagli and Mrs. Julius Weiner, vice presidents. Mrs. Louise Levy is again corresponding secretary. Mrs. Harry Wynroth has been elected recording secretary; Mrs. Jessie Marcus, treasurer, and Mrs. Sam Weinstein, financial secretary. Mrs. B. Strauss. Mrs. P. Marks. Mrs. R. Oboler and Mrs. S. Bernstein are to serve on the board of directors for three years: the Mesdames M. Cohen, J. Eisenberg. S. Allen. G. Wolff. D. Harris, B. Oboler, M. Hoffman. S. Rosenberg and M. Drcyfuss, two years; and one year, the Mesdames S. Holland. S. Levine, O. Adler, A. Kogan. S. Nathan. G. Gertner, H. Levitt, R. Cone, J. Grossinger. A. Katz, B. Simpson. H. Gotleib, G. Levenson. L. Groner, S. Rich, P. Seitlemen, and R. Levine. Other trustees are Mrs. C. Baum, Mrs. R. Beyer, Mrs. J. Goldstrom, Mrs. J. Jacobs. Mrs. B Rosenblum and Mrs. R. Socoloff. The advisory board consists of Emcmon Club Hold Mother's Day Program A mothers' night program will follow the regular meeting of Emanon club at their next meeting, Wednesday, May 12, in the Miami YM & WHA at 8 p.m. The Amazing Maurice, magician, will provide the entertainment. Miss Jean Guberman will read poetry written on the merits of motherhood, accompanied by Miss Rita Jo Quartin at the piano. Flowers and gifts are to be presented to all mothers of members and refreshments will be served. the Mesdames J. Marcus, M. Furman, R. Glatt, C. Kemp. R. King, G. Lachs, M. Marienthal. E. Miller. S. Rose and G. Goldberg. Mrs. M. Hoffman is in charge of the program. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. M. Cohen, 1040 10th St., Miami Beach. Carl Weinkle Heads Beach Y Miami Beach YM & WHA renamed Carl Weinkle president last Sunday at the Y meeting and official opening. Harry Zukernick is honorary president. Other officers include George J. Bertman, Archie Brick, Milton Sirkin and S. W. 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PAGE TWO vJewlstncrldlian FRIDAY, MAY Letters To The Editor ^Newcomer" Gentlemen: The letter concerning Harry Simonhoff's articles written by Morton Russack and appearing in your recent issue, is amazing in its unfair attack upon the man who has done more than any person in the community to combat intolerance and misunderstanding. Mr. Russack, like so many newcomers to the community, and like so many who have suddenly begun to awake to their "Jewishness," suggests that Mr. Simonhoff join with others in building good, interfaith relations. For 25 years Harry Simonhoff has devoted more of his time than anyone in the community, on interfaith work. For these 25 years he has either been chairman of all anti-defamation activities, or has been one of the leading members of the anti-defamation committee. Long before it became popular to be concerned with anti-semetism, Harry Simonhoff was devoting hours each day combatting the forces he knew were inimical to the welfare of our people. Today he continues fighting those forces, whether Jewish or nonJewish. Some people have found Mr. Simonhoff not "politic." He has never minced words or deviated from an opinion because it might hurt someone's feelings, and perhaps not be popular. Mr. Simonhoff's approach has been a positive one, critical of those' who would weaken Jewish community life—shilly shallying has always aroused his ire. Truly, people like Mr. Russack, who attempt to criticize the outstanding community leader, should first investigate and learn something about the man whose forth-right statements come from a lifetime of experience in this community with the things of which he speaks. Sincerely, BURNETT ROTH Dade Petroleum Group To Reorganize Jacksonville, Fla.—A reorganization meeting of the Dade County Petroleum Industries Committee will be held in Miami at the school auditorium, 275 N. W. 2nd St., Thursday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. Service station operators, garagemen, dealers, truckers and many others representing allied interests will gather from every section of the county to discuss matters of vital importance to the motoring public and the petroleum industry. The election of officers will be held during the session. Poor Harry Dear Editor: You may recall the old song "I'm just Wild about Harry"— well judging by the number of calls I've received about Harry Boyell's letter in last week's Floridian—the whole community is wild At Harry not about Harry! They are evidently wild at Harry (paid executive director of the local "American Council for Judaism") because Harry echoed the distorted arguments of his boss Lessing Rosenwald and his 2009f America Firsters, that those who protest the Palestine Reversal Policy of the State Dept. are disloyal. By this token, Harold Stassen. Senator Robt. Wagner, Senator Taft and Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt, are unpatriotic too since they attacked the backdown on the Nov. 29 decision of the UN.! Poor Harry doesn't have a patriotic leg to stand on since after he wrote his letter last week the U.S. has abandoned the Trusteeship plan which the council favored and is now backing England's "truce" plan. Besides the U.N. Assembly has not arrived at any decision yet and in the words of the Hatikva all decent human beings say "Our hope is not lost yet" that justice will be dealt to Israel and a decision for a Jewish State will be the result of the U.N. deliberations. Talking of loyalty, we wonder who Mr. Boyell and his council are loyal to? Are they loyal to the Jewish cause in Palestine? Certainly not! They are opposed to a' Jewish State in Palestine! Well, if they are not /or us they are against us'. If they are against us why not call it the "Council against Judaism" or the "Council for the Arab Cause! 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During the past season there has been an influx of refugee artists from Europe, most of them having been detained in Concentration Camps for 3 and 4 yearsmost of them have come to me for engagements. You know how they exploit artists in the area— I arranged for many engagements, but mostly they have had to give their services gratis. It seems a strange parable, that while if they were on the other side of the ocean we would be sending them material aid, yet when they arrive here to try to rehabilitate themselves, we use them for the various organizations, who pride themselves on doing good work for all our various '•CAUSES" yet fail to see the good they would be doing by helping these artists when they perform for them, and surely "Charity Begins at Home" could be aptly applied here. But we are slow to change our tactics and in the meantime, they must eat—so I have suggested to them that we band them together in an "International 'Refugee Artists' Guild"—bona fide artists can be regular members—those refugees who are interested in being with their "Landsmen" can be associate members. The purpose of the "International Refugee Artists Guild" will be to give artistic shows and concerts at a nominal fee and are will to give a percentage to any of the "CAUSES." Last night I arranged a program for the Greater Miami Pioneer Women with three of these refugee artists in addition to Chana Grosberg the star of the Poilhse Banda, and we had to turn the people away. I hope you will find space for this letter—I am sure the good people of Greater Miami will understand the need of these fine artists—they are very proud and in dire need of assistance—and will attend the performances when they are given—and as I said a good percentage will be donated for any worthy "Cause." 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PAGE SIXTEEN Jenlst)Tkrldiari FRIDAY, MAY 7, ig 48 Beach Zionists Hold Discussions On Palestine Three concurrent meetings on the subject "Latest Political Developments in Palestine" will be held in the three major Miami Beach synagogues, Monday evening, May 10 at 8:30 p.m. under the auspices of the Miami Beach Zionist District, Alfred Stone, president, announced. The purpose of these meetings, stated Mr. Stone, is to bring to the public the prevailing picture in Palestine and to alert public support in behalf of the Jewish State. To accomplish these objectives, and for an integration of members, the Miami Beach area has been divided into three districts. They will be the South Beach area with headquarters at Beth Jacob Synagogue, 311 Washington Ave., of which. Martin Genet, who has been active on the Zionist scene, will be chairman; Central Beach area with headquarters at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, of which Jack D. Burris. past president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, will be chairman; and the North Beach area with headquarters at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave.. of which S. A. Goodman, known for his activities in youth work in the ZOA. will be chairman. These groups will hold their first meeting May 10th, and will meet every second Monday of each month, thereafter. The speakers who are scheduled for each group, are Leon Ell. an active member of the board of directors, at the North Beach area: Shephard Broad, chairman of the board of directors, at the Central Beach area: and I. R. Goodman, formerly of St. Louis, where he was active on the American Christian Palestine scene, at the South Beach area. Following the speakers, discussion on a "Town Hall'" style will take place on the various phases of activity and programming of the Miami Beach Zionist District. The public is invited to attend either of the three areas. Miss Saal Wed* Loon A. Iiek Miss Judy Saal. daughter of Mrs. Mary Saal of Miami Beach, and Leon A. Jick. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jick of St. Louis, exchanged vows at a candlelight ceremony in the groom's home April 22. Following the wedding the newlyweds motored to the Ozark mountains where they spent their honeymoon. The bride's brother. Hubert Saal, a student at Yale university. flew into St. Louis for the occasion. Mrs. Jick attended schools :n Miami Beach and Florida State University at Tallahassee. She was graduated from the University of Miami. The bridegroom served in the Army Air Force for three years. A graduate of George Washington university in St. Louis he also studied at Vanderbilt. Both of the couple have been active with the Habonim. Labor Zionist group, she in Miami, and he with the national office in New York. They will make their home in New York C::y SOS Drive Chairmen Seek Supplies Pioneer Women Collect s 1.200 Greater Miami council of Pioneer Women collected SI200 for the Child Rescue Fund and the Labor Palestine Emergency fund at their concert and picture in Flamingo park May 2. The affair drawing an attendance of 1400 represented the efforts of the three Pioneer Women's groups, clubs I and II and the Kadimah chapter, and was arranged by Miss Ruth Brotman. In charge of the arrangements were Mrs. Pearl Kreiger. Mrs. Hadassah Ratner and Mrs. David Washer. Slioloni Lodge Tries Member "Trial by Jury" is the theme of the next meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, to be held Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the newMiami Y. ..larx Feinberg will be prosecuting attorney; Jerome Weinkle. defending attorney; Abe Aronovitz, judge; and Lou Glick, Isaac Levin. Charles Bach, Irving Saal, Pop Rayvis and Elry Stone, jurors. Dessert Installation Features Rabbi Lehrman Rabbi Irving Lehrman will address members of the Clara Hirsch Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women at their motherdaughter "Coffee and Dessert'" Monday, May 10, 8 p.m. at the Trocadero res'aurant, Miami Beach. The program will honor Mother's_ Day, according to Mrs. A. Wallman, in charge of arrangements. New officers will be installed by Mrs. Irving Becker, a past president of District No. 6 B'nai B'rith at a candlelight ceremony. Miss Shirley Collegeman, past president, will be appointed to the new office of counsellor and Miss Gloria Farkas and Miss Bette Ann Brown will be installed as president and vice president. EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST Your Car's Performance depends upon the stamina and power of its battery. When you need e battery choose WILLARD for long life and definite performance. #Te % .,,. 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Mrs. Freda Newman Junior Hadassah Plans Mother's Day Program Formal invitations for the annual Mother's day tea of the Miami Beach unit of Junior Hadassah arc now in the mail, according to announcement by Miss Roslyn Worth, chairman for the event to be held this Monday, from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Colony restaurant. Each daughter will present her mother with a JNF corsage Miss Sonia Zais will offer a varied rrfusical program, and an original skit will follow. Participates include Misses Lillian Aarson, Phyllis Wilpon, Florence Hildebrandt, Toby Cooper, Mali'.n Cohen, Naomi Segal and Ma'-cia Levin. Assisting Miss Worth, are the Misses Lucille Yagoda, reservations; Beverly Raphael, program; and Trudi Lach. publicity. Hubert Saal Makes Phi Beta Kappa Hubert Saal, son of Mrs. Mary Saal of Miami Bea"h, was recently initiated into Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary, at Yale university. A graduating senior, Saal has majored in English literature. 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FRIDAYMAY 7, 1948 AJC Convention Re-Instills Spirit ^JenistfkrMian PAGE FIFTEEN By MRS. LOUIS GLASSER Mrs. Glasser, newly elected national'vice president of the American Jewish Congress writes her impression of the convention held last month in New York City. It is true, I left for the biennial conventions of the A. J. C. extremely exhausted, and honestly hesitant concerning the trip, but for me it was a revitalization, acting like a magic tonic. The mass democratic spirit, the enthusiasm, the overflowing panels, the desire and determination of the delegates to participate, to focus their sight upon the grave dangers and problems concerning our people, to gear their thinking on new goals, to delivera to and map out a broad perspective for months ahead, will be a recurring source of inspiration to me. The convention was definitely an enriching period in my life—a personal realization of the variety and complexity of our program. The high keynote of the women's convention was initiated by a reception tendered to the delegates from all parts of the U.S. The marvelous talent that was provided for the welcome and entertninment of the delegates embodied the principles of the A. J. C. in that there was a good representation of races, nationalities and cooperative spirit. The whole theme of the evening's program was symbolic of the crucial period through which we are now living, stressing our cultural heritage. The artists, colored as well as white. non-Jewish and Jewish, sang, played the piano and accordion, and interpreted by dance the ancient as well as the modern culture i our Jewish people. The whole program was a distinguished contribution to interfaith understanding and brotherhood accord through action. The motivating principles of the A. J. C, a Jewish state in Israel, democracy for the people, and peace for mankind, were clearly brought home to us. Thev were emphasize dand re-emphasized All shared the feeling that the work of A. J, C. has an immediacy and urgency given to it by the fact that it lies at the very heart of American living in 1948. The entire atmosphere of the conventions were permeated with strong sentiments regarding the Palestine situation, and the intense feelings of the many delegates that A. J. C. should take decisive action on Palestine as it was the historical task of the A. J. C. to take the lead in matters of political policy. I can still hear Dr. David Petegarsky's words.— Although the major purpose in the founding of the Congress during the first World War was the organization of a democratic mass movement through which fullest American Jewish support for Palestine could be mobilized. we are a disciplined organization and have always recognized the authority of the Jewish Agency and the world Zionist organization in all matters pertaining to the struggle and the rebuilding of the Jewish National Homeland. Thus our role has been an undramatic one but nevertheless substantial." Dr. Wise prophetically proclaimed that the President of the U. S. had not spoken the last word for a Jewish state: but that the last word will be spoken by the moral sense of the people themselves: that he registers his faith that a Jewish state will be established yet this year, on May 16, 1948—and here we lif up our voices with him for the ultimate fulfillment of that prayer. We were given reports of the achievements of the A. J. C. for the last two years, reports of the significant gains towards the guarantee of full civil liberties for all Americans, particularly in the field of equality of educational opportunity where the A. J. C. sponsored .bill was passed in New York state. It was pointed out that Americans of all origins no finally realizing that discrimination and bias can no longer — Wright Hotel Equipment Co. INCORPORATED 132 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET n P r HC "^ E 3 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock Ranges Griddles — Fryers — Work Tables — Steam Tables Refrigerated Sandwich Units COMPLETE PLANNING AND LATOLT SERMCE 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 • PAPERHAXGING • WATERPROOFING We Have Experienced Painters We Do Good Clean Work We Are Licensed — Insured CALL 9-9604 Moro Painting Co 1848 N.W. 36th St. No Job Too Small Or Too Big as the president of the women's division of A. J. C. 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In view of the present attitude of the American government with regard to Palestine, tension between the great powers, and increasing domestic instability, it may become far more difficult and less popular to continue asserting the right of the Jewish people to statehood in Palesine. economic and social rights of Jews in many lands by international action and to fight for the full civil rights of all Americans. If we are intimated into yielding an iota in th? determined and self-respecting fight we have ilway carried on in all fields of activity, we shail not only betray our responsibilities to our fellow Jews, but to American democracy and world peace as well. There are many incidents and experiences that I enjoyed at the convention but two in particular stand out that I will always treasure. 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PAGE FOURTEEN ^Jenlstfhridlar FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 II "The Life Of Henry Monsky' —A Leader Among His People By DR. ABRAM L. SACHAR Henry Monsky was cut off in his fifty-seventh year, just when he was coming into undisputed leadership of American Jewish life. He had built a superb service instrument. B'nai B'rith. into the largest and most popularly rooted organ zatior in American Jewish history, a disciplined phalanx of nearly three hundred thousand men and He had pioneered an ne naa pioneerea an represent?^ J, VFZL1 women, over-.-. I body, the American Jewish C reference, to carry with authentic e needs and aspirations of the Jewish people r.:o the council.of the nations. These .. st :' lesser ones President able deference But ling — The -vday :: ; U lit to bits by Dg concerns T" f %  tremend -.: ; fin % %  %  • %  .. -...%  uea ; .... andt] were ac• u an ten yean ,;. and ; ur :: :r. ::,. :. %  t a vital c ntribution to Then we -, pless ni i:ng of the past derty self seekers : %  d A' '^ Lume. One not to be faced c zr %  n some mission of pub£*' late e:ght.es. up. He traces relations with i Mayor 0*Dwyer. Tom Clark, and in h:gh office. Dshipi MonsK) rty. It was to chaos of : to utilize n for tsessed and the d ito the war ef., of peace, to gram, I i Jewish nd worked ut through etense; it core of complex He was ud g e ready best, he was aland let actions jes establish inThc • M which iad 1 -ether • : which fol• negotia. n of the Both portions of the volume, then dovetail into an admirable symposium. The wife's intimate understanding, the astute womanlv touches, and the secretary s more official account of stewardship, the appraisal of achievement. This is not the kind of volume that has popular glamour Its subject was not a prima donna whose eccentricities made good pub'.city and bad statesmanship. But it is an extremely useful volume for the light that it casts n Jewish life in one of the fateful decades of modern history. It belongs in the library of those who are deeply concerned with •.he fate and future of the Jewish people and of those who look for integrity and selflessness in Jewish leadership. took 3'r.a: B'rith pres:. -. until oil until ssing The volume under review why It is written by the tw Henry' %  %  ---' %  : %  :i.5 thinking ani %  • aim in tt fulnt .:' his ends Thi dox rabbmate. At*** emoirs Daisy id lisjn.i % % % %  -• 5 H Monsky's teristi But th ity p int _:i all th clear• ngs : th< Or.e • was oi eators of B ys' its legal guardian, the man the adrr.ir n and sing. But when the .e sought to dramatize the :i the Jt wi '.parr. in a great Catholic en. osisted ce B,s yer Daisj Monsky s and with :. E charin a sectioi thei listilling the essentials epis •v rid s e h n rs that can el th. Hebrew manuM nskvs c ntributi n to Jewis vabl< figure, stepping ....,, .-. .. • tl e of Sargent s lets Henry M .nsky stands youthful, tense, respectful. the penalty which musl :I >" awed bv the occa_ (extra rdi as well as by the classic ted by fate to lead '->ld rabbi's words. ;.; cged to the old The second portion ol the ] '; and ,£ c ume • nd repreas integrally in the sents Henry Monsky's public can Pragmatic American scene^ reer. the side of Monsky be,t'"e understood and reverenced se collaborator. | ^e dee] ts of Jewish life and the B'nai B'rith secret;.: M • ly as he heard its hauntHebrew melodies in synagogue or concert hall or meeting room. But he was vigorously modern and effi ient in adapting the old to the new. and this superb ambivalence won him the affection and the confidence of -: oups. : gether .. vast amount ol lence and to synth a w rid of experience. 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FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1948 I'Jenlstncridllan ?y* Dance PAGE NINE gee, n,l in a series of bi-weekly dancer as a part of the social orogram of the Miami Y, will take place Saturday night, May g at the new building of the Y, 450 S.W. 16th Ave., according to Sam Seitlin, chairman of the social committee D ave Tyler and his orchestra tt iU furnish the music for the occasion. Adimission is $1 including tax. B. Z. Goldstrich Bar Mitzvah Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Golditrich of 2838 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach, invite their friends to attend the Bar Mitzvah of their sun. B. Z. Goldstrich, at 10:45 am tomorrow morning in Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach. and the luncheon that follows in the Temple patio. No individual invitations have been mailed. Out-of-town guests here for the occasion include Judge and Mrs. Max Korshak, Mrs. Hazel Kornbiith and daughter, Lois, and Rich...'I Mell, all of Chicago. Young Israel Meeting Kabbi Murray Grauer will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of Young Israel of Mi?mi Beach, Thursday, May 13, at 8:15 p.m. in the Miami Beach YMHA. Alt mans Reside In Illinois WON'S CHINESE KITCHEN CHOW MEIN ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 643 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Error The iidvertisement of the Biscayne Kennel Club appearing on page 15 of this edition i<. in error Correct copy appears on page 5 and offers Biscayne's fans a Star Studded Hot Box in the 9th race over the 5/16th mile course Mrs. Altman Mr. and Mrs, Burton A. Altman are residing in Springfield. 111. following ;in April 4 wedding in the Robert Richter hotel. Their honeymoon was spent in Havana. Cuba. The former Miss Constance Eisenstcin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Eisensteins. 1005 We Ave., Miami Beach, was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edwin D. Easton, as matron of honor, and Miss Marilyn Sepin maid of honor. Edwin D. Easton, the bride's brother, served as best man for the groom, who is the son of Mrs. William Altman of Springfield. Ushers included Dr. Leonard H. Jacobson and Sam Shapiro. The ceremony was followed by a reception and dinner at the hotel. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated. A. B. C. PLUMBIXG, INC. PLUMBERS SUPPLIES PLUMBERS CONTRACTORS 4812 N. W. 22nd Avenue Phone 7-7962 PICK UP YOUR PHONE Taniara Installs Mrs. Charles Turk Mrs. Charles Turk I pholstering Slip Covers draperies Bed Spreads Head Hoards Cornices Made to Order Reasonably Priced Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. RAWLSON 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES Taniara Chapter. Mizrachi Women of Greater Miami, is sponsoring a banquet for installation of officers to be held at the Floridia/i hotel, Miami Beach, on Sunday evening at 6 p.m., in honor of Mother's day. Harold Turk, Miami Beach councilman, will be master of ceremonies for the evening and act as installing officer. A guest speaker and musical program have been planned for the evening. Mrs. Charles Turk will be installed as president; Mesdames Israel Slotsky, Murray Schulman. and Henry Chill, vice presidents; Mrs. Jack Kane, recording secretary: Mrs. Henry J. Baer, treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Harris, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Max Schenkman, financial secretary. The following are committee chairmen for the coming year: Mrs. Emanuel Karger, parlimentarian; Mrs. H. Kleinman, Mina Yulish Happy Day fund; Mrs. Theodore Landesman. cultural; Mrs. Charles Stahl, membership: Mrs. Sidney Margulies. calendar; Mrs. S. Schachno, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. Fred Ochs, reforestation; Mrs. Murray Shulman, printing; Mrs. Herbert Oster. publicity; Mrs. Israel Slotsky, ways and means; Mrs. Betty Schneider, tickets; Mrs. Henry Chill, refreshments; Mrs. Jack Janoff, hostess: and Miss Lillian Bogdon, telephone. Mrs. Tapper Teppers Complete Florida Honeymoon Their wedding April 11 in the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center preceded a motor trip through Florida for Stanley Tepper and his bride, the former Roselyn Geser, who exchanged vows before Rabbi Irving Lchrman. The ncwlyweds are now residing in Miami Beach. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Geser, 1434 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, the bride was attended by Miss Marilyn Levine. Harold Edelstein was best man. Mrs. Topper attended schools in Baltimore and Mr. Topper in New York. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Topper, 1405 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. T •• %  ..' CALL 3-0869 q ie > Ufiid "/< COW tW '"••."l.dom <'? m 00 miM All Furs Stored On Premises Cleaning Glazing Remodeling Repairing I. ROSENGARTEN, FURS Miami's Pioneer Furrier—Established 1927 118 SOUTH MIAMI AVE. Air-Conditioned Practice Studios • THE ONLY MUSIC STORE ON THE BEACH B'/CW-MIUWC 8 1224 Washington Av. MIAMI BEACH "I want to thank my many loyal friends who supported me in the first phase of our campaign. The majority of the voters have expressed a desire to replace Mr. Bird. I earnestly invite all those who voted for a change in District 4 to join with my loyal supporters in the second phase of our campaign. Nov^haUhefield has narrowed down and the voters have an opportunity to give their full attention to the issues, I am confident that on May 25th the majority will elect a young man to represent them as County Commissioner in District 4." GRANT STOCKDALE PnM Politic*] Atv I



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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 +Jei*li fhridlan PAGE ELEVEN Miami Hadassah To Ele<* Officers Mann Group of Hadassah will h .Id elections at their next regular meeting Monday, at 1 p.m. at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.W. 17th Ave The slate as presented by the nominating committee at the last ag in April includes: presi; „,. Mrs. H. C. Moser; vice presidents, Mrs. Harold Cohen, Mrs. T Martin Fishman and Mrs. Harry Laufer; treasurer, Mrs. bydney Lefcourti financial secy, Mrs. Rae Frome; recording secretary, Mis. Irving Genet and corresponding secretary, Mrs. pred Ochs. Members of the board e the Mesdames Joel Belov, Joe Carp, S. Dezen, M. G. Drapk „. H. Elson, M. Feingold, Jack Fink, Rose Gold, Harry Gordon. Ida Hartz, Ben Hertz, Norman D. Jacobs, E. Kaye, L. Kotkin, H. Lackey, Albert Ladd, Edward Meadow, Minna Mell, Sol Rovin, L. Rubin, David Sernaker, L. Silverman, J. Shoeffel, J. H. Weitzner and Milton Wiener. Further nominations from the floor will be taken. All project chairmen will give their annual reports. As representative of the Miami group to the local youth commission, Mrs. H. C. Moser, will highlight the progress of the various component groups of the youth commission. Final plans for installation of ers, to take place early in June, are Uteing completedOfficers of Isaac Levin Lodge No. 1709 installed at ceremonies in Temple Israel, Miami, Florida, at meeting of Sholem Lodge, with District President Louis Heiman as speaker, and Jack Abbott, Stale Federation president as installing office. In photo (L. to R.) rear row: Dr. Maurice Serotta, Albert Beer, Stephen Davis, and Richard Gerstein, President. Front row, (L. to R.) Martin Rosen, Isaac Levin, Robert Levin, Stanley Schenk, and Paul Glassel. Due to numerous requests the Jewish Floridian will alter its policy and accept ads of a personal nature, as printed below. This is being done in the hope that it will prove of service to our readers. mMMMUuuiinMnffliniiiimuiiiiiMiim < i MAKE NEW FRIENDS | Meet people who want to | I meet you. Enjoy an active § social life by personal intro| I ductions through a national | I organization, one of the oldest | and largest of its kind. Rec| ognized by national magazines, § newspapers and radio. CLARA LANE FRIENDSHIP 5 CENTER, INC. HOTEL ROBERTS 28 West Flagler St. Phone 82-3065 Open daily 10 8 P.M. 4 ouncil Approves Groups For Funds New i'ork—The American C luncll for Judaism, instructed by us fourth annual national conference in St. Louis, to find ways in which contributions may be made solely for humanitarian purposes, has advised members, for their consideration, of the names of five organizations deI solely to relief. The five organizations—Jewish and non-sectarian—are the Refugee Assistance Fund; the HeSheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, the American Friends Service Committee, American eas Aid and the United Nations Appeal for Children. Members have been advised in a letter by Lessing J. Rosenwald. president of the council, that the organizations, in the judgment of the executive commitj meet the requirements of the Louis resolution. The St. Louis resolution called n all Americans of Jewish I ih for generous support of the ef, resettlement and general nanitarian needs of distressed co-religionists and others. It instructed the president and the cutive committee to negotiate with relief agencies, and in particular, with the Joint Distribution Committee, for the establishment of procedures or a separate fund that will make possible the widest and most generous support of those in distress without any moral constraint due to what was described as the present comingling of funds for humanitarian purposes with those that are expended for political and reign governmental purposes in the United Jewish Appeal. Sholem Lodge Picnic Sunday At Greynolds Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith is planning its second annual picnic at Greynolds park for Sunday. May 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Equipment for games and contests as well as prizes will be furnished. Members are asked to bring their own lunch and softball gloves. Perry Botwin, chairman of the affair, has suggested that those who desire transportation contact 3-6306, the B'nai B'rith office. 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PAGE SIX k &f is* ftfiridian FRIDAY, MAY 7, B'nai R'rll h Groups Schedule Renef it Carnival Jules Channing, Miami Beach engineer and a member of the Beach lodge B'nai B'rith, has been appointed over-all chairman of the mammoth B'nai B'rith Council carnival to be held Sunday afternoon and night at the Beach Y May 23, it has been announced by C. R. Jacobson, council executive secretary. Headed by co-chairmen E. Albert Pallot and David Lemelman of Sholem Lodge, the carnival committee represents more than 2,500 B'nai B'rith members who are expected to attend the festive occasion. It is open to all B'nai B'rith members and their friends as well as the community at large. Tentative plans include musical entertainment, carnival amusements, and games of skill. Serving on the arrangements committee are: Milton Friedman. Sholem lodge; Jules P. Channing, Miami Beach lodge; Sam Schulefand, Coral Gables lodge; Mike Sussman. Tropical lodge; A. J. Kaplan. North Shore lodge; Mrs. Ida Danziger. Sholem Women; Mrs. Sam Schulefand, Coral Gables Women; Ethel Pont, Emma Lazarus chapter: Betty Ann Marshall, Rose chapter; Gloria Farkas, Clara Landau chapter. Jean Nevel, Debbs; Berly Axlrod, B.B.Y.O. Early requests for booths indicate that Coral Gables Women's chapter will operate a bakery goods booth; Emma Lazarus chapter will dispense cool drinks: Clara Landau chapter, dartthrowing skill game; and a fortune teller and palm reader, Coral Gables Women. Talented members of the Debbs Chapter B'nai B'rith Young Women will draw caricatures of passers-by and Coral Gables Women will sponsor a palm reader whose identity will remain a secret for professional reasons. Emma Lazarus chapter also plans to set up a "kissing booth" and the Sholem lodge men and Miami Beach men's lodges will offer bask-.'ts of merchandise to patrons showing excellence in games of skill. In keeping with the carnival theme there will be cotton candy, popcorn, hot dogs, cool drinks. A dance orchestra will be on hand. Tickets for the carnival are 50c each and may be obtained from any member of B'nai B'rith. Purchase of a $5 book of tickets admits the bearer and his entire family to the carnival which is scheduled for both Sunday afternoon and evening. Jews In Sports Sam Naham. Brooklyn banister, has finally agreed to terms of the Philadelphia Phillies. After giving up three hits in five innings against the New York Black Yankees, last Sunday, the Bushwick hurling ace packed his duds and left to join his new mates. • FISTIC NOTES: New York boxing managers continue to boycott the Twentieth Century Sporting Club in their quest for a cut of television money. Last Friday the 20th Century people were forced to cancel their third successive show due to their inability to line up enough talent to comprise a suitable card. Jack Solomons, London promoter, is slated to arrive in New York early in June on the Queen Mary. He is bringing in English welter champ Eric Boon and European lightweight king Billy Thompson. Bpth scrappers will be handled by Ray Arcel, famous ring trainer. Solomons is looking for an opponent for Bruce Woodcock, English heavyweight. Eighteen-year-old Don Hirshberg of Kings Point Academy i.being touted as a future bit; league hurling prospect. Otto Miller, former Dodger catcher, is teaching the boy the finer points of the game. • • What famous Catholic college basketball team has decided on a "No more Jewish ball player" platform after the quintet reached national prominence by virtue of the stellar playing of its Jewish hoopsters? Contrast this move to that of a western Pennsylvania Catholic institution which is granting scholarships to thr.'e Jewish high school stars from Metropolitan New York. Dance Crafters Appear In Hollywood For their second appearance in Hollywood, Dance crafters of Miami will present a re-engagement of their Miami program here in Miami Edison High school. The ballet troupe aie scheduled for the Hollywood Central school at 8:15 p.m. tonight. Record Fishing Tourney Prizes Awarded May 12 The 13th annual Metropolitan Miami $15,000 Fishing Tournament, the internationally-recognized and entry-free rod and reel angling competition sponsored by the cities of Miami and Miami Beach, which reached its greatest participation heights in its history, Jan. 11-April 18, will honor its major trophy and other prize winners on the evening of May 12 at the M.ami Beach Rod and Reel club. Under the general chairmanship of H. H. Hyman, the event attracted more than 300,00 participants with men, women, and children anglers varying in age from five to 74, registering more than 600 citation-bearing catches casting and Bahamas division. IP.-IIIICS Women Entertain Vratt Members of the Coral Gables Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women presented a humorous dramatization for the patients of the T.b. ward at Pratt Veterans' hospital, according to Mrs. Herman Fisher, the group's publicity chairman. Featured in the skit were: Mrs. Sidney Boeninger, chairman; and the Mesdames William Heckler. author of the production. A. W. Harris. Bernard Abramson. Morns Horowitz, Sam Schulefand. and Lawrence Simpkins. The show included original parodies and poems in which the ladies introduced themselves to the audience and told of their duties with the chapter's board. Refreshments were served at the close of the program. Coral Gables Women will be sented at the State B'nai B'rith Convention in Jacksonville on May 1st by the Mrs. Sam Silver. Mrs. Nathan Bloom. and Mrs Rose Heines. Mrs. Sam Schulefand and Mrs. Bloom, president of the group, will act as ates at the annual District Grand Lodge Convention in Washington. D. C. on June 1st. Mrs. Johnny Howard, wife of the famous night-club comic, has been appointed chairman of the chapter's committee to assist in ;1„ current S.O.S. Drive for food and clothing. The Coral Gables chapter, which recently enrolled 15 new members, send packages of food to their "adopted" family in Hungary. Mr. and Mrs. Pinto Plan Cocktail Party Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinto have invited their friends to a cocktail party at Pinto Furs storageplant. 1161 N.W. 36th St. Friday afternoon beginning at 4:30 p.m. The affair marks the official ipening of the plant. The Pintos have their Miami Beach establishment at 1642 Euclid Ave. For a FREE copy listing the TWENTY STRICTLY KOSHER* butcher shops and poultry markets under the active supervision of the Miami Beach Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth or for any other Kashruth information Write its executive director, Rabbi M. Meschtloff 311 WASHINGTON AYEMIAMI BEACH, FLA The Jewish Floridian does not vouch for the Kashrus of any oi its advertisers. 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^wiislUEItDipidliigun • Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Biai-NUMBER 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS ALESTINE CHAOS EVIDENT AS 15th NEARS Etish Troops At Haifa ftUSALEM. (JTA) — While reigned under the terms 8-hour cease fire agree_the first 1.0Q0 British sent to Palestine from jlanded at Haifa. They will Bowed by additional troops dalta. blence broke out briefly in Jem Wednesday night as i to engineer an Arab-Jewuce in the Holy City apbogged down. a a peaceful day throughhe city, explosives erupted Moslem Shiekh Jarrah *r, a few blocks north of the trailed city. lanwhile, Haganah reinforcewere being rushed into n on Palestine's northeasttrontier, facing Syria, to head threatened new invasion Lttack on Jewish settlements Upper Galilee. Jewish infence has reported that new i units are pouring into the i area, just across the Jorliver in Syria, and that more I have been observed on the | road from Damascus movloward Batiha, which is a pus of the road. For the time .however, all is quiet on orts from southern Palesthat the Jews blew everal bridges leading into ab city of Beersheba in an hpt to isolate the Arab guer\ based in the town. All roads vicinity are now consid|impassable. In north central (tine the Haganah has octwo Arab villages near I from which guerrilla reinnents have been infiltrating I and snipe at the Jews. I Palestine Government has I reports that the Arab Ledisobeyed orders from nmlssioner Sir Alan G. ngham to cease fire against settlement of Gesher northeastern frontier. The nent statement accused of opening fire on the fonaires. extent of the disruption of wb political leadership was today when it was that the tentative Arab "ment which will be rei for law and order after I of the mandate, 12 days does not include a single *fof the Husseini-controll*r Committee. Palestine Air Mail Terminates WASHINGTON, (JTA) — All air mail service to Palestine was terminated this week, the Post Office Department announced here. The action was taken because Lydda Airport has ceased functioning, a spokesman declared. At the same time, a State Department representative stated that the department has no information concerning an invasion of Palestine by King Abdullah o Transjordan. Miamians Head B'nai B'rith State Groups Milton A. Friedman, Miami attorney, was elected president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges at a convention held in Jacksonville this past weekend which was attended by U.S. Court Rules Out Restrictive Covenants WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The Supreme Court, in a six to zero decision, this week ruled that neither federal nor state courts can enforce restrictive covenants aimed against the use or occupancy of real property on the grounds of race or color. The court did not rule that the covenants in themselves are unconstitutional, only that enforcement by the courts of privately agreedupon covenants violates the constitutional guarantee of equal protection of the laws contained in the Fourteenth Amendment. Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson wrote tile two opinions, covering four restrictive covenant cases, that were handed down today. The four cases covered included two in the District of Columbia, and one each in St. Louis and Detroit. All four cases covered property covenanted against use or occupancy by Negroes. Justice Vinson was joined by Justices Hugo L. Black, Felix Frankfurter, William O. Douglas, Frank Murphy and Harold H. Burton. On the question of whether the covenants themselves can be ruled unconstitutional, the Court's opinion pointed out that the Fourteenth Amendment applies only to such action as may be taken by the states. The Fourteenth Amendment "erects no shield against merely private conduct, however discriminatory or wrongful.'' It added: "We conclude, therefore, that the restrictive agreements standing alone cannot be regarded as a violation of any rights guaranteed to petitioners by the Fourteenth Amendment. So long as the purposes of those (Continued on Page 4) State Department Appoints Hilldring WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The appointment of General John Hilldring to the specially-created post of special assistant to the Secretary of State for Palestine Affairs was announced this week by the State Department. He will head the section which will handle all matters relating to the shaping of U.S. policy on Palestine. Milton Friedman delegates from 19 lodges throughout the state. Mrs. Sam Silver was made president of the Women's auxiliary. Formerly state vice president, Friedman has been chairman of B'nai B'rith youth activities for the state the past eleven years. He has served as president of the Miami AZA chapter, and went through the ranks of office to become president of Sholem lodge in 1944. Currently a representative from Florida to the District Grand lodge B'nai B'rith youth activities, he is past chairman of that committee. Friedman also helped organize Hillel foundations at the Universities of Miami and Florida where he studied law. Among the newly elected state president's other activities are past president of the Miami Y where he is now serving as a three-year director; member and past officer of Congregation Beth David; a chairman of the Miami Men's division of Greater Miami Jewish Federation for three years, and director of the Pi Lambda Phi alumni association. Mrs. Silver passed through the McCarty, Warren In Governor Race The two youngest gubernatorial candidates, Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce and Fuller Warren of Jacksonville, will run off in the final primary to select the Democratic nomination May 25. They are both native Floridians, former legislators, veterans of World War II and University of Florida alumni. Other state candidates that must face runoffs are Richard W. Ervin and L. Grady Burton for attorney general. County commissioner from the second district of Dade county will be voted upon again between Preston B. Bird and Grant Stockdale; as will Circuit judge of group I between Ross Williams and William A. Herin; state senator, R. B. Gautier and William J. Pruitt; representative of group I, George S. Okell and John R. Ring. Jimmy Sullivan vies with Per(Continued on Page 4) Sachar Heads Brandeis Univ. BOSTON, (JTA)—Formal announcement of the appointment of Dr. Abram Sachar, chairman of the national Hillel Foundations, as president of Brandeis University in nearby Waltham will be made this week, it was reported here. The Jewish-sponsored secular institution will open in September. Dr. Sachar, well known as one of the country's leading Jewish educators, announced that he will begin immediately to organize a faculty for the school. He holds a doctorate from Cambridge University and honorary doctorates from Illinois and Wesleyan Uniranks to president of Sholem I versities and Hebrew Union Col(Continued on Page 4) jlege. Architect Announces Plans For Proposed New Orthodox Congregation Hebrew School • E i rffei -*•^**m£kmmmmmmi^mK^JZ^^3mu^—'i'<~" -gJM^^^^""** ^ ,.g0 g yj j^,^ ^ve. Architect Norman B*0OJtt on the .outh end. of the 300-seat auditorium. Included will ne Upl d1 women, an equipped kitchen and torage area. '" Construction Co. he. the contract Sidney Paimer i* p i,president oi the congregation. UN Provisional Regime Discussed Lake Success, (JTA) — The framework of a United Nations provisional regime for Palestine has begun to take tentative shape. With only the Soviet Union definitely dissenting, the subcommittee of the general assembly's political and security committee tacitly accepted as the basis for its work an outline submitted by France, calling for a central administrative organ to be combined with a large measure of local authority for both Arabs and Jews. Britain this week called on the United Nations to drop all talk of trusteeship for Palestine and to create, before May 15, a temporary "neutral" authority under the U.N. that would take over central administrative responsibilities upon the expiration of the mandate. Arthur Creech-Jones, British Colonial secretary, again restated his country's determination to end the mandate within less than two weeks and warned the General Assembly's Political Committee that it could not hope to find a practical formula for future government in so short a time. It was clear that by the term "neutral" Britain was trying to rule out such an existing body as the U.N. Palestine Commission, which is committed to carry out the partition plan. Informed sources were inclined to interpret the British maneuver as an attempt to cut the legal ground from under the plan to proclaim %  i Jewish state on May 16. "I am not suggesting trusteeship," Creech-Jones said, "because it has found no acceptance and both sides are likely to regard it as the postponement of independence and implying a further period of tutelage." He said the dispatching of British reinforcements to Palestine implied no change in policy nor did it mean an alteration in the British evacuation program. Reinforcements were sent in, he asserted, to secure the British position in Palestine so long as the mandate lasts and then to protect the evacuation which will be completed by August 1. The neutral U.N. administration would have the task of taking over assets of the Palestine Government to prevent looting, to further mediation between Arabs and Jews and to act as "a unifying central body." Even under partition, he declared, economic union was considered essential and the U.N. regime would have to handle those economic and administrative problems which apply to the country as a whole, whether or not it is eventually divided into two states. Gen. A. G. L. McNaughton of Canada promptly supported the British suggestion which was also welcomed by the delegations of Bolivia and Greece. The Russian delegation at the Political Committee again condemned the U.S. working paper on trusteeship as "a shameful document" hardly worth detailed attention, and said even if it were amended, it would be unacceptable. ,. 1, f:



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PAGE EIGHT 9-Jmlstincrk/lar FRIDAY, M AY 7, l 948 Mrs. Harold Turk Beach It'nai llriih Ladies Install Mrs. Turk Mrs. Harold Turk heads the slate of new officers to be installed for the Miami Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Tuesday. May 18th at luncheon at the Shelborne hotel. The '.' Seymou Statin, 1st i • Mr* H '•' %  • Bnd H %  Dtoner%  %  .%  %  %  .;. Mrs irvtnl Ura. AlexMrs. 1! Maso, aentinel; Mr? Mlli SchU M"~ Harry Kauf"• ine Goldstron and • %  i. The foil %  %  • %  .. ;,..... %  •'%  %  Meyer Baak Mrs. I !. y sos Mrs. D. S • • %  '• and ""• %  Alex Strau • ma: % % %  Lt %  %  Albert SI Lehi n. S B Ralchek. an. Max rti %  _••• J. Tallnoff and :.i.-.y 9 '" -'''• %  Mrs Irving Becker. 3rd vice presider.: I the 5th District, will act as installing officer and will make a presentation to the outgoing president. Mrs. Harry Kaufman. At this time the chapter will present h SI.000 check to Harold Turk, president of Hillel Adv.r ry uncil to be turned over to the Hillel Foundation of the Univ. ." f Miami. A musical program will bt _..-%  by Mr; I L. Fishbem. concert pianist and Mrs. Harry Kraff. soprano, of stage and radio. Triple Celebration At Workmen Circle Lyceum VUdeck branch of Workmen's Circle and the ladies club will make a triple celebration Sunday with a banquet. 6:15 p.m. in their lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. The occasion marks the second anniversary of the founding of both groups, the first anniversary of the establishment of their lyceum. and the installation of the 100th member. A musical program will complete tre evening Reservations at S2.50 a plate mav be obtained by calling Mrs. Morris Jacobs. 3-2657: Mrs. J. H Siegei 2-3474. Mrs. Morns Braunstem. 83-1487; or Mrs. Simon Snyder. 4-4796. Personally Speaking... Mi. and Mrs. Martin Spilka announce the birth of a daughter, Natalie Paula. 3:30 Thursday morning in St. Francis hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. Mrs. Louis Gordon of 2027 S.W. 6th St. left Monday for Chicago to join her husband who was called up two weeks ago upon the sudden death of his eldest son. Dr. and Mrs. Milton L. Weinkle have returned from Philadelphia where he was studying post-graduate work in root-canal therapy at the Graduate school of the University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Rudy Baum, wife of the Miami Beach bandleader, is spending an early spring vacation in New York and is expected to return home about May 1C. The couple recently celebrated their eighteenth wedding anniversary. Their son. Robert, is a student at the Brandes school in Tucson. Arizona. M. Davies, wholesale merchant and exporter from London, spent the Passover holidays in Miami Beach at the Victor hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice CoUegeraar. and daughters Shirley and Betsy moved to 1957 Marseille drive. Normandy Isle, last Monday. A son. Leroy, an engineer, visited the family this past week prior to taking a Reserve Officers Naval Training cruise. Mrs. Sam Schindler left for a month's vacation this week. She plans to visit her son and daughter-in-lcrw, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schindler and their son in New York City. -* Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Predinger have as their houseguests Mrs. Predinger's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moss of Tampa. -* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Altschuler and Mrs. Altschuler's father, Harry Cohen, have moved into their new home at 2110 S.W. 11th St. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein of 1401 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, have as their houseguest Mrs. Isidor Blum of Meridian. Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin of Miami have returned from Baltimore where Mrs. Levin was undergoing medical treatment. + Mrs. Pearl Raidman Kreiger is convalescing in her home at 334 N.W. 2nd Ave. from a fall in her home the day before Passover. Mr. and Mrs. David Milner of Baltimore are spending a few weeks at the Tides hotel, Miami Beach. -* Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Pomerantz have flown to Baltimore to join their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Finglass, and their newly born grandson, Joseph T. Finglass. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bernstein and their son, all of New York City, are guests of the Town House, Miami Beach. The Bernsteins are former Miamians. Gus Jacobson, executive director of the Miami Beach Y, flew to New York City Monday following the death of his father. Jack Jacobson of that city, early Monday morning. Funeral services were held Tuesday. %  %  Mr. and Mrs. Max Stein have moved into their new home at 5240 S.W. 1st St. + Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauffmann left yesterday for a six months tour through California, Washington, Alaska and Canada. They will pass through Pennsylvania on their return trip to Miami in November. Orthodox Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Stahl Mrs. Chas. Stahl, was unanimously elected president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood at the annual election meeting held Wednesday, April 28. Mrs. Stahl is replacing Mrs. Emanuel Karger who has served as president of the Sisterhood for the past two years. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Max Rappaport, 1st vice pres.; Mrs. Leo Rottenberg, 2nd vice pres.; Mrs. Sam Geltner, rec. ;ec; Mrs. Leo Oster, fin. sec: Mrs. A. M. Bear, treas.; Mrs. Harry Klein, corr. sec. Installation of officers will ake place at a luncheon to be held at Hygrade Dairy restaurant. 731 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Monday. May 10 at 1 p.m. Mrs. Charles Stahl Rabbi Murray Grauer will install the officers. The affair will be highlighted by the presentation of a substantial sum of money by Mrs. Karger to Sidney H. Palmer, pres. of the congregation, for the building fund of the congregation. The money represents the proceeds of a full year of activities on behalf of the Sisterhood. Reservations can be obtained by calling Mrs. Harry Klein, 2-1467. Pioneer Women's Council Hear Book Review Mrs. Dorothy Fink will review the book "Blessed Is the Match." by Marie Syrkin. at a cultural evening sponsored by the Greater Miami Pioneer Women's council Tuesday evening in Beth David auditorium. Other entertainment and music has been planned and refreshments will be served. Admission will be 50 cents. ^TfWtitr""""— fji.An\jj^:ncoLrj Maurice Je]fry Binder Binders Announce Birth Of Son. Maurice Jeiiry Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder anr. unce the birth of a son. Maurice Jeffry, Apr.l 17 i n Richmond, Va. The bris was held Sunday, April 25. with Rabbi Ephr.,. : Shimoff conducting and Rev. A Click officiating. Attending were Mr and Mrs. Jules Bern ? '.> in, aunt and uncle of the baby, and their son Bernard, all of Miami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Nat S;lver of Greensboro, N. C. great-aunt and great-uncle: and Arthur Silver of Lexington. Va., great-uncle. Mrs. Binder is the former Ray U. Shochet of Miami. The baby was named after its paternal late grandfath.:. Morris Binder, and his late unc'.e. Sargeant Solomon Bernstein of the U.S. Air Corps, who was r< ported missing in action during World War II. Congress B & P Meeting Business and professional group of the Miami Beach chapter. American Jewish Congress, will meet in the Miami Beach Y Tuesday evening at 8:30 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro is scheduled to address the group on the subject "A Covenant." REMOVAL SALE Flora R. Hiekey CORSETTERE and DESIGNER 104 S.E. Firt Street Miami. Fla. 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PAGE TEN +Jeist fkridian FRIDAY. MAY 7, l 948 Hadassah B. & P. Selects Officers Miss Rosalyn Klein, of 312 S.W. 15th Ave. was elected president of the Business and Professional Women's Division, Miami chapter of Hadassah at a special meeting held Monday night at the new Miami YMHA. Also elected to serve with Miss Klein were the following slate of officers: first vice president, Ruth Steinberg; second vice president, Anne Glazier; recording secretary. Rita Futerfas: corresponding secretary, Helen Narrow; treasurer, Lola Bix. Plans were formulated for the annual donor dinner which is scheduled for May 26 at the Clover Club. Miss thelma Smolensky is in charge of arrangements for the affair. Tropical Lodge Sponsors Water Carnival Tropical lodge of B'nai B'rith has scheduled their first annual dance and carnival water show to take place in the Raleigh hotel Saturday f vening. May 3. Proceeds are to be donated to the Jewish defense organizations in Palestine. Highlighting the evening of moonlight swimming and water games will be the appearance of popular aquatic stars. Dancing in the patio will follow to the music of Juan Pinada and his Latin American band. Since the prime purpose of the event :s to raise money for Paldefens<;. President Irving Cvw :i his urged those unable to nd to send their contribution in care of him, 1330 15th St., Miami Beach. Withers Transfer Co. Inaugurates Bi-monthly California Van Service Withers Van Lines of 1000 N.E. 1st Ave.. recently inaugurated a bi-monthly service on their own vans to California and other far Western points. It is reported to be the only Southern carrier that has this service. The company will carry on their own vans, from door to door, furniture, personal effects, and things of a specialized nature The service is in addition to their trucking operations into the middle West and East. Sam Weber President of Flagler-Granada Group Sam Weber was recently elected president of the new FlaglerGranada social center group. Herman Feldman is the new vice president; Leo Rothstein. treasurer; Mrs. Sam Kirschman. Jr.. recording secretary: and Mrs James Segal, corresponding secretary. Members of the executive board include I. Rubenstein. Charles Adelman. George Balber. Plans are being made for installation of officers this month. Our Film Folk Rugs & Upholstery CLEANED. MOTHPROOFED, MILDEW-PROOFED and DEODORIZED all in one operation, right in your home, office, club, hotel. The Like New Co. 1741 W. FLAGLER PH. 48-6791 Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Estimates Cheerfully Given Magician Featured On B. & P. Program Morns Cohen, popularly known as "The Amazing Maurice." will present a program of magic and thought perception at the special Mother's Day program planned by the Business and ProfeWomen's division. Miami chapter of Hadassah. The group will meet at the new Miami Y on Monday evening. May 10, at 8:30 p.m. Mothers of members and friends Be: Ln. who plays only in the key have been invited as special guests for the evening. At the close of the program, refreshments will be served. In charge of the arrangements for the program are Mrs. Annt Gruen and Anne Glazier. Danny Kaye. who is just back from entertaining troops in Europe, asked an Italian what his fundest ambition was. "To buy a little home in the country.""replied the European. "Your country." • • • Interesting quotation from John Garfield: "One of the things I learned with the Group Theatre —there are no small parts; there are only small actors." • • • Here's a little encouragement for junior and all amateur piano players and song writers. Irving Berlin, famous composer of more than 800 tunes, seventeen Broadway musical shows and eleven motion pictures, can only play the piano in one key! Irving. who just finished composing songs for MGM's "Easter Parade" film, this week showed me his piano which was built for him in 191". It has an arrangement whereby Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White and Colored Help Phone* 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner Mount Pleasant Convalescent Home OF MIAMI, INC. 1414 N.E. 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"Do you think that's tough?" the rabbi asked. "How would you like to be one of GOD's press agents?" SCRAP METAL WANTED! • Mil until you jret our We ire paying highest market prices for ittei La, tubes, etc. It iworth your while to give us a trial. ATLAS IRON & METAL CORP. 3338 N. W. N. River Drive Phone 88-4541 $27,000 Price GREAT BUY! 7 Units for Give Awa> Near Synagogue Income Nearly $4,000 a VMWithout Taking Advantaged Any Increase in Price Exclusive With RUSSELL REALTY 407 Congress Bide Phones: 82-7638 — 48-7760 Mm Quality, 3ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-*"' 156 VANS RETURNING EMPTY New York. Pittsburgh, Boston. Chicago MIAMI STORAGE AND VAN CO. INC. Agents for ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. AND VAN CO. N. W. 5th St. Phone 2-8284 Collins Transport & Terminal Corp. Is Happy to Offer You Unlimited Space For Wareousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789. Pier 1, Bldq. 8. 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rpmAY. MAY 7, 1948 *Je*isjh fhrkMan PAGE SEVEN "Between You and Me 3 By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. THE PALESTINE SITUATIONEverything points to the possibility that the Palestine battie will be fought not at Lake Success, but in Palestine proper Things have been permitted to go too far in Palestine to be checked by paper resolutions The appointment in Washington 0 f General John Hilldring to the post of special assistant to the Secretary of State for Palestine affairs came too late to make matteiseasier The only good thing about this appointment is the fact that Loy Henderson, the anti-Zionist chief of the Near Eastern Division in the State Department, will now be practically eliminated from influencing U.S. policy itgarding Palestine ... He will be completely subordinated to Gen. Hilldring on matters relating to Palestine However, this will not change matters after May 15, when the British will lay down the Palestine Mandate and plunge the country into bloodshed and chaos ... At the present moment Palestine remains the sorest spot in the U.S. foreign policy • The Department officials admit that no promising formula for settlement is in sight And it is taken for granted that the Arab Legion will march into'Palestine on May 16 under orders from King Abdullah of Transjordan The question is only: How far will the Legion march? The Jews will display no opposition to the invasion by Transjordan forces of the Arab part of Palestine, but they will fight any effort on the part of the Arab Legion to occupy territory assigned to the Jewish state under the U.N. partition plan And even though the U.S. would be willing to participate in a police force for Palestine, wellinformed sources indicate that no American troops would be sent there without the acquiescence of both Jewish and Arab leaders. • THE DOMESTIC FRONT: Jewish communities throughout the country have now been given advice as to how to treat rabblerousers ... A set of instructions, prepared by major Jewish civic defense organizations, has been released by the National Community Relations Advisory Council They urge not according any public action to local meetings of inconsequential demogogues who have no appreciable measure of local support .In cases where an anti-Semitic speaker is likely to attract even minor support from reputable or unwary elements, different tactics should be adopted They are n t to include picketing, but orderly distribution of leaflet;; may be useful AdequaU preparation should also be mad. to invoke, if necessary, existing laws pertaining to breaches of the peace and incitement of riot Practically all the important Jewish organizations believe that th( "quarantine treatment," which deprives the rabble-rouser of the benefit of publicity, has proven to be very effective They advise that there should be no public statement denouncing the rabble-rouser before one of his slated appearances Such statements, they point out, tend to magnify the man's prestige and heighten his influence among his followers They advertise his meeting and increase attendance Derogatory statements in the press, after the rabble-rouser has left the community, may be used when local circumstances warrant it Especially when the rabblerouser succeeded in obtaining publicity for himself prior to or during the meeting Counterrallies, conducted at the same time as the rabble-rouser's meeting, have proven to be generally ineffective. New Nurses Home Benefits From PartyGreater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief society held a benefit card party Monday evening at the Robert Richter hotel to collect funds for a new nurses Home here. Chairman of the affair, Mrs. Rae Kalmus, was assisted with irrangernents by Mrs. Zenia Goluskin, co-chairman, and Mrs. Ouffy Turner and Mrs. Beulah Poncher. Delta Sigma Elects Delta Sigma fraternity at the University of Florida, a colony of Zeta Beta Tau, recently elected Edward Rexnick of Miami Beach president for the next semester. Serving with him will be Sheldon Gendzier of Jacksonville, vice pres.; Eli Becker of Jacksonville, treasurer; Arthur Rogers, Forest Hills, L. I., secretary; Spencer Gilbert, Fort Pierce, inter-fraternity conference representative; and Hugo Spitz, Miami Beach, historian. Juvenile Delinquency Hillel Forum Topic "Can We Prevent Juvenile Delinquency in our Community?" was the subject of a forum sponsored by Coral Gables lodge B'nai E'rith Tuesday, May 4, at Hillel House, 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Featured speakers included Judge Walter Beckham, Dade County Juvenile Court, Carl Hinds, director of the Miami Boys Club, and Dr. Seymour M. Blumenthal of the University of Miami Psychology department. A question and answer period followed the forum. The program was under the direction of Merwyn Ames of the Coral Gables Lodge who was assisted by Jerome Adelman. Leonard Spiegel, president, presided and introduced the principal speakers. Rose Chapter Honors Outstanding Women Outstanding woman of Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will be announced at a Mother's day tea to be held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna Malter, 4561 Post Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Edna Platt is chairman of arrangements for the affair. L. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT • 420 Congress Bldg. MIAML FLORIDA Phone 3-3658 llebbs Select Miss Donna Feldman Miss Donna Feldman has been elected president of DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young women. Serving with her will be Miss Trudi Lach, first vice pres.; Miss Roslyn Morris, second vice pres.; Miss Jean Nevel, rec. sec; Miss Ricky Nachtern, corres. sec; Miss Thelma Rappaport, treas.; Miss Bobbie Schwartz, sgt.-at-arms; Miss Evelyn Baumoehl, parlianentarian. Board of directors consists of the Misses Paula Lach, Rita Jo Quartin, Doris Brown, Rita Schwartz, Sydeil Seidman, Lillian Sales. Huyler's restaurant will be the scene of the chapter's annual Mother's day affair in conjunction with its installation of officers. Co-chairmen are Miss Trudy Lach and Miss Roslyn Morris who will be assisted by the Misses Doris Brown, Donna Feldman, Marcia Camner, Dolly Fishbein. Lillian Goldstein, Jean Nevel, Phyllis Honig, Paula Lach, Thelma Rappaport and Charlotte Sandier. Mrs. Harry Gordon, president of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge, will be installing officer. Members are requested to make reservations by calling 4-6180 or 78-4979. THANK YOU For your overwhelming confidence in me. It is my greatest ambition to justify that confidence. Thank you. Sincerely LOUIS F. "RED" SNEDIGAR Democratic Nominee District No. 5 paid Politic*! AdT. Horowitz-Margareten Wine Distributors Maurice C. Cohn, owner of the Worldwide Importing and Exporting Co. has announced that the organization has been appointed state distributors for Horowitz-Margareten wine. Mr. Cohn has been engaged in the wholesale liquor and wine business here for 13 years. AUTO GLASS Installed While You Wait Full Line of Auto Accessories and Pacts ADAMS GLASS SERVICE 1805 Purdy Avenue Call 58-3756 ^T i IPJiCt ^OGUST BROS R Y p It c/ii fif si SINCERE THANKS! To those of you who have supported my campaign for Circuit Judge in Group 1. I know full well the burden imposed on each of you and deeply appreciate your courage and untiring assistance. It is gratifying to know we have created an overi whelming interest in this important judgeship race. This we have done by running a clean campaign. Thus, this will assure to this community the selection of a Peoples' Judge, making tenable my creed: "The Courts lie to ng to the People9 With gratitude to all the People of Dade and Monroe Counties, I remain Sincerely WILLIAM A. HERIN Pd. PoL Adv. > V I I I I 1 i I I THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR Grady Burton CANDIDATE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL i. •



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PAGE FOUR vJewisUncridlian FRIDAY, MAY 7 EDITORIAL The British iiame The disclosure that Britain was rushinq reinforcements to Palestine exposes her ugly game and purpose at the grimmest moment in the history of the Holy Land. The official excuse for rushing troops is that the situation had "seriously deteriorated." But in the light of the recent Jewish victories it becomes evident that what the British mean is that the situation has deteriorated for the Arabs and that they intend coming to the rescue of the Arabs. This was evident not only by their scandalous conduct at Jaffa, where they interfered militar.ly after a sweeping Jewish maneuver against a city which had been a nest of Arab sniping against Tel Aviv, but by their admitted failure to check Arab infiltration into Palestine. If they claim it is their duty to maintain security in Palestine until the expiration of the mandate and the complete removal of their forces, why didn't they use their available troops to check the infiltration of Arabs into Palestine in violation of international law and in violation of a United Nations decision? The answer is simple. While the Arabs were hold ng the upper hand in the first stages of the conflict, Britain sat back. Now that the Jews have effected partition by blood and force and are prepared to defend that status at all costs, Britain suddenly discovered that the situation has so "seriously deteriorated" as to warrant sending new troops into Palestine. If their intention to withdraw from Palestine is real, the pouring in of new troops at this time can only mean they will have moie troops to remove. If the British contend that their interference in Jaffa and Jerusalem status envisaged by the original decision of the was based on a desire to maintain the territorial General Assembly, then Britain must abandon the claim of "neutrality" behind which it has sabotaged the U.N. solution. If it is contended that retention of the territorial status quo was evidence of real neutrality, on what basis then can Britain justify its failure to act when tens of thousands of Jews were beleaguered in Jerusalem, which under the terms of the Assembly's decision was to be placed under international aegis? Why didn't they shoot at the Arabs in Jerusalem as they did J *! PAteSTJNE -jp STEW THE SMELL IS AWFUL! at the Jews on Jaffa? Why didn't they threaten drastic measures against the Arabs when 100,000 Jews in Jerusalem were exposed to starvation by the Arabs? British intentions have been clear all alonq. Now the pattern is emerqing for all to behold. Br tain is determined to thwart a solution of the problem because of imperial and imperialistic interests. The traqedy of it all is that she is doinq this with money taken from American taxpayers, tens of thousands of whom are Jews, and with the help of a diplomatically tricked and outwitted Admin stration. Jewish Agriculture The 48th annual report of the Jewish A • cultural Society, just issued by its executive hZ) Dr. Gabriel Davidson, aqain focuses attention the importance of a Jewish farm class i n th country. The last years seem to have been ba years for the Jewish farmers in America a" 6 correlary to qeneral farm prosperity and in H with previous post-war farm trends in the Am can aqricultural economy. But what is probahT even more important to remember is that ev %  in depression times a farm provides a storm cellar to its owner, something the averaqe city dwells usually lacks. Some of our best minds have aiven much thouqht to the desirability of having a larqe and sturdy Jewish farm class, and the effect it would have on the entire structure of our Jewish Hie The insecurity of the white collar man, the overcrowded professions, the chanqes that affect the small shopkeeper and tradesman—all stand oul in contrast to the lot of the farmer, whose function is basic to the country and its economy. It is up to our leadership, particularly those devoting themselves to occupational training, to direct qreater numbers of our people—the youth in particular—and guide them towards farming as an honorable and secure means of livelihood. Modern mechanized farming, and its improved advantages, is, unfortunately, not known enough to great masses of our people. In recent months the Jewish Agricultural Society has been contemplating the development of farming by Jewish people in the Florida area. In the meantime, those of us who cast their eyes landward have a great friend in the Jewish Agricultural Society, which has been tireless for nearly half a century in behalf of the Jewish farmer and Jewish farm seeker. The Society provides various services for the inexperienced urbanite who longs for a quiet life away from the big city. Miamians Attend tlWB Conclave Mis. Milton Sirkin, Maurice Grossman and R. W. Apte will join the delegates from 314 Jewish Community Centers and YMWHAs affiliated with the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) as well as representatives of the agency's 282 Army-Navy and 53 "Serve-A-V.A. Hospital" committees converging at the Hotel Stevens, Chicago, for the annual meeting of the JWB, Saturday evening. May 8. and continuing until Monday, May 10. The convention will be the setting for a definitive formulation of a Statement of Principles outlining the aims and objectives of a Jewish Community Center. The delegates will have before them a preliminary statement on the subject prepared at a special meeting of the JWB Jewish Center Division Committee in midApril, held in New York. Silver Announces Miami Y Drive Max R. Silver, chairman of the Miami Y membership committee, has announced that a drive for new members has been inaugurated and will continue throughout the month of May. The goal is 1.000 new members. "In our new building we are capable of giving service to thousands of men, women and children from the nursery, which caters to children from the age of 4 to 6, to the Golden Age group for people over 50," Silver stated. "There is a program at the Y to suit all needs. There is no reason why every Jewish person in the city of Miami should not join the Y. We have a project to suit the likes and needs of every man, woman and child regardless of age." McCarty. Warren In Governor Race (Continued from Page 1) rine Palmer, jr., for sheriff of this county; Dixie Herlong Chastain and Edwin L. Mason for justice of the peace, 1st district; Tom Wood and O. D. Henderson, constable. 2nd district: Pete Morgan and J. T. Vann, constable 4th district. Only Republican runoff will be between Walter P. Stewart and Duncan Held for Representative, group 2. Victorious in the first state primaries were Comptroller C. M. Gay, Treasurer Edwin Larson Commissioner of Agriculture Nathan Mayo. Thomas D. Bailey won the nomination for state school superintendent; Richard Mack, railroad commissioner; Glenn C. Mincer, state attorney; Richard Oelkers for legislator, group 2; and William Lantaff, group 3. County Solicitor Robert C. Taylor won the first primary as did County Commissioners Hugh Peters and I. D. MacVicar. Jesse Yarborough took over the county commission seat for district 1 and Louis F. Snedigar defeated the district 5 incumbent, Val C. Cleary. James T. Wilson secured a majority for re-election as county school superintendent, and Joseph L. Plummer is to replace R. P. Terry on the school board. Constable nominations achieved include W. N. Hudson. Luther T. Hardison, and Harry S. Higgins. W. L. Kenrick and Kenneth Oka will hold the position of justice of the peace in districts 2 and 3 respectively. Public* Itcccpl ion Honors Grossman Plans are being completed for the publie reception in honor of Maurice Grossman to be held at the Miami YM & W1IA May 16. The testimonial occasion marks Grossman's tenth anniversary as executive director of the Y. Beginning at 8:30 the open house will be followed by dancing. President Leon Kaplan will make a welcoming speech and Milton Friedman, program chairman, will present a gift to the honored director. Nat Blumberg is serving as over all chairman for the affair and is assisted by Friedman. Kaplan. Fred K. Shochet, Dorothy Kaplan, M. J. Kopelowitz and Max Jacobskind. Carmel-Mormon Troth Mrs. Lee Swede of the Sadigo Court and Mrs. Jack Jablo of Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their sister, Shirley Mormon, to Laurence Carmel, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Carmel of Harrison, N. Y. U.S. Court Ilules Oul Restrictive Covenants (Continued from Page 1) agreements are effectuated by Voluntary adherence to their terms, it would appear clear that •heir has been no action by the state and the provisions of the Amendment have not been violated." Mia mi an* Head H'nai It i id. Male Groups (Continued from Page 1) Women's group and served as secretary of the Fifth District She has also been a loader of the BZB B'nai B'rith Girls. Now on the board of both Sholem lodge and Coral Gables auxiliaries Mrs Silver is affiliated with National Counc.l of Jewish Women, Miam. Hadassah and the Coral Gables Jewish Social center. Other officers from this ares arc Irvmg Cypen, president i Trop.cal lodge, secretary; and past I mer |. National Editorial Associaton. „ can Association of -..^"ASU** Newspaper*. Florida Pre.. SUBSCRIPTION ATE ^ i00 One Year JJ Two Year* FRED K. SHOCHCT Editor and Publish*' Mephone. 2-1141-2-8212 OFFICE and PLANT 120 M. E. Sixth Street ~ Number's Volume 21 „ FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 NISAN 28, 5708



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PRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 +Jewist fkrirfitr PAGE THIRTEEN Miami Masada To Hear Mr. Goodman The newly organized Miami unit 0 f Masada will hold its second meeting at the YMHA, Miami, Sunday evening at 8 p.m. The guest speaker will be I. R. Goodman who has recently come here from St. Louis. Goodman has served his third member of the National executive committee of the Zionist Organization of America. In St. Louis he was chairman of the Zionist Emergency Council and for four years served as chairman ol the Zionist Organization there. He was chairman of the delegation from St. Louis and South' rn Illinois to the American Jewish Conference. He also served as liason representative between the Zionist Organization of America and the American Christian Palestine Committee, for the central states. Mr. Goodman practiced law in St. Louis. His activities in Miami are as an active member of the board of directors of the Miami Beach Zionist District and he has recently been elected chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council. Temporary officers of the Miami unit of Masada who were appointed at the last meeting are Joseph Pardo, chairman; Marilyn Rubinstein, corresponding secretary; Mrs S. Kaplan, recording secretary; Arnold Wilpon, treasurer; Seymour Hinkes, program chairman Dr. E. J. Edelman is acting as advisor. Young men and women between the ages of 18 and 30 are invited to attend the meeti: MeCarty Arrives In Miami Following his success in Tuesday's primaries, Gubernatorial Candidate Dan McCarty came to Dade county yesterday to reactivate his campaign in South Florida. "Those who have worked so loyally and actively in my behalf must drive on to assure success," McCarty -aid as he urged "all who supported my worthy opponents t<> join with us in a final victory McCarty promised to "continue to conduct a clean, aggressive campaign, based upon my merits and capabilities." "The overwhelming vote given me in Tuesday's primaries by my neighb n the citizens of Dade county, is a source of pride and Satisfaction," he commented. Pittsburgh Club Features Pianist '%  Kimball, president of the Pittsburgh club, has anannouneed a meeting for Monday night. May 10 at 8:15 p.m. to be held in the Atlantis hotel roof garden. 2635 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. A piano concert will follow the business session featuring Irving Laibson, soloist with the University of Miami symphony orchestra, and graduate of the Academy of Music at Vienna. • Ph. 9-7720 APPROVED COLD STORAGE VAULTS Storage BY METRO FURS Inc. • Free Pick-Up Bonded Drivers Repairing • Remodeling and Cleaning 127 N. E. 1st Are. 1 C ommercial Arcade .1 \ I Flower Hay Headed By Miss Cioldeiibcrg Miss Clara Goldenberg nas been re-appointed chairman for the Jewish National Fund flowei day to be held May 16. She will be assisted by Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. J. Weiss. In conjunction with the national flower day observance to be held in major cities throughout the country, Miami solicitations will begin at sundown Mav 15 and continue all day May 16. Funds derived will be used by the Jewish National Fund tc carry on its land purchase and reforestation program in Palestine. The observance coincides with the creation of the Jewish State by the United Nations. LEGAL NOTICE 2000 Attend Danbauin Party Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Danbaum the former Mrs. Bertha Malamut of the-Versailles hotel, were hosts at a cocktail party and reception in the Gulfstteam Room of the Versailles, Sunday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. In the receiving line with the host and hostess to greet the more than 2000 guests attending were Mrs. Leonard H. Adelman, daughter of Mrs. Danbaum, and Miss Sonya Danbaum, only daughter of Mr. Danbaum. THREE BEDROOMS** Bungalow in Rear S.W. 15th St. near 17th Ave. Bungalow Rents—$800 per season Excellent Furnishings Price $14,750—Half Cash CALL HARRY SHIFF 3-3713 RAY /1 U.I III REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers .'it Kl'in S. \V. Sth Street, Miami. Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LARRY I, WHITE" and TLONA WHITE GEORGE CHERTKOP Attorney for Applicants 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THF. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FI/ORIDA, IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY, — IN CHANCERY. No. 116827. IOSEPH SANCHEZ, Plaintiff, vs, MARfiARET SANCHEZ, Defendant. YOU MARGARET SANCHEZ. 6r,1 West 17!'th STREET, NEW YORK NEW VoRK, arc notified to file your appearance in the above cans.for divorce, on or before the 7th day ol June, A.D. 194X. or a Decree Pro Conresso will i ntered against you. DATED: This 6th day of May. AD "B''B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal> M & (;I{| | N Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER .*.SAKOWITZ Attornevs for Plaintiff 5/7-14-21-2S 6/4 NOTICE UNOFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage "> business under th? fictitious name o SMITTY'S QARAOE at 226 N.W. First S. Miami, Florida, In,,,,,Is ... ..-igter said name with the t lerk Of ins Circuit Court of Dade County. Worlda AL VOLANTB FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Al Yolante 4/30 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE JfiSte&a*** that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Miajn[ Florida. Intend, to rj PRANK RESNICK Sole owner SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant i/7-14-21-28 6'4 Jf uade Coun£ JF&ows ETHEL K. BROWN morney for AppUgWtg 010 Blscnyne Building 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MM ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai tne undersigned, desiring t., engage In ouKineas undei the fictitious name of IhRRYS DRUG STORE al 2233 S.W 22nd Street, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name with th. Clerk •r the Circuit Courl ..f Lad,County, Florida. A. .1 IGNBLZ1 WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant %  14 11-28 I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that nderslgned, desiring t.. engage In business undei the rictltlous name ..r %  %  %  Radio al 313 23rd si t. Miami Reach, Florida, Intends to register said ime with the Clerk of the Circuit ourl ol Dade County, Florida MORRIS S'ARNOW, Sole >w nei Myers, Helman A Kaplan Utorneys for Applicant 3/7-14-21-28 H I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the indi i signed, desii ing to engage In business undei the fictitious name of TROPICS LUNCHEONETTE at 233 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court •>! Dade County, Florida. SAM RANDELL WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 5/7-14-21-28 6/4 NAME LAW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mid, rslgned, desiring to angs business under the fictitious ne of ACE BAG A METAL CO. (Not Inc.) at 1212 N. W. 1st Avenue, Miami. Florida, int.-nd t.> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court .f Hade County, Florida, HARRY FATEL J. P. LAZARUS WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWlTZ Attorneys for Applicants ", 7-11-:.'! -28 1 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undeithe fictitious name of HOTEL DEL Kin at llufl Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida, intends (o regi.sier said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'AM HOTEL CORP. a Florida Corporation WALTER C. KOVNER, Attorney for Applicant. 1/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersign..,1, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LARRY'S SUNDRY at 17:;:: Coral Way. Miami. Florida. im,nd to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Couri of Had.County, Florida. SAIL L. COHEN MARY IL COHEN FRANK E. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants I 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 Supreme Super Stores at 1644 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk, Of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LESLIE FAIRMONT and MIRIAM LEVY 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LREECE'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, Florida. JACOB GOLDSTEIN HAROLD GOLDSTEIN ROBERT GOLDSTEIN BURNETT ROTH Attorney for Breecc's Fish and Lobster Market 4/30 3/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Not l.e Is hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute," House Bill No. 1175, Chapter No. 20053. Laws of Florida. 1941, will register with the '•lerk of the Circuit Court, In and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of the publication of this notice, the fictitious name, towlt: VENETIAN WATCH CRYSTAL CO. under which I am engaged In i> islness. I expect to engage In business at'number 126 N. E. First Ave., Rm. 213 In the City of Miami, Florida. That the pnrty Interested In said business enterprise, is as follows: CHARLES E. PAYNE. BURNETT ROTH Attorney, 412 Congress Bldg. Miami, Florida I :i-ir,-23-30 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undeisign.il. desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N.W. Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla., intend ; i register said name with the Clerk of the Clroult Court of Dade County. Florida. TIMOTHY WATKINS WILLIAM BOTH WELL JACK ORR ROBERT POLLOCK FRANK E. Sol-OMON Attorney for Applicants i 30 5 7-14-21-28 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 116603. LYDA MAE AREHART. Plaintiff. vs. HAROLD E. AREHART. -Defendant. YOU, HAROLD E. AREHART, c'o SUPERINTENDENT, VIRGINIA STATE PENITENTIARY, RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, are notified to file your appearance in the above cause for divorce, on or before the 24th day of May, A.D. 194S, or a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you. DATED: This 22nd day of April. A.D. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal i By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ attorneys for Plaintiff .,.Seybeld Building .Miami. Florida 1/23-30 5,-7-14-21 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, INC., 1(33 I.. Jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Fla., intend i" reglstei Bald name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MIRIAM LEVY LESLIE FAIRMONT 1RVIN FAGGEN FRANK B. SOLI >M< IN Attorney for Applicants 1-14-21-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at 7200 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 1. C. GREENBERG KATE W. GREENBERG 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 ot Professional School of Baking at 1800 N W. 37th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. '"-;:;V MAN RICHMAN Sole Owner. 4/9-16-23-30 5/7 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ThW is to advise you that I have n,,t be.-n connected with the Dallas Park Grocery, Miami. Florida, since May, 1042, and am not responsible for any of Its debts. Rose Mellnson 2400 S. W. 21st Street Miami. Florida 5/7-14-21-28 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP I HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. GEORGE W. SUIT. Plaintiff, vs. \i vi:Y C SUIT, Defendant, YOU. MARY C. SUIT. 27-Sth STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. ;• are notified to file your appearance In the above cans,for divorce. on ,,r before the 24th day of May, A D 1948. or a Decree Pro Confesso Will' i lteled against >OU. IMTBDl This 22nd day of April, AL> B. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court Seal) 1 By WM. W. STOCKING. Lieoutj i 'lerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Plaintiff .],., deybolu Buiiumg Miaou. Florida 1/23-30 5,7-14-21 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. VV. 4th Street, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Cb-ik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTJsilW Sole Owne, 4/16-23-30 5 vner 5/7^4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of .lack's Tackle Shop at 266 N E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK ROSENBAUM LEE M. ROSENBAUM. Partners 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 116275. SALVATORE ZARBO, Plaintiff, vs. ELAINE ZARBO. Defendant. To: ELAINE ZARBO. 1325 St. Johns Place, Brooklyn. New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above stvied cause for divorce, on or before the 10th day of May, 1948. Dated this 9th day of April. 1948. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, joj^jjim Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, AWOTffey :;27 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 4/16-23-30 6/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Smltty's Garage at 225 N. W. 1st Court, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AL VOLANTE Sole Owner 4/16-23-S0 6/7-H LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. — 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 you. 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 THE 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 bo taken as confessed against vou. 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. GEORGE J. 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 I04S N. W. 20th St., Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LOUIS PEARL Sole Owner MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Iuis Pearl 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business uiider the fictitious name of JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHY or ADVERTISING TYPOGRAPHY at 129 N. E. 1st Street, Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad-Cou nty, Florida. JACK SHAFFER ADBLLE SHAFFER Partners HARRY DIETZ Attorney Congress Bldg. 4/22-80 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Regina's Bakery at 1094 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PHILIP BALIN Sole Owner NATHAN AND SATIN Attorneys 4,23-30 5/7-14-21 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS 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 Road, Brooklyn, New York. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to file your appearance In the above styled cause lor divorce, on or before the 15th day of May, 1948. Dated this 15th day of April. 194S. 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 NOTICE TO APPEAR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.— IN .CHANCERY, No. 116424. PAUCA ERNA EHRLICH. Plaintiff, VB. KARL EHRLICH, Defendant. TO: KARL EHRLICH East Avenue, Near Wheat Road Vlneland, New Jersey You are hereby notified and required to appear to the Bill of Complaint liled in the above staled cause, on or before May 17th, 1948. 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 Floiidian, a newspaper published in" Dade County, Florida. Dated this 15 day of April, 148. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney at Law 1023 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/16-2S-S0 6/7 _j | •



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PAGE TWELVE -Jmist fkrHtor FRIDAY. MAY 7, i 948 Folk Chorus Hails Jewish State With Annual Concert t .-•-. annua: concert of the Greater Mauri fe i iah Talk aril] pay tribute tc ihe deitate May 16 in Miami Beach ffigh school audit riuia A =pec:al program of Jewish and Palestinian songs and gg speaken have been scheduled IT. T:-.-:oratorio "Uartirer Bloot" The Bl I :f Our Martyrs will highlight the evening i te The thei -e ; eat ..-. Palestine, by Y L-i;„-. srith musk -: Ja 3 efei L-:u.i ? ::.-.::..;-. -:.v I Quest artim will he Dr .-: ter.:.Le:.-. 5r..:f and ?;.:.:; Schwartz, ;.7. ketl for 51:'. plug tax may be pu en :' the folk i or at the box .night :: tbe performRELIGIOUS DIRECTORY CONSERVATIVE ORTHODOX Zukernick Names Lodge Chairmen Hadassah To Elect Election of officers will be held on Monday by the Mi I Group of Hadassah, duri 'ami Beach A ^ M?T32jri^TuS | Chairmen of Beach B'nai B'rit, I reguIar monthly rt.W. Third are. Rabbi n 8 their the vear 1949-49 The following 3 %  lav mocr lag .%  Vchairmen have been announced: Sick and visiting committee. %  • %  "•" %  Jack August: anti-defamation Miami Beach Jewish Communmmittee, Arthur Frishman: ity Center, 1415 Euclid areMi. rogram committee, David R. ami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehman .1 Isen: vouth committee, Godfrey K. Newman: adopt-a-family cornami Beach. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. program chairman, will present Mrs. Dorothy Fink as guest speaker. Canior Jacob Y. Gcldring. Beach AVC Plans Fashion Show Sunday U -. :-;;: %  ; %  1 r.i:-; _-. .. .. -—-1 *—• *- >!*f fr-:rr Be %  %  I %  %  rocrnlzf at I '-' %  -. %  : : %  %  LIBERAL Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase are. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Cantor Samuel Keiemer. %  • %  -Mn Starr Ethic mittee, Jules P. Channing; reten::on comtmtiee. Meyer Teigman; embership committee. Barnett Beckerman: carnival chairman. Jules P Channing: Hillel com%  .v TI-V on mittee, Walter C. Kovner; conCoasresanoB B !" ** *£ vention committee. Harold Turk; Euchd are Miami Beach. Rbb. b commiUee Emanuel G^. Joseph E. Rackovsky. .^ Americanism and civic af fairs committee. Sam W. Shapiro: athletic committee, Lester Kor•-% % %  •-•' %  %  • SPECIAL RATES FOR j UNE The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C NEWLY RENOVATED' HIGH ELEVATION DIETARY LAWS OBSERVER STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Under Supervisor of MR. AND MRS. D. HANDEL Prop. OUR WINTER RESORT HOTEL BOSTON 310 COLLINS AVE MIAMI BEACH, FLA Miami Hebre* School and Junior Congregation. 1101 S.W. J 12lh are. Rabbi Simon ApriL • %  be :--;: : :-; day Hewer % rs pres ocing Tbe Rho Chapter Installs Rh of lot Alpha P: sororit its third ni m%  n foi I April 3( it thi iter Hotel, Miami B ities and fraternities from University of Miami blight of the affair was the pinning of all new ad • I the spring and winti r 47 pledge %  pledge at the coining it the L" .-..•. ei -.':• I MiObituaries VPS LE*KPEISBERG ..' %  • Pi .• %  '-., I. She u %  •or %  Will %  -1 T • •.• The > • In -" %  V.I Mrs F : I M %  •• %  %  ., %  % %  :. ... It R. Luck. S -7. %  %  %  %  %  • ... | .. | : I %  • one :. • I • REFORM Temple Israel. 137 NX. 19th at Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. %  : Temple Emanu-EL 1801 S. Andrews are.. Fort Lauderdale. ,• ... : > p i Jewish Community Center. 2020 Polk StHollywood. Rabbi Max Kaufman. of to %  • %  • of I V Miami Jewish Orthodox Con, gregaxion. 590 S.W. 17th are. Rabbi Murray Grauer. rigai %  %  Rabbi Q • • v. %  rtlon i • p.m. totthe R I i •-. • %  • l ... Ol 3:?." .• : %  The Event of the Year Dedicated to the Declaration of a Jewish Homeland in Palestine THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Fourth Annual Coneert SUNDAY. MAY 16th AT 8:30 P. M. Miami Beach Senior High School 1420 Drexel Avenue Presenting the famous Oratorio MARTIRER BLOOT (Martyr's Blood) LOUIS POWESKY, Conductor ROSE ROBIN, Pianist Guest Artists DR. PAUL BECK. Tenor LEON SHIFF. Bass PAULINE SCHWARTZ. Soprano Tickets $1.50 plus tax — For Sale at Box Office E ***. IS IhCttESTf Z. ?9 K %  I wish to thank my friends and supporters for their efforts and votes on my behalf. LUTHER T. HARDISON Constable, District No. 3 ff T H A X K S I wish to express my sincere thanks and deepest appreciation to all ior your vote and support. I will continue for a better Dade County. Sincerely, PRESTON B. BIRD ;L VPS. PEARL LIBERVA-. .%  • %  9 • -. -'! M.f %  %  %  %  %  %  %  '.. %  RED FEER a/vrrvi. YOUR BATHROOM MODERNIZED MARKOWITZ'A SCHAFFER PLUMBING CONTRACTORS T -e Payments F^ee Eitirr P2-J397 2-12 S W Jtr St I : At Practically Wholesale Prices Today Something To Yodel About Dinners Start At 5:00 P. M. Tuesdav Thru Saturday 12:30 P. M. On Sunday Closed All Day Monday 14036 N. E. SLXTH AVENUE • NORTH MIAMI. FLA. How To Get There: Telephone 89-3612 Biciyne Bwevirfl to deb c traffic hghti at &8tn St-eet intersectionDr^ve ttraig't off of Bo^e.a-3 Mtto N. E S th Aen u e. left of Gat Station: continue tnru M.ami S"c-es E s:3,"e Park and North Miami to *Otn Street. Pld Politir-nl Adv. [ i &f AWA1 FROM 1114.11 RI:.\TS DIAL 2-2718 FOR INFORMATION r i c a t ru a;. • •. BOttriaU. Ocnlista praecripttotM lill.i Brolwa Una* and trcanaa duplicated. (Oat own laboratory.) Complete eatistnrrirm aaaroateed. Optical Dlxpensury • IT Oes ftrttta IHI atSf. in I* > a. i. it aas. THANK YOU! My sincereat appreciation to my loyal supporters for their votes. I will do my best to live up to the confidence expressed in me. Again—thank you. Sincerely, HARRY S. HIGGIKS YOUR CONSTABLE DISTRICT NO. 5 Paid Po'.iUe*'. Adv. My sincere thanks to those of you who have supported me. I appreciate the confidence shown me. I will continue to act tc the best of my ability as your State Senator. Sincerely, R. B. "BUNN" GAUTIER raid Political Ad. CITIZENS OF DADE COUNT! Your support was a mandate for me to continue serving you in your county s affairs. Your Totes for me shall be repaid by a full measure of conscientious service. Your votes have made possible the continuance of many projects for Dade County s progress. My sincere thanks to all. I. D. MAC YICAR County Commissioner District 3 Paid PaaucaJ Ad"



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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1948 Mis* Pont Heads Lazarus Chapter Miss Ethel Pont is to be installed as president of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith women at a banquet in Betty's restaurant May 16. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker and Marx Feinpresldent of Sholem lodge, master of ceremonies. Mrs. Harry "?J**Jshnoradiia,r) Miss Ethel Pont Gordon will install new officers and Mrs, Sol Goldstrom will deliver the invocation. Reservations must be made by May II. by calling Miss Pont at 3-8466 any day before 5 p.m. Othn newly elected officers include Miss Dorothy Rader, first vice pis.: 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. Board of directors is composed of Mrs Harriet Bennet, Mrs. Bernie Swisko. Mrs. Frances Ciller and the Misses Lilliam Eisman. Lillian Sach, Lynn Warner. Gertrude Ziegler, Florence Engle and Paul Horowitz. Miss Pi int and Miss Sach will attend the fifth district convention of B'nai B'rith to be held in Washington, D. C. May 29 through June 2. Beach Zionists Hear I. R. Goodman I. R. Goodman will address membcof the Beach Zionist at their weekly luncheon Wednesday on his experience in Palestine in 1947. His subject is "What I Saw in Palestine and the Present Situation." Luncheon begins at 12:15 in the National hotel. Miami Beach. WE SPECIALIZE IN CdSTOM FLOORS • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Broadielt • Linoleum MPERIOR FLOOR CO. 220 N.E. 14th St. Miami PHONE 82-4042 Smart Styles —at a price %  i 'icing out o/ the %  "' district our offerln W present better values without the sacrifice oj <""*'". Prop in and let Ethel show you. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP 236 N. MIAMI AVE. PAGE FIVE Beach Congress Women Schedule Card Party Prizes and refreshments will feature the card party to be sponsored by the Miami Beach Chapter Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, on Wednesday, May 12, 8 p.m. in the Blackstone hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Wiliiam Loeb is chairman for the evening, with Mrs. Herbert Grcenberg and Mrs. Saul Broida. as co-chairmen, and Mrs. Alfred Lesser, Harry Koretsky, Emanuel Baskind, John Soifer, Clarence Cohn, Leonard Glickman, Morris Rabinowitz, Mickey Michaels and Manuel Tanenbaum as hostesses. The public is invited to attend. Tickets for the door. $1 will be sold at Mrs. William Loeb Pictured above are two of the styles that will be modeled in the Kiddie fashion show to be presented by "Suzi Belle" at the Beth David Sisterhood donors luncheon Wednesday, May 12 in the McAllister hotel Bay room at 12:30 p.m. ... Eve Tellegam is to be fashion commentator. Models will be children of Beth David members. Mrs. Samuel I. August, ways and means chairman, is lo present to Harry Markowitz, president of the congregation, a check covering administration expenses of the religious school from donor luncheon proceeds. Mrs. Harry August is chairman of the affair. Tickets may be secured by calling Mrs. Max Bergman, 3-5837, or Mrs. Ben Hertz, 9-4075. Shown in the picture previewing the latest fashions are the Misses Bobby Bermann and Elaine August. Showcr Honors Betrothed Girl Miss Marian Richheimer was guest of honor at a shower given Tuesday by Mrs. Joseph Nurenberg, Mrs. Harry Plotkin. and Miss Helen Plotkin in Mrs. Nurenberg's home, 2206 S.W. 5th Ave. Miss Richheimer, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Richheimer of Miami, and Lloyd Gardner, son of Mrs. Sally Gardner of Miami Beach, will exchange vows May 27 in the home of Rabbi Murray Grauer. followed by a family dinner in the Martinique hotel. DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 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