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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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
^^21^-NUMBER 19
MIAMI, FLORIDA, MAY 14, 1948
PRICE TEN CENTS
EWRY AWAITS STATE
British 25-year Rule Ends at Midnight
Jewish Forces Alerted For Invasion
Iprovisional Government Defies UN Mission Establishment Of States Rests On Youth
JERUSALEMDespite determination of the Jewish people
to proclaim a Jewish State upon British withdrawal the United
Nations mission to Palestine prepared Thursday to establish an
emergency regime for the Holy Land.
A Jewish government prepared to proclaim the state's in-
I dependence at 12:01 a.m. Saturday (5:01 p.m. Miami time Fri-
day).
The Jewish Haganah militia put its entire forces on a general invasion alert
I Wednesday and closed the Lebanese, Syrian, Trans-Jordan and Egyptian
frontiers to civilian traffic. Pablo Azcarate, the UN mission's chief, announced
that a UN secretariat headed by himself will take over emergency powers in
I Palestine Saturday.
The Jewish provisional government in Tel Aviv, headed by David Ben
Gurion, announced a final decision to declare existence of a sovereign Jewish
state in the Holy Land at the moment the British lay down their rule. "The
I front is in Palestine. It is here our fate will be decided," he stated.
A committee of five men, headed by Moshe Shertok, scheduled to be
f/oreign minister of the new state, was appointed to draft the historic declara-
(tion.
Another major development yesterday was the surrender of the all-Arab
| city oi Jaffa, which adjoins Tel Aviv.
Haganah, the Jewish militia, had planned military occupation of the
I town, but the Arabs' Jaffa emergency committee avoided bloodshed by ac-
cepting all Jewish terms. ____________________
JERUSALEM, (JTA)This week-end "our generation will see
the realization of the centuries-old dream of independence,"
Jewish Agency chairman David Ben Gurion told a mass meeting
in Tel Aviv at which the first Jewish national loan drive was
inaugurated this week. Ben Gurion said that he "believed" that
a Jewish state will be established on May 16 and that the very
establishment of that state rested on the military achievements
of the Jewish youth.
Asserting that "we must overcome political intrigues from abroad," the
Agency leader declared that the powerful western nations which had been
pro-partition and later switched, have been forced to admit the fact that parti-
tion exists "owing to the firmest stand of our indomitable youth." He warned
of the danger of an invasion and called upon the Jewish community to make
a supreme effort at this time. He also revealed that the military budget for
this month alone was in excess of SI2,000,000.
Although peace reigns in Jerusalem where a cease-fire agreement has
been in effect since the week-end, a sharp battle developed on the road be-
tween Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Five Jews were killed and many injured when
a Haganah force came under Arab attack while attempting to demolish a
600-foot long roadblock near Bab el Wad.
The Jews this week gained virtual control of Upper Galilee following the
retreat of armed Arabs fro mTiberias and surrounding Arab villages. Sejera,
strongpoirit west of Tiberias, was among the occupied villages. Most of the
major roaming Arab bands in the district have been beaten off or subdued,
(Continued on Page 4)
Zionists To Meet
En Masse Here
A mass meeting has been called
by I. R. Goodman, chairman of
the Zionist Emergency council
which comprises all the Zionist
organizations in this area. It is
to be held Saturday evening at
8:30 p.m. in Flamingo park, or at
! the same time in Miami Beach
High school auditorium in the
event of inclement weather.
Purpose of the meeting, accord-
ing to Goodman, is to celebrate
"a historical night for Israel."
Notice of the meeting followed
he issuance of letters bv the
council to the citizens of Greater
Miami urging them to write or
wire immediately to President
Harry Truman protesting the
stand of the government as re-
Sards partition.
The letter explained that word
had been received from the na-
tional office of the American
Zionist Emergency Council that
,ne U.S. State department was
resorting to the utmost pressure
t0 avoid the inception of the
Jewish State on May 16and to
endanger the Jewish military sit-
uation." Miamians were instructed
IP Point out in their letters that
We favor cessation of fire in all
f Palestine but are opposed to
this being done under a false
truce which would penalize us
Politically and militarily;" and
tnat "the Jews should not be
asked to postpone the proclama-
the United Nations decision of
November 29, 1947, which is still
law."
Aiounce Grossman
YMHA Director
To Be Honored
By Community
Outstanding civic and social
welfare leaders as well as mem-
bers of the general public will
gather at the new Miami YM &
WHA Sunday evening to pay
tribute to Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y, in
honor of his completion of ten
years service to the community
through the Miami Y.
Reception will begin at 8:30
p.m. with a welcoming speech by
Leon Kaplan, Y president, fol-
lowed by a program arranged by
Milton A. Friedman, progam
chairman. Nat Blumberg is gen-
eral chairman for the testimonial
affair.
Dancing is to commence at 10
p.m. and refreshments will be
served.
Federation Makes Intensive Effort
To Put Miami's CJA 'Over The Top'
The Greater Miami Jewish community has contributed a
total of Sl.238.910 toward the 1948 Combined Jewish goal of
51,489,925, it was announced yesterday by Joseph R. Stein,
campaign chairman.
Mr. Stein said that although chance of obtaining between 500
JWV Calls Conference On DPs
ginning 8p!m. May 22 and lasting throughout May 23.
Congressman George W .Stratton, author of the pending
Stratton bill, will be principal speaker.
SSSlA an"dfveteran o.^ope^con-
ducting arrangements are ^ ^honc S^.^ Veteran
Florida Cong^ss of Parents and^ieacne National Confer-
STSf&SSl JndVJEews, ffafionaf Council of Jewish Women
and B'nai B'rith.
j ? Rnmett Roth, state commander, the purpose of
the conCferrencge rs "to'crystallize sentiment in Florid, for passage
of nSoSHSiitatum toY admit displaced persons.
^ffiZXti^S*** send represents to the
conference, Roth stated.
the campaign was officially over,
an intensive effort would be made
within the next few weeks to
secure additional pledges to en-
able Greater Miami to go over
the top.
"It is not that we are anxious
to make the goal merely for the
sake of making goal," Mr. Stein
stated, "but in view of the present
situation in Palestine it is in-
cumbent upon us to make every
possible effort to bring in pledges
from those who have not yet con-
tributed and additional amounts
from those who wish to increase
their gifts."
Reporting to the members of
the campaign cabinet on the out-
come of the drive, Morris Klass,
campaign director, said that a
total of 7,500 pledges have been
received for a total of $1,238,910,
as against last year when 6,400
pledges were received for a total
of $930,000. This year's average
gift was for $165 while in 1947
the average gift was for $147. In
1948 at the end of the campaign,
83 per cent of the goal had been
obtained, whereas at the close of
the drive in 1947, only 70 per
cent of the goal had been reached.
Some 1,250 volunteers worked in
the 1948 campaign as against 1,-
000 in 1947. The largest individual
gift in the 1948 appeal was $30,-
000; in 1947 the top gift was
$24,500.
Mr. Klass contended that with
consistent effort there was a good
and 1000 additional contributions
which will add from $50,000 to
$85,000 to the campaign totals.
In reviewing the campaign, Mr.
Klass said that one of the most
stimulating factors in the recent
campaign was the pre-campaign
inspection trip to Europe and Pal-
estine by the Federation delega-
tion consisting of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Mrs. Monte Selig and
Max Orovitz. Another factor that
had much to do with the success
of the appeal was the unusually-
large delegation which Greater
Miami sent to the Atlantic City
conference of the United Jewish
Appeal in January. Members of
the delegation return to Miami
imbued with the zeal which
"made them give their all to the
campaign," Mr. Klass said. A
third factor was the drive and
stimulation given to the appeal
by Jacob Sher, president of Fed-
eration, who devoted his time and
energy in helping the campaign
chairman, Joseph R. Stein, make
this year's drive a success.
In an effort to produce addi-
tional contributions, a series of
three letter appeals will be sent
from Federation headquarters
within the next several weeks to
all contributors and non contrib-
utors to help raise the $250,000
needed to make the goal of
51,489,925.


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FRIDAY, MAY 14,
1948
B'nai B'rith
Plans Carnival
Final plans are being .ade for
the mammoth spring benefit
carnival sponsored by the B'na:
presenting 26
E'r.i. B'rith organization! :n the
area. Scheduled to
run from 2 p.m. Sunday. May 23,
until '-. the affair :s de-
signed to be one of the largest
: :.-.. r.i ever attempted by
B'rith groups in this area.
: :s reveal.
Jules Channing, general chair -
' the camiv ea that
I 50c per person may
-tamed from any B'na:
B'rith member.
Miami Girl In Palestine
With Chalutziat Group
Miss S Stadia.-., daughter
of Mr indM Z 31
Dg to a
- i recently by he:
; one of the group
of 75 Chalutzim ".".a: made the
...-. taking

N .: I i year arid
A ; te of high .- I in
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Seminary. active
mm and for the
J -.;.-. ir.
Miss and Mr. YMHA
To Be Crowned May 22
Three B'na: B'r:::-. ;.::.- groups
'and two AZA chapters are en-
'tered in the nteal to select
YMHA u..: Mr YMHA"
at their third annual dance to be
held Saturday. 8 p rr. May 22.
at 8 p rr.. at the new YMHA.
,450 S.W. 10th Ave.
Nominated for "Miss Y" ;r.
'Harr:et F:.dler of BZB char
Leih Rosenberg :'. ALS. and
Pr..::.s Rotenberg of DBG chap-
ter. W;:::arr. Karp of AZA 322.
and Donald Reisman of S:gma
: Rho chapter are c:.: in
n. Proceed- :': m
YMHA
for youth work. Tickets at 25c
per person may be secured at
the door.
Hebrew School Plans
Picnic, Rummage Sale
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day. May 23. at Matheson Ham-
Ralph Bargl .. is general chair-
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bu:ld.ng whenever possible.
Gladys Tepper
Sets .luii' Date
Mr and Mrs. David Tepper.
1221 CoLins Ave.. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage of their
daughter. Gladys, to Herbert
Si'-zrr.an of New York City. The
wedding ceremony is to take j
ciace June 20 :n Newark. N J
.. wed by reception and dinner
in the Waldorf-Astoria. N Y. C
'.:-- Anita Kessler of Miami
Beach will be maid of honor.
! Topper attended the Uni-
versity of Miami where she
majored in business admin stra-
tum and was active with Hillel
work and the psychology club.
She is a charter member of Mi-
Beach Junior Hadassah and
served as recording secre-
tary
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salz-
man of New York City, the
prospective bridegroom is a
uate of New Y irk University. He
received h:s Ph G. degree from
Columbia
Following a honeymoon in
da the couple will make the::
home in New York.
Sholem Luncheon Club
Hears Sheriff Sullivan
A h part of its civic affairs
program to inform B'nai B'rith
members of the qualifications of
candidates in the current elec-
tion. Sholem lodge will hear a
talk by James Sullivan, candi-
date for re-election to the office
of sheriff, today at 12:15 p.m. in
the Downtown Club, Seybold ar-
cade.
The group was addressed by
Perrine Palmer. Jr., at their pre-
vious luncheon on May 7 at
which time Palmer discussed the
relationship of the sheriffs of-
f:~ *o the community.
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FRIDAY.
MAY 14. 1948
*JeistFk>riidliari
I'll Say...
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
*YankH D. Roosevelt and the \ the smartest Nazis about genera]
u -,.sAs time marches on the public attitudes outside of Ger-
dature "f our war President many-
loom ever higher.
seems to
has been
the
He
canonized not only by
Democrats and the English
bv the communists and
With the indifference of the
world to Nazi savagry, the Jew-
ish conditions steadily deterior-
ated. In 1938 the boy Hershell
retary of State, had a complete;afternoons from 3:30 to 4:30 un- class that meets on Tuesdays at
file on it. He showed it to Dr \
Stephen S. Wise, who gave it na-|der the able leadersh'P of Hy|3:30 under the direction of Eu-
Fried, and a children's puppetry I gene Yulish.
travellers. Unques-1 Greenspan shot a petty German
but even
,he"Jv hewaVa great president I official. This was the Nazi ,
' ;,|- the greatest. But what; cuse for a full scale pogrom. It
""it be his place in Jewish his- | became apparent that the Jews
- Yes the greatest conquer- > Germany were doomed. Mr.
Roosevelt called a conference at
Evian to discuss the problem of
turbulent Itne refugees (as Jews were called
torv-7
rgHcaesar, Alexander, Napoleon
loccupv niches in the Jewish
With the
'venis'of the past "generation re-! jn those days). Everyone knows
ceding, we are getting in better
perspective to appraise the man
and his deeds.
Roosevelt and Hitler came to
power at the same time; both died
taring the same year. The Nazi
persecutions began cautiously at
first and ended after six million
jeWg were murderedthe most
ghastlv tragedy of recorded time.
Through it all, our President
stood out the most influential
public figure in the world. What
did he do to stop this holocaust
,,f blood? How did he earn his
reputation as the great friend of
the Jews? .
A poet once said, "What might
have been are the saddest words
in the English language." Yet
we can't help speculating as to
what would have happened had
Franklin Roosevelt come out with
strong words when the Nazi
atrocities First began. He had am-
ple precedent. Rutherford B.
Hayes and Theodore Roosevelt
protested to the czar against the
m pogroms. But our hu-
mane President maintained a sil-
ence' that was ominous. Remem-
ber, at the outset, the Austrian
.,int Churchill shows in his
ik how a firm stand by
Hies could have stopped Hit-
Tin silence in high places
nvinced half-crazed
Schikelgruber that the world ap-
proved his torturing of Jews.
Now we know how ignorant were
that a conference is a joke unless
the proponent presents some plan
of action.'At least the leading
nation should set the pace by its
v/'llingness to act. The U. S.
relegate had nothing to offer
beyond sympathy. So the Evian
talk fest proved a cruel joke on
the harrassed Jews. Goebbles was
quick to gloat: "See what they
really think of the Jews. Not one
if these Democracies will unlock
their gates to let them in!"
World War II began. Everyone
is now familiar with the grue-
some stories of the crematorias,
the gas chambers, the death
'.rains. Treblinka. Dachau. Buch-
enwald, Oswiecem, will forever
remain symbols of degenerate
blood lust. Mr. Roosevelt again
called a conference. How can the
Jews of Europe be saved? The
sincerity behind the Bermuda
conference can be measured by
two factors. Newsmen were
barred: all references to immigra-
tion into Palestine was ruled off
the agenda. Nothing was accom-
plished. Not one soul was saved.
Did the President know about
the extermination program?
Sumner Welles, the Under Sec-
tional publicity.
Finally. Roosevelt, Churchill
and Stalin met at Yalta. The
Nazis were on the run. The war
was virtually won. The victors
were dividing the spoils. A mil-
lion Jews could still have boon
ved. The big three issued a
general statement. The Nazis
would be punished for their
crimes. Not a word about the
genocide of the Jewsthe worst
crime of all. The wretched sur-
vivors had to wait in the concen-
tration camps for the advancing
armies to liberate them
The judgment of history was
summed up here on Miami Beach
by James G. McDonald. Said that
brilliant publicist. -Roosevelt
was a friend of the Jews. But he!
did nothing for them.'
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In making this announcement.
Mrs. Evelyn Walterman. chair-
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committee, also stated that the
"Y" Discussion group, which dur-
ing the past two wicks has been
inactive, will start again.
The adult art class, which has
been meeting every Thursday
night with Melvin Richardson as
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Thursday.
For the children there is a
children's music listening hour
which has become a very popular
activity at the "Y" on Monday
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*Mm1stntrkJt9n
FRIDAY. MAY l4. i948
EDITORIAL
Uncertainty to the reception the proclamation of a Jewish
State will receive has the Jewish people the world over eagerly
following hourly developments in Palestine, at the United Na-
tions and with the' various governments.
Mass meetings have been called. Saturday evening Fla-
mingo Park will be the locale to hear the latest news. Programs
have been arranged to celebrate the birth of the Jewish State
and a salute to the Jewish army in Palestine.
The critical moment has arrived, great courage and stctes-
Laml For The Settlers
Out of the soii of Eretz Israel, equitably ac-
quired by the Jewish National Fund dunam by
dunam and restored to cultivation by the sweat
end sccr.hces of brave pioneers, grew the hope
and tr.e strength for the struggle to achieve the
United Nations' decision of November 29, 1947
which the Yishuv will translate into reality on
May 16, 1943.
The historic event will coincide with Zion
Flower Day which will be observed in hundreds
of communities throughout the nation on Sunday,
May 16. Sponsored by the Jewish National Fund,
in cooperation with the JNF Council of Greater
.'' ami the significant observance of Zion Flower
Day ... elicit an enthusiastic public response to
the slogan: "More Jewish Land For More Jewish
Settlers." The proceeds of the "Z:on Flower" scle
are dedicated to the vast ten-year land purchase
end reclamation program of the Jewish National
Fund to extend and strengthen the agricultural
icur.datior. of Eretz Israel.
Now ore than ever do we realize how much
closer the success of the JNF has brought
us to the achievement of the Jewish State. How
more than ever do we have to support the JNF.
THE BIRTH OF A JEWISH STATE
manship were required. The sentiment that there will be a Jew-
ish State now or not for a long time prompted affirmative action
According to last minute information the Jewish Provisional
government after careful consideration has decided to proclaim
the existence of a Jewish State in Palestine. This decision, re-
gardless of immediate consequences, is an historic one. It is 0ne
that has been awaited for hundreds of years. Our generation
has been blessed with the privilege of witnessing the establish,
ment of the Jewish State. We pray for a speedy recognition by-
all nations of the Jewish State and that peace prevail.
Mtabbi Zuitman
Raooi Caiman A. Zwitman will be tendered
iception tonight on the occasion of his birth-
day. The celebration will take place following
serv.ces at Temple Israel, whose pulpit Rabbi
Zwitman has graced for the past thirteen years.
It is fitting and proper for a rabbi's con-
gregation to pay tribute to their spiritual leader.
The niche Rabbi Zwitman has earned in the com-
munity mandates the well wishes of all of his
friends, co-workers and residents who have bene-
fitted by his sincere efforts and noble sacrifices.
Jack O. Corbin, chairman of the 1948 Com-
munity Chest Campaign, announced the presenta-
tion of a special Citation to Rabbi Zwitman for
his special service and excellent efforts on behalf
of the Community Chest in the closing weeks of
the 1948 Campaign. The Citation bears a com-
municat on from Mr. Corbin to the Rabbi which
states in part:
Mauriee Grossman
Another deserving professional receivinq 4,
weeic is
of the
commendations of Greater Miami this
Maurice Grossman, executive director
Miami "Y."
The reception tendered in his honor Sunday
evening marks a "Decade of Service" tig
Maurice has spent in truly "creating."
Grossman has been tireless in his efforts in
building a Y. M. H. A. and Community center.
His measure of devotion cannot be told in mere
sentences. His efforts and activities have been
far more than one would expect or demand from
an executive. The entire time spent with the
Miami "Y" has been that of the true Jew who
seeks to preserve Jewish ideals and culture with-
out thought of time or sacrifice.
Those who worked with Maurice Grossman
during the past decade of trials and tribulations
appreciate his efforts. The progress of the Miami
"Y" serves as a reminder of his accomplishments.
We wish Maurice Grossman many more
years of continued progress with the Miami "Y."
FLOWER DAY
"Although our campaign is short of its goal,
I am sure that we should not have collected as
much as we did without your cooperation and the
spirit you engendered in your congregation which
gave impetus to the drive at a crucial moment."
Recognition to Rabbi Zwitman has not been
solely on h:s home grounds. President Harry
Truman awarded an Honorary Commission in
the regular United States Army Reserve to Rabbi
Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman was signally honored
as he becomes the only past Jewish chaplain in
the United States to receive this award.
Rabbi Zwitman took a leave of absence from
his pulpit and entered the service, serving as
chaplain in World War II, receiving distinguished
recognition throughout his service in uniform. The
award is likewise the only Honorary Cornmisston
bestowed in the State of Florida.
National Jewish Welfare Board's division of
religious activities honored Rabbi Zwitman by
presenting him with a certificate for service to
American and World Jewry.
The letter accompanying the certificate, we
believe echoes the feelings of the community
toward Rabbi Zwitman. It states in part: "Behind
the simple and modest wording of this citation,
is a story of self-sacrif ce and religious dedication
that we could not hope to express in words. But
those who see this certificate will know what its
interpretation has been in your own life and in
the life of the men whom you served for blessings.
"The Jewish community and your country
are honored by the service which you came for-
ward to give in the hour of the world's greatest
need."
We wish Rabbi Zwitman many, many years
of continued service for his people. __
Establishment Of State Rests On
Military Achievements of Youth'
(Continued from Page 1;
ftei the almost eom-
ipati in o! Safad during
1 t few d
r.gholds in the
ty of Safad, including the
ternal loan to support tihe Jewish
national administration and other
fiscal measures including the im-
position and collection of an in-
come tax. The spokesman also
announced that the agency has
.established an export-import li-
importart village of Ein Zeltim, I cense office which has already
the Jews I granted licenses for the $25,000.-
who also have complete control
of all md communications
between the towns and villages
The major part of Safad's 8,000
have left for Transjordan
and the 3,000 Jews in the town
appear to be in the majority.
Semi-official Jewish circles ad-
vanced three basic reasons for
nuing with plans to wtablish
a Jewish state on May 16. regard-
of outside pressure. They
pointed out that in the event of
a probable invasion there was no
outside force to defend the Jews
and they must be organized from
within to repulse the assault; that
the Irgun and Stern Group which
have agreed to surrender their
arms to the Haganah when the
State is proclaimed have theat-
ened to attack the Jewish leader-
ship if the government is not
established; and that except in
name, the Jewish government al-
ready exists.
Among the planned activities
is the floating of a $20,000,000 in-
000 worth of imports and exports
to and from 36 countries, includ-
ing 12 countries in the sterling
bloc.
New Jewish postage stamps
including one with a rrucp of
partitioned Palestine went on
sale in emergency po3t offices
throughout the Jewish areai on
the country this week-end as
the national postal system ^vas
inaugurated. Thousands of per-
sons stood in many queues to ob-
tain copies of the new stamps.
Zionist Luncheon
Weekly luncheon of the Miami
Beach Zionist District hel 3 Wed-
nesday, at the National hotel, at
12:15 p.m., will feature. I. R.
Goodman, newly elected head of
the Greater Miami Zionist
Emergency Council, w bo will
comment on "What has tteen go-
ing on Behind the seen ex. vis a
vis Palestine." The pub' |c is in-
vited.
Toinple Mon
Install Officers
Recently elected officers and
board members of the Men's Club
of Temple Israel were officially
installed at a dinner held in
Huyler's restaurant Wednesday
night, attended by approximately
150 members and their wives.
Dr. Andrew Gottschall, presi-
dent of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, was the
speaker of the evening, with
Judge Harold B. Spaet presiding
as master of ceremonies. Retiring
president Jerome Cohen reviewed
the activities of the Men's Club
under his administration and
stressed the inter-faith projects
of the club that culminated in
the Town Hall Forum recently
concluded under the joint spon-
sorship of the Men's Clubs of
Temple Israel and the White
Temple.
New officers inducted and
charged with their responsibili-
ty Judge Harold B. Spaet,
include Henry E. Wolff, presi-
dent; Max Holtsberg. Bernard
Wall, Leo Stein, vice presidents;
M. L. Shapiro, treasurer; G. Louis
Mendelson, recording secretary;
Hy Kaplan, corresponding secre-
tary.
Retiring President Cohen was
presented with a desk set by the
club.
Miss Mondheim, pantomime
artist, entertained the dinner
! guests with serveral acts. Harry
UJA Needs
Immediate Funds
Because of the crucial situation
in Palestine, an emergency con-
ference of Jewish communal lead-
ers from every section of the
country has been called by Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., national chair-
man of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, it was learned yesterday
from Morris Klass, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. The conference
will be held in New York City on
May 23.
On the local scene, Moses Gins-
berg, treasurer of the 1948 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, this week
addressed a letter to all con-
tributors urging them to make
final payments on their con-
tributions.
"The present critical situation
in Palestine is demanding great
outlays of cash," Mr. Ginsberg
wrote. "As treasurer of our 1948
Combined Jewish Appeal, I have
just received an urgent wire from
overseas to rush all available
funds.
"You may have already paid
part of your pledge and the
balance may not yet be due,
however, since the next two
months may decide the future
of our people for generations,
I must appeal to you for help.
Your check by return mail may
turn the tide. n
"Won't you tak. nvv
Mail your check for the balance
of your pledge to me in
care of
the Federation office and I shall
remit it at once overseas."
Boyell and Harry Diamond were
in charge of the evening's ar-
rangements.
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PAGE FIVE
Rabbi Lehrman Attends
Synagogue Convention
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
)',.,- ,,f the Miami Beach Jewish
.'.',,.,... is attending the national
convention of the United Syna-
,o8Ues of America which is being
ield in the ballroom of the Stev-
ens hold in Chicago, May 13 to
17 The organization consists of
conservative synagogues in
America of which the Jewish
Center is a member.
Rabbi Lehrman will deliver the
invocation at the opening session
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
cm Thursday evening and will
preach the convention sermon on
evening at Congregation
i: Zedek of which Rabbi
ion is spiritual leader.
One of the sessions will be held
with the Rabbinical As-
! America, of which
I. hrman is also a mem-
Whitman Heads
Beth Jacob
David Whitman was elected
president of Congregation Beth
Jacob at the annual election
meeting held recently at the
synagogue.
A local businessman, Whitman
has served on the congregation
board of directors for the past
eight years. He is active in local
civic and social organizations and
is affiliated with the Zionist Or-
ganization, the Mizrachi Organ-
ization, Congregation Beth Tfilah,
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation, Temple Beth Sholom, and
the Odd Fellows. Whitman is also
chairman of the Beth Jacob Boy
Scout troop, an officer in the
Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery
Association, and a past treasurer
of the Kosher Guild of Greater
Miami, which office he recently
resigned in order to devote his
time to the affairs of the con-
gregation.
Morris B. Frank and David
Goldstein are honorary presi-
dents.
Dr. irwin H. Makovsky, David
Rosner, Attorney Martin Genet
and Mr. Maurice Klein vere
elected vice presidents. Mayor
Marcie Liberman was re-elected
treasurer; Irving Genet, secre-
tary and Hyman Galbut, financial
secretary.
Serving on the board <>f director!
are: J. Albert, Davla Becker, FYiink
Becker. A. Bloom, Louis O. Bloom-
field, Benjamin Cohen, Josh Cohen.
Samuel Deutch, Abe Elaenberg, Alfred
It. ISIIIott, Sam Pagenaon, Ben Vox,
Rernnrd A. Prank, lien Qalnea, \i
Qalbut, Harry Genet, s. M. Greenspan,
S. M. Grundwergj 8. Guttman, Max
Leshnlck, John uevy, Harry Levitt,
Alex Marcus, Marry Markowlts, S. L.
Mate, William Mechanic. Baron de
Klrach Meyer, Dr. Herman R.
MechlowltS, William Meehlowitz,
Joseph Meltzer. Leo Meyer, Abe Mil-
ler, l-aclor Miller, I. II. Miller, L.
Rosenuaum, Dr. M. J. Safra, Nathan
Schwartz. Fred Bhochet, Barney Bllf-
kin. Joseph Schneider. Edward A.
Snyder, Harry Bom, I. l>. Splvack,
lohn Starr, Morris Wachbolder and
Jack Wuiher.
Beach Congress Group
Dance To Aid Palestine
rican Jewish Congress,
Beach Chapter Business
and Professional group plan a
dance al the Robert Richter ho-
be held on May 29 at 8:30
p.m Music will be by the Robert
Richter Orchestra.
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Temple Party Observes
Zwitman's Birthday
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
honor Rabbi Zwitman with a re-
ception and birthday party this
evening immediately following
regular Friday night services. All
members and friends of the con-
gregation have been invited to
attend both the services begin-
ning at 8:15 p.m. and the party.
Greetings will be extended to
the rabbi by Mrs. Isaac Levin,
president of the Sisterhood, and
by Judge Harold B. Spaet for the
temple board; Henry Wolff, for
the men's club; Myron Zeientz,
Young Married People's league,
and Allan Freehling, the youth
group, as well as a representa-
tive of the Sunday school.
Max Holtzberg will serve as
master of ceremonies.
In charge of arrangements is
Mrs. H. V. Simons, assisted by
Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Stella Hant-
man, Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer
and Mrs. Henry Hirsch.
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The former Miss Cohen is the
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Mrs. Gordon attended schools
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PAGE SEVEN
%gil Home
Concert Features
Chana Grossberg
To help residents of the Jewish
Homo for the Aged celebrate
Mother's day the Miami Beach
ladies auxiliary and the directors
( the home sponsored a gala
conceit last Sunday afternoon.
Anvuta Melicov, pianist who ar-
ranged the all-Jewish program,
served as master of ceremonies
and accompanied the various solo-
Heading the list of popular art-
ists who offered their services
was Chana Grossberg, Polish-
American vocalist and comedian
who has appeared for the home
many times. She rendered sev-
eral sings and recitations.
Marcel Chiland, French-Amer-
ican tenor formerly with the
Opein Comedie of Paris, was also
featured. He is well-known for
his work with French operas and
folk songs for stations WABC and
WHN in New York.
Ruth Brotman, lyric soprano,
and Ethel Kissel, violinist, also
performed, and Mania Shubow
recited from Sholem Aleichem.
Special Mother's day gifts were
presented to the residents of the
home by the ladies of the Beach
auxiliary. The affair was open
to the public and refreshments
were served.
Asisting with arrangements
were Mis. Benjamin Sherry, Mrs.
Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Benjamin
Kaplan, Mrs. Morris Sparber and
Mrs. Sam Aronstein.
Lincoln Road Assn.
Elects D. R. Mead
D. Richard Mead was elected
president of the Lincoln Rd. as-
sociation to succeed August
Geiger.
Oth-r newly elected officers
include: Leonard Wien, vice pres-
ident- Mil'on Sirkin, secretary
and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer.
The board of directors, expand-
ed to 16 at the same meeting, is
now composed of William Tara-
dash, Otto Birn, S. J. Halperin.
E. D. Keefer, Arthur Lindau,
Seymour Rubin, Geiger, Jack A
Albin. Sam Becker, Benjamin E.
Bronston. C. L. Clements, Dr.
Morris Goodman, Frank Mayer.
Leo Robinson, Mark A. Smith and
Milton Smith.
Poinciana Arrivals
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M. Harrow, William Ernest, Wil-
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Mrs. George Handel, Forest Hills
N. Y.: Henry Waldbauer, Rich-
mond. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. John
Lippy, Louisville, Ky.
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Engineering Oiiice
Meyer W. Dcutsehman, has an-
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for the practice of professional
engineering at 141 N.E. 3rd Ave.
He was formerly associated with
Henry Hohauser and Associates
as chief of the engineering de-
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here in construction work. He en-
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THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
Fourth Annual Concert
SUNDAY, MAY 16th AT 8:30 P. M.
Miami Beach Senior High School 1420 Drexel Avenue
Presenting
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MARTIRER BLOOT
(Martyr's Blood)
LOUIS POWESKY, Conductor ROSE ROBIN. Pianist
Guest Artists
DR. PAUL BECK. Tenor LEON SHIFF. Bass
PAULINE SCHWARTZ. Soprano
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FRIDAY, MAY 14.
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Aged Hone Robert Kutner* Tour Florida
Auxiliary Installs
Mrs. Beek
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Ladies exchanged
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Personally Speaking...
A oroop of 23 friends attended a linen shower May = ~
_r. honor of Miss Be:r.;ce Bcdcnes by Mrs. Jack Le-.nne Tad Mi
3essie Wernikofi in Mrs. Levine's home. Miami Beaoh" M '
Bed is me June 20 bride-elect of Ferdinand Ph.
-t -tt *
Alex S. Cohen has returned from a combined h;--
zr.z olecsure fete to Washington. D. C. En route ce r-e-**-f!
-e state B'nai B'rith convention in Jacksonville.
Leo Allen left for New York Sunday upon word of &
death of his mother Mrs. Helen Allen of that cry. He will be
oreser.t ad Am N'ationa! Conference of Social Workers in At
iotr.ti: C::v before returning home.
* *
A surprise pcoty W stoged last night for Miss Paula Lad
:v he: sister, Trjd:. :r. their home, 574 N.E. 94th St. :
tooted the farewell celebration" for the guest of her.;: who is
having soon to vtsit her fiance. Leon S. Rosenblum and his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum. of Patterson N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gcnnes have moved to their -=w ;03e
ad 1411 S.W. 21st terrace.
FoUcwino z short visit L-. Birmingham Ala., V- = v_^e
Goodman Keller of 3230 N.W. 7th St. has returned borne,
Joe Cohen left for Dallas. Texas, Monday to join
who has been visiting their son-in-law and daughter
Mrs. E. J. Smith ar.d c newly bem granddaughter :
I
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss left Thursday for Wi
M mi
Flo., to attend the graduation of their cjHxnddaugh
Zcz'dcjz Lewis L-orr. Roili.-.s ocllege. They also pior.
a week in White Springs before going to their stirr.-
ir Avon Lake, Ohio.
---e: Part
let :4ss
.: sperd
te: home
.'.'- Robert Kroner
- : le at ;
tun Kutnei M ami v.'
- S E BStfa St up:r; their re-
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Miss Roller
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PAGE NINE
Gerald Karp*
Kosicto In Miami
A wedding trip to St. Augus-
tine and Daytona Beach followed
the marriage of Miss Lea Aron-
off and Julius Gerald Karp who
now reside at 1144 S.W. 27th
Ave. Their double ring ceremony
the afternoon of April 18 which
took place in the Floridian hotel,
Miami Beach, was immediately
folk wed by a reception for wed-
ding guests. Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiated.
The bride, whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Aronoff
of 1342 S.W. 4th St., was attended
by Mrs. Edward Axlrod, matron
of honor. The bridegroom's sis-
ter, Mrs. B. A. Sterling, kept the
guest bo6k.
Murray Zohn served as best
man for the groom.
Mrs. Karp attended Miami
Senicr High school and Webber
College, Babson Park, Florida.
The bridegroom, son of Mrs
Rose Karp of Miami, also attend-
ed Miami Senior High. He served
in ihe Army Signal Corps and
spent 3Vi years overseas.
I
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni
Install Mrs. Jacobson
A luncheon honoring graduat-
ing seniors of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority and the newly elected
alumni ofticers was held Satur-
day afternoon at the Towers ho-
tel".
Mrs. Leonard Jacobson was in-
stalled as dean of the alumni im-
mediately following the luncheon.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis is the sub-
dean; Mrs. Julian Newbauer.
scribe; Mrs. David Rifas. treasur-
er: and Miss Norman Weather-
hern registrar.
Mrs. Leonard Jacobson
Error
In the personally speaking
column of the Floridian last week,
an error was made in naming the
home town of a houseguest of
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
of Miami Beach. Mrs. Isidor Blum,
the visitor, is from Meridian,
Miss. She is the sister of Rosen-
stein and also of Max Rosenstein
of Miami Beach.
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Where the Food and Atmosphere Is Really Different
u rumptunui Sizzling Bteaks, that melt In your mouthfiin-n"'
fhlcken "out of this world"Superb Roasts- New (England Dinners.
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mouth-watering Desserts on the table will take you baok to Monti
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"" Saturday nightAll served In a leisurely, quiet. nome-UKc
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Dinner* start at 5:00 P, U. Tuesday, thru Sjtgrday,
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Rappaport Bar Mitzvah
Martin Paul, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rappaport of the Im-
perial hotel, Miami Beach, will
be Bar Mitzvah tomorrow morn-
ing in the Mi- .
ami Beach Jew-
ish Community
center. A recep-
tion follows in
the center for
members of the
congregation.
The parents
will entertain
the comfirmand
and several of
his friends at Pappaport
luncheon after services. That af-
ternoon Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Kramer, grandparents of the boy,
will be hosts to a reception for
all friends of the familv in their
home at 752 Euclid Ave., Miami
Beach.
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A candlelight ceremony in the
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Miss Rhoda Vogel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vogel of 860
N.W. 2nd St. and Morris Josepher.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Joseph-
er, 1614 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
The formal affair was followed
by dinner in the hotel for wed-
ding guests.
Mrs. Harold Gershenoff, sister
of the bride, was matron of
honor. Miss Marilyn Zeligman,
childhood friend of the bride,
served as maid of honor, and Miss
Dorothy Keyser, bridesmaid.
Sandra and Carol Gershenoff. the
bride's nieces, were flower girls.
Sidney Josepher was best man
for his brother and Joel J. Vogel
and Harold Gershenoff served as
ushers.
Out-of-town guests here for the
wedding included Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Josepher, Samuel Josepher,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Koffler, Mrs.
Henry Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Hershkowitz and Mrs. Sarah
Schaeffer.
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PAGE TEN
*>Mistrkridiari
Miami V* Camp
Committee* Plans
Summer Program
YK r-
D ...-. ed that Um I Kb annal H
Ca~ d of the Miami V
d Monday June 28.
a: '. ntinue for a
per. weeks
The pi pan r *rill in-

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aftern
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For fur"
University Plans Graduation Week
A seres if prog] nnecl
with K rr.r
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by Dr William ?
There are 4:.- for
gradt..
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Activities thu
prise a rectr:. n I
. : al
- Country :lu pm..
28; Em alumni lini
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in the Beaum at Mi
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B-.p::.-t Church,
11 am V ij I tnmenci
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: 4 30 p rr.. May 30. and
tea at the
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rent address
be given by Dr. J. Hilus
- I the UniVl
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tor of religious ed-
at the university and
lent :i Mt Union
er the invoca-
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MAY 14, 1948
FRIDAY.
jJJwnlWYPost
Honors Veterans
Interred In Miami
., .inor all Jewish war vet-
pnns who came to their final
,.'.,... place here, the honor
ard of Norman Bruce Brown
oost No. 174 of the Jewish War
f.;.,,.,ns, will conduct special
. Memorial day morning,
Kay 30, at the various local ceme-
teries A meeting of the honor |
nurd has been called for Mon- |
L- 8-15 pm. in the Miami YM
r\vilA to make final arrange-
Tentative plans released by Ed-
ward Levine, publicity chairman,
call for the guard's appearance
Ml Nebo cemetery at 9 a.m.;
land at 10 a.m.; and Wood-
lawn. 11 a.m. Parents of the de-
ceased veterans and the general
public have been invited to at-
tend any one or all of the sched-
uled services. A tent for specta-
tors will be provided in case of
inclement weather.
Blessings will be made by Joe
. chaplain of the honor
guard, after which a flag and a
jv/V standard is to be placed
upon each veteran's grave. Com-
plete military ceremony will in-
clude taps as well as the tradi-
tional three volleys of shots from
the firing squad.
Kennj Braidman is commander
of the guard; Jack Silver, vice
cmdr.; Levine, quartermaster;
Sidney Hum. treasurer; Krissel,
chaplain; and Hy Morris, ad-
jutant.
+Jeni*ti Fhridfon
PAGE ELEVEN
Everglades Club
Schedules Boat Ride
Workmen's Circle Everglades
Club of Miami will hold its reg-
ular business meeting on Tues-
,.',ii p.m. at the Workmen's
Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
May event of the club is to be
a boat ride on the Seminole
Queen, scheduled for Memorial
day night, May 30. Tickets are
now on sale by all members. Re-
servations can be made by calling
Mrs. Harry Schuldiner, 2-1636.
loth Miolom
Begins llrive For
New Members
"Mobilize in May for Member- !
ship" is the slogan of Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach
this month, according to an an-
nouncement by Sam Lachman,
Temple president.
"Temple Beth Shclom is con-]
centrating this month on adding
100 new members to its member- j
ship rolls and every member and
friend of the Temple is earnestly
urged to cooperate," Lachman de-
clared. "The Temple's main
source of income is its member-
ship dues, thus making it possi- I
ble to eliminate fund-raising ap-
peals from its services. Temple
Beth Sholom, aside from its pro-
gram of religious worship, con-
ducts a very active religious
school, with an enrollment of
some 300 pupils and a varied
program of religious, cultural and
social activities through its Sister-
hood, Men's Club and program
committee.
"It operates on a family mem-
bership plan," he added, "that
is, dues include High Holy Day
seats and free religious school ed-
ucation, as well as other privileges
and activities. The Temple is
planning to install air-condition-
ing in the near future and to still
further enlarge its religious school
activities next year. For these
and many other reasons, it is im-
perative that we add at least 100
new members this month," Lach-
man concluded.
Leon J. Ell has been made
chairman of the Temple's Mem-
bership committee with Jack
Lawson, as co-chairman.
Sholom installation
At Martinique Hotel
**Vg. Louis J, Krenskv, 4955
Delaware Ave., Miami Beach,
newly elected president of the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, will be formally installed
at the Sisterhood installation
luncheon to be held Wednesday.
May 19. at 1 p.m. in the Martini-
que hotel. The installation, which
will take the form of an operetta.!
'.....en by Rabbi Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the temple.
will be conducted by Rabbi
Kronish and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer, the temple's cantor.
Other officers to be installed
are: Mrs. Ah xander K
honorary president; Mrs. Bi
Nelson. Mrs. William Fan- and
Mrs. Abe Blatt, vice presidents:
Mrs. Arthur England, recording
secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Seid-
ler. corresponding secretary: Mrs.
Bert Whitman, financial secretary
and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg. treas-
urer.
Mrs. Fair is chairman of the
installation luncheon and Mrs.
Irving Rothman, reservations
chairman. Reservations for the
luncheon can be obtained through
the Temple Both Sholom office
Emergency League
Rally Held Monday
Professor Mark Waldman,
chairman of the American League
For a Free Palestine, called an
emergency rally Monday eve-
ing in the main auditorium Mi-
ami Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road.
"We are facing a terrible crisis
which has no parallel in the an-
nals of history. We must rally to
the support of the Hebrew fight-
ing forces in Palestine if mankind
is to live in peace and human
dignity/' Waldman declared.
Abe Aronovitz, prominent Mi-
ami attorney, delivered the feat-
ure address of the evening. A late
report from the Hebrew fighting
forces in Palestine was also given.
Due to numerous requests
the Jewish Floridian will alter
its policy and accept ads of a
personal nature, as printed be-
low. This is being done in the
hope that it will prove of serv-
ice to our readers.
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gee, 25 yrs., 5'10", has Ten
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Folks of Discriminating Taste
Write Mrs. T.. Box 2973
Miami 18. or pone 4-6014
After 6 p. m.
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Music Laureate
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By calling at or writing to
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or by writing
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FRIDAY, MAY 14.
Goodman Heads
Reorganized
Zionist Council
At a reorganization meeting
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Stone. 2050 N\ Bay Road.
Miami Beach. I. R. Goodman was
elected to head the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist Emergency Council.
Goodman, resident attorney of
St. Louis, is a member of the
National Executive Committee of
the Zionist Organization of
America. In St. Louis, he headed
the St. Louis Zionist E-gency
Council for a period of five years
and the Zionist Organization
there for a period of four years.
Since 1942. he has been chairman
of the delegation from St. Louis
and Southern Illinois to the
American Jewish Conference and
was vice president of the Jewish
Community Relations Council for
St. Louis.
Among Goodman's best known
<:': rts ihc-re was his work in
bringing about 'Rabbinical Edict"
for membership in the Zionist
movement issued by orthodox and
conservative rabbis in St. Louis.
This achievement was considered
revolutionary in Judaism and
Zionism, providing editorial com-
ment in the Jewish press through-
out the country
Other officers elected to serve
the Greater Miami Zionist Emer-
gency Council are as follows:
vice chairmen. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff. Abraham Goodman. Har-
ry Simonhoff, S. Ashkenazy. Al-
fred Stone, Mrs. Abraham Good-
man; secretary. Mrs. Lillian
Mamlet: treasurer. Dr. David S.
Andron. The council is consti-
tuted of delegations from all
branches of the Zionist movement
in this area and includes also a
delegation from the community
:rge.
I. R. Goodman
Gables Center
Elects Glickstein
Dr. Leonard Glickstein was
elected president of the Coral
Gables Jewish Center at their
neeting this month in the
Hillel house. Other officers in-
clude: Sam Schulefand. vice
president: E. A. Miller, treasurer;
Mr?. Sam Lieberman, recording
secretary: Mrs. A. W. Harris, cor-
responding secretary; and Mrs.
Al Levick. financial secretary.
Those elected to the board of
directors are: Morton Biegel.
Herbert Blume. Alex Cohen. Mrs.
Maurice Corenblum. Irving Ger-
stenfeld, Leon Honig. Mrs. L.
Kussner, Mrs. E. A. Miller. Lee
Platt. Mrs. Sidney Richman. Her-
man Rubin. Sam Silver. Oscar
Sindell and Murray Weyner.
The Cora! Gables Jewish Cen-
ter meets the first Sunday of
each month at 8:15 p.m.. at Hillel
h ,use. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd..
Coral Gables. Originally formed
to meet the social, cultural and
religious needs of the Coral
Gables Jewish Community, it al-
ready maintains a Sunday school
approved by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education which meets every
Sunday morning at Hillel house.
The public is invited to attend
meetings.
AWAY FROM
HIGH IENTM
DIAL 2-2718
FOR IN-
FORMATION
Flft ^ualit?
notarial*. Ocu-
lists' proscrip-
tions I i 1 1 d.
Broken Unsas
and btram dupli-
cated. (Oar own
laboratory.) Com-
plete satisfaction
guaranteed.
fiysL
Optical Dlspen*ry
IT Ha AMrien aMs.
Ill I. I. let Aei.
( !* H *)
Dixie Co. Opens
New Showrooms
Northern business c r.
considering entering the rapidly
_:. iwing Miami market, as il-
lustrated in a recent survey pub-
lished by the City of Miami Pub-
licity department, might study
the "Success Stury" of Miami's
oldest and the South's larg^
dependent home owned Auto
Service Company. Dixie Tire Co.
Started in 1924. before the so-
called Florida boom as one small
servici .. th:s business has
steadily kept pace with Miami's
industrial growth and today op-
erates 5 super-station.- serving
this area.
G E. Moseley, president, pio-
neer Miamian and co-fcunder.
not only used his business genius
to help build a Miami industry,
but served in the Navy during
the bombardment of V. i Cruz
and in both World War I and
World War II.
Charles H. Fjrbes. vice pn S
and gen. rngr., with the firm for
17 years, attributes Dixie's steady
growth to the combined efforts
of department managers and em-
ployees, with a total record of
over 200 years in service. Mrs. F.
Van Koevering. treasurer. 16
years: T. W. Godbold. credit mgr..
16 years: Frank Lytle. brake and
I wheel department. 19 years; W.
J. Mills. Miami Beach station, 14
years; N. C. Medlin. purchasing
I agent. 13 years: J. M. Bates. Mi-
|ami Beach, 10 years: J. M. Ha-
,good. 4 years, and others.
With a personnel of over 100
employees, this is one of the few
concerns having a pension trust
fund in addition to group insur-
ance and vacations with pay.
For many years distributors of
FOR BETTER
FUR STORAGE
LET PINTO
Care for your precious
furs and woolens in
their modern certified
Cold Storage
Vaults
Phone For
Bonded Messenger
5-7066 or
78-4736
Complete Fur Service
Tobv Cooper
Heads Slate Of
Junior lladass.-ili
Miss Toby Cooper was elected
president of the Miami Beach
f Junior Hadassah at then-
last meeting in the Miami Beach
YM & WHA.
Mrs. Doris Pardo. out-going
lent who has been named
president, will install
Cooper nnd other officers at
an installation banquet and dance
Saturday. May 22. at the Raleigh
hotel. Miami Beach.
Omer officers chosen to serve
inoude vice presidents. MiM
nee Hildebrandt (organiza-
Miss Sel.-r.a Lewis (Young
Judaea). Miss Beverly Raphael
membership', and Miss Roslyn
Worth (fund-raising): treasurer.
Miss Freida Ankus: financial sec-
Marion Berman; recording sec.
Miss Phyllis Wilpon: correspond-
ing sec". Miss Roslyn Elbaum:
social sec. Miss Lillian Arjnson.
Reservations for dinner may be
made by calling Miss Roslyn
'. :,. reservations chairman, at
5-2676. or Miss Lucille Yagoda.
5-5032. Also assisting with ar-
rangements for the affair are
M Natalie Samuels, in charge
of the ad bulletin: Miss Beverly
Raphael, program: Miss Frieda
Ankus. tickets: and Miss Trudi
.. publicity.
Celebration At
Workmen's Circle
Workmen's Circle branch 699
and the Women's club will hold
a three-fold celebration this Sun-
day in the torm of a banquet to
take place at 6 p.m. in the WC
lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St.
Besides marking the second
anniversary of both groups and
the first anniversary of the ly-
ceum. the occasion marks the
initiation of the one hundreth
member. A musical program has
been prepared for entertainment.
Reservations may still be made
by calling Mrs. Morris Jacobs.
3-2657: Mrs. J. H. Siegel. 2-3474;
1948
Mrs. Morris Braunstein, &M^.
or Mrs. Simon Schneider, 4.4790'
Charge is $2.50 per plate.
Zionist Youth
To Rally
A Zionist youth ral.y has been
called for Sunday night at th
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center beginning 8:30 p.m. ^
celebrate "the Birth of a \a.
tion." .Harold Shapiro is geriLra:
chairman.
Representatives of the group
will appear over the jacob
Shachter's Jewish Musical hour
this weekend both Friday at
a.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m eve-
station WBAY.
American Oil Co. products.
Amoco gas. Seiberling tires. Wil-
; lard batteries and Veedol oil. this
; company entered the home ap-
pliance field and offers Philco.
1 Norge. Clarion radios and many
ither nationally advertised pro-
ducts for the home.
The opening of new show-
rooms on May 14 at 101 S.W. 1st
St. will highlight their 24 years
of service to Greater Miamians
jand during the celebration many
'old customers, friends and em-
ployees will meet again to discuss
the subiect "Remember Miami
When?"
MY SINCERE THANKS
To all my good
friends for the fine
support given me in
the first primary cam-
paign.
I know I can count
on all of you to help
in the second pri-
mary and to interest
your friends.
Gratefully.
JUDGE ROSS WILLIAMS
for
CIRCUIT .11 IN.I
Paid Political Adv.

YOURE PAYING FOR IT--
DO YOU APPROVE IT?
Should state employees be forced by the Caldwell Political
Combine to leave their jobs while being paid by the State
to ride over Florida roads in tax-purchased automobiles and
using tax-purchased gasoline wearing out tax-purchased
tires ... eating and entertaining with your tax money in order
to perpetuate the Caldwell Political Combine?
1642 EUCLID AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Storage Vaults at
1161 N. W. 36th St.. Miami
OPEN (t* AROUND
FULLER WARREN
Will Answer This Question
TONIGHT 8:00
Hear Him Over These Stations
WQAM WWPG


pttDAY. MAY 14, 1948
William L Pallot
Heads B'nai BVith
William L. Pallot, Miami at-
torney, has been elected presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Council
0f Greater Miami, it was an-
nounced by Charles R. Jacobson,
,.N cutive secretary of the council.
He will head the group which
represents 26 separate B'nai B'rith
organizations, a total of more
(ban 2500 members in greater
Miami. The council was organ-
ized one year ago to coordinate
the community service work and
the public relations policies of
B'nai B'rith in South Florida.
The new president received his
LL.B. degree at Cumberland Un-
Iversity in 1938, and has devoted
many years to civic and com-
munity activities. He served four
in the U. S. Naval Reserve
and was Commander of a divi-
sion of L.C.I, ships in the Atlantic
fleet, receiving four ribbons. He
resident of Broward Lodge
No. 1438, B'nai B'rith, in Fort
Laudeidale for two terms and in
1947 was awarded a diamond
achievement pin for service in
the organization.
Pallot recently directed the
contest in Dade county to select
the Outstanding Man and Wom-
an of 1947," a project originated
by Sholem lodge to foster mu-
tual understanding between civic
and service groups in greater Mi-
ami, and to publicly honor two
ns for unusual civic accom-
plishment.
He is a Shriner, a member of
tiie board of directors of the
Miami YMHA, a member of the
Elks, and a board member of the
Zionist organization.
Als i elected to serve with
Pallot are: Dr. Leonard Glick-
and E. Albert Pallot, vice
lents; Mrs. Norman Giller.
iry, und Mrs. Harry Gor-
don, treasurer. Ex officio mem-
be; s df the council include Rabb
Albert Michels, director of the
Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami; George J.
Talianoff and Gilbert J. Balkin
of the Anti-Defamation League;
L us Heiman, president of the
District 5, grand lodge; Milton
A. Friedman. State Federation
lent, and Mrs. Irving Beck-'
(:. a vice president of the Wom-
en's district, grand lodge.
* Unitt fkriJfon
PAGE THIRTEEN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
ouiunen undei the fictitious name ol
JERFU S' DRUG STORE at 2235 B.W,
22ml Htreet, Miami. Florida, In).....In
to reglate ild name with thi Clerk
Flo Id '""'"" ''""" Dade '
A. J. IONBLZI
WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys roi Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 1 i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the rii tltlou ame ol
R Radio at 315- 2Srd Street, M an .
Beach, l- loi Ida, Intends to reglstei said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
court of Dade County, Florida
MORRIS NARNOW,
Sole Ownei
Herman a- Kaplan
Attorne) s for Applicant
5 M4-21-28 i
LEGAL NOTICE
William Pallot
Weber Heads
New Center's
First Slate
Samuel Weber was elected first
president of the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community center at
their last meeting. Others chosen
to serve with him were Herman
Feldman, vice president; Mrs.
James Segal, corresponding sec;
Mrs. Samuel Kirshner, recording
sec; and Leo Rothstein, treasurer.
Installation will take place May
20 in the Coral Gables Women's
club at which time a social event
in the .form of old time movies
with sound will take place. The
public is invited.
Committees recently appointed by
the executive hoard include: house,
Samuel Kirshner, chairman, A Cohen.
J. Ross. A. Brazier. L. Esloe. H.
Cover-man; finance, James
chairman. Mrs. L. Handsel. Dr. O.
Balber, C. Adelman, I... Tenney. Leo
Rothstein; membership, L. Handsel,
chairman, Mrs. R. Cleln, Herman Feld-
man, Mrs. James Segal. Rubenstetn.
Mrs. L. Esloe; social. A. Tenney,
chairman. Mrs. I,. Katz. Mr. arid Mrs
H Kirshner, Mr. and Mrs. S. Nrssen-
nff Mr and Mrs. A. Cohen. Ruben-
stcln. Mrs. Nltzberg. Mrs. Bhenberg.
Mr and Mrs. I,. Esloe; athletic. H.
Coverman, chairman. Hlrsh. B. Cleln
Dr Balber. Rothstein. ways and
means. J. Masters, chairman. Mrs.
Goodman, Mrs. Shinberg, Basenberg,
Feldman and Brazier; sunshine. Mrs.
Ross, chairman, Mrs. Clein; women s
activities, Mrs. L. Katz. temporary
chairman; publicity, Clein.
Alton Road Hospital
Staff Holds Dance
Si ff of Alton Road hospital
heduled its second annual
to take place tomorrow
evening at 8:30 p.m. in the Ritz
. Miami Beach. Invita-
tions have been issued to all per-
sonnel including the board of di-
> s und attending physicians
and surgeons.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Canay and his orchestra.
Miss Amy Adelson, chairman
social committee, is being
1 by Miss Bea Gutman,
Miss labelle Wilson and Mrs.
K thleen Bradbury.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
rdi ralgned, desiring to i ngage in
business undei th.- fictitious name of
TROPICS LUNCHEONETTE at 233
lolllns Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of th,- Circuit Court of Bade
County, Florida
SAM RANDELL
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorney-- for Applicant
'., 7-14-21-2S 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BRBECE'S FISH AND 1/>BSTER
MARKET at 4 N.W. North River
Drive, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Bade County, Flor-
ida.
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
HAROLD aOLDSTBTN
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN
BURNETT ISHTH
Attorney for Rreece's Fish and
Lobster Market
4/30 5/7-14-21-28___________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N W
Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of I Circuit Court of Dade County.
Hoi ida.
TIMOTHY WATKIN8
WILLIAM BOTHWELL
JACK ORR
ROBERT POLLOCK
FRANK i: SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
7-1 I-21-2S
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....|
SNO-CREME at 21 n. i:. ist Avenue,
Miami. Florida, Intends to n
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK RESNICK
Sole Owner
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
o 7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOTEL DEL RIO at 1100 Collins
Avenue, Miami Iieaeh, Florida, lit -
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAM HOTEL COR1'.
a Florida Corporation
WALTER C. KOVNBR,
Attorney for Applicant.
1/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under- the fictitious name oi
LARRY'S SUNDRY at 1733 Coral Wa,
Miami. Florida, Intend to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAUL I.. COHEN
MARY Q. COHEN
FRANK B. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
4/30 5/7-14-21-21
Beach JWV Distributes
Plea To Truman
Miami Beach post of the Jew-
ish War Veto-..:, is distributing
10.000 post cards in this area for
individuals to send to President
Truman urging him to lift the
arms embargo for Palestine and
to recognize the Jewish state
there. Distribution is being made
both by mail and by booths set
up in the streets.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at
"200 Bay Drive. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
I. C. GREENBERG
KATE W. GREENBERG
4/16-23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to em
! business under tire fictitious name ol
Palmetto Park Properties at 350 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Reach. Florida, In
t.-nd to register- said tram,- with the
I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi
! Countv, Florida.
ROBERT OUTMAN
JULIUS WINOGRAD
HERMAN KOMI,
LEONARD L. KIMBALL
Attorney for applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-2S 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
HOW...
YOU CAN DINE AT
nTnm
FOR
$1.50
(A Complete Dinner)
Bonded Whiskeys, 65c
All Scotch, 65c
Blends, 55c
Cocktails, 55c
Entertainment in Bar
By ihe Three Chords

Coral Way at 36th Are.
Ph. 48-4224
JACK .
BALLY KAHN
Partners
HARRY DIET!!
Attorney fl>r Applicants
Congress Bldg.
5/14-41-18 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,.,..,
notice is HEREBY OIVLN that
the undersigned, desiring r
business under the *****>****
norlda' ABE RAPOPP
Bole owner
HARRY DIETSB
Attorney for Abe Radon
Congress lildlt.
5 14-21-28 8/4 ____________.----------
N0T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
""., FRY at 280 South Dixie
pixie oroi 1-,,t\. ,,,,:: Florida, m-
BE SSis r-a:
'"""' K".....*3AM FlUKPMAN
w.-s\i\N. SILVER BAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
5/14-21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name of
All-Brlte Wet Wash Laundry il
N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JosEI'H PRESS
Bole i iwner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bide.
5/14-21-28 8/4-11
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IV THE CIRCFIT COURT OF THE
llTIt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 117018.
JACOB BRAUNHEIM, Plaintiff, vs.
ItERTHA BRAUNHEIM Defendant.
To BERTHA BRAUNHEIM "
10 i -. Parkway
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified ai
nulred to appear to the Bill of
plaint filed In the above styled
on or before June 14, 1848, otherwise
the Bill of Complaint win be taken
,a confessed against you. Let this
,,1-d.r be published once a week for
. nive wei ks in The Jewish
rblished in
leole County, Florida.
Dated this 12 day of May. 1848.
i: B. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
|lClrCU" 'V'U:' %?*. C. GREEN.

MILTON A FRIEDMAN
t y| at Law
illdlng
m Florida
;,, 14-21-28 8 4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
1166H3.
LYDA MAE AREHART, Plaintiff,
* HAROLD E. AREHART, De-
fendant
YOU, HAROLD B AREHART,
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.I). 1;. IS. or a De-
ee Pro Confesso will be entered
against you
DATED; This 22nd day of April.
A.D. 1918.
E B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
lit Court Seal)
By VVM. W. BTOCKUVO,
D.-puty Clerk.
W'ASMAN, BILVBR & SAKOWITZ
eys for Plaintiff
918 Beybeld Building
Florida
. .I 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
ACE r..\i; & metal i'o. (Not Inc.)
at 1212 N. \V. 1st Avenue, Miami,
il tend to reglstei said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
,i" Dade County, Florida.
HARRY FATEL
.1. F. LAZARl'S
VVASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
i/T-14-21-28 6/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCFIT COFRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA -r 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, 194K. 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. LBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Heal)
iiy 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 1045 N. \V.
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 A: KAPLAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Louis Pearl
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under 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 Dade Countv, Florida.
JACK SHAFFER
ADELLE SHAFFER
Partners
HARRY DIETZ
Attorney
Congress Bldg.
4/23-30 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
Reglna'a Bakery at 1084 s. \v. 27th
le, Mlarrri, 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
I 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l.r the fictitious name of
Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers at
ill S \V 8th Street, Miami. Florida.
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 '.ol.- 'ountv, Florida.
LARRY L. WHITE and
II.' INA WHITE
rjEi iRGE CHERTK' >F
Attorney for Applicants
j 7-11-21 -28 'l
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I 'I' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
IS87.
IOSBPH SANCHEZ. Plaintiff, vs.
MARGARET SANCHEZ, Defendant.
YOU, MARGARET SANCHEZ, 651
\V, -l 179th STREET, NEW YoRK.
SEW York. ar. notified to fi'.
ippearance in th- above cause for dl-
.ope. on or before the 7th day of
Jun< A.D. 1848, or a I..... I'm i ,.n-
i :: be entered against you.
DATED; This 6th day of May,
AD 1848,
i; B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Ill lit Court S.-al)
B) M. C. OREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ
'ttornevs for Plaintiff
-. 7-14-21-28 8 4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
MOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
lerslgned, desiring to engage In
-. und.-r the fictitious name of
8MITTT S GARAGE at 228 N.W First
Court, Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
Bter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Hor-
al VOLANTS
FRANK E. SOU'MoN
Vttorney for AI Volante
7-14-21-28 __________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i, ;s::,ess ind.-r the fictitious name of
SUPREME SUPER STORES, INC..
16;; i... jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Ha
ntend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florl la.
MIRIAM LEVY
LESLIE FAIRMONT
IRYIN FAOGEN
FRANK B. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
I 30 S 7-14-21-28
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FliORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No.
118404.
GEKAI.DINE 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 for divorce, on or before
the 15th day of May, 1948.
Dated this 15th day of April, 1948.
E. B. LEATHER-MAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING,
Deputy Clerk.
SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney
827 Calumet Building
Miami, Florida
4/16-23-30 5/7
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALLEN CARPET COMPANY at 21
N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk,of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTIU1N
Sole Owner
4/16-23-30 5/7-14
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
Jack's Tackle Shop at 2-". N.E. 79th
Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JACK ROSENBAFM
LEE M. ROSHNI'.AUM.
Partners
4-16-23-30 5,7-14
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This Is to advise you that I have
not h.-en connected with the Dallas
Park Grocery, Miami. Florida, since
Mas*. 1942, and am not responsible for
any of its debts.
Rose Melinson
2400 S W. 21st Street
Miami. Florida
:, 7-11-21-2-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
SS under the fictitious name of
les Par and Package Goods at
a-' All Baba Avenue, Opa Locks,
,. intend to register said name
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD J. BROWN-
ETHEL K. BROWN
ISAAC JOFFE
ney for Applicants
, Blscayna Building
4 88-38 5,7-11-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
oF FI/OR1DA. IN AND Foil DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116*02.
GEORGE W. SUIT. Plaintiff, vs.
M\RY C. SUIT, Defendant.
YOU MARY C, SUIT, 13278th
STREET, N.W., WASHINGTON, D.
C. are notified to file your appear-
ance 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,
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court .-
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deput] Clerk.
WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWlTZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
18 Seybold Building
Miami, Florida
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
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Political Roundup
p,,p. R. B. "Burin" Gauticr,
candidate for state senator, this
week urged the United States
Senate public works committee
t0 provide for financing of the
umv engineers' plan for water
control and conservation "in
mich B manner that the state's
shaif of the plan will not prove
an oppressive burden to our citi-
zens." The letter forwarded to
Washington also was signed by
Senator D. C. Coleman and Re-
presentatives William Lantaff
and Richard Oelkers as members
0f the Florida legislature from
Dade county.
The communication pointed out
that the residents of Florida real-
ize "that it would be impossible
to have adequate and complete
water and flood control from our
present state revenues." It also
was shown that residents of the
state have expended "millions of
dollars in draining the Everglades
and in efforts to raise the water
table" and that with water con-
trol "the revenue derived from
the thousands of acres that would
be utilized would mean millions
in income taxes to the federal
government by virtue of the in-
creased productivity of the land."
Gautier in talks this week
pointed out that the best proof
that his legislative record "is a
gond n> is the fact that none
of his opponents in the first pri-
mary "attacked my record."
All-out support of Perrine
Palmer. Jr., in his campaign for
shenfi has been pledged by Ray
Mills and Kaigler Sox, who ran
races for the office in the
first primary. Both went on the
radio en behalf of Palmer, who
is campaigning on a platform to
strictly enforce all laws and rid
Dade county of the criminal ele-
ments which have moved in since
the war.
"I am in complete accord with
Mr. Palmer's law enforcement
program. It's the same as mine."
said Mills, former deputy sheriff
who has served in continuous law
enforcement work in Dade coun-
ty his entire adult life. Mills was
third to Palmer and the incum-
bent in the first primary.
"Mr. Palmer stands for the
same things I do, and he has the
necessary executive and adminis-
trative ability to set up an or-
ganization in the sheriff's office
to give Dade county the good
law enforcement it deserves,"
stated Sox, deputy sheriff from
1939 until he entered the service
in 1942.
"I admired the way both Mr.
Mills and Mr. Sox conducted
their campaigns in the first pri-
mary, and I am very happy to
have them join us in this move-
ment to clean-up Dade county,"
Palmer said in reply.
The World War II veteran and
Dade county businessman thank-
ed those who supported him. and
asked their continued help along
with those who worked for Mills
and Sox.
Sox stated that he had returned
to his job as deputy sheriff after
the war, but "the law enforce-
ment was so lax I severed con-
nections shortly afterwards. I
cotfld not reconcile conditions
with my ideals of strict and ef-
ficient law enforcement."
Expressing the belief that elec-
tion of William A. Herin as cir-
cuit judge, at the primary May
25, "would bring improvement'
to the circuit bench, Robert H.
Givens, Jr., unsuccessful candi-
date In the race in the first pri-
mary, has spoken publicly in the
interest of Herin's candidacy.
^ Givens emphasized that he was
"not presuming to tell you or
anyone else how you should vote,
but since this question has been
asked me by so many people I
feel that it is proper for me to
make known my position in the
matter.
"I intend to vote for Mr. Herin,"
he continued, "first, because 1
consider him qualified to fill this
important office and I think he
has the temperament which fits
him for service on the circuit
bench. I have been particularly
impressed by the manner in
which he has conducted himself
in the recent campaign and by
the character of the campaign
which he waged."
Both Givens and John D.
Marsh, also eliminated from the
race in the first primary, have
announced support of Herin in
the second primary, although
each stresses the point that they
do not presume to tell others how
to vote on May 25.
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PAGE EIGHT +Jemlst fkr*0ar FRIDAY, MAY 14. :~A> Aged Hone Robert Kutner* Tour Florida Auxiliary Installs Mrs. Beek • %  1 r—i s \r-%  ii-r-.^e. Beck was -I Brt Katner --: Ladies exchanged e-JC.l.i-;. K :.-. r J-7--5K ~e S'^r.iay fir i" -ir-alia-...•_-. F.-..-.i_a= .-r.:-.~Ti.es-ote bef-re Rat< ^h^ Sa-.t: It JJ at Miami %  "' %  -.-? ^j. The ftmnrr MJdred Ne.---.ff daughter : Mr : if 3*tr Namoff of :•>: S | % %  •' litAre i en readen M Rutl Miai Bernicel -;-Car.:.-.: Na.r.-.ff | -. f bone r .-. placed .-• M '----' -; "" Namofi v. a 5 H-:;. Shargaa bridesmaid and '-" : : Gerry Goldthird '' Mi S -.' ".' -'.-.-.:..Kenneti Rubir s^: Mn = .-..jr B uofe cor„ fw •• Mar %¡ • -, 5c" irer. as weE ion of Mn directors who pi Samue] Kutner o, •--" • ; •• rk Ushers included E -.est : and BiU Richmem Bar Mitzvah Art m cf !..-E Beach, ther i ^ •........ -, %  -•=%  = -. %  : .L r -. ;; A %  ..-. •-i; Bg r'. f %  ven a Personally Speaking... A oroop of 23 friends attended a linen shower May = ~ _r. honor of Miss Be:r.;ce Bcdcnes by Mrs. Jack Le-.nne Tad Mi 3essie Wernikofi in Mrs. Levine's home. Miami Beaoh" M Bed—— is me June 20 bride-elect of Ferdinand Ph. -t -tt Alex S. Cohen has returned from a combined h % %  ;-zr.z olecsure fete to Washington. D. C. En route ce r-e-**-f! -e state B'nai B'rith convention in Jacksonville. Leo Allen left for New York Sunday upon word of & death of his mother Mrs. Helen Allen of that cry. He will be oreser.t ad AM N'ationa! Conference of Social Workers in At iotr.ti: C::v before returning home. A surprise pcoty W stoged last night for Miss Paula Lad :v he: sister, Trjd:. :r. their home, 574 N.E. 94th St. : tooted the farewell celebration" for the guest of her.;: who is %  having soon to vtsit her fiance. Leon S. Rosenblum and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rosenblum. of Patterson N. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gcnnes have moved to their -=w ; 03e ad 1411 S.W. 21st terrace. FoUcwino z short visit L-. Birmingham Ala., V= v_^ e Goodman Keller of 3230 N.W. 7th St. has returned borne, Joe Cohen left for Dallas. Texas, Monday to join who has been visiting their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. E. J. Smith ar.d c newly bem granddaughter : I -* Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss left Thursday for Wi M mi Flo., to attend the graduation of their cjHxnddaugh ZCZ'DCJZ Lewis L-orr. Roili.-.s ocllege. They also pior. a week in White Springs before going to their stirr.ir Avon Lake, Ohio. ---•e: Part let :4ss •.: sperd te: home .'.'Robert Kroner %  • %  : • le at ; tun Kutnei M ami v.' S E BStfa St up:r; their re• jrsti I Gri-cing Co. in I }: %  %  man .' and relaIn th( i Mr and M Car." Susskii I .421 N Bay F B Miss Roller Reveals Troth • '"' bonor si th Xampa have been % %  : Alda Ph P Uei in an--"" incmfj bei engagemenl I A: the daught4 I : '•''.' 0;:a: P Tampa and 1232 Oiv^r. Di MiM od M -. Richman all : £ %  : .-.S V % urdi'ties Visit Burdine s NEW MODERN COMPLETE Major and Minor HOME APPLIANCE SHOPS now in their spacious new location ... on the around floor of Burdine's new West building • with entrances on Miami Avenue and S.W. 1st Street I-; A graduate I Miami Beach High icri Miss Pollei '••.' ud Belmont Juni Nashville Tenn_ a.-.r the ".".-..I M Son of Le-*is Feldman ol %  -. Pa and Miami B the prospective brio' ..-. the Marine Corps I Gve vr-a.-s atie: Bttendinfi Pennlylvania schoohi a.-.d New York preparatory school. Habonim Meeting A nwnrtnt pietani a Pa and the great men of the Hnatioo wiD be ahown r. a meeting if the H-.r/.r..~. labor Zionist ;• nth [ rganization M ev oing at Beth Da^ ... at '< %  p The vtatt %  ENJOY THE ULTIMATE IN CABANA LIVING .41 llvtiuiiiul. Luxurious WAVERLYCABANA and YACHT CLUB Limited Number of Cabanas Available for Summer Season Music by Serenade Snack Bar Facilities For Parties Tennis Faculties Concrete Cabanas Hot anil Cold Showers Double Dressing Rooms Open Daily Until 8 P. M. Masseur and Masseuse Available Modem Salt Water Swimming Pool LOCATED ON BISCAYNE ISLAND Near the Venetian Toll Bridge TELEPHONE 82-5263 We make money fee letting us build" your home : addition -and material .co n t ra ct b We .: too. ar.i :,-.-ent with .rew c! well • %  • •-.-..-.: Ne V>o large or UK make the plans We secure end get y< the loan to build or remodel We are license-f i-.c ---%  ; eontractors in Great* U have bondredi -' customers a">d will -.* glad to show vou ttie work %  i for them of kata i I of construction. We can your work today. Please us. DIAZ CONSTRUCTION CO D. DIAZ NATHAN DAVTDOW Phoim 2-04M or tt-1119



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rPTDAY. MAY 14, 1948 *Jewisti ficrld/fori PAGE SEVEN %gil Home Concert Features Chana Grossberg To help residents of the Jewish Homo for the Aged celebrate Mother's day the Miami Beach ladies auxiliary and the directors ( the home sponsored a gala conceit last Sunday afternoon. Anvuta Melicov, pianist who arranged the all-Jewish program, served as master of ceremonies and accompanied the various soloHeading the list of popular artists who offered their services was Chana Grossberg, PolishAmerican vocalist and comedian who has appeared for the home ma ny times. She rendered several sings and recitations. Marcel Chiland, French-American tenor formerly with the Opein Comedie of Paris, was also featured. He is well-known for his work with French operas and folk songs for stations WABC and WHN in New York. Ruth Brotman, lyric soprano, and Ethel Kissel, violinist, also performed, and Mania Shubow recited from Sholem Aleichem. Special Mother's day gifts were presented to the residents of the home by the ladies of the Beach auxiliary. The affair was open to the public and refreshments were served. Asisting with arrangements were Mis. Benjamin Sherry, Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mrs. Benjamin Kaplan, Mrs. Morris Sparber and Mrs. Sam Aronstein. Lincoln Road Assn. Elects D. R. Mead D. Richard Mead was elected president of the Lincoln Rd. association to succeed August Geiger. Oth-r newly elected officers include: Leonard Wien, vice presidentMil'on Sirkin, secretary and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer. The board of directors, expanded to 16 at the same meeting, is now composed of William Taradash, Otto Birn, S. J. Halperin. E. D. Keefer, Arthur Lindau, Seymour Rubin, Geiger, Jack A Albin. Sam Becker, Benjamin E. Bronston. C. L. Clements, Dr. Morris Goodman, Frank Mayer. Leo Robinson, Mark A. Smith and Milton Smith. Poinciana Arrivals Poinciana hotel recent arrivals include Mr. and Mrs. G. Mantell. M. Harrow, William Ernest, William Kozin, of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. George Handel, Forest Hills N. Y.: Henry Waldbauer, Richmond. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. John Lippy, Louisville, Ky. Deutschsman Opens Engineering Oiiice Meyer W. Dcutsehman, has announced the opening of his office for the practice of professional engineering at 141 N.E. 3rd Ave. He was formerly associated with Henry Hohauser and Associates as chief of the engineering department and supervisor of construction. A graduate of the school of technology of the College of the City of New York Deutschman has had extensive experience here in construction work. He engineered the New Northshore bank, the Concord cafeteria, the Van Cleef apartments and the 200-room oceanfront Hotel Capri, and many others. During the war Deutschman was employed in the research and design of power plants for the U.S. navy department. He is licensed in the states of New York and Florida and is a member of the National Society of professional engineers and the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. 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, Blcjq. 8, Municipal Docks ACE RUG IIJ: wins | 26 S. W. South River Drive Phone 9-1155 RUGS CLEANED, DYED and DEMOTHED Carpet Laying and Repairing FURNITURE CLEANING % %  : %  S :£ $200.00 In Cash For Hie Longest List of Logical Reasons Why DADE COUNTY SHOULD NOT HAVE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME! 1st Prli. 2nd Prlxs Ifd MM Next 6 Mm MOO 08 $ 50 $ 25 5 00 i .e. %  tit II lilt Lists Rtc.i.i Two Thutrt Tlciits £• RULES (I) >ir nek rtnti. (1) lulllM ill elirlly •! Illl|ll will Milt. (I) iy miii.t n Dili luiijr r •• % %  ••• •"•' %  %  '"* Ik! •• % %  HIN ill tlralr IIBIIIII. (I) Eilrlii Bill li ititBirkil ill IlUr II" % % % % %  • %  •i "• *"*' 1141. (I) III utrlii IMIBI iriiirir il III •• % %  I"**. %  %  (I) Il MM rl I III Hilinti #rlni will M iwirni. £ E> I (I) Til IMBlIlM Skill M III Mil )II|M. (I) Wrlli uly • %  • %  • (III it III MMI. (•) HAH TOUR limits TO IOITIIT •MMTTKI • %  o. i "• CHURCHMEN HONOR ADL EXECUTIVE CAMP CARLYLK HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA ONLY CAMP OF ITS KIND IN THE SOUTH American Jewish FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Age 5 to 16 Years ALL CULTURAL AND ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES QUALIFIED COLLEGE TEACHERS Mike Levine. University of Miami Physical Education Instructor, Program Director ENROLL NOW FOR COMING SUMMER CONTACT OWNERS BOB OR JEAN ARNOLD MORRIS SIEGEL, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR 1438 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-2988 Resident Physician in Attendance WASHIN<;TON, l>. :.—In n-.oKi.uion of "his rutiii iliiiilnii lo the advunri* 11ii'i'I of I lin-ti.iii nli ,iL and lirollii'rliood," the Fellowship of Soutlirrn Churchmen hurt rho-in an outstanding Southern Jewinh leader an the reeipient of ii-. Annual Merit Citation. Alexander I-. Miller of Atlanta, \',a.. Southern Director of the Aiiti-Uefamu. tion Leat-ue of B'nai K'ritli, Jewish service organization, received the award at u Fellowship dinner here. Mi-Nelle Morton of Chapel Hill, N. C, executive secretary ofjhc Kcllowidiip, ninth* tlie presentation. The Fellowship of Southern Churchmen inrinliri.|ii|i is made up of representatives from ulnm-l every religioue denomination in the Soulh Kev. Howard Kesler of Si. Helena I-la ml, S. C is chairman of ihe Hoard. WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM FLOORS • Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile • Broadielt • Linoleum SUPERIOR FLOOR CO. 220 N.E. 14th St. Miami PHONE 82-4042 AUTO LOCK AND HARDWARE SPEEDOMETER SERVICE SUPPLIES — SERVICE WINDSHIELD WIPER SERVICE (Plenty of parking in rear) 1304 N. E. 2nd AVE. Phone 9-3144 ttlial II, Fit. 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ihdlie\wiislbJEIIiDipidliigun Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^^21^-NUMBER 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA, MAY 14, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS EWRY AWAITS STATE British 25-year Rule Ends at Midnight Jewish Forces Alerted For Invasion Iprovisional Government Defies UN Mission Establishment Of States Rests On Youth JERUSALEM—Despite determination of the Jewish people to proclaim a Jewish State upon British withdrawal the United Nations mission to Palestine prepared Thursday to establish an emergency regime for the Holy Land. A Jewish government prepared to proclaim the state's inI dependence at 12:01 a.m. Saturday (5:01 p.m. Miami time Friday). The Jewish Haganah militia put its entire forces on a general invasion alert I Wednesday and closed the Lebanese, Syrian, Trans-Jordan and Egyptian frontiers to civilian traffic. Pablo Azcarate, the UN mission's chief, announced that a UN secretariat headed by himself will take over emergency powers in I Palestine Saturday. The Jewish provisional government in Tel Aviv, headed by David Ben Gurion, announced a final decision to declare existence of a sovereign Jewish state in the Holy Land at the moment the British lay down their rule. "The I front is in Palestine. It is here our fate will be decided," he stated. A committee of five men, headed by Moshe Shertok, scheduled to be f/oreign minister of the new state, was appointed to draft the historic declara(tion. Another major development yesterday was the surrender of the all-Arab | city oi Jaffa, which adjoins Tel Aviv. Haganah, the Jewish militia, had planned military occupation of the I town, but the Arabs' Jaffa emergency committee avoided bloodshed by accepting all Jewish terms. JERUSALEM, (JTA)—This week-end "our generation will see the realization of the centuries-old dream of independence," Jewish Agency chairman David Ben Gurion told a mass meeting in Tel Aviv at which the first Jewish national loan drive was inaugurated this week. Ben Gurion said that he "believed" that a Jewish state will be established on May 16 and that the very establishment of that state rested on the military achievements of the Jewish youth. Asserting that "we must overcome political intrigues from abroad," the Agency leader declared that the powerful western nations which had been pro-partition and later switched, have been forced to admit the fact that partition exists "owing to the firmest stand of our indomitable youth." He warned of the danger of an invasion and called upon the Jewish community to make a supreme effort at this time. He also revealed that the military budget for this month alone was in excess of SI2,000,000. Although peace reigns in Jerusalem where a cease-fire agreement has been in effect since the week-end, a sharp battle developed on the road between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Five Jews were killed and many injured when a Haganah force came under Arab attack while attempting to demolish a 600-foot long roadblock near Bab el Wad. The Jews this week gained virtual control of Upper Galilee following the retreat of armed Arabs fro mTiberias and surrounding Arab villages. Sejera, strongpoirit west of Tiberias, was among the occupied villages. Most of the major roaming Arab bands in the district have been beaten off or subdued, (Continued on Page 4) Zionists To Meet En Masse Here A mass meeting has been called by I. R. Goodman, chairman of the Zionist Emergency council which comprises all the Zionist organizations in this area. It is to be held Saturday evening at 8:30 p.m. in Flamingo park, or at the same time in Miami Beach High school auditorium in the event of inclement weather. Purpose of the meeting, according to Goodman, is to celebrate "a historical night for Israel." Notice of the meeting followed •he issuance of letters bv the council to the citizens of Greater Miami urging them to write or wire immediately to President Harry Truman protesting the stand of the government as reSards partition. The letter explained that word had been received from the national office of the American Zionist Emergency Council that ,n e U.S. State department was resorting to the utmost pressure t0 avoid the inception of the Jewish State on May 16—and to endanger the Jewish military situation." Miamians were instructed IP Point out in their letters that We favor cessation of fire in all f Palestine but are opposed to this being done under a false truce which would penalize us Politically and militarily;" and tnat "the Jews should not be asked to postpone the proclama


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PAGE TWELVE +Jenist> rtcrkllar FRIDAY, MAY 14. Goodman Heads Reorganized Zionist Council At a reorganization meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone. 2050 N\ Bay Road. Miami Beach. I. R. Goodman was elected to head the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council. Goodman, resident attorney of St. Louis, is a member of the National Executive Committee of the Zionist Organization of America. In St. Louis, he headed the St. Louis Zionist E !" -gency Council for a period of five years and the Zionist Organization there for a period of four years. Since 1942. he has been chairman of the delegation from St. Louis and Southern Illinois to the American Jewish Conference and was vice president of the Jewish Community Relations Council for St. Louis. Among Goodman's best known < •:': rts ihc-re was his work in bringing about •'Rabbinical Edict" for membership in the Zionist movement issued by orthodox and conservative rabbis in St. Louis. This achievement was considered revolutionary in Judaism and Zionism, providing editorial comment in the Jewish press throughout the country Other officers elected to serve the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council are as follows: vice chairmen. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Abraham Goodman. Harry Simonhoff, S. Ashkenazy. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Abraham Goodman; secretary. Mrs. Lillian Mamlet: treasurer. Dr. David S. Andron. The council is constituted of delegations from all branches of the Zionist movement in this area and includes also a delegation from the community • :rge. I. R. Goodman Gables Center Elects Glickstein Dr. Leonard Glickstein was elected president of the Coral Gables Jewish Center at their neeting this month in the Hillel house. Other officers include: Sam Schulefand. vice president: E. A. Miller, treasurer; Mr?. Sam Lieberman, recording secretary: Mrs. A. W. Harris, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Al Levick. financial secretary. Those elected to the board of directors are: Morton Biegel. Herbert Blume. Alex Cohen. Mrs. Maurice Corenblum. Irving Gerstenfeld, Leon Honig. Mrs. L. Kussner, Mrs. E. A. Miller. Lee Platt. Mrs. Sidney Richman. Herman Rubin. Sam Silver. Oscar Sindell and Murray Weyner. The Cora! Gables Jewish Center meets the first Sunday of each month at 8:15 p.m.. at Hillel h ,use. 3306 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Originally formed to meet the social, cultural and religious needs of the Coral Gables Jewish Community, it already maintains a Sunday school approved by the Bureau of Jewish Education which meets every Sunday morning at Hillel house. The public is invited to attend meetings. AWAY FROM HIGH IENTM DIAL 2-2718 FOR INFORMATION Flft ^ualit? %  notarial*. Oculists' proscriptions I i 1 1 • d. Broken Unsas and btram duplicated. (Oar own laboratory.) Complete satisfaction guaranteed. fiysL Optical Dlspen*ry •IT Ha AMrien •• %  aMs. Ill I. I. let Aei. (• !*• H %  %  •) Dixie Co. Opens New Showrooms Northern business c r. • considering entering the rapidly _:. iwing Miami market, as illustrated in a recent survey published by the City of Miami Publicity department, might study the "Success Stury" of Miami's oldest and the South's larg^ dependent home owned Auto Service Company. Dixie Tire Co. Started in 1924. before the socalled Florida boom as one small servici .. th:s business has steadily kept pace with Miami's industrial growth and today operates 5 super-station.serving this area. G E. Moseley, president, pioneer Miamian and co-fcunder. not only used his business genius to help build a Miami industry, but served in the Navy during the bombardment of V. i Cruz and in both World War I and World War II. Charles H. Fjrbes. vice pn S and gen. rngr., with the firm for 17 years, attributes Dixie's steady growth to the combined efforts of department managers and employees, with a total record of over 200 years in service. Mrs. F. Van Koevering. treasurer. 16 years: T. W. Godbold. credit mgr.. 16 years: Frank Lytle. brake and I wheel department. 19 years; W. J. Mills. Miami Beach station, 14 years; N. C. Medlin. purchasing I agent. 13 years: J. M. Bates. Mi|ami Beach, 10 years: J. M. Ha,good. 4 years, and others. With a personnel of over 100 %  employees, this is one of the few concerns having a pension trust fund in addition to group insurance and vacations with pay. For many years distributors of FOR BETTER FUR STORAGE LET PINTO Care for your precious furs and woolens in their modern certified Cold Storage Vaults Phone For Bonded Messenger 5-7066 or 78-4736 Complete Fur Service Tobv Cooper Heads Slate Of Junior lladass.-ili Miss Toby Cooper was elected president of the Miami Beach f Junior Hadassah at thenlast meeting in the Miami Beach YM & WHA. Mrs. Doris Pardo. out-going lent who has been named president, will install Cooper nnd other officers at an installation banquet and dance Saturday. May 22. at the Raleigh hotel. Miami Beach. Omer officers chosen to serve inoude vice presidents. MiM nee Hildebrandt (organizaMiss Sel.-r.a Lewis (Young Judaea). Miss Beverly Raphael membership', and Miss Roslyn Worth (fund-raising): treasurer. Miss Freida Ankus: financial secMarion Berman; recording sec. Miss Phyllis Wilpon: corresponding sec". Miss Roslyn Elbaum: social sec. Miss Lillian Arjnson. Reservations for dinner may be made by calling Miss Roslyn '. :,. reservations chairman, at 5-2676. or Miss Lucille Yagoda. 5-5032. Also assisting with arrangements for the affair are M Natalie Samuels, in charge of the ad bulletin: Miss Beverly Raphael, program: Miss Frieda Ankus. tickets: and Miss Trudi .. publicity. Celebration At Workmen's Circle Workmen's Circle branch 699 and the Women's club will hold a three-fold celebration this Sunday in the torm of a banquet to take place at 6 p.m. in the WC lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. Besides marking the second anniversary of both groups and the first anniversary of the lyceum. the occasion marks the initiation of the one hundreth member. A musical program has been prepared for entertainment. Reservations may still be made by calling Mrs. Morris Jacobs. 3-2657: Mrs. J. H. Siegel. 2-3474; 1948 Mrs. Morris Braunstein, &M^. or Mrs. Simon Schneider, 4.4790' Charge is $2.50 per plate. Zionist Youth To Rally A Zionist youth ral.y has been called for Sunday night at th Miami Beach Jewish Community Center beginning 8:30 p. m ^ celebrate "the Birth of a \ a tion." .Harold Shapiro is geriLra: chairman. Representatives of the group will appear over the j acob Shachter's Jewish Musical hour this weekend both Friday at a.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m evestation WBAY. American Oil Co. products. Amoco gas. Seiberling tires. Wil; lard batteries and Veedol oil. this ; company entered the home appliance field and offers Philco. 1 Norge. Clarion radios and many ither nationally advertised products for the home. The opening of new showrooms on May 14 at 101 S.W. 1st St. will highlight their 24 years of service to Greater Miamians jand during the celebration many 'old customers, friends and employees will meet again to discuss the subiect "Remember Miami When?" MY SINCERE THANKS To all my good friends for the fine support given me in the first primary campaign. I know I can count on all of you to help in the second primary and to interest your friends. Gratefully. JUDGE ROSS WILLIAMS for CIRCUIT .11 IN. I Paid Political Adv. YOURE PAYING FOR IT-DO YOU APPROVE IT? Should state employees be forced by the Caldwell Political Combine to leave thei r jobs while being paid by the State —to ride over Flor ida roads in tax-purchased automobiles and using tax-purchased gasol ine wearing out tax-purchased tires ... eating and entertaini ng with your tax money in order to perpetuate the Caldwell Political Combine? 1642 EUCLID AVE. MIAMI BEACH Storage Vaults at 1161 N. W. 36th St.. Miami OPEN (t* AROUND FULLER WARREN Will Answer This Question TONIGHT 8:00 Hear Him Over These Stations WQAM WWPG



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MAY 14, 1948 FRIDAY. jJJwnlWYPost Honors Veterans Interred In Miami ., .„ in or all Jewish war vetpnns who came to their final ,.'.,.„.. place here, the honor „ a rd of Norman Bruce Brown oost No. 174 of the Jewish War f.;.,,., ns will conduct special Memorial day morning, Kay 30, at the various local cemeteries A meeting of the honor | nurd has been called for Mon| L8-15 pm. in the Miami YM r\vilA to make final arrangeTentative plans released by Edward Levine, publicity chairman, cal l for the guard's appearance • Ml Nebo cemetery at 9 a.m.; land at 10 a.m.; and Woodlawn. 11 a.m. Parents of the deceased veterans and the general public have been invited to attend any one or all of the scheduled services. A tent for spectators will be provided in case of inclement weather. Blessings will be made by Joe chaplain of the honor guard, after which a flag and a jv/V standard is to be placed upon each veteran's grave. Complete military ceremony will include taps as well as the traditional three volleys of shots from the firing squad. Kennj Braidman is commander of the guard; Jack Silver, vice cmdr.; Levine, quartermaster; Sidney Hum. treasurer; Krissel, chaplain; and Hy Morris, adjutant. +Jeni*ti Fhridfon PAGE ELEVEN Everglades Club Schedules Boat Ride Workmen's Circle Everglades Club of Miami will hold its regular business meeting on Tues,.',ii p.m. at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 1545 S.W. 3rd St. May event of the club is to be a boat ride on the Seminole Queen, scheduled for Memorial day night, May 30. Tickets are now on sale by all members. Reservations can be made by calling Mrs. Harry Schuldiner, 2-1636. %  loth Miolom Begins llrive For New Members "Mobilize in May for Member! ship" is the slogan of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach this month, according to an announcement by Sam Lachman, Temple president. "Temple Beth Shclom is con-] centrating this month on adding 100 new members to its memberj ship rolls and every member and friend of the Temple is earnestly urged to cooperate," Lachman declared. "The Temple's main source of income is its membership dues, thus making it possiI ble to eliminate fund-raising appeals from its services. Temple Beth Sholom, aside from its program of religious worship, conducts a very active religious school, with an enrollment of some 300 pupils and a varied program of religious, cultural and social activities through its Sisterhood, Men's Club and program committee. "It operates on a family membership plan," he added, "that is, dues include High Holy Day seats and free religious school education, as well as other privileges and activities. The Temple is planning to install air-conditioning in the near future and to still further enlarge its religious school activities next year. For these and many other reasons, it is imperative that we add at least 100 new members this month," Lachman concluded. Leon J. Ell has been made chairman of the Temple's Membership committee with Jack Lawson, as co-chairman. Sholom installation At Martinique Hotel **Vg. Louis J, Krenskv, 4955 Delaware Ave., Miami Beach, newly elected president of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom, will be formally installed at the Sisterhood installation luncheon to be held Wednesday. May 19. at 1 p.m. in the Martinique hotel. The installation, which will take the form of an operetta.! en by Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the temple. will be conducted by Rabbi Kronish and Cantor Samuel Kelemer, the temple's cantor. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Ah xander K honorary president; Mrs. Bi Nelson. Mrs. William Fanand Mrs. Abe Blatt, vice presidents: Mrs. Arthur England, recording secretary; Mrs. Benjamin Seidler. corresponding secretary: Mrs. Bert Whitman, financial secretary and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg. treasurer. Mrs. Fair is chairman of the installation luncheon and Mrs. Irving Rothman, reservations chairman. Reservations for the luncheon can be obtained through the Temple Both Sholom office Emergency League Rally Held Monday Professor Mark Waldman, chairman of the American League For a Free Palestine, called an emergency rally Monday eveing in the main auditorium Miami Beach Y, 1536 Bay Road. "We are facing a terrible crisis which has no parallel in the annals of history. We must rally to the support of the Hebrew fighting forces in Palestine if mankind is to live in peace and human dignity/' Waldman declared. Abe Aronovitz, prominent Miami attorney, delivered the feature address of the evening. A late report from the Hebrew fighting forces in Palestine was also given. 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PAGE TEN *>Mistrkridiari Miami V* Camp Committee* Plans Summer Program YK rD ...-. ed that UM I Kb annal H Ca~ D of the Miami V D Monday June 28. a: '.• ntinue for a per. weeks The pi pan r *rill in%  cra:'t-Datu preciati .-.. singing I '..--. iar ni A feat:' I thai oducted aftern An i of c unsel' .-. id Chuck n ithleti lireel :amp C unsell rs will a training : arse prior tc I ns in rient tli gram. As in previ v ill have I i ol the iintj Health I>e?tment ... visitations 1 ealth :' Y v. ;; nine the ihildren before enFor fur" University Plans Graduation Week A seres if prog] nnecl with K rr.r -. %  I v.... ::" a by Dr William ? There are 4:.for gradt.. t 29 Activities thu prise a rectr:. n I : al Country :lu pm.. 28; Em alumni lini I by an ad '.V i WIOE :. in the Beaum at Mi -.all; bac B-.p::.-t Chur ch, 11 am V IJ I tnmenci ".' S .n:or H;g.. : 4 30 p rr. May 30. and tea at the U 31. rent address be given by Dr. J. Hilus I the UniVl .. %  ; % %  Mctor of religious edat the university and lent :i Mt Union er the invoca:-. T.-.: ::-. r.-. i:.:: r\ will be d ::;•• the Re v. George L Surney. chaplain to Episcopal at the university and gi ..: the Church of :-" Miami Springs. Need Help in a Hurry?—Call A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE White end Colored Help Phonee 9-5317 — 9-6727 51 N. E. 5th Street AL MEIDENBERG, Owner FRIDAY, MAY 14. l aja SOLAR WATER SERVICE REPAIRS AND CALL 4-7485 BOOSTERS EON S. COLEMAN fl Iff FOR EVERY ULAJJ PURPOSE STORE FRONT — PLATE and WINDOW GLASS Furniture Tops. Bereled Mirrors and Resilrering Our Specialty L. & G. Glass and Mirror Works 136 S.W. 8lh St PHONE 3-4834 MORRIS ORLIS LOUIS GERBER ntact the i :.:. Y. Academy Begins 2nd Registration Hi brew Academy, nly y at -<• lu .". r.... :':'r..-..: • : pi liar education in con.:. tion %  %  Hebrew training mences iU enrollmi ni %  m rning, May 1". L it 918 6th Si ni : '• %  ffei n Ave i, • academy will laun .-. its second year September 7. Academy facilities include large airy 400-seat audi.•.h a completely equipped stagi tfdoor playground, lini and and fully ol has a fleet I nd Miami B F Septembei enrollment, the ::•• lasses for chil•.. 2nd. 3rd. 4th and .tool, as ....:: jups from 4 ; Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslcy 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 DP Relatives Sought By Russian Jews Union Ir.c. r. minus addi— I r %  sages have been rece."Europe Fu tin inl I n directed to the Union .:' R Zi-xs. Inc., 55 West 42n room 952. New York 18. N. Y, he M. Z I • : .-. it—( I %  Kopyi t it %  _• _• %  %  .• K I • %  Alt" Te*hl< —' • • :. t l* I K '. !>•'' %  ,f hi* ,• %  -. %  A KUDI Leli of Alter Bta L'man — fr^.m her com Kevit>a, laugl ter %  f .lark'-: Mannheimer Seniors Honored at Dance h -red as leaders ating lass Irwin M nnheimer nnual in honor :f the S iturday ... 7-, foil ig gra luating ?enDuklei Janet K = ::' .; .. Frances BattiD:nes. Catherine R pi • Patricia Livorsi, and L irarded to the ng -•. • F rensic Battipaglia, school Collegeman. Ac I cai nival fesl r t % % r r r r i % % ATTEXTIOX MT. XEBO LOT OWMUs IJ a veteran ol World Wars or II or oi the SpanishAmerican war is interred in your property, please notify our office at once so that we may properly decorate that grave for the Memorial Day services to be conducted by the Jewish War Veterans on Sunday, May 30, 1948. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 OJI< ***SRfIl -H £S*i ir'thc BEST* % % % %  eMaameBBaB Cry REMOVAL SALE Flora R. Hlckey CORSETIERE and DESIGNER 104 S.E. First Street Miami. FlaPhone 3-1882 GREAT BUY! $27,000 7 Units for Give Away Price Near Synagogue Income Nearly $4,000 a year Without Taking Advantage of Ar.v Increase in Price Exclusive With RUSSELL REALTY 407 Con -Idg. Phor.es82-7638 — 4S-7760 Qialitij, Jood Proauct* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenua Phone 2-fiii' For 18 years a practicing attorney in Miami — six years associated with one of our present Justices of the Peace. Exponent of fair administration of justice to all. A DIXIE HERLONG CHASTAIN •Justice of the Peace ltistrict One ABLE—UNDERSTANDING—EXPERIENCED Paid Political Adt. %  ami Rugs & Upholstery CLEANED, MOTHPROOFED, MILDEW-PROOFED and DEODORIZED all in one operation, right in your home, office, dob, hotel. The Like New Co. 1741 W. FLAGLER PH. 48-6791 Ask for KOSHER ZION Products at your mn TOUBY PAINTING CORP. Essen Construction Co. 2236 N.W. Miami Court Commercial and Residential Construction LICENSED AND INSURED Guaranteed Work Phone 3-6924 Local Delicatessen This label insures your health. U. S. Government inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami • Weiners • Corned Beef • Pastrami [f you are in need of Kosher Zion Products Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Estimate* Cheerfully Gioen Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 MIAMI M, rLOIZDA



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HHDAY. MAY 14, 1948 +Jewlsti fhrldlan PAGE NINE Gerald Karp* Kosicto In Miami A wedding trip to St. Augustine and Daytona Beach followed the marriage of Miss Lea Aronoff and Julius Gerald Karp who now reside at 1144 S.W. 27th Ave. Their double ring ceremony the afternoon of April 18 which took place in the Floridian hotel, Miami Beach, was immediately folk wed by a reception for wedding guests. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. The bride, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Aronoff of 1342 S.W. 4th St., was attended by Mrs. Edward Axlrod, matron of honor. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. B. A. Sterling, kept the guest bo6k. Murray Zohn served as best man for the groom. Mrs. Karp attended Miami Senicr High school and Webber College, Babson Park, Florida. The bridegroom, son of Mrs Rose Karp of Miami, also attended Miami Senior High. He served in ihe Army Signal Corps and spent 3Vi years overseas. I Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Install Mrs. Jacobson A luncheon honoring graduating seniors of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and the newly elected alumni ofticers was held Saturday afternoon at the Towers hotel". Mrs. Leonard Jacobson was installed as dean of the alumni immediately following the luncheon. Mrs. Sidney Lewis is the subdean; Mrs. Julian Newbauer. scribe; Mrs. David Rifas. treasurer: and Miss Norman Weatherhern registrar. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson Error In the personally speaking column of the Floridian last week, an error was made in naming the home town of a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein of Miami Beach. Mrs. Isidor Blum, the visitor, is from Meridian, Miss. She is the sister of Rosenstein and also of Max Rosenstein of Miami Beach. DINE FAMILY STYLE Where the Food and Atmosphere Is Really Different u rumptunui Sizzling Bteaks, that melt In your mouth—fiin-n"•' %  fhlcken "out of this world"—Superb RoastsNew (England Dinners. I'nforgettable Norwegian Bmorgasbord "help yourself" } Drive straight off Boulevard onto N. E. Six St.ition; continue thru Miami Shores, Biscayne


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H9H| PAGE SI +Jgmt$k fhrkMsr FRIDAY, MAI lourih Annual Folk ( horus Concert Snnday p^: Sweater '' -•' %  fourth annual con1 I A :. ^ '&**" = .-:. • the rat r BJut : the the :' the tine and including "'% %  "tori Y L :.-: %  %  : T i :-:..I o r RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY OBTHODCX B*i£ Jaccb. SI".311 Washington IT*. MU=i Beacb. Rabbi MOM* Meacba^if. Caciw Louis D. Fader. 1 • • • ••%  \ • ConyresafcoE Betb T£j ib. 935 Euclid eve Miami Baacb. Rabbi Jcaepb Z. Racioky. • %  %  %  %  %  • %  • i -. ;---. Beth David P-TA '%  : • •_ • • .%  I Mn S W % %  ::. Ct •. %  .-. I :' il R ... Ben Was II and jrei We Carry a Full Line ol Strictly Fresh NORTHERN LAZE FISH YELLOW PIKE—WHITE FISH—BUFFALO AND CARP Lake Trout. Smelts when in season. Also all Southern Fish We Urind Your I ish Free You Are Cordially Invited to Visit and Sea This New Sanilary Market Miarr.i Heore* Scbool and Congregerion. 1101 S.W. are. Rabbi Simon April %  %  %  : IS ? %  %  Of til .'. %  • ; %  Miami Jewish Ortbodcx Gamgregahon. 590 S.W. 17ih are Rabbi Murray Grauer. • : it J 4 .". CONSERVATIVE Congregation Beth David. 135 N.W. Third ave. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. %  %  Wltsval • f Mi Mn. .-•-H %  Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid are.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irring Lehrman Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. .'...%  : Mr* .--;. %  f--r:. /a %  to LIBERAL ~e=? e Beth Sbolom, 4144 Cbase are. Miami Beach. Rabbi Lees Krcsiki: Cantor Samuel Keiemar. %  • • %  :%  :: Mn H i %  ::• and -iLn Bernard %  ._n Vi-: Mn Mr. iri %  %  %  %  ... REFORM Jewish CommunitTemple IsraeL 137 HX. ISth rt. *** 1***++* lUbbi Colman A. Zwiimnn; Dr. Max K.uimx. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emerifu*. Zw.tn • i Wrth lay Tfc ; Jo!:c ii ( febbatb morning •ervleai atli 147 N.W. 5th St. Miami PHONE 82-4202 127 N. E 1st Ave.. Miami Commercial Arcade WOOLENS — RUGS I'* I K "Refrigerated" STORAGE Vaults Fully Insured .<•.#• Per Year A Ganr.ent IN AND OUT SERVICE FREE PICKUP SERVICE METRO FURS, INC. In Miami. Phone 9-7720 REPAIRING CLEANING REMODELING ELECT C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS "He Will Serve You Well"" C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS CONSTABLE TM'RD DISTRICT Y;„Fneraiy and Courteouk Representative Yeari Eipe-ience at a Law Enforcement Office-. "8 Yeart in Daae County MIAMI'S OLDEST FURNITURE MOVERS i WANTED LOAD OR PART LOAD TO AND FROM NEW YORK OR VICINITY ALSO THE MIDDLE WEST AND CALIFORNIA LONG DISTANCE DOOR-TO-DOOR Transit Insurance Available On All Shipments WITHERS VAN LINES 100C N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2667 ELECT GRANT STOCKDALE Grant STOCKDALE YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Listen WQAM 7:15 A.M. Saturday Pkid Political Adv. %  • a. Temple Emanu-EL 1S01 S. An drew* ave. Fort Lauderdale. : m I Satar-Jar nlc a: REMOVAL SALE *.-•.•*• STO|UeS More ,1E First Line Tires REDUCED 1600 x 16 NOW List $16.95 SI 0.95 650 x 16 List $20.55 m (plus tax) >15 9 5 (plus tax) FOR ONE WEEK—STARTING FRIDAY, MAY 14 faefom CREDIT PAY ONLY $2.00 DOWN—$1.25 PER WEEK S CONVENIENT NEIGHBORHOOD STATIONS Turn BEI 'mwi • MS nm JIB" 101 S W FIRST STREET U4IW W 5327 M MIAMI AVL 8538 N.W. J7lh AVt



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PAGE sa -Jenist fkrHiir HUDAY. MAY SOS Drive Ends May 21 A i ; Fall :: i Bead E •. : %  :-. u %  %  j %  I.. %  E i •:: F %  H :-:.. : E za %  ': A 1 Temporary Clinic Is First Step To Aid Cerebral Palsey Sufferers M; j ^rnna^nsii^ -::: % % %  :.:..: % % %  •peek by 8M Cerebra ?;. = -.ossociarioa iac in %  poea c:c-j -•-.-e-c :y "A"—te 7e=ple Methocb* dnd of Mknni (fadei •_-. %  charge — Mrs 7. ie Scbacimc physio-lheiapM the z'-z-z •-_ r.v? rr~iT md Than %  The Jewish Floridian does not Touch for the Kashrus of oi its advertisers. =E 7 1 trtled "I ereSTRAND RESTAURANT OUT Policy: To Serre the Best Food Money Can Buy Open Daily — 5 PM. to 2 A.M. Air Cfeadttoasd Washington Are. at 13th Street Miami Beach % % %  %  rith : r—r • I "--" %  • -, : %  :. .-. Gables B'nai B'rith Emanuel Stadlan Returns For Duty In Japan %  • :.: %  at %  '. %  Z ': it} %  %  He: ... ... -. Women To Meet %  nonXi 15 pj al S Poi '-. %  a Blvd a I ._ %  -.-.. %  '. in the B'nai • I eai L t cf a Prop] : Cn • %  f :he growth of Pal rved •: %  luncheon for June t Q 1 It %  mpetu foi %  THE BELVEDERE HOTEL 843 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach Phone 5-1105 'STRICTLY KOSHER' WOVS CHINESE KITCHEN CHOW MEIN ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT 643 Washington Ave.. Miami Bee:; AUTO PAINTING id i


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FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1948 *JeistFk>riidliari I'll Say... By HARRY SIMONHOFF *YankH D. Roosevelt and the \ the smartest Nazis about genera] u -,.s—As time marches on the public attitudes outside of Gerdature "f our war P resident manyloom ever higher. seems to has been the He canonized not only by Democrats and the English bv the communists and With the indifference of the world to Nazi savagry, the Jewish conditions steadily deteriorated. In 1938 the boy Hershell retary of State, had a complete;afternoons from 3:30 to 4:30 unclass that meets on Tuesdays at file on it. He showed it to Dr \ Stephen S. Wise, who gave it na-| der the able leadersh 'P of Hy|3:30 under the direction of EuFried, and a children's puppetry I gene Yulish. travellers. Unques-1 Greenspan shot a petty German but even ,he "Jv hewaVa great president I official. This was the Nazi ;,|the greatest. But what; cuse for a full scale pogrom. It ""it be his place in Jewish his| became apparent that the Jews Yes the greatest conquer> Germany were doomed. Mr. Roosevelt called a conference at Evian to discuss the problem of turbulent I tne refugees (as Jews were called torv-7 rgHcaesar, Alexander, Napoleon loccupv niches in the Jewish With the 'venis'of the past "generation re-! jn those days). Everyone knows ceding, we are getting in better perspective to appraise the man and his deeds. Roosevelt and Hitler came to power at the same time; both died taring the same year. The Nazi persecutions began cautiously at f irst and ended after six million j eWg were murdered—the most ghastlv tragedy of recorded time. Through it all, our President stood out the most influential public figure in the world. What did he do to stop this holocaust ,,f blood? How did he earn his reputation as the great friend of the Jews? A poet once said, "What might have been are the saddest words in the English language." Yet we can't help speculating as to what would have happened had Franklin Roosevelt come out with strong words when the Nazi atrocities First began. He had ample precedent. Rutherford B. Hayes and Theodore Roosevelt protested to the czar against the m pogroms. But our humane President maintained a silence' that was ominous. Remember, at the outset, the Austrian .,int


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PAGE TWO *Jeist fhrkfton FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1948 B'nai B'rith Plans Carnival Final plans are being —.ade for the mammoth spring benefit carnival sponsored by the B'na: presenting 26 E'r.i. B'rith organization! :n the area. Scheduled to run from 2 p.m. Sunday. May 23, until '-. the affair :s designed to be one of the largest : •:.-.. r.i ever attempted by B'rith groups in this area. : :s reveal. Jules Channing, general chair •' the camiv ea that I 50c per person may -tamed from any B'na: B'rith member. Miami Girl In Palestine With Chalutziat Group Miss S Stadia.-., daughter of Mr indM Z 31 Dg to a %  i recently by he: ; one of the group of 75 Chalutzim ".".a: made the ...-. taking %  N .: I i year arid A ; te of high .•I in .x>! ii. M 51 ilan n • nth Seminary. active mm and for the J -.;.-. ir. Miss and Mr. YMHA To Be Crowned May 22 Three B'na: B'r:::-. ;.::.groups 'and two AZA chapters are en'tered in the nteal to select YMHA u.. %  : Mr YMHA" at their third annual dance to be held Saturday. 8 p rr. May 22. at 8 p rr.. at the new YMHA. ,450 S.W. 10th Ave. Nominated for "Miss Y" ;r. 'Harr:et F:.dler of BZB char Leih Rosenberg :'. ALS. and Pr..::.s Rotenberg of DBG chapter. W;:::arr. Karp of AZA 322. and Donald Reisman of S:gma : Rho chapter are c:.: in n. Proceed:': m YMHA for youth work. Tickets at 25c per person may be secured at the door. Hebrew School Plans Picnic, Rummage Sale Miami Hi %  Isaac Levin Lodge Civil Liberties Forum A forum n ? Trun n f p %  :Civil L.I • bill | '• red by Isaac Lrv:r. B'.-iu: B'rith Tr.u.-sday. 8:15 p .-.-.. b\ Temple I-: Part:c:pa:ing in the I Sheiner '•'. uni atl i tnd Sarr. Kanner. it Taste Will Convince You. Too HOROWITZ MARGARETEN Kosktr Caintd CkickM Fricassee it tecs a duality. Mtstaetiti %  flaw. Yes, aM the Horowitz-Margareten Kosher Canned Chicken Products are zestfully seasoned the rich-tasting, traditional, home-style Jewish way. Economical, too... save work, time, money! PREPARED UNDER STRICT ORTHODOX RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami. Florida Phone 2-7405 meeting Wedi 3t 8:30 pjn. in the building to make final argementa I i the picnic of the Hebrew and Sunday school children t take place all day Sun-' day. May 23. at Matheson HamRalph Bargl .. is general chairman for the asi n Mrs Dave K t -r. :-:%  %  of rel ind Mrs. Herbert Feldan and Mrs. Max Jac prizes. Assisting tii a ~ :: %  misting I Mr. and Mrs Davi I Mi and Mrs Pete G:&zWilliam Weinl Sarr. K tofl Hj Abram witz, Mrs Albert S Mrs. Ralph April. Plan e made for egation posed rummage Max Jacobsman. Although no :e date has been set. memind '-ids are asked to ring their rummage into the bu:ld.ng whenever possible. Gladys Tepper Sets .luii' Date Mr and Mrs. David Tepper. 1221 CoLins Ave.. Miami Beach, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Gladys, to Herbert Si'-zrr.an of New York City. The wedding ceremony is to take j ciace June 20 :n Newark. N J .. wed by reception and dinner in the Waldorf-Astoria. N Y. C '.:-Anita Kessler of Miami Beach will be maid of honor. Topper attended the University of Miami where she majored in business admin stratum and was active with Hillel work and the psychology club. She is a charter member of MiBeach Junior Hadassah and served as recording secretary Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salzman of New York City, the prospective bridegroom is a uate of New Y irk University. He received h:s Ph G. degree from Columbia Following a honeymoon in da the couple will make the:: home in New York. Sholem Luncheon Club Hears Sheriff Sullivan A H part of its civic affairs program to inform B'nai B'rith members of the qualifications of candidates in the current election. Sholem lodge will hear a talk by James Sullivan, candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff, today at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown Club, Seybold arcade. The group was addressed by Perrine Palmer. Jr., at their previous luncheon on May 7 at which time Palmer discussed the relationship of the sheriffs off:~ *o the community. Newly appointed iuncheon SPECIAL RATES FOR JUNE The Horowitz Kosher Inn 331 First Are. W. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. NEWLY RENOVATED HIGH ELEVATION DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED STRICTLY KOSHER CUISINE Under Supervision of MR. AND MRS. D. HANDEL. Prop. OLR WINTER RESORT HOTEL BOSTON 310 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. DR. SHMID'S CLINIC Asthma. Smus. Bronchitis. Hay Fever. Counh. Heart Conditions. Latest Treatment in OXYGEN-PENICILLIN MIST %  454 N.W. 36th ST. 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PAGE FOUR *Mm1stntrkJt9n FRIDAY. MAY l 4 i 948 EDITORIAL Uncertainty to the reception the proclamation of a Jewish State will receive has the Jewish people the world over eagerly following hourly developments in Palestine, at the United Nations and with the' various governments. Mass meetings have been called. Saturday evening Flamingo Park will be the locale to hear the latest news. Programs have been arranged to celebrate the birth of the Jewish State and a salute to the Jewish army in Palestine. The critical moment has arrived, great courage and stctesLaml For The Settlers Out of the soii of Eretz Israel, equitably acquired by the Jewish National Fund dunam by dunam and restored to cultivation by the sweat end sccr.hces of brave pioneers, grew the hope and tr.e strength for the struggle to achieve the United Nations' decision of November 29, 1947 which the Yishuv will translate into reality on May 16, 1943. The historic event will coincide with Zion Flower Day which will be observed in hundreds of communities throughout the nation on Sunday, May 16. Sponsored by the Jewish National Fund, in cooperation with the JNF Council of Greater .' %  ami the significant observance of Zion Flower Day % % %  •... elicit an enthusiastic public response to the slogan: "More Jewish Land For More Jewish Settlers." The proceeds of the "Z:on Flower" scle are dedicated to the vast ten-year land purchase end reclamation program of the Jewish National Fund to extend and strengthen the agricultural icur.datior. of Eretz Israel. Now —ore than ever do we realize how much closer the success of the JNF has brought us to the achievement of the Jewish State. How more than ever do we have to support the JNF. THE BIRTH OF A JEWISH STATE manship were required. The sentiment that there will be a Jewish State now or not for a long time prompted affirmative action According to last minute information the Jewish Provisional government after careful consideration has decided to proclaim the existence of a Jewish State in Palestine. This decision, regardless of immediate consequences, is an historic one. It is 0ne that has been awaited for hundreds of years. Our generation has been blessed with the privilege of witnessing the establish, ment of the Jewish State. We pray for a speedy recognition byall nations of the Jewish State and that peace prevail. Mtabbi Zuitman Raooi Caiman A. Zwitman will be tendered iception tonight on the occasion of his birthday. The celebration will take place following serv.ces at Temple Israel, whose pulpit Rabbi Zwitman has graced for the past thirteen years. It is fitting and proper for a rabbi's congregation to pay tribute to their spiritual leader. The niche Rabbi Zwitman has earned in the community mandates the well wishes of all of his friends, co-workers and residents who have benefitted by his sincere efforts and noble sacrifices. Jack O. Corbin, chairman of the 1948 Community Chest Campaign, announced the presentation of a special Citation to Rabbi Zwitman for his special service and excellent efforts on behalf of the Community Chest in the closing weeks of the 1948 Campaign. The Citation bears a communicat on from Mr. Corbin to the Rabbi which states in part: Mauriee Grossman Another deserving professional receivinq 4, weeic is of the commendations of Greater Miami this Maurice Grossman, executive director Miami "Y." The reception tendered in his honor Sunday evening marks a "Decade of Service" tig Maurice has spent in truly "creating." Grossman has been tireless in his efforts in building a Y. M. H. A. and Community center. His measure of devotion cannot be told in mere sentences. His efforts and activities have been far more than one would expect or demand from an executive. The entire time spent with the Miami "Y" has been that of the true Jew who seeks to preserve Jewish ideals and culture without thought of time or sacrifice. Those who worked with Maurice Grossman during the past decade of trials and tribulations appreciate his efforts. The progress of the Miami "Y" serves as a reminder of his accomplishments. We wish Maurice Grossman many more years of continued progress with the Miami "Y." FLOWER DAY "Although our campaign is short of its goal, I am sure that we should not have collected as much as we did without your cooperation and the spirit you engendered in your congregation which gave impetus to the drive at a crucial moment." Recognition to Rabbi Zwitman has not been solely on h : s home grounds. President Harry Truman awarded an Honorary Commission in the regular United States Army Reserve to Rabbi Zwitman. Rabbi Zwitman was signally honored as he becomes the only past Jewish chaplain in the United States to receive this award. Rabbi Zwitman took a leave of absence from his pulpit and entered the service, serving as chaplain in World War II, receiving distinguished recognition throughout his service in uniform. The award is likewise the only Honorary Cornmisston bestowed in the State of Florida. National Jewish Welfare Board's division of religious activities honored Rabbi Zwitman by presenting him with a certificate for service to American and World Jewry. The letter accompanying the certificate, we believe echoes the feelings of the community toward Rabbi Zwitman. It states in part: "Behind the simple and modest wording of this citation, is a story of self-sacrif ce and religious dedication that we could not hope to express in words. But those who see this certificate will know what its interpretation has been in your own life and in the life of the men whom you served for blessings. "The Jewish community and your country are honored by the service which you came forward to give in the hour of the world's greatest need." We wish Rabbi Zwitman many, many years of continued service for his people. Establishment Of State Rests On Military Achievements of Youth' (Continued from Page 1; ftei the almost eomipati in o! Safad during 1 t few d r.gholds in the ty of Safad, including the ternal loan to support tihe Jewish national administration and other fiscal measures including the imposition and collection of an income tax. The spokesman also announced that the agency has .established an export-import liimportart village of Ein Zeltim, I cense office which has already the Jews I granted licenses for the $25,000.who also have complete control of all md communications between the towns and villages The major part of Safad's 8,000 have left for Transjordan and the 3,000 Jews in the town appear to be in the majority. Semi-official Jewish circles advanced three basic reasons for nuing with plans to wtablish a Jewish state on May 16. regardof outside pressure. They pointed out that in the event of a probable invasion there was no outside force to defend the Jews and they must be organized from within to repulse the assault; that the Irgun and Stern Group which have agreed to surrender their arms to the Haganah when the State is proclaimed have theatened to attack the Jewish leadership if the government is not established; and that except in name, the Jewish government already exists. Among the planned activities is the floating of a $20,000,000 in000 worth of imports and exports to and from 36 countries, including 12 countries in the sterling bloc. New Jewish postage stamps— including one with a rrucp of partitioned Palestine — went on sale in emergency po3t offices throughout the Jewish areai on the country this week-end as the national postal system ^vas inaugurated. Thousands of persons stood in many queues to obtain copies of the new stamps. Zionist Luncheon Weekly luncheon of the Miami Beach Zionist District hel 3 Wednesday, at the National hotel, at 12:15 p.m., will feature. I. R. Goodman, newly elected head of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency Council, w bo will comment on "What has tteen going on Behind the seen ex. vis a vis Palestine." The pub' |c is invited. Toinple Mon Install Officers Recently elected officers and board members of the Men's Club of Temple Israel were officially installed at a dinner held in Huyler's restaurant Wednesday night, attended by approximately 150 members and their wives. Dr. Andrew Gottschall, president of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, was the speaker of the evening, with Judge Harold B. Spaet presiding as master of ceremonies. Retiring president Jerome Cohen reviewed the activities of the Men's Club under his administration and stressed the inter-faith projects of the club that culminated in the Town Hall Forum recently concluded under the joint sponsorship of the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel and the White Temple. New officers inducted and charged with their responsibility Judge Harold B. Spaet, include Henry E. Wolff, president; Max Holtsberg. Bernard Wall, Leo Stein, vice presidents; M. L. Shapiro, treasurer; G. Louis Mendelson, recording secretary; Hy Kaplan, corresponding secretary. Retiring President Cohen was presented with a desk set by the club. Miss Mondheim, pantomime artist, entertained the dinner guests with serveral acts. Harry UJA Needs Immediate Funds Because of the crucial situation in Palestine, an emergency conference of Jewish communal leaders from every section of the country has been called by Henry Morgenthau, Jr., national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, it was learned yesterday from Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The conference will be held in New York City on May 23. On the local scene, Moses Ginsberg, treasurer of the 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, this week addressed a letter to all contributors urging them to make final payments on their contributions. "The present critical situation in Palestine is demanding great outlays of cash," Mr. Ginsberg wrote. "As treasurer of our 1948 Combined Jewish Appeal, I have just received an urgent wire from overseas to rush all available funds. "You may have already paid part of your pledge and the balance may not yet be due, however, since the next two months may decide the future of our people for generations, I must appeal to you for help. Your check by return mail may turn the tide. n "Won't you tak. nvv Mail your check for the balance of your pledge to me in care of the Federation office and I shall remit it at once overseas." Boyell and Harry Diamond were in charge of the evening's arrangements. Jewish ftrriJiar utallihed every Friday „y The Jewish Floridian a. Sixth Street. Mlam" 18. f Friday •'" 19fl Sixth St tered as second-class matte 1930. t the Post Office of of March 20 N. %  %  ,,ld. 6"July Miali3. 1W: Fl... under the Act of "" MO rM0 The Jewish F'ondisn haiao |f|1 •he Jewish Unity and the T(|( Weekly. Member of the Jew ur oraphic Agency, Seven ArtSyndicate. Worldwide New ,. National Editorial Associat on. „„ can Association of En fl i | jn Newspapers. Florida Press SUBSCRIPTION One Year Two Yeare FRED K. 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Political Roundup p,,p. R. B. "Burin" Gauticr, candidate for state senator, this week urged the United States Senate public works committee t0 provide for financing of the umv engineers' plan for water control and conservation "in mich B manner that the state's shaif of the plan will not prove an oppressive burden to our citizens." The letter forwarded to Washington also was signed by Senator D. C. Coleman and Representatives William Lantaff and Richard Oelkers as members 0 f the Florida legislature from Dade county. The communication pointed out that the residents of Florida realize "that it would be impossible to have adequate and complete water and flood control from our present state revenues." It also was shown that residents of the state have expended "millions of dollars in draining the Everglades and in efforts to raise the water table" and that with water control "the revenue derived from the thousands of acres that would be utilized would mean millions in income taxes to the federal government by virtue of the increased productivity of the land." Gautier in talks this week pointed out that the best proof that his legislative record "is a gond n> is the fact that none of his opponents in the first primary "attacked my record." All-out support of Perrine Palmer. Jr., in his campaign for shenfi has been pledged by Ray Mills and Kaigler Sox, who ran races for the office in the first primary. Both went on the radio en behalf of Palmer, who is campaigning on a platform to strictly enforce all laws and rid Dade county of the criminal elements which have moved in since the war. "I am in complete accord with Mr. Palmer's law enforcement program. It's the same as mine." said Mills, former deputy sheriff who has served in continuous law enforcement work in Dade county his entire adult life. Mills was third to Palmer and the incumbent in the first primary. "Mr. Palmer stands for the same things I do, and he has the necessary executive and administrative ability to set up an organization in the sheriff's office to give Dade county the good law enforcement it deserves," stated Sox, deputy sheriff from 1939 until he entered the service in 1942. "I admired the way both Mr. Mills and Mr. Sox conducted their campaigns in the first primary, and I am very happy to have them join us in this movement to clean-up Dade county," Palmer said in reply. The World War II veteran and Dade county businessman thanked those who supported him. and asked their continued help along with those who worked for Mills and Sox. Sox stated that he had returned to his job as deputy sheriff after the war, but "the law enforcement was so lax I severed connections shortly afterwards. I cotfld not reconcile conditions with my ideals of strict and efficient law enforcement." Expressing the belief that election of William A. Herin as circuit judge, at the primary May 25, "would bring improvement' to the circuit bench, Robert H. Givens, Jr., unsuccessful candidate In the race in the first primary, has spoken publicly in the interest of Herin's candidacy. ^ Givens emphasized that he was "not presuming to tell you or anyone else how you should vote, but since this question has been asked me by so many people I feel that it is proper for me to make known my position in the matter. "I intend to vote for Mr. Herin," he continued, "first, because 1 consider him qualified to fill this important office and I think he has the temperament which fits him for service on the circuit bench. I have been particularly impressed by the manner in which he has conducted himself in the recent campaign and by the character of the campaign which he waged." Both Givens and John D. Marsh, also eliminated from the race in the first primary, have announced support of Herin in the second primary, although each stresses the point that they do not presume to tell others how to vote on May 25. LEO EI§EKSTEIX /we^ Will Give Prompt Personal Attention to All Your "REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Phc/ne 5-7668 309 Lincoln Miami Beach 12 Years of Experience in Buildino Construction on Miami Beach Wright Hotel Equipment Co. INCORPORATED .32 N.E. ELEVENTH STREET ^ „ n PHONE 3-4741 We Can Equip Your Kitchen From Our Stock RangesGrWdle. Fryers Work Tables Steam Tables Refrigerated Savdroich Unrts I,E?E I'CANNIXO AND LAYOUT SERVI COM PI, k"lCE DO YOU NEED A PAINT JOB? 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W. 22nd St. Phone 9-7555 Phone Today For Prices 77u>j occasional nights when nervoue tanaioo kaepa you awaka—era no man wakeful the harder yon try la Bleep T Ttaoee dayi when tana* oarree make yoa Irritable and Jumpy _ara yoa crankier and mora raatlaai whan you try to flfht the feeUnjT Mil— Nmrvin* can halp you on day* and nifhta like thaaa. It haa baan making food tor mora than 80 yean. CAUTION—uaa only aa directed. Oat Milae Nervine at your drag atora. Effarvaaoant tablata, 88c. 76e—Liquid. 26a, St. Milae Laboraflfkhert. Indiana. Miles NERVINE Hillel Awards Richter Cup To A E Phi Hillel awarded Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority a sterling silver loving cup at the third seder held in the foundation April 28. Rabbi Albert Michels made the presentation to the group's president. Sis Warfield, in recognition of the "most cooperative and interested organization on campus during the Passover observance." The cup was donated by the Richter family of Miami in memory of Robert Richter who was killed in action during World War II. AUGUST BROS H Y £ A FEW VACANCIES Camp Osceola Thoroughly Modern Separate Camps for Jewish Boys and Girls. On Lake Osceola and Mills River. "In the Land of the Sky," Hendersonville, N.C. a 2500 feet elevation a Capable seasoned staff a Resident Physician and Nurse Directors: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Silver 950 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach Phone: 5-5975 or 5-4239 |iiiimiiiniiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimpiiiiiaiMmmBiiiimuiimnuii:ii i;:' Keep l'I.IVIO\ B. BIRD Ore Your COUNTY CO M I If SSiO V His Experience in the Hospital, Wellare, Aviation and Water Control Programs are Urgently NEEDED I A BIRD in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush Headquarters Telephone 82-3371 Paid Political Adv. 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pttDAY. MAY 14, 1948 William L Pallot Heads B'nai BVith William L. Pallot, Miami attor ney, has been elected president of the B'nai B'rith Council 0 f Greater Miami, it was announced by Charles R. Jacobson, ,. N cutive secretary of the council. He will head the group which represents 26 separate B'nai B'rith organizations, a total of more (ban 2500 members in greater Miami. The council was organized one year ago to coordinate the community service work and the public relations policies of B'nai B'rith in South Florida. The new president received his LL.B. degree at Cumberland UnIversity in 1938, and has devoted many years to civic and community activities. He served four in the U. S. Naval Reserve and was Commander of a division of L.C.I, ships in the Atlantic fleet, receiving four ribbons. He resident of Broward Lodge No. 1438, B'nai B'rith, in Fort Laudeidale for two terms and in 1947 was awarded a diamond achievement pin for service in the organization. Pallot recently directed the contest in Dade county to select the Outstanding Man and Woman of 1947," a project originated by Sholem lodge to foster mutual understanding between civic and service groups in greater Miami, and to publicly honor two ns for unusual civic accomplishment. He is a Shriner, a member of tiie board of directors of the Miami YMHA, a member of the Elks, and a board member of the Zionist organization. Als i elected to serve with Pallot are: Dr. Leonard Glickand E. Albert Pallot, vice lents; Mrs. Norman Giller. iry, und Mrs. Harry Gordon, treasurer. Ex officio membe; s df the council include Rabb Albert Michels, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami; George J. Talianoff and Gilbert J. Balkin of the Anti-Defamation League; L us Heiman, president of the District 5, grand lodge; Milton A. Friedman. State Federation lent, and Mrs. Irving Beck-' (•:•. a vice president of the Women's district, grand lodge. Unitt fkriJfon PAGE THIRTEEN LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in ouiunen undei the fictitious name ol JERFU S' DRUG STORE at 2235 B.W, 22ml Htreet, Miami. Florida, In) In to reglate ild name with thi Clerk Flo Id '""'"" ''""" %  •' Dade A. J. IONBLZI WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys roi Applicant 5/7-14-21-28 1 i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the rii tltlou ame ol R Radio at 3152Srd Street, M an Beach, lloi Ida, Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade County, Florida MORRIS NARNOW, Sole Ownei %  • Herman AKaplan Attorne) s for Applicant 5 M4-21-28 %  i LEGAL NOTICE William Pallot Weber Heads New Center's First Slate Samuel Weber was elected first president of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community center at their last meeting. Others chosen to serve with him were Herman Feldman, vice president; Mrs. James Segal, corresponding sec; Mrs. Samuel Kirshner, recording sec; and Leo Rothstein, treasurer. Installation will take place May 20 in the Coral Gables Women's club at which time a social event in the .form of old time movies with sound will take place. The public is invited. Committees recently appointed by the executive hoard include: house, Samuel Kirshner, chairman, A Cohen. J. Ross. A. Brazier. L. Esloe. H. Cover-man; finance, James chairman. Mrs. L. Handsel. Dr. O. Balber, C. Adelman, I... Tenney. Leo Rothstein; membership, L. Handsel, chairman, Mrs. R. Cleln, Herman Feldman, Mrs. James Segal. Rubenstetn. Mrs. L. Esloe; social. A. Tenney, chairman. Mrs. I,. Katz. Mr. arid Mrs H Kirshner, Mr. and Mrs. S. Nrssennff Mr and Mrs. A. Cohen. Rubenstcln. Mrs. Nltzberg. Mrs. Bhenberg. Mr and Mrs. I,. Esloe; athletic. H. Coverman, chairman. Hlrsh. B. Cleln Dr Balber. Rothstein. ways and means. J. Masters, chairman. Mrs. Goodman, Mrs. Shinberg, Basenberg, Feldman and Brazier; sunshine. Mrs. Ross, chairman, Mrs. Clein; women s activities, Mrs. L. Katz. temporary chairman; publicity, Clein. Alton Road Hospital Staff Holds Dance Si ff of Alton Road hospital heduled its second annual to take place tomorrow evening at 8:30 p.m. in the Ritz Miami Beach. Invitations have been issued to all personnel including the board of di> • s und attending physicians and surgeons. Music for dancing will be provided by Canay and his orchestra. Miss Amy Adelson, chairman social committee, is being 1 by Miss Bea Gutman, Miss labelle Wilson and Mrs. K thleen Bradbury. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai rdi ralgned, desiring to i ngage in business undei th.fictitious name of TROPICS LUNCHEONETTE at 233 lolllns Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of th,Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida SAM RANDELL WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ Attorney-for Applicant '., 7-14-21-2S 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BRBECE'S FISH AND 1/>BSTER MARKET at 4 N.W. North River Drive, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County, Florida. JACOB GOLDSTEIN HAROLD aOLDSTBTN ROBERT GOLDSTEIN BURNETT ISHTH Attorney for Rreece's Fish and Lobster Market 4/ 30 5/7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TWIN CITY NEON at 3240 N W Seventh Avenue, Miami, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of I • Circuit Court of Dade County. Hoi ida. TIMOTHY WATKIN8 WILLIAM BOTHWELL JACK ORR ROBERT POLLOCK FRANK i: SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants 7-1 I-21-2S LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan | SNO-CREME at 21 N. i:. ist Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to n said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANK RESNICK Sole Owner SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant o 7-14-21-28 6/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HOTEL DEL RIO at 1100 Collins Avenue, Miami Iieaeh, Florida, lit tends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAM HOTEL COR1'. a Florida Corporation WALTER C. KOVNBR, Attorney for Applicant. 1/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HBRBBY OIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business underthe fictitious name oi LARRY'S SUNDRY at 1733 Coral Wa„, Miami. Florida, Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAUL I.. COHEN MARY Q. COHEN FRANK B. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants 4/30 5/7-14-21-21 Beach JWV Distributes Plea To Truman Miami Beach post of the Jewish War Veto-..:, is distributing 10.000 post cards in this area for individuals to send to President Truman urging him to lift the arms embargo for Palestine and to recognize the Jewish state there. Distribution is being made both by mail and by booths set up in the streets. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or SIR CHARLES APARTMENTS at "200 Bay Drive. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I. C. GREENBERG KATE W. GREENBERG 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to em business under tire fictitious name ol Palmetto Park Properties at 350 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach. Florida, In t.-nd to registersaid tram,with the I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dadi Countv, Florida. ROBERT OUTMAN JULIUS WINOGRAD HERMAN KOMI, LEONARD L. KIMBALL Attorney for applicants 412 Congress Bldg. 5/14-21-2S 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t HOW... YOU CAN DINE AT nTnm FOR $1.50 (A Complete Dinner) • Bonded Whiskeys, 65c • All Scotch, 65c • Blends, 55c • Cocktails, 55c Entertainment in Bar By ihe Three Chords • Coral Way at 36th Are. Ph. 48-4224 JACK BALLY KAHN Part ners HARRY DIET!! Attorney fl >r Applicants Congress Bldg. 5/14-41-18 6/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,.,.., NOTICE is HEREBY OIVLN that the undersigned, desiring r business under the *****>****• norlda ABE RAPOPP Bole owner HARRY DIETSB Attorney for Abe Radon Congress lildlt. 5 14-21-28 8/4 N0 T.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  %  ., • FRY at 280 South Dixie PIXIE OROI 1 t \. ,,,,:: Florida, mBE SSis r-a: % %  """' % %  K *3AM FlUKPMAN w .-s\i\N. SILVER • BAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicant 5/14-21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name of All-Brlte Wet Wash Laundry il N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JosEI'H PRESS Bole i iwner. SAM SILVER Attorney for Applicant Congress Bide. 5/14-21-28 8/4-11 NOTICE TO APPEAR IV THE CIRCFIT COURT OF THE llTIt JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA —IN CHANCERY. No. 117018. JACOB BRAUNHEIM, Plaintiff, vs. ItERTHA BRAUNHEIM Defendant. To BERTHA BRAUNHEIM 10 i -. Parkway Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified ai nulred to appear to the Bill of plaint filed In the above styled on or before June 14, 1848, otherwise the Bill of Complaint win be taken a confessed against you. Let this ,,1-d.r be published once a week for nive wei ks in The Jewish rblished in leole County, Florida. Dated this 12 day of May. 1848. i: B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. | lClrCU V U: %?*. C. GREEN. %  MILTON A FRIEDMAN t y|• %  at Law %  illdlng M Florida ;,, 14-21-28 8 4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 1166H3. LYDA MAE AREHART, Plaintiff, HAROLD E. AREHART, Defendant YOU, HAROLD B AREHART, SUPERINTENDENT, VIRGINIA STATE PENITENTIARY, RICHMOND. VIRGINIA, are notified to file your appearance In the above cause fordivorce, on or before the 24th day of May, A.I). 1;. IS. or a Deee Pro Confesso will be entered against you DATED; This 22nd day of April. A.D. 1918. E B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk. lit Court Seal) By VVM. W. BTOCKUVO, D.-puty Clerk. W'ASMAN, BILVBR & SAKOWITZ eys for Plaintiff 918 Beybeld Building Florida .I 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 ACE r..\i; & METAL i'o. (Not Inc.) at 1212 N. \V. 1st Avenue, Miami, il tend to reglstei said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court ,i" Dade County, Florida. HARRY FATEL .1. F. LAZARl'S VVASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ Attorneys for Applicants i/T-14-21-28 6/4 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCFIT COFRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -r 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, 194K. otherwise the allegations of said bill will bo taken as confessed against vou. DONE AND ORDERED this 16 day of April, 1948. E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Heal) iiy 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 1045 N. \V. 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 A: KAPLAN Seybold Bldg. Attorneys for Louis Pearl 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under 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 Dade Countv, Florida. JACK SHAFFER ADELLE SHAFFER Partners HARRY DIETZ Attorney Congress Bldg. 4/23-30 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 Reglna'a Bakery at 1084 s. \v. 27th le, Mlarrri, 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 I 5/7-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in l.r the fictitious name of Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers at ill S \V 8th Street, Miami. Florida. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 '.ol.' 'ountv, Florida. LARRY L. WHITE and II.' INA WHITE rjEi iRGE CHERTK' >F Attorney for Applicants j 7-11-21 -28 'l ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I 'I' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. IS87. IOSBPH SANCHEZ. Plaintiff, vs. MARGARET SANCHEZ, Defendant. YOU, MARGARET SANCHEZ, 651 \V, -l 179th STREET, NEW YoRK. SEW YORK. ar. notified to fi'. ippearance in thabove cause for dl.ope. on or before the 7th day of Jun< A.D. 1848, or a I • • %  • %  I'm i ,.ni :: be entered against you. DATED; This 6th day of May, AD 1848, i; B LBATHBRMAN, Clerk. Ill lit Court S.-al) B) M. C. OREEN. Deputy Clerk. WASMAN, SILVER A SAKOWITZ 'ttornevs for Plaintiff -. 7-14-21-28 8 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW MOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that lerslgned, desiring to engage In -. und.-r the fictitious name of 8MITTT S GARAGE at 228 N.W First Court, Miami, Florida, intends to regBter said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, HorAL VOLANTS FRANK E. SOU'MoN Vttorney for AI Volante 7-14-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i, ;s::,ess ind.-r the fictitious name of SUPREME SUPER STORES, INC.. 16;; i... jeune Rd., Coral Gables, Ha„ ntend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florl la. MIRIAM LEVY LESLIE FAIRMONT IRYIN FAOGEN FRANK B. SOLOMON Attorney for Applicants I 30 S 7-14-21-28 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FliORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY, No. 118404. GEKAI.DINE 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 for divorce, on or before the 15th day of May, 1948. Dated this 15th day of April, 1948. E. B. LEATHER-MAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) By WM. W. STOCKING, Deputy Clerk. SAMUEL J. RAND, Attorney 827 Calumet Building Miami, Florida 4/16-23-30 5/7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALLEN CARPET COMPANY at 21 N. W. 4th Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk,of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERBERT ALLEN ROTHSTIU1N Sole Owner 4/16-23-30 5/7-14 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to encage In business under the fictitious name of Jack's Tackle Shop at 2-". N.E. 79th Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK ROSENBAFM LEE M. ROSHNI'.AUM. Partners 4-16-23-30 5,7-14 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN This Is to advise you that I have not h.-en connected with the Dallas Park Grocery, Miami. Florida, since Mas*. 1942, and am not responsible for any of its debts. Rose Melinson 2400 S W. 21st Street Miami. Florida :, 7-11-21-2NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in SS under the fictitious name of les Par and Package Goods at • a-' All Baba Avenue, Opa Locks, ,. intend to register said name with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HAROLD J. BROWNETHEL K. BROWN ISAAC JOFFE ney for Applicants Blscayna Building 4 88-38 5,7-11-21 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT oF FI/OR1DA. IN AND Foil DADE COUNTY. — IN CHANCERY. No. 116*02. GEORGE W. SUIT. Plaintiff, vs. M\RY C. SUIT, Defendant. YOU MARY C, SUIT, 1327—8th STREET, N.W., WASHINGTON, D. C. 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, E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. (Circuit Court .By WM. W. STOCKING. Deput] Clerk. WASMAN. SILVER & SAKoWlTZ Attorneys for Plaintiff 18 Seybold Building Miami, Florida 4/23-30 5/7-14-21 ;• %  %  i



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rnmAY. MAY 14, 1948 *JmM fhridfar) PAGE FIVE Rabbi Lehrman Attends Synagogue Convention Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual %  )',.,,,f the Miami Beach Jewish .'.',,.,... is attending the national convention of the United Syna, o8U es of America which is being ield in the ballroom of the Stevens hold in Chicago, May 13 to 17 The organization consists of conservative synagogues in America of which the Jewish Center is a member. Rabbi Lehrman will deliver the invocation at the opening session Rabbi Irving Lehrman cm Thursday evening and will preach the convention sermon on evening at Congregation i: Zedek of which Rabbi ion is spiritual leader. One of the sessions will be held with the Rabbinical As! America, of which I. hrman is also a memWhitman Heads Beth Jacob David Whitman was elected president of Congregation Beth Jacob at the annual election meeting held recently at the synagogue. A local businessman, Whitman has served on the congregation board of directors for the past eight years. He is active in local civic and social organizations and is affiliated with the Zionist Organization, the Mizrachi Organization, Congregation Beth Tfilah, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom, and the Odd Fellows. Whitman is also chairman of the Beth Jacob Boy Scout troop, an officer in the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association, and a past treasurer of the Kosher Guild of Greater Miami, which office he recently resigned in order to devote his time to the affairs of the congregation. Morris B. Frank and David Goldstein are honorary presidents. Dr. irwin H. Makovsky, David Rosner, Attorney Martin Genet and Mr. Maurice Klein vere elected vice presidents. Mayor Marcie Liberman was re-elected treasurer; Irving Genet, secretary and Hyman Galbut, financial secretary. Serving on the board <>f director! are: J. Albert, Davla Becker, FYiink Becker. A. Bloom, Louis O. Bloomfield, Benjamin Cohen, Josh Cohen. Samuel Deutch, Abe Elaenberg, Alfred It. ISIIIott, Sam Pagenaon, Ben Vox, Rernnrd A. Prank, lien Qalnea, \i Qalbut, Harry Genet, s. M. Greenspan, S. M. Grundwergj 8. Guttman, Max Leshnlck, John uevy, Harry Levitt, Alex Marcus, Marry Markowlts, S. L. Mate, William Mechanic. Baron de Klrach Meyer, Dr. Herman R. MechlowltS, William Meehlowitz, Joseph Meltzer. Leo Meyer, Abe Miller, l-aclor Miller, I. II. Miller, L. Rosenuaum, Dr. M. J. Safra, Nathan Schwartz. Fred Bhochet, Barney Bllfkin. Joseph Schneider. Edward A. Snyder, Harry Bom, I. l>. Splvack, lohn Starr, Morris Wachbolder and Jack Wuiher. Beach Congress Group Dance To Aid Palestine rican Jewish Congress, Beach Chapter Business and Professional group plan a dance al the Robert Richter hobe held on May 29 at 8:30 p.m Music will be by the Robert Richter Orchestra. Miss Judy Greenblatt is chairllmisc For Rent JUNE 15th to OCTOBER 15th Spacious 2 bedroom home near ocean, 1054 Penn. Ave., Miami Beach Temple Party Observes Zwitman's Birthday Temple Israel Sisterhood will honor Rabbi Zwitman with a reception and birthday party this evening immediately following regular Friday night services. All members and friends of the congregation have been invited to attend both the services beginning at 8:15 p.m. and the party. Greetings will be extended to the rabbi by Mrs. Isaac Levin, president of the Sisterhood, and by Judge Harold B. Spaet for the temple board; Henry Wolff, for the men's club; Myron Zeientz, Young Married People's league, and Allan Freehling, the youth group, as well as a representative of the Sunday school. Max Holtzberg will serve as master of ceremonies. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. H. V. Simons, assisted by Mrs. Elry Stone, Mrs. Stella Hantman, Mrs. Adolph Wortheimer and Mrs. Henry Hirsch. For Your Miami Beach Holiday rAnpT HOTEL WMVE %  PH. 5-6688 Offers Our Summer Rates $1.00 PerPerson up Double Occupancy Daily One Block [ rom Lincoln Rd. from Ocean JAMES AVE AND 17th ST. Former Miami an Wed In i hleago Miss Ruth Leah Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cohen of Chicago and formerly of Miami, exchanged vows in Chicago at the Somerset hotel Saturday with Charles Gordon of that city. The former Miss Cohen is the granddaughter of Harry Cohen of Miami. Mrs. Gordon attended schools both here and in Chicago. The groom is a veteran of the Army, having served 26 months overseas. man of the Booster and Contributions committee. Proceeds of this dance are to help in the fight for Palestine. Vans Returning Empty NEW YORK PITTSBURGH BOSTON CHICAGO Miami Storage and Van Co. Inc. Agents for ALLIED PITTSBURGH WHSE. & VAN CO. 156 N. 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