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The Jewish Floridian ( May 21, 1948 )

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leuflsbJEIcnJ^ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^ME 21-NUMBER 20 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS 1 -I ; u REBIRTH OF NATION Jl TEL AVIV, (WNS)—The state of Israel the first Jewish comjmonwealth in the 1878 years since the destruction of Judea by line legions of the Roman Empire, came into being on Friday "udnight, May 15, the sixth day of the month of Iyar in this 5708 I the Hebrew calendar, by virtue of a proclamation issued here fa the "Sabbath eve, the fifth day of Iyar,"-by the Jewish Nafonal Council of Palestine. As the British mandate over Palestine neared its end and %h Commissioner Cunningham was preparing to leave the country, the Council proclaimed a Jewish Provisional Government. It declared: "We, members of the National Council representing the Jewish people in Palestine and the Zionist movement of the paid, met together in solemn assembly on the day of the term^ion of the British Mandate for Palestine, and by virtue of pural rights and the historic rights of the Jewish people, and ty resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Hereby proclaim the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine Recalled Israel*." I The proclamation in addition promised to safeguard all rePA places and shrines and dedicated itself to the "principles C t h Charter of the United Nations." It also appealed to the pted Nations for help in the building of the state, asked admission to the international organization and extended an offer of peace to the Arabs in Palestine and the neighboring Arab states. Pointing to the contribution of Palestine's Jews in the war against the Nazis, which "gained them the title to rank with the peoples who founded the United Nations," the proclamation stated that "recognition by the United Nations of the right of the Jewish people to establish their independent state may not be revoked." The proclamation concluded with an attestation of faith which read: "With trust in Almighty God, we set our hand to this declaration in the city of Tel Aviv on this Sabbath eve,, the fifth day of Iyar, 5708." On Thursday night, May 13, hours before the state of Israel was proclaimed, the seven states composing the Arab League declared that a state of war exists between them and the Jews of Palestine. These states are Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan,, Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. Haganah, the army of the new Jewish government, was in. readiness for a full-scale invasion by Arab armies from three' sides, from the north, the south and the east. All its 70,000 men and women were sent to battle stations to defend he 5500 square miles of the newly-created Jewish state. All men and women up to 35 years were mobilized. ;



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?AS£ TV.' Jwia fUrtMir FRZ)AY MAT 21. 1948 Letters to the Editor Mrs. Look Makovsky David Sisterhood Debates To Seminary Miami I Liberal r.-.'i-: AT rv'^ .'TT-JBI :-~-—rt '--^ y_~ Leans l£i-c.~~r^iJ :>s"*=— ~ r— r%  *•-. _•-' :-.* TH-x.: i; : vf '..' -i-v —• -*: -^>t i-i> : % %  • p -----.. .^ .< JO, -;OK* : %  T-^-%  t* Eat ^• -1• %  %  %  • bea .'* -. ; • %  %  ..aeeM -: • • ~" for ici • %  OK RABBI ALBERT ICCHELS %  ( B ., B • •" : t '' %  %  MHO %  -•— -* 6==.: K--s K %  ."it-.r-t i : ti :•:<: %  -. %  %  t* H any Mi-c -.~~. tz :• .-. : Eta essae? =T tbe | p:.: '.:: -' % %  %  --'FLYING ANTS" •*,, ^ TERMITES wtortCT out rvortiT' WJTM 01/1 %  OMOCO TERMITE CONHtOL F H. A. TttMS CALL US TODAY! OM | f wi r • E?:rK D^PLXX S26.S0C n • • a ;••<"-• -t-t :*--.? t.-t ? •-: %  • %  !•:•'! ••: r.VSSET.L REALTY -t K "t'J =: Sife ORKIN COMPLETi PEST CONTROL • • I.. Hn Aeaa ST.--. .. • %  .•. .Unreilings .: ?'.=:::Li v.; r vf J ST lith T8 BUrea '•'-; i • -. • -. %  • .Miami Aged Auxiliary A mcatonal tot] Samel Jewjrii Hiic* iof tfac A#rf l S.W 29rd i-. M *n*:*.->, %  —-. ... ^ 5 *'j', ~-. THE POLL£ ON TUESDAY VOTE MAY : .... .. -:-. I -. '. • >] • %  ;-• >• Of .-.: %  tea %  .at Frin : ; • -• ^; r...v.u ta >; promt i center -' and '' • -. rt be<'. % %  pi >i*' ..''--.. •.' %  %  attend ela It 01 FOJ '-• iuned per-. TJ raet ezpenei ........ • %  %  • -i .-:i ;. 14 it • ;. %  %  : : nreABE S. GOLDMAN Asks all his iriends living South of the Trail to Vote for and Elect LUTHER T. HARDISON CONSTABLE OF DISTRICT 3 .--.: .-..^*-*** ***' A REAL BUY PlOMf hMM b**utiful gut units it rJ. Ci to schools. %  taL buses. nd kosher %  •state c*ii MR. HARRY SHUT irith RAY ZIEGLKR has] p £'BE 'EiT *' E ePo :i!,, THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION cordially invites all members to attend the ANNUAL MEETING Wlii-siav Evening. May 26. IftftS at 8 P.M. AT THE MIAMI Y.M-Y.W.H.A. 450 S.W. 16th Ave. Guest Speaker STANLEY C. MYERS President. Council at Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Hfafa #L ATW •#* •* ,M •SS** 1 ut>m)**' lt .ivi+ r ^/y ^T^* HlCfflt, PR.EPARED UNDER STRICT OR Distributed by NATIONAL IBRAMIS. INC. 690 N. W. 13th Street Miami. Florida Phone 2-740*



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FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1948 LIVES OF OUR T IMES *Je*istincridrga,ri PAGE THREr RABRI STEPH EN SAMfJF/ Wlf F r-*~-i w, NORMAN .r J SOL NOlXi '..• i, RHOOA B SIMuN MFTY-FIVl YEARS AGO, A ERKHIS-MIWDED YOUTH OF 19 STARTED OUT OH A RABBINICAL CAREER TO WHICH Hi STILL LEHOS HONOR T0PAY-. BORN IK BUDAPEST OF A DISTINGUISHED FAMILY OF RABBIS, STEPHEN WAS BR0U6HT TO THE US. AT THE A6E OF ONE COMPLETING HIS STUDIES AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN 1901 (PH,D), THE YOUNG MAN RECEIVED HIS RABBINICAL TRAINING PRIVATELY. IN 1893, YOUNG WISE TOOK HIS FIRST POSITIOH AS ASSISTANT RABBI OF THE MADISON AVENUE SYNAGOGUE OF NY. SEVEN YEARS LATER, HE WAS CALLED TO PORTLAND, OREGON WHERE HE OFFICIATED UNTIL 1906. M FREE SYNAG06UE OF N.Y. WHICH WISE FOUNDED IN 1907 HELPED TO STRENGTHEN THE LIBERAL FORCES IN AMERICAN JUDAISM, AN UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP, BECAME ONE OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL C0N6.IN THE U.S. IN 1898, WISE AIDED IN FOUNDING THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA AND SERVED AS ITS PRESIDENT IN 1917 AND FROM 1936-38. RABBI WISE SAW THE NEED FOR A SCHOOL WHERE YOUNG JEWS COULD BE TRAINED FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE MINISTRY, EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SERVICE; IN 1922,HE FOUNDED THE JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION TO ACCOMPLISH THESE GOALS. WISE,DEEPLY ATTACHED TO THE MASSES, ASSUMED LEADERSHIP IN THE CREATION OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, THE WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, AND IN THE EARLY 40s, BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN EMERGENCY COUNCIL FOR ZIONIST AFFAIRS. STILL A MAJOR FACTOR IN THE AMERICAN-JEWISH SCENE TODAY, HE CONTINUES TO DEVOTE HIMSELF WHOLEHEARTEDLY TO THE CAUSES HE HAS HELD CLOSE All HIS LIFE-li>a<*h Zionists Veto Lohrman Plans are being formulated for a breakfast celebrating the birth: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, according to an announcement made by Harold Shapiro, Miami attorney, chairman of the Shapiro stated that the i fast is to honor Rabbi Lehrman because of his outstanding i in behalf of the Zionist i S; nsored by the Miami Beach Zionist District, the breakfast will be held at the Steak House, 2362 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, on Sunday. June 6, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Stahl Aids Haganah Charles Stahl of 5161 S.W. 4tli St. is giving a card party at her liome Sunday evening, proto be given to the Haganah. arty begins at 8 p.m. and the public is welcome. Federation To Elect May 26 The tenth annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be held on Wednesday night. May 26, at the Miami YMHA, it was announced yesterday by Morris Klass. executive director of the federation. Guest speaker will be Stanley C. Myers, prominent local attorney, who is national president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. His topic will be "Social Planning" Jacob Sher, president of the federation, will preside. Elocution of officers and governors will be held and annual reports will be submitted by President Sher and Executive D ; recto-Klass. D Spectacular SPECIAL PURCHASE 300 LINEN WEAVE SUITS MADE TO SELL FOR 29.90 and 35.00 SPECIALLY PRICED 2i JS Comes in luscious shades o^ Aqua, Pink, White, Brown and Black Sizes for Women and Misses D duPONT BLDG., MIAMI America's Finest Fashion* MeCarty Adds Congratulation on .IV wish State Dan MeCarty joined the ranks of prominent individuals throughout the nation this week in greeting the establishment of the Jewish state in Palestine. MeCarty wired the Jewish Floridian last Saturday extending congratulations to the Jewish people. He expressed particular pleasure in his message "that our government was the first to recognize the State of Israel." "The Jewish people deserve this recognization and a place among the nations of the world," he added. "The State of Israel will give them an opportunity to open the doors of Palestine and offer a haven to the displaced persons of Europe wh< were wandering hopelessly and endlessly. "It is my sincere wish that nther nations of the world will also recognize the State of Israel and assist the United Nations %  n creating a speedy cessation of hostilities." GO TO THE POLLS ON TUESDAY! VOTE MAY 25th Vegetarian Society Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author of the book "Spinoza: A Life of Reason," will be guest speaker ami Vegetarian society Saturday evening. They will meet at 8 p.m. in the outdoor auditorium of the Spinoza forum, 124 11th St., at a meeting of the Greater MiMiami Beach. 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PAGE FOUR +Jmiafk*tk*r_ FRIDAY. MAY 21. 194 EDITORIAL Rebirth Of A \mtion The commonwealth of which Jews had drecmed and ior whose restoration they had prayed for almost nineteen hundred years is a dream no longer. It is a reality now—the fruition of an historical process which neither time nor foe could frustrate, the fulfillment of faith and prophecy. There has been no joy in Israel since the days of Hitler. The memory of the six million Jewish martyrs who perished under the blight of Hitlerdom is too heavy upon us to indulge in free ;ubilation eve: the prodancitiOB z: the Jewish s:z:e. the =:a:e z: Israel. Nor are the circumstances under which it was bom propitious for unbridled joy. It was bom in the travail of conflict and bloodshed. And, unless the nations of the world rise to the historic height of the occasion, many agonizing days still lie ahead for the brave men and women who are girding themselves against foreign invaders. A hard and bloody struggle faces the defenders of the new state of Israel. They may have to engage all the surrounding Arab countries in a bitter war for physical survival. To win the war for the survival of the newly-born state will require material resources, intelligence and courage. The Jews in Palestine have demonstrated a faith and determination of unyielding quality. They are the descendants of a people which challenged the ravages of centuries. Faith and arms will bring them triumph. But if they are to emerge early victors, they must go to battle with the knowledge that behind them stands the support, morale and material, of Jews eveywhere. As we Jews in America congratulate each other on the occasion of this revolutionary turn in the history and destiny of Israel, and as we extend our profound greetings and heartfelt "mazel tov" to the brave men and women of the new land of Israel, we must not forget that we, too, though not citizens of the new state, are part of "Am Israel," the People of Israel. "Save The StateWith the present desperate plight of Jews in Palestine described to them by Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. in a nationwide telephone hookup, local leaders of the Jewish community initiated last Wednesday night a "Save the State of Israel" campaign. Pledging themselves to do everything in their power to bring help "to Haganah, the valiant defender of the Jewish Homeland," the group called upon the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to reopen its drive for funds and raise a minimum of 5250,000 in an intensified campaign in the next few weeks. The Federation Board of Governors meets as we go to press tonight to act officially on the resolution urging "this community in company with Jewish communities throughout the United States, to dedicate itself to the solemn task of rescuing the newbora Jewish State from the hands of its invaders." "I solemnly appeal to every Jewish community in the United States to dedicate anew with consecration and vigor its campaign efforts in recognition of the vast responsibilities that have now arisen," declared Mr. Morgenthau, National Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. "I solemnly appeal to the leaders and the workers who have worked zealously and tirelessly in recent months to take new courage and new strength from oui wonderful people in Palestine and rededicate themselves to a new and more glorious chapter in this 1948 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal." Speaking over the nationwide telephone hookup in addition to Mr. Morgenthau, were Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, Dr. Israel Goldstein and William Rosenwald, national co-chcirmen of the United Jewish Appeal, all adding their pleas for assistance. It is a certainly that Miami's leaders will answer the call. We know that Miami Jewry will not fail! Jewish Leaders Express Hopes For State Of Israel NEW YORK. IJTAJ — The ih community in the United Jewi in Israel and ..-Id this week •ablishment f the Ji '-•-%  Special thank -. were held ver the week-end .r.::y Jew leaders in luding D: Chain) Weizm in Dr Abba H. %  Bilvei and >tl uled the est W nlel Di AM H Hi Bilvi •••..%  • Ml of the sued a state ment declaring thai the Jewish .. late Jewish t tt >me alive in a Dr. Israel Goldstein, national Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former 1 support for your attaining chairman of the United Pa!est:r. tary of the Treasury and speedy recognition by the United Appeal. expressed confidence general chairman of the United States, and all the other memthat "all the obstacles in U i -h Appeal campaign for path of the Jewish state will be $250,000,000, appealed to the' U.S. surmounted, and the civ-.lized Government to recognize the new world will have reason to bless Jewish state immediately. Asthe day when the Jewish tab erting that the establishment of • prophecy of Amos, Israel is the inevitable outcome : be read in synagogues A :he L N partition decision of is being fulfilled.'' Dr Stephen S Wise, president )1 the An an Jewish Congress. d "..".at "as American Jews ; DOS to our lea by giving our strength our rasoorcel our faith to the land of 19 centuries of unwc iru I U I :'. the a?' : I th last N vember, he declared that America's national interests will be strengthened in winning the state as an ally. "The setting up of the provi-1 vernment of Israel marks a change in the relationship of :. Zi mists to Palestine." '.: Samuel W. Halprin. national bers of the United Nations.'' Meanwhile. Frank Goldman, national president of the organization, telegraphed President Truman, expressing gratification at his recognition of Israel. The text of the message follows: "Deof statement issue I behalf of the ( welcomed the recognil n w state of Israel by Truman. The statement : thai "at this critical time, It • Important to define the relations of American Jew 9 11 this new government. The J A America are of the very essence of ".he Emanu I N imann pres Id -. ibti and Israel's loyalex... Q.^J D i ess pjretz president of Hadassah. declared bine throughout thi L God give the ancient and "The Jews of Israel are now citir give thanks (hat • -,. .-.,..,. land of Israel His safezens of their own country. They .,.-_. have been pared to witn* M %  • will make and abide by their .'. the age-old Louis Lipsky, chairman of the own laws, choose their own legexecutive committe. jftheAraerislators, tax and govern themican Jewi h Conference, declared selves, and speak on their own May behalf in the council members he nations." s. Simcha Rabinowitz, nar.t of the Mizrachi inal the % % %  % %  •'•" Jews throughout the world but to all people everywhere who believe I t and just must be the £ : principles of initional relations." The religious, cultural, and '.opment of American man of the Joint D wi '. be profoundly stimulighted at your announcement of your official recognition of the {body politic of ou rtiy. w Republic of Israel. Thousands of | Jews in America must entertain people of the Jewish faith will 1 f or tr ,j s new government the bless you for this act of wise j warmes t feeling :': rnitytrf extend to it u: ;e ev ;' dences of good will. But polite* lv. we have not and cannot na\e anv attachment I I G vera ment of Israel. W. >* %  of the citizens of I* *• ** citizens of America al ne. Meanwhile, a statement w Lessing J. Roienwald, presi of the American Council iL..*. „„cffr.rt place once more as a corporate ^S^LXlSw body among the nations." and suostance to hep the new • •• in every form possible and appropriate." Edward II M. Warburg, chairfor this act of statesmanship. I am certain that the American people and the people of Israel will maintain close friendship and together wiB foster the democratic way." The officers of the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith have contributed blood to the plasma bank of the Red Mogen David for shipment to Israel. They initiated a campaign within the organization which is expected to bring between 25.000 and 45,000 B'nai B'rith members in this city to the plasma center. The closing session of the Workmen's Circle convention here hailed the establishment of Isfor Judaism, commenting n the P (Continued on Page !•>> rJenist fkridiW Committee, declared that "The .'.-public of Israel is the. the proclamation of the state of result not only of an inevitable | Israel, the J. DC. joins with 1 ic process," Judge Rotheni Jews the world over dent of the Jewish Naj warmest best wishes for peace tional Fund, asserted. "It was, and prosperity to the heroic n art ired and guided by the ZionJewish community of Palestine jst movement but represents in a and in welcoming the hop very tangible manner the fruit \% presented for thousands of ll president of the Amerof incomparable Jewish heroism, homeless Jews throughout thelican Birobidjan Committee, ant,n the field of battle. This is inworld to find at least in Israel r his week-end that the deed a 'day which the Lord has a chance to build tor 1 has sent a message made' and all friends of justice a new life and thus make their of brotherly greetings and best and lovers of freedom and demodesired contribution to the vishes to the state of Israel. This cracy will rejoice therein." at large." 1 message pledges "wholehearted ted historic establishment of the new Jewish state of sel, it was emphasized at the ntion of the United ;gue of America which was held at the Stevens hotel in ChiM ; % %  13 through 17. Professor Albert Einstein, the AMOci, i i 0n rld ;'pr... A..MI of En' Newipapin, Flor SUBSCRIPTION "*"*, 16.M On* Yr Two Yr Published every ft}*** ,*, N E „ y Th. Jewish Fiend'.'it J* j,. Sixth Street. Mia"" July rael and appealed to the United tered as second-c States to follow its recognition of the infant state by revoking the Palestine arms embargo. Ephim H. Jeshurin was re-elected national president of the organization, which is the largest Jewish fraternal labor group in the United States. Declaring that "the very first duty of the American Government and every other democratic nation is to see that the Security Council forthwith brings into action every power that it has under the Charter to suppress violence leading to a breach of the peace in Palestine." former Judge Joseph M. Proskauer. president of the American Jewish Committee. Jacob Blaustein, chairman of its executive committee, and Irving M. Engel, chairman of the administrative committee, in a FRED K. 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rmDAY. MAY 21. 1948 Jenisti Meridian PAGE FIVE Shss Marilyn Miller Mtes Miller Announces Troth Betrothal of two Miami Beach residents. Miss Marilyn Miller and Murray Malter, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miller of 260 Jefferson Ave. Miss Miller and Mr. Malter were both graduated from Miami Senior High school and (I the University of Miami. She is a member of Clara Hi:h Landau chapter of B'nai B'rith. The son of Mrs. Anna Malter of 4561 Post Ave., Miami Beach, the prospective bridegroom I in the Army and is now a pre-medical student at the University. Invitations have been sent to relatives and friends for a reception to be held Sunday night in the Baroque room of the Albion hotel to celebrate the engagement. N i date has been set for the wedding. Xcw Haven Girl Engaged to Siegel Announcement has been made here and in New Haven of the betrothal of Miss Rita L. Cohen, daughter of Mrs. Rose W. Cohen of that city, to Harold Irwin Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Siegel, 1132 N.W. 7th Ave. A fall wedding is planned. Now a senior at Grace hospital in New Haven. Miss Cohen will be graduated in June. Siegel attended the University r.f Florida and was graduated from the University of Miami. Having served for the Navy three years during the war, he is a member of the Coast Guard Reserve, the Jewish War Veterans and the University of Miami alumni assn. The prospective bridegroom is associated with Biscayne Paint Co. t.-' 2^3 FUR STORAGE %  Miss Lois Anne Hirsch Plans June Wedding Miss Rita Cohen Rose Chapter Installs Mrs. Norman Reinhard Miss Lois Anne Hirsch Miss Lois Anne Hirsch has planned a garden ceremony for her July 18 wedding in Mamaroneck, N. Y.. to Robert D. Lehman. Their engagement was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence J. Hirsch of 644 W. 51st Terr.. Miami Beach, and Mamaroneck. A reception in the Hirsch home in Mamaroneck Sunday will honor the betrothed couple. Miss Hirsch is a member of the Larchmont chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution. Mr. Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Lehman, Draki hotel. Philadelphia, Pa., served for three years as a lieutenant in the Maritime service. He is a member of the Engineers club of Philadelphia and the Philmont Country club. Sholom Youth Dance Temple Beth Sholom's teenage club is planning a dance and •urprise entertainment for to•norrow evening to begin in the Temple patio at 8 p.m. Admission s free to all teen-agers. The group meets regularly at '.he Temple on Tuesday evenings, 7:30 p.m. under the leadership of Moe Hoffman. Is yout assurance — your ONLY assurance — of absolute protection against summer heat that robs furs of their lustre, pliability and texture and encourages growth of moths and vermin. Fully insured for fire and theft, your furs enjoy a rejuvenation in the cold, circulating air ol our CERTIFIED Cold Vaults and come back to you more ^beautiful than ever with seasons of smart wear added to their lives. ^L PHONE 3.0869 lK§^. For Free Bonded Messenger Service ?S -*!^^l %  •; & mmCOLD S limvi.l • Cleaning • Glazing • Repairing • Remodeling I. ROSENGARTEN, FURS Miami's Pioneer Furrier—Established 1927 THE HOME OF CERTIFIED COLD FUR STORAGE 118 SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE IMiWIinMKIj^ i;S%##5. '> FUTUR Mrs, Norman Reinhard Mrs. Norman Reinhard was ini as president of the Rose Chapter B'nai B'rith Women at ceremonies held on Sunday, May 18. 8 p.m. at "Mv Brother's Place," Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables. Jack Abbott, past president of Florida State Federation B'nai B'rith, acted as installing officer. Others installed were: Mrs, Ei win Marshall, vice president; Mrs. David Platt, recording s '•: Mrs. Muriel Kastan, corr. '< %  %  : Mrs. Isadore Burak, treas.: Miss Pearl Go. don, historian; board, Mrs. Harold Reinhard. Mi^s Rmh Sherman and Mrs. P. %  field. Mrs. Norman Drubin was in charge of arrangements. New Jewelry Co. Murray Brand and Peggy Goldblum have formed a partnership under the name of RoMe, Inc., in the Professional building. MiUn > The firm will specialize in various types of specially designed jewelry. Mrs. Arnold Aids Drive Shown here is Mrs. Michael Arnold, who lead the A m e r i c a n Jewish Congress division of the SOS drive in Miami which loses today. For The Graduate Ethel now presents many attractive offering! for the graduate. Your time wU not be wasted when you look them over. ETHELEIN DRESS SHOP 236 N. MIAMI AVE. .'



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'~K3L 33 Jsmitf fkrHttr FIUDAY MAY •*: %  Political Roundup .%  %  • ] •%  ." %  -Bf nmt T jMfr'%  %  %  : i. I PBS %  -' nafea i : f 1 ... ; %  tr.Zjex.Zd %  %  %  % %  Ft i ; .. T. '" %  -' 1MI-49 meet Left to right, seated: Sa= S :.-.= : -KB-—-.-, -. Sii>= Lot?* B sa: E r.ti '.:: ^V^ .^ ^ ;-i= bwrfM IM ••" P**: Marx Feirberg. pmMint Sdasf : '"'" %  .."J ^" ^ IT -_d s -•" treasurer: Marvin rUuxin. financial ec: rear :-. L to *rde>- Cehes. HU>1 AdTisory Council; Irving SaaL guard:-. M Us. A. el Advisory Council: Jerome Weinkle. trustee. N:: ihewa a ... : %  : ; -' • --%  %  %  • r rv ... EC -_-•"-•••' % %  ''•'-" 1 r--—*—v£*ee" ~ed Saitswitx r T l i e ----.are ?*-Baraeti. a : -----"• BUI Pallet, trustee; Eli Hurwitx, Lou Heiman. tad hmg plrL* s-Jtees. S*= BVt^er. Ki^el Adrisory CounciL I %  rfPlorxia and state •' IV •''. %  Ga-t K "•' : : .' %  %  -.. be id ."•'' %  teex enBri Gen :-: -Beach Haddassah Group >1 Opa-Lc %  A M '-= %  ol %  -. Ma) ..Henn Be*c --•-• I To Meet Monday .f the %  %  %  Beach busm %  %  .: Had %  %  • %  pponent -... • Monday at B 3C p .-.-. ..-. ::.-. z~ .,'.-.-•:fM & WHA. Rabbi Leon Kronish ^ ,.... -.%  tei Ga -• %  al Prepuatkioi v..;: ^ • Atl rneyRofco* for tha poy| etc be Bitz Plaza : %  .-. %  : hicfa time a t nU I rill be Micondu ; : rJT*'; ,?..-': '..'. ..-. %  ;aj ^xby p: nplete aana outfit! will h* awai -, ...... :.: itatethe nnet and pi p p.-ientattve Bxbned lor Had—ah W .;"Lantafl .-. • %  pledf Beach Women Assist With Aged Home Concert %  .: electnre tern Congress B 6 P Dance sgrea '•'Busine .. gr-.-p '• %  :•= dar.'.e nplet•. the dance '. be held a*. Richta hotel ^^ May by "• %  orchestra All proceeds go to Pale tine M Ber n Aj •..-.'; i:i.'.i ttee for the M 'the Je • %  : -' •• %  i thi I i^ the H >me '•' I A itina her were M tein %  '. J Nathan Ne ui M rj D-'-.; M and M "UK WIIX SERVE YOI WELL** ELECT C. E. "CHARLIE" RODGERS CONSTABLE 3rd DISTRICT Your Friendly and Courteous RepreeentatiTe 7 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. 18 YEARS IN DADE COUNTY. p| | WE RECOMMEND TO THE VOTERS OF DADE COUNTY... DAN MCCARTY AS YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR... We have known Dan for over 25 years as a citizen of high character completely honest tolerant and above all free of any political machines with these principles • • • a legislative background seldom offered by any gubernatorial candidate and a history of successful business operation • Dan McCarty will serve Florida well. MR. AND MRS. RALPH RUBIN AND FAMILY FORT PIERCE. FLA. d'ol Adv. paid for by th* Rubin Family ot l



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rBTDAY. MAY 21, 1948 *J&*istftor£cfter> Dr. Weizmann First President Jewish State TEL AVIV, Israel, (JTA)— Dr. Chaim Weizmann, veteran Zionist statesman who has worked for t he establishment of a Jewish stati' in Palestine since the turn of the century, was elected this week President of the provisional government of Israel at a special session of the 37-member National Council. A motion calling for his election to the presidency was made bv Dr. Felix Rosenblueth, minister of justice, who stressed that the "first step of the state of Israel must be linked with the name of the man who has done the most for Zionism." Premier and War Minister David Ben Gurion seconded the motion asserting that "although sometimes we had differences of opinion, fortunately full agreement was always reached in the end. "Weiznuum always insisted on the fight for the declaration of the state of Israel. The Jewish people is bound to honor him. It is inconceivable that Dr. Weizmann should not stand at the head of the state." Dr. Weizmann's election was carried, with the Revisionists voting against him and the United Workers Party and the single Communist member abstaining. PAGE SEVEN Legion Installs l ii. Holt man Lawrence E. Hoffman, Miami Beach attorney and veteran of World War II, was installed as commander of American Legion post 85 Tuesday by Vance Stirrup of Key West, commander for the 10th district of Florida. The ceremonies were conducted in the post home, 1828 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. Other officers installed were Victor P. Silverman, first vice commander; Sol H. Brown, second vice cmdr.; Louis Auerbach, finance officer; Phil Gallagher, chaplain; Ernie Gardos, sergeant-at-arms; and Herman Glasser, historian. Mt. Sinai Agreement With Miami Beach A resolution was adopted by the city council of Miami Beach at their regular meeting last Wednesday approving an operating agreement with the Mount Sinai Hospital for the Nautilus Hotel property in the event that the War Effort Administration awards the property to the City of Miami Beach. GO TO THE POLLS ON TUESDAY! VOTE MAY 25th Beth David Men Postpone Meeting Due to the annual Federation meeting this coming Wednesday, the regular meeting of Beth David Men's Club will be postponed to Thursday evening, May 27 at 8:15 p.m. at Beth David auditorium. Annual picnic which marks the closing of Sunday school activities on June 6, annual fatherchild breakfast on Fathers' day, June 20, and discussion on plans for the new buildings, will make up the agenda. Guest speaker will be Herbert Levine, chairman of Court of Honor of Boy Scouts. NEW YORK, (JTA)—Dr. Weizmann issued the following statement of acceptance when informed of his election: "I am proud of the* great honor bestowed upon me by the provisional council of government of the state of Israel in electing me as its first President. It is in a humble spirit that I accept this election and I am deeply grateful to the council for the confidence which it has reposed in me. "I dedicate myself to the service of the land and people in whose cause I have been privileged to labor these many years. I send to the provisional government and people of Israel this expression of my deepest and most heartfelt affection invokinq the blessing of God upon them. I pray that the struggle forced upon us will speedily end and will be succeeded by an era of peace, development, and prosperity for the people of Israel and those who are waiting to join us in the construction and advancement of the new state. Sholeni Picnie More than 300 persons attended the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith second annual picnic at Greynolds Park last Sunday, accordinn to Perry Botwin, chairman. Those assisting included: Sam Messer, physical education Instructor; Sally Hunter, Peggy Csordas. Sam Smemo, Bill Hecht, John Tobin, Pat Dinenanzo, Andy Musanto, Henry Cobbs, Joe Fromkin, Irving Saal, Henry Shier, Bill Pallot and Marx Feinberg. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers Mrs. Myers Serves Women's Group Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, prominent in the activities of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been appointed to a special committee organized by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds to stimulate the development of year round participation of women in community service. Stanley C. Myers, CJFWF president, declared that each member of the nineteen-woman committee had distinguished herself in women's division activity in her own community, and had demonstrated "the kind of ability and leadership which should be available to the entire country." Mrs. Myers is the wife of the Council president. "Women have more to contribute than raising funds," Mr. Myers said. "Their tremendous enthusiasm, deep interest, and great abilities should be enlisted in all types of community service the year-around. It will be the purpose of this committee to help develop such service throughout the country." The special committee grew out of discussions held at the CJFWF General Assemblies of 1947 and 1948. It will try to increase women's participation on boards and committees of federations, welfare funds and community councils. The interest of women in their community social services will be advanced. A six point program has been formulated which will stimulate activity throughout the country. GO TO THE POLLS ON TUESDAY! Air-Conditioned Praet.ee Studios *•* THE ONLY MUSIC STORE ON THE BEACH 1224 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH Mpholstering &f Slip Covers I Mtraperies A Bed Spreads Head Boards Corniees A Made to Order Reasonably Priced f Quality work guaranteed THE ORIGINAL JOSEPH J. p RAWLSON 704 N. E. 1st AVENUE &f PHONE 3-0151 FOR REPRESENTATIVE WITH SAMPLES &Q*&jpU. ROKEACH / *! •"!*> I m* JM • m BW BORS peucious HOT %  I. ROKEACH I. SONS IN. •BOOKIYN MY. HMBWMftl N.J. BEfT SOUP 21 CHILLED YOUR SHERIFF JIMMY SULLIVAN I want to thank all my good friends who supported me on May 4th, and I earnestly solicit their continuous support on May 25th. Again I thank you. Your Sheriff JIMMY SULLIVAN Paid Polltloal Adv. • r •



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PAGE OGHT •Jeist Hcrkl&r FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1943 Personally Speaking Since June is the month of br.des. May must nature--.z~ the most popular time icr showers. At any rate notice c: "~y such -Lrs hcnor-nc; beaoeh zr.e-s are rc:r_ng _-.': the ciice constantly. One of -he'hrst this mon wus tor Miss Dorothy Roe Gc: = s-e_-. pro: :o r.er marrioge to L:. V.'alter Sermon, c: C.'.corc last 5-r.oov oer-ocr. Tr.e off air was given by her s.s:er-_-.low. Mrs. bv-r. Gooldstein. Mrs. Don Eanett and Mrs. Jack S-ahc-e _-. Mrs. Goldsteins home. 63€7 S.W. 14th St. A m-s-cellor.ecus shower feting Miss Ar.r.e S e.n wos beM Me-/ 9 r. me home of Mrs. Jack Stem. 633 Michigan Ave. Miami Bec-h oiver. m the form of a buffet supper for 20 guwti %  ~ =^:er-m-lcw of the honored guest and also Mrs. Louis Xatz. Miss Stem is the June 20 bride-elect c: Marty :
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^ME 21-NUMBER 20
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1948
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REBIRTH OF NATION
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TEL AVIV, (WNS)The state of Israel the first Jewish com-
jmonwealth in the 1878 years since the destruction of Judea by
line legions of the Roman Empire, came into being on Friday
"udnight, May 15, the sixth day of the month of Iyar in this 5708
I the Hebrew calendar, by virtue of a proclamation issued here
fa the "Sabbath eve, the fifth day of Iyar,"-by the Jewish Na-
fonal Council of Palestine.
As the British mandate over Palestine neared its end and
%h Commissioner Cunningham was preparing to leave the
country, the Council proclaimed a Jewish Provisional Govern-
ment. It declared:
"We, members of the National Council representing the
Jewish people in Palestine and the Zionist movement of the
paid, met together in solemn assembly on the day of the term-
^ion of the British Mandate for Palestine, and by virtue of
pural rights and the historic rights of the Jewish people, and
ty resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations,
Hereby proclaim the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine
Recalled Israel*."
I The proclamation in addition promised to safeguard all re-
Pa places and shrines and dedicated itself to the "principles
Cth* Charter of the United Nations." It also appealed to the
pted Nations for help in the building of the state, asked ad-
mission to the international organization and extended an offer
of peace to the Arabs in Palestine and the neighboring Arab
states.
Pointing to the contribution of Palestine's Jews in the war
against the Nazis, which "gained them the title to rank with the
peoples who founded the United Nations," the proclamation
stated that "recognition by the United Nations of the right of the
Jewish people to establish their independent state may not be
revoked." The proclamation concluded with an attestation of
faith which read: "With trust in Almighty God, we set our hand
to this declaration in the city of Tel Aviv on this Sabbath eve,,
the fifth day of Iyar, 5708."
On Thursday night, May 13, hours before the state of Israel
was proclaimed, the seven states composing the Arab League
declared that a state of war exists between them and the Jews
of Palestine. These states are Syria, Lebanon, Transjordan,,
Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.
Haganah, the army of the new Jewish government, was in.
readiness for a full-scale invasion by Arab armies from three'
sides, from the north, the south and the east. All its 70,000 men
and women were sent to battle stations to defend he 5500 square
miles of the newly-created Jewish state. All men and women up
to 35 years were mobilized.
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LIVES OF OUR TIMES
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RABRI STEPHEN SAMfJF/ WlfF
r-*~-i w, NORMAN .rJ SOL NOlXi
'.. i, RHOOA B SIMuN
MFTY-FIVl YEARS AGO, A
ERKHIS-MIWDED YOUTH OF
19 STARTED OUT OH A RABBIN-
ICAL CAREER TO WHICH Hi STILL
LEHOS HONOR T0PAY-- .
BORN IK BUDAPEST OF A
DISTINGUISHED FAMILY OF
RABBIS, STEPHEN WAS
BR0U6HT TO THE US. AT
THE A6E OF ONE
COMPLETING HIS STUDIES AT
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN 1901
(PH,D), THE YOUNG MAN RECEIVED
HIS RABBINICAL TRAINING PRIVATE-
LY.
IN 1893, YOUNG WISE TOOK HIS
FIRST POSITIOH AS ASSISTANT
RABBI OF THE MADISON AVENUE
SYNAGOGUE OF NY. SEVEN YEARS
LATER, HE WAS CALLED TO
PORTLAND, OREGON WHERE HE
OFFICIATED UNTIL 1906.
M FREE SYNAG06UE OF N.Y. WHICH WISE
FOUNDED IN 1907 HELPED TO STRENGTHEN
THE LIBERAL FORCES IN AMERICAN JUDAISM,
AN UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP, BECAME ONE OF
THE MOST INFLUENTIAL C0N6.IN THE U.S.
IN 1898, WISE AIDED IN FOUNDING
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF
AMERICA AND SERVED AS ITS
PRESIDENT IN 1917 AND FROM 1936-38.
RABBI WISE SAW THE NEED FOR A SCHOOL
WHERE YOUNG JEWS COULD BE TRAINED
FOR LEADERSHIP IN THE ministry, education
AND SOCIAL SERVICE; IN 1922,HE FOUNDED
THE JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION TO
ACCOMPLISH THESE GOALS.
WISE,DEEPLY ATTACHED TO THE MASSES,
ASSUMED LEADERSHIP IN THE CREATION OF
THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, THE
WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, AND IN THE EARLY
40s, BECAME CHAIRMAN OF THE AMERICAN
EMERGENCY COUNCIL FOR ZIONIST AFFAIRS.
STILL A MAJOR FACTOR IN THE AMERICAN-JEWISH
SCENE TODAY, HE CONTINUES TO DEVOTE HIMSELF
WHOLEHEARTEDLY TO THE CAUSES HE HAS HELD CLOSE
All HIS LIFE--
li>a<*h Zionists
Veto Lohrman
Plans are being formulated for
a breakfast celebrating the birth-
: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, ac-
cording to an announcement
made by Harold Shapiro, Miami
attorney, chairman of the
Shapiro stated that the
i fast is to honor Rabbi Lehr-
man because of his outstanding
i in behalf of the Zionist
i
S; nsored by the Miami Beach
Zionist District, the breakfast
will be held at the Steak House,
2362 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
on Sunday. June 6, at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Stahl Aids Haganah
Charles Stahl of 5161 S.W.
4tli St. is giving a card party at
her liome Sunday evening, pro-
to be given to the Haganah.
arty begins at 8 p.m. and
the public is welcome.
Federation To
Elect May 26
The tenth annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will be held on
Wednesday night. May 26, at
the Miami YMHA, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Morris
Klass. executive director of the
federation.
Guest speaker will be Stan-
ley C. Myers, prominent local
attorney, who is national pres-
ident of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
His topic will be "Social Plan-
ning"
Jacob Sher, president of the
federation, will preside. Elocu-
tion of officers and governors
will be held and annual re-
ports will be submitted by
President Sher and Executive
D;recto-- Klass.
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Dan MeCarty joined the ranks
of prominent individuals through-
out the nation this week in greet-
ing the establishment of the Jew-
ish state in Palestine.
MeCarty wired the Jewish
Floridian last Saturday extend-
ing congratulations to the Jew-
ish people. He expressed par-
ticular pleasure in his message
"that our government was the
first to recognize the State of
Israel." "The Jewish people de-
serve this recognization and a
place among the nations of the
world," he added. "The State of
Israel will give them an oppor-
tunity to open the doors of Pal-
estine and offer a haven to the
displaced persons of Europe wh<
were wandering hopelessly and
endlessly.
"It is my sincere wish that
nther nations of the world will
also recognize the State of Is-
rael and assist the United Nations
n creating a speedy cessation of
hostilities."
GO TO THE POLLS ON
TUESDAY!
VOTE MAY 25th
Vegetarian Society
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, author
of the book "Spinoza: A Life of
Reason," will be guest speaker
ami Vegetarian society Saturday
evening. They will meet at 8
p.m. in the outdoor auditorium of
the Spinoza forum, 124 11th St.,
at a meeting of the Greater Mi- Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY. MAY 21. 194
EDITORIAL
Rebirth Of A \mtion
The commonwealth of which Jews had drecmed and ior
whose restoration they had prayed for almost nineteen hundred
years is a dream no longer. It is a reality nowthe fruition of
an historical process which neither time nor foe could frustrate,
the fulfillment of faith and prophecy.
There has been no joy in Israel since the days of Hitler. The
memory of the six million Jewish martyrs who perished under
the blight of Hitlerdom is too heavy upon us to indulge in free
;ubilation eve: the prodancitiOB z: the Jewish s:z:e. the =:a:e z:
Israel. Nor are the circumstances under which it was bom
propitious for unbridled joy. It was bom in the travail of con-
flict and bloodshed. And, unless the nations of the world rise to
the historic height of the occasion, many agonizing days still
lie ahead for the brave men and women who are girding them-
selves against foreign invaders.
A hard and bloody struggle faces the defenders of the new
state of Israel. They may have to engage all the surrounding
Arab countries in a bitter war for physical survival. To win the
war for the survival of the newly-born state will require material
resources, intelligence and courage. The Jews in Palestine have
demonstrated a faith and determination of unyielding quality.
They are the descendants of a people which challenged the
ravages of centuries. Faith and arms will bring them triumph.
But if they are to emerge early victors, they must go to battle
with the knowledge that behind them stands the support, morale
and material, of Jews eveywhere.
As we Jews in America congratulate each other on the oc-
casion of this revolutionary turn in the history and destiny of
Israel, and as we extend our profound greetings and heartfelt
"mazel tov" to the brave men and women of the new land of
Israel, we must not forget that we, too, though not citizens of the
new state, are part of "Am Israel," the People of Israel.
"Save The State-
With the present desperate plight of Jews in Palestine de-
scribed to them by Henry Morgenthau, Jr.. in a nationwide tele-
phone hookup, local leaders of the Jewish community initiated
last Wednesday night a "Save the State of Israel" campaign.
Pledging themselves to do everything in their power to
bring help "to Haganah, the valiant defender of the Jewish
Homeland," the group called upon the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to reopen its drive for funds and raise a minimum of
5250,000 in an intensified campaign in the next few weeks.
The Federation Board of Governors meets as we go to press
tonight to act officially on the resolution urging "this commun-
ity in company with Jewish communities throughout the United
States, to dedicate itself to the solemn task of rescuing the new-
bora Jewish State from the hands of its invaders."
"I solemnly appeal to every Jewish community in the United
States to dedicate anew with consecration and vigor its cam-
paign efforts in recognition of the vast responsibilities that have
now arisen," declared Mr. Morgenthau, National Chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal. "I solemnly appeal to the leaders
and the workers who have worked zealously and tirelessly in
recent months to take new courage and new strength from oui
wonderful people in Palestine and rededicate themselves to a
new and more glorious chapter in this 1948 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal."
Speaking over the nationwide telephone hookup in addi-
tion to Mr. Morgenthau, were Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, Dr. Israel
Goldstein and William Rosenwald, national co-chcirmen of
the United Jewish Appeal, all adding their pleas for assistance.
It is a certainly that Miami's leaders will answer the call.
We know that Miami Jewry will not fail!
Jewish Leaders Express Hopes For State Of Israel
NEW YORK. IJTAJ The
ih community in the United
Jewi in Israel and
..-Id this week
ablishment
f the Ji '--- Special
thank -. were held
ver the week-end
.r.::y Jew
leaders in luding D: Chain)
Weizm in Dr Abba H. Bilvei
and >tl uled the est W n-
lel
Di AM H Hi Bilvi
..-. Ml of
the sued a state -
ment declaring thai the Jewish
.. late Jewish t
, tt >me alive in a
Dr. Israel Goldstein, national Henry Morgenthau, Jr., former 1 support for your attaining
chairman of the United Pa!est:r. tary of the Treasury and speedy recognition by the United
Appeal. expressed confidence general chairman of the United States, and all the other mem-
that "all the obstacles in U i -h Appeal campaign for
path of the Jewish state will be $250,000,000, appealed to the' U.S.
surmounted, and the civ-.lized Government to recognize the new
world will have reason to bless Jewish state immediately. As-
the day when the Jewish tab erting that the establishment of
. prophecy of Amos, Israel is the inevitable outcome
: be read in synagogues ,A :he L- N- partition decision of
is being fulfilled.''
Dr Stephen S Wise, president
)1 the An an Jewish Congress.
d "..".at "as American Jews
. ; DOS to our
lea by giving our strength
our rasoorcel our faith to the
land of 19 centuries of unwc iru I
U I :'. the a?': I th
last N vember, he declared that
America's national interests will
be strengthened in winning the
state as an ally.
"The setting up of the provi-
-1 vernment of Israel marks
a change in the relationship of
:. Zi mists to Palestine."
'.: Samuel W. Halprin. national
bers of the United Nations.''
Meanwhile. Frank Goldman,
national president of the organ-
ization, telegraphed President
Truman, expressing gratification
at his recognition of Israel. The
text of the message follows: "De-
of statement issue I
behalf of the ( wel-
comed the recognil nw
state of Israel by Tru-
man.
The statement :- thai
"at this critical time, It Im-
portant to define the relations
of American Jew 9 11 this new
government. The J A Ameri-
ca are of the very essence of ".he
Emanu I N imann pres
Id -. ibti and Israel's loyal-
ex- ... q.^j -Diess pjretz president of Hadassah. declared
bine throughout thi L God give the ancient and "The Jews of Israel are now citi-
r give thanks (hat -,. .-.,..,. land of Israel His safe- zens of their own country. They
.,.-_. have been pared to witn* M will make and abide by their
.'. the age-old Louis Lipsky, chairman of the own laws, choose their own leg-
executive committe. jftheAraer- islators, tax and govern them-
ican Jewi h Conference, declared selves, and speak on their own
May behalf in the council members
he nations."
s. Simcha Rabinowitz, na-
r.t of the Mizrachi
inal '
the
' '" Jews throughout the world but
to all people everywhere who be-
lieve I t and just must be
the : principles of in-
itional relations."
The religious, cultural, and
'.opment of American
man of the Joint D wi '. be profoundly stimu-
lighted at your announcement of
your official recognition of the {body politic of ou rtiy. w
Republic of Israel. Thousands of | Jews in America must entertain
people of the Jewish faith will 1 for tr,js new government the
bless you for this act of wise j warmest feeling :': rnitytrf
extend to it u: ;e ev;'
dences of good will. But polite*
lv. we have not and cannot na\e
anv attachment I I G vera'
ment of Israel. W. >*
of the citizens of I* **
citizens of America al ne.
Meanwhile, a statement w
Lessing J. Roienwald, presi
of the American Council
. iL..*. cffr.rt place once more as a corporate
' ^S^LXlSw body among the nations."
and suostance to hep the new
in every form possible and
appropriate."
Edward II M. Warburg, chair-
for this act of
statesmanship. I am certain that
the American people and the
people of Israel will maintain
close friendship and together wiB
foster the democratic way."
The officers of the Metropoli-
tan Council of B'nai B'rith have
contributed blood to the plasma
bank of the Red Mogen David for
shipment to Israel. They initiated
a campaign within the organiza-
tion which is expected to bring
between 25.000 and 45,000 B'nai
B'rith members in this city to
the plasma center.
The closing session of the Work-
men's Circle convention here
hailed the establishment of Is-
for Ju-
daism, commenting n the P
(Continued on Page !>>
rJenist fkridiW
Committee, declared that '
"The .'.-public of Israel is the. the proclamation of the state of
result not only of an inevitable | Israel, the J. DC. joins with 1
ic process," Judge Rothen- i Jews the world over
dent of the Jewish Na- j warmest best wishes for peace
tional Fund, asserted. "It was, and prosperity to the heroic
n art ired and guided by the Zion- Jewish community of Palestine
jst movement but represents in a and in welcoming the hop
very tangible manner the fruit \% presented for thousands of ll president of the Amer-
of incomparable Jewish heroism, homeless Jews throughout thelican Birobidjan Committee, an-
t,n the field of battle. This is in- world to find at least in Israel r his week-end that the
deed a 'day which the Lord has a chance to build tor 1 has sent a message
made' and all friends of justice a new life and thus make their of brotherly greetings and best
and lovers of freedom and demo- desired contribution to the vishes to the state of Israel. This
cracy will rejoice therein." at large." 1 message pledges "wholehearted
ted historic establish-
ment of the new Jewish state of
sel, it was emphasized at the
ntion of the United
- ;gue of America which was
held at the Stevens hotel in Chi-
M ; 13 through 17.
Professor Albert Einstein, the
AMOci,ii-0nrld;'pr... A..MI
of En'
Newipapin, Flor
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rael and appealed to the United tered as second-c
States to follow its recognition
of the infant state by revoking
the Palestine arms embargo. Ep-
him H. Jeshurin was re-elected
national president of the organ-
ization, which is the largest Jew-
ish fraternal labor group in the
United States.
Declaring that "the very first
duty of the American Govern-
ment and every other democratic
nation is to see that the Security
Council forthwith brings into ac-
tion every power that it has un-
der the Charter to suppress vio-
lence leading to a breach of the
peace in Palestine." former Judge
Joseph M. Proskauer. president
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee. Jacob Blaustein, chairman of
its executive committee, and Irv-
ing M. Engel, chairman of the
administrative committee, in a
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PAGE FIVE
Shss Marilyn Miller
Mtes Miller
Announces Troth
Betrothal of two Miami Beach
residents. Miss Marilyn Miller
and Murray Malter, is announced
today by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Miller of 260 Jef-
ferson Ave.
Miss Miller and Mr. Malter
were both graduated from Miami
Senior High school and
(I the University of Mi-
ami. She is a member of Clara
Hi:- h Landau chapter of B'nai
B'rith.
The son of Mrs. Anna Malter
of 4561 Post Ave., Miami Beach,
the prospective bridegroom
I in the Army and is now
a pre-medical student at the Un-
iversity.
Invitations have been sent to
relatives and friends for a re-
ception to be held Sunday night
in the Baroque room of the Al-
bion hotel to celebrate the en-
gagement.
N i date has been set for the
wedding.
Xcw Haven Girl
Engaged to Siegel
Announcement has been made
here and in New Haven of the
betrothal of Miss Rita L. Cohen,
daughter of Mrs. Rose W. Cohen
of that city, to Harold Irwin
Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Siegel, 1132 N.W. 7th Ave.
A fall wedding is planned.
Now a senior at Grace hospital
in New Haven. Miss Cohen will
be graduated in June.
Siegel attended the University
r.f Florida and was graduated
from the University of Miami.
Having served for the Navy three
years during the war, he is a
member of the Coast Guard Re-
serve, the Jewish War Veterans
and the University of Miami
alumni assn. The prospective
bridegroom is associated with
Biscayne Paint Co.
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her July 18 wedding in Mamaro-
neck, N. Y.. to Robert D. Lehman.
Their engagement was announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Laurence J. Hirsch of 644 W. 51st
Terr.. Miami Beach, and Mamaro-
neck.
A reception in the Hirsch home
in Mamaroneck Sunday will honor
the betrothed couple.
Miss Hirsch is a member of
the Larchmont chapter. Daughters
of the American Revolution.
Mr. Lehman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter J. Lehman, Draki
hotel. Philadelphia, Pa., served
for three years as a lieutenant
in the Maritime service. He is a
member of the Engineers club of
Philadelphia and the Philmont
Country club.
Sholom Youth Dance
Temple Beth Sholom's teen-
age club is planning a dance and
urprise entertainment for to-
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Place," Ponce de Leon Blvd..
Coral Gables.
Jack Abbott, past president of
Florida State Federation
B'nai B'rith, acted as installing
officer. Others installed were:
Mrs, Ei win Marshall, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. David Platt, recording
s': Mrs. Muriel Kastan, corr.
'< : Mrs. Isadore Burak, treas.:
Miss Pearl Go. don, historian;
board, Mrs. Harold Reinhard.
Mi^s Rmh Sherman and Mrs. P.
field.
Mrs. Norman Drubin was in
charge of arrangements.
New Jewelry Co.
Murray Brand and Peggy Gold-
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under the name of RoMe, Inc.,
in the Professional building. Mi-
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Your Friendly and
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7 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A LAW ENFORCE-
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WE RECOMMEND TO
THE VOTERS OF DADE
COUNTY...
DAN
Mccarty
AS YOUR NEXT
GOVERNOR...
We have known Dan for over 25 years as a citizen of high
character completely honest tolerant and above all
free of any political machines with these principles a
legislative background seldom offered by any gubernatorial
candidate and a history of successful business operation
Dan McCarty will serve Florida well.
MR. AND MRS. RALPH RUBIN AND FAMILY
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rBTDAY. MAY 21, 1948
*J&*istftorcfter>
Dr. Weizmann
First President
Jewish State
TEL AVIV, Israel, (JTA) Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, veteran Zion-
ist statesman who has worked for
the establishment of a Jewish
stati' in Palestine since the turn
of the century, was elected this
week President of the provisional
government of Israel at a special
session of the 37-member Na-
tional Council.
A motion calling for his elec-
tion to the presidency was made
bv Dr. Felix Rosenblueth, minis-
ter of justice, who stressed that
the "first step of the state of
Israel must be linked with the
name of the man who has done
the most for Zionism." Premier
and War Minister David Ben
Gurion seconded the motion as-
serting that "although sometimes
we had differences of opinion,
fortunately full agreement was
always reached in the end.
"Weiznuum always insisted on
the fight for the declaration of
the state of Israel. The Jewish
people is bound to honor him. It
is inconceivable that Dr. Weiz-
mann should not stand at the
head of the state." Dr. Weiz-
mann's election was carried, with
the Revisionists voting against
him and the United Workers
Party and the single Communist
member abstaining.
PAGE SEVEN
Legion Installs
l ii. Holt man
Lawrence E. Hoffman, Miami
Beach attorney and veteran of
World War II, was installed as
commander of American Legion
post 85 Tuesday by Vance Stirrup
of Key West, commander for the
10th district of Florida. The
ceremonies were conducted in the
post home, 1828 Alton Rd., Mi-
ami Beach.
Other officers installed were
Victor P. Silverman, first vice
commander; Sol H. Brown,
second vice cmdr.; Louis Auer-
bach, finance officer; Phil Gal-
lagher, chaplain; Ernie Gardos,
sergeant-at-arms; and Herman
Glasser, historian.
Mt. Sinai Agreement
With Miami Beach
A resolution was adopted by
the city council of Miami Beach
at their regular meeting last
Wednesday approving an oper-
ating agreement with the Mount
Sinai Hospital for the Nautilus
Hotel property in the event
that the War Effort Adminis-
tration awards the property to
the City of Miami Beach.
GO TO THE POLLS ON
TUESDAY!
VOTE MAY 25th
Beth David Men
Postpone Meeting
Due to the annual Federation
meeting this coming Wednesday,
the regular meeting of Beth
David Men's Club will be post-
poned to Thursday evening, May
27 at 8:15 p.m. at Beth David
auditorium.
Annual picnic which marks the
closing of Sunday school activi-
ties on June 6, annual father-
child breakfast on Fathers' day,
June 20, and discussion on plans
for the new buildings, will make
up the agenda.
Guest speaker will be Herbert
Levine, chairman of Court of
Honor of Boy Scouts.
NEW YORK, (JTA)Dr. Weiz-
mann issued the following state-
ment of acceptance when in-
formed of his election: "I am
proud of the* great honor be-
stowed upon me by the provi-
sional council of government of
the state of Israel in electing me
as its first President. It is in a
humble spirit that I accept this
election and I am deeply grateful
to the council for the confidence
which it has reposed in me.
"I dedicate myself to the
service of the land and people
in whose cause I have been
privileged to labor these many
years. I send to the provisional
government and people of Is-
rael this expression of my deep-
est and most heartfelt affection
invokinq the blessing of God
upon them. I pray that the
struggle forced upon us will
speedily end and will be suc-
ceeded by an era of peace, de-
velopment, and prosperity for
the people of Israel and those
who are waiting to join us in
the construction and advance-
ment of the new state.
Sholeni Picnie
More than 300 persons attended
the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith
second annual picnic at Grey-
nolds Park last Sunday, accord-
inn to Perry Botwin, chairman.
Those assisting included: Sam
Messer, physical education In-
structor; Sally Hunter, Peggy
Csordas. Sam Smemo, Bill Hecht,
John Tobin, Pat Dinenanzo, Andy
Musanto, Henry Cobbs, Joe
Fromkin, Irving Saal, Henry
Shier, Bill Pallot and Marx Fein-
berg.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
Mrs. Myers Serves
Women's Group
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, prom-
inent in the activities of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has been appointed to a
special committee organized by
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to stim-
ulate the development of year
round participation of women in
community service.
Stanley C. Myers, CJFWF pres-
ident, declared that each mem-
ber of the nineteen-woman com-
mittee had distinguished herself
in women's division activity in
her own community, and had
demonstrated "the kind of ability
and leadership which should be
available to the entire country."
Mrs. Myers is the wife of the
Council president.
"Women have more to con-
tribute than raising funds," Mr.
Myers said. "Their tremendous
enthusiasm, deep interest, and
great abilities should be enlisted
in all types of community serv-
ice the year-around. It will be
the purpose of this committee to
help develop such service
throughout the country."
The special committee grew out
of discussions held at the CJFWF
General Assemblies of 1947 and
1948. It will try to increase wom-
en's participation on boards and
committees of federations, wel-
fare funds and community coun-
cils. The interest of women in
their community social services
will be advanced. A six point
program has been formulated
which will stimulate activity
throughout the country.
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FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1943
Personally Speaking .
Since June is the month of br.des. May must nature--.- z~
the most popular time icr showers. At any rate notice c: "~y
such -l- rs hcnor-nc; beaoeh zr.e-s are rc:r_ng _-.': the
ciice constantly.
One of -he'hrst this mon wus tor Miss Dorothy Roe Gc: =
s-e_-. pro: :o r.er marrioge to L:. V.'alter Sermon, c: C.'.corc
last 5-r.oov oer-ocr. Tr.e off air was given by her s.s:er-_-.-
low. Mrs. bv-r. Gooldstein. Mrs. Don Eanett and Mrs. Jack
S-ahc-e _-. Mrs. Goldsteins home. 637 S.W. 14th St.
A m-s-cellor.ecus shower feting Miss Ar.r.e S-e.n wos beM
Me-/ 9 r. me home of Mrs. Jack Stem. 633 Michigan Ave.
Miami Bec-h oiver. m the form of a buffet supper for 20 guwti
~ =^:er-m-lcw of the honored guest and also Mrs. Louis
Xatz. Miss Stem is the June 20 bride-elect c: Marty : whom s.-.e o!or_s to exchange vows in the Robert Richter hotel
?! = = ?.'os:yr. V.'or.-. was duly feted las: Sunday by scrr.e
4. fr.e.-.ds _r. the home of Miss Doris Shapiro, who was as-
sist- bv the bride-elect's mother and an aunt, Mrs. Anne
Broemon". Also planning a June 2Cth weddir.g. Miss Worth will
become Mrs Gerold ?. Soltz in the home of Rcbbi Irving Lehr-
nan Othai ore-nuptial parties in her honor have included a
dinner party is the'home of the prospective bridegroom's aunt,
Mrs Wdte Stern. Miami Beach, and a similar affair at which
Mrs Sylvia Cohen was hostess.
* *
The usual siege of Greater Miamians leaving often for
cooler carts, has begun.
Mr! and Mrs. Daniel Broad of 961 48th St.. Miami Beach.
are leaving Monday for an extended trip to Los Angeles. They
will -ate up residence there for the present at 901 South
Tre-.a.ne, Los Angeles.
Mi and Mrs. Joseph A. Kocos of 814 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach, olar. to be ewey two months in which time they will
. around New York. Boston and Plymouth, Mass.
Leavma :omorrow to witness the graduation of their son
are Mr. and' Mrs. Jack Apte. Stuart has been attending Gordon
Military academy, Bamesville, Ga.
Attending a convention of the American Psycho-Analytic
society and 'be American Psychiatric association in Wcshing-
-..-., D. C. were Dr. and Mrs. A. Lester Stepner oi Miami Beach.
They are zxpeced home this weekend.
Mrs. Harry Boyeil of 1096 Venetian Way has left to visit
her daughter, Barbara, a student at Hollins College. Roanoke,
'.'; From there she will travel to the University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor where another daughter, Molly Ann, plans to be
graduated with her fiance, David Weiss, June 12. Mrs. Boyeil
and both the girla will be back around July 1.
* *
Mrs. Jacob L. Andron flew to New York this week to under-
go an operation at Lebanon hopsital, Bronx, N. Y. She is ac-
companied by her husband.
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J. H Kate of 2239 S.W. 21st St. has returned home after a
year visiting relatives in Johannesburg, S. Africa.
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And though the season is officially over northerners are
still co.-r...-.a to Miami to visit Mr. and Mrs. Morris Arluck and
their children from Staten Island, New York, are the guests of
Mr. and Mri Otto Kaplow. Mrs. Arluck's parents, at the r new
boms IOC S.W. 45th Ave. A brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kaplow, are entertaining the visitors and all their
friends here from Staten Island with a party this week.
Mrs. Harolod Berkowitz (left)
Mrs. Leo Braverman f right j
Lloyd I'
Miami N-n of Doable Wedding:
Misses llerkowitz. Gropper Wed
I graduate school there. A veteran
of three years with the Army
Medical corps, he ..ed in
A double ceremony the eve- Berkowitz: a brother-in-law of; Scotland.
ning of May 9 in the auditorium Berkowitz, Walter Mackauf; an-' Berkowitz and b were
the new Miami Y building other brother Abe Berkowitz; I both graduated from Miami High
''and Henry Ellins. school and are active 1:. the
Mrs. Braverman. a graduate of ; Emanon club of Miami Having
Miami High school, attended the j attended Georgia Military aca-
University of Miami. She has;demy, he is now associated with
been active in the Miami Y. Busi- A & B Pipe and Steel Co.
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BOX 2738, MIAMI
two pr uninent Miami
far...lie? and one from Newark.
N J. Over one thousand people
we e present to witness the wed-
dings of Miss Mildred Berkowitz
to Leo Braverman and MiM
Clarice Gropper to Harold Be-rk-
-.'. its
Rabbis Murray Grauer. Simon
April and Max Shapiro, assisted
by Cantor Maurice Mamches. of-
fic.ated at the services which
took place under a white flower-
ed canopy against a flower-fern
.-ja.nground set off with candlea-
oras. A reception for guests fol-
lowed the ceremony.
Having toured Florida the
Bravermans are now in Cuba,
the Berkowitz couple are
Honeymooning at present in New
York The newly weds all plan
to reside in Miami upon their
return.
The former Miss Gropper is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Gropper of 2615 S.W. 18th
St. Her husband's and the new
M:s. Braverrr.an's parents are
M:. and Mrs Phillip Berkowitz
of 701 S.W. 27th Rd. Braverman
s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Braverman of Newark, N. J.
Both brides chose their sisters
as matrons of honor, Mrs. Rose
Mackauf for Miss Berkowitz.
Mrs. Theima Nelson for Miss
per. Braverman's bride was
also attended by Miss Marilyn
Zeligman who was maid of honor.
Mrs. Seymour Fleischer and Mrs.
Ralph Swisko, bridesmatrons.
and Miss Doris Gold, bridesmaid.
Another sister. Miss Lucille Grop-
per, was maid of honor for Mrs.
Berkowitz. Her other attendants
were Miss Helen Ellins and Mrs.
Sam Greenstein.
Patricia Mackauf was flower
girl and Stephen Mackauf, ring-
bearer.
Best men for Berkowitz and
Braverman, respectively, were a
brother and brother-in-law, Al
Berkowitz and Gerald Goldman
of Newark. Ushers included Ar-
thur Gold; a brother, Donald
group of B'nai B'rith. and with
the Red Cross during the war.
and is a charter member of the
Miami Emanon club. Her hus-
band received his bachelor's de-
gree in accounting at New York
university and his master's in
business administration at the
the double occas: in included Mr.
and Mrs. William Rosenberg from
Brooklyn; Mrs. Rose Gordon.
Sidney Gordon and Rev. and
Mrs. Isaac Berkowitz, Bronx, N
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. M Silver-
man. Jacksonville: Mrs Sophie
Braverman of living", m, N. J
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+Jewi PAGE NINE
iliss Goldstein, 14. Herman
Exchange Vows In Temple Israel
graduated from University of Ill-
inois pre-medical and medical
schools and interned at Mount
Sinai hospital in Chicago.
Among the out-of-town guests
at the wedding were Mrs. Joseph
Gault of Chicago, aunt of the
groom; Harry Baker of Cincin-'
nati, uncle of the bride; Mrs.!
Bessie Boblasky of Savannah/
aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs.
Marx Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Atlas, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bak-
er, Mrs. Phillip Bork, Mrs. Abe
Shenier, all of Jacksonville.
Temple Reception
Honors Pushing
In honor of the 49th wedding
mniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hy-
nan Pushin of Miami Beach, a
eception will be held in Temple
Israel this evening immediately
ifter the Friday night services.
Mr. and Mrs. Benson Pushin in-
vite all friends of the family to
be present at the celebration for
heir parents.
A Temple sisterhood committee
's in charge of arrangements
headed by Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs.
'saac Levin and Mrs. Elry Stone.
VIrs. Adolph Wertheimer and Mrs.
Stella Hantman are in charge of
refreshments: Mrs. Louis Zeientz,
flowers; and Mrs. Alfred A. Mor-
ris, publicity.
Irving Kayo Photo
Mrs. Benjamin Karol
Y Teen-age Dramatics
Teen-age dramatics group of
the Miami Beach Y will present
a comedy of "Selections on Par-
ade" Saturday evening. May 29,
at 8:30 p.m. It is entitled "Mothers
Can Be Difficult." Tickets are
on sale at the Y.
Candlelight Ceremony
Unites Benjamin Karols
A candlelight ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Leon Kronish
and Cantor Samuel Kelemer pro-
vided the setting for the wedding
of Miss Maxine Mandel and Ben-
jamin Karol Sunday, May 2, at 6
p.m. in the Robert Richter hotel,
Miami Beach.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Conrad Mandel of 655 W.
50th St., Miami Beach, formerly
of Chicago, was attended by Mrs.
Morton Dunn, sister of the groom,
as matron of honor. Bridesmaids
included the Misses Molly Lou
Moss, Carole Katzman and Connie
Lopeninsky.
Karol chose his brotner-in-law,
Morton Dunn, as best man; and
Bernard Black of Chicago, and
Arthur Pathman and Leonard
Feldman, Miami Beach, as ushers.
Ring bearer was Ronald Dunn,
nephew of the bridegroom.
A reception was held in the
patio of the hotel with music
furnished by Oscar Adler and his
orchestra. Nine-year-old Melvin
Libman, nephew of the bride-
<|> room from Champaign, 111.,
ave several piano selections.
)inner followed for friends and
datives of the family.
Mrs. Karol attended the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Music.
Her husband, a veteran of the
Army Air Corps, is operator of
Maxine's Sportswear Mfg. Co-
Out-of-town guests for the oc-
Beach Mizrachi Women
Celebrate Lag B'omer
Eighth annual L'ag B'omer sup-
per of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
women will take place in the
form of a garden party Thursday
beginning at 5 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Abraham Brier, 326
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
Continuous serving is planned.
Hostesses for the evening will
include Mrs. Brier, Mrs. Joseph
Brenner, Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs.
M. Beatty, Mrs. Ida Friedman,
Mrs. Doris Zwick, Mrs. Betty
Pakula and Mrs. Rose Ransh.
Beach Congress Group
Miami Beach business and pro-
fessional group of the American
Jewish Congress will meet Tues-
day evening at 8:30 p.m. in the
new Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Following the regular business
session, Hy Fried, music director
of the Y, will conduct a musical
program based on a script used
for the Eternal Light program.
Community singing will follow.
casion included Mrs. Ida Libman,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Libman, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Libman and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Libman
and family, Dr. and Mrs. Leavitt.
all of Champaign, 111.; Mr. and
Mrs. P. Robbins, Cleveland;
Stanley Glenn, New York; and
Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen, Detroit.
IJoyd D. Leinan Photo
Mrs. Walter Berman
Before an altar of candlelight
and flowers Miss Dorothy Rae
Goldstein, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Goldstein of Miami
Beach, exchanged vows with Lt.
Wulter E. Berman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Matthew Berman of
Chicago, last Sunday at 3 p.m.
in Temple Israel. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman pronounced the nup-
tial rites.
The double ring ceremony was
preceded by vocal selections of
Miss Judy Nelson, soprano, and
followed by a reception in Kaplan
hall for wedding guests and a
dinner for the immediate family
at the Hotel Stevens.
The Bermans are now honey-
mooning at the Broadmoor hotel
in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Miss Gladys Atlas, cousin of
the bride from Jacksonville, was
maid of honor, and Mrs. Irving
Goldstein, the bride's sister-in-
law, matron of honor. Also at-
tending the former Miss Gold-
stein were Mrs. Don Eanett and
Mrs. Jack Sharloe, bridesmatrons:
and Miss Elsie Baker and Miss
Marjie Atlas, also cousins from
Jacksonville, bridesmaids. Miss
Joy Simonhoff took care of the
bride's guest book.
Dan Berman served as best man
for his brother. Groomsmen in-
cluded Irvin Goldstein, brother
of the bride; Malcolm Kravitz of
Chicago; Harry Baker, cousin of
the bride from Jacksonville; and
Jack Sharloe of Miami Beach.
A graduate of both Miami
Beach High school and North-
western university, Mrs. Berman
is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
The groom is now a flight sur-
geon at Tinker Field in Okla-
homa City where the couple will
reside for the present. He was
LET US RE-ELECT
Circuit Judge ROSS WILLIAMS
BECAUSE HE IS
TOLERANT, JUST, FAIR, LIBERAL
For these reasons we are ursins the people
of Dade County to vote next TUESDAY to
ROSS
CIRCUIT
RE-ELECT
WILLIAMS
JUDGE

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Alvin Cassel
Jack BurrU
Gub Feuer
Marcie Llbermcm
Ben Cohen
Sydney Ginsberg
Harold B. Spaet
E. Albert Pallot
Albert S. Dubbin
Alvin M. Sandier
Harry Simberg
Mark ftlversteln
Leo Rosen
William (Bill) Pallot
Herbert U. Feibelman
Martin Genet
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Harry Simonhoff
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v.e ro ofuablishmmn -,: :.e Jewjh Mat*, wbicfa
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CeajBCfl npnMHttaq e Jewish pecpie in Pal-
es- _-.e and the Z.cr_r: cvemen: cd the world.
et together iz. sclemn assemhly by virtue of the
-crural cr.d h-Etc.-.c r.zz: z: Jewish pecple zz.d c:
MBoiunon ;: the Gezercl Assemhly of the United
Natoae
Herehy proclc^r: the estahiishment of the
Jewish ilaM in Palestine, to be called IsraeL
We hereby declare at as frorn the termina-
tion c: tr.e ?.'c-dcte at midnight this night of e
.ir. lo 15th s: May, 1543, and until the setting
up hy a constituent assembly not krter than the
first day of October. 1948, the present National
shall act as the Provisional State Council.
and its executive organ, the National Administra-
tion, shall constitute the Provisional Government
z: the state of IsraeL
The state of Israel wiD promote the
-er.t of the country lor the beneti* -_:
habitants: will he based on precepts z:
justice and peace taught by the Hebrew -
w_l uphold the full social and pch
of all its citizens without distinction i
or sex; wJl guarantee full heedom c
worship, education and culture w
me sanctity and mviolability of shr_-.e;
places of all religions; and will dedica
to the principles of the Charter c: tm
Nations.
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Hi in.
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creed
t-ence
egtiard
nd holy
-cited
The state of Israel wiD be read;. : 9Mak
with the organs and representatives :: tha "j-jed
Nations in the implementation of the resolutioa
ci November 29, 1947, and will take rez= ; t-fo,
about an economic union over the whc.r ;: }zle$.
tine.
We appeal to the United Natcr.s ; ^
the Jewish people in the building c: its =tr.e ~d
admit Israel into the family of nations.
In the midst of wanton aggress-- we ~H
upon the Arab inhabitants of the state :: lsr;e;
to return to the ways of peace and play theft kt,
in the development of the state, w.-- m ^
equal citizenship and due representat.: .- ^
bodies and institutions, provisional o: --mazer.
We offer peace and amity to all ne.rhhorhq
states and their peoples, and invite them to a>
operate with the independent Jewish r.r_;z for
the common good of all The state z: Israel is
ready to contribute its full share to the nearer.!
progress and reconstitution of the !'.:!rile EciL
Our call goes out to the Jewish pecz.e ;il over
e world to rally to our side in the tas-: of im-
migration and development, and to stand hy us
in the great struggle for the fulf.lln-.er.: c: the
dream of generationsthe redemption :: Israel.
With trust in Almighty God, we set :u hands
to this declaration at this session of the Provisional
State Council in the city of Tel Aviv this Schbath
eve, the fifth day of Iyar, 5708, the touTtnlh
day of May, 1948.
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Flan Future
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and the ( eges at \
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iizun Nee York
Carol Levetrthal. Un-
of Chkafo
- Icy L'n;vei iity at Pitts-
Eiadei Colorado
College for Women Jerrold Lieb-
;.h':T Institute of
Technolos) Arlene Wolfe R*>n-
d Fried andei Gloria Koch&n-
tky Cniversity -..' Miami; Janet
ff V. :-.' iSC '-''.. V r^.ty; Jo-
Z u Ronald Fned-
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. '.. and valedictory ad-
es re pectively
.-... fanendf are invited te *-
Luncheon Meeting
William L*r.':. permanesX
nan of the new y organized
Oade County Law Enforcement
bers of Bholem lodge. B*nai
B'r:th at their v.ee^iy .it.
'.'I '.', r- .-.-. :.-. tr.e L
town Club, Seybold Arcade
Lane ii to tell the circum-
stances which encouraged the
group of attornej i i.-.'i other civic
.-.5 to form the Law
Enforcement body in the City of
Miami.
CAN YOU USE A MAN OF COMPETENCE.
DILIGENCE. INTELLIGENCE AND
INTEGRITY?
New York Attorney, 37 years of age, moved to
Miami because of wife's health, desires man-
agerial position in any progressive business
enterprise.
Can furnish excellent Miami references
MR. RAY
Care of Jewish Floridian
P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Fla.
IT IS YOUR STATE
THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR GOOD
GOVERNMENT IS IN YOUR HANDS
Mty Your Votes. Fuller Warren Lvd
the First Primary by 2l.lH.~i Votes
Fuller Warren's practical platform for good government
aroused the opposition of entrenched special interest, who make
their money off the people's taxes. They seek to continue in
power by electing the opponent of Fuller Warren.
Be Sure You and Your Friends Yote Tnesday
Because the Caldwell Combine will vote its Machine Strength
The record the character the
knowledge that Fuller Warren has
to offer as governor, prove him to be
the man suited to the job.
FOR THE FUTURE OF FLORIDA
ELECT
FULLER WARREN
Your GOVERNOR


FRIDAY
MAY 21, 1948
+Jewisti Ih/HHr
PAGE ELEVEN
[]JWS ON CYPRUS TO BE RESETTLED IN PALESTINE WITH AID OF UJA
David Sisterhood
Honors Mrs. Jacobs
Friends of Mrs. Norman D.
Jacobs, all members of Beth David
Sisterhood, honored her at a
party given in the home of Mrs.
Samuel August last Monday eve-
ning. The retiring president was
presented with wrist watch by
the group.
Mah jongg and card games pro- |
vided the entertainment of the
evening followed by the serving
of a decorated cake, ices and
punch.
GO TO THE POLLS ON
TUESDAY!
VOTE MAY 25th

Farband Boatride
Ben Gurion branch No. 304 of
the Jewish National Workers
Alliance will hold a boat outing
Sunday at 8 p.m. starting from <^>
Pier 6 of the Miami Yacht basin.
The public is invited to join the
members aboard the Seminole
Queen II.
A lecture and Palestinian
movies are on the agenda for the
group's next meeting Wednesday
evening at 8 p.m. in the new
Miami YM & WHA building.
Vans Returning Empty
NEW YORK
PITTSBURGH
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and Van Co. Inc.
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Phone 2-8284
With the termination of the British mandate in
Palestine on May 15, the 28,000 Jewish refugees
detained on Cyprus are expected to be among
the first to leave for Palestine. These homeless
Jewish refugees will be in the vanguard of the
many thousands expected to reach Palestine in
1948. To make possible their initial reception,
retraining and resettlement, the $250,000,000
campaign of the United Jewish Appeal must
have cash immediately. In addition to the United
Palestine Appeal, which supports the upbuild-
ing, immigration and resettlement programs in
Palestine, the $250,000,000 United Jewish
Appeal provides the funds for the relief and
reconstruction programs maintained in Europe
by the Joint Distribution Committee, and the
refugee aid program carried on in the United
States by the United Service for New Americans.
Soviet Recognizes
Jewish State
LONDON, (JTA)The Soviet
Union has offically recognized the
new Jewish state of Israel. A re-
quest for recognition had been
received by the Soviet govern-
ment from Moshe Shertok, Is-
rael's foreign minister, the broad-
cast said.
Russian Foreign Minister V. M.
Motolov sent a note Monday
night to Shertok, saying:
"The government of the U.
S. S. R. has decided to recognize
officially the state of Israel and
its provisional government.
"The Soviet government hopes
that the creation by the Jewish
peoples of its sovereign state will
serve the cause of strengthening ]
peace and security in Palestine
and the Near East, and expresses
its confidence in the successful
development of friendly relations
between the U. S. S. R. and the
state of Israel."
The Soviet foreign minister's
note was sent in response to one
from Shertok, in which Israel's
foreign minister supplied formal
notification to the Russians that
the new state had come into be-
ing and said:
"In the cause of the provi-
sional government of Israel I re-
quest the government of the U. S.
S. R. officially to recognize the
state of Israel and its provisional
government. I hope that this
recognition will take place in the
near future.
"I take opportunity to express
to you the profound gratitude of
the Jewish people of Palestine,
which is shared by the Jewish
people of the whole world, for the
firm attitude taken by the dele-
gation of the U. S. S. R. in
the United Nations organization
in favor of the establishment of a
sovereign and independent Jew-
ish state in Palestine, and for the
I tenacious defense of this attitude
i despite all difficulties and for
[support of the principle that the
I Jews of Palestine are a nation
iwho have a right to sovereignty
land independence."
Beth David P-TA,
Sisterhood Install Jointly
A joint installation of Beth
David Sisterhood and the Parent-
Teachers association will take
place at the Towers hotel, 32
S.E. 2nd Ave., June 2. Luncheon
at $2 per person will begin at
12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Eugene Mayers, general
chairman of the affair, is being
assisted by Mrs. David Rayvis
and Mrs. Jack Rosenberg.
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1945 SESSION
Candidate For A
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Paid Pol. Adv.
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TUESDAY!
DINE FAMILY STYLE
Where the Food and Atmosphere Is Really Different
Scrumptuoui Stalling Bteolw. that molt in your roouthPan-F
Chicken "out of this world"SuiktI. Roasts-New England Dim
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DAY, MAY 21. i948
Five Arab Armies Invade lsrael;P,ffiical S0""**
j in Miami since 1833, ar.d active
,in Bar Association and communal
TEL AVIV, JTA The snsisi
.'. '.: A: i week
-.: ;-;.'=: Jewish settle-
.: the new Jewish M
Israel's Ft.-eigr. Secretarj
II Shi ri shied Ala
t of the UJf Se-
._:.".; urging in
action I k and prevent Egyp-
tian : = ..-.-t the 1
f Israel The ed the
Council that Eg; ptian
have already .-;.;--i Tel A
' l
and liestrucu n
7.-
tinned A Jewish :-.-.-. :.-;
said the Arabs are = .-.e....-.j th<
: = ."; and tie Hi-
by the army si brad
see from inside Jern-
jU WaCed Cttj -

Leader in the first primary, :
j William A (Bill) Herin will be
I ween Eastern successful in his race for circuit j
organizations.
smieiidei Aii uniti
and Galilee
n this week on a serie*
Arab-Jewish f.eht-|0f radio talks by Milton A. Fried-
rtition res '(man, Jack Abbott Sam Kaner.
--.: unced some attorneys, m expressing
the belief that attorneys are the
Ez: n r.es best informed to know
The 8.000 delegates to the 91,,
;udge. group 1 were the senti- annual session of the South*
Baptist convention overwhelm
mgly voted against a motion to
commend President Truman for
officially recognizing the
Jewish state, Israel.
:. r.
i'ai
the candi-
h one amongst
i ni '-=: qualified to be cir-
. I 'udge on the basis of
ptured by heavily- urtesy, sincerity, ability, judi-
the Arab Let] -rr.perament. experience. In
it.tens:1 pinion "the great major-
iwyen in Dade county
are endorsing William Herin for
roded, while c.rcuit judge." they all stated.
needed thai settle- pointing out that Robert H. Giv-
ing colon
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ntii :ng in the
Wt | forge -. looking
Tel Aviv-Jerusalem
reD i5 :he ominouf
( imminent Arab in-
asiot not lessen (he festive
I tmesM I :'
I Israel F m ; were
rtponed until sfU
- reports
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Meanwhile. 1
.-..- I new :- ;.".. ns in
L
en kill i '-
v.r. halted -d by the Haganah for
Xh Jews ah erviceare expected to
;. station ithin days aboard the
tj Agency*! vessels, Pan
i the York and Pan C- enl
r.r broke
or.try a;
n and chi
- v..th cries of
I v r with un-
:. .;. ; '. :'::
Haganah
.-.. ni f Israel were
-. however.
Th< first ntingent of 350 Jews
tained on Cyprus
.. Dthl ar-
it Haifa this week, and
larg I Uu r;chiefly
r.d women who have
ens. Jr.. and John D Marsh, can-
d.dates in the first primary had
endorsed Mr Herin's candidacy.
Mr Greens went so far as to
state that if Mr. Herin had an-
ed his candidacy first he
would have endorsed Mr. Herin's
lacy and never run him-
elf," Friedman stated.
Two hundred and fifty lawyers
.met at a luncheon this past week
to endorse the candidacy of
D pledging to "advise their
friends and clients to vote for
Bill Herm on May 25." Herin
who has run on a platform of
"The Court's Belong to the Peo-
ple" has been a practicing lawyer
Swing to RING!
Join the Fight Agtrinst
Wasteful Spending of the
Taxpayers' Money!
Vote For
JOHN
JOHN RING
For State Representative
U. S. First To
Recognize New
Jewish State
Vr.' S' enl ten
ent
Jewish state
'. : to autbor-
P --- Presides
;-; Charles G B
arm -~ ed that tin Pi
:;; ved the foil Q| tate-
'.. r -'
V -:
Epsteii tor of 1
v : thi
. t "it ii the F -- -
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-
veil
. ity and ] I thi
rid an Mid-
dle E that "the
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forward to tl
- tl friendly relati dj
Amei United S
no ent
.-..: government hai been .--
:' -:
and
gnition
.;. Government
thereof
States
the nal Government
nty of tht
I rael
released '-
plaining how US
-. efifecti effc
- d Palestine He le-

a ':. ': K- aw not a Presidential
-T.-.e desire '. Use United States
Main s I Palestine
,r. : oe lessen-- by the
;i~.st.:n .'. i Jewish state.
We hope that I
..-. with the Sec urity
Truce Commission in re-
^;.r.;ei effort! tC bring sbout ='
en^ tc tht i:zr.:-T.t >-r..
been tl I the United Ma-
..--. d '- Palestine a
pr.n:.?a: objective of this gov-
enunesal."
A". 6 01 p.m. Fridaywhen the
r.e-*- Jewish rtate came into iegai
existencethe blue-ar.d-wh.te
flag of Israel was hoisted ct.
the Jew:;.-. Agency headquarter;
here. A similar ceremony was
H'br'\\ l.<'t>ion
Cmdr. Seeka
VolanteerM Here
.'' r Samuel W< -.: ~-
mandef .'. the Hi brev L a f jpros
rally at th<> ?. 40
v.'eS: a. d Sun-
lay May M it B pjn M
rruit volui r tin 7
"
Many
tormer fight
have ; ned 1
e for a lu d
through.-", the
sith the I in tix
battle ; i Palestine Having iust
completed a success'-1
for a Maple Leaf Legion in Can-
ada. Weiser will be ir. }!.- un-
e auspices of the A
7 ;:.' for a Free Palestine
A former Zr.z'.:-r. textile r.r -
- served England in
the war r.-.ng tc an assignment
on Field Marshall M.r.tgon
staff and participating m a Brit-
ish military rr..=:.-.r. to Rus:
:: I SHAEF Upon his r- -
fter the war
r. I -val
:. I r..'. : the plight
: people in E
- r- Europe not but also
: Er.nl.;- Jewry
: ted since the end
'. the war
rmei British
S 7.-. iitenant, 7 ugh D
DeL^-r.rv no starti I tin 7- .-:.
Leg. n the name was nibse-
r.ged to Hebrew Le-
r. n to si its national
1 7- ... r. appealed
to Bril e men and
v descent to give
ip tin ir British citizenship and
pro- '.re and r.r-: :
return to tl meland.
ier to fight for
Hebrew
|Legion r.-*- a membership ap-l
4.000.
33,000 VOTERS
A 10,000 Majority
VOTED FOR
A CHANGE
IN DISTRICT 4
GRANT STOCKDALE
JOIN THE MAJORITY
Elect
GRANT
STOCKDALE
Your
County Commissioner
Paid Political Adv.
GO THE POLLS ON"
TUESDAY
VOTE MAY 25to
I consider it a privilege to invite all
of my friends to join with me in sup-
porting my friend and former
schoolmate,
DAN
McCARTY
FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA.
SAM SILVER
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FPTDAY^MAY 21, 1948
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Miami Jewry Greets Jewish State
Photographed above are some of the participants at the rally
called by the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency council Sunday
night in Flamingo park to greet the newly established Jewish
State in Palestine. An estimated 6.000 people heard prominent
leaders including Mayor of Miami Beach Marcie Liberman. Alfred
Stone, newly elected president of the Beach Zionist district, and
Shepherd Broad, vice president of the Southeastern region of ZOA.
(first three pictures, top. left to right) express their wishes and
read telegrams from all over ^he world greeting Israel. In the
major American agency aiding
distressed Jews overseas, follow-
ing the proclamation of the state
of Israel stated "with the pro-
American Jews
Greet New State
(Continued from Page 4)
clamation by the Jewish provi-
sional government of its inde-
pendence, said that "it must be
clearly understood that the pro-
oal government can be the
government of its inhabitants and
citizens only; and that it can
have no claims upon the national
attachments of those of Jewish
faith who are citizens of other
lands." He added that "those of
Jewish faith who are citizens of
various countries and regard
these countries as their homes
and homelands, do not have and
cannot have, any national at-
tachment or obligation to this
provisional government."
American Jewish Conference
slated "the new nation now pro-
claimed will have to be defended.
The Jewish fighting force has
already demonstrated its quality
and its courage. Standing alone,
they may be able to overcome its
declared as well as its masked
enemies. But Jews scattered the
world over are called upon to
give their aid to the valiant de-
fenders. The struggle in the Holy
Land concerns all Jews, and all
Jews will adequately respond."
Leon Gellman, national presi-
dent of the Mizrachi religious-
Zionist Organization of America,
tc day declared that "the creation
of the New Judea will be a great
historic boon to the advancement
ef democracy throughout the
world, and will prove as histor-
ically significant to the Middle
East as the founding of the Amer-
ican republic was to the Western
World."
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee,
clamation of the state of Israel,
the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee today joins
with many Jews the world over
in sending warmest best wishes
for peace and prosperity to the
heroic Jewish community of Pal-
estine, and in welcoming the hope
that is presented for thousands
of homeless Jews throughout the
world to find at last in Israel a
chance to build for themselves a
new life and thus make their de-
sired contribution to the world
at large.
Mrs. Israel Goldstein, presi-
dent of Pioneer Women, the
women's labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, speaking for its
30 000 members, pledged loyal
support to the new Jewish na-
tion, and declared-"we stand
ready to forgive our enemies if
they will but be our friends.
Jewish Government
Seeks Recognition
The Jewish government applied
t the 58 member states of the
UN. for recognition. The lit-"'
Official Gazette described the
war against Arab invasion, im-
migration and building the state
as the immediate triple task of
,he new government. All citizens
were urged to rally around1 the .
government "in the hour of su-
preme test" and were warned
E there would be "blood and
ears, sacrifice of property and
Vl ,. toil and work" before SUC-
eroWed the efforts of he
,Mv,sh people. However it also
declared that "we are not stand-
ing alone. We are supported b>
he people of the Diaspora and
behind it is the conscience of
civilized humanity.
upper right hand corner. Habbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of Congrega-
tion Beth Tfilah is shown leading the prayers while the shofar
is sounded.
Later Dr. David Andron announced the results of appeals tor
immediate cash assistance for the Haganah (bottom, left) while
volunteers brought the contributions to the stand.
In military tribute the honor guard of Norman Bruce Brown
post, Jewish War Veterans, (lower, left) salute both the flag of
the United States and that of the Jewish people.________________
Former Legion Commander Griffith
To Address DP Conference Here
Paul Griffith, immediate past national commander of the
American Legion, will be the guest speaker at the Florida Con-
ference on Displaced Persons, to take place Sunday, May 23, at
Miami Beach. Griffith will address the evening session of the
conference at the Miami Beach High school, at 8:30.
This state-wide copference on
Displaced Persons which is being
held for the purpose of crystalliz-
ing support of national legisla-
tion to aid Displayed Persons, will
open Sunday. May 23, at twelve
o'clock, noon, at the American
Legion home. 1028 Alton Road.
The conference is being spon-
sored by the Florida State Com-
mittee on Displaced Persons
\ which includes the Council of
! Churches, the American Legion.
JWV. Labor Groups, Amvets.
AVC. the Florida Congress of
Parents and Teachers, the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, the National Council
of Jewish Women. Women's Di-
vision of the American Jewish
Congress, and Catholic groups, to
mention only a few of the par-
ticipating groups.
For this afternoon session, a
very intensive program of study
and discussion has been planned
0n the two bills now before the
U S Congress regarding Dis-
placed Persons. These are the
Wiley Bill and the Fellows Bill.
and the background history
whieh has led up to the intro-
duction of these bills and streng-
thening amendments to them will
be explained. Discussions will he
led bv competent personalities
from the various participating
social, and
ZOA Commends
Truman's Move
NEW YORK, May 18.The
National Executive Committee of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, in voicing appreciation to
President Truman for first rec-
ognition of the Republic of Is-
rael, called on the American
Government to enhance the rec-
ognition by "taking immediate
and energetic measures both
through the Security Council and
directly, to check the Arab states'
aggression and provide aid for
the newly created Jewish State."
Meeting at an all-day session,
yesterday that lasted through the
early morning hours, the meet-
ing of 120 members, headed by
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, president
of the ZOA, unaminously agreed
that the recognition of the new
republic has returned the "United
States to the vanguard of those
nations of the world over who
in their championing of justice
nnd right see in this establish-
ment of Israel not only the vin-
dication of our martyred dead
hut the rebirth of the Jewish
people.
At the afternoon session, pre-
sided over by Daniel Frisch, ZOA
vice president, the meeting ap-
proved the decision to hold the
fifty-first annual convention of
the ZOA beginning July 2 and
lasting until the 5th at Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
Samuel Goldstock, of Pitts-
burgh, a member of the National
Executive, was appointed conven-
tion chairman. It was announced
that this national Zionist con-
c'ave, the first of its kind follow-
ing the establishment of the Re-
public of Israel, will be attended
by the largest complement of
delegates in the history of the
movement. Among the major
items to be acted upon will be
the adoption of a revised pro-
gram of the organization's activi-
ties in the light of the establish-
ment of the Jewish State.
Chamber of Commerce of the
United States of America in pass-
ing a resolution calling for the
admission of displaced persons to
this country, which was adopted
on April 28 at the chamber's 36th
annual meeting at Washington.
The resolution noted that the
DPs "cannot return to the
country of their former resi-
dence on account of the fear of
persecution for racial, religious,
or political reasons" and that
the United Stales "has rightly
opposed attempts at forcible
repatriation." As a solution to
this impasse, the chamber rec-
ommended that "this country
should accept a reasonble num-
ber of such displaced persons."
Paul Griffiths' appearance as
the speaker of the evening ses-
sion has elicited great interest.
Griffith during his term as na-
tional commander of the Ameri-
can legion travelled more than
one hundred fifty thousand miles
in every state in the Union as
well as Canada, Mexico and
Panama and headed a tour to
Europe, visiting England. Fnnce.
Belgium. Holland, Switzerland
and Italy. He dedicated the Liber-
ty Highway which was Patton's
path through France and con-
ducted ceremonies at the various
r-emeteries in these countries
preparatory to the permanent
burial of American service men
who gave their lives in World
War II. He also headed a mission
Palestine Ban On
Immigration Terminated
LONDON, (JTA)The British
land-sea-air blockade of Pales-
tine ended with the termination
of the Palestine Mandate and no
attempt will be made to inter-
fere with Jewish immigration,
Defense Minister A. V. Alexander
announced in Commons this week.
Although the British will not
permit the port of Haifa to be
used for the disembarkation of
immigrants during the period of
evacuation of British troops,
ivilian personnel and supplies,
the Jews may use any other port
in the country for this purpose,
he emphasized.
Cuba Releases Youths
Charged As Irgun
HAVANA, (JTA) Fifteen
Jewish youths charged with
membership in an organization
associated with the Irgun Zvai
Leumi in Palestine and with con-
ducting military drills were re-
leased here by local police au-
thorities. They are expected to
stand trial shortly. The Jews
maintained that they were en-
gaged in scouting drills and that
they had no military intentions.
Most of the youths are of Sep-
hardic descent.
.....ops, The economic,
P Kon'^^^SptorS: t7Germany at the request of
migration wii ai>o u<- <=^h.~ .,__ _* *>,; mnnirv
In scheduling this state-wide the
President of this country
In scheduling uus' --- "Q^t to study the displaced
dent and to the American Legion
with regard to the solution of this
.mportant problem.
Members of all religious, serv-
ice and philanthropic groups, as
well as the general public, are
-xpected to attend both the after-
noon session at the Legion home,
and the evening meeting where
Griffith will speak at the Miami
Beach High school.
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E. J. Edelman
At an election meeting held at
the offices of S. A. Goodman. 927
Ljicoln Road. Miami Beach. Dr.
E J Edelman was elected to the
office of chairman of the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth Commis-
sion.
Active on the Youth Commis-
- D as a representative of the
; Beach Zionist District. Dr.
Ei-rlrr.sr. has been acting as ad-
to the Miami Beach unit
f Masada and a newly formed
Miami unit of Masada. He is a
bar of the board of directors
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
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Dr Edelman attended schools
.- Brooklyn and Detroit and is a
-ate of the University of
.ian and the Chicago Col-
^;r f Or.eopathic Medicine and
"UlifJlJ He served his interne-
riup at the Lakeside Hospital in
Kansas City. Missouri, and has
been practicing in Miami Beach
;_-.:r February of 1947.
Other officers elected to serve
:-? Greater Miami Zionist Youth
Z n tumkm are Mrs. Jandon
Sehwarz, vice chairman; Mrs. H.
7 M Kf financial secretary, and
Mosei Mescheloff, treas-
Mrs. Robbins Entertain.
Mrs. Alexander ?. r. f
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eatertam the offlc^ and ^
bers of the board of iineSt
the Temple Beth s^
Ohiluari<'s
Sunday Schools Exams
All children of grades 5 and up
- in the local Sunday schools will
uniform ezaminati r.s on
Ifajr 23. prepared by the Bureau
ft Jewisb Education.
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TOM
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CONSTABLE
DISTRICT 2
Not a Politician But
cm Experienced Law
Enforcing Office for
22 Years.
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WE HAVING KNOWN BILL PRUITT
FOR MANY YEARS
RECOMMEND HIS CANDIDACY FOR
STATE SENATOR
Bill Pruitt aided and assisted in exposing the
German Bund locally, prior to the Second World
War. Bill Pruitt has been active and coopera-
tive in all Jewish activities. He is and has been
our true friend.
EMANUEL GOLDWEBER. Life Insurance
A. J. KAPLAN. Lawyer
MRS. SHIRLEY EI.KTN, Secy in Pruitts Office
NAT GREENBERG. Jeweler-Merchant
HARRY MARKOWTTZ. Plumber-Contractor
ADOLPH HAIMES. Office Supplies
DONALD LAVIGNE. Uniform Tailors
HARRY H. FARR. Travel Tours
JACK PERRY. Furniture Merchant
JEROME E FREEHLING, Furniture Mfgr.
S J. HALPERIN. Real Estate Broker
JACK GREENE. Dress Shops
DAVE EMMER. Contractor


FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1948
Rabbi Mescheloff Attends; Pallot Master of
Conferences In N. Y.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spirit-
ual loader of Congregation Beth
Jacob of Miami Beach, is attend-
ing tho annual convr-rtion of tht
Rabbinical Council of America
-JeHlstifhrMlan
PAGE FIFTEEN
Masonic Lodge
E. Albert Pallot was installed
as worshipful master of the Hi-
biscus lodge of Masons Tuesday
in Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach. Conducted by Deputy
Grand Master A. Wayne Connor,
the installation marked the of-
ficial consecration of the lodge
which was granted a charter just
last August.
Present for the occasion were
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
which is being held at the River-
side Plaza hotel in New York
City. May 19 to May 22.
The council is an organization
composed of all the younger or-
thodox rabbis of the country.
Rabbi Mescheloff, former vice
president and member of the ex-
ecutive board, will take part in
the sessions. He will also attend
the golden jubilee convention of
the Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions of America to be held at
the Yeshiva University in New
York on May 23 and 24.
A frequent contributor to the
publications of the Union, Rabbi
Mescheloff, will appear on the
program of this convention mark-
ing the fiftieth year of Orthodox
Jewish activity in the country.
He will return to the city on
Wednesday, May 26.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tni- undersigned, desiring to engage In
Business under the fictitious name of
JERRYS DRUfj STORK at 2235 B.W.
22mi street, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
A. J. lONELZI
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOW1TZ
Attorneys for Applicant
."./7-14-21-2S 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.iven that
h.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Rite Radio at S152rd street. Miami
Beach, Florida. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
< ourt of Dade Coiintv, Florida
MORltis KARNOW,
Sole >wner.
Myers, Helmnn & Kaplan
Attorneys for Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 fi/4
Social Work Heads
Attend Conference
ATLANTIC CITY, (JTA)
Representatives from 11 coun-
cils gathered here at the first
parley of the International Con-
ference of Jewish Social Work
since 1936 to discuss problems of
Jewish migration and reorganiza-
tion (,f the group. The parley de-
cided to establish offices in New
Y k. Paris and Jerusalem.
Reports on present-day condi-
tions of social welfare among
Jewish communities in various
parts of the world were also pre-
sented. Participants in the panel
sessions included Moses A. Lea-
vitt. executive vice cHairman of
the Joint Distribution Committee,
Maurice Eigin, executive assist-
ant of the HIAS, and Dr. G.
Laundauer of Jerusalem.
Greater Miami was repre-
sented at the Atlantic City
Conference meeting of the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish
Social Workers by Morris Klass,
executive director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation;
Abe Gannes, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation; Leo Allen, executive
director of the Home for the
Aged; Mrs. Florence Finkel-
stein, executive director of the
Miami section of the National
Council of Jewish Women;
Charles Cohen, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social
Service Bureau and Gus Jacob-
son, executive director of the
Miami Beach YM & WHA.
Louis Kraft, secretary of the
National Council of the Jewish
Welfare Board, was elected pres-
ident of the conference; Louis
Sobel. director of the Jewish
Child Care Association, vice pres-
ident; and Dr. Frtdericjt Ollen-
dorf, of Israel, secretary.
E. Albert Pallot
Frank A. Brown, Stafford Cald-
well and Harry Taylor, Masonic
dignitaries.
Other officers installed were:
Ben Essen, senior warden; Morris
Rabinowitz, junior warden; Na-
thaniel G. Kirsch, past master of
Chicago lodge as treasurer: Henry
M. Waitzkin, secretary; Paul L.
Greene, chaplain; Raymond E.
Feiner. senior deacon; Herman R.
Mechlowitz, junior deacon; Sid-
ney Teller, senior steward; Her-
bert Gutman, junior steward;
Bernard Spector, marshall; Sol
S. Goldstrom, tyler; Malvin Eng-
ender, assistant tyler.
An invitation dedication was
held preceding the installation in
the pation to which more than
250 guests and members at-
tended.
GO TO THE POLLS ON
TUESDAY!
VOTE MAY 25th
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPIC8 LUNCHEONETTE at 23.",
Collins Avenue. Miami Bench, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida.
SAM RANDKLL
WASMAN, SILVER r SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
."., 7-14-21 -28 6/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RREECE'S FISH AND LOBSTER
MARKET at 400 N.W. North River
Drive, Miami, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
JACOB GOLDSTEIN
HAROLD GOIJJSTEIN
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN
RURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Breece's Fish and
Lobster Market
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 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 the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TIMOTHY WATKINS
WI I. I.I AM BOTH WELL
JACK ORR
ROBERT POLLOCK
PRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
1/30 n/7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice is* hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SNO-CREME at 216 N. E. 1st Avenue,
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
FRANK RESNICK
Sole Owner
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl 'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOTEL DEL RIO at 1100 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
PAM HOTEL CORP.
a Florida Corporation
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Attorney for Applicant.
4/33-30 5/7-14-8
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
116603.
I.YHA MAE AREHART. Plaintiff,
vs. HAROLD E. AREHART. De-
fendant.
YOU, HAROLD E. AREHART.
c/o SUPERINTENDENT, VIRGINIA
STATE PENITENTIARY, RICH-
MOND. VIRGINIA, are notified to
(He your appearance In the above
cause for divorce, on or before the
24th day of May, A.D. 1948, or a De-
cree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
HATED: This 22nd day of April.
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
918 Seybeld Building
Miami, Florida
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Pearl Motor & Salvage at 1045 N. W.
20th St.. Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Floride.
LOUIS PEARL
Sole Owner
MYERS. H El MAN & KAPLAN
Seybold Bldg.
Attorneys for Louis Pearl
4/23-30 6/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK SHAFFER ADVERTISING
TYPOORAPHY 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 County, 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 OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Regina's Bakery at 1094 S. W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PHILIP BALIN
Sole Owner
NATHAN AND SATIN
Attorneys
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
This is to advise you that I have
not been connected with the Dallas
I'ark Grocery, Miami. Florida, since
May, 1942. and am not responsible for
any of Its debts.
Rose Melinson
2400 S. W. 21st Street
Miami. Florida
5/7-14-21-2S
LEGAL NOTICE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
for DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY, No. 117147.
LILLIAN LEE. Plaintiff, vs. PONG
KIM LEE, Defendant.
THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
TO: PONG KIM LEE,
1": Mulberry Street
N'eW York, New York
You are hereby notified and ordered
to appear to the Bill or Complaint
for Divorce filed against you In the
above-stvled cause on or before toe
'1st day of June, 1948: otherwise the
"illegatimis of said Bill of Complaint
will be taken as confessed against
5Let this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Florldlan. a newspaper
published in Dade County. Plorldfc
DATED this 19 day of My. 1948.
R II LEATHERMAN.
ci.rk of Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By M.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LARRY'S SUNDRY at 1733 Coral Way,
Miami, Florida. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
OUlt Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAUL L COHEN
MARY a. COHEN
PRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
4/30 5/7-14-21-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thru
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Palmetto Park Properties at 350 Lin-
coln Rd., Miami Reach, Florida. In-
tend to register said name with (he
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT GUTMAN
JULIUS W1NOORAD
HERMAN KOHL
LEONARD L K1MBALL
Attorney for applicants
412 Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-2)1 6/4
C. GREEN.
Deputy Clerk.
HARRY DIETZ
Solicitor for Plaintiff
1703 Congress Building
Miami 32. Florida
5/21-2S 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
All-Brite Wet Wash I^undrv at 6230
N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida, In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH PRESS
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER
Attorney for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the und< ralgned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACE BAG & METAL CO. (Not Inc.)
at 1212 N. W. 1st Avenue. Miami,
Florida, intend to register said name
With the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dado County, Florida.
HARRY FATEL
.1. F. LAZARUS
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicants
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Arrow French Cleaners & Dyers at
1310 S. W. Sth Street. Miami. Florida.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
LARRY L. WHITE and
ILONA WHITE
OEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicants
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF PIXIRIDAi IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
11602.
GEORGE W. SUIT, Plaintiff, vs.
MARY C. SUIT, Defendant.
YOU. MARY C. SUIT. 43278th
STREET. N.W., WASHINGTON. I).
C, are notified to file your appear-
ance in the above cause for divorce,
on or before the 24th day of May,
A.D. 1948. or a Decree l*ro Confesso
will be entered against you.
DATED: This 22nd day of April,
A.D. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By WM. W. STOCKING.
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Plaintiff
918 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
4/23-30 6/7-14-21
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FTiORIDA, IN AND FOR DAL>E
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No.
1168S7.
JOSEPH SANCHEZ. Plaintiff, vs.
MARGARET SANCHEZ, Defendant.
YOU, MAROARET SANCHEZ. 651
West 179th STREET. NEW YORK,
NEW YORK, are notified to file your
appearance In the above cause for di-
vorce, on or before the 7th day of
June, A.D. 1948, or a Decree Pro Con-
fesso will be entered against you.
DATED: This 6th day of May.
A D 1948
E R LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
(Circuit Court grt^ ft oREf;N
Deputy Clerk.
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
\ttornevs for Plaintiff
5/7-14-21-28 6/4
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JACK and JILL CATERERS (Party
Makers) at the City of Miami. Dade
County, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD P. SAPPER
MARK SILVERSTEIN
Attorney for Bernard P. Saffer
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Fla.
5/21-28 6/4-11-18
>'" CUrt JACK KAHN
SALLY KAHN
Partners
'v.V,K ^Applicants
NOT'CE NUANM,rLAFWT'TIOUS
business under the rl1" Mn- N w
Dee-Liclous P;0m,c,Flaa intends to
Fl0rlda- ABE RAPOFF
Sole owner
Bssatr
NOTICE TO APPEAR
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FliORIDA
IN CHANCERY, No. 117018.
JACOB BRAUNHEIM. Plaintiff, vs.
BERTHA BRA UN 11 HIM. Defendant.
TO BERTHA BRAUNHEIM
390 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, New York
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to appear to the Bill of Com-
plaint filed in the above styled cause,
on or before June 14, 1948. otherwise
the Bill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed against you. Iet this
order be published once a week for
four successive weeks in The Jewish
Florldlan, a newspaper published in
Dade County, Florida.
Dated this 12 day of May. 1948.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
.Circuit Court Sea.)^ & ^^
Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney at Law
103* Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
5/14-21-28 6/4 ________^^^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
D XIE GROCERY at 220 South Dixie
Highway, Coral Gables. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Fio,idasAM FRIEDMAN
WASMAN, SILVER & SAKOWITZ
Attorneys for Applicant
5/14-21-28 6/4-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SM1TTYS GARAGE at 225 N.W. First
Court. Miami. Florida, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
AL VOLANTE
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Al Volante
4/30 5/7-14-21-28 _________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious "ame. "f
SUPREME SUPER STORES. INC.,
4633 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida^ x evy
LESLIE FAIRMONT
IRVIN FAOGEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON
Attorney for Applicants
4/30 6/7-14-21-28 ^^^^^_
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
In Re: ESTATE OF DAVID LEVINS,
also known as Dave Levine, De-
ceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you. may have against the
estate of DAVID LEVINE aka Dave
Irvine deceased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BI.AN-
TON, County Judge of Dade County,
and file the same In his office In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 130 oi the 1933
Probate Act.
Date May 14, A.D. 1948.
HERMAN LEV INK.
As Administrator of the Estate of
DAVID LEVINE, also known as
Dave Levine, Deceased.
DeCuSTAS. MAI.R & FLOYD
607-8 Blscayne Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Administrator.
5/21-2S 6/4-11 ____________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Brownies Bar and Package Goods at
800 All Baba Avenue. Crpa. Locto.
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HAROLD J. |ROWN
ETHEL K. BROWN
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicant*
1010 Blscayne Building
4/23-30 5/7-14-21
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
IN 1 25 CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No.
ARTHUR SEMIGRAN. Plaintiff vs.
ANNETTE SBMltSKAN. Defendant.
to' annette semigran
K\!o3ndT,,i1\9,ne.vyork
YOU ARE HEREBY' RW.IHW
to file an Appearance or Plead in trie
above action for divorce on or beta
June 21, 1948; otherwise a decree po
confesso will he entered againrt !You.
Dated this mhda^Ma^m^
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal) r ^^ ^
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Plalntnf
413 Congreim Building
Miami. Florida
o/Ul-28 6/4-11
Deputy Clerk.
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By HARRY SIMONHOFF
RABBI DAVID MARX OF
ATLANTA
This gentleman has recently
retired as active Rabbi of At-
lanta's Reform Temple after an
honorable career of over half a
century. While no great shakes
as a Hebrew scholar, Rabbi Marx
is nevertheless, a man of modern
culture and a forceful, eloquent
speaker. Yet if he would take
stock of his life work in the field
0f Judaism, I am quite sure he
would find no great cause for
elation. About half of his flock,
I am informed (it may be incor-
rect) are now dues paying
Christian Scientists.
Rabbi Marx belongs to that
category who consider it of the
highest importance to cultivate
good will among their Christian
neighbors. As a public relations
apostle he is, without doubt, a
past master. From the very out-
set of his Rabbinate he toiled
assiduously, in season and out of
season, to promote good relations
between Christians and Jews.
With tireless industry, he lectured
before Masonic lodges, luncheon
clubs, church bodies, women's or-
ganizations. It can safely be said
that no Rabbi in America enjoys
the respect and esteem of his
Christian fellow citizens to a
greater degree than Rabbi Marx
does in Atlanta. Yet would the
good Rabbi deny that there is
less good feeling today towards
the Jewry of his pastorate than
there was in 1895 when he came
to Atlanta? This melancholy fact
be gauged by the following in-
cidents.
In 1914 Mary Phagan, a 14-year-
old girl, was found murdered in
the basement of the factory she
worked in. Jim Couley, the negro
watchman, against whom sus-
picion pointed, said that Leo
Frank, the manager, killed her.
The jury convicted Frank on the
uncorroborated testimony of the
negro, who bore a bad reputation.
John Slayton, the governor of
Georgia, commuted the death
penalty to a life sentence. Pas-
sions were inflamed to white heat
by the vitriolic, anti-Semitic
writings of Tom Watson, a talent-
ed, unscrupulous demagogue. A
mob broke into the jail and
lynched Leo Frank. The Jews of
Atlanta were in daily fear of a
pogrom. Tom Watson was carried
on the wave of anti-Semitism into
the United States Senate. Today
his statue stands in a most
prominent spot of the Georgia
State capital.
Several years later saw the re-
vival of the Ku Klux Klan in
Atlanta. The old Klan of Recon-
struction days had been directed
solely against negroes. Tom Wat-
son had been agitating against
Catholics in his magazine, the
Jeffersonian, for more than two
decades. Now the founders of the
renovated Klan lived in Atlanta.
They knew Rabbi Marx, and pos-
sibly listened to his good will
speaches. But that did not pre-
vent them from selecting the Jews
for 3rd place in the Kluxer trini-
ty of hate victims.
After World War I General Van
Horn Mosely, in command of the
5th Military District, was sta-
tioned at Ft. McPherson, outside
of Atlanta. This army officer
knew the Rabbi and had occasion
to speak on the same platform
with him. After his retirement
from active duty the General
aspired to become the Man on
Horseback to lead the fascist
forces of America. In 1938 during
the height of the nazi inspired
propaganda crusade against the
Jews of America he was sum-
moned to testify before the Mar-
tin Dies Committee on Un-
American activities. After spew-
ing forth the Goebbles venom
against the Jews, the retired Gen-
eral stated that Rabbi Marx was
unpatriotic in that he had de-
clared that the American Flag
was but a rag.
Irony of Ironies! Patriotism is
possibly the Rabbi's sincerest
loyalty. His Americanism is prob-
ably deeper rooted and more pro-
found than his Judaism. It is.
patriotic ferver that has mede
Rabbi Marx a bitter enemy of
Zionism and a member of Amer-
ican Council for Judaism, Inc.
JWB Defines
Jewish Center
CHICAGOA tight-woven and
closely reasoned statement of
principles on the purposes of the
Jewish Community Center was
adopted after a day-long, clause-
by-clause debate by the National
Council of the National Jewish
Welfare Board (JWB) at its
three-day annual meeting in the
Hotel Stevens here. The state-
ment, recommended by the JWB
Survey Commission, has under-
gone a year's intensive discussion
in local Jewish Community Cen-
ters and at regional meetings of
JWB.
In its final form the statement
contains four articles and a pre-
amble, setting forth the func-
tions, aims, and role in the com-
munity of the Center and laying
stress on Jewish content in the
Center program. The JWB is the
national association of Jewish
Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs, 321 of which through-
out the country are affiliated with
the JWB.
Describing the Jewish Com-
munity Center as an agency with
which the individual American
Jew identifies himself voluntari-
ly to "satisfy his needs" as an
American Jew, the statement as-
serts that in its total program,
the Jewish Center "seeks to de-
velop and enrich human person-
ality and group association." The
statement also makes the point
that the Center functions as "a
common meeting ground for all
Jews."

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The Loyal Friends group
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ficers are: H. Penover, vice pres-
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and corresponding secretary; H.
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FRIDAY. MAY 21,
1948
Letters To The Editor
Discordant Xote Destroying Inity

test ~.c -.
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- iin| May :~
a Fl I
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ad speechi

sour not

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tssia should
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I foi :". .' Dot, Russia
rai .....- :.- :..-=: t: recorr.-
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'".'.' : | artiti a, at no
elf and recent-
teeship As
a Zionist I I
Z: nist cause.
; : Britain Rabb: Shapiro
in He ud "We a:e
- the Brit in of Bal-
D ret Rnize Israel.''
( Balfour! What
it? Has R_
forj tten the re.
v..-.' A-i:r.. I a
'/.. nist I take the
I the executive member
.'-.: n ; for Pales-
ne S. Z Shrag said 1
:: t Britain "1 u begun
ige ..-. I war agains*.
I : L that Bri
the Tra
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in the world,
Un
gnized the 5
As a Zionist I
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ring, peace to Israel
od ... hun ttitj
Dr. M. B Cirlin
thai the C anal I r An
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-:- ate re-
.'.:.;_..-; to the
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d effrontery t. Jewish
Unit] 11 i long been
in ardent foe of Zi nism ar.d
7udaism.Jt basutflj Amer-
ican
[I
:o darr.ag-
Unity
- its dm
. n-
-.--.-r : ilthy J
i a strong influence in local
and national political t
have corrupt. ...-.g of
menhigher up in the p:'.
I y to thei
p r.. r. i a
A; l leaders]
this Douncil for snti-Ju
prey 1
is i in Jewish
life I appeal :- them I si p ie-
stroying Jewh stop
fighting against our own p
ing lies ab ut Pal-
st p using the p.-< i
nfuse the American public
being afraid of a Jewish
state.
HYMAN SOOTIN"
Aged Home Re-elects
Mrs. Sherry President
'.; Ben] ita She**** was re-
tident of the Miami
Beach auxiliary to the Jewish
Home I : the Aged at their last
rnet | at the Robert Rich-
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Serving with her next year will
be Mrs Benjamin Appel Mrs.
Greenberg, Mrs Samuel Rit-
Mrs B J. Schwartz, Mrs
Samuel Sapii -" Ben-
io Kaplan, vice presidenti
J Plotl '-'
Benjamin Feld. financial M
Sol S recordmg
se Beck. Mrs Morris
Mrs. Albert Rakoff.
nding secretaries.
are Mrs. Moses
Krieger, Mrs. Rose Weiss and
Mrs Harold B. Spaet. Dr. Celia
- auditor.
.Annual summer project which*
ached at the last meeting
was outlined following elections
Mrs 5-1 S.'.verrnan is chairman
. Mrs Michael Arnold.1
Mrs. Albert Rakoff and Mrs
L tiis Makovsky, co-chairrr.c-r.
Mrs Arnold ar.d Mrs Isaac Ep-
i r.aicd the two princi-
pal gifts to the treasure chest.
M Harold B. Spaet will spon-
! r the summer luncheons as-
; Mrs. Samuel Sapiro.
Rabbi Raab Named
Chaplain of AE Pi
Rabbi David Raab of
formed Temple I
organization I
Jewish
Beach and vicinity, has
made chaplain of Alpha E
P. fraternity at the Uni
Miami.
Rabbi Raab was also recently
elected member-at-large of the
ire-organized Zionist Emergency
I Council.
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WC Delegates Report on
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A report of the Workmen's
circle school conference in Ph:l-
adelp: 29 and 30. will be
rendered at the meeting of Vla-
deck branch No. 699. Sunday.
May 23 at 8 p.m.
Delegates were Charles '
traub and Mordecai Gleberman.
. tea her at the school here who
will aJ '..- ;. -'
local school. Re-
will be served and
invited to attend.
The biennial conference which
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lives of
all V." : -: en'i
throughout the country who met
to discuss new methods and pro-
is '. I .ta-.-.ir.g.
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Mrs. Abraham Price of 2140 S.W.
20th S:. will be Bar Mitzvah to-
::.ornmg in the Miami
w school and congregation.
1101 S.W. 12th Ave. The boy will
address the congregation and
Rabbi Simon April will respond.
Kiddish is to be served immed-
after services. All friends
and relatvies of the family and
members of the congregation are'
invited to attend.
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FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1948
B'nai B'rith Groups Unite For
Mammoth Carnival At Beach T
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PAGE NINETEEN
T herald Sunday's gala carni-
val planned by the B'nai B'rith
Council a giant motorcade has
keen devised tor 9 p.m. Saturday
evening. Representing all the
B'nin B'rith lodges, women's and
youth groups in Greater Miami.
[he parade of colorfully decorated
.utomobiles is scheduled to start
'(,,,, Washington Ave. at 20th
st Miami Beach, announcing
Sunday's all-day affair.
V, rd ng to Jules Channing of
Beach lodge, carnival
chairman, more than 2.500 B'nai
B'rith numbers, their families
and friends are expected to par-
Ucipate in the festivities which
win at 2 p.m. .at the Miami
Beach YM & WHA. 1535 Bay
Rd. Amusement booths, refresh-
es of skill, palm read-
jjj and fortune tellers are
planni d as well as a program of
music nd entertainment.
nee orchestra has been en-
gaged i ir dancing from 8:30 p.m.
until close of the evening.
Miniature airplane spin ride
will be set up for the children
alor.t: with balloon target games,
dart games, and other games of
chance and amusement, Channing
[ veals.
Merchandise prizes will be
to participants in the
games I skill, and members of
the Clara Landau, Debbs and
Emnia Lazarus women's chapters
dressed in colorful costumes will
circulati through the crowds sell-
ing bazaar sweetmeats.
in to the carnival
3 free. All proceeds of
[fair will be used for the
tion of community service
S for 1948 by B'nai B'rith
in ('neater Miami and for
ntenance of the coordinat-
ing council.
Chairman Channing has urged
all ... nival chairman to report
any changes in concessions or
booth plans to him at 5-9929
E. Albert Pallot and David
Lemelman are in charge of ticket
sales. Publicity and promotion
for the affair are being coordi-
nated by Chas. R, Jacobson. ex-
ecutive secretary of the B'nai
B'rith Council.
Serving on the carnival com-
mittee with Channing are: Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Schulefand. Mike
Sussman, Dr. Norman Russ, Mrs.
Wm. Danzigcr, Mrs. Norman
Reinhard, Jerome Weinkle, Mrs.
Erwin Marshall, the Misses Beryle
Axlrod, Jean Nevel, Gloria Farkas
and Ethel Pont.
Also serving with the commit-
tee on arrangements are Harold
Turk, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs.
Norman Giller, Godfrey K. New-
man, Bob Levin, Gershon S.
Miller.
Mrs. Gordon Installs
Emma Lazarus Group
Miss Ethel Pont was installed
as president of the Emma Lazarus
Chapter Business and Profession-
al Women B'nai B'rith on Sun-
day. 8 p.tr... May 16, at Betty's
Restaurant. 14th St. and Biscayne
Blvd.
In tiling officer was Mrs.
Gordon, president of
Sholem lodge Women's chapter
and a past district president. In-
vocation was offered by Mrs. Sol
Goldstrom of the Miami Beach
v: chapter.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David synagogue delivered the
Principal address and Marx Fein-
berg, president of Sholem lodge,
acted as master of ceremonies.
The Misses Tillie Livingston
and Ethel Pont were co-chair-
the affair and were as-
sisted by Miss Tenna Fisher and
Miss Lillian Sack.
Other officers installed with
' were: Miss Dorothy
'' first vice pres.; Miss Tillie
second vice pres.;
Miss Miriam Goldstein, recording
7; Mrs. Ruth Katzif. cor-
responding secretary; Miss Irene
SMar, financial secretary and
Charlotte Ahrens. treasurer.
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A dinner party and dance fea-
tured the combined installation
ceremonies of the North Shore
lodge and Women's chapter of
B'nai B'rith on Tuesday, 7 p.m..
May 18 at the Vanderbilt hotel,
20th and Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Stanley Phillips and
A. J. Kaplan were installed as
presidents of the two groups with
Milton A. Friedman. State Fed-
eration president installing the
officers of the men's lodge and
Mrs. Irving Becker. 3rd vice pres.
of Women's District Grand lodge
No. 5, for the women's chapter.
Guest speaker of the evening
was Louis Heiman. president of
the District Grand lodge No. 5
of B'nai B'rith.
The committee in charge of
arrangements included Mrs.
Phillips, Mrs. Lou Sherman, Mrs.
Selma Leban, Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Mrs. Mark Silverstein.
A program of entertainment
with dancing in the patio followed
the dinner and ceremonies. Mr.
and Mrs. Malcolm First were in
charge of the publicity for the
affair.
Other officers installed for the
women's chapter were: Mrs.
Mark Silverstein, vice pres.; Mrs.
Louis Sherman, treasurer: Mrs.
Selma Leban, corresponding sec-
retary: Mrs. David Shiftman,
recording secretary; Mrs. Hal
Evans, financial secretary.
Other officers installed for the
men's chapter were: Leo Solomon,
first vice pres.; Leonard Tobin.
second vice pres.; Mark Silver-
stein, sec.; Malcolm First, fi-
nancial secretary; Sam Weinfeld.
treasurer.
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Fishing Tournament
The 13th annual Metropolitan
Miami S15.000 Fishing Tourna-
ment, the most successful in its
long history, was formally closed
Wednesday night. May 12, with
the annual prizes-awards meeting
at the Rod and Reel Club on
Hibiscus Island.
Under the direction of H. H.
Hyman. general chairman of the
event which is now the world's
oldest consecutive rod and reel
angling competition, a registry of
more than 700 men, women and
children anglers were formallv
awarded trophies, ptizes and cita-
tions for first and second place
winners as well as worthy catches
during the 99-day schedule.
These anglers represented 44
states, the District of Columbia,
and five foreign countries.
Miami Hadassah
To Install
Installation of officers of Mi-
ami Group of Hadassah will be
held at a luncheon, on the roof
of the Columbus hotel, 312 N.E.
1st St., at 12:30 p.m., Tuesday,
June 1, with Mrs. Milton Sirkin
as installing officer. Mrs. Joel
Bclov will act as mistress of
ceremonies.
Guest speaker for the after-
noon will be I. R. Goodman. Mrs.
Louis Kotkin will deliver the
invocation.
Officers to be installed are:
president. Mrs. H. C. Moser; first
vice president, Mrs. H. B. Cohen;
second vice president, Mrs. J.
Martin Fishman; third vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Harry Laufer; treas-
urer, Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt; fi-
nancial secretary, Mrs. Rae
Frome; recording secretary, Mrs.
Irving Genet; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Fred Ochs.
The following members have
been elected to the board of di-
rectors: Mesdames Simon April,
Joel Belov, J. Carp, S. Dezen,
M. G. Drapkin. H. Elson, Morris
Feingold, Jack Fink, Rose Gold,
Maurice Grossman, Ida Hartz,
Ben Hertz, N. D. Jacobs, E. Kaye,
L. Kotkin, H. Lackey, Albert
Ladd, Levitan. Edw. Meadow.
Minna Moll, Sol Rovin. I. Rubin.
David Sernaker. L. Silverman, J.
Schoffel, Harold Van Dam, J. H.
Weitzner and Harry Gordon.
Reservations mav be secured
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Jewish Education and the Amer-
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week.
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Bureau, will be a discussant at
one of the sessions of the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Ed-
ucation annual meeting there,
scheduled May 20 to 23. Mrs.
Meisel is accompanying him.
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FRIDAY. MAY 21, 194a
a-:-*' F-rt
Jersey Rabbi
To Occupy Pulpit
In Laaderdale
::-:- r.i-son. East
Orange. M J. has be~;r. appointed
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Lraderdale Abe V.z
ideal of the c:~z-: :.m. has
announced.
Dr. ?.- = :-rrer.tlv ?.77r: :f
r7e 5.-.i.-ry 7;:". z: Tas:
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rt r. Jew!?:-. Re!igioua
Sch.ol education and has met
with outstanding success in his
development at adult Jewish ed-
ucation. His monthly Sunday
rr>orning breakfasts and forums,
and bis filly Sunday night
Fireside attracted con-
i ier: -tion in the north.
F nurabes of years Rabbi
Ranson has taken an active part
-. the iwmeat to bring about
landtag between
ChiaeUuil and Jews. In 1942 he
warded a citation as the
. worker for good
.:7 in New Jersey by the Essex
_-.: C.-ference of Catholics.
Jews and Protestants.
He was zz. Miami in 1945, to-
gether w:th a leading Protestant
zni. a Ca-.r..7: onsig-
- -? rr.entbers of the
5 on behalf of the
NCCJ
I>r Raou"" .; ~irr:ed to the
formir Annetti J V rrfcl of
M They have a 16-
ghter.
Holiyvi ood Rally
Salutes ftmm State
Hollywood Jewish Community
center was the scene of a rally
to salute the newly proclaimed
Jewish state in Palestine Sunday
afternoon. Invitations to the citi-
zens of Hollywood were issued by
the presidents of the Jewish or-
ganizations there.
Arranging the affair were Wil-
liam Flacks, president of the ZOA
of Broward county: Mrs. Louis
J. Golden, president, Broward
county Hadassah: William Hoff-
heimes. commander of the county
post. Jewish War Veterans; Irv-
ing H. Zuckerman. first vice pres-
ident of the center; Mrs. Marie
OrgeL president of the ladies
auxiliary: Harry Stad!er. repre-
senting the Jewish Welfare fed-
eration: Charles Daniels, presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith lodge:
and George Robinson, president
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization of Hollywood.
Robert L. Haymaker, mayor of
the city, offered the city's greet-
ings.
Young Adult Group
Initiated at Beach Center
Forty young men and women
met on Sunday evening at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center. |f
2, for a supper meeting to form
a young peoples organization
which would be an integral part
of the Center. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man addressed the group Cantor
Jacob Goldring and Joseph
Schreibman conducted singing 0;
Palestinian songs.
As a follow up. the gr jp held
a meeting the following week to
formulate plans. Gersh r. Miller
was asked to assume temporary
chairmanship and a iteai rig com-
mittee of 10 people was appoint-
ed. They have met to plar a pro-
gram for the general netting
which will be held at th Center
on May 25.
Activities of this gr rill be
religious, cultural and 7. and
membership will be ..-.vita-
tion only.
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TO Iff FRIENDS, CITIZENS AND VOTERS
OF DADE COUNTY AND THE LOWER EAST
COAST OF FLORIDA:
One of the reasons why I have so steadfastly
and energetically supported Fuller Warren for Governor is:
That early in 1947 Fuller Warren mentioned to
me that cities all over Florida were hard pressed for funds
to make neoessary improvements to their streets and roads
and many of them were very tight for actual operating
expenses.
At that time he reminded me that while I was
on the State Road Board during the Holland administration
a law had been passed making it mandatory for the State
Road Department to maintain and pay for any new oonstruotion
on suoh highways as were designated as connecting links
between roads then being maintained by the State Road
Department.
Fuller Warren said he was of the opinion
the State should build for the City of Miami and the people
of Dade County either tunnels under the Miami River or
bridges over the River high enough to eliminate the traffio
tie-ups we now experience.
He also mentioned that the same type of
construction is badly needed over the New River at
Ft. Lauderdale in Broward County, and that both projeots
would be eligible for Federal financial aid and are vitally
necessary.
c 2
TO
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financial re
based on my
Road Board,
be carried tl
other badly
County and
Warren's tei
Warren's oppq
of high mora
reservation!
Warren to be [
candidate ft
most capable I
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rmv. MAY 21, 1948
*kUlfhric1irir
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
Beach Congress
Ladies Install
Mrs. Glickman
Mrs. Leonard Glickman was
installed as president of Miami
Beach Chapter, Florida Women's
Division, American Jewish Con-
gress, it a luncheon in the Robert
Rjchter hotel, yesterday.
Harold Turk, Miami Beach
councilman, installed the Mes-
dames Saul Broida, Herbert
GreenlH-.K, Alexander Kogan,
William Loeb and John Soifer, as
vicc presidents; Mrs. Frederick
Grossb.Tg as recording secretary;
Mrs A. Lester Stepner as treas-
urer Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum
and* Mrs. Irving Swift as fi-
nancial secretaries; Mesdames
Herbert Glickman, Murray Maur-
er and Irwin Teplis as corre-
sponding secretaries; and Mrs.
Harry Koretsky as auditor.
Mrs Louis Glasser, national
vice president of the American
Mrs. Leonard Glickman
Jewish Congress, was toast-
mistress of the day. Mrs. Loeb
and Mrs. Broida arranged
for Mrs. Harry Kraff, soprano,
Mrs. I. L. Fishbein, concert pian-
ist, and Miss Shaloma Shawmut,
singer of Palestinian songs, to
present a musical program.
The advisory board consists of Mrs.
Moses Krieger. Mrs, Clarence Cohn,
Mrs. Bmanuel aBaskInd, Mrs. Alfred
1.....r, Mrs. Sam I'msti-rtnan, Mrs.
Emma Friend, Mrs. Rose Weiss ami
Mis a. .1. Tobln.
Hoard of directors Includes Mes-
dames Daniel Broad, I.. Barr, .1.
Beftnan, <".. Berk, M. Dollmger, Leon
Kll. B Peld, Clara Ooldenberg-, M.
Qana, I'. Qlaser, .1. Qrosslnger, Q,
Qoldbergi N. Olosser, I*. Glasser, B,
Qreene, K. Qllckman, B. Glasser, ]..
Julian, .T. Janoff, J. Kogos. .1 Kane,
Leon Kronlahi H. Kahn, J. Klmballi
I,. Klmball, A. Klein, Irving Lehrmani
Sam Upton, J Upton, s. Levins, L.
Meyers, Max Melsel, J. Marsa, .1.
Mahler, II. Meyers, X. Newman. I'.
Neuwlrth, l-'. P.ak..ff, M. Rablnowlts,
I, U"ss. II. Rosenbergi M. S. Rubin.
It. Bchultl, J. I-. Shawmut, s. Silver-
man, !. Bellgman, s Slegel, T. Trent.
I!. Thorpe, M. Talnowlts, Ira Walsey,
\r Weiner. Sam Wlesen, P. Weiss.
Carl Welnkle, I. Yagoda and B. Zim-
merman.
Rod Cross Seeks
Nurse's Aides
SUPPLY COMPANY. MIAMI
checked up with engineering and
and am firmly of the opinion,
gained while serring on the State
itwo very neoessary projects oould
'eonpletion. I also believe that
Idges, causeways and roads in Dade
Ida oan and will-be built during
ee.
pleasure for me to state that
intelligent, upright young man
er.
er, it is my firm opinion and belief,
flessfully operating a large business
a Mm, that Fuller Warren is the best
ifBienwho ran in the Governor's race.
pt hesitation and with no mental
pcord in stating that I believe
administrator and the best qualified
aess man's viewpoint, and to be the
Ithe high offioe of Governor.
I am very
Additional Red Cross nurse's
aides are urgently needed now
for morning service in the Vet-
erans Administration hospital in
Coral Gables. Mrs. R. Ernest
Nitzache, volunteer services
chairman for Dade county Red
Cross issued an appeal this week
for 25 women volunteers to en-
roll for a new class to begin soon.
This will be the second class of
aides to be trained at the Vet-
erans Administration hospital
here.
Persons at least 18 years of
age, with a high school educa-
tion or better, who are physically
well and willing to devote at least
one morning a week are urged to
come to the volunteer offices at
930 N.E. 2nd Ave. for interviews.
Nurse's aide training consists
of 35 hours of classroom lectures
and demonstration followed by
45 hours of duty on the floor,
under close supervision of regis-
tered nurses. On completion of
the course the aide is entitled to
wear the cap and pin of the Red
Cross nurse's aides.
In addition to asking for volun-
teers for this new class, all nurse's
aides trained by Dade county Red
Cross or by other chapters are
asked to contact Mrs. Otto Kemp
at volunteer offices.
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A musical interlude provided
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Beach Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women, Tuesday afternoon, May
18 at the Shelborne hotel.
Mrs. I. L. Fishbein, concert
pianist, and Mrs. Harry Kraff,
soprano, coordinated on their
program of piano and vocal se-
lections.
Before making her home in
Florida Mrs. Fishbein has ap-
peared as soloist with the New
Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the
National Orchestral Association
of New York, and has given many
radio programs for the Mutual
Network. She is a graduate of
the Master Institute of United
Arts, and the Alfred Cortot
School of Piano.
Mrs. Kraff who has soloed on
NBC programs including one year
with the Tasty-Yeast hour, sang
leading roles for Schubert pro-
ductions "Mile Modiste" and
"The Chocolate Soldier." She has
appeared in concert in Town Hall.
Carnegie Hall, and has sung lead-
ing roles in opera, appearing with
the San Carlo Opera Co., the
Charlotte Lund Opera Co., and
the Norwalk Opera Co.
Both women are now planning
several programs to be given in
Cuba.
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FRIDAY, MAY2] i948
Mrs. Goldstein
Re-oleeted By
Boaeh Hadassah
was reelected president of the
Miami Beach group of Hadassah
at their last business meeting of
the year, held Monday at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Other officers chosen for the
ensuing year include: Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, first vice president: Mrs
Irwin Ifakovsky, second vice
president: Mr; Morris Wolfe.
third vice r. Mrs M
rt :' urth vice president:
Mrs Harry Platoff. financial sec-
retary Mrs Leo Chaiken, treas-
r; Mrs C Susskii >rd-
ing Jecrel ry; Mrs S A Good-1
man. corresponding secretary:
.'' Herman Popkin, sxial sec-1
retary Installati n : Eficeri and
boar:; wrfl] be held in the ea

M 9 Sam Sirr.or.hoff program
ted Mrs Dj:>
thy F..-.:-: is guest sr-a'rier. Her
Culture Is Not Orna-
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_ U Dr Haim Yassky, Ha-
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an -
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Mi Fei e G .....n and Mm
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: ear.
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:, .: meeting of the
:: be held Wednesday.
M y 21 I '. p Ki to plan a large
:p campaign.
Beth Sholom Added To
Sisterhood Federation
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, has been
added to the roster of the Nation-
al Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods, one of the world's largest
Jewish women's organizations.
The Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood brings to 425 the total
'number of local units of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods in the United States and
in cities of Canada. Cuba, Pana-
ma, the United Kingdom, South
Africa and Australia.
An agency of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
'the central organization of
American Liberal Judaism), the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, organized in 1913.
engages in a broad Program
service to Jewish and humani-
tarian causes.
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FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1948
^Jewistfhridliain
PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Political Roundup
Edwin L. "Ed" Mason has an-
nounced that he is basing his
candidacy for justice of the peace
in district 1 upon his own merits
soHy .
The candidate emphasized his
vears of law practice and associa-
tion with U.S. Commissioner
Rogrr Edward Davis as well as
his experience as special assistant
t0 the U.S. district attorney.
I feel that my experience in
the many fields of law, plus my
wide association with people has
qualified me for the judgeship
0[ this court. I know people and
understand their problems and I
can assure everyone if I'm elect-
ed justice of peace, I will run an
efficient, courteous and under-
standing court."
and for the benefit of our agri-
cultural interests," said Commis-
sioner Bird. "This Washington
hearing is a vital step toward
that end. The complete, over-
all water control plan calls for
an expenditure of $208,000,000 of
federal funds. Our Florida Flood
Control Committee is ading to
get this appropriation through
Congress.
"Right now, our county coml
mission is strengthening the im-
portant Dade-Broward levee
which directly affects water con-
trol in this county. We will con-
tinue to work on Dade county.
South Florida and Washington
phases of the water problem un-
til it is carried through for the
protection of our people and their
property," Mr. Bird stated.
W. May Walker, judge of the
Second Judicial Circuit, has qual-
ified as a candidate for the
vacancy on the Florida Supreme
Court left when Justice Rivers
Buford retired.
Judge Walker was born and
brought up in Wakulla county,
son of the famous Col. Nat R.
Walker, He studied in the com-
mon schools, and as a young man
moved to Tallahassee and joined
the city fire department. While
working there, Walker studied
law. later getting his formal law
education in Cumberland Uni-
versity. He was admitted to prac-
tice in 1927, and was elected Leon
county judge in 1932.
He has been active in local
civic affairs, and has also served
frequently in other circuits of
Florida and on the supreme bench
as a substitute for a disqualified
jurist.
Preston B. Bird, county com-
missioner and vice chairman of
the Florida Flood Control Com-
mittee, will attend a hearing on
flood control before a Senate
committee. He is to be accom-
panied by County Engineer Earle
M. Rader.
K ids in Dade county must
be prevented and we must also
provide for an adequate supply
of fresh water for all our people,
C. E. Rodgers the first to qual-
ify as candidate for constable in
the third district this year, is
continuing his campaign for the
second primary runoff.
A former driver for the old
Dunn Bus company, Rodgers has
had experience as a recreation
worker and official and has been
employed by the U.S. Public
Health department in mosquito
control work. He served in the
Miami Police department in the
traffic, uniform and radio divi-
sions; for three years was acting
sergeant in the radio division and
at the captain's desk.
"If elected," says Rodgers, "I
will be a working constable,
offering friendly, courteous and
efficient service to district three;
I will propose the installation of
a radio car to work in coopera-
tion with county and municipal
patrol cars."
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Recently initiated members of
Beta Beta Beta were the Misses
Myra Gerson and Dottie Singer.
The girls were installed by Presi-
dent Janet Quartin at a candle-
light ceremony in the home of
Miss Barbara Weiner, Refresh-
ments iollowed.
The group is planning their an-
nually sponsored dance at the Mi-
ami YMHA tomorrow night at
which time a Mr. and Miss "Y"
will be chosen. Candidates in-
clude Miss Leah Rosenberg, ALS
chapter of B'nai B'rith Qirls; Har-
riet feidler, BZB chapter; Phyllis
Kotenberg DBG group, for the
gin s title, and oon Reisman,
Sigma Hlio ol AZA, and Billy
Kaier, 322, for the boy.
Tri Beta's traditional Mother's
day tea was he:.l ia.. '< ai me
home of Miss Barbara Wesson.
The Misses Dottie Singer, Dana
Potumpkin, Maxine Bender par-
ticipated in the entertainment and
tea rose corsages were presented
to the mothers. Identical prizes
of cologne were awarded to two
members most resembling their
mother, Miss Renee Jacobson and
Miss Marion Malakoff.
Biscayne Derby To End
Kennel Season May 31
Moving towards the close of
the 1947-1948 greyhound* racing
season here and its May 31 clos-
ing night Biscayne Derby Cham-
pionship, the sport's oldest stakes
still being offered, the Biscayne
Kennel club promises to erase
all records for late season meet-
ings :n attendance, mutuels and
racing with fair weather prevail-
ing.
Having inaugurated its annual
spring series of Marathon Spec-
ials or stamina-testing treks over
the 2,535-foot course, several
more of these will be offered
during the closing three weeks.
This period also will see the an-
nual presentation of the William
Fineran Memorial, a race run
each year in honor of Biscayne's
late racing secretary who con-
tinues to be nationally respected
for his outstanding efforts in pio-
neering the advancement of young
dogs. With a number of Derby
preparation races, all will be
pointed to the historic Biscayne
Derby on closing night, Monday,
May 31 when this event will be
run as the last race of the season.
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR
-Jewishthrkkati
HUDAY, MAY 21, 1948
Council Women
Sponsor Project
To Aid Palestine
A contribution to the educa-
tional and cultural life of Pales-
tine, which will support and ex-
pand the facilities of the School
of Education at the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, was an-
nounced May 7 by Mrs. Joseph
M. Welt, of Detroit, president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Indicative of the organization's
vital concern for the upbuilding
of Palestine, the contributor, wil'
make possible the use of fur.is
totaling $72,000 by the Hebrew
University's School of Ed-:i:::r.
during the next three years.
Announcement of the cor."
tion. Mrs. Welt disclosed, repre-
sents the culmination of Mf ti-
tions between the National Cdud.-
cil of Jewish Women and the He-
brew University that have ex-
tended over the past year. The
specific content of the pro;e:: t
be financed by the contributi n
will be announced later, follow-
ing its determination jointly by
the organization and universitj
officials.
The Hebrew University ii not
only the outstanding edu
institution in Palestine Dr
Alexander Dushkind, executive
vice president of the Jewish Ed-
tion : ": '' e :'. Ne-* York
said: "it := also th >nly non-
partisan institution
dealing with many .'. the
. :~ nstructi r.
.'.ii.h will follow the |
period if < inflict Thi -<:.-. ::.i
School of E
ti n the National Council of
. Women will come close
to the heart of the entire pro-
of educational progress in
Palestine."
The present form of the con-
tribution was suggested to the
organization last January, when
Dr. Eliezer Rieger, chairman of
the Hebrew University's Depart-
ment of Education advised the
- realization that the university
had been offered a grant of S36.-
000 by the Palestine Government
ing grant could
lined.
The contribution of the Nation-
al Council I Jewish Women will
ride the matching grant of
S36.000. and will enable the He-
(Jniversity to undertake a
three-year expansion program of
its School of Education. The
I need >f the organization's
ntributi n is evidenced by the
rsity i deficit of $400,000 for
the current year.
The decision to make a con-
. .-. \j the cultural life of
was made at the or-
ganization's 1&46 Triennial Con-
vi nti D by representatives of the
200 Council Sections throughout
jntry.
Political Roundup
Grant, Stockdale candidate for
county commissioner denied any
affiliation with any other candi-
date in a radio speech Wednes-
day, -i. Grant Stockdale." he
stated, "have run and wfll con-
tinue to run my ow* rsoealone
without conunl I m i d ta "
Stockdale declared that his
policy seeks to gam the water
control and flood control. "That
is as far as any mai Ut en-
gineer, r.g training can go ir. th<
- :f water control, whether
he speaks as a private citizen or
as a county ." he
qualified.
! tinty :; a
....... r.
.; t.-._: .!-.-. _nty needs water
. atroL the commission turns to
Og department, and
U the United States Geological
United
Army En| n that
will carrj -: that policy. Engi-
ne, expert! OB water and
i plan for
the best interests t Iks county
; nth Florida M
plan t bees accepted 1 y the
"_'S A:-;- EngipecTi I accept the
i special-
._ Red by
p and I i
the?
with the recommendation of
member of the Dade county bar.
to the office of circuit judge while
he was on the Civil Court of
Record bench.
- -.
y and
I." _r i Tilt
William J. Pruit. candidate for
state senate, has declared that he
continue his fight against
consolidation, which will appear
on the ballot the 25th day of
May
, The proposal to abolish the
government of the City of Mi-
ami and Dade county and merge
it under one name. The provision
ies that all officers, of-
ficials and employees would be
abolished, which means that all
and county employees would
" Pruitt explained.
"City employees would lose the
in that civil service and
pension right would be lost,"
Pruitt said in a two-page letter
ecently mailed to all city and
J county employees.
This one piece of legislation,
according to Pruit, "would de-
tr.mentally affect more working
people in Dade county than any
piece of legislation that has ever
been passed." He urged its de-

Tr.e candidate has set himself
up as "the man who first came
--: consolidation and ex-
this sinister, nefarious,
destroying eipce of
. r.." which was intro-
duced and passed by his op-
ponent.
RUTH BROTMAN
Muiic Laureate
Scs,a"*r)ip Par SPECIALIZING IN SINGING
AND VOICE PLACEMENT
F&r -forTit.cn call S-3042
OPEN FOR WEDDINGS AND
CLUB ENGAGEMENTS
Fairness and impartiality in
all matters coming before the
i
guarding I the I andationa of
our government (ervatior
of the freedom and justice as-
sured by the constitution of the
democracy of the United States."
Circuit Judge Ross William, can-
didate for re-election, stated this
week.
"Any man who comes before a
court in democratic America,
whether a litigant, defendant or
attorney and regardless of af-
filiations, creed or race, should
have an equal standing before
the court." Judge Williams said.
"This is a policy I have main-
taintffi during my years on the
bench, and a policy I shall adhere
to so long as I hold judicial office.
"This is the highest assurance
any man can make in seeking a
judicial post." he continued "No
man in aspiring to be a judge can
honestly and conscientiously
make promises to favor any in-
iividual or group. If he does so.
he is not worthy of the office
he seeks."
Judge Williams said he expects
to wage a vigorous campaign
along the same "clean, highly
ethical lines" he conducted his
first primary campaign. Central
Dade campaign headquarters will
be at 304 E. Flagler St.
Besides eighteen years' experi-
ence as a trial lawyer. Judge Wil-
liams has had notable judicial
experience. He served from May
1937 to December 21. 1939 as
judge of the Civil Court of Record
of Dade county. He received ap-
pointment from the governor.
Justice T. Frank Hobson has
inn -need his candidacy for re-
turn to the Supreme Court.
"For more than 20 years prior
to my elevation to the Supreme
Court." said Justice Hobson, "I
served as Circuit judge of the
Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
comprising Pinellas and Pasco
counties.
"I submit this experience and
the judicial record it has written
for me as the basis of my very
sincere belief that I shall con-
tinue, with your help, to serve
you creditably as a justice of the
Supreme Court of Florida."
Justice Hobson is a candidate
for the Democratic nomination in
the special primary of May 25 tr.
complete the term of Justice
Rivers Buford.
Mrs. Iaser
Re-eleeted Pres.
Florida A.H"
Mrs. Louis Glasser was re-
elected president of the Florida
Women's division of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress at a meet-
ing held recently by the joint
boards of the Miami and Miami
Beach chapters of the AJC and
the officers of the Florida divi-
sion.
Serving with her for the com-
ing year will be Mrs Mark Kap-
lan. Mrs. Benjamin Zimmerman
and Miss Malvina Weiss, vice
presidents: Miss Clara Golden-
berg, financial sec; Mrs. Jack
Schieff, rec. sec; Mrs. Benjamin
Feld. treas.; and Mrs. Herbert
Silver, corres. sec.
The group also voted for a
scholarship fund endowment to
the Inter-culture Educational
workshop to be held at the Uni-
versity of Miami this summer.
The workshop is to be given for
f
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kindly but "urgently invited to
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to M. Spigelman, 84-23 126th St,
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teachers interested in the racial,
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