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

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

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

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EWISH WEEKLY
^mTi8-NUMBER 25
Federation Directors Voice
Approval of Educational
Study In Report to Body
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1945
The newly elected board of di-
I actors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation met for its
first session Monday evening at
the Sunshine Room.
The report of the Committee
I on Community Needs concerning
the study of Jewish education in
Miami was the major topic on
the agenda. Summation of the
report was rendered by Stanley
C. Myers, chairman.
Following the general discus-
I sion, the directors approved the
recommendations submitted. The
I six points outlined stated:
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
I tion is necessary to the develop-
ment of a better program in
Greater Miami and should be
continued.
The Budget Committee of Fed-
eration should release funds now
held in reserve for the period
I September 1 to December 31,
11945 to enable the Bureau to
[continue its program.
I The Bureau should be encour-
I aged to carry out Dr. Chipkin's
I plan and program submitted in
11943.
I The functions of the Bureau in
I relation to other community
Iagencies should be defined in
I conferences with the agencies
[concerned to develop a basis for
Inaximum cooperation and elim-
ination of overlapping of pro-
|pms.
should be so organized as to
allow for participation of agen-
cies and organizations in addi-
tion to schools to make it repre-
sentative of the total community
interests. J
_ Grievances developed in rela-
lon to the former Jewish Educa-
tion Association between the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tions and Beth Jacob Congrega-
H? *?d ^deration should be
studied and attempts made to ef-
fect adjustments so that if pos-
sible, obsacles to affiliation with
the Bureau can be overcome.
The subcommittee in addition
to Stanley C. Myers as chairman,
included Rabbi Saul B. Appel-
baum, Rabbi Simon April, Mrs
Max Dobrin, Abraham P. Gan-
nes, Maurice Grossman, Louis
Heiman, Leon Kaplan, Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Joseph M. Lipton, Jack
Marash, Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, Benjamin Meyers, Rabbi Al-
bert Michaels, Max Orovitz, Jo-
seph Rose, Norman Rossman,
Samuel Schachno, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Israel Shapoff, Fred K.
Shochet, Harry Sirkin, Joseph
Zalis, and Irving K. Furst, sec-
retary.
Max Orovitz, president of Fed-
eration and chairman of the
the meeting, announced appoint-
ments of standing committees:
PROF. M. KAPLAN
IS OUT BY RABBIS;
IS
PRICE TEN CENTS
, New York (JTA)-Rabbi Mor-
decai M. Kaplan, leader of the
Keconstructionist movement,
which attempts to reinterpret the
Jewish religion so as to check
the escapism which, it asserts, is
prevalent in contemporary Juda-
ism, was "excommunicated" this
week by a group of 200 rabbis at
a cherem" ceremony held at the
Hotel McAlpin.
The ceremony, arranged by the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the
United States and Canada, con-
cluded with the public burning
of the revised Prayer Book is-
sued by Prof. Kaplan, to which
the orthodox rabbis objected, de-
The Rabbinical Assembly of
America voiced its strong con-
demnation of the recent action
taken by a group of rabbis
called together under the aegis
of the Agudat Harabbanim
(Union of Orthodox Rabbis).
War Bond Rally and Water
Carnival Highlight Efforts
of B'nai B'rith Campaign
The Board of the Bureau i (continued on page 5)
INSISTS
IflUNT PEPC
il BE SET UP
Washington (JTA)President
miman th)- week told his press
Werence that he hoped that
e House Rules Committee
would reconsider its refusal to
glow the House to vote on the
m creating a permanent Fair
Employment Practice Commis-
sion.
By a tie vote of six to six,
K committee yesterday refused
grant a rule to the legislation,
S.Pv.rev^nlinR il from coming
prto the floor of the House for a
*L l Petition designed to
* ng it before the House is now
E,Tulaled- II has already
gained over 100 of the 212 Con-
T^'onal signatures required.
tVfftemP,01"ary wartime FEPC
flouS. '" daner as a result of
^ouse passage, last week, of the
lKcHnn''0pr.utlons BiU without
K? authorizing funds for
5iSy- The House Finance
^ee cut out the appropri-
T MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
IS SPURRED BY CAMP
IcH* S*nate APP>priation
ET? "iwted request for
fccom^e,(FEP,9 after the
Ratoned T alIeedly had
WSmn Jeject ,the entire
P*BtwJlBK lf this were
H SeiThlb" is now before
Wopria.l' wh'ch ean insert an
FSes fr the FEPC if
PUSTOtTRABBTBODY
PRZI0NIST ACTION
tenRaEFA resolution
'"'w s^'^anJ.Schach-
*' "nitAp e5Vn Zi0nism
originsI of ?u Jhe Purposes
made mihfr thuat movement"
I,heHouPsynb'lcDhere this week
Pft. l50n Rabbinical Asso-
** bv tL ^fo'Ht'on was
! Week before. mical body
Encouraged by the record-
breaking enrollment of the
Home Camp at the Town "Y."
the "Y" membership campaign
started off with great enthusiasm
last Wednesday night. Leon
Lieberman, chairman of the
Home Camp committee, reported
a total registration of 95, the
highest in the history of the sev-
en years' existence of the Camp.
Over 100 people gathered last
Wednesday night to inaugurate
the campaign. Abe Kurman,
chairman of the membership
campaign committee, announced
that he is offering $100.00 in War
Bonds to the three persons ob-
taining the highest number of
members. The first prize is a $50
bond and the second and third
prizes, $25.00 bonds, respectively.
Prospects were assigned to the
various workers who wili solicit
membership. At this time the
following captains have been ap-
pointed: Teddy Sakowitz, Max
Jacobskind, S. B. Miller. Leo
Ackerman, Bill Singer, George
Chertkof, Nat Blumberg, Harry
Gordon and Mrs. Minna Lavine.
Other captains will be assigned.
At the conclusion of the busi-
ness meeting, those present en-
joyed a cocktail party with Leo
Ackerman and Bill Singer as
hosts.
claring it is contrary to the prin-
ciples of the Jewish religion.
The ban on Prof. Kaplan and his
prayer book was preceded by a
speech of Rabbi Israel Rosen-
berg, president of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis, urging the
"excommunication."
Asked by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency to comment on
the rabbis' action, Prof. Kaplan
said: "It is just too bad that men
who call themselves rabbis
should in this day and age re-
sort to the barbarious procedure
of outlawing a man without giv-
ing him a hearing, and to the
Nazi practice of burning books
that displease them. God save
us from such leadership and
from the disgrace it is likely to
bring upon us Jews."
The preparation of his prayer-
book, Dr. Kaplan explained, was
motivated by a desire to develop
a religious service that would
give "modernminded Jews a
form of worship in which they
could participate with devotion
and sincerity." He said it was
not intended for those Jews who
were satisfied with the tradi-
tional prayers, and that the ac-
tion against him raised the ques-
tion of "freedom of worship."
He added that the excommuni-
cating rabbis were merely "mak-
ing themselves ridiculous."
"Modifications" in Dr. Kaplan's
introduction to the bookwhich
the orthodox rabbis particularly
condemnedinclude the state-
ment that Jews are not a divine-
ly chosen race; that the Torah is
a human document and not one
"supernaturally inspired," and
that modern Jews no longer look
forward to the advent of a per-
sonal Messiah.
A gala War Bond rally and
water carnival will be staged by
Bnai B'rith at the Blackstone
Pool and Cabana Club, Miami
Beach, on July 3, at 8 p. m.
Under the general chairman-
ship of David Eisen, elaborate
plans have been set for enter-
tainment and refreshments. Al-
fred Stone, manager of the
Blackstone Hotel, has made
available the spacious and lux-
urious facilities of the Black-
stone Hotel to serve as a setting
for what may be the finest affair
ever held by Sholem Lodge of
B'nai B'rith.
Highlights of the evening in-
clude a water carnival, show,
dancing, refreshments, and a
War Bond auction with valuable
gifts donated by Miami and Mi-
ami Beach merchants. While
Bnai B'rith has already sur-
passed its one million 7th War
Loan Drive quota, Chairman
Milton A. Friedman reports $1.-
250,000 sold to date, it is antici-
pated that the bonds sold during
the rally will enable B'nai B'rith
to almost double its quota.
Admission to the Blackstone
Pool and Cabana Club on the
evening of July 3, will be gained
by presentation of a B'nai B'rith
membership card allowing a
member and his escort to at-
tend. In addition, non-members
will be admitted upon purchase
of a War Bond, or by filing an
application for membership in
B'nai B'rith.
W. W. McEachern, chairman
of the Florida War Finance com-
mittee, sent out an urgent ap-
peal to prospective Series E war
bond buyers, saying that unless
extra buying takes place during
the next few days Dade county
will not reach its quota.
McEachern said the state and
the entire country are far be-
hind their quotas and the drive
is headed for failure unless
"spectacular buying" is recorded.
He said at least 300 additional
$1,000 bonds must be purchased
in Dade county besides those to
be bought through activities
planned during the next two
weeks.
"No Florida county has remit-
ted enough cash to the Federal
Reserve Bank to reach its quo-
ta, McEachern declared. "Sales
must perk up this week."
Mrs. T. T. Stevens, chairman
of the Dade War Finance Com-
mittee, Women's Division, an-
nounced additional members of
the Blue Star Brigade, Generals:
Mesdames Lillian Simonhoff,
Sarah Ellis, Gertrude Lachs,
Belle Wolf, Irving Kobley. Carl
Susskind, Max Bergman, Esther
Schechter, Mabel Bergman.
The four-star generals are
Mrs. Minnie Kline, Mrs. S. T.
Shapiro. They have sold 200 or
more.
BEACH Y HOME CAMP
IN AUSPICIOUS START
GREATER MIAMI CIVIC
BODIES MEET MONDAY
Invitations have been sent to
organizations of the Greater Mi-
ami area for a meeting at the
Beach Y on Monday, June 25, at
3:30 p. m. Called on behalf of
those community organizations
interested in the joint sponsor-
ship of a cultural program for
the coming winter season, all
groups interested in participat-
ing are asked to be present.
HISTADRUTH LEADER IS
BURIED IN PALESTINE
Tel Aviv (WNS)Eliahu Go-
lomb, one of the leaders of the
Histadruth, died here this week
of a heart attack. He was 53
years old.
REPORT 1,135.000 JEWS
KILLED IN DEATH CAMP
Moscow (JTA) The Polish
provisional government in War-
saw has made public the results
of its investigations of the Nazi
"extermination camp" in Chelm-
no, near Kolo, in the Poznan dis-
trict, revealing that at least 1,-
135,000 Jews from all parts of
Europe were killed there by the
Germans between 1940 when the
camp was established and 1945
when the Red Army liberated
the territory where the camp
was established.
The investigation established
that "the Chalmno camp was set
up in November, 1940. when un-
its of the Gestapo swept into
town. A local mansion house was
taken over by the Germans and
turned into a reception center
for the future victims. The first
croup to arrive, 700 Jews from
Kolo, came on Dec. 9, 1940. They
were taken to the reception cen-
ter, forced to undress and then
driven with whips into hermet-
ically sealed trucks equipped to
pump gas fumes into the van.
Mrs. Carl Susskind, co-chair-
man of the Beach Y Home Camp
Committee, announced a most
successful beginning of the day
camp season.
As the first session of camp
draws to a close, Mrs. Susskind
and her committee boast of a ca-
pacity registration of 100 with
24 boys and girls on a reserve
list awaiting vacancies.
A well-trained staff headed by
Miriam Levine, supervises a pro-
gram of swimming, athletics,
crafts, dramatics, music, folk,
dancing and many other attrac-
tions.
Jack P. Marash, executive di-
rector, in a statement, praised
the staff for the ease and facil-
ity with which they assumed
responsibilities and launched the
camp season with such keen
spirit.
The waterfront program under
the supervision of Ben Thaler
and Harriet "Sandy" Sanders, is
an eagerly awaited period. Arts
and crafts, under the tutelage of
Ina Marash, already shows very
fine promise of fine workman-
ship and achievement.
Terry Fishman, the dramatic
counselor, lost no time in getting
her program started, and has al-
ready presented a major produc-
tion in connection with the 7th
War Loan drive.
Alan Westin, Edith Schulman,
Bob Newman. Herbert Leven-
gard, Marcia Faber, Dave Faber,
Ada Sheiner, Ann Fine, Myrtle
Algaze, Sally Mantell and June
Steiner, round out the staff.
The next session of camp op-
ens on Monday, June 25th. It
will be followed by three other
two-week periods, starting on
July 9th, July 23rd, and August
6th, respectively. Registrations
are now being accepted for the
latter three sessions.
10 A COMMITTEE
IKES EFFORT AT
RECONCILIATION
RETRIAL OF SEDITION
DEFENDANTS ORDERED
Washington (JTA) Attorney
General Francis Biddle has di-
rected a re-trial of the case
against the alleged seditionists,
eliminating some of the defend-
ants and shortening the trial
time, the Justice Department an-
nounced.
New York (JTA)The com-
mittee appointed by the Z. O.
A. to explore the possibilities of
terminating the dissension with-
in the organization has not yet
arrived at a mutually satisfac-
tory formula, but expects to sub-
mit a definite report within two
weeks, at the next meeing of
the executive committee, Judge
Louis E. Levinthal, chairman of
the "peace committee," an-
nounced at a meeting of the na-
tional executive of the Z. O. A.
held yesterday evening under
the chairmanship of Dr. Israel
Goldstein.
Judge Levinthal revealed that
the committee has discussed va-
rious possibilities with Dr. Steph-
en S. Wise, Dr. Abba Hillel Sil-
ver and with others. He asked
that in the meantime the com-
mittee be empowerd to continue
its efforts.
Emanuel Neumann, leader of
the pro-Silver group, voiced a
feeling of disappointment at the
delay in the submission of a def-
inite report by the committee.
He maintained that the commit-
tee has had ample time to com-
plete its work and that another
two weeks is too much to lose.
He asserted that the majority of
American Zionists have voiced a
desire for prompt action.
Daniel Frisch, chairman of the
Administrative Council and a
member of the committee, ap-
pealed to Mr. Neumann and his
associates to bear with the com-
mittee. Mr. Frisch asserted that
the committee deferred is re-
port because it felt it to be in
the best interests of peace and
the cause. He pleaded for a little
more patience.
The executive committee voted
to empower the peace committee
to continue its efforts.
The Mighty Seventh War Loan
Drive is lagging. You can't quit
now, for as our President has
said, the fight is just half over.
Buy Bigger Bonds!


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PERSONALS
GM 3/c Marvin Apte, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, will
leave Wednesday for Jackson-
ville to return to the Naval base
there after spending a 30 day
furlough with his parents. He
is expected to return to the
South Pacific where he has al-
ready seen action.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz
will observe their seventh wed-
ding anniversary at a family
gathering June 23.
Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt and
children, Barbara and Jeffrey,
are visiting in New York and
will vacation in the Mountains.
Mr. Lefcourt will join them in
August.
PhM 3/c and Mrs. Stanley Tan-
nenbaum, newlywcds of last Sun-
day in Chicago, are now in Mi-
ami visiting relatives and friends.
The couple will leave next Wed-
nesday for San Francisco where
the groom will return to his
ship.
Mrs. Ezra Raphael has return-
ed after a vacation of two weeks
in New York and Canada. Mr.
Raphael leaves this week on a
business trip to northern cities
and Miss Louise Raphael, their
daughter, on a vacation to New
York and Monsey Camp.
PERSONALS
Muriel Sedan left Wednesday
to spend the summer at Camp
Carlysle, North Carolina.
Mrs. George Talianoff and her
daughter Susan will spend the
summer at Long Beach, Long
Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Kolman Luna
will leave next week for an ex-
tended visit with relatives in
Washington, New York and
Connecticut.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ausland-
er, 1520 N. W. 1st Street, will
hold open house Sunday evening,
July 1st, at 8 o'clock, in celebra-
tion of their twenty-fifth wed-
ding anniversary.
H. B. Alper, 1520 Meridian
Ave., left Tuesday for a visit
of several weeks in the East.
After spending a five week va-
cation in Washington and Balti-
more. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandle
are back at their home, 169 N.
W. 25th Street.
Listen to our radio program
"Fashion Time" over WIOD
each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45
A. M.
"ASK NO
QUARTER"
By
GEORGE
MARSH
*3
A full-bodied novel of co-
lonial Newport at the end
of the 17th century, when
pirates were preying on
New England coasts and
Newport ships ranged the
West Indies and the
merchants of Newport
waxed fat on trade and
the spoils of privateering.
A great and moving tale of
adventure and romance.
MIAMI STORE
BOOKS ,
SECOND FLOOR
Miss Katherine Peretzman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami
Beach, left last Friday for New
York, where she will spend the
summer visiting relatives. Her
brother, William (Billy) Peretz-
man, who has just graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
school, has also left town to be-
gin his boot training for the U.
S. Navy, in Bainbridge, Md.
Miss Florence Silverstein, of
Long Island and Brooklyn, N. Y.,
left Miami Wednesday evening
by Clipper for Panama. While
here she was the guest of Miss
Beatrice Lippman, Miami Beach.
Fred Jonas left Tuesday on a
trip that will take him to Sal-
vador, Mexico City, Guatemala.
He anticipates a possible visit to
San Francisco where his son
Royal is in the Medical Corps. A
second son is in the Navy, sta-
tioned at Bainbridge, Md.
Nat Zalka returned Saturday
after a business trip to the
I North.
TOP SOIL
MUCK AND MARL
We Spread Bitter Blue Sod
All Work Guaranteed
Prompt Service
PHONE 3-6933
ANNOUNCEMENT
Announcing the re-opening of
my Real Estate office at 801-2
First Trust Building, Tele-
phone 2-2111, after three years
absence from Miami in the
Military Service.
M. B. NEWMAN, Realtor
The Jewish Father
is the Nucleus
of the Family
The Bible reports death as:
his forefathers"
and he slept with
A wise father provides, today, for that uncertain tomor-
row, with a family plot in MOUNT NEBO, to keep his fam-
ily always together.
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
PERSONALS
Nat Roth left Wednesday on a
business trip that will take him
through Florida. Atlanta, Cleve-
land and New York, before re-
turning in several weeks.
Harry Kamins, electrician's
mate 1/c, is spending a thirty
day furlough here with his wife
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bl.umberg
and daughter Charlotte left Sun-
day for a month's stay in the
North. Charlotte will enter camp
and return in the fall.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman return-
ed home Friday after a six
week's visit with relatives and
friends in Virginia, Carolina and
Maryland.
Jerome Wcinkle, Miami attor-
ney, has associted himself with
the law offices of Abe Aronovitz
in the Seybold building.
Miss E. Phyllis Schulman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Schulman. 241 Ponce de Leon
Blvd., Coral Gables, is gradual
ing from the University of Miami
on June 25th. For her outstand-
ing work throughout her four
years at the University she had
the honor of being chosen as one
of seven students to appear with
the Symphony Orchestra on the
annual "School of Music Com
cert," to be presented at Miami
Senior High school on June 24.
Miss Schulman graduated from
Miami Senior High school and
served as president of Hillel
while on the University campus.
She is well known throughout
the Miami area as a popular
songstress and since the war has
entertained many thousands of
the boys in service. Friends are
invited to be present at the con-
cert.
Mrs. Carl Wcinkle and daugh-
ter Ernise are visiting with
friends and relatives in Savan-
nah. Upon the opening of the
camp season Ernsie will leave for
Camp Wohelo, Pa. Mr. Wcinkle
will join his wife in New York
later in the summer.
Mrs. Louis Zcicntz and sister,
Mrs. Eva Plant, left by plane
Wednesday evening for New
York, after hearing of the sud-
den death of their only brother,
David M. Herstein, who passed
away Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Katz of
Baltimore have arrived in Miami
Beach on their honeymoon and
arc guests at the Ocean Spray
hotel. Their marriage took place
June 10 in Baltimore. The bride
is the former Miss Betty Fru-
man and the bridegroom is the
brother of Sam Katz, one of the
owners of the Ocean Spray.
Mrs. Herman K. Wilcks and
three children. Harriet, Joan and
Sidney, are spending four weeks
in New York visiting relatives
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin and
daughter are in New York where
they went to attend the wed-
ding of their neice. Accompany-
ing them were Mrs. Henry Ra-
bin and Miss Mildred Zalka.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Rosner and
family left Thursday for the Os-
tend Hotel, Atlantic City, where
they will spend the summer. Mr.
Rosner is the operator of the
Victor Hotel, Miami Beach.
m.iiCKSTom;
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg,
1100 14th St., Miami Beach, left
for New York to visit and will
spend the remainder of the sum-
mer at Sharon Springs. Mr.
Greenberg is the chairman of the
Building Committee of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged of Great-
er Miami, and will make a spe-
cial trip here July 3 when the
architect will present for approv-
al special plans for the new and
enlarged kitchen to be erected at
the Home. A group of intimate
friends entertained prior to the
Greenberg's departure. Those
present included Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Appel, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry. Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Trau, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel M. Broad.
ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein,
1676 S. W. 14th Street, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ters, Ruthye, to Mr. William Co-
hen of Boston and West Palm
Beach, and Irma, to Ensign Sher-
man Friedman of Baltimore and
Miami.
Ensign Friedman is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedman
of Baltimore, and Mr. Cohen is
the son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry
Cohen of Boston.
Miss Muriel Joyce Rediker and
Sam Leb, both of Miami Beach
are announcing their engage-
ment. Miss Rediker is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Bessie Rediker, 1121
Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach
and A. S. Rediker, Havana Cuba.
After her graduation from high
school, she attended Florida
State College for Women in Tal-
lahassee.
In the service nearly two and
a half years, Pfc. Leb is on duty
in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Leb is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Leb,
1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach, and before entering the
service he attended the Univer-
sity of Minnesota and the Uni-
versity of Illinois.
FRIDAY, June 22
BIRTHS
CaPtain ^dMTTDa^iJTlr-
announce the birth W .Uet
their .daughter. JudiftnV. ol
Captain Koller is at oreL, "*
the armed forces in ^Vith
Pacific. lne South
Births this week' A j. .
born to Mr. and Mrs N^^ter
lack, 1612 Michigan Ave L01-
Mr. and Mrs. DenniV vta*1 to
5916 S. W. 3rd St" a son ft'
and Mrs. David Grana^Vs ft'
ferson Ave. Je'-
BRISM
The brism of the folio^n?^
place during the past week- M,
an2 ?rs' am Stehansky Z
and Mrs Max Rosonstreich and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rabbi S. M. Machtei official?
WEDDINGS
*% ^l^rs. MaxRifas, lu
S. W. 13th Court, announce St
marriage of their daughter Ev
elyn, to Harrison Hyman of 0
Campo, Texas. The ceremony
took place Sunday, June 17 in
Texas, with members of the'im.
mediate family present.
Following the ceremony Mr
and Mrs. Rifas left for Beverly
Hills, California. '
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BASEBALL FANS IN
F0R A REAL TREAT
niamond fans who are in the
^or eood baseball, will Ret
Tpveful next Wednesday night
af Mnm Field, June 27th. at 8
"viSck At that time an All
Sior aeerfBiition made up of the
ST*? local Victory League
,;u tanelc with a combination
!f stars from the Amphibs (25-1)
rf Fort Fierce, and the Boca
JJbcrs of Boca Raton Field
llThc game will be part of the
snorts contribution to the mighty
'th War Loan. Under the spon-
sorship of the American Legion,
^ expected that $25,000 worth
of bonds and stamps will be sold.
A $100 bond gets you a box seat,
one for S50.00 gets you a spot
in the grandstand, and $25.00
outs you in the bleachers. Bond
booths can be found at Burdines
nd Hartley's in Miami, and at
indow 24 of the Miami Beach
and Hartley's in Miami, and at
window 24 of the N"
First National Bank.
To make things more interest-
ing, local firms are going to buy
bonds and stamps for almost ev-
erything that can happen in a
ball game from a home run to
a stolen base. For example, if
someone hits a home run a $25
bond will be bought, and the
bond to be kept by the custom-
er. Anyone interested in see-
ing a tew circuit clouts, and
buying bonds for same can con-
tact Joe Mason's office in the
City Hall, recreation depart-
ment.
| LABOR CONTRIBUTES
TO PALESTINE COLONY
PROBLEMS OF TRADE
WITH U. S. DISCUSSED
New York (JTA)The prog-
ress which has been achieved in
the industrial and agricultural
development of Palestine and
the opportunities for American
businessmen to participate in the
economic expansion of that coun-
try were reviewed at the Pales-
tine Economic Conference held
in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel un-
der the auspices of the Palestine
Economic Bureau of the Zionist
Organization of America in as-
sociation with the Keren Haye-
sed.
"Transformation of Palestine
froni the dormant agricultural
and pastoral country it .was be-
fore the last war to a progressive
industrial country of high tech-
nical and cultural attainments,
is already well advanced," it
was pointed out by Robert J.
Barr, chief of the Near East
Section, U. S. Department of
Commerce, one of the speakers
at the evening session. "Pales-
tine should emerge from the war
stronger economically than it has
ever been before."
"The future of United States
trade with Palestine is bright, but
serious problems must be solved
if the potentialities are to be re-
alized,' Mr. Barr emphasized.
"The most imortant problem af-
fecting American economic rela-
tions with Palestine is whether
the existing trade controls are
going to be eliminated. If they
are, the potentialities of United
States trade may be realized. If
not our exports to Palestine will
be limited."
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PAGE THREE
MRS. BEN MEYERS
is serving her second term as
president of the Jewish Social
service Bureau.
J.D.C. TELLS STORY OF
JEWISH RELIEF WORK
New York (JTA)The procla-
mation of Palestine as a demo-
J cratic Jewish Commonwealth
I was demanded by 1,500 spokes-
I men and representatives of labor
organizations and Zionist groups
I at a dinner tendered to mark the
I founding of a new agricultural
I colony in Palestine, named after
iBerl Katznelson, founder of the
I Palestine Federation of Labor
I and editor, until his death a year
I Ho, of "Daver." Contributions
I i $100,000 were received at the
Mr,
BULGARIA TO FINANCE
MINORITY SCHOOLS
Sofia (JTA)The Bulgarian
government will provide for the
maintenance of schools operated
by racial and religious minori-
ties, it was announced here by
the Supreme Education Council.
Representatives of the Jewish
community and of the other min-
ority groups immediately ex-
pressed their thanks to the coun-
cil and to the executive com-
mittee of the Fatherland Front.
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New York (JTA)The story
of thirty years of American Jew-
ish relief work in all parts of the
world through the Joint Distri-
bution Committee is told in a
special publication issued here
by the J.D.C., giving facts and
figures on the aid it has brought
to millions of Jews between the
two world wars.
Revealing that J.D.C. has spent
more than $150,000,000 during
the thirty years of its existence,
Paul Baerwald, chairman of the
organization points out that the
story of the thirty years of J.D.C.
activities contains "the barest
record of an effort that must
still go onto save, to relieve, to
heal, to restore."
In addition to giving informa-
tion on the sums collected and
spent each year by the J.D.C.
ever since the organization be-
gan functioning in 1914, the pub-
lication enumerates the countries
where it operated and gives data
as to the relief funds spent in
each country. It also explains
how the J.D.C. functions as
"the world's outstanding relief
and welfare agency of and for
Jews throughout the world."
Its Emergency Administration
Committee, the J.D.C. reports,
meets formally at least once a
week as the functioning arm of
the executive committee, dealing
with appropriations, cable ap-
peals and decisions, cooperation
with government agencies, and
relations with other Jewish and
non-Jewish bodies. Sustaining
the Emergency Administration
Committee is an executive com-
mittee of 36 who plan the wide
program, consider and establish
policy, review the decisions of
the administrative committee
and schedule the work ahead.
This executive committee, which
meets at least once a month, is
the central authority of the Joint
Distribution Committee.
The executive committee re-
ports to the board of directors
made up of 210 leaders in Amer-
ican Jewish life. The basic cor-
porate body of the J.D.C. is the
National Council whose 5,200
members are selected from the
Jewish communities throughout
the United States, with one-
third of the membership up for
election every year. "In this
way there is a constant rotation
of old and new forces to sustain
the J.D.C.'s vitality -and to reg-
ister the evolving character of
Jewish communal life," the re-
port points out.
RECONSTITUTED UJA
ASKS FOR PROMPT AID
New York (JTA)The first
plea directed to the Jews of the
United States since the recon-
struction of the United Jewish
Appeal was issued here by Isidor
Coons and Henry Montor, execu-
tive vice-chairmen of the UJA,
asking 4,600 Jewish communi-
ties throughout the country to
give prompt support to the UJA
campaign.
Washington (JTAVPresident
Truman this week discussed es-
tablishment of a National Arth-
ritis Research Institute at the
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
of the B'nai B'rith in Hot
Springs, Arkansas, with Louis
Kranitz of St. Joseph, Mo., vice-
president of the hospital. The
proposed institute would be the
first of its kind.
Fighting for America
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Six Months, $1.00
Subscription1 Year, $2.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1945
TAMMUZ 11, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 25
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-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE____
yjUuctiy eonflcknUoi
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
THE FEPC
The last request President Roosevelt made of Congresson
the very day of his deathwas for the enactment of federal
legislation barring discrimination in employment. Add to this
the endorsement and active support of President Truman and
you have a matter that should have carried considerable
weight.
The senate sub-committee Tuesday voted by a narrow
margin to accede to house refusal to give any funds to the
present Fair Employment Practice Committee. This action
deals a delaying blow to New Jersey's Representative Mary
Norton's effort to continue the work of this committee and the
establishment of a permanent commission.
Every means of political and parliamentary maneuvering
was used to make this bill the butt and target of a iew of our j
narrow-minded legislators who have as yet not learned the
lesson of the ill-fated Nazi racism.
We cannot condone the undemocratic action this measure
has received. Sue men in the House Rules Committee voted
against reporting out the bill to create a permanent FEPC. By
this action these obstructionists prevent the bill even coming
to debate on the floor of the house. These representatives, all |
Southerners, have hamstrung this bill in 'other ways. The re-
fused of the House Appropriations Committee to vote funds to
continue this vitally needed work was concurred in by the
Senate following pressure.
A virtual conspiracy was hatched in the Rules Committee
wherein agreement necessitated that no vote could be taken
without all twelve members in attendance. Through this meth-
od action on the bill was delayed months.
Rep. Roger C. Slaughter of Missouri, President Truman's
home state, again delayed vote by asking postponement when
he found he could not be present. His request granted, his
arrival provided the necessary vote killing presentation of the
bill for debate upon the floor.
The establishment of the FEPC permanent commission was
introduced to put meaning and interpretation to our constitu-
tional provisos and bill of rights. It will penalize and remove
from American industrial and social life Nazi racism in the hir-
ing and promotion of men and women on the job. It does not
force anyone to hire any individual. It does prohibit color and
creedal lines against workers otherwise qualified for jobs for
which they apply.
A congressional fight has now begun to legislate Nazi rac-
ism out of American employment. Rep. Norton has more than
half of the necessary 218 signatures needed to force the bill to
consideration on the floor over present obstructors.
Florida voters would do well to make their favorable views
known on this measure to their legislators. There is only one
ground for opposition to this measure and that is color and re-
ligious prejudice. The FEPC is a test of whether we intend to
keep faith with the men of all colors and creeds who died in
the war for freedom.
The FEPC can be enacted if the voters insist upon it. Florida
voters now have a responsibility and an opportunity. Advise
your legislators now!
(Editor*! Not.: Boi 7I is th*
post office Mdreu <>f the Jewiin
horidlan, In which is placed moun-
tainoua amounts of newi
from organisation! and Individual!
all over the country- Under IB
will appear :i dlgeal i I eome uf this
matei uu.)
Organized in January of this
year, the Christian friends of the
Anti-Defamation League, com-
prised of friendly Christian min-
isters of all denominations
throughout the country, an-
nounces an enrollment of 7,006.
. Fox Film will release their
picture. -Wilson," at popular
prices, endeavoring to arouse
popular opinion in support of a
United Nations Peace Charter.
Senator Claude Pepper to-
day announced that more than
$216,000 has been allocated to
Florida by the Federal Works
Agency for advance planning
on public works projects. The
allocation is in conformance
with Title V of the War Ma-
bilization Act of 1924 War
manufacturing in Florida is
characterized by a variety and
extent unprecedented in the
nation, the research division
of the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce declared today
in its weekly business review.
A level of more than one and
a quarter billion dollars in war
contracts was maintained
throughout 1944 and stood at
$1,236,316,000 on April 1, 1945
according to WPB's latest de-
port.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, review-
ing campaigns to date this year,
feels that years of intensive lo-
cal community organization
which promoted unity, harmony
and singleness of purpose in de-
veloping Jewish social welfare
programs reaped a rich harvest
of success in the unprecedented
fund raising results achieved
during the past fortnight by
member agencies.
The formation of fifty-two
new posts of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States in
the eight months since the last
Naional Convention was an-
nounced by Archie H. Green-
berg, National Commander of
2S J- W- V-----ne hundred and
fifty-Six Jewish children who
endured the horrors of various
Oerman concentration camps, and
whose parents and close rela-
tives are cither dead or missing,
are enroute to Palestine .
Mexican Jewry is currently con-
ducting its first united fund-
raising campaign for the relief
of destitute Jews in Europe and
has allocated a substantial part
to the American JDC.
MRS. BORENSTEIN NOW I DR. MENCHER
IS FIFTH DIST. OFFICER REOPENS OFFICE
Mrs. Max Borenstein of Mi-
ami was elected third vice-pres-
ident at the Ladies" Auxiliary of
B'nai B'rith, 5th District Con-
ference in Washington on June
3 and 4. Others chosen were:
president, Miss Sarah Grossman;
1st vice-president, Mrs. Harold
Kramer; 2nd vice-president, Mrs..
Louis Dubit; recording secretary,
Mrs. Glazer; corresponding sec-
retary, Mrs. Bernstein; treasur-
er, Mrs. Rothchild.
Those attending the confer-
ence from this city were Mrs.
Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Max Bor-
enstein, local president; Mrs.
Phillip Lefkowitz, Miss Ruth
Sherman of Rose Chapter and
Miss Julia Astor of the Emma
Lazarus Chapter.
Moscow (JTA)The Lublin ra-
dio reported in a Yiddish broad-
cast that only 300 of 12,000 Jews
in Chorzow, Poland, survive.
Dr. Edward W. Mencher has
returned to Miami after serving
in the Army. He has re-opened
his offices for the practice of
medicine and surgery at 210 71st
Steet, Miami Beach.
POSTPONED
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women have postponed un-
til further notice the seminars
which were to be held at the
Beach and Town Ys on Monday
and Tuesday. The above decis-
ion was made after the news
item concerning the sessions ap-
peared in another section of the
paper.
London (JTA)Capt. Leon Pe-
retz, a Jewish captain in the
Polish army who was liberated
by American troops, charges an-
ti-Semitic students cooperated
with the Germans during the oc-
cupation of Holland.
Florida was warned this
week against one of man's
worst enemiesthe common
FLYwhen the State Board of
Health branded it "dangerous
as a plague infested rat, and a
carrier of infantile paraly-
sis .. Florida's annual grad-
uate short course for Doctors
of Medicine will be held at
the George Washington Hotel
beginning Monday, June 25.
Erik Barnouw just resigned as
supervisor of the Education Unit
of the Armed Forces Radio Ser-
vice,^ appointed Radio Editor for
the "Eternal Light" summer se-
?"les Stories of A People, start-
ing Sunday, July 1st Jacob
Blaustein, chairman of the ex-
ecutive of American Jewish
Committee and a consultant to
the American delegation at the
peace conference in Frisco, said
that there was no difference on
major questions among the va-
rious Jewish groups having of-
ficial representation at the con-
ference ... To insure every re-
patriated trainee the means of
practicing his trade, plans to pro-
vide ORT graduates with tools
or machines before they return
to their homes have been an-
nounced by the World ORT Un-
ion in Geneva.
OVERSEAS .
The first Jewish service held in liberated Amsterdam
place in the large synagogue in Jonas Daniel Meier &J*^
in the heart of the city ... To everybody's amazement the'
agogue was overcrowded ... No one could figure out ho
many Jews had so quickly returned from exile The tn"k
is that 80yes, eightyper cent of the congregation was no
Jewish ... The guests of honor were three Amsterdam poli*
officers who had distinguished themselves throughout the N
occupation They had constantly risked their lives by warn.
ing Jews against Nazi manhunts The Reverend Corneli
van Paassen of Zutphen, Holland, spent a year in a Gesttmn
prison ... He had been convicted of hiding two Jewish friend
in his home ... He is an uncle of Pierre van Paassen, the mi
thor and champion of Jewish rights ... It can be told now that
the Greek EAM, which Prime Minister Churchill called a bunch
of gangsters and bandits, saved many scores of Jews from the
killing hands of the Gestapo.
LISTEN HERE .
From the Washington Star of May 31st: "In recognition of
the close ties that have existed between Iraq and the Society
of Jesus for the past 24 years. Prince Abdul Rah, regent and
heir apparent to the throne of Iraq, was awarded an honorary
Doctor of Laws degree from Georgetown University by the
Very Rev. Lawrence C. Gorman, S. J., president P. S. Iraqis
the most intolerant of the Arabian countries Some years ago
Assyrians were massacred there Jewish refugee children
enroute to Palestine were forbidden transit through Iraq ... It
is the most ruthless and adamant opponent of a Jewish home-
land And early in the European war it sided with the Nazis
and had to be crushed militarily by a British expeditionary
force The story that the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is being
pampered in a luxurious villa in southern France is not true
. But it is true that he will not have to stand trial for treason.
THIS AND THAT .
Hats off to Leslie Roberts, chairman of the Interracial Com
mittee for Democratic Action of Montreal ... In a statement
furiously blasting the Jewish and non-Jewish hush-hush policy,
he called by its right nameFascismthe recent desecration
of Jewish graves in the cemetery at Back River, in the Province
of Quebec Senator T. D. Bouchard of Saint Hyacinthe fol-
lowed suit, warning French Canadians against imitating Eu-
ropean Fascism in the use of anti-Semitism How much
longer will be have to read eulogies of the English-made movie
"Mr. Emmanuel?" ... In the light of the Nazi extermination of
five million Jews this gentle tale, which pictures Nazi officials
as gentlemen who help Jews in trouble, is an outrageous
mockery The preparatory work for the making of a film on
the life of Henrietta Szold, who died last winter, is proceeding
rapidly We're told that Bette Davis is interested in the role
of the immortal Hadassah leader The fame of Ner Israel
Rabbinical College in Baltimore has extended so far and wide
that students from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and other Latin
American countries are now seeking admission, according to
Rabbi Herman N Neuberger, registrar of the college.
THE PRINTED WORD ...
In answer to many letters: "Anti-Semitism" is the title of
the booklet we referred to in our last column, and the author
is the Rev. Arthur J. Riley, Ph. D. .Its imprimatur reads
"Richard J. Cushing, D. D.. L. L. D., Archiepiscopus Bostonien-
sis" The price is 15 cents, and you can order it from Fath-
ers Rumble and Carty, Radio Replies Press, St. Paul, Minn..
A "hidden" document appealing for the restoration of Pales-
tine to the Jews, with Benjamin Disraeli as its author, is one oj
the features of "Unknown Documents on the Jewish Question,
to be published shortly by Rabbi N. H. Frankel of Baltimore.
That book will contain many heretofore unknown "scoops on
various phases of the Jewish problem ... We told you some
time ago not to miss "There Goes An Actor." by Alexander
Granach, the late German Jewish thespian Now that the
book has been published we repeat the suggestion *
Ted Thackerey. granddaughter of Joseph M. Schiff. recently
added a Bronx paper to her ownership of the New York Post
and is now in process of adding a Brooklyn newspaper
her holdings.
ABOUT PEOPLE ... .
Photographer Leon Perksie has two unusual PlctJfe!Xer
one he poses with the late President Roosevelt, and in the o
with President Truman ... It was Perskie who turned out n w
ident Truman's official picture when he assumed office
the last presidential campaign, when whispering c^JL
pictured Roosevelt as physically unfit, FDR assigned rw .
to turn out his official campaign photo Note to resort w
owners: Irwin Bluestone, war veteran, seeks to carry M ^
old profession, as an entertainer ... 30 years old, he .
ented mimic, comedian. M. C, and magician VT $
some, and a winning personality If you're interested. g
touch with us.
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PTUDAY. JUNE 22, 1945
ACADEMIC HEAD OF
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
Prof Michael Fckete, holder of
.. chair in Mathematics since
iq?q has been elected rector of
the'Hebrew University. Prof.
Fekett- was born in Hungary in
Fekete was born in Hungary in
1886 Before joining the faculty
ifHebrew University in 1928 he
taught at the University of Bu-
*JewistiFk>ridliati
dapcst.
The rector is
the academic
PROF. MICHAEL FEKETE
head of the Hebrew University
which he represents in all aca-
demic mutters. He is elected for
a period of two years by the
University's senate (composed of
38 professors and representa-
tives of the 112 lecturers and
instructors who constitute at
present the faculty of Hebrew
University). The rector is chair-
man of the senate and an ex of-
ficio mini her of the University's
executive council.
EMERGENCY COUNCIL
CHAIRMAN QUITS JOB
New York (JTA) Hayim
Creenberg, Labor-Zionist leader,
has submitted his resignation as
chairman of the American Zion-
ist Emergency Council, it was
i learned here. The executive com-
Imittee of the council is expected
It meet within the next few days
b act upon the resignation.
Meanwhile, members of the
Jewish Agency executive who
I are now in the United States to-
dy issued a statement denying
a report carried by all Yiddish
(tallies to the effect that repre-
sentatives of the Agency here
are preventing a solution of the
auver-ft isc controversy.
DIRECTORS APPROVE
EDUCATION STUDY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Executive: Monte Selig, Sam
Blank, Max Orovitz JanSI
Scher, William Singer' Joseoh
Stein, Carl Weinkle8Stanley PC
Myers M. J Kopelowitz, George
Chertkoff, Abe Kurman, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Mrs. Stanley C
Myers J. Gerald Lewis, Herbert
*.. Scher, Rabbi Saul Appel-
aUm> ^arry.Boye11' Dr- Frank
Coret, Mrs Max Dobrin, Irving
Frankel Louis Heiman, Isaac
Levin Dr. Louis Lytton, Benja-
min Myers, Mrs. Matilda Rat-
ner, Mrs. Monte Selig, Alex Van
Straaten, Harry Zukernick.
Nominating: Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, chairman; Sam Blank, I
Levin, Dr Louis Lytton, William
Singer, Mrs. Monte Selig, Carl
Weinkle.
Budget: Shepard Broad, Har-
ry Cornblum, Abraham Good-
man, Leon Kaplan, Sydney Lef-
court Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Ml- ?ol Lutsky, Dr. Albert Ros-
enthal, Norman Rothman, Her-
bert Scher, William Singer, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin.
Year 'round standing commit-
tees appointed by the president
include publicity, with Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers as chairman,
and Herbert Scher, year 'round
fund raising. Abe Kurman will
head collection committee and
J. Gerald Lewis, rating.
U. S. ABOLISHES
VISA REGULATIONS
Washington (JTA)The Unit-
ed States Government this week
announced that pre-war immi-
gration regulations are again in
effect and disclosed, at the same
time, that the Inter-Department-
al Visa Committee, which was
composed of representatives of
the Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service, FBI, Army and
Navy Intelligence, will be abol-
ished as of June 30.
The Board of Visa Appeals,
set up in conjunction with the
Inter-Departmental Visa Com-
mittee, will also be dissolved on
June 30, the announcement, is-
sued jointly by the Deartment of
Justice and by the State Depart-
ment declared. Aliens seeking
to enter the U. S. after that date
will be required to apply direct-
ly to U. S. diplomatic and con-
sular officials abroad, who have
authority to grant or refuse visas.
Remember, soldier, the only
secret is the one never told!
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JEWS HOLD MEMORIAL
MEETING AT DACHAU
Munich (JTA)-Black-border-
ed blue-and-white Zionist flags
flew from a platform at the
Dachau concentration camp this
an?kTTaSofTr Jewish Prisoners
and U. S. officers and men par-
ticipated in a ceremony marking
the liberation of the camp and
commemorating the thousands of
persons who died there.
niSfatcd 0I2- Jhe flag-bedecked
platform, which was also adorn-
ed by a tremendous yellow star
and streamers in English and He-
brew recalling the victims of the
ih!ZTTtcrro,\ were the chief .of
a .11 m'lltary administration.
A tail stone column surmount- i
ed by a Mogen David, and a1
twin column with a cross on top
are being erected at the Dachau
concentration camp to mark the !
mass graves of the thousands of
persons who were killed there,
the monuments, including a
quarter of a mile of stone steps
which will lead up to them, will
cost about $50,000 to be drawn
from German funds. About 150
German civilians are working on
the project, the report said, and
stones are being taken from the
Nurenberg Stadium in which the
Nazis used to stage their mon-
ster rallies.
PAGE FIVE
RED CROSS SEEKS
MORE VOLUNTEERS
With a large quantity of yarn
]ust received for knitting Army
sweaters and mufflers, the "Brail
American Red Cross Sewing and
Knitting Center seeks volunteers
to help them in their program.
In sewing ,the group is concen-
trating at present on a large
quantity of khaki kit-bags.
The Center, organized and
chairmaned for the past three
years by Mrs. Louis Kotkin, is
located in the Shenandoah Ele-
mentary School, 1023 S. W. 21st
Ave., Room 201. The office is
open Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 10:30 to 4.
BETH JACOB OFFERS
SUMMER COURSE
Beth Jacob Congregation of-
fers an education summer course
as an extension of its Education-
al Institute held each winter. A
course is being given at the Syn-
agogue, 311 Washington Ave.,
weekly, from 8 to 8:30 p. m.
The subject of the course is
"MishnehThe Oral Law."
The course is being given by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and is
free and open to all adults.
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9-Jenistiflcridiian
:
FRIDAY, JUNE 22 1945
Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president and founder of t
alumni who are chaplains in the armed servic
ment. More than 25 per cent of Institute gradu
the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Forces,
miak, USNR; Chaplain Colman Zwitman, AUS;
[he Committee on Army and Navy Religious ac
Chaplain Aryeh Lev, AUS, office of Chief of C
dell Phillips, USNR, Lecturer at the Chaplains'
he Jewish Institute of Religion, tells a group of
es of the plans to secure $1,000,000 for endow-
ates have enlisted in the Chaplaincy Corps of
(Left to right) Chaplain Solomon E. Cher-
Rabbi Philip Bernstein, executive director of
tivities of the Jewish Welfare Board; Dr. Wise;
haplains, Washington, D. C; Chaplain Wen-
School; and Chaplain Sidney I. Goldstein, AUS.

HOW MUCH TO
MOVE A WAR?
What will it cost, this moving day of war? We are transferring
millions of men, thousands of ships, tanks, guns, millions of
tons, of ammunition and food, half way 'round the world
Whatever the cost, we cannot falter now.
HIT BUY TWICE AS MANY BONDS
THE
MIGHTY
THIS TIME, LET'S GO
//
ALL OUT"!
3 t
of Miami
EDWARD C ROMFH. President
LAURENCE ROMFH. Assistant to the President
ORGANIZED 1902
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
HOLLYWOOD LADIES
IN CLOSING MEETING
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Community Center of
Hollywood held its closing meet-
ing of the season on Tuesday
evening, June 19th.
Mrs. Judith Bergman, chair-
man of the War Bond Committee
of the organization, reported to-
tal sales of 300 bonds, at a ma-
turity value of $44,100. The group
is now in charge of the Bond
Booth at the Hollywood Post Of-
fice and Mrs. Bergman ex-
pressed the belief that sales
would be materially increased
during the week.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter and Ladies' Auxiliary and
the Hollywood B'nai B'rith and
its Junior League now report a
combined sale of 441 bonds, at a
maturity value of $104,675.00,
which is far in excess of the
original quota set for the group.
Meetings, book reviews, lec-
tures, and socials sponsored by
the Ladies' Auxiliary will be re-
sumed in September, specific
dates to be announced later. The
program committee will be hard
at work during the summer
months, in an endeavor to ar-
range a most interesting sched-
ule of events. Members who will
remain in town during the sum-
mer will hold beach parties and
other informal get-togethers.
Don't discuss military informa-
tion. Zip the lip!
Silence assure victory!
LABOR LEGISLATION
DRAWN BY PALESTINE
Tel Aviv (JTAI^m
calling for minimum wage*?*
istration of trade unions SiT*
proved working commonftfe
been drafted by thepW*
Government. andy w be e&{2
as soon as they are apprrS*
London, it was learned here
Under the legislation a fiOB
fctrar of Trade Union is estlh"
hshed with which unions Sj
employers associations must ree
ister. Conditions of working
dustnal enterprises are define
in a so-called factory ordinal
Minimum wages, apprenticeship
and other employment condition.
in commercial enterprises an!
covered in a Trade Board Ord
inance. A procedure governing
compensation for and reports on
industrial accidents is also out
lined.
The concepts embodied in the
above measures are not alien to
Palestine, since the Histadruth
th Palestine Federation of Labor
has advocated regulatory legis-
lation for many years, but they
mark a step forward in that en-
forcement will be in the hands
of government authorities.
Boston (JTA)A check for
$100,000, marking the final in-
stallment of a total of $150,000
ledged by the New England Jew-
ish National Fund for the estab-
lishment of a colony in Palestine
was presented to Mendel Fisher,
executive director of the JNF,
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*Jewistn PAGE SEVEN
GBEATEH MIAMI J^J^^^1101 SuP?l'S by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
^ OJ The lewtah Weliare Board Help Us Keep a Record of Our Men in Service
SERVICE
m ^
PARADE!
BABBI FREEDMAN
HONORED AT DINNER
Vort Slocum (WNSS)A testi-
JnTal dinner, the first ever
n to a civi an, was tendered
gfweekto Rabbi Jacob Freed-
S at Fort Slocum by Colonel
g*aard Lantz, Commandant
and by the officers and men at
the post. The dinner was held
I, the Officers Club on the oc-
casion of the rabbi's retirement
of civilian Jewish chaplain, a
j;bost he held for the past two
years-
As a token of appreciation for
the services rendered by Rabbi
Treedman. the officers and men
Presented him with a hand-illuf-
inated scroll bearing their sig-
natures.
Pfc. Louis Fine spent two
weeks with his parents, Mr. and
^Irs. Isadore Fine, 334 N. W. 2nd
Ave. Fine is now stationed at
Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack August, El Mirasol, Miami
Beach, enlisted in the Navy and
left Friday for boot training. He
First Lt. Irving Weitzner, 2002
Alton Rd., Miami Beach, is one
of thousands of American troops
fighting for Okinawa in the Ryu-
kus. Veteran of the initial land-
ings in the Philippines, he went
in with an ainpnlbian tractor
battalion comany in the Easter
Sunday assault on the Japs'
back door.
- -- -----... c" icii rnuay iur uooi training, ne
Vine Hills Farms, Va., where he is at present at Bainbridge. Md.
is studying radio. ______
Sgt. Norman Horberg, son of
Mrs. David Honoroff, Miami
Beach, wrote his mother from
Orbergunsburg, Germany. The
letter was written from the desk
of Heinrich Himmler and en-
closed was a calling card from
the desk with the name "Frau
I Heinrich Himmler."
Herman Rosenthal. son of Ed-
Staff Sgt. Carl Sokolow. 431 N. ward Rosenthal, left Friday for
W. Fifth St., is assigned with Bainbridge, Maryland, where he
the 31st Air Transport group as will receive his boot training.
a non-commissioned officer in Rosenthal completed his fresh-
charge of statistical reports on i man year at the University of
the group. Miami and is a member of A.Z.A.
Around the World
London (ZOA) Construction
of a new' "SSuez Canal" and in-
land waterway, linking the port
of Acre in Northern Palestine
with the Gulf of Akaba, the
north-eastern arm of the Red
Sea, is now being planned by
Great Britain, according to the
"London Daily Sketch."
The proposed canal would be
about two hundred miles long
and would open the Dead Sea for
the first time in history. It would
be one hundred miles longer than
the Suez Canal and one hundred
and fifty miles longer than the
Panama Canal, the aper reports.
HWITH AID OF U.P.A. THEY HAVE BEGUN A NEW LIFE
Rome (ZOA) Following an
inspection of the Jewish Brigade
in Tarviso, Italy, Field Marshal
Alexander, Supreme Commander
of the Allied forces in the Cen-
tral Mediterranean Theatre, acl
companied by Lt. Gen. McCree-
ry, Commander of the BritiVi 8th
Army, declared: "I have not had
the opportunity before of person-
ally congratulating the Brigade
on what it had achieved. It has
satisfactorily carried out every
task allotted to it."
Jerusalem (ZOA)Leaders of
the Yishuv are giving serious
consideration to a proposal for
the erection in Palestine of a
memorial building under the
auspices of the Jewish National
Fund, to commemorate the Jew-
ish lives and culture extermin-
ated by the Nazis. The memorial
establishment would have pavil-
ions to commeorate the Jewish
Warrior and the Unknown Jew-
ish Soldier and a pavilion in
which would be assembled the
history, records and archives of
the destroyed Jewish communi-
ties, organizations, institutions,
Jewish family records and ma-
terial dealing with the history
of Palestine.
Haifa (ZOA)A postwar de-
velopment scheme for this har-
bor city, providing for the con-
struction of over 10,000 rooms,
water supply, roads, a new bus
terminus, market, parks and
other public projects, involving
an outlay of $20,000,000, was sub-
mitted to the Palestine Govern-
ment for approval, according to
announcement by Mr. Shbettai
Levy, Mayor of the city.
Jerusalem (ZOA) According
to an announcement by the head
office of the Jewish National
Fund here, its income for the
first semester of 1945 totaled $4,-
547,604, an increase of 24 percent
over the same period last year.
To this total $2,827,748 was reased
in the United States, while Pales-
tine contributed $613,576. Pales-
tine, which thus holds second
place, was closely followed by
South Africa, Britain and Can-
ada.
Protect freedom of speech
don't be free with military in-
formation!
Pvt. Joseph Maltzman. 930 S.
W. 27th Rd., has completed train-
ing and has been graduated from
the AAFTC electronics school at
Chanute Field, 111.
Brought toTalestine from Hitler Europe and
absorbed by the Jewish community with the
aid of the United Palestine Appeal, these girls
are helping to rebuild the Jewish National
Home and preparing the way for the integra-
tion of large numbers of additional immigrants.
Left, 17-year-old Fani Polar of Bukowina, was
orphaned by Nazi brutality and left to provide
for three younger sisters and brothers. She and
one brother were rescued.Right,Wardit.Schwab,
16, of CzemowiU, was brought to the Jewish
homeland from Transdnistria. Her father mur-
dered by the Nazis, her mother's fate unknown,
she fled with forged papers, twice crossing the
frontier illegally. With the financial assistance
of American "Jewry channeled through the
U.P.A., these and thousands of other newcomers
are helping to build a homeland for the sur-
vivors of European Jewry. The U.P.A. is a
partner in the United Jewish AppeaL
JEWISH BRIGADE IN ACTION ON ITALIAN FRONT [
Sgt. Herman Lobel writes hs
on June 7 from Somewhere in
Luzon. A local boy before his
entrance into the service, he is
with Headquarters Detachment,
317th Carrier Group. He ac-
knowledges receipt of copies of
The Jewish Floridian, and writes
"News from home is always wel-
come." He enclosed several
copies of the "Jungle Skipper,"
daily mimeographed bulletin put
out by the comany.
Ensign Joseph S. Bulbin, 1269
S. W. Fifth St., recently was
commissioned at exercises for the
12th graduating class of mid-
shipmen to complete training at
the Naval Training school at Cor-
nell university.
For 20 years Sgt. Baruch M.
Hornblass lived in Soldiers
Home, Washington. Recently he
died there leaving his entire
estate of $13,000 to the National
Jewish Welfare Board, "to serve
veterans of the present war with-
out regard to race, color or
creed."
OBITUARIES
CARNOT
First, Lt. Edward P. Carnot
AAF, engineers corps, brother of
Mrs. Ethlyne Hittelman, 2077 S.
W. 57th Ct., and who was killed
in the crash of an army trans-
port plane near Vlcksburg. Miss.,
last Thursday was buried in Mt.
Nebo cemetery with military hon.
ors Thursday.
He served two and one-half
years in the air forces, partici-
pating in the Normandy invas-
ion, and had been awarded the
Bronze Star and four battle stars.
He was a graduate of Westches-
ter Military academy, and had
been admitted to the Florida bar.
His wife, Mrs. Annabelle Carnot,
is in Los Angeles, and mother,
Mrs. Esther Carnot, in Jackson-
ville, their home. Other sur-
vivors include five sisters in
addition to Mrs. Hittelman, and
three brothers.
Services were held in Palmer
Funeral Home,
GROSSMAN
Leo Grossman, 49, of 2301 Col-
lins Ave., World War I veteran,
who came to Miami several
months ago, from Canton, Ohio,
died Wednesday. Surviving is his
wife, Marie, of Canton. The body
was sent to Cleveland, O., for
burial under direction of River-
side.

Ian men and
front W"ih ,he British pmed toTe"
MmL. i'wi,h fihi- force, of P
women are
on every
..Stance for ^TS^J^tSi^,
in
spcedv in\cSralion of demobilired .old er. through
. P.le.Un. arelexpan.io.. of agricu.tural *&&&&
nSEL" rerf"ee of hope and inspiration to the n.cnt. U.P.A. egenc.e. requireB*'%"2 ^
( t 'European Jewrr. ReenrMf* actlvW*. f> r-rry out their-program of_X ''o'Tr^tioVi of
l'wte>r f* P,e"ine uPPr.ed bn.urv.vin, Je. of Europe and the recon.truct.on
m alwne Appeal fund., which al.o provide I the Jewbh National Home.
jtSfiSfeSiKSaas
President Harry S. Truman greets Archie H. Greenberg,
National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. SJ
in his White House office. Commander Greenberg, accompanied!
by his aids, extended the greetings and pledged the support
to the new President of the surviving 250,000 veterans of World"
War I and the 600,000 Americans of Jewish faith now serving
in the armed forces. '
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jewist>ncr/dTiar7
nUDAY.roNBM 194s
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N.
E. 19th St.Regular services Friday
ewniiih" at 8:15 p. m Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will be In charge.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.
KeRUlar services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
at 8:30 a. m. Daily Mlnyan. Cantor
Abraham Friedman will officiate. He-
brew School daily from Monday
through Thursday. 9 a. m. until 12.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Lib-
eral, 7B1 41it Street, Miami Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.Friday evening service
at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning serv-
ices at s:30 a m. Schalos Seudos at
7:30 p. in. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak: on the portion of the law.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant.
Summer sessions of the religious
school Monday through Friday, from
9 to 12.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER,. Conservative,
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m. Fri-
day evening. Saturday morning ser-
vices at 9 a. m. Billy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Poticha. will become ^bar
mltivah. Mlncha service at 7:30
p. m. Maariv at 8 p m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m.
and Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah.
1545 8. W. 3rd Street, Friday eve-
ning services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday
morning wervlces at 9 a. m. Robert
Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry
Zltser, will become bar mltzvah. He
will address the Congregation and
Rabbi Simon April will respond, Mln-
cha at 7:15 p. m., followed by Schalos
Seudoa and Maariv. Hebrew School
dailv from 9:15 a.m. till 12.
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BANDEL EXPECTS
BANNER BOND SALES
Louis Bandel, general chairman
of the Mahi Shrine Bond Drive,
is looking forward to a banner
bond sale in conjunction with
next Monday's all-star boxing
show and nite club revue at the
Biscayne arena.
Sam Weinstein, Biscayne pro-
moter, is lining up the top notch
card of the season, presenting
the leading army and navy batt-
lers of the area. A special five-
man team is coming from Boca
Raton to do battle with a squad
from Morrison Field. Irving
Prince, well known sportsman
and hotel man will play host to
the Morrison Field boxing team
when they arrive Friday night,
at his Edward Hotel on Collins
Ave. and 10th Street, the Beach.
Bonds will be admission and
all orders will be taken at Sam's
Newsstand, 116 N. E. 1st Ave.
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Mahi Shrine goal for this show
is a $500,000 sale.
With more than a dozen box-
ing bouts carded, a gala night
club revue produced by Buddy
Walker and special almost unob-
tainable items to be auctioned
off to the highest bond buyers,
a big night is anticipated.
SISTERHOOD
BOARD TO MEET
Sisterhood of Beth David Con-
gregation will hold a board
meeting Tuesday, June 26. at
the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Jack
August, president, will open the
meeting promptly at 12:30 p. m.
SCIENTISTS KILLED
21,500 JEWS WITH GAS
Mauthausen (JTA) Records
showing that of 24,000 Jews
brought by the Nazis from all
parts of Europe to the Mauthau-
sen campwhere German scient-
ists used inmates as guinea pigs
in poison gas experimentsonly
2,500 survived when the U. S.
troops liberated this town, were
made public today.
The enemy's ears
Are opened wide
So military secrets
We must hide! <
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WjNTER i^EANT
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Summer.
A Bwlmeito Rnl
To Grandma the changing seasons meant only
two things how to keep warm in winter, and
how to keep cool in summer! In winter the old
Franklin stoveGrandma's pride and joydid
Trojan duty in the parlor. The only trouble was
that it over-heated one room the rest of the
house set everybody's teeth a'chattering!
In the summer Grandma had the old fashioned
idea ... she kept the house pretty well closed
and sat in prim discomfort with hr constant
companion a palmetto fan.
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office, store or manufacturing plant of today, the
changing seasons mean nothing! For thanks to
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after Victory.
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PAGE NINE
I S. SHAPOFF OPENS
rXAL ESTATE OFFICE
t s Shapoff opened a real es-
tate broker's office at 2755 S. W.
27th Ave. three months ago and
reports sales to date totaling
250 000. His sales included a
few lots and one business prop-
ertv and the others were all
homes. He has recently asso-
Scl with his office William J.
Potter, who was formerly in the
rpal estate business at Miami
Reach, and C. Vic Shaffer, who
came from Pittsburgh. Shaffer
had engaged in buying and sell-
ing real estate 18 years before
coming to Miami.________
NEXT SEMINAR ____
OCCURS NEXT WEEK
Final sessions of the first se-
ries of seminars to prepare fami-
lies and sweethearts for re-
turnees will take place next
For Miami Beach residents
the session will take place at the
Beach Y, June 25, at 8 p. m. Mi-
ami residents will meet at the
Miami Y, June 26, at 8 p. m.
These seminars are conducted
under the auspices of the Great-
er Miami Army and Navy Com-
mittee of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, with the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women as
a sponsoring organization.
The concluding session of the
seminar will be concerned with
the problem of "How Our Gov-
ernment is Meeting the Needs of
Our Returning Veterans."
BEACH ATTORNEY
GETS ARMY RELEASE
Hylan H. Kout, Miami Beach
attorney, who entered the army
in July, 1943, has received a
medical discharge after 15
months in army hospitals. He
was injured while training with
the 42nd, Rainbow, division at
Camp Gruber, Okla. Kout will
resume his law practice on the
Beach in the Mercantile build-
ing. He is a graduate of the
University of Miami law school.
His wife and their daughter,
Sherry Lynn, returned to the
Beach with him.
MEN'S CLUB SPONSORS
LECTURE-FORUM
Men's Club of Temple Israel
will sponsor a lecture-forum se-
ries next winter which will bring
to Miami such distinguished
speakers as Vincent Sheean,
Thomas Mann and Eve Curie.
Other speakers will include
Robert St. John, commentator;
Andre Michalopoulos, former
Greek minister of information,
and Jay Allen.
The committee in charge of ar-
rangements includes Herbert U.
Feibelman and Arthur S. Kahn,
co-chairmen; J. Gerald Lewis,
Julgs Perlman, and Henry
Hirsch.
Keep your ears open
Also your eyes
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz, 212
S. Sapodilla St., celebrated their
22nd wedding anniversary at
their home Sunday with a buffet
supper being served at midnight.
Those present at the affair in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Blumberg,
Louis, Blumberg, Mrs. Cantor
Mr. and Mrs. Rotfield, their
daughter Sylvia, and Mrs. Mary
Schrebnick.
Miss Anna Schutzberg of the
Villa Clair, left Sunday for her
summer home in Pine Hiill, N. Y.
Carman Kimmel, Specialist
(V) 2/c and his wife have re-
turned to Patuxent River, Md.,
Naval Air Base, after spending a
week with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter R. Kimmel, 3615
Morton Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martienie
of Chicago, and their daughter,
are visiting at the home of Mrs.
S. Gallick, 529 Gardenia St.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Scher, ac-
companied by Mrs. Mary Schreb-
nick, are spending a few days
in Miami.
Miss Ellinor Rottman, 708%
Rosemary, was awarded the
"commercial cup" for receiving
the highest grades in the com-
mercial class. Ellinor left for
Philadelphia where she will
spend the summer with relatives
and friends.
Miss Hanna Bell Blumberg
and mother have left for Phila-
delphia to spend the summer.
Pvt. Stanley Metz has returned
to his post at Ft. Meade, Ga., af-
ter spendin ga furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Metz,
212 Sapodilla Street.
^^^^^^^^
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413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Face Facts
George J. Tsfianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
Abbreviated Gems: A mem-
ber of our community recently
inquired, "Why is it that antu
semitism persists despite all the
work being carried on by the
Anti-Defamation League?"
We appreciate our friend's im-
patience, especially since we. too,
have at times become impatient
with the slow processes of edu-
cation. Yet, a social disease of
so many hundreds of years un-
fortunately does not lend itself
to surgical treatment. It is this
observer's opinion that from 25
to 50 years of concentrated ef-
fort will be necessary to eradi-
cate the disease from the mass
mind. I note that still another
hideous disease plagues us with
increasing fury despite the ap-
plication of the best known coun-
teracting measures. The Nation-
al Foundation for Infantile Pa-
ralysis Inc. reported from New
York on June 1, 1945, on the
eve of Infantile Paralysis sum-
mer outbreaks, that the number
of cases is running about 50%
ahead of a year ago. Last year
more funds were collected to
Eight Infantile Paralysis than
in any previous years.
Appreciate America: The
American Legion announced on
June 10, it would play "an ag-
gressive role" in the post-war
readjustment of veterans through
a $15,000,000 endowment fund to
foster the principles of Ameri-
canism.
Two Little Words: The buck-
et of tolerance and understand-
ing is a very large one, but ev-
ery drop counts. Paul R.*Evans,
a former school teacher and son
of a Presbyterian minister, was
made dictionary editor of the
John C. Winston Company of
Philadelphia in October. 1944.
Words having an offensive inter-
pretation always bothered this
uncompromisingly tolerant edi-
tor. He promptly proceeded to
cleanse the 16 dictionaries pub-
lished by the company of all
discriminating words. Starting
with two words, "Jesuitic" and
"nigger," which he was able to
delete before the 1945 publica-
tion deadline, Evans plans to
expunge: "wop," "dago," "shee-
ny," "chink," "greaser," "coon,"
"gringo," "Jim Crow," (as ap-
plied to negroes), and other op-
probrious terms.
To eliminate offending phras-
es, Evans wrote to Catholic, Pro-
testant and Jewish National or-
ganizations:
"Mindful people agree that
the great compensation for the
unspeakable losses of the pres-
ent world conflict will be the
breakdown, or at least the
mitigation, of basic racial, re-
ligious and ethnic antipathies."
"The reading public must no
longer be allowed to believe a
word socally acceptable just
because it is found in the dic-
tionary."
"Popular acceptance of name
calling words is dangerous so-
cially, and the words in no
wise build individual vocab-
ularies."
Cooperation and suggestions
were quick to come from inter-
ested persons including Profes-
sor Leo Shapiro, director of the
Department of International Ed-
ucation of the Anti-Defamation
League.
SINGER CHAIRMAN OF
PLANNING COMMITTEE
Sam Blank, president of the
Greater Miami Army-Navy Com-
mittee of the Jewish Welfare
Board, selected William Singer
as chairman of the planning com-
mittee. Others chosen to serve
with Mr. Singer are Carl Wein-
kle, Herbert Scher, George J.
Bertman, David Phillips Nat
Roth, Monte Selig, Mrs. Mi ton
Sirkin, Mrs. George Chertkof,
and Mrs. Monte Selig.
The planning committee coor-
dinates the activities of the or-
ganization and supervises the
carrying out of its functions.
Buy More War Bonds! The
need is greater than ever.
NEW MANAGEMENT
E. ft J. EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. MIAMI AVE.
MORRIS PONCHER AND
JOSEPH WEINBERQ. M0r.
Phone S-4S72
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REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes, Hotels
Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
M48 Waih. Ave., Ph. 6-5875
412-16 Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
05 Lincoln RS. Ph.: 5-5868
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N. A. SERVICES
P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florida
Phone 9-2403
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Convertible Tops
One-Day Service
TRAIL TOP SHOP
1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541
GENERAL PAINTING
BY BEST MECHANICS
Free Estimates Given
I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co.
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479
Dependable, Conscientious Service
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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Ph. 58 2997
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And for your convenience
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70 E. Flagler St, Miami
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PAGE TEN
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FRIDAY. JUNE 22,
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ANOTHER CHORE
FOR MILLIONS
This official U. S. Navy photo!
graph of American boys landing
under enemy fire on a Pacific is-
land is typical of the hard, bloody
jobs our troops are doingand
will have to continue to do for
many weary months to comefor
you and for all Americans.


f HUY TWICE AS MANY BOI
BUY TWICE AS MANY BONDS IN THE MIGHTY 7th WAR LOAN!
The time is ripe.
It's now now when America can't afford to falter '. '.
NOW is the time for you to back up our fighting men by
buying twice as many War Bonds in this mighty 7th War
Loan as you ever did before!
Does that seem like too much of a chore?
You wouldn't, if you could see how urgent it is to act now.
Up to this time last year there had been two war loans.
This year, the 7th War Loan must raise almost as much as
two loans last year. That's why you are asked: Buy twice as
many Bonds in this mighty 7th War Loan!
Regardless of what has happened in Germany, we must
Still send our millions of men in Europe tons and more tons
of supplies daily,
In the Pacific we still haven't gone all-out against Japan.
We must build new, deadlier, more costly planes ... harder-
hitting tanks .. new warships .. and more of everything
than ever before, if we are not to let our boys down just
when they need our help the most.
And we, all of us, have a new responsibility ." '. to the
thousands of our wounded. We must see to it that they get
the best of care, the best of med-
icines, the best of everything f w thi
through the long, pain-filled
months of their recovery.
All this takes money. That is
why your country is again ask-
ing you to lend your dollars by
buying twice as many Bonds as
you ever did before1
TRADE YOUR FOLDING MONEY FOR FIGHTING MONEY
WAR LOAN
War Bonds pay off
in these 7 ways...
1 The same Government security
backs your War Bonds as backs
the actual dollars you put into
them.
2 You get $100 at maturity for
every $75 loaned now.
You can get your money back,
60 days after issue date, any time
you need it... in the meantime
you get safety and steady growth.
i You have a backlog to renew
buildings and equipment
after the war.
Bonds will insure your children's
schooling, or provide for your
own security, travel, retirement.
ft Bonds go into a national nest egg
that will help to assure post-war
prosperity.
"I Bonds transform your love of
home and country into ac tion..
you join personally in the big-
gest, most urgent Wax Loan of
all-the Seventh!
This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement-prepared under the auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council and made possible
by the following public spirited business firms and individuals
Stevens Markets
Grand National Importers
1st Trust Bldg.
Sungas Company
Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.Ph. 3-3685
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
360 W. Flagler St.
South Seas Hotel
1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Savoy Plaza Hotel
425 Ocean Drive
Russian Bear Restaurant
929 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Richie Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th Avi.
2201 N. W. 62nd St.-7-3085
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.4-1685
National Produce Co.. Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th Ave.
Belford Produce 4 Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.
Margaret Newman
Women's Apparel
958 W. 41st St., Miami Beach
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pin. Tree Drive, Miami Beach
Rainbow GardensFlorist
840 N. E. 79th St.
Stone's Bar & Liquor Stores
8. W. 2nd Ave,


mKii JUNE3 [W
UT SYSTEM TESTS
ifFER OPPORTUNITIES
_ r Davis, chairman of
i^l No 9 Welfare Board,
fed v tressed the fact that early
Ki. Svstcm examinations affer
K cminty residents opportun-
I? o qualify for pleasant and
^rmancnt employment.
>K will be. given tor 10
Li cs of postons with the
fef Welfare Board and the
lorida Industrial Commission,
E? Davis said. These were list-
Ii m clerk, senior clerk, statis-
tical clerk, typist, stenographer,
Cnior stenographer,, principal
CcnoErapl"-'r- statistician senior
ESSSdUi. and war-duration
fSS. Employment will be
Evailublc in many areas of the
tac for those making passing
trades, as vacancies occur or
Those who expect to be re-
leased from war work at any
lime during the life of the reg-
tter to be established, as well as
Kom who are available sooner,
Ihould consider the advisability
l[ qualifying at this time. Mr.
Thus said. "It costs nothing to
bke the exams and jobs may be
fcore in demand in the future."
+Jewisli Meridian
July 7 has been announced by
the Merit System Council, which
jointly serves the two agencies
as the final date for filing appli-
cations. Full information may
be obtained from the Merit Sys-
tem Office, P. O. Box 113,
Gainesville, or from unit and dis-
trict offices of the State Wel-
fare Board, offices of the Florida
Industrial Commission, and of-
fices of the U. S. Employment
Service in Florida.
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Fifty-three seniors at the Un-
iversity of Miami will receive
their diplomas at commencement
exercises scheduled 11 a. m. June
25, at the Gables theatre.
Addl essing the graduating
class will be Dr. James T.
Thomas, district director of the
OPA, formerly member of the
faculty of the University of Ala-
bama. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe.
president of the institution, will
present the diplomas. Rabbi Al-
bert A. Michaels, director of the
Hillel foundation on the campus,
will give the invocation and the
Rev. Lloyd Whyte, pastor of the
Shenandoah Baptist church, will
pronounce the benediction.
June 24, under direction of Dr.
Modeste Alloo, the University of
Miami Symphony orchestra "will
accompany student soloists in
the school of music annual com-
mencement concert at Miami se-
nior high school.
Included among the candi-
dates for degrees are: Bachelor
of Arts, Phyllis Cohen, Shirley
Kaufman, Jerrie Roth Mrs.
Irene D. Reich, Adele Segall,
Jewel Weiss.
Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration: Gloria Doris Katz, Arline
Harriet Lipson, Bert Unger.
Bachelor of Music: Phyllis
Schulman.
PAGE ELEVEN
BROWARD WORKER
IS COMMENDED
Friday. June 22nd:
American Jewish Congress Wo-
men s Division, Friday Review, at
1:30 p. m.
Monday. June 25th:
American Jewish Congress, Wo-
men s Division, regular meeting
'lay; National Council of Jewish
"omen, Seminar, Iteach Y, 8:00
1>. m; Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah,
Beaoh \. at 8:16 p, m.
Tuesday, June 26th:
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men. Seminar, Town Y. 8 p. m.
Wednesday. June 27th:
Workmen's Circle, Branch No. G92.
i.\. cutlve Committee meeting, 8:30
OBITUARIES
Mrs. Bertha Bernstein
Mrs Bertha Bernstein, 45, of
Brooklyn, ft Y died Sunday night
at a local hospital. She camo here
??'' ..?'" !'BO aml wns stopping at
1321 Collins Ave. She Is survived by
her father. I.clb Blfenbeln; a sister.
Mrs. Hilda Rosenberg: and a brother,
Harry Blfenbeln The body was
shipped to Brooklyn by Riverside
Memorial Chapel for funeral services
and burial.
MIAMI PIANIST GIVES
MUSIC RECITAL
Ruth Wolkowsky, young Mi-
ami pianist, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky, 348 N.
E. 21st St., recently played her
graduation recital at University
of Michigan, where she will take
her bachelor of music degree this
month.
Miss Wolkowsky studied with
Mana-Zucca and Hannah Adler
in Miami, and is a member of
Young Artists club here.
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Miss Sophie Kaplan
Funeral services for Miss Sophie
Kaplan, 67, a private nurse who died
Sunday, were held Monday In the
Palmer Funeral Home chapel. Burial
was in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Miss Kap-
lan came here three years ago frOm
New York and lived at 1337 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. She Is survived by a
sister, Mrs. Minnie Miroff.
Mrs. Mary Gottlieb
Funeral service* for Mrs. Mary
Gottlieb, 82. who died Sunday, were
held Tuesday in Riverside Memorial
chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo cem-
etery. She came here from Chicago
12 years ago and lived at 1343 Meri-
dian Ave. She is survived bv her
husband, George K. Gottlieb, Miami
Beach: three daughters, Mrs. Julia
Wolf and Mrs. Coldle Task, both of
Chicago, and Mrs. Gertie Begun, of
Wisconsin, and three sons, James, of
Grand Rapids, Mich : Donald, of Chi-
cago, and Louis, of Miami Beach.
BEACH ZIONISTS HEAR
REV. PAUL N. JEWETT
Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett, of
the Good Neighbor Methodist
Church, was guest speaker Wed-
nesday noon at the regular
weekly gathering of the Miami
Beach Zionist Club, at the Strand
restaurant.
MISS IRENE JACOBS IS
NEW DEBBS PRESIDENT
An unusual volunteer service
has been rendered in the last
three war loan drives in this
area by Miss Anna Daniels, offi-
cial secretary for the Seventh
War Loan Drive. At the be-
ginning of the fifth drive. Miss
Daniels called on S. S. Holland,
chairman of the war finance
committee and volunteered her
services. Her offer was accept-
ed enthusiastically, since the vol-
ume of "paper" work in every
drive is of magnificent propor-
tions.
"Miss Daniels has done a mar-
velous job in the last three
drives." said Holland Friday,
"and I don't know how I could
get along without her. No let-
ters or reports are ever too much
trouble or take too much of her
time."
Mrs. Larry Williamson, chair-
man of the blue star brigade for
South Broward County, echoed
Holland's praise for the aid Miss
Daniels has given her in prepar-
ing the detailed reports to the
State War Finance Committee.
Miss Daniels is well known in
organization circles in Broward
County. She is corresponding
secretary, chairman of the Sun-
shine Fund and member of the
program committee of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Hollywood, as
well as that organization's rep-
resentative on the Broward
County Jewish Calendar Com-
mittee. She was recently high-
ly acclaimed by the Hollywood
Kiwanis Club for her work in
handling the mail solicitation
for the Club's Underprivileged
Children's Fund.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Modern Sheet Metal Manufactur-
ers at 1227 N. E. 2nd Ave. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
pf the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOHN J. SCHWARTZ
MINNIE SCHWARTZ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
r./LT, 0/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring: to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROBKCK REALTY CO., at 1023
SVyl.old Building intends to register
said name with tho Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
VIVIAN H. BECK
,.,t .,,DOROTHY B.OSENBLUM
MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
J, Lnibson Court Apartments at 733
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACOB SNEIDER
.,. JENNIE SNEIDER
5/2.-, 671-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of STAR LIQUOR STORE NO. 2 at
lt>.,0 North Miami Avenue, Miami.
Florida, Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MACK COHAN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicant
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of I.IBBV SPORTSWEAR at Sample
Room No. 4, Roberts Hotel, 29-31
B. W. 1st St., Miami. Florida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JACK IJPSON
MAX BERNSTEIN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicants.
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lau-
derdale will conduct Sabbath
evening pervices during June,
July and August at 8 p. m. The
subject will deal with the Chap-
ter on Ethics of the Fathers of
the Talmud.
BEAUTY SHOPPE MAKES
CURLY HAIR STRONG
Stepping into office as presi-
dent of the Debbs Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, is Miss
Irene Jacobs. Miss Jacobs re-
places Mrs. Elyse Gladstone, nee
Newman, who left upon becom-
ing the bride of Seymour Glad-
stone of the Navy.
A complete roster of officers
elected at the semi-annual elec-
tion included Miss Norma Haas
as vice-president and Miss Mu-
riel Auslander as treasurer.
New corresponding secretary is
Miss Anita Power with Miss
Libby Arkin as recording secre-
tary. Miss Faye Schindler takes
over the chaplain's office and
Miss Bernice Badanes holds the
office of sergeant-at-arms.
The Debbs are planning a
membership drive in the near
future which will be marked by
a gala pool party to be held at
night.
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PAGE TWELVE
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
9)
Zionist Notes
Non-Zionist leaders in the
United States who oppose the
British White Paper are conduct-
ing negotiations in Washington
to secure its withdrawal ... It
is understood ^hat Lord Hali-
fax, British Ambassador, is pay-
ing serious attention to their de-
mand that tens of thousands of
Jews from Europe should be ad-
mitted to Palestine in the near
future The State Depart-
ment, which officially welcomed
the formation of the Arab
League because of American oil
and air interests, will be remind-
ed by American Zionist leaders
of the pledge given by both the
Democratic and Republican par-
ties with regard to Jewish rights
Palestine The Zionist
Military Notes
Jewish chaplains attached to
the U. S. armed forces in Europe
report that a large proportion of
Jews liberated from German con-
centration camps do not want to
return to their native countries.
This is especially true with re-
gard to Jews from Poland, Hun-
gary and Rumania They pre-
fer to remain stateless, in the
hope that they will be trans-
ferred to Palestine ... On the
other hand, Belgian, Dutch and
Czech Jews are all eager to go
back to their home towns We
hear that the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America is preparing a
plan for settling demobilized
American Jewish soldiers in
Palestine The raising of a
special fund for the construc-
tion in Denver of a Gen. Mau-
move^nTIn the 'iffid IKS I Rose Hospital in memory of
will, for the first time since the the Denver Jewish general who
outbreak of the war, send a large was killed by the Germans, is
delegation abroad shortly ... proceeding yery successfully ...
The delegation will go to Lon- The fund has already reached
don to participate in the World | about $50,000 of which $95,000
Zionist Conference there, and was raised by Eddie Cantor wh
will later visit other European
countries to report on Zionist
activities in America Mean-
while, the Zionist Organization, Educational Notes
of America, under pressure from An interesting booknot for
the executive of the Jewish sale-is Julius H Greenstone s
Agencv, is sincerely trying to "Jewish Feasts and Fasts, just
bring about a reconciliation be- published in Philadelphia in non-
tween Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and or of the authors seventieth
received the "Gen. Rose Medal"
for humanitarian service.
of his friends, former pupils and
collaborators, organized in Phil-
adelphia to arrange for a fitting
celebration of his seventieth
birthday, ecided on the publica-
tion of "Jewish Feasts and
Fasts" as one of their projects.
We hope that, because of the
great educational usefulness of
this volume, the committee will
arrange for a mass-edition, for
the benefit of all those Jewish
homes throughout the United
States where such books are
welcomed by both parents and
children.
Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver
It, birthday
It is a kind of a
nauDi nuuu xiniei onm -----j -- ..... --. r
is felt that peace in the U. S. small encyclopedia on Jewish
Zionist movement will be holidays, thei rhistory, their
achieved either now or never meaning, and the meaning of
If the Z. O. A. "peace commit-
tee" does not succeed in settling
each of the "ceremonies connected
with them The 300-page vol-
the Wise-Silver strife this month i ume could ha%c, no doubt, been
the matter will remain pending : a very good seller, both because
until a general convention of the of its educational value and its
organization, which, under the clear and simple answers to ev-
present travel restrictions, may | cry question one can ask about
not take place for a long time.; any of the Jewish holidays and
This explains why the annual
conferences this week of two of
the largest Zionist regional
the origin of their ceremonies .
It is to be hoped that the vol-
ume will eventually be placed
groupsin the boroughs of Man- on the market for wide distribu-
hattan and the Bronx in New J tion, since this is the type of ed-
Yorkasked for the immediate ucational book that the new gen-
recall of Dr. Silver to active ; oration of Jews in the United
Zionist leadership These two | States needs ... Dr. Greenstone
regional organizations comprise has been a prominent Jewish ed-
over 15,000 who do not want to ucator in Philadelphia since 1900
see any split in Zionist ranks at when he came to that city .
the present time, when all forces I Shortly after he arrived there he
are needed to prevent possible Joined the faculty of the Gratz
serious attacks on the Jewish po-: College, of which he later be-
sition in Palestine. I came principal ... A committee
Relief Notes
A very high French official
was greatly impressed when I
told him. at the outbreak of the
war, that the Jews of the United
States had spent more than 100
million dollars for relief in Eu-
rope, through the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, since World
War I ... I can just imagine
how impressed other statesmen
in Europe will be if they ever
get a chance to look into the
booklet just published by the
J. D. C. telling the story of its
thirty years of activtiies The
thirty years of activities The
tween 1914 and 1944 the organi-
zation spent more than $150,000,-
000 on relief, and the list of
countries where this huge sum
was spent embraces all parts of
the globe ... It starts with
Abyssinia and concludes with
Yugoslavia, enumerating prac-
tically every country in all the
continents ... It reveals, among
other things, that the J. D. C.
spent more than ten million dol-
lars in Palestine The largest
sumabout 22 millionwas ex-
pended, of course, in Poland ..
A similar sum was spent also
for the Jews in Russia Next
in J. D. C. relief workafter
Poland, Russia and Palestine-
comes Germany, where about six
million dollars was spent, mostly
during the years when Hitler
was in power, and then France
and Austria, with four million
dollars having been spent in
each country The lowest
point in J. D. C. collections was
reached in 1932 when less than
$400,000 was raised. The high
point was 1944, when more than
$20,000,000 was expended ... At
the end of 1944, the J. D. C. had
a deficit of more than $4,000,000.
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mrDA Y, JUNE 22, 1945 BASEBALL FANS IN F0R A REAL TREAT niamond fans who are in the ^or eood baseball, will Ret Tpveful next Wednesday night a f Mnm Field, June 27th. at 8 "viSck At that time an All Sior aeerfBiition made up of the £ ST*? local Victory League ,;u tanelc with a combination !f stars from the Amphibs (25-1) rf Fort Fierce, and the Boca JJbcrs of Boca Raton Field ll Thc game will be part of the snorts contribution to the mighty 'th War Loan. Under the sponsorship of the American Legion, ^ expected that $25,000 worth of bonds and stamps will be sold. A $100 bond gets you a box seat, one for S50.00 gets you a spot in the grandstand, and $25.00 outs you in the bleachers. Bond booths can be found at Burdines nd Hartley's in Miami, and at indow 24 of the Miami Beach and Hartley's in Miami, and at window 24 of the N" First National Bank. To make things more interesting, local firms are going to buy bonds and stamps for almost everything that can happen in a ball game from a home run to a stolen base. For example, if someone hits a home run a $25 bond will be bought, and the bond to be kept by the customer. Anyone interested in seeing a tew circuit clouts, and buying bonds for same can contact Joe Mason's office in the City Hall, recreation department. | LABOR CONTRIBUTES TO PALESTINE COLONY PROBLEMS OF TRADE WITH U. S. DISCUSSED New York (JTA)—The progress which has been achieved in the industrial and agricultural development of Palestine and the opportunities for American businessmen to participate in the economic expansion of that country were reviewed at the Palestine Economic Conference held in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel under the auspices of the Palestine Economic Bureau of the Zionist Organization of America in association with the Keren Hayesed. "Transformation of Palestine froni the dormant agricultural and pastoral country it .was before the last war to a progressive industrial country of high technical and cultural attainments, is already well advanced," it was pointed out by Robert J. Barr, chief of the Near East Section, U. S. Department of Commerce, one of the speakers at the evening session. "Palestine should emerge from the war stronger economically than it has ever been before." "The future of United States trade with Palestine is bright, but serious problems must be solved if the potentialities are to be realized,' Mr. Barr emphasized. "The most imortant problem affecting American economic relations with Palestine is whether the existing trade controls are going to be eliminated. If they are, the potentialities of United States trade may be realized. If not our exports to Palestine will be limited." fJewist, fieriJian PAGE THREE MRS. BEN MEYERS is serving her second term as president of the Jewish Social service Bureau. J.D.C. TELLS STORY OF JEWISH RELIEF WORK New York (JTA)—The proclamation of Palestine as a demoJ cratic Jewish Commonwealth I was demanded by 1,500 spokesI men and representatives of labor organizations and Zionist groups I at a dinner tendered to mark the I founding of a new agricultural I colony in Palestine, named after iBerl Katznelson, founder of the I Palestine Federation of Labor I and editor, until his death a year I Ho, of "Daver." Contributions I i $100,000 were received at the %  Mr, BULGARIA TO FINANCE MINORITY SCHOOLS Sofia (JTA)—The Bulgarian government will provide for the maintenance of schools operated by racial and religious minorities, it was announced here by the Supreme Education Council. Representatives of the Jewish community and of the other minority groups immediately expressed their thanks to the council and to the executive committee of the Fatherland Front. 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In addition to giving information on the sums collected and spent each year by the J.D.C. ever since the organization began functioning in 1914, the publication enumerates the countries where it operated and gives data as to the relief funds spent in each country. It also explains how the J.D.C. functions as "the world's outstanding relief and welfare agency of and for Jews throughout the world." Its Emergency Administration Committee, the J.D.C. reports, meets formally at least once a week as the functioning arm of the executive committee, dealing with appropriations, cable appeals and decisions, cooperation with government agencies, and relations with other Jewish and non-Jewish bodies. Sustaining the Emergency Administration Committee is an executive committee of 36 who plan the wide program, consider and establish policy, review the decisions of the administrative committee and schedule the work ahead. This executive committee, which meets at least once a month, is the central authority of the Joint Distribution Committee. The executive committee reports to the board of directors made up of 210 leaders in American Jewish life. The basic corporate body of the J.D.C. is the National Council whose 5,200 members are selected from the Jewish communities throughout the United States, with onethird of the membership up for election every year. "In this way there is a constant rotation of old and new forces to sustain the J.D.C.'s vitality -and to register the evolving character of Jewish communal life," the report points out. RECONSTITUTED UJA ASKS FOR PROMPT AID New York (JTA)—The first plea directed to the Jews of the United States since the reconstruction of the United Jewish Appeal was issued here by Isidor Coons and Henry Montor, executive vice-chairmen of the UJA, asking 4,600 Jewish communities throughout the country to give prompt support to the UJA campaign. Washington (JTAV—President Truman this week discussed establishment of a National Arthritis Research Institute at the Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital of the B'nai B'rith in Hot Springs, Arkansas, with Louis Kranitz of St. Joseph, Mo., vicepresident of the hospital. The proposed institute would be the first of its kind. FIGHTING FOR AMERICA pxr. 61/ Leon Bleha/ii' %  > T* ;i %  ''I r ZUSSMAN 5j/ ENTERED ARMY', JR. AT 23 AND BE I CAME INSTRUCTOR IN "STREET FIGHTIN6"AT •FORTKNOX... r PREVIOUSLY WAS STORE CLERK AND) NIGHT STUDENT AT WAyNE UNIVERSITY INNOROYLEBOURG/* AFTER SMASHING $ • THRU BOOBY-TRAPPED*' ROAD BLOCKS.WIPING ;OUT MACHINE GUN NESTS, BLOWING UP ARMED CARS AND KILLING OR CAPTURING NUMER-, 0US NAZIS. ZUSSMAN ADVANCE ^ALONE AGAINST A HOUSEFUL 0F GERMANS AND ^THO ARMED ONLY WITH A TOMMY GUN HE FOUGHT HIS WAY' THRU THEIR RIFLE AND GRENADE FIRE AND KILLED OR .CAPTUREDTHE ENTIRE LOT. Ill 'IllllWd LT. 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rmDA Y, JUNE 22, 1945 *Jewistn r-rry out their-program of_X ''o'Tr^tioVi of l 'wte>r f P ,e ine • uPPr.ed bn.urv.vin, Je. of Europe and the recon.truct.on m al wne Appeal fund., which al.o provide I the Jewbh National Home. jtSfiSfeSiKSaas President Harry S. Truman greets Archie H. Greenberg, National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the U. SJ in his White House office. Commander Greenberg, accompanied! by his aids, extended the greetings and pledged the support to the new President of the surviving 250,000 veterans of World" War I and the 600,000 Americans of Jewish faith now serving in the armed forces. f ^m



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PAGE SIX 9-Jenistiflcridiian •: FRIDAY, JUNE 22 1945 Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president and founder of t alumni who are chaplains in the armed servic ment. More than 25 per cent of Institute gradu the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Forces, miak, USNR; Chaplain Colman Zwitman, AUS; [he Committee on Army and Navy Religious ac Chaplain Aryeh Lev, AUS, office of Chief of C dell Phillips, USNR, Lecturer at the Chaplains' he Jewish Institute of Religion, tells a group of es of the plans to secure $1,000,000 for endowates have enlisted in the Chaplaincy Corps of (Left to right) Chaplain Solomon E. CherRabbi Philip Bernstein, executive director of tivities of the Jewish Welfare Board; Dr. Wise; haplains, Washington, D. C; Chaplain WenSchool; and Chaplain Sidney I. Goldstein, AUS. HOW MUCH TO MOVE A WAR? What will it cost, this moving day of war? We are transferring millions of men, thousands of ships, tanks, guns, millions of tons, of ammunition and food, half way 'round the world Whatever the cost, we cannot falter now. HIT 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 3rd RACES QUINIELAS EVERY RACE POST TIME 8 P. M. ADMISSION 25c No Minon Admilt.d TRANSPORTATIO Tfc_ Street; ATTENTION! RACING FANS! Only 7 More Hightsl ol Greyhound Racing DON'T MISS THE 19TH ANNUAL BISCAYNE DERBY FRIDAY, JUNE 29 uN ROUTES TO BISCAyNE H Miami Transit bus No. 10 out to N.W. 7th Avenue and 1WJ eat; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107* MgS Opa-Locka bus out N.W. 7th Avenue to 115thi Street rw* ANSPORTATIfihl FDrtM TWFC-c PDINTS TO TRAIA Opa-Locka bus out N.W. 7th Avenue to 115th St' rRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO r /0Nl> \ TRACK Vy H



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iyfeMiiyiiOJpidliiaup i EWISH WEEKLY ^MTI8-NUMBER 25 Federation Directors Voice Approval of Educational Study In Report to Body MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1945 The newly elected board of diI actors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation met for its first session Monday evening at the Sunshine Room. The report of the Committee I on Community Needs concerning the study of Jewish education in Miami was the major topic on the agenda. Summation of the report was rendered by Stanley C. Myers, chairman. Following the general discusI sion, the directors approved the recommendations submitted. The I six points outlined stated: The Bureau of Jewish EducaI tion is necessary to the development of a better program in Greater Miami and should be continued. The Budget Committee of Federation should release funds now held in reserve for the period I September 1 to December 31, 11945 to enable the Bureau to [continue its program. I The Bureau should be encourI aged to carry out Dr. Chipkin's I plan and program submitted in 11943. I The functions of the Bureau in I relation to other community Iagencies should be defined in I conferences with the agencies [concerned to develop a basis for Inaximum cooperation and elimination of overlapping of pro|pms. should be so organized as to allow for participation of agencies and organizations in addition to schools to make it representative of the total community interests. J Grievances developed in relalon to the former Jewish Education Association between the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregations and Beth Jacob CongregaH? *? d ^deration should be studied and attempts made to effect adjustments so that if possible, obsacles to affiliation with the Bureau can be overcome. The subcommittee in addition to Stanley C. Myers as chairman, included Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum, Rabbi Simon April, Mrs Max Dobrin, Abraham P. Gannes, Maurice Grossman, Louis Heiman, Leon Kaplan, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Joseph M. Lipton, Jack Marash, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Benjamin Meyers, Rabbi Albert Michaels, Max Orovitz, Joseph Rose, Norman Rossman, Samuel Schachno, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Israel Shapoff, Fred K. Shochet, Harry Sirkin, Joseph Zalis, and Irving K. Furst, secretary. Max Orovitz, president of Federation and chairman of the the meeting, announced appointments of standing committees: PROF. M. KAPLAN IS OUT BY RABBIS; IS PRICE TEN CENTS New York (JTA)-Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan, leader of the Keconstructionist movement, which attempts to reinterpret the Jewish religion so as to check the escapism which, it asserts, is prevalent in contemporary Judaism, was "excommunicated" this week by a group of 200 rabbis at a cherem" ceremony held at the Hotel McAlpin. The ceremony, arranged by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, concluded with the public burning of the revised Prayer Book issued by Prof. Kaplan, to which the orthodox rabbis objected, deThe Rabbinical Assembly of America voiced its strong condemnation of the recent action taken by a group of rabbis called together under the aegis of the Agudat Harabbanim (Union of Orthodox Rabbis). War Bond Rally and Water Carnival Highlight Efforts of B'nai B'rith Campaign The Board of the Bureau i (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) INSISTS IflUNT PEPC il BE SET UP Washington (JTA)—President miman th) week told his press Werence that he hoped that e House Rules Committee would reconsider its refusal to glow the House to vote on the m creating a permanent Fair Employment Practice Commission. By a tie vote of six to six, K committee yesterday refused grant a rule to the legislation, S. P v. rev ^ nlinR il from coming prto the floor of the House for a *L •. L Petition designed to ng it before the House is now E,T ulaled II has already gained over 100 of the 212 ConT^'onal signatures required. tVff„ tem P, 01 "ary wartime FEPC flouS. „'" dan er as a result of ^ouse passage, last week, of the lKcHnn'' 0pr .u tlons BiU without K? authorizing funds for 5iS y The House Finance ^ !" ee cut out the appropriT MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS SPURRED BY CAMP IcH* S nate A PP>priation ET !" ? "iwted request for fccom^ e ( F EP ,9 after the Ratoned T alIe edly had WSmn J eject • the e n t ir e P*BtwJ l BK lf this were H Sei Th l b is now before Wopria.l' wh ch ean ins ert an FSes f r the FEPC if P US TOtTRABBTBODY PR ZI0NIST ACTION te n RaEF A resolution '"'w s^'^anJ.Schach*' "nitAp e5V n Zi0nism originsI of ?u J he Purposes made mi h f r th u a t movement" I ,he H o u P s y n b lc D h ere this week Pft. l 5 0n Rabbinical Asso** bv tL ^fo'Ht'on was Week before. mical body Encouraged by the recordbreaking enrollment of the Home Camp at the Town "Y." the "Y" membership campaign started off with great enthusiasm last Wednesday night. Leon Lieberman, chairman of the Home Camp committee, reported a total registration of 95, the highest in the history of the seven years' existence of the Camp. Over 100 people gathered last Wednesday night to inaugurate the campaign. Abe Kurman, chairman of the membership campaign committee, announced that he is offering $100.00 in War Bonds to the three persons obtaining the highest number of members. The first prize is a $50 bond and the second and third prizes, $25.00 bonds, respectively. Prospects were assigned to the various workers who wili solicit membership. At this time the following captains have been appointed: Teddy Sakowitz, Max Jacobskind, S. B. Miller. Leo Ackerman, Bill Singer, George Chertkof, Nat Blumberg, Harry Gordon and Mrs. Minna Lavine. Other captains will be assigned. At the conclusion of the business meeting, those present enjoyed a cocktail party with Leo Ackerman and Bill Singer as hosts. claring it is contrary to the principles of the Jewish religion. The ban on Prof. Kaplan and his prayer book was preceded by a speech of Rabbi Israel Rosenberg, president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis, urging the "excommunication." Asked by the Jewish Telegraphic Agency to comment on the rabbis' action, Prof. Kaplan said: "It is just too bad that men who call themselves rabbis should in this day and age resort to the barbarious procedure of outlawing a man without giving him a hearing, and to the Nazi practice of burning books that displease them. God save us from such leadership and from the disgrace it is likely to bring upon us Jews." The preparation of his prayerbook, Dr. Kaplan explained, was motivated by a desire to develop a religious service that would give "modernminded Jews a form of worship in which they could participate with devotion and sincerity." He said it was not intended for those Jews who were satisfied with the traditional prayers, and that the action against him raised the question of "freedom of worship." He added that the excommunicating rabbis were merely "making themselves ridiculous." "Modifications" in Dr. Kaplan's introduction to the book—which the orthodox rabbis particularly condemned—include the statement that Jews are not a divinely chosen race; that the Torah is a human document and not one "supernaturally inspired," and that modern Jews no longer look forward to the advent of a personal Messiah. A gala War Bond rally and water carnival will be staged by Bnai B'rith at the Blackstone Pool and Cabana Club, Miami Beach, on July 3, at 8 p. m. Under the general chairmanship of David Eisen, elaborate plans have been set for entertainment and refreshments. Alfred Stone, manager of the Blackstone Hotel, has made available the spacious and luxurious facilities of the Blackstone Hotel to serve as a setting for what may be the finest affair ever held by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Highlights of the evening include a water carnival, show, dancing, refreshments, and a War Bond auction with valuable gifts donated by Miami and Miami Beach merchants. While Bnai B'rith has already surpassed its one million 7th War Loan Drive quota, Chairman Milton A. Friedman reports $1.250,000 sold to date, it is anticipated that the bonds sold during the rally will enable B'nai B'rith to almost double its quota. Admission to the Blackstone Pool and Cabana Club on the evening of July 3, will be gained by presentation of a B'nai B'rith membership card allowing a member and his escort to attend. In addition, non-members will be admitted upon purchase of a War Bond, or by filing an application for membership in B'nai B'rith. W. W. McEachern, chairman of the Florida War Finance committee, sent out an urgent appeal to prospective Series E war bond buyers, saying that unless extra buying takes place during the next few days Dade county will not reach its quota. McEachern said the state and the entire country are far behind their quotas and the drive is headed for failure unless "spectacular buying" is recorded. He said at least 300 additional $1,000 bonds must be purchased in Dade county besides those to be bought through activities planned during the next two weeks. "No Florida county has remitted enough cash to the Federal Reserve Bank to reach its quota, McEachern declared. "Sales must perk up this week." Mrs. T. T. Stevens, chairman of the Dade War Finance Committee, Women's Division, announced additional members of the Blue Star Brigade, Generals: Mesdames Lillian Simonhoff, Sarah Ellis, Gertrude Lachs, Belle Wolf, Irving Kobley. Carl Susskind, Max Bergman, Esther Schechter, Mabel Bergman. The four-star generals are Mrs. Minnie Kline, Mrs. S. T. Shapiro. They have sold 200 or more. BEACH Y HOME CAMP IN AUSPICIOUS START GREATER MIAMI CIVIC BODIES MEET MONDAY Invitations have been sent to organizations of the Greater Miami area for a meeting at the Beach Y on Monday, June 25, at 3:30 p. m. Called on behalf of those community organizations interested in the joint sponsorship of a cultural program for the coming winter season, all groups interested in participating are asked to be present. HISTADRUTH LEADER IS BURIED IN PALESTINE Tel Aviv (WNS)—Eliahu Golomb, one of the leaders of the Histadruth, died here this week of a heart attack. He was 53 years old. REPORT 1,135.000 JEWS KILLED IN DEATH CAMP Moscow (JTA) — The Polish provisional government in Warsaw has made public the results of its investigations of the Nazi "extermination camp" in Chelmno, near Kolo, in the Poznan district, revealing that at least 1,135,000 Jews from all parts of Europe were killed there by the Germans between 1940 when the camp was established and 1945 when the Red Army liberated the territory where the camp was established. The investigation established that "the Chalmno camp was set up in November, 1940. when units of the Gestapo swept into town. A local mansion house was taken over by the Germans and turned into a reception center for the future victims. The first croup to arrive, 700 Jews from Kolo, came on Dec. 9, 1940. They were taken to the reception center, forced to undress and then driven with whips into hermetically sealed trucks equipped to pump gas fumes into the van. Mrs. Carl Susskind, co-chairman of the Beach Y Home Camp Committee, announced a most successful beginning of the day camp season. As the first session of camp draws to a close, Mrs. Susskind and her committee boast of a capacity registration of 100 with 24 boys and girls on a reserve list awaiting vacancies. A well-trained staff headed by Miriam Levine, supervises a program of swimming, athletics, crafts, dramatics, music, folk, dancing and many other attractions. Jack P. Marash, executive director, in a statement, praised the staff for the ease and facility with which they assumed responsibilities and launched the camp season with such keen spirit. The waterfront program under the supervision of Ben Thaler and Harriet "Sandy" Sanders, is an eagerly awaited period. Arts and crafts, under the tutelage of Ina Marash, already shows very fine promise of fine workmanship and achievement. Terry Fishman, the dramatic counselor, lost no time in getting her program started, and has already presented a major production in connection with the 7th War Loan drive. Alan Westin, Edith Schulman, Bob Newman. Herbert Levengard, Marcia Faber, Dave Faber, Ada Sheiner, Ann Fine, Myrtle Algaze, Sally Mantell and June Steiner, round out the staff. The next session of camp opens on Monday, June 25th. It will be followed by three other two-week periods, starting on July 9th, July 23rd, and August 6th, respectively. Registrations are now being accepted for the latter three sessions. 1 0 A COMMITTEE IKES EFFORT AT RECONCILIATION RETRIAL OF SEDITION DEFENDANTS ORDERED Washington (JTA) — Attorney General Francis Biddle has directed a re-trial of the case against the alleged seditionists, eliminating some of the defendants and shortening the trial time, the Justice Department announced. New York (JTA)—The committee appointed by the Z. O. A. to explore the possibilities of terminating the dissension within the organization has not yet arrived at a mutually satisfactory formula, but expects to submit a definite report within two weeks, at the next meeing of the executive committee, Judge Louis E. Levinthal, chairman of the "peace committee," announced at a meeting of the national executive of the Z. O. A. held yesterday evening under the chairmanship of Dr. Israel Goldstein. Judge Levinthal revealed that the committee has discussed various possibilities with Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and with others. He asked that in the meantime the committee be empowerd to continue its efforts. Emanuel Neumann, leader of the pro-Silver group, voiced a feeling of disappointment at the delay in the submission of a definite report by the committee. He maintained that the committee has had ample time to complete its work and that another two weeks is too much to lose. He asserted that the majority of American Zionists have voiced a desire for prompt action. Daniel Frisch, chairman of the Administrative Council and a member of the committee, appealed to Mr. Neumann and his associates to bear with the committee. Mr. Frisch asserted that the committee deferred is report because it felt it to be in the best interests of peace and the cause. He pleaded for a little more patience. The executive committee voted to empower the peace committee to continue its efforts. The Mighty Seventh War Loan Drive is lagging. 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PHPAY, JUNE 22, 1945 *Jewisirh>rldH&ri PAGE NINE I S. SHAPOFF OPENS RXAL ESTATE OFFICE T s Shapoff opened a real estate broker's office at 2755 S. W. 27th Ave. three months ago and reports sales to date totaling 250 000. His sales included a few lots and one business propertv and the others were all homes. He has recently assoScl with his office William J. Potter, who was formerly in the rpal estate business at Miami Reach, and C. Vic Shaffer, who came from Pittsburgh. Shaffer had engaged in buying and selling real estate 18 years before coming to Miami. NEXT SEMINAR OCCURS NEXT WEEK Final sessions of the first series of seminars to prepare families and sweethearts for returnees will take place next For Miami Beach residents the session will take place at the Beach Y, June 25, at 8 p. m. Miami residents will meet at the Miami Y, June 26, at 8 p. m. These seminars are conducted under the auspices of the Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, with the National Council of Jewish Women as a sponsoring organization. The concluding session of the seminar will be concerned with the problem of "How Our Government is Meeting the Needs of Our Returning Veterans." BEACH ATTORNEY GETS ARMY RELEASE Hylan H. Kout, Miami Beach attorney, who entered the army in July, 1943, has received a medical discharge after 15 months in army hospitals. He was injured while training with the 42nd, Rainbow, division at Camp Gruber, Okla. Kout will resume his law practice on the Beach in the Mercantile building. He is a graduate of the University of Miami law school. His wife and their daughter, Sherry Lynn, returned to the Beach with him. MEN'S CLUB SPONSORS LECTURE-FORUM Men's Club of Temple Israel will sponsor a lecture-forum series next winter which will bring to Miami such distinguished speakers as Vincent Sheean, Thomas Mann and Eve Curie. Other speakers will include Robert St. John, commentator; Andre Michalopoulos, former Greek minister of information, and Jay Allen. The committee in charge of arrangements includes Herbert U. Feibelman and Arthur S. Kahn, co-chairmen; J. Gerald Lewis, Julgs Perlman, and Henry Hirsch. Keep your ears open Also your eyes Down through the years You'll grow wise! Palm Beach Notes MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz, 212 S. Sapodilla St., celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary at their home Sunday with a buffet supper being served at midnight. Those present at the affair included Mr. and Mrs. Blumberg, Louis, Blumberg, Mrs. Cantor Mr. and Mrs. Rotfield, their daughter Sylvia, and Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. Miss Anna Schutzberg of the Villa Clair, left Sunday for her summer home in Pine Hiill, N. Y. Carman Kimmel, Specialist (V) 2/c and his wife have returned to Patuxent River, Md., Naval Air Base, after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Kimmel, 3615 Morton Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martienie of Chicago, and their daughter, are visiting at the home of Mrs. S. Gallick, 529 Gardenia St. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Scher, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, are spending a few days in Miami. Miss Ellinor Rottman, 708% Rosemary, was awarded the "commercial cup" for receiving the highest grades in the commercial class. Ellinor left for Philadelphia where she will spend the summer with relatives and friends. Miss Hanna Bell Blumberg and mother have left for Philadelphia to spend the summer. Pvt. Stanley Metz has returned to his post at Ft. Meade, Ga., after spendin ga furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Metz, 212 Sapodilla Street. ^^^^^^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MWWMMWWWMMMMAAAAAAAAAA SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro MB ciliU ducts and Ice Cream. —/MILK • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach. Flo. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH Wn-K-CREAM-ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MEZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. Face Facts George J. Tsfianoff Executive Director A.D.L. Abbreviated Gems: A member of our community recently inquired, "Why is it that antu semitism persists despite all the work being carried on by the Anti-Defamation League?" We appreciate our friend's impatience, especially since we. too, have at times become impatient with the slow processes of education. Yet, a social disease of so many hundreds of years unfortunately does not lend itself to surgical treatment. It is this observer's opinion that from 25 to 50 years of concentrated effort will be necessary to eradicate the disease from the mass mind. I note that still another hideous disease plagues us with increasing fury despite the application of the best known counteracting measures. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis Inc. reported from New York on June 1, 1945, on the eve of Infantile Paralysis summer outbreaks, that the number of cases is running about 50% ahead of a year ago. Last year more funds were collected to Eight Infantile Paralysis than in any previous years. Appreciate America: The American Legion announced on June 10, it would play "an aggressive role" in the post-war readjustment of veterans through a $15,000,000 endowment fund to foster the principles of Americanism. Two Little Words: The bucket of tolerance and understanding is a very large one, but every drop counts. Paul R.*Evans, a former school teacher and son of a Presbyterian minister, was made dictionary editor of the John C. Winston Company of Philadelphia in October. 1944. Words having an offensive interpretation always bothered this uncompromisingly tolerant editor. He promptly proceeded to cleanse the 16 dictionaries published by the company of all discriminating words. Starting with two words, "Jesuitic" and "nigger," which he was able to delete before the 1945 publication deadline, Evans plans to expunge: "wop," "dago," "sheeny," "chink," "greaser," "coon," "gringo," "Jim Crow," (as applied to negroes), and other opprobrious terms. To eliminate offending phrases, Evans wrote to Catholic, Protestant and Jewish National organizations: "Mindful people agree that the great compensation for the unspeakable losses of the present world conflict will be the breakdown, or at least the mitigation, of basic racial, religious and ethnic antipathies." "The reading public must no longer be allowed to believe a word socally acceptable just because it is found in the dictionary." "Popular acceptance of name calling words is dangerous socially, and the words in no wise build individual vocabularies." Cooperation and suggestions were quick to come from interested persons including Professor Leo Shapiro, director of the Department of International Education of the Anti-Defamation League. SINGER CHAIRMAN OF PLANNING COMMITTEE Sam Blank, president of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board, selected William Singer as chairman of the planning committee. Others chosen to serve with Mr. Singer are Carl Weinkle, Herbert Scher, George J. Bertman, David Phillips Nat Roth, Monte Selig, Mrs. Mi ton Sirkin, Mrs. George Chertkof, and Mrs. Monte Selig. The planning committee coordinates the activities of the organization and supervises the carrying out of its functions. Buy More War Bonds! The need is greater than ever. NEW MANAGEMENT E. ft J. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. MIAMI AVE. MORRIS PONCHER AND JOSEPH WEINBERQ. M 0 r. Phone S-4S72 Provide for your futurity with military security—don t talk! REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hotels Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor M48 Waih. Ave., Ph. 6-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service %  05 Lincoln RS. Ph.: 5-5868 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATE8 WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. 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...... %  '. % % %  %  -\ PAGE FOUR vjewist flcricfiari FRIDAY. JUNE 22, %  • '. %  h ; The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 F RED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Six Months, $1.00 Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1945 TAMMUZ 11, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 25 i^^'*^^ m 'K'i^P BOX 2 9 7 3 Miami 18 -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE yjUuctiy eonflcknUoi -By PHINEAS I. BIRONTHE FEPC The last request President Roosevelt made of Congress—on the very day of his death—was for the enactment of federal legislation barring discrimination in employment. Add to this the endorsement and active support of President Truman and you have a matter that should have carried considerable weight. The senate sub-committee Tuesday voted by a narrow margin to accede to house refusal to give any funds to the present Fair Employment Practice Committee. This action deals a delaying blow to New Jersey's Representative Mary Norton's effort to continue the work of this committee and the establishment of a permanent commission. Every means of political and parliamentary maneuvering was used to make this bill the butt and target of a iew of our j narrow-minded legislators who have as yet not learned the lesson of the ill-fated Nazi racism. We cannot condone the undemocratic action this measure has received. Sue men in the House Rules Committee voted against reporting out the bill to create a permanent FEPC. By this action these obstructionists prevent the bill even coming to debate on the floor of the house. These representatives, all | Southerners, have hamstrung this bill in 'other ways. The refused of the House Appropriations Committee to vote funds to continue this vitally needed work was concurred in by the Senate following pressure. A virtual conspiracy was hatched in the Rules Committee wherein agreement necessitated that no vote could be taken without all twelve members in attendance. Through this method action on the bill was delayed months. Rep. Roger C. Slaughter of Missouri, President Truman's home state, again delayed vote by asking postponement when he found he could not be present. His request granted, his arrival provided the necessary vote killing presentation of the bill for debate upon the floor. The establishment of the FEPC permanent commission was introduced to put meaning and interpretation to our constitutional provisos and bill of rights. It will penalize and remove from American industrial and social life Nazi racism in the hiring and promotion of men and women on the job. It does not force anyone to hire any individual. It does prohibit color and creedal lines against workers otherwise qualified for jobs for which they apply. A congressional fight has now begun to legislate Nazi racism out of American employment. Rep. Norton has more than half of the necessary 218 signatures needed to force the bill to consideration on the floor over present obstructors. Florida voters would do well to make their favorable views known on this measure to their legislators. There is only one ground for opposition to this measure and that is color and religious prejudice. The FEPC is a test of whether we intend to keep faith with the men of all colors and creeds who died in the war for freedom. The FEPC can be enacted if the voters insist upon it. Florida voters now have a responsibility and an opportunity. Advise your legislators now! (Editor*! Not.: Boi 7I is th* post office Mdreu <>f the Jewiin horidlan, In which is placed mountainoua amounts of newi % % %  from organisation! and Individual! all over the countryUnder IB will appear :i dlgeal i I eome uf this matei uu.) Organized in January of this year, the Christian friends of the Anti-Defamation League, comprised of friendly Christian ministers of all denominations throughout the country, announces an enrollment of 7,006. Fox Film will release their picture. -Wilson," at popular prices, endeavoring to arouse popular opinion in support of a United Nations Peace Charter. Senator Claude Pepper today announced that more than $216,000 has been allocated to Florida by the Federal Works Agency for advance planning on public works projects. The allocation is in conformance with Title V of the War Mabilization Act of 1924 War manufacturing in Florida is characterized by a variety and extent unprecedented in the nation, the research division of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce declared today in its weekly business review. A level of more than one and a quarter billion dollars in war contracts was maintained throughout 1944 and stood at $1,236,316,000 on April 1, 1945 according to WPB's latest deport. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, reviewing campaigns to date this year, feels that years of intensive local community organization which promoted unity, harmony and singleness of purpose in developing Jewish social welfare programs reaped a rich harvest of success in the unprecedented fund raising results achieved during the past fortnight by member agencies. The formation of fifty-two new posts of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States in the eight months since the last Naional Convention was announced by Archie H. Greenberg, National Commander of 2S J W V ne hundred and fifty-Six Jewish children who endured the horrors of various Oerman concentration camps, and whose parents and close relatives are cither dead or missing, are enroute to Palestine Mexican Jewry is currently conducting its first united fundraising campaign for the relief of destitute Jews in Europe and has allocated a substantial part to the American JDC. MRS. BORENSTEIN NOW I DR. MENCHER IS FIFTH DIST. OFFICER REOPENS OFFICE Mrs. Max Borenstein of Miami was elected third vice-president at the Ladies" Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, 5th District Conference in Washington on June 3 and 4. Others chosen were: president, Miss Sarah Grossman; 1st vice-president, Mrs. Harold Kramer; 2nd vice-president, Mrs.. Louis Dubit; recording secretary, Mrs. Glazer; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Bernstein; treasurer, Mrs. Rothchild. Those attending the conference from this city were Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Max Borenstein, local president; Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz, Miss Ruth Sherman of Rose Chapter and Miss Julia Astor of the Emma Lazarus Chapter. Moscow (JTA)—The Lublin radio reported in a Yiddish broadcast that only 300 of 12,000 Jews in Chorzow, Poland, survive. Dr. Edward W. Mencher has returned to Miami after serving in the Army. He has re-opened his offices for the practice of medicine and surgery at 210 71st Steet, Miami Beach. POSTPONED The National Council of Jewish Women have postponed until further notice the seminars which were to be held at the Beach and Town Ys on Monday and Tuesday. The above decision was made after the news item concerning the sessions appeared in another section of the paper. London (JTA)—Capt. Leon Peretz, a Jewish captain in the Polish army who was liberated by American troops, charges anti-Semitic students cooperated with the Germans during the occupation of Holland. Florida was warned this week against one of man's worst enemies—the common FLY—when the State Board of Health branded it "dangerous as a plague infested rat, and a carrier of infantile paralysis .. Florida's annual graduate short course for Doctors of Medicine will be held at the George Washington Hotel beginning Monday, June 25. Erik Barnouw just resigned as supervisor of the Education Unit of the Armed Forces Radio Service,^ appointed Radio Editor for the "Eternal Light" summer se?" les — Stories of A People, starting Sunday, July 1st Jacob Blaustein, chairman of the executive of American Jewish Committee and a consultant to the American delegation at the peace conference in Frisco, said that there was no difference on major questions among the various Jewish groups having official representation at the conference ... To insure every repatriated trainee the means of practicing his trade, plans to provide ORT graduates with tools or machines before they return to their homes have been announced by the World ORT Union in Geneva. OVERSEAS The first Jewish service held in liberated Amsterdam place in the large synagogue in Jonas Daniel Meier &J*^ in the heart of the city ... To everybody's amazement the' agogue was overcrowded ... No one could figure out ho many Jews had so quickly returned from exile The tn"k is that 80—yes, eighty—per cent of the congregation was no Jewish ... The guests of honor were three Amsterdam poli* officers who had distinguished themselves throughout the N occupation They had constantly risked their lives by warn. ing Jews against Nazi manhunts The Reverend Corneli van Paassen of Zutphen, Holland, spent a year in a Gesttmn prison ... He had been convicted of hiding two Jewish friend in his home ... He is an uncle of Pierre van Paassen, the mi thor and champion of Jewish rights ... It can be told now that the Greek EAM, which Prime Minister Churchill called a bunch of gangsters and bandits, saved many scores of Jews from the killing hands of the Gestapo. LISTEN HERE From the Washington Star of May 31st: "In recognition of the close ties that have existed between Iraq and the Society of Jesus for the past 24 years. Prince Abdul Rah, regent and heir apparent to the throne of Iraq, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Georgetown University by the Very Rev. Lawrence C. Gorman, S. J., president P. S. Iraqis the most intolerant of the Arabian countries Some years ago Assyrians were massacred there Jewish refugee children enroute to Palestine were forbidden transit through Iraq ... It is the most ruthless and adamant opponent of a Jewish homeland And early in the European war it sided with the Nazis and had to be crushed militarily by a British expeditionary force The story that the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem is being pampered in a luxurious villa in southern France is not true But it is true that he will not have to stand trial for treason. THIS AND THAT Hats off to Leslie Roberts, chairman of the Interracial Com mittee for Democratic Action of Montreal ... In a statement furiously blasting the Jewish and non-Jewish hush-hush policy, he called by its right name—Fascism—the recent desecration of Jewish graves in the cemetery at Back River, in the Province of Quebec Senator T. D. Bouchard of Saint Hyacinthe followed suit, warning French Canadians against imitating European Fascism in the use of anti-Semitism How much longer will be have to read eulogies of the English-made movie "Mr. Emmanuel?" ... In the light of the Nazi extermination of five million Jews this gentle tale, which pictures Nazi officials as gentlemen who help Jews in trouble, is an outrageous mockery The preparatory work for the making of a film on the life of Henrietta Szold, who died last winter, is proceeding rapidly We're told that Bette Davis is interested in the role of the immortal Hadassah leader The fame of Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore has extended so far and wide that students from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and other Latin American countries are now seeking admission, according to Rabbi Herman N Neuberger, registrar of the college. THE PRINTED WORD ... In answer to many letters: "Anti-Semitism" is the title of the booklet we referred to in our last column, and the author is the Rev. Arthur J. Riley, Ph. D. .Its imprimatur reads "Richard J. Cushing, D. D.. L. L. D., Archiepiscopus Bostoniensis" The price is 15 cents, and you can order it from Fathers Rumble and Carty, Radio Replies Press, St. Paul, Minn.. • • A "hidden" document appealing for the restoration of Palestine to the Jews, with Benjamin Disraeli as its author, is one oj the features of "Unknown Documents on the Jewish Question, to be published shortly by Rabbi N. H. Frankel of Baltimore. • • That book will contain many heretofore unknown "scoops on various phases of the Jewish problem ... We told you some time ago not to miss "There Goes An Actor." by Alexander Granach, the late German Jewish thespian Now that the book has been published we repeat the suggestion • • %  Ted Thackerey. granddaughter of Joseph M. Schiff. recently added a Bronx paper to her ownership of the New York Post and is now in process of adding a Brooklyn newspaper her holdings. ABOUT PEOPLE ... Photographer Leon Perksie has two unusual P lct Jf e !X er one he poses with the late President Roosevelt, and in the o with President Truman ... It was Perskie who turned out n w ident Truman's official picture when he assumed office % %  • the last presidential campaign, when whispering c ^JL pictured Roosevelt as physically unfit, FDR assigned rw to turn out his official campaign photo Note to resort w owners: Irwin Bluestone, war veteran, seeks to carry M ^ old profession, as an entertainer ... 30 years old, he %  ented mimic, comedian. M. C, and magician %  V T $ some, and a winning personality If you're interested. g touch with us. iS*iW*t;:i*'jl„



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PTUDAY. JUNE 22, 1945 ACADEMIC HEAD OF HEBREW UNIVERSITY Prof Michael Fckete, holder of .. chair in Mathematics since iq?q has been elected rector of the'Hebrew University. Prof. Fekettwas born in Hungary in Fekete was born in Hungary in 1886 Before joining the faculty ifHebrew University in 1928 he taught at the University of Bu*JewistiFk>ridliati dapcst. The rector is the academic PROF. MICHAEL FEKETE head of the Hebrew University which he represents in all academic mutters. He is elected for a period of two years by the University's senate (composed of 38 professors and representatives of the 112 lecturers and instructors who constitute at present the faculty of Hebrew University). The rector is chairman of the senate and an ex officio mini her of the University's executive council. EMERGENCY COUNCIL CHAIRMAN QUITS JOB New York (JTA) —Hayim Creenberg, Labor-Zionist leader, has submitted his resignation as chairman of the American Zionist Emergency Council, it was i learned here. The executive comImittee of the council is expected It meet within the next few days b act upon the resignation. Meanwhile, members of the Jewish Agency executive who I are now in the United States tody issued a statement denying a report carried by all Yiddish (tallies to the effect that representatives of the Agency here are preventing a solution of the auver-ft isc controversy. DIRECTORS APPROVE EDUCATION STUDY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Executive: Monte Selig, Sam Blank, Max Orovitz JanSI Scher, William Singer' Joseoh Stein, Carl Weinkle 8 Stanley P C Myers M. J Kopelowitz, George Chertkoff, Abe Kurman, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Stanley C Myers J. Gerald Lewis, Herbert *.. Scher, Rabbi Saul Appel£ aUm> ^ arry Boye11 Dr Fr ank Coret, Mrs Max Dobrin, Irving Frankel Louis Heiman, Isaac Levin Dr. Louis Lytton, Benjamin Myers, Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Mrs. Monte Selig, Alex Van Straaten, Harry Zukernick. Nominating: Rabbi Max Shapiro, chairman; Sam Blank, I Levin, Dr Louis Lytton, William Singer, Mrs. Monte Selig, Carl Weinkle. Budget: Shepard Broad, Harry Cornblum, Abraham Goodman, Leon Kaplan, Sydney Lefcourt Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Ml £?ol Lutsky, Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Norman Rothman, Herbert Scher, William Singer, Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Year 'round standing committees appointed by the president include publicity, with Mrs. Stanley C. Myers as chairman, and Herbert Scher, year 'round fund raising. Abe Kurman will head collection committee and J. Gerald Lewis, rating. U. S. ABOLISHES VISA REGULATIONS Washington (JTA)—The United States Government this week announced that pre-war immigration regulations are again in effect and disclosed, at the same time, that the Inter-Departmental Visa Committee, which was composed of representatives of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, FBI, Army and Navy Intelligence, will be abolished as of June 30. The Board of Visa Appeals, set up in conjunction with the Inter-Departmental Visa Committee, will also be dissolved on June 30, the announcement, issued jointly by the Deartment of Justice and by the State Department declared. Aliens seeking to enter the U. S. after that date will be required to apply directly to U. S. diplomatic and consular officials abroad, who have authority to grant or refuse visas. Remember, soldier, the only secret is the one never told! After Three Years in the U. S. Navy B. G. POLLOCK, M. D. Hai Reopened Hit Office Practice Limited to BLASTIC SURGERY Hours by Appointment—Phone 9-1786 __ 406 HUNTINGTON BUILD.No' MIAM., FLO RIDA HOSPITALIZATION An Expensive Experience Ask the Man Who's Had On One Person in Ten—One Family in Five Needs Hospital Care Each Year viL n i! W ^P^ensive fo !" provides coverage for indiaSL? m H y 9">ups. ages 3 months to 74 years, anywhere ln the United States or Canada. Hospital Room—Misc. Hospital Experts* Medical Care and Surgical Expense MERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. General Agents, Security Division SevbolH ,I Vident Lif# Bnd Acci <**n* Insurance Co. J_J*JH


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PAGE TWELVE "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 9) Zionist Notes Non-Zionist leaders in the United States who oppose the British White Paper are conducting negotiations in Washington to secure its withdrawal ... It is understood ^hat Lord Halifax, British Ambassador, is paying serious attention to their demand that tens of thousands of Jews from Europe should be admitted to Palestine in the near future The State Department, which officially welcomed the formation of the Arab League because of American oil and air interests, will be reminded by American Zionist leaders of the pledge given by both the Democratic and Republican parties with regard to Jewish rights Palestine The Zionist Military Notes Jewish chaplains attached to the U. S. armed forces in Europe report that a large proportion of Jews liberated from German concentration camps do not want to return to their native countries. This is especially true with regard to Jews from Poland, Hungary and Rumania They prefer to remain stateless, in the hope that they will be transferred to Palestine ... On the other hand, Belgian, Dutch and Czech Jews are all eager to go back to their home towns We hear that the Zionist Organization of America is preparing a plan for settling demobilized American Jewish soldiers in Palestine The raising of a special fund for the construction in Denver of a Gen. Maumove^nTIn the 'iffid IKS I !" Rose Hospital in memory of will, for the first time since the the Denver Jewish general who outbreak of the war, send a large was killed by the Germans, is delegation abroad shortly ... proceeding yery successfully ... The delegation will go to LonThe fund has already reached don to participate in the World | about $50,000 of which $95,000 Zionist Conference there, and was raised by Eddie Cantor wh will later visit other European countries to report on Zionist activities in America Meanwhile, the Zionist Organization, Educational Notes of America, under pressure from An interesting book—not for the executive of the Jewish sale—-is Julius H Greenstone s Agencv, is sincerely trying to "Jewish Feasts and Fasts, just bring about a reconciliation bepublished in Philadelphia in nontween Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and or of the authors seventieth received the "Gen. Rose Medal" for humanitarian service. of his friends, former pupils and collaborators, organized in Philadelphia to arrange for a fitting celebration of his seventieth birthday, ecided on the publication of "Jewish Feasts and Fasts" as one of their projects. We hope that, because of the great educational usefulness of this volume, the committee will arrange for a mass-edition, for the benefit of all those Jewish homes throughout the United States where such books are welcomed by both parents and children. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver It, birthday It is a kind of a nauDi nuuu xiniei onm %  % %  — J %  %  • -. — --. r is felt that peace in the U. S. small encyclopedia on Jewish Zionist movement will be holidays, thei rhistory, their achieved either now or never meaning, and the meaning of If the Z. O. A. "peace committee" does not succeed in settling each of the "ceremonies connected with them The 300-page volthe Wise-Silver strife this month i ume could ha%c, no doubt, been the matter will remain pending : a very good seller, both because until a general convention of the of its educational value and its organization, which, under the clear and simple answers to evpresent travel restrictions, may | cry question one can ask about not take place for a long time.; any of the Jewish holidays and This explains why the annual conferences this week of two of the largest Zionist regional the origin of their ceremonies It is to be hoped that the volume will eventually be placed groups—in the boroughs of Manon the market for wide distribuhattan and the Bronx in New J tion, since this is the type of edYork—asked for the immediate ucational book that the new genrecall of Dr. Silver to active ; oration of Jews in the United Zionist leadership These two | States needs ... Dr. Greenstone regional organizations comprise has been a prominent Jewish edover 15,000 who do not want to ucator in Philadelphia since 1900 see any split in Zionist ranks at %  when he came to that city the present time, when all forces I Shortly after he arrived there he are needed to prevent possible Joined the faculty of the Gratz serious attacks on the Jewish po: College, of which he later besition in Palestine. I came principal ... A committee Relief Notes A very high French official was greatly impressed when I told him. at the outbreak of the war, that the Jews of the United States had spent more than 100 million dollars for relief in Europe, through the Joint Distribution Committee, since World War I ... I can just imagine how impressed other statesmen in Europe will be if they ever get a chance to look into the booklet just published by the J. D. C. telling the story of its thirty years of activtiies The thirty years of activities The tween 1914 and 1944 the organization spent more than $150,000,000 on relief, and the list of countries where this huge sum was spent embraces all parts of the globe ... It starts with Abyssinia and concludes with Yugoslavia, enumerating practically every country in all the continents ... It reveals, among other things, that the J. D. C. spent more than ten million dollars in Palestine The largest sum—about 22 million—was expended, of course, in Poland .. A similar sum was spent also for the Jews in Russia Next in J. D. C. relief work—after Poland, Russia and Palestinecomes Germany, where about six million dollars was spent, mostly during the years when Hitler was in power, and then France and Austria, with four million dollars having been spent in each country The lowest point in J. D. C. collections was reached in 1932 when less than $400,000 was raised. The high point was 1944, when more than $20,000,000 was expended ... At the end of 1944, the J. D. C. had a deficit of more than $4,000,000. NEW HEALTH SERVICE IS INAUGURATED A CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments • No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) • No Charge for Prepayment *We also make loans for periods not exceeding five years without monthly payments 1111 Lincoln Road y 2 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVING? AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President A new community health service came into being Friday when Judge George E. Holt signed the charter application for the Visiting Nurse Association of Dade County. The agency was organized by a group of leading citizens and doctors to provide bedside nursing care for ill and convalescent cases needing this service, and to stretch the existing supply of nurses. The charter, signed in the presence of officers of the newly formed agency, describes its purposes as: "To promote health, individual, family and community; to prevent disease by teaching the principles of health, hygiene and sanitation; to apply affectively in the prevention of disease and protection of health such forms of public health nursing as are included in the association's program." The association is headed by Chester M. Wright, president; Dr. Saniuel Swift, vice-president; Miss Carlotta Lewis, secretary, and Mrs. S. L. Weintraub. treasurer. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Council of Social Agencies, acted as counsel. Enemy ears Are ever near If we don't talk They can't hear. TTUomi for REST CONVALSSCEMCl WCHRONICCASU fSun-RayPark health lie sort MO roa •OOKtT( 1^MIAMI w.rnGiii.i io"couT-nofflD RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM IIM N. w. 7th st. Ph. a.mi •eet oare for chronic tick, cenva '••cent and •ldrly paoDla •ANEL BEER. M D.. 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mKii JUNE3 [W UT SYSTEM TESTS ifFER OPPORTUNITIES r Davis, chairman of i^l No 9 Welfare Board, fed v tressed the fact that early Ki. Svstcm examinations affer K cminty residents opportunI? o qualify for pleasant and %  ^rmancnt employment. >K will be. given tor 10 Li cs of postons with the fef Welfare Board and the lorida Industrial Commission, E? Davis said. These were listIi M clerk, senior clerk, statistical clerk, typist, stenographer, Cnior stenographer,, principal CcnoErapl"-' r statistician senior ESSSdUi. and war-duration fSS. Employment will be Evailublc in many areas of the tac for those making passing trades, as vacancies occur or Those who expect to be released from war work at any lime during the life of the regtter to be established, as well as KOM who are available sooner, Ihould consider the advisability l[ qualifying at this time. Mr. Thus said. "It costs nothing to bke the exams and jobs may be fcore in demand in the future." +Jewisli Meridian July 7 has been announced by the Merit System Council, which jointly serves the two agencies as the final date for filing applications. Full information may be obtained from the Merit System Office, P. O. Box 113, Gainesville, or from unit and district offices of the State Welfare Board, offices of the Florida Industrial Commission, and offices of the U. S. Employment Service in Florida. 53 U. OF M. SENIORS TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS 1 l^p7IOS.W.I2thAV.MIAMh LE 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHER* JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly Furmshtd on fteque*** SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI E xclusively Jewish 14 HOUR 8|> Fifty-three seniors at the University of Miami will receive their diplomas at commencement exercises scheduled 11 a. m. June 25, at the Gables theatre. Addl essing the graduating class will be Dr. James T. Thomas, district director of the OPA, formerly member of the faculty of the University of Alabama. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. president of the institution, will present the diplomas. Rabbi Albert A. Michaels, director of the Hillel foundation on the campus, will give the invocation and the Rev. Lloyd Whyte, pastor of the Shenandoah Baptist church, will pronounce the benediction. June 24, under direction of Dr. Modeste Alloo, the University of Miami Symphony orchestra "will accompany student soloists in the school of music annual commencement concert at Miami senior high school. Included among the candidates for degrees are: Bachelor of Arts, Phyllis Cohen, Shirley Kaufman, Jerrie Roth Mrs. Irene D. Reich, Adele Segall, Jewel Weiss. Bachelor of Business Administration: Gloria Doris Katz, Arline Harriet Lipson, Bert Unger. Bachelor of Music: Phyllis Schulman. PAGE ELEVEN BROWARD WORKER IS COMMENDED Friday. June 22nd: American Jewish Congress Women s Division, Friday Review, at 1:30 p. m. Monday. June 25th: American Jewish Congress, Women s Division, regular meeting 'lay; National Council of Jewish "omen, Seminar, Iteach Y, 8:00 1>. m; Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, Beaoh \. at 8:16 p, m. Tuesday, June 26th: National Council of Jewish Women. Seminar, Town Y. 8 p. m. Wednesday. June 27th: Workmen's Circle, Branch No. G92. i.\. cutlve Committee meeting, 8:30 OBITUARIES Mrs. Bertha Bernstein Mrs Bertha Bernstein, 45, of Brooklyn, ft Y„ died Sunday night at a local hospital. She camo here ??'„' ..?'" BO aml wns stopping at 1321 Collins Ave. She Is survived by her father. I.clb Blfenbeln; a sister. Mrs. Hilda Rosenberg: and a brother, Harry Blfenbeln The body was shipped to Brooklyn by Riverside Memorial Chapel for funeral services and burial. MIAMI PIANIST GIVES MUSIC RECITAL Ruth Wolkowsky, young Miami pianist, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky, 348 N. E. 21st St., recently played her graduation recital at University of Michigan, where she will take her bachelor of music degree this month. Miss Wolkowsky studied with Mana-Zucca and Hannah Adler in Miami, and is a member of Young Artists club here. Fumigation — Moth Proofing — Termite Control Exterrnination — Mildew Proofing — Rodent Control HOUSE CLOSING? CERTAINLY IT IS OUR SPECIALTY BUG BUSTERS, Inc. Fully Bonded—Licensed—Insured Operators Miami Beach, 121 5th St. Ft. Lauderdale. 19831 S. Andrews 5-5276 —PHONES— 957 If you want Bugs, that's your business If you don't, that's ours liiiniiiHiiiiHiiiniiiHiiMiimiiii 1TOUBY PAINTING CO. Miss Sophie Kaplan Funeral services for Miss Sophie Kaplan, 67, a private nurse who died Sunday, were held Monday In the Palmer Funeral Home chapel. Burial was in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Miss Kaplan came here three years ago frOm New York and lived at 1337 Pennsylvania Ave. She Is survived by a sister, Mrs. Minnie Miroff. Mrs. Mary Gottlieb Funeral service* for Mrs. Mary Gottlieb, 82. who died Sunday, were held Tuesday in Riverside Memorial chapel with burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery. She came here from Chicago 12 years ago and lived at 1343 Meridian Ave. She is survived bv her husband, George K. Gottlieb, Miami Beach: three daughters, Mrs. Julia Wolf and Mrs. Coldle Task, both of Chicago, and Mrs. Gertie Begun, of Wisconsin, and three sons, James, of Grand Rapids, Mich : Donald, of Chicago, and Louis, of Miami Beach. BEACH ZIONISTS HEAR REV. PAUL N. JEWETT Rev. Paul Nathan Jewett, of the Good Neighbor Methodist Church, was guest speaker Wednesday noon at the regular weekly gathering of the Miami Beach Zionist Club, at the Strand restaurant. MISS IRENE JACOBS IS NEW DEBBS PRESIDENT An unusual volunteer service has been rendered in the last three war loan drives in this area by Miss Anna Daniels, official secretary for the Seventh War Loan Drive. At the beginning of the fifth drive. Miss Daniels called on S. S. Holland, chairman of the war finance committee and volunteered her services. Her offer was accepted enthusiastically, since the volume of "paper" work in every drive is of magnificent proportions. "Miss Daniels has done a marvelous job in the last three drives." said Holland Friday, "and I don't know how I could get along without her. No letters or reports are ever too much trouble or take too much of her time." Mrs. Larry Williamson, chairman of the blue star brigade for South Broward County, echoed Holland's praise for the aid Miss Daniels has given her in preparing the detailed reports to the State War Finance Committee. Miss Daniels is well known in organization circles in Broward County. She is corresponding secretary, chairman of the Sunshine Fund and member of the program committee of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood, as well as that organization's representative on the Broward County Jewish Calendar Committee. She was recently highly acclaimed by the Hollywood Kiwanis Club for her work in handling the mail solicitation for the Club's Underprivileged Children's Fund. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Modern Sheet Metal Manufacturers at 1227 N. E. 2nd Ave. Intends to register said name with the Clerk pf the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOHN J. SCHWARTZ MINNIE SCHWARTZ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants r./LT, 0/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIIVEN that the undersigned, desiring: to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBKCK REALTY CO., at 1023 SVyl.old Building intends to register said name with tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. VIVIAN H. BECK ,.,T !" .„,, DOROTHY B.OSENBLUM MII.TON A. FRIEDMAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name J, Lnibson Court Apartments at 733 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB SNEIDER .,„. JENNIE SNEIDER 5/2.-, 671-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of STAR LIQUOR STORE NO. 2 at lt>.,0 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MACK COHAN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for applicant 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 LAUDERDALE SERVICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I.IBBV SPORTSWEAR at Sample Room No. 4, Roberts Hotel, 29-31 B. W. 1st St., Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK IJPSON MAX BERNSTEIN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for applicants. 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 Temple Emanu-El in Ft. Lauderdale will conduct Sabbath evening pervices during June, July and August at 8 p. m. The subject will deal with the Chapter on Ethics of the Fathers of the Talmud. BEAUTY SHOPPE MAKES CURLY HAIR STRONG Stepping into office as president of the Debbs Chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, is Miss Irene Jacobs. Miss Jacobs replaces Mrs. Elyse Gladstone, nee Newman, who left upon becoming the bride of Seymour Gladstone of the Navy. A complete roster of officers elected at the semi-annual election included Miss Norma Haas as vice-president and Miss Muriel Auslander as treasurer. New corresponding secretary is Miss Anita Power with Miss Libby Arkin as recording secretary. Miss Faye Schindler takes over the chaplain's office and Miss Bernice Badanes holds the office of sergeant-at-arms. The Debbs are planning a membership drive in the near future which will be marked by a gala pool party to be held at night. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. Excessive curly hair, often a constant source of annoyance, need no longer be a bother. The new improved method employed by the Orchid Beauty Shoppe, 639 S. W. 12th Ave., under the personal direction of Fanny Rich will scientifically strengthen to whatever degree is required or best suited. LEGAL NOTICES 3-SOOOI LlUMSED ANp/ffSUR£oC0Mmcr0RS j 669 N.W.6*Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIIIBIIHHIINHIIIWlllHIIIIHllllBllli Featuring SENSATIONAL Beth Challit Miss Despy Karlai Sergei Barsukoff laUrulloul rim DM BERNARD MAYERSON IRVING LAIBSON MARIE STANLEY. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 9153 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Robert R. Perry and Mary A. Perry, husband and wife, holders of State and County Tax Certificate No. 1125 Issued the 5th day of June, A.D. 1939, has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: Lots 7 to 9. Block 14, Woodland Addition, a Sub., Plat Book 6, Page 85, in the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Mrs. James Morrison. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of July, 1945, which Is the 2nd day of July, 1945. Dated this 5th day of June. 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, D. C. 6/8-15-22-29 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY at 55 N. E. 24th Street, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I. W. GREEN LEON GREEN ALRERT A. GREEN JOSEPH ARAGO MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Commercial Chemical Products at Dade County, Fla. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Sole Owner SAMUEL A. KATZ MARX FEINBERO Attorney for Applicant. 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALTON SPORTSWEAR at 1668 A. Alton Road, Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MAX SHEREMETA. 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PAGE EIGHT +Jewist>ncr/dTiar7 nUDAY.roNBM 194s In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St.—Regular services Friday ewniiih" at 8:15 p. m Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be In charge. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative. 139 N. W 3rd Ave.— KeRUlar services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a. m. Daily Mlnyan. Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Hebrew School daily from Monday through Thursday. 9 a. m. until 12. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Liberal, 7B1 41it Street, Miami Beach.— Friday evening services at 5:45. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.—Friday evening service at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at s:30 a m. Schalos Seudos at 7:30 p. in. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak: on the portion of the law. Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant. Summer sessions of the religious school Monday through Friday, from 9 to 12. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER,. Conservative, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m. Friday evening. Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Poticha. will become ^bar mltivah. Mlncha service at 7:30 p. m. Maariv at 8 p m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah. 1545 8. W. 3rd Street, Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning wervlces at 9 a. m. Robert Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry Zltser, will become bar mltzvah. He will address the Congregation and Rabbi Simon April will respond, Mlncha at 7:15 p. m., followed by Schalos Seudoa and Maariv. Hebrew School dailv from 9:15 a.m. till 12. MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 SW. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision CO 9 Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenusj PHONE 2-6141 BANDEL EXPECTS BANNER BOND SALES Louis Bandel, general chairman of the Mahi Shrine Bond Drive, is looking forward to a banner bond sale in conjunction with next Monday's all-star boxing show and nite club revue at the Biscayne arena. Sam Weinstein, Biscayne promoter, is lining up the top notch card of the season, presenting the leading army and navy battlers of the area. A special fiveman team is coming from Boca Raton to do battle with a squad from Morrison Field. Irving Prince, well known sportsman and hotel man will play host to the Morrison Field boxing team when they arrive Friday night, at his Edward Hotel on Collins Ave. and 10th Street, the Beach. Bonds will be admission and all orders will be taken at Sam's Newsstand, 116 N. E. 1st Ave. ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product Of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1728 N. W. 7th Avo. Phono 2-8141 Pearl Bros. and the Coast Guard headquarters in the duPont Building. The Mahi Shrine goal for this show is a $500,000 sale. With more than a dozen boxing bouts carded, a gala night club revue produced by Buddy Walker and special almost unobtainable items to be auctioned off to the highest bond buyers, a big night is anticipated. SISTERHOOD BOARD TO MEET Sisterhood of Beth David Congregation will hold a board meeting Tuesday, June 26. at the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Jack August, president, will open the meeting promptly a t 12:30 p. m. SCIENTISTS KILLED 21,500 JEWS WITH GAS Mauthausen (JTA) — Records showing that of 24,000 Jews brought by the Nazis from all parts of Europe to the Mauthausen camp—where German scientists used inmates as guinea pigs in poison gas experiments—only 2,500 survived when the U. S. troops liberated this town, were made public today. The enemy's ears Are opened wide So military secrets We must hide! < DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED •,. tliimiK.in.f I Innrlmiml lln,r .1 l„if„ lin tu Telephone 58-2979— DR JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES THE OrENINU OF NEW OFFICES AT 1784 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET FOR THE PRACTICE OF NATUROPATVMC MEDICINE CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS—PHYSIOTHERAPV PHONE 2-7140 HOURS:9:30 TO 11:30 — 1:80 TO 4 June Brides a lifetime of remembrance A WEDDING ALBUM WITH CANDID SHOTS OF ALL THE WEDDING ACTIVITIES SAM DIAMOND —PHOTOGRAPHY PHONE 2-8212 To GRANDMA WjNTER i^EANT AFRAKKLWSTOYI SUMMER. A BWLMEITO RNL To Grandma the changing seasons meant only two things how to keep warm in winter, and how to keep cool in summer! In winter the old Franklin stove—Grandma's pride and joy—did Trojan duty in the parlor. The only trouble was that it over-heated one room the rest of the house set everybody's teeth a'chattering! In the summer Grandma had the old fashioned idea ... she kept the house pretty well closed and sat in prim discomfort with hr constant companion — a palmetto fan. But to the modern man and woman, in home, office, store or manufacturing plant of today, the changing seasons mean nothing! For thanks to scientific Air Conditioning—the year 'round Air Conditioning — they have control of the weather have found better health and comfort in the home better working conditions and greater production in office and plant. Soft Distributor, in South Florida / Yes, in the building of tomorrow. scientific Air Conditioning will be as much a part of the plan as the roof! Right now Air Conditioning is at war but Belcher has maintained its staff of consultants who are ready to talk with you, your architect or consulting engineer about your building plans for the future. Deposits on Carrier Air Conditioning units are being taken now at Belcher Industries. Orders will be filled in sequence as soon as possible after Victory. BELCHER, INDUSTRIES A Diviiion •/ Belcher Oil Company ESTABLISH ED 19 IS MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES. FLORID* Air Conditioning and Re/riferation



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PAGE TEN 9-JewistncrldHan FRIDAY. JUNE 22, ..—y*wr : '3 ANOTHER CHORE FOR MILLIONS This official U. S. Navy photo! graph of American boys landing under enemy fire on a Pacific island is typical of the hard, bloody jobs our troops are doing—and will have to continue to do for many weary months to come—for you and for all Americans. %  f HUY TWICE AS MANY BOI BUY TWICE AS MANY BONDS IN THE MIGHTY 7th WAR LOAN! The time is ripe. It's now —now when America can't afford to falter '. '. NOW is the time for you to back up our fighting men by buying twice as many War Bonds in this mighty 7th War Loan as you ever did before! Does that seem like too much of a chore? You wouldn't, if you could see how urgent it is to act now. Up to this time last year there had been two war loans. This year, the 7th War Loan must raise almost as much as two loans last year. That's why you are asked: Buy twice as many Bonds in this mighty 7th War Loan! Regardless of what has happened in Germany, we must Still send our millions of men in Europe tons and more tons of supplies daily, In the Pacific we still haven't gone all-out against Japan. We must build new, deadlier, more costly planes ... harderhitting tanks .. new warships .. and more of everything than ever before, if we are not to let our boys down just when they need our help the most. And we, all of us, have a new responsibility ." '. to the thousands of our wounded. We must see to it that they get the best of care, the best of medicines, the best of everything f w THI through the long, pain-filled months of their recovery. All this takes money. That is why your country is again asking you to lend your dollars by buying twice as many Bonds as you ever did before 1 TRADE YOUR FOLDING MONEY FOR FIGHTING MONEY WAR LOAN War Bonds pay off in these 7 ways... 1 The same Government security backs your War Bonds as backs the actual dollars you put into them. 2 You get $100 at maturity for every $75 loaned now. You can get your money back, 60 days after issue date, any time you need it in the meantime you get safety and steady growth. i You have a backlog to renew buildings and equipment after the war. Bonds will insure your children's schooling, or provide for your own security, travel, retirement. ft Bonds go into a national nest egg that will help to assure post-war prosperity. "I Bonds transform your love of home and country into ac tion.. • you join personally in the biggest, most urgent Wax Loan of all-the Seventh! This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement-prepared under the auspices of Treasury Department and War Advertising Council and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals Stevens Markets Grand National Importers 1st Trust Bldg. Sungas Company Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.—Ph. 3-3685 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach East Coast Fisheries, Inc. 360 W. Flagler St. South Seas Hotel 1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Savoy Plaza Hotel 425 Ocean Drive Russian Bear Restaurant 929 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Richie Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th Avi. 2201 N. W. 62nd St.-7-3085 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.—4-1685 National Produce Co.. Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th Ave. Belford Produce 4 Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. Margaret Newman — Women's Apparel 958 W. 41st St., Miami Beach Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 3190 Pin. Tree Drive, Miami Beach Rainbow Gardens—Florist 840 N. E. 79th St. Stone's Bar & Liquor Stores • 8. W. 2nd Ave,



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PAGE TWO fjentet fhridlian PERSONALS GM 3/c Marvin Apte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, will leave Wednesday for Jacksonville to return to the Naval base there after spending a 30 day furlough with his parents. He is expected to return to the South Pacific where he has already seen action. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz will observe their seventh wedding anniversary at a family gathering June 23. Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt and children, Barbara and Jeffrey, are visiting in New York and will vacation in the Mountains. Mr. Lefcourt will join them in August. PhM 3/c and Mrs. Stanley Tannenbaum, newlywcds of last Sunday in Chicago, are now in Miami visiting relatives and friends. The couple will leave next Wednesday for San Francisco where the groom will return to his ship. Mrs. Ezra Raphael has returned after a vacation of two weeks in New York and Canada. Mr. Raphael leaves this week on a business trip to northern cities and Miss Louise Raphael, their daughter, on a vacation to New York and Monsey Camp. PERSONALS Muriel Sedan left Wednesday to spend the summer at Camp Carlysle, North Carolina. Mrs. George Talianoff and her daughter Susan will spend the summer at Long Beach, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Kolman Luna will leave next week for an extended visit with relatives in Washington, New York and Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Auslander, 1520 N. W. 1st Street, will hold open house Sunday evening, July 1st, at 8 o'clock, in celebration of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. H. B. Alper, 1520 Meridian Ave., left Tuesday for a visit of several weeks in the East. After spending a five week vacation in Washington and Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kandle are back at their home, 169 N. W. 25th Street. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. "ASK NO QUARTER" By GEORGE MARSH *3 A full-bodied novel of colonial Newport at the end of the 17th century, when pirates were preying on New England coasts and Newport ships ranged the West Indies and the merchants of Newport waxed fat on trade and the spoils of privateering. A great and moving tale of adventure and romance. MIAMI STORE BOOKS SECOND FLOOR Miss Katherine Peretzman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami Beach, left last Friday for New York, where she will spend the summer visiting relatives. Her brother, William (Billy) Peretzman, who has just graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school, has also left town to begin his boot training for the U. S. Navy, in Bainbridge, Md. Miss Florence Silverstein, of Long Island and Brooklyn, N. Y., left Miami Wednesday evening by Clipper for Panama. While here she was the guest of Miss Beatrice Lippman, Miami Beach. Fred Jonas left Tuesday on a trip that will take him to Salvador, Mexico City, Guatemala. He anticipates a possible visit to San Francisco where his son Royal is in the Medical Corps. A second son is in the Navy, stationed at Bainbridge, Md. Nat Zalka returned Saturday after a business trip to the I North. TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 ANNOUNCEMENT Announcing the re-opening of my Real Estate office at 801-2 First Trust Building, Telephone 2-2111, after three years absence from Miami in the Military Service. M. B. NEWMAN, Realtor The Jewish Father is the Nucleus of the Family The Bible reports death as: his forefathers" and he slept with A wise father provides, today, for that uncertain tomorrow, with a family plot in MOUNT NEBO, to keep his family always together. MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 PERSONALS Nat Roth left Wednesday on a business trip that will take him through Florida. Atlanta, Cleveland and New York, before returning in several weeks. Harry Kamins, electrician's mate 1/c, is spending a thirty day furlough here with his wife and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bl.umberg and daughter Charlotte left Sunday for a month's stay in the North. Charlotte will enter camp and return in the fall. Mrs. Nathan Adelman returned home Friday after a six week's visit with relatives and friends in Virginia, Carolina and Maryland. Jerome Wcinkle, Miami attorney, has associted himself with the law offices of Abe Aronovitz in the Seybold building. Miss E. Phyllis Schulman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Schulman. 241 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, is gradual ing from the University of Miami on June 25th. For her outstanding work throughout her four years at the University she had the honor of being chosen as one of seven students to appear with the Symphony Orchestra on the annual "School of Music Com cert," to be presented at Miami Senior High school on June 24. Miss Schulman graduated from Miami Senior High school and served as president of Hillel while on the University campus. She is well known throughout the Miami area as a popular songstress and since the war has entertained many thousands of the boys in service. Friends are invited to be present at the concert. Mrs. Carl Wcinkle and daughter Ernise are visiting with friends and relatives in Savannah. Upon the opening of the camp season Ernsie will leave for Camp Wohelo, Pa. Mr. Wcinkle will join his wife in New York later in the summer. Mrs. Louis Zcicntz and sister, Mrs. Eva Plant, left by plane Wednesday evening for New York, after hearing of the sudden death of their only brother, David M. Herstein, who passed away Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Katz of Baltimore have arrived in Miami Beach on their honeymoon and arc guests at the Ocean Spray hotel. Their marriage took place June 10 in Baltimore. The bride is the former Miss Betty Fruman and the bridegroom is the brother of Sam Katz, one of the owners of the Ocean Spray. Mrs. Herman K. Wilcks and three children. Harriet, Joan and Sidney, are spending four weeks in New York visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rabin and daughter are in New York where they went to attend the wedding of their neice. Accompanying them were Mrs. Henry Rabin and Miss Mildred Zalka. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rosner and family left Thursday for the Ostend Hotel, Atlantic City, where they will spend the summer. Mr. Rosner is the operator of the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach. m.iiCKSTom; PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, 1100 14th St., Miami Beach, left for New York to visit and will spend the remainder of the summer at Sharon Springs. Mr. Greenberg is the chairman of the Building Committee of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, and will make a special trip here July 3 when the architect will present for approval special plans for the new and enlarged kitchen to be erected at the Home. A group of intimate friends entertained prior to the Greenberg's departure. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Appel, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Trau, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Broad. ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein, 1676 S. W. 14th Street, announce the engagement of their daughters, Ruthye, to Mr. William Cohen of Boston and West Palm Beach, and Irma, to Ensign Sherman Friedman of Baltimore and Miami. Ensign Friedman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friedman of Baltimore, and Mr. Cohen is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Cohen of Boston. Miss Muriel Joyce Rediker and Sam Leb, both of Miami Beach are announcing their engagement. Miss Rediker is the daughter of Mrs. Bessie Rediker, 1121 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach and A. S. Rediker, Havana Cuba. After her graduation from high school, she attended Florida State College for Women in Tallahassee. In the service nearly two and a half years, Pfc. Leb is on duty in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Leb is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Leb, 1024 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, and before entering the service he attended the University of Minnesota and the University of Illinois. FRIDAY, JUNE 22 BIRTHS Ca P tain ^dMTTDa^iJTlrannounce the birth W Uet their .daughter. Ju di ft n V. ol Captain Koller is at oreL, "* %  the armed forces in ^V ith Pacific. lne South Births this week' A J. born to Mr. and Mrs N^^ ter lack, 1612 Michigan Ave L 0 1 Mr. and Mrs. DenniV vta* 1 to 5916 S. W. 3rd St" a son ft' and Mrs. David Grana^Vs ft' ferson Ave. Je 'BRISM The brism of the folio^n?^ place during the past weekM, an 2 £? rs £ am St ehansky Z and Mrs Max Rosonstreich and Mr. and Mrs. Herman %  -*.'%  :£ T H. H.. -i-;^^;^Ute^^isS-^3JoS._


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