^fr^-THE JEWISH UNITY
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 26 IQ^R
PRICE TEN CENTS
Employees End Strike
A Reuters dispatch from Jeru-
salem reported Tuesday that the
strike of 50.000 Palestine govern-
ment employes, which has lasted
for about two weeks, would end
at midnight April 23.
The strike for higher wages
and better living conditions start-
ed with a walkout of postal em-
The Palestine government said
Sunday night it had recommended
to London that pay raises and job
reclassifications which would cost
$8,000,000 annually be established
as a move to settle the strike.
SALEM (JTA)-The 15
| leaders who went on a
Lrike to secure tlic ad-
t0 Palestine of the over
wish refugees detained at
ja Italv, were worn but
hli week as thi rested
he care of physicians.
fended their strike after
ns when Hifih Commis-
fsir Alan Cunningham
J to admit 700 of the de-
fefugees under the April
toon quota and the re-
[under the May quota.
ligh Commissioner's de-
i conveyed to the strik-
fchief Rabbi Isaac Herzog
a meeting with Sir
nmediately, more than
A-ish youths gathered be-
building of the Jewish
|sh leaders on the success-
rcplishment of the strike.
1 was addres-i I by some
likers. who called for
to intensify the
niggle for free immigra-
rst meal t:.' were
I to eM after Iheir five
lf-impescd hunger con-
a small quantity of
and some milk. The
voting they observed a
Kder at which the young-
Kin. Isaac Werfi !. asked
[itional "four i tii ns"
I all present at the table
rGod promised Palestine
[to our fathers, but also
fi our children The
ffder" was preside I over
|Rabbi Herzog, and Pass- MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA)
were sung by /.a I man The President of Uruguay. Dr.
, editor of the Hebrew Juan Jose Amezaga, expressed in-
to, who was one of the terest in the possibilities for im-
migration of Jewish children from
Europe, in an interview with rep-
resentatives of the pongress of
Polish Jews in South America,
which concluded its fourth con-
vention here last week.
President Amezaga declared
that it would be to his country's
interests to admit a number of
Mrs. Clyde A. Epperson, Dade
commander of the American Can-
cer society, said the county cam-
paign paused the halfway mark
toward a $30,000 goal, but success
depends on new contributions, big
Proceeds from the current Can-
cer Month drive will go for a na-
tional education campaign, cancer
research and opening of the "little
red door'1 cancer center here.
Every nine minutes three per-
sons die of cancer throughout the
country, Mrs. Epperson said. One
of the three could be saved
through proper education and
That $14,000 is the amount that
must be raised before May 4 to
insure a cancer information center
and charity detection clinic for
Committee Writes Unanimous
Report; Compromise Indicated
Expected In U. S. Soon
B Under JDC
i refugees from Shang-
I China this week for
F homes in other coun-
I wal office of the JDC
|e first 39 i migrants
ngha, left last month
"A. emigration pro-
g B- Appelbaum, war-
II fdcr of Tnple
w ha resignation to
NEW YORK (JTA)Property
seized from Jews in Europe after
1933 and now located in neutral
countries will be restored to their
owners, or their heirs, if they can
be found, or will be made avail-
able for Jewish rehabilitation and
resettlement, it was announced by
the American Jewish Conference
on the basis of correspondence
with the State Department.
The State Department notified
the American Jewish Conference
that it has taken under advise-
ment the proposal advanced by
the conference that hcirless Jew-
ish property should be made
available for Jewish rehabilita-
tion and resettlement.
The sum of $25,000,000 allocated
under the Paris Reparation
Agreement for the rehabilitation
and resettlement of non-repatri-
able victims of German action,
constitutes a first and prior
charge on the proceeds of Ger-
these children. He asked for man external assets, the American
First new arrivals of displaced
persons from Europe are expected
next month, according to a state-
ment of the National Refugee
Service Migration department, re-
ceived by Charles Cohen, director
of the Jewish Social Service bu-
However, none of the immi-
grants aie expected to come to
A large number of visas are
being issued in April, the state-
ment said. In order not to lose
any of the March quota numbers,
the U. S. Visa division made
available numbers which were
blocked for use in the American
zone on or about March 20. These
visas have been given to consu-
lates in points outside the Amer-
To be Returned
further information on the num-
ber who could be brought to
Uruguay, who would pay their
passage from Europe, and who
would support them after their
^ A J7Un 15 Wh
Kill as an Army
M rum to the pul-
C .sa'd it is in
1 \,w agreement
*>"<* of the
P'ans for the
Jewish Conference has been as-
Indicates 100,000 Jews to Enter
WASHINGTON, April 23 (JTA)Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson.
American chairman of the Anglo-American Inguiry Committee
on Palestine, arrived here today by plane from Lausanne,
Switzerland, carrying the committee's report, which is under-
stood to recommend the immediate admission of 100,000 Jews
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency learns that Judge Hutcheson
will be rushed from Washington to Norfolk to meet President
Truman, who will arrive there tonight, so that he may submit
the report to him before he reaches the capital to attend the
funeral of Chief Justice Harlan Stone who died yesterday. Other
members of the committee are expected to arrive here from
Europe by plane tomorrow.
The committee completed its deliberations on Saturday, well
within the 120-day period allotted it Despite all the rumors
which have circulated in recent weeks, and despite the fre-
guently acrimonious debate which occurred while the recom-
mendations were being drafted, no minority report was written.
From here on in, the fate of Palestine rests in the hands of
the two governments and the Anglo-American Inguiry committee
, no longer exists, its members
A I \# | scattering to their homes in Eng-
/\tldnta 7 OUthS land or the Uted States. It is
assumed that the State Depart-
ment and the Foreign Office will
contact each other for the pur-
pose of arranging simultaneous
release of the report in Washing-
ton and London.
It is not known yet if the re-
port will be released immediately,
or whether the two governments
will first consult as to the de-
cisions to be taken on the basis
of the report, and release it only
when they are ready to announce
these decisions. It is understood
that when the committee visited
Foreign Minister Bevin during its
hearings in London, he intimated
that whatever they recommended
would be acted upon
A wire'from Seven Arts, inter-
national news agency serving The
Jewish Floridian, confirmed
statements of the New York
Times and added that administra-
tion of Palestine by United Na-
tions was recommended.
The wire stated:
ATLANTA (JTA)Prompt po-
lice work has resulted in the ar-
rest of three boys charged with
desecrating the Anshe S'Fard
Chassidic Synagogue here.
Following discovery of the at-
tack on the synagogue, during
which two Torahs were ripped
and prayer books, an American
flag and several talliths were
strewn around the floor, an of-
ficial of the synagogue communi-
cated with the local office of the
A call by ADL chairman to
Chief of Police Hornsby resulted
in detectives being dispatched to
the scene and the arrest of three
neighborhood youths, all under
15, who confessed that they had
committed the vandalism.
The incident was the first of
its kind to occur here in many
years and is attributed to the
sured in the communication re- growing wave of juvenile delin-
ceived from the State Depart- quency in this city, rather than
ment. to anti-Semitic provocations.
Attempting to complete its $35,-
000 capital funds drive, the Hillel
Advisory council will reopen its
campaign for the next 30 days,
according to Harold Turk, who
was reelected president of the
(council at a meeting last Thurs-
Proceeds from the drive, which
was held originally in December,
'1945, will benefit the local Hillel
foundation at the University of
Miami. Carl Wcinkle, Monte
Sclig and Sam Blank are chair-
men of the campaign planning
committee. A campaign break-
jfast, at which Dr. Abram L.
:Sachar, national Hillel director,
j will be" guest speaker, is being
considered for the middle of May.
Elected with Turk at the meet-
ing last week were Leon Kaplan,
vice pr-sident; S. B. Miller,
treasurer, and Mrs. Tillie Rosen-
CPA Advisory Board
A signal honor was paid to a
number of Miamians this week
when Earle J. Robbins, civilian
production administration mana-
ger in the Miami area, appointed
a nine-man committee to act in
an advisory capacity to him in
passing on non-housing construc-
Among those selected were Dr.
Morris Goodman, vice president
of Morris Bros, department store,
Miami Beach, representing com-
mercial interests; Mr. E. Albert
Pallot, attorney; Thomas P. Coo-
gan, Denis V. Renuart, Charles E.
Johnson, Jack Kofoed, Charles
Forbes, John Montgomery and T.
D. Ellis, Jr.
The committee will serve as a
board to pass on applications for
"Washington chairman of in-
quiry commiite* reported to
hare submitted to Stale De-
partment the following find-
ings: Believed to recommend
admission of one hundred thou-
sand Jewish DP'j to Palestine
this year. Army transporta-
tion to be used. Repudiation
of While Paper. No solution of
statehood. Administration UN
In the 104 days that elapsed be-
tween when it opened hearings
in Washington and finished the
(CONTINUED ON PAOE S)
FIRST SYNAGOGUE IN
LA PAZ, Bolivia (JTA)The
cornerstone of the first synagogue
in the city of Cochabamba, in the
province of Cochabamba in cen-
tral Bolivia, was laid at a cere-
mony attended by government of-
ficials and leaders of the recently
organized Jewish community
non-housing construction. It is here. Isaac Antaki. local business
awaiting instructions from Wash- nun and philanthropist acted as
uigton as to its activities. | chairman.
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By ELSIE KRONENFELD | Just returned from a month's
Rosalind Friedman's friends visit in several South Amer can
had a chance to meet her fian- countries, Jack Fishman Miami
ce. Perry Botwinick. Tuesday Beach hotel owner told of his
night at a cocktail party given observations regarding Jevwsh
by her brother and sister-in- life there to the Miami Beach
Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fried- Zionist Luncheon cluD
man. Perry is leaving this week ;nesday .
for New York but will return for jTHE SICK LjSt
good shortly, since he and Ros-
alind will make Miami theii
home after their wedding .
Milton and Sylvia's young son,
Kennie, is going to be all of two
years old next Friday Mr.
and Mrs. H. Friedman, 645 N.
E. 26th terr., cousins of the Wil- Ij^-j^ hi ,^3. R.chman
ham Friedmans. are now per- .brake h P^ ^ ^ ^
manent members of me com-1 ^^ Mrs Eman.
munity. They are from Savon,, ^ G]uck ^ g w 17|h g, _
d a r na r^hon went k home from the hospital after
Rose and George Cohen went' ____, ^ ,
. /-u i c r i, ,.,QOir a serious auto accident tnat ve-
to Charleston, S. C, last week- ____
Trouble doubled for Mis.
flose Richman's family. Her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carl Eh-
rens, was at Jackson Memorial
hospital while Mrs. Richman
was at a rest home recuperat-
ing from a fall in which she
end with George's brother, Jo
seph, to attend the wedding of
the boy's sister, Miss Faye Co-
hen, to Jack Brickman .
Patsy Simon, the Herbert Si
curred April 10
Alan Furman Westin at 16 is
such a good student at the Uni-
versity of Florida that the as-
sistant dean of students wrote
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
man's oldest girl, was four Westin 745 Washington ave
years old April 18th and appro- congratulating them
priate the date, 18 youngsters
I marks. Alan has been initi-
priaie me aaie, 10 yuuiiyoicia _. ,
were around the birthday table ."ted into Phi Eta Sigma, honor
. Belle Berman honored heri^iety for freshmen .
daughter, Toby May, at a lawn I Max fiver visited m Cuba
party Saturday afternoon. lasI weekend. Other Miarmcms
Guests included Toby's sister, feen *he were Lillian Fisher,
Bobby. Kenneth and Ronnie ,anJe wBronner;,L
Dubler, Alan and Harriett, man Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Stone, Carol Lee and Frankie SaiIer are in New York ... So
Gilin, Frances and June August, |1S Phl1 Berkowitz Mr. and
Raymond and Barbara Kapp,
Susan Wieder, Linda Herman,
Roger Schaeffer, Janice Marko-
witz. Moving pictures and a
peanut hunt highlighted the
party at which Belle's sister, a
visitor from Laurelton, L. I., as-
sisted. She is leaving Thursday
Mrs. Herman A. Binder are
'leaving by plane Monday for
au-ip to Atlanta. Chicago and
Los Angeles that will keep them
away till the end of September
While in California, they will
see Herman, Jr.. who married
Miss Maureen Holland of Sioux
City on April 12. two days after
his father's wedding to Mrs Ida
Edward Newman was home
on furlough for Passover
Home after 34 months in uni-
form is Marvin G. Apte. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte, 435
S W. 31st rd. Marvin was a
qunner's mate in the Navy and
served on the U. S. S. Propus
in the Pacific .
Edward Knoble. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Knoble, of
2900 Sheridan ave., has been
discharged after three and a
half years in the Coast Guard.
As a signalman, he served on
a destroyer escort and saw ac-
tion in Europe, the Pacific,
Alaska, China and Japan .
Herman D. Staiman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J Staiman, was
discharged Tuesday after two
and a half years in uniform. He
was a member of the Sixth di-
vision, first to be redeployed
from Germany to the Pacific.
Herman will most likely resume
Beach Auxiliary Plans
Member? of the Miami Beach
Women's auxiliary to the Jewish
Home for the Aged will receive
heir assignments for the organ-
Eat ion's summer project at a
nesting, 1 p- m- Tuesday, at the
Strath Haven hotel, according to
.vlrs. Benjamin Sherry, president.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel is chair-
man and Mrs. Benjamin Feld, co-
chairman of the fund raising ac-
Mrs. Sherry announces that
$700 was contributed for the
Home at memorial services held
Tuesday in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 4430 Royal
Palm ave. Over 50 people attend-
ed the services.
Denver Board To Meet
A board meeting of the Greater
Miami chapter, National Home
for Jewish Children at Denver,
will be lu-ld at the home of Mrs.
Sol Goldstrom, 2420 Flamingo dr.,
11 a. m. Tuesday. Rose Steinhau-
ser and Rose Greenwald will as-
sist the hostess at luncheon.
Whc" the ex^T
and the ex-Navy e?"
That's ..he st0
hers m-w. **&
ton Associate,, he.
The partneri., ,
Th<> in set up t
barna. Georgia, Texas
and Florida. ^
AH carpentry ^ .
wort on their showrl1
f.ces, located at 2935T
one ave., was done by '
and theft wives
Both veteran, of w
vce. Vogel and S.rotin
WIV. '' former MJ
Barbara Mandell of fl
while they weie *
University of North C
Freedom of soeech
rm'J" less talk!
his studies at the University of
George Talianoff had his first
taste of fishing Sunday when
he. Dr. Abram Sachar, Harold
Turk and their wives went fish-
ing at Everglades City .
<1M Pol Adv. by a j
Robert L Cherry, W.U.
Having recently returned from
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Miami Beach B'nai B'rith desires
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"Sg president, an-
|nn Rubin has arranged
fc Mch will feature
iSormancc of her orig-
Knd Get It" 'H"z >how:
Ken will inchi
- of modern dancing.
Eg daughter. Doris, will
U vocal selections.
orchestra will provide
t the dancing that Will
Uons chairmen are Mis.
Lot. 5-0773. and Mrs
|jl07 Tickets are priced
Proceeds of the affair
Lfit the Hon.''.
Maxine Abbe, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Paul
Paetro, 980 W. 48th St., was
born at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital April 19 Eileen Bonnie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Edward Lubin, 2218 Alton rd.,
March 27 Steven Elliot, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Selig-
man, 305 N. W. Second ave..
March 24 .
Marc, son of Mr. and Mra
Morris David Greenberg, 3401
N. W. 23rd ave., March 26 .
Ronal Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Moe Fenster, 610 Eighth
st., March 28 Judith Helene,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Sherman, 344 Ocean dr.,
March 31 .
To Choose Leaders
Election of officers and per-
formance of a one-act play are
on the agenda of the Miami Ha-
dassah group which will meet
Monday afternoon at the Miami Y.
A social hour from 1:30 to 2
p.m. will precede the business
Depicting Hadassah's child wel-
fare work, the play, "They Are
Our Children," by Deborah Ches-
ter, is directed by Mrs. Jack
Stone. Members who will enact
the roles are Mrs. Victor Mell,
Mrs. Harry Minkoff, Mrs. David
Sernaker, Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs.
Ethel Scheff and Mrs. Shirley
The meeting is open to the
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Ber-
tram Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry B. Friedman, former-
ly of the Governor hotel and De-
troit, Mich., will be held 2 p. m.
Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery.
Friends and relatives are asked
to be present.
Id Mrs. Herman W( pman,
\ 13th St., are inviting
i attend lervici 11 Tern-
1 this evening their
pnis, will become Bur
ption in Kaplan hall will
I Hadassah Cites
k-two outstanding Jun-
fcssah memben i eceived
Szold reci gnition pins
fcce Saturday night, Mrs.
pStraaten. advi i r, made
receiving the awards
iDoris Albin. Cl ai lotte
|Gene Bushel!. T y Coo-
eDobrin, Jackie and Ros-
b, Miriam Felt, Natalie
j Frankei Harriet Hart,
tvel. Selma L<
[Beverly H. Judy
lilda Schwartz, Evelyn
b, Joan Siegel, i Sing-
ly Susman, Lui ille Ya-
fcnettc Merchin and Sit
Almost 250 persons filled the
Victor hotel dining room Thurs-
day night to hear Edgar Ansel
Mowrer, ace war correspondent
and lecturer, discuss his experi-
ences and observations in Europe
at the annual dinner meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist District.
Mowrer, recently returned from
'an investigative trip through Enfi-
J land and the Mediterranean area,
[Stressed postwar developments in
I Europe in his talk, "The World
i Today." Zionism, in its interna-
|tional implications, came in for a
.share of attention by Mowrer.
Introduced by Toastmaster Jack
,D. Burris, acting president of the
Beach Zionist, Mowrer highlight-
ed a program which featured se-
lections by Viennese-trained pian-
ist Madame Marianne Kuranda
and vocal renditions by Cantor
Samuel Kelemer, Temple Beth
Isholom, Miami Beach.
Matthew Silverstein headed the
committee in charge of the an-
nual dinner meeting. Aiding him
in planning and preparations of
the event were Isidore Goldberg,
Al Stone, Louis Miller, Alex Van
Straaten, Sam Lockman, Daniel
Broad and Harry Miller.
I Mrs. Harold Turk. 4312
Jm ave., will keep open-
Sunday, April 28. from
HOek, honoring George
I candidate for United
M for Rest
At Sisterhood Affair
Laurence Schwab, producer,
columnist and author, will be
speaker Jf the day at the installa-
tion luncheon to be held by Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood at the Ca-
dillac hotel May 6.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman will in-
stall the new officers and Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet will be mistress
Reservations may be made at
the Temple office or with Mrs.
Stella Hantman or Mrs. Henry
Cohens Have Announced
Tentative plans for a late June
wedding have been made by Miss
Beverly Ruth Cohen and Sidney
Robinowitz, whose engagement is
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Cohen, 1662
S. W. 18th ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High school and at-
tended the University of Miami.
She was graduated from North-
western university as a dental
Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I. Robinowitz, 4530 Alton rd., at-
tended the University of Miami
following his graduation from
Riverside Military academy. He
is a former Army officer.
CLOSES FOR PASSOVER
Through the efforts of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth,
Kiel's bakery remained closed
during tne entire Passover holi-
day, Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
director of the Vaad, announces.
Kananecks To Reside
In New York City
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kananeck
will reside at the Sherry-Nether-
lands hotel in New York early
in May following their honey-
moon at the Roney Plaza hotel
and in Cuba.
The eon pie was married last
week by Rabbi Saul B. Appel-
baum at the Roney.
The bride, the former Mrs. Ruth
Fine Langerman, is a native of
Trenton, N. J,, and made her
home at 1620 Michigan ave. while
living in Miami Beach. Mr.
Kananeck is from Westchester,
Mrs. Nathan Silvorman of
Brooklyn was matron of honor
and Milton Randallman of River-
dale, N. Y, was best man.
NOTICE IS' HKRKIIY OIVEN that
th<> uniloi'HiRned, desiring to engage Ira
IiuhIiii-hh under the fictitious name of
BURFSIDE QUALITY MARKET, at
:'.".:iL' ll.irdliie Avenue, Burffllrte, "-
tends t<> iLRlster said name with tlu
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dailu
Attorney for Applicant.
I 26 ."> J-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAY TERRACE APARTMENTS, at
1996 Bay Drive, Normandy Isle. Miami
Iieach, Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court -if Dade County, Florida.
MAX K. SILVER
Attorney for Applicants.
"Little Orphan Nellie," a take-
off on the old barroom operas,
will be the feature presentation
at the Shclem Lodge B'nai B'rith's
meeting May 14. Local members
of the organization will highlight
the performance by taking lead-
ing roles, with Louis Heiman as
the villain; Jerome Weinkle, the
hero; Sylvia Friedman as "Little
Orphan Nellie." The entire pre-
sentation, it was announced, will
be staged under the direction of
New name or the Young Men's
club of Miami will be announced
at a swim dance to be given at
the Blaek^tone hotel Sunday ev-
ening by the club in conjunction
with the Debbs chapter of B'nai
B'rith Young Women. The affair
is limited to membership of the
Miss Anita Power is president
of the Debbs and Jack Davan
heads the men's group.
Arrangements for the dance are
being made by Mrs. Harold Solo-
mon, Mrs. Seymour Gladstone.
Faye Schindlcr and Howard Le-
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Round Table Protests
Revival of K.K.K.
A protest against attempts to
revive the Ku Klux Klan in Mi-
ami has been issued by the Miami
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
according to A. W. Gottschall,
Florida director of the conference.
The statement attacks the Klan
as representing "a denial of the
freedoms and liberties assured to
Francis M. Miller, chairman of
the Dado County Citizens' com-
mittee, established to get out Un-
vote May 7 on the proposed
countv improvement program, to-
day clarified several questions
that have been raised by voters
with respect to casting then-
"Each of the eight proposed im-
provements can be voted
Elects Mrs. Kogan
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
elected president of the Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood at a
meeting last week. The slate
elected with her includes Mis.
rvinfi Marcus, Mrs. Joseph Fenias
and Mrs. David Phillips, first,
Second and third vice presidents.
Also Mrs. Bert Whitman, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Samuel
Kelemer, corresponding secretary;
separately," Miller explained, iMrs A|i| SolosKO| financial secre-
Sholom Men's Club Meets BETH TACnu
Final meeting for the season
will be held by the Temple Beth
Sholom Men's club 8:15 p. m.
Tuesday .it the Temple with Em-
anuel Goldstrich acting as master
of ceremonies for the stag pro-
Committee reports on boy
scouting, youth activities and the
camera club will be given, Abra-
ham Blatt, president, announces.
Members and their guests are
against religion; it uses misrep-
resentation, discrimination and
hate as instruments to gain po-
litical power and economic ad-
vantage; its activities in our com-
munity will be bad for business,
bad for religion and bad for our
The Round Table concluded its
statement with commendation for
groups which have opposed the
Klan and appealed "to our citi-
zens of all groups and religious
Baum. Morns Berick, Abe Blatt,
"Approval of a project docs not
mean that ground will be broken
the next day to start construc-
tion. On the contrary, construc-
tion will not start until conditions
are most opportune for the public
"Of course, the work at Jack-
son hospital, the proposed chil-
dren's home and juvenile court
building, and expansion of facili-
ties for the elderly at Kendall, I Robinson, Irving Rothman, Ber-
faiths not to unite with this or along with the tuberculosis hos- ard Rudnick, Jack Schaeffer, Leo
pital, should be started as quickly lSteinberg, Simon Wolff and Abe
as possible. IZinnamon.
"Tiie program, as proposed,
Many Cornblum, Arthur Eng-
land, Melvin Class. Charles Gins-
berg, Emanuel Goldstrich, I. C.
And the Ml .-.lames Charlotte
Haas, David Harris, Joseph Hart,
Louis Krensky, Leonard Kimball,
Alfred Mamlet, Norman Maran,
Irving Marcus, Murray Maurer,
Louis Meitus, Harry Miller, Mor-
ns Morris, Robert Nordin. Leo
suits of a recent competitive ex-
amination held by the AATSP at
the University of Miami.
Miss Blumberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg, is
17 years old and a student at the
Miami Senior High school. She is
an officer of one of the local
B'nai B'rith youth groups.
elected president of
congregation o ,JJ
^ installed a, "H y*
Rabbi Moses M l^'
installing ofC Chel" <
Other offjcers to h.
a'-e Harry Wasser *,'
ond vice president-
hard, third vice M*E2f
Genet. ioUrth .f^f
tog Gemt. s
Mario We is,man "J!
Jew, has been awarded^
three annual prizcs "*l
Faculty of Medicine J
similar divisive organizations but
to join botk heads and hearts in
maintaining that freedom and lib-
erty in America for which thou-
sands of American boys died
across the world that men might
be just and fair. America must
be kept safe for differences."
BEACH HOTEL SOLD
really just asks the property own-
ers of Dade county to authorize
and approve these vitally needed
projects now, so that construction
lean be started when best suited
[to meet pi.blic needs and to take
advantage of material prices.''
MISS BLUMBERG WINS
The Raleigh, Collins ave. and
18th st., Miami Beach, one of the
newer ocean-front hotels, was
sold this week for a million dol-
lars to a Boston group, headed by
Samuel A. Rivkind. Leo Eisen-
stein, Miami Beach realtor, to-
gether with W. I. Feuer and
George Feuer, consummated the
Deutsch Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deutsch,
1238 N. W. Second St., invite
their friends to attend the Bar-
Mitzvah of their son, Bernard, at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation on Saturday morning.
May 4th. Refreshments will be i
served following the ceremony. I
Miss Charlotte Blumberg is one
of 18 local students who will re-
ceive mi dais for excellence in
Spanish during a luncheon of the
Southeastern Florida chapter,
American Association of Teachers
of Spanish and Portuguese, at Ed-
ison High School tomorrow.
The awards are based on re-
A Business Man for Yo
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Hem's real opportunity for the young man who wants
a good job with a future. An Army job is a steady job offer-
ing good pay, the highest security, every opportunity for
promotion and a chance to see the world. You get valuable
training in technical skills, good food, clothing, quarters and
medical care free. If you go overseas, you get 20' j extra pay.
You can retire at half pay after 20 years or retire at three-
quarter* pay after 30 y*rs. And you get a 30-day vacation
t full pay every year I Many other advantages not offered
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R. B. GAUTIER,
Return Him to the Job He Did So
Well Before He Entered the Na*f
)t Circle Branch
I H Siegef^cIcctcd ehair:
li of t'e newly organized
P" ,,% Workmen's Circle at
Kt general meeting April
I ., the Miami Y.
T I officers of the new Branch
T? Wemtraub financial
ii- Morris Jacobs, record-
!Saryi David Gross, treas-
l, and George Silver, hos-
I Members of the executive com-
L, L are M. August. A. Aronoff,
Ln M M- Jacobs, S. Kohn,
PS Kohn. Mrs. B. Mott. H.
I, Mrs. J.S.egel and M. Silver-
it Milton Saslaw and Dr.
_Vn Shifrin have been elected
I General meetings will be held
Ivery first and third Thursdays
(each month at the Y.
levine to wed
BTberke in may
A mid-May wedding will unite
|iss Doris LcVine and Dr. Jerom
lerke, D.D.S.. whose engagement
: been announced by her par-
hts Mr. and Mrs. Jacob LeVine,
164 Royal Palm ave., formerly
I Apollo, Pan.
[Dr. Bcrke's parents, Mr. and
|rs. William Berke, of Jamaica,
long Island, will be here for the
[A graduate of Di Land Senior
pgh school. Miss LeVine studied
amatic art. Her fiance recently
i released fmm active duty in
Naval reserve after service
yerseas in Panama and the Phil-
pines, preceding his promotion
lieutenant commander in the
ntal corps. He now has return-
to civilian practice in Miami
(Dr. Berke attended the College
I the City of New York for three
and was graduated from
lorthwestern Dental school in
latter receiving his bachelor's
A VICTORY BOND
din-king off contributions raised in the Tampa, Fla., S.O.S. (Supplies
for Overseas Survivors) collection are Mrs. Joseph Beck Wohl, left, and
Mrs. Jules W. Bragin, right, president of the Tampa section. National
Council of Jewish Women. The nationwide S.O.S. drive plans to raise
20,000,000 additional pounds of relief supplies to supplement J.D.C
program* among Jewish survivors. In Tampa, (he S.O.S. collection raised
5,(MM) pounds of clothing; 4,000 pounds of assorted canned foods; 100
pounds of sugar; 250 pounds of coffee, and urgently-needed medical and
surgical supplies. Participating organizations in the Tampa drive were:
Seniors and Juniors, N.C.J.W.; Senior and Junior Hadassah; Temple
Guild Sisterhood of Schaarai Zedek Temple; Laidea' Auxiliary of Rodnlph
Scholem Synagogue; B'nai B'rith; Y.M.H.A., and the Jewish Welfare
Organization. Shipped to the national S.O.S. receiving center in New
"r~1L*5f uPP,ie* wi" he forwarded oversea* for immediate distribution
by J.D.C representatives stationed throughout Europe. More than 500,-
000 pounds of supplies have already been contributed by Jewish com-
munitie* in more than 344 cities. The J.D.C programs of relief and
rehabilitation for distressed Jews overseas receive their funds in the 1946
100,000,000 campaign of tbe United Jewish Appeal.
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SHEET METAL WORKS
Hava your roof repaired now; you
will sava on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
6C6 Lincoln Rd- Ph.: 6-&809
Pioneer Miami Beach Kosher Butcher
Proudly Announces That the
LEADER KOSHER MARKET
1325 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Is Now Under His Personal Ownership and Direction
Serving the Merchants and Residents of Miami Beach with the
test Quality of Strictly Kosher Meats and Poultry for Many Years
will continue this policy that has made him well known through-
out the area, and deliver the choicest selection of meats and
Poultry to his customers and patrons with excellent and courte-
ous service in his new location.
LEADER KOSHER MARKET
1325 WASHINGTON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
Under the Able and Recognized Supervision
BETH JACOB VAAD HAKASHERUS
Dave Whitman Has No Connection With Any Other
Kosher Market in Miami Beach
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Arlene (Mitzi) Cohn
to Samuel Federman, has been
made by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph S. Cohn, 2042 Sheri-
dan ave., Miami Beach, and Sha-
ker Heights, Ohio. Mr. Federman
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo G.
Federman of University Heights,
A summer wedding is being
Miss Cohn attended the Uni-
versity of Illinois and is now a
student at the University of Mich-
igan where her fiance is also en-
rolled. Mr. Federman attended
the Citadel military college in
South Carolina, before entering
the Army more than three years
ago. He was recently discharged
after serving 18 montlvs in the
To be Installed Wed.
Mrs. Nut L. Williams, president,
and her fellow officers of the
Miami .section, National Council
of Jewish Women, will be install-
ed at noon Wednesday at a lunch-
eon in the Cadillac hotel. Mrs.
Sydney L. Weintraub will be
toastmistress and Mrs. J. Epstein,
Highlights of Council's work
will be depicted in "Living Pic-
tures" to be presented as part of
Reservations, priced at $2.50 per
person, may be made with Mrs.
Jack Janoff. reservations chair-
man, at 58-2124.
Mrs. Morris Alpert is general
chairman of the affair.
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Day Phone 2-3E41
Night Phone 3-4769
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All around reliable middle-aged
Jewish widow, many years in own
business, capable of handling help,
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No undertaking too large. Apt.
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specialist, both as buyer.manager
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Mian.i 18, Florida. Friday, April 26, 1946
NISAN 25, 5706
sumption of dividend, has been
announced by the Pa es in &
,.,,. corporation, following a
rd of director.
it was deeded to pay a
54 00 di.iiend pel share on the
R ert Szold, chairman of the
|, in making the announce-
ment, declared: "We ducon-
tinued dividends at the oatbreaK
of the war because oi the uncer-
tainty of conditions, and because
e felt it prudent to plough back
, arnings. The vitality of the
economic structure of Palestine
A UNANIMOUS REPORT
The Palestine Inquiry commission has completed its report. '"oL^!
The committee wasVowed a 120-day period to conduct its g^^iJffiSto RE-
investigations and present its report and the job has been done ( m ^,und condition."
within the period allotted to it. ^XH^lSSSk
r ration is the largest American
It is disclosed that the report will be unanimous. A compro- business enti rprise in Palestine.
mise agreement has been reached. The question is-who has ,1 WJ^**
/ ... !jn excess of S4.0U0.OOO. iiu cor
done the most yielding? r .,..lS fl,uniicd ,n 1925 by
The American members of the commission have throughout justice Louis D Brandeis, Judge
the hearings shown a greater friendliness to the Jewish side, Jjjj0, :,j ^LZ, B'vv.
and recent reports had it that their differences on this score with and others "to give
the British members had been so great that the American and
British co-chairmen were not on speaking terms.
Apparently the rift has been healed. Differences of such
great degree could only have been ironed out by one of the
sides yielding more than the other. In this case there seems lvr u. jew
to be the hope that it has been the British who have done most __------------------------
of the yieldingor at least, more yielding than the Americans. SHEKEL CAMPAIGN
It is reported that the Zionists will reject the recommendations GAINS MOMENTUM
3f the committee report on the basis that they do not fulfill their '
.. T e. The committees of Zionist or-
demand for setting up of an Independent Jewish State. ganlzations throughout Greater
Certainly, any report to alleviate the existing tensions must Mjami a,"e making door-to-door
, ,, ,.,, ., ,, solicitation to enroll Greater Mi-
:irst of all renounce the White Paper, which in principle freezes am,.s Jew..y s participation in tht.
:he existing state of things and bars any future development of Shekel campaign.
material aid on a strictly busi-
ness basis to productive Pales-
i enterprises, thereby hir-
ing ii i .'' elopment
Hoi) Land and the resettle-
Another essential is the immediate provision for the entrance
:nto Palestine of at least the 100,000 or so Jewish refugees now
in displaced persons camps.
Thirdly, the report must remove the restrictions on the pur-
chase by Jews of land in Palestine. There is no sense of bring-
ing Jews into Palestine ii the land for their sustenance cannot
And fourth, there must be some provision for the continued
orderly development of the Jewish homeland cfter the present
refugee situation is disposed of.
The Shi'kel represents a vote in
the corning World Zionist Con-
gress this summer, open to all
over 18 years, and is a certificate
of citizenship in the Zionist pro-
gram. Members of Zionist or-
gan zation* automatically are en-
titled to h Shekel or vote and
others may participate by pur-
chasing the Shekel at a cost of 50
Zionists throughout the country
are aiming to enroll staggering
numbers to lend weight to the
d( ons made at the 22nd Zion-
Piom : W mens Organizations
These are the minimum requirements. Any report which
offers less than this is surely to send the Palestine situation back 2? '",'' hjvt' announc"l'd th;'1
. ,L l. .t. ww-iw ihni- presidents. Mrs. I. S. Shapoff.
to the position it was when the commi-sson was brought into Mrs M Dorf and Mrs. B. Sicgcl.
being. Any report which has compromised on these points will ar' spi ing the campaign
be uncompromisingly rejected by the Jews. among their women's groups. The
car. May 13.
Othei /'. ni t groups in the area
led to make announce-
a number of activities
designed to attract Shekel pur-
DON'T FAIL THIS CAUSE
Last year we gave money to help fight cancer.
These funds have helped move Florida from a position as ---------
Dne of the most backward states in the field of cancer control CELLIST PLEASES
to a position among the leaders. MUSIC AUDIENCE
They have helped us show people that early cancer can be
:ured ... IS being cured. They have helped us hammer home
over and over again, the tragic truth that, of the more than!'"rn Wednesday eve-
2,000 victims cancer claims in Florida every year 700 ntF '?* !* ^ Ml:,n,i Senior H'eh
NEEDLESSLY. DIE ^JS-^Bjjij.
They have helped us spread from one end of the state to the VnTSSPlZZfl't
other the news that with no more knowledge about the cause
and cure for cancer that medical science has at this moment it
could save at least one-third, possibly as many as half of the
men, women and children cancer kills.
The h rr.etown folks, joined by
1 hundred music lovers,
But the end of the fight is not yet. This year Florida and the
rest of the nation is making its most concerted attack on the
disease. Florida is raising SI32.720, Dcde county's minimum
quota is $30,037. as its share of funds that will finance cacS
education, research and service. The campaign is now S14 000
short of its goal. u
EDUCATION, plus medical treatment, will save the needless
toll the disease is taking today.
RESEARCH eventually will disclose the cause and cure for
SERVICE will assure adequate diagnostic and treatment
facilities in key centers-a Detection Clinic and an Information
Center in Dade county.
More than ever before, the American Career society needs
your generous financial 'assistance. Mail your amtributiai to
American Cancer society, 843 Ingrahcau bfdg., Miami 3?^
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
"For SelfOr Others" will be Rabbi Appelha,,^
sermon topic at Friday evening services, 8:15 p m i.
based on the first chapter of the "Sayings of the FathJ
winch is read between Passover and the Feast 0f 3SS
The Bar Mitzva of Dennis, son of Mr. and M,s Hon!
Wepman. will be celebrated at these services man
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID. 135 N. W
Third Ave., Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDlUi
Friday evening services, 6:30 p. m. Adult Saturn,
morning services, 8:30 a. m. The Bar Mitzva of LpS,
son of Mi. and Mrs. Allan Lang, will be celebrated q ,'
dents' Sabbath services. 10:30 a. in. ea' btu"
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami
RABBI MURRAY ORAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Kabalas Shabbos, 6:15 p. m. Saturday mornina vr
vices, 8:30 a. m. The Bar Mitzvas of Howard, son of Mr
and Mrs. M. Fineman, and Herbert, son of Mr an(j uJ
S. Bcrken. will be celebrated. The two young men will
deliver prayers on the occasion of their Bar Mitzvai and
Rabbi Grauer will respond. Shimshon group 4 n m and
Cantor-Maftir group. 4:30 p. m. at the Talmud Torah
Rabbi Grauer will deliver a discourse on the "Ethics of
the Fathers" at 5:15 p. m. in the synagogue. Shalos Sudos
6:15 p. m.'Bar Mitzva breakfast. 3:30 a. m. Sunday
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Friday evening services. 6:30 p. m. Adult Saturday
morning services. 8:30 a. m. Cantor Louis D. Feder will
chant the blessing of the new month. Intermediate serv-
ices for adolescents, 9 a. m. Junior congregation for boys
and girls of elementary school age, 10 a. m. Shalos Sudos,
6:30 d. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss the "Portion of
the Week." Sunday school. 10 a. m. Dailv school, 5:30 to
i p. m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
CANTOR EMANUEL BARKAN
Friday evening services, 5:45 p. m. At Saturday morn-
ing services. 9 a. m.. Rabbi Lchrman will speak on the
Weekly Portion of the Law." The Bar Mitzvas of Sig-
mund. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lew and Robert M.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay A. Williams, will be celebrated.
Junior congiegation. 10 a. m. Sunday morning sen-ice
...id breakfast for boys and girls over 13 at 0 a. m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chase Ave. at 41st
St., Miami Beach
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
Rabbi Kronish will speak' on "Faith in a Faithless
world" at Friday evening services, 8:15 p. m. Sabbath
services, 10:45 a. m. Saturday. Cantor Kelemer will render
the musical portions at all services. Worshippers are re-
quested to meditate in the Temple during the 15ninute
prelude which precedes each service.
an omdid himself i
masterful performance that
Iht his audience to their feet
everal times in rousing demon-
tration of appreciation.
Doris Reno, Miami Herald music
tfitor termed the performance
*cellen1 and stated. "A more
mus.c.anly interpreter of some of
'he lovhest music in the cello
^Pertoirc would be hard to locate
"t*de of Miami right at this
moment" The cellist was teanSS
w ith a pianist of equallv splendid
haSr,mo!c.COndUCtr f the Phl1'
wi?h h,!an'-?n' ,he art,st "ere
recital was presented as the iiinl
A recept.or, foiling the"..'
Legislature Adopts Law
MONTREAL (JTA)The Que-
bec provincial legislature has
adopted i bill compelling local
school boards to accept Jewish
children as students in the insti-
tutions under their jurisdiction.
The legislation was drafted by
the government following the re-
fusal of the Protestant educa-
tional authorities in Outremont, a
suburb of Montreal, to renew a
I contract under which Jewish chil-
dren in the community were edu-
cated at Protestant schools. The
Outremont school authorities
charged that the Jewish commu-
nity was not contributing suffi-
cient funds to defray the expenses
incurred in educating the Jewish
The problem arose as a result
of the fac* that Quebec, in place
ot the system of public schools
ex.sting elsewhere in Canada, has
separate Protestant and Catholic
Wtems Jewish. children have
Yhe government'bill, wtyen ha*
been hailed by Jewish leaders anil
condemned by the school authon-l
ties, is only a temporary soluuojl
of the problem, however, since M
compels the admittance of Jertlf
children to Outremont to|
only through June 30, 194i.
LA SPEZIA REFUGEES
LA SPEZIA (JTA)The hJI
passengers aboard the *Tw 1
La Spezia have decided to Pj
pone their depa. ture for Pa I
until April 26 Their l
was taken following **f*3
cable from Harold Lask., JJI
man of the British Labor pj.
stating that the British gj|
ment would announce its ^J
within a week Lask. said 'mm
he had met with Foreignawj
tary Bevir. and the latter sho I
great interest'' m the ca J
- Bevir. and the latter ""|
it interest" jnthe eise. m
he cable arifcg u.JZ*m%
of the *mL*ffm
.JY* word thlrV^JSi
viTsel. the '*** H
iWiw t"P ,hjSUM
Ian vessel J
George J. *"<>
Florida Director. ADL
season on bathing
*^V th, Miami Beach
Uncnea "' fmmrw this
MRS. MAHY SHREBNICK. RepreaentotiTe
Bum'"rh-(mb.'r ot Commerce this
KSlSto" Miami Beach"
Z the ranks of aspirants for
fnaSnal crow,, to be deeded
' City later this year.
L n, careers in the entertain-
K25 the one chosen
fij America.'" and the winner
Ely grasps the opportunity
L fame ?nd fortune.
Plot so "Miss America' of 1945.
! upon her selection as 1945 s
Lautv qu*n. Miss Bess Myerson
b she had a responsibility to
Uesent American womanhood.
ELad of succumbing to Holly-
Eli's attractive offers, she chose
0,ravel about the country lectur-
ng on tolwana and mutual un-
Jerstanding amonp people of va-
|ed backgrounds Gifted with
fcarm, Intelligent;, and talent as
fell as rwauty. Miss Myerson has
Mn acclaimed in veteran hos-
[itals schools, auditoriums and
Lurches throughout the country.
[ A recent Hartford, Conn., ap-
L'arance serves to illustrate the
U of talk she delivers. Before
audur.ee of 2000, with the
fcavorand numerous other digni-
ties present, Miss America told
[f her travels through Army hos-
pitals where soldiers of all back-
jounds were hospitalized. "We
bonder why people had to go
fcrough such a tn mendous exper-
Lce to learn to live together,"
"A happy, cheerfully under-
landing person." asserted Miss
Myerson, "has a sense of beauty
lit is priceless. A person who has
J hateful roul can never be beau- I
Hul for hate is a corroding dis- |
Twe which affects everything you
to. It will show up in your work,
[our personality, your appear-
knee. Prejudice is out of date. If
Jou've got any, you'd better get
lid of them. Your returning GI
Tiinks it's cut of date. I've talked
lo hundreds of them."
J At the end of her talk, bedlam
woke locse. The place echoed
Irith whistles, heers and ap-
llause. Children in the audience
p1 toward the stage to touch her
get her to autograph cards,
|rograms, dollar bills, pocket-
ks and other souvenirs. She
(ad to be rescued by the stage
*w. The ovation was tremen-
I Commented Mayor Moylan of
lartford, "She is proving that !
puty can be useful as well as
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of B'nai B'rith youth or-
ganizations, will address members
of B'nai B'rith Sunday evening at
the Hotc.1 Pennsylvania.
First in a series of radio broad-
casts of ihc "Drama of Palestine"
was begun last Sunday morning
under the auspices of the local
ionist organization. Frank B. Ba-
yer is chairman of the radio pro-
gram, Dr. J. C. Bernstein, presi-
dent of the local Zionist district,
announces. The program is heard
every Sunday morning at 10:45
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Gold,
Hammon ave., Palm Beach, after
being released from the service at
Ft. McPherson, Ga. He was over-
seas for 22 months.
The children of Beth El Sunday
school w.re instructed in the
Passover seder Sunday morning
at Sher hall. Rabbi Emanuel
Greenstein was in charge.
Lt. Martin Gold, supply officer
with the coast artillery, is spend-
ing his terminal leave with his
Herman Held has returned after
service with the Marines in Korea
and is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Pearl Held. 729 Penn. st.
FIVE FROM MIAMI
In Savannah this weekend to
attend a Zionist training institute
are representatives of local Zion-
ist youth groups. They are Har-
old G, Shapiro and the Misses
Dorothy Susman, Miriam Feit,
Toby Cooper and Shirley Barnett,
who were selected by the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth commission.
Mrs. George Stone, chairman
of the commission to select camp-
ers for the Brandeis institute in
Winterdale, Pa., this summer, has
asked candidates to make their
applications with her.
Word has been received here of th
death of I^owIh Herman, 42, a former
Miami Bench hotel operator. He died
last Wf'lc in New York and was
buried In 1'htladelphla. HurvlvlriR are
rlM wife [MMlle, 4466 Alton rd.; a
daughter, Mm. Phyllis KeiiHtom and
a Ron, Donald.
Morris EiHenberB, 44, died last
Wednesday at his home, 519 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach. He came here
four years ago from New York city
and was a member of the Interna-
tional Workers Order and of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation.
Services were held In l'almer Funeral
Chapel with Rabbi Murray Grauer and
Cantor Maurice Mamches officiating.
Burial win In Mt. Sinai cemetery.
Chaplain Cederbaum, who serv-
ed in the Pacific, was guest speak-
er at the Zionist meeting Thurs-
AJC Women to Honor
Mrs. S. H. Leslie, retiring pres-
ident, will be honored by the wo-
men of the American Jewish Con-
gress at a reception 2 p. m. Mon-
day, May 20, at the Miami
Reservations for the affair may
be made by phoning Mrs. Philip
Salmon, 5-5282; Mrs. Max Maisel,
5-7253, or Mrs. Rose Firestone,
Hotel Guests Give
Contribution To UJA
A check for $350 has been for-
warded lo the United Jewish Ap-
peal by the Kenmore hotel, whose
guests made the contribution at
the second seder held at the hotel
last week, David Koch, owner
and manager of the hotel, an-
One of the guests at seder was
Chaplain Meyer J. Goldman who
had just returned from a year
and a half of service in the Pkrro-
pean theatre. During the dinner
he related his experiences and
work with the Jewish displaced
persons in Germany.
Chaplain Goldman emphasized
the DP's early dreams, frustra-
tions, disillusionment and renew-
ed hope of finding a home in Pal-
Samuel Aks of Norfolk, Va.,
made the appeal for the UJA.
Adult Hebrew Course
To Begin Monday
An adult course in Hebrew and
Jewish customs will be opened at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation Talmud Torah, 1545
S. W. Third St., Monday evening
at 8 p. m.
The course is being offered by
the MJOC in conjunction with the
Miami Y. Rabbi Murray Grauer
will be tbe instructor.
College text books and meth-
ods will be used. The course is
open to the public.
Emanon Club to Hold
Monthly Dance Sunday
Second in its series of "last
Sunday of the month" dances
will be hf'd by the Emanon club
at the Miami Y at 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day. Tho music of Sherwood
Lavine's orchestra will be fea-
tured. Refreshments will be
Admission is 50 cents for Y
members and 75 cents for non-
A Meiaveh Malke will follow
the regular monthly meeting of
the Men's and Women's divisions
of Mizrachi, to be held Saturday
night at the Beth Jacob commu-
CPA Building Approval
Funds raised during services at
CVmgregation Beth Tfilah Tues-
day 'have made it possible to begin
construction of the new syna-
gogue 'building on Miami Beach
as scon at the Civilian Produc-
tion administration gives it ap-
proval Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
The building, which the Chas-
sidic group plans to erect, will be
located at Euclid ^ve. between
Ninth and Tenth struts and will
have seating accommodations for
fLANS CARD PARTY
A card and man jongg party
pi be Held by the Miami Jew-
P Orthodox Congregation Sis-
phood 3 p. m. Tuesday evening
'the Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W.
[Chairmen of the event are Mrs.
PR. WILLIAM H. IVER
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| N. Announces the opening of
h" ice tor the practice of
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Born and Retired in Florida
Four Years a Member of State Board of Health
(I'd. Pol. Adv. by a Prfcnd)
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ADL Leaders to Report
On Subversive Groups
Reports on subversive organi-
bations and individuals will be
discussed at a meeting of the
Anti-Detamation league executive
committee, to be held 3:30 p. m.
today in the ADL office.
Sidney Meyer, acting chairman,
has called the session.
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To Reside Here
A trip to New York followed
the wedding of Mrs. Clara Mandy
and Sherman S. Luban, which
was performed by Rabbi Leon
Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom
Tuesday evening I < i mbers
of the couple's families. An-
nouncement of the man:.
made by t! i br de's | arents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Mannheimer, li'54
Mr. Luban. a graduate of Car-
lisle Law school m Pennsylvania.
is th. >u i :' Mrs. S. Luban, 1512
Mr. and Mrs. Luban will make
their hom h n when they return
from their honeymoon.
To Be Luncheon Speaker
Paul G. Hyman, district en-
forcement attorney of the Office
of Price Administration, will be
guest spes ker at the first luncheon
meeting of the newly-formed
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Luncheon Club at 12:15 p.m.. on
Friday, Amli 26. at the Down-
town club, Seybold building ar-
This talk is one of a series be-
ing spon ored by the B'nai I
Luni I committee head, d by
Burnett Roth. Members of B'nai
B'rith ai.d their guests arc in-
vited to attend th.se lunch on
E. Albi :t Pallot, |
dent of Sholem lodge, announced.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.
the committee, in
A m i I ".'
. rs of the deal
\v ni at S S
Composed of al I TEP
in tl p will carrj
Universil an I
e not yel
Jewish Liturgical Society
CINCl INAT1 (JTA)A nation-
al society for Jewish litui
music edi shortlyi
it was I at a rec< nt meet
ing of a numb* r of leading rabbis.
at the Jew-
ish W< II re b ird. Th< organiza-
ivth of a n
.!, A-isl .'. Music institute
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prague, Warsaw, Cairo. Jeru-
Beirut, Demascu., Bagh-
dad and Riyad, studying the
problems of the Jews of Lurope
both m and out of displaced per-
sons camps and in the Middle
East, and the problems of I ales-
"rhe New York Tinu>s said
Tuesday in a dispatch from Lon-
don that the committee recom-
mended that 100.000 Jews be ad-
mitted to Palestine as quickly as
It added that the committee did
not recommend the form that any
future Palestine state should take.
The Times said that "on the
basis of what is known of the re-
s to be a fairly com-
plete repudiation of the British
White Paper of 1939."
-The report was believed to
recommend the end of the policy
oi restricting Jewish land pur-
::: Pali stini. although safe-
guarding some Arab interests
particularly in the Arab sections
of the Holy Land."
The said the American
members of the committee had
held out strongly from the begin-
ning for granting the request of
the Jewish agency for immediate
admission of 100,000 Jews to Pal-
estine. Agreement of the British
members was described as "a ma-
jor surprise and accomplishment."
It added that the U. S. army, in
whose zone in Germany it esti-
mated there are about 60,000 Jew-
ish displaced persons, would help
in the movement. Brig. Gen.
Stanley R. Michelson, head of the
U. S. army's displaced persons
operation in Germany, was said
to have told the committee that
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IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH, THESE VETERANS SPEAK ..
In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this
war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regardI to
service men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL
RECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration.
CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave
the enlisted personnel of the armed forces $50 a month.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents of
men and women in the armed forces.
PAT CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and infant care for the
wives and babies of enlisted men.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men
and women to carry them through the period of readjustment following the
end of the war.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for the administration bill giving men and
women of the armed forces the right to vote.
pat SJ2E22 WO,ikef and vo,ed ,or ,he American Legion'. GI Bill of Righto.
. I urV. wo^ed and voted for the bul which increased monthly penrioM
Mrcunv&S m,d to widows md chUd-
v*la^ Wrked aDd VO,ed ,or leased pensions to World War
ofL0^^.011 *advoca,e *~* *won,n
825^^^"-' *-' *
MlR Vaelme8,ig^dIand l**d over 500 individual veteran,
and new ones are SLL* SS?- !** ca *""
casU wTuT^e SlSrSSS^ Proce*^ over 500 individual veteran.
Plete reUef in 63'/ ST Admmiatra*>n. and obtained either partial or M
and neweot6art &3, *~ *** '*" "
WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON
^^I^M| pa. political Aav_
,.Jacobson has been
F of the Maml Y
K Membership drive
E mart of May, according
^nicmcnt made thi,
L for membership will be
oparents and children who
.^facilities but art- not
hrS) to previous members
other non-members. A
prospects is now being
H TO FETE SON
land IfrTitaiph Lang an-
', ,ne Bar Mitzva of their
' lie to be held at Beth
[congregation at 9 a.m.
L Rabbi Max Shapiro
|nd Mis. Lane will be hosts
open house honoring their
inuav from 4 p.m. at their
"IS. W. 11th ave.
atown Club To Meet
ew series of B'nai B'rith
Club luncheons will be
,ted today at 12:15 p. m.
Paul J. O'Connor will ad-
reekly luncheons are held
u-ntown club in the Sey-
rtfde. Burnett Roth is
i Home Auxiliary
; of the Miami Women's
'to the Jewish Home for
fced will be (lected at a
! at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the
Zedek Talmud Torah,
| W. Third st., according to
I Zalis, president.
Isidor Cohen, chairman of
ninating committee, will
I the slate from which of-
fer the coming year will
Hope and Courage
iabbi Abraham A.
'Abraham Book Fund
I South Ferry Street
Albany 2, N. Y.
E .. Tl>^ '"cinating to
."I""' """ closer to
I2S-* ""'ronting the new.
Li iX n"uS1astic de-
l,!*jyMn,t put ii down
foundout i i Katka
In \i' '
I ',.. J author.
[** B'9- D.trolt
IN THE MAIL BOX .
An Open Letter to
The Jewish Floridian.
Dear Mr. Shochet:
I have read with keen interest
the open letter of one of the
spiritual leaders of our commu-
nity and your editorial comment
upon it in the last issue of The
I heartily concur in condemn-
ing the public violation of relig-
ious practices on the part of Jew-
ish organizations in our commu-
nity. No matter what the ap-
proach of individuals or leaders
within a Jewish organization to
religious practice, out of respect
to the beliefs of their fellow mem-
bers, and out of a sense of Jewish
dignity, the organization as such
should abide by traditional re-
The letter writer, however, is
inconsistent and short-sighted in
his suggested solution. The resig-
nation of a chaplain of a Jewish
military organization, or of any
leading spirit in any Jewish or-
ganization will not remedy the
situation. The letter writer, I
know, is an observer of the tra-
ditional Kashruth requirements.
Yet he has not resigned from
active membership and participa-
tion in the Miami Zionist organi-
zation which for the second time
is conducting a dinner in a non-
kosher restaurant. Nor has he
resigned from active participation
in the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration despite the fact that it
has repeatedly held non-kosher
lunches and dinners.
Surely, he decries these viola-
tions and similar ones by other
local Jewish organizations. But
I suppose he realizes that his
resignation in protest will not
I remedy this general evil of dis-
| regard of tin- religious scruples of
I certain members.
I He recalls that the Greater
| Miami Rabbinical association has
i officially made its request of all
Jewish organizations not to pub-
licly violate the Sabbath and
kashruth laws. He must know
that at least one Rabbi's wife has
constantly fought for the observ-
ance of those laws in local Jewish
women's organizations, with some
slight success only because she
remains within the organization.
Not through hasty action nor
through pontifie pronouncements
can the situation be remedied.
Each spiritual leader must work
without rancor within the organi-
zation to pain the support of the
religiously minded members, to
awaken their religious conscious-
ness, and to seek the respect of
non-observant members towards
the tenets of their own brothers.
I agree with the editorial on the
need of consistency on the part
of spiritual leaders. I go further:
It is high time that our laymen
realized that it is not only for
spiritual leaders to be observant
and consistent. Spiritual leaders
are not high priests, apart from
the community. It is not for them
alone to set the community
.straight. This is the task of every
'Jew. Consistency should be the
aim of every adherent of Juda-
ism. If our laymen will be ready
jto follow our spiritual leaders
these will be better able to lead.
Not sporadic criticism and fault
.finding, but persistence and con-
sistency can bring a lasting solu-
tion to the problem of Chillul
kodesh in our community.
RABBI M. MESCHELOFF
HOUSING FOR VETS
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HEBREW BOOK STORE
214 4th St., Miami Beach
Between Collins and
Hebrew BooksAll Religious
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and CABANA CLUB
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FOR SIX PERSONS
To November 1. 1946
Immediate needs of veterans
specially housingare being
handled by the Veterans' com-
mittee of B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge, according to Dan Satin,
chairman, who is himself a vet-
eran of World War II.
Designed to assist ex-service-
men with their rehabilitation
problems, the committee is pres-
ently concentrating on finding
accommodations for homeless vet-
erans and their families. It has
already placed several applicants,
With the Elks Veterans' Affairs
committee, the B'nai B'rith com-
mittee maintains a list of mem-
bers who can provide room for
veterans. Satin's committee also
is negotiating with manufacturer^
of low priced homes.
Veterans' needs are brought to
the attention of the lodge by the
American Legion, Jewish War
Veterans, American Veterans'
committee, the Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans and similar organi-
Elry Stone, veteran of both
World Wars, is co-chairman of
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M I A M I BEACH
SOVIET REDUCES DUTY
ON USED CLOTHING
Used clothing may now be sent
to the U. S. S. R. with the Soviet
duty and other charges prepaid by
the sender here in the United
States. The Soviet authorities arc
also allowing a 20 per cent re-
duction in the current rate of dut>
for all econd-hand wearing ap-
This clothing must be in good
condition and must be accom-
panied by a Board of Health cer-
tificate showing that it has been
All merchandise should be sent
to World Tourists. Inc.. 1123
Broadway. New York 10. for ship-
ment to the U. S. S. R.
Navy Officer to Teach.
Run Summer Camp
Returned from active duty with
the U. S. naval reserve as a senior
grade lieutenant, Herbert Silver.
950 Jefferson avc. has ac
a leaching post with South Beach
In addition, he announces ac-
quisition of Camp Osceola foi
in Hendersonville. N l" .
. nd lus wife, Belle
Sil g< I Silver, also well known in
teaching circles, will operate
this season, from July 2 thi
Beach Lecion Post
Names Edward Platkin
Now officers of Miami Beach
post 85, American Legion, will De
installed at the state Legion con-
clave in West Palm Beach Ma>
15 to 18- ,.,..
Officers for the coming yeai
are Edward Platkin, commander;
Hvlan Kout, first vice command-
er; Lawrence Hoffman, second
vice commander; Louis J. Auer-
bach. finance officer; Pan Roth,
chaplain; Herman Glasser, His-
torian; George Michaels, sergeant
at arms. .
Fleeted to the executive board
were Dr. Jesse V. Conn, Row and
Evans, Oscar Fleisher William
Krausse, Carl Siegel, Arthur Ol-
den. Victor Silverman.
On the board of trustees are
Dr. Maurice Klein, chaii
Harry Cooper, Howard Gli
Phil Schneider and S. Barr Ber-
Former OPA Attorney
Opens Beach Office
S,gma and l>Ua S.gma Rho hon- [Of* appointment |or the south-
ulwden testimonial in eomjj
tition among the Bi Jfjje
eKes Hi? essay on world peaa
wShim the New History soc.e;
ty-s first prize in its national col
legiate competition. .
r to coming to Miami Beach,
Kimball placed law m Pittt-
burgh. in 1945 he received the
Former chief food
attorney for OPA. Leonard
ball has opened law offii
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NEW MSL ACTIVITIES
TO START MONDAY
Fust meeting of the Miami Ser-
\ ice league's rumba class will be
held Monday at the Miami Y,
when veterans and their wives
will be feted. The MSL will also
hold its regular meeting that
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the uii(leril(?ned, desiring i" engage In
. miller ihr fictitious name of
KICIUB'S PHARMACY, m 4^Bi> N. W.
,,1, \1, Miami, Florida, Intend to
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Attorni s for Applicant.
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neae u,:,. MV.' n,
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Michigan, ho received his bache-1 av
lor's degrei i 1933 and his 1
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becamt affiliated with Phi Eta
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
\ iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
r. W. PESXEY and DAISY PEXNE\.
.. Ife, hold, is ,-.~ a Hlnni
S nil Miami Tax CertII tei N
'.'.-. a. 11 19 17, have flli d
nalil ,.! it... in inj office, and
h .\ made application foi I i \ deed
i-, ., tner< In accordni i with
Inw -'..I Ceil en e the
. : luated
In Pade i F In I '> II
l^oi IT, Block wi He I Lar-
plat Page 1 ". In the
of S : Ml County of I 'ade,
Sta'te of Fl Ida mbi A<
-- -a .i- In the name ot Ted
i. | it Bio. h 5, Ti ilte of Lar-
klns. Plat Book 2, Page 103. In the
CHs ol South Miami, Count} ot Dade,
f i rai ed in i'.i-
\ The as- samenl !
said property under the mi Id Certil
. ; waa in i''- I... 'i'.' of T. .1
Id Ci tlfl shall bi
v, tax deed
will Ispue Ihereoi on I he I it day .'
\ D 1946
l Mted this 87th day ol March, A. D
E B LEATHERMAN.
. i in r urt. Dade
i "..-;i ty, Floi Ida
V. C 8TERRETT. D.C
i < Court Real)
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Free F.stimates Given
BY BEST MECHANICS
I. D. Gilbrecrth Paint Co.
537 S. W. 12th AVENUE
|n, : jij i>url p.idi '
HARRY ZCKERXICK, E| .
V ttorti, '
\. iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
...... lo i narad" In
. ... ,. :,...,,
HAN'S MARKI .N.I.
M i nd to
with the Cli '
..,,-;. f Dade Ci unty,
,'l"'"';' WXUEL SHERMAN.
I '. '1..-17
34L'--LM N."w I'
Florida, and int',1^"1
the Clerk ofthecTreuk
NOTICE is HERB
the undeisigned, dWrhis
bualneaa in i.. ,h,. f,,*.;0"-
THE TAMIAMI rtSStSI
County. Florida. Uurt
420 Lincoln Road8*
M TICi: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enxnge In
buxlneaa under the fictitious name of
FERGUSON AND WRIGHT, at lu7
N i: :>-t am-, Bulte :'L"*. Miami, Ha.,
ntend t" leglater aald name with tho
. h of the circuit Court of Dade
PAUL n. WRIGHT
WALTER K. RODDA
WILLIAM It BLA1R
WILLIAM :. PALLOT,
Attorney fr.r Petitioner.
i^M Congreaa liliig
i 12 19-26 .V3-10
None; IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i In- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
IIERXI HOTEL, at :4 lliscnyne
RouU.vard, Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court <>f Dade County
i iTTO B. nSCHER. JR..
VIOLA K. FISCHER.
Attorney for Applicants.
I 12-19-24 j/a-io
Attoi ni i foi
NOTICE IS HEREBY
Jhp, ,""1' ''-Inns to,
In l.usiii.-, undei the tirUthV
Of CLEMENT CARPET ^S
at 2294-96 .-' VV. Mh Street,]
., EDITH PELDMAS
NOTICK ;- I!
the iiii.l. desiring to
bush..... the (lotitioa..
JERSEY Fin I) CENTER, at 1
llns A\. Miami Beach, FU,(
to reg I name with tit
of the Cln i C in ol Did(
MILTON \ FRIEDMAN,
Attorni v for Applicant.
NOTICE IS HI HI BY GIVEN thai
th, .;....!. in cm ige I"
I ess ui del i name of
\|T|i. I. CIGARETTE .^ CIGAR
MACHINES Mi Strei t. Miami
... i--| i lnt< nds reg tei said
n-ii| Clerk ol the .
Court of Hade C F Ida
I! VIMIAKOL QUIXTANO
MILTON A FRIEDMAN,
At tun Applicant
i 12-19 26 ^_____^___
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,1 it, |ng i" engagi In
iies under the flctll
FLORIDA BUSINESS 8ERVIC1 at
; \ i: -, i Vvenui Miami, Fla.,
nti i rei name with the
.f the CI lilt ( irl .f 1 lade
i 19-26 3/2
SOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
lesli i gage in
Mines* ui Ihi i is na me of
THE TIET/.E ASSOCIATES at "'
- E Isl Stl et, Miami. Fla Il II
tlstei na nami with th< Clerk
' circuit Court of Dade C
EDW \r.T> T1ETEE,
EDITH M TII:T7.i:.
I LEON K.ViM.AN.
Vttnn foi \- ; II anta
I 12-19 .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring to ci gage |n
. iler the fictitious name of
- : ; Washington Avenue,
Bead PI i Int< i 'Is lo register
aid nai the Clerk of the Ch -
ourt I I .i! i "ounty, Florida.
- K VPLAX
Mi Vnpll mt,
I WANT MY MILK
IN THE i". "URT 'F THE I
JUDGE, STATE OF FLORIDA,
DADE CI UNTY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
Estati f BEATRICE Ri
STOCK (WNEXHAI'M I ly BE-
ATRICE ROSENSTOCK. I.....
Notice It hereby i......I havi
filed my filial i ....
>.f the r-^:i,t,. f BEATRICE ROSEN-
STOCK TANENRACM BE-
ATRICE ROSENSTOCK d<
thai I have flli il y pel linn 1
rlisehnrgi ni .1 thai "n Ihe Utl
..f May, 1944, 1 will npi (hi Hon-
orable W K I
' i. || Flnrl
of Mil I final reporl nd for final dis-
charge a< idmii i il
This !'.!, ,|... .,' \... | .,l|
CHARLES M. TANENRAVM.
WILLIAM I. PALIjOT,
Attorney for Petli
1214 i'onirps Hide
I 12-19-26 :. 3
And Be 8ure It's
Vitamin "D" Milk
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
$300 N. W. 82nd Stxaat
NOTICE !S HEREBY GIVEN tl at
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
under Ihe fictitious name <.r
i'AMKm PHARMACY, at 111.-. Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Intend to legister said name with th<
flerk f the Circuit Court ol Dadi
_____ MOI.t.if EHRLICH
MYERP R- HBIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unnVrsiRned ;ire elicited In hiii-
ness under the f|.-tiilouS name of
MIKAL'S RADIO Slinr a- 81? V
Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida and
intend to register the said flrt'Mo.,,.
name In the office of the Clerk of ihi.
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
GEORGE CHKTKr.r-SO" W",r*
Attornrv for. AppV.cactf
J/29 4 5-12-19-*! "
123S Washinflton A.
THO. M. BURN*, *H.
AE EISENBERO. Treasurer
Jn Hw York:
76th St. and Amsterdam Are.
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THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
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PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE
*.......,.-- rLrj1 -_., -....
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
of a pro-
ffSwhen as yet
If atrociously by certain to-
' nations, in insuper-
KSsur and with a hatred
'"^which history neve,
'Spires legitimately to
JTa fatherland specifically
!M They desire that this
k Meslin. and we consider
J desire highly ,ust .We
ourselves, therefore, to the
Jnl along which at present
m all the world democracies
(a,or of these longings. .
1 the Republic is restored
Spain this will be a problem
Z we shall have lo solve.
filling the imperative com-
,d 0f our duty: to do justice
lhe Jewish people and to
,,w even tighter the bonds of
endship that unite us with
[ separditas ... The govern-
>nt over which I have the
,'nor of presiding so does
imise and so shall fulfill."
ie statement ned by Dr.
Giral. prii ter of the
lish Republ i "--11 < > .
Giral in thi tatement
sscs the fundan enlal kinship
-n the Jewisl people and
im>h people He made this
awncement afti reading Mr.
jraham Friedi i book, "Tow-
tAReapproa menl Between
Hebraic and Worlds."
ungratulation Dr. I. M.
pwupw *S* ipv inn
bbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
By PHINEAS J. BIROH
our country. He is flying directly
from Moscow to Washington.
WHO IS SPRINGER? .
The Anti-Defamation league has
the goods on Rev. Springer. Here
is the report of the ADL on the
... -. man wn" looms as the Protestant
of medicine at McGill university, I Futht,r rjoughlin: "The Rev. Har-
Montreal, Canada ... His research j vey W. (Cowboy) Springer of
work of 15 years on the use of a Englewood, Colorado, has found
special diet for diabetics is being 'hat Pi,vs off- This is evident in
^ "*->>"> ssumaa'sai
Dr. Rabmowitch treated 5,000 for Ul(. erection of a S28.000 print-
persons in the course of his re- j ing plant for the publishing of
search ... Dr. Adolph M. Koch, [the evengelist's inflammatory
founder and president of the Es- 'nafiazint-, -Western Voice."
sex College of Medicine and' Springer, long a thorn in the
Surgery, is under heavy attack side 0f progressive civic and re-
by a group who would like to hgious leaders of Denver, features
upset the college's policy of "no j articles by Gerald L. K. Smith,
quota and no discrimination" .! Gald Winrod, Mrs. Elizabeth
Max Band's famous painting "The 'Dilling and other admirers of
Last Defender of the Warsaw Hitler's racial program. Typical
Ghetto," was purchased by Mrs. *^e sensationalism purveyed by
Rosenwald-Levy, daughter of Ju- : Springer are two of his latest
lius Roscr.wald Deborah Pes- (ronl Pafi stones"Hollywood's
sin wrote the best story book for R;,ni" of America" and "The Most
Jewish children. It is called | Terrible War Ahead."
Springer himself is a vitriolic
writer who contributes regularly
to Winrod's "Defender Magazine."
The cowboy evangelist has writ-
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tad for your convenience
Morris Broth- r's New Ap-
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70 E. Flarler St.. Miami
- According to the beat
authorities, the mini,
mum daily A, D and a
Complex Vitamin |M
quinmentsof the aver-4
asp person are: a
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ten numerous pamphlets attack-
ing various groups, including the
Federal Council of Churchesthe
latter piece winning praise from
Chicago's Liz Dilling as a work
done "with a pen dipped in
The Denver hatemonger is not
recognized by other Baptist
churches of his area, yet his tab-
ernacle is always filled and his
collection plates are seldom
empty. Recently Springer jour-
neyed to Puerto Rico with Winrod
to establish a Spanish speaking
seminary which will purvey their
own bland of religious hatred to
L. Segelman, 311 Ross st., Pitts-
burgh. "] have just finished read-
ing your article 'Can You Stop
This' in your column of March 15.
I think you and Captain Saffran
suffer frmon a shrdluenuenunu
suffer from an inferiority com-
plex and go around with chips on
your respective shoulders .
Most Jews I know get a kick out
of the Jewish stories on the pro-
gram 'Can You Top This' and like
1894 S. W. 8th Street
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Try Our Delicious Chocolate
A. PAPIER, Prop.
"Aleph Bet Story Book" and is
beautifully illustrated by Howard
Simon The Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America is the
publisher Alfred Fleishman
may be a candidate for the na-
tional command job of the Jewish
War Veterans next February .
The rank and file blame National
Commander Maxwell Cohen for
Fleishman's quitting the JWV .
By the time you read this, Ilya
Ehrcnbourg, famous Russian-Jew-
ish journalist, will be a visitor in
We Sore Yon Moner
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n N. K. sri> ST.
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Pd. Political Adv.
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SISTERHOOD TO ELECT,
A social evening for the Sister-
hood and congregation members
will be held by the Beth David
Sisterhood Sunday, May 26, at
the Talmud Torah. Mrs. Norman
Jacobs has been named chairman
of the affair, which is a new proj-
ect of the Sisterhood.
Election of Sisterhood officers
will be held May 15 when the
nominating committee, headed by
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, will pre-
sent a slate of officers. Assisting
Mrs. Markowitz are Mrs. I. Fein,
Mrs. Edward Safer, Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer and Mrs. Sam Weissel.
The May elections are author-
ized by a change in by-laws
passed by the Sisterhood April 18.
Final Meeting Planned
Final congregation meeting of
the season will be held at Beth
David Wednesday evening at 8
p. m. Further plans for the syna-
gogue expansion program will be
discussed. Harry Simon will pre-
TRI BETA TO CHOOSE
MISS, MR. Y AT DANCE
"Swim and sway on Saturday"
is the slogan of members of Tri
Beta council of the Miami V.
sponsors of a swim dance to 1"'
held at tha Venetian pools 7 p. m.
Saturday. May 18.
Climax of the evening will be
the crowning of "Miss and Mr. Y
Tickets, which are 50 cents,
may be purchased from any Tri
Beta, according to Miss Harriet
R. Rand, dance chairman.
Young People Invited
The Betr- Sholom Fratority wel-
comes all young people, 18 years
of age oi over, to attend its week-
ly Sunday evening dances which
are held at Temple Beth Sholom
at 8:30 p. m.
Refreshments arc served and a
program of entertainment is plan-
ned for each dance. Non-members
are chaiged 25 cents admission.
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Hebrew School Group
To Hold Boat Ride
Arrangements for a boat ride
and a membership social were
made by directors of the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior Con-
gregation at a board meeting
Tues.lay evening in the home oi
Mrs. Sarah Stone.
The boat ride, to he held ..board
the Show Boat on May 5, will
feature dancing, games and n
freshmonts. Accommodations are
limited to 20(1 people, and n i
cations may be made with Mrs.
E. A. Moss, chairman, at 2-7115.
Entertainment a n d speakers
will highlight the membership
SOCial which Will be open t
public at H::i(> p m. Tuesday, May
14. at thi Biscayne Temple. 120
X. W. 15th ave. Information re
garding the affair may be ob-
tained by calling Mis. Morris Of-
sowitz, chairman, at 2-2!(l'.
Ri gular meeting of the group
GANNES TO DISCUSS
The life and literary work of
threat Yiddish writer, Mendete
IteCr S'forim, will be discussed
hv A P. Gannes, director <>t t'>-
Bureau of Jewish Education, at
the Spinoza Forum, 3:30 P..
Sat..:.lay, at 1059 Collins ave
Morns Rosenbloom and Dr.
Singley will address the Forum
at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Denver Home Group
To Install Officers
Annual installation of officers
f the Greati i Miami chapti r,
National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren at Denver, will be held Tues-
day. May 7, at the President
Madison but. 1.
Mis. Ben Hertz, national trustee
of Hi, H ne, will conduct thi in-
stallation following the luncheon.
NAMES MRS. WALSEY
Mrs. Ira Cole Walsey was nomi-
nated president at a recent meet-
ing ,,f the Miami Beach Jewish
Named with her were Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, first vice president;
Mrs. Raymond Rubin, second vice
president; Mrs. Arthur Klein,
third vice president; Mrs. Benja-
min Kohn, linancial secretary;
Mrs. Seymour Rubin, recording
secretary; Mrs. George Goldberg,
treasurer; Mrs. William Feuer and
Mis. Jack Falk, corresponding
Elections of officers will be held
late in May-
will be held Wednesday, May l.
it 8:30 p.m. at the Biscayne
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A WORD OF TRIBUTE
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances:
It is with considerable pleasure that I take thu
opportunity to publicly announce my support to
GEORGE S. OKELL
a candidate for re-election for the State Legislature,
Group 1. As you are fully aware, the election ii
Tuesday. May 7th. This is not too far off audit"
important that you keep in mind that you must vote
in order to protect our democ
racy. When you vote you must
vote for the right people to *
sure and protect everything
that is honest, good and tor tne
benefit of ALL the people. I
have known George Okell for
a long time. He is an *
iremely intelligent and capable
lawyer and legislator. He
always calm and conservative
in hisI attitude and is therefore
in a portion to give thought
consideration to all &**"
that will come before the legislature. He is WBJJ
kind and considerate and has many tones p
tremendous effort on Jbehalf of our residents. ^
assisted them through much red-tape in C0*T ^i
contact with relatives of people on the other s fe
through his contacts has been able to do nw
them. _j the
George Okell deserves your 8UPPrt. good
support of aU of our friends. He has man. ^
record in the first term and I know he wui a
and bigger things in the coming Yearf" ^gd in
It has been a rare occasion that 1 have i(
politics. This is one of the occasions when ^
my dutynot for the benefit of George u ^
the benefit of all our citizens whom he W" ^
representto urge you one and all to vo
paign for and support
GEORGE S. OKEI*
FOR RE-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATURE
(Group 1) .