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The Jewish Floridian ( May 10, 1946 )

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tewiyb-JHIiDipidliiaun 7?^&^THE JEWISH UNITY THE JEWISH WEEKLY 19-NU MBER 18_ J Drive to Aid >stine Medical School e is to have its first medical school, non-sectarian in odern in buildings and equipment, according to Dr. jodman. who has just become chairman of a local camsupport the establishment of the school. )dman said the drive will be part of a nation-wide to raise S4,000,000 for building the school and mainfor the first five years. The school, to be operated iqh standards that prevail in the best American medical will be affiliated with the Hebrew university and the l-Hadassah University Medical center on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem. A campaign dinner is to be held in the near future, Dr. Goodman reported yesterday. At the first luncheon of the campaign committee May 2, sponsors pres'• ent were Rabbi Jacob Kaplan, -"??*f| I Rabbi Max Shapiro, Dr. Goodman, Mis. Harry Rubin, Mrs. Louis Giosser, Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, Alex Van Straaten, Dr. I (Vlexander Kushner, I. S. Shapoff, William Taradash, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Leo Robinson, Dr. M. Zimmerman, Harry Simonhoff, Samuel Lachman, Mitchell Wolfson, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goodman, Daniel Berliner, William Singer, Joe Stein, Ned Sail, Morris Klass, Nathan Hlasser, Dr. Jandon Schwarz and Oscar Lelchuk. Dr. Goodman is chairman of the executive committee which includes Mrs. Dobrin, Mr. Klass, Dr. Schwarz, Mr. Van Straatep, Mr. Simonhoff and Mr. Wolfson. Medical men are urgently needed in Palestine and throughout the Middle East, Dr. Goodman declared, because that area is threatened with a shortage of doctors. "During the 1930's," he said, "Jewish physicians went to Palestine from Europe, but that source of supply is cut off. Only a remnant is left of the approximately 15,000 Jewish doctors in former Nazi territories; in Poland, for instance, one hundred have survived out of the pre-war total of 3,700 Jewish doctors. The sub(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY in IQAR P RICE TEN CENTS Attlee Attaches Conditions To Palestine Immigration I plans for the medical buiit in Palestine is Goodman, chairman kl campaign to aid the I and vice president of ps. Department store, I ticed medicine % k 10 years prior i to Miami Beach. A New Yi i k university I : '-• he was ath at Bellevue nnts division of the nber of Commerce, a I the Dade county coFid planning committal trust,,. ,,f Miami is active in YMHA, B'nai B'rith and LONDON (JTA)— Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee told the House of Commons this week that the British government will make the execution of the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine dependent on American financial and military cooperation, and on the disbandment of "illegal armies" in Palestine and the surrender of their arms. The Prime Minister also emphasized that the practical difficulties involved in the immediate absorption in Palestine of the 100,000 Jews from Europe "would obviously be very great." He said that the British government j will consult with the government of the United States "as soon as possible." "The report must be considered j as a whole, in all its implications," Attlee declared. "Its execution would entail very heavy, immediate and Jong-term commitments. The British government wishes to be satisfkd that they will not be called upon to implement a policy which would involve them singlehanded in such commitments, and in the course of a joint examination they wish to ascertain to what extent the government of the United States will be prepared to share the resulting additional military and financial responsibilities. "The report," he continued, •recognizes that 100.000 certificates for admission of Jews to Palestine should be authorized immediately and awarded so far as possible in 1946 and that actual immigration should be pushed forward as rapidly as conditions permit. The practical difficulties involved in immediate reception and absorption of so large a number would obviously be very great. JNF Chairman To Speak Here Dean Acheson, Acting Secretary of State, revealed that the question of United Nations' action with regard to Palestine was now under consideration. He said Judge Morris Rothenberg, '"*'"? w A az n CU "" ent Pla fOT 3n chairman of the Jewish National A^o-American conference on Fund, will speak at a mass meeting at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Tuesday, May 21. Announcement of the meeting is made by Jack Burris, acting president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, who will be chairman of the program. The e\ ent is being sponsored jointly by the Beach district and the Greater Miami Zionist council. the recommendations of the inquiry committee, but added that much active work already is being done. The United States, he declared, would assist in resettling refugees in other countries, including Latin America, by sharing transportation costs under an UNRRA project. Britain is not expected to make an official statement on the steps she will take to implement the recommendations of the AngloAmerican inquiry committee report until the United Slates position is ascertained, it was found out. All three groups within the Jewish resistance movement have ij lined in pledging that they would not violate the peace "necessary to bring our brethren" into Palestine, but would, on the contrary, take measures to guarantee the maintenance of such a peace. The statement was made on a broadcast of the "Voice of Israel," underground raaio of the Jewish resistance forces. It is clear from the facts presented in the report regarding private armies maintained in Palestine, and from their recent activities, that it would not be possible for the government of Palestine to admit so large a body of immigrants unless and until these formations had been disbanded and their arms surrendered." Vote on Delegates To be Held Soon Serve lerica [TON (JTA)-Latin Puntnes and France W the list of county the World Federa,,''' Councils of YM !" e N ational Jewish f "as announced. wse countries to erved~the United kie'h H Untain a "d KJ ha .l h "d branches Of an h u nzcd b ^e "^''Sht-pointproish Bnd action on ls vouth abroad." [2/^ recommended I* ? CC u UtlVC d r <*an ,he organizaK thi mceUng whlch debv S M e ek th :tl M r. Kraft and Response to SOS Termed Excellent JED ON p AGe i, Excellent response has been made by individuals and organizations to the SOS appeal for supplies for overseas survivors, according to Mrs. Ben Essen and Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Miami and Miami Beach chairmen of the drive. Already a number of truckloads of canned goods, clothing and medical supplies have been delivered to Temple Beth ShoIom, the SOS Beach depot, and 20 N. W. 15th st., the town depot. Doctors and dentists are contributing medical supplies they have received as samples, the chairmen reported, adding a request that physicians and dentists in Miami contact Mrs. Essen and those on the Beach contact Mrs. Falk for pick-up service. Mrs. Joseph Brenner is heading a squad of Beach women who repair clothing at the Temple each week. Canned goods collections at Beach grocery stores has been exceptionally good, Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. A. Schumann, chairmen of the food division, have reported to Mrs. Falk. Mrs. Essen has commended Mrs. Gertrude Covner, who represents the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami dren at Denver; Mrs. Gus teuer. Additional SOS workers in the ] ing clean usable clothing. Most city are Mrs. Harry Markowitz, | clothing has been received in of Beth David Sisterhood; Mrs. (good condition, Mrs. Falk and William Berson, Pioneer Women's Mrs. Essen said, organization; Mrs. Irving Miller, ( Benjamin Kamine, reprcsentaNational Home for Jewish Chiltivc of tnt Joint Distribution comMRS. ESSEN on the drive, for her work in establishing stations for food colTemple Israel Sisterhood; Victor Mtll, Hadassah. Mrs. lections at city grocery stores aid As the drive continues emcoopmi markets pbasis is being placed on obvainthe drive. mittee, which sponsors the drive nationally has been here for the past few weeks, assisting the local effort by making appeals at various functions. Miami Beach residents may call 3-5411 to have contributions picked up. In Miami, call Mrs. Essen at 4-7736. MT. VERNON (JTA) —One pound of relief supplies for each of the surviving Jews of Europe—1,400,000 pounds—has been contributed by American Jews to the Joint Distribution committee's SOS drive, the organization announced here. The supplies for overseas survivors campaign has already shipped 1.000,000 pounds, which represents five per cent of the national goal of 20.000,000 to the Jew? of Europe. Among the 15 tons of supplies daily reaching the Mt. Vernon warehouse of the drive are included canned food, medical supplies, clothing, soap, and household supplies. Sixteen Jewish national and women's groups are cooperating with the JDC in Miami Zionists will double their efforts next week to sel! at least 15,000 Shekels before May 24, preparatory to holding elections for delegates to the World Jewish Congress. The Shekel is a certificate of citizenship in the Zionist movement. All Shekel purchasers who are over 18 years of age will have the right to vote for delegates to the 22nd session of the Congress, to be held this summer. Harry Simonhoff, Greater Miami Shekel chairman, said this week that announcement of the voting date and procedure will be made shortly. Priced at 50 cents each, Shekels may be obtained at Simonhoff's office or at Beth David congregation in Miami. In Miami Beach they are being sold at the offices of Jack Burris, Beach Zionist district presidents, and by members of other Zionist organizations which are cooperating in the campaign. Registered members of Zionist groups automatically are eligible to vote for Congress delegates. Federation Makes Additional Grants Requests for additional grants from funds of the Combined Jewish Appeal will be made by national officers of several agencies at a meeting of Federation's budget committee Monday evening, Morris Klass, executive director, announces. At its last meeting, the committee approved five allocations amounting to $5,923.33. Major grant was $4,500 to finance a Jewish hospital survey. Directors of the proposed $2,000,000 Mt. Sinai hospital for Miami were to meet yesterday (CONTINUED PN CAGE 6). :ts % 



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MaWreMaWWWBWBlMMilBfliPIM W ^gs^^s^*ji PAGE TWO %  By ELSIE KRONENFELD Miss Osheroff to Wed joining the list of prospective June brides is Miss Edith off, who v ami Beach their home. Mr Lipman is a diiector of the uvu ( ( ^^ We called lane Bronner this Libeitie s committee in U"S H m m ,,i to 1 week to check on a story and m an d Mrs Alfred Stone Moore %  Boston on., ^cause we are new and need are in Ne w York where they moral support very badly she wi „ visi Architect Charie. .. and said we could announce her Grec0 whc is going to desg ; engagement to Louis Snetman. the new Miami Beach Jewisn The wedding date hasn't been Center building • %  • set but Jane informed us that The AIex Van Straatens flew the marriage will take place fo Philadelphia Tuesday %  very shortly Here from Ntw York to ram ANNIVERSARIES with her son is Mrs. Julius The Tides hotel was the scene Srau er. Another hou of a dinner party to celebrate the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Barnhard and the silver wedding of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhard. Both families live at 242 Michigan ave. Howard T Barnhard flew from Charleston, S. C, where he is at of Rabbi and Mrs. Grauer is his aunt. Mrs. Isidor Fogel of Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. Morris Albin. 1826 N. W. 44th St., who have been spending Iheii winters here since 1925, are qoincj to their fummer home M in Babylon. L. I.... Mrs. Gussie ton. M %  Spar is leaving for Monticello. i \. W. Second ;nr, have recently annouri A n sidenl of Minmi for I years, M Oshi r fl native of New Jersey and mployi ii as a tary for a busitunity firm. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham medical school, to be with his j N y., to spend the summer parents and grandparents on mon ,hs. She makes her home The Harry the occasion Rosens, the Edward Quartins and the M. Moses, along with the Seymour Satins went stepping to the Clover Club Wednesday night together because they all have anniversaries Statioi WIOD where cas ts thi Yachtsman i daily m t, and The daughter Carl Rose ofjfc. MISS EDITH OSHEHOIT around that time and decided ( a joint party would be fun. They Abranam Levitan were hosts at here with her daughter and son-in-law, the Wallace N. Maer ... Mr. and Mrs. George(lu Bertman left Monday for a six He %  > weeks' vacation in Chicago ... Mi(OCALITIES v : iMinni.ict. the tlks club and the American %  ,\ ,,, • | thi AAF, hi studied law at Northeastern university I-, rs and radio at Emerson college there. He To celebrate the birth of their first grandchild, Mr and Mrs. took along as their guests Mr. I party j as Thursday evening has been Aith radio stations in Salem, Mass., and Phoenix, and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin anal.., lUo r ,,„ mp fl c,q Commerce Ai Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tishler Miss Frances Ginsberg, who is to be married May 19th to Nat Tudor, was honored with a i at their home, 859 Commerce st. Saturday morning they gave a kiddush at Beth Jacob. Their granddaughter, Robin Elaine Levitan, was born in Aftei hone; noon in New York and Maine, the couple will return to Miami. Miss O ents v ill attend the wedding. Nat ludor. wasnonoieu wm. Elaine Levitan, was born in — miscellaneous shower Tuesday New York ]as( wegk Charles L0 RRAINE WEINBERG DAVIS-EICHENBAUM eveninq. Hostesses were Miss T _„._ L nd Mrs. lh J>* Euclid ae.. Apia • dred Eve., daugh,^, Mrs. Edward Arnoldfi efferson ave,, Apr] j James uameron.sonij Mrs. Maxwell wWi !S net Lois daughter^ Mrs. James L. WeiJ Alton rd.. April 13 !" Fran, daughter of Mi. Saul Meringofj, 1435'] ave., April 29 ..Nelson of Mr. and Ma 3 Levin, 6780 Harding 0, 30 m Ellen Susan, dough*] and Mrs. Isadore RidJ Washington ave., J April 14 Ronald j son cf Mr. and Mn J. Lieberman, 1764 lefaj April 14 Sheik daughter of Mr. neyR.Gluck, 15611 April 13 ... Sue Jll daughter of Mr. and I old Cohan, 1245 Me April 11 Willimjl Mr. and Mrs. Albert L 710 Michigan ave, Apd] Harry Martin, son i\ Mrs. George Joseph BaL 747 Michigan ave., AM Jayne, daughter of Mr.* Alton Rohinsky, 120SI ave., April 18 man, son of Donald I Lynskey, 160 S. W. April 14 Frederick Bernard and Mrs. Joseph Leo! was born April 4. Hi] grandson of the Rev. 1 Nathan Wroobel... Rabbi S. M. Maddd ated ai the receni Brsq sons of Mr. and Mnl Lieberman, Mr. Center, Mr. and Jb| Rosenblum, Mr. andl well Oren, Mr. and! D Levin and MraaU mour Frishman. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Kttat* serv lce 60 Lincoln Rd. p n : 5. 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MAY 10. 1946 "knisliFhridictr) PAGE THREE MEDICAL SCHOOL SPONSORS LAY GROUNDWORK FOR LO CAL CAMPAIGN ftei IDSOIB of the local campaign to help build the first medical school in Palestine are shown here as they met May 2 at the National hotel to formulate tor a fund-raising drive. The local effort will be held in conjunction with a nation-wide campaign for $4,000,000 to finance the proposed nonan medical school in Jerusalem. (See StorY. Page 1) icil to Honor Citizens United States I'thf Miami si ction, NaXmol for Jewish Women, its annual reception at (Thursday at the YWCA ni, 108 S. E. Fust ave. Ihi'ld in a njunction with •I Am An American" rn s. thi reception will Jibers of the Council's |ho will take their oaths Jrnd Tuesday or who beIzi ns in November. Jocrair., under the direcHarriet Eppstein, I, will feature an address |i< J. 11 Hi ver, inspector tc of immigration and Btiun servia s. on "Fi i edom of the %  ill bt ,-ered by LesIh Bain, editor of "The la" magazine. tH-1 Belov, teacher of the will present sev|tr pupils, who will read tea; "Why I Want ne An American Citii bugler from I p of the Miami [i the direction of ter, will asIments will be served to which the • • ited. I> of mi will sponsor Vn An American Day" May 21 at Bayfront Downtown Club to Hear JDA Director Today Philip Chasin, national director of the Joint Defense Appeal, and Jacob Alson. B'nai B'rith officer of New York, will be guest speakers at the B'nai B'rith Downtown club luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club, Seybold arcade. Alson is a prominent industrialist and a past president of the Metropolitan, N. Y., Council of B'nai B'iith. The Joint Defense Appeal is the financial arm of the Anti Defamation league of B'nai B'rith and the American Jewish committee. Anniversary Prompts Dual Celebration A combination Mother's Day program and golden wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff will be held by the Miami* Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged from 2 till 4 p.m. Sunday at the Home, 335 S. W. 13th ave. Board members of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary and the men's organization have been invited. Residents of Miami for a number of years, Mr. and Mrs. Raff live at 1441 S. W. Second st. They will leave Miami June 1 to visit their son in Chalrottc, N. C. Their daughter will come from New York to join in celebrating the anniversary June 14. 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Also attending from Miami will be Rabbis Moses Mcscheloff and Saul B. Appelbaum. Reports will be made by 18 rabbis of Florida Jewish communities. A survey is to be made of curricula of daily Hebrew schools and Sunday religious schools and the type of text books being utilized in the state. In his talk on anti-Semitism, Talianoff will make special reference to conversionist and revivalist religious teachings in public schools. Dr. Kaplan, president of the state association, will give his address at a public mass meeting. Another conference speaker is Dr. William G. Niederland, psychiatrist and member of the University of Tampa faculty, who will discuss "The Psychiatric Approach to Jewish Community Problems." A number of papers will be presented by the rabbis on combatting intermarriage, intercultural education, and inter-city programs in teacher training and educational contests. Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of Orlando, is secretary-treasurer of the association. Member communities are Miami, Miami Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Orlando, Sanford, Lakeland, Daytona Beach, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Host rabbis in Jacksonville will be Rabbis Israel Kaplan and Sidney Leikowitz of the Temple and Rabbi David Panitz of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Y CONCERT SERIES TO FEATURE CELLIST Fourth in the Beach Y's "Little Concert Scries" will be presented Monday evening when Gerard Haft, cellist, will discuss the pieclassical period in music and play several illustrative selections. On May 20, Leon Kushner, pianist, will deal with the modern music and on May 29, Mr. Haft will conclude the series with another talk and illustration of the modern period. A collection of prints of American paintings, beginning with the late 19tn century, is being prepared for exhibition at the Y, Leo Huberman, chairman of the Y's cultural committee, recently announced. Huberman and Dr. William Bernstein are in charge of the exhibit and the concert series. A dramatics group for adults has been organized at the Beach Y under the direction of Myron Le Boyer. Meetings are held erery Tuesday evening at the Y. WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHE* PE5TER ME 1 FIND THAT MILE* NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX rC^^v AND LEAVES ME •aC? v-ALM, $ERENL j Beach Hadassah Sets Installation Meeting Installation of officers will be the feature of the Beach Hadassah meeting Monday, to be held at the Blackstone hotel. Serving of dessert at 1:30 p.m. will precede the meeting. Mrs. Irving Lehrman will induct the officers who are headed by Mrs. Abraham Goodman, president. Members have been asked to bring new members as guests. Cooperating in the local campaign to collect supplies for overIseas survivors, Hadassah has j named Mrs. Barney Weinkle I chairman of its SOS drive. Mrs. J Weinkle will arrange to pick up contributions. She may be reachled at 5-3764. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewish fhrtftafL ^DAY, MAY Chaplain Describes Passover, Wedding Among Italian Refugees Preparations for Passover and boiled eggs each, potatoes, beans, a wedding in Leghorn. Italy, are lettuce, celery, radishes and mat described in a letter sent by Chapzo fried in eggs. For dess. t. lain Bernard H. Ziskind to his salad and tea and al1 done wife recently. Mrs. Z.skind rekosher equipment, brand turned to New Bedford. Mass.. from stoves to the spoon with her daughter. Shulamith. But what > I' was g ej m B" and son. Jonathan, after visiting all set up and arranged and wnat her sister. Dorothy Lightman of < work is still befon Miami Beach. ]„ Italy for the p onths, The letter read in part: Chaplain Ziskind expects %  W ell there was another wedturn to Iiis pupil in New B. I ding of two refugees here. Both some time thi fine understanding people. I have to know them well. She is Face Facts George J. Talianoff Florida Director. ADL was the Last month this column ,„the Atlanta Constitution, deliver m Atlanta, in which he described conditions in *jf%* Once again we must credit this fine Southern liberal for material which comprises the content of week's column. The publicity which the iKlux Klan has received Miami area has, in t i opinion, served a Ku in the writer's constructive j nuding Abbott Returns To Civilian Law Practice Jack A Abbott, veteran of three and one-half years in the Army, will resume the practice of law Monday in the Sterling bldg., 927 Lincoln rd. Flower Day Set a very understanding Litvak and attractive. He is a kind Gal Hasid. i virtually made the wedp Pj 0 neer Women ding for them. I got 15 loaves oi gefilte fish, two big cans of butter, five cases of Coca Cola, etc. "All the poor Italian Jews can i to the wedding. It was in the poor quarters of the town. In fact, all of the J. ws with the exception of the rabbi's son-in-law and a t, w I thi ar> poor. "1 am I 'ranging a seder for the i nt and a few I have plenty of niatzo. I shall Snitl I fish and meat cans:: thi Jewish welfare supplies and I think I can mat ler for about a hundred. Greater Miami chaptei %  the W i n's organization will ci lei ratPali tin. I Day May -' ; '•" MrSl Jewish Nati Fur..: i. rn an. Although the nation-wide flowSun rvanc. so as not to conflict with tl sal. [Shekels, t: World Jewish Congii Spons : d by the JNF, I f] v. c: sal is an instrui nist movem. nt for the Ipurpose by completely Th. KKK Is Hitler Stuff." McGill writes: "In Miami the Christian minis* rs have denounced the Klan. So have the civic clubs : that city. They were anxious it be known the KKK is neither Christian noi Protestant. The same aclion should be laken in Before entering the service as a private, Abbott practiced law in Miami for 13 years. He is a memcounty. ida Bar associate months overs^^i.l vestigating officer *" Active Partici Panlm( Federation of B'nai Br i zation activities, r president of B'r President ot"n ^e Junior C,I a B m £^l Me was also an oxon,*! m.ttee member JJSS LOCAL Ys TOBESI CAMP REGISTRAR With Miami th r e home earr, ps an d Miami scheduled to the two enters will tion of children begi, nesday. The Beach Y, whoso son card begins June 17, ^ registration to children of bers until June l. The Miami Y homo cam begin camp activities Ju M Jacob Sher. president %  West Flagler Kennel club, I elected secretary of the | can Greyhound Track tors association which i its charter last week. "Soi ht refugees are un-1 acquisition of land in Palestine as all the w rk involved. h p rope rty of the Jewis This will be the second night v D ,, • %  \v „ ,.„•< apart from the seder from the Cluh *"; %  '.. X. • %  %  Jewish military on the first night., organization, will For that! to buy ; rhursda > '" Americanism but for the Hitler technique of a secret organization which ten carry on violence every stale and community." The against individuals. That promoters, to make money for themselves, snould inspire men to violence in the name of Christians, rm. rs. It m one farm r an I procuring But they did. The rabbi th n kosher slaugl tei %  skinned them and "traibered" them. "So lisjj will be koshi i %  .;.:. tri e. I • mp, about tw in Beth David. Hebrew School Group Plans Public Social Sound—Stable—Vigorous AtienJion to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach An invil tioi : blic to attend the mem. which the M Hebrew s i< I and Junior Conition will hold Tuesday evening at r i Bis( ayn. Temple. Mrs M Ofs .'. itz, man, ann un • that Lois Ann Nook H Mau: I ] laine Feinl will b. tarred on the variety Guests Will be welcomed by Myr :: Newman, president, who ivill give a bnei address. Also lultd to speak is Mrs. Ida Bu< kstein. Refreshmt nts will be served. A special board meeting has, i all' d for Sunday afternoon it th hi me of Sam Rosenblum, 1936 S. \V. 16th st. entire editorial is worthy of reprint, but because of its length, we shall : resent only its highI • 1 trust the FBI is keeping an eye i n th< Ku Klux Klan, prowhich are out beating I i bushts for suckers who will pay them S10 each, a net of $8 going to the brother who brings kers. This S8 explains the passi mate zeal of the solicitors who go around throwing is revolting. "It is HiUerism exactly as Adolf planned it. It tries to attract policemen, deputy sheriffs and others in any official capacity. So did Hitler. This is dangerous because it means law enforcement is partially corrupted and degraded. "I do think the police commismto as many boobs as possion ougnt to oraer policemen not sible. Very often the promoters j to attcnd meetings in uniform, as make as much, even in these days | tlu y have been doing pj ctU res of slim pickings, as S100 a week. have becn made of them The •'Tiny live very well, eating steaks .-.'• %  I wearing expensive suits. They are quite proud of suckers and keep them needled up by holding meetings and assuring them they are saving their country and themselves from the menace of the Pope of i t'amty> S obscene and sacnleg.ous Rome, the Negroes. Commun.sts i and a11 { us ou 8 ht to ) in in so J< w. B The fact that they • to explain, locally, that the new film which permits taking i pictures at night without lights I is wonderful. "That a lot of hoodlum Hitler< like storm troopers should burn a Christian cross and claim ChrisR me they are talking about is : thost foreign countries and • Rome, Ga., is a complete characteiizer of about two-thirds : I: en mi mbership "In Tenne see they follow, as elsewhere, the Hitler SS storm m the ds. The brave Hums so intimidated a lone, poor Jewish woman who had had id ity to start a small store ::. Redbank, a suburb of Chattanooga, tn; t they seared her right out of the community and burned a big c p oss to celebrate their 1 % %  : turn manhood. The Klan, it must be kept in mind, was very friendly with the German bund in the East up to the time of the war. "You ian put it down that no real Christian can be a member of the KKK. It just isn't posThe Klan .stands not for saying. "The Klan is just a skeleton | organization, but its promoters I are sweating and trying. No %  courage is required to denounce HiUerism. It isn't important whether Hitler is dead. 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Li B'ritfc to Hold iThree StarJWam ctqr nrogram has been AT he g B 'na. B'rith "* i Ate meeting Tuesday le 1 Temple Israel. E. AlffKlot. president, announced itoon of otiicen of the "2!"?.apter and presentation KSSna entitled -Little knhan N'Hie-" P^ic Balogh Bain, editor of lif Week in South Florida" [Lint, will lead the forum on ^m sponsored by the lodge's imitWon public affairs acting to John Kronenfeld, nuirman. I Mrs Sam Goldman and other U obicers of B'nai B'rith iLn uf Sholcm lodge, will be Ulkd bv Pallet at 8 p.m. |AbeAronovitz is director of the Iramatic production whose plot flows the old line of soon-due ktgase. well-heeled villain, Ut-hearted fair maiden, widpd mother and valliant hero. [Headlining the cast are Lou leiman, Sylvia Friedman, Belle trman, Rose Kasanof, Jerome %  tinkle, Barbara Weinkle and jnne Bromberg. iPeanuts and popcorn will be I during the performance. jion Auxiliary Names A. E. Reinhard FPL Rate Cut Starts June 1 |Mrs. A E. Reinnard will begin • fourth term as president of i Miami Beach American Leg1 auxiliary after she is installed Jill. lOfficers to be inducted with %  are Mrs. Emily C. Elesner Mrs. Mary Zenishek, vice tsidents: Mrs. Simon Aronson, urer: Mrs. Etta Green, chapk Miss Lillian Aionson, hisEian; Mrs. Mollie Marcus, serglt-at-arms: Mrs. Edward Gor, assistant sergeant-at-arms. New executive board members fcMrs. Jack Simon, Mrs. Edward btkin, Mrs S. Barr Berman, n will serve with the incumhts, Mrs C. Mae Davis, Mrs. pis K. Green, Mrs. George Mcin, MR. Jack Meyerson and i Elisn Ehrman. : v\)GUST BROS R> Is thcBEMTf {VENETIAN BLINDS RE-CONDITIONED NEW CORNICES CALL 3-5072 For Estimate m^ E= -*•> ORDER y 0UR EW BLINDS NOWI w 22nd St -3-5079 N JWNINGS W 72 "y-m St-2-1731 Greater Miami will share in a $2,500,000 statewide electric rate cut announoed by Florida Power & Light company today. This sweeping rate cut affects customers of all classes and becomes effective June 1. Principal beneficiaries will be the small residential users and the small stores and shops. These will get a cut of approximately $2,000,000. The balance will be spread over industrial users and large commercial establishments. Over 200,000 customers in 321 Florida communities and adjacent rural territory served by the company will be affected. "Despite increased fuel prices and higher wages granted to meet increased living costs," Dave Bosworth, district manager, said, "a rate reduction is possible because of the steady growth of Florida and the resulting increase in our business, plus expected greater economies from the operation of new and more efficient generating "plant? now under construction. "This is the fifth major rate reduction made by Florida Power it Light company since it was organized in 1925. Based on the new rates, the average rate to be paid by residential customers will be only half as much as-the average rate in J934." All of the company's 177,000 residential users will benefit from the new rates with the largest savings going to those who now pay monthly bills of around $5 or lower. Nearly three-fourths of the company's residential customers are in this group and savings will average 13 per cent. Reduction in commercial and small power rates will benefit 85 per cent of the company's commercial and small power users. Of these, 27,000 smaller commercial establishments, such as small stores, shops, garages and the like, will get reductions averaging more than 20 per cent. Two thousand others will get reductions averaging 13 per cent. "These new rates and our $24,000,000 expansion program go hand in hand," said Bosworth. "We are building four large, new generating units with combined capacities of 120,000 kilowatts (160,000 horsepower) and this is greater than the maximum demand on our entire system prior to 1940. You can see we are planning for a lot of growth. I don't know of any better way to demonstrate our faith in the future of Florida." New industrial and pumping rates announced by the company last month reduced the bills of 540 customers by $313,000 annually. JekMkijJfor, MIAMIANS TO SHARE FOOD WITH EUROPE A can of food will admit Miajnians to a "share the food" rally Monday evening in Bay front pa.k, W ,?b8ter Wallace, and Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, Miami and Miami Beach chairmen of the campaign have announced. Representatives of civic and religious oiganteationa will participate in the rally to collect food for destitute Europe. A musical program will be presented. The local collection is part of a 'country-wide food and fund collection which will begin Sunday Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace heads the national effort. PAGE FIVE Month at Camp Awaits Winners of Contest MYERS. KLASS CHOSEN Stanley C. Myers, retiring president of the Dado county Council of Social Agencies, was named to the board of directors at the annual meeting Tuesday. Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was elected secretary of the agency. Dade Chapter To Hold Mother's Day Program Annual Mother's Day program of the Dade chapter, National Children's Cardiac Home, will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Home, 4250 W. Flagler st. The entertainment will include recitations by students of Miss Lenore's school. They are Jenniene Snigen, who will present "Mother Knows Best;" Sandra Bayer, "Read Me the Funnies;" Joy Brickner, "Rest Cure," and Charmaine Sam, "Dime Store Demonstration." Mrs. Benjamin Wolfe, chairman of the afternoon, announces that the public is invited to attend. Home Auxiliary Seeks Workers for Project Seeking assistants to carry out the summer project of the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged is Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president. Mrs. Sherry has asked members to contact Mrs. Benjamin Appel, 4430 Royal Palm ave., phone 5-7226, or Mrs. Benjamin Feld, 639 West ave., phone 5-5501, to enlist their services. Funds raised by the auxiliary support the Home in Miami. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring !>• engage In business urder the fictitious name of JEANETTE'8 APPAREL SHOP, I" the City "i Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said num.with thiClark "l the Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida. J K A NETTE 1 'It ISA M BNT, 481 Bspanola Way Miami Beach, Florida, METERS 6 WEITZMAN, Attorna ys for Applicant, (20 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. 5/10-17-24-31 ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION — REPAIRS APPLIANCES SERVICE Unity Electric Co., Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 AFTER 6 P.M. C A L L 3-0 33 0 Proprietors: SIDNEY S. MARGULIES and SAM JACOBS American Plan June thru September DUNCRAGGAN INN HENDERSONVTLLE, N. C. NEW PRIVATE SWIMMING POOL EXCELLENT JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE DANCING — ENTERTAINMENT PARTIES HORSBACK RIDING — GOLFING ... LEWI. BLANCHE LEW.S Early Ri4nrcrtion* Suggested The Brandeis Camp essay contest being conducted by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission has evoked an interest among the young people of this area. The contest, which is open to permanent residents of Greater Miami, between the ages of 18 and 25, calls for an essay not exceeding 500 words on the subject, 'What is the Responsibility of American Youth to Palestine?" The prizes are two fourweek scholarships to the Brandeis Camp institute at Winterdale, Pa. The commission has issued the following statement in regard to the purposes and aims of the contest and the function of the Brandeis Camp institute: "The continuing vitality of the Zionist ideal depends upon the discovery and development of dynamic leadership, recruited from the ranks of American Jewish youth. The commission feels that, through the medium of Brandeib Camp essay contest which is being held during the period Irom May 1 to May 25, potential leaders among the young people of this area may be found, and that their latent talents can be encouraged and fostered by the inspiring program which the prize winners will receive from the scholarships granted them at the Brandeis Camp institute." Essays should be sent to Brandeis Camp Essay Contest, care of Bureau of Jewish Education, Congress bldg., Miami, Fla., and will be judged on a basis of originality and freshness of viewpoint, understanding of current Jewish problems and literary ability. All manuscripts must be typewritten on one side of paper only and become the property of the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission. JSSB Announces Annual Meeting Expansion of membership in the Jewish Social Service bureau will be dealt with at a special board meeting to be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Beth David, according to Charles Cohen, executive director of the family service agency. A report of the membership and interpretations committee will be given by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chairman. Annual meeting of the bureau's general membership has been set for Tuesday evening, May 21, at the city recreation hall at the north end of Biscayne park. Nine board members are to be elected at that time. Arrangements for the meeting are being made by James Kopelowitz, chairman; Al Quadow and Mrs. Eva Plant. PEPPER INVITED Senator Claude Pepper has been invited to speak al the July meeting of Sholcm lodge, B'nai B'rith, Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary, announced this week. BUY MORE SAVINGS BONDS! WANTED High ichool graduate: good typist, tome knowledge of bookkeeping. 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** yfljt—j *< a'; %  ; !'. *i %  T ^g** JS E B T )' -^F PAGE SIX ~ftwiih PvfWi Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue^Mmml Jtaj P. O. Box 2973 ^^^^...r ^AT^TM^ omce Entered as Second Class & V 11 ,H. i •. of March. 3, 187 of Miami. Ha., under the Act o( Marco. %  >, Published Every Friday SinceJOT Subscription Rates: 1 Year. S3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. ir-nrn K ?HOCHET. Editor and Publisher FR RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 Miami 18, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1946 NUMBER 19 1YAR 9, 5706 SOS SOS, a fammar-call S u?c? rarely iails .0 bring home


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*Je*lsHk>rktlan PAGE SEVEN .^TaTvards will be ^Z t ach Y Saturday *!£J&* ^0 Randy Wf fSviUes'dlrector. ^ lanSk>, 1 h who has done most %  P CSen H t o tJc. most co*" S e in Y activities f&t ttj • prCSent George Kttl llor of his son thrf aWa,d i^phy, l A feSSiS winner of Ik. £SS and dancing will ^tafung, hrard last yew IfcTthC pr"g %  CONGREGATION GETS ICPA APPROVAL Hcation of Beth Tfilah .[,,,„ t0 build a $30,000 cue 8t 933 Euclid ave., has approved by the voluntary "production adrninistra• hcui committee Earle, J. fcobbms. district CI'A chief, anLr.ced early this week. TThe congregation, at present, is tine in a store building on st„ Miami Beach. (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 2) likely see a lot of familiar faces for each Monday we hear of so many Miamians weekending there %  Mrs. Norman Rothschild flew down last Friday to join her husband there. They returned home Monday morning very early That weekend Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wise were seen there too, as was Harvey Leitman. When I called ta find out if the Wises were really down in Cuba, they told me that they had run into the Hy Kays and the Steve Barnetts. The Maurice Cromers celebrated their first annivearsary with a five-day trip to Havana. With them weie Mrs. Cromer's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Berstein, and a honeymoon couple from New York, Mr. and Mrs. Eli M. Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lehman have bought a home on 44th st. off Miami ave. New resikosher market to be located at S. W. 10th st. and 27th ave Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein left this week for Hot Springs, Ark., for a month's stay. Also in Hot Springs for a vacation are Mr. und Mrs. H. U. Feibelman Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn of Elizabeh, N. J., former Miami residents, are visiting here. Nathan Adelman and Mr. Kahn spent the weekend in—yes, Cuba Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Werman will leave Sunday for Brooklyn, where they will spend four months at thenhome, 3335 Bedford ave. While there they will attend the marriage of their grandson, Stanley Werman, to Miss Rene Davis, of New York, on June 9th .. MORE GOINGS ON Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand will be in Philadelphia Sunday where the doctor will attend a meeting of the American ColMRS. HIRSCH BETH JACOB WOMEN REELECT PRESIDENT Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNKX RepreeentaJiTe Mr and Mrs. Kaufman left reUlv 'or their home in New tort Mr. Kaufman is schoehet r the local community and has feo served as bal tefilah for Temlle Beth El. Mrs. Lillian R. Selis is visiting her former home in New Haven, Conn. J Lilian Mete, Faye Canter, HanLh Blumberg and Carol Grobkn have been elected to reprefent the B'nai B'rith Stars at the (Tnai B'rith youth organizations' innual district convention in Mimi June, 23 through 25. Ben Friedman has returned to his job as maintenance employee at Morrison field air base. Mr. Friedman has been convalescing for several months from a heart ailment. J. Seleznick, of Gardenia st., i left for New York for the tamer, I Louis Sehut7T has pom a recent illness. recovered I Isadore and Arch Issacowitz md Mendel Friedman have rei from a three weeks' stay i Miami. SJU ...... ---—IUHUU ui ine /American uoidents of Miami are Mr. and i ego o{ physicians. Dr. Rand Mrs. Benjamin Adler who have exp ects tc return next week, but moved here from Red Bank, N. Mr 8 Rand will be away for sevI. With them are their two era i more wee ks. ..Mrs. Arlene sons, veterans of combat duty. Richter is visiting her mother Esrrly nex month, the boys will, anc ; father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. associat e with their father in a j. A. Richter. She will return | to Atlanta May 24th. The ADL office has a new secretary, Miss Selma Steigman Mrs. A. J. England, 300 E. San Marino dr., entertained a group of ladies at a luncheon Monday noon at the Roney Plaza Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan of Fall River, Mass., are planning to move to Miami. Their two sons will come with them. A daughter already lives here. She is Mrs. Harry Stone. Mrs. Stone's brother, Norman Kaplan, has just gotten out of the Army after three years of service. He was in five major combats und has several decorations. The other brother is Robert Kaplan Stanley W. Platkin, ARM 2-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Platkin, 1612 Meridian ave., has been discharged from the Navy. Platkin, whose father is commander-elect of the American Legion Miami Beach post 85, was stationed at Tinian and received the Air Medal. Mrs. Jack Hirsch was unanimously roelected president of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood at a meeting Tuesday evening. She will be installed June 2 with the following, who were elected with her: Mrs. Anna Berow, Mrs. Paulina Chill, Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs. Rose Weiss, vice presidents; Mrs. Sam Schachno, recording secretary; Mis. Irving Genet, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irwin Makovsky, social secretary. Also, Mrs. Rose Hertz Hayes, treasurer; Mrs. Louis D. Feder, financial secretary; Mrs. Moses Krieger, parliamentarian, and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chaplain. Mr. and Mrs. I. Jackson and daughter, of 736 M. St., have returned to their home in New Rochelle, N.Y. After spending the winter here, Max Kleiger has departed for his home in New Jersey. Sholem Women Aid FDR Library B'nai B'rith Women of America nave contributed $27,670 for the establishment of the Roosevelt Four Freedoms library as a memorial lo the late president, it has been announced in Washington by the Women's Supreme council. Of that amount, $126 was given by the P'r.ai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge, Miami. The library is to be established at the national B'nai B'rith Hillel headquarters at the University of Illinois. It will contain documents, books and manuscripts dealing with political, economic, social and religious principles of human freedom from ancient times to the present. Efforts will be made to assemble objects of art and other materials symbolic of the Four Freedoms. Mrs. Benjamin Landau, retiring president of the Sholem lodge women's division, reported that the local contributions were made in two $63 checks, in memory of the fact that President Roosevelt' died at the age of 63. The memorial library has been adopted as a permanent project of the national women's organization. UNIVERSITY SORORITY TO FETE MOTHERS Twenty-five million American students were reglarly buying Savings Bonds and stamps by 1945. Sch ier memorial hall was rely rci-.ovated. A new drinking itain and linoleum were indied. Alterations were made by • Beth El Sisterhood under the supervision of Mrs. Irving KapLFA FOR THE BEST EN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM M I ZELL-S I M O N MORTUARY N W. MlMII, C K. Simon, Liwrmct S. Favilla, Funtral Dlrctort <13 Hibiicus Street • Phon 8121 • W. Palm Beach, Fla. A Mother's Day tea will be given at 2 p.m. Sunday by the University of Miami chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at the home of Miss Lorraine Gartner, 4912 Pinetree dr. Active members, alumnae and their mothers have been invited. Alumnae who attend without their families will act as •substitute mothers" for members living at the university. Sorority pledges will give skits and sing the first official presentation of the song, "Sister True," written by Miss Selma Eibinder. Mrs. Frederick Grossberg was elected clean of the alumnae association at the official inaugural meeting held Saturday at Miss Gartner's home. Also selected were Mrs. Arthur ^^^^w^^^^^^^ C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Rood, West Palm Beach !" > job too large or too smalL Over 50 yean in burin LAINHART & POTTER ,_ Im ESTABLISHER 1893 BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Pahn Beach. Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES ftrt^^ Sarrlno Palm Beach County, meturtafl tba \I_V^C Nationally Tmmxu Southern Delrlea Pro2" MAM duct* and lea Cream. "* AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE J. England, sub-dean; Miss GartHe ( ner, scribe, and Mrs. Jesse Spirer, will enter the University of Mitreasurer. ami this fall T-5 Louis Ga-1 Mrs. David D. Pollack was apdon has returned to Miami folpointed chairman of the public lowing his discharge from the, relations committee, Army. Eighteen of his thirty months' service were spent in France, Belgium and Germany. Before entering the Army he was a Hebrew teacher at Beth David • Miss Joan Ruth Sternberg is home from the WAVES. She is the dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sternberg, 1240 15th st. • Home with no definite plans for the future is Milton Stahl, who has just received his discharge from the Army after 28 months of service. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. Edward Stahl, 244 N. W. 11th st. His sister is Shirley Stahl • Roval Jonas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas, owners of the Greystone hotel, has received his discharge from the Navy He won the Purple Heart in Okinawa 10 days after getting there. He expects to return to the University of Alabama this fall and continue his studies. Louis Gordon, 2027 S. W. Sixth st, is planning a visit to his children in Chicago. While there, he will attend the wedding of his nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are entertaining a house guest, Mrs. Frances Newberger o! the Windy City, for a few weeks. Harold Stone, as her assistant. Mrs. Jean Lehman will head the social committee which includes Mrs. Jack Courshon, Miss Esther Liberman. Mrs. Sol Leslie, chairman, and Mrs. Stone and Miss Edith Cohen comprise the by-laws committee. Meetings will be held the first Saturday of each month and all alumnae of the sorerity who reside in Greater Miami are invited to join, Mrs. Grossberg announced. Three graduating seniors. Miss Faye Frackman, Miss Edith Cohen and Miss Lorraine Gartner, were installed as members at the last meeting. BPW TO ELECT Business and Professional Women of Hadassah will elect new officers at a meeting Monday evening at the Beach Y. The slate of officers to be approved includes Frances Cooper, president; Frieda Shifman and Use Frankel. vice presidents; Esther Sussman, recording secretary; Rheba Shapses. assistant recording secretary; Nan Bernstein, corresponding secretary; Sadye Alexander and Ella Goodman, assistant corresponding secretaries; Edythe Fleisher, treasurer, and Anne Patz, financial secretary. A CORNY RIOT! 1000 LAUGHS! B'NAI B'RITH SHOLEM LODGE PRODUCTION of "LITTLE ORPHAN NELLIE" TUESDAY MAY 14th 8:15 P.M. Temple Israel 137 N. E. 19th Street ADMISSION FREE to paid-up members and their wives. — Also — HILL-BILLY TRIO BARBER SHOP QUARTET COMMUNITY SINGING DON'T MISS IT! %  i i 1 I l! i< !,!! i M



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PAGE EIGHT *Jewlslincrk/**!l_ =2^L^ Y 10. Your Personal Problems By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D. Director. Counselling Service. Detroit. Mich. Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail as far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care I The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida. A Sharp Break Is Always the Best Solution "I have been going with a 'young man for six years. We hope to gel married. Each year we seem less and less able to come 1c a decision. We enjoy each other's company very much. He has several very bad habits but doesn't think enough of me to give them up. I won't marry him unless he does. I don't want to hurl him by breaking off. Would he change after we gel married?"—T.V. Of course he won't change. You want a inircle to happen. You ing a man over although many try. But very few women will admit that it cannot be done. Can you judge the possibilities by the goals you have set for your marriage? Is it your idea that a man should conform to his wife's desires? Most men like to believe they run the homo and family, whether they actually do or not. They do not like H to be dominating. They i their wives' attempt to be boss. Face the Issue It seems to me that if you canseem to want the pleasure of each not reach a decision in other's company. Both of you you have one of two choices. It seem undecided whether youi I ;iV( p person want each other for the rest of \' ]nVt nturv of Doth yourself y0U / .Kv, ic and your fiance. It would be If you love this man as he is." marry him. If you don't love him helpful lo discuss your marriage plans with a number of pi 'skilled in personality and as he is. whv pretend? Why pro long the agony of indecision Jou ; ^ tQ will be most unhappy trying to £ P mold a man to your specifications., discussion or withThe long, r you wait the.harder breflk „ will be to make a change either ^ yQur in voursolf or in him. And the *• B • ., %  ,,, „,;L, A J problem is to make a decision and longer you wait, the less likelihood you will marry him or anyone e Y u must make a decision on these "bad habits." If they are 'to stick to it. You fear that the i decision will not be easy or that | >it is impossible Everything depends o" your judgment of • intolerable to you. there is ; vh f hcr f hese h f ab ts are im P? r iage. Your n ? U10 '/ M these are major • frill It c ll'hxtin \-<\% ir-ccilf t- -> lif.i faults, why tie yourself to a life :,:.'"vw^n. l lv!th themWhy take on a marIf they are so r,a e w h known handicaps.' If Is or strangi rs cannot help I an • them. strong! le to you that life v. • them will be unbearable, you will not b< abli to forpet them Maybe they are of little in portance. Perhaps you ing 'hem as an excuse not to get married. Your fiance's parents spent twenty years and more to change him from a human animal to a human Yours did the By age twenty or twenty-five. they are minor, your answer is also before you. No one can make the decision for you. Whatever you do. don't prolong the misery for both of you. Examine the case, pretending it belongs to someone else. Get help if necessary Then make your dl cision and stick to it. There is more *o living than vicarious thrills. thrills. Both of you are better off either -ingle or married than your habits are well determined. you are engaged but not married. Very men succeed in mak-1 Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilitiei for treatment! of acut* medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy. Hydrotherapy and Electric. Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243-9-1042 Open lo Members of Dade County Medical Assn. EDITOR TO HEAD JOURNALISM GROUP Committee to Plan Aid to Refugees A luncheon meeting of the refLL C ommittee of the Jewish !;T,h th. -Nat,,nal Refugee service Pr S,, of the committee .je M ., Harriet Eppstein Mrs. Nat WMiams, Mrs. Monte Sel.g M s. Max Fmkelstcin, Max Oioyitz. Habbi Max Shap.ro SanleyC Myers and Morns Kla ffV n win meet with Charles B. Cohen. JSSB director Over 400 displaced persons for whom NBS has made visa jd transportation arrangement were scheduled to embark from Brc : r -, United States. Joseph E Back. I xecutive director of, OTis reported to the Jewish lian early this week | The immigrants were to travel 'on the SS Marine Flasher, first ship beating postwar .mm.Rrants %  from the occupied zones of Germany undet President Truman s directive. '•Processing" of the applications has now reached a point, Mr I Beck said, where within the next few days many relatives and frie nds in the United States will be asked to put up funds for ., msh i P fans. Relatives arc, being notified individually as the ; names ar< rec< ived from abroad, Mr Beck said. In most cases, he said these p< >ple had indicated in advance their willingness to defray the cost of immigration of kin who survived the Nazi terror. On their arrival here, Mr. Beck said, the newcomers will be provided with the long-established services of the NRS, financed by the $100.1.00.000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for 1946. This program, enlisting the cooperation of local committees and agencies in 1,000 communities throughout the country, has already served in the adjustment of 250,000 tefugees from Nazism who have found haven in the United St.it, s since 1933. most of whom are now American citizens. Beth David Women To Elect Wednesday Election meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon at the synagogue auditorium, Mrs. Jack August, president, announces. A slate of officers will be presented by Mrs. Harry Markowiti, chairman of the nominating committee, j Refreshments will be served from 1:30 to 2 p.m. preceding the meeting. Beth David will hold its annual Sunday school picnic May 19 at Grevnold'" park. Parents are being invited to attend with theit children. Beth Sholom Women To Hold Installation Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be installed .is president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Shelborne hotel. Also to be honored with the officers are Mrs. Charles Tobin and Mrs. Leon Ell, honorary presidents. Reservations for the affair are being taken by Mrs. Murray Maurer, 5-3558, and Mrs. Joseph person. ANNUAL MEISNG^| Annual meeting 0 f the Miami Jewish Federatim, held Thu,*lay. May 7 0 "*' Dobrin, chairman of ** ments, has announced. Election of officers and Dtw tation of Federation's an! port will be the business! meeting. Max Orovit! **£ Present of the community i raising organization. A dance will f 0 n ow ^ ness session. HILLEL STUDENTS ELECT LEADERS Fern Matros was reekpresident of the Universe Miami Hillel foundation at,, cent meeting. Elected with her were n taplan. vice president: SueLw corresponding secretary u Walter recording s'ecret, Morty Galowitz, treasurer. Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority wn conduct Friday evening serw, at the Hillel house this e\tik with Larrie Walter as suite preacher. Beach May Be Scene Of Zionist Convention Three representatives of the Miami Beach Zionist district leave here tonight for Birmingham, Ala., where they will attend a regional conference of the Southeastern Zionist district Sunday. Acting President Jack D. Burns, S. A. Goodman, and Harold Shapiro make up the Miami Beach delegation to the conference at which plans will be completed for next fall's Southeastern Regional convention. The Miami Beach district has been in close contact with the convention committee in an effort to sehedule the fall meeting for the Beach. All indications point toward the selection of Miami Beach as the convention site, Burns revealed before his departure. JCRS to Choose Leaden I Election meeting of the GrealL Miami cnapter Jewish Consumpl tive Relief society, will be hel Monday evening at the Beach Y! Mrs. James Snydi r will p:es:di Mrs. Mcury Poncher and M William Levine will be hone* for their work in raising fu for the purchase of bed trays i patients o f Jackson Memorial 1 pital tuberculosis ward. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monumen^ to the memory of the late Ma Ida Hirsch will take place 3 pj Sunday at the Mt, Sinai cemeteryl Rabbi Murray t.iauer will oth\ ciate. Arrangements are unda tie direction of the Gordon Monw ment company. Friends and rel*| tives are asked to be present Miss Charlotte Kotkin, editor of the University of Miami Hurrican. was elected president of Lead and Ink, honorary journalism fraternity of the university, at a meeting Tuesday. Other new officers are Charlotte, Abrams. secretary, and Lee Starr, treasurer. TERMITE CONTROL EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING GENERAL EXTERMINATING CO. 436 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION PHONE 5-3765 Dr. Lear Heads Drive CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. 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DAY MAY 10, 1946 +Jmst£kddteri PAGE NINE -Navy Committee Commends Irmy Junteers in Final Resolution „f the Greater Mipluuon oi i comm itUe "LiSwtf. Welfare ***.ZLA -lurinc the r -ctitutcd during -2SXwAr.ll0. jwards were the comirved m.hwy I the activities ot personnel the comch is"now"rco. ganizinfi a'atimc basis:£>** resolution is bc' %  A exclusively >n the &an at the.,quest oi RESOLUTION hER^S. this date, April 10. T-Tound of war has been V e many months and Jfremen are being returnI nu homes, and PC\S in the war years w 1945 the Jewish cornet Greater Miami showed, ognizant of the needs of OT en and women who were *t to this ana. and organ' through constituent oru into the Gn ater Min v and Navy committee, [committee having enlisted fences of over 40D patriotic s.i women of the Jewish Bity did such magnificent isupplying > %  •> social and I needs to Jewish men and ir this area, and BRA S, the Greater Miami [and Navy committee served land non-Jews through the • of the Servicemen's Houspcration, and REAS, the Greatei Miami and Navy committee did ndously enhance the presume Jewish community teal and national with the being no longer necessary in this era of a hopeful peace, that the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee declare itself dissolved as of this date, April 10, 1946, and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that these words are but feeble expressions of gratitude to all those who have made possible the success of our program, and who have brought pride to the Jewish Community of Greater Miami so that it rorc magnificently to its obligations to the men and women in the armed services, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be forwarded to the National Jewish Welfare board, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and the Anti-Defamation league; and that copies of this resolution be ordered printed in the Jewish press, and wherever else deemed advisable, and BE IT RESOLVED, that we close our work with a prayer of thankfulness to God for having given us the privilege of being part of so noble an effort, and that we pray Him that eternal peace shall rest upon His world. Done this tenth day of April, 1946, at Miami Beach, Florida, for the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee of the National Jewish Welfare board. Maj. Plant Joins Firm As Ad Executive Obituaries UNGERLEIDER Tu'.'s.i'^' ',' Ungerteldsr, 61. >1I<-<1 early I Issi* 'V ni hl8 home. 100 ii*i ., .Mi:irui |;i-arh A n.tlr.,,1 rU.Ut. dealer and U.1 S!uTS ... here eight yean uo from Cleveland, Survivor* unhid.nil widow Mr, ftuataj, |rjv.rieider.ofth.'.!..".! .i.iiires*, .... Mini, Arthur, ot New I Khlrr "I,""" 1 ; 1 M aml %  '•••' %  "= %  m,£ Sidney Goldstein. Baltimore three brothen and two xist, !" leaeh K M J 'r A "!' ?""'"•. Ma" I %  .-, ^ nge r Jf lde r wa financial r 1 1 '' i: > ', ,f 'he Miami Beach Jewish v ( .'"' • %  ''•• '•' : %  >-<> easur.-,„f (he Miami Beach Civic leacue FVtieral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Center, with burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery under the All of Riverside Memorial chapel SKOLNICK Harold Bkolnlck, ?, <>r Meridian ave.. Miami Beach, .li.r.i Monday in a hospital, it. came from Brooklyn where the body has been Bent by Riverside Memorial chapel Surviving are his wife, .Mrs Ann Bkolnlck, and a daughter, Helena, ixth ,,f Miami Reach: his parents, a In-other and three sisters. BJE To Elect Officers Officers of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be elected at a meeting of the board of directors Thursday evening at the Federation offices, 1002 Congress bldg. P.-T. A. ELECTS SLATE; MRS. SAFER NAMED Cardiac Home Opens Free Outpatient Clinic FRIEDMAN Mis it. ,S.. Friedman, 78, of IBS Washington ave., Miami Beach, died Tuesday, she is survived by her husband. Samuel; three daughters, including Mrs Lillian Bllverman. Miami. and a son. Services were held Wednesday in Riverside Memorial chapel. BERNSTEIN Abraham Bernstein, S3, loan I in died Sun.lav In his home al I'll" Nautilus dr., Miami Beach. He moved h.-re U' years ago from Washington. Surviving ar a son, Joseph Bernstein, Miami: two daughters. Including Mrs, Harry Miller, Miami Beach, Ben es were held In Washington with Riverside Memorial chapel assisting in arrangements. Maj. Alfred L. Plant, QMC reserve, has joined the Federal Advertising agency, New York, as assistant account executive. Maj. Plant, information and education rendered by the operaj officer on Gen. Wedemeyer's staff Servicemen's Snack bar,'in the China theatre, was advertising manager of the Mayflower LAS, countless acts of j Doughnut corporation. New York nice and understanding city, before enlisting in 1941. leitormed by the members Greater Miami Army and A graduate of New York university in 1938, he is the son of Icommittee towards serviceMrs. Eva Plant, 223 S.W. Eleventh Iboth Jewish and non-Jew, st. REAS, the Greater Miami land .Navy committee has |lessed by the leadership of men and women of immunity who have given ingly of their time and '.and KEAS, the Greater Miami Navy committee has t unstinting cooperation of rational Jewish Welfare I'Greater Miami Jewish Jliun, and the Anti-Defamr a ?ue. and %  AS, the needs for the o' the Greater Miami [and Navy committee are panks be to God, no longer RESOLVED, that the of the Greater Miami id Navy committee, aslo J t wi!fi ast ? eeUng on 1946, does hereby deTJ "Passes a deep ob Sation to those who LIT u Cart and soul a "d £*•> hand to fulfill the r as of this community, ism and n ? s pe I %  Mr. Sam Blank, %  "/''he Greater Miami 'those who have "•"•Jously with him [ttRTHER RESOLVED, um 0 nks •* ive ^ > -h-T? nt part f our I 5?5 "SOLVED. it* • committee ^Constituted, now LEVINE Mrs. Cella Levlne, .">. of 1121 Ocean Mv.i.. North Miami, died Saturday In a Hollywood hospital after a brief illness. She came to Florida from New York four years ago. Mrs. Levlne leaves her husband, Samuel; a ion, Max, of Orange, N, J.: two .laiighiir..-. Mrs. r.ilna Kaplan and Mrs. Raa Qenshaft, both "f North Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Cohen and Mrs Rebecca Stein, i-'ih .>f New York, and a brother, Isadora Qold, of Palestine. Kumrnl services were held Monday al th.' rhaiiel of the Oordon Funeral home, Burial was In Mt, Nebo cemetery. GLICKMAN Herman Qllckman. 51, linen supply salesman, of I'll N, W. Third St., suffered a heart attack Wednesday while driving on Blscayne blvd pulled ui> to the curb and died. He came from New York four years ago, and Is survived by his wife. Mrs. Lea Qllckntan of Miami. Services were held in Palmer chapel with burial in Mt. sinai cemetery. NEWMAN Funeral services for Bernard Newman, 77, were conducted last Friday in Riverside Memorial chapel, followed 0789 IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI ILVIIE FEINitUL IIAIII < PC Mi jMLfUAMJ. 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Berman, recording secretary; Mrs. B. Miller, corresponding secretary; Mrs. R. Davidow, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors wer* the Mosidames E. Sernakcr, I. Rosen, M. Feldman, M. Simpkin, F. Rose, E. Steibel, S. Frank, M. Fox, A. Kasow. "The Land of Promise," a sound film dealing with Palestine, was shown. Simonhoff Makes Report A study of opinion and comments on the Anglo-American committee report on Palestine was presented by Harry Simonhoff at the Miami Beach Zionist luncheon club Wednesday noon at the National hotel. An outpatient clinic for rheumatic fever sufferers in the Greater Miami area will be held each Wednesday morning at the National Children's Cardiac Home, 4250 West Flagler St., Charles S. Tobin, chairman of the board of governors, announced this week. The clinic was opened May 8 and will be held each Wednesday morning thereafter from 10 a.m. till noon. The free clinic is for the examination and treatment of cases of rheumatic heart disease and other cardiac conditions in children. The only requisite is that the family be unable to pay for medical services. Mr. Tobin urged local physicians to avail themselves of the laboratoiy and other diagnostic aids, such as electrocardiography, stethocardiagraph, fluoroscopy, x-ray, etc. There will be no charge for the services and all reports will be sent to referring physicians when requested. All appointments should be made in advance by the family physician or by any registered welfare agency. Mr. Tobin said. by burial In MI. Nebo cemetery, Ha died last Wednesday al hie home, 538 J 4 1 sl minjr here 11 yeai from Cleveland. SERLING Max Berlins;, M. ..r 1751 Jamei ave., Mi.uni Beai h, died lasl Tuesday In a hospital. Hicame from Syracuse, •y Jr., and leaves his wife. Mrs. Jennie Berlins;, and a son and daughter. The Body was sent to Byrai us.by Riverside Memorial chapel. 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,.-":-Vi ; v;: Ejfl ^^^HMi^SBBBTOiflWl HS^a^Hwel^ii PAGE TEN i • i "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 POLITICAL ECHOES How long will it be before the recommendations of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee will be implemented? This question is now on the lips of every Jewish leader in New York Very few people in the United Slates know that the statements issued by the major Jewish organizations immediately after the publication of the Inquiry committee's report were actually influenced by some of the American members of the committee • • These members met with top Zionist and non-Zionist leaders in New York separately and urged them not to take issue loo slrongly with the report The request of these member's, known for their friendly attitude Jo the Jewish demands, was complied with to a very great extent Especially since it was ielt that American Jews are primarily interested at present in effecting the transfer of 100,000 Jews from Europe before the end of the year Prime Minister Alllee's conditions, announced in Parliament a day after the leading Jewish organizations issued their statements, changes the situation. ... Ail indications now point to the iatt that it will be a long time before any action on the recommendations is taken. The recommendations are not binding on either Britain or the United States until formally ratified Before they are ratified, there will be prolonged consultations and bargaining between our State department and the British Foreign office. Then. too. there seems to be an inclination to call in Arab and Jewish leaders for consultation after the two governments reach an agreement All this means that quite a lot that the ZOA suggestion that the Congress be hold in the United States has no chance of being accepted by the World Zionist ExecuUve. The Zionist Labontes, both in this country and in Palestine, are determined to hold tM Congress in Palestine and will apparently have their way. %  • Don't be surprised if the Zionist Laborites in the United States send the largest delegation to the Congress. They are way ahead of the ZOA and ether Zionist groups in the sale of Shekels. Their success is due to the fact that leaders of labor unions are helping them sell Shekels to practically every Jewish union member. especially in the needle trades. CIRCUS LIFE: David LeibovitZ, one of America's finest novlists, has written a new novel which will be appreciated not only in book form, but also on the screen It is titled "The Canvas Sky" and is published by Hareourt Brace. It portrays circus life with remarkable sensitivity. Far from deliberately attaching social significance to the problems which his heroes face, the author depicts their feelings so vividly that the social aspects of the men and the women in the circus emerge by themselves. Here you see how a young college graduate, neglected by his rich freaks, the riders, the aerialists. .. You learn of their human quali ends. You see the deep love and FSCW Serves KosherMeals Kosher meals are being provided at Florida State College for Women to Jewish Students,jg request them, according to Rabbi Alex J. Goldman, Hillel director, who initiated arrangements. Thirty-six girls have thus far been Included in the P"*'"? which was begun Monday with Se cooperation o Miss Anna May Tracy, head dietician of the col legc. __ The office of Miss Sonya Heyman, president of H.Uel. will serve as the clearing house between the dietician's office and girls who desire to observe the dietery laws. Kosher meals will be served in the college dining halls daily throughout the year. Rabbi David Panitz of the Jacksonville Jewish Center and Jack Becker of Jacksonville cooperated in establishing the progra m. with his anti-Semitic and "patriotic" activities which led to a riot, is now trying to cash in on the incident. He has sent out a circular letter seeking funds for his wife since he "thinks" that every dav of life "may be the last" ."Adopting the role of a martyr, he claims that he docs not doubt that he is "marked for assassination". And speaking of funds, we see that the professional anti-Jewish propagandists arc getting more and more funds. Rev. Harvey W. Springer of Engehvood. Color Veteron Opens Office A recent addition to Miami's members of the legal profession is David Marshel Turner, who was recently released from the Navy after four years service as an officer in the Atlantic and Pacific theatres. A 1942 graduate of the University of Miami Law school, Turner is associated with Roger Edward Davis and Joe Brown Booth in the Shoreland bldg. iiagicvtcu "j • %  ••' ado, has just announced that he is i father, and not trained in erecting a $28,000 printing plant any profession, drifts into the cirfor the publishing of his inflamcus and becomes a trapeze pertnatory sheet, "Western Voice". former. You become acquaintAnd Rev. Arthur Terminiello, ed with the psychology of the Smith associate and suspended people who make up the circus, priest, just started a new hate the ringmaster, the clowns, the sheet. "The Crusader," in Birmquiry committee was making its study. But now that the inquiry is completed and the report of the committee has been made public, there is much to do in Washington. Especially since the report has proven the extent of American influence on the Palestine issue. And, particularly, because of the role which the United States is to play with regard to the Palestine question at the September session of the United Nations Assembly in New York. A Zionist delegation may soon visit the White House to express thanks to President Truman for his initiative in recommending the admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine. And action is also expected in Washington on securing American ships for speedy transportation of the 100,000 Jews from Europe to Palestine. At the same time, the ground work must be laid in Washington for the discussions which will develop at the UN meeting with regard to the Palestine mandate now that the League of Nations has transferred the mandate to the United Nations. All this, together with the Shekel campaign, will keep Zionist leaders hopping in the hot summer months. Rabbinical Associo !" Commends Mem}*, A resolution^ bl Jf B. App,,,* work m Miami was passed Rabbinical association of &i M'ami Friday, according J bi Moses Mescheloff, secl naker, I. R oscni M p was the announcement in Appebaums resignation, 1 pulpit of Tempe Israel OSCEOLA CA FOR BOYS Situated on Beautiful I ola Lake near Hend vUlo. N. C. UNDER DIRECTION 0F| HERBERT Sliyf For Information Cm L 950 Jefferson AwmJ 5-5975 Between 4 and 8 PJ .ngham, Alabama. In Philadelphia, a new "nationalist" publicaties and of their usually tragic tion, "National Progress," has made its appearance. On the All mis means ion M""= — i •_ of time will elapse before any | natural life of love because transfer of the 100.000 Jews to Palestine is started • • • ZIONIST TRENDS: M a n y of their profession. All this is conveyed in writing which keeps the reader absorbed from the first to r "" !* st i t he 440 P;' Re s y ? Zionists in t'ms country will proshould make an equally fasc.nat„,„,,j .„ loom mg storv on the screen. bably be disappointed to learn -. W TI c FMITtr pnriNT that Dr. Chaim Weizmann may ANTI-SEMIT not attend the forthcoming World Zionist Congress. He indicated as much to American ; ist li aders. He is leaving devotion between people who other hand we see that D. Hamilamuse young and old, but who ton Brackett of Atlanta was decannot afford to live their own feated when he sought the De~ j _A--a^..l l.f.\ • 1A,*;\ l^ ../t,\llP A f\T A 1 .. 1 %  A *-& A t n %  -& .r* u *. *+ J Police officers throughout the United States are to be given training in race relations. ?T7 CS .T ex P ccte d t0 ^j nsti for England in June, tuted in the major cities, at the reand he doubts whether he can be .Quest of local mayors, in order to in Palestine again in August in lessen the danger of race riots.. mocratic nomination for Congress on an outspoken anti-Semitic platform. SUMMER DOINGS: A very busy summer lies ahead for Zionist leaders in America. They arc engaged in an election campaign for the forthcoming World Zionist Congress, and, at the same tune, must resume their intensive political activities in Washington. Zionist political work in Washington was at a standstill during the time the Anglo-American intime for the Congress. Inci dentally, Dr. Weizmann is against holding the Congress in Palestine. He would prefer to have the Congress held in Geneva. Because of his health, he does not Joseph Kluchevsky, a member of the faculty of the National Police Academy of the FBI. has been named chief consultant in the new service, which is being provided by the American Council on Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Are. at 13th St Miami Beech And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fleeter St.. Miami Learn to Drive-Modem \ Army and Njvy Inif.tt Agency tor Driven Uci And Auto Tagi FLORIDA AUTO DR SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. 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PAYMAY 10, 19 46 +JfMstifk)ridliati PAGE ELEVEN idence Changes Future foinci Lvivor' I ~~^T in Tragf ach, I*"*, 'S!oNver reaching l lllC uflot was similar to jestine. n 14 { European ess?* -* -feSffi?s—* I" !*£i .old In. week V'>' S T,X „'" World 5,-sss: i— • — lb in the event. r 1 ff n>ci-ntly received a fe ianCtted through fcSs S locate Bubman's fc The letter that Simonff in Dr Hyman Bubman Kii "'a -y address he L*nVen was .eturnedthn "' the many cases of Cures unknown." [There was little else SimonI? uld do. But almost s.rnultusly with the return of the Wcame word from the JewiNanonal Fund asking SimonL ,0 represent the organizaC in the settlement o£ a will f 1 which JNF was to receive |f speaking to the New York tutors of the will. S.monhoff kned that they had been unite to locate a brother named in "ewill as heir to a major portion I the estate. lit was the will of Dr. Hyman Ibman, whose brother, Joseph [bin Bubman, sat in a d.p. camp [iragfach, Austria. S."S0RIN RECEIVES [tJXHIARY GAVEL Irs. Ted J. Sorin received the 1 of the Ladies' Auxiliary of i Hollywood Jewish CommunCenter at an affair held at IK'S recently. lOther officers who were inllled by Mrs. Albert E. Kauf0, of Ft. Lauderdale, president the Broward county B'nai frith Women, were Mrs. MichI Hauser and Mrs. Louis Kravice presidents; Mrs. Abe btw, treasurer; Mrs. Irving ierman, corresponding secrery;Mrs. Lester Kravetz, record! secretary; Mrs. Joseph Baum, ncial secretary; Mrs. Jack nick, auditor; Mrs. Fred Roskbush, sergeant at arms. [Until the new Center building (completed, the regular Wedncsf night socials have been called The building is located at flk street between 20th and 21st roues. In the Houses of Worship iBeachTSoIei owners Wins Fellowship To U. of New Mexico MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19lh Street Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform Friday evening services, 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the "Weekly Portion of the Law." The Bar Mitzva of Irving, son of Mr. ana r.Irs. Leon Lepselter, and Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schenkman, will be observed. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Young Judaea club meeting for girls, 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-BBGlBar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. Sunday for boys and girls over 13. Boy Scout troop meeting every Thursday evening, 7:30 p.m. Men's Club Sabbath will be observed this evening at 8:15 p.m. Theme of the evening will be "The Relationship of a Men's Club to the Timple, the Jewish Community and the Community at Large." Participants will be Louis GUlman, who will be installed as president, and Sol Finn, Stuart Gordon, E. Max Goldstein, Louis C. Schatz, Harry Magid, Max Holtzberg and M. M. Mason. A reception will be sponsored in Kaplan hall by the Sisterhood and the Men's Club following the service. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chaie Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Parents' Day services will be held this evening at 8 p.m. Rabbi Kronish will deliver a sermon on "Thou Shalt Turn the Hearts of the Parents to the Children and the Hearts of the Children to the Parents." Each mother will be presented a flower by her child, in honor of Mother's Day. An Oneg Shabbat will follow the services with Mrs. Abraham Blatt, Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs. Joseph Fenias serving as hostesses. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shafer, will become Bar Mitzva at services, 10:45 a.m. Saturday. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Avenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman Conservative Nat H. Hankoff, owner of the Ocean Spray hotel, was elected president of the Miami Beach Hoti 1 Owners' association last Thursday, succeeding Bruno Weil. Vice president of the association for the past year, Hankoff was also chairman of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal hotel division, which accounted for over $200,000 of the campaign total. Abe Allenberg, of the Wofford and Boulevard hotels, was elected chairman of the board of the hotel owners group. Jack G. Salomon, of the Blackstone, and William G. Mechanic of the Essex House hotel, were elected vice presidents. Unanimously elected treasurer for the fourth consecutive term was Harry Sirkin, of the Albion hotel. Jack Esterkes, of the WinIterhaven hotel, was named secretary. Miss Jean Cohen has been awarded a year's fellowship as a graduate assistant in interAmerican affairs by the University of New Mexico. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cohen, 418 Alcazar ave., Coral Gables, she will begin her graduate studies in September. An honor student at the University of Miami, Miss Cohen is majoring in Spanish and will receive her bachelor's degree at the end of this month. During the war, she interrupted her college studies to serve as a translator for the U.S. Censorship bureau ill Miami. %  Hotelmen Name Raff Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthai, will take place 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Students' Sabbath services, 10:30 a.m. Final examinations at 10 a.m. Sunday. N. Douglas Raff, manager of the Royal Palm hotel and president of the Greater Miami Hotel association was named to the board of directors of the Florida State Hotel association at a threeday meeting in Havana recently. 9. 2*t fri GORDON ROOFING AND SHUT METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will gave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Motes Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox [OSPITALS TO HOLD PPEN HOUSE SUNDAY \M Cross volunteers will ast in the observance of National spitai Day on Sunday, acting "hostesses and guides in the pus hospitals in which they [Open house will be held from 2 V Pm at the Nautilus VeterP hospital and at Jackson JttoriaL pay ladies, staff assistants, Uv Skllls C( "'I JS m tr corps fc W l!' be n hand a ^e f""s .while nurses aides and gbdiM will be on duty at 5^ -hospitals durin the !" > visiting hours. GENERAL PAINTING Y BEST MECHANIC* ^•GubrecrthPcdnlCo. %  w 12th AVENUE Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services for adolescents, 9 a.m. Junior congregation for children of elementary school age, 10 a.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion of the Week." Daily school, 3:30 till 7 p.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. till noon. Final examinations will be given this Sunday. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamches Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 7:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of Alvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, will be celebrated. Rabbi Grauer will deliver a discourse on the "Ethics of the Fathers" at 6 p.m. Shimshon group, 3:30 p.m. CantorMaftir group, 4 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7 p.m. Bar Mitzva breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Hebrew Month Slated BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOW! EZEQ31D Hebrew month will be observed locally by many organizations from May 18 through June 6, Abraham P. Cannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, announced this week. The period will be dedicated to the fostering of interest in and study of the Hebrew language and literature. Watch the Jewish Floridian for articles pertinent to the celebration. W^E^sssk ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner .4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE Ml-AMl B E A CH lluiill ""ill mull iillln IIIII in 111 IIIII IN GREATER MIAMI WINES BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Fine GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Partiea and Banqueta TENDEB, MtvttwjajM nelt In our mouth Mrred Ike rooleit plane In tn from m mldnl.ht. New Orlrnni MUIM la the cocktail lounge. SbipSEDMAN'S 2uK B0 K STORE 4 St., Mi-mi Bench |Sg Collins and WHS' 00 Avenue r~— N ltit Xtyo I:ID !" *Phont 5-1017 111 I. MIAMI AVE, PHONI 1-8771 DINE IN COMFOR1 AT THt STRAND RESTAURANT • ,„ tl.iu. Il>>•' %  •" •' """•"'" %  •' Telephone 58 2979 RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. 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I PAGE TWELVE +JenlstncrfflM!L FRIDAY, MAY J.D.C. Helps Locate Jewish Survivors AIDS INFLATION FIGHT Mrs. Harris Marcus will represent the National Council of Jewish Women at a Florida anti-inflation conference to be held in Miami May 31. Delegates from women's groups throughout the state will meet to map a drive to curb inflation. Camera Club Formed A Temple Camera club has been organized by the Temple Beth Sholom Men's club. InstrucLEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that Hi.undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneai under ih>flctltloua name of PARADI8E TRAVEL AGENCY, at 11.1 Collins Av<\, Miami Reach. Intend t" register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL PASTERNAK .MM RKRNFELD MARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicants i 26 5-3-10-17-J4 Those are plot lire, of the Joint Distribution Tom. miilee message wnler and tracing bureau In Paris, through whose facilities over 50,000 l.n.r. have been rnt and thousands <>f Jewirit fantlliea re united. J.D.C. welfare workers throughout l.urope have transmitted these letters (nbmi-) from the dielaced persons centers in German) and \utria anil fr.on oilier areas to the outside world. The J.!>... tracing bureau (left), operating in conjunction with %  he Central Location Index, institute* searchea and hat located thousands of surviving Jews whom rela lives on five continent! seek. In the U. S., tinJ.D.C. receives in funds from the United Jewish Appeal, Schwab Berates Hollywood Ads LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undi rsigned. del Irlng t" engage In business under the fictitious name of Sl'RPHIPE Ql'AIJTY MARKET, al 9332 Harding Avenui. Surfsl le, intends t. %  i '• r said %  '->>,• with the Clerk "f i!" Circuit Court <>f Dade County, Florida ALBERT BARON, Sole i iwner HARRY DIETZ, AM%  • %  ;; %  %  i 2 5 3-lu-17-J I Ni iTICE is HEREBY Oil EN thai the undersigned, desli Ing to del the fletll %  I BAY TERRACE APARTMENTS. :.t 1995 Baj Brlve, Nurmand) Isl. Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reglsti name with the Clerk --' the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.Ei P ST KIWI IN SAMI'EL POLLACK MAX It SILVER A %  rney lor Applicants. 4/J6 5/3-10-17-24 Hollywood was taken to task for glamorizing the "had girls" by nee Schwab, producer and columnist, who was guest speaker at the Temple Israel Sisterhood installation Monday at the Cadillac !. The jpidtmic of suggestive advertising, heralding the "S0I physical charm" of stars and used to attract the public into tinmovies, was also berated by Schwab. The theatrical producer stepped < ut of character to insert a request for voters to support the county auditorium in the bond election Tuesday. Schwab was introduced by Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, toastmistress. A plea to answer the SOS (supplies for overseas survivors) call by contributing food, medicines and clothing was made by Bernard E. Kamine, representative of the Joint Distribution committee. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, installing officer, greeted each new officer in rhyme. The slate of officers was headed by Mrs. Reba Engler Epstein, now serving her second term. Mrs. Epstein announced that the idea of appointing a program chairman and committee for each month will be continued next year. She also proposed that a youth commission be formed to A coordinate youth activity at thejto the^HON.'w'. p*m ANTON, 1 Temple. Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum and Mrs. Matvin Frecdman arranged the program which included several piano selections played by Leon K.ishner. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring t ANNA REMLEY, -!• Nt ITICE TO i "RBI 'I I' 1 IRS To All Ci ditors and \ll P< H Ing < 'lalms oi I lemandn A s*:ii.i Estate: Yl | %  ; h of 1 ried and equlred to and demands whl. h either of you. mas have • • esl •nf ANNA PCM VTTM Ml known as MRS J %  ; SCHATTM.MKR and also kll< • :i\NN \ RKM I.KY, LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the in. ned. engagi III i • ime of Ml Wll CAMER.X KXCIIANOE, al 7.".". Washing! >n A\. nue, Miami Reach, mild i ime with the ni, •' i 'out i "f I lade ly. Plot Ida. RAY II BROWN, JR. is VAC Ji art:, Attoi in y for Applicant, l ... :%  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FERGUSON AND WRIGHT, at 107 N K IHI Ave., Suite 228. Miami. Fla., intend to leRlster xald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. PAUL B. WRIGHT WALTER E. RODDA WU.I.IA.M It. HLAIR WILLIAM "... PAI.IX)T. Attorney for Petitioner. 1214 Congress Hldg 4/12-19-2* .".'3-10 NOTICE IS IIBREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HKRNI HOTEL) at 2<>4 Blscayne Bouli vard, Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County Florida. OTTO K. FISCHER. JR.. VIOLA E. FISCHER. Partner s. LEON KAPLAN, Attorney for Applicants. I 12-19-26 0/3-10 10, tions in various ph ase „ graphy are given b y T Becker. Membership ^ %  s open to^ he_p U bii r I f G ALH0Ti^ M A it it v SMrrH 0 *^ W(U. 7th Ave., M' register mild I ns&ftw r?yyfl Florida. I Coi gOL J. I.EVV ELAINE LEVY MARRY ZIJKERNICK** 1 and, "'J NJW '"> %  Applicant 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla 4/26 5-3-10-17 4/26 5/3-10-17-24 HERO. Sole oinxrj NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ng to engage l in ler the fictitious name <-f TRI-VBT AI'I'AREL al S 'I N E. -nd \\. Ml ni.i. Plot Ida, int.-mis t.. register the -i -i name with the Clerk of the i itull i %  of l • ide County, Florida. IRVINO GORMAN HARRY 55CKERNICK, Esq Attorney A ileant. Ml %  I: I Mi ml 111 .i h, I' .i. -lu NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uii : to i ngagi In fictlt lous ns it'ol PI HIT VN • l.i. VNERS AND LAUNi >RY al :. l N i: !-t Avenue, Miami, Fla in-• ito reRlxti i an Id name tin '' k of the Circuit Court of l..ni' • i'ROBEHT S M'SLt lW, S • owner. II VRi -1.1' Sll \PIRI '. f.-r Applicant 27 I. • Road •i 10-17 24-SI I ; rome r710S.W.I2thAV. MIAMI-, LlH. 33431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' =rv vw WE ornomr wntsm THE MAJORITY Of MRTKIN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES I nl ex motion Gladly furmAtd on Ktopul SERVING MIAMI BEACI A MIAMI Exclusively Jewish NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN-, he undersigned, ,,. .„?.,,;„, ( 1 of CLEMENT CARPEToSPSA tt4-M ? w. Mh r ;,; e •"• Ha, Intend t„ r.K lKter a\ with the Clerk of the ci cuUCoSI Dade County, Florldt CLEM MYERSON AAc SD j JrpE raLD,IAk "W 4/i9-y6 r V 3-[o:,7 AP, 10an "LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol LANGFORD VENETIAN BUND RECONDITIONING CO., :ii 600 S. W, Jrd Ave., Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROSE MALMUTH, Sole owner. 5/3-10-17-^1-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACME EXTERMINATING CO (not Inc.), at :p"o Mary Street, Coconut Grove. Miami, intend to register said name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida THEOHOKE H. ROBINSON MOMEIi I.. IKH'iill ISAM' JOFFE Attorney for Applicants :, '10-17-24 -31 6 /7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SHERMAN'S MARKET, at 209 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 7INDEL SHERMAN Sole Owner. 4/19-26 5/3-10-17 Judgi of Dade Count same In lii->ff|. e In the Cn h; -i • In Da le Ci m ty, r eight i %  %  i. '•f the fli-t pul .. < claims nr legal addr. %  • be swori • a • Bald, or ime n -. %  Section 120 of the 1 l hat Dat. v-, i \ i, NORMA RUTH HARRISON .. ROSENTHAL, As Executrix of thi I. %  -• w Testament nf ANNA SCHA MAIBR, alsn knowi MP< t r sen VTTM vi i •'„...' Attorney for i : -. 3-10-11 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that he underslgt I, desiring to engage III business under the Mctltloui. nam. of THE TIETZE ASSOCIATES, it 211 8. E. 1st street. Miami. Fla Intends to regisir-r mid name with inClerk ?Torlda Ft "' ; "'" '"""""v. TOWARD TIETZE'""" LEON KAPI^N" M T,KTZK Kty? Florid. C,^CU,, f • 0 r, f n '"" < EDWARD EHRLICH MYERS & M „ I E VM A5. HRLICH 4/l A 2 t, 1 9 r n 26 y 5/Ko APP Can, AMBULANCE SERVICE IV* Whiaflton Ky, Miami Bich THOS. M. BURNS, iH. Funwsl Director ABB BISCNBERO, Treasurer In Mtw York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Av. T MIAMI MONUMENT "Miami's Oldest and Largeit" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMEH You need no longer wait 6 to 10 months for you monuments. We carry a large selection for in-1 mediate delivery. All Styles oi Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn CemetW MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLbTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jf^JSr Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information PhoiM 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 •^^^• %  •^^^^^^w*^***^ PALMER FUNERAL CHAPELj SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E. E. CARTER. Fun.r.1 Di,^ lo r "A Frld la HW 008 W. FUO^ j PHONE 9-2664 %  .i.i.


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 10, 1946

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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tewiyb-JHIiDipidliiaun
7?^&^THE JEWISH UNITY
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
19-NUMBER 18_
J Drive to Aid
>stine Medical School
e is to have its first medical school, non-sectarian in
odern in buildings and equipment, according to Dr.
jodman. who has just become chairman of a local cam-
support the establishment of the school.
)dman said the drive will be part of a nation-wide
to raise S4,000,000 for building the school and main-
for the first five years. The school, to be operated
iqh standards that prevail in the best American medical
will be affiliated with the Hebrew university and the
l-Hadassah University Medical center on Mt. Scopus,
Jerusalem.
A campaign dinner is to be
held in the near future, Dr. Good-
man reported yesterday. At the
first luncheon of the campaign
committee May 2, sponsors pres-
' ent were Rabbi Jacob Kaplan,
-"??*f| I Rabbi Max Shapiro, Dr. Good-
man, Mis. Harry Rubin, Mrs.
Louis Giosser, Mrs. Leo Eisen-
stein, Alex Van Straaten, Dr.
I (Vlexander Kushner, I. S. Shapoff,
William Taradash, Mrs. Max Do-
brin, Leo Robinson, Dr. M. Zim-
merman, Harry Simonhoff, Sam-
uel Lachman, Mitchell Wolfson,
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Goodman, Daniel Ber-
liner, William Singer, Joe Stein,
Ned Sail, Morris Klass, Nathan
Hlasser, Dr. Jandon Schwarz and
Oscar Lelchuk.
Dr. Goodman is chairman of the
executive committee which in-
cludes Mrs. Dobrin, Mr. Klass,
Dr. Schwarz, Mr. Van Straatep,
Mr. Simonhoff and Mr. Wolfson.
Medical men are urgently need-
ed in Palestine and throughout
the Middle East, Dr. Goodman
declared, because that area is
threatened with a shortage of
doctors.
"During the 1930's," he said,
"Jewish physicians went to Pales-
tine from Europe, but that source
of supply is cut off. Only a rem-
nant is left of the approximately
15,000 Jewish doctors in former
Nazi territories; in Poland, for in-
stance, one hundred have sur-
vived out of the pre-war total of
3,700 Jewish doctors. The sub-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY in iqar
PRICE TEN CENTS
Attlee Attaches Conditions
To Palestine Immigration
I
plans for the medical
buiit in Palestine is
Goodman, chairman
kl campaign to aid the
I and vice president of
ps. Department store,
I ticed medicine
?k 10 years prior
i to Miami Beach. A
New Yi i k university
I: '- he was at-
h at Bellevue
n medicine ;.t NYU.
pc war. he was chair-
iMiami Beach Scrvice-
Itality committee. He
Fying as chairman of
>nts division of the
nber of Commerce, a
I the Dade county co-
Fid planning commit-
tal trust,,. ,,f Miami
is active in YMHA,
B'nai B'rith and
LONDON (JTA) Prime Min-
ister Clement R. Attlee told the
House of Commons this week that
the British government will make
the execution of the recommenda-
tions of the Anglo-American Com-
mittee of Inquiry on Palestine
dependent on American financ-
ial and military cooperation, and
on the disbandment of "illegal
armies" in Palestine and the sur-
render of their arms.
The Prime Minister also em-
phasized that the practical diffi-
culties involved in the immediate
absorption in Palestine of the
100,000 Jews from Europe "would
obviously be very great." He
said that the British government j
will consult with the government
of the United States "as soon as
possible."
"The report must be considered j
as a whole, in all its implications,"
Attlee declared. "Its execution
would entail very heavy, immedi-
ate and Jong-term commitments.
The British government wishes to
be satisfkd that they will not be
called upon to implement a policy
which would involve them single-
handed in such commitments, and
in the course of a joint examina-
tion they wish to ascertain to
what extent the government of
the United States will be pre-
pared to share the resulting ad-
ditional military and financial re-
sponsibilities.
"The report," he continued,
recognizes that 100.000 certifi-
cates for admission of Jews to
Palestine should be authorized
immediately and awarded so far
as possible in 1946 and that actual
immigration should be pushed
forward as rapidly as conditions
permit. The practical difficulties
involved in immediate reception
and absorption of so large a num-
ber would obviously be very great.
JNF Chairman
To Speak Here
Dean Acheson, Acting Secre-
tary of State, revealed that the
question of United Nations' action
with regard to Palestine was now
under consideration. He said
Judge Morris Rothenberg, '"*'"? wAaz n CU""ent ,Pla" fOT 3n
chairman of the Jewish National A^o-American conference on
Fund, will speak at a mass meet-
ing at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Tuesday, May 21.
Announcement of the meeting
is made by Jack Burris, acting
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist district, who will be chair-
man of the program.
The e\ ent is being sponsored
jointly by the Beach district and
the Greater Miami Zionist coun-
cil.
the recommendations of the in-
quiry committee, but added that
much active work already is being
done. The United States, he de-
clared, would assist in resettling
refugees in other countries, in-
cluding Latin America, by shar-
ing transportation costs under an
UNRRA project.
Britain is not expected to make
an official statement on the steps
she will take to implement the
recommendations of the Anglo-
American inquiry committee re-
port until the United Slates po-
sition is ascertained, it was found
out.
All three groups within the
Jewish resistance movement have
ij lined in pledging that they would
not violate the peace "necessary
to bring our brethren" into Pales-
tine, but would, on the contrary,
take measures to guarantee the
maintenance of such a peace. The
statement was made on a broad-
cast of the "Voice of Israel,"
underground raaio of the Jewish
resistance forces.
It is clear from the facts presented
in the report regarding private
armies maintained in Palestine,
and from their recent activities,
that it would not be possible for
the government of Palestine to
admit so large a body of immi-
grants unless and until these for-
mations had been disbanded and
their arms surrendered."
Vote on Delegates
To be Held Soon
Serve
lerica
[TON (JTA)-Latin
Puntnes and France
W the list of coun-
ty the World Federa-
,,''' Councils of YM
*eNational Jewish
f' "as announced.
wse countries to
erved~the United
kie'h h Untain a"d
KJ ha.lh"d branches
Of an hunzcd b* ^e
"^''Sht-pointpro-
ish Bnd action on
'ls' vouth abroad."
[2/^ recommended
I* ? CCuUtlVC d'r<*-
an ,he organiza-
K thimceUng whlch
debvSMeek- th"
:tlMr. Kraft and
Response to SOS Termed Excellent
JED ON
pAGe i,
Excellent response has been
made by individuals and organi-
zations to the SOS appeal for sup-
plies for overseas survivors, ac-
cording to Mrs. Ben Essen and
Mrs. Jack J. Falk, Miami and
Miami Beach chairmen of the
drive.
Already a number of truck-
loads of canned goods, clothing
and medical supplies have been
delivered to Temple Beth Sho-
Iom, the SOS Beach depot, and
20 N. W. 15th st., the town depot.
Doctors and dentists are con-
tributing medical supplies they
have received as samples, the
chairmen reported, adding a re-
quest that physicians and dentists
in Miami contact Mrs. Essen and
those on the Beach contact Mrs.
Falk for pick-up service.
Mrs. Joseph Brenner is heading
a squad of Beach women who re-
pair clothing at the Temple each
week. Canned goods collections
at Beach grocery stores has been
exceptionally good, Mrs. Harry
Kaufman and Mrs. A. Schumann,
chairmen of the food division,
have reported to Mrs. Falk.
Mrs. Essen has commended Mrs.
Gertrude Covner, who represents
the B'nai B'rith Women of Miami dren at Denver; Mrs. Gus teuer.
Additional SOS workers in the ] ing clean usable clothing. Most
city are Mrs. Harry Markowitz, | clothing has been received in
of Beth David Sisterhood; Mrs. (good condition, Mrs. Falk and
William Berson, Pioneer Women's Mrs. Essen said,
organization; Mrs. Irving Miller, ( Benjamin Kamine, reprcsenta-
National Home for Jewish Chil- tivc of tnt, Joint Distribution com-
MRS. ESSEN
on the drive, for her work in
establishing stations for food col-
Temple Israel Sisterhood;
Victor Mtll, Hadassah.
Mrs.
lections at city grocery stores aid As the drive continues em- coopmi
markets. pbasis is being placed on obvain- the drive.
mittee, which sponsors the drive
nationally has been here for the
past few weeks, assisting the local
effort by making appeals at vari-
ous functions.
Miami Beach residents may call
3-5411 to have contributions
picked up. In Miami, call Mrs.
Essen at 4-7736.
MT. VERNON (JTA) One
pound of relief supplies for
each of the surviving Jews of
Europe1,400,000 poundshas
been contributed by American
Jews to the Joint Distribution
committee's SOS drive, the
organization announced here.
The supplies for overseas sur-
vivors campaign has already
shipped 1.000,000 pounds, which
represents five per cent of the
national goal of 20.000,000 to
the Jew? of Europe. Among
the 15 tons of supplies daily
reaching the Mt. Vernon ware-
house of the drive are included
canned food, medical supplies,
clothing, soap, and household
supplies. Sixteen Jewish na-
tional and women's groups are
cooperating with the JDC in
Miami Zionists will double their
efforts next week to sel! at least
15,000 Shekels before May 24,
preparatory to holding elections
for delegates to the World Jewish
Congress.
The Shekel is a certificate of
citizenship in the Zionist move-
ment. All Shekel purchasers who
are over 18 years of age will have
the right to vote for delegates to
the 22nd session of the Congress,
to be held this summer.
Harry Simonhoff, Greater Mi-
ami Shekel chairman, said this
week that announcement of the
voting date and procedure will
be made shortly.
Priced at 50 cents each, Shekels
may be obtained at Simonhoff's
office or at Beth David congre-
gation in Miami. In Miami Beach
they are being sold at the offices
of Jack Burris, Beach Zionist dis-
trict presidents, and by members
of other Zionist organizations
which are cooperating in the
campaign.
Registered members of Zionist
groups automatically are eligible
to vote for Congress delegates.
Federation Makes
Additional Grants
Requests for additional grants
from funds of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal will be made by na-
tional officers of several agencies
at a meeting of Federation's bud-
get committee Monday evening,
Morris Klass, executive director,
announces.
At its last meeting, the com-
mittee approved five allocations
amounting to $5,923.33. Major
grant was $4,500 to finance a
Jewish hospital survey.
Directors of the proposed
$2,000,000 Mt. Sinai hospital for
Miami were to meet yesterday
(CONTINUED PN CAGE 6).

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By ELSIE KRONENFELD
Miss Osheroff to Wed
joining the list of
prospective June
brides is Miss Edith
off, who v
ami Beach their home. Mr
Lipman is a diiector of the uvu ( (^^ ,
We called lane Bronner this Libeities committee in U"S ,H. m,m,,i to 1
week to check on a story and m and Mrs Alfred Stone Moore Boston on.,
^cause we are new and need are in New York where they ,
moral support very badly she wi visi. Architect Charie. .. and
said we could announce her Grec0, whc, is going to desg ,;.
engagement to Louis Snetman. the new Miami Beach Jewisn
The wedding date hasn't been Center building
set but Jane informed us that The AIex Van Straatens flew
the marriage will take place fo Philadelphia Tuesday
very shortly Here from Ntw York to ram
ANNIVERSARIES with her son is Mrs. Julius
The Tides hotel was the scene Srauer. Another hou
of a dinner party to celebrate
the golden wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Barnhard and the silver
wedding of their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Barnhard. Both families
live at 242 Michigan ave.
Howard T Barnhard flew from
Charleston, S. C, where he is at
of Rabbi and Mrs. Grauer is
his aunt. Mrs. Isidor Fogel of
Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Albin. 1826 N. W. 44th
St., who have been spending
Iheii winters here since 1925,
are qoincj to their fummer home M
in Babylon. L. I.... Mrs. Gussie ton. M
Spar is leaving for Monticello. i
\. W. Second
;nr, have recently
annouri
A n sidenl of Mi-
nmi for I
years, M
Oshi r fl native
of New Jersey and
mployi ii as a
tary for a busi-
tunity
firm.
The son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham
medical school, to be with his j N y., to spend the summer
parents and grandparents on mon,hs. She makes her home
The Harry
the occasion
Rosens, the Edward Quartins
and the M. Moses, along with
the Seymour Satins went step-
ping to the Clover Club Wed-
nesday night together because
they all have anniversaries
Statioi WIOD
where
casts thi Yachts-
man i
daily m t, and
The daughter
Carl Rose
ofjfc.
MISS EDITH OSHEHOIT
around that time and decided (
a joint party would be fun. They Abranam Levitan were hosts at
here with her daughter and
son-in-law, the Wallace N.
Maer ... Mr. and Mrs. George- (lu.
Bertman left Monday for a six He >
weeks' vacation in Chicago ... Mi-
(OCALITIES v : iMinni.ict. the tlks club and the American

,\ ,,, | thi AAF, hi studied law at Northeastern university
. I-, rs and radio at Emerson college there. He
To celebrate the birth of their
first grandchild, Mr and Mrs.
took along as their guests Mr. I party jas, Thursday evening has been Aith radio stations in Salem, Mass., and Phoenix,
and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin anal.., lUo-r ,,mp flc,q Commerce Ai
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tishler .
Miss Frances Ginsberg, who
is to be married May 19th to
Nat Tudor, was honored with a
i at their home, 859 Commerce
st. Saturday morning they
gave a kiddush at Beth Jacob.
Their granddaughter, Robin
Elaine Levitan, was born in
Aftei hone; noon in New York and Maine, the couple will
return to Miami.
Miss O ents v ill attend the wedding.
Nat ludor. wasnonoieu wm. Elaine Levitan, was born in
miscellaneous shower Tuesday New York ]as( wegk Charles L0RRAINE WEINBERG DAVIS-EICHENBAUM
eveninq. Hostesses were Miss T_._ evening.
Shirley Rothschild and Mrs
Sam Schaffer Miss Marilyn
Wahlman was the recipient of a
"sweet sixteen" surprise party
Saturday night given by her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs
Harry Schiff, and their daugh-
ter, Eileen Schiff, at the Schiff
home, 4421 Sheridan ave. A
grill supper and patio dancing
were the order of the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. David Lipman
of Chicago are leaving this
week but plan to return in a
couple of months to make Mi-
ROOM AND BOARD
IN PRIVATE HOVE
Given By an experienced practical
nurse to an elderly invalid or
couple. Reasonable. Phone 3-7500.
3t S. W. 20th Ave.
R. Jacobson has invited a,few ANNOUNCFS TROTH
of his triends to a musicale to j AININUUlN^La mum
be given at his home, 1250 N.
W. 55th St., Saturday evening
in recognition of national and
inter-American music week .
Harold Seigel is on leave from
his job with the diplomatic
corps in Washington and will
spend ihe next month or so
visiting his mother and his sis-
ter. Naomi .
THEY WENT TO
HAVANA AND
A couple of weeks ago four
of our local couples took the
boat together to Nassau. They |
jwere Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauf-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Groner, .
Dr. and Mrs. N. Levin and Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Newman. If
you go 10 Havana you will most
CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
A Fall wedding in New York
Mr. M Weinberg, will unite Miss Beverly Davis and
ivi are announc- Irving Eichenbaum. Announce-
thu en ni of their mint is made by the bride-elect's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Larry
Davis, 1355 13th ter., Miami
Beach.
Miss Davis and Mrs. Eichen-
baum will be married on Oct. 12
at the St. Moritz hotel in New
York.
Mr. Eichenbaum is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. I. Eichenbaum of
New York.
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FOR INFORMATION CALL
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MJOC MEN ORGANIZE
First meeting to organize a
Men's club of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation will
be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Schaarei Zedek Talmud
Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. The
public is invited.
n- 2020 S I
was born
Memorial
Edwin, sen of Ur'1
David Heiman M
Pennsylvania Qve>L
nd Mrs. lhJ>*
Euclid ae.. Apia
dred Eve., daugh,^,
Mrs. Edward Arnoldfi
efferson ave,, Apr] j
James uameron.sonij
Mrs. Maxwell wWi
!Snet ,Lois- daughter^
Mrs. James L. WeiJ
Alton rd.. April 13
Fran, daughter of Mi.
Saul Meringofj, 1435']
ave., April 29 ..Nel-
son of Mr. and Ma 3
Levin, 6780 Harding 0,
30 *m
Ellen Susan, dough*]
and Mrs. Isadore RidJ
Washington ave., J
April 14 Ronald j
son cf Mr. and Mn J.
Lieberman, 1764 lefaj
April 14 Sheik
daughter of Mr. _
neyR.Gluck, 15611
April 13 ... Sue Jll
daughter of Mr. and I
old Cohan, 1245 Me
April 11 Willimjl
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L
710 Michigan ave, Apd]
Harry Martin, son i\
Mrs. George Joseph BaL
747 Michigan ave., Am
Jayne, daughter of Mr.*
Alton Rohinsky, 120SI
ave., April 18
man, son of Donald I
Lynskey, 160 S. W.
April 14 .
Frederick Bernard
and Mrs. Joseph Leo!
was born April 4. Hi]
grandson of the Rev. 1
Nathan Wroobel...
Rabbi S. M. Maddd
ated ai the receni Brsq
sons of Mr. and Mnl
Lieberman, Mr.
Center, Mr. and Jb|
Rosenblum, Mr. andl
well Oren, Mr. and!
D Levin and Mr- aaU
mour Frishman.
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PAGE THREE
MEDICAL SCHOOL SPONSORS LAY GROUNDWORK FOR LO CAL CAMPAIGN
ftei
IDSOIB of the local campaign to help build the first medical school in Palestine are shown here as they met May 2 at the National hotel to formulate
tor a fund-raising drive. The local effort will be held in conjunction with a nation-wide campaign for $4,000,000 to finance the proposed non-
an medical school in Jerusalem.________________________ ______________
(See StorY. Page 1)
icil to Honor
Citizens
, United States
I'thf Miami si ction, Na-
Xmol for Jewish Women,
its annual reception at
(Thursday at the YWCA
ni, 108 S. E. Fust ave.
Ihi'ld in a njunction with
I Am An American"
rns. thi reception will
Jibers of the Council's
|ho will take their oaths
Jrnd Tuesday or who be-
Izi ns in November.
Jocrair., under the direc-
Harriet Eppstein,
I, will feature an address
|i< J. 11 Hi ver, inspector
tc of immigration and
Btiun servia s.
on "Fi i edom of the
ill bt ,-ered by Les-
Ih Bain, editor of "The
la" magazine.
tH-1 Belov, teacher of the
will present sev-
|tr pupils, who will read
tea; "Why I Want
ne An American Citi-
i bugler from
I p of the Miami
[i the direction of
ter, will as-
Iments will be served
to which the
ited.
I> of mi will sponsor
Vn An American Day"
May 21 at Bayfront
Downtown Club to Hear
JDA Director Today
Philip Chasin, national director
of the Joint Defense Appeal, and
Jacob Alson. B'nai B'rith officer
of New York, will be guest speak-
ers at the B'nai B'rith Downtown
club luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today
in the Downtown club, Seybold
arcade.
Alson is a prominent industrial-
ist and a past president of the
Metropolitan, N. Y., Council of
B'nai B'iith.
The Joint Defense Appeal is the
financial arm of the Anti Defama-
tion league of B'nai B'rith and the
American Jewish committee.
Anniversary Prompts
Dual Celebration
A combination Mother's Day
program and golden wedding an-
niversary celebration for Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Raff will be held by
the Miami* Women's Auxiliary to
the Jewish Home for the Aged
from 2 till 4 p.m. Sunday at the
Home, 335 S. W. 13th ave.
Board members of the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary and the
men's organization have been in-
vited.
Residents of Miami for a num-
ber of years, Mr. and Mrs. Raff
live at 1441 S. W. Second st.
They will leave Miami June 1
to visit their son in Chalrottc,
N. C. Their daughter will come
from New York to join in cele-
brating the anniversary June 14.
After visiting Charlotte, the cou-
ple will go to New York.
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Florida Rabbis
To Hold Parley
Throe Miamians will address
the eighth annual conference of
the Association of Florida Rabbis
| when it convenes in Jacksonville
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Abraham Cannes, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education, j
will discuss "Jewish Education in
Florida;" George J. Talianoff,
Florida regional director of the j
Anti-Defamation league, will re- j
port on "Our Problems of Anti-
Semitism in Florida," and Dr.
Jacob Kaplan will speak on "Unity
In Israel." Also attending from
Miami will be Rabbis Moses Mcs-
cheloff and Saul B. Appelbaum.
Reports will be made by 18
rabbis of Florida Jewish commu-
nities. A survey is to be made of
curricula of daily Hebrew schools
and Sunday religious schools and
the type of text books being util-
ized in the state.
In his talk on anti-Semitism,
Talianoff will make special ref-
erence to conversionist and re-
vivalist religious teachings in
public schools.
Dr. Kaplan, president of the
state association, will give his
address at a public mass meeting.
Another conference speaker is
Dr. William G. Niederland, psy-
chiatrist and member of the Uni-
versity of Tampa faculty, who
will discuss "The Psychiatric Ap-
proach to Jewish Community
Problems."
A number of papers will be
presented by the rabbis on com-
batting intermarriage, intercultu-
ral education, and inter-city pro-
grams in teacher training and
educational contests.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, of Or-
lando, is secretary-treasurer of
the association. Member commu-
nities are Miami, Miami Beach,
Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach,
Orlando, Sanford, Lakeland, Day-
tona Beach, Tampa, St. Peters-
burg, Jacksonville and St. Aug-
ustine.
Host rabbis in Jacksonville will
be Rabbis Israel Kaplan and Sid-
ney Leikowitz of the Temple and
Rabbi David Panitz of the Jack-
sonville Jewish Center.
Y CONCERT SERIES
TO FEATURE CELLIST
Fourth in the Beach Y's "Little
Concert Scries" will be presented
Monday evening when Gerard
Haft, cellist, will discuss the pie-
classical period in music and play
several illustrative selections.
On May 20, Leon Kushner,
pianist, will deal with the modern
music and on May 29, Mr. Haft
will conclude the series with an-
other talk and illustration of the
modern period.
A collection of prints of Ameri-
can paintings, beginning with the
late 19tn century, is being pre-
pared for exhibition at the Y,
Leo Huberman, chairman of the
Y's cultural committee, recently
announced.
Huberman and Dr. William
Bernstein are in charge of the
exhibit and the concert series.
A dramatics group for adults
has been organized at the Beach
Y under the direction of Myron
Le Boyer. Meetings are held
erery Tuesday evening at the
Y.
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Installation Meeting
Installation of officers will be
the feature of the Beach Hadas-
sah meeting Monday, to be held
at the Blackstone hotel. Serving
of dessert at 1:30 p.m. will pre-
cede the meeting.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman will in-
duct the officers who are headed
by Mrs. Abraham Goodman,
president. Members have been
asked to bring new members as
guests.
Cooperating in the local cam-
paign to collect supplies for over-
Iseas survivors, Hadassah has
j named Mrs. Barney Weinkle
I chairman of its SOS drive. Mrs.
J Weinkle will arrange to pick up
contributions. She may be reach-
led at 5-3764.
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22, at the Miami Y.
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, chairman
of the nominating committee, re-
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+Jewish fhrtftafL
^day, may
Chaplain Describes Passover,
Wedding Among Italian Refugees
Preparations for Passover and boiled eggs each, potatoes, beans,
a wedding in Leghorn. Italy, are lettuce, celery, radishes and mat
described in a letter sent by Chap- zo fried in eggs. For dess. t. "
lain Bernard H. Ziskind to his salad and tea and al1 done
wife recently. Mrs. Z.skind re- kosher equipment, brand
turned to New Bedford. Mass.. from stoves to the spoon
with her daughter. Shulamith. But what > I'was g ejmB"
and son. Jonathan, after visiting all set up and arranged and wnat
her sister. Dorothy Lightman of < work is still befon
Miami Beach. ] Italy for the p onths,
The letter read in part: Chaplain Ziskind expects
Well there was another wed- turn to Iiis pupil in New B. I
ding of two refugees here. Both some time thi
fine understanding people. I have
to know them well. She is
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Florida Director. ADL
was
the
Last month this column
,- the Atlanta Constitution, de-
liver m Atlanta, in which he de-
scribed conditions in *jf%*
Once again we must credit this
fine Southern liberal for material
which comprises the content of
week's column.
The publicity which the
iKlux Klan has received
Miami area has, in t
i opinion, served a
Ku
in the
writer's
constructive j
nuding
Abbott Returns To
Civilian Law Practice
Jack A Abbott, veteran of
three and one-half years in the
Army, will resume the practice
of law Monday in the Sterling
bldg., 927 Lincoln rd.
Flower Day Set
a very understanding Litvak and
attractive. He is a kind Gal
Hasid. i virtually made the wed- p Pj0neer Women
ding for them. I got 15 loaves oi
gefilte fish, two big cans of but-
ter, five cases of Coca Cola, etc.
"All the poor Italian Jews can i
to the wedding. It was in the poor
quarters of the town. In fact, all
of the J. ws with the exception
of the rabbi's son-in-law and a
t, w I thi ar> poor.
"1 am I 'ranging a seder for the
i nt and a few
I have plenty of niatzo. I shall
Snitl I fish and meat
cans:: thi Jewish welfare sup-
plies and I think I
can mat ler for about a
hundred.
Greater Miami chaptei the
W i n's organization
will ci lei rat- Pali tin. I
Day May -';. '" MrSl
Jewish Nati
Fur..: i. rn an.
Although the nation-wide flow-
Sun
rvanc.
so as not to conflict
with tl sal. [Shekels,
t: World Jewish
Congii
Spons : d by the JNF, I
f] v. c: sal is an instrui
nist movem. nt for the
Ipurpose by completely the Klan of whatever alleged
'cloak el respectability it may
have had in by-gone years, and
bv firmly labelling the organiza-
tion as anti-democratic, un-Amer-
,.,a n-Chnstian. With this,
Ralph McGill, one of the Souths
ng journalists and a keen
analyst oi public opinion, is in
complete agreement.
In a particularly forthright edi-
torial printed this week in the
Atlanta Constitution, entitled
>Th. KKK Is Hitler Stuff." Mc-
Gill writes: "In Miami the Chris-
tian minis* rs have denounced
the Klan. So have the civic clubs
: that city. They were anxious
it be known the KKK is neither
Christian noi Protestant. The
same aclion should be laken in
Before entering the service as a
private, Abbott practiced law in
Miami for 13 years. He is a mem-
county.
ida Bar associate
months overs^^i.l
vestigating officer *"
Active ParticiPanlm(
Federation of B'nai Bri
zation activities, r
president of B'r
President ot"n
^e Junior C,IaBm^l
Me was also an oxon,*!
m.ttee member JJSS
LOCAL Ys TOBeSi
CAMP REGISTRAR
With
Miami
thr
e home earr,ps
and Miami
scheduled to
the two enters will
tion of children begi,
nesday.
The Beach Y, whoso
son
card
begins June 17, ^
registration to children of
bers until June l.
The Miami Y homo cam
begin camp activities JuM
Jacob Sher. president
West Flagler Kennel club, I
elected secretary of the |
can Greyhound Track
tors association which i
its charter last week.
"Soi ht refugees are un-1 acquisition of land in Palestine as
all the w rk involved. h property of the Jewis
This will be the second night v d ,, \v ,.<
apart from the seder from the Cluh *"; '.. X.
Jewish military on the first night., organization, will
For that! to buy ;' rhursda> '".......
Americanism but for the Hitler
technique of a secret organization
which ten carry on violence
every stale and community." The against individuals. That pro-
moters, to make money for them-
selves, snould inspire men to vio-
lence in the name of Christians,
rm. rs. It
m one farm
r an I procuring
But they did. The
rabbi th n kosher slaugl tei

skinned them and "traibered"
them.
"So lisjj will
be koshi i ..;.:.
tri e. I mp, about tw
in Beth David.
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An invil tioi
: blic to attend the mem- .
which the M
Hebrew s i< I and Junior Con-
ition will hold Tuesday eve-
ning at r i Bis( ayn. Temple.
Mrs M Ofs .'. itz,
man, ann un that Lois Ann,
Nook H Mau-:
I ] laine Feinl
will b. tarred on the variety
Guests Will be welcomed by
Myr :: Newman, president, who
ivill give a bnei address. Also
lultd to speak is Mrs. Ida .
Bu< kstein.
Refreshmt nts will be served.
A special board meeting has,
i all' d for Sunday afternoon
it th hi me of Sam Rosenblum,
1936 S. \V. 16th st.
entire editorial is worthy of re-
print, but because of its length,
we shall : resent only its high-
I
1 trust the FBI is keeping an
eye i n th< Ku Klux Klan, pro-
which are out beating
I i bushts for suckers who will
pay them S10 each, a net of $8
going to the brother who brings
. kers. This S8 explains
the passi mate zeal of the solici-
tors who go around throwing
is revolting.
"It is HiUerism exactly as Adolf
planned it. It tries to attract
policemen, deputy sheriffs and
others in any official capacity. So
did Hitler. This is dangerous be-
cause it means law enforcement
is partially corrupted and de-
graded.
"I do think the police commis-
mto as many boobs as pos- sion ougnt to oraer policemen not
sible. Very often the promoters j to attcnd meetings in uniform, as
make as much, even in these days | tlu.y have been doing pjctUres
of slim pickings, as S100 a week. have becn made of them The
'Tiny live very well, eating
steaks .-.' I wearing expensive
suits. They are quite proud of
suckers and keep them
needled up by holding meetings
and assuring them they are sav-
ing their country and themselves
from the menace of the Pope of i t'amty>S obscene and sacnleg.ous
Rome, the Negroes. Commun.sts iand a11 "{ us ou8ht to )in in so
J< w.B. The fact that they
to explain, locally, that the
new film which permits taking
i pictures at night without lights
I is wonderful.
"That a lot of hoodlum Hitler-
< like storm troopers should burn
! a Christian cross and claim Chris-
R me they are talking about is
: thost foreign countries and
Rome, Ga., is a complete
characteiizer of about two-thirds
: I: en mi mbership .
"In Tenne see they follow, as
elsewhere, the Hitler SS storm
m the ds. The brave
Hums so intimidated a lone,
poor Jewish woman who had had
id ity to start a small store
::. Redbank, a suburb of Chatta-
nooga, tn; t they seared her right
out of the community and burned
a big cposs to celebrate their
1 : turn manhood. The Klan, it
must be kept in mind, was very
friendly with the German bund
in the East up to the time of the
war.
"You ian put it down that no
real Christian can be a member
of the KKK. It just isn't pos-
The Klan .stands not for
! saying.
"The Klan is just a skeleton
| organization, but its promoters
I are sweating and trying. No
courage is required to denounce
HiUerism. It isn't important
whether Hitler is dead. What is
important is that his philosophy
be dead. It isn't.
"The Klan stands for a revival
of all Hitler stood for. Let's all
recognize that fact and say so in
so many words."
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iThree StarJWam
ctqr nrogram has been
AT hegB'na. B'rith
"* i Ate meeting Tuesday
le" 1 Temple Israel. E. Al-
ffKlot. president, announced
itoon of otiicen of the
"2!"?.apter and presentation
KSSna entitled -Little
knhan N'Hie-"
P^ic Balogh Bain, editor of
lif Week in South Florida"
[Lint, will lead the forum on
^m sponsored by the lodge's
imitWon public affairs ac-
ting to John Kronenfeld,
nuirman.
I Mrs Sam Goldman and other
U obicers of B'nai B'rith
iLn uf Sholcm lodge, will be
Ulkd bv Pallet at 8 p.m.
|AbeAronovitz is director of the
Iramatic production whose plot
flows the old line of soon-due
ktgase. well-heeled villain,
Ut-hearted fair maiden, wid-
pd mother and valliant hero.
[Headlining the cast are Lou
leiman, Sylvia Friedman, Belle
trman, Rose Kasanof, Jerome
tinkle, Barbara Weinkle and
jnne Bromberg.
iPeanuts and popcorn will be
I during the performance.
jion Auxiliary Names
A. E. Reinhard
FPL Rate Cut
Starts June 1
|Mrs. A E. Reinnard will begin
fourth term as president of
i Miami Beach American Leg-
1 auxiliary after she is installed
Jill.
lOfficers to be inducted with
are Mrs. Emily C. Elesner
Mrs. Mary Zenishek, vice
tsidents: Mrs. Simon Aronson,
urer: Mrs. Etta Green, chap-
k Miss Lillian Aionson, his-
Eian; Mrs. Mollie Marcus, serg-
lt-at-arms: Mrs. Edward Gor-
, assistant sergeant-at-arms.
New executive board members
fcMrs. Jack Simon, Mrs. Edward
btkin, Mrs S. Barr Berman,
n will serve with the incum-
hts, Mrs C. Mae Davis, Mrs.
pis K. Green, Mrs. George Mc-
in, Mr. Jack Meyerson and
i Elisn Ehrman.
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Greater Miami will share in a
$2,500,000 statewide electric rate
cut announoed by Florida Power
& Light company today. This
sweeping rate cut affects custom-
ers of all classes and becomes
effective June 1.
Principal beneficiaries will be
the small residential users and
the small stores and shops. These
will get a cut of approximately
$2,000,000. The balance will be
spread over industrial users and
large commercial establishments.
Over 200,000 customers in 321
Florida communities and adjacent
rural territory served by the com-
pany will be affected.
"Despite increased fuel prices
and higher wages granted to meet
increased living costs," Dave Bos-
worth, district manager, said, "a
rate reduction is possible because
of the steady growth of Florida
and the resulting increase in our
business, plus expected greater
economies from the operation of
new and more efficient generat-
ing "plant? now under construc-
tion.
"This is the fifth major rate
reduction made by Florida Power
it Light company since it was
organized in 1925. Based on the
new rates, the average rate to be
paid by residential customers will
be only half as much as-the aver-
age rate in J934."
All of the company's 177,000
residential users will benefit from
the new rates with the largest
savings going to those who now
pay monthly bills of around $5
or lower. Nearly three-fourths of
the company's residential custom-
ers are in this group and savings
will average 13 per cent.
Reduction in commercial and
small power rates will benefit 85
per cent of the company's com-
mercial and small power users.
Of these, 27,000 smaller commerc-
ial establishments, such as small
stores, shops, garages and the
like, will get reductions averag-
ing more than 20 per cent. Two
thousand others will get reduc-
tions averaging 13 per cent.
"These new rates and our $24,-
000,000 expansion program go
hand in hand," said Bosworth.
"We are building four large, new
generating units with combined
capacities of 120,000 kilowatts
(160,000 horsepower) and this is
greater than the maximum de-
mand on our entire system prior
to 1940. You can see we are
planning for a lot of growth. I
don't know of any better way to
demonstrate our faith in the fu-
ture of Florida."
New industrial and pumping
rates announced by the company
last month reduced the bills of
540 customers by $313,000 annu-
ally.
JekMkijJfor,
MIAMIANS TO SHARE
FOOD WITH EUROPE
A can of food will admit Mi-
ajnians to a "share the food" rally
Monday evening in Bay front
pa.k, ,W,?b8ter Wallace, and Mrs.
Muriel Hirsch, Miami and Miami
Beach chairmen of the campaign
have announced.
Representatives of civic and re-
ligious oiganteationa will partici-
pate in the rally to collect food
for destitute Europe. A musical
program will be presented.
The local collection is part of a
'country-wide food and fund col-
lection which will begin Sunday
Secretary of Commerce Henry A.
Wallace heads the national effort.
PAGE FIVE
Month at Camp Awaits
Winners of Contest
MYERS. KLASS CHOSEN
Stanley C. Myers, retiring presi-
dent of the Dado county Council
of Social Agencies, was named
to the board of directors at the
annual meeting Tuesday.
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, was elected secretary
of the agency.
Dade Chapter To Hold
Mother's Day Program
Annual Mother's Day program
of the Dade chapter, National
Children's Cardiac Home, will be
held from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Home,
4250 W. Flagler st.
The entertainment will include
recitations by students of Miss
Lenore's school. They are Jen-
niene Snigen, who will present
"Mother Knows Best;" Sandra
Bayer, "Read Me the Funnies;"
Joy Brickner, "Rest Cure," and
Charmaine Sam, "Dime Store
Demonstration."
Mrs. Benjamin Wolfe, chair-
man of the afternoon, announces
that the public is invited to at-
tend.
Home Auxiliary Seeks
Workers for Project
Seeking assistants to carry out
the summer project of the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged is
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president.
Mrs. Sherry has asked members
to contact Mrs. Benjamin Appel,
4430 Royal Palm ave., phone
5-7226, or Mrs. Benjamin Feld,
639 West ave., phone 5-5501, to
enlist their services.
Funds raised by the auxiliary
support the Home in Miami.
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business urder the fictitious name of
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the City "i Miami Beach, Florida, in-
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thi- Clark "l the Circuit Court. Dade
Countv, Florida.
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Miami Beach, Florida,
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Early Ri4nrcrtion* Suggested
The Brandeis Camp essay con-
test being conducted by the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission has evoked an inter-
est among the young people of
this area. The contest, which is
open to permanent residents of
Greater Miami, between the ages
of 18 and 25, calls for an essay
not exceeding 500 words on the
subject, 'What is the Responsibil-
ity of American Youth to Pales-
tine?" The prizes are two four-
week scholarships to the Brandeis
Camp institute at Winterdale, Pa.
The commission has issued the
following statement in regard to
the purposes and aims of the con-
test and the function of the Bran-
deis Camp institute:
"The continuing vitality of the
Zionist ideal depends upon the
discovery and development of
dynamic leadership, recruited
from the ranks of American Jew-
ish youth. The commission feels
that, through the medium of
Brandeib Camp essay contest
which is being held during the
period Irom May 1 to May 25,
potential leaders among the young
people of this area may be found,
and that their latent talents can
be encouraged and fostered by the
inspiring program which the
prize winners will receive from
the scholarships granted them at
the Brandeis Camp institute."
Essays should be sent to Bran-
deis Camp Essay Contest, care of
Bureau of Jewish Education, Con-
gress bldg., Miami, Fla., and will
be judged on a basis of original-
ity and freshness of viewpoint,
understanding of current Jewish
problems and literary ability. All
manuscripts must be typewritten
on one side of paper only and
become the property of the
Greater Miami Zionist Youth
commission.
JSSB Announces
Annual Meeting
Expansion of membership in
the Jewish Social Service bureau
will be dealt with at a special
board meeting to be held at 8
p.m. Tuesday at Beth David, ac-
cording to Charles Cohen, execu-
tive director of the family ser-
vice agency.
A report of the membership
and interpretations committee
will be given by Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, chairman.
Annual meeting of the bureau's
general membership has been set
for Tuesday evening, May 21, at
the city recreation hall at the
north end of Biscayne park. Nine
board members are to be elected
at that time.
Arrangements for the meeting
are being made by James Kopelo-
witz, chairman; Al Quadow and
Mrs. Eva Plant.
PEPPER INVITED
Senator Claude Pepper has
been invited to speak al the
July meeting of Sholcm lodge,
B'nai B'rith, Charles R. Jacob-
son, executive secretary, an-
nounced this week.
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VOLUME 19
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, May 10, 1946
NUMBER 19
1YAR 9, 5706
SOSSOS, a fammar-callSu?c? rarely iails .0 bring home and sharply the feeling of impending tragedy, has been sounded
?n our midst. This time the call plead, for food nd c'* ^
necessary in an unequalled measure to save from extinction
the lone survivors of Hitler's ruthless
?xtermination program
vorspresents a more
definhe dSKVan e7e7 Wore" to Americans everywhere
Heretofore we were asked to give aid to alleviate conditions
during a period of persecution and destruction. We know tha
a successful SOS campaign insures the continued living, of
millions by rendering aid at a time wh?n American help can
reach them and save them. Purveyors of life itself, we can
prevent starvation, disease, cold and death.
Maintaining ourselves with the highest standard of living
existing anywhere, this SOS call will make little dent in our
way of life. Supplies for Overseas Survivors--clothing, medical
supplies, miscellaneous items, and infants and children's needs
food and more foodmust be obtained to meet this unprece-
dented demand.
Local committees are now actively collecting these items
for shipment, to be made under the auspices of the national
Joint Distribution Committee. Depots in tho synagogues, schools
and many other convenient places, hav? been set up.
Miami will come through as always. The SAVE OUR
SOUL call will be answered with Supplies for Overseas Sur-
vivors.
Dr. Wise Attacks
Attlce Comment
ADDITIONAL GRANTS
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afternoon with Baron de Hixsch
Meyer :o formulate plans for
the survey.
NEW YORK (JTA)Charging Other additional Federation
that Prime Minister Attlee's giants were:
statement "cancels in advance the I 1. B'nai B'rith Wider Scope
entire report of the Anglo-Ameri- (including Hillel and other activi-
can committee," Rabbi Stephen S. ties allied with B'nai B'rith): $950.
Wise sail this week that Attlee 2. Bureau of Jewish Education:
has dealt with the problem "not $833.33.
in the manner of statesmanship, 3. National Council of Jewish
but after the fashion of a huck- 4. American Association of Jew-
ster deaing with some matter of ish Education: $50.
exchange and barter."
While describing as "most
gratifying" the recommendation
by the Inquiry committee that
100,000 Palestine immigration
certificates be allotted immedi-
ately 10 Jews in Europe who
have suffered from Nazi and
fascist persecution. Drs. Abba
lu.lei Silver and Stephen S.
Wise, joint chairmen of the
Zionist Emergency Council,
pointed out thai the report con-
tains some recommendations
for the permanent solution of
the Palestine problem which
"clearly deny Jewish historic
rights and aspirations with re-
spect to Palestine and can never
be accepted by the Jewish peo-
ple."
Federations: $590.
At the budget meeting Monday
night, representatives of the
Ameri Ort Federation, the
Joint Defense Appeal and three
or four other national agencies
are expected to make requests
for funcij.
SMATHERS VICTORY;
RUNOFFS ^SLATED
Corgo Smathers 32-year-old
Marine veteran, handed Rep. B
Cannon his first defeat m eight
years m the primary elections
TTndthe'hottest fight of the; elcc-
t.ons, Smathers won the fourth,
district congressional post by a
2-to-l vote. Spessard L. Holland,
Florida's wartime governor, re-
ceived a one-sided victory for the
vacancy in the U. S. Senate.
Only local runoffs up for the
Democratic second primary in
Dade county May 28 will be for
one legislative and one school
board post. Candidates for two
state offices will also have run-
offs. ...
Incumbent C. W. Peters will
l.,er Bill Lantaff in the contest
for state legislature from group
three and Charles G. Turner,
school board chairman, will face
James A. Henderson. Judge Paul
D. Bains and W. Raleigh Pette-
way will try for the vacancy in
the state supreme court, while
Wilbur C. King and F. D. Akin
will be opponents in the railroad
commission contest.
In group one, R. B. Gautier. jr.,
succeeded in nosing out George
S. Okeil, incumbent state repre-
., nt..me Rep. Richard "Chubby"
Oelkers, jr., was returned to the
legislature in a smashing victory.
The school board post in district
one went to Harley G. Collins.
Glenn C. Mincer was renomi-
nated state attorney and Jerry
W. Cartel was reelccted in the
railroad commission in group two.
Only three of the eight pro-
posed Dade county improvement
bond issues were approved by
freeholders in Tuesday's referen-
dum. They were the $400,000
juvenile home, the $250,000 tu-
berculosis wing for the county
hospital at Kendall, and the
$100,000 expansion and moderni-
zation project at the Old Folks'
home.
raiDAY. may
io,
_______.--------------TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
____By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
For
Rabbi Zwitman Back
JWB TO SERVE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
LOCAL DRIVE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
tropical diseases of the Middle
East can become a widespread
health hazard in these days of
quick transportation unless train-
approved by the JWB included:
! 1. Providing JWB field service
for France and Latin America.
2. Assistance t Jewish commu-
nitii rseas in selecting and
trainin apable young people to
become Jewish center workers by
organizing a system of in-service
training ,11 the United States. 3.
Translation of JWB's cultural ma-
terials into Spanish and French.
4. Organizing a program of inter-
change 01 correspondence and vis-
its by Jewish youth abroad and
youth from Jewish centers in the
United Stetes and Canada. 5. Ex-
tension of the services of the
JWB Lecture and Concert bu-
Rcccntly discharged from the
Army after serving as a chap-
lain, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
arrived in town this week with
his wife and two sons to re-
establish his home here.
Until June 15 Rabbi Zwitman
will not leturn to the pulpit of
Temple Israel from which he re-
ceived a leave of absence three
years ago to served the armed
forces.

During the next few weeks, he
will tour Florida, Georgia and
Alabama for the $100,000,000
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
In various Southern cities he will
relate his experiences in Manila,
where he helped the Jewish com-
FLASH ...
Watch the League
Peace With Justice In Palw-
,ine" with headquarters ai 345
Madison avenue. New York
ci,T ... It U an interfailh
front (Arab, Christian, Jewish)
for anti-Zionist propaganda by
the Arab league. Benjamin
H. Freedman is a "Repreeenta-
tiv* of cooperative persons of
the Jewish faith. ." we have
suspicion as to who these
"persons of the Jewish faith"
might be. More next week. ..
WELL DONE .
Jewish social service is a field
full of grief as most professionals
will tell you. Occasionally,
though, intelligent lay people do
something which heartens the
paid workers who labor hard for
the common weal without grati-
tude. The other evening down
in Jacksonville, Fla., leaders of
the Jacksonvile Community coun-
cil presented their executive di-
rector, William I. Boxerman, with
a certificate for the purchase of
a new automobile in tribute to
his successful administration of
the organization. .
UNDESERVED FREE RIDE .
When Joseph Cardinal Mind-
szenthy, primate of Hungary, was
recently refused passage to Rome,
an American army plane trans-
ported him to the Vatican .
Now the Cardinal "paid back"
our democracy for its generous
gesture by demanding that Jews
in Hungary be withdrawn from
positions in the police and peo-
ples' court Mindszenthy dis-
graces the office of Cardinal, and
the American military command-
er who gave him a free ride
should blush But does he?
UNUSUAL DIPLOMAT .
Jan Galewicz, the new Polish
consul in New York, is perhaps
America's most interesting mem-
ber in the consular corps .
S. L. Schneiderman tells us that
this 35-year-old diplomat is one
of Europe's most notable under-
ground fighters ... He escaped
by a split second death in a gas
chamber He lost his wife, his
brother and his sisters His
father died before his very eyes
during ihe uprising in the War-
saw ghetto His exploits as a
guerilla fighter in Poland read
like a Hollywood thriller. He
stood on the ramparts of Warsaw
... He was a prisoner in Treb-
linka camps Handsome and
dynamic, he is an untiring worker
. There is only one thing he
can no longer do And that
is to smile .
QUESTION .
Is it true that the news letter
munity raise funds to rebuild its
synagogue and was instrumental'of the Russian State party, os-
ed personnel is continually avail- I ^., f"atln American Jewry.
.. ... |o- Stimulation by the JWR nf
able to control these diseases at
their source.
visits and lectures by Yiddish
speakinj. American rabbis to
Latin America.
"During the years of Nazi op-
pression," he continued, "tens of
thousands of ill and underfed ref-1 Newsreels are now reaching an
ugees found a haven in Palestine, I estimated world wide weekly
and it is the hope of every humane audience of two hundred million
in obtaining medical supplies for
refugees.
Immediately upon his return to
the United States, Rabbi Zwit-
man was asked by the UJA to
tell the story of Jewish life in the
Philippines, only area in the
Pacific, outside of Shanghai,
where a sizeable Jewish popula-
tion resides.
Fratority To Entertain
Biltmore Patients
man and woman that large num-
bers of the survivors who are still
in detention camps will be per-
mitted to emigrate to Palestine.
Many of them are suffering from
the ravages of tuberculosis and
other deficiency diseases. All
will need the best medical care.
A medical teaching center that
will supply trained personnel for
the tremendous task of physical
rehabilitation and public health
is a primary essential in a world
trying to recover from tyranny
and war."
people due to their translation
into more than a dozen languages
and showings in 47 foreign coun-
tries, Harry Lawrenson, foreign
editor of Fox Movietone News
reveals. With Movietone as his
basis for audience estimates, Law-
renson says that the 50 leading
newspapers of the world don't
reach nearly as many people as
one newsreel. The newsreel
scenes of the United Nations se-
curity conferences were shown in
London enly two days after they
were made! '
Patients of the Biltmore Army
hospital will be entertained by
the Temple Beth Shoom Fratority
Sunday evening at the Temple,
according to Harriet Getz.
Mel Murray, "king of the
boogie-woogie," and stars of tbe
Kitty Davis show have volun-
teered to appear on the program.
Other night club stars- are also
expected.
Refreshmentsfrom champagne
down to cold cutshave been
donated by Miami Beach mer-
chants.
Serving on the arrangements
committcr with Miss Getz are
Larry Mitnick and Stanley Perl-
stein, who have announced that
non-members will lie charged 75
cents admission at this affair.
tensibly published by one Ruth
Fischer in New York, enjoys the
support of several prominent com-
munal leaders who pose as lib-
erals? The news letter is the
most rabid World War III propa-
gandist sheet we know of .
VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY .
Congratulations to the Central
(Ontario) division of the Canad-
ian Jewish Congress. It achieved
a brilliant legal victory when
Justice Keiller Mackay, of the
supreme court of Ontario, handed
down a decision rendering "void
and of no effect" a restrictive
clause in a land sale cm,-
which stipulated that ik. ,
was "not to be sold to jL,
persons of objectionable nal
ahty".. The Canadian 2
Congress, by permission 0
court, became a party of the u.
proceedings on behalf of the?
ish community fj. '
fought the case through and w
... If you are interested in 1
case, get the book, "A Victo
For Democracy," published bvt
Canadian Jewish Conerew
READERS GUIDE ..
"All For Mankind" is the till
of Leon Blum's book, wUen,
a Nazi concentration camp
will be published this fall"",
Do you know that the Hebrd
Union college library posl^
one of the finest collections,
editions and translations of 1
Talmud? It is certainly I
finest in this country and mclu
the earliest and very latest 1
tions of this monumental wort
"Le Flambeau" (The Torah)
the name of the French yea
publication of Yeshiva univei
... Its 1945 issue, just out, i
tures a moving article by &
Robert Gamzon on French Jew.
youth during the war ... It (
serves wide publication in
lish Incidentally "Le Fla
beau" is, in our opinion, the 1
edited college publication
America ... A representing
exhibition of modern art
among them Harkavy, Ra
thai, Soyer, Walkowitz, Reissi
Zucker just opened at the
Thenen studio, New York rid
Ann Rosen, New York artist, w|
honored at a tea when her 1
cently completed portrait of!
Dorothy Cutler, president ol I
North Shore Council of Jews'
Women, was exhibited ... It i
one of a series she is doing on |
cross-section of Jewish figures 0
the American scene ... Alb
David Butler's poem, "In
moriam," about Nazi victims. (
serves publication ... We
send it to the first editor wi(
requests it
PERSONALITIES .
Charlie Chaplin may have I
undergo a major operation ail
near future ... A New Ya
veterans' group gave a post*
award to Shmulke Bernstein,!
East Side delicatessen owner.
Shmulke shipped more than
000 salamies to the boys ova]
seas ... It is reasonably cert
that Rabbi Nathan Pcritmani
be chosen rabbi of CongregaU
Emanuel in New York
Rev. Dr. H. Goldenson will I
made rabbi emeritus before 1
. Col. Backhouse, chief pr<
cutor at the Belsen war cru
trial, speaking of Josef Krr
the "beast of Belsen," hange
the murder of tens of thou
of Jews, called him "an extra
nice fellow" and then added,
an ordinary decent man ca
in the Nazi system
, We sin
not forget the colonel's sta
of decency Hamilton
Jr.. is preparing to regain
in Congress **L
backer is Robert Harna._ 1. W
York businessman notor.otf
his support of Father Cou
(Copyright. 1M6, ft von Art.
Byndkatt)
Beach Boy to Attend
U. S. Military Academy
Herbert Roth, jr., 17, has been
appointed to the United States
Military academy at West Point
on the basis of a competitive ex-
amination for Reserve Officer
Training corps members.
Son of the Herbert Roths, 3100
N. Bay rd., he is commanding
officer of ROTC at the Manlius
school, Manlius, N.Y. He will en-
ter the military academy in July
following his graduation from
Manlius.
Y House Council Hold*]
Basketball Game, Da
A basketball-game between
Senior and Junior VarsUy
of the Miami Y will p.**
monthly House Council\W*
be held Saturday evening-
Game time is set for 8 P*
the Y, with the dance
to start an hour l.*
to Evelyn Pollach. House
committee chairman. .
Admission to the ^
cents, stag or drag.


*Je*lsHk>rktlan
PAGE SEVEN
.^TaTvards will be
^Ztach Y Saturday
*!J&* ^0 Randy
Wf fSviUes'dlrector.
^lanSk>,1 h who has done most
P'CSenHto tJc. most co-
*" S e in Y activities
f&t ttj prCSent
George
Kttl
llor of his son
thrf aWa,d- i^phy, l
A
feSSiS winner of Ik.
SS and dancing will
^tafung,
hrard last yew
IfcTthC pr"g
CONGREGATION GETS
ICPA APPROVAL
Hcation of Beth Tfilah
.[,,, t0 build a $30,000
cue 8t 933 Euclid ave., has
approved by the voluntary
"production adrninistra-
hcui committee Earle, J.
fcobbms. district CI'A chief, an-
Lr.ced early this week.
TThe congregation, at present, is
tine in a store building on
, st Miami Beach.
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 2)
likely see a lot of familiar faces
for each Monday we hear of so
many Miamians weekending
there Mrs. Norman Roths-
child flew down last Friday to
join her husband there. They
returned home Monday morn-
ing very early That week-
end Mr. and Mrs. Al Wise and
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wise were
seen there too, as was Harvey
Leitman. When I called ta find
out if the Wises were really
down in Cuba, they told me that
they had run into the Hy Kays
and the Steve Barnetts. The
Maurice Cromers celebrated
their first annivearsary with a
five-day trip to Havana. With
them weie Mrs. Cromer's bro-
ther and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Berstein, and a honey-
moon couple from New York,
Mr. and Mrs. Eli M. Goldberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lehman
have bought a home on 44th st.
off Miami ave. New resi-
kosher market to be located at
S. W. 10th st. and 27th ave____
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
left this week for Hot Springs,
Ark., for a month's stay. Also
in Hot Springs for a vacation
are Mr. und Mrs. H. U. Feibel-
man .
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn of
Elizabeh, N. J., former Miami
residents, are visiting here.
Nathan Adelman and Mr. Kahn
spent the weekend inyes,
Cuba Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Werman will leave Sun-
day for Brooklyn, where they
will spend four months at then-
home, 3335 Bedford ave. While
there they will attend the mar-
riage of their grandson, Stanley
Werman, to Miss Rene Davis,
of New York, on June 9th .. .
MORE GOINGS ON
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand
will be in Philadelphia Sunday
where the doctor will attend a
meeting of the American Col-
MRS. HIRSCH
BETH JACOB WOMEN
REELECT PRESIDENT
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNKX RepreeentaJiTe
Mr and Mrs. Kaufman left re-
Ulv 'or their home in New
tort Mr. Kaufman is schoehet
r the local community and has
feo served as bal tefilah for Tem-
lle Beth El.
Mrs. Lillian R. Selis is visiting
her former home in New Haven,
Conn.
J Lilian Mete, Faye Canter, Han-
Lh Blumberg and Carol Grob-
kn have been elected to repre-
fent the B'nai B'rith Stars at the
(Tnai B'rith youth organizations'
innual district convention in Mi-
mi June, 23 through 25.
Ben Friedman has returned to
his job as maintenance employee
at Morrison field air base. Mr.
Friedman has been convalescing
for several months from a heart
ailment.
J. Seleznick, of Gardenia st.,
i left for New York for the
tamer,
I Louis Sehut7T has
pom a recent illness.
recovered
I Isadore and Arch Issacowitz
md Mendel Friedman have re-
i from a three weeks' stay
i Miami.
sju ......------.....---- iuhuu ui ine /American uoi-
dents of Miami are Mr. and iego o{ physicians. Dr. Rand
Mrs. Benjamin Adler who have expects tc return next week, but
moved here from Red Bank, N. Mr8 Rand will be away for sev-
I. With them are their two erai more weeks. ..Mrs. Arlene
sons, veterans of combat duty. Richter is visiting her mother
Esrrly nex month, the boys will, anc; father-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
associate with their father in a j. a. Richter. She will return
| to Atlanta May 24th. The ADL
office has a new secretary, Miss
Selma Steigman Mrs. A. J.
England, 300 E. San Marino dr.,
entertained a group of ladies
at a luncheon Monday noon
at the Roney Plaza .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kaplan
of Fall River, Mass., are plan-
ning to move to Miami. Their
two sons will come with them.
A daughter already lives here.
She is Mrs. Harry Stone. Mrs.
Stone's brother, Norman Kap-
lan, has just gotten out of the
Army after three years of ser-
vice. He was in five major
combats und has several deco-
rations. The other brother is
Robert Kaplan Stanley W.
Platkin, ARM 2-c, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward A. Platkin,
1612 Meridian ave., has been
discharged from the Navy.
Platkin, whose father is com-
mander-elect of the American
Legion Miami Beach post 85,
was stationed at Tinian and
received the Air Medal.
Mrs. Jack Hirsch was unani-
mously roelected president of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood at a meet-
ing Tuesday evening. She will
be installed June 2 with the fol-
lowing, who were elected with
her:
Mrs. Anna Berow, Mrs. Paulina
Chill, Mrs. Harry Genet, and Mrs.
Rose Weiss, vice presidents; Mrs.
Sam Schachno, recording secre-
tary; Mis. Irving Genet, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky, social secretary.
Also, Mrs. Rose Hertz Hayes,
treasurer; Mrs. Louis D. Feder,
financial secretary; Mrs. Moses
Krieger, parliamentarian, and
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, chaplain.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Jackson and
daughter, of 736 M. St., have re-
turned to their home in New
Rochelle, N.Y.
After spending the winter here,
Max Kleiger has departed for his
home in New Jersey.
Sholem Women
Aid FDR Library
B'nai B'rith Women of America
nave contributed $27,670 for the
establishment of the Roosevelt
Four Freedoms library as a me-
morial lo the late president, it
has been announced in Washing-
ton by the Women's Supreme
council.
Of that amount, $126 was given
by the P'r.ai B'rith Women of
Sholem lodge, Miami.
The library is to be established
at the national B'nai B'rith Hillel
headquarters at the University of
Illinois. It will contain docu-
ments, books and manuscripts
dealing with political, economic,
social and religious principles of
human freedom from ancient
times to the present. Efforts will
be made to assemble objects of
art and other materials symbolic
of the Four Freedoms.
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, retir-
ing president of the Sholem lodge
women's division, reported that
the local contributions were made
in two $63 checks, in memory of
the fact that President Roosevelt'
died at the age of 63.
The memorial library has been
adopted as a permanent project
of the national women's organi-
zation.
UNIVERSITY SORORITY
TO FETE MOTHERS
Twenty-five million American
students were reglarly buying
Savings Bonds and stamps by
1945.
Sch
ier memorial hall was re-
ly rci-.ovated. A new drinking
itain and linoleum were in-
died. Alterations were made by
Beth El Sisterhood under the
supervision of Mrs. Irving Kap-
LFA
FOR THE BEST EN
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WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
M I ZELL-S I M O N
MORTUARY
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<13 Hibiicus Street Phon 8121 W. Palm Beach, Fla.
A Mother's Day tea will be
given at 2 p.m. Sunday by the
University of Miami chapter of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at the
home of Miss Lorraine Gartner,
4912 Pinetree dr. Active mem-
bers, alumnae and their mothers
have been invited.
Alumnae who attend without
their families will act as substi-
tute mothers" for members living
at the university. Sorority pledges
will give skits and sing the first
official presentation of the song,
"Sister True," written by Miss
Selma Eibinder.
Mrs. Frederick Grossberg was
elected clean of the alumnae as-
sociation at the official inaugural
meeting held Saturday at Miss
Gartner's home.
Also selected were Mrs. Arthur
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Rood, West Palm Beach
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LAINHART & POTTER
,_Im ESTABLISHER 1893
BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Pahn Beach. Fla.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
ftrt^^ Sarrlno Palm Beach County, meturtafl tba
\I_V^C Nationally Tmmxu Southern Delrlea Pro-
2" MAM duct* and lea Cream.
"* AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
- J. England, sub-dean; Miss Gart-
He ( ner, scribe, and Mrs. Jesse Spirer,
will enter the University of Mi- treasurer.
ami this fall T-5 Louis Ga-1 Mrs. David D. Pollack was ap-
don has returned to Miami fol- pointed chairman of the public
lowing his discharge from the, relations committee,
Army. Eighteen of his thirty
months' service were spent in
France, Belgium and Germany.
Before entering the Army he
was a Hebrew teacher at Beth
David Miss Joan Ruth
Sternberg is home from the
WAVES. She is the dauqhter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stern-
berg, 1240 15th st. Home
with no definite plans for the
future is Milton Stahl, who has
just received his discharge from
the Army after 28 months of
service. He is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Edward Stahl, 244 N.
W. 11th st. His sister is Shirley
Stahl Roval Jonas, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas,
owners of the Greystone hotel,
has received his discharge from
the Navy He won the Purple
Heart in Okinawa 10 days after
getting there. He expects to
return to the University of Ala-
bama this fall and continue his
studies.
Louis Gordon, 2027 S. W.
Sixth st, is planning a visit to
his children in Chicago. While
there, he will attend the wed-
ding of his nephew. Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon are entertaining a
house guest, Mrs. Frances New-
berger o! the Windy City, for
a few weeks.
Harold Stone, as her assistant.
Mrs. Jean Lehman will head
the social committee which in-
cludes Mrs. Jack Courshon, Miss
Esther Liberman. Mrs. Sol Leslie,
chairman, and Mrs. Stone and
Miss Edith Cohen comprise the
by-laws committee.
Meetings will be held the first
Saturday of each month and all
alumnae of the sorerity who re-
side in Greater Miami are in-
vited to join, Mrs. Grossberg an-
nounced.
Three graduating seniors. Miss
Faye Frackman, Miss Edith Cohen
and Miss Lorraine Gartner, were
installed as members at the last
meeting.
BPW TO ELECT
Business and Professional Wom-
en of Hadassah will elect new of-
ficers at a meeting Monday eve-
ning at the Beach Y.
The slate of officers to be ap-
proved includes Frances Cooper,
president; Frieda Shifman and
Use Frankel. vice presidents;
Esther Sussman, recording secre-
tary; Rheba Shapses. assistant
recording secretary; Nan Bern-
stein, corresponding secretary;
Sadye Alexander and Ella Good-
man, assistant corresponding sec-
retaries; Edythe Fleisher, treas-
urer, and Anne Patz, financial
secretary.
A CORNY
RIOT!
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=2^L^Y 10.
Your Personal Problems
By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D.
Director. Counselling Service. Detroit. Mich.
Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail
as far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions and a
stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care I
The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida.
A Sharp Break Is Always the Best Solution
"I have been going with a
'young man for six years. We
hope to gel married. Each year
we seem less and less able to
come 1c a decision. We enjoy
each other's company very
much. He has several very bad
habits but doesn't think enough
of me to give them up. I won't
marry him unless he does. I
don't want to hurl him by
breaking off. Would he change
after we gel married?"T.V.
Of course he won't change. You
want a inircle to happen. You
ing a man over although many
try. But very few women will ad-
mit that it cannot be done.
Can you judge the possibilities
by the goals you have set for
your marriage? Is it your idea
that a man should conform to his
wife's desires? Most men like
to believe they run the homo and
family, whether they actually do
or not. They do not like H
to be dominating. They i
their wives' attempt to be boss.
Face the Issue
It seems to me that if you can-
seem to want the pleasure of each not reach a decision in
other's company. Both of you you have one of two choices. It
seem undecided whether youi I ,;iV(, p person.
want each other for the rest of \' ]nVt.nturv of Doth yourself
y0U/ .k- v, ic and your fiance. It would be
If you love this man as he is."
marry him. If you don't love him
helpful lo discuss your marriage
. plans with a number of pi
'skilled in personality and
as he is. whv pretend? Why pro
long the agony of indecision Jou ; ^ tQ
will be most unhappy trying to p
mold a man to your specifications., discussion or with-
The long, r you wait the.harder breflk
will be to make a change either ^ yQur
in voursolf or in him. And the B ,
, ., ,,,,;l,aj problem is to make a decision and
longer you wait, the less likelihood .
you will marry him or any-
one e
Y u must make a decision on
these "bad habits." If they are
'to stick to it. You fear that the
i decision will not be easy or that |
>it is impossible Everything de-
pends o" your judgment of
intolerable to you. there is ;vhfhcr f.hese ,hfab'ts are imP?r"
..... iage. Your n?U10'/ M these are major
frill It c ll'hx- tin \-<\% ir-ccilf t- -> lif.i
faults, why tie yourself to a life
:,:.'"vw^n.llv!th them- Why take on a mar-
If they are so r,a*e w"h known handicaps.' If
Is or strangi rs cannot help
I an
them.
strong! le to you that
life v. them will be unbear-
able, you will not b< abli to for-
pet them Maybe they are of
little in portance. Perhaps you
ing 'hem as an excuse not
to get married.
Your fiance's parents spent
twenty years and more to change
him from a human animal to a
human Yours did the
By age twenty or twenty-five.
they are minor, your answer is
also before you. No one can make
the decision for you.
Whatever you do. don't prolong
the misery for both of you. Ex-
amine the case, pretending it be-
longs to someone else. Get help if
necessary Then make your dl ci-
sion and stick to it. There is more
*o living than vicarious thrills.
thrills. Both of you are better off
either -ingle or married than
your habits are well determined. you are engaged but not married.
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EDITOR TO HEAD
JOURNALISM GROUP
Committee to Plan
Aid to Refugees
A luncheon meeting of the ref-
LLCommittee of the Jewish
!;T,h th.-Nat,,nal Refugee service
PrS,, of the committee .je
M., Harriet Eppstein Mrs. Nat
WMiams, Mrs. Monte Sel.g M s.
Max Fmkelstcin, Max Oioyitz.
Habbi Max Shap.ro SanleyC
Myers and Morns Klaff- V n
win meet with Charles B. Cohen.
JSSB director
Over 400 displaced persons for
whom NBS has made visa jd
transportation arrangement were
scheduled to embark from Brc
:,r,-, United States. Joseph
E Back. I xecutive director of,
OTis reported to the Jewish
lian early this week
| The immigrants were to travel
'on the SS Marine Flasher, first
ship beating postwar .mm.Rrants
from the occupied zones of Ger-
many undet President Truman s
directive. '
'Processing" of the applications
has now reached a point, Mr
I Beck said, where within the next
few days many relatives and
friends in the United States will
be asked to put up funds for
., mshiP fans. Relatives arc,
being notified individually as the ;
names ar< rec< ived from abroad,
Mr Beck said. In most cases, he
said these p< >ple had indicated
in advance their willingness to
defray the cost of immigration of
kin who survived the Nazi terror.
On their arrival here, Mr. Beck
said, the newcomers will be pro-
vided with the long-established
services of the NRS, financed by
the $100.1.00.000 campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal for 1946.
This program, enlisting the co-
operation of local committees and
agencies in 1,000 communities
throughout the country, has al-
ready served in the adjustment of
250,000 tefugees from Nazism who
have found haven in the United
St.it, s since 1933. most of whom
are now American citizens.
Beth David Women
To Elect Wednesday
Election meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will be held
Wednesday afternoon at the syna-
gogue auditorium, Mrs. Jack Au-
gust, president, announces.
A slate of officers will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Harry Markowiti,
chairman of the nominating com-
mittee, j
Refreshments will be served
from 1:30 to 2 p.m. preceding the
meeting.
Beth David will hold its annual
Sunday school picnic May 19 at
Grevnold'" park. Parents are be-
ing invited to attend with theit
children.
Beth Sholom Women
To Hold Installation
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will be
installed .is president of the Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Sisterhood at a
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Shelborne hotel.
Also to be honored with the
officers are Mrs. Charles Tobin
and Mrs. Leon Ell, honorary pres-
idents.
Reservations for the affair are
being taken by Mrs. Murray
Maurer, 5-3558, and Mrs. Joseph
person.
ANNUAL MEiSng^|
Annual meeting 0f the ,
Miami Jewish Federatim,
held Thu,*lay. May70 "*'
Dobrin, chairman of **
ments, has announced.
Election of officers and Dtw
tation of Federation's an!
port will be the business!
meeting. Max Orovit!** '
Present of the community i
raising organization.
A dance will f0now ^
ness session.
HILLEL STUDENTS
ELECT LEADERS
Fern Matros was reek-
president of the Universe
Miami Hillel foundation at,,
cent meeting.
Elected with her were n
taplan. vice president: SueLw
corresponding secretary u
Walter recording s'ecret,
Morty Galowitz, treasurer.
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority wn
conduct Friday evening serw,
at the Hillel house this e\tik
with Larrie Walter as suite
preacher.
Beach May Be Scene
Of Zionist Convention
Three representatives of the
Miami Beach Zionist district
leave here tonight for Birming-
ham, Ala., where they will attend
a regional conference of the
Southeastern Zionist district Sun-
day.
Acting President Jack D. Bur-
ns, S. A. Goodman, and Harold
Shapiro make up the Miami
Beach delegation to the confer-
ence at which plans will be com-
pleted for next fall's Southeast-
ern Regional convention.
The Miami Beach district has
been in close contact with the con-
vention committee in an effort to
sehedule the fall meeting for the
Beach. All indications point to-
ward the selection of Miami
Beach as the convention site, Bur-
ns revealed before his departure.
JCRS to Choose Leaden I
Election meeting of the GrealL
Miami cnapter Jewish Consumpl
tive Relief society, will be hel
Monday evening at the Beach y!
Mrs. James Snydi r will p:es:di
Mrs. Mcury Poncher and M
William Levine will be hone*
for their work in raising fu
for the purchase of bed trays i
patients of Jackson Memorial 1
pital tuberculosis ward.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monumen^
to the memory of the late Ma
Ida Hirsch will take place 3 pj
Sunday at the Mt, Sinai cemeteryl
Rabbi Murray t.iauer will oth\
ciate. Arrangements are unda
tie direction of the Gordon Monw
ment company. Friends and rel*|
tives are asked to be present
Miss Charlotte Kotkin, editor
of the University of Miami Hurri-
can. was elected president of Lead
and Ink, honorary journalism fra-
ternity of the university, at a
meeting Tuesday.
Other new officers are Char-
lotte, Abrams. secretary, and Lee
Starr, treasurer.
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10, 1946
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PAGE NINE
-Navy Committee Commends
Irmy
Junteers
in
Final Resolution
f the Greater Mi-
pluuon oi i commitUe
"LiSwtf. Welfare
***.zLa -lurinc the
r -ctitutcd during
-2SXwAr.ll0.
- jwards were
the com-
irved m.hwy I
, the activities ot
personnel
the com-
ch is"now"rco. ganizinfi
a'atimc basis-
:>** resolution is bc-
' .'a exclusively >n the
&an at the.,quest oi
RESOLUTION
hER^S. this date, April 10.
T-Tound of war has been
,Ve many months and
Jfremen are being return-
I nu homes, and
pc\S in the war years
w 1945 the Jewish corn-
et Greater Miami showed,
ognizant of the needs of
OTen and women who were
*t to this ana. and organ-
' through constituent or-
u into the Gn ater Mi-
nv and Navy committee,
[committee having enlisted
fences of over 40D patriotic
s.i women of the Jewish
Bity did such magnificent
isupplying >> social and
I needs to Jewish men and
ir this area, and
BRAS, the Greater Miami
[and Navy committee served
land non-Jews through the
of the Servicemen's Hous-
pcration, and
REAS, the Greatei Miami
and Navy committee did
ndously enhance the pres-
ume Jewish community
teal and national with the
being no longer necessary in this
era of a hopeful peace, that the
Greater Miami Army and Navy
committee declare itself dissolved
as of this date, April 10, 1946,
and,
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that these words are but feeble
expressions of gratitude to all
those who have made possible the
success of our program, and who
have brought pride to the Jewish
Community of Greater Miami so
that it rorc magnificently to its
obligations to the men and women
in the armed services, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,
that copies of this Resolution be
forwarded to the National Jew-
ish Welfare board, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
the Anti-Defamation league; and
that copies of this resolution be
ordered printed in the Jewish
press, and wherever else deemed
advisable, and
BE IT RESOLVED, that we
close our work with a prayer of
thankfulness to God for having
given us the privilege of being
part of so noble an effort, and
that we pray Him that eternal
peace shall rest upon His world.
Done this tenth day of April,
1946, at Miami Beach, Florida, for
the Greater Miami Army and
Navy committee of the National
Jewish Welfare board.
Maj. Plant Joins Firm
As Ad Executive
Obituaries
UNGERLEIDER
Tu'.'s.i'^' ',' Ungerteldsr, 61. >1I<-<1 early
IIssi* 'Vni" hl8 home. 100
ii*i ., .Mi:irui |;i-arh A n.tlr.,,1
rU.Ut. dealer and U.1 S!uTS
... here eight yean uo from Cleve-
land, Survivor* unhid.- nil widow
Mr, ftuataj, |rjv.rieider.ofth.'.!..".!
.i.iiires*, .... Mini, Arthur, ot New
I Khlrr "I,"""1;1- M'aml '' "=
m, Sidney Goldstein. Balti-
more three brothen and two xist,
leaeh KM J'r A"!' ?""'". Ma"
I .-, ^ngerJflde,r wa financial
r1,1 ''i:> ',,f 'he Miami Beach Jewish
v( .'"' ''''':>-<> easur.-,- f (he
Miami Beach Civic leacue FVtieral
services were held Wednesday after-
noon at the Center, with burial In
Mt. Nebo cemetery under the All
of Riverside Memorial chapel
SKOLNICK
Harold Bkolnlck, ?, <>r Meridian
ave.. Miami Beach, .li.r.i Monday in a
hospital, it. came from Brooklyn
where the body has been Bent by
Riverside Memorial chapel Surviving
are his wife, .Mrs Ann Bkolnlck, and
a daughter, Helena, ixth ,,f Miami
Reach: his parents, a In-other and
three sisters.
BJE To Elect Officers
Officers of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education will be elected at
a meeting of the board of direc-
tors Thursday evening at the Fed-
eration offices, 1002 Congress
bldg.
P.-T. A. ELECTS SLATE;
MRS. SAFER NAMED
Cardiac Home Opens
Free Outpatient Clinic
FRIEDMAN
Mis it.,s.. Friedman, 78, of IBS
Washington ave., Miami Beach, died
Tuesday, she is survived by her
husband. Samuel; three daughters, in-
cluding Mrs Lillian Bllverman. Miami.
and a son. Services were held Wed-
nesday in Riverside Memorial chapel.
BERNSTEIN
Abraham Bernstein, S3, loan I in .
died Sun.lav In his home al I'll" Nau-
tilus dr., Miami Beach. He moved
h.-re U' years ago from Washington.
Surviving ar a son, Joseph Bern-
stein, Miami: two daughters. Includ-
ing Mrs, Harry Miller, Miami Beach,
Ben es were held In Washington with
Riverside Memorial chapel assisting
in arrangements.
Maj. Alfred L. Plant, QMC re-
serve, has joined the Federal Ad-
vertising agency, New York, as
assistant account executive. Maj.
Plant, information and education
rendered by the opera- j officer on Gen. Wedemeyer's staff
Servicemen's Snack bar,'in the China theatre, was adver-
tising manager of the Mayflower
LAS, countless acts of j Doughnut corporation. New York
nice and understanding city, before enlisting in 1941.
leitormed by the members
Greater Miami Army and
A graduate of New York uni-
versity in 1938, he is the son of
Icommittee towards service- Mrs. Eva Plant, 223 S.W. Eleventh
Iboth Jewish and non-Jew, st.
REAS, the Greater Miami
land .Navy committee has
|lessed by the leadership of
men and women of
immunity who have given
ingly of their time and
'.and
KEAS, the Greater Miami
Navy committee has
t unstinting cooperation of
rational Jewish Welfare
I'- Greater Miami Jewish
Jliun, and the Anti-Defam-
ra?ue. and
"AS, the needs for the
. o' the Greater Miami
[and Navy committee are
panks be to God, no longer
RESOLVED, that the
of the Greater Miami
id Navy committee, as-
loJtwi!fiast ?eeUng on
, 1946, does hereby de-
TJ "Passes a deep
, obSation to those who
LIT uCart and soul a"d
*> hand to fulfill the
ras of this community,
ism andn?s pe-
I Mr. Sam Blank,
"/''he Greater Miami
*'those who have
""Jously with him
[ttRTHER RESOLVED,
um0nks ive ^
> -h-T?nt part f our
I 5?5 "SOLVED.
it* committee
^Constituted, now
LEVINE
Mrs. Cella Levlne, .">. of 1121 Ocean
Mv.i.. North Miami, died Saturday In
a Hollywood hospital after a brief
illness. She came to Florida from
New York four years ago. Mrs.
Levlne leaves her husband, Samuel;
a ion, Max, of Orange, N, J.: two
.laiighiir..-. Mrs. r.ilna Kaplan and
Mrs. Raa Qenshaft, both "f North
Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie Cohen
and Mrs Rebecca Stein, i-'ih .>f New
York, and a brother, Isadora Qold, of
Palestine. Kumrnl services were held
Monday al th.' rhaiiel of the Oordon
Funeral home, Burial was In Mt,
Nebo cemetery.
GLICKMAN
Herman Qllckman. 51, linen supply
salesman, of I'll N, W. Third St.,
suffered a heart attack Wednesday
while driving on Blscayne blvd pulled
ui> to the curb and died. He came
from New York four years ago, and
Is survived by his wife. Mrs. Lea
Qllckntan of Miami. Services were
held in Palmer chapel with burial in
Mt. sinai cemetery. _
NEWMAN
Funeral services for Bernard New-
man, 77, were conducted last Friday
in Riverside Memorial chapel, followed
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New officers of the Beth David
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meeting of the year Monday eve-
ning. They are Mrs. S. Safer,
president; Mrs. I. Feingold, vice
president; Mrs. B. Berman, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. B. Miller,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. R.
Davidow, treasurer.
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tors wer* the Mosidames E. Ser-
nakcr, I. Rosen, M. Feldman, M.
Simpkin, F. Rose, E. Steibel, S.
Frank, M. Fox, A. Kasow.
"The Land of Promise," a sound
film dealing with Palestine, was
shown.
Simonhoff Makes Report
A study of opinion and com-
ments on the Anglo-American
committee report on Palestine
was presented by Harry Simon-
hoff at the Miami Beach Zionist
luncheon club Wednesday noon
at the National hotel.
An outpatient clinic for rheu-
matic fever sufferers in the
Greater Miami area will be held
each Wednesday morning at the
National Children's Cardiac
Home, 4250 West Flagler St.,
Charles S. Tobin, chairman of the
board of governors, announced
this week.
The clinic was opened May 8
and will be held each Wednesday
morning thereafter from 10 a.m.
till noon.
The free clinic is for the ex-
amination and treatment of cases
of rheumatic heart disease and
other cardiac conditions in chil-
dren. The only requisite is that
the family be unable to pay for
medical services.
Mr. Tobin urged local physi-
cians to avail themselves of the
laboratoiy and other diagnostic
aids, such as electrocardiography,
stethocardiagraph, fluoroscopy,
x-ray, etc. There will be no charge
for the services and all reports will
be sent to referring physicians
when requested.
All appointments should be
made in advance by the family
physician or by any registered
welfare agency. Mr. Tobin said.
by burial In mi. Nebo cemetery, Ha
died last Wednesday al hie home, 538
J4"1 sl......minjr here 11 yeai
from Cleveland.
SERLING
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y Jr., and leaves his wife. Mrs. Jennie
Berlins;, and a son and daughter. The
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"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
POLITICAL ECHOES .
How long will it be before
the recommendations of the
Anglo-American Inquiry com-
mittee will be implemented?
. This question is now on
the lips of every Jewish leader
in New York Very few peo-
ple in the United Slates know
that the statements issued by
the major Jewish organizations
immediately after the publica-
tion of the Inquiry committee's
report were actually influenced
by some of the American mem-
bers of the committee
These members met with top
Zionist and non-Zionist leaders
in New York separately and
urged them not to take issue
loo slrongly with the report
The request of these mem-
ber's, known for their friendly
attitude Jo the Jewish demands,
was complied with to a very
great extent Especially since
it was ielt that American Jews
are primarily interested at pres-
ent in effecting the transfer of
100,000 Jews from Europe be-
fore the end of the year .
Prime Minister Alllee's condi-
tions, announced in Parliament
a day after the leading Jewish
organizations issued their state-
ments, changes the situation.
... Ail indications now point
to the iatt that it will be a long
time before any action on the
recommendations is taken. .
The recommendations are not
binding on either Britain or the
United States until formally
ratified Before they are
ratified, there will be prolonged
consultations and bargaining
between our State department
and the British Foreign office.
. Then. too. there seems to
be an inclination to call in Arab
and Jewish leaders for consul-
tation after the two govern-
ments reach an agreement .
All this means that quite a lot
that the ZOA suggestion that the
Congress be hold in the United
States has no chance of being ac-
cepted by the World Zionist Exe-
cuUve. The Zionist Labontes,
both in this country and in Pales-
tine, are determined to hold tM
Congress in Palestine and will
apparently have their way.
Don't be surprised if the Zionist
Laborites in the United States
send the largest delegation to the
Congress. They are way ahead
of the ZOA and ether Zionist
groups in the sale of Shekels. .
Their success is due to the fact
that leaders of labor unions are
helping them sell Shekels to prac-
tically every Jewish union mem-
ber. especially in the needle
trades. .
CIRCUS LIFE: David Leibo-
vitZ, one of America's finest nov-
lists, has written a new novel
which will be appreciated not
only in book form, but also on
the screen It is titled "The
Canvas Sky" and is published by
Hareourt Brace. It portrays
circus life with remarkable sensi-
tivity. Far from deliberately
attaching social significance to
the problems which his heroes
face, the author depicts their feel-
ings so vividly that the social as-
pects of the men and the women
in the circus emerge by them-
selves. .
Here you see how a young col-
lege graduate, neglected by his
rich
freaks, the riders, the aerialists.
.. You learn of their human quali
ends. You see the deep love and
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who initiated arrangements.
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been Included in the P"*'"?
which was begun Monday with
Se cooperation o Miss Anna May
Tracy, head dietician of the col
legc. __
The office of Miss Sonya Hey-
man, president of H.Uel. will
serve as the clearing house be-
tween the dietician's office and
girls who desire to observe the
dietery laws.
Kosher meals will be served in
the college dining halls daily
throughout the year. Rabbi David
Panitz of the Jacksonville Jewish
Center and Jack Becker of Jack-
sonville cooperated in establish-
ing the program. ____________
with his anti-Semitic and "patri-
otic" activities which led to a
riot, is now trying to cash in on
the incident. He has sent out
a circular letter seeking funds for
his wife since he "thinks" that
every dav of life "may be the
last" ."Adopting the role of a
martyr, he claims that he docs
not doubt that he is "marked for
assassination". .
And speaking of funds, we see
that the professional anti-Jewish
propagandists arc getting more
and more funds. Rev. Harvey
W. Springer of Engehvood. Color -
Veteron Opens Office
A recent addition to Miami's
members of the legal profession
is David Marshel Turner, who was
recently released from the Navy
after four years service as an offi-
cer in the Atlantic and Pacific
theatres.
A 1942 graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law school,
Turner is associated with Roger
Edward Davis and Joe Brown
Booth in the Shoreland bldg.
iiagicvtcu "j ado, has just announced that he is
i father, and not trained in erecting a $28,000 printing plant
any profession, drifts into the cir- for the publishing of his inflam-
cus and becomes a trapeze per- tnatory sheet, "Western Voice". .
former. You become acquaint- And Rev. Arthur Terminiello,
ed with the psychology of the Smith associate and suspended
people who make up the circus, priest, just started a new hate
the ringmaster, the clowns, the sheet. "The Crusader," in Birm-
quiry committee was making its
study. But now that the inquiry
is completed and the report of
the committee has been made
public, there is much to do in
Washington. Especially since
the report has proven the extent
of American influence on the
Palestine issue. And, particu-
larly, because of the role which
the United States is to play with
regard to the Palestine question
at the September session of the
United Nations Assembly in New
York. .
A Zionist delegation may soon
visit the White House to express
thanks to President Truman for
his initiative in recommending
the admission of 100,000 Jews to
Palestine. And action is also ex-
pected in Washington on securing
American ships for speedy trans-
portation of the 100,000 Jews from
Europe to Palestine. At the
same time, the ground work must
be laid in Washington for the dis-
cussions which will develop at
the UN meeting with regard to
the Palestine mandate now that
the League of Nations has trans-
ferred the mandate to the Unit-
ed Nations. All this, together
with the Shekel campaign, will
keep Zionist leaders hopping in
the hot summer months. .
Rabbinical Associo
Commends Mem}*,
A resolution^
bl Jf B. App,,,*
work m Miami was passed
Rabbinical association of &i
M'ami Friday, according J
bi Moses Mescheloff, secl
naker, I. Roscni M p
was the announcement in
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ZIONIST TRENDS: M a n y
of
their profession. All this is con-
veyed in writing which keeps the
reader absorbed from the first to
r "" !*st ithe 440 P;'Re,s- y ?
Zionists in t'ms country will pro- should make an equally fasc.nat-
___,,,j loom mg storv on the screen. .
bably be disappointed to learn -.WTI cFMITtr pnriNT,
that Dr. Chaim Weizmann may ANTI-SEMIT
not attend the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress. He in-
dicated as much to American
; ist li aders. He is leaving
devotion between people who other hand we see that D. Hamil-
amuse young and old, but who ton Brackett of Atlanta was de-
cannot afford to live their own feated when he sought the De~
j__ _A--a^..l l.f.\ 1a,*;\ l^ ../t,\llP A f\T __ __ A 1 .. __ __ 1 _____A *-& A_____ t n -& .r* u *. *+ j
Police officers throughout the
United States are to be given
training in race relations. .
* ?T7CS .T exPccte.d t0 ^jnsti"
for England in June, tuted in the major cities, at the re-
and he doubts whether he can be .Quest of local mayors, in order to
in Palestine again in August in lessen the danger of race riots..
mo-
cratic nomination for Congress on
an outspoken anti-Semitic plat-
form. .
SUMMER DOINGS: A very
busy summer lies ahead for Zion-
ist leaders in America. They
arc engaged in an election cam-
paign for the forthcoming World
Zionist Congress, and, at the same
tune, must resume their intensive
political activities in Washington.
. Zionist political work in Wash-
ington was at a standstill during
the time the Anglo-American in-
time for the Congress. Inci
dentally, Dr. Weizmann is against
holding the Congress in Palestine.
He would prefer to have the
Congress held in Geneva. Be-
cause of his health, he does not
Joseph Kluchevsky, a member of
the faculty of the National Police
Academy of the FBI. has been
named chief consultant in the
new service, which is being pro-
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10, 1946
+JfMstifk)ridliati
PAGE ELEVEN
idence Changes
Future
foinci
Lvivor'
I ~~^T in Tragf ach,
I*"*, 'S!oNver reaching
llllC uflot was similar to
jestine. n14 { European
ess?* -* --
feSffi?s* *
I- !*i .old In. week
V'>'S,T,X '" World
5,-sss: i
lb in the event.
r 1 ff n>ci-ntly received a
fe ianCtted through
fcSs S locate Bubman's
fc The letter that Simon-
ff in Dr Hyman Bubman
Kii "'a -y address he
L*nVen was .eturned-
thn "' the many cases of
Cures unknown."
[There was little else Simon-
I? uld do. But almost s.rnul-
tusly with the return of the
Wcame word from the Jew-
iNanonal Fund asking Simon-
L ,0 represent the organiza-
C in the settlement o a will
f 1 which JNF was to receive
|f speaking to the New York
tutors of the will. S.monhoff
kned that they had been un-
ite to locate a brother named in
"ewill as heir to a major portion
I the estate.
lit was the will of Dr. Hyman
Ibman, whose brother, Joseph
[bin Bubman, sat in a d.p. camp
[iragfach, Austria.
S."S0RIN RECEIVES
[tJXHIARY GAVEL
Irs. Ted J. Sorin received the
1 of the Ladies' Auxiliary of
i Hollywood Jewish Commun-
Center at an affair held at
ik's recently.
lOther officers who were in-
llled by Mrs. Albert E. Kauf-
0, of Ft. Lauderdale, president
the Broward county B'nai
frith Women, were Mrs. Mich-
I Hauser and Mrs. Louis Kra-
vice presidents; Mrs. Abe
btw, treasurer; Mrs. Irving
ierman, corresponding secre-
ry;Mrs. Lester Kravetz, record-
! secretary; Mrs. Joseph Baum,
ncial secretary; Mrs. Jack
nick, auditor; Mrs. Fred Ros-
kbush, sergeant at arms.
[Until the new Center building
(completed, the regular Wedncs-
f night socials have been called
The building is located at
flk street between 20th and 21st
roues.
In the Houses of Worship iBeachTSoIei owners
Wins Fellowship To
U. of New Mexico
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19lh Street
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
Friday evening services, 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services,
9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the "Weekly Portion of the
Law." The Bar Mitzva of Irving,
son of Mr. ana r.Irs. Leon Lep-
selter, and Albert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Schenkman, will be
observed. Junior congregation,
10 a.m. Young Judaea club meet-
ing for girls, 7 p.m. Saturday.
AZA-BBGlBar Mitzva breakfast,
9 a.m. Sunday for boys and girls
over 13. Boy Scout troop meet-
ing every Thursday evening, 7:30
p.m.
Men's Club Sabbath will be
observed this evening at 8:15 p.m.
Theme of the evening will be
"The Relationship of a Men's Club
to the Timple, the Jewish Com-
munity and the Community at
Large." Participants will be
Louis GUlman, who will be in-
stalled as president, and Sol Finn,
Stuart Gordon, E. Max Goldstein,
Louis C. Schatz, Harry Magid,
Max Holtzberg and M. M. Mason.
A reception will be sponsored in
Kaplan hall by the Sisterhood
and the Men's Club following the
service.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chaie Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal .
Parents' Day services will be
held this evening at 8 p.m. Rabbi
Kronish will deliver a sermon on
"Thou Shalt Turn the Hearts of
the Parents to the Children and
the Hearts of the Children to the
Parents." Each mother will be
presented a flower by her child,
in honor of Mother's Day. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow the
services with Mrs. Abraham Blatt,
Mrs. Irving Marcus and Mrs.
Joseph Fenias serving as host-
esses. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Shafer, will become Bar
Mitzva at services, 10:45 a.m.
Saturday.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Conservative
Nat H. Hankoff, owner of the
Ocean Spray hotel, was elected
president of the Miami Beach Ho-
ti 1 Owners' association last
Thursday, succeeding Bruno Weil.
Vice president of the associa-
tion for the past year, Hankoff
was also chairman of the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal hotel
division, which accounted for over
$200,000 of the campaign total.
Abe Allenberg, of the Wofford
and Boulevard hotels, was elec-
ted chairman of the board of the
hotel owners group. Jack G. Salo-
mon, of the Blackstone, and Wil-
liam G. Mechanic of the Essex
' House hotel, were elected vice
presidents.
Unanimously elected treasurer
for the fourth consecutive term
was Harry Sirkin, of the Albion
hotel. Jack Esterkes, of the Win-
Iterhaven hotel, was named sec-
retary.
Miss Jean Cohen has been
awarded a year's fellowship as
a graduate assistant in inter-
American affairs by the Univer-
sity of New Mexico.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Cohen, 418 Alcazar ave.,
Coral Gables, she will begin her
graduate studies in September.
An honor student at the Uni-
versity of Miami, Miss Cohen is
majoring in Spanish and will re-
ceive her bachelor's degree at the
end of this month.
During the war, she interrupted
her college studies to serve as a
translator for the U.S. Censorship
bureau ill Miami.

Hotelmen Name Raff
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Saturday morning services,
8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva of
Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rosenthai, will take place
9:30 a.m. Saturday. Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will officiate.
Students' Sabbath services, 10:30
a.m. Final examinations at 10
a.m. Sunday.
N. Douglas Raff, manager of
the Royal Palm hotel and presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Hotel
association was named to the
board of directors of the Florida
State Hotel association at a three-
day meeting in Havana recently.
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Friday evening services, 7:30
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services for adolescents, 9 a.m.
Junior congregation for children
of elementary school age, 10 a.m.
Shalos Sudos, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
"Portion of the Week." Daily
school, 3:30 till 7 p.m. Sunday
school, 10 a.m. till noon. Final
examinations will be given this
Sunday.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday morning services, 9 a.m.
The Bar Mitzva of Alvin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon, will
be celebrated. Rabbi Grauer will
deliver a discourse on the "Ethics
of the Fathers" at 6 p.m. Shim-
shon group, 3:30 p.m. Cantor-
Maftir group, 4 p.m. Shalos
Sudos, 7 p.m. Bar Mitzva break-
fast, 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday
school, 10 a.m.
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June 6, Abraham P. Cannes,
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ish Education, announced this
week.
The period will be dedicated
to the fostering of interest in
and study of the Hebrew lan-
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the Jewish Floridian for articles
pertinent to the celebration.
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FRIDAY, MAY
J.D.C. Helps Locate Jewish Surviv-
ors
AIDS INFLATION FIGHT
Mrs. Harris Marcus will repre-
sent the National Council of Jew-
ish Women at a Florida anti-in-
flation conference to be held in
Miami May 31.
Delegates from women's groups
throughout the state will meet to
map a drive to curb inflation.
Camera Club Formed
A Temple Camera club has
been organized by the Temple
Beth Sholom Men's club. Instruc-
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneai under ih>- flctltloua name of
PARADI8E TRAVEL AGENCY, at
11.1 Collins Av<\, Miami Reach. In-
tend t" register Mid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL PASTERNAK
.MM RKRNFELD
MARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicants
i 26 5-3-10-17-J4
Those are plot lire, of the Joint Distribution Tom.
miilee message wnler and tracing bureau In Paris,
through whose facilities over 50,000 l.n.r. have
been rnt and thousands <>f Jewirit fantlliea re
united. J.D.C. welfare workers throughout l.urope
have transmitted these letters (nbmi-) from the die-
laced persons centers in German) and \utria anil
fr.on oilier areas to the outside world. The J.!>...
tracing bureau (left), operating in conjunction with
he Central Location Index, institute* searchea and
hat located thousands of surviving Jews whom rela
lives on five continent! seek. In the U. S., tin- J.D.C.
receives in funds from the United Jewish Appeal,
Schwab Berates
Hollywood Ads
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi rsigned. del Irlng t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sl'RPHIPE Ql'AIJTY MARKET, al
9332 Harding Avenui. Surfsl le, in-
tends t. i r said '->>, with the
Clerk "f i!" Circuit Court <>f Dade
County, Florida
ALBERT BARON,
Sole i iwner
harry dietz,
am- *;;'' '
i 2 5 3-lu-17-J I
Ni iTICE is HEREBY Oil EN thai
the undersigned, desli Ing to
del the fletll I
BAY TERRACE APARTMENTS. :.t
1995 Baj Brlve, Nurmand) Isl. Miami
Beach, Florida, Intend to reglsti
name with the Clerk --' the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
I.Ei P ST KIWI IN
SAMI'EL POLLACK
MAX It SILVER
A '- rney lor Applicants.
4/J6 5/3-10-17-24
Hollywood was taken to task
for glamorizing the "had girls" by
nee Schwab, producer and
columnist, who was guest speak-
er at the Temple Israel Sisterhood
installation Monday at the Cadil-
lac !.
The jpidtmic of suggestive ad-
vertising, heralding the "S0-
I physical charm" of stars
and used to attract the public
into tin- movies, was also berated
by Schwab.
The theatrical producer stepped
< ut of character to insert a
request for voters to support the
county auditorium in the
bond election Tuesday.
Schwab was introduced by Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, toastmistress.
A plea to answer the SOS (sup-
plies for overseas survivors) call
by contributing food, medicines
and clothing was made by Ber-
nard E. Kamine, representative
of the Joint Distribution commit-
tee.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, install-
ing officer, greeted each new offi-
cer in rhyme. The slate of offi-
cers was headed by Mrs. Reba
Engler Epstein, now serving her
second term.
Mrs. Epstein announced that
the idea of appointing a program
chairman and committee for each
month will be continued next
year. She also proposed that a
youth commission be formed to A
coordinate youth activity at thejto the^HON.'w'. p*mAnton, 1
Temple.
Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum and
Mrs. Matvin Frecdman arranged
the program which included sev-
eral piano selections played by
Leon K.ishner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring t<- engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DAISY'S, hi 7.17 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, Fla Intends I" register
said name Itl tni Clei h the < "lr-
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
RENATO LEVI
LEON KAPLAN,
Attorney air Applicant.
I 12-19-24 b/3-10
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i ime of
Ml Wll CAMER.X KXCIIANOE, al 7.".".
Washing! >n A\. nue, Miami Reach,
mild i ime with the
ni, i 'out i "f I lade
ly. Plot Ida.
RAY II BROWN, JR.
is VAC Ji art:,
Attoi in y for Applicant,
l ... :-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FERGUSON AND WRIGHT, at 107
N K IhI Ave., Suite 228. Miami. Fla.,
intend to leRlster xald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
PAUL B. WRIGHT ,
WALTER E. RODDA
WU.I.IA.M It. HLAIR
WILLIAM "... PAI.IX)T.
Attorney for Petitioner.
1214 Congress Hldg
4/12-19-2* .".'3-10
NOTICE IS IIBREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HKRNI HOTEL) at 2<>4 Blscayne
Bouli vard, Miami, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dado County
Florida.
OTTO K. FISCHER. JR..
VIOLA E. FISCHER.
Partner s.
LEON KAPLAN,
Attorney for Applicants.
I 12-19-26 0/3-10
10,
tions in various phase,
graphy are given by t
Becker. Membership ^
s open to^he_pUbiir
______IfGALH0Ti^
M a it it v SMrrH0*^
W(U.

7th Ave., M'
register mild
I
ns&ftw
r?yyfl
Florida.
I Coi
gOL J. I.EVV
ELAINE LEVY
MARRY ZIJKERNICK**1 and,"'J
NJW '"> Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
4/26 5-3-10-17

4/26 5/3-10-17-24
HERO.
Sole oinxrj
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ng to engage l
in ler the fictitious name <-f
TRI-VBT AI'I'AREL al S 'I N E. -nd
\\. Ml ni.i. Plot Ida, int.-mis t.. reg-
ister the -i -i name with the Clerk of
the i it- ull i of l ide County,
Florida.
IRVINO GORMAN
HARRY 55CKERNICK, Esq .
Attorney a ileant.
Ml I: I
Mi ml 111 .i h, I' .i.
-lu
notice is hereby given that
the uii : to i ngagi In
fictlt lous ns it'- ol
PI HIT VN l.i. VNERS AND LAUN-
i >RY al :. l N i: !-t Avenue, Miami,
Fla in-- i- to reRlxti i an Id name
tin '' k of the Circuit Court of
l..ni- i'-
ROBEHT S M'SLt lW,
S owner.
II VRi -1.1' Sll \PIRI '.
f.-r Applicant
27 I. Road
i 10-17 24-SI I ;
rome
r710S.W.I2thAV. MIAMI-,
LlH. 33431-1
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME''
=rv vw
we ornomr wntsm
THE MAJORITY Of MRTKIN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
I nl ex motion Gladly furmAtd on Ktopul
SERVING MIAMI BEACI A MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN-,
he undersigned, In hiiHineMK under ,>,,. .?.,,;,(1
of CLEMENT CARPEToSPSA
tt4-M ?. w. Mhr;,;e "
Ha, Intend t r.-KlKter a\
with the Clerk of the ci cuUCoSI
Dade County, Florldt "
CLEM MYERSON
AAcSDj,JrpEraLD,IAk "W
4/i9-y6rV3-[o:,7AP,"10an"-
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
ol LANGFORD VENETIAN BUND
RECONDITIONING CO., :ii 600 S. W,
Jrd Ave., Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROSE MALMUTH,
Sole owner.
5/3-10-17-^1-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACME EXTERMINATING CO (not
Inc.), at :p"o Mary Street, Coconut
Grove. Miami, intend to register said
name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dado County. Florida
THEOHOKE H. ROBINSON
MOMEIi I.. IKH'iill
ISAM' JOFFE
Attorney for Applicants
:,'10-17-24-31 6/7________________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHERMAN'S MARKET, at 209 N. E.
2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. 7INDEL SHERMAN.
Sole Owner.
4/19-26 5/3-10-17
Judgi of Dade Count
same In lii-- >ff|. e In the Cn
h; -i In Da le Ci m ty, r .
eight i i. -
'f the fli-t pul .. <
claims nr
legal addr.
be swori a....., .
Bald, or ime n -.
Section 120 of the 1 l hat
Dat. v-, i \ i,
NORMA RUTH HARRISON
, .. ROSENTHAL,
As Executrix of thi I. w
Testament nf ANNA SCHA
MAIBR, alsn knowi MP< t r
sen vttm vi i '...'
Attorney for
i : -. 3-10-11
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
he underslgt I, desiring to engage iii
business under the Mctltloui. nam. of
THE TIETZE ASSOCIATES, it 211
8. E. 1st street. Miami. Fla Intends
to regisir-r mid name with in- Clerk
?Torlda Ft "' ";"'" '"""""v.
TOWARD TIETZE'"""
LEON KAPI^n" M T,KTZK'
Kty?,Florid.C,^CU,, f0"r, "f n'""<
EDWARD EHRLICH
MYERS &MIEVm,a5.HRLICH
4/lA2t,19r.n26y5/KoAPP"Can,
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
IV* Whiaflton Ky,
Miami Bich
THOS. M. BURNS, iH.
Funwsl Director
ABB BISCNBERO, Treasurer
In Mtw York:
76th St. and Amsterdam Av.
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