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The Jewish Floridian ( May 17, 1946 )

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^JslUBpri idliiriiin THE JEWISH UNITY cvnc& THE JEWISH WEEKLY TpjuMBEPjl MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY Aid efugees OTAl'-Thc Ui nmmee on rel persons has voted *ial appendix to its He UN social and eco^cil recommending inassistance, financial tise.m the resettlement Palestine and other mmendation w Lade by a special subfwhich studied men nutted by Jewish orAmong its other lations were: Jewish Agency sli mid to cooperati fctemational a [to deal with thi reffm and should be as•blaming travel |ttar.sportati'—The out prior consultation with both 2,000-ton Greek steamer Smyrna, Arabs and Jews. They further renamed the Max Nordau for its expressed hope, the Acting seerepresent voyage, steamed into tary declared, that the American Haifa this morning under British government would not adopt any escort and landed 1,760 visaless policy calling for change in basic Jews who embarked at the Rupolicy without such consultation, manian port of Constanza last Med School Drive Dinner Planned LONDON (JTA)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency, is coming io London lo participate in discussions which the United Stales and Britain are planning lo hold with Jews and Arabs before taking aclion on the recommendations of the AngloAmerican Inquiry committee, the Sunday Times said this week. week. The vessel was spi tted yi day aft( moon by RAF reconnaissance planes which summoned 'the British, destroyer Jervis. A boarding party was sent to the Smyrna, but when the mastc r of the ship said that he was I for Haifa, the board* rs withdrew and allowed the vessel to continue. When it arrived at Pales, tine territorial waters kite last 2.500 night, it was taken into formal ( said, custody and escorted into Haifa. | British troops and a number J of armored cars lined the pier as 'the first passenger, Gittel GinsZionist Ask Action Now On Inquiry A demand for the unconditional and immediate entry of 100,000 Jews into Palestine will be heard on Capitol Hill when Zionist Emergency council representatives from all over the country convene in Washington Thursday morning. The council lias called the session to urge the U. S. government leaders to carry out the AngloAmerican Inquiry commission's recommendation for opening Palestine to displaced persons. Alex Van Straaten, Ralph Lachman and several other Miami Beach residents will attend the conference as delegates of the Beach Zionist district. Jack Burris, acting president of the district, said yesterday that conditions placed on the commission report by Prime Minister Attlee and Assistant Secretary of State Dean Acheson, following President Truman's original favorable comment on the report, prompted the council to call the meeting. He n terred to Attlee's announcement that the Hagannah, Jewish defense organization, must be disarmed bi I the British government would authorize the JOO.OOO recommended immigration certificates. A condition was that the Arabs should be consulted before action is taken. As a prelude to I gency ession, the Bench district has launched a cai to send telegrams urging President Truman's support. "We expect to have nt least telegrams si nt." Burris Relief Workers Continue Campaign With the needs for f' od. cloth'AND Shekels will con. ""iday, May 24 P* to stand up and Import of tl ft*Here is an "ne Shekel: Ifo Shekel? berg, 16, from Hungary, disVmAsked whether any negotia-1barked. She was the first refugee tions arc proceeding between the to arrive since the issuance of the United States and British gov-' Anglo-American committee's reernments to implement the rec-j P ort The passengers and waiting ing and medical supplies increasommendations of the committee, crowds joined in singing Hatikvah ing daily in Europe, Greater MiAcheson said that we are in con%  a s tne disembarkation proceeded ami's SOS workers are increassultation with the British governQuickly and without incident. The ing their efforts to collect Supment on matters of procedure rerefugees were immediately taken plus for Overseas Survivors in lating solely to the promised con', b y buscs to the Athlit clearance the Joint Distribution committee's camp. nation-wide drive. The Smyrna's five-day voyage Mrs. Nethan Davidow, reprewas difficult and unpleasant, the scntative of the Beth David nember'of [arrivals reported, as the ship was p.-T. A., has been appoinud mrnittee assailing the forI Jammed, and eating and sanitary motor corps chairman for Miami rand Mufti as a war crimfacilities were primitive. There by Mrs. Bon Essen, city SOS .inal and one of the 25 most danwas virtually no dnnking water chairman, who is also a reprei a goal of $4,000,000, the lg orous Moslems [available lor the last 24 hours of scntative of the National Council < %  the trip, and fresh water was of Jewish Women on the drive. his charge that Foreign Minister H"* ? bo ?t" ^ *" ^ "** sel arrived here. • | The voyage of the Smyrna was one of the worst kept secrets Mrs. David de Sola Pool, past national president of Hadassah, will be principal speaker at a dinner for the Hebrew Universityi Hadassan Medical school cam-1 paign, at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 26, | in the National hotel, according to Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman 'f the local arm of the national i campaign. nation-wide luring the drive will be held next two years to sultation with Arabs and Jews. He declined to comment on an alleged statement by Bartley Crum, an American the com mer G id or lems. (Mr. Crum last week reiterated used as a f8c and i. i iT i n %  .il^Ployec by "f^ Jewry & **Bh Common** haser of a J*,'" th mobilingress. Zionisl h W ld fc m ; 'Native .."•through drm ../Agates, i, '**** in Pale'! government would adopt their recommendations, if they were unanimous. Earlier, a foreign office spokesman had stated that there war. no record of such a statement by Mr. Bevin.) CPA CHIEF TO SPEAK NHarrv piShefc, P B n-i s p -' Shekel? I V^el chair. For 5„ Beach any ? %  0cn,s build the first medical school in B evin had promised the memale tine £ s bein £ conducted bcrs ()f thc ( ommlttee that hia Jointly by Hadassah, the American Friends of the Hebrew University and the American Jewish Physicians committee. Funds raised will be used to construct three new buildings lose to the Hebrew university and the Rothschild-Hadassah University hospital on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem, to enlarge the present bed capacity of the hospital and to maintain the school for the first five years. The addition of the medical school will focus attention on Palestine as a new center of medical training on a high level, Dr. Goodman said. "It deserves the fullest support Of America he declared. "We know that many thousands of our "Idlers in thc South Pacific were stricken by tropical diseases. The Palestine school, in which the %  study of such diseases will be a specialty, will supply skilled Physicians trained under great • achers to improve methods of "fitrol and treatment, work which will benefit not Palestine •lone, but all mankind." Reservations for the dinner may be made with Dr. Goodman's sec* C 22' Ircne Bla cher, by calling '^•5545. Preliminary to thc dinner, the lQ cal committee will hold a luncheon meeting Monday at the National. since illegal immigration began. As soon as the ship left Constanza, the British consul there informed his government, while Jewish circli s contacted groups in Palestine. Several thousand memhers Miamians may have contributions picked up by calling Mrs. Davidow at 48-5003, or Mrs. Essen at 4-7736. For Miami Beach pickups, the SOS number is 3-5411. Mrs. Jack Falk. Beach SOS chairman, has announced that volunteers are needed to help repair clothing contributions at of the resistance movement were Temple Beth Sholom on Monday mobilized last night, ready for afternoons. Those interested in any eventuality. The secret "Voice i helping should call Mrs. Joseph Earle Robhins. civilian producof Israel" radio said today that iBrenner, chairman of the repair tion administrator, will be guest ja branch of the Jewish undercommittee, at 5-1980. speaker at the B'nai B'rith Down-Iground tailway in Rumania ar-1 Contributions of non-perishable town luncheon club at 12:15 p.m. -ranged the Smyrna's voyage, out: food may be made at many local today in the Downtown Club witting efforts by British offiI grocery stores where bins have restaurant. Scybold bldg. 'cials there. [ been set up for the SOS drive. JNF President to Discuss Land Settlement When Judge Morris Rothenberg speaks at a Greater Miami mass meeting. 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. local Zionists will hear one of the outstanding leaders in American Jewry. President of the Jewish National Fund of America, Judge cil and the Jewish National Fund committee Judge Rolhenberg will be honor guest at a luncheon to be given by the council at 12:30 p.m. Widnesday at the National hotel. Alfred Stone will be chairman. Reservations may be made by calling 5-1998 or 5-4100. A jurist of thc New York State Rothenbeig will discuss "Land for) Survival," and give a first-hand. supreme Court, Judge Rothenaccount of the plans to settle the| bpr g sorv ,.d four terms as presi100,000 Jews to be admitted to dent of tnc Zionist Organization Palestine if the recommendations of the Anglo-American Inquirycommission are carried out. The meeting is being held by the Greater Miami Zionist c of America and was alternately national chairman of the Palestine Foundation Fund, of, the American Palestine campaign and In 1944 he was unanimously drafted to serve as president of JNF. Under his leadership the fund has reached the highest income in its history. He is especially famed for his part in winning the support of non-Zionists for the Zionist cause. Together with Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the late Louis Marshall and Felix Warburg, he collaborated in 1929 in the formation of the Jewish Agency for Palestine. He also has been a delegate to the World Zionist Congress. The program for Tuesday night is under the direction of Jack Burris, acting president of I r ii %  %  li 1 ^.' I •


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FRIDAY
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By ELSIE KRONENFELD
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
5355 La Gorce dr., president
oi the Jewish Social Service
bureau, will hold a reception
at her home Sunday for mem-
bers of the bureau's board of
directors ... Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Stern and her sister,
Mrs. Judy Jaffee, of 2850 Fair-
green dr., are having a din-
ner pa.ty Saturday night in
honor of their house guest,
Mrs. Ruth Jacobs, of New
York ... Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Rauzin will be hosts at an
old-fashioned bowery party
at their home Wednesday
night. The guests will come
in costumes representing the
Gay Nineties Second in
a serie3 of showers for Miss
Jean Wernicoff, bride-elect of
Murray Mandell, will be a
linen shower to be given by
Miss Bernice Badanes, 126
S. W. Ninth ave., Monday
evening. Miss Wernicoff's
wedding will be an event of
June 9
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein |l '^ Mil{011 Friedman is
entertained in their daughter's ,j^\ 'Ma 25lh for Columbia,
honor Tuesday evening at the g c (q spencj tr,e summer.
Shelborne hotel with a dinner !Sons"Ronnie ond Kennelh are
and dancing party. The event wjth hcr Mr Friedman
celebrated Mary's 16th birth- ^ hig ffimi, in Auaust.
day. At the dinner table were, Ma .r ig confined to her
Mrs. A. Finley Binder and son. -^^ wi,h Q veiy sore foot .
J. Louis, of Lynchburg. Va ^ Sq] Go,dst,orn is visiting
Bernie Bernstein Mrs. Ethel ^ hxQeii Jo|lQS Unger, in
Shochet, Mr. and Mrs. We New York. She flew there for an
BlumenKranz, Mr. and Mrs Q ,ion that since has been
Herman Blumenkranz and How- st ed If her health per-
ard Blumenkranz Mrs Louis ^^he is pianning to attend
Heiman. 423 E. Rivo Alto dr.,
Miss Hilda Chernotsky .An
other from New Jersey is Mrs^
Louis Kaplan, of Pa*' "h
is visiting her son and dauqh-
er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, 2180 S. W. Ninth St. .
Miss Conna Mae Balkan is a
bride-eloct of Jacksonville who
IS attending the University oi
Miami. Four of her classmates
I surprised her with a personal
shower Saturday at the Park
Central hotel. Co-hostesses
'were the Misses Rita Lippman,
Selma AreinoH. Ruth Robbins
!and Helene Sue Diener .
Mr and Mrs. Henry Bedoe got
in Wednesday night from Chi-
cago to visit Mrs. Bedoe s bro-
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mis Herman Wionker, Sadigo
japts. While the Bedoes are,
-here they will take a two-week ,
fishina Hip with the Wronkeis
Mrs. Jack Stone. 1884 S. W.
10th St., went to Baton Rouge,
La., to attend the engagement
'party of heir niece, Miss Mar-
ilyn Bloomenfeld ... Mr and
'Mrs. Carl Rosen have named
5/rsT Leslie to be Honored
For Community Services
......,, "":: "'.'.'; ..s!" "ZL
For her n
alJew nizations. Mrs. So
ate past president
of lne women's division, Ameri-
can Jcv C : .wl be hon-
ored at i reception and musicale
Monday at the Miam.
club, 1737 N. Bayshore
drSeven Mrs' Lfsiie
chapter of the
AJC W vision
ith 25
consecutive
years as president of Hadassah,
organized and served as first
president of Junior Hadassah and
was president of the southeastern
union of Senior Hadassah. She
also served two years as a mem-
ber named honorary president of the
local chapter.
Mrs. Leslie's son, David Noble
Leslie, will play a piano solo dur-
(in the program. Other features
will be a trio consisting of Lacy
Coe, violinist; Nina Young, pian-
i-l, Lucille Springer, cellist. A
dramatic sketch will be present-
ed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, as-
sisted by Miss Anyuta Melicov
and Mrs. Ethel Rothlein.
Friends who wish to attend the
affair may make reservations by
calling Mrs. Max Meisel, 5-7253;
Mrs. Theodore Firestone, 5-2083,
or Mrs. Philip Salmon, 5-5282.
Mrs. Salmon is in charge of ar-
rangements.
May
BAUERS HONFYuI
IN NEW ENGua
,,Capl and M^Uo..
new to New York^:
:!* :" he Sh,,b'
Sunday. Th. Jf
ay. Thev
Lake Louiseand ft,]
Miamj in about six,
Mrs. Bauer, the f
and the late Mai si
was attended by Carol!
maid of honor. Lt. SidJ
nick was best man
rnony was performed
won Kronish.
The bride attended
versity ot Miami for,
' graduated
University of North Ca
majoring m ncauntinj]
Capl B in r was gradj
Georgia Tech, where 1
electrical engim
memb i of Tau Epsilon
ti rnity, the Institute
Engim er ng and the,
Instituti nf ElectrialL
Ing. Duiing thewarhj
the Pai ific as a radio(
the coast artillery.
T ; their new baby Susan Frances
I. Jules Bernstein1 M Mi I ton Friedman is
MRS.
Arili r
SOL. H. LESLIE
TEMPLE ISRAEL SLATES
ANNUAL MEETING
:i US
four
has just returned from Hot
Springs. Ark. On the way
home she stopped over in At-
lanta and Jacksonville New
in town are Mrs. Muriel Estrin
and her two-year-old daughter,
Lynn. They used to live in
Trenton, N. J. If Mrs Estrin can
the B'nai B'rith convention in
Baltimore the end of this month
. Miss Anne Taksa is at the
Whitehouse hotel for a month's
stay. She is from Pittsburgh,
Pa .
Charles Ghelerter and Leo
Moskowitz have returned to
Trenton. IM.J. ii Mrs Lsirin can ----------- ---
find a house for her folks, they Jacksonville after a week s stay
. i___ .__ u______here recalhna old times with
1 ri mbers.
as first vice
three a president,
ffice with a
,,., ... [650 women. She
has b- en servii a member of
| board of the divi-
...,,, ii! members of
the Jewish Federation Budget
committi i,
A resident I '' mi tor 20
instrumental in
bl rter for the Al-
! : i ity on the
ml organ-
ized the 1 t Jewish soi rity on
. ampus.
A buffet supper at 6 p.m. will
precede the annual congregation-
al meeting to be held at Temple
Israel at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Elec-
tion of officers and presentation
of annual reports will highlight
the meeting. Max Orovitz will
preside.
own 111 p m
I !/> I i.'.'JIAl Ii J
\fyev U-.is
rflPiToi
"Mr. and Mis* Y" will be chos-
en at a swim dance to be held at
the Venetian pools Saturday eve-
ning by the Tri Beta council of
the Miami Y.
FORMER SCHOOL TEACHER
willing to care for a refined home. children in Contact
MISS RUBEN
5-4628 Room 1C8
will move here too Here on
a visit from Elizabeth, N. J. is
WANTED EXPERIENCED
BOOKKEEP E R
Permanent resident. Must
have knowledge of double
entry and typing.
CALL 3-5411
here recalling old times with
some of their U. of Florida
friends ... Mr and Mrs. S. A.
Cohen have reopened their
home at 1864 S. W. 14th ter.
Their son. Herbert, expects to
move back to Miami bom Key
West with his wife and son,
Barry, and establish a business i
ICONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
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SunsAuic vatAtwu
While Materials Last
Have Your
iirdiiiGS | VENETIAN BLINDS
RE-CONDITIONED
Pre-War
Quality
ALUMINUM
DUTCH
OVENS
JE.85
With New Cornices
It's the Answer Now
110 E. FLAGLER ST.
Lorr.iine Arcade
Room 202
S. J. DESTRO
FUR CO.
To Protect
Your Furs
Know
Your
Furrier
Phono 9-3373
FORMERLY OF
MIAMI- FURRIERS
Refrigerated
Storage
Repairing
Remodeling
Cleaning
Glazing
FREE PICKUP SERVICE
As a salesmal
couldn't sell i
dollar for
A BB01
and
COSTELl
ELENA VEB
BRENDA W
"lira
gimhi
EXTRJ
"TOMORHd
mehcc
In March oil
5
5-Quarl Size
Heavy gauge. "Kewas-
kum" aluminum Dutch
oven, prewar quality. 5-
qt. 3ize; black side han-
dles.
MIAMI STORE. HOUSE
FURNISHINGS, FIFTH FLOOR
TYPIST WANTED
Accurate and fast. Experienced
only. Permanent resident.
CALL 3-5411
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A TruMwcrthv Real Estate Service
KS Lincoln Rd Ph.: 5-t>86*
CALL 3-5072
Awning co.
VENETIAN BLINDS
545 N. W. 22nd St.3-5072
AWNINGS
1396 N. W. 36th St.2-1731
MEDICINE CABINET
irR ^rilkaSeltSr
Try Alk.-S.ltttr re*
H..d.cl,. -Mornm, AfUr" Arkiac
Mu.rlr.. AtM Indention. I'M
prompt. jff*tln.. jo* and to.
ONE7JDAY
VITAMIN .
OM-.-A-DAY Viumm T.I. tu. A uwl
D Ubleu In Ute yv-Uow box-B^Z
Plex UbleU in the grry box ^*~

THANK YOU|
Profound thanks to those who had*
fidence to vote for me. Ia
debted and deeply grateful to tW
worked for and supported me so
and untiringly. A
I ask. in all humbleness oneIkjjJJ
those who voted and worked aga f
aside their political dUferenceB
graciously their good will and mor
I need a united and loyal COJi^rt,
to succeed in bringing to this ^
federal assistance it so richly
Rest assured that I will do every p
in my powerand at all tim^- ^^
and prosperity of our district an
and for the permanent peace
troubled world.
Smath<
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x I i.'.'JIAl Ii J \fyev U-.is rflPiToi "Mr. and Mis* Y" will be chosen at a swim dance to be held at the Venetian pools Saturday evening by the Tri Beta council of the Miami Y. FORMER SCHOOL TEACHER willing to care for a refined home. children in Contact MISS RUBEN 5-4628 Room 1C8 will move here too Here on a visit from Elizabeth, N. J. is WANTED — EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP E R Permanent resident. Must have knowledge of double entry and typing. CALL 3-5411 here recalling old times with some of their U. of Florida friends ... Mr and Mrs. S. A. Cohen have reopened their home at 1864 S. W. 14th ter. Their son. Herbert, expects to move back to Miami bom Key West with his wife and son, Barry, and establish a business i ICONTINUED ON PAGE 7) % SunsAuic vatAtwu While Materials Last Have Your iirdiiiGS | VENETIAN BLINDS RE-CONDITIONED Pre-War Quality ALUMINUM DUTCH OVENS JE.85 With New Cornices It's the Answer Now 110 E. FLAGLER ST. Lorr.iine Arcade Room 202 S. J. DESTRO FUR CO. To Protect Your Furs — Know Your Furrier Phono 9-3373 FORMERLY OF MIAMIFURRIERS Refrigerated Storage • Repairing • Remodeling • Cleaning • Glazing FREE PICKUP SERVICE As a salesmal couldn't sell i dollar for A BB0 1 and COSTELl ELENA VEB BRENDA W "lira GIMHI EXTRJ "TOMORHd MEHCC In March oil 5 5-Quarl Size Heavy gauge. "Kewaskum" aluminum Dutch oven, prewar quality. 5qt. 3ize; black side handles. MIAMI STORE. HOUSE FURNISHINGS, FIFTH FLOOR TYPIST WANTED Accurate and fast. Experienced only. Permanent resident. CALL 3-5411 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A TruMwcrthv Real Estate Service KS Lincoln Rd Ph.: 5-t>86* CALL 3-5072 AWNING CO. VENETIAN BLINDS 545 N. W. 22nd St.—3-5072 AWNINGS 1396 N. W. 36th St.—2-1731 MEDICINE CABINET irR ^rilkaSeltSr Try Alk.-S.ltttr re* H..d.cl,. -Mornm, AfUr" Arkiac Mu.rlr.. AtM Indention. I'M prompt. jff*tln.. JO* and to. ONE7JDAY VITAMIN OM-.-A-DAY Viumm T.I. tu. A uwl D Ubleu In Ute yv-Uow box-B^Z Plex UbleU in the grry box ^*~ THANK YOU| Profound thanks to those who had* fidence to vote for me. Ia debted and deeply grateful to tW worked for and supported me so and untiringly. A I ask. in all humbleness oneIkjjJJ those who voted and worked aga£ f aside their political dUferenceB graciously their good will and mor %  I need a united and loyal COJi^rt, to succeed in bringing to this ^ federal assistance it so richly Rest assured that I will do every p in my power—and at all tim^^^ and prosperity of our district an and for the permanent peace troubled world. Smath<


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LOUIS WINE WEDS
CLAIRE LEVINE
Lrf^members and
11 of three constitu-
fe 1^ the
i
Keau,tol>
if -ntheUSO B
i wr'c- i
Ld ambers a I ; *
will
constitutional el
|,he creation of a pad
L program to sti
Etht family.
IL to which special gifts,
...,;>, j,;,.d.
...,; fund
[ f0r operatin i '
..ill be
| .:: rection
Lrd oi din
lagingof Uu- i.-- ofex-
I
I holds
lion.
fcrovitz, president i t tne
| Miami Jew
h be main speakei at the
[to which the p iblic is
I Mr. Orovitz will
pattern of J>
I organize-. social
I Mrs. Benjan
ieident: Sidney Li fcourt,
f, and Mr. C ports.
[Kopelowitz is
igemer.ts for the mcet-
Thc former Claire Levinc, asso-
ciated with the local USO-JWB
office for the past three and a
half years, was married to Mr.
Louis J. Wine on May 1 at the
Beth David synagogue. Rabbi
Six BBG Queens
To be Named
Six girls will be honored for
NURSE ENGAGED
TO MR. FRANKEL
Miss Marie H. Singer has chos-
en late summer for her wedding
their work in B'nai B'rith at the '" Alan Mi Franka Miss Singer's
Max Shapiro officiated at the
ceremony. A reception for rela-
tives and friends followed
The couple spent their honey-
moon motoring through the state
and visiting Silver Springs, and
are now back at their apartment
at 1650 S.W. Fifth st. The bride
is the daughter of Mrs. Gussie Le-
vine of Miami, and Mr. Wine is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Wine of Providence, R.I.
WILBUR C. KING
WILBUR C. KING
CANDIDATE FOR
Railroad Commissioner
Group One
SAYS THANKS TO THE PEO-
PLE OF DADE COUNTY. FOR
YOUR VOTE IN THE FIRST
PRIMARY
Out of deference to the local
men who were candidate! in
this group. I did very little cam-
paigning in Dade County, but
now that these fine and capable
candidate* have been eliminated.
I earnestly ask the voters here
for their support on May 28th.
I MAKE THE ONE PROMISE
TO KEEP THE FAITH
WITH THE PEOPLE AND
SERVE THEM HONESTLY
AND FAIRLY.
PLEASE ELECT ME YOUR
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
IN QROUP ONE
Paid Political Adv.
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, IN GOLDEN GLADES HEIGHTS.
pFlorida s Newest Home Developments,
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T ESTABLIPSHrnPr?T OF"CE within walking distance.
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"WILDER AND DEVELOPER
N"E- Third -?!dg---Streo "*
I SUNDAY AND EVERY DAY
3VNUE (off Flakier Street)
annual coronation, 7~p.m. Sunday
at the Leai schi ol, lino West
ave.
Coronation of the six denta of thi B'nai B'rith Girls
groups whose membership num-
b o\ i- 200.
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, retir-
ing pn oi B'nai B'rith
Women of Sholem lodge, will
present gifts to the queens. The
women's organization is spi .
in the event.
The program will include the
invocation I y Mrs. Saul Appel-
baum; m "1 Am an Ami
Day" by Sandra Stein; an address
by Mrs. Sam Silvi r, representing
the advisors; greetings by Mrs.
Carl W inkle Pauline Schwartz
will lead the singing, accompan-
ied by Doris Kassow.
Day" by one of the BBG girls; an
resenting the advisors; greetings
addrei s b} Mrs, Sam Silver, n p-
by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. July Nel-
son will lead the sin]
Mrs Sam Goldman and Mrs.
Tillie Rosenthal, presidents of the
Miami md Miami Beach Wom-
en's organizations will be intro-
duced.
announced
FRANCES GINSBERG
TO BE BRIDE SUNDAY
In the presence of their families
and close friends, Miss Frances
Ginsberg will become the bride
of Nathan Tudor 3 p.m. Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Slepian, 2558 S.W. 20th st.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate.
Miss Ginsberg, the daughter of
!Jay M. Ginsberg of Miami and
Bangor, Me., will be attended by
her sister, Mrs. Sam Schaffer, as
matron of honor, and Miss Shirley
Rothschild. Irving Baum will be
best man for Mr. Tudor who is
the son cf Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Tudor of New York.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. After a honeymoon,
the couple will reside at 829 S.W.
18th ave.
by her mother, Mrs. James Grin-
. 1258 S.W. Third st.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Miami High school and was a
cadi t nurse at Mt. Sinai hospital
in New York tor 19 months.
Son of Fred Frankel, Brooklyn
and th late Mrs. Frankel, Mr.
Edgar Lewis to Become
Bar Mitzva Tomorrow
Frankel was graduated from Co-
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, di- lumbia university.
rector of the B'nai B'rith girls'
activities in the fifth district, will
be guest speaker.
Hostess will be the advisors,
the Mesdames Sam Silver, Jer-
ome Frcihling, Alex Cohen, Mil-
ton Friedman, Frank Rose, Jos-
eph Bermann, Rose Kassowitz,
Philip Lefkowitz, Carl Weinkle,
Al Richardson and the Misses
Edith Schulman, Edith Shier and
Bobby Streiff.
A reception will follow the pro-
gram.
Miss Schwartz Tells
Troth At Dinner
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Janet Schwartz was
made at a dinner in the Strand
restaurant Sunday by her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz.
922 Jefferson ave.
Miss Schwartz is the fiancee
of Jerome Jacobs of Miami, son of
Mr. Fay Jacobs, New York city.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school. Mr.
Jacobs was recently discharged
from the Navy as a petty officer,
second class.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 235
N.W. 43rd st announce the Bar
Mitzva of their son, Edgar. Serv-
ices will be held at Beth David
Saturday morning with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating.
Friends of the family are in-
vited to attend the services and
reception that will follow.
Edgar is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Miami Edison Junior High
school.
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{fas*. *Jenistirk>ridH^n PAGE THREH LOUIS WINE WEDS CLAIRE LEVINE Lrf^members and 11 of three constitufe •! 1^ the i Keau,tol> if -ntheUSO B i w r c i Ld ambers a I ; will constitutional el |, he creation of a pad L program to sti Etht family. IL to which special gifts, ...,;>, j,;,.d. ...,; %  fund [ f 0r operatin i % %  ..ill be | .:: rection Lrd oi din lagingof Uui.-ofexI %  %  I holds %  lion. fcrovitz, president i t tne | Miami Jew h be main speakei at the [to which the p iblic is I Mr. Orovitz will %  pattern of J> I organize social I Mrs. Benjan ie£ident: Sidney Li fcourt, f, and Mr. Con. •T, ch a 9enerm >* n ther development can now offer 1 '. ealu res and L SC Ct,on o£ beautiful lots combining all "• Anrith op P riu n>iy of good living at the low U Your budlJ 101 ""• You ^ P urcha !" lot lur <* and on OI beautiful lots combining all "' **** %  And lhauf ^! U "n y i sood **?* %  ?. %  the lov Your t 3UR I IS ^JHJSUT^ *• "S effect "Vigu'^es Undoubtedly on wrong yourself. Buy several for inyestment. ,Su ""ny Isl nl?> S ^ ayne Blv d. to GOLDEN GLADES car ''hone iiH, lurn we,t ne block to office. If you —• of course t iT e wiU driTe vou oul and back rse or c a" at our main office for further *GE YOi.n r bud *I"—— r — !"T while ,h e R ,' MMED IATE INVESTIGATION of this Ml, Buy sev V %  %  ** %  •!—.— .._J...V..JI '(Sunn N W L^^pho'ne'a^uM 1, lu f n WMt OM block to offlci. If you ter f couiV. 7 0 ; nd I r*.. w i!?. d L iv f WL*-< b .\ ck iST ES 0PE 1 BSLUIJAZARJS "WILDER AND DEVELOPER N E THIRD -?! dg --Streo "* I SUNDAY AND EVERY DAY 3 V£ NUE (off Flakier Street) annual coronation, 7~p.m. Sunday at the Leai schi ol, lino West ave. Coronation of the six


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;^SMB8S5&sSi£a PAGE TWO +Jenlstifhrffl?L P^AAanaity, tffieaMtig, § • %  By ELSIE KRONENFELD Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, 5355 La Gorce dr., president of the Jewish Social Service bureau, will hold a reception at her home Sunday for members of the bureau's board of directors Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stern and her sister, Mrs. Judy Jaffee, of 2850 Fairgreen dr., are having a dinner pa.ty Saturday night in honor of their house guest, Mrs. Ruth Jacobs, of New York .. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzin will be hosts at an old-fashioned bowery party at their home Wednesday night. The guests will come in costumes representing the Gay Nineties Second in a series of showers for Miss Jean Wernicoff, bride-elect of Murray Mandell, will be a linen shower to be given by Miss Bernice Badanes, 126 S. W. Ninth ave., Monday evening. Miss Wernicoff's wedding will be an event of June 9 Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein entertained in their daughter's honor Tuesday evening at the Shelborne hotel with a dinner and dancing party. The event celebrated Mary's 16th birthday. At the dinner table were Mrs. A. Finley Binder and son, J. Louis, of Lynchburg, Va.; Bernie Bernstein, Mrs. Ethel Shochst, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. BlumenKranz, Mr. and Mrs Herman Blumenkranz and Howard Blumenkranz Mrs. Louis Heiman, 423 E. Rivo Alto dr., has just returned from Hot Springs. Ark. On the way home she stopped over in Atlanta and Jacksonville New in town are Mrs. Muriel Estrin and her two-year-old daughter, Lynn. They used to live in Trenton, N. J. If Mrs Estrin can find a house for her folks, they will move here too Here on a visit from Elizabeth, N. J. is Miss Hilda Chernotsky -Another from New Jersey is Mrs. Louis Kaplan, ot Passaic, who is visiting her son and dauqhter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan, 2180 S. W. Ninth st Miss Donna Mae Balkan is a bride-elect of Jacksonville who is attenJing the University of Miami. Four of her classmates surprised her with a personal shower Saturday at the Park j Central hotel. Co-hostesses Iwere the Misses Rita Lippman, jSelma Areinoff, Ruth Hobbins land Helcne Sue Diener • | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bedoe got in Wednesday night from Chicago to visit Mis. Bedoe's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wionker. Sadigo \ apts. While the Bedoes are, here they will take a two-week fishina trip with the Wronkers j Mrs. Jack Slone, 1884 S. W. 10th St., went to Baton Rouge, La., to attend the engagement party of heir niece, Miss Mar,lyn Bloomenfeld ... Mr. and JMrs. Carl Rosen have named %  t heir new baby Susan Frances i. Mrs. Milton Friedman is [leaving May 25th for Columbia, S. C, to spend the summer 'Sons Ronnie and Kenneth are going with her. Mr. Friedman will join his family in August. i Ida Engler is confined to her home with a very sore foot Mrs. Sol Goldstrom is visiting her brother, Jonas Unger, in New York. She flew there for an operation that since has been postponed. If her health permits, she is planning to attend the B'nai B'rith convention in Baltimore the end of this month !. Miss Anne Taksa is at the Whitehouse hotel for a month's She is from Pittsburgh, Mrs. Leslie to be Honored For Community Services ,. her longtime service mlocal Jewish lions, Mrs. Sol Leslie, immediate past president n's divisioi Ai ,,,„ j cw i h Congress, will be honored at i reception and musicale p m Monday at the Miami Womei %  1737 N. Bayshore dr. Seven years •' Pterofthe AJC v. division with -a She served six consecutive years as president of Hadassah, organized and served as first lident of Junior Hadassah and was president of the southeastern region of Senior Hadassah. She also served two years as a membei <>f the national board and was named honorary president of the local ehapter. Mrs. Leslie's son, David Noble [., she. will play a piano solo durum the program. Other features will be a trio consisting of Lacy Coe, violinist; Nina Young, pianist, Lucille Springer, cellist. A dramatic sketch will be presented by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, assisted by Miss Anyuta Melicov and Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Friends who wish to attend the affair may make reservations by calling Mrs. Max Meisel, 5-7253; Mis. Theodore Firestone, 5-2083, ,„ %  Mrs. Philip Salmon, 5-5282. Mis. Saln.on is in charge of arrangements. BA UER7HCONP IN NEW ENGL Capt and MrTLI Qew to New York Suncb y Thov ,;ft ^ •"'* before?' M ai u in about s, Mrs. Bauer, the !" !*"•. %  the daughta Ru h Steuer, Van? and "" 'ate Max L was attended l y c ] maul of honor, Lt Si* nick was best man. ," m v WM Performed I Leon Kronish. The bride attended versity of Miami for, and was graduated University of North Car11 in 6 in account !" Capt Bauer was git? Georgi i Tech, where 1 electrical engineering. I Tau Epsik ternity, the Institute] Engini ring and the Institute of Electrical inc. D ning the war it the Pacific a? a radio a the coast artillery. WANTED — EXPERIENCED B O O K K E E P E R Permanent resident. Must have knowledge of double entry and typing. CALL 3-5411 stay. Pa Charles Ghelerter and Leo Moskowitz have returned to Jacksonville after a week's stay here recalling old times with some of their U. of Florida friends ... Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cohen have reopened their home at 1864 S. W. 14th ter. Their son, Herbert, expects to move back to Miami from Key West w'.th his wife and son, Barry, and establish a business (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) tudlf MRS. SOL. H. LESLIE %  i mbers. Alter four yi ars as first vice presidi nt and threi pn sident, she retires froi e with a mi mbi p 6 iO women. She has been serving as a member of the nal ii>nal boaid of the division and is on ol 12 meml era of thi Ji .'. h Fed< ration Budget committi <, A resident of Miami "for 20 years, she was instrumental in obtaining the cl arter for the Alpha Eps n Phi sorority on the of Miami and organized the fust Jewish sorority on the campus. TEMPLE ISRAEL SLATES ANNUAL MEETING A buffet supper at 6 p.m. will precede the annual congregational meeting to be held at Temple Israel at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Election of officers and presentation of annual reports will highlight the meeting. Max Orovitz will preside. M "M MACH OP1N 141 f M tLAGLtH AT )• hen 11:15 "Mr. and Miss Y" will be chosen at a i.wim dance to be held at the Venetian pools Saturday evening by the Tri Beta council of the Miami Y. rflPiToi Open }]:4S % iirdines Pre-War Quality ALUMINUM DUTCH OVENS $C85 While Materials Last Have Your VENETIAN BLINDS RE-CONDITIONED With New Cornices It's the Answer Now 110 E. FLAGLER ST. 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A,S plex ubleu In th. gr, 7 box.^^ <-*e*B~ £*y&£i^3&5i:* THANK YOU| Profound thanks to those who had t fidence to vote for me. I am espec_ debted and deeply grateful to vm worked for and supported me so un and untiringly. I ask. in all humbleness and humili those who voted and worked aa^ aside their political differences ana 9 graciously their good will and mora | I need a united and loyal constituency to succeed in bringing to this distr federal assistance it so richly dese Rest assured that I will do e**J*jf in my power — and at all times— and prosperity of our district a ^ and for the permanent peace ot o troubled world. George Smath< ft---**^^^*-'^*;?^



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* 'Jewish fkrMbij PAGE THREE | Agency 0 f By-Laws ; fc iU keynot. he Le Jewish Sof: %  ", I the I'SC R ( r*-* %  lumbers are toMb. | ^d at a future .costituUonal cl L creation of a Cprogram to stimulate l^efamily agency and Ed to which sp Lint' I operating exL principal will be pecial %  rection ... 10 %  ; ;l -v i,, exi ( itive di'V R. Coh n holds %  lion. .. Brovitz. president oi the iMian-.i Jewish i %  be main speakei al the |to which the Jjlr. Orovitz will %  pattern of Jewish comlorganization foi il J Mrs. Benjamii Uident: Sidn. y Lei and Mr. C( hen will %  ports. [Kopelowitz is chairman igements for I i I LOUIS WINE WEDS CLAIRE LEVINE The former Claire Levinc, associated with the local USO-JWB office for the past three and a half years, was married to Mr. Louis J. Wine on May 1 at the Beth David synagogue. Rabbi Six BBG Queens To be Named Six girls will be honored for NURSE ENGAGED TO MR. FRANKEL Mi s Marie R. Singer has chosen late summer for her wedding FRANCES GINSBERG TO BE BRIDE SUNDAY thenwork in B'nai B'rith at the '" Al n Ml F,ankl1 Miss Singer's annual coronation, 7Tr.m. Sunday en 8agemtnt is being announced at the Lear school, 1010 West ave. Coronation of the six chapter quo us will bi made by the pr. idents of the B'nai B'rith Girls groups whose mi mbership numbers over 2H0. Mrs. Benjamin Landau, retiring president of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge, will present gifts to the queens. The women's organization is sponsoring the event. The program will include the invocation by Mrs. Saul Appelbaum; in "l Am an Ami Day" by Sandra Stein; an address by Mrs. Sam Silver, representing the advisors; greetings by Mrs. Carl W inkle Pauline Schwartz will lead the singing, accompanied by Doris Kassow. H> Day" by 'in, of the BBC Kills; an by her mother, Mrs. James Grinresenting the advisors: greetings berg, 1258 S.W. Third st. In the presence of their families and close friends, Miss Frances Ginsberg will become the bride of Nathan Tudor 3 p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Slepian, 2558 S.W. 20th St. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Miss Ginsberg, the daughter of jJay M. Ginsberg of Miami and Bangor, Me., will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Sam Schaffer, as matron of honor, and Miss Shirley Rothschild. Irving Baum will be best man for Mr. Tudor who is the son cf Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tudor of New York. A reception will follow the ceremony. After a honeymoon, the couple will reside at 829 S.W. 18th ave. Max Shapiro officiated at the ceremony. A reception for relatives and friends followed The couple spent their honeymoon motoring through the state and visiting Silver Springs, and are now back at their apartment at 1650 S.W. Fifth st. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Gussie Levinc of Miami, and Mr. Wine is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Wine of Providence, R.I. address bj Mrs. Sam Silver, repby Mrs. Carl Weinkle. July Nelson will lead the singing. Mrs. Sam Goldman and Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal, presidents of the Miami and Miami Beach Women's organizations will be introduc< (I. The bride elect is a graduate of Miami High school and was a cadet nurse at Mt. Sinai hospital in New York for 19 months. Son of Fred Frankel, Brooklyn and the late Mrs. Frankel, Mr. Frankel was graduated from CoWILBUR C. KING WILBUR C. KING CANDIDATE FOR Railroad Commissioner Group One SAYS THANKS TO THE PEOPLE OF DADE COUNTY. FOR YOUR VOTE IN THE FIRST PRIMARY Out of deference to the local men who were candidates in this group, I did very little campaigning in Dade County, but now that these fine and capable candidates have been eliminated. I earnestly ask the voters here for their support on May 28th. I MAKE THE ONE PROMISE TO KEEP THE FAITH WITH THE PEOPLE AND SERVE THEM HONESTLY AND FAIRLY. PLEASE ELECT ME YOUR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER IN GROUP ONE Paid rotltlcal Adv. Edgar Lewis to Become Bar Mitzva Tomorrow Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, dilumbia university. rector of the B'nai B'rith girls' activities in the fifth district, will be guest speaker. Hostess will be the advisors, the Mesdames Sam Silver, Jerome Freehling, Alex Cohen, Mil-' Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 235 ton Friedman, Frank Rose, JosI N.W. 43rd st., announce the Bar eph Beimann, Rose Kassowitz, Mitzva of their son, Edgar. ServPhilip Lefkowitz, Carl Weinkle, ices will be held at Beth David Al Richardson and the Misses Saturday morning with Edith Schulman, Edith Shier and Max Shapiro officiating. Rabbi Bobby Streiff. A reception will follow the program. Miss Schwartz Tells Troth At Dinner GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY IN GOLDEN GLADES HEIGHTS, ITL londa s Newest Home Developments, i exir. a ^! ne ? mparable opportunity for your future home t BBI&UR* development price. 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* Jenirtfhridten FRIDAY Hillel Funds Total $21,000 Contributions of $21,000 to the Hillel capital funds campaign were announced Wednesday by Harold Ti rk, Hillel advisory committee chairman who presided at a campaign breakfast held Sunday at the Strand restaurant. The figure includes approximately >'25l)0 which was raised at the affair attended by 30 people. Dr. Abram L. Sacher, national director of Hillel foundations, was guest speaker. Tl e event was one in a series that haw been held to acquaint members of the ci mmunity with the activities of Hillel in general and the itj Ol Miami Hilundation in particular, Turk said. With 314.000 still to be raised, the camp, ign will be concluded in the fall, he stated. Funds i in the drive will be earmark, d for the University of Miami Hillel house. Carl Weinkle, Sam Blank and Monte Selig are cochairmen ol the dr.\ t v. hii h was begun late last 5 GEORGIA GOVERNOR SCHEDULED TO SPEAK Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia will speak on the Town Hall forum of the Temple Israel Men's club Tuesday evening, May 28th at the Temple. In explaining his subject choice, Gov Amall says: "The %  .Dimly s. en' is the title ol >>' book which will soon go to the publisher-. It comes from the second versi the Star Spangled Banner. 'On tl through the mist oi Hie deep.' hi my h ctun I undertake to poiri the way v a better world and to that time win n men shall live together in peace and tranquillity as brotl Thai time and place is •the si. .HI' which we see' 'dimly'." II. i heit I'. Feibelman, member of t nts committee, announces that those who have season ticket.which include Face Fa'cts, George J. Talianoff Florida Director, ADL The end of the war has brought with It a shall) increase in the activities of subversive groups In the Ann i nan scene. Here in the south, we have obs< rved the rence of the Klan movement, by way of illustration. On the en,.., anti-democratic front, there has been rent wed activity since thi ti rmination of hostilities with various minority groups and minority segments being the subject ol attack. In one case, it may be ;:., Negroes, and in another the Catholics, i i J< ws, or labor, or aliens. The sun: total oi this increased activity on the part of un-American forci s has resulted in a heightening ol tensions and oi Lilley Sells Restaurant To Former Owner James Lilley has announced sale of Lilly's restaurant and cocktail lounge, 829 Biscayne blvd., to Mrs. Etta Manning, former owner. Future operation of the restaurant and lounge will be under the personal direction of Mrs. Manning's son-in-law, Frank Harney, jr., who operates a chain of drug stores on Miami Beach. Mr. Harney has had extensive experience in the restaurant field in New England and was director of the original Manning's sea food restaurant. While negotiations were pending for the purchase of Lilly's, he spent some time in New Orleans, New York and New England m to the k,„C SUpp In Edition t„ redM cockti.,1 i„ u ng *• me "U install *j ;', tth 'north end oil trance with a full !" J "m at the back. 4 An uutdoor dinin, I dded when buUdJ tions permit, Ralph Stephens Pl'hhe relations ind Harney, eviously schedgroup hatreds and suspicions, uled Icct Erika Mann may Sine* Easter, our attention has use them I I lectun Others been directed to increased activmay resi ve tickets by callin I le or maj | i -• them at the door. Thi re w ill be no reserved seats. SMATHERS TO ADDRESS MIAMI HADASSAH EUROPEAN REFUGEES TO COME HERE Assignment of European refu• to Miami is expected shot t|y, ai llg to ( ':...: Il • R. I George Smathers, congressmandirector of the Jewish Social irom Flo:.,ia's fourth disService bun scuss the Palestine question at thi Miami Hadassah installation luncheon May 21 at thi S taurant. He traduced by Mrs. Cohen has been informed by 11 i X..:. nal Ri : ugee servici I the first boat containing over 800 immigrants will arrive in New Mi % %  19 and that a second e G n, toastmistress. boat with 350 persons was si Mrs. Joi 1 Bi lov, present chaii • ill the first icers who are headed by Mi J e] Carp. • i lum hi it may %  %  igh Wednesday by ci : 3238, 1 Mrs. J : Fisl man, 2-1083. uled to sail from Europe May 14. Cohen i xpressed doubt that any i refugees will bi to M:am;. However, a proportionate number of those arriving on I ; ship and not planning ttle with reatives, will be sent here, he said. Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention 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 Children's Home to Get Party Proceeds V:. deck Home for Displaced Childri n in France will benefit from an affair to be sponsored by tl; v.' i. n Circle Women' i lub oi Brani h 692, Miami Beach. The card and bingo party will be held from 3 to 10:30 p.m. Sunday at tl e C:i, li lyceum, 25 ington ave. Refreshments will be served. ity on ihe part ol lb brew-Chris1 rem di self-styled ci n\. rted .lews apparently see in tate ol Florida fertile ground for the dissi mination of their peculiar ideology. These inviduals, it should be acknowledged, do not have as then conscious purpose the spreading ol anti-Semitism. Thej wish to "save souls" and think they can "save" the Jews by coin citing them. They, however, give no thought to the effect their activities have upon : i tal community. The spreading of their ideology causes increased tensions in the community and results in disunity and disharmony. Unfortunately, in our state, ol these conversionists have been permitted the use of our public schools, which is in contradiction with a basic concept of our democratic government, namely, tin separation of Church and state. Their appearances in the public schools have unquestionably been responsible for several distressing incidents, winch have come to the attention of the writer. The problem of the activities of conversionists is inextricably interwoven with the broader problem of th teaching of religion in our public schools. It should be noted that this is not a Jewish problem. It is a community problem based on fundamental American principles of deep concern to all elements, {Jews and non-Jews, that have at i ening of tensions, the creation of unity, and the general welfare and progress of the community. The discussion of public schools and religion will be continued in our next lolumn. I MSL HOLDS CLASSES Mian,i Service league members and then husband.have been invited to join the organization's i rumba class which will meet 8 p.m. Tue-day at the Miami Y. The group also holds calisthenics clases for MSL and Y women from 10:30 till 11:30 a.m., Monday.and Thursdays, 3-50001 !" LICENSED ANDINSURED CoHmcrcns I 669 N.W.6*SttetmL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA '""tTimmiiBMnnii NtPTOWEST „ "'mi 77 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 78-3212 ELECT BILL I LANTAF YOUR REPRESENTATIVE Group 3 ABLE — SINCERE PROGRESSIVE WORLD WAR II VETERAN "Don't Be A r.t. Political .viv. i,v A COLLEGE, BUSIHEl or TRADE SCH0< EDUCATION FOR t AYes, your tuition up to $500 per o nary school year paid for 48 n of college, business or trade i You also receive S65 per living allowance-$90 if you I dependents. This is the opporti open, upon their discharge, to i over 18 (17 with parents' con* who enlist in the new Regal Army before October 6,1946, !d years. Get all the facts at your UJ Army Recruiting Station. 228 POST OFFICE BUILDING MIAMI, FL0B HEAR! JUDGE W. RALEIGH I PETTEWA| Over WQAM AT 6:15 P. M. FRIDAY. MAY H*' FRIDAY, MAY 241 j I wish io express my sinctrt preciation for your confide* indicated by your vole in Primary, and I want io ask] VOTE FOR JUDGE W. RALEIGH PETTEWA1 FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTIN ON MAY 28 Over 17 Years a Judge ,. d poUtW" **\ =JHI. US



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FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1946 jDA Receives Local Funds • 00 T w as made by FederahfiSt? -^Monday *SI fording to Morns STexecutive director nSor beneficiary was the Joint f J i Anneal of theAmerican ^ n f f i I.and the Anti*f*SrSuiue which fights SrtE-•>*• grant Kto A aPProved were $500 for L%ncr. Orl Federation; £, ffE Miami Y; $250 for LPrnni i r Women's organizaS„ P andS100.' V.vo (Yiddish Scientific institut. Of tho allowtion made to the Y $150 was Riven for the Miami l^ice league activities and $100 tothecompletion oi a survey on I military statistu Irving Seid, representative of L Jewish Welfare board's war records committee, is in town this week helping the local survey Lnmittu M J. KopelowitS hwdstlu Miami group which is [compilins records of Jewish participation in the services during I the war. Approximately 3,000 names are I now listed, M Grossman, cochairmun of the Miami war Irecords committee, states, and an I other 1,000 are < xpected to be lidded when tl %  rvey is completed. The committee is also re| classifying the names with listlings of the exact branch of the [armed to served in and %  other service "Jenlstfhrldltor, YPL To Celebrate Lag B'Omer With Dance PAGE FIVE A Lag B'omer celebration will be held by the Young Peoples league Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Music will be provided by Mickey Marvin's orchestra. Feature of the dance will be a rumba contest with a prize for the winning couple. Senior hostesses of the leaguewill serve refreshments. Arangcments foi the affair have been made by Arlene Rose, program chairman, and Selma Lewis, Gil Godley, Norma Raskin, Sandy Gulkis, Irv Gilbert, Jerry Mcltz and Morris Gulkis. Admission is free for members. Non-members have also been invited. Florida Rabbis Rename Dr. Kaplan B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Miami Bead-, was renamed president of the Plorida Association of Rabbis at a conference held Sun'day and Monday in Jacksonville. Next meeting of the state rabbis M" 1 b ? ,d m Grea t<* Mmi in May, 1947. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Mibrand new chapter on the Beach, ami Beach and Rabbi Morris '"' wi have on Tuesday. The Skop of Orlando were elected vice Chapter .vill do three things at a president and secretary-treasurer llintl ""n at the Ritz Carlton hoof the association. tel, come next Tuesday noon— the institution of the UNVEILING The By PAUL WEITZMAN |chairman, states that his commitThis is our first column for the tee will make up packages to Miami Boach lodge, B'nai B'rith; send to families in Europe. MemI unless it dies aborning, there will'bers are urged to bring cans of be others. |food, not alone to the BeachOur first item is about the lumber affair, but to every meet. B'nai B'rith ladies. They have a > lng Tho ldea is increase the number of families to be supplied with food packages—as the supply is increased by member contributions. Godfrey Newman, chairman of the veterans' service committee, has placid a number of newspapers in the Nautilus hospital, as part of a project, and brightened Mothers' Day at the hospital by sending flowers. tel, come lebrate chapter, install the first set Of officers and finally, initiate new members. The ladies have a membership [celeb I new HABONIM TO PRESENT DRAMATIC PROGRAM | FDR Club Holds Dance A damv and %  show will %  beheld i>y the FDR club this eve[nir.g at the Blaclcstone hotel. [Michael and his orchestra will [provide a'ii.-:c foi thi affair, Bob |Lyr.n, social chi announces. A non-sectarian progressive froup, the club sponsors a pro|pam dramatizing controversial [issues over Stat WGBS at 8 1p.m. on T i The recently formed Habonim, branch of the labor Zionist youth movement, will present an initiation and dramatic program 9 p.m. Saturday at Beth David synagogue. The program will include a speech, a dramatic playlet and a | Palestine movie. There is no admission charge and the public is invited. Organized last October, the lo' cal Habonim is affiliated with the %  Hechalutz organization which sends Jewish youth to Palestine las agriculturalists and skilled workers. Its activities here have included cultural programs, collections I for the Jewish National Fund and iHistadrut, and the sale of Shekollim for the World Zionist organ' ization. Officers are Miriam Feil, rosh bonim; Martin U. Martel, vice president; Bea Shapoff, secretary; Bea Greenberg, recording secretary, Sandra Freedman, treasurer, and Emanuel Stadlan, rosh machaneh. e unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Harry of about 125. which is an indica=>'egel, attorney who resided on tion of the popularity of the new l aim Island, will take place 5 chaper and indicative, as well, p.m. Sunday in the Jewish secof the efforts put into the organtion of Woodlawn Park cemetery, ization work. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, The officers, headed by Mrs. assisted by Cantor A. S. FriedTillic Rosenthal, president, will man. Arrangements are in charge be installed by Mrs. Beverly of Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Becker, past president of the .Monument company. Mr, Siegel Chicago B'nai B'rith Council of was a member of the Beth David Wom< n's Chapters, who will in also present the charter. Mrs. congregation and was active fraternal groups. Friends and relatives are asked to be present at the unveiling. The unveiling of a monument jto the memory of the late Joseph iRocke, 1174 N.W. Second st., was held May 10 at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Harry Kaufman is general chairman of the luncheon with Mrs. Ah x Schumann in charge of hospitality. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich will act as toastmistress. Reservations will be closed at 200 and may be made with Mrs. Alex Li bow. Our second item is about the Calls Breakfast Meeting A breakfast meeting of members of the Miami Y board and Y youth organization presidents has been called for 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Y by Henry Jacobson, membership drive chairman. VffifCiifi for REST CONVALESCEHO .-.CHROMIC CASES Services were read by Rabbi Murmcn B nai B'rith on the Beach ray Grauer, assisti d by Cantor wl feature a dance at the BeachMaurice Mamches. Sid H. Palmer comb(r "" Wednesday evening at of the Miami Monument company 8:3 n m Purpose? To feed the was in charge of arrangements, .starving of Europe. Admission will be by paid-up membership and a can of food— anything edible that is not perishable. This is part of a project to gathe. sufficient foodstuff to Unveiling of a monument to the memury of the late Morris Shumer, 362 Michigan ave., took place Sunday in Mt. Sinai cemesen d to war-Torn EurorX^OCdop't" tery. Mr. Shumer was active in a -Family" is the name applied to 'Sun-RayPark e a Ith Resort HMD ro SOOKUT IpitJ Mi*'r.riACcitio"CouT-rioiOA the Jewish Fraternal order, lodge 192. Arrangements were in charge of Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. WANTED: EXPERIENCED SECRETARY Stenographer, Typist, General Office Routine for Jewish Business Firm GOOD SALARY — FIVE-DAY WEEK Permanent Resident Only for Year-Round Employment Ad 234, Care of Jewish Floridian P. 0. Box 2973 Miami 18. Florida A memorial to the late Maurice L. Brush, 1622 S.W. 15th st., was unveiled Sunday morning at Mt. Sinai cemetery. Sid H. Pamer of the Miami Monument company was in charge of arrangements. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Ceia Sangerman will take place 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating Arrangements are under the direction of Gordon Monument company. Friends are asked to be present. MY JEWISH FRIENDS mS? U ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: COLDS IN THE HEAD. COUGHS. !SS SENESSl CATARRH. BRONCHIAL TUBES KING CONGESTED, ASTHMA. SINUS. ETC.. you DmaS" n absolute raEE SAMPLE of PAGE'S ""lALERS made in cigareife form of Herbs from *yna. etc The very best obtainable for the above menuoned afflictions, at DRUG STORES. ASK FOR A ttttSSS ur slo 9 an "TRY THEM BEFORE JZ BU Y TH EM." They have been used by millions sam i Si 1Ce 1892 We wish y u to tiY a bee licial S "^ Use your own judgment as to the bene'esults you receive. Regular sizes as follows: 20 Ci 9ettes 35c 45 for 60c 95 for $1.20 Leading Drug Stores Sell Them in Miami and Throughout the World Ck e lmp0rlant word more to that the Medicated not be rea ^ hes ,he afflicted parts where liguids can oskina f There,ore samples will be given for the ierm,? .? snor, t !" 9 only, but you can and will **• a FREE SAMPLE by writing m C ru? S0LIDATED CHEMICAL CO.o. P j.r. W C HERRY ST. S. E. N0T E GRAND RAPIDS. MICH. he desired result It not obtained in a few days. Contult Your Physician Unveiling of a monument memorializing the late Philip Baumoehl will take place at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Gordon Monument company. Friends are requested to be present. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FOUNTAIN PENS AT CEILING PRICE OR BELOW Parker 51 .7. $12.50 (No Tax) Esterbrook ... $1.50 Inkograph „'._. $2.00 MM 9 5c Esterbrook... Q00 3' PEN and PENCIL SETS WITH NEW AUTOMATIC PENCIL Mail Orders Filled AM Makes Fountam Pen. Repa.red "BARNETT'S 403 15th Street CORNER WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH PHONES: 5-2975 5-2976 this project, and Arthur Kahn, DR. R. SPENCER HOWELL Announces his return to private practice after four years of duty with the armed forces. 809 Huntington Bldg. Phone 2-3200 TOP SOIL 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. 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I PAGE SK *JewlstncrldtorL %  \, irJewislhJftotMiQyp Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla P_0._Bo^2973_ Phone 2 1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1W;>. at the fost Office of Miami, Fla.. under the Act of March. 3, li Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. S5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor "VOLUME 19 NUMBER 20 Miami 18. Florida, Friday, May IT, 1940 1YAR 16, 5706 A COURAGEOUS UNDERTAKING The S4,000,000 campaign to build Palestine's first medical school must be considered a valiant effort on the part of American Jewry. For at a time when the most immediate problem is to get the suffering Jews out of Europe and into Palestine, there are those who aie foresighted and courageous enough to undertake a project that will benefit th3 whole Middle East. It is for the Jewish people that the medical school will be built in Jerusalem. But not for our people alone. The Jewish refugees who go to Palestine will reguire careful medical attention. The doctors in Palestine are too few for the long-range job. Few European Jewish doctors of the remnant who survive will get to Palestine. The training of new Jewish doctors will be an important function of the proposed school. But it is not for our people alone that the school will be built. Students of all races and creeds will be admitted. And the men and women trained at the school will raise the health standards in Palestine and the Middle East by actual practice and by research, especially in the field of tropical disease. Establishment of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical school depends upon contributions from Dade county and the rest of the U. S. Your financial support is urgently needed. THE BRANDEIS CONTEST The Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission is offering two four-week scholarships to the Brandeis camp institute in Pennsylvania to the winners of its current essay contest. The material advantage of training lor Zionist leadership in a vacation-like atmosphere should be an incentive for Greater Miami youth to participate. Subject of the essay contest is "What is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to Palestine?" To the losers as well as the winner is the added opportunity of defining his role in the vital politics of Zionism. Beth Tfilah Begins Construction at Beach Construction"^ B?th Tfilah synagogue at !'35 Euclid avc.beJS Wednesday with the breaking rf Xn n impleted,the.ynagogu ,,11 seat between 000 and 650 peJUs and contain a gallery and h w ,il be strictly orthoConstruction is expected to retire six to eight weeks, dependSg upon the availability of ma^Meanwhile, services are being .cted at the congregations quart er S on Sixth st, Miami Beach. Friday evening services ire held at 7:30 ....... Saturday mor ning, 9 a.m.. and w Saturday evening, 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Joseph E, Rackovsky is the speaker. Daily services are held at a a .m. followed by a special class inMishna. A class in Jewish laws and customs is held after evening services, T:30 p.m. BPW ELECT. CHANGE MEETING SCHEDULE A slate of officers headed by rvs Cooper, president, was elected bj the Business and Pronal Women's division of Hah „i a meeting Monday evening. Others elected were Frieda Shifman and Use Frankel, vice presidents; Esther Sussman, re;, r ding secretary; Reba Shapses, assistant recording secretary; Nan Bernstein, ci rresponding secretary; Sadye Alexander and Ella Goodman, assistant corresponding secretaries; E d ythe Fleisher, ir< r, and Anne Patz, financial secretary. A talk on the Shekel drive was given by Harry Simonhoff, Greater Miami Shekel chairman, who distributed Shekel books among the girls. The summer schedule for meetings of the division has been changed to one meeting instead of two a month. Meetings will be held on the second Monday of every month during the summer only, with the next meeting scheduled for June 10 at the Beach Y. FRIDAY. MAY l 7 House immigration m "Hi eliminated by ^H the controversial *&£?*? Gossett bill. ,„„, ££*% TAKES ZIONIST POST Nathan Straus III of New York (right) is welcomed as vice chairman of the Committee on Unity for Palestine of the Zionist Organization of America by the committee chairman, Dr. Felix A. Levy of Chicago, noted Reform rabbinical leader. Mr. Straus, member of one of American Jewry's outstanding families, accepted the vice chairmanship at a dinner in his honor at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, saying: "I am deeply anxious that a true picture of Palestine shall become available, both to those people who have a distorted picture, now and to those who have given no thought to the problem up to the present time." ROSE CHAPTER NAMES EDITH SCHULMAN LAG B'OMER Leg B'Omer, which will be celebrated Sunday, is the holiday of Jewish students and Jewish heroes or better still, Jewish students who were heroes or patriots. Lag B'Omer was celebrated for the first time almost eighteen hundred years ago. In the year 131, Hadrian the Roman Emperor, promised '.he Jews who had remained in Judaea, which was then a Roman province, to permit them to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem. Then ho broke his word end revoked the decree. _The Jews revolted against Hadrian. Their heroic leader, Simon Bar Kochba, suffered defeat after defeat. But on Lag B'Omer day he achieved a great victory. Ho hurled back the Roman legions and entered Jerusalem and proclaimed himself King of Judaea. Who formed the vanguard of Bar Kochba's army? They were the students of Rabbi Akibah's famous Yeshivah, 24 000 strong—true, young patriotic students, but the bravest of the brave And that is why Jewish youlh all over the world and through all these past centuries have cherished Laa B'Ompr as the students' holiday. y Candlelight Ceremony To Honor Officers Officers of the Miami Women's auxiliary t<> the Jewish Home for the Aged will be installed in a candlelight ceremony 2 p.m. Sunday at the Strath-Haven hotel. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder and honorary president, and Mrs. Louis Herzog, president, will install the officers. Toastmistress will be Mrs. Sydncy L. W intraub. Jewish organizations have been asked to send entatives to the affair, which will include entertainment and rein -hments. Admission is free of charge. (lift .-ommittce chairmen are Mrs. Becky Levine, Mrs. Isidor Langner and Mrs. Sadie Karasik, who is also installation chairman. A policy tif sponsoring "a general cultural series of the highest Miss Edith Schulman was elected president of the Rose chapter, E'nai B'rith Women, at a dinner held last week at the Only Inn. Elected with her were Mrs. Norman Reinhard, vice president; Miss Evelyn Rodan, corresponding secretary; Miss Caroline Cherry, recording secretary, and Miss Vicki Benjamin, treasurer. Installation will be held in June. Miss Betty Anne Weintraub has been selectc d to represent the chapter at the national convention in Baltimore, May 27. First annual Mother's Day tea was held by the organization Sunday at the home of Miss Dorothy Edelson. The Misses Audrey Gelb, Betty Anne Weintraub and Rosalie Sepin were in charge of the program which included presentation of corsages to mothers of the members. House Group B anj Quota Reduction WASHINGTolT (JTA I OUfle immigration comma,JM g Immigration quota!* r cent for the n X MuH •ubetitute a^X, 10 would nave reduced the. ting per A substi amenZ; Si 25 per cent far^**! also defeated ycara ** Opposition to section 5 of J measure had bi en n pn £*\ hearings bef,,,, the eorUS J the American Federation OMJI bov tile Congress of IndustSI Organizations and other J Jewish o.gani/atmns voiced Z opposition jointly through J,Z' Nathan D. Perlman £ & fjed in behalf of the XaS Community Relations Adv ls „„| council, which includes all m Z\ Jewish group, n the countrvl The revised bill was reported to the Hotis, by the committee. Chaplain Arnoff Killed En Route To Discharge NEW YORrTMay 10-0*1 lain (Captain) Nachman S. And off, 46, a veteran of 18 rr.onthfl service in the European theatal was killed yesti i day in a Am;| truck accident at Camp KilmJ N.J., en route to a processing cen-f ter for discharj A graduate of the Jewish TheoJ logical Seminar) and a membi of the Rabbinical Assembly,! Chaplain Arnotf served in Iulj| and just before his departure, u tendered a community tribute 1 the Jews of Leghorn lor the work] he had done in their behalf. Prior to enU i ing the sirvice.hJ was rabbi of Congregation B'nai| Israel, Chicaf MRS. SIMON HEADS STATE OES COMMITTEE "I AM AN AMERICAN DAY"—1946 Each year, since 1940, the third Sunday in May has been set aside as "I Am An American Day" by Presidential proclamation. This year the day for publicly honoring the men and women who have recently become citizens, either by reachina their majority or by naturalization, falls on May 19 It has been proclaimed by President Truman in a messagp urging federal state and local officials and patriotic, civic and educational organizations to 'help our new citizens, both native born and naturalized, to understand more fully the significance of responsibilities of citizenship in our self-governing Republic" His proclamation pays tribute to the "sacrifices of millions of our young men and women on the ba:tlefronts of the world performing bravely their highest duties as citizens" and cites the nSLSteS w ar r ? va g ed u nati n? of 'he world now look to the United States for leadership and for assistance. "Our nation derives its chief strength to give such leadership and assistance from rts Citiwns native-born and foreign-born, working together as one people. ^• w,w calibre Greater Miami" was approved by the Greater Miami HONOR MOTHERS Mothers of Iota Alpha Pi sorority members received sorority recognition pins at a Mother's Day luncheon held Sunday at the Roney Plaza. Miss Audrey Epstein, chancellor, mad' the welcoming address and pledges of the group provided impromptu entertainment. Mrs. Lena Simon has been appointed chairman of the Red Cross, b. nevolent and welfare committee of the Grand chapter, Florida Order of the Eastern Star, by newly-elected worthy grand matron, Mrs. Bessie Christian of Ocala. One hundred fifty chapters throughout the state will work in cooperation with Mrs Simon. In connection with the project Mrs. Max Kupper will sponor a games party at her home, 1250 S.W. 21st ter., at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. The public is invited. Mrs. Dave Alper, 1059 Pennsylvania ave., was hostess at a luncheon for the project yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Simon was appointed grand representative of the Florida OES in 1935 by Mrs. Nancye Rickard and served as grand warder under Mrs. Alfred Neeb in 1942. TO HOLD BEACH PARTY A beach party for members has been scheduled by the Beach Y for Saturday evening, May 25. Swimming, from 6 p.m., will be followed by a dinner at 7:30 and a dance and community singing at 8:30 p.m. Only charge will be for the dinner. The affair will be held at the Y, 1 Lincoln rd. Jack D. Burris, acting president of Miami Beach Zionist district, addressed the weekly luncheon meeting of the organization Wednesday and reported on his trip the preceding weekend to Birmingham to attend the Southeastern Zionist conference. In the absence of Luncheon Chairman Jake Felt. Burris has taken over direction of the weekly events. Abess Named President Of New Beach Bank Leonard L. Abess, Miami certified public accountant, is presi-j dent of the New N •;::. S: :e bank, Miami Beat h, which receiv-J ed its state charter last Thurs-| day. The bank, approved by Comp' troller J. M. Lee as supervisor!' state banks, will have S400.M capital stock, a S75.000 surpla and $25,000 undivided profits. Serving with Abess are Shepard Broad, first vice presided! Albert Pick, second vice preside^ and cashier. Directors will be the officers and J. A Hapsworth, Charlei Baez, Dr. Morris Goodman, JJ Claude Carroll, George S. PoliB jr., Robert C. Martin, Dr. Lou: G. Lytton and E. E. Brett. JDA MOVE REVEALS ANTI-SEMITISM "Linked in Freedom's Cause,! a film depicting the use of annj Semitism as a divide and conques weapon to destroy democracy, %  now available for showing on free loan basis, George Tal.anoH Anti-Defemation league direct* announces. ,., Produced by the Joint I*w Appeal, the movie is being sW" throughout the state this monU Quentin Reynolds, foreign.con* spondent and radio commenujj is narrator of the film. ArranJ ments for showing the ni uen £l be made with Talianoff at ^ Seybold bldg. Abe S. Goldman and EGoldstein are members committee of veterans, ci rj fraternal organisations whic" 1 sponsor an "I Am An Am" M day observance Tuesday y at Bayfront park. Comdr%  Bulkeley. whose e*P lc f will j Pacific won him fame. guest speaker. Latest OPA rtUilifc* *j subject discussed Frishman, executive secre the Miami Beach Apa^ 0 sociation, at a meeting timore club Tuesday at tne



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MA Y 17,1946_ +Je*lstrk>rldlar PAGE SEVEN amians Tel l Reactions to Palestine Report .publication of the dUJons which w ere never intend-1 Benjamin E. Bronston, presi-L r'TIT TTTDV ^OlUflUITTTFP ^^.'•ni-.m-y commitrecent rep ... 0 „ Palestine, has been opinion yd fce'i %  conflicting, %  arouseJI* l vi Stion to the inquirihol 100,000 be au1 Jewish leadHoridian finds (avora | Uu t 100.000 lers "^coinmendati n us. 1,i„n certificates j i misi into Pal** irj L^ 1 0 ^! JmTssion of dia into Pal ., features of the fe r ,onal A t f the Zionist Organizr^irico. was pleased to huon o % %  ers of t he kar 1 wen unanimous in ,,000 irnmigrBon certificates -On the other hand, he de,„J "it is very disappointSzionis l5l o find .hat the SoMhe report seems to MM L effort to lake from the ZionZ, the thing thai is most im5 te t hem-.hc building, up J, Palestine as a Jew.sh state. The Zionists feel that only a Jewish stale can solve the Jewish problem. Any other attempt will end up in failure and the problem will be bitter once again." Referrii f I : ime Minister A .. v ... the report Mr. Goodman called it "an att mpt on the part .. K | | • ick the plain import of the report by resorting to quibbling and attaching conditions which were never intended. This is born out by the fact that two members of the American commission, Mr. Crum and Mr. Buxton, both expressed indignation over the interpretation that Mr. Attlee is trying to place on the report. They claim that the admission of the 100,000 Jews into Palestine would not be conditioned upon the disarming of Jewish defense in Palestine," he concluded. Necessity for United Nations aid was cited by Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. "In the first place," he said, "the part that deals with the 100,000 displaced persons being permitted to enter Palestine is fine on paper. But unless the United Nations is willing to guarantee the proposal, financially and otherwise, it will be meaningless. "Secondly, I am disappointed because the report seems to sound the death knell to the prospect of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. Bad as the White Paper was. it never abrogated the Baliour declaration. It merely limited immigration. We are vitally interested in the maintenance of the Balfour declaration as such. The only real protection for the Jews will be if the Jewish population of Palestine has a voice in the I government," Klass empha| Benjamin E. Bronston, president of the South Florida chapter, American Council for Judaism, stated he is 100 percent in accord with the report. "I think it solves the problem," he said. Mr. Bronston added that he feels the report should be considered as a whole and that the portion which recommends the immigration of 100.000 displaced persons to Palestine should not be taken separately. "The report bears out the principles of the American Council for Judaism," he claimed. Dr. M. A. Lipkind, a director of the Miami Beach Zionist district, saw three good points in the report—the admission of an additional 100.000 Jews to P tine; the decision not to defend Arab claims, and the recommendation to allow Jews to buy land. But he was disappointed in the denial of future statehood for the Jews and the statement that the Jews were never promised statehood. Dr. Lipkind also found fault with the recommendation that a new system of education be set up in Palestine. "We don't want the education system to be dictated to us." he said. He also decried the mixture of religion with politics as evidenced in the report. "The future is very dark indeed," he said, "and we have to continue to fight for our ideals." Schools Cancel Sunday Outings CULTURE COMMITTEE ESTABLISHES POLICY sized. HI|||H|||I". "Ill 11 li II11 inn in in mi %  i %  111 II mum %  Ml liuiiil MP Jin. inn in in inn IN GREATER MIAMI Sunday School picnics, scheduled for this Sunday, have been called off by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Beth David, Beth Sholom, and Temple Israel. Beth Jacob has cancelled the athletic portion of its outing and the Miami Beach Jewish Center, which has planned a picnic for May 26, has also called its affair off. In cancelling the Beth David picnic, Rabbi Max Shapiro announced that regular Sunday school classes will be held by the congregation this week. Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum stated that the Tempi'Israel picnic will be postponed until further notice and that religious school classes will met as usual. Students of the Beth Jacob Sunday and daily schools will meet at the community building at 11 a.in Sunday for a Lag B'Oimr lestival. Mothers have been invited to attend. Refreshments will be served by members of the Sisterhood. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Jack Hirsch, Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs. L. D. Feder, Mis. Joseph Brenner. Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. Eugenia Lilicnfeld and Mrs. Rose Hayes. A policy of sporing "a general cultural scries of the highesst calibre for Greater Miami" was approved by the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee last week Plans for next season's series of lectures and concerts will be made by the committee when it meets with Mrs. Leo Huberman, chairman, 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Miami Beach Y. TERMITE CONTROL EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING GENERAL EXTERMINATING CO. 436 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION PHONE 5-3765 tnaMy, tftfLtctiiticf, BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET Exceptionally Flna WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Parties and Banquet! TENDEB, HtJfkM win melt In roar mouth •*• P the r.Nilr.1 plat* l,o" SHE* %  midnight. 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Hollander, 4829 Cherokee ave., have returned from a trip to Chicago, where they attended the wedding of their daughter, Edyth, to Chaplain Leo Geiger Mr. and Mrs. David Weinberg, 2469 Flamingo pi., will leave the first of June for California, Mr. Weinberg's former home, for extended visits in Hollywood and San Diego %  an* • •_ T > I'lnAnrlnKl tC DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St.. Miami %  e c c n OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED %  %  .. ft.Vanaei-**Mir %  ""•"" %  "-' Telephone 58-2979 To those who supported and voted for me I want to express my most sincere appreciation. With YOUR continued support we will be victorious in the second primary, to the betterment of our Dade County Schools. JIMMIE HENDERSON School Board District No. 3 Pd. Political Adv. That trip Leo Eisenstein is taking to Hot Springs, Ark., isn't all for pleasure. He is going to attend 10 some business too Mrs. Marion Frank is leaving Miami Saturday after a visit with her mother and father, way home to Alabama, she will stop in Nashville, Tenn. Miss Beulah Sugerman left this week for New Jersey where she will spend some time. Lt. Howard K. Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1347 N. W. Eighth st., is home on terminal leave after three y?ars' service with the Pacific Ileet. He spent eighteen months serving aboard the U.S.S. Langley, taking part in combat action in the Marshalls, Mariannas, Philippines and Iwo lima, and the first raids on Okinawa and Tokyo. Now that he is home, he will be associated with the Pan American corp. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman flew to Greensboro, N. C, Wednesday for a vacation. NATHAN Snwus-DuPAnauinu „00NE SECOND AVE. PHONE 3-086! MIAMI. FLA. Announces The Appointment Of HARRY RFRIEDMAN As Manager of Miami Branch HOTELS— RESTAURANTSINSTITUTIONS— CLUBS i nv,ted ITS? 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+Jenlsincrldrian Your Personal Problems By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D. Zionist Convention To Meet Here in Fall Director, Counselling Service, Detroit. Mich. Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail Miami Beach will be host to the regional convention, Southas far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions an,a .1 as j ern district, Zionist Organizastamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care ol j ac |, n. Burris, The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida. "WHERE ARE THE MEN?" Being a columnist is a dangerous occupation. I learn this day by day. When I make a general statement, sufficient to cover a variety of cases I see and have seen over the years, I take my life in my hand. People stop me on the street and in meetings and say: "Last week you said so and so. I know differently. Look at my friend's case. This is what happened to them ." In this same manner I was stopped last week. A very nice girl, a girl of pleasing person llity, active in the community, look me to task for a recent column. What she said was reinforced by the comments of other girls of her age and they say. in effect: "We are a lost generation. We might as well forget all thoughts of marriage." All these people asked: "Where are the men?" This girl was happily married. She went places with her husband. He was the bisi man the Lord had created in many years. More than that, they belonged to each other. Theirs was a marriage eternal. So it was until he was killed in action. Behind him he left pleasant memories which now are mixed with violent tugs at the heart. Mem tries are satisfying, for a while. Hut life is so lonesome, despite all club activities. This girl is living with %  %  ories. in the past up to a point. When are her friends? you ask. Her friends, and then many, her friends adore her and she them are married, have families and their own husbands and wives. Their activities are for married people only. Of course thev are glad to have Janie come along with them. But she does make an odd number and an escort musl be found for he 1 is not lefl oul of the picture. I suspect that her friends w< e her as .1 visitor but not as an extra person on a night out. Worse still, when Janie is with her married friends, she makes parisons unconsciously. The lives of her friends are complete husband, wife, children, a home. Her life is only partially complete H< r frii nds make self-sufficing units: she is not. Her 1 wn standards prevent I bumming around Shi nevei was a bum ai elf-worth J 1 en and-thei movements which some war v %  swer to grief. WHERE ARE THE MEN? Jam ( s well known. She typifies the substantial young an of this generation. Shi earns her living. She is neat She is intelligent. Shi I well and interestingly She can live as ;,':' (i ,s • %  alone, but si e wants to live ..cam and as she once did sive, in a subtle w .. perl ai she could find >ver. Bemi unaggressive, she asks me, "Where are men: difficulty, I can 1 numi ral • asl a dozen girls in the All of them an quiet, These girls The men have : if this is so What has happened to the single rvt 1 A good many of them are back Aren't marrying? Ar. their intentions other than honorable? Are trying to rush girls into situations, telling them fairy tales • b ux ': re etting a bit overus i.e.u re to force marriage'' Are nri. as men of substantial character andsound in tmctively stay clear? Are Ih. marking I don't |,nd tins from the ;: ;i : t don't find this amoi th. men I know Tie ; • yheproc. : Idier-to-civilian, taffi I would like to d. my bit in this campaign. I want to prove to : '. g, proving it quite directly If a ,! such men and women would help. I would Bladlv e Y, en J' W M like t the names of such irls.indignit 3 befitt !" faLta3 %  .„; %  :r%^''-r. >> by providin* part • head 1 :' the Miami Beach district, ;,d upon his return from I SSD 1 %  rence at Birmingham last weekend. :!, November, is 1 \: 1 (ted to at1 than -li" 1 Zionists from All ban a, Tenn< 11 Kentucky, Louisiana. :: s th Carolina as MJOC MEN NAME TEMPORARY OFFICERS Emanuel Karger was naVed t> mporary chairman and Morris Fineman, temporary secretary, at the organizational meeting of th/ Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Men's club Tuesday evening. Flection of officers will be held Thursday evening at the Talmud Torah. A cultural and social program is being arranged by the officers and Murray Shulman and Rabbi Murray Grauer. As part of its activities, the club is planning an athletic program The Life of Enrico rw. written by his widow, wj,> viewed by Edward Clarko ,7,* p.m. Saturday .,, Z ^ forum. Wednesday ,1 P noza Hanoka and n,,K,n B "Suture on "Positive H.aiVh? ern Civilization "T^. 1 '* meets at the home of n, V* ham Wolfson. lith st L ra Collins ave. and Ocean" dr W W No Epidemic. Cato Says The ,i.-ing number of polio cases does not represent an epiri Single, All ol the • ntial m background •'" echo %  %  lea: "We are a lost generation. Tin PAINTING and DECORATING Quality Work By Qualified Workmen ALL WORK GUARANTEED GULFSTREAM PAINTERS PHONE 7-5118 THANKS F ^ R TT Y p B U ^ U r PP 2i T IN MY BEHAL F FOR SUPREME COURT JUSTICE AND YOUR CONTINUED HELP ON MAY 28 ELECT PAUL D. BARNS JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT (Group 2) Senior Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit T with over 20 years of trial court experience', who asks promotion to the Supreme Court of Florida. Pd. Politico Adv. by Friends Florida. Convention in cooperation with the Miami Y. luarters will be at the Na: %  1. %  : I Shapiro, Miami Bi ich \ who accompanied Burth< Birmingham conference, %  :,> head the fall Other demic, Dr. T. E. Cato, county health director, said Wednesday. Dr. Cato stated that he has not banned public affairs nor has he requested schools to close. However, he recommended that children 'avoid undue fatigue and overexert ion." the Miami B< ach dis• ,v:!l be officis to the ng Zionists. "Although tie convention is than than five months in Itun the committee will begin functioning this month in ordei to make the Novembi r meeting a memorable one." Shapiro In addition to the business %  ; i i %  vention, a compit ti program of sights) i ing, fishmi: ami other events will be inPlans for the installation of officers to be held j unc on < made by the board of the S Jacob Tuesday evening at uj home of Rabbi ;, nfl Mrs M Meschelofi. The £*££& firs t held b y the new 0 *£"* To Show Football Film Motion pictures of the Orange Bow] football game will be shown following the business meeting of eluded on th.> schedule in order t | ie Temple Israel Men's club i ;n a favorable Monday evening. The meeting visiting Zionist delew ni be held at the Temple at 18:15 p.m. COUPON I enjoy your "The Drama of Palestine" series and enclose $ t owards its cost and for your other good work. Mothers Notice the difference in flavor edgz and texture oi mm BABY FOODS in glass jars ADMISSION "O MINOII AO-IMID EVERY RACE "'Fr/^rS^yV^n^ 0 ^" TO B.SCAW % %  %  P*M Ave ana 2nd S? .very ',V '"" Corn starting at 7 ., 5 pi a„ rt <• 7,,t 8, a Collin. A" 1^1 r f, nd 7:45 P -MInte 'cul B V at Co "' n Ave "51 Colh„, Ave. 7ltt niahii',7 ,y Bu Com Pny leave, TRACK VffiS "MS gg^ gj KOSHER mMni IS HIINZ STRAINED FOODS %  re endoreed by MieJ THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWS CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA look,or..(B).';""" ,rtV< '' on


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MAY 17. 1946 +Jewisti florid fan yew unerica | s a Living Language as Well as Palestine HOTEL OFFERS PATIO FOR FUND AFFAIRS written by A. Education, I* W '"•• '" a "' %  CH '" xhrv Jewish Klorldlan during Hebrew Month, GANNES p. (latinos, executive director A p ive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Eduction eCU V under the impression that Hebrew is a Dy people are^ ^^ ^ ancient volumes, studied by language to Hebrew scho i a rs and educators. Some are %  pr0fe f n m D re S sion that only orthodox Jews study and lunder the imp considerea to be in the same class as I Hebr r u-Lthe classic languages. No notion can be lend GreeK Thg Hebrew language was never a wrong an throU gh the ages, it has been used by '"T nnd bv the people in general. Hebrew was teachers o _... j__ in. ,i..,„ „„A .,„,., Free use of the Strath-Haven hotel palio for fund raising affairs is available to organizations, the Strath-Haven management has informed the Jewish Floridian. Facing the oceanfront, the patio Summer Hebrew Class Offered By BJE diurn livI „ rccogni/. : lken languageII .a the langU age of the ,nt.re L Palestine (s-on to be fiortrong), and of mUV living throughout tfa Palestine, ol course, /language of the home, L and the street. WhUe of tne three official (Hebrew. Arabic and it u the language of the [? rica. too. Hebrew has latfht in our universities leges for over 300 years. aught in Harvard when it iened in 1636. and it is still i there today. During the lor 15 years some 20 public Loots in several large cities fccUed in their curriculum as one of the modern K. In New York more 00 students study Hebrew ,' public schools. Fourteen schools, two junior high two evening high schools fur colleges offer Hebrew in [curriculum. It is an aclanguage like all the with Regents' credits, and (epted for college entrance ; colleges of Greater New bv universities such as and Yale, and by hunof universities and colleges Clubs wishing to sponsor an affair at the hotel may make arrangements with Max Chodak at 5-4691. The hotel is located at 411 Ocean dr. MRS. GLASSER AIDS NEW AJC CHAPTER A summer course in conversational Hebrew will be offered to adolescents by the Bureau of Jewish Education, A. P. Cannes, executive director, announced this week. Girls and boys over the age of 1 1 4 are eligible for the course if fcjU • bandshell and large dance lh( y haV( ., n ading knowlcdge of Hebrew, Cannes said. Classes will of expression in prayer, study, literature and everythroughout the country. Jews and Gentiles alike study it. Thousands of people in this country read the language, speak it and support all activities for its further development. The Hisadruth Ivrith of America, which sponsors Hebrew Month and Hebrew Week, is an organization primarily interested in fostering the growth of Hebrew culture and language in America. To achieve this purpose it publishes a weekly magazine, a Hebrew illustrated biweekly magazine for chidren; it sponsors a Hebrew speaking camp; it is responsible .for the establishment of a Hebrew publishing house; sponsors a Hebrew Arts committee in the field of drama, dance, choral and orchestral music, etc. It engages in, and stimulates all those activities which enrich Jewish life in America through the Hebrew language and Hebraic culture. Locally, the Histadruth L'Tarbuth Ivrith (the organization for Hebrew culture) has been organized with the purpose of fostering the Hebrew language and rebe condueted from June through August by a professional Hebrew teacher. Texts used in New York pubic high schools where Hebrew is taught will be used for the course. Additional information may be obtained at the Bureau, 318 Congress bldg.. telephone 3-5858. latcd subjects among adults. On a school level, Hebrew is a basic underlying principle of the religious school program. NTHE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI Mill PEIipitAL v mr MIAMI. (I MITNIAIT 4 Ml niiT • TIMI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home Low Rates •aionuble Interest qes on unpaid balEasy Payments Dents, including inond principal, need M more than present *% rental, and in my cases are less than nt monthly rental. intents can include insurance, etc. • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. # Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. • A Home Institution personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress nd familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President Mrs. Louis Glasser, new p dent of the Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress, left yesterday for New York to assist in the formation of a new Congress chapter in Spring Valley, N.Y. While in New York, Mrs. Glasser will attend the national conventions of the men's and women's divisions of AJC from May 25 to June 6 in Manhattan. Other Miami delegates who will attend the sessions are Miss Clara Goldenbcrg and the Mesdamcs Celia Goldenbcrg, Gordon Wolkenberg, Alexander Kogan, Leo Meyers, Bessie Reich, Lotte Rotsprecher, Lena Wolk and Schultz. Obituaries ZUCKERMAN Salhan Zuikiiman, >i etlred merchant, "f 1 .' %  >'. W. I6tll St., died lay BI liis home after a brief A uiemhei % %  < lh' lieth I 'avid %  'ongi egsil Ion and the Miami B< h Workman'* circle, he came here Blx yearn ago from Plttsfleld, MasB. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Densle SSuckerman; two sons, Arthur Jacob and Sidney, and three daughter*, Mrs, i:-iii.r Ui'telxon and Misses Shirley and Itiia SSuckerman. The body lias I n shipped t.. I'itufleld for services in. i burial by the Palmer Funeral home. Five University of Miami students were awarded honor keys Wednesday evening for their distinguished service in Hillel activities, according to Rabbi Albert Michels, Hillel director who made the presentations. Those honored were Fern Matros, Hillel president, Nessa Gittleman, Lillian Hirsch, Rosalyn Taradash and Seymour Brieloff. For their interest and cooperation in Hillel, the following students received copies of Rabbi Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan's Guide to the Jewish Problem"— Carol Gordon, Leo Wixman, Bruce Isaacs, Irv Geringer, Greta Aronoff, Marilyn Socloff, Phyllis Leshaw, Melvin Michaels and Joseph Malek. Final Sabbath services for the year will be held at the Hillel house at 5 p.m. today with Edward Salinas, honor exchange student from the University of Havana, as guest speaker. Rabbi Michels has asked Hillel members to turn in their essays for the Brandeis camp institute contest before the May 25th deadline. JWB COORDINATORS MEET WEDNESDAY EAGLE William lingle, 29, Miami postofflce employee, died Saturday at his home, ill N. VV. l"ili ave. A resident of Miami 19 years, he moved here from Brooklyn. Surviving ii. %  inmother, Mrs. Mollle Eagle; '.-. Mrs. Betty Eagle; one son, William, j. .i .i mghter, Carol, and srvlces were held In Cordon Funeral chapel Monday, with burial in VVoodluwn cemetery. Fish Dinner to Benefit Palestine Children Members of the Jewish Welfare board's new coordinating committee will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Federation office, according to Leon Schulman, JWB representative. The committee will act in an advisory capacity to organizations serving veterans and military personnel in the area. Members of the group are Sam Blank, Carl Weinkle, William D. Singer, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. George Chcrtkof, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Maurice Grossman. Jack Marash, Morris Klass, Charles R. Cohen, Rabbi Leon Kronish and Rabbi Albert Michels. PONITZMAN Mrs. Rebecca Ponltsman, S3, <>f "2'' X. \v, 17th ave., died last Thursday in a hospital. Surviving are a son, Morris Ponitsman, Miami; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Dubrow, Miami Beach, and two brothers, of Sew York. Funeral MUMS were held Friday afteri a in the Gordon Funeral home chapel, with burial in Mi. sinal cemetery, Mrs. S. Sir will be hostess at a fish dinner Sunday evening at Beth Jacob community building for the Mizrachi fund for children in Palestine. Mrs. Sir has donated the dinner which will be served from 7 p.m. Admission is $1.25 per person. ALS NAMES OFFICERS New officers of ALS chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls, are Margie Miller, president: Florine Schwartz and Alberta Sunshine, vice presidents; Alicia Gulkis, recording secretary; Naomi Machtei, corresponding secretary; Evelyn Baumoehl, ,treasurer. Others, who will also take office in June, are Lucille Gold, sergeant at arms; Shirley Merlin, Parliamentarian; Barbara Gradinger, historian. New board members are Harriet Roseiistock. Joan Shier, Marsha Gutman and Louise Cans. We Sara Too Money Collins Transport a Trading, la*. „„ N F. 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PAGE TEN 9-Jenlstncrldlan Dewey, O'Dwyer Speak On UJA Broadcast Gov. Thomas E. Dewey and Mayor William O'Dwyer of New York, Henry Ford II and Nelson Rockefeller will be the guest speakers on a special CBS broadcast originating in the grand ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria, and presented under auspices of the United Jewish Appeal campaign. This program will be heard in the Greater Miami area exclusively over radio station WQAM, from 10:00-10:30 p.m. Tuesday. The speakers will deal with the relief and rehabilitation of the Jews, stressing a community approach to a humanitarian problem rather than relocation or political aspects. The speakers will make no appeal for funds but will attempt to stimulate public interest in the work of the United Jewish Appeal agencies. Mr. Rockefeller, chairman of the Community committee of New York on behalf of the UJA. will preside over the meeting. In the Houses of Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative Friday evening services, 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the "Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Young Judaea club meeting for girls. 7 p.m. Saturday. AZABBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m. %  Sunday foi boys arid girls over 13. JBoy Scout troop meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ing president; Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich. retiring chairman of the board; Mrs. Alexander Kogan, „,w president; Mrs. Irving Becker, new I" aid chairman. An Oneg bat will follow the service. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Cantoi Kelemer will render the musical portion at all services. Worshippers are urged to come early and meditate in the Temple dining the 15-muuite organ prelude which precedes each service. BEACH Y EXHIBITS MEMBERS' PAINTINGS Combat inflation! Save for Series E, F and G Savings bonds instead of bidding up prices for scarce goods with surplus cash. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chase Ave. at 41sl St.. Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m.. will be dedicated as Sisterhood Sabbath. Rabbi Kronish will speak on %  Adjusting to New Wi rids." Sisterhood officers participating in the services will be Mrs. Charles S Tobin, honorary president; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, ntirBETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox 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 df elementary school age, 10 a.m. Shalos Sudi S, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Mescheloff wil speak on the "Portion of the Wok." Daily school, 3:30 till 7 p.m. Beach Y members are exhibiting their paintings at the Y this month, Jack P. Marash, executive director, announces. Exhibitors include Celia Traurig, Arnold Newman, Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, Mrs. Lou Fleischman, Mrs. Lawrence Sootin, Mrs. James Siegendorf, Leo Huberman and Mrs. Marash. The paintings will be at the Y till the end of the month. Leon Kushner, pianist, will present a concert of modern music at the Y Monday evening as part of the organization's "Little Conceit" serits. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17lh Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamchei Orthodox ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE IMRMCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 K. L FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United Stales TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak on "Appearances are Deceiving" (propaganda analysis based on ch. IV of the "Sayings of the Fathers"). A reception in Kaplan hall, sponsored by the Sisterhood, will follow the services. SpEfesai ROHAN S PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Avenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman Conservative Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Saturday. At 9:30 a.m., Edgar, son of Mr. and Mis. Max Lewis, and one of the outstanding pupils of the Hebrew school, will become Bar Mitzva He will read the entire portion of law for this Sabbath. Students services, 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Friedman will officiate. Freedom of speech dots not moan careless talkl Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructors Agency for Driven License* And Auto Tafls FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ave., M. Bch., Ph. 5-5082 4106 ROYAL PAL'tf' AVENUE MIAMI BE A C H Wlone 5-2026 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection For a Cool, Delightful Vacation, Stop at The Horowitz Kosher Inn All Rooms with Connecting Bath and Running Water RATES REASONABLE 331 First Ave. W. HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. X GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN. President CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES S-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Deposit. PHONE 2-4128 80c 70c Kabalas Shabbos, 7:40 p.m. Sabbath services, 9 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will discuss the "Portion of the Week." Shimshon group, 3:30 p.m., Cantor-Maftir group, 4 p.m. The rabbi will deliver a discourse on "The Ethics of the Fathers"at 6 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Application, for stl b„ng accept nounced this weekY 1 made ;it %  MM 3-5489. Gloria aooSTJ High school tud,,73 ate editor of "D ad e J| magazine published b, J lsm st


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)AY, MAYING vJenistncrldian PAGE ELEVEN 1. SAVE AND SHARE WHEAT AND FAT Go light on foods that take wheat and shortening ... breads, macaroni, cakes, pies and pastries. 2. USE MORE OF THE PLENTIFUL FOODS Balance diets with the more plentiful foods such as potatoes, fruits, vegetables, eggs, poultry and fish. 3. WASTE NOT, u < mMmm Use and re-use your fats for cooking. Turn In ail used fats promoth/. They are needed to wake soaps and P.WnlPcjbi.ferj|sJjea EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flagler St. M iami THE GARDENRESTAURANT 223S S. W. 8th Sir—t Miami BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 231 nth Street Miami Beach DIXIE CASH MARKET" 139 N. W. 14t h Str—t Miami LANSILL'S FLOWERS 2937 Biscayne Boulevard Miami KOCH WOOD WORKSHOP 2253 N. W. Firtt Avenue Miami KALER PRODUCECO. ] 200 N. W. 22nd Str—t Miami at KAINBOW GARDENS 8 N. E. 79th Str—t Miami ni ALLAPATfAH BAKERY 1714 N. W. 36th Str —t Miami EGNER & MULCAHY—Tailors N. E. Second Avenue Miami GRAND NAT'L IMPORTERS 3 9 N. w. Nint h ATWHM Miami 3B „ r VICTOR'S 3fi 22 Coral Way Food fo r the Epicure P. A. AUSLEY b6 N. W. Fourth Str—t Miami CHARLIE'S MARKET VIEW RESTAURANT 2195 N. W. 12lh Avenue Miami JACKIE'S FINE FOOD RESTAURANT 134 23rd Street MhmwJJeach SOUTHERN ENGINEERING & METAL PRODUCTS 25 N. E. 17th Terrace M,ami GORDON'S WOMEN'S APPAREL DuPont Buil ding "VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ,425 20th Street Miami Beach MARGARET NEWMAN Women's Apparel 958 W. 41.1 Sjree^____^a !" ji-ch STY LTCRXF T BAG MANUFACTURERS 1320 N. Miami Avenue Mmi "LORAPACK Women's Apparel 639 Lincoln Road Miami Beach SECURITY ABSTRACT CO. 44 N. E. Firtt Avenu e M iami JACK'S ELECTRiCAL SERVICE 175 N. W. 20th Street Miami "DONOVAN'S BAR 350 N. W. Eighth Avenue Ml*"^ SAM'S SILVER FLEET CABS 200 Coral Way Coral Gablea ^AVOYTLAZA HOTEL 425 Ocean Driv e Miami Beach MINNA LEE IMPORTERS/ INC. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Sylvan PaternO — Upholstering 1359 S. W. Eighth Str—t M iami HERBERT DIAMOND & CO. 1121 N. E. Firtt Avenue Miami E. DIAMOND & SON 513 N. Miam i Avenu e Miami G. M. A. CLUB 150 S. E. Firtt Str—t Miami "SOUTH SEAS HOTEL 1751 Collins A venue Miami Beach MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1651 Alton Road Miami Beach n l %  I r p^-e



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I^s^p^l PAGE TWELVE +Jewls*ncrldtorL FRIDAY. MAY 17. Vs Oceanfront Camp to Open June 17 With Varied Activities For 100 Miami Beach children, June 17 will be a special occasion. That's when the Beach Y will open it. home camp on its oceanfront grounds at 1 Lincoln rd. lor another season ot Vari R%VsSSor the day camp is open to children of members through June 1. according to Jack Marash, execuUve d.rec or During June, non-members may enroll their children if the 100 limit has not been reached, he said. Program of the camp, which will be under the direction of Randy Polansky, Y activities and athletic director, will include crafts, 'athletics, music, dancing, HEBREW GROUP SETS LAG B'OMER PARTY singing, nature study, swimming, dramatics, etc. A professionally trained staff will supervise activities. Several staff positions are still open, Marash reported. Specially trained pre-school teachers pre in charge of the midget group for children between the ages of 4 and 6 years. For boys and girls between 6 and 14, other age groups are arranged. A medical staff of three or four physicians will serve the camp, which also has a visiting nurse service. Luncheon menus are scientifically prepared and approved by the doctors. Besides the noon meal, cookies and milk are served during the afternoon. The camp will operate five days a week from 9:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. through Aug. 23. Tuition is S8 a week for members and $10 seniors, a week for non-members. Campers who register for the full 10-week period will be given a 5 per cent reduction if they pay in advance, Marash announced. A 2 per cent reduction will be extended for six weeks advance payment. A minimum period of two weeks' attendance is required. Co-chairmen of the Y's home camp committee are Leo Huberman and Mrs. Carl Susskind. Serving with them are Dr. M. B. Cirlin, Mrs Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs J. I>. Marash and Murray Grossman. Robert Katims Wins Four-Year Scholarship Robert Katmis has been awarded the first annual four-year tuition scholarship to theUnivi I Of Miami by a local bottling firm The 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Katims. 202 N.W 36th St., he had the highest scon in a competitive examination among Dade county high school The examinations, given April 13, tested general high school achievement and aptitude for college study. In conjunction with local celebration of Hebrew Month, a Lag B'Omer party will be held at the home of V. Puchkoff, H30 S.W. Ninth St., at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Memb 0 1 toe Histadruth I 'Tarbuth Ivrith and other Hebrew-spooking persons are invited ,,, attend. A holiday program has l" i n arranged. Additional observance of Hebrew Month will be held in local Hebrew rchools where teachers will devote a portion of class time t0 an explanation of the importance of Hebrew, A. P. Cannes. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, reports. M klets on Hebrew Month will be distributed and stamps benefiting the national Histadruth IVnth will be sold to la lp for*' Study of lb brew in America. Local rabbis have been requested by Gannes to deliver sermons ,,„ Hebrew culture in the period between May 18 and June 6 which has been set aside as Hebrew Month. Terry Fishman Wins Y Award Second Time A panel discussion „ the Mothers „f ThV* J Can Do to Mold Be^ Tomorrow" wiU uTj^t the election mcrt JJ** Monday evening at tt Participating mes be i*zsr£**+< Double honors went to* Miss Terry Fishman Saturday evening at the Beach Y's annual awards program. Miss Fishman received the Kovod tor the second year and accepted the Ted Hankoff award^ on behalf of the B'nai B'rith Girls/ \ of which she is president. The Kovod is given to the youth who has done most to further youth group activities at the Y and the Hankoff trophy goes to the most cooperative chapter at the V. Mrs. Carl Susskind made the f presentation of the Kovod, which m W|] is in honor of her father, Mr. hood Butenwig Lt. Hankoff presented! the chapter award. In the absence of George Bertman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin presented the Bertman ,,|p foster Idrama trophy to Isabel Pugatsky, president of the Jems chapter of B'nai B'rith, which won the Y dramatic contest this year. Forum to Herald Role of Moth ers discuss the qiiesUon-fi' aspect of r( ,i i( ion Goodman, Zionism, and 1 Mass, community respond? Cantor Emanuel Barkan mpanied i Joseph ^ s "8s of mofl LEGAL NOTICES SOTICE is HKREBY GIVEN that _!:, d, d %  ing i" engage In lhe fictitious name of SANITARY PLCMB1NG CO at Ml s W 4ti> Ave.. Intends to reglsti with the Clerk ol the Clri ult ,,i I >ade Count} Florida, MORRIS FR1BDBERO, Sole owner. I 1->: 7 -24 SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :, rsigni d, declrlng to engagi In -.under the flctitioua name "t PARADISE TRAVEL AGENCY, at i, : c • • Ave., Miami Beac h. nI name with the Clerk "f th< Circuit i""iirt oi DfUM County, Ki' %  ........ s VML'EL PASTERNAK JIM BERNFELD HARRY D1ETZ, Attoi • s r Ap] 1-17-24 SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un I' raUned, den ring to engage In nder the flctitioua name "i MIAMI CAMERA EXCHANGE, at Washington Avenue, Miami Beacli, tei said name with tne 0 f me C re ill Court "f Daoe inty. Florida. I'.AY ll BROWN, JR. ISAM" JOFFS. Attorney for Applicant. i 26 5-3-10-17-24 Get tlu national thrift Buy U.S. Savings Bonds. habit. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe underpinned, desiring i" engage In %  -under the fictitious name "f RO-ANN AITS al 929 Alton Road, Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register %  aid I ame w ith the Clei l> of th< Cin ull Court ..f Dade County, Florida. KII'.KN WASHERMAN 11.MIKY SMITH El 'WARD II. LEVIN, Attorney for Applicants. :, 10-17-24-31 %  %  7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage MI business under the fictitious name of LANGFORD VENETIAN BLIND RECONDITIONING CO., al 600 S W 3rd Ave Miami, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the drill i • %  HI i ,.f i tade 'ounty, Florida. REN HE MALMCTH, Sole Owner. ". 10-17-24-31 • %  7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name <>t SVRFSIDE QUALITY MARKET, at 9532 Harding Avenue, Surfslde, Intends t" register said name with the Clerk of thi circuit Couit of Dade County, Florida ALBERT BARON, Sole < iwner HARRY DIETZ, Attorney t..i Applicant. 1-10-17-24 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In ess in d< r the flctltloue name of JBANETTES APPAREL SHOP. In the City of Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit court. Dade C0Un,y -jIk 0 NETTE PR1SAMENT. 121 Espanola \\av Miami Beach, Florida. MEYERS l. WEITZMAN, Attorneys for Applicant, (20 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida. r,/in-l7-21-3l BZB PLANS CARD PARTY BZB girls of B'nai B'rith will I | party Tuesday evening, May 28, at the Beth David according to Dorothy Golden, resident. Refreshments will be served. Tickets ale 55 cents each and are being sold by Miss Carol AronoV'itz and her committee. Assisting the girls in arranging the affair are Mrs. Jerome Freehling and Mrs. Sam Silver, chapter sponsors. LEGAL NOTICES ACCOUNTANTS ELECT New officers of the Southeastern chapter, Florida Institute of Accountants are Charles S. Roberts, president: David Stuzin vice president; Louis Gillman, secretary; C. C. Morris, treasurer. They were elected at the annual meeting recently. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to encage In business undei Ihe flctltloue name of CLEMENT CARPET CO. i not Inc.) it 2291 96 8 W. v th Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with th. Clerk ol the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CLEM MYERSON, EDITH KIM.1'MAN MYERSON ISAAC FOFFE, Attoi in v for Applicants. %  I -'."-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nanf of RICHIE'S PHARMACY, al I860 N. W. fth Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Cleric <•( the Circuit Court <'f Dade County, Florida. ,.-,.,. Sc il, J. LE\ ^ ELAINE LEVY. husband and wife; IS-1HOR F1NKEL. ETT1E K1NKKL. husband and wife. HARRY ZlKlvRNICK. Attorney for Applicant. 42" Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla. 4/26 5-3-10-17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in hV,.lnesV umler the fictitious name of HOMER L. HOUGH ,S At5rn T .y F S2? Applicant. 6/10-17-24-11 6/7 S HEREBY GIVEN that .^undersigned, desiring to engage in wlto WNDEL SHERMAN.^ /! %  I/I-10-1T SOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, il.>i> ini; to ,nc: L-. business under the fictitious name of BAY TERRACE APARTMENTS at 1995 Bay Drive, Sormand> Isle, Minim Beach, Florida, intend to reglst< %  itli the Ihe Clri ult Cuurt of I 'ade i "oui • Florida LEO STEINMAN SAMCEL POIJ.ACK MAX R SILVER Atti • ney lor Appllc \ 21 3-10-17-24 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 17591 In Re: Estate of ANNA BCHATTMAIER, ills" known :iy MRS .1 (I SCHATTMAIER, and also known as ANNA REMLEY, deceased NOTICE TO CHKDITORS To All Creditors and All Personf Having Claims or Demands Against Raid Estate: You, and each bf you, are hereby notified and required to preset claims and demands which you, or either of you. iriav have ngalnsl thi estate of ANNA SCHATTMAIER, also known a MRS. J. c. SCHATTMAIER and also known si \\\'\ REMLEY, deceased, late of Pa^ Countv, Florida to the HON. W. P. BLANTON, '",,,, ty .ludge of Drde County, and file the same in his office in the Countv CourtlUTC in Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to he sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred s< %  Section 120 of the IMS Probate .V • Date April 24. A. D 1'Ufi NORMA RUTH HARRISON ROSENTHAL, As Executrix of the T.ast Will and Testament of ANNA SCHATTMAIER. also known as MRS .1 G SCHATTMAIER. and also known as ANNA REMLEY. Deceased. MAX R SILVER. Mtornev for Executrix. 4/26 n/3-10-lV NOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und< ned, desiring to engage in under Ihe fictitious name of PURITAN LEAN ERS AND LAUNDRY, at 1211 N, E Isl Avenue, Miami, Fla intendi lo register said name k of the • 'ii i nil i 'mill of Dadi County. Florida. ROBERT S Bt'SLOW. Sole owner. HARi >LD s-ll VPIRl I, Alton Apitlli ant, 927 I. %  In Road. 5/10-17-24 : S I N< 'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe tindi to ei gage in Ihi fli tltious name of WILLIAMS CltoCERV STORE, al %  46 N w .. i Avi Miami, Fla Insnld numi with the ill Court % %  J Mil. K id,i M MIRY Hi HIERMAN CHARLES FELDMAN 1'.,* 1 1,. : I,El IN K Ml.AN'. : %  I r710S.W.I2thAV.MIAMr-j Y-TEL J-J/JLI YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME'' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I" %  l • d, di KII OI gage In mdi Ihi -1. -IT mis name of KM NGS UltoCERY ,v DELICATESSEN • IIS X Mian \ Mian 1 i name with %  I r the Clri in i 'oui i of Dade i' irida. PHILIP liOI.DBERG, AL LEVY, ; ; i Partm \'i ITH G IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  %  d. nt | ame of FA\ h BAR AND GRILLK, at J -''th Av. n i< Dade County 1 %  nd lo registei said erk ..i thi Hadi i nil C Fli Ida MIRIAM POLAN IARRY l'„;^' N,: EPOTE, iV-24 '. :"'-' %  ll.Mill WE OfFICUUY R£PKS£NT Trtt IAAJ0WTY Of NMTHCRN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES fn/oonafion Cladl, Fumithtd on Request SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish fi<2+ HOUR IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR M d EXTERIOR ... LICENSED and INSURED... GUARANTEED WORK ... No Job Too Large or Tot I Estimates Cheerfully Glvn • PHONE 3-6924 • Keystonel CONSTRUCTION I 2236 N. W. Miami MIAMI MONUMENT C0| "Miami's Oldest and Largeit" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wail 6 to 10 months for yourl monuments. We carry al large srlection for iffl-l mediate delivery. All Styles of Hebrew Lettering and Design! Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn CtmtWI \ ••'; tend to reflate ot Hid. County, Plorlda "ViJ.NG ELFMAN 1 y l. ELFMAN S*M^/M4 1 '' QRAVBR rnlt Cnuil 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 PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AYATLABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth JW^Jj Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel n^ For Further IaJonncrtion Phon 9-2664, 4-5922 or BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOWI PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE4 SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" E. E. CARTER, Fun.ral Director "A FVL-d !„ JW 2008 W. ThW PHONE 9-2664 MMMMM "A Friend in Need"


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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 17, 1946

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 17, 1946

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:00954

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish unity
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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^JslUBpriidliiriiin
THE JEWISH UNITY
cvnc& THE JEWISH WEEKLY
TpjuMBEPjl
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY
Aid
efugees
OTAl'-Thc Ui
nmmee on rel
persons
has voted
*ial appendix to its
He UN social and eco-
^cil recommending in-
assistance, financial
tise.m the resettlement
Palestine and other
mmendation w
Lade by a special sub-
fwhich studied men
nutted by Jewish or-
Among its other
lations were:
Jewish Agency sli mid
to cooperati
fctemational a
[to deal with thi ref-
fm and should be as-
blaming travel
|ttar.sportati' pies to bring to Pales-
jicy measun s should
i meet the imi
pewish refugi i and
Wing retraining, and
jucation of or]
a special fund
d Jewish pi
I Germany.
i of a liaison
new international
ky to work with Jew-
lions.
(naturalization
|refugees who have
s during the war or
lo obtain citL i
Former Miamian Named
To Zionist Congress
Mrs. Israel D. Shapiro, south-
pastern regional president of Ha-
dassah and former Miamian, has
been unanimously nominated as
U.S. to Consult Arabs, Jews
Before Acting on Palestine
.unH^T070" ~The United' States government is
studying the recommendations of the Anglo-American Inquiry
Committee on Palestine and intends to consult with Arab and
Jewish leaders before making any definite Decision on the re-
port, Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheron told the diplomatic
representatives of five Arab states who called on him to protest
the committee report.
Visaless Jews
Dock at Haifa
ution Seen
UTA -A
ptmination .
g Jewish vi I
f II, v.
port issued I
Relations
pnl The rep! nt is
| survey conducted
IMustrial cent
I the FEPC.
a candidate for election to the
World Zionist Congress by well
c.i i half of the Hadassah chap-
ters submitting nominations.
Fourteen of 21 chapters have
li signaled Mrs. Shapiro as their
hoice to represent the southeast-
ern region in Tel Aviv, beginning
Aug. ". at the critical sessions of
the Zionist Congress.
The youngest regional presi-
dent throughout the entire coun-
try. Mrs. Shapiro has had a bril-
liant record of service to the
Zionist cause throughout the past
in years.
Acheson told his press confer-
ence that the Arab diplomats
pointed out that on a number of
occasions the United States gov-
ernment had informed the Arab
governments that in its view no
change should be made in the
basic situation in Palestine with- HAIFA. May 14 (JTA>The
out prior consultation with both 2,000-ton Greek steamer Smyrna,
Arabs and Jews. They further renamed the Max Nordau for its
expressed hope, the Acting seere- present voyage, steamed into
tary declared, that the American Haifa this morning under British
government would not adopt any escort and landed 1,760 visaless
policy calling for change in basic Jews who embarked at the Ru-
policy without such consultation, manian port of Constanza last
Med School Drive
Dinner Planned
LONDON (JTA)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the
Jewish Agency, is coming io
London lo participate in dis-
cussions which the United
Stales and Britain are planning
lo hold with Jews and Arabs
before taking aclion on the
recommendations of the Anglo-
American Inquiry committee,
the Sunday Times said this
week.
week.
The vessel was spi tted yi
day aft( moon by RAF recon-
naissance planes which summoned
'the British, destroyer Jervis. A
boarding party was sent to the
. Smyrna, but when the mastc r of
the ship said that he was I
for Haifa, the board* rs withdrew
and allowed the vessel to con-
tinue. When it arrived at Pales-
, tine territorial waters kite last 2.500
night, it was taken into formal (said,
custody and escorted into Haifa. |
British troops and a number
J of armored cars lined the pier as
'the first passenger, Gittel Gins-
Zionist Ask
Action Now
On Inquiry
A demand for the unconditional
and immediate entry of 100,000
Jews into Palestine will be heard
on Capitol Hill when Zionist
Emergency council representa-
tives from all over the country
convene in Washington Thursday
morning.
The council lias called the ses-
sion to urge the U. S. government
leaders to carry out the Anglo-
American Inquiry commission's
recommendation for opening Pal-
estine to displaced persons.
Alex Van Straaten, Ralph Lach-
man and several other Miami
Beach residents will attend the
conference as delegates of the
Beach Zionist district.
Jack Burris, acting president of
the district, said yesterday that
conditions placed on the commis-
sion report by Prime Minister
Attlee and Assistant Secretary of
State Dean Acheson, following
President Truman's original fa-
vorable comment on the report,
prompted the council to call the
meeting.
He n terred to Attlee's an-
nouncement that the Hagannah,
Jewish defense organization, must
be disarmed bi I..... the British
government would authorize the
JOO.OOO recommended immigration
certificates. A condition
was that the Arabs should be
consulted before action is taken.
As a prelude to I gency
ession, the Bench district has
launched a cai to send
telegrams urging President Tru-
man's support.
"We expect to have nt least
telegrams si nt." Burris
Relief Workers
Continue Campaign
With the needs for f' od. cloth-
'AND
Shekels will con-
. ""iday, May 24
P* to stand up and
Import of tl ,
ft*- Here is an
"ne Shekel:
Ifo Shekel?
berg, 16, from Hungary, disVm-
Asked whether any negotia-1barked. She was the first refugee
tions arc proceeding between the to arrive since the issuance of the
United States and British gov-' Anglo-American committee's re-
ernments to implement the rec-j Port- The passengers and waiting ing and medical supplies increas-
ommendations of the committee, crowds joined in singing Hatikvah ing daily in Europe, Greater Mi-
Acheson said that we are in con-as tne disembarkation proceeded ami's SOS workers are increas-
sultation with the British govern- Quickly and without incident. The ing their efforts to collect Sup-
ment on matters of procedure re- refugees were immediately taken plus for Overseas Survivors in
lating solely to the promised con- ', by buscs to the Athlit clearance the Joint Distribution committee's
camp. nation-wide drive.
The Smyrna's five-day voyage Mrs. Nethan Davidow, repre-
was difficult and unpleasant, the scntative of the Beth David
nember'of [arrivals reported, as the ship was p.-T. A., has been appoinud
mrnittee assailing the for- I Jammed, and eating and sanitary motor corps chairman for Miami
rand Mufti as a war crim- facilities were primitive. There by Mrs. Bon Essen, city SOS
.inal and one of the 25 most dan- was virtually no dnnking water chairman, who is also a repre-
i a goal of $4,000,000, the lgorous Moslems [available lor the last 24 hours of scntative of the National Council
< the trip, and fresh water was of Jewish Women on the drive.
his charge that Foreign Minister H"* ?bo?t" ^ *" ^ "**
sel arrived here. |
The voyage of the Smyrna was
one of the worst kept secrets
Mrs. David de Sola Pool, past
national president of Hadassah,
will be principal speaker at a
dinner for the Hebrew University- i
Hadassan Medical school cam-1
paign, at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 26, |
in the National hotel, according
to Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman
'f the local arm of the national i
campaign.
nation-wide
luring the
drive will be held
next two years to
sultation with Arabs and Jews.
He declined to comment on an
alleged statement by Bartley
Crum, an American
the com
mer G
id or
lems.
(Mr. Crum last week reiterated
" used as a
f8c and i. i
iTin "
.il^Ployec by
"f^ Jewry &
**Bh Common-
**haser of a
J*,'" th mobil-
ingress.
Zionisl
h Wld
fcm; 'Native
.."through drm.
../Agates, i,
'**** in Pale'!
government would adopt their
recommendations, if they were
unanimous. Earlier, a foreign of-
fice spokesman had stated that
there war. no record of such a
statement by Mr. Bevin.)
CPA CHIEF TO SPEAK
NHarrv
piShefc,
P Bn-is
p-' Shekel?
I V^el chair.
For 5 Beach
any ? 0cn,s-
build the first medical school in Bevin had promised the mem-
ale*tine" 's bein conducted bcrs ()f thc (.ommlttee that hia
Jointly by Hadassah, the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and the American Jewish
Physicians committee.
Funds raised will be used to
construct three new buildings
lose to the Hebrew university
and the Rothschild-Hadassah Uni-
versity hospital on Mt. Scopus,
Jerusalem, to enlarge the pres-
ent bed capacity of the hospital
and to maintain the school for
the first five years.
The addition of the medical
school will focus attention on
Palestine as a new center of med-
ical training on a high level, Dr.
Goodman said.
"It deserves the fullest support
Of America he declared. "We
know that many thousands of our
"Idlers in thc South Pacific were
stricken by tropical diseases. The
Palestine school, in which the
study of such diseases will be a
specialty, will supply skilled
Physicians trained under great
achers to improve methods of
"fitrol and treatment, work
which will benefit not Palestine
lone, but all mankind."
Reservations for the dinner may
be made with Dr. Goodman's sec-
*C22' Ircne Blacher, by calling
'^5545.
Preliminary to thc dinner, the
lQcal committee will hold a lunch-
eon meeting Monday at the Na-
tional.
since illegal immigration began.
As soon as the ship left Constanza,
the British consul there informed
his government, while Jewish cir-
cli s contacted groups in Pales-
tine. Several thousand memhers
Miamians may have contri-
butions picked up by calling
Mrs. Davidow at 48-5003, or
Mrs. Essen at 4-7736. For Mi-
ami Beach pickups, the SOS
number is 3-5411.
Mrs. Jack Falk. Beach SOS
chairman, has announced that
volunteers are needed to help re-
pair clothing contributions at
of the resistance movement were Temple Beth Sholom on Monday
mobilized last night, ready for afternoons. Those interested in
any eventuality. The secret "Voice i helping should call Mrs. Joseph
Earle Robhins. civilian produc- of Israel" radio said today that iBrenner, chairman of the repair
tion administrator, will be guest ja branch of the Jewish under- committee, at 5-1980.
speaker at the B'nai B'rith Down-Iground tailway in Rumania ar-1 Contributions of non-perishable
town luncheon club at 12:15 p.m. -ranged the Smyrna's voyage, out- : food may be made at many local
today in the Downtown Club witting efforts by British offi- I grocery stores where bins have
restaurant. Scybold bldg. 'cials there. [ been set up for the SOS drive.
JNF President to Discuss Land Settlement
When Judge Morris Rothen-
berg speaks at a Greater Miami
mass meeting. 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
local Zionists will hear one of the
outstanding leaders in American
Jewry.
President of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of America, Judge
cil and the Jewish National Fund
committee
Judge Rolhenberg will be
honor guest at a luncheon to be
given by the council at 12:30
p.m. Widnesday at the National
hotel. Alfred Stone will be
chairman. Reservations may be
made by calling 5-1998 or
5-4100.
A jurist of thc New York State
Rothenbeig will discuss "Land for)
Survival," and give a first-hand. supreme Court, Judge Rothen-
account of the plans to settle the|bprg sorv,.d four terms as presi-
100,000 Jews to be admitted to dent of tnc Zionist Organization
Palestine if the recommendations
of the Anglo-American Inquiry-
commission are carried out.
The meeting is being held by
the Greater Miami Zionist c
of America and was alternately
national chairman of the Pales-
tine Foundation Fund, of, the
American Palestine campaign and
In 1944 he was unanimously
drafted to serve as president of
JNF. Under his leadership the
fund has reached the highest in-
come in its history.
He is especially famed for his
part in winning the support of
non-Zionists for the Zionist cause.
Together with Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, the late Louis Marshall and
Felix Warburg, he collaborated
in 1929 in the formation of the
Jewish Agency for Palestine. He
also has been a delegate to the
World Zionist Congress.
The program for Tuesday night
is under the direction of Jack
Burris, acting president of
I
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PAGE TWO
+Jenlstifhrffl?L

P^AAanaity, tffieaMtig,

By ELSIE KRONENFELD
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
5355 La Gorce dr., president
of the Jewish Social Service
bureau, will hold a reception
at her home Sunday for mem-
bers of the bureau's board of
directors Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Stern and her sister,
Mrs. Judy Jaffee, of 2850 Fair-
green dr., are having a din-
ner pa.ty Saturday night in
honor of their house guest,
Mrs. Ruth Jacobs, of New
York .. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Rauzin will be hosts at an
old-fashioned bowery party
at their home Wednesday
night. The guests will come
in costumes representing the
Gay Nineties Second in
a series of showers for Miss
Jean Wernicoff, bride-elect of
Murray Mandell, will be a
linen shower to be given by
Miss Bernice Badanes, 126
S. W. Ninth ave., Monday
evening. Miss Wernicoff's
wedding will be an event of
June 9 .
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Bernstein
entertained in their daughter's
honor Tuesday evening at the
Shelborne hotel with a dinner
and dancing party. The event
celebrated Mary's 16th birth-
day. At the dinner table were
Mrs. A. Finley Binder and son,
J. Louis, of Lynchburg, Va.;
Bernie Bernstein, Mrs. Ethel
Shochst, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
BlumenKranz, Mr. and Mrs
Herman Blumenkranz and How-
ard Blumenkranz Mrs. Louis
Heiman, 423 E. Rivo Alto dr.,
has just returned from Hot
Springs. Ark. On the way
home she stopped over in At-
lanta and Jacksonville New
in town are Mrs. Muriel Estrin
and her two-year-old daughter,
Lynn. They used to live in
Trenton, N. J. If Mrs Estrin can
find a house for her folks, they
will move here too Here on
a visit from Elizabeth, N. J. is
Miss Hilda Chernotsky -An-
other from New Jersey is Mrs.
Louis Kaplan, ot Passaic, who
is visiting her son and dauqh-
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Kaplan, 2180 S. W. Ninth st .
Miss Donna Mae Balkan is a
bride-elect of Jacksonville who
is attenJing the University of
Miami. Four of her classmates
surprised her with a personal
shower Saturday at the Park
j Central hotel. Co-hostesses
Iwere the Misses Rita Lippman,
jSelma Areinoff, Ruth Hobbins
land Helcne Sue Diener
| Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bedoe got
in Wednesday night from Chi-
cago to visit Mis. Bedoe's bro-
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Wionker. Sadigo \
apts. While the Bedoes are,
here they will take a two-week ,
fishina trip with the Wronkers j
. Mrs. Jack Slone, 1884 S. W.
10th St., went to Baton Rouge,
La., to attend the engagement
party of heir niece, Miss Mar-
,lyn Bloomenfeld ... Mr. and
JMrs. Carl Rosen have named
their new baby Susan Frances
i. Mrs. Milton Friedman is
[leaving May 25th for Columbia,
S. C, to spend the summer
'Sons Ronnie and Kenneth are
going with her. Mr. Friedman
will join his family in August.
i Ida Engler is confined to her
home with a very sore foot .
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom is visiting
her brother, Jonas Unger, in
New York. She flew there for an
operation that since has been
postponed. If her health per-
mits, she is planning to attend
the B'nai B'rith convention in
Baltimore the end of this month
!. Miss Anne Taksa is at the
Whitehouse hotel for a month's
She is from Pittsburgh,
Mrs. Leslie to be Honored
For Community Services
,. her longtime service mlo-
cal Jewish lions, Mrs. Sol
Leslie, immediate past president
n's divisioi Ai
,,, jcwi h Congress, will be hon-
ored at i reception and musicale
, p.m Monday at the Miami
Womei 1737 N. Bayshore
dr.
Seven years '
, Pterofthe
ajc v. division with -a
She served six consecutive
years as president of Hadassah,
organized and served as first
lident of Junior Hadassah and
was president of the southeastern
region of Senior Hadassah. She
also served two years as a mem-
bei <>f the national board and was
named honorary president of the
local ehapter.
Mrs. Leslie's son, David Noble
[., she. will play a piano solo dur-
um the program. Other features
will be a trio consisting of Lacy
Coe, violinist; Nina Young, pian-
ist, Lucille Springer, cellist. A
dramatic sketch will be present-
ed by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, as-
sisted by Miss Anyuta Melicov
and Mrs. Ethel Rothlein.
Friends who wish to attend the
affair may make reservations by
calling Mrs. Max Meisel, 5-7253;
Mis. Theodore Firestone, 5-2083,
, Mrs. Philip Salmon, 5-5282.
Mis. Saln.on is in charge of ar-
rangements.
bauer7hconp
IN NEW ENGL
Capt and MrTLI
Qew to New York '
Suncb y. Thov ,;ft
^ "'* before?'
Mai u in about s,
Mrs. Bauer, the
!*". the daughta
Ru h Steuer, Van?
and "" 'ate Max L
was attended ly c*]
maul of honor, Lt Si*
nick was best man. ,
,"m-v WM Performed I
Leon Kronish.
The bride attended
versity of Miami for,
and was graduated
University of North Car-
11 in6 in account!
Capt Bauer was git?
Georgi i Tech, where 1
electrical engineering.
" I Tau Epsik
ternity, the Institute]
Engini ring and the
Institute of Electrical
inc. D ning the war it
the Pacific a? a radio a
the coast artillery.
WANTED EXPERIENCED
B O O K K E E P E R
Permanent resident. Must
have knowledge of double
entry and typing. CALL 3-5411
stay.
Pa .
Charles Ghelerter and Leo
Moskowitz have returned to
Jacksonville after a week's stay
here recalling old times with
some of their U. of Florida
friends ... Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Cohen have reopened their
home at 1864 S. W. 14th ter.
Their son, Herbert, expects to
move back to Miami from Key
West w'.th his wife and son,
Barry, and establish a business
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
tudlf
MRS. SOL. H. LESLIE
i mbers.
Alter four yi ars as first vice
presidi nt and threi pn sident,
she retires froi e with a
mi mbi p 6 iO women. She
has been serving as a member of
the nal ii>nal boaid of the divi-
sion and is on ol 12 meml era of
thi Ji .'. h Fed< ration Budget
committi <,
A resident of Miami "for 20
years, she was instrumental in
obtaining the cl arter for the Al-
pha Eps n Phi sorority on the
of Miami and organ-
ized the fust Jewish sorority on
the campus.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SLATES
ANNUAL MEETING
A buffet supper at 6 p.m. will
precede the annual congregation-
al meeting to be held at Temple
Israel at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Elec-
tion of officers and presentation
of annual reports will highlight
the meeting. Max Orovitz will
preside.
M "M MACH
OP1N 141 f M
tLAGLtH AT )
hen 11:15
"Mr. and Miss Y" will be chos-
en at a i.wim dance to be held at
the Venetian pools Saturday eve-
ning by the Tri Beta council of
the Miami Y.
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THANK YOU|
Profound thanks to those who had t
fidence to vote for me. I am espec_
debted and deeply grateful to vm
worked for and supported me so un
and untiringly.
I ask. in all humbleness and humili
those who voted and worked aa^
aside their political differences ana 9
graciously their good will and mora |
I need a united and loyal constituency
to succeed in bringing to this distr
federal assistance it so richly dese
Rest assured that I will do e**J*jf
in my powerand at all times
and prosperity of our district a ^
and for the permanent peace ot o
troubled world.
George Smath<
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*'Jewish fkrMbij
PAGE THREE
| Agency
0f By-Laws ;
fc iU keynot. he
* Le Jewish So-
f:--'",
I the I'SC R(
r- *-*
lumbers are toMb.
| ^d at a future
.costituUonal cl
L creation of a
Cprogram to stimulate
l^efamily agency and
Ed to which sp
Lint- '
I operating ex-
L principal will be
pecial rection
... 10
;;l-v i,, exi ( itive di-
'V r. Coh n holds
lion. ..
Brovitz. president oi the
iMian-.i Jewish i
be main speakei al the
|to which the
Jjlr. Orovitz will
pattern of Jewish com-
lorganization foi il
J Mrs. Benjamii
Uident: Sidn. y Lei
, and Mr. C( hen will
ports.
[Kopelowitz is chairman
igements for I i I
LOUIS WINE WEDS
CLAIRE LEVINE
The former Claire Levinc, asso-
ciated with the local USO-JWB
office for the past three and a
half years, was married to Mr.
Louis J. Wine on May 1 at the
Beth David synagogue. Rabbi
Six BBG Queens
To be Named
Six girls will be honored for
NURSE ENGAGED
TO MR. FRANKEL
Mi s Marie R. Singer has chos-
en late summer for her wedding
FRANCES GINSBERG
TO BE BRIDE SUNDAY
then- work in B'nai B'rith at the '" Al"n Ml F,ankl1- Miss Singer's
annual coronation, 7Tr.m. Sunday en8agemtnt is being announced
at the Lear school, 1010 West
ave.
Coronation of the six chapter
quo us will bi made by the pr. i-
dents of the B'nai B'rith Girls
groups whose mi mbership num-
bers over 2H0.
Mrs. Benjamin Landau, retir-
ing president of B'nai B'rith
Women of Sholem lodge, will
present gifts to the queens. The
women's organization is sponsor-
ing the event.
The program will include the
invocation by Mrs. Saul Appel-
baum; in "l Am an Ami
Day" by Sandra Stein; an address
by Mrs. Sam Silver, representing
the advisors; greetings by Mrs.
Carl W inkle Pauline Schwartz
will lead the singing, accompan-
ied by Doris Kassow. H> *
Day" by 'in, of the BBC Kills; an by her mother, Mrs. James Grin-
resenting the advisors: greetings berg, 1258 S.W. Third st.
In the presence of their families
and close friends, Miss Frances
Ginsberg will become the bride
of Nathan Tudor 3 p.m. Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Slepian, 2558 S.W. 20th St.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offi-
ciate.
Miss Ginsberg, the daughter of
jJay M. Ginsberg of Miami and
Bangor, Me., will be attended by
her sister, Mrs. Sam Schaffer, as
matron of honor, and Miss Shirley
Rothschild. Irving Baum will be
best man for Mr. Tudor who is
the son cf Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Tudor of New York.
A reception will follow the
ceremony. After a honeymoon,
the couple will reside at 829 S.W.
18th ave.
Max Shapiro officiated at the
ceremony. A reception for rela-
tives and friends followed
The couple spent their honey-
moon motoring through the state
and visiting Silver Springs, and
are now back at their apartment
at 1650 S.W. Fifth st. The bride
is the daughter of Mrs. Gussie Le-
vinc of Miami, and Mr. Wine is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. David S.
Wine of Providence, R.I.
address bj Mrs. Sam Silver, rep-
by Mrs. Carl Weinkle. July Nel-
son will lead the singing.
Mrs. Sam Goldman and Mrs.
Tillie Rosenthal, presidents of the
Miami and Miami Beach Wom-
en's organizations will be intro-
duc< (I.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Miami High school and was a
cadet nurse at Mt. Sinai hospital
in New York for 19 months.
Son of Fred Frankel, Brooklyn
and the late Mrs. Frankel, Mr.
Frankel was graduated from Co-
WILBUR C. KING
WILBUR C. KING
CANDIDATE FOR
Railroad Commissioner
Group One
SAYS THANKS TO THE PEO-
PLE OF DADE COUNTY. FOR
YOUR VOTE IN THE FIRST
PRIMARY
Out of deference to the local
men who were candidates in
this group, I did very little cam-
paigning in Dade County, but
now that these fine and capable
candidates have been eliminated.
I earnestly ask the voters here
for their support on May 28th.
I MAKE THE ONE PROMISE
TO KEEP THE FAITH
WITH THE PEOPLE AND
SERVE THEM HONESTLY
AND FAIRLY.
PLEASE ELECT ME YOUR
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
IN GROUP ONE
Paid rotltlcal Adv.
Edgar Lewis to Become
Bar Mitzva Tomorrow
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, di- lumbia university.
rector of the B'nai B'rith girls'
activities in the fifth district, will
be guest speaker.
Hostess will be the advisors,
the Mesdames Sam Silver, Jer-
ome Freehling, Alex Cohen, Mil-' Mr. and Mrs. Max Lewis, 235
ton Friedman, Frank Rose, Jos- I N.W. 43rd st., announce the Bar
eph Beimann, Rose Kassowitz, Mitzva of their son, Edgar. Serv-
Philip Lefkowitz, Carl Weinkle, ices will be held at Beth David
Al Richardson and the Misses Saturday morning with
Edith Schulman, Edith Shier and Max Shapiro officiating.
Rabbi
Bobby Streiff.
A reception will follow the pro-
gram.
Miss Schwartz Tells
Troth At Dinner
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FRIDAY
Hillel Funds
Total $21,000
Contributions of $21,000 to the
Hillel capital funds campaign
were announced Wednesday by
Harold Ti rk, Hillel advisory com-
mittee chairman who presided at
a campaign breakfast held Sun-
day at the Strand restaurant.
The figure includes approxi-
mately >'25l)0 which was raised at
the affair attended by 30 people.
Dr. Abram L. Sacher, national di-
rector of Hillel foundations, was
guest speaker.
Tl e event was one in a series
that haw been held to acquaint
members of the ci mmunity with
the activities of Hillel in general
and the itj Ol Miami Hil-
undation in particular, Turk
said.
With 314.000 still to be raised,
the camp, ign will be concluded in
the fall, he stated. Funds i
in the drive will be earmark, d
for the University of Miami Hil-
lel house.
Carl Weinkle, Sam Blank and
Monte Selig are cochairmen ol
the dr.\ t v. hii h was begun late
last 5
GEORGIA GOVERNOR
SCHEDULED TO SPEAK
Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia
will speak on the Town Hall for-
um of the Temple Israel Men's
club Tuesday evening, May 28th
at the Temple.
In explaining his subject choice,
Gov Amall says: "The .-
Dimly s. en' is the title ol >>'
book which will soon go to the
publisher-. It comes from the sec-
ond versi the Star Spangled
Banner. 'On tl
through the mist oi Hie deep.' hi
my h ctun I undertake to poiri
the way v a better world and to
that time win n men shall live to-
gether in peace and tranquillity
as brotl Thai time and place
is the si..hi' which we see' 'dim-
ly'."
II. i heit I'. Feibelman, mem-
ber of t nts commit-
tee, announces that those who
have season ticket.- which include
Face Fa'cts,
George J. Talianoff
Florida Director, ADL
The end of the war has brought
with It a shall) increase in the
activities of subversive groups In
the Ann i nan scene. Here in the
south, we have obs< rved the re-
nce of the Klan movement,
by way of illustration. On the en-
,.., anti-democratic front, there
has been rent wed activity since
thi ti rmination of hostilities with
various minority groups and min-
ority segments being the subject
ol attack. In one case, it may be
;:., Negroes, and in another the
Catholics, i i J< ws, or labor, or
aliens.
The sun: total oi this increased
activity on the part of un-Ameri-
can forci s has resulted in a
heightening ol tensions and oi
Lilley Sells Restaurant
To Former Owner
James Lilley has announced
sale of Lilly's restaurant and
cocktail lounge, 829 Biscayne
blvd., to Mrs. Etta Manning, for-
mer owner.
Future operation of the res-
taurant and lounge will be under
the personal direction of Mrs.
Manning's son-in-law, Frank Har-
ney, jr., who operates a chain of
drug stores on Miami Beach.
Mr. Harney has had extensive
experience in the restaurant field
in New England and was direc-
tor of the original Manning's sea
food restaurant.
While negotiations were pend-
ing for the purchase of Lilly's, he
spent some time in New Orleans,
New York and New England
m
to the k,C SUpp*
In Edition t redM
cockti.,1 iu ng *
me" "U install *j
;',tth'north end oil
trance with a full ,J
"m at the back. 4
An uutdoor dinin, I
* dded when buUdJ
tions permit,
Ralph Stephens *
Pl'hhe relations ind
Harney,
. eviously sched- group hatreds and suspicions,
uled Icct Erika Mann may Sine* Easter, our attention has
use them I I lectun Others been directed to increased activ-
may resi ve tickets by callin I
le or maj | i them at
the door. Thi re w ill be no reserv-
ed seats.
SMATHERS TO ADDRESS
MIAMI HADASSAH
EUROPEAN REFUGEES
TO COME HERE
Assignment of European refu-
to Miami is expected shot t-
|y, ai llg to ( ':...: Il R. I
George Smathers, congressman- director of the Jewish Social
irom Flo:.,ia's fourth dis- Service bun
scuss the Palestine
question at thi Miami Hadassah
installation luncheon May 21 at
thi S taurant.
He traduced by Mrs.
Cohen has been informed by
11 i X..:. nal Ri : ugee servici I
the first boat containing over 800
immigrants will arrive in New
. Mi 19 and that a second
e G n, toastmistress. boat with 350 persons was si
Mrs. Joi 1 Bi lov, present chaii -
ill the first
icers who are head-
ed by Mi J e] Carp.
i lum hi it
may igh Wednesday
by ci : 3238,
1 Mrs. J : Fisl man, 2-1083.
uled to sail from Europe May 14.
Cohen i xpressed doubt that any
i refugees will bi
to M:am;. However, a proportion-
ate number of those arriving on
I ; ship and not planning
ttle with reatives, will be
sent here, he said.
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Children's Home to Get
Party Proceeds
V:. deck Home for Displac-
ed Childri n in France will bene-
fit from an affair to be sponsored
by tl; v.' i. n Circle Wom-
en' i lub oi Brani h 692, Miami
Beach.
The card and bingo party will
be held from 3 to 10:30 p.m. Sun-
day at tl e C:i, li lyceum, 25
ington ave. Refreshments
will be served.
ity on ihe part ol lb brew-Chris-
1 rem di self-styled
ci n\. rted .lews apparently see in
tate ol Florida fertile ground
for the dissi mination of their pe-
culiar ideology. These inviduals,
it should be acknowledged, do
not have as then conscious pur-
pose the spreading ol anti-Semit-
ism. Thej wish to "save souls"
and think they can "save" the
Jews by coin citing them. They,
however, give no thought to the
effect their activities have upon
: i tal community. The spread-
ing of their ideology causes in-
creased tensions in the commun-
ity and results in disunity and
disharmony.
Unfortunately, in our state,
ol these conversionists have
been permitted the use of our
public schools, which is in con-
tradiction with a basic concept of
our democratic government,
namely, tin separation of Church
and state. Their appearances in
the public schools have unques-
tionably been responsible for sev-
eral distressing incidents, winch
have come to the attention of the
writer.
The problem of the activities of
conversionists is inextricably in-
terwoven with the broader prob-
lem of th teaching of religion in
our public schools.
It should be noted that this is
not a Jewish problem. It is a
community problem based on
fundamental American principles
of deep concern to all elements,
{Jews and non-Jews, that have at
i ening of tensions, the
creation of unity, and the general
welfare and progress of the com-
munity.
The discussion of public schools
and religion will be continued in
our next lolumn.
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Mian,i Service league members
and then husband.- have been in-
vited to join the organization's
i rumba class which will meet 8
p.m. Tue-day at the Miami Y.
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MAY 17.
1946
jDA Receives
Local Funds
00 T w as made by Federa-
hfiSt? -^Monday
*SI fording to Morns
STexecutive director
nSor beneficiary was the Joint
f Ji Anneal of the- American
^nffi I.- and the Anti-
*f*SrSuiue which fights
SrtE- ->* grant
KtoAaPProved were $500 for
L%ncr. Orl Federation;
, ffE Miami Y; $250 for
LPrnni i r Women's organiza-
SPandS100.' V.vo (Yiddish
Scientific institut.
Of tho allowtion made to the
Y $150 was Riven for the Miami
l^ice league activities and $100
tothecompletion oi a survey on
I military statistu .
Irving Seid, representative of
L Jewish Welfare board's war
records committee, is in town this
week helping the local survey
Lnmittu M J. KopelowitS
hwdstlu Miami group which is
[compilins records of Jewish par-
ticipation in the services during
I the war.
Approximately 3,000 names are
I now listed, M Grossman,
cochairmun of the Miami war
Irecords committee, states, and an
I other 1,000 are < xpected to be
lidded when tl rvey is com-
pleted. The committee is also re-
| classifying the names with list-
lings of the exact branch of the
[armed to served in and
other service
"Jenlstfhrldltor,
YPL To Celebrate
Lag B'Omer With Dance
PAGE FIVE
A Lag B'omer celebration will
be held by the Young Peoples
league Sunday evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Center. Music
will be provided by Mickey Mar-
vin's orchestra.
Feature of the dance will be a
rumba contest with a prize for
the winning couple.
Senior hostesses of the league-
will serve refreshments. Arangc-
ments foi the affair have been
made by Arlene Rose, program
chairman, and Selma Lewis, Gil
Godley, Norma Raskin, Sandy
Gulkis, Irv Gilbert, Jerry Mcltz
and Morris Gulkis.
Admission is free for members.
Non-members have also been in-
vited.
Florida Rabbis
Rename Dr. Kaplan
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Mi-
ami Bead-, was renamed presi-
dent of the Plorida Association of
Rabbis at a conference held Sun-
'day and Monday in Jacksonville.
Next meeting of the state rabbis
m"1 b?,d m Great<* Mmi in
May, 1947.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Mi- brand new chapter on the Beach,
ami Beach and Rabbi Morris '"' wi" have on Tuesday. The
Skop of Orlando were elected vice Chapter .vill do three things at a
president and secretary-treasurer llintl""n at the Ritz Carlton ho-
of the association. tel, come next Tuesday noon
the institution of the
UNVEILING
The
By PAUL WEITZMAN |chairman, states that his commit-
This is our first column for the tee will make up packages to
Miami Boach lodge, B'nai B'rith; send to families in Europe. Mem-
I unless it dies aborning, there will'bers are urged to bring cans of
be others. |food, not alone to the Beach-
Our first item is about the lumber affair, but to every meet-
. B'nai B'rith ladies. They have a >lng- ,Tho ldea is increase the
number of families to be supplied
with food packagesas the sup-
ply is increased by member con-
tributions.
Godfrey Newman, chairman of
the veterans' service committee,
has placid a number of newspa-
pers in the Nautilus hospital, as
part of a project, and brightened
Mothers' Day at the hospital by
sending flowers.
tel, come
lebrate
chapter, install the first set
Of officers and finally, initiate
new members.
The ladies have a membership
[celeb
I new
HABONIM TO PRESENT
DRAMATIC PROGRAM
| FDR Club Holds Dance
A damv and show will
beheld i>y the FDR club this eve-
[nir.g at the Blaclcstone hotel.
[Michael and his orchestra will
[provide a'ii.-:c foi thi affair, Bob
|Lyr.n, social chi announces.
A non-sectarian progressive
froup, the club sponsors a pro-
|pam dramatizing controversial
[issues over Stat WGBS at 8
1p.m. on T i
The recently formed Habonim,
branch of the labor Zionist youth
movement, will present an initia-
tion and dramatic program 9 p.m.
Saturday at Beth David syna-
gogue.
The program will include a
speech, a dramatic playlet and a
| Palestine movie. There is no ad-
mission charge and the public is
invited.
Organized last October, the lo-
' cal Habonim is affiliated with the
Hechalutz organization which
sends Jewish youth to Palestine
las agriculturalists and skilled
workers.
Its activities here have includ-
ed cultural programs, collections
I for the Jewish National Fund and
iHistadrut, and the sale of Sheko-
llim for the World Zionist organ-
' ization.
Officers are Miriam Feil,
rosh bonim; Martin U. Martel,
vice president; Bea Shapoff, sec-
retary; Bea Greenberg, recording
secretary, Sandra Freedman,
treasurer, and Emanuel Stadlan,
rosh machaneh.
e unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Harry of about 125. which is an indica-
=>'egel, attorney who resided on tion of the popularity of the new
l aim Island, will take place 5 chaper and indicative, as well,
p.m. Sunday in the Jewish sec- of the efforts put into the organ-
tion of Woodlawn Park cemetery, ization work.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, The officers, headed by Mrs.
assisted by Cantor A. S. Fried- Tillic Rosenthal, president, will
man. Arrangements are in charge be installed by Mrs. Beverly
of Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Becker, past president of the
.Monument company. Mr, Siegel Chicago B'nai B'rith Council of
was a member of the Beth David Wom< n's Chapters, who will
in also present the charter. Mrs.
congregation and was active
fraternal groups. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present
' at the unveiling.
The unveiling of a monument
jto the memory of the late Joseph
iRocke, 1174 N.W. Second st., was
held May 10 at the Jewish sec-
tion of Woodlawn Park cemetery.
Harry Kaufman is general chair-
man of the luncheon with Mrs.
Ah x Schumann in charge of hos-
pitality. Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich
will act as toastmistress. Reserva-
tions will be closed at 200 and
may be made with Mrs. Alex
Li bow.
Our second item is about the
Calls Breakfast Meeting
A breakfast meeting of mem-
bers of the Miami Y board and
Y youth organization presidents
has been called for 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at the Y by Henry Jacob-
son, membership drive chairman.
VffifCiifi
for Rest
CONVALESCEHO
.-.Chromic Cases
Services were read by Rabbi Mur- mcn- B'nai B'rith on the Beach
ray Grauer, assisti d by Cantor wl" feature a dance at the Beach-
Maurice Mamches. Sid H. Palmer comb(r "" Wednesday evening at
of the Miami Monument company 8:3 n-m- Purpose? To feed the
was in charge of arrangements, .starving of Europe.
______ Admission will be by paid-up
membership and a can of food
anything edible that is not per-
ishable. This is part of a project
to gathe. sufficient foodstuff to
Unveiling of a monument to
the memury of the late Morris
Shumer, 362 Michigan ave., took
place Sunday in Mt. Sinai ceme- send to war-Torn EurorX^OCdop't"
tery. Mr. Shumer was active in a-Family" is the name applied to
'Sun-RayPark
e a Ith Resort
HMD ro SOOKUT
IpitJ
Mi*'r.riACcitio"CouT-rioiOA
the Jewish Fraternal order, lodge
192. Arrangements were in charge
of Sid H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company.
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A memorial to the late Maurice
L. Brush, 1622 S.W. 15th st., was
unveiled Sunday morning at Mt.
Sinai cemetery. Sid H. Pamer of
the Miami Monument company
was in charge of arrangements.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Ceia Sangerman will take place
2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
. officiating Arrangements are un-
der the direction of Gordon
Monument company. Friends are
! asked to be present.
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memorializing the late Philip
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the direction of the Gordon
Monument company. Friends are
requested to be present.
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Miami 18. Florida, Friday, May IT, 1940_________
1YAR 16, 5706
A COURAGEOUS UNDERTAKING
The S4,000,000 campaign to build Palestine's first medical
school must be considered a valiant effort on the part of Ameri-
can Jewry. For at a time when the most immediate problem
is to get the suffering Jews out of Europe and into Palestine,
there are those who aie foresighted and courageous enough to
undertake a project that will benefit th3 whole Middle East.
It is for the Jewish people that the medical school will be
built in Jerusalem. But not for our people alone.
The Jewish refugees who go to Palestine will reguire careful
medical attention. The doctors in Palestine are too few for
the long-range job. Few European Jewish doctors of the remnant
who survive will get to Palestine. The training of new Jewish
doctors will be an important function of the proposed school.
But it is not for our people alone that the school will be built.
Students of all races and creeds will be admitted. And the
men and women trained at the school will raise the health
standards in Palestine and the Middle East by actual practice
and by research, especially in the field of tropical disease.
Establishment of the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical
school depends upon contributions from Dade county and the
rest of the U. S. Your financial support is urgently needed.
THE BRANDEIS CONTEST
The Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission is offering two
four-week scholarships to the Brandeis camp institute in Penn-
sylvania to the winners of its current essay contest.
The material advantage of training lor Zionist leadership in
a vacation-like atmosphere should be an incentive for Greater
Miami youth to participate.
Subject of the essay contest is "What is the Responsibility
of American Jewish Youth to Palestine?" To the losers as well
as the winner is the added opportunity of defining his role in
the vital politics of Zionism.
Beth Tfilah Begins
Construction at Beach
Construction"^ B?th Tfilah
synagogue at !'35 Euclid avc.be-
JS Wednesday with the breaking
rfXnnimpleted,the.ynagogu
,,11 seat between 000 and 650
peJUs and contain a gallery and
h w,il be strictly ortho-
Construction is expected to re-
tire six to eight weeks, depend-
Sg upon the availability of ma-
^Meanwhile, services are being
.cted at the congregations
quarterS on Sixth st, Miami
Beach. Friday evening services
ire held at 7:30 ....... Saturday
morning, 9 a.m.. andw Saturday
evening, 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Joseph
E, Rackovsky is the speaker.
Daily services are held at a
a.m. followed by a special class
inMishna. A class in Jewish laws
and customs is held after evening
services, T:30 p.m.
BPW ELECT. CHANGE
MEETING SCHEDULE
A slate of officers headed by
r- vs Cooper, president, was
elected bj the Business and Pro-
nal Women's division of Ha-
h i a meeting Monday eve-
ning.
Others elected were Frieda
Shifman and Use Frankel, vice
presidents; Esther Sussman, re-
;, rding secretary; Reba Shapses,
assistant recording secretary; Nan
Bernstein, ci rresponding secre-
tary; Sadye Alexander and Ella
Goodman, assistant corresponding
secretaries; E d ythe Fleisher,
ir< r, and Anne Patz, finan-
cial secretary.
A talk on the Shekel drive was
given by Harry Simonhoff, Great-
er Miami Shekel chairman, who
distributed Shekel books among
the girls.
The summer schedule for meet-
ings of the division has been
changed to one meeting instead of
two a month. Meetings will be
held on the second Monday of
every month during the summer
only, with the next meeting
scheduled for June 10 at the
Beach Y.
FRIDAY. MAY l7
House immigration m "Hi
eliminated by ^H
the controversial *&?*?
Gossett bill. ,, *%
TAKES ZIONIST POST
Nathan Straus III of New York
(right) is welcomed as vice chair-
man of the Committee on Unity
for Palestine of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America by the com-
mittee chairman, Dr. Felix A.
Levy of Chicago, noted Reform
rabbinical leader. Mr. Straus,
member of one of American Jew-
ry's outstanding families, accep-
ted the vice chairmanship at a
dinner in his honor at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria hotel, saying: "I am
deeply anxious that a true pic-
ture of Palestine shall become
available, both to those people
who have a distorted picture, now
and to those who have given no
thought to the problem up to the
present time."
ROSE CHAPTER NAMES
EDITH SCHULMAN
LAG B'OMER
Leg B'Omer, which will be celebrated Sunday, is the holiday
of Jewish students and Jewish heroes or better still, Jewish
students who were heroes or patriots.
Lag B'Omer was celebrated for the first time almost eighteen
hundred years ago. In the year 131, Hadrian the Roman Em-
peror, promised '.he Jews who had remained in Judaea, which
was then a Roman province, to permit them to rebuild the Temple
in Jerusalem. Then ho broke his word end revoked the decree.
_The Jews revolted against Hadrian. Their heroic leader,
Simon Bar Kochba, suffered defeat after defeat. But on Lag
B'Omer day he achieved a great victory. Ho hurled back the
Roman legions and entered Jerusalem and proclaimed himself
King of Judaea.
Who formed the vanguard of Bar Kochba's army? They
were the students of Rabbi Akibah's famous Yeshivah, 24 000
strongtrue, young patriotic students, but the bravest of the
brave And that is why Jewish youlh all over the world and
through all these past centuries have cherished Laa B'Ompr
as the students' holiday. y
Candlelight Ceremony
To Honor Officers
Officers of the Miami Women's
auxiliary t<> the Jewish Home for
the Aged will be installed in a
candlelight ceremony 2 p.m. Sun-
day at the Strath-Haven hotel.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, founder and
honorary president, and Mrs.
Louis Herzog, president, will in-
stall the officers.
Toastmistress will be Mrs. Syd-
ncy L. W intraub. Jewish organ-
izations have been asked to send
entatives to the affair,
which will include entertainment
and rein -hments.
Admission is free of charge.
(lift .-ommittce chairmen are
Mrs. Becky Levine, Mrs. Isidor
Langner and Mrs. Sadie Karasik,
who is also installation chairman.
A policy tif sponsoring "a gen-
eral cultural series of the highest
Miss Edith Schulman was
elected president of the Rose
chapter, E'nai B'rith Women, at
a dinner held last week at the
Only Inn.
Elected with her were Mrs.
Norman Reinhard, vice president;
Miss Evelyn Rodan, correspond-
ing secretary; Miss Caroline Cher-
ry, recording secretary, and Miss
Vicki Benjamin, treasurer. In-
stallation will be held in June.
Miss Betty Anne Weintraub has
been selectc d to represent the
chapter at the national convention
in Baltimore, May 27.
First annual Mother's Day tea
was held by the organization Sun-
day at the home of Miss Dorothy
Edelson. The Misses Audrey Gelb,
Betty Anne Weintraub and Rosa-
lie Sepin were in charge of the
program which included presen-
tation of corsages to mothers of
the members.
House Group Banj
Quota Reduction
WASHINGTolT(JTA I
OUfle immigration comma,JM
g Immigration quota!*
r cent for the nXMuH
ubetitute a^X,10
would nave reduced the.
ting
per
A substi amenZ; Si
25 per cent far^**!
also defeated ycara **
Opposition to section 5 of J
measure had bi en npn*\
hearings bef,,,, the eorUS J
the American Federation omJI
bov tile Congress of IndustSI
Organizations and other J
Jewish o.gani/atmns voiced Z
opposition jointly through J,Z'
Nathan D. Perlman &
fjed in behalf of the XaS
Community Relations Advls|
council, which includes all mZ\
Jewish group- ,n the countrvl
The revised bill was reported
to the Hotis, by the committee.
Chaplain Arnoff Killed
En Route To Discharge
NEW YORrTMay 10-0*1
lain (Captain) Nachman S. And
off, 46, a veteran of 18 rr.onthfl
service in the European theatal
was killed yesti i day in a Am;|
truck accident at Camp KilmJ
N.J., en route to a processing cen-f
ter for discharj
A graduate of the Jewish TheoJ
logical Seminar) and a membi
of the Rabbinical Assembly,!
Chaplain Arnotf served in Iulj|
and just before his departure, u
tendered a community tribute 1
the Jews of Leghorn lor the work]
he had done in their behalf.
Prior to enU i ing the sirvice.hJ
was rabbi of Congregation B'nai|
Israel, Chicaf
MRS. SIMON HEADS
STATE OES COMMITTEE
"I AM AN AMERICAN DAY"1946
Each year, since 1940, the third Sunday in May has been
set aside as "I Am An American Day" by Presidential procla-
mation. This year the day for publicly honoring the men and
women who have recently become citizens, either by reachina
their majority or by naturalization, falls on May 19 It has been
proclaimed by President Truman in a messagp urging federal
state and local officials and patriotic, civic and educational
organizations to 'help our new citizens, both native born and
naturalized, to understand more fully the significance of re-
sponsibilities of citizenship in our self-governing Republic"
His proclamation pays tribute to the "sacrifices of millions of
our young men and women on the ba:tlefronts of the world
performing bravely their highest duties as citizens" and cites the
nSLSteS w,ar-r?vagedunatin? of 'he world now look to the
United States for leadership and for assistance. "Our nation
derives its chief strength to give such leadership and assistance
from rts Citiwns native-born and foreign-born, working together
as one people. ^w,w
calibre
Greater Miami" was
approved by the Greater Miami
HONOR MOTHERS
Mothers of Iota Alpha Pi sor-
ority members received sorority
recognition pins at a Mother's Day
luncheon held Sunday at the Ron-
ey Plaza.
Miss Audrey Epstein, chancel-
lor, mad' the welcoming address
and pledges of the group provided
impromptu entertainment.
Mrs. Lena Simon has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Red
Cross, b. nevolent and welfare
committee of the Grand chapter,
Florida Order of the Eastern Star,
by newly-elected worthy grand
matron, Mrs. Bessie Christian of
Ocala. One hundred fifty chapters
throughout the state will work in
cooperation with Mrs Simon.
In connection with the project
Mrs. Max Kupper will sponor a
games party at her home, 1250
S.W. 21st ter., at 1:30 p.m. Tues-
day. The public is invited.
Mrs. Dave Alper, 1059 Pennsyl-
vania ave., was hostess at a lunch-
eon for the project yesterday af-
ternoon.
Mrs. Simon was appointed
grand representative of the Flor-
ida OES in 1935 by Mrs. Nancye
Rickard and served as grand
warder under Mrs. Alfred Neeb
in 1942.
TO HOLD BEACH PARTY
A beach party for members has
been scheduled by the Beach Y
for Saturday evening, May 25.
Swimming, from 6 p.m., will be
followed by a dinner at 7:30 and
a dance and community singing
at 8:30 p.m. Only charge will be
for the dinner. The affair will be
held at the Y, 1 Lincoln rd.
Jack D. Burris, acting president
of Miami Beach Zionist district,
addressed the weekly luncheon
meeting of the organization
Wednesday and reported on his
trip the preceding weekend to
Birmingham to attend the South-
eastern Zionist conference. In the
absence of Luncheon Chairman
Jake Felt. Burris has taken over
direction of the weekly events.
Abess Named President
Of New Beach Bank
Leonard L. Abess, Miami cer-
tified public accountant, is presi-j
dent of the New N ;::. S: :e
bank, Miami Beat h, which receiv-J
ed its state charter last Thurs-|
day.
The bank, approved by Comp'
troller J. M. Lee as supervisor!'
state banks, will have S400.M
capital stock, a S75.000 surpla
and $25,000 undivided profits.
Serving with Abess are Shep-
ard Broad, first vice presided!
Albert Pick, second vice preside^
and cashier.
Directors will be the officers
and J. A Hapsworth, Charlei
Baez, Dr. Morris Goodman, JJ
Claude Carroll, George S. PoliB
jr., Robert C. Martin, Dr. Lou:
G. Lytton and E. E. Brett.
JDA MOVE REVEALS
ANTI-SEMITISM
"Linked in Freedom's Cause,!
a film depicting the use of annj
Semitism as a divide and conques
weapon to destroy democracy,
now available for showing on
free loan basis, George Tal.anoH
Anti-Defemation league direct*
announces. ,.,
Produced by the Joint I*w
Appeal, the movie is being sW"
throughout the state this monU
Quentin Reynolds, foreign.con*
spondent and radio commenujj
is narrator of the film. ArranJ
ments for showing the niuenl
be made with Talianoff at ^
Seybold bldg.
Abe S. Goldman and E-
Goldstein are members
committee of veterans, ci rj
fraternal organisations whic" 1
sponsor an "I Am An Am" M
day observance Tuesday y
at Bayfront park. Comdr-
Bulkeley. whose e*Plcfwill j
Pacific won him fame. *
guest speaker._______
Latest OPA rtUilifc* *j
subject discussed
Frishman, executive secre
the Miami Beach Apa^0
sociation, at a meeting
timore club Tuesday at tne


MAY 17,1946_
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PAGE SEVEN
amians Tell Reactions to Palestine Report
.publication of the dUJons which w ere never intend-1 Benjamin E. Bronston, presi-L r'TIT TTTDV ^OlUflUITTTFP
^^.'ni-.m-y commit-
recent rep
... 0 Palestine,
has been
opinion
yd
fce'i
conflicting,
arouseJ-
I* lvi Stion to the inquir-
ihol 100,000
be au-
1 Jewish lead-
Horidian finds
(avora | Uu,t 100.000
lers
"^coinmendati n us.
1,in certificates
j i misi -
, into Pal-
** irj
L^1!0^! JmTssion of dia
into Pal
., features of the
fe' r,onal
A t f the Zionist Organiz-
r^irico. was pleased to
huon o ers of the
'kar 1 wen unanimous in
,,000 irnmigr-
Bon certificates
-On the other hand, he de-
,j "it is very disappoint-
Szionisl5lo find .hat the
SoMhe report seems to MM
L effort to lake from the Zion-
Z, the thing thai is most im-
5!tethem-.hc building, up
J, Palestine as a Jew.sh state.
The Zionists feel that only a
Jewish stale can solve the Jew-
ish problem. Any other attempt
will end up in failure and the
problem will be bitter once
again."
Referrii f I : ime Minister
A..v, ... the report
Mr. Goodman
called it "an att mpt on the part
.. K | | ick the plain
import of the report by resorting
to quibbling and attaching con-
ditions which were never intend-
ed. This is born out by the fact that
two members of the American
commission, Mr. Crum and Mr.
Buxton, both expressed indigna-
tion over the interpretation that
Mr. Attlee is trying to place on
the report. They claim that the
admission of the 100,000 Jews in-
to Palestine would not be condi-
tioned upon the disarming of Jew-
ish defense in Palestine," he con-
cluded.
Necessity for United Nations
aid was cited by Morris Klass, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
"In the first place," he said,
"the part that deals with the
100,000 displaced persons being
permitted to enter Palestine is
fine on paper. But unless the
United Nations is willing to guar-
antee the proposal, financially
and otherwise, it will be mean-
ingless.
"Secondly, I am disappointed
because the report seems to
sound the death knell to the
prospect of a Jewish homeland
in Palestine. Bad as the White
Paper was. it never abrogated
the Baliour declaration. It
merely limited immigration.
We are vitally interested in the
maintenance of the Balfour dec-
laration as such. The only real
protection for the Jews will
be if the Jewish population of
Palestine has a voice in the
I government," Klass empha-
| Benjamin E. Bronston, presi-
dent of the South Florida chap-
ter, American Council for Juda-
ism, stated he is 100 percent in
accord with the report.
"I think it solves the problem,"
he said. Mr. Bronston added that
he feels the report should be con-
sidered as a whole and that the
portion which recommends the
immigration of 100.000 displaced
persons to Palestine should not
be taken separately.
"The report bears out the prin-
ciples of the American Council for
Judaism," he claimed.
Dr. M. A. Lipkind, a director
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, saw three good points in
the reportthe admission of an
additional 100.000 Jews to P
tine; the decision not to defend
Arab claims, and the recommend-
ation to allow Jews to buy land.
But he was disappointed in the
denial of future statehood for the
Jews and the statement that the
Jews were never promised state-
hood. Dr. Lipkind also found fault
with the recommendation that a
new system of education be set
up in Palestine.
"We don't want the education
system to be dictated to us." he
said. He also decried the mixture
of religion with politics as evi-
denced in the report.
"The future is very dark in-
deed," he said, "and we have to
continue to fight for our ideals."
Schools Cancel
Sunday Outings
CULTURE COMMITTEE
ESTABLISHES POLICY
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IN GREATER MIAMI
Sunday School picnics, sched-
uled for this Sunday, have been
called off by the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Beth
David, Beth Sholom, and Temple
Israel. Beth Jacob has cancelled
the athletic portion of its outing
and the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, which has planned a
picnic for May 26, has also called
its affair off.
In cancelling the Beth David
picnic, Rabbi Max Shapiro an-
nounced that regular Sunday
school classes will be held by the
congregation this week. Rabbi
Saul B. Appelbaum stated that
the Tempi'- Israel picnic will be
postponed until further notice and
that religious school classes will
met as usual.
Students of the Beth Jacob
Sunday and daily schools will
meet at the community building
at 11 a.in Sunday for a Lag
B'Oimr lestival. Mothers have
been invited to attend. Refresh-
ments will be served by members
of the Sisterhood. In charge of
arrangements are Mrs. Jack
Hirsch, Mrs. Pauline Chill, Mrs.
L. D. Feder, Mis. Joseph Brenner.
Mrs. A. J. Safra, Mrs. Eugenia
Lilicnfeld and Mrs. Rose Hayes.
A policy of sporing "a general
cultural scries of the highesst cali-
bre for Greater Miami" was ap-
proved by the Greater Miami
Jewish Cultural committee last
week
Plans for next season's series
of lectures and concerts will be
made by the committee when it
meets with Mrs. Leo Huberman,
chairman, 10 a.m. Wednesday at
the Miami Beach Y.
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here Miss Connie Eisen-
stein of 1005 West ave., has re-
turned from a trip to Nassau
with her brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D.
Easton .
Returning to New York soon
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Solomon
and their daughter, Edith. The
Solomons recently entertained
a large group of their friends
at a dinner party at the Shel-
borne hotel ... Dr. and Mrs.
A. R. Hollander, 4829 Cherokee
ave., have returned from a trip
to Chicago, where they attend-
ed the wedding of their daugh-
ter, Edyth, to Chaplain Leo
Geiger .
Mr. and Mrs. David Wein-
berg, 2469 Flamingo pi., will
leave the first of June for Cali-
fornia, Mr. Weinberg's former
home, for extended visits in
Hollywood and San Diego
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To those who supported
and voted for me I want
to express my most sin-
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With YOUR continued
support we will be vic-
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mary, to the betterment of
our Dade County Schools.
JIMMIE
HENDERSON
School Board
District No. 3
Pd. Political Adv.
That trip Leo Eisenstein is tak-
ing to Hot Springs, Ark., isn't
all for pleasure. He is going to
attend 10 some business too .
Mrs. Marion Frank is leaving
Miami Saturday after a visit
with her mother and father,
way home to Alabama, she will
stop in Nashville, Tenn. .
Miss Beulah Sugerman left this
week for New Jersey where she
will spend some time. .
Lt. Howard K. Schwartz, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Sch-
wartz, 1347 N. W. Eighth st., is
home on terminal leave after
three y?ars' service with the
Pacific Ileet. He spent eighteen
months serving aboard the
U.S.S. Langley, taking part in
combat action in the Marshalls,
Mariannas, Philippines and Iwo
lima, and the first raids on Oki-
nawa and Tokyo. Now that he
is home, he will be associated
with the Pan American corp. .
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
flew to Greensboro, N. C, Wed-
nesday for a vacation.
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Your Personal Problems
By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D.
Zionist Convention
To Meet Here in Fall
Director, Counselling Service, Detroit. Mich.
Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail
Miami Beach will be host to
the regional convention, South-
as far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions an,a .1 asjern district, Zionist Organiza-
stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care ol jac|, n. Burris,
The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida.
"WHERE ARE THE MEN?"
Being a columnist is a dangerous occupation. I learn this
day by day. When I make a general statement, sufficient to
cover a variety of cases I see and have seen over the years, I
take my life in my hand. People stop me on the street and in
meetings and say: "Last week you said so and so. I know dif-
ferently. Look at my friend's case. This is what happened to
them ."
In this same manner I was stopped last week. A very nice
girl, a girl of pleasing person llity, active in the community, look
me to task for a recent column. What she said was reinforced
by the comments of other girls of her age and they say. in effect:
"We are a lost generation. We might as well forget all thoughts
of marriage." All these people asked: "Where are the men?"
This girl was happily married. She went places with her hus-
band. He was the bisi man the Lord had created in many years.
More than that, they belonged to each other. Theirs was a marriage
eternal. So it was until he was killed in action. Behind him he left
pleasant memories which now are mixed with violent tugs at the
heart. Mem tries are satisfying, for a while. Hut life is so lone-
some, despite all club activities. This girl is living with
ories. in the past up to a point.
When are her friends? you ask. Her friends, and then
many, her friends adore her and she them are married, have
families and their own husbands and wives. Their activities are
for married people only. Of course thev are glad to have Janie
come along with them. But she does make an odd number and an
escort musl be found for he 1 is not lefl oul of the picture. I
suspect that her friends w< e her as .1 visitor but not as an extra
person on a night out.
Worse still, when Janie is with her married friends, she makes
parisons unconsciously. The lives of her friends are complete ,
husband, wife, children, a home. Her life is only partially complete
H< r frii nds make self-sufficing units: she is not. Her 1 wn standards
prevent I bumming around Shi nevei was a bum ai
elf-worth J 1 en and-thei movements which some
war v swer to grief.
WHERE ARE THE MEN?
Jam( s well known. She typifies the substantial young
an of this generation. Shi earns her living. She is neat She
is intelligent. Shi I well and interestingly She can live as
;,':' (i ,s alone, but si e wants to live ..cam and as she once did
sive, in a subtle w .. perl ai she could find
>ver. Bemi unaggressive, she asks me, "Where are
men:
difficulty, I can 1 numi ral asl a dozen girls in the
All of them an quiet,
These girls
The men have
: if this is so What has happened to the single
rvt 1 A good many of them are back Aren't
marrying? Ar. their intentions other than honorable? Are
trying to rush girls into situations, telling them fairy tales
b"ux ': re etting a bit over-
us i.e.-ure to force marriage'' Are
nri. as men of substantial character andsound
in tmctively stay clear? Are Ih. marking
I don't |,nd tins from the
;:;i : t don't find this amoi th. men I know Tie
; yheproc. : Idier-to-civilian, taffi
I would like to d. my bit in this campaign. I want to prove to
. : '. '....."g, proving it quite directly If a
,! such men and women would help. I would Bladlv
eY,enJ- WM like t the names of such
irls.indignit3 befittfaLta3
! .; :r%^''-r. >> by providin* part

head 1 :' the Miami Beach district,
;,d upon his return from
I SSD 1 rence at Birming-
ham last weekend.
:!, November,
is 1 \: 1 (ted to at-
1 than -li"1 Zionists from
All ban a, Tenn< 11 ,
. Kentucky, Louisiana.
:: s th Carolina as
MJOC MEN NAME
TEMPORARY OFFICERS
Emanuel Karger was naVed
t> mporary chairman and Morris
Fineman, temporary secretary, at
the organizational meeting of th/
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation Men's club Tuesday eve-
ning.
Flection of officers will be held
Thursday evening at the Talmud
Torah. A cultural and social pro-
gram is being arranged by the
officers and Murray Shulman and
Rabbi Murray Grauer.
As part of its activities, the club
is planning an athletic program
The Life of Enrico rw. .
written by his widow, wj,>
viewed by Edward Clarko ,7,*
p.m. Saturday .,, Z ^
forum. Wednesday ,1 P'noza
Hanoka and n,,K,nB "Su-
ture on "Positive H.aiVh? *
ern Civilization "T^.1'*
meets at the home of n, V*
ham Wolfson. lith st L ra'
Collins ave. and Ocean" drWW"
No Epidemic. Cato Says
The ,i.-ing number of polio
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ri Single, All ol the
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'" echo lea: "We are a lost generation. Tin
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BARNS
JUSTICE OF
SUPREME COURT
(Group 2)
Senior Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit
T with over 20 years of trial court experience',
who asks promotion to the Supreme Court of
Florida.
Pd. Politico Adv. by Friends
Florida. Convention in cooperation with the Miami Y.
luarters will be at the Na-
: 1.
: I Shapiro, Miami Bi ich
\ who accompanied Bur-
th< Birmingham conference,
:,> head the fall
Other demic, Dr. T. E. Cato, county
health director, said Wednesday.
Dr. Cato stated that he has not
banned public affairs nor has he
requested schools to close.
However, he recommended that
children 'avoid undue fatigue and
overexert ion."
the Miami B< ach dis-
,v:!l be officis to the
ng Zionists.
"Although tie convention is
than than five months in
Itun the committee will be-
gin functioning this month in or-
dei to make the Novembi r meet-
ing a memorable one." Shapiro
In addition to the business
; i i vention, a com-
pit ti program of sights) i ing, fish-
mi: ami other events will be in-
Plans for the installation of
officers to be held junc ,on <
made by the board of the S
Jacob Tuesday evening at uj
home of Rabbi ;,nfl Mrs m
Meschelofi. The *&
first held by the new 0*"*
To Show Football Film
Motion pictures of the Orange
Bow] football game will be shown
following the business meeting of
eluded on th.> schedule in order t|ie Temple Israel Men's club
i ;n a favorable Monday evening. The meeting
visiting Zionist dele- wni be held at the Temple at
18:15 p.m.
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p*m Ave' ana 2nd S? .very ',V '"" Corn" '
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17. 1946
+Jewisti florid fan
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unerica
|s a Living Language
as Well as Palestine
HOTEL OFFERS PATIO
FOR FUND AFFAIRS
written by A.
Education, I* W '" '" a "'"CH '" xhrv"
Jewish Klorldlan during Hebrew Month,
GANNES
p. (latinos, executive director
" A p
ive Director of the Bureau of Jewish Eduction
"eCU"V under the impression that Hebrew is a
Dy people are^ ^^ ^ ancient volumes, studied by
language to Hebrew schoiars and educators. Some are
pr0fefnmDreSsion that only orthodox Jews study and
lunder the imp considerea to be in the same class as
I Hebrr u-Lthe classic languages. No notion can be
lend GreeK Thg Hebrew language was never a
wrong *an throUgh the ages, it has been used by
'"T nnd bv the people in general. Hebrew was
teachers o _... j__ in. ,i.., a .,,.,
Free use of the Strath-Haven
hotel palio for fund raising af-
fairs is available to organizations,
the Strath-Haven management
has informed the Jewish Florid-
ian.
Facing the oceanfront, the patio
Summer Hebrew Class
Offered By BJE
diurn
liv-
I
rccogni/. :
lken language- II .a the
, langUage of the ,nt.re
L Palestine (s-on to be
fiortrong), and of mU-
V living throughout
tfa Palestine, ol course,
/language of the home,
L and the street. WhUe
of tne three official
(Hebrew. Arabic and
it u the language of the
[?rica. too. Hebrew has
latfht in our universities
leges for over 300 years.
aught in Harvard when it
iened in 1636. and it is still
i there today. During the
lor 15 years some 20 public
Loots in several large cities
fccUed in their curriculum
as one of the modern
k. In New York more
00 students study Hebrew
,' public schools. Fourteen
schools, two junior high
two evening high schools
fur colleges offer Hebrew in
[curriculum. It is an ac-
language like all the
with Regents' credits, and
(epted for college entrance
; colleges of Greater New
bv universities such as
and Yale, and by hun-
of universities and colleges
Clubs wishing to sponsor an
affair at the hotel may make ar-
rangements with Max Chodak at
5-4691. The hotel is located at 411
Ocean dr.
MRS. GLASSER AIDS
NEW AJC CHAPTER
A summer course in conversa-
tional Hebrew will be offered to
adolescents by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, A. P. Cannes, exe-
cutive director, announced this
week.
Girls and boys over the age of
114 are eligible for the course if
fcjU bandshell and large dance !lh(.y haV(, ., n.ading knowlcdge of
Hebrew, Cannes said. Classes will
of expression in prayer, study, literature and every-
throughout the country. Jews
and Gentiles alike study it.
Thousands of people in this coun-
try read the language, speak it
and support all activities for its
further development.
The Hisadruth Ivrith of Amer-
ica, which sponsors Hebrew
Month and Hebrew Week, is an
organization primarily interested
in fostering the growth of He-
brew culture and language in
America. To achieve this pur-
pose it publishes a weekly maga-
zine, a Hebrew illustrated bi-
weekly magazine for chidren; it
sponsors a Hebrew speaking
camp; it is responsible .for the
establishment of a Hebrew pub-
lishing house; sponsors a Hebrew
Arts committee in the field of
drama, dance, choral and orches-
tral music, etc. It engages in,
and stimulates all those activities
which enrich Jewish life in Amer-
ica through the Hebrew language
and Hebraic culture.
Locally, the Histadruth L'Tar-
buth Ivrith (the organization for
Hebrew culture) has been organ-
ized with the purpose of foster-
ing the Hebrew language and re-
be condueted from June through
August by a professional Hebrew
teacher.
Texts used in New York pub-
ic high schools where Hebrew is
taught will be used for the course.
Additional information may be
obtained at the Bureau, 318 Con-
gress bldg.. telephone 3-5858.
latcd subjects among adults. On
a school level, Hebrew is a basic
underlying principle of the relig-
ious school program.
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RESOURCES OVER $14,000,000
Joseph M. Lipton, President
Mrs. Louis Glasser, new p
dent of the Beach Women's divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress,
left yesterday for New York to
assist in the formation of a new
Congress chapter in Spring Val-
ley, N.Y.
While in New York, Mrs. Glas-
ser will attend the national con-
ventions of the men's and wom-
en's divisions of AJC from May
25 to June 6 in Manhattan.
Other Miami delegates who will
attend the sessions are Miss Clara
Goldenbcrg and the Mesdamcs
Celia Goldenbcrg, Gordon Wol-
kenberg, Alexander Kogan, Leo
Meyers, Bessie Reich, Lotte Rot-
sprecher, Lena Wolk and Schultz.
Obituaries
ZUCKERMAN
Salhan Zuikiiman, >i etlred mer-
chant, "f 1 .'! >'. W. I6tll St., died
lay bi liis home after a brief
A uiemhei < lh' lieth I 'avid
'ongi egsil Ion and the Miami B< h
Workman'* circle, he came here Blx
yearn ago from Plttsfleld, MasB. Sur-
viving are his wife, Mrs. Densle
SSuckerman; two sons, Arthur Jacob
and Sidney, and three daughter*, Mrs,
i:-iii.r Ui'telxon and Misses Shirley
and Itiia SSuckerman. The body lias
I.....n shipped t.. I'itufleld for services
in.i burial by the Palmer Funeral
home.
Five University of Miami stu-
dents were awarded honor keys
Wednesday evening for their dis-
tinguished service in Hillel activ-
ities, according to Rabbi Albert
Michels, Hillel director who made
the presentations.
Those honored were Fern Mat-
ros, Hillel president, Nessa Gittle-
man, Lillian Hirsch, Rosalyn
Taradash and Seymour Brieloff.
For their interest and coopera-
tion in Hillel, the following stu-
dents received copies of Rabbi
Milton Steinberg's "A Partisan's
Guide to the Jewish Problem"
Carol Gordon, Leo Wixman,
Bruce Isaacs, Irv Geringer, Greta
Aronoff, Marilyn Socloff, Phyllis
Leshaw, Melvin Michaels and
Joseph Malek.
Final Sabbath services for the
year will be held at the Hillel
house at 5 p.m. today with Ed-
ward Salinas, honor exchange
student from the University of
Havana, as guest speaker.
Rabbi Michels has asked Hillel
members to turn in their essays
for the Brandeis camp institute
contest before the May 25th dead-
line.
JWB COORDINATORS
MEET WEDNESDAY
EAGLE
William lingle, 29, Miami postofflce
employee, died Saturday at his home,
ill N. VV. l"ili ave.
A resident of Miami 19 years, he
moved here from Brooklyn. Surviving
ii. in- mother, Mrs. Mollle Eagle;
'.-. Mrs. Betty Eagle; one son,
William, j. .i .i mghter, Carol, and
s- rvlces were held In
Cordon Funeral chapel Monday, with
burial in VVoodluwn cemetery.
Fish Dinner to Benefit
Palestine Children
Members of the Jewish Welfare
board's new coordinating commit-
tee will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday
in the Federation office, accord-
ing to Leon Schulman, JWB rep-
resentative.
The committee will act in an
advisory capacity to organizations
serving veterans and military per-
sonnel in the area.
Members of the group are Sam
Blank, Carl Weinkle, William D.
Singer, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs.
George Chcrtkof, Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, Maurice Grossman. Jack
Marash, Morris Klass, Charles R.
Cohen, Rabbi Leon Kronish and
Rabbi Albert Michels.
PONITZMAN
Mrs. Rebecca Ponltsman, S3, <>f "2''
X. \v, 17th ave., died last Thursday
in a hospital. Surviving are a son,
Morris Ponitsman, Miami; a sister,
Mrs. Jennie Dubrow, Miami Beach,
and two brothers, of Sew York. Fu-
neral mums were held Friday after-
i.....a in the Gordon Funeral home
chapel, with burial in Mi. sinal ceme-
tery,
Mrs. S. Sir will be hostess at
a fish dinner Sunday evening at
Beth Jacob community building
for the Mizrachi fund for children
in Palestine.
Mrs. Sir has donated the din-
ner which will be served from 7
p.m. Admission is $1.25 per per-
son.
ALS NAMES OFFICERS
New officers of ALS chapter,
B'nai B'rith Girls, are Margie
Miller, president: Florine Sch-
wartz and Alberta Sunshine, vice
presidents; Alicia Gulkis, record-
ing secretary; Naomi Machtei,
corresponding secretary; Evelyn
Baumoehl, ,treasurer.
Others, who will also take office
in June, are Lucille Gold, ser-
geant at arms; Shirley Merlin,
Parliamentarian; Barbara Gradin-
ger, historian.
New board members are Har-
riet Roseiistock. Joan Shier, Mar-
sha Gutman and Louise Cans.
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anH for your convenience
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MAYROWITZ
Max Mayrowlts, 61. part owner ol
the Belvedere hotel, 843 Euclid ave.,
Bi .i ii. died there last Wednes-
day after a heart attack. He came
here ii years ago fr..... New York
city where the body has been sent
by Riverside Memorial chapel.
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Dewey, O'Dwyer Speak
On UJA Broadcast
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey and
Mayor William O'Dwyer of New
York, Henry Ford II and Nelson
Rockefeller will be the guest
speakers on a special CBS broad-
cast originating in the grand ball-
room of the Waldorf-Astoria, and
presented under auspices of the
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
This program will be heard in
the Greater Miami area exclus-
ively over radio station WQAM,
from 10:00-10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The speakers will deal with the
relief and rehabilitation of the
Jews, stressing a community ap-
proach to a humanitarian problem
rather than relocation or political
aspects. The speakers will make
no appeal for funds but will at-
tempt to stimulate public inter-
est in the work of the United
Jewish Appeal agencies.
Mr. Rockefeller, chairman of
the Community committee of
New York on behalf of the UJA.
will preside over the meeting.
In the Houses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
Friday evening services, 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services,
9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the "Weekly Portion of the
Law." Junior congregation, 10 a.m.
Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15
p.m. Young Judaea club meeting
for girls. 7 p.m. Saturday. AZA-
BBG-Bar Mitzva breakfast, 9 a.m.
Sunday foi boys arid girls over 13.
JBoy Scout troop meeting every
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
ing president; Mrs. Emanuel
Goldstrich. retiring chairman of
the board; Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
,w president; Mrs. Irving Beck-
er, new I" aid chairman. An Oneg
bat will follow the service.
Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. Can-
toi Kelemer will render the musi-
cal portion at all services. Wor-
shippers are urged to come early
and meditate in the Temple din-
ing the 15-muuite organ prelude
which precedes each service.
BEACH Y EXHIBITS
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instead of bidding up prices for
scarce goods with surplus cash.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. at 41sl St.. Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m.. will be dedicated as Sister-
hood Sabbath. Rabbi Kronish will
speak on "Adjusting to New
Wi rids." Sisterhood officers par-
ticipating in the services will be
Mrs. Charles S Tobin, honorary
president; Mrs. Leon J. Ell, ntir-
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
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
df elementary school age, 10 a.m.
Shalos Sudi S, 7:30 p.m. Rabbi
Mescheloff wil speak on the "Por-
tion of the Wok." Daily school,
3:30 till 7 p.m.
Beach Y members are exhibit-
ing their paintings at the Y this
month, Jack P. Marash, executive
director, announces.
Exhibitors include Celia Trau-
rig, Arnold Newman, Mrs. M. B.
Cirlin, Mrs. Lou Fleischman, Mrs.
Lawrence Sootin, Mrs. James
Siegendorf, Leo Huberman and
Mrs. Marash.
The paintings will be at the Y
till the end of the month.
Leon Kushner, pianist, will pre-
sent a concert of modern music
at the Y Monday evening as part
of the organization's "Little Con-
ceit" serits.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17lh Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamchei
Orthodox
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak
on "Appearances are Deceiving"
(propaganda analysis based on ch.
IV of the "Sayings of the Fath-
ers"). A reception in Kaplan hall,
sponsored by the Sisterhood, will
follow the services.
SpEfesai
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Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Conservative
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m.
Saturday. At 9:30 a.m., Edgar, son
of Mr. and Mis. Max Lewis, and
one of the outstanding pupils of
the Hebrew school, will become
Bar Mitzva He will read the en-
tire portion of law for this Sab-
bath. Students services, 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Fried-
man will officiate.
Freedom of speech dots not
moan careless talkl
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Kabalas Shabbos, 7:40 p.m.
Sabbath services, 9 a.m. Rabbi
Grauer will discuss the "Portion
of the Week." Shimshon group,
3:30 p.m., Cantor-Maftir group, 4
p.m. The rabbi will deliver a dis-
course on "The Ethics of the Fath-
ers"at 6 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15
p.m.
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1. SAVE AND SHARE WHEAT AND FAT
. Go light on foods that take wheat and shortening ... breads, macaroni, cakes, pies and pastries.
2. USE MORE OF THE PLENTIFUL FOODS
Balance diets with the more plentiful foods such as potatoes, fruits, vegetables, eggs, poultry and fish.
3. WASTE NOT, u< .mMmm .
Use and re-use your fats for cooking. Turn In ail used fats promoth/. They are needed to wake soaps and
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BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
231 nth Street Miami Beach
DIXIE CASH MARKET"
139 N. W. 14th Strt____________Miami
LANSILL'S FLOWERS
2937 Biscayne Boulevard Miami
KOCH WOOD WORKSHOP
2253 N. W. Firtt Avenue__________Miami
, KALER PRODUCECO.
]200 N. W. 22nd Strt____________Miami
at KAINBOW GARDENS
8 N. E. 79th Strt______________Miami
ni ALLAPATfAH BAKERY
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EGNER & MULCAHYTailors
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3Br VICTOR'S
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CHARLIE'S
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2195 N. W. 12lh Avenue__________Miami
JACKIE'S
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134 23rd Street___________ MhmwJJeach
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25 N. E. 17th Terrace M,ami
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175 N. W. 20th Street_____________Miami
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350 N. W. Eighth Avenue__________Ml*"^
SAM'S SILVER FLEET CABS
200 Coral Way Coral Gablea
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425 Ocean Drive Miami Beach
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603 Lincoln Road___________Miami Beach
Sylvan PaternO Upholstering
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FRIDAY. MAY
17.
Vs Oceanfront Camp to Open
June 17 With Varied Activities
For 100 Miami Beach children, June 17 will be a special oc-
casion. That's when the Beach Y will open it. home camp on
its oceanfront grounds at 1 Lincoln rd. lor another season ot
VariR%VsSSor the day camp is open to children of members
through June 1. according to Jack Marash, execuUve d.rec or
During June, non-members may enroll their children if the 100
limit has not been reached, he said.
Program of the camp, which will be under the direction of
Randy Polansky, Y activities and athletic director, will include
crafts, 'athletics, music, dancing,
HEBREW GROUP SETS
LAG B'OMER PARTY
singing, nature study, swimming,
dramatics, etc. A professionally
trained staff will supervise activi-
ties. Several staff positions are
still open, Marash reported.
Specially trained pre-school
teachers pre in charge of the
midget group for children be-
tween the ages of 4 and 6 years.
For boys and girls between 6 and
14, other age groups are ar-
ranged.
A medical staff of three or four
physicians will serve the camp,
which also has a visiting nurse
service. Luncheon menus are
scientifically prepared and ap-
proved by the doctors. Besides
the noon meal, cookies and milk
are served during the afternoon.
The camp will operate five days
a week from 9:30 a.m. till 4:30
p.m. through Aug. 23. Tuition
is S8 a week for members and $10 seniors,
a week for non-members.
Campers who register for the
full 10-week period will be given
a 5 per cent reduction if they
pay in advance, Marash an-
nounced. A 2 per cent reduction
will be extended for six weeks
advance payment. A minimum
period of two weeks' attendance
is required.
Co-chairmen of the Y's home
camp committee are Leo Huber-
man and Mrs. Carl Susskind.
Serving with them are Dr. M. B.
Cirlin, Mrs Philip Lefkowitz, Mrs
J. I>. Marash and Murray Gross-
man.
Robert Katims Wins
Four-Year Scholarship
Robert Katmis has been award-
ed the first annual four-year tui-
tion scholarship to theUnivi I
Of Miami by a local bottling firm
The 16-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Katims. 202 N.W
36th St., he had the highest scon
in a competitive examination
among Dade county high school
The examinations, given April
13, tested general high school
achievement and aptitude for
college study.
In conjunction with local cele-
bration of Hebrew Month, a Lag
B'Omer party will be held at the
home of V. Puchkoff, H30 S.W.
Ninth St., at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
Memb 01 toe Histadruth
I 'Tarbuth Ivrith and other He-
brew-spooking persons are invit-
ed ,,, attend. A holiday program
has l" i n arranged.
Additional observance of He-
brew Month will be held in local
Hebrew rchools where teachers
will devote a portion of class time
t0 an explanation of the impor-
tance of Hebrew, A. P. Cannes.
executive director of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, reports.
M klets on Hebrew Month will
be distributed and stamps bene-
fiting the national Histadruth IV-
nth will be sold to la lp for*'
Study of lb brew in America.
Local rabbis have been request-
ed by Gannes to deliver sermons
,, Hebrew culture in the period
between May 18 and June 6 which
has been set aside as Hebrew
Month.
Terry Fishman Wins
Y Award Second Time
A panel discussion
the Mothers f ThV* J
Can Do to Mold Be^
Tomorrow" wiU uTj^t
the election mcrtJJ** ,
Monday evening at tt
Participating
mes
be i*zsr**+<
Double honors went to* Miss
Terry Fishman Saturday evening
at the Beach Y's annual awards
program.
Miss Fishman received the
Kovod tor the second year and
accepted the Ted Hankoff award^
on behalf of the B'nai B'rith Girls/ \
of which she is president.
The Kovod is given to the youth
who has done most to further
youth group activities at the Y
and the Hankoff trophy goes to
the most cooperative chapter at
the V.
Mrs. Carl Susskind made the f
presentation of the Kovod, which m W|]
is in honor of her father, Mr. hood
Butenwig Lt. Hankoff presented!
the chapter award. In the absence
of George Bertman, Mrs. Milton
Sirkin presented the Bertman
,,|p foster Idrama trophy to Isabel Pugatsky,
president of the Jems chapter of
B'nai B'rith, which won the Y
dramatic contest this year.
Forum to Herald
Role of Moth
ers
discuss the qiiesUon-fi'
aspect of r(,ii(,ion.
Goodman, Zionism, and 1
Mass, community respond?
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
mpanied i Joseph ^
s"8s of mofl
LEGAL NOTICES
SOTICE is HKREBY GIVEN that
. _!:, d, d ing i" engage In
lhe fictitious name of
SANITARY PLCMB1NG CO at Ml
s W 4ti> Ave.. Intends to reglsti
. with the Clerk ol the Clri ult
,,i I >ade Count} Florida,
MORRIS FR1BDBERO,
Sole owner.
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SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:, rsigni d, declrlng to engagi In
-.- under the flctitioua name "t
PARADISE TRAVEL AGENCY, at
i, : c Ave., Miami Beac h. n-
I name with the
Clerk "f th< Circuit i""iirt oi DfUM
County, Ki' ........
s VML'EL PASTERNAK
JIM BERNFELD
HARRY D1ETZ,
Attoi s r Ap]
1-17-24
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un I' raUned, den ring to engage In
nder the flctitioua name "i
MIAMI CAMERA EXCHANGE, at .
Washington Avenue, Miami Beacli,
tei said name with tne
0f me C re ill Court "f Daoe
inty. Florida.
I'.AY ll BROWN, JR.
ISAM" JOFFS.
Attorney for Applicant.
i 26 5-3-10-17-24
Get tlu national thrift
Buy U.S. Savings Bonds.
habit.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe underpinned, desiring i" engage In
-- under the fictitious name "f
RO-ANN AITS al 929 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register
aid I ame w ith the Clei l> of th< Cin ull
Court ..f Dade County, Florida.
KII'.KN WASHERMAN
11.MIKY SMITH
El 'WARD II. LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicants.
:, 10-17-24-31 7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
mi business under the fictitious name
of LANGFORD VENETIAN BLIND
RECONDITIONING CO., al 600 S W
3rd Ave Miami, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the dr-
ill i hi i ,.f i tade 'ounty, Florida.
REN HE MALMCTH,
Sole Owner.
". 10-17-24-31 7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name <>t
SVRFSIDE QUALITY MARKET, at
9532 Harding Avenue, Surfslde, In-
tends t" register said name with the
Clerk of thi circuit Couit of Dade
County, Florida
ALBERT BARON,
Sole < iwner
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney t..i Applicant.
1-10-17-24
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
. ess in d< r the flctltloue name of
JBANETTES APPAREL SHOP. In
the City of Miami Beach, Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk ol the Circuit court. Dade
C0Un,y-jIk0NETTE PR1SAMENT.
121 Espanola \\av
Miami Beach, Florida.
MEYERS l. WEITZMAN,
Attorneys for Applicant,
(20 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida.
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BZB PLANS CARD PARTY
BZB girls of B'nai B'rith will
I | party Tuesday eve-
ning, May 28, at the Beth David
. according to Dorothy
Golden, resident.
Refreshments will be served.
Tickets ale 55 cents each and are
being sold by Miss Carol Arono-
V'itz and her committee.
Assisting the girls in arranging
the affair are Mrs. Jerome Freeh-
ling and Mrs. Sam Silver, chapter
sponsors.
LEGAL NOTICES
ACCOUNTANTS ELECT
New officers of the Southeast-
ern chapter, Florida Institute of
Accountants are Charles S. Rob-
erts, president: David Stuzin vice
president; Louis Gillman, secre-
tary; C. C. Morris, treasurer. They
were elected at the annual meet-
ing recently.
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-5860
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to encage
In business undei Ihe flctltloue name
of CLEMENT CARPET CO. i not Inc.)
it 2291 96 8 W. vth Street, Miami,
Fla., Intend to register said name
with th. Clerk ol the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CLEM MYERSON,
EDITH KIM.1'MAN MYERSON
ISAAC FOFFE,
Attoi in v for Applicants.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nanf of
RICHIE'S PHARMACY, al I860 N. W.
fth Ave., Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Cleric <(
the Circuit Court <'f Dade County,
Florida. ,.-,.,.
Sc il, J. LE\ ^ .
ELAINE LEVY.
husband and wife;
IS-1HOR F1NKEL.
ETT1E K1NKKL.
husband and wife.
HARRY ZlKlvRNICK.
Attorney for Applicant.
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
4/26 5-3-10-17
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hV,.lnesV umler the fictitious name of
HOMER L. HOUGH
,SAt5rnT.yFS2? Applicant.
6/10-17-24-11 6/7
S HEREBY GIVEN that
.^undersigned, desiring to engage in
"wlto- WNDEL SHERMAN.^
/! I/I-10-1T
SOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, il.>i> ini; to ,nc: l-.
business under the fictitious name of
BAY TERRACE APARTMENTS at
1995 Bay Drive, Sormand> Isle, Minim
Beach, Florida, intend to reglst<
itli the Ihe Clri ult
Cuurt of I 'ade i "oui Florida
LEO STEINMAN
SAMCEL POIJ.ACK
MAX R SILVER
Atti ney lor Appllc
\ 21 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
No. 17591
In Re: Estate of anna BCHATT-
MAIER, ills" known :iy MRS .1 (I
SCHATTMAIER, and also known as
ANNA REMLEY, deceased
NOTICE TO CHKDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personf Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against
Raid Estate:
You, and each bf you, are hereby
notified and required to preset *
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. iriav have ngalnsl thi
estate of ANNA SCHATTMAIER, also
known a MRS. J. c. SCHATTMAIER
and also known si \\\'\ REMLEY,
deceased, late of Pa^ Countv, Florida
to the HON. W. P. BLANTON, '",,,, ty
.ludge of Drde County, and file the
same in his office in the Countv Court-
lUTC in Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof Bald
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
he sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred s< .
Section 120 of the IMS Probate .V
Date April 24. A. D 1'Ufi
NORMA RUTH HARRISON
ROSENTHAL,
As Executrix of the T.ast Will and
Testament of ANNA SCHATT-
MAIER. also known as MRS .1 G
SCHATTMAIER. and also known
as ANNA REMLEY. Deceased.
MAX R SILVER.
Mtornev for Executrix.
4/26 n/3-10-lV
NOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und< ned, desiring to engage in
- under Ihe fictitious name of
PURITAN LEAN ERS AND LAUN-
DRY, at 1211 N, E Isl Avenue, Miami,
Fla intendi lo register said name
k of the 'ii i nil i 'mill of
Dadi County. Florida.
ROBERT S Bt'SLOW.
Sole owner.
HARi >LD s-ll VPIRl I,
Alton Apitlli ant,
927 I. In Road.
5/10-17-24 : S I
N< 'TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe tindi to ei gage in
Ihi fli tltious name of
WILLIAMS CltoCERV STORE, al
'46 n w .. i Avi Miami, Fla In-
snld numi with the
ill Court J Mil.
K id,i
M MIRY Hi HIERMAN
CHARLES FELDMAN
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notice is hereby given thai
I" l d, di kIi oi gage In
mdi Ihi -1. -it mis name of
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SEN IIS X Mian \ Mian
1 i name with
I r the Clri in i 'oui i of Dade
i' irida.
PHILIP liOI.DBERG,
AL LEVY,

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