The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNIT
21
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRinAV m.v o1 jgg
ier Sunday Will Aid
teal School Campaign
Hie event of the local drive to help build the Hebrew
Efldmab Medical School in Palestine will be a
Hm held at 7 p.m. Sunday at the National hotel. Mrs.
Sola Pool of New York, for four years national presi-
Vdassah, and now AeHadassah representative of the i State Q g
M.nnnf.ment committee of Palestine, will be quest *'*'"* *-"=P- Jay 5
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Action on Palestine Report
Awaits Arab, Jewish Talks
Management
ft Morris Goodman, campaign chairman, has an-
alestine doctors who arrived here last week will be
the dinner. They are Dr. Zosia Jachman and Dr.
Hella Maqierkiewicsz, relatives
of Joseph Richter, of Miami
Beach.
The dinner will benefit the four
million dollar national effort to
Inquiry Not Binding
Gives UJA
I Allocation
iditional $17,500 was
[the United Jewish Ap-
\t executive committee
Mion last week. This
I total 1946 allocation to
b Miami to S51T.500.
(itional grant represents
i of the $42,000 ox-
! $783,100 goal plcdg-
| recent Combined Jew-
campaign,
irutive committee also
ut 7 per cent of the
, aside for collection
overage, and that
ional go for campaign
The latter sum
1 to cover costs of ad-
| ne i i itated by
f the campaign and the
i fund-raising assistant
(iild up trades divisions
i drive. Disposition of
of the overage was
til! the end of the
ct to the Home for
Wing campaign, the
| committee re-empha-
tand that Federation
not build with
The committee, how-
Ifavorable to a tempo-
"ofc Home if the mem-
I Home agree to be per-
jfc at the end of two
[9 are able to pro-
^ to cover the loan in
(for the Aged diree-
|w meet last night to
^ Question.
'on Slates
Meeting
outers and directors
lhe 1946 Combined
5'campaign which
oximately $825,000,
n ll* annual meeting
'Miami JeWish Fed-
ihe'd Thursday eve-
IWa''onal hotel. The
* Preceded by a
!$ b<*n nominat-
.. < the prcsi.
' *>e past year's
cities win u
SiScS Morris
H, SCamPaign
"I the t CWI'h
N"*o\ *n and
pVi chare
*kiiAh0 affair
Wlth a dance.
build the first medical school in
Palestine-. The school will be
located on Mt. Scopus and will
be an extension of the present
Hebrew university and the Roths-
child-Hadassah University hos-
pital.
Mrs. Pool is a member of the
campaign board of the medical
school drive. She was born in
Palestine and although she was
brought to this country at an
early age she has always been
active in projects for Palestine.
She is the editor of Hadassah
News Letter.
Zionist Election
Set for June 16
fet*
^ **r on P. 4,
*r pas-
" Jew-
Local election of World Zionist
Congress delegates was tentative-
ly set for June 16 this week as
Zionists wound up their campaign
to sell Shekels in Greater Miami.
Today is the deadline for sale of
the ballots which entitle the pur-
chaser to vote for delegates.
In the absence of Harry Simon-
hoff local Shekel chairman, Bur-
nett Roth was appointed head of
Greater Miami Shekel activities.'
Roth said that ballots will be
sent here from the national head-
quarters in time for the elections.
Members of any Zionist organ-
izations leceive their Shekel as
part of their membership.
Simonhoff left Miami early this
week to attencTthe Zionist Emerg-
ency council meeting in Wash-
ington yesterday and the Ameri-
ean Jewish Congress, of which he
is a field representative, in New
York from May 29 to June 2.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be
ne of the main speakers at the
convention whose theme will be
the future of the Jewish people
m America, Europe and Pales-
time.
WASHINGTON, May 21 (JTA)
The Stale department today re-
leased the text of a memorandum
and letter sent to Jewish and Arab
organizations in this country in
which it asked for their views on
the report of the Anglo-Ameri-
can Committee of Inquiry on Pal-
estine, stressing that the report
was "advisory in character" and
"its recommendations are not
binding."
The organizations which re-
ceived tne letter and memoran-
dum from the department were
the American Zionist Emergency
Council, the American Jewish
Committee, the American Jewish
Conference, the American Coun-
cil for Judaism, the American
Jewish Congress, Agudas Israel of
America, the New Zionist Organi-
zation of America, the American
League for A Free Palestine and
the Institute for Arab American
Affairs, all of which testified at
the Washington hearings initiat-
ing the work of the Inquiry com-
mittee. In the letter, Dean Ache-
son, under secretary of state, as-
sured the recipients that their
views "will receive the close at-
tention ot this government."
American representatives in the
Near East, the department said,
were instructed to furnish copies
on May 20 of the committee's re-
port and of the memorandum to
the Jewish Agency, and the gov-
ernments of Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon,
Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan
and Yemen, also to the Arab
Higher committee and the League
of Arab States.
The Stnte department's letter
included ?. statement that:
"The interest of the United
States in the questions considered
in the r port is believed to be
legitimate and is based upon the
following:
"(a) Compassion for and a de-
sire to assist victims of Nazi and
Fascist persecution, both Jews
and non-Jews.
"(b) The fact that for a num-
ber of years American citizens
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Orovitz Outlines
JSSB Future
Group May Buy
Beach Hospital
Three new developments are
taking shape this week toward
the realization of the Mount Sinai
hospital for Greater Miami.
Plans for the iund-raising cam-
paign to finance the proposed
$2,000,000 institution will be made recommendations by June 20.
at the first organizational meet-
June 20 Deadline
Set for Answers
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Brit-
ish and American governments
have invited Jews and Arabs to
submit tneir views on the Anglo-
American Inquiry committee's
ing of the campaign planning
committee, called by Sam Blank,
acting ciiairman, for 3:30 this af-
ternoon in the Federation office.
A permanent committee chair-
man and a date for the campaign
will be selected at that time. Also
to be discussed is the relationship
of the hospital fund-raising drive
to Federation's annual campaign.
The hospital group is also
scheduled to make a decision to-
day on whether to buy the Alton
Road hospital, Miami Beach,
when it is released by the Navy
Initial "esponse to Jewish par-
ticipation in talks on implementa-
tion of the Anglo-American re-
port was unfavorable. Several
newspapers asserted that such
talks in themselves would be a
violation of the recommendations.
They also cited the fact that the
round-table conferences which
followed the report of the Peel
commission resulted in the issu-
ance of the White Paper.
Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency
in June. ~Jewish'doctors" on'Mi' fa rePrted eoi"g ahead with plans
ami Beach have urged the group
for absoiption of the 100,000 im-
to take over the present Naval
dispensary to alleviate the seri-
ous shortage of hospital beds in
the ai"ea.
The third major development,
appointment of a committee to
make a survey of local Jewish
hospital needs, is expected to be
announced next week. The ap-
pointments will come from Max
Orovitz, president of Federation,
which will make the survey.
Miami SOS Sends
First Shipment
Nine persons were elected to
three-year board memberships at
the annual meeting of the Jewish
Social Service bureau Tuesday
evening. They arc Mrs. Aaron
Farr, Mrs. Eva Plant, Mrs. Monte
Selig, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Irving
Frankel, Dr. Alex Libow, Dr. Ab-
raham Saffra, Elry Stone and
Carl Weinkle. Fred K. Shochet
was elcct-.'d to fill a one-year term
vacancy.
Three constitutional changes-
creation of a paid membership
program, setting up of a trust fund
and changing the title of execu-
tive secretary to executive direc-
torwere approved. The mem-
bership fee was set at two dollars
The future role of the JSSB was
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
First shipment of Supplies for
Overseas Survivors collected in
the local SOS drive left Miami
this week under the direction of
Mrs. Monte Selig, over-all chair-
man of the drive.
The supplies were sent to Mt.
Vernon, N. Y., where the Joint
Distribution committee, which
sponsors the drive nationally, will
process them for overseas deliv-
ery. Included in the shipment
was food, clothing, medical sup-
plies and comfort articles.
Mrs. Jack Falk, chairman of the
Miami Beach branch of the drive,
emphasized that articles collected
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
migrants whose immediate trans-
fer from Europe was recommend-
ed by the Inquiry committee. The
plans include provisions for
housing and employment. New
housing to accommodate the im-
migrants will cost about thirty to
forty million dollars, it is esti-
mated. A new reception camp
for the immigrants has already
been established near Hadera. At
present, it is occupied by 600 pas-
sengers from the Fede and Fenice
who arrived in Haifa earlier this
week.
Addressing a meeting Tuesday
of the Small Zionist Actions com-
mittee, called to discuss the notes
submitted to the Jewish Agency
Monday by the British and
American governments, Dr. Chaim
Weizmann declared that the re-
port of the Anglo-American In-
quiry committee offers no solu-
tion of the Palestine problem.
He added, however, that if the
recommendations for immediate
admittance of 100,000 Jews from
Europe and removal of the land
restrictions were carried out, it
would open the door to renewed
efforts by Jews to develop the
country. At the same time, he
urged that the time and place
of the Wcrld Zionist Congress
which is scheduled to open here
on Aug. 7be changed.
Smathers to Share Platform with Arnall
QOV. ELLIS ARNALL
Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia
will be introduced by George
Smathers, Fourth district congres-
sional nominee, when he speaks
at Temple Israel, 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day under the auspices of the
Temple Men's club. Smathers
will also serve as moderator in
the forun. following Arnall's talk,
which will be the last in this sea-
son's Town Hall series, Herbert
U. FeibelmaiL co-chairman, has
announced.
A constant champion of the lib-
eral cause in the South, Gov. Ar-
nall has recently been in the news
for his fight against the Ku KIjx
Klan. His lecture topic Tuesday
will be "The Shore Dimly Seen,"
title of his book which is to be
published soon.
Circuit Judge Ross Williams, a
personal friend of Arnall's, will
be a guest at the meeting.
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By ELSIE KRONENFELD
Little Cornelia Turk, daugh-
ter of the Harold Turks, accom-
panied her grandmother, Mrs.
S. W. Wohlstadter, back to
Brooklyn this week ior a short
stay in the North. Mrs. Wohl-
stadter had been visiting her
son-in-law and daughter here
for the past several weeks. Mr.
Turk's brother and sister-in-
law, the Jack C. Turks, of Mt.
Kisco and New York city, also
returned North this week after
vacationing at the Ritz-Carlton.
Mr. Herman Slepian and
daughter, Elaine, of 2558 S. W.
20th st., will leave next week
for a month's vacation in New
York city, Buffalo, Niagara Falls
and Canada. A student at the
University of Miami majoring
in art, Elaine won a ribbon in
the university horse show Fri-
day night and third place for
the university class. She also
won first place in the Miami
Senior High poster contest ior
the senior class before gradu-
ating in January. Her brother,
Ensign LeRoy A. Rubenstein,
plans to enter the university in
June, now that he is home from
the Pacific on terminal leave.
While stationed in Yokohama,
he was ;n charge of the port
director's, office. A graduate of
Miami High, he was attending
the Univeisity of Florida at the
time of his enlistment .
As ona of a series of events,
Mr. Nat H. Hankoff entertained
40 guests for luncheon and
bridge last week at the Cadillac
hotel .
An air trip to Los Angeles,
Chicago, Hot Spiings and New
York is trie Mother's Day pres-
ent which Mrs. Ida Optner re-
ceived from her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Simpson, New York. Mrs. Opt-
ner will leave Miami next Fri-
day and will spend two weeks
in Los Angeles with her bro-
ther, Arthur E. Optner, and his
daughter, Joan. From there,
she will visit her brother and ,
sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
B. Optner, in Chicago. She
will spend a month in Hot
Springs end another two weeks
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weiner
entertained at a housewaiming
in their new home, 1770 S. W.
21st St., Sunday evening. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Gitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam .
Wieder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Roth, Mi. and Mrs. Arty Bress-,
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kaplan,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann
and Sol Kruetzberg .
In honor of their young
grandson. Richard Elwyn Wei-
iner, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown
kept open house Sunday after-
noon. Richard is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner,
1885 S. W. Seventh st. .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levy
and son, Lennie, from Newark,
Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Levy's
mother, Mrs. Philip Stone, and
her sister, Mis. Betty Alpert,
11624 S. W. 20th st. They are
stopping at the Poinciana hotel
. Mrs Gertrude Covner, 400
S. W. Ninth ave., will leave |
i early in June for Cleveland, [
' where she will visit her son, j
Irving Zimet. Irving is to be
graduated from Western Re-j
serve. He served in the Army
three years and was overseas
for 18 months ... Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Waltzen plan to take a
Northern vacation June 1 j
Planning to enter the Univer-'
sity of Miami is Murray Bast, I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. !
Bast, 1101 N. Venetian way,!
who was recently discharged
from the Army after 26 months' .
service. Overseas 19 months, I
he held the rank of T-5 and
served in the Aleutians and
Alaska .
Mrs. Nathan Rosenberg and
children, Joan, Barbara and
Alvin, of Miami, are leaving
shortly for an extended visit to
New York and Long Island .
Sidney Meyer is in New York
for a short stay.
Connecticut Couple
Marry at Beach
Mrs. Anna Bashow, (if New
Haven, and Aaron Morduchay, 6f
Bridal port. Conn., were married
by Rabbi Musis Meschelofl in
his study Sunday afternoon.
The couple, who met here last
year, will reside at 532 Michigan
ave. Mr. Morduchay is a retired
furniture dealer.
Miss Cromer to be June Bride
, t,,n brides >l. n is Miss Florence Toby Cromer, who
JTIuZ t! itm D. Wolf, jr., on the last day of the "wed-
,, month at the Versailles hotel. > .
Announcement of the engagement was made by Miss Cromer s
mother, Mrs. Dan-
iel Cromer, 432 N.
E. 26th ter., at a re-
ception Sunday.
Miss Cromer left
Wednesday to
spend a week with
h t r fiance's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin D. Wolf, in
Fox Chapel, Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
A native of Miami
and a graduate of
Miami High school,
she will receive her
degree from the
University of Miami
May 31.
Mr. Wolf attend-
ed Raymon Riordon
school in Hiland, N.
Y., and was gradu-
ated from Lehigh
university in 1940.
He was a member
of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity there.
II, served four and one-half years in the Navy and was on duty
in the Atlantic and Pacific. He held the rank of lieutenant com-
mander.
The couple wil reside in Pittsburgh after their marriage.
At the reception Sunday, Mrs. Cromer was assisted by her
daughter, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot; her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lionel Cas-
sell, and Miss Lucille Schatzberg.
Miss Hertz
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725 Majorca ave rv.,1
r11 "SSI
Earl Wi!liams> 7-30
at Temple lsrad *'
Appelbaum officiai8
Miss Hertz mc.ther|
Richmond naval airZL
she was one of the ,~?l
be employed as m
secretary. She is a Lj
Ponce de Loon High SI
Pvt. Williams a^J
uelC. w.lliamsandfef
Williams, of Latrobe
the couple will make't
He recently returned ta
than two years' duty.
first marine division i|
cafic.
Miss Rhnda Polak i
of honor for Miss m
Walter C. Williams of,
will be ben man for hl
His wife will keep u
book at the reception/!
to follow the ceremonjl
Ian hall.
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c. king Is the Ai.i.-i-'i,.iTMDA candidate for Railroad Com-
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ii the lir-i qualified man for this lmix>rtant office.
C. KING will l- grateful for your vote and contlsued support.
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24, 1946
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PAGE THREB
AJC
,ses Slate
, 7~ r* division of the
Bcial meeting Wed-
I, .hose Mrs. George
% Idney S.epkin
J r skmd, Mrs. Charles
BIS Joseph Boen-
lvice presidents.
I ficers are Mrs. Morns
larding secretary;
Lv Alderman, corre-
Lai secretary; Mrs. Lee
Jrer; Mrs. Milton Wei-
Itor. ,
Lee chairmen for next
Tbe Mrs. 1. M. WYinstein,
[Mrs Meyer Schwartz,
Lian; Mrs.SadyeRc.se,
Ln of European chil-
L L. Curtice, publicity,
Lind, membership,
hiembers arc the Mes-
L Plant, Harry Ohphant,
fcse Sidney Lewis, Lu-
Ciienstatter, Maurice
t Isidor Cohen, Albert
fj3 Commander, Frank
[a Miller, I. L. Kussner,
Jh, Hannah Hnnijl. Harry
and David Sirm. r.
V of cultural meetings
j planned for the fall.
WILL SUPPORT
; FOOD DRIVE
l>;opark will bo the scene
| benefiting the UNNRA
Vj food collection for
l relief Monday evening,
! to Mrs. Muriel Hirsch,
Itach chairman. Admis-
1 be $1 and one or more
pod.
professional talent
i professional bands will
I the entertainment. Jack
I Francis P. Locke and
urtgorr.ery. local newspa*
Jare scheduled to -pi ak.
Jcanned food and money
Be other foods are being
pins for food have been
schools, religious in-
I and markets. Cash or
Btributions may be sent
lAdeeb. cochairman with
Pth, at 550 Alton rd.
jMeded foods ;ire con-
Inaporated or dried milk,
ft fish, peanut butter.
'ns, soups, stews, hon-
Ubles, vegetable and fruit
W baby foods.
SMATHERS TO GIVE
VIEWS ON PALESTINE
A congressman's view on Pales-
tine will be given by George
Smathers, newly nominated rep-
resentative of Florida's fourth dis-
trict, at the in-
stallation lunch-
eon to be held by
the Miami Ha-
d a s s a h group
Monday at the
San Juan restau-
rant.
Mrs. Joel Be-
lov, retiring
chairman, will
install Mrs. Jos.
Carp, president,
and the rest of
the officers. Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man will serve as toastmistress.
Chairman of arrangements for
the luncheon is Mrs. J. Martin
Fishman.
Contest Ends Tonight,
Fla. May Get Camp
Midnight tonight is the dead-
line for entries in the Brandeis
camp institute essay contest spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Zion-
ist Youth commission.
Prizes for the best essays on
"What is the Responsibility of
American Jewish Youth to Pales-
tine" will be two four-week schol-
arships to the camp in Winter-
dale, Pa. Entries should be ad-
dressed to the Bureau of Jewish
Education, 318 Congress bldg.
Florida is now being consider-
jed as a possible site for a second
Brandeis camp to be established
by the Zionist Organization of
America this summer, Jack D.
Burris, acting president of the
Beach Zionist district, has re-
ported.
Louis Levine, winter resident of
Miami Beach, and Frank Garson,
of Atlanta have contributed $15,-
000 each for the new camp.
Directors to Attend
Social Work Meeting
Pie that aspires to a dig-
JWer.ce must create a
l*Nh its nun hands and
|'ith its own .seal."
Ch. N. Biahk
Four executive directors of lo-
cal Jewish agencies will attend
the convention of the National
Conference of Jewish Social
Workers when it meets in Atlan-
tic City this weekend.
They a-e Morris Klass, of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion: Charles Cohen, Jewish So-
cial Service bureau; A. P. Cannes,
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
Jack P. Marash, Beach Y.
The National Council for Jew-
ish Education and the National
Association of Jewish Center
Workers will also hold sessions
this weekend in Atlantic City.
Miami Sends
Large Delegation
To District Parley
Thirty-four official convention
delegates from Greater Miami
leave tomorrow to attend the
70th convention of district grand
lodge no. 5 of B'nai B'rith to be
held in Baltimore May 2628.
Highlights of the convention '
will include an address by Henry
Monsky, national president of j
B'nai 3'rith; Dr. Curly Bvrd,
president of the University of
Maryland; Dr. Abram L. Sacher.
national director of B'nai B'rith
Hillel foundations and Youth or-
ganizations, and Arnold Forster,
national director of fact-finding
of the Anti-Defamation league of
B'nai B'lith.
Symposiums on "Hillel Founda- ,
tion in Post-War" and an Anti-
Defamation panel, with George J.
Talianoff, ADL director for Flor-
ida participating, are included in
the well-rounded convention
agenda.
Leading the delegates from the
Miami area will be Louis Hei-
man, second vice president of the
fifth district, who is expected to
be installed as first vice president.
Other delegates are:
Representing Miami lodge no.
1024: Ado Aronovitz, Alex S.
Cohen, Ben Essen, Marx Fein-
]berg, Milton Friedman, William
|r r i e d n a n, Lou Heiman,
Charles R. Jacobson, John Kron-
cnfeld, Sam B. Miller, E. Albeit
Pallot. David Rayvis, Harry
Schwartz. Fred K. Shochet, Sam
Silver, Max R. Silver, Philip Wal-
lach, Rabbi Albert Michels and
Ike Levin.
Representing Miami Beach
lodge no. 1591: Daniel M. Broad,
George J. Bertman, Jack August,
Dave Emmer, Harold Turk, Sol
Goldstrom, Montague Rosenberg,
George J. Taianoff, Max Singer
and Bernard S. Fciner.
Also planning to attend are
Mrs. Levin, Mrs. Kronenfeld, Mrs.
Pallot, Mrs. Turk, Mrs. Max Katz,
Mrs. A. Seidler and Mrs. Benja-
min Landau.
A special car has been reserv-
ed on the Seaboard railroad for
the delegates.
BBG QUEENS CHOSEN
Six B'rni B'rith girls were hon-
ored for their work in their or-
ganizations at the annual corona-
tion held Sunday evening.
Those chosen as queens and I
presentated with B'nai B'rith pen-
dants were Roberta Grossman, of
the Winx chapter; Donna Feld- [
man, ALS; Florence Browner,
Jems; Beryle Axlrod, DBG; Gloria
Liohtenstein BBG, and Rosalind
Morris, BZB.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle presided and
was presented with a gift by the
advisers of the various groups in
appreciation for work with the
girls.
Presentation of the queens was
made by Evelyn Wild, Mildred .
Zalka, Hadassah Land, Sheila
Ludwig, Terry Fishman and Dor- '
othy Goiden.
Flower Day Postponed
In order not to conflict with
local poppy day sales, Palestine
Flower day, scheduled for Sun-
day, has been postponed until
Sunday, June 2. Isaac Goldberg,
of Miami Beach, is chairman of
the sales which will benefit the
Jewish National Fund. Local
Zionist organizations will partici-
pate in the sales.
TO HONOR CELLIST
Service League Renames
Mrs. George Chertkof
Leonard Rose, first cellist with
the New York Philharmonic or-
chestra, will be honored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
chorus at a reception June 4 in
Beth David auditorium.
Admission will be by invitation
only. Presidents of local Jewish
organizations are being asked to
attend.
Mrs. George Chertkof was re-
named president of the Miami
Service league at a recent meet-
ing.
Elected with her were Mrs. M.
Koven, honorary president; Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, first vice president;
Mrs. Norman Weisman, second
vice president; Mrs. Freda Levine,
secretary; Mrs. William Wein-
traub, treasurer, and Mrs. Jack
Stone, corresponding secretary.
Next meeting of the league will
bo held 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Miami Y. The installation lunch-
eon, planned for early June, has
been postponed indefinitely.
Summer Course Planned
Teen-agers over 14 may regis-
ter for a summer course in con-
versation;! Hebrew at the Bureau
of Jewish Education, 318 Congress
bldg.
Only prerequisite for the
course, which will be held from
June through August, is a read-
I ing knowledge of Hebrew.
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ceremony Sunday at the Strath-
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'Zionists Won't Sell Souls for
100,000 Certificates'-Rothenberg
The Anglo-American Inquiry
report was termed a "great dis-
appointment" by Judge Morris
Rothenberg, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund, at a Zionist
mass meeting Tuesday night.
Judge Rothenberg said that the
report does not offer a funda-
mental eclution to the Jewish
problem, which he feels can only
be solved by the establishment of
a Jewish Commonwealth.
"The Zionist movement will
never sell its soul for 100.000
certificates," he declared, refer-
ring to the fact that while the
report grants immigration certifi-
cates for Jews to enter Palestine,
it negates the idea of a Jewish
Commonwealth.
Despite his disappointment over
the report, he said there is no
right for discouragement on the
part of Zionists.
"We have had to struggle from
the beginning and we shall con-
tinue to struggle for our ideals,"
he said. "When the Jews be-
come the majority in Palestine
they will decide for themselves to
have a Commonwealth."
Judge Rothenberg emphasized
the importance of the Hagganah
Jewish defense unit, in the pres
ent situation in Palestine.
He estimated that between 12
and 15 mi'lion dollars will be sent
tional Fund golden book certifi-
oates were presented to Ben Ap-
OROVITZ OUTLINES
JSSB FUTURE^
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
outlined by Max Orovite, presi-
den, of Federation, who was
-uesl speaker. Orovitz empha-
sized the extension work that the
oel Charles Bender, Jacob Fish- family agency will be doing in
man S A. Goodman, fsadore connection with the Home for the
C^dberg, San, Lachman, Oscar Aged, Jgjta- *-. .~
Lelchuk, Rabbi living Lehrman, ^
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lessowoder, Max
Meisel, Louis MiHer and Philip
Salmon, for their work in the
Zionist movement. Abe Good-
man, national treasurer of the
Zionist organization, made the
presentations.
STATE DEPARTMENT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
have been contributing substantial
assistance to the upbuilding of the
Jewish national home in Pales-
tine, and that there is every rea-
son to expect that their interest
will continue.
"(c) The deep interest which
the American government and its
citizens nave in maintaining and
promoting mutually beni
He said that JSSB would be
one of the most important agen-
cies in the community because of
its work with the individual prob-
lems of people as well BS its ser-
vice to other fields such as those
j mentioned above.
Orovitz, however, stressed the
ity for Hue.' chan
1. Handling of major relief
needs of Jewish persons by pub-
lic agencies.
2. Development and improve-
ment of the JSSB professional
staff.
3. Strengthening of the board
membership and general mem-
bership in order to secure com-
munity interest for the agency.
Orovitz mentioned that JSSB
mil Federation are discussing the
advisability of setting up an in-
MIAMI SOS SENDS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
in the SOS campaign are sent ex-
clusively to Jewish persons over-
seas.
Referring to the other drives
for food and clothing now being
held, Mrs. Falk said "we are not
trying to compete with each
other, but to round out the relief
picture."
Mrs. Falk commended the Miz-
rachi women, under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Joseph Brenner, and
the Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion, cluo No. 2, under Mrs. Lena
Mintzes, for their work in pre-
paring tiie articles for shipment.
Miamiar.s who wish to have
their contributions picked up
should call Mrs. Nathan Davidow,
motor corps chairman, at 48-5003,
or Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chair-
man, at 4 7736. For Miami Beach
pickups, the SOS number is
3-5411.
MAY
Spino2aF^j
Concluding ~7T
SP-n-za forum 5fh
day afternoon an *J
f, ^ the home 1M
Wolfson. 1059 CoCj
r An>-'ing Can
George Papashriviy,"
viewed by Edward CU
P.m. tomorrow. At 8 M
day a symposium 0,
be held by SamuelV
author and lecturer 1
.iianoka and Dr. V s
First Immigrant]
raw yomTotah
dred and seventy-sevea i
Jews from Europe arri
this week aboard the,
troopship Marine Flash
nine-day trip from Gen
are the first immigran
admitted under PreskJ
man's directive facilitati
gration of displaced i
and hamonlous relations between dent agency ,xtond frec
he United States and he coun- ^ ^ businessmen.
_ tries o the Near Last in the 0ff. of JSSB ,md lrust(VS
political field, m education and
other cultural
and in economic development.
of the agency's Baron do Hirsch
other_cultmal activities. in trad ^ ^ *m ^ ^^ at a
in the middle of
to Palestine this year by the Jew-1 "(d) The value placed by tin
ish National Fund to buy land i United States upon the contribu-
tor the Jews there. Itions which the Near Eastern
The failure to understand the countries have made and will
importance of getting land in Pal- Idoubtlos.- continue to make to the
estine through the JNF as quickly cause of world peace and pros-
as possible was the greatest fall- perity an.-* to the upbuilding and
ure of the Zionists in the last I effectiveness of the internatiorfil
At the meeting, Jewish Na- organization created for these
decade, he stated. purposes."
b tard meeting
June.
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WAKEFUL NIGHTS how the time drags!
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Three officers were reflected !
by the board of the Bureau of |
Jewish Education last Thursday
:;ight. They are Louis Heiman,
president; Max Meisel, treasurer,
and Mrs. Maurice Sager, secre-
tary. Also i lected was Leon Kap-
lan, vice president.
Peters Asks Re-Election
C. W. Peters, candidate for re-
election to the state legislature,
was chairman of the legislative
committee on oil and natural gas
i in the 1945 session,
He was an avid fighter for the
Port Authority act and introduced
bills passed at the 1943 and 1945
Si SSions appropriating. $25,000 to
keep thi Everglades .National
park project alive.
Peters has consistently fought
for increased salaries to school
teachers, increased old-age hene-
tits and acts benefiting veterans.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the umli i a. (lesli ing to ngaffe in
bURlm-sH urn the I tltlous name of
MARC ABBOTT, LTD :.i 315 Mlrarle
Sslli Coral i; bleu, Intend to reKiater
me w Ith thi Clerk of ih.- Cir-
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pNAI B'RITH NOTES
*Jelslinuridkuj
PAGE FIVE
This
dge
rHARLES B. JACOBSON. Executive Secretary
By inerary (?) comer will be reserved for Sholem
and mumble, with accent on B.B. personalities
mutter
We hereby serve notice that the innocent
,ho maKe nhove stands for noble, honest journalism and
yim nar > -** ?,.. ~ i._____:_ .i_.
ithec
l0USe?).|,it the politicos have
rfictim nQme jts y^ the hindmost. (Is there a lawyer in the
het the aevn >
Dan Satin
tollliv be seeing
^n He states there are over
i t^ns'citations to be pre-
k%toour returned B.B.'s. but
""toSuTlads just won t come
B!Srn them- (Note to Vets:
o your family can pick up
'i framed citationsJn the BA
[fire.
330 Seybold bldg.. Come
wl get 'em.) y w,
The 3B.G.'s and B.B.Y.W. s
ti loads of fun and entertain-
t for delegates at their c.
on June 23, 24 and 25 at the
tetsyRoss hotel on the Beach.
iairman. and a terrifically ener-
jetie girl she ii
eiehtseei iiu uaivj
with all
is convention city
terrifically ener-
Says boat rides,
icing, sightseeing and banquet
te on the program,
BBG chapters cooperating in
arrangements. Want more
Information? Call Miss Gertrude
Cmovsky. director of girls
Coups, at 3-6306.
Lou S'ithn. picnic chairman,
sports that NYLONS will go to
he ladies who win races, at
Hatheson Hammock, on Sunday,
[June 23. Come and bring the
kiddies:
Committee chairmen for the
hindig are Nat Horowitz, Milt
Klein. Iki Levin, Ben Essen, food
md drinks; Milt Friedman, cap-
lain of s-ftball team, and Marx
feinberg and Al Sherman, sports
and games; Morton Moses and
Gulkis, prizes; Ben Essen,
isportation: Sol (Mickey) Finn,
Charlie Jacobson and Lou
leitlin. publicity; Dina Goldman
tnd Tillie RosenthaL luncheon
pnmittee; Walter Kovner, Beach
idge commit-.' i
Watcn for the Sholem lodge
abana party in July. It'll be the
icial talk of the town.
|ATTENDS CONVENTION
Mrs. WUliam Hyman of Miami
"ach left Sunday to attend a
Kfflventnn of district grand lodge
fa 2, B'nai B'rith. in St. Louis.
pis a membei of the women's
ppremo council of the order.
Charles R. Jacobson, recently
named executive secretary of
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, this
week begins authorship of the
B'nai B'iith Briefs column for
the Jewish Floridian.
Social Season to End
With Party Sunday
The congregation and Sister-
hood of Beth David will hold a
social evening at 8 p.m. Sunday
m the synagogue's auditorium.
The affair will be the "grand
finale" 0f the groups' social sea-
son.
Cards, mah jongg and refresh-
ments will be featured during the
evening. Tickets may be reserved
with Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, gen-
eral chairman, by calling 2-6893.
SHOLEM TO CHOOSE
BEST GOLFER
Best golfer of B'nai B'rith Shol-
em lodge will be selected in a
tournament to be held in the near
future under the direction of
Jack Abbott and Dave Catsman,
who have been appointed coehair-
men of the lodge's new golfing
and summer sports committee.
Weekly foursomes are now be-
ing arranged by the committee.
Practice sessions and the tourna-
ment will be held at the Bayshore
Golf club, Miami Beach.
Emma Lazarus Chapter
Sends Delegates
Two representatives of the Em-
ma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will attend the B'nai
B'rith fifth district convention to
be held in Baltimore May 26-8.
Dolly Pont, president, and Vera
Schneider will carry to the con-
vention a complete report of the
many activities conducted during
the past year by the chapter.
Highlights of this report include
the chapter's participation in
serving Sunday morning break-
fasts to servicemen, maintenance
of a day room at the Nautilus hos-
pital while it was occupied by
the Army and assisting in various
community drives.
The chapter is currently assist-
ing in the collection of clothing
for displaced children in foreign
lands. Miss Edith Polansky, chair-
man of the drive, has asked mem-
bers to bring an article of usable
clothing to the next meeting, 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y.
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To Edit Legion History
The state American Legion au-
thorized the publication of a his-
tory of the Florida department
and appointed Herbert U. Fei-
belman its editor at the conven-
tion in West Palm Beach last
weekend.
Feibelman has been department
historian for some years and was
just reelected for a new term.
Kadimak Elects
Mrs. A. Berson
Mrs. Albert Berson has been
elected president of the Kadimah
chapter, English speaking branch
of the Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion for Palestine.
Other new officers who will as-
sist her are Mrs. Norman Jacobs,
vice president; Mrs. Helen Isaac-
son, recording secretary; Mrs. Es-
telle Beigle, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs Samuel Siegel, finan-
cial secretary, and Mrs. Hyman
Sootin, treasurer.
Elected to the board of direc-
tors were Mrs. Harry Faber, who
is honorary president; Mrs. Celia
Segal, last year's president; and
Mrs. Edith Weinstein, Mrs. David
Washer and Mrs. Maurice Coul-
ton.
Appointed committee chairmen
were Mrs. Tillie Sandier, mem-
bership; Mrs. Etta Courtman and
Mrs. Rose Melinson, child rescue
fund; Mrs. Robert E. Miller, Jew-
ish National Fund; Mrs. William
Berson, Moatzath Hapoaloth; Mrs.
Louis Margulies, publicity and
Mrs. Max Shapiro, cultural.
Meetings are held the second
Thursday of each month.
JACOBSON APPOINTS
Y DRIVE CAPTAINS
A series of social events was
planned by the Miami Y member-
ship committee at a meeting Sun-
day morning. Henry Jacobson,
chairman of the drive for 500 new
members, appointed the follow-
ing to serve as captains in the
campaign:
Eugene J. Weiss, Leon Kaplan,
Teddy Sakowitz, Seymour Simon,
Abe S. Goldman, Ben Essen, Alex
S. Cohen and Mrs. Minna Lavine.
Youth group captains will be
Joe Reisman, Sheila Ludwig and
Charles Zalis.
The Y now has a membership
of 1600 persons of all ages. Thirty
groups are affiliated with the or-
ganization.
The Nation's Herald of a
New Liberalism in the South
TOWN HALL
It Proud to Announce
THE HONORABLE
Ellis Arnall
GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA
who will deliver a masterly
address at
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
TUESDAY. MAY 28
8:15 P. M
Subject:
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Educational and Musical
Program
ON THE 30th ANNIVERSARY
OF THE DEATH OF
SHOLOM ALEICHEM
LecturerM. HOLTMAN
Selections from Writings of
SHOLOM ALEICHEM
by MAURICE CARROLL
and H. AZER
Violin and Piano Team
The
BROTHERS TURKTEWICZ
JEWISH FOLK CHORUS
Under Direction of
Mi. Louis Powesky
Sunday. May 26 8 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC
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SUZANNE C SHEARER, Owner-Director
Re-elect Incumbent
C. W. PETERS
to
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(Group Three)
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RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor__________
VOLUME 18 i NUMBER 21
Miami 18. Florida. Friday, May 24, 1946 ___
IYAR 23. 5706
ANSWERS WANTED FAST!
The news that the Ku Klux Klan is active again cannot be
accepted quietly-by Jews. This is a different Klan from the
one which rode in the night after the last war. That Klan was
against Catholics, Jews and Negroes. The present Klan is
against Negroes. Jews and labor.
In the warped thinking of those who smear labor with
"communism," and to whom "Jew" and "communist" are syn-
onymous, the fight against labor and the intimidation of Jews
are identical. Yet it is too na"ve to expert that the drive against
labor and the use of the technique against the Jew -which
Hitler had shown could be used with qreat successare the
mere products of chance. The Klan has been revived in Florida,
Alabama and attempted in California. This does not look 1'ke
chance. It looks like a plan.
The flowering, or the nipping in the bud, of the Klan will
be the test-case of the Jewish Defense Agencies on which Ameri-
can Jewry has placed its reliance. If the Defense Agencies
can, with the cooperation of other non-Jewish agencies, succeed
in curbing the Klan, then we shall feel 'hat they have proven
their worth. If they do not, then the sooner we drastically
revamp our whole approach to the problem of fighting anti-
Semitism, the better off we will be. What new form the offen-
sive should take may not be clear now, but we shall have to
find a way.
In the meantime, the American Jewish public is entitled to
know the following, if there are answers to these questions:
1. Is any segment of the American public reviving and
backing the Klan for its own advantage?
2. What are the broad outlines of th fight that our Defense
Agencies expect to wage so that we may have assurance that
the 1920s will not be repeated in the 1940's?
3. What are the attitudes to the Klan of our elected officials
and representatives on the local, state and national levels?
If we can get these answers, then we shall emerge from
the shadow-boxing stage of our fight against the Klan.
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegriphic Agency, Inc.
99
CONGRESS NOTES:
The controversy over whether
the World Zionist Congress should
be postponed took a new turn the visas.
vention bv the State department,
which invoked commercial treat-
ies, finally forced Egypt to issue
following David Ben Gurion's ar-
rival in the United States .
Ben Gurion told the leaders of all
Zionist groups here that it is im-
perative that the congress take
place under all circumstances,
and no place but Palestine .
He advised them not to harbor
any illusions that the congress
will not open on Aug. 7, as sched-
uled.
Leaders of the U. S. Zionist
movement will, therefore, meet
It can be revealed that Ben
Gurion's visit to this country is
to impress upon Washington
the possibility of civil war in
Palestine, if no immediate ac-
tion is taken to admit 100.000
Jews from Europe Ben
Gurion and other members of
the Jewish Agency have a really
hard job on their hands keep-
ing the Yishuv's temper under
control.
Any sabotage by Britain of the
Face Facts
George J. TalianoK
Florida Director, ADL
(Public Schools and Religion
continue from last k):
The end of the war has brought
a marked increase in the activi-
ty of wvivallsta and convcrsion-
ists in this state. These individuals
do not have as their conscious
purpose the spreading of group
suspicion, hatreds, or anti-Semit-
ism. They wish to ".save souls
and feel ihey can 'save" the Jews
bv converting them. They, how-
ever, give no thought to the effect
then activities have upon the
total community; the fact that
their activities cause tensions in
the community and result in dis-
unity and disharmony.
By way of illustration, a rene-
gade, self-styled, converted Jew
last week preached his message
in the public schools of Orlando.
A revivalist of the fire and brim-
stone variety, this Hebrew-Chris-
tian rendered a fiery religious
sermon in the assemblies of the
public schools, at the conclusion
of which he asked all the students
who believed in Jesus Christ to
stand.
The psychological effect of this
experience on the minds of the
young students of religious beliefs
different from that of the preach-
er can will be imagined. As a re-
sult of this preacher's activities
in the public tax-supported
schools, a number of distressing
incidents occurred. One little girl
said to a Jewish playmate, "I
hate you." The other little girl
asked "Why?" The first little girl
said, "Because you killed our
Lord." The Jewish child pointed
out how small she was and that
she was incapable of killing any-
one.
Wc are unequivocally in favor
of increased religious instruction,
but without encroaching upon the
democratic principle of separation
of Church and State. Inherent in
our federal Constitution is this
American principle which pro-
vides for the disestablishment of
religion from our public schools.
The teaching of religion shoud be
encouraged by all denominational
groups, but such teachings must
take place in the church or re-
ligious facilities provided by the
individual religious group in ac-
cordance with American democra-
tic principles. We have full sym-
pathy for religious education, but
we conscientiously oppose the use
of school property or school time,
or public tax-supported facilities
for this noble, but sectarian, pur-
pose.
This is not a Jewish problem,
but one that concerns every ele- !
ment in our community that has '
at heart the lessening of tensions,
the creation of unity, and the gen-
eral welfare and progress of the
community.
within the next 10 days to decide recommendation of the Anglo-
on transportation facilities for the American Inquiry committee for
American delegates About 300'the admission of "the 100,000 Jews
delegates will have to be elected | will leave the Jewish Agency
... It is assumed that more powerless Action by the Jew-
than 100 of them will be Pales- i ish resistance movement against
tinians, a similar number of dele- the British will then flare up to
gates will come from the United unprecedented heights And
States, and the remainder will that is what Ben Gurion fears
come from European, Latin- most.
American and African countries The State department is report-
... The American delegates will, ed to feel that Jews and Arabs
of course, include the Hadassah can still get together on the rec-
reprcsentatives. ommendations of the Inquiry
Transportation of the American committee For this reason the
delegates presents certain diffi- department is supporting the Brit-
culties since Egypt does not want ish attitude that no action on the
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER
Mtictfy QonfidetUid
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
Workmen's Circle To
Hear Report On Schools
to issue 11 ins it visas to American
Jews proceeding to Palestine on
business, or on political missions
. This is in line with the de-
cision of the Arab league to boy-
cott Jewish efforts in Palestine
recommendations be taken before
Jews and Arabs are consulted
What many American friends of
the Jewish cause cannot under-
stand is why the State depart-
ment is willing to go out of its
A report on the convention of
Workmen's Circle Schools held
recently in Boston will be given
at 8 p.m. Sunday by Max Gleber-
man, at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum, 25 Washington ave.
Mr. G'.t b( rman will also give
a report on the two Yiddish
schools maintained by the local
circle. A social hour will follow
the program, Members and
friends are invited.
JCRS BOARD CALLED
. And, at present there are no way to consult not only the Arabs
ships travelling between America of Palestine who arc directly in-
and Palestine Only last month
the Egyptian government refused
to issue transit visas to 15 Ameri-
volved, but all the Arab states
. Would the State department
agree that all countries of the
can Jewish industrialists and American continent be consulted
business men who wanted to fly on a matter which concerns the
to Palestine to study possibilities United States only they ask
for investments there They A Zioniit delegation will defi-
had to change planes at Cairo, nitely be received by President
and were, therefore, in need of Truman and will hear his views
Egyptian visas Strong inter- on this subject.
Mrs. James Snvder has called a
board meeting of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Consumptive Relief
society for 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Louis Rosenthal,
4519 Royal Pal ave.
The society will hold a boat ride
for members and friends June 2
on the Seminole Queen.
Mrs. Leonard Weisberg, 820
Seventh st., has been chosen to
represent the organization at the
convention to be held in Denve/,
Colo., June 21 to 25.
We present to you this week as our guest columnist
David Butler. We feel that his poem is more timely than eve
as the Nuremberg trials approach their final phase. rn0W|
IN MEMORIAM
Dedicated to the Judges of the Nuremberg TriiU
By ALBERT DAVID BUTLER
There's a Monument in Germany
Surpassing all the rest
For its horrible significance
Which left the world aghast!
Like a great and towering mountain,
Reaching high into the sky,
Made with Souls of all the millions
Who were sentenced there to die!
Like a huge immortal Monument
Marking every little Grave
Filled with broken twisted bodies
Of Humanitybetrayed!
There were Gentiles and Jews
For whom Nazis had no use;
Undesirablebecause of
Different views .
Or because of their Religion,
Or because of different Race,
In the new and mighty "order"
This "rabble" had no place!
It's a visionary Monument
Which the world will always see
As a Symbol to man's Vanity
And stupid Bigotry .
To a godless generation
Of a modern civilization
Whose exaggerated passion
Was for World domination.
They were Arrogant and Boastful,
Unscrupulous and Cruel
They reasoned that the weak alone
Lived by the Golden rule.
They "scrapped" the Ten Commandments;
Lost all human Decency.
The "new order" had no use
For Justice, Love, or Sympathy.
"We're the master race." they shouted,
"Pure" and "Noble braves!"
"We" were born to be the Rulers, ,
All the rest were "slaves!"
There's a Monument in Germany
That's fearful to behold
For the countless deeds of infamy
That records do unfold.
All the weaker conquered Nations
Soon were doomed to subjugation,
While entire populations
Suffered whole deportation.
Nazi Concentration Camps
Were filled from every Nation
Where the "master race" of Germany
Displayed their evil passion!
Entire Families were Doomed
To shameful degradation.
They Raped, they Flogged, they Maimed, they Killed;
Age had no consideration!
They were Worked to Death and Starved to Death,
And killed by Suffocation!
They were Shot, and Basscd, and Burnt alive
To speed Extermination!
They slaughtered Infants, Mothers, Fathers,
At a terrific pace .
To make room for exalted rulers
Of the "master race .!"
There's a Monument in Germany
The Germans can't erase
For they're Crimes against Humanity
Committed by that race!
This immense and gruesome edifice,
Built by Nazi Bloody hands,
Will forever cast a Shadow
Over the entire Land!
This visionary Monument
Will be, till Judgment Day,
A Shrine for all the Lives
The Nazis took away.
These Souls now sit in Judgment
Unto Eternity .
And Judge the deeds of infamy,
Which bears a frightful Penalty!
Copyright. 19, Seven Arm Feature Syndicate)
OES Welfare Committee
Third in a series of parties to
benefit the welfare committee of
the grand chapter of Florida. Or-
,der of Eastern Star, will be held
|Thursday noon, June 20, at the
home of Mrs. Walt Hayes, 461 N.E.
53rd st. The party will be a lunch-
eon followed by bridge.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Lena Simon, Florida chair-
man, at 3-3910.
ZALIS ELECTED
Charles ZaUs *>#
elected president of the Dux ,
a group for boys aged
which meets every "
evening at the Mian,. T ^
Other officers are Pui J
man. vice V^^T
Aronoff. secretary; *
man. treasurer; Sanford m
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DAY,
MAY 24, 1946
[ MayHand,<
Service to Vets
k S s hedul-d for Wednes-
Kc railed off to prevent
C was calieoi^ ^ veter.
W^ilitarv personnel. Leon
*and TWB representative,
ichulman. JWB
KTln said that the Beach
LftStt have formed a joint
fcS Wch may be the
K organization to carry out
fen"ions for the commun.ty.
lhHoHvmanson,USO-JWBre-
L J supervisor, is expected
fc3 arK-n June to meet with
tecornmitteeonthequest,on.
[campers toHold Social
I osceola campers will hold a
LSogether at the home of Herb
Kg director, 950 Jefferson
C fro... 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
I Plans for transportation to the
Up in North Carolina this sum-
will be discussed and camp
will be featured on the pro-
pam. Refreshments will be
lerved.
I silver has invited previous
Icampers and friends to attend.
Its regular "end of the month'
Luce will be held by the Emanon
club al the Miami Y. 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, according to George Sia-
IgeL president. Sherwood La-
iTijne's orchestra and refreah-
Imenis will be featured.
California Sanitorium
Seeks Local Support
A meeting to organize a local
"Save a life league" for the Los
Angeles sanitorium for tubercular
patients has been called by Miss
Nina Ruth Feldman, field repre-
sentative of the institution.
Sol Goldstrom, southern direc-
tor of the sanitorium's national
board, will be guest speaker at
the meeting which will be held
1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach
Y. A motion picture on the sani-
torium will be shown.
A $2,100,000 building campaign,
is now being conducted by the
sanitorium which was founded in
1913 at Duarte, Calif.
Miss Feldman describes the in-
stitution as a national, free, non-
sectarian institution. The cam-
paign is for the purpose of in-
creasing the present bed capacity
of 250 beds to more than 500 beds.
The sanitorium is not supported
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
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Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RepreaontotiT.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Met?.,
212 S. Sapodilla ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Lillian, to Maurice Crystal, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Crystal,
Montreal. Quebec.
Miss Metz was graduated from
Palm Bench High school in 1942
and attended Palm Beach Junior
college. She has been a teacher
in the Temple Beth El Sunday
school and is a member of the
B'nai B'rith Stars.
Mr. Crystal was with the Royal
Canadian air force and served
overseas for three and a half
years.
Miss Rose Goldberg, Los An-
geles, is a visitor at the home of
Mrs. Mary Gallig, Gardenia st.
Miss Goldberg, a graduate of
Palm Beach High school, former-
ly resided here with her parents.
She will visit in New York and
Washington before returning to
the west coast.
Miami JWV to Choose
Convention Delegates
Delegates to the Florida con-
vention of the Jewish War Vet-
erans will be selected at a meet-
ing of the Freda Markowitz post
8:15 p.m. Monday the Miami Y.
The convention will be held at
the Raleigh hotel June 7, with the
Miami and Beach posts acting as
hosts to delegates from all over
the state. A get-together dance is
being planned in connection with
the state meeting.
Rabbi M. Greenstein delivered
the invocation at the "I Am an
American Day" program last Sun-
day at F'agler Park. Rabbi and
Mrs. Greenstein have left for Bal-
timore to attend the B'nai B'rith
convention there.
Initial steps in the formation
of a Vaad Hakashruth were tak-
en Friday night when Nathan
Shocoff volunteered to act as gen-
eral purchaser for those wishing
to obtain fresh kosher meat di-
rect from acksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gross-
man, New York city, have pur-
chased property at the northeast
corner of County rd. and Peruv-
ian ave., Palm Beach from Miss
Sadie Musof for $40,000.
Sisterhood Elects
Mrs. Bermann
Mrs. 15 He Bermann, newly
elected president of Beth David
Sisterhood, presided at a luncheon
board meeting held yesterday at
the Seven Seas. Plans for a full
program were discussed and will
Elaine Gruner is a member of
the Palm Beach High school a
capella chorus which attended
the music festival in Tampa re-
cently. Elaine is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Offim Gruner.
ipnawi. 1 k~ T
ELECT
James A. (Jimmie)
HENDERSON
for
SCHOOL BOARD
District No. 3
Father of three school chil-
dren and vitally interested
in the welfare of our Dade
County schools.
BE SURE AND VOTE ON MAY 28th
Ray Lax is a member of the
Abu Shrine drum and bugle corps
which made its first public ap-
pearance at the state American
Legion convention last Friday.
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Other officers recently elected
are Mrs. Jack August, monitor;
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, first vice
president; Mrs. Edward Safer,
second vice president; Mrs. David
Sernaker, third vice president;
Mrs. Alex Steibel, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Rose Rovner, corre-
sponding secretary; Mrs. Cecil
Mayers, treasurer. Mrs. H. Sootin,
financial secretary; Mrs. Ben
Kandel, sergeant at arms; Mrs.
Rose Kasow, auditor.
New board members are the
mesdames Norman D. Jacobs, Lil-
lian Traurig, Jennie Dickson, Lou
Heiman, Sam Miller, I. Langner,
R. Schaarga, Herman Slepian,
Celia Seigel.
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Your Personal Problems
By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D.
Director, Counselling Service, Detroil, Mich.
Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail
as far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions and a
stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care of
The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida.
A HOME OR JUST A PLACE TO SLEEP
"Never did I have a place to play at home. I met my friends
on the corner where we played the usual games. At one lime
brought my girl friends home after school. My mother usually
found some nasty remark to make before all of us. We were all
so flabergasled that they refused to visit me. I would rush in
after school, drop my books and then go outside to meet and play
with girls from the neighborhood During this lime my folks
were quarrelling and they finally were divorced ... I still gel
angry when I think of how my mother treated us, even five
years after the divorce ..."
This is the story ol a 20-year-old stenographer who now keeps
house for her father. For her age she show.- Good sense and is rather
capable. The picture she gives of her home is not unusual today. In
a number of cases of misbehaving children whose parents come for
guidance, I must make a mental evaluation of the kind of home
they have, not the physical surroundings, but the emotional atmos-
phere created by parents and children.
The sermon at my wedding listed tin differences between a
house and a home. A house is a plaee where people eat, sleep and
change their clothes. It may be well furnished and in an exclusive
neighborhood. It may have all the creature comforts and all the
gadgets. But it never becomes a home until there is love, under-
standing, an atmosphere of refuge. It never becomes a home until
it is the place preferred above all others by .ill members of the family.
A man comes home at night to his family. His day at the office
can't bo beat. He put through a big deal or the boss thought he did
an extra-fine job. Or. as happens, things went wiong all day long
... no sales, no orders, employees didn't -how up or were sassy.
But a man comes home knowing, in case ho has a home, that he
can share both the joys and disappointments of the working day with
his family, his wife, his children. He has a home because they are
all part of it. There is serenity, there are people who love him.
A child returns from school His examination marks were good.
He is full of joy and vigor. Or hi was bav/led out for inattention.
Still his parents are there and he has a source ol refuge, of security.
He can go into the basement, the attic, into his own room or a
corner of any room in the house and busy himself with his hobbies or
his books.
Suppose that he comes home and is criticised for his omissions
or commissions. Suppose there is bickering between the parents,
Suppose the parents have an unusually nigh social or vocational
ambition for just an ordinary child, the child who, like most people,
is just "average." Suppose the parents wish to cram down the
child's throat all the culture, elocution, dramatics, music or dancing
which the parents missed as children. Suppose they do not regard
sunshine, outdoor air and athletics as necessary to a child's growth.
That places the child behind the "eight ball." That child will
not feel, cannot feel that he has more than iusl a place to eat and
sleep. That child lacks a home, whatevi v its cost and neighbor-
Lodge to Sponsor
Anniversary Program
On the 30th anniversary of the
death of Sholom Aleichem, Yid-
dish classical writer, an educa-
tional program will be presented
at 8 p.m. Sunday under the aus-
pices of lodge 192, Jewish Peo-
ple's Fraternal order. The event
will be neld at the Miami Beach
public school, Washington ave.
and 14th st.
An evaluation of Sholom Alei-
chem wil! be given by M. Holt-
man, writer and lecturer. Maurice
Carroll and H. Azer will present
recitations of some of the favorite
Sholom Aleichem stories.
The musical portion of the pro-
gram will include selections by
the Jewish Folk chorus, under
the direction of Louis Powesky,
and a violin and piano duet by
Jan and Witold Turkiewicz. The
public is invited.
DaDL) Parade
Barns Ends Campaian
With Tour of State
Judge Paul D. Barns, Miami
candidate for Florida Supreme
court, ended his campaign this
week with a tour of Central and
West Florida.
Speakers at leceptions for him
pointed out that Judge Barns'
20 years service as a trial court
judge and his service many times
as associate justice of the high
court "eminently qualify him for
Florida's supreme court."
Judge Barns has served on the
David Ivan, son of the Rev. and
Mrs. J. Shapiro, 929 Meridian
ave., was born in St. Frances hos-
pital May 4. Rabbi U. Felshin
officiated at the Bris May 12. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Rosen an-
nounce the birth of a son, Neal
Stephen, on May 4. Stanley,
son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Cor-
enblum, 2275 S.W. 21st ter., was
born May 2. Richard Mark, son
of Mr. and Mrs Irving Laibson,
733 Micnigan ave., May 3. Ste-
phen Andiew, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Saroff, 4326 Alton rd., May
4. Peter Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Dreisen, 758 Merid-
ian ave., May 4. .
The daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Alfred J. Nadler, 1605 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. was born May 9 .
Alan Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Frishman, 956 Euclid
ave., May 1. Susan Jane, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Ernest
Zimmerman, 1441 N.E. Miami ct.,
April 30. William, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Nathan Aaron,
543 Micnigan ave., April 23. .
YOUNG ARTIST WINS
REGIONAL HONOR
For her excellence in finger-
painting, 16-year-old Yvette Mar-
gulies was awarded a certificate
of merit in the regional art ex-
hibition sponsored by Scholastic
Magazines recently in Tampa.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Margulies, 1837 S.W. 14th
st.. Yvette also won honors in a
state s highest court by request contest for high school artists held
more times than any other judge.
In the May 7th primary, he re-
ceived a majority of 7,300 votes
over his opponent in Dade county.
Judge Barns is responsible for
hood. It makes little difference if the parents were raised without simplifying court procedure re-
toiallveSd;^leamworlldUlCk',,, "' "'" **""* ** ""^ "Ved '" ducinC comPlex machinery of
A CHILD NEEDS
Suppose parents believe that a house -hould have no noise,
laughter, pounding of hammers, building oi toys, airplanes. Suppose
they are so meticulously clean that a child v.v^v not drop a piece of
tissue paper on the floor, bring in mud on his shoes, or hang his
walls with the usual collection of children's uink.
Do vou think I am exaggerating? Or can you readily name
individuals living near vou who fit into these characterizations? Or
do you yourself lean toward such housekeeping ideas and standards
for a home.'
If a child spends most of his free time away from his own home.
public notice to a simple formula
and writing jury instructions that
are clear to laymen.
by the Miami Women's club.
One of Yvette's painting is now
on display at the University of
Florida.
A junior at Miami Senior High
school, Yvette has been studying
fingerpainting for the past year
and at one time was asked to in-
struct a class of teachers in the
subject.
would you suspect that all is not well? The child will not or cannot
reveal his feeings. He may not know, consciously. But his friends'
homes- may be more pleasant His friends' parents may encourage
We, children to use the home to its fullest extent. His friends'
parents may give your child the warmth and welcome he needs.
And inwardly often unconsciously, your child is making compari-
sons to the detriment of his own home.
7 MORE NIGHTS OF DOG RACING
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UN VEILINGS
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Hyman
Abrams will take place Sunday
at Woodlawn cemetery at 2 p.m.,
with Rabbi Murray Grauer offi-
ciating. Arrangements are under
the direction of the Gordon Monu-
ment company. Friends are re-
quested to bepresent.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Jack
B. Weintraub, 765 W. 50th St.,
will take place 3:30 p.m. Sunday
at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Friends and
reatives are asked to be present.
COUPON
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Name
Address
Write to Miami Beach Zionist
Dtatrict car. of RUo Siaiton
Mrs. Seitlin Head,
Pioneer Group
Mrs. Henry Seitlu
president of \h,^ie^^
organization, dub no rawH
meeting last Thursday ** al'
She will servo with M
Gorbert, first vi i" H
Sylvia Levi;VioP??m;MH
dent; Mrs. Ha ry Qu^P^.
secretary; Mrs. An!2 "H
sponding and nS&H
Mrs. Barbara Grec!*
corresponding secretary \J$\
Edith Mink, treasurer dMtl
Committee leaders ara u
Statler, chairman, and Mei
engarten, cochairman,j4lh7
tional Fund; Mrs B M
member,hip;M,;rWRrSSH
chairman, Mrs. Lena Cft
Mrs. Anna Block, cofh "^
child rescue fund, '"^ I
Elected to the board of direr i
A,Phi^ M,s- Harr-V Mafi
and Mrs. Feinstone. '
Seeks High Court Post
W.Raleigh Petteway, candidate
for Florida Supreme Court jus-
tice, was for 12 years judge of the
criminal court and for five yen
judge of the juvenile court of I
Hillsborough county.
Petteway led in over 60 coun-
ties in the first primary.
He has been practicing law in
Miami since 1937. a year after he
was an unsuccessful candidate for
governor. A graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida Law school, he
has lived in Florida 37 years.
He is a veteran of World WarL
"There is a vast storehouse built
with treasures. The key is the He-
brew language. Have we a right
to throw the key into the ocean
of oblivion?"
Henrietta Szold
"Km can
depend on
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24, 1941
*Jew!stIh>ridiar
Cw Seen as Unifying Force
\t" iIm.-. >irl Ii-leu ii'i ttii-tt fi.i- Mm
on ""'
iec0nd In ""
,, s of three articles written for the Jewish
,( Hebrew Month, which is being observed from
PAGE NINE

join
I I
" by A. P. GANNES
nirortor Bureau of Jewish Education
Executive Uirecio.,
veteran 'old this: "I was stationed in France
ieturtung ^^ Many of us attended services at the
VE i wish soldiers of many nations were thereunited
qogue. .'ew^nd jn prayer. We all intoned the same He-
3'V'ngEach inspired the other and we prayed as we
prayers. Qfe Those magic Hebrew words united us
Piay p back with the determination to learn the
have come(
,w language.
be a stronger reason for knowing Hebrew? In
011 ulourc have been united throughout the centuries.
C^and still is th.O-
!C 0f worship and the Ian-
'of religious thought, and
Es to be a unifying me-
x fast-moving today.
(jlK, j, a vital issue tor Jews
i{or\h, world. Palestine is
L and so is the rebirth of
[Hebrew language. What
Ujer link can there be be-
jews all over and Pales-
ban the Hebrew language?
serve as a bund of unity
forld Jewry and as a means
lew; partaking in the iciiais-
of Hebrew culture.
Lone admits the greatest
rib'uLon the Jews haye made
-orld i the Bible. This
fcbution was in the original
.. Hebrew. The Bible and
r-easures of Hebraic literature
lot and do not ring in trans-
its in the original. A Bialik
[Tschenuchovski in transla-
te its original flavor, its
pth and its essential Hebraic
Hebrew is the key to our
literature,
i Hebrew language and our
. heritage (religion, litera-
I history) are integrated and
hi into or For those
1 are interested in the con-
l;v group, for
i nsight into
tjpiriibul and literary achieve-
a good knowledge of the
-.- ntial.
King Promises
Better Transportation
Wilbur C. King of Zolfo
Springs, first primary loader in
02 of Floiida's 67 counties, head-
ed this week toward the run-off
for group one of the Florida Rail-
road commission with Fred W.
Brown of Tampa.
King is a member of the state
CHILD'S POEM LAUDS
LATE PRESIDENT
When 31 year old Lola Schul-
man received the news that she
was the winner of a contest held
at the National Children's Car-
diac Home, she had dual cause for
celebration.
For Lola was just over a seri-
ous siege that kept her in an oxy-
gen tent.
This is Lola's poem which won
first prize in the Franklin D.
Roosevelt tribute contest sponsor-
ed at the Home by Mrs. David
Washer:
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
He died at Warm Springs,
Georgia
A place he had erected
For Children with a sickness
Of which he too
Had been afflicted.
He had a kindly heart
No kinder man could be
He always had a sunny smile
For everyone to see.
He loved his neighbors
White and black
Of any race or creed
He always helped them any-
time
That they were in great need.
His memory lingers in our
hearts
And I know it always will
For in his life he was so great
That in death he is greater
still
EUROPEANS SEEK
RELATIVES HERE
A list of persons sought by
European friends and relatives
has been issued by Mrs. Florence
Finkelstein, executive director,
service to the foreign born of
the National Council of. Jewish
Women.
Persons knowing the where-
abouts of the following should
ARMY PROSECUTOR
TO DESCRIBE TRIALS
l,. ,.i,\ .1 j ln body c ,ula u! lm, snouia
nab laker, the lead in advocating!contact Mrs. Finkelstein at 513
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.said he proposed as a member of
tin railroad commission to make
better telephone service and im-
proved bus and truck service his
major aims during the post-war
reconversion years.
Obituaries
FELDMAN
Bam B. r. Idman, .'..;, dli >1 at ills
home, 1010 s. W. -'mi hi Tuesday
morning .\ resident of Miami for 12
yeai he i uim from Hunt Ington, W.
Va and was nn apai tmenl house
" nei. He w .i member of Temple
i ai Sui vlvors lln i i. wife,
Mrs < !lal h'eldm in one Bon, Robert,
of Minn I; n brothi r, ; n. Herman
rVldmun, Washington, and four sls-
tei Bervin i.. Id Wedni (day
;tt the cSordon Funeral home, followed
by burial In the family plot at Mt.
Nebo ci mi
GINSBURG
Qua Qlnsburg, 66, .if 1731 S. W.
16th ti i-.. died Saturday In a local
hospital. A retired gr.....r, he wa
;i native of Chai leston, s. C., and
had lived In Miami for the past J'l
yeai b. Survivors Include his Ife,
Mrs. Molley Qlnsburg; three daugh-
ters, Miss Paula Olnsburg and Mrs.
Qeorge Chu'tkof, ,.f Miami, and Mrs.
Joseph Goldstein, Ualax, Va., and a
brother, Isaac Qlnsburg, Columbia, s
('. He was a membi r of i he Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation and
Beth David and was a Mason Fu-
neral services were conducted Sunday
afternoon it tli- Gordon Funeral home
by Rabbis Murray Grauer and Max
Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Maurice
Mamches Burial was In the family
plot in Woodl&wn Park cemetery.
Congress bldg
H. Silver is being sought by
Stepania Frys/.tajer; Fagan Scho-
dia, by Serena Schwarz; Otka
(nee Ezvaelski) and Chackel
Goldshtejn, by Hadasia Pozen;
Anthony Kengyel, by Margit Sa-
pirer.
Mrs. Gustav Eisner (nee Badz-
drow), by Benjamin Lewenberg;
Edna and Izaac Metamed, by Jet-
ta Botwinik, nee Zuckerman; Hel-
en Weinreh, by F.sther Kohn; Mrs.
Berta Weber, by Kurt Gold-
schmidt; Edith Dellmann, by K.
L. Laps.
Emanutl Godleb, by Gabriel
Schultheisz; Sam Stahl, by Lenke
Stahl; Berta and Miklos Gross-
man, by Dr. Tun Joseph.
Capt. David Lemelman, Miami
attorney who helped prosecute
German was criminals, will re-
late his experiences today at the
Downtown luncheon club, spon-
sored by Sholem lodge, B'nai
B'rith. The luncheon will be held
at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown
club restaurant, Seybold bldg.
Now on terminal leave, Capt.
Lemelman spent 11 months over-
seas and assisted in the prosecu-
tions at Dachau concentration
camp and Heidelberg, where he
obtained a number of convictions.
He also did preparatory work on
the Nuremberg war crimes trials.
While in Weisbaden, Capt.
Lemelman helped the Jewish resi-
dents to reorganize community
activities.
Capt. Lemelman practiced law
in Miami for six years before en-
tering the Army in August, 1942.
He plans to reopen an office here
with Albert Lehrman whose
houseguest he is at present.
GIFT TO UNIVERSITY
HONORS WAR HERO
DOMIN
Mrs Fannie Domln, 76, of 1219
Euclid ave., Miami Beach, died Bun-
daj in a hospital, She leaves three
sons. Irving, Charles and Samuel, and
tl ree daugntera including Mrs. Shirley
Margolles and Mrs. Estelle Qruna-
wald, all cf Miami Beach. The body
was sent to AUentown, Pa., by River-
side Memorial chapel.
BROITMAN
Morris Broltman, 73. of IS] X. w.
Fourth st.. died Saturday. Me leaves
his wife, Mrs. Bessie, services were
held Monday at ';..: ,l, HOFFMAN
Mrs. Shirley Hoffman, 4.",. died Sat-
urday at her home, s.",l 8. W. Fourtn
t. She came here four years ago
(nan Philadelphia, where the Imdy
has been Benl by Gordon Funeral
home, .sin? leaves her husband. Louis;
her mother. Mis. Fannie Levy and a
daughter, Miss Natalie, all of Miami,
and two Sisters and two brothers in
Philadelphia.
A gift of $5,000 has been pre-
sented to the University of Mi-
ami by Miss Natalie Singer, so-
phomore, in memory of her
brother, Melvin, a former stu-
dent, who was killed during the
war.
Miss Singer is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Singer of New
York and 1853 Jefferson ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
The sociology department of the
university will receive $4,000 and
the remaining sum will be used
to purchase books for the psycho-
educational center library.
GRAHAM
Martin G. Graham, 25, former as-
sistant Instructor In toology at the
University ( Miami, died May IS in
Los Angeles, where he was studying
for his master's decree at the uni-
versity of i 'allfoi i ..i
He came to Miami Beach from
New Yoik iiy in 1939 and was gradu-
ated from Miami Beach Senior Hiirh
school. He taught at the University
of Miami for two semesters following
his graduation from the university In
Feb., 1944. |
Surviving are his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Graham, 525 Bapanola
Way, Miami Beach, and a brother,
B-8gt. Edward B. Graham, Fort liei-
voir. Va.
Services were held Wednesday at
11 a in. in Riverside Memorial chapel,
with burial in Mt. Nebo cemetery.
MARKS
Shorty Mark-, 71. an employee of
the city of Miami Beach, died Satur-
day. He lived at :'.T Smith Cottages,
Miami Beach. Surviving Is a brother,
Abe, Miami Beach. Services were
held Monday In Kivcrside Memorial
chapel.
August bros m^
WEISENBERGER
Mrs. Ella Welsenberger, r,:i, 1358
s*. W. 17th si died Monday, she
came here a year ago from Cleveland.
Surviving are two daughters, Miss
Florence West and Mrs. Alice Boggs,
Miami: a sister. Mrs. M 1'. Shanman,
Miami Beach, and two sisters and two
brothers ol Cleveland Services were
held Tuesday in Gordon Funeral home
chapel.
MEYER
Joseph N. Meyer, 48, of 1228 Drexel
ave Miami Beach, died Sunday in a
hospital, He ca..... here four years
ago from New York. He leaves his
wife, Mrs Pauline Meyer, and a
daughter, Hose, both of Miami Beach.
The body was sent to -New lurk b>
Riverside Memorial chapel.
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Jelstncr[dte!l_
PIONEERS TO MEET
A joint meeting and program
will be held by the three local
Pioneer Women's organizations 8
p.m. Wednesday at Beth David.
A program and refreshments
will follow the meeting at which
a report of the recent donor din-
ner will be given. The groups
which will meet together are the
Kadimah chapter and clubs no. 1
and 2 of Miami and Miami Beach.
hi the Rouses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
REPRESENT CENTER
Jacob Andron and Raymond
Rubin are representing the Miami
Beach Jewish Center at the first
postwar convention of the United
Synagogue which opened in At-
lantic City yesterday.
The United Synagogue is the
national organization of conserva-
tive synagogues in America.
Representatives Named
Joel Cohen and Stuart Newman
have been named Florida repre-
sentatives of Caryl Barrett, na-
tional publicity agency, it was
announced this week.
Cohen and Newman head the
firm of Public Reations associates
at 600 Lincoln rd. bldg.
Friday evening services, 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning services,
9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach
on the "Weekly Portion of the
Law" in observance of Hebrew
month. The Bar Mitzvas of Mar-
tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Tritt; Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Cohen, and Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drucker,
will or celebrated. Junior con-
gregation. 10 a.m. Saturday.
Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos,
7:15 p.m. Young Judaea club foi
girls, 7 p.m. Saturday. Boy Scout
meeting. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. at 41st St.. Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
The concluding late Friday I
ning service will be held this eve-
ning at 3:15 p.m. when Rabbi
Kronish will speak on "If Not
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Now, When?" I" observance of
M, n's Club Sabbath, the follow-
in Men's club officers will par-
ticipate: Abraham S. Blatt, pres-
ident: Dr. Denis P. Quittner. Alex
\ Straus, Bertram Waller, vice
presidents. An Oih-b Shabbat
will follow with the Mesdames
Blatt, Quittner, Straus and wal-
ler serving as hostesses. George
j Talianoff will lead a discussion
,, "Religion in the Public
Schools." Cantor Kelemer will
load the communal singing. Sab-
bath service, 10:45 a.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
JOINS FATHER
Alex L. Perper has joined his
father, A. L. Perper, realtor, at
311 Lincoln rd. Young Perper was
discharged from the AAF this
winter after three years' service
in the information, education di-
vision and radio and public rela-
tions departments.
A graduate of Candler college,
Havana, he speaks Spanish flu-
ently and was with the office of
censorship in charge of 25 trans-
lates before the war.
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services; R:30 a.m. Gerald, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, will
become Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will address the Bar
Mitzva boy. Intermediate ser-
for adolescents, a.m. Ju-
nior congregation for children of
elementary school age, 10 a.m.
Rabbi M scheloff will speak on
the "Portion i I the Week." Daily
il, 3:30 to 7 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
ROHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will
speak on "Hoar, O Israel" (an
ancient call to modern Jews).
Mrs. Stuart Gordon will light the
candles and say the blessing. A
reception sponsored by the Sister-
hood, will follow the service in
Kaplan hall.
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.
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Harris, will become Bar
Mitzva. Rabbi Shapiro and Can-
tor Friedman will officiate. Stu-
di nts* Sabbath services, 10:30
a.m. Closing Sunday school cere-
monies. io a.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
Orthodox
Kabala; Shabbos, 7:40 p.m.
Sabbath services. <) a.m. The Bar
Mitzvas of Sanford, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis KatZ, and Jules,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Abra-
ham, will be observed. Rabbi
Grauer will a.hires the two
young i en. Shims),on group.
3:30 p.m.: Cantor-Maftir group, 4
p.m. The rabbi will deliver a
irse on The Ethic- of the
Fathers" at 6:15 p.m. Shalos
SUdos. 7:15 p.m. Sunday school,
" a m. Adult course in Hebrew,
8 p.m. Monday at the Talmud
Torah,
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fare board at the closing session
of the 36th annual meeting of
the National Council of the Boy
Scouts of America.
Mr. Weil is the fourth Jew to
receive the Silver Buffalo since
the award was created in 1926.
The others were the late Morti-
mer L. Schiff and Dr. Cyrus L.
Adler, and John M. Schiff.
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PAGE ELEVEN
REMEMBER, BROTHER

. that even though the Axis no longer prepares
their bill of fare, millions of men. women and
children overseas are hungry. Without your im-
mediate help, they are doomed to die of starva-
tion.
Secretary of Commerce Wallace says: "If every
American does his part in conserving wheat and
fats and giving foods canned in tin or money to
buy iood, millions now doomed will be enabled
to preserve the flickering spark of life until they
can help themselves."
i
_._.
From a cycle of charcoal sketches, called "Remember, Brother" by
Roman Wachtel, Belgium, based on memories of the Nazi terror.
< OJ1 rralurc
3 ways you can share a meal and save a life:
1. SAVE AND SHARE WHEAT AND FAT
Go light on foods that take wheat and shortening ... t!i, 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. _________ ^ ____
Use and re-use your fats for cook**; Taw haiiNd fata ***.. lka* are needed to make solpT and offer
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EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 W. Flagler St.____________ Miami
RAINBOW GARDENS
840 N. E. 79th Street____________Miami
GRAND NATL IMPORTERS
309 N. w. Ninth Avenue_________Miami
VICTOR'S
3622 Coral Way Food for the Epicure
JACKIE'S-
FINE FOOD RESTAURANT
134 23rd Street Miami Beach
SOUTHERN ENGINEERINGS
METAL PRODUCTS
25 N" E- 17th Terrace Miami
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__________DuPont Building___________
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LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
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PAGE TWELVE
Dr Cato Commends Y
For Polio Precaution
Dr. T. E. Cato, county health
director, this week commended
the Miami Y for taking precau-
tions against polio in its nursery
school.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that the pre-
cautions include daily spraying of
the nursery lunch room, garbage
cans and lavatories with DDT.
Paper dishes are now being used
instead of china and public drink-
ing fountains at the Y have been
turned off, he said. In addition,
most garbage is burnt.
In the actual curriculum of the
nursery, fatigue exercises and
play have been eliminated. The
daily program is now centered
around quiet activities. No child
from out of the city is admitted
to the school at present.
Nursery children are examined
daily and are sent home immedi-
ately if they show signs of ill-
ness. A public health nurse visits
the school once a week.
Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of
the youth committee, is in con-
stant touch with the nursery and
health authorities in order to
maintain the most suitable health
conditions
BETH DAVID TO CITE
HONOR STUDENTS
Honor students of the Beth
Daid Hebrew and Sunday schools
will receive prizes at the closing
exercises to be held 10 a.m. Sun-
day at thi synagogue.
Miss Ella Mac Weisman, mem-
ber Of the confirmation class, will
celebrat. her birthday during the
exercises and will serve her birth-
day cak to fellow students dur-
ing the refreshment hour. Mem-
bers ol the Sisterhood and f-ia
will be hostesses.
Parents and friends have oeel
invited to attend.
Henderson Advocates
Better School Care
A full time, closely supervised
maintenance crew of sufficient
size to do a decent job on our
schools is advocated by Janus
A. (Jimmie) Henderson, candidate ,
for the school board, district three
in the second primary to be h< Id
Tuesday.
In calling for prompt and effi-
cient repair to school buildings
and the grounds and equipment
around county schools, Henders( n
urged Dade citizens to inspect
the "deplorable conditions" that
exist today.
Henderson has pledged himself
to fight unceasingly to see that
the tax payers of Dade county get
all they justly deserve.
CAMP REGISTRATION
Registrations are still being
taken at the Miami Y for its home
camp which will open June 24,
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector, announces.
Miami High Students
Win Speech Awards
Dorothy GoTdenTMiami Senior
High school Junior, was awarded
asilver medal by the schools
chapter Of the National Forensic
Z as the outstanding speaker
he year at Miami H.gh in an
sembiy held last Friday. Miss
Golden was also the winner of
the F. H. McDonald speech con-
test.
Also honored at the assembly
were Marcelle Schwartz, who re-
ceived a certificate for winning
two first places in declamation in
the southeastern district tourna-
ment, and Harvey Relman, who
received a certificate for earning
the most points for speech in the
shortest time.
YPL AIDS DRIVE
Canned goods and comfort ar-
ticles will he the admission price
for the Young Peoples' league
dance to be held at the Mian;:
Beach Jewish Center 8:30 p.m.
Sunday.
The collections will be turned
over to the local SOS drive for
Supplies for Overseas Survivors.
BEACH PARTY SET
Paul .Muni offers the following
as food for thought. Draw your
own conclusions: Before food
rationing ended, point values
werebrains, 3 points; tongue,
6 points!
SjGUST BROS R*
la the OtSTt
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I Iness under the fictitious name of
SANITARY PLUMBING CO. at 641
S. W. 4th Ave.. Intends t" r< glsti i said
name with the CUrk of the- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MORRIS FRIEDBERG.
Sole Owner.
4 26 '3-10-17-24
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name (
PARADISE TRAVEL AGENCY, at
1451 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, In-
tend t<> register .said name with thr-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL PASTERNAK
JIM BERNFELD
HARRY DIETS,
Attorney for Applicants
4/20 5-3-10-17-24
A membership card and 50
cenls will be the admission to
Ihe Beach Y's beach party tomor-
row, beginning at 6 p.m.
An hour of swimming will be
followed by a weiner roast, danc-
ing and community singing at the
Y, 1 Lincoln rd.
LOCAL MEN WRITE
HEBREW SONG
A song written by Abraham P.
Cannes and the Rev. Emanuel
Balkan nas been published by the
Transcontinental Music Corp.,
New York.
Dedicated to the surviving Jews
in Europe, it is titled "Shuvu
Vanim" (Return, Oh Sons) and
is suitable for four voices.
Cannes, executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
wrote the words, and the Rev.
Balkan, cantor of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, wrote the
music.
LEGAL NOTICES
"Tin renaissance of the He-
brew tongue ... is a potent fac-
tor in wiving the essentially
Jewish -j irit."
Louis D. Brandeis
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Ni'Tl'i: is HEREBY GIVEN thai
llltlll hl| llltl 1} Mil E itli I bi
i. Norman Lewis
- Sc hatz, .i!
the .\-i Landscarj
NOTICE is1 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to angasje In
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at
\\m Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Intend to register said name with tin.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
I 'ounty, Florida.
HRI.A McCUTCHEON
WILLIAM CONRAD
HAROLD SHAPIRO.
Attorney for Applicants.
927 Lincoln Road.
5 .'i-:ii e/7-H

th
elve -ill moneys
t.- flrn
."- \ i i i i inic t J I 1(1.
NORMAN LEWIS GREEN
!.'!'is r\ SCHATZ
ARRY B1KTZ.
tppll ..nts.
' >ngn -.- Uldg,
24-31
H-311 7-KARDA- P1NKB-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiidi-r8l business under the fictitious nun.....f
MIAMI CAMERA EXCHANGE, at 765
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach,
intends to register said name witli tin-
Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
HAY H. BROWN, JR.
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
4/26 5-3-10-17-24
NOTII I. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uncle isigned, desiring ,,. engage In
'.''""I v\ "OS "'" ""<""* "an..- o
Miami item },, i.-ia., intend to
;.";'''"'. -"'""' ':"k"fu"''
< oui t ol I >ade I unl .. p
RUBEN WASSERJJ \N
HARRY smith
EDWARIi II LEVIN
5 10-11
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business ur.der the fictitious name of
.IKANETTE'S APPAREL SHOP. In
the City of Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
JEANETTE PRISAMBNT,
421 Espanola Way
Miami Beach. Florida.
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant,
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
5/10-17-24-31
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ACME EXTERMINATING CO. (not
Inc.), at 3067 Mary Street, Coconut
Grove, Miami, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
THEODORE H. ROBINSON
HOMER L. HOUGH
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicants
6/10-17-24-31 6/7
3rd Avi Miami, inti nds""to"reSi Mar
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad( County, Florida.
RBNEE MAI.Mi Til.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring la engage in
business under the fi, minus name of
A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE at 223S
N. W. Miami Court, Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
LulIS C. SCHATZ
HARRY DIBTZ,
Attornej for Applicant,
1105 Congress Building.
-, 24-31 I 7-14-21
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PURITAN i LEASERS AND LAUN-
I'RV. at 1LI1 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami,
I'l.i Intends to register said name
with the Clork of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT 8. BUSIXIW.
Sole Owner.
HAROLD SHAPIRO.
Attorn v for Applicant.
927 Lincoln Road.
10-17-21-Sl
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
l','.',,",''," under the fictitious name of
WILLIAMS GROCERY STORE, at
.p. -N W 3rd*Ave,, Miami. Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
i.ik of the circuit Court of Dade
i ..unty. Florida.
li \RRY HOBERMAN
CHARLES FELDMAN
LEON Kaplan. Partner*
Attorney f.,r Applicants.
17-21-31 0,7-14
NOTII E IS HEREBY olVEN that
iderslgned. desiring to engage In
under tin- fictitious name of
YOI.N08 GROCERY & DEDICATES-
>'--V at MS N. Miami Ave.. Miami.
'."' .'/''I''"'.'" 'BlsT said name with
he < l.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
inty, Florida.
11111.11' GOLDBERG.
AL levy.
' 17-24-31 6 7-14
Partners.
/lft.17 : | ]
Bole Owner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
""".undersigned, desiring to engageTta
Coumy'.",.,' c"^ < D*ds
ALBERT BARON-.
BARRY DIETZ. S"'C wner
Attorney foi Applicant
1/20 6/8-10-17-J4
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Florl. ^ttJSPJfiSi
MIRIAM POLAN
HARRY D^rt"""""
13* Bay Drive. NormaTd M^uA
Beach, Florida, Intend to register asid
name with the ci.-i-u r,t ,., '
Court of hade coiin/v. & ClfCU,t
LEO STEINMAN
MAX R 8%V^tfL ,''-,'ACK
4/26"57,-ro.i^24M,Pl,Can"''
..NOTICE is HEREBY given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I U'RIIiA BI Si.NKSS SERVICE at
' :,.'"-< Bt.....Ing. Intend to regUteJ
said name with the Cleric of the cir-
CUlt Com, f Dade County, Florida
IRVING ELFMAN
PAUL ELFMAN
5,1- An'^'iV1 U "RAVER
"/"t*JI O |-14>
LANTAFF URGES
VETS TO VOTE
Bill Lantaff, 32-year- old World
War II veteran, has opened head-
quarters in the Ingraham build-
ing in Miami to conduct the sec-
ond half of his campaign for elec-
tion to the state legislature from
group three.
Lantaff. who led in the first
primary by some 2,000 votes over
his nearest opponent, told a group
meeting of supporters that he was
"highly gratified" with the re-
sults of the election, and said
that he interpreted them to mean
that "the people of Dade county
want a young, progressive dele-
gation for the next legislature."
"It makes one feel good to know
that his principles of progressive
and economic government for
Florida are backed by the veter-
ans," Lantaff declared.
Lantaff said that he had talked
to many ex-servicemen who
"just hadn't found the time to
get around to voting" in the May
7 election. The candidate, a veter-
an of almost five years service
in the Aimy, has been trying to
meet as many veterans as possi-
ble in the past two weeks to urge
them to vote.
"Too many veterans do not re-
alize that their vote is the gun and
ammunition of civilian life with
which they can insure the kind of
country that they fought so hard
for and wish to maintain," Lan-
taff declared.
Open House to I
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and say farewell ,0 "
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.MAY 24, 1946 *knisi) floridPtr PAGE THREB AJC ,ses Slate 7~;opark will bo the scene | benefiting the UNNRA Vj food collection for l relief Monday evening, to Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, Itach chairman. Admis1 be $1 and one or more pod. professional talent i professional bands will I the entertainment. Jack I Francis P. Locke and urtgorr.ery. local newspa* Jare scheduled to -pi ak. Jcanned food and money Be other foods are being pins for food have been schools, religious inI and markets. Cash or Btributions may be sent lAdeeb. cochairman with Pth, at 550 Alton rd. jMeded foods ;ire conInaporated or dried milk, ft fish, peanut butter. •'£ns, soups, stews, honUbles, vegetable and fruit W baby foods. SMATHERS TO GIVE VIEWS ON PALESTINE A congressman's view on Palestine will be given by George Smathers, newly nominated representative of Florida's fourth district, at the installation luncheon to be held by the Miami Had a s s a h group Monday at the San Juan restaurant. Mrs. Joel Belov, retiring chairman, will install Mrs. Jos. Carp, president, and the rest of the officers. Mrs. Maurice Grossman will serve as toastmistress. Chairman of arrangements for the luncheon is Mrs. J. Martin Fishman. Contest Ends Tonight, Fla. May Get Camp Midnight tonight is the deadline for entries in the Brandeis camp institute essay contest sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission. Prizes for the best essays on "What is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to Palestine" will be two four-week scholarships to the camp in Winterdale, Pa. Entries should be addressed to the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress bldg. Florida is now being considerjed as a possible site for a second Brandeis camp to be established by the Zionist Organization of America this summer, Jack D. Burris, acting president of the Beach Zionist district, has reported. Louis Levine, winter resident of Miami Beach, and Frank Garson, of Atlanta have contributed $15,000 each for the new camp. Directors to Attend Social Work Meeting •Pie that aspires to a digJWer.ce must create a l*Nh its nun hands and |'ith its own .seal." Ch. N. Biahk Four executive directors of local Jewish agencies will attend the convention of the National Conference of Jewish Social Workers when it meets in Atlantic City this weekend. They a-e Morris Klass, of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation: Charles Cohen, Jewish Social Service bureau; A. P. Cannes, Bureau of Jewish Education, and Jack P. Marash, Beach Y. The National Council for Jewish Education and the National Association of Jewish Center Workers will also hold sessions this weekend in Atlantic City. Miami Sends Large Delegation To District Parley Thirty-four official convention delegates from Greater Miami leave tomorrow to attend the 70th convention of district grand lodge no. 5 of B'nai B'rith to be held in Baltimore May 26—28. Highlights of the convention will include an address by Henry Monsky, national president of j B'nai 3'rith; Dr. Curly Bvrd, president of the University of Maryland; Dr. Abram L. Sacher. national director of B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations and Youth organizations, and Arnold Forster, national director of fact-finding of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'lith. Symposiums on "Hillel Founda, tion in Post-War" and an AntiDefamation panel, with George J. Talianoff, ADL director for Florida participating, are included in the well-rounded convention agenda. Leading the delegates from the Miami area will be Louis Heiman, second vice president of the fifth district, who is expected to be installed as first vice president. Other delegates are: Representing Miami lodge no. 1024: ADO Aronovitz, Alex S. Cohen, Ben Essen, Marx Fein]berg, Milton Friedman, William |r r i e d n a n, Lou Heiman, Charles R. Jacobson, John Kroncnfeld, Sam B. Miller, E. Albeit Pallot. David Rayvis, Harry Schwartz. Fred K. Shochet, Sam Silver, Max R. Silver, Philip Wallach, Rabbi Albert Michels and Ike Levin. Representing Miami Beach lodge no. 1591: Daniel M. Broad, George J. Bertman, Jack August, Dave Emmer, Harold Turk, Sol Goldstrom, Montague Rosenberg, George J. Taianoff, Max Singer and Bernard S. Fciner. Also planning to attend are Mrs. Levin, Mrs. Kronenfeld, Mrs. Pallot, Mrs. Turk, Mrs. Max Katz, Mrs. A. Seidler and Mrs. Benjamin Landau. A special car has been reserved on the Seaboard railroad for the delegates. BBG QUEENS CHOSEN Six B'rni B'rith girls were honored for their work in their organizations at the annual coronation held Sunday evening. Those chosen as queens and I presentated with B'nai B'rith pendants were Roberta Grossman, of the Winx chapter; Donna Feld[ man, ALS; Florence Browner, Jems; Beryle Axlrod, DBG; Gloria Liohtenstein BBG, and Rosalind Morris, BZB. Mrs. Carl Weinkle presided and was presented with a gift by the advisers of the various groups in appreciation for work with the girls. Presentation of the queens was made by Evelyn Wild, Mildred Zalka, Hadassah Land, Sheila Ludwig, Terry Fishman and Dor' othy Goiden. Flower Day Postponed In order not to conflict with local poppy day sales, Palestine Flower day, scheduled for Sunday, has been postponed until Sunday, June 2. Isaac Goldberg, of Miami Beach, is chairman of the sales which will benefit the Jewish National Fund. Local Zionist organizations will participate in the sales. TO HONOR CELLIST Service League Renames Mrs. George Chertkof Leonard Rose, first cellist with the New York Philharmonic orchestra, will be honored by the Greater Miami Jewish Folk chorus at a reception June 4 in Beth David auditorium. Admission will be by invitation only. Presidents of local Jewish organizations are being asked to attend. Mrs. George Chertkof was renamed president of the Miami Service league at a recent meeting. Elected with her were Mrs. M. Koven, honorary president; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, first vice president; Mrs. Norman Weisman, second vice president; Mrs. Freda Levine, secretary; Mrs. William Weintraub, treasurer, and Mrs. Jack Stone, corresponding secretary. Next meeting of the league will bo held 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Miami Y. The installation luncheon, planned for early June, has been postponed indefinitely. Summer Course Planned Teen-agers over 14 may register for a summer course in conversation;! Hebrew at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 318 Congress bldg. 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PAGE FOUR vJewlstricridian FRIDAY 'Zionists Won't Sell Souls for 100,000 Certificates'-Rothenberg The Anglo-American Inquiry report was termed a "great disappointment" by Judge Morris Rothenberg, president of the Jewish National Fund, at a Zionist mass meeting Tuesday night. Judge Rothenberg said that the report does not offer a fundamental eclution to the Jewish problem, which he feels can only be solved by the establishment of a Jewish Commonwealth. "The Zionist movement will never sell its soul for 100.000 certificates," he declared, referring to the fact that while the report grants immigration certificates for Jews to enter Palestine, it negates the idea of a Jewish Commonwealth. Despite his disappointment over the report, he said there is no right for discouragement on the part of Zionists. "We have had to struggle from the beginning and we shall continue to struggle for our ideals," he said. "When the Jews become the majority in Palestine they will decide for themselves to have a Commonwealth." Judge Rothenberg emphasized the importance of the Hagganah Jewish defense unit, in the pres ent situation in Palestine. He estimated that between 12 and 15 mi'lion dollars will be sent tional Fund golden book certifioates were presented to Ben ApOROVITZ OUTLINES JSSB FUTURE^ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) outlined by Max Orovite, presiden of Federation, who was -uesl speaker. Orovitz emphasized the extension work that the oel Charles Bender, Jacob Fishfamily agency will be doing in man S A. Goodman, fsadore connection with the Home for the C^dberg, San, Lachman, Oscar Aged, Jgjta*-•. .~ Lelchuk, Rabbi living Lehrman, ^ Mr. and Mrs. E. Lessowoder, Max Meisel, Louis MiHer and Philip Salmon, for their work in the Zionist movement. Abe Goodman, national treasurer of the Zionist organization, made the presentations. STATE DEPARTMENT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) have been contributing substantial assistance to the upbuilding of the Jewish national home in Palestine, and that there is every reason to expect that their interest will continue. "(c) The deep interest which the American government and its citizens nave in maintaining and promoting mutually beni He said that JSSB would be one of the most important agencies in the community because of its work with the individual problems of people as well BS its service to other fields such as those j mentioned above. Orovitz, however, stressed the ity for Hue.' chan 1. Handling of major relief needs of Jewish persons by public agencies. 2. Development and improvement of the JSSB professional staff. 3. Strengthening of the board membership and general membership in order to secure community interest for the agency. Orovitz mentioned that JSSB mil Federation are discussing the advisability of setting up an inMIAMI SOS SENDS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) in the SOS campaign are sent exclusively to Jewish persons overseas. Referring to the other drives for food and clothing now being held, Mrs. Falk said "we are not trying to compete with each other, but to round out the relief picture." Mrs. Falk commended the Mizrachi women, under the leadership of Mrs. Joseph Brenner, and the Pioneer Women's organization, cluo No. 2, under Mrs. Lena Mintzes, for their work in preparing tiie articles for shipment. Miamiar.s who wish to have their contributions picked up should call Mrs. Nathan Davidow, motor corps chairman, at 48-5003, or Mrs. Ben Essen, Miami chairman, at 4 7736. For Miami Beach pickups, the SOS number is 3-5411. MAY Spino2 aF^j Concluding ~7T SP-n-za forum 5f h day afternoon an *J !" f, ^ the home 1M Wolfson. 1059 CoCj r An >-'in g Can £ George Papashriviy," viewed by Edward C U P.m. tomorrow. At 8 M day a symposium 0 „, be held by SamuelV author a nd lecturer 1 .iianoka and Dr. V s First Immigrant] raw YOMTOTAH dred and seventy-sevea i Jews from Europe arri this week aboard the, troopship Marine Flash nine-day trip from Gen are the first immigran admitted under PreskJ man's directive facilitati gration of displaced i and hamonlous relations between dent agency ,„ xtond frec he United States and he coun* ^ ^ businessmen _• tries o the Near Last in the 0ff of JSSB md lrust(VS political field, m education and other cultural and in economic development. of the agency's Baron do Hirsch other_cultmal activities. in trad ^ ^ m ^ ^^ at a in the middle of to Palestine this year by the Jew-1 "(d) The value placed by tin ish National Fund to buy land i United States upon the contributor the Jews there. Itions which the Near Eastern The failure to understand the countries have made and will importance of getting land in PalIdoubtlos.continue to make to the estine through the JNF as quickly cause of world peace and prosas possible was the greatest fallperity an.-* to the upbuilding and ure of the Zionists in the last I effectiveness of the internatiorfil At the meeting, Jewish Naorganization created for these decade, he stated. purposes." b tard meeting June. BJE RE-ELECTS THREE THREE O'CLOCK ... AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK" WAKEFUL NIGHTS — how the time drags! %  Bantu Man Ilka hours, wa worry over things dona and left undone. Altar such a night, wo gat UP in the morning more tired than when wa went WJd. Nervous Tension causes many a wakeful night and wakeful nights are likely to causa Nervoua Tension. Next time you feel Nervous and Keyed Up or bogin to toss, tumble and worry after Tou get to bed —try DR. MILES NERVINE (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) BSl^Ef 8 JS !" MP to eas. 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I .' PAGE TEN Jelstncr[dte!l_ PIONEERS TO MEET A joint meeting and program will be held by the three local Pioneer Women's organizations 8 p.m. Wednesday at Beth David. A program and refreshments will follow the meeting at which a report of the recent donor dinner will be given. The groups which will meet together are the Kadimah chapter and clubs no. 1 and 2 of Miami and Miami Beach. hi the Rouses of Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative REPRESENT CENTER Jacob Andron and Raymond Rubin are representing the Miami Beach Jewish Center at the first postwar convention of the United Synagogue which opened in Atlantic City yesterday. The United Synagogue is the national organization of conservative synagogues in America. Representatives Named Joel Cohen and Stuart Newman have been named Florida representatives of Caryl Barrett, national publicity agency, it was announced this week. Cohen and Newman head the firm of Public Reations associates at 600 Lincoln rd. bldg. Friday evening services, 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the "Weekly Portion of the Law" in observance of Hebrew month. The Bar Mitzvas of Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tritt; Nell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen, and Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drucker, will or celebrated. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Saturday. Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Young Judaea club foi girls, 7 p.m. Saturday. Boy Scout meeting. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chase Ave. at 41st St.. Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal The concluding late Friday I ning service will be held this evening at 3:15 p.m. when Rabbi Kronish will speak on "If Not ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSIRMCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 K L FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 "fears Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States S raggBrsaa 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH -1026 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, President Now, When?" I" observance of M, n's Club Sabbath, the followin Men's club officers will participate: Abraham S. Blatt, president: Dr. Denis P. Quittner. Alex \ Straus, Bertram Waller, vice presidents. An OIH-B Shabbat will follow with the Mesdames Blatt, Quittner, Straus and waller serving as hostesses. George j Talianoff will lead a discussion ,,„ "Religion in the Public Schools." Cantor Kelemer will load the communal singing. Sabbath service, 10:45 a.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox JOINS FATHER Alex L. Perper has joined his father, A. L. Perper, realtor, at 311 Lincoln rd. Young Perper was discharged from the AAF this winter after three years' service in the information, education division and radio and public relations departments. A graduate of Candler college, Havana, he speaks Spanish fluently and was with the office of censorship in charge of 25 translates before the war. Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services; R:30 a.m. Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fox, will become Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Mescheloff will address the Bar Mitzva boy. Intermediate serfor adolescents, a.m. Junior congregation for children of elementary school age, 10 a.m. Rabbi M scheloff will speak on the "Portion i I the Week." Daily il, 3:30 to 7 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner Friday evening services, 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Appelbaum will speak on "Hoar, O Israel" (an ancient call to modern Jews). Mrs. Stuart Gordon will light the candles and say the blessing. A reception sponsored by the Sisterhood, will follow the service in Kaplan hall. 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. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Harris, will become Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Friedman will officiate. Studi nts* Sabbath services, 10:30 a.m. Closing Sunday school ceremonies. io a.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamches Orthodox Kabala; Shabbos, 7:40 p.m. Sabbath services. <) a.m. The Bar Mitzvas of Sanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis KatZ, and Jules, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Abraham, will be observed. Rabbi Grauer will a.hires the two young i en. Shims),on group. 3:30 p.m.: Cantor-Maftir group, 4 p.m. The rabbi will deliver a irse on The Ethicof the Fathers" at 6:15 p.m. Shalos SUdos. 7:15 p.m. Sunday school, •" a m. Adult course in Hebrew, 8 p.m. Monday at the Talmud Torah, i"'" %  ^.tteai* DRINK PLENTY OF ^ripurc Water CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Deposit %  PHONE 2-4128 80c 70c SCOUTS HONOR WEIL ST. LOUIS—Scouting's highest honor, the Silver Buffalo, was awarded to Frank L. Weil, president of ti:e National Jewish Welfare board at the closing session of the 36th annual meeting of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Weil is the fourth Jew to receive the Silver Buffalo since the award was created in 1926. The others were the late Mortimer L. Schiff and Dr. Cyrus L. Adler, and John M. Schiff. Learn to Drive—Modern Way Army and Navy Instructor* Agency for Driver* Llcanaaa And Auto Tag* FLORIDA AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL 1013 5th Ava., M. Bch., Ph. B-50B2 MOTHERS SEE OFFICERS INS TJ cent Mother's Day N at the home of Mrs. £ kind, adviser. Mr S .Ti!, ioR of the Beach B'nai B J en, installed Isabel C President; Florence nJ vice > president: Rhoda c 3 Cording secretary; ^ Leila Gross, treasurer New and old 0 ff iccrs and guests received' corsages. CAMP OSCEol FOR BOYS HendersonviUe, N. 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rtMAYa_1946_ pNAI B'RITH NOTES *Jelslinuridkuj PAGE FIVE This dge rH ARLES B. JACOBSON. Executive Secretary By inerary (?) comer will be reserved for Sholem and mumble, with accent on B.B. personalities mutter We hereby serve notice that the innocent ,ho m aKe nhove stands for noble, honest journalism and yim nar > • %  -* %  • %  *• &f ,.. ~ i„. : .i_. ithec l0USe?) .|,it the politicos have rfictim n Qme jts y^ the hindmost. (Is there a lawyer in the h e t the aevn > Dan Satin t ol lliv be seeing ^n He states there are over i£ t^ns'citations to be prek %toour returned B.B.'s. but ""toSuTlads just won t come B Srn them(Note to Vets: o your family can pick up 'i framed citationsJn the BA [fire. 330 Seybold bldg.. Come wl get 'em.) y w The 3B.G.'s and B.B.Y.W. s ti loads of fun and entertaint for delegates at their c. on June 23, 24 and 25 at the tetsyRoss hotel on the Beach. iairman. and a terrifically enerjetie girl she ii eiehtseei iiu uaivj with all is convention city terrifically enerSays boat rides, icing, sightseeing and banquet te on the program, BBG chapters cooperating in arrangements. Want more Information? Call Miss Gertrude Cmovsky. director of girls Coups, at 3-6306. Lou S'ithn. picnic chairman, sports that NYLONS will go to he ladies who win races, at Hatheson Hammock, on Sunday, [June 23. Come and bring the kiddies: Committee chairmen for the hindig are Nat Horowitz, Milt Klein. IKI Levin, Ben Essen, food md drinks; Milt Friedman, caplain of s-ftball team, and Marx feinberg and Al Sherman, sports and games; Morton Moses and Gulkis, prizes; Ben Essen, isportation: Sol (Mickey) Finn, Charlie Jacobson and Lou leitlin. publicity; Dina Goldman tnd Tillie RosenthaL luncheon pnmittee; Walter Kovner, Beach idge commit .' i Watcn for the Sholem lodge abana party in July. It'll be the icial talk of the town. |ATTENDS CONVENTION Mrs. WUliam Hyman of Miami "ach left Sunday to attend a Kfflventnn of district grand lodge fa 2, B'nai B'rith. in St. Louis. pis a membei of the women's ppremo council of the order. Charles R. Jacobson, recently named executive secretary of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, this week begins authorship of the B'nai B'iith Briefs column for the Jewish Floridian. Social Season to End With Party Sunday The congregation and Sisterhood of Beth David will hold a social evening at 8 p.m. Sunday m the synagogue's auditorium. The affair will be the "grand finale" 0 f the groups' social season. Cards, mah jongg and refreshments will be featured during the evening. Tickets may be reserved with Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs, general chairman, by calling 2-6893. SHOLEM TO CHOOSE BEST GOLFER Best golfer of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge will be selected in a tournament to be held in the near future under the direction of Jack Abbott and Dave Catsman, who have been appointed coehairmen of the lodge's new golfing and summer sports committee. Weekly foursomes are now being arranged by the committee. Practice sessions and the tournament will be held at the Bayshore Golf club, Miami Beach. Emma Lazarus Chapter Sends Delegates Two representatives of the Emma Lazarus chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will attend the B'nai B'rith fifth district convention to be held in Baltimore May 26-8. Dolly Pont, president, and Vera Schneider will carry to the convention a complete report of the many activities conducted during the past year by the chapter. Highlights of this report include the chapter's participation in serving Sunday morning breakfasts to servicemen, maintenance of a day room at the Nautilus hospital while it was occupied by the Army and assisting in various community drives. The chapter is currently assisting in the collection of clothing for displaced children in foreign lands. Miss Edith Polansky, chairman of the drive, has asked members to bring an article of usable clothing to the next meeting, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Beach Y. PAINTING and DECORATING Quchty Work By Qualified Workmen ALL WORK GUARANTEED GULFSTREAM PAINTERS PHONE 7-5118 MY JEWISH FRIENDS jF YOU ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY OF THE FOLLOWING: COLDS IN THE HEAD, COUGHS. JS^RSENESS. CATARRH. BRONCHIAL TUBES %  URG CONGESTED. ASTHMA. SINUS. 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Consult Your Phyalalan To Edit Legion History The state American Legion authorized the publication of a history of the Florida department and appointed Herbert U. Feibelman its editor at the convention in West Palm Beach last weekend. Feibelman has been department historian for some years and was just reelected for a new term. Kadimak Elects Mrs. A. Berson Mrs. Albert Berson has been elected president of the Kadimah chapter, English speaking branch of the Pioneer Women's organization for Palestine. Other new officers who will assist her are Mrs. Norman Jacobs, vice president; Mrs. Helen Isaacson, recording secretary; Mrs. Estelle Beigle, corresponding secretary; Mrs Samuel Siegel, financial secretary, and Mrs. Hyman Sootin, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were Mrs. Harry Faber, who is honorary president; Mrs. Celia Segal, last year's president; and Mrs. Edith Weinstein, Mrs. David Washer and Mrs. Maurice Coulton. Appointed committee chairmen were Mrs. Tillie Sandier, membership; Mrs. Etta Courtman and Mrs. Rose Melinson, child rescue fund; Mrs. Robert E. Miller, Jewish National Fund; Mrs. William Berson, Moatzath Hapoaloth; Mrs. Louis Margulies, publicity and Mrs. Max Shapiro, cultural. Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month. JACOBSON APPOINTS Y DRIVE CAPTAINS A series of social events was planned by the Miami Y membership committee at a meeting Sunday morning. Henry Jacobson, chairman of the drive for 500 new members, appointed the following to serve as captains in the campaign: Eugene J. Weiss, Leon Kaplan, Teddy Sakowitz, Seymour Simon, Abe S. Goldman, Ben Essen, Alex S. Cohen and Mrs. Minna Lavine. Youth group captains will be Joe Reisman, Sheila Ludwig and Charles Zalis. The Y now has a membership of 1600 persons of all ages. Thirty groups are affiliated with the organization. The Nation's Herald of a New Liberalism in the South TOWN HALL It Proud to Announce THE HONORABLE Ellis Arnall GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA who will deliver a masterly address at TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. TUESDAY. MAY 28 8:15 P. M Subject: "THE SHORE DIMLY SEEN" Single Tickets, $1.50 On Sale at the Door or PHONE 9-1757 Erika Mann tickets will be honored al this lecture Educational and Musical Program ON THE 30th ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF SHOLOM ALEICHEM Lecturer—M. HOLTMAN Selections from Writings of SHOLOM ALEICHEM by MAURICE CARROLL and H. AZER Violin and Piano Team The BROTHERS TURKTEWICZ JEWISH FOLK CHORUS Under Direction of Mi. Louis Powesky Sunday. May 26 8 P.M. MIAMI BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL Washington Are. at 14tb St. Everybody Welcome! Under Aus F lces of Lodge 192 JEWISH PEOPLES FRATERNAL ORDER BEN YAHUDA STUDIED Children of Greater Miami Hebrew schools this week have been studying the story of Eliazer Ben Yahuda, father of modern Hebrew, in connection with the local observance of Hebrew Month. 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 TTIUI.TLI IbcKlIT %  CONVALESCEWCJ ^OitioHtcCMm un-RayPark fealth Resort •OOUSTC MIAMI-WriACLCP. oHO'-COURlflOD.D/l DR. R. SPENCER HOWELL Announce* hi* 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. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 21st Terrace WHILE THEY LAST! 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PAGE EIGHT fJewlsiifMMl JMDAY.MAT,, • Your Personal Problems By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D. Director, Counselling Service, Detroil, Mich. Your questions on personal problems will be answered by mail as far as possible or in these columns. Send your questions and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care of The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18. Florida. A HOME OR JUST A PLACE TO SLEEP "Never did I hav e a place to play at home. I met my friends on the corner where we played the usual games. At one lime • brought my girl friends home after school. My mother usually found some nasty remark to make before all of us. We were all so flabergasled that they refused to visit me. I would rush in after school, drop my books and then go outside to meet and play with girls from the neighborhood During this lime my folks were quarrelling and they finally were divorced ... I still gel angry when I think of how my mother treated us, even five years after the divorce ..." This is the story ol a 20-year-old stenographer who now keeps house for her father. For her age she show.Good sense and is rather capable. The picture she gives of her home is not unusual today. In a number of cases of misbehaving children whose parents come for guidance, I must make a mental evaluation of the kind of home they have, not the physical surroundings, but the emotional atmosphere created by parents and children. The sermon at my wedding listed tin differences between a house and a home. A house is a plaee where people eat, sleep and change their clothes. It may be well furnished and in an exclusive neighborhood. It may have all the creature comforts and all the gadgets. But it never becomes a home until there is love, understanding, an atmosphere of refuge. It never becomes a home until it is the place preferred above all others by .ill members of the family. A man comes home at night to his family. His day at the office can't bo beat. He put through a big deal or the boss thought he did an extra-fine job. Or. as happens, things went wiong all day long ... no sales, no orders, employees didn't -how up or were sassy. But a man comes home knowing, in case ho has a home, that he can share both the joys and disappointments of the working day with his family, his wife, his children. He has a home because they are all part of it. There is serenity, there are people who love him. A child returns from school His examination marks were good. He is full of joy and vigor. Or hi was bav/led out for inattention. Still his parents are there and he has a source ol refuge, of security. He can go into the basement, the attic, into his own room or a corner of any room in the house and busy himself with his hobbies or his books. Suppose that he comes home and is criticised for his omissions or commissions. Suppose there is bickering between the parents, Suppose the parents have an unusually nigh social or vocational ambition for just an ordinary child, the child who, like most people, is just "average." Suppose the parents wish to cram down the child's throat all the culture, elocution, dramatics, music or dancing which the parents missed as children. Suppose they do not regard sunshine, outdoor air and athletics as necessary to a child's growth. That places the child behind the "eight ball." That child will not feel, cannot feel that he has more than iusl a place to eat and sleep. That child lacks a home, whatevi v its cost and neighborLodge to Sponsor Anniversary Program On the 30th anniversary of the death of Sholom Aleichem, Yiddish classical writer, an educational program will be presented at 8 p.m. Sunday under the auspices of lodge 192, Jewish People's Fraternal order. The event will be neld at the Miami Beach public school, Washington ave. and 14th st. An evaluation of Sholom Aleichem wil! be given by M. Holtman, writer and lecturer. Maurice Carroll and H. Azer will present recitations of some of the favorite Sholom Aleichem stories. The musical portion of the program will include selections by the Jewish Folk chorus, under the direction of Louis Powesky, and a violin and piano duet by Jan and Witold Turkiewicz. The public is invited. DaDL) Parade Barns Ends Campaian With Tour of State Judge Paul D. Barns, Miami candidate for Florida Supreme court, ended his campaign this week with a tour of Central and West Florida. Speakers at leceptions for him pointed out that Judge Barns' 20 years service as a trial court judge and his service many times as associate justice of the high court "eminently qualify him for Florida's supreme court." Judge Barns has served on the David Ivan, son of the Rev. and Mrs. J. Shapiro, 929 Meridian ave., was born in St. Frances hospital May 4. Rabbi U. Felshin officiated at the Bris May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Rosen announce the birth of a son, Neal Stephen, on May 4. Stanley, son of Mr and Mrs. Maurice Corenblum, 2275 S.W. 21st ter., was born May 2. Richard Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Laibson, 733 Micnigan ave., May 3. Stephen Andiew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Saroff, 4326 Alton rd., May 4. Peter Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dreisen, 758 Meridian ave., May 4. The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Nadler, 1605 Pennsylvania ave.. was born May 9 Alan Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Frishman, 956 Euclid ave., May 1. Susan Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Ernest Zimmerman, 1441 N.E. Miami ct., April 30. William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nathan Aaron, 543 Micnigan ave., April 23. YOUNG ARTIST WINS REGIONAL HONOR For her excellence in fingerpainting, 16-year-old Yvette Margulies was awarded a certificate of merit in the regional art exhibition sponsored by Scholastic Magazines recently in Tampa. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Margulies, 1837 S.W. 14th st.. Yvette also won honors in a state s highest court by request contest for high school artists held more times than any other judge. In the May 7th primary, he received a majority of 7,300 votes over his opponent in Dade county. Judge Barns is responsible for hood. It makes little difference if the parents were raised without simplifying court procedure retoiallv eS d;^l•e a mworl l d UlCk ,,, "' "'" **""* ** ""^ Ved '" ducin C com P lex machinery of A CHILD NEEDS Suppose parents believe that a house -hould have no noise, laughter, pounding of hammers, building oi toys, airplanes. Suppose they are so meticulously clean that a child v.v^v not drop a piece of tissue paper on the floor, bring in mud on his shoes, or hang his walls with the usual collection of children's uink. Do vou think I am exaggerating? Or can you readily name individuals living near vou who fit into these characterizations? Or do you yourself lean toward such housekeeping ideas and standards for a home.' If a child spends most of his free time away from his own home. public notice to a simple formula and writing jury instructions that are clear to laymen. by the Miami Women's club. One of Yvette's painting is now on display at the University of Florida. A junior at Miami Senior High school, Yvette has been studying fingerpainting for the past year and at one time was asked to instruct a class of teachers in the subject. would you suspect that all is not well? The child will not or cannot reveal his feeings. He may not know, consciously. But his friends' homesmay be more pleasant His friends' parents may encourage We, children to use the home to its fullest extent. His friends' parents may give your child the warmth and welcome he needs. And inwardly often unconsciously, your child is making comparisons to the detriment of his own home. 7 MORE NIGHTS OF DOG RACING EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION ROUTef TO mSCAYNE From Miami: Miami Transit buse, leave corner of N E i.. Aye. and 2nd St. every 15 min. starting at 6' P M' JS Miami Beach: Stanley Tour buses leaveT corner? of 1h 32 mm T '-'vtf fujuum TRACK V-l 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves -DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 3rd / %  10 RACES NIGHTLY QUINJELAS EVERY RACE ADMISSION 25c NO MINORS ADMITTED UN VEILINGS The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Hyman Abrams will take place Sunday at Woodlawn cemetery at 2 p.m., with Rabbi Murray Grauer officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Gordon Monument company. Friends are requested to bepresent. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Jack B. Weintraub, 765 W. 50th St., will take place 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Friends and reatives are asked to be present. COUPON I enjoy your "The Drama of Palestine" series and enclose $ towards its cost and for your other good work. Name Address Write to Miami Beach Zionist Dtatrict car. of R„Uo Siaiton Mrs. Seitlin Head, Pioneer Group Mrs. Henry Seitlu president of \ h ,^i e ^^ organization, dub no raw H meeting last Thursday **• al She will servo with M Gorbert, first vi i"• H Sylvia Levi;Vio P ? ? m;M H dent; Mrs. Ha ry Qu^P^. secretary; Mrs. An!2 "H sponding and nS&H Mrs. Barbara Grec!££*£• corresponding secretary \J$\ Edith Mink, treasurer dMtl Committee leaders ar a u Statler, chairman, and M e i£ engarten, cochairman,j4 lh 7 tional Fund; Mrs B M member,hi p ;M,; r W R r S SH chairman, Mrs. Lena Cft Mrs. Anna Block, co fh "^ child rescue fund, '"^ I Elected to the board of direr i A, Phi ^ M,s Harr V Mafi and Mrs. Feinstone. Seeks High Court Post W.Raleigh Petteway, candidate for Florida Supreme Court justice, was for 12 years judge of the criminal court and for five yen judge of the juvenile court of I Hillsborough county. Petteway led in over 60 counties in the first primary. He has been practicing law in Miami since 1937. a year after he was an unsuccessful candidate for governor. A graduate of the University of Florida Law school, he has lived in Florida 37 years. He is a veteran of World WarL "There is a vast storehouse built with treasures. The key is the Hebrew language. Have we a right to throw the key into the ocean of oblivion?" Henrietta Szold "Km can depend on iheunfc quality & mm SASYlbOtf in glass jatf u „„„, K ?,fK mm



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24, 1941 *Jew!stIh>ridiar Cw Seen as Unifying Force \t" _• IIM.-. >irl Ii-leu ii'i ttii-tt fi.iMm on ""' iec0 nd In % %  ,, s of three articles written for the Jewish ,( Hebrew Month, which is being observed from PAGE NINE join I I BY A. P. GANNES nirortor Bureau of Jewish Education Executive Uirecio., veteran 'old this: "I was stationed in France ieturtung ^^ Many of us attended services at the VE i wish soldiers of many nations were there—united qog ue. .' ew ^ nd jn prayer. We all intoned the same He3 V ng Each inspired the other and we prayed as we p ra yers. Qfe Those magic Hebrew words united us P iay !" P back with the determination to learn the have come ( w language. be a stronger reason for knowing Hebrew? In 011 ulourc have been united throughout the centuries. C^and still is th.O!C 0 f worship and the Ian'of religious thought, and Es to be a unifying mex fast-moving today. (jlK j, a vital issue tor Jews i {or \ h world. Palestine is L and so is the rebirth of [Hebrew language. What Ujer link can there be bejews all over and Palesban the Hebrew language? serve as a bund of unity forld Jewry and as a means lew; partaking in the iciiais• of Hebrew culture. Lone admits the greatest rib'uLon the Jews haye made -orld i the Bible. This fcbution was in the original— .. Hebrew. The Bible and r -easures of Hebraic literature lot and do not ring in transits in the original. A Bialik [Tschenuchovski in translate its original flavor, its pth and its essential Hebraic Hebrew is the key to our literature, i Hebrew language and our heritage (religion, literaI history) are integrated and HI into or For those 1 are interested in the conl;v group, for i nsight into tjpiriibul and literary achievea good knowledge of the %  -.%  ntial. King Promises Better Transportation Wilbur C. King of Zolfo Springs, first primary loader in 02 of Floiida's 67 counties, headed this week toward the run-off for group one of the Florida Railroad commission with Fred W. Brown of Tampa. King is a member of the state CHILD'S POEM LAUDS LATE PRESIDENT When 31 year old Lola Schulman received the news that she was the winner of a contest held at the National Children's Cardiac Home, she had dual cause for celebration. For Lola was just over a serious siege that kept her in an oxygen tent. This is Lola's poem which won first prize in the Franklin D. Roosevelt tribute contest sponsored at the Home by Mrs. David Washer: FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT He died at Warm Springs, Georgia A place he had erected For Children with a sickness Of which he too Had been afflicted. He had a kindly heart No kinder man could be He always had a sunny smile For everyone to see. He loved his neighbors White and black Of any race or creed He always helped them anytime That they were in great need. His memory lingers in our hearts And I know it always will For in his life he was so great That in death he is greater still EUROPEANS SEEK RELATIVES HERE A list of persons sought by European friends and relatives has been issued by Mrs. Florence Finkelstein, executive director, service to the foreign born of the National Council of. Jewish Women. Persons knowing the whereabouts of the following should ARMY PROSECUTOR TO DESCRIBE TRIALS L,. ,.i,\ .1 j ln body c ula u! lm snouia nab laker, the lead in advocating!contact Mrs. Finkelstein at 513 a state advertising campaign to Congress bldg.: IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI MM PEMMAU •PMUMI •r. HB4MI (I NHTKUIT Mil! A T I %  Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home Low Rates [easonuble Interest on unpaid balEary Payments "merits, including in and principal, need more than present !" "Y rental, and in *y cases are less than Tent monthly rental. jynents 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 iocal people interested in local progress ona familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 attract more tourists and industries to Florida. Good transportation and communication are necessary, he declared, if the people thus brought to Florida are to remain here. For that reason he .said he proposed as a member of tin railroad commission to make better telephone service and improved bus and truck service his major aims during the post-war reconversion years. Obituaries FELDMAN Bam B. r. Idman, .'..;, dli >1 at ills home, 1010 s. W. -'mi HI Tuesday morning .\ resident of Miami for 12 yeai he i UIM from Hunt Ington, W. Va and was nn apai tmenl house nei. He w .i member of Temple i ai Sui vlvors lln i i. wife, Mrs < !lal • h'eldm in one Bon, Robert, of Minn I; n brothi r, • ;• n. Herman rVldmun, Washington, and four slstei Bervin %  • i.. Id Wedni (day ;tt the cSordon Funeral home, followed by burial In the family plot at Mt. Nebo ci mi %  GINSBURG Qua Qlnsburg, 66, .if 1731 S. W. 16th ti i-.. died Saturday In a local hospital. A retired gr r, he wa ;i native of Chai leston, s. C., and had lived In Miami for the past J'l yeai B. Survivors Include his Ife, Mrs. Molley Qlnsburg; three daughters, Miss Paula Olnsburg and Mrs. Qeorge Chu'tkof, ,.f Miami, and Mrs. Joseph Goldstein, Ualax, Va., and a brother, Isaac Qlnsburg, Columbia, s ('. He was a membi r of i he Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Beth David and was a Mason Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon it tliGordon Funeral home by Rabbis Murray Grauer and Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Maurice Mamches Burial was In the family plot in Woodl&wn Park cemetery. Congress bldg H. Silver is being sought by Stepania Frys/.tajer; Fagan Schodia, by Serena Schwarz; Otka (nee Ezvaelski) and Chackel Goldshtejn, by Hadasia Pozen; Anthony Kengyel, by Margit Sapirer. Mrs. Gustav Eisner (nee Badzdrow), by Benjamin Lewenberg; Edna and Izaac Metamed, by Jetta Botwinik, nee Zuckerman; Helen Weinreh, by F.sther Kohn; Mrs. Berta Weber, by Kurt Goldschmidt; Edith Dellmann, by K. L. Laps. Emanutl Godleb, by Gabriel Schultheisz; Sam Stahl, by Lenke Stahl; Berta and Miklos Grossman, by Dr. Tun Joseph. Capt. David Lemelman, Miami attorney who helped prosecute German was criminals, will relate his experiences today at the Downtown luncheon club, sponsored by Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. The luncheon will be held at 12:15 p.m. in the Downtown club restaurant, Seybold bldg. Now on terminal leave, Capt. Lemelman spent 11 months overseas and assisted in the prosecutions at Dachau concentration camp and Heidelberg, where he obtained a number of convictions. He also did preparatory work on the Nuremberg war crimes trials. While in Weisbaden, Capt. Lemelman helped the Jewish residents to reorganize community activities. Capt. Lemelman practiced law in Miami for six years before entering the Army in August, 1942. He plans to reopen an office here with Albert Lehrman whose houseguest he is at present. GIFT TO UNIVERSITY HONORS WAR HERO DOMIN Mrs Fannie Domln, 76, of 1219 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, died Bundaj in a hospital, She leaves three sons. Irving, Charles and Samuel, and tl ree daugntera including Mrs. Shirley Margolles and Mrs. Estelle Qrunawald, all cf Miami Beach. The body was sent to AUentown, Pa., by Riverside Memorial chapel. BROITMAN Morris Broltman, 73. of IS] X. w. Fourth st.. died Saturday. Me leaves his wife, Mrs. Bessie, services were held Monday at ';..: ,l, Riverside Memorial chapel. Joseph M. Lipton, President ypro s, : "" I We Sara Ton Money Collins Transport & Trading, Int. mi N. K. wan ST. Phone 3-0789 /* the BEST %  .1 GENERAL PAINTING Free Estimates Given BY BEST MECHANICS I. D. Gilbreath Padnt Co. PHONE 30729 537 S. W. 12th AVENUE RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 8-7S01 Beat carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER. M. 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tewybJlDipidliiaun Cffrm THE JEWISH UNIT 21 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRinAV M.V O 1 jgg ier Sunday Will Aid teal School Campaign Hie event of the local drive to help build the Hebrew Efldmab Medical School in Palestine will be a HM held at 7 p.m. Sunday at the National hotel. Mrs. Sola Pool of New York, for four years national presiVdassah, and now AeHadassah representative of the i S tate Q g M.nnnf.ment committee of Palestine, will be quest *'*'"* *-"=PJay 5 PRICE: TEN CENTS Action on Palestine Report Awaits Arab, Jewish Talks Management ft Morris Goodman, campaign chairman, has analestine doctors who arrived here last week will be the dinner. They are Dr. Zosia Jachman and Dr. Hella Maqierkiewicsz, relatives of Joseph Richter, of Miami Beach. The dinner will benefit the four million dollar national effort to Inquiry Not Binding Gives UJA I Allocation iditional $17,500 was [the United Jewish Ap\t executive committee Mion last week. This I total 1946 allocation to b Miami to S51T.500. (itional grant represents i of the $42,000 ox! $783,100 goal plcdg| recent Combined Jewcampaign, irutive committee also ut 7 per cent of the aside for collection overage, and that ional go for campaign The latter sum 1 to cover costs of ad| ne i i itated by f the campaign and the i fund-raising assistant (iild up trades divisions i drive. Disposition of of the overage was til! the end of the ct to the Home for Wing campaign, the | committee re-emphatand that Federation not build with The committee, howIfavorable to a tempo"ofc Home if the memI Home agree to be perjfc at the end of two [ %  9 are able to pro^ to cover the loan in (for the Aged diree|w meet last night to ^ Question. 'on Slates Meeting outers and directors lhe 1946 Combined 5 'campaign which %  oximately $825,000, n ll annual meeting 'Miami Je W i sh Fedihe 'd Thursday eveIWa ''onal hotel. The Preceded by a !$ %  b <*n nominat.. < the p rcsi *>e past year's cities win u„ SiScS Morris H, S C am Paign "I the T CWI h N"*o\ n and pVi char e *kiiA h0 affair Wlth a dance. build the first medical school in Palestine-. The school will be located on Mt. Scopus and will be an extension of the present Hebrew university and the Rothschild-Hadassah University hospital. Mrs. Pool is a member of the campaign board of the medical school drive. She was born in Palestine and although she was brought to this country at an early age she has always been active in projects for Palestine. She is the editor of Hadassah News Letter. Zionist Election Set for June 16 fet* ^ **r on P. 4, *r pas"• JewLocal election of World Zionist Congress delegates was tentatively set for June 16 this week as Zionists wound up their campaign to sell Shekels in Greater Miami. Today is the deadline for sale of the ballots which entitle the purchaser to vote for delegates. In the absence of Harry Simonhoff local Shekel chairman, Burnett Roth was appointed head of Greater Miami Shekel activities.' Roth said that ballots will be sent here from the national headquarters in time for the elections. Members of any Zionist organizations leceive their Shekel as part of their membership. Simonhoff left Miami early this week to attencTthe Zionist Emergency council meeting in Washington yesterday and the Ameriean Jewish Congress, of which he is a field representative, in New York from May 29 to June 2. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will be ne of the main speakers at the convention whose theme will be the future of the Jewish people m America, Europe and Palestime. WASHINGTON, May 21 (JTA) The Stale department today released the text of a memorandum and letter sent to Jewish and Arab organizations in this country in which it asked for their views on the report of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine, stressing that the report was "advisory in character" and "its recommendations are not binding." The organizations which received tne letter and memorandum from the department were the American Zionist Emergency Council, the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Conference, the American Council for Judaism, the American Jewish Congress, Agudas Israel of America, the New Zionist Organization of America, the American League for A Free Palestine and the Institute for Arab American Affairs, all of which testified at the Washington hearings initiating the work of the Inquiry committee. In the letter, Dean Acheson, under secretary of state, assured the recipients that their views "will receive the close attention ot this government." American representatives in the Near East, the department said, were instructed to furnish copies on May 20 of the committee's report and of the memorandum to the Jewish Agency, and the governments of Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan and Yemen, also to the Arab Higher committee and the League of Arab States. The Stnte department's letter included ?. statement that: "The interest of the United States in the questions considered in the r port is believed to be legitimate and is based upon the following: "(a) Compassion for and a desire to assist victims of Nazi and Fascist persecution, both Jews and non-Jews. "(b) The fact that for a number of years American citizens (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Orovitz Outlines JSSB Future Group May Buy Beach Hospital Three new developments are taking shape this week toward the realization of the Mount Sinai hospital for Greater Miami. Plans for the iund-raising campaign to finance the proposed $2,000,000 institution will be made recommendations by June 20. at the first organizational meetJune 20 Deadline Set for Answers JERUSALEM (JTA)—The British and American governments have invited Jews and Arabs to submit tneir views on the AngloAmerican Inquiry committee's ing of the campaign planning committee, called by Sam Blank, acting ciiairman, for 3:30 this afternoon in the Federation office. A permanent committee chairman and a date for the campaign will be selected at that time. Also to be discussed is the relationship of the hospital fund-raising drive to Federation's annual campaign. The hospital group is also scheduled to make a decision today on whether to buy the Alton Road hospital, Miami Beach, when it is released by the Navy Initial "esponse to Jewish participation in talks on implementation of the Anglo-American report was unfavorable. Several newspapers asserted that such talks in themselves would be a violation of the recommendations. They also cited the fact that the round-table conferences which followed the report of the Peel commission resulted in the issuance of the White Paper. Meanwhile, the Jewish Agency in June. ~Jewish'doctors" on'Mi' fa re P rted e oi "g ahead with plans ami Beach have urged the group for absoiption of the 100,000 imto take over the present Naval dispensary to alleviate the serious shortage of hospital beds in the ai"ea. The third major development, appointment of a committee to make a survey of local Jewish hospital needs, is expected to be announced next week. The appointments will come from Max Orovitz, president of Federation, which will make the survey. Miami SOS Sends First Shipment Nine persons were elected to three-year board memberships at the annual meeting of the Jewish Social Service bureau Tuesday evening. They arc Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Eva Plant, Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Irving Frankel, Dr. Alex Libow, Dr. Abraham Saffra, Elry Stone and Carl Weinkle. Fred K. Shochet was elcct-.'d to fill a one-year term vacancy. Three constitutional changescreation of a paid membership program, setting up of a trust fund and changing the title of executive secretary to executive director—were approved. The membership fee was set at two dollars The future role of the JSSB was (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) First shipment of Supplies for Overseas Survivors collected in the local SOS drive left Miami this week under the direction of Mrs. Monte Selig, over-all chairman of the drive. The supplies were sent to Mt. Vernon, N. Y., where the Joint Distribution committee, which sponsors the drive nationally, will process them for overseas delivery. Included in the shipment was food, clothing, medical supplies and comfort articles. Mrs. Jack Falk, chairman of the Miami Beach branch of the drive, emphasized that articles collected (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) migrants whose immediate transfer from Europe was recommended by the Inquiry committee. The plans include provisions for housing and employment. New housing to accommodate the immigrants will cost about thirty to forty million dollars, it is estimated. A new reception camp for the immigrants has already been established near Hadera. At present, it is occupied by 600 passengers from the Fede and Fenice who arrived in Haifa earlier this week. Addressing a meeting Tuesday of the Small Zionist Actions committee, called to discuss the notes submitted to the Jewish Agency Monday by the British and American governments, Dr. Chaim Weizmann declared that the report of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee offers no solution of the Palestine problem. He added, however, that if the recommendations for immediate admittance of 100,000 Jews from Europe and removal of the land restrictions were carried out, it would open the door to renewed efforts by Jews to develop the country. At the same time, he urged that the time and place of the Wcrld Zionist Congress— which is scheduled to open here on Aug. 7—be changed. Smathers to Share Platform with Arnall QOV. ELLIS ARNALL Gov. Ellis Arnall of Georgia will be introduced by George Smathers, Fourth district congressional nominee, when he speaks at Temple Israel, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday under the auspices of the Temple Men's club. Smathers will also serve as moderator in the forun. following Arnall's talk, which will be the last in this season's Town Hall series, Herbert U. FeibelmaiL co-chairman, has announced. A constant champion of the liberal cause in the South, Gov. Arnall has recently been in the news for his fight against the Ku KIJX Klan. His lecture topic Tuesday will be "The Shore Dimly Seen," title of his book which is to be published soon. Circuit Judge Ross Williams, a personal friend of Arnall's, will be a guest at the meeting. 1



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PAY. MAjJii!li -Jewlstifhrldllan PAGE ELEVEN REMEMBER, BROTHER that even though the Axis no longer prepares their bill of fare, millions of men. women and children overseas are hungry. Without your immediate help, they are doomed to die of starvation. Secretary of Commerce Wallace says: "If every American does his part in conserving wheat and fats and giving foods canned in tin or money to buy iood, millions now doomed will be enabled to preserve the flickering spark of life until they can help themselves." i _._. From a cycle of charcoal sketches, called "Remember, Brother" by Roman Wachtel, Belgium, based on memories of the Nazi terror. < OJ1 rralurc 3 ways you can share a meal and save a life: 1. SAVE AND SHARE WHEAT AND FAT Go light on foods that take wheat and shortening ... t!i, 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. ^ Use and re-use your fats for cook**; Taw haiiNd fata ***.. lka* are needed to make solpT and offer Products forjmJian.. it.Juno, i EAST COAST FISHERIES 360 W. Flagler St. Miami RAINBOW GARDENS 840 N. E. 79 th Street Miami GRAND NATL IMPORTERS 309 N. w. Ninth Avenu e Miami VICTOR'S 3622 Coral Way Food for the Epicure JACKIE'S FINE FOOD RESTAURANT 134 23rd Street Miami Beach SOUTHERN ENGINEERINGS METAL PRODUCTS 25 N E 17th Terrace Miami ""GORDON'S WOMEN'S APPAREL DuPont Building VOGUE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS U25 20th Street Miami Beach MARGARET NEWMAN Women's Apparel gM_ W.


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mp> *****<^ % %  +'PAGE TWO +Je*lstncr]dkM %  i • 2eUo*io% tffteahng, $ By ELSIE KRONENFELD Little Cornelia Turk, daughter of the Harold Turks, accompanied her grandmother, Mrs. S. W. Wohlstadter, back to Brooklyn this week ior a short stay in the North. Mrs. Wohlstadter had been visiting her son-in-law and daughter here for the past several weeks. Mr. Turk's brother and sister-inlaw, the Jack C. Turks, of Mt. Kisco and New York city, also returned North this week after vacationing at the Ritz-Carlton. Mr. Herman Slepian and daughter, Elaine, of 2558 S. W. 20th st., will leave next week for a month's vacation in New York city, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Canada. A student at the University of Miami majoring in art, Elaine won a ribbon in the university horse show Friday night and third place for the university class. She also won first place in the Miami Senior High poster contest ior the senior class before graduating in January. Her brother, Ensign LeRoy A. Rubenstein, plans to enter the university in June, now that he is home from the Pacific on terminal leave. While stationed in Yokohama, he was ;n charge of the port director's, office. A graduate of Miami High, he was attending the Univeisity of Florida at the time of his enlistment As ona of a series of events, Mr. Nat H. Hankoff entertained 40 guests for luncheon and bridge last week at the Cadillac hotel An air trip to Los Angeles, Chicago, Hot Spiings and New York is trie Mother's Day present which Mrs. Ida Optner received from her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simpson, New York. Mrs. Optner will leave Miami next Friday and will spend two weeks in Los Angeles with her brother, Arthur E. Optner, and his daughter, Joan. From there, she will visit her brother and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Sol B. Optner, in Chicago. She will spend a month in Hot Springs end another two weeks I urdines 5 u /;. vusw "Tfisfaostj DDT Aerosol Automatic Bug Bomb Made by WESTINGHOUSE in Chicago before going to New York ... Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weiner entertained at a housewaiming in their new home, 1770 S. W. 21st St., Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gitlin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wieder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roth, Mi. and Mrs. Arty Bress-, ler, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bermann and Sol Kruetzberg In honor of their young grandson. Richard Elwyn Weiiner, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown kept open house Sunday afternoon. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner, 1885 S. W. Seventh st. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levy and son, Lennie, from Newark, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Levy's mother, Mrs. Philip Stone, and her sister, Mis. Betty Alpert, 11624 S. W. 20th st. They are stopping at the Poinciana hotel Mrs Gertrude Covner, 400 S. W. Ninth ave., will leave | i early in June for Cleveland, [ where she will visit her son, j Irving Zimet. Irving is to be graduated from Western Re-j serve. He served in the Army three years and was overseas %  for 18 months ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Waltzen plan to take a Northern vacation June 1 j Planning to enter the Univer-' sity of Miami is Murray Bast, I son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Bast, 1101 N. Venetian way,! who was recently discharged from the Army after 26 months' service. Overseas 19 months, I he held the rank of T-5 and served in the Aleutians and Alaska Mrs. Nathan Rosenberg and children, Joan, Barbara and Alvin, of Miami, are leaving shortly for an extended visit to New York and Long Island Sidney Meyer is in New York for a short stay. Connecticut Couple Marry at Beach Mrs. Anna Bashow, (if New Haven, and Aaron Morduchay, 6f Bridal port. Conn., were married by Rabbi Musis Meschelofl in his study Sunday afternoon. The couple, who met here last year, will reside at 532 Michigan ave. Mr. Morduchay is a retired furniture dealer. Miss Cromer to be June Bride t,,n brides >l. n is Miss Florence Toby Cromer, who JTIUZ t! itm D. Wolf, jr., on the last day of the "wed,„,„•• month at the Versailles hotel. .„ > Announcement of the engagement was made by Miss Cromer s mother, Mrs. Daniel Cromer, 432 N. E. 26th ter., at a reception Sunday. Miss Cromer left Wednesday to spend a week with h t r fiance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin D. Wolf, in Fox Chapel, Pittsburgh, Pa. A native of Miami and a graduate of Miami High school, she will receive her degree from the University of Miami May 31. Mr. Wolf attended Raymon Riordon school in Hiland, N. Y., and was graduated from Lehigh university in 1940. He was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity there. II, served four and one-half years in the Navy and was on duty in the Atlantic and Pacific. He held the rank of lieutenant commander. The couple wil reside in Pittsburgh after their marriage. At the reception Sunday, Mrs. Cromer was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot; her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lionel Cassell, and Miss Lucille Schatzberg. Miss Hertz Marine fA M, S sCh ar i otteH ; L M a,!d ** %  R S1 725 Majorca ave rv.,1 r 11 "—SSI Earl Wi!lia ms> 7 30 at Temple l srad *' Appelbaum officiai 8 Miss Hertz mc ther| Richmond naval air ZL she was one of the ,~?l be employed as m secretary. She is a LJ Ponce de Loon High SI Pvt. Willi ams a^J uelC. w.lliamsandfef Williams, of Latrobe the couple will make't He recently returned ta than two years' duty. first marine division i| cafic. Miss Rhnda Polak i of honor for Miss m Walter C. Williams of, will be ben man for hl His wife will keep u book at the reception/! to follow the ceremonjl Ian hall. wi in.* WI .-1.1 WI mi* Ml.> LBUR C. KING led Al.l. candidate! I" 47 lounties In the first prl-LBUR LBUR iki'a hii ILBUR C. KING r. ved active support In every section of the lence nl the high esteem In which he Is held. c. KING Is the Ai.i.-i-'i,. i TMDA candidate for Railroad Com' experience In government and In business— ii the lir-i qualified man for this lmix>rtant office. C. KING will lgrateful for your vote and contlsued support. A VOTE FOR WILBUR C. KING MAY 28 FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER WILL BE A VOTE FOR PROGRESS Paid for l.\ Friends of Wilbur C King $0-98 2 In addition to being useful for spraying your garbage containers, the DDT Aerosol Automatic Bug Bomb contains enough spray to use in the average sized room 100 times, in normal home use. It's hand-size, and automatic. Press the plunger and it goes to work. MIAMI STORK, HOITSEWARKS. FIFTH Fl-oolt TO OUR READERS — IT'S FREE! On behalf of one of our advertisers, we offer FREE OF CHARGE this interesting, useful 24-year Hebrew-English Calendar. One copy to a reader, please! 110 E. FLAGLER ST. Lorraine Arcade Room 202 S. J. DESTRO FUR CO. 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PAGE SIX +Je*l&fl<*M**!L JMMY.Ittv, I • < I Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phon eJ-1141 Enters a. Second Claa. Matter July 4 1930 t the rert Office of Miami. Fla.. under the Act of March, i. l" Published Erery Friday Since1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor VOLUME 18 i NUMBER 21 Miami 18. Florida. Friday, May 24, 1946 IYAR 23. 5706 ANSWERS WANTED FAST! The news that the Ku Klux Klan is active again cannot be accepted quietly-by Jews. This is a different Klan from the one which rode in the night after the last war. That Klan was against Catholics, Jews and Negroes. The present Klan is against Negroes. Jews and labor. In the warped thinking of those who smear labor with "communism," and to whom "Jew" and "communist" are synonymous, the fight against labor and the intimidation of Jews are identical. Yet it is too na"ve to expert that the drive against labor and the use of the technique against the Jew -which Hitler had shown could be used with qreat success—are the mere products of chance. The Klan has been revived in Florida, Alabama and attempted in California. This does not look 1'ke chance. It looks like a plan. The flowering, or the nipping in the bud, of the Klan will be the test-case of the Jewish Defense Agencies on which American Jewry has placed its reliance. If the Defense Agencies can, with the cooperation of other non-Jewish agencies, succeed in curbing the Klan, then we shall feel 'hat they have proven their worth. If they do not, then the sooner we drastically revamp our whole approach to the problem of fighting antiSemitism, the better off we will be. What new form the offensive should take may not be clear now, but we shall have to find a way. In the meantime, the American Jewish public is entitled to know the following, if there are answers to these questions: 1. Is any segment of the American public reviving and backing the Klan for its own advantage? 2. What are the broad outlines of th fight that our Defense Agencies expect to wage so that we may have assurance that the 1920s will not be repeated in the 1940's? 3. What are the attitudes to the Klan of our elected officials and representatives on the local, state and national levels? If we can get these answers, then we shall emerge from the shadow-boxing stage of our fight against the Klan. it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegriphic Agency, Inc. 99 CONGRESS NOTES: The controversy over whether the World Zionist Congress should be postponed took a new turn the visas. vention bv the State department, which invoked commercial treaties, finally forced Egypt to issue following David Ben Gurion's arrival in the United States Ben Gurion told the leaders of all Zionist groups here that it is imperative that the congress take place under all circumstances, and no place but Palestine He advised them not to harbor any illusions that the congress will not open on Aug. 7, as scheduled. Leaders of the U. S. Zionist movement will, therefore, meet It can be revealed that Ben Gurion's visit to this country is to impress upon Washington the possibility of civil war in Palestine, if no immediate action is taken to admit 100.000 Jews from Europe Ben Gurion and other members of the Jewish Agency have a really hard job on their hands keeping the Yishuv's temper under control. Any sabotage by Britain of the Face Facts George J. TalianoK Florida Director, ADL (Public Schools and Religion continue from last k): The end of the war has brought a marked increase in the activity of wvivallsta and convcrsionists in this state. These individuals do not have as their conscious purpose the spreading of group suspicion, hatreds, or anti-Semitism. They wish to ".save souls and feel ihey can •'save" the Jews bv converting them. They, however, give no thought to the effect then activities have upon the total community; the fact that their activities cause tensions in the community and result in disunity and disharmony. By way of illustration, a renegade, self-styled, converted Jew last week preached his message in the public schools of Orlando. A revivalist of the fire and brimstone variety, this Hebrew-Christian rendered a fiery religious sermon in the assemblies of the public schools, at the conclusion of which he asked all the students who believed in Jesus Christ to stand. The psychological effect of this experience on the minds of the young students of religious beliefs different from that of the preacher can will be imagined. As a result of this preacher's activities in the public tax-supported schools, a number of distressing incidents occurred. One little girl said to a Jewish playmate, "I hate you." The other little girl asked "Why?" The first little girl said, "Because you killed our Lord." The Jewish child pointed out how small she was and that she was incapable of killing anyone. Wc are unequivocally in favor of increased religious instruction, but without encroaching upon the democratic principle of separation of Church and State. Inherent in our federal Constitution is this American principle which provides for the disestablishment of religion from our public schools. The teaching of religion shoud be encouraged by all denominational groups, but such teachings must take place in the church or religious facilities provided by the individual religious group in accordance with American democratic principles. We have full sympathy for religious education, but we conscientiously oppose the use of school property or school time, or public tax-supported facilities for this noble, but sectarian, purpose. This is not a Jewish problem, but one that concerns every ele! ment in our community that has at heart the lessening of tensions, the creation of unity, and the general welfare and progress of the community. within the next 10 days to decide recommendation of the Angloon transportation facilities for the American Inquiry committee for American delegates About 300 t he admission of "the 100,000 Jews delegates will have to be elected | will leave the Jewish Agency ... It is assumed that more powerless Action by the Jewthan 100 of them will be Palesi ish resistance movement against tinians, a similar number of dele. the British will then flare up to gates will come from the United unprecedented heights And States, and the remainder will that is what Ben Gurion fears come from European, Latinmost. American and African countries The State department is report... The American delegates will, e d to feel that Jews and Arabs of course, include the Hadassah can still get together on the recreprcsentatives. ommendations of the Inquiry Transportation of the American committee For this reason the delegates presents certain diffidepartment is supporting the Britculties since Egypt does not want ish attitude that no action on the -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHER Mtictfy QonfidetUid -By PHINEAS J. BIRON. Workmen's Circle To Hear Report On Schools to issue 11 ins it visas to American Jews proceeding to Palestine on business, or on political missions This is in line with the decision of the Arab league to boycott Jewish efforts in Palestine recommendations be taken before Jews and Arabs are consulted What many American friends of the Jewish cause cannot understand is why the State department is willing to go out of its A report on the convention of Workmen's Circle Schools held recently in Boston will be given at 8 p.m. Sunday by Max Gleberman, at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington ave. Mr. G'.t b( rman will also give a report on the two Yiddish schools maintained by the local circle. A social hour will follow the program, Members and friends are invited. JCRS BOARD CALLED And, at present there are no way to consult not only the Arabs ships travelling between America of Palestine who arc directly inand Palestine Only last month the Egyptian government refused to issue transit visas to 15 Amerivolved, but all the Arab states Would the State department agree that all countries of the can Jewish industrialists and American continent be consulted business men who wanted to fly on a matter which concerns the to Palestine to study possibilities United States only they ask for investments there They A Zioniit delegation will defihad to change planes at Cairo, nitely be received by President and were, therefore, in need of Truman and will hear his views Egyptian visas Strong interon this subject. Mrs. James Snvder has called a board meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief society for 8 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Louis Rosenthal, 4519 Royal Pal ave. The society will hold a boat ride for members and friends June 2 on the Seminole Queen. Mrs. Leonard Weisberg, 820 Seventh st., has been chosen to represent the organization at the convention to be held in Denve/, Colo., June 21 to 25. We present to you this week as our guest columnist David Butler. We feel that his poem is more timely than eve as the Nuremberg trials approach their final phase. rn0W| IN MEMORIAM Dedicated to the Judges of the Nuremberg TriiU By ALBERT DAVID BUTLER There's a Monument in Germany Surpassing all the rest For its horrible significance Which left the world aghast! Like a great and towering mountain, Reaching high into the sky, Made with Souls of all the millions Who were sentenced there to die! Like a huge immortal Monument Marking every little Grave Filled with broken twisted bodies Of Humanity—betrayed! There were Gentiles and Jews For whom Nazis had no use; Undesirable—because of Different views Or because of their Religion, Or because of different Race, In the new and mighty "order" This "rabble" had no place! It's a visionary Monument Which the world will always see As a Symbol to man's Vanity And stupid Bigotry To a godless generation Of a modern civilization Whose exaggerated passion Was for World domination. They were Arrogant and Boastful, Unscrupulous and Cruel They reasoned that the weak alone Lived by the Golden rule. They "scrapped" the Ten Commandments; Lost all human Decency. The "new order" had no use For Justice, Love, or Sympathy. "We're the master race." they shouted, "Pure" and "Noble braves!" "We" were born to be the Rulers, All the rest were "slaves!" There's a Monument in Germany That's fearful to behold For the countless deeds of infamy That records do unfold. All the weaker conquered Nations Soon were doomed to subjugation, While entire populations Suffered whole deportation. Nazi Concentration Camps Were filled from every Nation Where the "master race" of Germany Displayed their evil passion! Entire Families were Doomed To shameful degradation. They Raped, they Flogged, they Maimed, they Killed; Age had no consideration! They were Worked to Death and Starved to Death, And killed by Suffocation! They were Shot, and Basscd, and Burnt alive To speed Extermination! They slaughtered Infants, Mothers, Fathers, At a terrific pace To make room for exalted rulers Of the "master race .!" There's a Monument in Germany The Germans can't erase For they're Crimes against Humanity Committed by that race! This immense and gruesome edifice, Built by Nazi Bloody hands, Will forever cast a Shadow Over the entire Land! This visionary Monument Will be, till Judgment Day, A Shrine for all the Lives The Nazis took away. These Souls now sit in Judgment Unto Eternity And Judge the deeds of infamy, Which bears a frightful Penalty! Copyright. 19, Seven Arm Feature Syndicate) OES Welfare Committee Third in a series of parties to benefit the welfare committee of the grand chapter of Florida. Or,der of Eastern Star, will be held |Thursday noon, June 20, at the home of Mrs. Walt Hayes, 461 N.E. 53rd st. The party will be a luncheon followed by bridge. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Lena Simon, Florida chairman, at 3-3910. ZALIS ELECTED Charles ZaUs •* *># elected president of the Dux a group for boys aged which meets every evening at the Mian,. T ^ Other officers are Pui J man. vice V^^T Aronoff. secretary; man. treasurer; Sanford m sergeant-at-arms



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PAGE TWELVE Dr Cato Commends Y For Polio Precaution Dr. T. E. Cato, county health director, this week commended the Miami Y for taking precautions against polio in its nursery school. Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces that the precautions include daily spraying of the nursery lunch room, garbage cans and lavatories with DDT. Paper dishes are now being used instead of china and public drinking fountains at the Y have been turned off, he said. In addition, most garbage is burnt. In the actual curriculum of the nursery, fatigue exercises and play have been eliminated. The daily program is now centered around quiet activities. No child from out of the city is admitted to the school at present. Nursery children are examined daily and are sent home immediately if they show signs of illness. A public health nurse visits the school once a week. Mrs. Leon Kaplan, chairman of the youth committee, is in constant touch with the nursery and health authorities in order to maintain the most suitable health conditions BETH DAVID TO CITE HONOR STUDENTS Honor students of the Beth Daid Hebrew and Sunday schools will receive prizes at the closing exercises to be held 10 a.m. Sunday at thi synagogue. Miss Ella Mac Weisman, member Of the confirmation class, will celebrat. her birthday during the exercises and will serve her birthday cak • to fellow students during the refreshment hour. Members ol the Sisterhood and F-IA will be hostesses. Parents and friends have oeel invited to attend. Henderson Advocates Better School Care A full time, closely supervised maintenance crew of sufficient size to do a decent job on our schools is advocated by Janus A. (Jimmie) Henderson, candidate for the school board, district three in the second primary to be h< Id Tuesday. In calling for prompt and efficient repair to school buildings and the grounds and equipment around county schools, Henders( n urged Dade citizens to inspect the "deplorable conditions" that exist today. Henderson has pledged himself to fight unceasingly to see that the tax payers of Dade county get all they justly deserve. CAMP REGISTRATION Registrations are still being taken at the Miami Y for its home camp which will open June 24, Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces. Miami High Students Win Speech Awards Dorothy GoTdenTMiami Senior High school Junior, was awarded asilver medal by the schools chapter Of the National Forensic Z as the outstanding speaker he year at Miami H.gh in an sembiy held last Friday. Miss Golden was also the winner of the F. H. McDonald speech contest. Also honored at the assembly were Marcelle Schwartz, who received a certificate for winning two first places in declamation in the southeastern district tournament, and Harvey Relman, who received a certificate for earning the most points for speech in the shortest time. YPL AIDS DRIVE Canned goods and comfort articles will he the admission price for the Young Peoples' league dance to be held at the Mian;: Beach Jewish Center 8:30 p.m. Sunday. The collections will be turned over to the local SOS drive for Supplies for Overseas Survivors. BEACH PARTY SET Paul .Muni offers the following as food for thought. Draw your own conclusions: Before food rationing ended, point values were—brains, 3 points; tongue, 6 points! SjGUST BROS R* £ la the OtSTt LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in I Iness under the fictitious name of SANITARY PLUMBING CO. at 641 S. W. 4th Ave.. Intends t" r< glsti i said name with the CUrk of theCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS FRIEDBERG. Sole Owner. 4 26 % %  '3-10-17-24 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under tinfictitious name %  ( PARADISE TRAVEL AGENCY, at 1451 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Intend t<> register .said name with thrClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL PASTERNAK JIM BERNFELD HARRY DIETS, Attorney for Applicants 4/20 5-3-10-17-24 A membership card and 50 cenls will be the admission to Ihe Beach Y's beach party tomorrow, beginning at 6 p.m. An hour of swimming will be followed by a weiner roast, dancing and community singing at the Y, 1 Lincoln rd. LOCAL MEN WRITE HEBREW SONG A song written by Abraham P. Cannes and the Rev. Emanuel Balkan nas been published by the Transcontinental Music Corp., New York. Dedicated to the surviving Jews in Europe, it is titled "Shuvu Vanim" (Return, Oh Sons) and is suitable for four voices. Cannes, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, wrote the words, and the Rev. Balkan, cantor of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, wrote the music. LEGAL NOTICES "Tin renaissance of the Hebrew tongue ... is a potent factor in wiving the essentially Jewish -j irit." Louis D. Brandeis LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Ni'Tl'i: is HEREBY GIVEN thai llltlll hl| llltl 1} Mil E itli I bi i. Norman Lewis • Sc hatz, .i! %  the .\-i Landscarj NOTICE is 1 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to angasje In business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at \\M Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with tin. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I 'ounty, Florida. HRI.A McCUTCHEON WILLIAM CONRAD HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attorney for Applicants. 927 Lincoln Road. 5 .'i-:ii e/7-H %  • th • elve -ill moneys %  t.flrn %  ." %  • \ i i i %  i inic t J I 1(1. NORMAN LEWIS GREEN !.'•!'is r\ SCHATZ ARRY B1KTZ. tppll ..nts. >ngn -.Uldg, 24-31 H-311 7-K ARDA P1NKB NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uiidi-r8lade I unl .. p • RUBEN WASSERJJ \N HARRY SMITH EDWARIi II LEVIN 5 10-11 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business ur.der the fictitious name of .IKANETTE'S APPAREL SHOP. In the City of Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. JEANETTE PRISAMBNT, 421 Espanola Way Miami Beach. Florida. MEYERS & WEITZMAN. Attorneys for Applicant, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida. 5/10-17-24-31 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ACME EXTERMINATING CO. (not Inc.), at 3067 Mary Street, Coconut Grove, Miami, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEODORE H. ROBINSON HOMER L. HOUGH ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicants 6/10-17-24-31 6/7 3rd Avi Miami, inti nds""to"reSi Mar said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad( County, Florida. RBNEE MAI.Mi Til. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring la engage in business under the fi, minus name of A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE at 223S N. W. Miami Court, Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LulIS C. SCHATZ HARRY DIBTZ, Attornej for Applicant, 1105 Congress Building. -, 24-31 I 7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PURITAN i LEASERS AND LAUNI'RV. at 1LI1 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami, I'l.i Intends to register said name with the Clork of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT 8. BUSIXIW. Sole Owner. HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attorn v for Applicant. 927 Lincoln Road. 10-17-21-Sl NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In l','.',,",''," under the fictitious name of WILLIAMS GROCERY STORE, at .p. -N W 3rd*Ave,, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the I.IK of the circuit Court of Dade i ..unty. Florida. li \RRY HOBERMAN CHARLES FELDMAN LEON KAPLAN. Partner* Attorney f., r Applicants. 17-21-31 0,7-14 NOTII E IS HEREBY olVEN that iderslgned. desiring to engage In •under tinfictitious name of YOI.N08 GROCERY & DEDICATES>'--V at MS N. Miami Ave.. Miami. '."' •. .'/''I''"'.' %  '••BlsT said name with he < l.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade inty, Florida. 11111.11' GOLDBERG. AL LEVY. '• 17-24-31 6 7-14 Partners. /lft.17 : | ] Bole Owner. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that """.undersigned, desiring to engageTta Coumy'.",.,' c "^ < D*ds ALBERT BARON-. BARRY DIETZ. S "' C wner Attorney foi Applicant 1/20 6/8-10-17-J4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in Florl. ^ttJSPJfiSi MIRIAM POLAN HARRY D^rt" !" """ 13* Bay Drive. NormaTd M^uA Beach, Florida, Intend to register asid name with the ci.-i-u r,t £ ,., Court of hade coiin/v. £& ClfCU,t LEO STEINMAN MAX R 8 %V^tf L '', ACK 4/26" 5 7,-ro.i^ 24 M,Pl,Can "'' ..NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in I U'RIIiA BI Si.NKSS SERVICE at :, .'"-< Bt Ing. Intend to regUteJ said name with the Cleric of the cirCUlt Com, „f Dade County, Florida IRVING ELFMAN PAUL ELFMAN 5,1% %  An'^'iV 1 U "RAVER "/••"•t*JI O |-14> LANTAFF URGES VETS TO VOTE Bill Lantaff, 32-yearold World War II veteran, has opened headquarters in the Ingraham building in Miami to conduct the second half of his campaign for election to the state legislature from group three. Lantaff. who led in the first primary by some 2,000 votes over his nearest opponent, told a group meeting of supporters that he was "highly gratified" with the results of the election, and said that he interpreted them to mean that "the people of Dade county want a young, progressive delegation for the next legislature." "It makes one feel good to know that his principles of progressive and economic government for Florida are backed by the veterans," Lantaff declared. Lantaff said that he had talked to many ex-servicemen who "just hadn't found the time to get around to voting" in the May 7 election. The candidate, a veteran of almost five years service in the Aimy, has been trying to meet as many veterans as possible in the past two weeks to urge them to vote. "Too many veterans do not realize that their vote is the gun and ammunition of civilian life with which they can insure the kind of country that they fought so hard for and wish to maintain," Lantaff declared. Open House to I ^brate heir ^ and say farewell 0 „" friends when they Z\ house Sunday h ."* at the domeV^fiV "-an, 224oS.W.i h \ Lll l | Their son, Jni,., u Jewish Orthodox Li at? —as, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J son and their dau h M are planning to mo bVJ vannah, Ga, this Jv £**-' GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on s new roof later "Satiafactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Tome' I-710S W. 12bS AV. MIAMI V-TEL 334 J/_J 'YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" WE Of FICUUY KPRf SMT THE HAJOfdTT Of NWIWW JEWISH FUKRAl HOMES In/onaation Gladly fumahed on fteounf SERVING MIAMI BEAM t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish I iJmt4'{ uffll IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR md EXTERIOR... LICENSED and INSURED ... GUARANTEED WORK... No Job Too Larya or Tm j Eatimatet Cheerfully | • PHONE 3-6924 KeystonJ CONSTRUCTION C0.I 2236 N. w. Miami Cuitl MI AM MONUMENT Ci "Miami's Oldest and Largo Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wo 6 to 10 months for yoj monuments. We carry! large selection for u mediate delivery. All Styles of Hebrew Lettering and Designi| Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street | Opposite Woodlawn Cenntaj MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 Mount Sinai Memorial Par!) MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Beth Jf ftjfes Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel u Fox Further Information Phono 9-2664. 4-5922 or H** BUY SAVINGS BONDST BUY THEM NOWI '% % %  i --• %  -i— PALMER FUNERAL CHAPE1 C Tn ii > .. PHONE 9-2664 "' JMMO SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY "A Friend in Nt^d" 2> 0! x > ^^ E. E. CARTER. Funrl Director i *** ru0



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LWwHHRB DAY, MAY 24, 1946 [ May H and,< Service to Vets k S s hedul-d for WednesKc railed off to prevent C was calieoi^ ^ veter %  W^ilitarv personnel. Leon a nd TWB representative, ichulman. J WB KTln said that the Beach LftStt have formed a joint fcS Wch may be the K organization to carry out fen"ions for the commun.ty. lh HoHvmanson,USO-JWBreL J supervisor, is expected fc 3 arK-n June to meet with tecornmitteeonthequ e st,on. [campers toHold Social I osceola campers will hold a LSogether at the home of Herb K g director, 950 Jefferson C fro... 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. I Plans for transportation to the UP in North Carolina this sum will be discussed and camp „ will be featured on the propam. Refreshments will be lerved. I silver has invited previous Icampers and friends to attend. Its regular "end of the month' Luce will be held by the Emanon %  club al the Miami Y. 8:30 p.m. %  Sunday, according to George SiaIgeL president. Sherwood LaiTijne's orchestra and refreahImenis will be featured. California Sanitorium Seeks Local Support A meeting to organize a local "Save a life league" for the Los Angeles sanitorium for tubercular patients has been called by Miss Nina Ruth Feldman, field representative of the institution. Sol Goldstrom, southern director of the sanitorium's national board, will be guest speaker at the meeting which will be held 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Beach Y. A motion picture on the sanitorium will be shown. A $2,100,000 building campaign, is now being conducted by the sanitorium which was founded in 1913 at Duarte, Calif. Miss Feldman describes the institution as a national, free, nonsectarian institution. The campaign is for the purpose of increasing the present bed capacity of 250 beds to more than 500 beds. The sanitorium is not supported by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. *Jp*lst>rhrS(fiafi PAGE SEVEN Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RepreaontotiT. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Met?., 212 S. Sapodilla ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Lillian, to Maurice Crystal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Crystal, Montreal. Quebec. Miss Metz was graduated from Palm Bench High school in 1942 and attended Palm Beach Junior college. She has been a teacher in the Temple Beth El Sunday school and is a member of the B'nai B'rith Stars. Mr. Crystal was with the Royal Canadian air force and served overseas for three and a half years. Miss Rose Goldberg, Los Angeles, is a visitor at the home of Mrs. Mary Gallig, Gardenia st. Miss Goldberg, a graduate of Palm Beach High school, formerly resided here with her parents. She will visit in New York and Washington before returning to the west coast. Miami JWV to Choose Convention Delegates Delegates to the Florida convention of the Jewish War Veterans will be selected at a meeting of the Freda Markowitz post 8:15 p.m. Monday the Miami Y. The convention will be held at the Raleigh hotel June 7, with the Miami and Beach posts acting as hosts to delegates from all over the state. A get-together dance is being planned in connection with the state meeting. Rabbi M. Greenstein delivered the invocation at the "I Am an American Day" program last Sunday at F'agler Park. Rabbi and Mrs. Greenstein have left for Baltimore to attend the B'nai B'rith convention there. Initial steps in the formation of a Vaad Hakashruth were taken Friday night when Nathan Shocoff volunteered to act as general purchaser for those wishing to obtain fresh kosher meat direct from acksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Grossman, New York city, have purchased property at the northeast corner of County rd. and Peruvian ave., Palm Beach from Miss Sadie Musof for $40,000. Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Bermann Mrs. 15 He Bermann, newly elected president of Beth David Sisterhood, presided at a luncheon board meeting held yesterday at the Seven Seas. Plans for a full program were discussed and will Elaine Gruner is a member of the Palm Beach High school a capella chorus which attended the music festival in Tampa recently. Elaine is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Offim Gruner. i pn a wi. 1 K~— T ELECT James A. (Jimmie) HENDERSON for SCHOOL BOARD District No. 3 Father of three school children and vitally interested in the welfare of our Dade County schools. BE SURE AND VOTE ON MAY 28th Ray Lax is a member of the Abu Shrine drum and bugle corps which made its first public appearance at the state American Legion convention last Friday. UFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM %  MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Director! 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. I^***^*m** %  jV\OJ-U~U~ "" l ~i~' l ~ l i ~ i 1w WW ^ A ^^* C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. i — — ~ -.-. — — — ^ — | I | f L -n ~ f IV I I ..--•• LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Ha "111" niiiii IIIII in in IIIII II iiiimiiiiimi % %  |||li>l|||||iuil||| II pd"!! ..IllHlimllDllliilllllliHllllllliiMUll II nlhiilliim IN GREATER MIAMI BE SURE TO TRY THE NEW ATHENS CAFE 221 N. E. SECOND STREET u Exceptionally Fln WINES GREEK-AMERICAN COOKING LIQUORS Special Attention Given to Partlaa and Banquet* TBXDBB. t** •-* %  .aag f '^t'^aeMHalHBBBHaW^aVaValaMalBlBBBBBBBBM RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods. Delicious Pastries N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned P hone 2 760 SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Baach County. 79 NATHAN Snuus-DiiMKiiJiT-. 1,00 N. E. SECOND AVE. PHONE 3-0861 MIAMI. FLA. Announces The Appointment Of HARRY R. FRIEDMAN As Manager of Miami Branch HOTELSRESTAURANTS— INSTITUTIONSCLUBS art invited to consult with Mr. Friedman who ha. a hack-round of 20 yaars' expenenc. and designing kitcnens interior* planning ocktall lounges and Phone 3-0861 "The influence of Hebrew culture has pervaded and colored the thought and feeling of this nation ever since its beginnings." TERMITE CONTROL EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING GENERAL EXTERMINATING CO. 436 Michigan Avenue Miami Baach FREE INSPECTION PHONE 5-3765 FURNITURE EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funrai Director ABE EISENBERC. Treasurer In New York: 76th Si. and Amsterdam Ave. < i i % :, • r i i H\ r i J i 1 i I 1 a 1 .1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 ;