Twgp^- THE JEWljH UNITY F
THE JEWISH WEE KL V
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MAY 31, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
ionists Postpone World Congress Till December
immunity Planning by Federation Urged
(future role of the Greater
Jewish Federation as a
:ty planning organization
as a medium for fund
ttas recommended in
delivered at the ninth
| meeting last night at the
hotel. Another major
lion was that local Jewish
i be housed in one build-
Umately 400 people at-
the dinner meeting at
bxOrovitt was re-elected
hi. Other officers named
Kite Selig, honorary pnsi-
Goodman, Stanley C.
|Herb Sher, Win. D. Singer
irl Weinkle, vice presi-
Irs. Stanley C. Myers,
, and Jacob Scher, treas-
I of the more than 70 di-
who were elected last
^ill appear in next week's
! The Jewish Floridian.
presidential report of
|Federation activities, Oro-
I that a study be made
view ol dividing Fed-
j activities into the fund
[and community planning
iat:ng that local agencies
[ration will seek over four
I dollars fur building pro-
the coming year, he
iember agencii s to plan
ograms with Federation
ntee the "community ap-
to their problems.
ill spoke of a five-year
lily plan which Federa-
I release to the public
I near future. The pro-
lindudes building provi-
' the Miami and Beach
i Bureau of Jewish Edu-
Jad a community center.
piling the officers, bud-
laecutive committees and
federation and the local
agencies for their ser-
'l community, he wel-
fean was elected first
"*m of the B'nai B'rith
TJtt at the convention
'more. Md., this week.
WHAT MIAMI DID
Final results for the 1946
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign were reported last night
at the annual Federation meet-
The total raised for the 70
local, national and overseas
member agencies was $827,000
this year, as compared to $336,-
000 in 194S for 65 agencies.
In the 1946 campaign, 5.240
contributors made an average
gift of $160 to the drive, as
compared to the 5,003 who gave
an average of $70 last year.
erved as second
of ik' WM numed
7E ?' Miami delegates,
.' kave last Saturday
,'"a specially reserved
Vr^ a'm0St left at
-^/ail strike. How-
'* ^e trip bv bus
ih VltKs on th
JJ* *> for B'nai
or LArmy an Navy
^al b c'CUun' *
^mJl amt' a dis-
^nam?H i1' Florida
Cd S u llK par"
comed the Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth and the Jewish Home
for the Aged into Federation.
The need for community plan-
ning was also stressed by Morris
Klass, executive director of Fed-
eration. He urged that immedi-
ate steps be taken to acquire ade-
quate housing for Federation and
recommended consideration of a
program by which local Jewish
agencies would be housed in one
building or in close proximity.
Klass emphasized the impor-
tance of community planning for
capital funds and maintenance to
insure stable finances for local
agencies in good and bad times.
To Med School
Miamians contributed nearly
$18,000 towards Palestine's first
medical school this week in an-
swer to an appeal made at a din-
ner Sunday night at the National
hotel. The local quota in the $4,-
000,000 national campaign is $30,-
000, Dr. Morris Goodman, chair-
Mrs. David de Sola Pool, past
national president of Hadassah,
told the group that the proposed
Hebrew University Hadassah
Medical school is necessary to
"satisfy the intellectual hunger
of the Jewish people" who have
been deprived of professional
training for so many years in
Declaring that there are no de-
cent medical schools east of Lon-
don, excluding Russia, Mrs. Pool
stated that the medical school in
Jerusalem will train doctors for a
vast area around Palestine.
Referring to Arab-Jewish con-
flicts, she declared that "we can
conquer the Arabs by means of
service." Arab students will be
accepted in the university and
Arabs, in general, will benefit
from the better medical condi-
tions which will result from the
school, she said.
She also pointed out that medi-
cal needs in Palestine will be in-
creased with the entrance of 100,-
000 European Jewish refugees,
expected within the next few
months. Most of the immigrants
who have arrived recently from
Europe are suffering from tuber-
culosis, she said.
Palestine doctors are also need-
ed to go to Europe to care for
immigrants during their trip to
Palestine, Mrs. Pool stated. She
emphasized that the physical
health of the refugees will have
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Reporting on the 1946 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal of which
he was chairman, Wm. D. Sin-
ger called Federation the "num-
ber one campaign agency in the
city." In its recent drive for
funds for local, national and
overseas agencies. Federation
raised $827.000more than any
other Jewish or non-Jewish
agency has raised in one cam-
paign in Miami, he stated.
Singer estimated that this is
probably the only area in the
United States where the Jew-
ish community contributed
more funds for welfare work
than any other group.
As the first community to
launch its campaign, Miami ma-
terially affected the fund-raising
picture throughout the country,
Whin the Miami campaign be-
gan, there was a feeling of skep-
ticism by local and national lead-
ers regarding the country's abil-
ity to raise 100 million dollars
for the United Jewish Appeal, he
said. This disappeared as the
Miami campaign got into full
swing and went over its quota,
Stating that Federation has had
to emphasize overseas needs this
year, due to the tragic situation
in Europe, he predicted that in
the coming year the organization
would focus attention on and
meet all responsibilities for local
needs, including funds for a Jew-
In presenting his financial re-
port. George Chertkof, treasurer,
pointed out the need for an in-
crease in the reserves of Federa-
tion to meet emergencies.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
FLORIDIAN TO CLOSE
ON SHEVUOS HOLIDAY
Postponement of the meeting of the World Zionist Congress
until December was announced in Jerusalem by the inner action
committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine Tuesday. It was
decided that the congress would convene in Palestine where the
meeting was originally scheduled to take place in August.
However, the Zionist Organization of America is reported to
have invited the congress to meet in the United States.
The movement to postpone the meeting began with the pub-
lication of the Anglo-American Inquiry committee report several
weeks ago. Some Zionist leaders felt that the congress should
-Odelay its meeting until immigra-
tion of 100,000 European Jews to
The offices and plant of The
Jewish Floridian will be closed
from 5 p.m. Tuesday afternoon
until Thursday evening due to
the Shevuos holiday.
All copy for the June 7 issue of
The Jewish Floridian must be in
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Pal-
estine Arab Higher committee has
flatly rejected the recommenda-
tions of the Anglo-American In-
quiry committee. The decision,
which was adopted following a
special four-hour session of Arab
leaders, came in reply to a re-
quest by the governments of the
United States and Britain that the
Palestine Arabs submit their
views on the inquiry committee's
In rejecting the report, the Arab
Higher committee emphasized
that "only the Arabs have a right
to decide on Palestine's future."
The committee advanced the fol-
lowing demands to the govern-
ments of Britain and the United
States: 1. Abrogation of the
mandate and immediate cessation
of Jewish immigration and land
sales to Jews. 2. Establishment
of an Arab independent demo-
cratic state in Palestine which
would be a member of the Arab
National league. 3. All foreign
troops should be withdrawn from
The Arab office in Jerusalem
this week issued a statement de-
claring that the Arabs "refuse
to recognize the legality of United
States interference" in their prob-
lems in Palestine. The statement
warns the American government
against seeking early admission
of 100,000 displaced Jews to Pal-
estine in accordance with the rec-
ommendation of the Anglo-Amer-
ican Inquiry committee, which'
has been approved by President
A report from Amman, where
Emir Abdullah was this week
crowned first king of the king-
Palestine is carried out, as rec-
ommended by the committee.
A number of American Zionist
leaders feel that the congress
would be more successful if held
in the U. S., since transportation
difficulties will prevent many
delegates from attending the
meeting if it is held in Palestine.
Refusal of the Egyptian govern-
ment to issue transit visas to
American Jews en route to Pal-
estine has caused much concern.
Another factor entering into
the problem of a meeting site is
the struggle of leadership among
the various factions in the con-
gress. Location of the meeting
will probably have a direct bear-
ing on this situation.
Beth David OKays
$75,000 Ptrrcriwe -
Purchase of an entire block of
property in the southwest section
for $75,000 was unanimously ap-
proved by Beth David congrega-
tion Wednesday evening, Harry
Simons, president, announced yes-
The congregation authorized a
committee consisting of Harry
Markowitz, Jacob Scher, Ben
Spector, Sam Weissel and Al
Quadow to buy the site for a new
Exact location of the property
was not released to The Jewish
Floridian, pending the sale.
by Tuesday afternoon
See page 10 for a schedule of ,dom of Transjordan, said that
hr.ii.4av services in local houses \ Abdul Rhaman Azzam Bey, secre-
nonaay >" (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
of worship. I_______________________________
To Plan Care of Aged
Recommendations for the care
of the aged will be made at an
interstate meeting to be held in
Jacksonville June 16. The con-
ference, initiated by the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, will be attended by
Florida and Georgia community
Miami Y to Launch Membership Drive
Kickoff meeting of the Miami
Y campaign for 500 members will
be held Sunday evening at the
Y, Henry Jacobson, campaign
chairman, announced today. De-
tails of the campaign and a re-
port of Y activities will be high-
lighted during the business ses-
The entertainment program,
which will feature the organiza-
tion's cultural activities, will be
introduced by Ben Essen, chair-
man of adult activities. It will
include a one-act George Kauf-
man comedy by the Y drama
group, under the direction of
Hope Ellen Tanenbaum, and mu-
ical selections by the new Y Jew-
ish quartet, led by Leon Schiff,
director of the Y choral group.
Refreshments will be served in
the library after the meeting, to
which the public is invited.
The Y's 30 affiliated groups are
participating in the month-long
membership campaign, and youth
organizations are taking a par-
ticularly active part in soliciting
new members, Jacobson reported.
Volunteer drive leaders are
Mrs. Wm. D. Singer, Mrs. M. G.
Furman, Mildred Berkowitz,
Marian Lieber, Mrs. Sam Weissel,
Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Mrs. Ben
Essen, Mrs. Minna Lavine, Joel
Zalis, Sol Brenner, Harry Schul-
man, Sidney Lefcourt, Jack Apte,
Abe Goldman, Leon Kaplan, S.
Semel, Eugene Weiss, M. J.
Kopelowitz, Abe\ Pepper, Martin
Rothschild, Jack Gordon, Max
Shier, Leonard Jacobus, Harry
Diamond, Howard Lavine, Teddy
Sakowitz. Seymour Simon, Chas.
Zalis, Ben Essen, Max Mintzer
George J. Siegel, Milton Klein,
A. Brenner, Max Jacobson, Don-
ald Shaktman and Sidney Was-
Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner I Among the many local
arrived from Kansas City. Mo., dents a!: the convenUon jas
last week to visit their families Mrs S. H. Goldman pres.den
here. Mrs. Gardner is the for- |of the Miami B nai B nth Worn
mer Esther Shochet Visit-; en .
Harold Shapiro are his When Mrs. Benjamin Landau.
mother, Mrs. Fanie Shapiro, and past president of B nai ntn
his sister, Rose, of Milwaukee, Women, officiated at the coro-
Wis. They will stay for sev- nation of BBG queens recer'
eral weeks at the White House she announced that she
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
561 N. E. 68th sst., left this week
for their summer home at Avon
Lake. They expect to be away
award a trophy to the indi-
vidual or group in B'nai B'nth
Girls which does the most to
further B'nai B'rith activities .
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Ko-
until early fall .*. Mr. and Mrs. gan of Royal Palm ave., Miami
Samuel Cohen are spending Beach, entertained at a fishing
party aboard their cruiser
"Tomboy" last Sunday. Among
their guests were Mr and Mrs.
Simon Wolff. Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Rothman, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Ell, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Solosko and Mr. and Mrs. Al-
fred Lesser .
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen and
Richard, will leave next
the summer at their home in
Chicago until after the High
Holy days .
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, 3000
Royal Palm ave., has returned
from the North, having attended
the graduation of her son, Ted,
from the University of Wiscon-
sin, where he received the de-
gree of bachelor of science in
agriculture. Mrs. Hyman also
spent a week in Ann Arbor, week for a month's vacation in
Mich., visiting her daughter, New York Mr. and Mrs.
Rita, who is a music student at Harry Mandel and their daugh-
the University of Michigan. Ted ter_ Gertrude, are in Chicago to
attend the wedding of their
younger daughter, Shirley, to
Morris Goldberg of Cleveland.
The ceremony will be held
Sunday at the home of the
bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
is expected in Miami next week
and Rita will leave for New
York late in June to spend the
summer there with her parents.
Miss Civvie Appel, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ap-
pel, 4430 Royal Palm ave., is 'Mrs. Resnick
planning to enter the University Mrs Samuel Beckman and
of Miami in the fall She was son._ Douglas and Morton Lee,
graduated from the Lear school I visiting her parents in Ken-
Tuesday ... Mr. and Mrs. Mau- ,. Mr Beckman win join
rice N. Good. 1031 19th st-.are L^m in July Jack N. Kaler,
storekeeper third class, of 560
Michigan ave., has been re-
leased from service at the naval
| air station in Jacksonville .
'Mrs. Emanuel Solomon and
(children, Claire and Stephen,
I are spending a month with her
! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Stein, 1234 13th st. Their home
is in Atlantic City, N. J. .
Celebrating their 16th birth-
days, the Misses Carolyn
Greenberg and Miriam Kevlyn
I were honored at a dinner party
1 by their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
[Robert Greenberg, 600 15th St.,
'and Mrs. Sophie Kevlyn, 1034
Jefferson ave., Saturday eve-
ning at the Beachcomber.
MISS SINGER WEDS
Miss Ida Singer became the
,,,,,, 0f Harold Wissner May 19
in a ceremony performed by Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman at the Collins
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Abraham Singer, 1853 Jei-
ferson ave., was attended by her
Miss Ruth Singer. living
IWissner served as best man for
his brother. They are the sons of
Mi and Mrs. Louis Wissner. 655
Euclid ave. A buffet dinner and
dancing followed the wedding.
Mi Wissner attended schools
in Detroit and is a member of
Junior Hadassah. Her husband
completed his education in New
York and served four and a half
yrears with the Army in the South
.\:i. r a month's trip to New
York and Detroit, the couple will
make then Home at the Collins
Our or town guests at the wed-
ding were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sokol and Sol Soper, of Jasper.
Ala.; Mr and Mrs. Irving Wiss-
ner. New Orleans; Jack Singer,
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leaving for a month's trip to
Canton and Cleveland, Ohio,
tomorrow Miss Florence
Freedman is vacationing in
New York Also New York-
bound this week were Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Ritter, who will re-
turn to Miami Beach early in
the fall. .
William Friedman left Mon-
day for a three weeks' business
trip to New York and Provi-
dence Mrs. Harold Turk,
who attended the B'nai B'rith
convention in Baltimore with
her husband as a delegate of
the Miami Beach women's or-
ganization, is spending a few
days in Brooklyn with her par-
ents and her daughter .
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Elkin have
returned from a honeymoon trip
to Havana which followed their
wedding May 19. Rabbi Max Sha-
fficiated at the ceremony at
Beth David which was attended
by the immediate families.
Over 300 friends attended the
reception which was held after
the wedding at the home of Mr.
Elkin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Li on Elkin. 1519 Drexel ave.
Mr. Elkin and his bride, the
r Ruth Seidling, will live
with his parents until they estab-
lish their own home. Mrs. Elkin
is the daughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Seidling, of
Out of town guests included
Mr. Elkin'.- sister, Mrs. Henry
FY< email of New Haven. Conn.,
and the bride's aunt and grand-
mother of Brooklyn.
Producer David O. Selzniek's
statisticians have worked it out
that In.- new picture "Duel In
The Sun"$6,500,000 for its two
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A movie depicting highlights of
the 1945 World Series games be-
tween the Detroit Tigers end the
Chicago Cubs will be shown at
the Beach Y at 8:15 pan. Thuri-
day. The public is invited to at-
tend free of charge.
Also on the program will be a
one-act play, "The Little Red
School House," performed by
children of the Y dramatics class
under the direction of Myron Le
MJOC WOMEN PLAN
TWO FINAL EVENTS
Two social events are being
planned by the Sisterhood of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation for the near future. The
first, a card party to benefit the
Talmud Torah, will be held Sun-
day evening June 9, at 1545 S.W.
Mrs. Max Kupferstein, Mrs.
Rappaport and Mrs. Ethel Sho-
chet will be hostesses.
On Wednesday, June 12, the or-
ganization will hold its last meet-
ing of the season and install new
officers. Luncheon will be served.
OES Club to Sponsor
Moonlight Boat Ride
A moonlight sail will be spon-
sored by the Loyalty club of the
Emanuel chapter, Order of East-
ern Star, on the Yacht Seven Seas
June 18. The boat will leave from
pier eight, Miami, at 8 p.m.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Henry Rabin, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Bacher, Mrs. Charles Jamison,
Mrs. Dorothy Morris.
Tickets, priced at $1.25 plus
tax, may be obtained from com-
ai-'on a weddiM,/'
?^ the hon^S1
Th" fendc is the fn
Bronner, daughter 0(,
F. Bronner, Miami
Salman is the son,,,
JJj Louis Sne,man,
34th st. A family din,,,,
the wedding ceremony
Miami Beach Highly
tended the University a
sin. Her husband was,
from the University ,
and Harvard univetm
school. He served fa,"
The couple will m
home in Miami Beach.
scene of wedd
Following alwo ttecJ
moon in Miami Beach,]
Mrs. Larry S. Kushnerl
their home at 7745 N.I
ave. Their wedding, an j
May 19, was held at the]
the bride's parents, Mr. I
H. Martin, 125 S.W. 27thl
The bride, the formal
Martin, was attended
Doris Green as matron i
Neal Kushner was his
Mrs. Kushner attendee
in Pittsburgh, Pa. Her 1
the son of Mr. and Mrs. (
ner, Miami, served in
for three years.
Out of town guests at I
ding and reception inch]
and Mrs. Leonard Gra
Hoffman and Mr. and I
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,avid Confirmants; Graduates
Lceive Diplomas At Exercises Sunday
dents will be confirmed during exercises at
1 11 ? m Sunday. Rabbi Max Shapiro announces.
"Jat8< .he confirmation class are Adrienne Atkins,
1,413 m p Bender, Winifred Bernard, Donald Cohen,
pen, Maxin-^ F(shman. Morton Goldenblank, Nor-
,C0Sa Haber, Carol Kahn. Phyllis Koblintz. Myron
f Morris Arlme Perry, Allen Roscoe. Shirley Rosen-
']0l l Ira Segal. Rita Shlafrock, Lorraine Spiegal.
fJuth hi Ella Mae Weisman, Gene Wernicoff, Barbara
,td Shiela Zalka.
fcudents will Psent a
| baed on the pnnciples
sot Israel and humanity
anent P<*ce- Mrs. Joseph
president of the Sister-
jaward the diplomas and
,ard Safer, P.-T. A. presi-
dent Bibles to the
l dlplom. award. will "-'
, L Louli Helman. superln-
- I) S I !, to Ka-
mibari. Sidney Grosabersj,
., Bernard Roaenthsl,
[uer, Evelyn Schwarts, J"
L, ,,,.,,.., Simon. (intrude
[ j man, l Syman,
i Kkooi diploma awards tor
ha preaented by A. P.
I .'"' "'
"EHon, i" Warren >'_ "<
Hi Herman Boaenthal and
closing wen held last
kg.....re awardi 'I I" tno
fana Bundaj acnool honor
. honored were
,:.. ami lli-ioi. Henry
mmv fiulkif W Urecne,
Igai l-la, liordon
f... Begal, Moi 11 h Sna-
h'-'i honor itudenta are
Ufml Nlai ei Broadman,
Alvli L'api Bel na Sue
i ilne Peln-
Vti- Pelngold, Bstelle Green*
brtin Hurwlti, Dorla Kaaow,
p[. Stephen l-aiai n Bather
ml, Rabin, BJ( hard Rice,
Iota, Arnold Rrhatsnian, l.itH
Hard and William Sernaker,
kfI. Ko li. Segal, Ri va Bha-
Idta Sliler, Mervln Sllverhlatt,
V' fclla Warshaw and Kd-
Center To Hold
Confirmation and Hebrew
school graduation exercises will
be held during Shevuos by the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman reports.
Thirteen confirmants will re-
ceive their diplomas during the
holiday services Wednesday
morning. They are Sam Berman,
Carole Giller, Phyllis Goldstein,
Sue Goodman, Rosalie Owens
Jacobs, Fridell Kirshner, Judy Le-
vin, Mavis Meyers, Dolores Peck-
erman, Robert Rosenthal, Char-
lotte Safra, Evalyn Segal, Rhita
Social events planned for the
class include a reception after the
services at trie Center and a
luncheon to be given by the Sis-
terhood Sunday afternoon at the
The first Center class to be
graduated from the Hebrew high
school will be honored during the
services Thursday morning. The
nine graduates are Sam Berman,
Burton Farber, Richard Jabla,
Beulah Lauer, Jay Linn, Joan
Osheroff, Gerry Lou Rose, Ed-
ward Sachar and Evalyn Segal.
FOR BETTER WORLD
A prescription for a better
world based on improvements in
education, health, economic op-
portunity, the breakdown of in-
tolerances in all forms and the
Confirmation of the 1946 class
will be held at Temple Israel Fri-
day evening, June 7, according to
TSZS^&XZS was Rabbl Siiul B- A^,baum-
outlined by Gov. Ellis Arnall of | Tnc 24 confirmants are Lila
Georgia at the Town Hall forum IGaye Cowan, Fred Diamond,
Tuesday evening at Temple Israel. Lawrence R. Fall, Morton Berl
Governor Arnall's advice was
that the hope for the future peace
of the world, which he terms "The
Bar Mitzva Class
To Present Service
Goudiss, Aaron Louis Hertz, Mar-
vin Jerry Hirsch, Doris Louise
Hyman, Howard Thomas Hyman,
Shore Dimly Seen," is to "make j Robert Kuperbcrg, David Letaw,
better people right where we are." Jr-> Chester Jay Luby.
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k^HlRD avenue (nn n^ly street)
e stated that universal peace
cannot be based on armed might,
atomic energy or the United Na-
Stressing the need for better
education, he said that the great
deficiencies in education in the
South are responsible for much
of the section's poverty. He em-
phasized that better education can
break down the religious, racial
and sectional bigotries which now
However, he stated that we
must also rely upon legal proce-
dure to eradicate hate groups
such as the Ku Klux Klan, prom-
ising that he would fight the Klan
with every legal power that he
possesses. He cautioned that in
our fight to curb the Klan we
should not make it the subject of
persecution so that it will grow
"Let us not fight bigotry with
bigotry," he declared.
Arnall called for the decen-
tralization of industry to provide
employment for the maximum
number of men and women. He
asserted his confidence in free,
The Georgia governor express-
ed his opposition against social- ]
ized medicine, but said he favors
a program of adequate hospitali-
zation and medical attention for
all, implemented by the govern-
Calling for a reevaluation of
government, he pointed out the
need for liberalism which he de-
fined as a "theory of action by
which men of common belief
strike against power whenever
and wherever it is used to de-
prive men of their freedom, their
proper rights of government and
their pursuit of happinesss."
"I do not believe in states'
rights alone," he stated, "I be-
lieve in state responsibility and
state obligations. The federal
government has not taken any
rights away from the states. We
abandoned those rights by failing
to do the job."
And Roslyn Ann Mendelson,
Jules Pearlman, Jr., Janet Sarah
Quartin, Margot Jane Ritwe,
Howard Nathan Rose, Norman A.
Rossman, Jr., Stanley Howard
Roth, Audrey Lou Silvern, Elaine
Simonhoff, Naomi Spero, Ken-
net Treister, Norman Ruth Ullian
and Earl Myron Zissman.
Discussing the labor situation,
he predicted that the senate
(Would not pass President Tru-
man's requested anti-strike legis-
lation and added that labor lead-
ers will nevertheless realize their
unpopularity and curb their strike
Temple Beth Sholom students
who have become Bar Mitzva this
year will participate in a special
service Tuesday evening, Rabbi
Leon Kronish announces.
Taking part in the service will
be Stanley Arkin, Bernard Fried-
man, Marvin Goodman, Lawrence
Mamlet, Sanford Weill, Barry
Shafer, Arnold Straus and Barton
Mothers of the participants will
be hostesses at the reception
which will follow the service.
Rabbi Kronish has announced
that since the congregation is so
new, no children are ready for
confirmation yet, but that begin-
ning with the class of 1947, con-
firmation will be held each year.
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CONVENTION JUNE 9
Wih its state reorganization
meeting set for June 9 at the Ral-
eigh hotel, Miami Beach, the Jew-
ish War Veterans' convention
committee, headed by Maurice
Grossman, completed plans for its
parley this week.
The convention program will
include registration of delegations
followed by the general business
session at which officers will be
elected. A buffet dinner will be
served in the evening.
Officers will be installed by
Sam A. Rivkind, past national
vice commander and former head
of the New England region. After
the installation exercises, a dance
will be held in the Raleigh patio.
Committee chairmen for the
convention include Maurice
Grossman, program; Dr. Maurice
Klein, nominations; Burnett Roth,
rules; E. Max Goldstein, resolu-
tions; Dan Roth, publicity: Ben
Feld. banquet; Sidney Levitt, cre-
dentials; Frank Kline, secretary.
JWV posts from Miami, Miami
Beach, Orlando, Tampa, St. Pet-
ersburg. St. Augustine, West
Palm Beach and Jacksonville
comprise the state organization.
Due lo Shevuos holiday the
Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rilh
has called off its meeting, sched-
uled for Tuesday night, Walter
Kovner, acting president, an
ZBT ALUMNI MEET
RIDING TO CHILDREN
A summer riding program for
boys and girls between the
of six and 18 is being offered by
Miss Suzanne C. Shearer, owner-
director of the Northwest Riding
School, N.W. 27th ave. and 87th
A former professional dancer
who appeared in local night clubs
and hotels, Miss Shearer opened
her riding school a year ago and
even built the bain herself.
Included in the summer pro-
gram are 25 hours of riding with
individual instructions, trail rules
and monthy overnight trips.
There are 16 horses at the school
Miss Shearer has scheduled a
gymkhana, competitive garni
horseback, for July 13 and a
horse show for Aug. 10.
When the Miami Alumni club
of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity held
a cocktail and dinner party last
night at the Vandcrbilt hotel, un-
dergraduate members of the fra-
ternity home on vacation at-
Guest of honor was Lee Dover,
general secretary of ZBT and edi-
tor of the ZBT Quarterly, who has
just concluded an inspection of
the 35 ZBT chapters.
Shlafrocks Invite Friends
To Son's Bar Mitzva
Appointment of members of 13
committees was announced this
week by the Bureau of Jewish
Named to the adult education
committee were Mrs. S. B. Miller,
Louis Powesky, Mrs- Meyer Sch-
wartz, I. S. Shapoff, Mrs. Anna
So: in and Dr. M. A. Lipkind.
Max Meisel, Abe Goodman.
Louis Heiman and Leon Kaplan
will soive on the budget and fi-
Members of the building com-
mittee are Abe Goodman, Louis
Heiman, Harry Simonhoff, Harry
Sirkin and Louis Zeientz.
Kxti iwlon activities: Mrs. Norman
William Kreaner, Ben Myers,
\; Maurii StiK> '- Welnkle,
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I ., i idIvllli Mrs !.""
1-511. Mr. Freda Wwimn, Hyman
So ii Mi i. .-' k -. Joel Kails.
irj Mis M Krlwr, Maj
Meisel, Rabbi Man Shapiro, Harry
Personnel I Hi Iman, Ben
v .>is Shn|M.ff
lUblli in All v Vrol f. Mrs. L.OUU
, Mm 1*1 ai Ii Ratni
l., n Hiibennnn, Rabbi Leo Ki onlsh,
Rabbi Irving r-ehrman. Rnbbl Mas
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Volui i Mi Josi Ph Brenner.
Mi '/. Id i Mbmnn, Mrs. Henry
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HOME FOR AGED BOARD SEtTfalT
FOR FUND DRIVE AND BUILDING
Mr. and Mrs. M. Shlafroek, 1851
N.W. 38th St.. are inviting their
friends to attend the Bar Mitzva
of their son, Arthur Joel. Satur-
day, June 8. at i* a.m. Services
will be held at Beth David and
will be followed by a reception.
Arthur is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Andrew Jackson Junior
Having Recently Been Released from Active Duty With
The United States Navy and Marine Corps
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In the Practice of Dentistry
NRS JOINS COUNCIL
IN REFUGEE WORK
construction of additional facili-
ties scheduled for early fall, exe-
cutives of the Jewish Home for
the Aged formed committees Sun-
day to implement the expansion
Accommodations for 40 people
will be available in the new build-
ing to be located adjacent to the
present Home at 335 S. W. 12th
ave. Max Greenberg, chairman of
'.he building committee, reports
that final plans are being drafted
and will be submitted to the
board for approval shortly.
Applications to the Home are
reported to be coming in rapidly.
Goal for the capital funds drive
will be approximately $175,000,
according to Mrs. Benjamin Sher-
ry, publicity chairman. Date for
the campaign has not been set.
Mrs. Sherry said that the Home
executives have reached a com-
patible agreement with Federa-
tion on fund raising.
ir i stablishmi nt of a
major national welfare service for
newcomers in the United States
wire announced today by Mrs.
Joseph M, Welt, president of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, and Edwin Rosenberg, first
vice president of the National
Refugee Service, Inc.
The plans provide for the con-
solidation of the programs of the \
National Refugee service and the |
national Service to Foreign Born
of the National Council of Jewish
Women. The consolidation is de-
igned to strengthen the ser-
vices which have lien provided
by NRS and NCJW for aiding the
immigration, economic and social
adjustment and Americanization
of the in wcomers.
C nsolidation of the two na-
tional services has received ap-
proval of the National Council of
Jewish Wonu-n through a refer-
endum of its 200 local sections
throughout the country.
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SOS NAMES DEPOTS
Collection of food, clothing and
medical supplies will be accepted
at Congregation Beth David dur-
ing the summer, Mrs. Ben Essen,
Miami chairman, announced this
week. The synagogue will be
open as an SOS depot from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through
Thursdays, she said. Miamians
who cannot bring their contribu-
tions to the depot may call Mrs.
Nathan Davidow, 48-5003, if they
wish pick-up service.
The Miami Beach SOS commit-
tee will meet with Mrs. Jack Falk
to determine its summer program
next week. Mrs. Falk reported*
that all religious institutions on
Miami Beach will be receiving
depots for that city.
A committee consisting of Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Ida Fried-
man, Mrs. Pauline Chill and Mrs.
Mooney is preparing clothing for
W'th a capital ,
Wew committee, in\7"1
Daniel Broad, cha'mS
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Joseph Socolof I nil
chairman. Daniel R^
f. Morris E. Ru C *f
mg Frankel, T m i ij
Herman Basch, V/ilCH
Admissions: Gus TL ,
man, A. M. Bear l\
Sydney Weintraub; Ife
man Sherry. Mrs. BeniaJl
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Meyers Dr. Charles Lipp,
Julius Rosenthal. W
Budget and finance:
Broad, chairman, Samuel]
man, A. M. Bear, Joel Zalk
ney Weintraub, Irv,g J,
House and purchasing-
Danzinger, chairman Sam
bel. Paul Raff,
Legal: Mrs. Benjamin ]|
Sydney Weintraub, Judee 1
Personnel: Mrs. Benjamin*
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Ritter, Daniel Broad. '
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-MEMORIAL DAY IS FOR THE LIVING"
rson's guidance and inspiration may come from the
L r I came back t0 see my People- But 1 also made a sPecial
IT my inspirational visit. For thirty or more minutes, my
K.helongcd to my father, mother and brother lying these
L the quiet gr^n spot before us. This was my Temple, a
fcrt cemetery. The congregation was small, just the four of
Tl needed no throngs. There I repeated the appropriate prayers,
fcJnally and extemporaneously.
P" jct jj rcstful. I can be alone with these loved ones. I
off life's non-essentials and concentrate on realities. I
.. What |s my direction? Where lies my goal? Where in my
Maker and my fellow-men? Here I can think as I wish,
the confusion of crowds. Tears flow naturally and quietly.
hysterical tears, disturbing the peacefulness of this resting place.
these are tears of self-appraisal, of renewed kinship and of
Lion to go forward.
IHcrc I can commune with my mother as I can with no one else.
uiMtanccs and her personality brought Mother closer to me than
I one else in the family. Brother, being older, lived in another
Dad, ;i hardworking and gentle man, was at work by
in the morning or away for his health. So Mother, reluctant
Lve her family for primitive surroundings, managed the store,
fproperty and the children.
Ifair she was with all the children. Every child received an
Iticai gift for graduation, confirmation and birthdays. At 60,
jier learned to write English, copying words from the news-
She believed ardently in education and gave each child
[unlimited opportunity for education, that is, for serious atten-
1 to education. Were she alive today, she would have honest
iin her children's accomplishments.
THE SYMBOLISM OF MEMORIAL DAY
year, Memorial Day car- i ual inconsequence. They knew
i more personal meaning for the scheme of life. This day each
t&r.as of Americans. This |year, Dad, Mother and Brother
nny more people have a.help me renew my faith in man
lonal brief to symbolize. The and give me the added will to
[of immediate family mem-
; is here for far too many.
! is personal and cannot be
r the youth who died in this
jail is serene. No mortal act
(restore them to life. There
finality to death. Words,
I are meaningless to them.
Rth my family, 1 go to com-
|e with my people, dead these
I go to renew the prom-
la frail human forgot or failed
tv out. I am tied to a past
fe knew no finer people than
I and Mother. They lived re-
ps lives. They lived as they
. honestly, fairly, ener-
gy. Theirs was a deep re-
' for their frailities, with
ce and a sense of individ-
emulate their sincerity and sim-
plicity. That inspiration I need,
from time to time. I know no
Cemeteries, this Memorial Day,
will have their volleys, taps, uni-
forms and orations. These will
be forceful reminders that man
has not yet learned to live with
his fellow man. But there is in-
spiration and .hope, perhaps best
expressed in the words of Micah:
"And He shall judge among
many people and rebuke strong
nations afar off; and they shall
beat their swords into plow-
shares and their spears into prun-
ing hooks: nation shall not lift up
a sword against nation, neither
shall they learn war any more.
But they shall sit every man
A Shevuos party, featuring
cheese blintzes. will be held at
oy the Ladies' auxiliary of the
Hollywood Jewish Community
Center 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. L. J. Golden, 1116
Hostesses for the evening will
be the Mesdames Golden, Lew
Kravitz, Lester Kravetz, Yetta
Lefkow, A. Goodman and Norma
Novitz. Proceeds will help com-
plete the center building.
Next meeting of the auxiliary
is scheduled for Tuesday evening
at the center. Hostesses will be
the Mesdames George Harmon,
Hauser, M. Greitzer and Joseph
A moonlight dip and dance was
held by the organization at the
Hollywood Casino pool last night
with the Mesdames A. Feingold,
H. A. Fincke, A. Goodman, L.
Harris, Julius Harris, J. Gold, My-
ron Cohn and E. Morton serving
Joins Local Firm
Harry R. Friedman, food serv-
ice equipment engineer and de-
signer, was recently appointed
manager of Nathan Straus-Du-
parquet, inc., of Florida.
During the more than 20 years
that he lias been in the institu-
tional supply industry, Friedman
has designed kitchens, cocktail
lounges and interiors for some of
the South'.* leading hotels and res-
taurants. He is the designer of
equipment installations at the
Hoffman cafeterias, Strand res-
taurant and the new Lincoln
cafeteria now in construction.
During the war, Friedman was
with the hotel service branch of
the Maritime commission in
Washington, designing and set-
ting up a standard of food service
equipment construction. In the
fall of 1944, he was appointed
chief of the branch.
TO TRY "FLIGHT"
GIRLS CLUB ELECTS
Rosalyn Mendelson was elected
president of BZB chapter 58,
B'nai B'rith Girls, at its last meet-
Other new officers are Carol
S. Aronovitz, first vice president;
Natalie LeT';.ne, second vice presi-
dent; Bea Shapoff, recording sec-
retary; Barbara Boyell, treasurer;
Maxine Bender, corresponding
secretary, and Doreen Kaler,
sergeant at arms.
Mrs. Jerome Freehling and Mrs.
Sam Silver are club sponsors.
Perlman Bar Mitzva
To Be Held At Center
Richard Charles Schulman, 11
year old trumpeter, will try some-
thing that's never been done be-
fore in Miami tomorrow night in
He will play Rimsky-Korsa-
koff's "Flight of the Bumble Bee"
with Caesar La Monica's band as
part of the Royal Poinciana festi-
val. La Monaca says this is the
first time that the piece will be
played on the trumpet in a public
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schulman, 241 Ponce de Leon
blvd., Coral Gables, Richard was
a favorite of servicemen during
the war when he played at num-
erous service affairs. He holds the
titles of honorary sergeant of the
104th Massachusetts technical bat-
talion, and of chief petty officer
of the Opa-locka naval air sta-
under his vine and under his fig
tree and none shall make them
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlman, 4571
Alton rd., announce the Bar Mitz-
va of their son, David. Services
will be held a the Miami Beach
Jewish Center at 10 a.m. Satur-
Friends of the family are in-
vited to attend the services at
the Center and the reception to
be held Sunday at the National
hotel between 2 and 6 p.m.
Lear School Holds
Eleven Floridians are members
of the class which was gradu-
ated from the Lear school, 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at 1010 West ave.
They are Civie Appcl, Alfred s'8ma A1Pha Mu- national col-
Austin, Audrey Becker, Leonard lcc Maternity, will install its
Feldman, EJayne Frecdman, Lois | University of Miami chapter, Cleo
Ghan, Muriel Horowitz, Diane !Phi- tomorrow afternoon at the
Koven, Dorel Marks and Lois Belmar hotel. Following the in-
S.A.M. Installs Chapter
Wein, members of the college pre-
paratory group, and Betty A. Co-
hen, high" school preparatory.
The formal exercises were
based on the theme, "The House
I Live In," and were followed by
an address by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, who also presented the
diplomas to the graduates.
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VOLUME 19 t | NUMBER 22
Miami 18. Florida, Friday. May 31. 1946
SI VAN 1, 5706
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
A UNIVERSAL HOLIDAY
Were a Roper or Gallup poll to be taken among Jews con-
cerning their observance of Shevuos, which begins next Tues-
day evening, the results would not enhance the prestige of our
The festival is observed by default. Reform Judaism put
new meaning into the holiday by introducing confirmation and
the other branches of Judaism followed suit. Traditional Juda-
ism attracts worshippers on the second day because of Yizkor,
the memorial service.
But what Jews today should realize is that the foundations of
a future world order are based on the concepts which are in-
herent in Shevuos.
And this should fill Jews with prideand fill their syna-
For the message of Shevuos is that the Universe is based on
Law; that the Torah which God gave through Moses represents
the moral law, and that the Ten Commandments, about which
much is spoken on Shevuos, are, in part, a basis of conduct be-
tween man and man.
The Nuremberg trials, no matter how prolonged they are,
are a recognition that there is Law in the world. The United
Nations, no matter how tortoise-like, is a recognition of the need
for a universal law, and not that each nation is a law unto itself.
The emphasis on justice in international relations is an echo
of the Prophets, who are part of our Torah.
It is peculiar that at the same time that the world recognizes
the need for the principles which are inherent in Shevuos, Jews
neglect, increasingly, this holiday.
Let Jews not be so timid about their honorable place in the
thinking of the world. Let Jews know that their holiday is not
a relic of a past age.
Jewish leaders, secular and religious, should seek some way
again to make this festival a major one.
If the world recognizes the importance of the message of
Shevuos, why shouldn't Jews?
Influential members of the
British government arc urging
liquidation of the Jewish Agen-
cy. The idea emanates from
Sir Harold MacMicheal. former
nigh commissioner for Palestine.
. It is now known that he was
responsible for Bavin's anti-Jew-
ish statements in Parliament
when he announced formation of
the Anglo-American Inquiry com-
mittee. And it is also known
that he strongly urged Bevin to
dissolve the Jewish Agency. .
Sir Harold, it must be remem-
bered, was one of the most hated
high commissioners in Palestine.
He was directly responsible
for the "Struma" tragedy. An
attempt on his life was made
shortly before he left Palestine
and he was slightly wounded. .
He was well known in Palestine
for his anti-Zionist, anti-Jewish
and pro-Arab senltiments. .
His suggestion that the Jewish
Agency be liquidated is very much
alive in London Indications
to this effect have been given by
the Colonial office as well as the
Foreign office. And Zionist
leaders were given to understand
that the Jewish Agency today is
not the only central Jewish body
which can claim representation
of world Jewry. The decision
of the American and British gov-
ernments to consult other Jewish
groups, besides the Jewish Agen-
cy, on the recommendations of the
Anglo-American inquiry commit-
tee is the first step in the direc-
tion of weakening the Agency's
power and prestige Fortunate-
ly all Jewish groups are behind
the Jewish Agency as far as
the inquiry committee are con-
cerned. But all indications point
to the fact that the Zionists will
have to come to a better under-
standing with the non-Zionist
supporters of the Jewish Agency,
if the Agency is to survive. .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE I)
Dave Katz. West Palm Beach:
Nat Shorenstein, Jacksonville.
Heiman, Turk and Morric*
Urnan, of Tampa, were named
Florida delegates to the 1947 na-
tional B'nai B'rith convention.
Alternates will be Fred Shochet.
Miami: Lou Cohen. St. Peters-
gurg: Sidney Brown, Jacksonville.
In addition to Gradman and
Heiman. district officers are Dr.
Maurice A. Goldberg, of Wash-
ington, second vice president; Dr.
William A. Wexler, of Savannah,
third vice president: Ed Rosen-
iilum, Washington, treasurer; Ju-
lius Fisher, secretary.
Speakers at the convention in-
cluded Henry Monsky, national
B'nai B'rith president; Gov. Her-
bert O'Conor of Maryland; Mayor
Theodore R. McKelvin of Balti-
more, and Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
national director of Hillel foun-
dations and B'nai B'rith Youth
A CALL FOR MEMBERSHIP
The membership drive which the Miami Y will undertake
throughout the month of June merits the support of Miami Jewry
whom it has served for the past 14 years.
Within that time, the Y has extended its community service
program to the point where its facilities are now inadequate to
meet its present needs and demands. Growth of the organiza-
tion is illustrated by the expansion of its budget from $8,000 in
1938 to $45,000 in 1946, from a staff of two people to a staff of
14, from a membership of 200 to one of 1,600.
The Y conducts a cultural, athletic and social program to
meet the needs of all agesstarting with the youngest nursery
child of three years through the various youth, teen age. youna
adult and older adult groups.
1% Dutg(l!heZ01, ,ho Y WQS quick t0 acceP its responsibilities.
Through the Miami Service league, a group of women volun-
teers, it carried on an outstanding program for men and women
of the armed forces, regardless of race or creed
The challenge to the Y today is to preserve its basic program
and to plan for the future. Its plan for the future i, a mSern
bunding wrth ample and adequate facilities for group and mass
activities duected by professional leadership
Only through community support can it achieve the ideal l.
lor Miami9 "' eS'abHshmen< < community center
Arabs Refuse Report
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
As of Dec. 31, 1945, Federa-
tion's general reserves totalled
$58,792 with a reserve of $15,000
for the operation of local agencies.
Chertkof termed this adequate in
terms of expenditures made by
local agencies several years ago.
Due to the addition of many
agencies in recent years, reserves
should be increased to equal one
year of operation, he suggested.
Ht reported that Padaration'e op-
erational expenses were $37,511 in
1945 and included the costs for
studies on local Jewish educa-
tion and kashrus.
Exhibits of the work of local
agencies, including the Bureau of
Jew.sh Education, the Anti-De-
famation league and the two Ys
-were on display at the meeting'
A Jive exhibit" was featured by
during tha maatin* elease
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
tary general of the Arab league,
a guest at the ceremonies, warned
of a possible repetition in the
Middle East of a war along the
lines of the Franco rebellion in
Spain, with each side relying on
larger powers for open and con-
If war breaks out between the
Jews and Arabs, "no (Arab) gov-
ernment or king could refuse to
send assistance," Azzam Bey is
quoted as saying. "Apart from
economic sanctions, there is no
doubt the Arab states would send
arms on a large scale." He
warned that such a conflict might
develop within a year. Emir
Abdullah also touched on the Pal-
estine question in his first speech
from the throne, declaring that
"Palestine, that afflicted Arab
country, will be given our con-
It was announced here that one-
third of Palestine's budget for
next year will be allotted to the
police force. About $25,000,000
will be used to train, equip and
maintain the more than 9,000 reg-
ular and 5.700 temporary officers
and men. Special emphasis will
be laid on training anti-guernlla
and anti-riot units and equipping
them with armed cars.
CELLIST TO BE FETED
Due to the Shevuos holiday, the
Greater Miami Jewish Folk
Chorus will hold its reception for
Leonard Rose, famed cellist, on
Thursday evening instead of
Wednesday as or.ginally- sched-
Admission to the affair, which
11 be held at Beth David. w 11
hJnSkvTnat,0n nly Morri R-
hmsky will conduct ft, program
$18,000 Given to School
For Drive Worker,
Establishment of -u-,
organization" to honor
nity campaign leaders i
the country was initiat,
week by Wm. D. g
chairman of Miami'.
Singer said that
presented in the fall S
amians who played a major
in the recent drive.
He expressed the hop* thjU
the United States so that
community workers will t
formly honored and recoa
all over the country for u
efforts in campaigns similar?
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 1)
much to do with their "spiritual
Both Mrs. Pool and Dr. Good-
man stressed the fact that the
number of doctors in Palestine is
decreasing rapidly due to retire-
ment, deaths and lack of replace-
ments. They pointed out that the
proposed school will give Jewish
students who are barred from
American medical colleges an op-
portunity to become physicians. I man.
Committee to Plan
Whether the Mount Sinai k
pital group should raise funds i
an independent drive or shod
ask Federation to consider
joint campaign is to be det
in the near future.
At a hospital planning meetin
Friday a committee was appoi
ed to study the advisability i
this plan. The committee, whic
consists of Baron de Hit
Meyer, Max Orovitz, Sam !
Wm. D. Singer, Irving Franl
Sam Lachinan and Leon
will meet today at the Seven!
with the trustees of the
to discuss details of this mea
A committee was also appointed
last Friday to nominate a cam
paign planning committee chair
Dr. Zosia Jachman, who recent-
ly arrived from Palestine, made
an additional appeal for funds.
She reported that medical experts
are leaving Palestine because, at
present, they nave no teaching
No news was available thi
week on the decision which th|
hospital group made Friday
a proposal to buy the Alton 1
hospital in Miami Beach. N
has Federation appointed
committee to consider needs i
programming of the hospital.
THE JEWISH QUIZ BOX
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(Copyright, 1946. .1, wish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
QUESTION: Why is the holiday of Shevuos called Pente-
cost or the Feast of Wetki? (occurring this year on June 5th
ANSWER: The Shevuos holiday is and was historically
termined by counting off seven weeks after the first day of I"
over. Hence, we get the term Feast of Weeks, implying that i
festival was the culmination of a period of weeks. In accon
with this idea, the Shevuos holiday fell on the 50th day after 1
first day of Passover. The Latin derivation of the word "Pent
implies that it is the 50th day.
QUESTION: What it lh* significance of the holiday?
ANSWER: Although this festival is the shortest in duration!
all the three seasonal holidays, it bears a dual significance. Prai
tically speaking, it was an agricultural event being a feast of the fir
fruits of the summer harvest. To commemorate this event *
was symbolized by bringing the first fruits to the Temple
offering, we still ornament our synagogues and homes **"
and leaves expressing the ancient agricultural aspect of the j"
The rabbis of the Talmud and Liturgy have added great histon
importance to the significance of Shevuos. It is the anniversary
the "giving of our Torah," handed down to us by Moses.
QUESTION: Why is it customary to eat dairy foodi **
lain meals during this holiday?
ANSWER: The various reasons are given for this
stem from the aforementioned historical aspect of this noli a.-
anniversary of the Ten Commandments. Particularly in ear.
the constant feasting on meat was considered inhuman an^
There were certain sects amongst the Jews who were ve* ,
in their diets, claiming that the humble and scholarly man ^
who satisfied his wants with the meek and meager dairy di
Shevuos commemorates the anniversary of the Torah in ^
described the virtuous way of life, observing certain rn ^^
dairy foods was considered the humble way to approacn '
The Mishnah-Berurah attaches an historical fact to tn
ance. In accordance with a trend of thought in the i
practice of ritual slaughtering of animals for food consum.p o(,
not binding in its entirety upon the Jews before the .*' $
written Law from Sinai. Upon accepting the Law, whici (
to have been given on the Sabbath, all the animals prev> ^,
would be unfit for consumption since they were not tn ^
accordance with the Law and by an individual who ^ [
structed in the Law. It being Sabbath, no *"J*JSb*'
performed and so they were compelled by force of arc ^
eat dairy foods on that day. To commemorate that um ^
dairy food on the first day of the holiday. Others claim ^,
two types of food products on the Shevuos commemo ^,
loaves of bread that wara brought aa an afftring to m
f i#on Kaplan as
lA^iat'on ,^ firm of My-
KeHe"man. announced this
andu together three of
i's ouUtana.ng communal
Luate of the New Jersey
' grt 1 Mr Kaplan was ad-
hrrho New Jersey bar in
feb ought his family here
9' a h is Diact ced law in
**& MO. Mr. Kaplan
^ thr firm *hen il WaS r;
"ft, hv Stanley C. Myers and
fHian in beceml*r,IJJJ
three partners are board
ih of the Greater Miami
^Federation. Mr Kaplan is
President and chairman of
W of doctors of the Mi-
president of the H.l-
Aivisory council and vice
int of the Bureau of Jew-
Ction. He is a past pres,
,, of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
Mr Mvers holds the office of
.final president 01 the Jewish
Eons and Welfare Funds
"Vas chairman of the recent
ade county Community Chest
jnpaign and is a past president
Federation and the Dade coun-
Council of Social Agencies
Mr. Heiman is a vice president
B'nai B'rith district five, presi-
nt of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
lion and an officer of the Hillel
visory council. He is past state
lairman of Hillel and formerly
rved on the national grand
until of Tau Epsilon Phi.
Although not announced until
is week, the partnership of My-
Heiman and Kaplan went in-
, jffect April 1. The firm's of-
ices are located at 650 Seybold
To Mark Anniversary
Eighteen years of Jewish au-
tonomy in Biro-Bidjan, Soviet
Union, will be celebrated by the
Greater Miami "Icor" committee
at 8 p.m. Monday evening in room
three of the Beach Y.
A program suitable to the occa-
sion has been arranged. The pub-
lic is invited to attend free of
Stein To Be Graduated
Marshall I. Stein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, 900 16th
St., will be graduated from the
New York Military academy at
Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y., June
A private in the corps of cadets,
Stein has participated in Junior
varsity football, intramural bas-
ketball and varsity track events.
MRS. MART SCHREBNICK. linn i ill n
Lillian Schocoff was recently
graduated from the Palm Beach
Vocational-Technical School of
Beauty Culture. Miss Schocoff is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Gruner, former ser-
geant in the infantry, is enrolled
at the University of North Caro-
lina, where he is an outstanding
tennis player. Stanley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner, are
long-time local residents.
will open their hotel, the Moun-
tain Lake, for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Stein have de-
parted for their home in New
York. During their two month
stay here, they attended the Bar
Mitzva of their grandson, Jackie
in the Navy, he is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Schupler, of this
city. His wife, the former Lily
Dave is the daughter of Mr. and.
Mrs. L. Dave, M st, and has been
making her home at Gainesville
while her husband was a student.
Swedish Zionist Speaks
Norbert Maurer of Stockham,
Sweden, gave a first hand report
of the Jewish situation in Europe
when he spoke before the Miami
Beach Zionist luncheon club
Wednesday. Mr. Maurer is a for-
mer member of the executive
committee of seven which con-
stituted the governing body of
the Zionist federation for Scandi-
The luncheons, held each Wed-
nesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Na-
tional hotel, will continue
throughout the summer, Jack D.
Burns, acting district president,
announced this week.
Dave Aaron is a member of
West Palm Beach's 1946 Gulf-
stream championship track and
field team. Dave, the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aaron,
makes his home with his aunt,
Mrs. Rose Aaron, 13th St.
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein was
renamed spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Beth El at a meeting
Ira E. Levin will receive his
degree of bachelor of science in
Business administration from the
University of Florida the latter
part of this month. He is the son
of Abraham Levin and the late
Mrs. Esther Levin of this city.
Ira was 0 member of the famous
Sixth Armored division and saw
service in France and Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rotfeld,
1101 Okechobee rd., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Sylvia, to Israel D. Schur, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. A. L. Schur, Chi-
cago. The marriage will be held
at Temple Beth El June 16. Mr.
Schur is a former "Yeshiva Buch-
or." He was recently discharged
from the Army after more than
four years service.
Palestine Flower Day will be
slebrated locally Sunday with the
lie of flowers which will bene-
jht the Jewish National Fund, ac-
ording to Isidore Goldberg,
Cooperating in the project will
i the Miami and Beach Zionist
districts, the Pioneer Women's or-
lamzations and the Mizrachi,
; members will be stationed
1 synagogues, schools and other
*y spots to sell the Uowers.
I The drive is sponsored by the
hwtti National Fund, the instru-
mentality of the Zionist move-
1 for the acquisition of Pal-
tf's soil as the property of the
1,600 Ask Truman's Aid
Over 1600 Miami Beach resi-
dents have reported sending tele-
grams to the White House urging
President Truman to implement
the immigration of 100,000 Jews
from Europe to Palestine.
Jack D. Burris, acting president
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, estimated that another four
or five hundred people have sent
messages to the President at the
suggestion of the district, but that
they had not reported their ac-
Dr. Michael Smith has been
awarded the bronze star medal
for meritorious achievement in
connection with military opera-
tions against the Japanese on
Okinawa. Dr. Smith was dis-
charged irom the Army with the
rank of major last November.
Another graduate wil be Moses
(Moe) Senupler, who will receive
the Ll.B., his second degree from
the University. A former ensign
Mr. and Mrs. M. Zamore and
daughters, Millie and Sara, have
left for their summer place, Lake-
side Crest House, Ellenville, N.Y.
L. Trachtenber accompanied
Hightlights of the B'nai B'rith
district convention, held in Bal-
timore this week, will be given
by delegates at the B'nai B'rith
weekly luncheon to be held at
12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown
club, Seybold bldg.
L. Trachtenberg and son, Mil-
ton, 736 M st., have left by car
for Ellenville, N.Y., where they
FOR THE BEST IN
WEST PALM BEACH
NOTICE IS HKRKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deHlrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CITY LINK OHOCKKY, at Miami.
Ha., Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
VON ZAMFT. SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
N. W. Miiell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. F.vllle, Funeral Director*
413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach. Fla.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE HOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Ave Coral Gables, Fla.. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
BERNARD C CROSS
STANLEY J. BROMBERC
Attorney for Applicants
WINS SPANISH AWARD
Miss Louise Raphael ws
awarded the Miami Beach Senior
High school Spanish medal dur-
ing an assembly Tuesday for her
excellence in the language.
An 11th grade student, she is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ez-
ra Raphael, 236 Washington ave.
iitflm ii iilmillm
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t The Appointment Of
HARRY R. FRIEDMAN
As Manager of Miami Branch
,r, invited to con.ult with Mr.
Fri.dman who ha. a back-
ound of 20 year.' .xp.ri.nc.
kitcn.n.. cJcKt.il loung.a and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TUB TAMIAMI FURNITURE & TOY
MANUFACTURING CO.. at Miami.
Fla Intend tn register said name,
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I '.i'Ii- County. Florida.
NATALIE If. WKINSTKIN.
420 Lincoln Road.
Attorney for Applicants,
436 Michigan Avenue
1216 Washington Are.
TH06- M. BUiiNS. JR.
ABE EI6ENBERC. Treaiurtr
Ih Mew York:
76th St. and Amsterdam Ave.
1 1 1 ;
1 1 1
550.000 JEWS SERVED
IN WORLD WAR II
NEW YORKThe fourth issue
of "These Are The Facts," a com-
pilation of statistics on Jewish
participation in World War II pre-
sented in pamphlet form, was re-
leased this week by the Bureau of
War Records of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board. The figures dis-
close that 550,000 men and women
of Jewish faith have served in
the armed forces of the United
States in the course of World
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, president
of the Pioneer Women's organiz-
ation, club number one, has an-
nounced that Mrs. Sadie Karasik
was named a vice president in
the recent election. Mrs. David
Friedman was appointed cultural
chairman and will be assisted by
Mrs. Sonva Gorbert, co-chairman.
Beth David Women
Assist At Social Event
Blood Donors to Get
Rides From Red Cross
To make possible blood dona-
tions from downtown workers,
the American Red Cross Motor
corpus, in cooperation with the
I lade County Blood Bank, began
this week to provide transporta-
tion to and from the Blood Bank
for employee groups.
All arrangements may be made
through Miss Betty Franck, the
[Dade County Bood Bank, 1750 N.
|W. 10th ave., phone 9-1631.
Final social event of Beth Dav-
While the returns on casualties
are not yet complete, close to 7,-
500 Jews are known to have died
in service. The total number of
casualties thus far definitely au-
thenticated as Jewish, according
to "These Are The Facts," ap-
Calling attention to the fact
that the number of Jews in serv-
ice was the equivalent of 37 di-JMax Siegel,
visions, "These Are The Facts"'Gorman.
disclose that close to 17,500 Jews-------------------------------------------'
in uniform were recipients of cita- were in other ground force units,
tions for valor and merit, and neatly three out of ten were in
that they hold an aggregate of the Air Force, and of these, al-
id was held Sunday evening with JAMAR CLUB ELECTS
members of the Sisterhood and
the P-TA serving as hostesses
with Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs,
Among the hostesses were the
Mesdames Jack August, Joseph
Bermann, Max Feldman, Harry
Gordon, L. Hartz, Charles Lud-
wig, Ed Safer, David Sernaker.
Alex Stiebel and
33,446 awards. Jews served in
every type of military activity,
the figures show. Eighty p( rcent
Murray Schuhnan was elected
president of the newly formed Ta-
mar Men's club of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
Elected with him were Emanuel
Karger, vice president; Morris
Fineman, secretary; Lester Rosen-
Members of the board of di-
rectors are Bernard Klein, Mur-
ray Simon, Joseph Cohen, Rabbi
Murray Grauer and Harry Bear.
most one-fourth were flying per-
In special studies of physicians
of the 550,000 Jews were in the | in uniform, it was revealed that
army, studies conducted by the! more than one-third of all Jew-
Bureau of War Records indicate,
17 percent were in the Navy, 2
percent were in the Marine Corps,
and 1 percent in the Coast Guard.
Of those in the Army, one-sixth
were in the infantrv, one-twelfth
ish doctors in the United States
served in the armed forces, while
figures on dentists demonstrate
that fully thirty percent of the
Jewish dentists in the New York
metropolitan area saw service.
A director who called on Eddie
Cantor at RKO the other day
couldn't find his way off the
studio lot. He returned to Cantor
and asked. "Say, how do you
get out of here?"
"Just make two bad pictures,"
Last Night of Dog Racing
Featuring the Running of
The 20th ANNUAL
10th Race Over the
Long Biscnync Course
9th Race Over the
Long Bisc.iyne Courte
G. I. JANE
Bringing Together Some Of The Notion1!
Greoteit Dogi Competing For A Pgr$e Of
We hope you've enjoyed the enter
tainment provided at Biscayne hu
aon and now $% J*J
" son we say. "Goodbye and thank, "
until 8:15 Sportsman Bu, Service leaved' 7lhd ff"nl ^ min'
Ave. at 7:15 and 7:45 P.M. Inter cTtvHu.rJ St" .*' co>"*
Collins Ave. at 7:15 and 7:45 nightly* Co">pany leaves 1451
jstli Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves
UIA TRADES GROUPS
PLAY MAJOR ROLE
"A real job is being done by the
trades division of the United Jew-
ish Appeal," Wm. D. Singer,
chairman of the 1946 local cam-
paign, reported on his return
from Chicago last week.
Singer attended a UJA execu-
tive committee meeting in Chi-
cago and reported on the Miami
drive which raised $827,000.
As a result of organization of
the trades divisions on a national
level, many large gifts have been
procured, Singer stated. Among
these contributions were $150,000
from a newspaper publishser and
several $100,000 gifts in the de-
partment store field in Phila-
delphia. Members of the liquor
industry have contributed $50,000
in Peoria, 111.. $100,000 in New
York city, and $175,000 in Minne-
apolis. The total goal in Minne-
apolis is $1,000,000.
While in Chicago, Singer at-
tended the conference at which
the Jewish community pledged
itself to raise $9,000,000 for the
UJA. He expressed confidence
that the goal would be raised.
Speaking of non-Jewish con-
tributions to the national cam-
paign, Singer said that Dallas
Gentiles had organized their own
UJA drive and raised $70,000. In
New York city, a separate com-
mittee, headed by Nelson Rocke-
feller, is raising funds on behalf
of the UJA.
Although there was no sepa-
rate non-Jewish drive in Miami,
substantial gifts were received
from non-Jews from race tracks,
newspapers and department
stores, Singer declared.
Before going to Chicago, he at-
tended the national Jewish Wel-
fare board convention in Wash-
ington and visited in New York
Judge Samuel Rosenman, for-
mer advisor and aide to the late
President Roosevelt, was guest
this week of Samuel Goldwyn at
lunch and on a tour through the
studio. Seems he likes Holly-
wood quite a bit!
Real Gentleman's Estate
Red Road On* Acre
Near Malhecon Hammock
Bathing Beach. Miami Univer-
sity and High School
211 Feet on Red Road
2 btdroomi, 2 tiled baths, all
floors tiled, big new electric
icebox and stove, aolar. A
high-class rural community.
Propertits like this are scarce
today, it kinds of fruit trees.
Extra utility one-room build-
ing. Adjacent extra acre avail-
able with bearing fruit trees.
Owner's emergency low price
$15,500. $8,500 cash, balance
$150 monthly at 6% including
I enjoy your "The Drama
of Palestine" aeries and en-
close $---------------towards its
cost and for your other good
Writ, to Miami Beach Zionist
WTAT\ C*** R*dio "
Hadassah Sends Fll
New York, JTy"V.
W^en's Zionist or! ^
cabled $320,000 L"* 1
yah (immigration* rY<*U
Jewish Agt-ncy for p?" <1
Jerusalem to Drov ,< ^1
share of funds E> J
care, f0r 700 refugt^'l
have entered thc HqIv i**
* the past three vSki*"'
ents in con^^l
brought to Palestinehl?H
dassah is ,h, offc l*b|
tive in the V+ggg*
A Shcvuos festival win V.J
by the Jewish National WJ
alliance ,n conjunction Si
Pioneer Women', wg2J
BeaehyYeVtn,ng' ^ H
A. Freedman and MrijJ
will provide the cultural^
Community singing wflj *ii
by AM. Dorff and refreh
will be served.
The public is invited ,
sion will be 50 cents per,
HENDERSONVILLE, ft C
Private Swimming Pool
Excellent Jewish-America |
JUNE THRU SE
SIO and BLANCHE LEWIS
,5 HUNZ STtAIMWIs**
m to Palestine Linked
ih Rebirth of Hebrew
Lnee of Hebrew aa
e age is the unda-
iJJent of Zionism m
tore of Palestine. "c-
Ihrtuagc of the Bible.
IS m common use
Eie and remained for
. religious language. At
,U of the 18th cent-
BUJ a secular Hebrew
[had developed among
If Eastern and Central
(This, however, was a
trarv movement in a
, which nobody habit-
|e or thought.
j of Zionism as an or-
lie return to Palestine
return to Hebrew. The
jfce national movi ment
be confined to political
lomic aspects of life
id to include a cultural
Rich was necessarily
ebrew, the language of
Lnatior.al past and its
tbution to civilization.
I Hebrew was the only
fa common language
lot community of Jews
Palestine from all parts
lid. Consequently, with
f the national idea in
I the last century, and
ihment of Jewish s< t-
\ Palestine, the Hebrew
jegan once more to be
mguage and gradually
la literature rooted in
Traization of the Jews
fcwas not an easy mat-
fcpfeh. The first gen-
fc.ttii-rs took their na-
il with them and were
I I compulsion to
I changing their lan-
lere was also a struggle
| the philanthropic or-
ganization of German Jews who
insisted on the adoption of Ger-
man as the official language of
the technical school in Haifa.
Under the leadership of the late
Eliezer Ben Yehuda, the author
of a monumental encyclopedia of
the Hebrew language, a group of
scholars and devoted teachers
strove to adopt the old language
to the daily requirements of mod-
ern life. Ben Yehuda made the
revival of Hebrew his life's work,
and refused to speak any other
language in Palestine after he
settled in Jerusalem in 1881. Due
to their efforts, Hebrew began to
dominate in the schools of Pales-
tine. They had to create the term-
inology needed for modern sub-
jects; they had to write new text
books; they had to fight the in-
fluence of homes in which He-
brew was not spoken. These pio-
neers overcame all difficulties. In
time, the Hebrew-speaking child-
ren and young people influenced
the speech of their elders. Later,
there took place an immigration
of young men and women for
whom manual labor and Hebrew
speaking was the basis of their
The pioneer zealous work of
the early Hebrew teachers has
borne fruit in a network of He-
brew schools, elementary, second-
ary, technical and the education-
al structure is crowned by the He-
brew university on Mount Scopus
The function of Hebrew in a re-
vival of Jewish national life is
said to be not merely a medium
of expression, but as a medium of
self-expression. And, we have
reached a state of development
in which a generation of Pales-
tine-born Hebrew writers draw
their inspiration from its national
characteristics and a distinctive
The renaissance of the Hebrew
language and culture under the
force of the national idea has not
been wholly confined to Pales-
Judsc Spaet Heads
Temple Israel Slate
Judge Harold Spaet was named
president of Temple Israel during
the annual congregation meeting
held last Wednesday. Judge
Spaet, who is also president of the"
Jewish Home for the Aged, suc-
ceeds Max Orovitz.
Other new officers are Jules
Pearlman, vice president; Henry
Wolff, secretary; Joseph R. Stein.
financial secretary; Max Meisel.
New board members are K. Max
Goldstein, Stuart Gordon, Max
Holtsbcrg, Arthur S. Kahn, Frank
Perman, Elry Stone.
A buffet dinner preceded the
tine. The cultural developments
in Palestine have stimulated in-
terest in Hebrew speaking and
in the wider cultural aspects of
the national revival among the
Jews of the diaspora. Before the
outbreak of the War and the trag-
ic catastrophe which struck our
people, there were in Poland and
Lithuania an extensive network
of Jewish day schools in which
(Hebrew was the sole language of
instruction. The study of Hel
in this country and the contribu-
tion to Hebrew literature by
American-born Jews is associated
with and influenced by the He-
ibrew renaissance in Palestine.
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By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
dn the absence of Phineas J. Biron, who will return from hit out-of-
?"n,tn.P "tx< ,week' we Pr*en* exclusively Arthur J. Miller's
?".0. ''<" anti-Semitism ... Mr. Miller is the author of the I
rut-us ... In this column he also tells why he wrote FOCUS.)
When I sat down to write FOCUS I wanted to do one basic
thing. I wanted to write a book that would help prevent that
terrible mental isolation which permits a Gentile to look on while
a Jew is being murdered. I wanted to do it by showing the
Christian how he would feel if he were a Jew. Mentally I
directed FOCUS toward Christians. In short, I wanted Chris-
tians to see that anti-Semitism was not a strictly Jewish problem
at all, and that it would destroy their liberties as well as the
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Needs and Palestine, this w?ek
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a total of $7,000,000 in extraordin-
ary over-the-top campaigns for
the relief, rehabilitation and re-
settlement of the destitute rem-
nants of European Jewry.
The totals were substantially in
excess of the pre-campaign goals
adopted by these key American
Jewish communities in behalf of
the United Jewish Appeal at the
beginning of the year.
Of the record-breaking $7,000,-
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troit, with its unprecedented drive
still incompete, has already reach-
ed the three-million mark and is
confident of winding up with $3,-
200,000; Buffalo, with a few more
days to go, indicates a grand to-
tal exceeding $900,000.
But I was in for a rude awak-
enisg. Since the book was pub-
lished I have spoken before vari-
ous organizations and spoken with
people who, I thought, should
know something about anti-Sem-
itism. And I have found that if
the Christian needs to know that
anti-Semitism is not only the
Jew's affair; if the Christian needs
to know it is a political weapon,
and that it is threatening him as
a Christian, the Jews need to
know it a thousand times as bad-
ly. To many Jews, as far as I
can make out, anti-Semitism is a
very simple personal thing about
which very little can be done. To
many Jews, it is simply that here
we are, and there are the anti-
Semites. They don't understand
why they are being attacked so
they don't know how to fight
POINT OF VIEW
Befoi>e I wrote FOCUS I
thought that somewhere some
Jewish organizations existed that
knew how to fight this thing.
There must be professionals, who
know the answer and are fight-
ing it out. But the other day I
participated in a radio discussion
of anti-Semitism with two men
who are active in Jewish organ-
izations. Well, how are they fight-
ing? What's their philosophy?
, These two gentlemen made it
very clear. One gentleman was a
very devout person with a good
knowledge of Jewish history. His
wisdom, as far as I could gather,
was that anti-Semitism was a
very ancient thing. He was quick
to point out that Hitler was not
the first anti-Semite. In other
words, the Jew in our era is be-
ing persecuted and burned and
whipped for the same reasons he
was persecuted five hundred,
eight hundred, a thousand years
ago. The second gentleman seem-
ed interested mainly in keeping
poitics out of the discussion. In
sther words, their philosophy is:
we should be nice to each other.
Nobody should do nasty things to
one another. That's about the size
THE "RESPECTABLE FIGHT"
How do they fight anti-Sem-
itism? As far as I can see, if an
incident happens, they send some-
body to the Mayor, or some offi-
cial, have a private talk, the May-
or says he's sorry and that's that.
That clears the stage for the next
incident. But who talks to the
people? And what is to be said to
(Continued on Pag* 12)
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MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Friday evening service, 6:15
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a.m. The rabbi wil preach on the
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David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
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of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball,
will become Bar Mitzva. Junior
congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7
p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m.
Young Judaea club for girls, 7
p.m. Saturday. Young People's
league dance, 8:30 p.m. Sunday.
Shevuos services Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m.;
Wednesday and Thursday morn-
ings, 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial
service, 10:30 a.m. Thursday.
The Bar Mitzva of Gerald Blank
will be celebrated.
Shevuos services, 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day. Rabbi Kronish will preacli
on "What Values Are Real?" Bm-i
Mitzva of 5706 service. During the
reception which will fellow the
service, hostesses will be the Mes-
dames Joseph Arkln, Charles
Friedman. Samuel Goodman,
Joseph Shafer, Alex Straus, Jack
Udell, Max Weil! and Alfred
Mamlet. Shevuos service. 10:45
a.m. Wednesday. Yizkor memo-
rial service will be read at thai
time. Rabbi Kronish will speak
on "Freedom, Freedom, Then, is
"Portion of the Week.'
Shevuos services, Tuesday and
WeEuay. 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday
and Thursday. 8:30 a.m. Canto.
feder will chant the services.
Rabbi Mescheloffs ^
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Wednesday and "The Choice of
I if," on Thursday. Yizkor mano-
rial service, 10 a.m. Thursday.
Children's services, 10 a.m. Wed-
nesday and Thursday.
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Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Friday evening services. 5:30
p.m. Sabbath services, 10:45 a.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Friday evening services, 7:30
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services for adolescents, 9 a.m.
Junior congregation. 10
Shalos Sudos, 7:30 p.m
Mescheloff will speak
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Music will be provided by Can-
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tion of Louis Powesky.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will in-
stall a slate of officers headed by
Mrs. Jack Hirsch.
A eulogy delivered by Rabbi
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Friday evening service. 7:30 p.
m. Sabbath sen ices, 8:30 a.m. The
Bai Mitzva ol Warn n, son of Mrs.
Sylvia Greene, will be observed
at 9:30 a.m. For the first time in
the history of the junior congre-
gation, girl students will take over
complete services. Estelle
Greenberg, Ruth Saal, Evelyn
Schwartz and Rita Shlafrock will
chant, lead in prayer and read in
the Torah. Rabbi Shapiro and
Cantor Friedman will officiate.
Shevuos, or Pentecost, will be
usheri d in Tuesday evening at
7:45 p.m. Si rvices will be held
Wednesday and Thursday, morn-
ings at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro
and Cantor Friedman will offi-
ciate. Yizkor memorial services
will take place Thursday at 10:30
a.m. Rabbi Shapiro's theme for
discussion will be "Peace Eternal
or War Everlasting."
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590 S, W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
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Sabbath services, 0 a.m. Rabbi
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7:15 p.m. Sunday morning break-
fast, ii a.m.
Shevuos will be observed from
Tuesday evening to Thursday eve-
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Evening services, 7:30 p.m. Yiz-
kor. 10 a.m. Thursday. The rabbi
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the people? Is the whole ques-
tion simply one of improving
Christian manners? A question of
I think there are deeper rea-
sons for a rise in anti-Semitism
I think that unless we find a
battlefront on which to fight this
thing effectively our fate wil be
sealed by default.
WHERE IS THE
The things Jews and Chris-
tians must understand, that lo-
day anti-Semitism is the right
arm of the drive toward fas-
cism. If there were not a drive
toward fascism in the United
States today, anti-Semitism
would not be a problem. In that
respect, it is suicidal for us to
try to combat anti-Semitism
without combatting all forms of
fascism at the same time. Anti-
Semitism is not an isolated
The origin and the continuation
of anti-Negro prejudice is due
to the need to justify the exploita-
tion of those people. Since the be-
ginning of imperialism and the
first excursions by white men
from Europe in search of raw ma-
terials and markets and foreign
fields of investment, the idea of
racial superiority has been a jus-
tification, an excuse, an explana-
tion. It gave birth to the idea that
the Frenchman or the English or
any nation with colonial aspira-
tions, are by nature superior to
the darker people, and have the
natural right to exploit them and
Anti-Semitism is little different
from colonial racism We are
moving away from the idea of the
nation. Hitler led the way by
showing the fascists everywhere
that the way to dominate the
world is to enlist far more than
one's nation. He talked of having
all Aryans on his side. He found
Aryans to help him in America,
and Aryans in England and Ary-
ans in Japan. I see it now and we
must all see it clearly. Anti-Sem-
itism is a weapon and a tool. Its
way is to bring together in fake
comradeship the great mob, the
immense mass of people who aie
dispossessed, who have been cast
off by the society, people without
a career, people who have been
denied a goal in life by a system
that cares only for profit and
nothing for the individual. It is
a way to mount the back of the
people for the purpose of organ-
izing them for imperialist attacks
upon other nations.
Racially anti-Semitism is tne
only way to unite the people for
DBG CHAPTER ELECTS
DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith
girls elected officers at a recent
meeting. New executives are Pat
SIJ, President; Yvette Mar-
eulies, vice president; Sydtli
Seidman, recording secretary.
Also, Charlotte Sandier, corre-
spondmg secretary; Gertrude
Mandler, sergeant at arms; Con-
nie Gordesky, honor point chair-
Installation will be held in
September. The girls meet every
Tuesday evening at the Miami Y
with sponsors, Mrs. Joseph I
- s- Erases* G= K ^.
against the Soviet Union. When
left to themselves the people do
t war. But they will be "
made to feel insecure and threat- '
not want war
Klan, like the Christian
ened by many evils and chief Front, is the storm troopof Amer-
among those will stand the Jew.
We can only fight it by show-
ing the Christian the danger to
him, democracy and peace, that
anti-Semitism is. And we must
come out as Jews against every-
thing thai is undemocratic and
pro-war, not merely against
forces that are purely anti-
Semitic. It is too late for Sun-
day preaching. The Christians-
must know that he must not
only be human to the Jew, he
must defend the Jew. Because
when the Jew goes down fas-
cism comes up, and under fas-
cism no decent Christian can
JEWS ARE SOMETIMES MADE
Those of you who have read
FOCUS, know that it is the story
of a Gentile mistaken for a Jew
and persecuted as a Jew. People
said it could not possibly have
happened. No Gentile could ever
find himself in the position of a
persecuted Jew. But after FOCUS
was written, it did happen. It
happened ill a Los Angeles suburb
where an Italian Catholic family
were persecuted and attacked as
lean fascism. To rally the masses
behind them they are working
night and day to implant in the
common mind the unity of Amer-
icans on racial grounds. We, the
Jews, are to be the devil threat-
ening them. Where there are no
Jews, they will make Jews. So one
must see the threat in anti-Sem-
itism. We must stop thinking of
it merely as a Jewish problem. It
is the problem of fighting fascism.
If we refuse to stand up as Jews
against fascism it is at our peril.
And there are, in this country,
men who know how to fight it.
We must join with them and all
men of good will and we will suc-
F.D.R. Club Schedules
A scries of weekly swim-dances
will begin Saturday evening un-
der the sponsorship of the* FDR
club. Bob Lynn, social chairman,
announces. To be held at the
Blackstone hotel, the affairs will
include swimming from 8:15 till
10:45 p.m. and dancing to the
music of Michael and his orches-
tra from 9 p.m. till midnight.
Cabanas will be provided, but
guests are asked to bring their
own towels. Admission is 90 cents
per person. Tickets may be ob-
tained from Lynn or Miss Irma
Silverstein or may be purchased
at the door.
A dramatic program on the Ku
Klux Klan will be broadcast over
WGBS at 8 p.m. Tuesday on the
club's weekly radio series.
After Wednesday, June 12, the
club will meet at the McAllister
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Nolle i: is HEREBY HIVEN that
[he partnership lately subsisting be-
tween the undersigned, Norman Lewis
ureen and Louis C, Bchats, carrying
on the bus nesa as the A-l landscape
Service al .238 N. W Miami Court,
Miami, Florida, Made County, was on
'" --.....'ay "f May, lino, dissolved
by mutual consent, mid that the
business In the future will be earn..)
on by ih. said Louis c. Schati alone,
who will pay and discharge all debts
and liabilities and receive all
li..\.ible :r, (he said late firm
NORMAN l.EWis GREEN
,, ., ''" ls SCHATZ
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FERGUSON & WRHIHT. at 107 N. E.
1st Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WALTER B. RODDA
WILLIAM B. BLA1R
TEE JAY TURNER
WILLIAM L BALLOT.
Attorney for Petitioners.
1214 Congress Bldg.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JEANETTES APPAREL SHOP. In
the City of Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade
421 Espanola Way
Miami Beach. Florida.
MEYERS & WEITZMAN.
Attorneys for Applicant,
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida.
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
Attorney for Applicants ._,_,,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned.....siring i,, engage in
business under the flctPtlois name of
tim/--. ?&& SOUTHERN DIS-
lliKP AGENCY, at Room 22. gw
Lincoln Road Bldg.. Miami Beach, in-
tend, to register said name with the
8ounlty?fFlohrlda:lrCU" <'ourt of Dilde
5/24-21 8 7-?-21ARD A' F,NKE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Ip
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at
1133 Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
,.. 7,StAAU CONRAD
Attorney for Applicants,
!:: Lincoln Road.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PURITAN CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY, at 1211 N. E. 1st Avenue. Miami.
TO., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT S. BCSLOW.
HAROLD SHAPIRO. ^ Wner'
Attorn-)- for Applicant
927 Lincoln Road
NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage in
witniefIi?Sdei,JiS "M*Uou name of
-ir v *-, ?ROCERV STORE, at
46 N W 3rd Ave, Miami. Fla., In-
,1"''*";''^ Mm with the
8o?nty?fn?rMflrcu" Court of D"de
' HARLES FELDMAN
Attorney for Applicants.
AL, LEV \,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious"name of
Miami Beach, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir.ult
Court of l.ade County, Florida
RUBEN WASSERMAN "
___ 1IAKRY SMITH
EDWARD II. LEVIN
R^C?v.U"i?NI,NCi. CO- at 600 S W
3rd Ave.. Miami, Intends to register
sad name with the Clerk of th, cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
5/10-17-24-31 6/7 Sle 0wner-
he uude, signed. desfrTng To engage
.;,.., :'"> Avenue, Dade c..,,,,.
HEREBY GIVEN that
ARRY DtETZINB EPOTBD*
First directorial assignment for
the brilliant Arch Oboler under
his new MGM three-way contract
as producer, director and writer
will be "The Arnelo Affair," a
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will resume work on the script
following his trip to New York
where this week he received the
Peabody Award for his contribu-
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GORDON ROOFING AND
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Have your roof repaired now; you
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