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The Jewish Floridian ( June 7, 1946 )

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teffiWhJEIoipidliiaun f^nung. THE JEWISH UNITY THE JEWISH WEE KLY .NUMBER 23 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS bles Jewish Residents Lnize Center Group residents of Coral Gables have organized the Coral newish Center to fulfill their religious, educational, social iral needs. nq Monday night at the Hillel house for the second group elected officers and made plans to survey the Ljty io determine the type of activities needed. %  attended, orary officers are Sam Silver, president; Herman Rubin, sident; Mrs. Herman Rubin, recording secretary; Mrs. ewis, corresponding secretary; Sidney Richman, treasLodse to Hear Discussion of Railroad Case ..urer. They will serve until the Answers Protest |SALEM (JTA)—King Britain has informed dullah of Transjordan [report of the AnglbInquiry committee is lly studied by British |tho will take no action have considered the (he Arab states, a report pre from Amman, capTransjordan, discloses. ^ge'i statenu in was in duilah's protest against nendations uf the joint iss meeting called by ne Arab party, Jamal |rhairn-.an ol the Arab Dlttee, warned the %  000 that they must defend tin ir country He said that 80,000 |of the Haganah are flash the Arabs, but in ring countries there [round groups who are pme to the aid of the Wk if .necessary. t0 the rift in the mttee, which has refve parties forming a "e charged that he to accept the dissi' nominees for mem•ne committee, beared coop, ration be• and Jews. Report from Calcutta L ond n says that the Jerusalem has sugad ers of Ind,an Mosi*>rld.wide Moslem £, he ld to map ways fall when the group will start a program of extensive activities. Committee chairmen appointed Monday night were Herman Rubin, chairman, Hattie Horowitz, co-chairman of the membership committee; Rabbi Albert Michels, chairman, Sidney Lewis, co-chairman, program; Mrs. Ben Lssen and I. L. Kussner, publicity; Mrs. M. Arnold, hospitality; Ben Essen, chairman, Milton Klein and Dewey Klein, co-chairmen, youth activities; Harold Shapiro and Sidney Block, co-chairmen, religious activities; Sidney Richman, ways and means. Rabbi Michels, who is advisor to the group, is undertaking the survey preparatory to the organization of a modern, progressive religious school. Meetings will be held the first Sunday night of each month, with the next meeting scheduled for July 7. "The Truth about the Railroad Labor Case" will be discussed by a newspaperman, a professor and a union leader the B'nai B'rith Over 75 Sholem lodge meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami Women's club, 17.37 N. Bayshore dr. Arranged by the lodge's committee on public affairs, the panel discussion will be led by Arthur Griffith, editorial writer for the Miami Herald: J. Luther Green, president of the Miami local of railroad trainmen, and Dr. James Carney, professor ol economics of the University of Miami. A national officer of the railroad brotherhood is also expected to participate in the discussion. I.oral civic, educational and labor organizations have been invited to send representatives to the meeting. Zionists to Choose Congress Delegates Nomination of delegates to the World Zionist Congress will be held in Miami and Miami Beach Sunday, June 16, despite the postponement of the Congress from August till December, it was anFollowing the meeting Monday jnounced this week. evening, 10-year-old Sheldon Hittleman, of 760 Alhambra circle, played the piano and his father, Philip Hittleman, played several accordian selections. Federation Names New Directors Jewish immigration valued at $ioo,000 J* week from the ^ond f?ctory m 7 hi by ">* armed ** v bound and ,f' er and watchman '•^escaped. They "> appr.-lu.nded. |? ro P Plans ugs fj regarding the the hospital fund R* 1 the Greater ^deration will be f 1 "* ot the camgcommittee of the Utal at 3 Sunsh r ow er P m. Wed">e room of a "d Light the h spital Ps^vs Seventy-five men and women were named board members-atlarge of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at its ninth annual meeting last Thursday evening. With the Federation officers and representatives of local organizations affiliated with Federation, they will comprise the board of directors. New members-at-large are Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Abraham Allen-* 1 berg, Sam Blank, Harry Boyell, Shepard Broad, Benjamin Bronston, David Brown, Charles Cohen, George M. Cohen, Harry Cornblum. Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Leon Ell, Irving Frankel, Sam Friedland, Arthur Friedman, Milton Friedman, Maurice Furman, Moses Ginsburg, George Goldberg, Dr. Irving Goodman, Stuart Gordon, Rabbi Murray Grauer, Charles Greenfield. Nat H. Hankoff, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. Ada Josephs, Benjamin Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz, Sam Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Sol Leslie, Isaac Levin, Mrs. Etta LeVine, J. Gerald Lewis, Marcie Liberman, Joseph Lipton Sam Luby, Dr. Louis Lytton. Harry Magid, Paul Marks, Murray Maurer, Max Meisel, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Benjamin Meyers, S. B. Miller, Mrs. Harry Oliphant, David Phillips, Mrs. Harry Platoff, Albert Quadow. Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Morris Rosenberg, Ned Sail, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Henry Seitlin, Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro, I. S. Shapoff, Fred Sho (Continued on pg 8) Purchasers of the Shekel, Zionist "poll tax," and registered members of Zionist organizations will cast their ballots at the Miami Y, Beth David, the Beach Y, Beth Jacob, the Miami Beach Jewish Center and Temple Beth Sholom. The polls will be open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. According to Burnett Roth, acting Shekel chairman of Miami, Shekel purchasers will probably receive their ballots through the mail. Zionist members and those who do not get their ballots in the mail may obtain them at the polls. Over 5,000 persons in Miami alone are eligible to vote for the delegates, Roth said. The Jewish Floridian will print a sample ballot in next week's issue. Names of candidates supported by national Zionist organizations will appear on the ballot. Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Fred Ochs and Mrs. Shieff will be in charge of the polls at the Miami Y.M.H.A. Congress Urges Ban on Palestine Talks Pending Immigration of European Jews NEW YORK (JTA)—All Jewish groups were urged by the closing session of the national convention of the American Jewish Congress not to enter into any negotiations concerning a permanent solution of the Palestine problem until the Anglo American committee's recommendation that 100,000 displaced European Jews be moved there immediately is carried out. A resolution adopted by the several hundred assembled delegates also reaffirmed the Congress' "dedication to the Zionist ideal and the rebuilding of Palestine as a Jewish commonwealth." It denied that a Jewissh state would mean dominaUN Refugee Committee Opposes Interi m DP Aid LONDON (JTA)—The final session of the United Nations Committee on Refugees and Displaced Persons defeated a motion by Chairman Sir Hector McNeil, British under-secretary for foreign affairs, that the Intergovernmental Refugee committee be authorized to undertake interim measures on behalf of refugees and DP's pending the establishment of a new international body by the U. N. Social and Economic council. McNeil's proposal was supported by the American and French delegutes, but was strongly opposed by Soviet Delegate Ratov. The Russian representative said that his government Q planned to re-introduce several of the controversial questions n J I \V/\ / which were bypassed by the comOrida J %% V mittee, when the Social and Eco, nomic council meets in SeptemT k A II ber. This meeting adopted a O iVlCCt l€TC resolution drawing the attention of the council to the urgency of the refugee problem. Earlier, Sir George Rendel, a member \>i the British delegation, said that the British government believes that the Jews in Germany and Austria should be cared for by a special Jewish relief organization, rather than by the new international refugee body. The British objection to inclusion of the Austrian and German Jews now in their home countries in the category of "refugees" is motivated by the fear that the Slavic states would also demand assistance in resettling their nationals on their own territory, Rendel told a press conference. He added that "it would be a dangerous principle to create a new nationality for a specific race or religion because it had been persecuted." Rendel said that the British were "most favorably inclined towards Jewish relief activities" and referred to "the grave injustice" arising from the Czechoslovak government's decision to treat as Sudeten Germans, Jews of German culture. McNeil, who also spoke at the press conference, said that he hoped that the* recent differences between the British and American governments regarding the organizational set-up of the new international refugee agency would be thrashed out in the U. N. Social and Economic council so that it could be established in the fall of this year. He expressed the opinion that re-settlement of the refugees and displaced persons could begin in the winter. George Warren, the American delegate on the committee, said that the U. S. government supported the committee's final report, which included a section analyzing the memorandum submitted by various Jewish organizations. It said that they revealed a "considerable degree of unanimity" concerning the need for the permanent resettlement of Jewish refugees and DP's, mainly in Palestine, and suggestions for alleviating the present plight of the refugees. Over 600 delegates from Florida cities are expected to attend the h War Veterans' state convention at the Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday afternoon and evening. Congressman elect George Smathers will be guest speaker during the evening session, from 8 to 9 p.m., at which Samuel Rivkind. past national vice commander, will install the new officers. Rivkind will also preside at the main business session, scheduled for 6 p.m. Reports of the various committees and election of officers will highlight this portion of the convention. It will be preceded by registration of delegates from 1 to 2 p.m.; caucuses from 2 to 4 p.m., and meetings of committees on resolutions, credentials and rules and nominations at 3, 4 and 5 p.m. A buffet dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and the convention will conclude with a dance in the Raleigh patio from 9 p.m. till midnight. The Freda Markowitz post of Miami and the Miami Beach post will be hosts to the delegates from Orlando, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Tampa. St. Petersburg and St. Augustine. Convention committee chairmen are Rivkind, general chairman; Maurice Grossman, program; Dr. Maurice Klein, nominations; E. Max Goldstein, resolutions; Burnett Roth, rules; Dan Roth, publicity: Ben Feld. banquet; Sidney Levitt, credentials: Frank Kline, secretary; Abe Goldman, distinguished guests. tion of the Arabs. Calling for the dissolution of displaced persons camps in Europe, the convention resolved to "take all possible steps for the rehabilitation of Europe's Jews" and demanded further that "the doors of all other countries be opened to the victims of Nazi oppression who wish to emigrate from their lands of origin." The United States was asked to relax its present immigration quotas for a period of two years and to permit the immediate entrance into the United States of "all such unfortunate stateless persons who definitely possess the CHEST CITES MYERS Stanley C. Myers, director of the 1946 Dade county Community Chest campaign, received a plaque in recognition of his work for the organization at its annual meeting held Saturday evening. Among the new directors elected for three-year terms at the meeting were Max Orovitz, Abe Qualifications for American |Goodman, Benjamin Bronston ann „:.: .Ul IWm. D. Kiner I r i '. I j I fli. %  citizenship.' 'Wm. D. Singer.



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frC^ PAGE TWO fyua&uif Miss Kleber to Set* !" Sunday *^ A two week honeymoonYork will follow the wedding freshman year a Wellesley colM io„e Widow of the late'Rosengartens as then house „ Miss udy Wolpert wil ^Fnedman, Mrs ; Friedman guest, .In their new horn. 86 | arrive m Miami Sunday to visit Kleber; her maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Siegel, and Cantor Leo Urlich, all of St. Louis. The couple will reside at 2379 S. W. Ninth st. PLAN MOONLIGHT SAIL 21st st., returned Sunday horn the University of Missouri where she has completed her freshman year Planning to make her permanent home in New York, Mrs has lived here for the past years and has been active [ Pine Tree dr., will be two of | her paren ts, Mr. and in Marjories classmates, Miss JaJGeorge Wolpert. Winner of id nice Green, of Middletown, N. ff our year scholarship. Mis Mrs. a th7*Miam"i Service league and nice Green, of Middletown IN. l foui year scholarship. Miss the Eastern Star Y and Miss Barbara !" 9* ot |Wolpert is majoring in political Mr, Sndve G Rose will Milwaukee. A member of Sig^ence. She is an ofiicer in tn T L Sundav, 0 a ma Del,a Tau sorority. Marjone ^ Wor]d Studen t Federation ^nd the LT P annuaf meeting served as president during her ; Qnd wiU be an o(ficer ol the Site Hondi State ConTerence senior year and treasurer durI homore class next year. A of tcSl Work^ She wW S ^ her l^T^tf,„ -ember of the staffs of the stuaccompanied by Miss Claudia D Dr. and Mrs William H. den newspap er and magazine. Horned direcJo. the Catholic {^SKJ^JAStSk && !*!?£** P ^ A moonlight sail aboard the Showboat is being planned by the Emanon club of the Miami Y for Wednesday evening. June 19. Sam Greenstein, social chairman, announces that reservations are limited to 180 people. Tickets for the affair may be purchased at the next meeting of the club, to be held Wednesday evening at the Miami Y. Stank y Werman, pictun when over**, married Sunday evening J Renee Davis, daughter oil Mrs. Lou is Davis. The' will be formal and will at the Hull 1 1';, n t| \ n < The bridegroom-elect grandson of Mr. and Ma] ham Wern an, 1301 Alton i will b<> among the guests, wedding. The young Mr. man spent I years i with the A: my. Additional Society NotJ Page 10 William Liebow, laundry owner and operator of hotels in Miami. Miami Beach and Panama, has been elected president of the Greater Miami Laundry and Cleaners Board of Trade. Marney, airector oi me oumum. i-. tj___ ; i„, wellare oureau oi miunu. I'no. mm A Mrs. S. H. Levine. 833 Sixth;the refresher courses for grodust., left this week for Los Anate rabbis at the Jewishi Instiqeles where she will spend the tale of Religion June 9 under the next four months .Mr. and auspices o Dr. StephenS. We. Mrs. M H. Frankel motored to I He will also attend the Hillel printed in the April issue oi l"Seventeen" magazine. Miss Wolpert will be in Miami until the beginning of July when she will go to North Carolina to be a counsellor at Camp Burgiss Glen, Cedar Mountain Miss Barbara Lenore Hutner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner. 1670 James ave., is planning to attend the university this fall. She was graduated from the Mannheimer school last Friday. %. Sun s/uttf wax/uotts Gifts for Fathers Day SUNDAY. JUNE 16th HAND MADE TIES, full cut, wrinkle resistant, new patterns and colors $1.50 INITIALED TIE CLIPS styled by Hickok, with his own initials $2* CARGO TOILETRIES in shaving lotion and cologne. Spicy, man approved scent. $ 3* ROLF'S BILLFOLD in longwearing leather. Currency pocket, space for everything ___ $3.50* •PlU8 lux MIAMI STORE, MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND MEN'S TOILETRIES, 8TREET FLOOR While Materials Last Have Your VENETIAN BLINDS RE CONDITIONED With New Cornices It's the Answer Now THE ORIGINAL SALLY'S BARBECUE & RESTAURANT SAME GOOD FOOD GOOD QUALITY COOKING 3150 S. W. 8th Street 4-9194 Simmons QUALITY SOFABEDS Nationally Known] for Style and Comfort Choice ot Conn Now Available lor Immediate Delivery NOTpJ 77 N. W. 36th St. Ph.* CONGRESS.BUUMN6 • Tel. 9-J*Jft"MIAMI 3Z, WHILE THEY LAST! CORDLEY ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS AP R C TM£ R V.3 ELECTRIC STOVES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES UNITY ELECTRIC CO.. INC. 128 5lh STREET M Call 5-4570. After 6:00 P.M. Call 3-0330 WARNING! RWvWVA 0 RWUW A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE Phones 9-4307NSURED 2238 N. W. Miami Court EXPERT TREE REMOVERS -LICENSED Ev VENETIAN BLINDS 545 N. W. 22nd St.—3-5072 AWNINGS 1396 N. W. 36th St.—2-1731 DIAL 112 E. Flagler St. H I OT| 9 33'1 Lorraine Arcade T I mB | — Room 202 ^" ^^M %  % FREE* Service Special INCLUDES 1. Refrigerated Storage • *i 2. $100 All Risk In L L ) 3. Cleaning p 0 R 4. Glazing 5. Demothing 6. Repairs of Minor Rip* • • S. J. DESTRO Fur Co. FREE PICKUP SERVICE



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Y. JUNE 7, 1946 knisl fkricticin Helps People Help Themselves m Social, Financial Problems (Peers will highlight the first meeting of the new :i6oa t rs of the Jewish Social Service bureau to be I of re Tu urs day at the National Cash Register company, %  ^T 6 oHhe work of JSSB was given by Charles Cohen, ,outline ^ ^ recent annua l report to the board. Mr. ^e direc ^ b urea u's function as "helping clients to 15U !Tes" solve their financial, personal, family and other hould not conclude that the end result is always a PAGE THREE hens JemsBe s on e either to the apt0 the organization, tioned. "Casework is not fcica! process which can be K to a vacuum, but reJ r th er not only the proi skill of tl.o caseworker, a client whose difficulty isodeeplvro.': s to preIhimfrom being willing to Ita erips with itK n termed tin limitation of iairic and ps.^ ical r(or diagnostic and treatI purposes in dealing with Ls complicated by personEfficulties" in thi local area handicap I %  JSSB as Jdher social agencies. foes rendered by the bubclude the stu : %  %  : applica%  to the Jev for the in cooperati n with the |"s admissions committee. ; the coming '• %  ar, the bujjans to incn efforts me private I r the I • unwilling to consider an institutional plan, Cohen said. The bureau also cooperates with the local courts on presentenco investigations. It is considering the creation of a placement service program for the Jewish children of the community who need it. One of the newest functions of the agency is the administration of the resettlement program for refugees who come to Miami. The bureau maintains a special committee with membership from its board and from Federation and the National Council of Jewish Women. In his report, Cohen described a proposed plan for "outpost services" in various parts of the community whereby a caseworker from the agency will be stationed at central points in the community during the evening hours for consultation. Also planned for the coming year is a reexamination of the Baron de Hirsch loan fund for small businesses, During the past year :84 different family units were served by the JSSB. in addition, 100 applications wore referred to other agencies or found not ready to accept services, and approximately 200 requests from out-of-town agencies regarding persons in Greater Miami were handled. Cohen reported that the muss expenditure of $13,593.17 for the past fiscal year was distributed to |152 family units, a total of approximately 700 individuals. The expenditures for relief represented an increase of almost :vi per cent, due partially to the increased cost of living. The abS< nee of a mandatory tax-supported program has made it neci sary for JSSB to be more preoccupied with the general assistance program than is usual with an organization of this type, Cohen said. A Community Chest agency, the bureau will receive an alia of $36,000 this year. JSSB employs three caseworkers and two clerical workers. MJOC to Graduate 7 Hebrew Students SPECIAL SERYICE TIRES, RELY ON THE Sxton* QUALITY BUILT INTO. SEIBERLING TIRES I tat more then o quarter of a cenI lirr SCIBERLING hat tnitlt extra IqMliry into SEIBERLING tirct—th I fif/c quality that only unitintrtj I M of tht fincit mottncli and th I "s^w-how" of ikil.cd crfottmon I con product. I You Can Dcpcinl On <*ur Expert RECAPPING ...to give you thousands I itaDetol 8A1 I Driving. iPmmpt semiT. lin'iy job I guar.int• %  •%  I. DIXIE TIRE C? f&JUJAMJ. 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Participants will be Loretta nbaum, Lila Pearl, Wilma Shulman, Ronald Tambor, Warren Rothfield, Alan Altschuler, Sheila Karger, Louise Cahan, Matthew Becker, Howard Fineman, Edward Zalis. Sheldon Frome. Hi rbert Blank. The affair will also include promotion exercises for students of the daily school. Certificates for attendance and excellence in Formation of a Chevra Kadisha by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation was announced this Week, Members are D. Singer. S. Okonov, S. Silver. William Clein, M. Savitsky, D. Lieber, S. liaskin and P. Miller. scholarship will be distributed. Rabbi Grauer and A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be the principal speakers. Summer Hebrew classes to be held daily from 10 a.m. till noon will begin Monday morning. Shlafrocks to Be Hosts In honor of their son, Arthur Joel, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shlafrock, 1851 N. W. 38th St., will be hosts at a reception to be held at Beth David tomorrow morning. 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PAGE FOUR +Je*ls*ncridiat?^ FRIDAY Howard Lavine to Wed Nashville (Tenn.) Girl The engagement of Howard Lavine to Miss Roslyn Kirschner, of Nashville, Tenn., will be announced at a reception to be held this week end in Nashville. Mr. Lavine, the son of Mrs. Minna Lavine, 2117 S. W. Fifth St., left Tuesday for Nashville, where he will enter his junior year at Vanderbilt university. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschner, of Nashville, the bride-elect attended the University of Miami and served as pledge mother and secretary of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Lavine was in the Navy for three years and served in tlV South Pacific. He attended the University of Florida where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and more recently attended the University of Miami. No date has been set for the wedding. Face Facts George J. Talianoff Florida Director, ADL BOAT RIDE TO AID CHILD RESCUE FUND The whirling tide of public opinion against the KKK continues to mount with Increasing fury. The latest church group to add its voice to that of indignant public spirited citizens concerned with the resurgence of this antiAmerican organization, are the Southern Baptists. Ten thousand Baptists in convention assembled, representing the largest denominational group in the South, urged its 1,000.000 church members to "refrain from association with all groups that exist for the purpose 1 ol fomenting strife and division within the nation on the basis of diffeii nces of race, religion and culture." Dr. Norman Cox. of Meridian. Miss., the introducer of the reso lUtion referring to the Klan. told reporters that unity of the nation is endangered by such groups and that 'the faith we profess expressly forbids hatred of one another." Spurred by aroused public sen[timent, Georgia's courageous Gov. Amall followed the action adopt|ed by the governors of California and New York, and directed his (state's legal department to proceed to revoke the Georgia charter of the KKK. Simultaneously, the U. S, collector of internal r< venue in Atlanta filed a federal The moonlight cruise which the Pioneer Women's organization, club No. 1, will sponsor Sunday evening, June 16, will be for the benefit of its child rescue fund. The boat will leave from pier six at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Raidman is chairman of the fund committee and is assisted by Mrs. Lena Pushkin. Members of the Belh Jacob service committee will meet at the synagogue at 8:30 p.m. Saturday to discuss seating arrangements for the High Holy Days. Beth Jacob to Register Registration for the summer session of the Beth Jacob Hebrew school will be held Monday beginning at 9 a.m. Classes will be held throughout the summer from !) a.m. till noon. Monday through Friday. 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On the other side stands the decent and respected overwhelming mass of the American public, the church groups, civic leaders, statesmen, and labor groups, united in their de-* nunciation of this threat to the well-being of our country. While the Klan at this time is primarily directing its attention at the Negro and white suprem."* ev y thinly i knows that an attack 1^1 lesson H Uler Th,l Catholics, and JJft horrible, cost. ^ Of one thing We Th ^ civic defend nt *4 been and wi ^ maximum attention^ 1 f.nd other sub > J. tions which are de~ *i public good I /VOGUST BROS If thc 0 £,Sr' FOR A JEWISH STATE IN PALESTINE VOTE THE ZOA SLATE IN THE ELECTIONS—JUNE 16-17 (In Smaller Communities on Sunday. June 16th Only) Every Jewish man and woman who believe* that Palestine should be a Jew. ish Commonwealth and who wants to do something more than just wish for ithas that opportunity now! The first post-war World Zionist Congress, which is destined lo shape the future of Jewish Palestine, convenes this year in Jerusalem. It you want to have a voice in this Congress, and if you want your voice to register more effectively— Vole for the ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA (ZOA) slate oi delegates. The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) asks your vote because: I The ZOA is the foremost Zionist organization in this country. Its leaders have militantly represented American Zionism to the world and have consistently championed the maximal Zionist program. 2 Your vote upholds the hands of the leaders of the Zionist movement oi America at the World Zionist Congress. Your vote of confidence is needed to strengthen the influence of American Zionist leadership in the councils of the world. 3 The ZOA has waged a powerful and successful campaign to win American public opinion for Zionism. Give your vote to the leadership which has so ably represented the movement these many years. 4 The ZOA has one unswerving objective—the establishment of a free and democratic Jewish Commonwealth. It is equipped in its numbers, its leadership and its program to lead the Zionist movement to victory. 5 The ZOA stands above parties and is the only body which can unite the movement outwardly and inwardly for the best interest of our common cause. 6 The ZOA has given its unstinted support to every measure and agency designed to alleviate and protect the status of Jewish labor in Palestine. 7 The United States with 5,000,000 Jews is the largest Jewish Community in the world. As such, it should assume its rightful place ol leadership in the formulation of policies and decisions at the World Zionist Congress. 8 The Zionist Organization of America is the largest Zionist body in uu country, and is supported by the overwhelming majority of enrolled Zionists. Its membership, including that of its youth groups, has grown from 25,000 to almost 200,000. in the past seven years. 9 General Zionists through the ZOA have shouldered the major portion of the fund-raising program for the development of Palestine during the past 45 years. They have carried the major burden of the movement in general. in Help to bring 100.000 Jews into Palestine. Above all, help in the attainIU ment of the ultimate objective—a Jewish Commonwealth—the only solution to the problem of Jewish homelessness. GO TO THE POLLS-BRING EVERY ADULT MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY— MAN AND WOMAN—WITH YOU. VOTE THE ZOA SLATE FOR A JEWISH STATE! ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA POLLING PLACES: MIAMI BEACH: MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, BEACH Y and BETH JACOB. MIAMI: MIAMI Y and BETH DAVID. 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.. SUNDAY. JUNE 16



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1946 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES „ y CHARLES R .JACOBS.^ retary. Sholem Lodge jjy Convention Krt (and back-breaking) P ta, ride to Baltimore by ^.StShoi,-., lodge and b .„• delegation: Dina Gold^"ea Schneider, Dolly Pont, ,W Ann Weintrub, Harry fcS: Milt Friedman, Ph.l fallach and CRJ He record-breaking turn-out of '1 than 400 delegates from 70 in the fifth district, deLKthe railroad strike. tMM. nation tie-ups, and hotel headfrhe zooming flight of Max SilL ar( i Fred Shochet from New fcrk in order to attend the conation. President Al Pallot and 5 ] 0 vely spouse. Doris, who did fawiie. Lou Heiman's wonderH modesty upon his election as kt vice president of district to No. 5. Fne atrocious rainy weather in llimore (Miami, ah loves y'all). %  Mr. and Mrs Sam B. Miller, \o cat short their vacations, mefrcm New Hav n and Wash|ton, D. C. Sam pitched right Jand handled tl i mileage reIbursements like the smooth leran that he is. liathan Adelman's sartorial device and charming manner with ladies. Milton Friedman's let but effective battle to get jger and bett< r allocations for [youth groups. Phil Wallach and his cigars— Ire'? a real sport from the old fte inspirational addresses by A. L. Sachar, national direclofHillel foundations; Henry In-ky. national president, B'nai l:h, and Mayor McKeldin, of %  zing efficiency and ( %  Eke patience of Brother JuFisht-r. secretary of district |ge No. 5. le splendid co-opi ration of the Miami Beach lodge as well as all other Florida delegates in order caucuses. Orchids to Sol Goldstrom and Harold Turk for their experience and leadership in those hot sessions. Two Ben B'riths extraordinaire! In response to many questions put to your scribe and the public affairs committee on the issues in the railroad case, the committee, anxious as always to serve the Brotherhood, has arranged an unusual panel discussion for the next regular meeting on Tuesday, June 11. A noted economist, an official of the railroad brotherhood, and an outstanding editorial writer will exchange views on this vital subject. It is our opinion that the committee on public affairs has fulfilled its pledge to keep the membership informed on important local and national problems. Chairman John Kronenfeld and Co-chairman Gil Balkin have done a terrific job of education via direct mail, sending to the entire membership such provocative literature as the Army Fact Sheet on fascism, pamphlets on OPA and inflation, pamphlets on racism and messages on tolerance. Brothers interested in this committee and its lively functions phone Gil Balkin at 3-6306. Hats off to Sam Silver for the splendid job on handling railroad reservations for the convention. Hearty congratulations to the following new Ben B'riths who have come into the fold since the date of the last publication: Chas. Cohen, David Lemelman, Dr. Jack Seitlin, William L. Pallot, Louis T. Davidson, Max Sharer, Michael M. Isenberg, Arthur Grossberger, Louis Safer, and Rev. Maurice Mamches. Good luck! AUGUST imo.s >, lb f/" lit W Ask Your Local Delicatessen Tor ihe Best • III Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meat* Florida Provision Co., Distributors. Ph. 2-6141 PAINTING and DECORATING Quality Work By Qualified Workmen ALL WORK GUARANTEED G-ULFSTREAM PAINTERS PHONE 7-5118 MY JEWISH FRIENDS fn!2L ARE AFFLICTED WITH ANY OF THE FOLHftVE COLD S IN THE HEAD. COUGHS. RFIMO E i JESS CATARRH. BRONCHIAL TUBES OUNG CONGESTED, ASTHMA. SINUS. ETC.. you INHAirec" an absol u*e FREE SAMPLE of PAGE'S Assvr made in rigore** farm Herbs from nwJr J' C The ver Y be8t obtainable for the above FRFF O c n e .£ ,flic,ions a DRUG STORES. ASK FOR A YOUBUY ri E 9 m sloaan h '""" THEM BEFORE of norm/ EM -" Th y have been used by millions *5? A lac 1 892 We wish y u to *r a free ficial ro i Use your own judgment as to the beneresults you receive. Regular sizes as follows: ^Cigarettes 35c 45 for 60c 95 for $1.20 Leading Drug Stores Sell Them In Miami and Throughout the World %  me Smoke mp0r, L n l word more %  mat me Medicated 3c hes the afflicted parts where liquids can be used, receive rRF h ~— e 0nl y* but vou can and wiU Therefore samples will be given for the ,: !" g ,0r a short time only, but yo SAMPLE by writing S D S0LIDATED CHEMICAL CO.D. P t. j#. "ERRYST. S. E. ORAND RAPIDS. MICH. h desired result le not obtained In a few days, Consult Vour Physician ^JenlstifhrHIHrt Pioneer Women Honor Workers At Party Mr. and Mrs. Rubin, of Chicago, Zll onored for their Zi !" t work at a recent party given by he P 10 neer Women's organization at the home of Mrs. Shubow, *#} Jefferson ave. Mrs. Marcus and Mrs. Witner received certificates for donating SrJ" \ r oom in the Moh ^soth Hapoaloth in Palestine and Mr and Mrs. Rubin received a similar citation for sponsoring a suite of rooms. K T h e P[ e L sematio ns were made by Mrs. Ethel Dorff, toastmistress. HERB GELTNER WINS TRIP TO TALLAHASSEE A trip to Tallahassee to watch the state government in action is in store for Herb Geltner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner, 1784 S.W. Fifth st. Herb and three other students of Technical high school will be sent to the capitol from Aue. 24 to 31 by the Harvey Seeds post, American Legion. On his return, he will give a report of his trip to schoolmates in the history and civics classes. Vice president of the student council, Herb will be in the 7A next year. MSL POSTPONES TRIP The Miami Service league's monthly visitation to the Pratt General (Biltmore) Army hospital, scheduled for Wednesday evening, was called off due to the Shevuos holiday, Mrs. Leon Kaplan announced this week. The trip has been postponed till Wednesday, June 19. Next meeting of the league will be held 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Miami Y. PAGE FIVE Y GROUP TO SPONSOR WEEKLY BREAKFASTS The Dux club, an independent Miami Y group of young men, %  will sponsor a new project in the form of breakfast meetings beginning Sunday morning, accordcording to Milton Kline, advisor. Fust guest speaker will be Samuel Carothers, executive director of the Southern onference of Human Welfare. The breakfasts will be held every Sunday morning and a guest speaker will be invited to talk on a topic of Jewish and general interest. The club is composed of young men between the ages of 16 and 20. The Rev. Israel Taber officiated at the Bris of Eliot Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ostroff, 742 N. W. 18th St.. on Sunday. : Beach Woman Honored The special book issued at the tenth annual B'nai B'rith Young Women's organization convention will be dedicated to Mrs. Sam Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm ave., who was the founder of the organization in district six. Mrs. Prosterman flew to Chicago this week to attend the convention. She will be away for a 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 N O W, more than ever, you i to stay on the Job and do i .. fall share of the work which most be done. Headache, Muscular Pains, Simple Neuralgia, Fanetional Monthly Pains alow 70a down, interfere with your work. spoil y 0ur f unHave yon ever tried DR. MILES Anti-Pain Pills when any of these common palna have made you miserable T Dr. Miles Anti-Pain PiUa arc pleasant to take, and prompt in action. They do not upset tha stomach or make yon constipated. A single tablet usually brings relief. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Puts are compounded under the supervision of competent chemists. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pin* at your drug store. Regular package 25, Economy package $1.00. Read directions and take only as directed. Sine* 1934, our average rat* for home use has been cut ia half. SUNSHINE SERVICE BOW makes it even ehaapei to live better electricallyin Florida. ELECTRIC RATES G0 e f iWj!/ > FIORIM PO GIT mm v Z MILLION DOLLAR RATE REDUCTION 7(ouJ l'tl tfficc// %  r I r 1 %  %  i I • 1



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BWB9KBHMHnn| rt:^i?3iSSB*;3s?SS55SlKr PAGE SIX +Je*lstnorM**!L !" DAY. JUNE ihd^wiyUFJIiDinidliiaip Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. S3 00. Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHF.T. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor^ VOLUME .0 Nl'MBKR 23 Miami 18. Florida. Friday. June 1, 1840 S1VAN 8, 5706 WHY THE CONFERENCE? The American Jewish Conference has appointed a 21-member committee to study and make recommendations for a permanent conference. Thus the conference has come full cycle. When the idea for an over-all body was first suggested a few short years ago we were to have an American Jewish Assembly. I his body representative and democratically elected, was to have dealt with Jewish problems on both the American and overseas scenes. The idea of an Assembly, with its implications of selfrule, was abhorrent to the American Jewish committee and its friends. So the name was changed to conference. Then the conference was prevented from discussing the American Jewish scene and its problems. Curiously, interest in and discussion about the discrimination problems of the American Jewish community were not to be discussed by the very representatives of the Jews in America. Either they were considered incapable of discussing their own problems, or such action would be considered as encroaching on the established agencies in the field. The conference did take a stand on Palestine, and gave ammunition to the anti-Zioniats. It did appear at the United Nations conference at San Francisco, but it had to share honors with other Jewish organizations. And now the conference wants to peipetuate itself. It was too much to expect that the conference would voluntarily dissolve itself. That would be contrary to human nature. It is a foregone conclusion that the committee appointed to investigate perpetuation ol the conference will recommend its permanent organization. But the American Jewish public has the right to ask questions: What work can the conference do that is not done now by other agencies? What would be the real contribution of a permanent conference? Who will be members? How elected? How binding will decisions be? Is this the intended beginning of authority in American Jewish life? But most important is this question: What great accomplishments has the conference to its credit that it should feel that Jewish life in America will collapse without a permanent conference? The motto of Jewish life should be "no moie organizations unless they servo a definite need." MR. SXG60T1 Mr. —' VAiBiggott: "I hope I'm being rescued by a %  ^ native-born American,^ JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1945. JT. A.J "Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright. 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, l nc J) ACTION WANTED: An all-out campaign against the State department will soon be launched by all Zionist groups tn the country, if action is not taken by the government to move the 100.000 displaced Jews to {Palestine. This was obvious from QUESTION: Why is the name mH)d ()f the 400 Zion i st lead"Bar Mitzva" applied to a boy ^ whQ asscmblcd last week in upon the completion of his tnir|Wa>hjngton f or an urgent closed teenth year? conference to voice their attitude ANSWER: According to Jewish 0 „ the recommendations of the „, boy w ho has complet-j Anglo Am erican Inquiry commitSh£ thirteenth year of life ho Ite. Zionist leaders in this rlehed the age of religious duty untry f cc l that the State de"partment is ••double-crossing" the and"divini re ponsibility. The actual name Bar Mitzva meanijiterally "son of command. This Jews and the members of the Anglo-American committee on the involved strategy TU of the American" ^M regard to all these profit decided upon this week M. the moat important ISff the American Zionist Emet council in New York less to say, the decisions' u at that session secret." %  N ision are "a nuliuj THE OLD COUNTRY: The need for an English lation of the works of Shol. ]1;1 ars i n the Talmud (Baque8 tion of the 100,000 displaced Metziah 96 A) where it refers ,,. ws while President Truman .', even wn Israelite. [is sincerely desinous of having '(,(,„.;' rabbinical terms for a tll( m transferred from Europe to lad reaching this psychological Palestine as soon as possible, the and physiological age of puberty j state department is delaying the ar0 "Gadol" (big, grown) and matu r and following the British Bar Onshin" (son of punishment). Whatever term is used the idea is carried that a boy reaching the lino of sabotage The policy of the State departmi nt is all the more regrettable earned tnai a "> '""" % %  • im-m % % %  > % %  %  •—•— • day of his fourteenth year sm( ( j t clashes with the action of life automatically carries upon ()f thc war department which has himself the new responsibility of „,.„!,. ; ,11 the necessary plans to ti c commandments and is consultransport the 100.000 Jews to Pal., full-fledged male insofar t sUnt ; n the shortest possible as making vows, being considerlime The War department is ed ,,-,rt of a religious quorum (Minyan), etc. especially interested in complet— m st famous Vy dish writer, has long been fefci American Jews who cannot m Yiddish ... This need has n been met by Crown publish in "the Old Country," a vok. containing 27 of Sholem iij3 chem's best short stories T stories have been translated' Julius and Fiances Butwin, vU obviously have much love veneration for the author. COMMUNAL NOTES: Even the most outspoken p_ mists who never believed thatt Jews in America would respoa fully to the call of the I'nfl Jewish Appeal for the unpn dented sum of $100,000,000 nrtw of the "pinion that sum will be raised .. TheUM drive is going very well, and t G0|#VV.M/ — r^ r-, -•....,, a, ing the transfer soon because the communities throughout thei Today it is customary for a hoy Jesa DP'. in the American zone, J try are reaching their local q ,' i ,.!-. ion in he At., I u.,.,^^,.li^c for tho Ameri-1 It ic mlu IM k-,1 ,W.I the less headaches for the Ameri-j. It is only too badthati can military government • of these communities are Especially as U. S. troop-DP relaing" their contributions to tions are deteriorating When highly important nationali Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. zations and institutions, ill when he reaches such age to be -called up" to the Torah and have a portion of the law read before him: usually the "Maftir" (proportion) is given him to jj r Abba nuiei 9uvw ••" -• %  • zanons ana msuiuuons, in oral read or at least to make the acStephen Wise visited the State to be able to contribute more j panying blessings thereto. department last week they minced the United Jewish Appeal ...j _.._,....*. ,„u._ .v.n no words in talking to Dean J This brings to the forefront^ Acheson, under-secretary of state lq ues tj 0 n of what is going to 1 And they were, according to pen m xl year smcc lhe all reports, not very polite, even leadership has announced on the surface | $120,000,000 will be needed toi BUSY INTERMISSION: QUESTION: When was the Bar Mitzva ceremony originated? ANSWED: There are writers like Leopold Low (Die Lebesshalter in Judische Literatur) who claim that the Bar Mitzva ritual has become a fixed ceremony only as early as the fourteenth century in Germany. Apparently he has overlooked many sources l which indicate quite plainly that !" hp C( m ss bc hc ld in the 'ntergover nmenta ommitt the ceremony of Bar Mitzva seems Uml(d Statl s after all One refugees S2Xl ept j on 0 f paid Zionist protl e f 13 as the age for com{( .,.„ in .,i Si are n ot in a position to leave their private interests at home during the winter months ... It would be different, they argue, if the congress took place in the summer ... A trip to Paltle the 100,000 displaced Jews N„w that the World ^* ^ftft^l? Il tS£ i i Congress has been postponed unrnob.l./cd Jewish.soldmj leaders are pressing their demand mandments. Ot'• rei arks may be found abundantly in the Midrash which claims in the words of Rabbi Klezer, "Until the thirteenth year it is tin father's duty to train the est i n e or to Europe in the sumt( • this he must say. Blessmcr wou i d nnt interfere with the ed bc he who has taken from me pr j vatc affairs of the delegates, risibility for punishment and wou ] d be in the nature of a for this lad." The latter phrase is vacation But now recited by the father of the !' Mil aft. r the son makes the first W over the scroll on his day. It is also interesting to note shic claims that Abrah im rejected the idol worship of i father and bei ame a worr of God at thl age of 13. Also the claim that Jacob and !' n li : iv t assume parting ways but that both studied togethei until the ag. of 13. Most of thi trauthoritativc writers of iturc claim that the d< ve i %  • %  of 13 w handed n God to Moses on (H ilochoh Lemoshe Mi na I and thi reafter was passed -i by tradition to the conse%  %  orations, QUESTION: What special significance was attached by lhe rabbis IT lhe age of twenty? ANSWED: Then | a ,tatement rabbinic literature thai the inin.. %  ^......, tll.n 11 %  %  "• al of mortals does not fl '' I Pi ni I mtnt until the individual I hed the age of 13 and that the tribunal of heaven does not inflict punishment until he is of the age of 20 The age of 20 itself is oft referred to, as for example, the special significance it received by the rab1 in the life of Sarah. It is apparent from human observation that a boy upon the age. of 13 is accredited with the maturity m intelligence to understand the difference between right *"* most of the delegates cannot afford a vacation during the height of business and social activities Between now and December, quite a lot of very important developments will definitely take place with regard to Palestine And it can be safely predicted that the outcome of these developmnts will influence the final decision as to where the Zionist congress should be held As -matters stand now, Zionist leaders have more serious matters to worry about than the location of the congress They must concentrate on bringing the 100,000 Jews from Europe to Palestine They must prepare for official discussions with the British and United States governments They must mobilize their forces for the forthcoming session of the United Nations assembly in September, at which the Palestine question will be taken up, and they must be on guard against the intrigues of the Arab kings and the Palestine administration All this is a tremendous job requiring maximum energy and wrong with reference to relationship between man and his fellow man whereas the maturity of phic understanding doesn't reach the average man until the age of 20. From thence on he may therefore be punished by the tribunal of heaven, so, the Jewish Agency will I another SI00.000.000—the sum it has ever requested.. | And the Joint Distributicni mittee will certainly need n next year than this year, lhe situation of the Jews mf^ gary, Poland. Slovakia, RuM and other countries is going & bad to worse Negotiations^ tween the Zionists and the. with regard to their partnen in the United Jewish Appeal' start this year much earierUj previously ... In fact ~ nary talks arc already g< Hadassah headquarters s i receiving numerous pr lestsr chapters and individual meiw who insist on having a Jot Hadassah slate...TbeZOM to the Hadassah prov'jedjj. ity in the number of deW*J the congress, and equal repn tation on the congress j sion. In addition, h< Z bred the Hadassah adagl mentation on the execuWJ the Jewish Agenc**"*" Hadassah docs not have* ent • Mrs. EdwardJac* orary president o fj •* is one of the member^ ish Agency executive, w there as a <^Z*\ non-Zionists Mrs. 0 is in Palestine at g^l special mission, has iJ Hadassah. by cable. ^ „] would accept noimgJJ ^ delegate to the World Congress. • AID FOOD DRIVE A can ---ST* members ana "" ft he x t meeting Kn thian Sister Wednesday t0 the next mee.m^ N a ft| 8:30 P" m TS wil behave. The food *'" ave seas



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7, 1946 +Jelsti Fk>rldllan PAGE SEVEN ^SCHOLARSHIPS T 7^7and Charles Jeanette J 11 ^ .,,,, a month's ^'f the Brandcis camp • larshiP "W nt,nl;.l,., Pa., this *** < orS -s in the essay K r c>n.lud,d by the EtamTziontat Youth MaW fcmisswn\as8f**jew,sh Kftto Palestine national scholarships to [Mo additional ed k"Tnk' and Emanuel ftJff basis of their MrUd n Ziimst vouth activities *!iiS %  %  F rankci is & of Junior Hadawah and Stadlm is an officer of Ha[ Three other essay contestants Lm the judges considered in UK final decision were Blanche hmett. Josephine Berman and Una Lewis. [supervising the contest were S. 1 Goodman, chairman of the tooth commission; Mrs. George fohen, essay contest chairman; hbbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff, Irs. N. Lesowoder, Harold Shapo, and the judges, Rabbi Albert Michels, Harry Simonhoff, f P. Cannes. Max Meisel and lorothy Krieger Fink. MJOC Sisterhood Holds Installation Affair New officers of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sisterhood will be installed by Rabbi Murray Grauer at a luncheon meeting at noon Wednesday at the Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st. Officers to be inducted are Mrs. Murray Grauer, chaplain; Mrs, E. Karger, president; Mrs. Max Kupferstein, first vice president; Mrs. Leo Rothenberg, second vice president; Mrs. S. Geltner, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred Ochs, financial secretary; Mrs. A. M. Bear, treasurer; Miss F. Pepper, corresponding secretary. Board members arc the Mesdames M. Rifas, Max Mint/er, A. Pepper, L. Lazar, M. Rappaport, A. Sands, E. Shochet, L. Simon, J. Solinger, D. Singer, H. Rottenberg and Mrs. Temple. The Sisterhood will sponsor a card party Sunday evening for the benefit of the Talmud Torah with Mrs. Kupferstein, Mrs. Rappaport and Mrs. Shochet serving as hostesses. The affair will be held at the Talmud Torah. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBN1CE. RepreaentotiT. ITuami for REST I CON VALESCEWCI •WCMRONXCMM jSun Rqy Park >althR_esort I AUI W l'.ftCltR>10"COL*'. ft OR. OH Home for Aged to Build The Jewish Home for the Aged has scheduled a capital funds drive and construction of additional facilities for the fall. Accommodations for 40 persons will be included in the new building which will be located next to the present home at 335 S. W. 15th ave. TERMITE CONTROL EXTERMINATING FUMIGATING GENERAL EXTERMINATING CO. 436 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach FREE INSPECTION PHONE 5-3765 Editor, The J< wii h Floridian: Isn't it about time tl at J< Florida saw to it that the word "ki shi i" be used truthfully. And how ci uld the elimination of fraudulent kosher announci ments be brought about? B< the i nactment of state li gislation, i New York, which would prevenl on penalty of sevi n punisl the duping of the buying p Not long ago a delicatessi n and restaurant movi new location in the city in which I live. I inquired about the type of meals served and was told that the restaurant was not in plete op. ration. Howi vei. evi n so, I could obtain bacon and i etc. Yet the next day Ihi re appi IF %  an advertisement in the local paper of general circulation stating that a kosher line i t gri was for sale. Such a situation may be worse here than in Miami or Jacksonville, but still needs to be remedied, I venture to say, whi i :. ide in Floi ida. To those who fear th*t requesting our state legislature to pass a "kosher means strictly kosher law" will discredit Jewry, my answer is that hypocrisy among our vendors of Jewish food '.'.ill increase if not checked by gov< n.mental means, so that many pi ople will come to say "If I'm getting trefah products and paying a kosher price. I'll go into a Gentili store in the first place." Kashrus, one of the meat cornerstones of our Jewish life, will suffer so that eventually we will f,,,. find ourselves forced to pass some kind of "truth in advertising law." Ri spectfully, Joseph Schrebnick. Mrs. Symon Argintar; Lillian, hter of Mr. and Mrs. N. off; Janet, daughter of Mrs. Jennii Rich. COL. KELLY TO RELATE EXPERIENCES IN JAPAN Unable to retain his present location, L. Selis has closed his groci ry store on Clematis st. and will not reopen it until the wini' r season. Miss Ri gina Jacoby, of New Yoik, is in Miami, after having ••pent several months in W.st Palm Beach with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Herschkorn, Flamingo dr. Col. Tom Kelly, who recently returned from Japan, will speak on "Japan as I Saw It" at the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheon at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club, Seybold bldg. Col. Kelly was formerly commander of the American Legion and exalted ruler ol the Elks in Miami. "Ill" IIIIIII mini %  mi in in urn "'"I ii iillli •II !" in nun Illiiiifl iiiiimiu !... iiiiiiiiiii pr ..ill.. inn in m %  mi Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Kleinfeld, their son and Mrs. Kli infeld's mother 'motored to Santa Monica, Calif., where Rabbi Kleinfeld, former Army air forces n, will resume Ids pastorate. Known as the "flying chaplain" of the air transport command. Capt. Kleinfeld saw duty in Europe and Ici land and prior to his re. enl e| ai ati in from the service had the entiri Atlantic area to New Yoik and adjacent islands under Ins jurisdiction. Since last October, Mrs. Kleinfeld has made her home in West Palm Beach. Although the large minyoniir. of the winter are past, Sh morning services are still hi Id at 9:30 a.m. in Temple Beth El. Bal T. filahs include Jacob Glasser, %  in Schocoff, Morris Sheir and Philip Dave. Mrs. Jacob Fe in, of Fein's Department store, is in the North the summer months. Joe BonowitZ, former director of the Junior Legion base:.all program here, is now making his home in San Francisco. Mrs. Frank Bayer is expected to return soon from a visit to Washington, D. C. She and Mr. Bay. r attended the B'nai B'rith convention in Baltimore. Mr. Pay. i, president of the local B'nai B'rith lodge, has already returned. IN GREATER MIAMI c*. k.SlM'X'O RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE j THE HfcH WE SEltVE TO-DAY SLEPT Ittd/JjE OCEAN LAST NIGHT* ^ lMCi..RMIl.l[) STEAK\ 0gff BAR COUNTRY fWlD CHICKEN FRANKsHMWa./il MANAGING DIRECTOR ,^>*^^ *^^^^ > mm$e&* RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie* N. E. SECOND AVE. ai FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2 0760 DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT A D -. Was hin-yton Ave. at 12th St.. Miami Bea c icr% 0P tN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED Telephone 58-2979 C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beech No job too large or too small. Over 50 y ears in business. LAINHART & POTTER J r ^ ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Flo. SOUTHERN DAIRIES sstatiTfc^ffi 'SSSTJS %  UMIIMHJ ductf u(] Ica CrtBm AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE KB CSaUM batCX! 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 Vru Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO., Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue ONETAl DAY VITAMIN i=J.TABLITS T HINK ol HI TOOT mlnImnm dnily rp


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PAGE EIGHT +Jpnlst> flcrMton m %  FEDERATION NAMES NEW DIRECTORS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) chet, William Silvorman, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Louis Snetman, Joseph R. Stein, Elry Stone. Louis Touby, Harold Turk, Alex Van Straaten, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Edward Weinstein, Dr. Philip Weinstein, Mitchell Wolfson, George Wolpert, Rabbi Coleman Zwitman, Norman Rossman, Harry Zuckernick. Representatives of the nine local member agencies who will .sit on the board are S. Ashkenazi, Miriam Baumel, Mrs. Joseph Berman, Mrs. Ann Berson, George Bertman, Mrs. Joseph Brenner, Archie Brick, Jack Burris, Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof, Maurice Cromer, Mrs. Reva Engler Epstein, Mrs. William Feuer, Mrs. Abe Goodman, Louis H. Hciman, Dr. Joseph Kaplan. Leon Kaplan, William Kresner, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Robert Lance, Mrs. Benjamin Landau, Rebecca Levine. Mrs. Murray Maurer, William Mechlowitz, Rabbi Moses Mescneloff, Sidney Meyer, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Mrs. Fred Ochs, Dr. Louis Sadoff, Mrs. I. S. ShapTAMPA HONORS ROTH FOR FASHION MART Nat Roth, president of the Florida Fashion Mart, received a plaque from the city of Tampa, its Chamber of Commerce and the Tourists' association in appreciation for his work toward making the mart, which ended there yesterday, a big Tampa event. Members of the mart also presented Roth a gift sum to buy an automobile. In presenting the plaque, Trenton C. Collins, executive secretary of the merchants' association, said the three yearly shows of the mart attract thousands of buyers and make Tampa a fashion center. Under Roth's leadership, the mart has grown to an organization of more than 115 members, representing 400 nationally known lines of merchandise and attracting buyers from three states. BEACH KNIGHTS ELECT Ben M. Kempler was elected chancellor-commander of the Miami Beach lodge 170, Knights of Pythias, at its election Monday night. He win be installed at the first meeting in July with Ed Snyder vice chancellor: Murray Kostoff, prelate; Lewis Yellin, master of work; Joe Rood, keeper of records and seal; Leo Eisman, master of finance. Also Israel Toby, master of exchequer; Harry Day, master at arms; Murray Kaplan, inner guard; Robert Shore, outer guard; Nat Kirsch and Harry Stum, trustees. The new officers will serve for six months. Contest At Manning's To Choose Best Legs off, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Harry Simonhoff, H. Simons, Harry Sirkin, Hyman Sootin. Judge Harold Spaet, Mrs. Carl Susskind, Mrs. Nat Williams, Louis Zeicntz. SHEVUOS PARTY The Jewish National Workers' alliance will hold a post-Shevuos festival in conjunction with the Pioneer Women's organization at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Beach Y, A. M. Dorff, secretary, reports. A cultural program and refreshments have been planned. David Freedman will preside. Greater Miami's "most beautiful legs" will be chosen at a contest to be held by Manning's Saturday night. Contestants will be judged for the beauty of their legs alone and the rest of their bodies will be hidden by a curtain. 1945, is sponsoring the party and will have as her guests Jackie Jennings, Miss Florida of 1946; Jenni Boyd, Miss Miami Beach; 4axine Mayes, Miss Aviation; and Ruth Byrd, Press Photographers' Queen. Their escorts will be former prisoners of war from the Pratt General hospital. In addition to the contest there will be audience participation games. Harry Pomar, popular in fashion circles, will act as m.c, with Dave Lester and his band supplying the music. Only requisite for the evening of fun is to have dinner at Manning's, no minimum, no cover. 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Mix well. Fill center of loaf ** mixture. Top loaf with length*'" slice. Brush top and sides it melted butter. Make in a rnoderately hot oven (375' F. for M minutes or until lightly brom* Serve sauce (recipe below) the baked sandwich loaf. Strw" 1 Sauce Melt in saucepan— 2 tablespoons butter Remove from heat. Add, then blend— 2 tablespoons flour. Add— 1 cup milk j u, % eup 'condensed cream of tomato aoup, undiluted. Cra^u.Uy bring to. bo'l,£gj conatantly. Serve hot over sandwich loaf. u rt u e\ ot.k< ; %  &'rw"'?J>" —



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1946 -JmlstifkrMton PAGE NINE ^personal Froblems W w A GOLDBERG. Ph.D. Bv W. A. GOLDBERG ^"^Counselling Service. Detroit. Mich. Direcit"' onal pro blems will be answered by mail |Ur questions or. P %  columns Send your questions and a \**fHL!t envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care of £ fSSH Bo2973, Miami 18, Florida. 0N THE JOB AS A PARENT i A linauent children, that is children who have Unts 0' de '. lice station or juvenile home, often tell me [takento U P deQ where me children were after dark. |lhey nave naa ou(ward reason why mo chUd has "gone ,can „ 9 Ve ( of misbehaving children often say the same W. Pa L me wonder if uhe parents are on the job. It IE J/S^Ae question: "What are the duties of parent" manv parents tend to fall into lazy habits. The 9 Z. home from school and go out to play. He m ay tt beyond the dino iy come home ,i a y far beyond J *andcrin in whenever F Timpd In some homes, KSt.auht: A child Kiwis come Home from He reports, as it were, .oesout J pl.V. t-Hing his Lfwhere he will be. In case Wanted, he can be found I if no one is home, he fca note to the same effect. Itule extends to going out ldark, in which case a time is w t generally or SpecificThis is in contrast to homes I dinner waits because Chilian: not home on time or just rt to come in, being too ocd with plav to concern theml with the rights of others. home always has rules, imposed and fairly obBut in a number of children's immature judg[dictates to parents what the its do. mushy kindness one day and a show of parental authority the next day. We are often nauseated by the actions of children of "nice people." They barge into a stranger's home, finger everything they see, monopolize the telephone, help themselves to food. They disarrange furniture and leave without setting the house in order or saying "thank you" to their hostess. We suspect that such children were raised apart from their parents or that they had neither strong precept nor effective training. Training, to us, is no more than learning to live with people, respecting the rights of others, knowing how to act on your own in a way creditable to yourself and your family. FREEDOM vs. LICENSE Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 1441 S. W. Second st., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with their children June 16 at a dinner to be held at 7 p.m. in the Gold Room of the Hotel Barringer. Charlotte, N. C. The couple left last week on a four month vacation. First stop will be a visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrss. Irving Raff, at Columbia, S. C. The younger Raffs will accompany them to Charlotte, the home of another son and daughter-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Raff. Coming from New York for the celebration will be the Paul Raffs' daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Schmer. Also present will be their grandchildren, Lois and Joseph Alan, children of the Bertram Raffs; Linda Ray, daughter of the Irving Raffs, and Jack Henry, son of the Schmers. Mrs. Becky Levine, auditor of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will represent the Miami Women's auxiliary of which Mrs. Raff is vice president. Following the ceremony, the senior Raffs will return to New York with the Schmers to spend the summer at Atlantic Beach, Long Island. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE -By PHINEAS J. BIRONWise parents know when to clamp down on children. They j „„ ,i rhiiHrpn rfnes kn w when to 8 ive them unlimited freedom of action. They use both to prove desirable or undesirable results. They know their children and knowing them, are able to judge, as experts, the method and the consequences. They know where their children are at night. They impose rules fairly, without anger, without tying the children to their apron strings unnecessarily, as if they were only two years old. As leaders of their children, they use intonations and occasional strong Consist in ruling every moveA child needs to learn disnation. He learns it, he s mentally, through the prolof trial and error. Childfi embraces knowing when j blind, deaf and dumb as las when to act with decisive Tness. A child wants freedom IK also wants instruction and lone to imitate. Solid, daypy examph' and consistency more to children than a IN THE HEART OF DOWN TOWN MIAMI IAE FEMKAL f mm MIAMI .ffff44tt II MIITNIAIT HUT AIINVI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home Low Rates laionuble Interest ngei on unpaid bains. 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They know who are the associates, the associates' parents. They do not forbid a child to see an undesirable friend but help the child substitute. They do not use the lazy way of "laying down the law." They go to work realizing the child's immaturity has not yet permitted him to make a proper choice. The warmth of their home they gladly share among the boy's or girl's acquaintances, not as an ideal, but with the hard-headed knowledge of helping their own. To them it makes no difference if all the furniture is used, circumspectly. That is what furniture is for, within limits. They welcome noise, fun, or jokes of healthy play. A bit of dust, dirt, sawdust, shavings, all are taken in their stride. In this way they create an atmosphere of security, of living, far above possessions in lasting effect. Theirs is a family home, for father, mother, children, the friends of children. They are teaching their children how to use a home, now and later, s the center of normal and wholesome living ... a gift which too many do not now have. Attention: Attorney Generals Horace A. Dcmarcst, who was ousted recently by New York State Governor Dewey as d puty commissioner of motor vehi' les of Queens county, after Nev York State Attorney General Na haniel L. Goldstein uncovered the fact that Demarest was one of the incorporates of an outfit called the Knights and Women of the Ku Klux Klan, claims he didn't know what kind of organization it was. He says that when he incorporated the group in 1923, it was known as Alpha Pi Sigma, Inc., a Greek letter fraternity Demarest knew all the time what Alpha Pi Sigma stood for ... It was just a facade to avoid prosecution under the terms of the Walker Anti-Ku Klux Klan law which had just been passed at that time But we have discovered that Mr. Demarest is listed as one of the incorporates of a group called the "White Collar Action Committee, Inc." ... Do you know what kind of an organization that is? The "White Collars" are using the presentday Klan line "Free the Slaves of 1946—Abolish Labor Unions" If Attorney Generals of Georgia, Michigan and California would scrutinize closely the activities of groups using fraternity facades, they would be in for a big surprise Strange Bedfellows It's a laugh—or maybe it isn't— but it's nevertheless true Gerald B. Winrod, notorious antiSemite, is conducting a nationwide campaign in defense of the Committee on Un-American Activities Yes, the editor of The Defender, who is in the front ranks of American hatemongc is. is circularizing his supporters to petition Congress to maintain and expand Congressman Rankin's committee How docs Rev. Winrod know that he has nothing to fear from the congressional committee financed by our taxes to expose undemocratic groups? That question we leave to Mr. Rankin to answer Deserve Medal From the Congressional Record, May 7, 1946: Mr. B. B. Komaiko writes for The Sentinel Mr. Komaiko was asked if he approved referring to the congressional committee (House committee on Un-American Activities) as the "un-American gestapo" Mr. Komaiko said "the committee is un-American in spirit" We know Mr. Komaiko as a forthright anti-fascist fighter Congratulations to a worthy representative of the Anglo-Jewish press. And a medal to Benjamin Marks of Corpus Christi Ben ran a Zionist radio program three years locally before the national Zionist leadership was convinced that it had possibilities for a I coast-to-coast hook-up Now that the Z.O.A. leaders boast of it. Ben is forgotten High Learning Two of Pierre van Paassen's books have just appeared in Hebrew in Palestine ... He was the only "Goy" who this year received an honorary degree of Hebrow letters from Dr. Wise's Jewish Institute of Religion Zalman Shneor, the distinguished (Continued on Page 12) • A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Upton, President w So— The J*2"2 _. 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| •?" g ~y;.v,:-':p/-'s^;:ft.^^^e^sr3; ttQSMn 'r 1 ^^^ ~;~^:p*s2p*~£* PAGE TEN 9-JewlstncrldM]_ FLORIDA STUDENTS TO ATTEND INSTITUTE Miss Fern Matros, president of the University of Miami Hillel foundation, has been awarded a scholarship to the Hillel summer institute by the B'nai B'rith Women of Sholcm lodge. Similar awards will be made to a student at Florida State College for Women and one from the University of Florida. They will attend the institute at Camp High Point, New York, from Aug. 29 to Sept. 9. In return for the scholarships the students aid the Hillel program in their universities. InlheRousesof Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative Merle Franklin Heads Royal Palm Chapter Merle Franklin was elected president of the Royal Palm chapter. Aleph Zadic Aleph, at the semi-annual election held at the Beach Y last week. He succeeds Melvin Frumkes as head of the B'nai B'rith youth organization. Other officers are Herbert King, vice president: Jordan Miller, secretary; Marvin Magid, treasurer; Larry Kassman, reporter; Teddy Thurston and Dick Cohen, sergeants at arms, and Morton Smith, chaplain. Friday evening services,. 6:15 p m. Saturday morning services ,9 am Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the 'Weekly Portion of the Law." Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy Scout troop meeting every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Habbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform ConfirmatiorToTthe 1946 class will be held at 7:30 p.m. this evening. Rabbi Appelbaum and Dr. jSb Kaplan will address the class. A reception will be held in honor of the confirmands by thenparents in Kaplan hall following the service. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Friday evening services, 5:30 p m. Rabbi Kronish will officiate, assisted by Cantor Kelemer. Worshippers are urged to meditate in the Temple during the 15minute organ prilude which precedes the service. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE IMSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 N. L FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States \ronl\ 4106 ROYAL PALfcT AVENUfe MIAMI BEACH i^** 5-2026 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection X GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, President MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamches Orthodox Friday evening services, 7 p.m. Saturday morning services, 9 a.m. Shimshon group. 3:30 p.m.. Cantor Maftir, 4 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 715 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will speak on the "Weekly Portion of the Law." 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. The Bar Mitzva of Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shlafrock, will be celebrated. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Friedman will officiate. The last in this season's series of student services will be held at 10:30 a.m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Meecheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion of the Week." MRS. ARNOLD PLANS LATE JUNE WEDDING ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE It Dealers in Pratt . C. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Oertrude Kaplan; a son, l.t.


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'^^ ^ ^vz^v^^W^^^^^^^f^^^^-^^^^O PAGE TWELVE fMictly tomjUUntiat (Continued from Pag* •) Hebrew poet who received the same degree, is the third great Hebrew poet to be thus honored by Dr. Wise The late Hayim Hachman Bialik and Saul Tchernichowsky were also recipients of the doctor's degree The Hebrew Union college, the oldest rabbinical seminary in the entire American continent, is recasting its curriculum in such a manner as to make it possible for students to obtain their full training for the rabbinate in six years or less instead of eight or nine as heretofore Rabbi Joshua Bloch is receiving an honorary doctor's degree from Hebrew Union college next week Joshua Bloch is rightly regarded as one of the outstanding Hebrew scholars in America And you might be interested to know that Rabbi Oscar Z. Fasman, the newlyelected executive vice president of the Hebrew Theological college of Chicago, is a native American rabbi Arthur Meyerowitz, in the service of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations since 1927, is retiring ... Mr. Meyerowitz was responsible for raising most of the budget of the Union single-handedly Miscellany There will be repercussions from Dr. Philip K. Hitti's trip to the Near East in behalf of the State department's office of cultural affairs ... Dr. Hitti is a fervent Arab nationalist whose culture interests are primarily political. Frank L. Weil, president of the National Jewish Welfare board, can be proud of the io annual report of his organization. ... An impressive record %  •• is rumored that the resignation of ex-Ambassador Carlcton J. Hayes as national Catholic cochairman of the National Conference of Christians and Jews IS due to resentment of his pro-Franco sentiments on the part of many American Protestants ... The Midwest American Unitarian Youth conference resolution on the Youth for Christ Movement states: "After visiting many YFC meetings in various parts of the country we urge caution before supporting YFC programs. (Copyright, INC Seven Arta Feature Syndicate) JWB ARCHITECT TO AID MIAMI Y Hollywood Women Meet A meeting of the ladies' auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community Center, originally scheduled for last Tuesday, will be held June 11 at the Center. Hostesses will be Mrs. M. Greitzer, Mrs. George Harmon. Mrs. Joseph Hadoch and Mrs. Michael Hauser. £ 0 GUST BROS RY C LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undtrsinnrd. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of The • STOFTOBAK CO." at 1340 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the t'lrcult Court of Dade County, Florida. M. G. SCHWE1UER, Owner. 5/3 1 8/7-U-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MIAMI JEWEIJIY MANUFACTURINti CO.. at 127 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SHAKTMAN BERNARD SHAKTMAN 5/31 6/7-14-21-28 Leon Spector, architect of the National Jewish Welfare board building department, will arrive in Miami on Sunday to hold conferences with the planning committee of the Miami Y. Spector will also confer with local architects with the view of preparing plans for the Miami Y building. A special board meeting has been called by Leon Kaplan, chairman of the board of directors, for Sunday morning at the Y, to take definite action. Henry Jacobson, chairman of the Y's membership campaign, announced that 43 new members were enrolled at the opening rally of the campaign Sunday night." The goal of 500 is to be reached during this month. Hungarian Government Fights Anti-Semitism BUDAPEST~m : A>--J7. is h leaders this week appealed to B dapest Jews not to organize an v further demonstrate ns to pi ;„est the killing of three Jew* £t Kunmadaras last week .tat ng that they are satisfied that the government is acting to punish §,e participants in the outbreak an d to prevent repetition of such incidents. It was revealed that among the P0 persons arrested for participation In the anti-Jewissh not in Kunmadaras is the.secretary of the local branch oT the Small Holders party, which is the largi si political party in the country. The disturbance has become a political hot potato, with every party attempting to pm the responsibility on its opponents. The Budapest radio broadcast a statement by Premier Feicnc Nagy in which he condemned the outbreak. "In the past years Hungarian Jews endured untold sufferings," he said. "They do not deserve additional hardships. The activities of disruptive elements are harming Hungary and creating the impression abroad that fascist excesses here have not ended." The broadcast quoted Vice Premier Matyas Rakosi as demanding that the Ministry of Justice take summary action against the perpetrators of the pogrom, and urging death sentences for the ringleaders, FRIDAY JUNEMIAMI Y TEAM LEADS SOFTBALL LEAGUE The Miami Y softball team Is leading the Miami Annex league number two with 10 victories and no defeats. During the next few weeks, the team will meet Little River Businessmen's association, 7:30 p.m. Monday; the B.R.C. Thursday evening, and the Knights of Columbus Wednesday, June 19. Three of the league s leading pitchers, Irwin Berger, Ted Lazarus, and Dr. Leo Levin are members of the Y team. Six of the team's batters are hitting over 300. They are Bob Miller, Harold Kahn, Joe Levine, Bobby Kaplan, I. Schemer and Seymour Gladstone. On the club roster are Bob Miller, manager, and Harold Kahn. Mitchell Goldman, Billy Lamb, Al Bcrkowitt, Frank (Marks and Manny Lubel, outfielders; Dave Lackowitz, Joe Levine, Bobby Kaplan, I. Schemer, George Bernstein and Marty Spilka, infielders. Seymour Gladstone, Mitchell Goldman, catchers; Irwin Berger, Ted Lazaruu, Dr. Leo Levin and Harold Berkowitz, pitchers. Games are played at the Miami Annex number two softball field at N. W. Third st. and 14th ave., next to Orange Bowl. There is no admission charge. Tampa Rabbi necei Honorary Deore, Rabbi David 1 •, Temple Scharrei Zcdek^J was awarded the hi' H gree of doctor of h S> I the University of TI^I commencement exerc?/ evening, Dr. Elwoodlei president of the „ • Jjj nounced yesterday ^' The degree m. Rabbi LiibV* tmn of 15 years of l oya f te l.gent service as p r „L religion and sociology• ?*, versity of Tampa a g „l^ tmn of hi. comributioJS ress of constructive causes,' Dr. Nance said LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE 18 HERKI1Y OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnem umli-r t li.rietltloui name <>f AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING CO., at 150 N. W. 7Srd Bt., Miami. Fla., Intense i< register nald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, NAT MANX. 6 7-14-21-28 7 '. NOTKK IS liKKI.KY U1VKN that the undersigned, de.-lting io engage In business uiti'er the firtltious name of MARC ABBOTT, LTD., at 345 Miracle Mite, Coral Gtblea, intend to register Bald name witn the t'b-ik of th. Clr.,..1, <',.<>.., ... I1...1. .' t.v ....t.. cult < nut • %  < Dade County, Florida. DAVID MARCUS WINIFRED 8. MARCUS HAK'il.l. 8. ABBOTT I'EII. AlilloTT SILVER MAX Attorney f >r Applicants 5/S4-S1 6/7-14-21 CHARLE8 ni.I.TK DIANA COOPER3MITH. 4tl,,rn..v #.. ...II... ... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busineHS under the fictitious name ot FERGUSON SL WRIGHT, at 10. N. E. 1st Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WALTER E. RODDA WILLIAM B. BLAIR TEE JAY TURNER WILLIAM L PALLOT, Attorney for Petitioners. 1214 Congress Bldg. 5/31 6/7-14-21-2* Attorney for Applies "./24-31 6/7-14-21 •>.... ....... ,,, (,,, unit oi ijade County, Florida. ,,. K I'HARD A. FINKE, 5/24-31 6/7-14-21 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 ..v-s a ui i-iuif ^..aiuiiv, I* inn Mil RUBEN WASHERMAN HARRY SMITH EDWARD H LEVIN, Attorney for Applicant*. s/10-17-24-31 6/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CITY LINE OROCEHY. at Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR HERSHBEIN ABE HERSHBEIN VON ZAMFT. SIMON ft KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 6/31 6/7-14-21-2S %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia Are., Coral Gables. Fla.. intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. F r BERNARD C. GROSS STANLEY J. BROMBSRO Paul He ni. id's 62 year old mother is now Safe in Hollywood, via Paris and New York. She lived in Vienna during the war years and had not seen her famous son since 1936. Her first day in Hollywood was spent with Paul on the set of "Deception," the film he is now making with Bette Davis at Warners, GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your root repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-SS60 LEGAL, NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, o. Blrlng to engage In business under thu fictitious name of A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE at 223S N. W. Miami Court, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court or Dade County, Florida. LOUIS c. SCHATZ HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant, 1105 Congress building. S 24-31 6 7-14-21 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at 1138 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, intend in register sal.i name with the Clerk of ih,. Circuit Conn of Dade County, Florida. UKLA McCUTCHEON WILLIAM CONRAD HAR( UJD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicants, ''-'. Unroln Road. 5 24-31 6 7-14 (\ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In 8Sf!","; ss .'.""'• %  '"•• fictitious name of WILLIAMS GROCERY STORE at %  *• %  x W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla... Int-n.l to rei;„t,.| s .,„| „. ime W |, n the i.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade ty, Florida. M MtltY HOBERMAN CHARLESFELDMAN LEON KAI-I.AX. I'artn.is. Attorney f.,,Applicant*. 5 17-24-31 6/7-H NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '','' ," 'flgned, desiring to engage In bus II,,...S undei the fictitious name of YOLAOS OROCERY DELICATES!" N 'I %  %  • N. Miami Ave., Miami. MB., ^intendto register said name with ine ( lerkof the circuit Court of Dade ounty, Honda. 5/17-24-31 lilll.ll' GOLDBERG, %  VI. LEVY, ... ,. I'artners. 6/. -14 %  „ i.rf.ie < ouniv. Klor RENEE MALMUTH, 5/10-17-24-31 6/7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. de-ii-ln* to en K a K e. in THE TAMIAMI FIRMTURE A Tnv MANUFACTURING CO, at Miami wh ,l n,e A a lister .aid name with the Ctekol the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida KXPJ2 KOrPELMAN. PHILIP COHEN", NATALIE If. WE!N-STEI.V Par '' r 420 Lincoln Road. 5/3 A l tt / r 7 n e i';.^2^ Pl "iin "' BUY SA^OSlbNDST" BUY THEM NOWI N" l t !, is HEREBY GIVEN that ,'',!,'" '-,'"'• %  '• %  '"""-• lo engage in k-*v" : .'',';'.'•''. I'"' '"•""• %  ••< nime of \ w .-V, : -V N ,;1[l1 -'-':. at 01 Ma. m,end A r?e'g..,^ d aal?n y MIRIAM POLAN HARRY l5iffl NE EPOTB !" r^AppMcanu ?SSTSJ" H ??l QJVBN that aald name w ith%. Clerk o? tSTo?! "" our, of pade Cwnty, WSSAC H'.\ INQ ELFMAN PAUL ELFMAN 6/H-24 A J Bl V)|! 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The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1946

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

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

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University of Florida
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Full Text
teffiWhJEIoipidliiaun
f^nung. THE JEWISH UNITY
THE JEWISH WEE KLY
.NUMBER 23
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 7, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
bles Jewish Residents
Lnize Center Group
residents of Coral Gables have organized the Coral
newish Center to fulfill their religious, educational, social
iral needs.
nq Monday night at the Hillel house for the second
group elected officers and made plans to survey the
Ljty io determine the type of activities needed.
attended,
orary officers are Sam Silver, president; Herman Rubin,
sident; Mrs. Herman Rubin, recording secretary; Mrs.
ewis, corresponding secretary; Sidney Richman, treas-
Lodse to Hear
Discussion of
Railroad Case
..urer. They will serve until the
Answers
Protest
|SALEM (JTA)King
Britain has informed
dullah of Transjordan
[report of the Anglb-
Inquiry committee is
lly studied by British
|tho will take no action
have considered the
(he Arab states, a report
pre from Amman, cap-
Transjordan, discloses.
^ge'i statenu in was in
duilah's protest against
nendations uf the joint
iss meeting called by
ne Arab party, Jamal
|rhairn-.an ol the Arab
Dlttee, warned the
'000 that they must
defend tin ir country
He said that 80,000
|of the Haganah are
flash the Arabs, but in
ring countries there
[round groups who are
pme to the aid of the
Wk if .necessary.
t0 the rift in the
mttee, which has re-
fve parties forming a
"e charged that he
to accept the dissi-
' nominees for mem-
ne committee, be-
ared coop, ration be-
and Jews.
Report from Calcutta
! L,ondn says that the
Jerusalem has sug-
aders of Ind,an Mos-
i*>rld.wide Moslem
,held to map ways
fall when the group will start a
program of extensive activities.
Committee chairmen appointed
Monday night were Herman Ru-
bin, chairman, Hattie Horowitz,
co-chairman of the membership
committee; Rabbi Albert Michels,
chairman, Sidney Lewis, co-chair-
man, program; Mrs. Ben Lssen
and I. L. Kussner, publicity; Mrs.
M. Arnold, hospitality; Ben Es-
sen, chairman, Milton Klein and
Dewey Klein, co-chairmen, youth
activities; Harold Shapiro and
Sidney Block, co-chairmen, re-
ligious activities; Sidney Rich-
man, ways and means.
Rabbi Michels, who is advisor
to the group, is undertaking the
survey preparatory to the organi-
zation of a modern, progressive
religious school.
Meetings will be held the first
Sunday night of each month, with
the next meeting scheduled for
July 7.
"The Truth about the Railroad
Labor Case" will be discussed by
a newspaperman, a professor and
a union leader the B'nai B'rith
Over 75 Sholem lodge meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Miami Women's
club, 17.37 N. Bayshore dr.
Arranged by the lodge's com-
mittee on public affairs, the panel
discussion will be led by Arthur
Griffith, editorial writer for the
Miami Herald: J. Luther Green,
president of the Miami local of
railroad trainmen, and Dr. James
Carney, professor ol economics
of the University of Miami.
A national officer of the rail-
road brotherhood is also expect-
ed to participate in the discus-
sion.
I.oral civic, educational and
labor organizations have been in-
vited to send representatives to
the meeting.
Zionists to Choose
Congress Delegates
Nomination of delegates to the
World Zionist Congress will be
held in Miami and Miami Beach
Sunday, June 16, despite the post-
ponement of the Congress from
August till December, it was an-
Following the meeting Monday jnounced this week.
evening, 10-year-old Sheldon Hit-
tleman, of 760 Alhambra circle,
played the piano and his father,
Philip Hittleman, played several
accordian selections.
Federation Names
New Directors
! Jewish
immigration
valued at $ioo,000
J* week from the
^ond f?ctory m
7hi by ">* armed
**v bound and
,f'er and watchman
'^escaped. They
"> appr.-lu.nded.
|?roP Plans
ugs
fj regarding the
the hospital fund
R*1* the Greater
^deration will be
f1"* ot the cam-
gcommittee of the
Utal at 3
Sunsh
rower
P m. Wed-
">e room of
a"d Light
the
hspital
Ps^vs
Seventy-five men and women
were named board members-at-
large of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation at its ninth annual
meeting last Thursday evening.
With the Federation officers and
representatives of local organiza-
tions affiliated with Federation,
they will comprise the board of
directors.
New members-at-large are Mrs.
Leo Ackerman, Abraham Allen-*1
berg, Sam Blank, Harry Boyell,
Shepard Broad, Benjamin Bron-
ston, David Brown, Charles
Cohen, George M. Cohen, Harry
Cornblum.
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Leon
Ell, Irving Frankel, Sam Fried-
land, Arthur Friedman, Milton
Friedman, Maurice Furman, Moses
Ginsburg, George Goldberg, Dr.
Irving Goodman, Stuart Gordon,
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Charles
Greenfield.
Nat H. Hankoff, Morris Jacobs,
Mrs. Ada Josephs, Benjamin
Kane, M. J. Kopelowitz, Sam
Lachman, Sidney Lefcourt, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Sol Leslie,
Isaac Levin, Mrs. Etta LeVine, J.
Gerald Lewis, Marcie Liberman,
Joseph Lipton Sam Luby, Dr.
Louis Lytton.
Harry Magid, Paul Marks, Mur-
ray Maurer, Max Meisel, Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, Benjamin Mey-
ers, S. B. Miller, Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, David Phillips, Mrs. Harry
Platoff, Albert Quadow.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Morris
Rosenberg, Ned Sail, Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, Mrs. Henry Seitlin,
Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Max
Shapiro, I. S. Shapoff, Fred Sho
(Continued on pg 8)
Purchasers of the Shekel, Zion-
ist "poll tax," and registered mem-
bers of Zionist organizations will
cast their ballots at the Miami Y,
Beth David, the Beach Y, Beth
Jacob, the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and Temple Beth Sholom.
The polls will be open from 9
a.m. till 6 p.m.
According to Burnett Roth, act-
ing Shekel chairman of Miami,
Shekel purchasers will probably
receive their ballots through the
mail. Zionist members and those
who do not get their ballots in
the mail may obtain them at the
polls.
Over 5,000 persons in Miami
alone are eligible to vote for the
delegates, Roth said.
The Jewish Floridian will print
a sample ballot in next week's
issue. Names of candidates sup-
ported by national Zionist or-
ganizations will appear on the
ballot.
Mrs. Joel Belov, Mrs. Fred
Ochs and Mrs. Shieff will be in
charge of the polls at the Miami
Y.M.H.A.
Congress Urges Ban on Palestine Talks
Pending Immigration of European Jews
NEW YORK (JTA)All Jew-
ish groups were urged by the
closing session of the national
convention of the American
Jewish Congress not to enter
into any negotiations concern-
ing a permanent solution of the
Palestine problem until the
Anglo American committee's
recommendation that 100,000
displaced European Jews be
moved there immediately is
carried out.
A resolution adopted by the
several hundred assembled dele-
gates also reaffirmed the Con-
gress' "dedication to the Zion-
ist ideal and the rebuilding of
Palestine as a Jewish common-
wealth." It denied that a Jew-
issh state would mean domina-
UN Refugee Committee
Opposes Interim DP Aid
LONDON (JTA)The final session of the United Nations
Committee on Refugees and Displaced Persons defeated a mo-
tion by Chairman Sir Hector McNeil, British under-secretary for
foreign affairs, that the Intergovernmental Refugee committee
be authorized to undertake interim measures on behalf of refu-
gees and DP's pending the establishment of a new international
body by the U. N. Social and Economic council.
McNeil's proposal was supported by the American and
French delegutes, but was strongly opposed by Soviet Delegate
Ratov. The Russian representative said that his government
_______________Qplanned to re-introduce several
of the controversial questions
n. J I \V/\ / which were bypassed by the com-
Orida J ?? V mittee, when the Social and Eco-
, nomic council meets in Septem-
Tk A II ber. This meeting adopted a
O iVlCCt lTC resolution drawing the attention
of the council to the urgency of
the refugee problem.
Earlier, Sir George Rendel, a
member \>i the British delega-
tion, said that the British govern-
ment believes that the Jews in
Germany and Austria should be
cared for by a special Jewish re-
lief organization, rather than by
the new international refugee
body.
The British objection to inclu-
sion of the Austrian and German
Jews now in their home countries
in the category of "refugees" is
motivated by the fear that the
Slavic states would also demand
assistance in resettling their na-
tionals on their own territory,
Rendel told a press conference.
He added that "it would be a
dangerous principle to create a
new nationality for a specific
race or religion because it had
been persecuted."
Rendel said that the British
were "most favorably inclined
towards Jewish relief activities"
and referred to "the grave in-
justice" arising from the Czecho-
slovak government's decision to
treat as Sudeten Germans, Jews
of German culture.
McNeil, who also spoke at the
press conference, said that he
hoped that the* recent differences
between the British and Ameri-
can governments regarding the
organizational set-up of the new
international refugee agency
would be thrashed out in the U. N.
Social and Economic council so
that it could be established in the
fall of this year. He expressed
the opinion that re-settlement of
the refugees and displaced per-
sons could begin in the winter.
George Warren, the American
delegate on the committee, said
that the U. S. government sup-
ported the committee's final re-
port, which included a section
analyzing the memorandum sub-
mitted by various Jewish organi-
zations. It said that they re-
vealed a "considerable degree of
unanimity" concerning the need
for the permanent resettlement
of Jewish refugees and DP's,
mainly in Palestine, and sugges-
tions for alleviating the present
plight of the refugees.
Over 600 delegates from Florida
cities are expected to attend the
h War Veterans' state con-
vention at the Raleigh hotel, Mi-
ami Beach, Sunday afternoon and
evening.
Congressman elect George
Smathers will be guest speaker
during the evening session, from
8 to 9 p.m., at which Samuel Riv-
kind. past national vice com-
mander, will install the new of-
ficers.
Rivkind will also preside at the
main business session, scheduled
for 6 p.m. Reports of the vari-
ous committees and election of
officers will highlight this portion
of the convention.
It will be preceded by registra-
tion of delegates from 1 to 2 p.m.;
caucuses from 2 to 4 p.m., and
meetings of committees on reso-
lutions, credentials and rules and
nominations at 3, 4 and 5 p.m.
A buffet dinner will be served
at 7 p.m., and the convention will
conclude with a dance in the Ral-
eigh patio from 9 p.m. till mid-
night.
The Freda Markowitz post of
Miami and the Miami Beach post
will be hosts to the delegates from
Orlando, West Palm Beach, Jack-
sonville, Tampa. St. Petersburg
and St. Augustine.
Convention committee chairmen
are Rivkind, general chairman;
Maurice Grossman, program; Dr.
Maurice Klein, nominations; E.
Max Goldstein, resolutions; Bur-
nett Roth, rules; Dan Roth, pub-
licity: Ben Feld. banquet; Sidney
Levitt, credentials: Frank Kline,
secretary; Abe Goldman, distin-
guished guests.
tion of the Arabs.
Calling for the dissolution of
displaced persons camps in Eu-
rope, the convention resolved
to "take all possible steps for
the rehabilitation of Europe's
Jews" and demanded further
that "the doors of all other
countries be opened to the vic-
tims of Nazi oppression who
wish to emigrate from their
lands of origin." The United
States was asked to relax its
present immigration quotas for
a period of two years and to
permit the immediate entrance
into the United States of "all
such unfortunate stateless per-
sons who definitely possess the
CHEST CITES MYERS
Stanley C. Myers, director of
the 1946 Dade county Commu-
nity Chest campaign, received a
plaque in recognition of his work
for the organization at its annual
meeting held Saturday evening.
Among the new directors elect-
ed for three-year terms at the
meeting were Max Orovitz, Abe
Qualifications for American |Goodman, Benjamin Bronston ann
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PAGE TWO
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Miss Kleber to Set* Sunday *^
A two week honeymoon-
York will follow the wedding Miss Arline Kleber and1 Jack
Bernstein, which will be 1
Owen Jordan, who plays the j New York Tuesday with their
leading role in the radio serial, daughter. Natalie ba"fra' Bernstein, *
"Terry and the Pirates." arrived their son. Marvin Miss^rran g m tl ul B
with his parents. Mr. and H'fL^k^^iT^ ^.*5?L- rf.n-hter of Mr.
The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Kleber, 1780 SVV.
',2,h st.. has asked Miss Alice
Kayal to be her maid of honor.
The Misses Bernice Kostoff. Diann
Dubb.n and Barbara Weiner will
David lacobson. and his bro- sermon. 845 Collinsve V
ther. Charles R. Jacobson. 1250 Wag her brohe' ndLe8^Bern.
N. W. 55th st. In addition to law, Mr. and Mrs Leo Be
his work as Terry. Jordan has stein. WdmereJ-ng 1
Sholem lodge luncheon this; her home in Sea Gate. Brook- !arrange for the purchase
. her bridesmaids. Mr. Boin-
Uin s brother. Sol, of Brooklyn,
will be best man and Victor Ru-
tansky, Ira Blitt and Garvin
Kleber, Miss Kleber's brother, will
be ushers.
Lois Glantz and Michael Rosen-
berg will serve as flower girl and
ring bearer. Miss Irene Cook
will be the soloist, accompanied
by Miss Maisie Allen at the
piano.
Miss Kleber is a graduate of
Miami Senior High school and
her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Bernstein. Brooklyn,
attended schools in Brooklyn. He
served three and a half years in
the Navy and saw action in Sai-
pan and Guam.
Besides the bridegroom-elect's
parents, out of town guests at the
a &
m
afternoon
club
in the Downtown
, m Sea Gate. BrooK- arranqe tor lepuiuu^ _, ^^
&*- i &A3E h& %% fr*"? "^'^ m ond Mr8'B'
"*" MtaMaS^i^S^adrore.lHill.. Long undeIstandmq ol to Hebraic
Beach Miss Mat)orie uei h Ber. M oi ,he books
ton Va. I university for reference in a
Mr and Mrs. Charles Rosen-'. course in Hebrew civilization
aarten have left for Tuscaloosa,; taught by Rabbi Michels. Mrs.
Ala to attend the graduation Michels is at present visiting in
of their daughter, Marjorie. who Pittsburgh and will join her
will receive her bachelor of arts (husband in New York .
lnT^ZanZmly ^ degree from the University of Hav,ng jus, completed her
June16to S her daughter, I Alabama. Returning with the >freshman year a, Wellesley col-
M ioe Widow of the late'Rosengartens as then house Miss ,udy Wolpert wil
^Fnedman, Mrs; Friedman guest,.In their new horn. 86 | arrive m Miami Sunday to visit
Kleber; her maternal grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Siegel, and
Cantor Leo Urlich, all of St.
Louis.
The couple will reside at 2379
S. W. Ninth st.
PLAN MOONLIGHT SAIL
21st st., returned Sunday horn
the University of Missouri where
she has completed her fresh-
man year .
Planning to make her perma-
nent home in New York, Mrs
has lived here for the past
years and has been active
[ Pine Tree dr., will be two of |her parents, Mr. and
in Marjories classmates, Miss Ja- JGeorge Wolpert. Winner of
id nice Green, of Middletown, N. ffour. year scholarship. Mis
Mrs.
a
th7*Miam"i Service league and nice Green, of Middletown in. lfoui. year scholarship. Miss
the Eastern Star Y- and Miss Barbara 9* ot |Wolpert is majoring in political
' Mr, Sndve G Rose will Milwaukee. A member of Sig- ^ence. She is an ofiicer in
, tn TL Sundav,0a, ma Del,a Tau sorority. Marjone ^ Wor]d Student Federation
^nd the LTPannuaf meeting served as president during her ;Qnd wiU be an o(ficer ol the
Site Hondi State ConTerence senior year and treasurer dur- I homore class next year. A
of tcSl Work^ She wW S ^ her l^T^tf,- -ember of the staffs of the stu-
accompanied by Miss Claudia d Dr. and Mrs William H. den, newspaper and magazine.
Horned direcJo. the Catholic {^SKJ^JAStSk && !*!?** P^
A moonlight sail aboard the
Showboat is being planned by the
Emanon club of the Miami Y for
Wednesday evening. June 19. Sam
Greenstein, social chairman, an-
nounces that reservations are lim-
ited to 180 people.
Tickets for the affair may be
purchased at the next meeting of
the club, to be held Wednesday
evening at the Miami Y.
Stank y Werman, pictun
when over**,
married Sunday evening J
Renee Davis, daughter oil
Mrs. Lou is Davis. The'
will be formal and will
at the Hull 1 1';, nt| \n<
The bridegroom-elect
grandson of Mr. and Ma]
ham Wern an, 1301 Alton i
will b<> among the guests,
wedding. The young Mr.
man spent I years i
with the A: my.
Additional Society NotJ
Page 10
William Liebow, laundry own-
er and operator of hotels in Mi-
ami. Miami Beach and Panama,
has been elected president of the
Greater Miami Laundry and
Cleaners Board of Trade.
Marney, airector oi me oumum. i-- ___. tj___;_ i,
wellare oureau oi miunu. I'no. mmA
Mrs. S. H. Levine. 833 Sixth;the refresher courses for grodu-
st., left this week for Los An- ate rabbis at the Jewishi Insti-
qeles where she will spend the tale of Religion June 9 under the
next four months .Mr. and auspices o Dr. StephenS. We.
Mrs. M H. Frankel motored to I He will also attend the Hillel
printed in the April issue oi
l"Seventeen" magazine. Miss
Wolpert will be in Miami until
the beginning of July when she
will go to North Carolina to
be a counsellor at Camp Burg-
iss Glen, Cedar Mountain .
Miss Barbara Lenore Hutner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hutner. 1670 James ave., is
planning to attend the univer-
sity this fall. She was gradu-
ated from the Mannheimer
school last Friday. .
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7, 1946
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Helps People Help Themselves
m Social, Financial Problems
(Peers will highlight the first meeting of the new
:i6oa t rs of the Jewish Social Service bureau to be
I of *reTuursday at the National Cash Register company,
^T6 oHhe work of JSSB was given by Charles Cohen,
,outline ^ ^ recent annual report to the board. Mr.
^e direc ^ bureau's function as "helping clients to
15U!Tes" solve their financial, personal, family and other
hould not conclude that the end result is always a
PAGE THREE
hens
Jems-
Be s
one either to the ap-
t0 the organization,
tioned. "Casework is not
fcica! process which can be
K to a vacuum, but re-
Jrther not only the pro-
i skill of tl.o caseworker,
a client whose difficulty
isodeeplvro.': s to pre-
Ihimfrom being willing to
Ita erips with it-
Kn termed tin limitation of
iairic and ps.^ ical r-
(or diagnostic and treat-
I purposes in dealing with
Ls complicated by person-
Efficulties" in thi local area
_ handicap I JSSB as
Jdher social agencies.
foes rendered by the bu-
bclude the stu :' : applica-
to the Jev for the
in cooperati n with the
|"s admissions committee.
; the coming ar, the bu-
jjans to incn efforts
me private I r the
I unwilling to
consider an institutional plan,
Cohen said.
The bureau also cooperates with
the local courts on presentenco
investigations. It is considering
the creation of a placement ser-
vice program for the Jewish chil-
dren of the community who
need it.
One of the newest functions of
the agency is the administration
of the resettlement program for
refugees who come to Miami. The
bureau maintains a special com-
mittee with membership from its
board and from Federation and
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
In his report, Cohen described
a proposed plan for "outpost ser-
vices" in various parts of the
community whereby a caseworker
from the agency will be stationed
at central points in the commu-
nity during the evening hours for
consultation. Also planned for
the coming year is a reexamina-
tion of the Baron de Hirsch loan
fund for small businesses,
During the past year :84 differ-
ent family units were served by
the JSSB. in addition, 100 ap-
plications wore referred to other
agencies or found not ready to ac-
cept services, and approximately
200 requests from out-of-town
agencies regarding persons in
Greater Miami were handled.
Cohen reported that the muss
expenditure of $13,593.17 for the
past fiscal year was distributed to
|152 family units, a total of ap-
proximately 700 individuals. The
expenditures for relief represent-
ed an increase of almost :vi per
cent, due partially to the in-
creased cost of living. The ab-
S< nee of a mandatory tax-sup-
ported program has made it neci
sary for JSSB to be more pre-
occupied with the general assist-
ance program than is usual with
an organization of this type,
Cohen said.
A Community Chest agency, the
bureau will receive an alia
of $36,000 this year. JSSB em-
ploys three caseworkers and two
clerical workers.
MJOC to Graduate
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Chevra Kadisha Formed
Hebrew school graduation will
be held at the Miami Jewish Or-
Ihi dox Congregation at 10 a.m.
Sunday, Rabbi Murray Grauer an-
nounces. Hoard of education
members will present diplomas to
Herbert Cohen, Herbert Blank,
Sheldon Frome, Howard Fineman,
Irwin Swichkow, Edward Zalis
and Marvin Zalis.
In honor of the graduates, stu-
dents ol the Hebrew school will
rt the cantata cntithd "What
Is Ti rah?" which will include rec-
itations by the students and se-
lections by the student choir.
Participants will be Loretta
nbaum, Lila Pearl, Wilma
Shulman, Ronald Tambor, War-
ren Rothfield, Alan Altschuler,
Sheila Karger, Louise Cahan,
Matthew Becker, Howard Fine-
man, Edward Zalis. Sheldon
Frome. Hi rbert Blank.
The affair will also include pro-
motion exercises for students of
the daily school. Certificates for
attendance and excellence in
Formation of a Chevra Kadisha
by the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation was announced this
Week, Members are D. Singer.
S. Okonov, S. Silver. William
Clein, M. Savitsky, D. Lieber, S.
liaskin and P. Miller.
scholarship will be distributed.
Rabbi Grauer and A. P. Gannes,
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will be the principal
speakers.
Summer Hebrew classes to be
held daily from 10 a.m. till noon
will begin Monday morning.
Shlafrocks to Be Hosts
In honor of their son, Arthur
Joel, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shlafrock,
1851 N. W. 38th St., will be hosts
at a reception to be held at Beth
David tomorrow morning. The
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+Je*ls*ncridiat?^
FRIDAY

Howard Lavine to Wed
Nashville (Tenn.) Girl
The engagement of Howard La-
vine to Miss Roslyn Kirschner,
of Nashville, Tenn., will be an-
nounced at a reception to be held
this week end in Nashville.
Mr. Lavine, the son of Mrs.
Minna Lavine, 2117 S. W. Fifth
St., left Tuesday for Nashville,
where he will enter his junior
year at Vanderbilt university.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kirschner, of Nashville,
the bride-elect attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and served as
pledge mother and secretary of
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Lavine was in the Navy
for three years and served in tlV
South Pacific. He attended the
University of Florida where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity and more recently at-
tended the University of Miami.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Florida Director, ADL
BOAT RIDE TO AID
CHILD RESCUE FUND
The whirling tide of public
opinion against the KKK con-
tinues to mount with Increasing
fury. The latest church group to
add its voice to that of indignant
public spirited citizens concerned
with the resurgence of this anti-
American organization, are the
Southern Baptists.
Ten thousand Baptists in con-
vention assembled, representing
the largest denominational group
in the South, urged its 1,000.000
church members to "refrain from
association with all groups that
exist for the purpose1 ol foment-
ing strife and division within the
nation on the basis of diffeii nces
of race, religion and culture."
Dr. Norman Cox. of Meridian.
Miss., the introducer of the reso
lUtion referring to the Klan. told
reporters that unity of the na-
tion is endangered by such groups
and that 'the faith we profess .
expressly forbids hatred of one
another."
Spurred by aroused public sen-
[timent, Georgia's courageous Gov.
' Amall followed the action adopt-
|ed by the governors of California
and New York, and directed his
(state's legal department to pro-
ceed to revoke the Georgia char-
ter of the KKK. Simultaneously,
the U. S, collector of internal
r< venue in Atlanta filed a federal
The moonlight cruise which the
Pioneer Women's organization,
club No. 1, will sponsor Sunday
evening, June 16, will be for the
benefit of its child rescue fund.
The boat will leave from pier six
at 8:15 p.m.
Mrs. Pearl Raidman is chair-
man of the fund committee and
is assisted by Mrs. Lena Pushkin.
Members of the Belh Jacob ser-
vice committee will meet at the
synagogue at 8:30 p.m. Saturday
to discuss seating arrangements
for the High Holy Days.
Beth Jacob to Register
Registration for the summer ses-
sion of the Beth Jacob Hebrew
school will be held Monday be-
ginning at 9 a.m. Classes will be
held throughout the summer from
!) a.m. till noon. Monday through
Friday.
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tax lien against the Klan for
$.85,305 allegedly due in defaulted
income taxes.
The issue is now clear. On the
one side staggers the Klan com-
pletely shorn of every vestige of
respectability. On the other side
stands the decent and respected
overwhelming mass of the Ameri-
can public, the church groups,
civic leaders, statesmen, and la-
bor groups, united in their de-*
nunciation of this threat to the
well-being of our country.
While the Klan at this time is
primarily directing its attention
at the Negro and white suprem-
."* evy thinly i
knows that an attack 1^1
lesson HUler Th,l
Catholics, and JJft
horrible, cost. ^
Of one thing We .
Th^ civic defend ,nt*4
been and wi ^
maximum attention^1
f.nd other sub > J.
tions which are de~**i
public good I
/VOGUST BROS
If thc0,Sr'
FOR A JEWISH STATE IN PALESTINE
VOTE THE ZOA SLATE
IN THE ELECTIONSJUNE 16-17
(In Smaller Communities on Sunday. June 16th Only)
Every Jewish man and woman who believe* that Palestine should be a Jew.
ish Commonwealth and who wants to do something more than just wish for it-
has that opportunity now!
The first post-war World Zionist Congress, which is destined lo shape the
future of Jewish Palestine, convenes this year in Jerusalem.
It you want to have a voice in this Congress, and if you want your voice to
register more effectively
Vole for the ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA (ZOA) slate oi
delegates.
The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) asks your vote because:
IThe ZOA is the foremost Zionist organization in this country. Its leaders
have militantly represented American Zionism to the world and have
consistently championed the maximal Zionist program.
2 Your vote upholds the hands of the leaders of the Zionist movement oi
America at the World Zionist Congress. Your vote of confidence is
needed to strengthen the influence of American Zionist leadership in the
councils of the world.
3 The ZOA has waged a powerful and successful campaign to win Ameri-
can public opinion for Zionism. Give your vote to the leadership which
has so ably represented the movement these many years.
4 The ZOA has one unswerving objectivethe establishment of a free
and democratic Jewish Commonwealth. It is equipped in its numbers,
its leadership and its program to lead the Zionist movement to victory.
5 The ZOA stands above parties and is the only body which can unite
the movement outwardly and inwardly for the best interest of our com-
mon cause.
6
The ZOA has given its unstinted support to every measure and agency
designed to alleviate and protect the status of Jewish labor in Palestine.
7 The United States with 5,000,000 Jews is the largest Jewish Community
in the world. As such, it should assume its rightful place ol leadership
in the formulation of policies and decisions at the World Zionist Congress.
8 The Zionist Organization of America is the largest Zionist body in uu
country, and is supported by the overwhelming majority of enrolled
Zionists. Its membership, including that of its youth groups, has grown from
25,000 to almost 200,000. in the past seven years.
9 General Zionists through the ZOA have shouldered the major portion
of the fund-raising program for the development of Palestine during the
past 45 years. They have carried the major burden of the movement in
general.
in Help to bring 100.000 Jews into Palestine. Above all, help in the attain-
IU ment of the ultimate objectivea Jewish Commonwealththe only solu-
tion to the problem of Jewish homelessness.
GO TO THE POLLS-BRING EVERY ADULT MEMBER OF YOUR
FAMILYMAN AND WOMANWITH YOU.
VOTE THE ZOA SLATE FOR A JEWISH STATE!
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
POLLING PLACES:
MIAMI BEACH: MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. TEMPLE BETH
SHOLOM, BEACH Y and BETH JACOB.
MIAMI: MIAMI Y and BETH DAVID.
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.. SUNDAY. JUNE 16


1946
B'NAI B'RITH notes
y CHARLES R .JACOBS.^
retary. Sholem Lodge
jjy Convention
Krt (and back-breaking)
P ta, ride to Baltimore by
^.StShoi,-., lodge and
b delegation: Dina Gold-
^"ea Schneider, Dolly Pont,
,W Ann Weintrub, Harry
fcS: Milt Friedman, Ph.l
fallach and CRJ
He record-breaking turn-out of
'1 than 400 delegates from 70
in the fifth district, de-
LKthe railroad strike. tMM.
nation tie-ups, and hotel head-
frhe zooming flight of Max Sil-
L ar(i Fred Shochet from New
fcrk in order to attend the con-
ation. President Al Pallot and
5 ]0vely spouse. Doris, who did
fawiie. Lou Heiman's wonder-
H modesty upon his election as
kt vice president of district
to No. 5.
Fne atrocious rainy weather in
llimore (Miami, ah loves y'all).
Mr. and Mrs Sam B. Miller,
\o cat short their vacations,
mefrcm New Hav n and Wash-
|ton, D. C. Sam pitched right
Jand handled tl i mileage re-
Ibursements like the smooth
leran that he is.
liathan Adelman's sartorial de-
vice and charming manner with
ladies. Milton Friedman's
let but effective battle to get
jger and bett< r allocations for
[youth groups.
Phil Wallach and his cigars
Ire'? a real sport from the old
fte inspirational addresses by
A. L. Sachar, national direc-
lofHillel foundations; Henry
In-ky. national president, B'nai
l:h, and Mayor McKeldin, of
zing efficiency and
(Eke patience of Brother Ju-
Fisht-r. secretary of district
|ge No. 5.
le splendid co-opi ration of the
Miami Beach lodge as well as all
other Florida delegates in order
caucuses. Orchids to Sol Gold-
strom and Harold Turk for their
experience and leadership in
those hot sessions. Two Ben
B'riths extraordinaire!
In response to many questions
put to your scribe and the public
affairs committee on the issues in
the railroad case, the committee,
anxious as always to serve the
Brotherhood, has arranged an un-
usual panel discussion for the
next regular meeting on Tuesday,
June 11. A noted economist, an
official of the railroad brother-
hood, and an outstanding editorial
writer will exchange views on
this vital subject.
It is our opinion that the com-
mittee on public affairs has ful-
filled its pledge to keep the mem-
bership informed on important
local and national problems.
Chairman John Kronenfeld and
Co-chairman Gil Balkin have
done a terrific job of education
via direct mail, sending to the
entire membership such provoca-
tive literature as the Army Fact
Sheet on fascism, pamphlets on
OPA and inflation, pamphlets on
racism and messages on toler-
ance. Brothers interested in this
committee and its lively functions
phone Gil Balkin at 3-6306.
Hats off to Sam Silver for the
splendid job on handling rail-
road reservations for the conven-
tion.
Hearty congratulations to the
following new Ben B'riths who
have come into the fold since the
date of the last publication: Chas.
Cohen, David Lemelman, Dr. Jack
Seitlin, William L. Pallot, Louis
T. Davidson, Max Sharer, Michael
M. Isenberg, Arthur Grossberger,
Louis Safer, and Rev. Maurice
Mamches.
Good luck!
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Mr. and Mrs. Rubin, of Chicago,
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Mr and Mrs. Rubin received a
similar citation for sponsoring a
suite of rooms.
KThe P[eLsemations were made
by Mrs. Ethel Dorff, toastmistress.
HERB GELTNER WINS
TRIP TO TALLAHASSEE
A trip to Tallahassee to watch
the state government in action
is in store for Herb Geltner, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner,
1784 S.W. Fifth st. Herb and three
other students of Technical high
school will be sent to the capitol
from Aue. 24 to 31 by the Har-
vey Seeds post, American Le-
gion.
On his return, he will give a
report of his trip to schoolmates
in the history and civics classes.
Vice president of the student
council, Herb will be in the 7A
next year.
MSL POSTPONES TRIP
The Miami Service league's
monthly visitation to the Pratt
General (Biltmore) Army hospi-
tal, scheduled for Wednesday eve-
ning, was called off due to the
Shevuos holiday, Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan announced this week.
The trip has been postponed
till Wednesday, June 19.
Next meeting of the league will
be held 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Miami Y.
PAGE FIVE
Y GROUP TO SPONSOR
WEEKLY BREAKFASTS
The Dux club, an independent
Miami Y group of young men,
will sponsor a new project in the
form of breakfast meetings be-
ginning Sunday morning, accord-
cording to Milton Kline, advisor.
Fust guest speaker will be Sam-
uel Carothers, executive director
of the Southern onference of Hu-
man Welfare.
The breakfasts will be held
every Sunday morning and a
guest speaker will be invited to
talk on a topic of Jewish and
general interest. The club is com-
posed of young men between the
ages of 16 and 20.
The Rev. Israel Taber offici-
ated at the Bris of Eliot Jay, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ostroff,
742 N. W. 18th St.. on Sunday.
:
Beach Woman Honored
The special book issued at the
tenth annual B'nai B'rith Young
Women's organization convention
will be dedicated to Mrs. Sam
Prosterman, 4427 Royal Palm
ave., who was the founder of the
organization in district six.
Mrs. Prosterman flew to Chi-
cago this week to attend the con-
vention. She will be away for a
month. |
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WHY THE CONFERENCE?
The American Jewish Conference has appointed a 21-member
committee to study and make recommendations for a permanent
conference. ,
Thus the conference has come full cycle. When the idea
for an over-all body was first suggested a few short years
ago we were to have an American Jewish Assembly. I his
body representative and democratically elected, was to have
dealt with Jewish problems on both the American and overseas
scenes. The idea of an Assembly, with its implications of self-
rule, was abhorrent to the American Jewish committee and its
friends. So the name was changed to conference.
Then the conference was prevented from discussing the
American Jewish scene and its problems. Curiously, interest
in and discussion about the discrimination problems of the
American Jewish community were not to be discussed by the
very representatives of the Jews in America. Either they were
considered incapable of discussing their own problems, or such
action would be considered as encroaching on the established
agencies in the field.
The conference did take a stand on Palestine, and gave am-
munition to the anti-Zioniats. It did appear at the United Na-
tions conference at San Francisco, but it had to share honors
with other Jewish organizations.
And now the conference wants to peipetuate itself. It was
too much to expect that the conference would voluntarily dis-
solve itself. That would be contrary to human nature. It is a
foregone conclusion that the committee appointed to investi-
gate perpetuation ol the conference will recommend its perma-
nent organization.
But the American Jewish public has the right to ask ques-
tions: What work can the conference do that is not done now
by other agencies? What would be the real contribution of a
permanent conference? Who will be members? How elected?
How binding will decisions be? Is this the intended beginning
of authority in American Jewish life?
But most important is this question: What great accomplish-
ments has the conference to its credit that it should feel that
Jewish life in America will collapse without a permanent con-
ference?
The motto of Jewish life should be "no moie organizations
unless they servo a definite need."
MR. SXG60T1
Mr.
' VAi-
Biggott: "I hope I'm being rescued by a
^ native-born American,^
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1945. J- T. a.j
"Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright. 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, lnc,
J)
ACTION WANTED:
An all-out campaign against the
State department will soon be
launched by all Zionist groups
tn the country, if action is not
taken by the government to move
the 100.000 displaced Jews to
_____________----------- {Palestine. This was obvious from
QUESTION: Why is the name mH)d ()f the 400 Zionist lead-
"Bar Mitzva" applied to a boy ^ whQ asscmblcd last week in
upon the completion of his tnir- |Wa>hjngton for an urgent closed
teenth year? conference to voice their attitude
ANSWER: According to Jewish 0 the recommendations of the
, boy who has complet-jAnglo.American Inquiry commit-
Sh thirteenth year of life ho Ite. Zionist leaders in this
rlehed the age of religious duty untry fccl that the State de-
"- partment is double-crossing" the
and"divini re ponsibility. The ac-
tual name Bar Mitzva meanijit-
erally "son of command.
This
Jews and the members of the
Anglo-American committee on the
involved strategy tu
of the American" ^M
regard to all these profit
decided upon this week m.
the moat important ISff
the American Zionist Emet
council in New York
less to say, the decisions' u
at that session -
secret." .
N
ision
are "a nuliuj
THE OLD COUNTRY:
The need for an English
lation of the works of Shol.
]1;1. ars in the Talmud (Ba- que8tion of the 100,000 displaced
, Metziah 96 A) where it refers ,,.ws while President Truman
.', even.....wn Israelite. [is sincerely desinous of having
'(,(,.;' rabbinical terms for a tll(.m transferred from Europe to
lad reaching this psychological Palestine as soon as possible, the
and physiological age of puberty jstate department is delaying the
ar0 "Gadol" (big, grown) and matu.r and following the British
Bar Onshin" (son of punishment).
Whatever term is used the idea is
carried that a boy reaching the
lino of sabotage
The policy of the State depart-
mi nt is all the more regrettable
earned tnai a "> '""" im-m >- -----------
day of his fourteenth year sm(.(. jt clashes with the action
of life automatically carries upon ()f thc war department which has
himself the new responsibility of ,.!,. ;,11 the necessary plans to
ti c commandments and is consul- transport the 100.000 Jews to Pal-
., full-fledged male insofar t,sUnt. ;n the shortest possible
as making vows, being consider- lime The War department is
ed ,,-,rt of a religious quorum
(Minyan), etc.
especially interested in complet-
........ mst famous Vy
dish writer, has long been fefci
American Jews who cannot m
Yiddish ... This need has n
been met by Crown publish
in "the Old Country," a vok.
containing 27 of Sholem iij3
chem's best short stories t
stories have been translated'
Julius and Fiances Butwin, vU
obviously have much love
veneration for the author.
COMMUNAL NOTES:
Even the most outspoken p_
mists who never believed thatt
Jews in America would respoa
fully to the call of the I'nfl
Jewish Appeal for the unpn
dented sum of $100,000,000
nrtw of the "pinion that _
sum will be raised .. TheUM
drive is going very well, and t
G0|#vv.m/ -------------------------- -------------- r^.....r-, -.- ...,, a,
ing the transfer soon because the communities throughout thei
Today it is customary for a hoy Jesa DP'. in the American zone, J try are reaching their local q
,' i .....,.!-. ion in he At., i...... u.,.,^^,.li^c for tho Ameri-1 It ic mlu im k-,1 ,w.i .
the less headaches for the Ameri-j. It is only too badthati
can military government of these communities are
Especially as U. S. troop-DP rela- ing" their contributions to
tions are deteriorating When highly important nationali
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and Dr. zations and institutions, ill
when he reaches such age to be
-called up" to the Torah and have
a portion of the law read before
him: usually the "Maftir" (pro-
portion) is given him to jjr Abba nuiei 9uvw zanons ana msuiuuons, in oral
read or at least to make the ac- Stephen Wise visited the State to be able to contribute more j
panying blessings thereto. department last week they minced the United Jewish Appeal ...j
_.._,....*. ,u._ ----- .v.- n no words in talking to Dean J This brings to the forefront^
Acheson, under-secretary of state lquestj0n of what is going to 1
. And they were, according to pen m.xl year smcc lhe
all reports, not very polite, even leadership has announced
on the surface | $120,000,000 will be needed toi
BUSY INTERMISSION:
QUESTION: When was the Bar
Mitzva ceremony originated?
ANSWED: There are writers
like Leopold Low (Die Lebesshal-
ter in Judische Literatur) who
claim that the Bar Mitzva ritual
has become a fixed ceremony
only as early as the fourteenth
century in Germany. Apparently
he has overlooked many sources l
which indicate quite plainly that ,hp C(m,ss bc hcld in the 'ntergover nmenta ommitt
the ceremony of Bar Mitzva seems Uml(d Statl.s after all One refugees S2 to be of much earlier origin. Sam- addcd arRumcnt they advance is gMtelta settlw*
uel Ha-Katon in tho Baraitha th.lt thc American delegates, with the d,fP''ul
(1st century a.d.) explicitly states thc t>Xl.eptjon 0f paid Zionist pro-
tl e f 13 as the age for com- {(.,.in.,iSi are not in a position
to leave their private interests at
home during the winter months
... It would be different, they
argue, if the congress took place
in the summer ... A trip to Pal-
tle the 100,000 displaced Jews
Nw that the World ^*,^ftft^l?Il,tSii
Congress has been postponed un- rnob.l./cd Jewish.soldmj
leaders are pressing their demand
mandments.
Ot' rei arks may be found
abundantly in the Midrash which
claims in the words of Rabbi
Klezer, "Until the thirteenth year
it is tin father's duty to train the estine or to Europe in the sum-
t( this he must say. Bless- mcr wouid nnt interfere with the
ed bc he who has taken from me prjvatc affairs of the delegates,
risibility for punishment and wou]d be in the nature of a
for this lad." The latter phrase is vacation But
now recited by the father of the
!' Mil aft. r the son makes
the first W over the scroll
on his day.
It is also interesting to note
shic claims that Abra-
h im rejected the idol worship of
i father and bei ame a wor-
r of God at thl age of 13.
Also the claim that Jacob and
!' n li : iv t assume parting ways
but that both studied togethei un-
til the ag. of 13. Most of thi tra-
uthoritativc writers of
iturc claim that
the d< ve i of 13 w handed
' n God to Moses on
(H ilochoh Lemoshe
Mi na I and thi reafter was pass-
ed -i by tradition to the conse-
orations,
QUESTION: What special signi-
ficance was attached by lhe
rabbis It lhe age of twenty?
ANSWED: Then | a ,tatement
rabbinic literature thai
the
in-
in-
.. ^- ......, tll.n
11 al of mortals does not
fl'' I Pi ni I mtnt until the in-
dividual I hed the age of
13 and that the tribunal of heav-
en does not inflict punishment
until he is of the age of 20 The
age of 20 itself is oft referred to,
as for example, the special sig-
nificance it received by the rab-
1 in the life of Sarah. It is
apparent from human observa-
tion that a boy upon the age. of
13 is accredited with the maturity
m intelligence to understand the
difference between right *"*
most of the
delegates cannot afford a vacation
during the height of business and
social activities .
Between now and December,
quite a lot of very important de-
velopments will definitely take
place with regard to Palestine .
And it can be safely predicted
that the outcome of these develop-
mnts will influence the final de-
cision as to where the Zionist
congress should be held .
As -matters stand now, Zionist
leaders have more serious matters
to worry about than the location
of the congress They must
concentrate on bringing the 100,-
000 Jews from Europe to Pales-
tine They must prepare for
official discussions with the Brit-
ish and United States govern-
ments They must mobilize
their forces for the forthcoming
session of the United Nations as-
sembly in September, at which
the Palestine question will be
taken up, and they must be on
guard against the intrigues of the
Arab kings and the Palestine ad-
ministration .
All this is a tremendous job
requiring maximum energy and
wrong with reference to relation-
ship between man and his fellow
man whereas the maturity of
phic understanding doesn't
reach the average man until the
age of 20. From thence on he may
therefore be punished by the
tribunal of heaven,
so, the Jewish Agency will I
another SI00.000.000the "
sum it has ever requested.. |
And the Joint Distributicni
mittee will certainly need n
next year than this year,
lhe situation of the Jews mf^
gary, Poland. Slovakia, RuM
and other countries is going &
bad to worse Negotiations^
tween the Zionists and the.
with regard to their partnen
in the United Jewish Appeal'
start this year much earierUj
previously ... In fact ~
nary talks arc already g<
Hadassah headquarters s i
receiving numerous prlestsr
chapters and individual meiw
who insist on having a Jot
Hadassah slate...TbeZOM
to the Hadassah prov'jedjj.
ity in the number of deW*J
the congress, and equal repn
tation on the congress j
sion. In addition, h< Z
bred the Hadassah adagl
mentation on the execuWJ
the Jewish Agenc**"*"
Hadassah docs not have*
ent Mrs. EdwardJac*
orary president o fj*
is one of the member^
ish Agency executive, w
there as a <^Z*\
non-Zionists Mrs. 0.
is in Palestine at g^l
special mission, has iJ
Hadassah. by cable. ^ ]
would accept noimgJJ ^
delegate to the World
Congress.
AID FOOD DRIVE
A can ---ST*
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xt meeting Kn
thian Sister
Wednesday
t0 the next mee.m^Naft|
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7, 1946
+Jelsti Fk>rldllan
PAGE SEVEN
^SCHOLARSHIPS
T7^7and Charles
Jeanette J11^.,,,, a month's
^'f the Brandcis camp
larshiP "W nt,nl;.l,., Pa., this
*** < orS -s in the essay
Kr c>n.lud,d by the
EtamTziontat Youth
MaW
fcmisswn-
\as8f- **- jew,sh
Kftto Palestine
national scholarships to
[Mo additional ed
k"Tnk' and Emanuel
ftJff basis of their Mr-
Ud"n Ziimst vouth activities
*!iiS Frankci is
& of Junior Hadawah and
Stadlm is an officer of Ha-
[ Three other essay contestants
Lm the judges considered in
UK final decision were Blanche
hmett. Josephine Berman and
Una Lewis.
[supervising the contest were S.
1 Goodman, chairman of the
tooth commission; Mrs. George
fohen, essay contest chairman;
hbbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff,
Irs. N. Lesowoder, Harold Sha-
po, and the judges, Rabbi Al-
bert Michels, Harry Simonhoff,
f P. Cannes. Max Meisel and
lorothy Krieger Fink. ________
MJOC Sisterhood Holds
Installation Affair
New officers of the Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation Sister-
hood will be installed by Rabbi
Murray Grauer at a luncheon
meeting at noon Wednesday at
the Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W.
Third st.
Officers to be inducted are Mrs.
Murray Grauer, chaplain; Mrs, E.
Karger, president; Mrs. Max Kup-
ferstein, first vice president; Mrs.
Leo Rothenberg, second vice pres-
ident; Mrs. S. Geltner, recording
secretary; Mrs. Fred Ochs, finan-
cial secretary; Mrs. A. M. Bear,
treasurer; Miss F. Pepper, corre-
sponding secretary.
Board members arc the Mes-
dames M. Rifas, Max Mint/er, A.
Pepper, L. Lazar, M. Rappaport,
A. Sands, E. Shochet, L. Simon,
J. Solinger, D. Singer, H. Rotten-
berg and Mrs. Temple.
The Sisterhood will sponsor a
card party Sunday evening for
the benefit of the Talmud Torah
with Mrs. Kupferstein, Mrs. Rap-
paport and Mrs. Shochet serving
as hostesses. The affair will be
held at the Talmud Torah.
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Editor, The J< wii h Floridian:
_ Isn't it about time tl at J<
Florida saw to it that the word
"ki shi i" be used truthfully. And
how ci uld the elimination of
fraudulent kosher announci ments
be brought about? B< the i nact-
ment of state li gislation, i
New York, which would prevenl
on penalty of sevi n punisl
the duping of the buying p
Not long ago a delicatessi n and
restaurant movi new loca-
tion in the city in which I live.
I inquired about the type of
meals served and was told that
the restaurant was not in
plete op. ration. Howi vei. evi n
so, I could obtain bacon and i
etc.
Yet the next day Ihi re appi if !
an advertisement in the local pa-
per of general circulation stating
that a kosher line i t gri
was for sale.
Such a situation may be worse
here than in Miami or Jackson-
ville, but still needs to be reme-
died, I venture to say, whi i
:. ide in Floi ida. To those
who fear th*t requesting our
state legislature to pass a "kosher
means strictly kosher law" will
discredit Jewry, my answer is
that hypocrisy among our vendors
of Jewish food '.'.ill increase if
not checked by gov< n.mental
means, so that many pi ople will
come to say "If I'm getting trefah
products and paying a kosher
price. I'll go into a Gentili store
in the first place."
Kashrus, one of the meat cor-
nerstones of our Jewish life, will
suffer so that eventually we will f,,,.
find ourselves forced to pass
some kind of "truth in advertis-
ing law."
Ri spectfully,
Joseph Schrebnick.
Mrs. Symon Argintar; Lillian,
hter of Mr. and Mrs. N.
off; Janet, daughter of Mrs.
Jennii Rich.
COL. KELLY TO RELATE
EXPERIENCES IN JAPAN
Unable to retain his present lo-
cation, L. Selis has closed his
groci ry store on Clematis st. and
will not reopen it until the win-
i' r season.
Miss Ri gina Jacoby, of New
Yoik, is in Miami, after having
pent several months in W.st
Palm Beach with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hersch-
korn, Flamingo dr.
Col. Tom Kelly, who recently
returned from Japan, will speak
on "Japan as I Saw It" at the
B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge lunch-
eon at 12:15 p.m. today in the
Downtown club, Seybold bldg.
Col. Kelly was formerly com-
mander of the American Legion
and exalted ruler ol the Elks in
Miami.
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Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Klein-
feld, their son and Mrs. Kli in-
feld's mother 'motored to Santa
Monica, Calif., where Rabbi
Kleinfeld, former Army air forces
n, will resume Ids pastorate.
Known as the "flying chaplain"
of the air transport command.
Capt. Kleinfeld saw duty in Eu-
rope and Ici land and prior to his
re. enl e| ai ati in from the ser-
vice had the entiri Atlantic area
to New Yoik and adjacent islands
under Ins jurisdiction. Since last
October, Mrs. Kleinfeld has made
her home in West Palm Beach.
Although the large minyoniir.
of the winter are past, Sh
morning services are still hi Id at
9:30 a.m. in Temple Beth El. Bal
T. filahs include Jacob Glasser,
in Schocoff, Morris Sheir
and Philip Dave.
Mrs. Jacob Fe in, of Fein's De-
partment store, is in the North
the summer months.
Joe BonowitZ, former director
of the Junior Legion base:.all pro-
gram here, is now making his
home in San Francisco.
Mrs. Frank Bayer is expected
to return soon from a visit to
Washington, D. C. She and Mr.
Bay. r attended the B'nai B'rith
convention in Baltimore. Mr.
Pay. i, president of the local
B'nai B'rith lodge, has already re-
turned.
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FEDERATION NAMES
NEW DIRECTORS
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chet, William Silvorman, Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, Louis Snetman,
Joseph R. Stein, Elry Stone.
Louis Touby, Harold Turk, Alex
Van Straaten, Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
Mrs. Edward Weinstein, Dr.
Philip Weinstein, Mitchell Wolf-
son, George Wolpert, Rabbi Cole-
man Zwitman, Norman Rossman,
Harry Zuckernick.
Representatives of the nine lo-
cal member agencies who will .sit
on the board are S. Ashkenazi,
Miriam Baumel, Mrs. Joseph Ber-
man, Mrs. Ann Berson, George
Bertman, Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
Archie Brick, Jack Burris, Mr.
and Mrs. George Chertkof, Mau-
rice Cromer, Mrs. Reva Engler
Epstein, Mrs. William Feuer, Mrs.
Abe Goodman, Louis H. Hciman,
Dr. Joseph Kaplan.
Leon Kaplan, William Kresner,
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Robert Lance, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Landau, Rebecca Levine.
Mrs. Murray Maurer, William
Mechlowitz, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cneloff, Sidney Meyer, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, Mrs. Fred Ochs,
Dr. Louis Sadoff, Mrs. I. S. Shap-
TAMPA HONORS ROTH
FOR FASHION MART
Nat Roth, president of the Flor-
ida Fashion Mart, received a
plaque from the city of Tampa,
its Chamber of Commerce and the
Tourists' association in apprecia-
tion for his work toward making
the mart, which ended there yes-
terday, a big Tampa event.
Members of the mart also pre-
sented Roth a gift sum to buy an
automobile. In presenting the
plaque, Trenton C. Collins, execu-
tive secretary of the merchants'
association, said the three yearly
shows of the mart attract thou-
sands of buyers and make Tampa
a fashion center.
Under Roth's leadership, the
mart has grown to an organization
of more than 115 members, rep-
resenting 400 nationally known
lines of merchandise and attract-
ing buyers from three states.
BEACH KNIGHTS ELECT
Ben M. Kempler was elected
chancellor-commander of the Mi-
ami Beach lodge 170, Knights of
Pythias, at its election Monday
night.
He win be installed at the first
meeting in July with Ed Snyder
vice chancellor: Murray Kostoff,
prelate; Lewis Yellin, master of
work; Joe Rood, keeper of rec-
ords and seal; Leo Eisman, master
of finance.
Also Israel Toby, master of ex-
chequer; Harry Day, master at
arms; Murray Kaplan, inner
guard; Robert Shore, outer guard;
Nat Kirsch and Harry Stum,
trustees.
The new officers will serve for
six months.
Contest At Manning's
To Choose Best Legs
off, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Harry
Simonhoff, H. Simons, Harry Sir-
kin, Hyman Sootin.
Judge Harold Spaet, Mrs. Carl
Susskind, Mrs. Nat Williams,
Louis Zeicntz.
SHEVUOS PARTY
The Jewish National Workers'
alliance will hold a post-Shevuos
festival in conjunction with the
Pioneer Women's organization at
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Beach
Y, A. M. Dorff, secretary, reports.
A cultural program and refresh-
ments have been planned. David
Freedman will preside.
Greater Miami's "most beauti-
ful legs" will be chosen at a con-
test to be held by Manning's Sat-
urday night. Contestants will be
judged for the beauty of their
legs alone and the rest of their
bodies will be hidden by a cur-
tain.
1945, is sponsoring the party and
will have as her guests Jackie
Jennings, Miss Florida of 1946;
Jenni Boyd, Miss Miami Beach;
4axine Mayes, Miss Aviation; and
Ruth Byrd, Press Photographers'
Queen. Their escorts will be
former prisoners of war from the
Pratt General hospital.
In addition to the contest there
will be audience participation
games. Harry Pomar, popular in
fashion circles, will act as m.c,
with Dave Lester and his band
supplying the music.
Only requisite for the evening
of fun is to have dinner at Man-
ning's, no minimum, no cover.
Ralph Stephens reports reserva-
tions coming in rapidly.
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Remove crusts from
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Toast.
Combine with
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drained and flaked
3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped
Vi teaspoon celery salt
1 teaspoon grated onion
% teaspoon pepper.
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^personal Froblems
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0N THE JOB AS A PARENT
i a linauent children, that is children who have
Unts 0' de '.lice station or juvenile home, often tell me
[takento U P .deQ where me children were after dark.
|lhey nave naa ou(ward reason why mo chUd has "gone
,can9'Ve(. of misbehaving children often say the same
W. PaL me wonder if uhe parents are on the job. It
IE J/S^Ae question: "What are the duties of parent-
" manv parents tend to fall into lazy habits. The
9 Z. home from school and go out to play. He may
tt beyond the din- o
iy come home
,iay far beyond
J *andcrin in whenever
F Timpd In some homes,
KSt.auht: A child
Kiwis come Home from
He reports, as it were,
.oesout J pl.V. t-Hing his
Lfwhere he will be. In case
Wanted, he can be found
I if no one is home, he
fca note to the same effect.
Itule extends to going out
ldark, in which case a time
is wt generally or Specific-
This is in contrast to homes
I dinner waits because Chil-
ian: not home on time or just
rt to come in, being too oc-
d with plav to concern them-
l with the rights of others.
home always has rules,
imposed and fairly ob-
But in a number of
_ children's immature judg-
[dictates to parents what the
its do.
mushy kindness one day and a
show of parental authority the
next day.
We are often nauseated by the
actions of children of "nice peo-
ple." They barge into a stranger's
home, finger everything they see,
monopolize the telephone, help
themselves to food. They dis-
arrange furniture and leave with-
out setting the house in order or
saying "thank you" to their
hostess. We suspect that such
children were raised apart from
their parents or that they had
neither strong precept nor effec-
tive training. Training, to us, is
no more than learning to live with
people, respecting the rights of
others, knowing how to act on
your own in a way creditable to
yourself and your family.
FREEDOM vs. LICENSE
Golden Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff, 1441
S. W. Second st., will celebrate
their golden wedding anniversary
with their children June 16 at a
dinner to be held at 7 p.m. in the
Gold Room of the Hotel Bar-
ringer. Charlotte, N. C.
The couple left last week on a
four month vacation. First stop
will be a visit with their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrss.
Irving Raff, at Columbia, S. C.
The younger Raffs will accom-
pany them to Charlotte, the home
of another son and daughter-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Raff.
Coming from New York for the
celebration will be the Paul Raffs'
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Schmer. Also present
will be their grandchildren, Lois
and Joseph Alan, children of the
Bertram Raffs; Linda Ray, daugh-
ter of the Irving Raffs, and Jack
Henry, son of the Schmers.
Mrs. Becky Levine, auditor of
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
will represent the Miami Wom-
en's auxiliary of which Mrs. Raff
is vice president.
Following the ceremony, the
senior Raffs will return to New
York with the Schmers to spend
the summer at Atlantic Beach,
Long Island.
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Wise parents know when to
clamp down on children. They
j ,i rhiiHrpn rfnes knw when to 8ive them unlim-
ited freedom of action. They use
both to prove desirable or unde-
sirable results. They know their
children and knowing them, are
able to judge, as experts, the
method and the consequences.
They know where their children
are at night. They impose rules
fairly, without anger, without ty-
ing the children to their apron
strings unnecessarily, as if they
were only two years old. As
leaders of their children, they use
intonations and occasional strong
Consist in ruling every move-
A child needs to learn dis-
nation. He learns it, he
s mentally, through the pro-
lof trial and error. Child-
fi embraces knowing when
j blind, deaf and dumb as
las when to act with decisive
Tness. A child wants freedom
Ik also wants instruction and
lone to imitate. Solid, day-
py examph' and consistency
more to children than a
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action to instill a respect for au-
thority, for age, for worldly ex-
perience.
Their children knew they can-
not easily fool their parents. "Out
to dance" is never sufficient ex-
planation for coming home at 2
a.m. without previous permission.
They avoid such fancy stories by
making their houses into homes.
Such parents welcome the chil-
dren's friends into the warmth
which they have created for their
own family. They have confi-
dence in their children. Such
confidence is rewarded by confi-
dent action of the youngsters.
They know who are the associ-
ates, the associates' parents. They
do not forbid a child to see an
undesirable friend but help the
child substitute. They do not use
the lazy way of "laying down
the law." They go to work real-
izing the child's immaturity has
not yet permitted him to make a
proper choice.
The warmth of their home they
gladly share among the boy's or
girl's acquaintances, not as an
ideal, but with the hard-headed
knowledge of helping their own.
To them it makes no difference if
all the furniture is used, circum-
spectly. That is what furniture is
for, within limits. They welcome
noise, fun, or jokes of healthy
play. A bit of dust, dirt, saw-
dust, shavings, all are taken in
their stride. In this way they
create an atmosphere of security,
of living, far above possessions in
lasting effect. Theirs is a fam-
ily home, for father, mother, chil-
dren, the friends of children.
They are teaching their children
how to use a home, now and later,
s the center of normal and whole-
some living ... a gift which too
many do not now have.
Attention: Attorney Generals .
Horace A. Dcmarcst, who was
ousted recently by New York
State Governor Dewey as d puty
commissioner of motor vehi' les of
Queens county, after Nev York
State Attorney General Na haniel
L. Goldstein uncovered the fact
that Demarest was one of the in-
corporates of an outfit called the
Knights and Women of the Ku
Klux Klan, claims he didn't know
what kind of organization it was.
. He says that when he in-
corporated the group in 1923, it
was known as Alpha Pi Sigma,
Inc., a Greek letter fraternity .
Demarest knew all the time what
Alpha Pi Sigma stood for ... It
was just a facade to avoid prose-
cution under the terms of the
Walker Anti-Ku Klux Klan law
which had just been passed at
that time But we have dis-
covered that Mr. Demarest is list-
ed as one of the incorporates of a
group called the "White Collar
Action Committee, Inc." ... Do
you know what kind of an organi-
zation that is? The "White
Collars" are using the present-
day Klan line "Free the Slaves of
1946Abolish Labor Unions" .
If Attorney Generals of Georgia,
Michigan and California would
scrutinize closely the activities of
groups using fraternity facades,
they would be in for a big sur-
prise .
Strange Bedfellows .
It's a laughor maybe it isn't
but it's nevertheless true .
Gerald B. Winrod, notorious anti-
Semite, is conducting a nation-
wide campaign in defense of the
Committee on Un-American Ac-
tivities Yes, the editor of The
Defender, who is in the front
ranks of American hatemongc is.
is circularizing his supporters to
petition Congress to maintain and
expand Congressman Rankin's
committee How docs Rev.
Winrod know that he has nothing
to fear from the congressional
committee financed by our taxes
to expose undemocratic groups?
. That question we leave to Mr.
Rankin to answer .
Deserve Medal .
From the Congressional Record,
May 7, 1946: Mr. B. B. Komaiko
writes for The Sentinel Mr.
Komaiko was asked if he approv-
ed referring to the congressional
committee (House committee on
Un-American Activities) as the
"un-American gestapo" Mr.
Komaiko said "the committee is
un-American in spirit" We
know Mr. Komaiko as a forth-
right anti-fascist fighter Con-
gratulations to a worthy represen-
tative of the Anglo-Jewish press.
. And a medal to Benjamin
Marks of Corpus Christi Ben
ran a Zionist radio program three
years locally before the national
Zionist leadership was convinced
that it had possibilities for a
I coast-to-coast hook-up Now
that the Z.O.A. leaders boast of
it. Ben is forgotten .
High Learning .
Two of Pierre van Paassen's
books have just appeared in He-
brew in Palestine ... He was the
only "Goy" who this year re-
ceived an honorary degree of He-
brow letters from Dr. Wise's Jew-
ish Institute of Religion Zal-
man Shneor, the distinguished
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FLORIDA STUDENTS
TO ATTEND INSTITUTE
Miss Fern Matros, president of
the University of Miami Hillel
foundation, has been awarded a
scholarship to the Hillel summer
institute by the B'nai B'rith
Women of Sholcm lodge.
Similar awards will be made
to a student at Florida State
College for Women and one from
the University of Florida.
They will attend the institute
at Camp High Point, New York,
from Aug. 29 to Sept. 9. In re-
turn for the scholarships the stu-
dents aid the Hillel program in
their universities.
InlheRousesof Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
Merle Franklin Heads
Royal Palm Chapter
Merle Franklin was elected
president of the Royal Palm
chapter. Aleph Zadic Aleph, at
the semi-annual election held at
the Beach Y last week. He suc-
ceeds Melvin Frumkes as head
of the B'nai B'rith youth organ-
ization.
Other officers are Herbert
King, vice president: Jordan
Miller, secretary; Marvin Magid,
treasurer; Larry Kassman, re-
porter; Teddy Thurston and Dick
Cohen, sergeants at arms, and
Morton Smith, chaplain.
Friday evening services,. 6:15
p m. Saturday morning services
,9 am Rabbi Lehrman will
preach on the 'Weekly Portion
of the Law." Junior congrega-
tion, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7 p.m.
Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy
Scout troop meeting every Wed-
nesday, 7:30 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Habbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
ConfirmatiorToTthe 1946 class
will be held at 7:30 p.m. this eve-
ning. Rabbi Appelbaum and Dr.
jSb Kaplan will address the
class. A reception will be held in
honor of the confirmands by then-
parents in Kaplan hall following
the service.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. at 41st St., Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Friday evening services, 5:30
p m. Rabbi Kronish will offici-
ate, assisted by Cantor Kelemer.
Worshippers are urged to medi-
tate in the Temple during the 15-
minute organ prilude which pre-
cedes the service.
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
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Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 7 p.m.
Saturday morning services, 9 a.m.
Shimshon group. 3:30 p.m.. Can-
tor Maftir, 4 p.m. Shalos Sudos,
715 p.m. Rabbi Grauer will
speak on the "Weekly Portion of
the Law."
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.
The Bar Mitzva of Arthur, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shlafrock, will
be celebrated. Rabbi Shapiro and
Cantor Friedman will officiate.
The last in this season's series of
student services will be held at
10:30 a.m.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Meecheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate
services, 9 a.m. Junior congrega-
tion, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the "Por-
tion of the Week."
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LATE JUNE WEDDING
ROHANS ,
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Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
Of interest in Miami and New-
ark, N. J., is the approaching
marriage of Leon Lieberman and
Mrs. Ida R. Arnold, which will be
held in Newark on June 30.
Announcement of their engage-
ment is being made by the bride-
elect's mother, Mrs. Aaron Rauch-
iach of Newark, where Mrs. Ar-
iold is a member of the faculty
f the Chancellor Avenue school.
The son of Mrs. Annie Lieber-
man, of Long Branch, N. J., and
the late Wolf Lieberman, Mr.
Lieberman attended the New Jer-
sey Law school and has been as-
sociated with the Ackerman In-
surance Agency here for the past
ten years.
He is a board member of the
Miami YM and YWHA and was
formerly secretary of that organi-
zation. In 1939 he helped organ-
ize and was first chairman of the
Y's summer home camp.
After their wedding, the couple
will reside at 1444 S. W. Fifth st.
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Obituaries
Information is being sought con-
cerning the whereabouts of the
family of Samuel B. Davis, 60,
who died suddenly Saturday night
at his loan office, 309 W. Flagler
st-
Davis came to Miami several
years ago from either Detroit or
Boston. He leaves no relatives in
Miami. Anyone having informa-
tion about his family is asked to
contact Sidney Palmer at the
Palmer Funeral home.
KAPLAN
Olio Kaplan, 411, hotel executive, of
2160 Flamingo dr., Miami Ueach. died
Saturday at hl.s residence following
u short illneHM. He owned Interest In
several beach hotels. An Elk and a
World War I navy veteran, ho had
lived here two yearn, coming from
Washington, 1>. C. Surviving are the
wife, Mrs. Oertrude Kaplan; a son,
l.t. daughter, Miss (ilorla Kaplan, all of
Miami Iteach. Klk services were con-
ducted Monday at Hlvarside Memorial
chapel with services at Mt. Neho
cemetery-In charge of the American
I.eglon Dade county Guard of Honor.1
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Mrs. Rose Q, nenecknon. 34. wife
of Sam lleneckson, International News
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Having a Hard Time Getting Butter?
I
IT'S REALLY TOUGH. ISN'T IT? RUNNING
FROM ONE GROCERY STORE TO ANOTHER
TRYING TO LOCATE "ESSENTIAL" FOODS LIKE
BUTTER AND SUGAR. AND WITH THE WAR
OVER THESE MANY LONG MONTHS!
BUT NOT SO TOUGH AS DIGGING AROUND
IN EUROPE'S GARBAGE CANS FOR THE
SCRAPS OF FOOD THAT MEAN THE DIFFER-
ENCE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH FOR THE
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF WAR SUR-
VIVORS WHOSE CONSTANT COMPANION IS
HUNGER.
WE CAN DO WITHOUT OR SUBSTITUTE
FOR THE FEW ITEMS OF FOOD THAT ARE
SCARCE IN AMERICA. BUT THERE IS ONLY
ONE ALTERNATIVE IN THE EUROPEAN STAR-
VATION BELT CONTRIBUTIONS OF LIFE-
GIVING FOOD FROM AMERICA.
GIVE YOUR SHARE NOW.
#m&*&
mn
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... Irzzls, 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 andI fish. V
3. WASTE NOT, ,..__ _-.. ^ ^arr.
Use and re-use your fats for cooking. Turn in ad used fats P^m*tf*\. Their ate needed tft sfce
bairtUMJOmA lam!.
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360 W. Flagler St. Miami
RAINBOW GARDENS
848 N. E. 79th Slreet Miami
GRAND NAT'L IMPORTERS
309 N. W. Ninth Avenue Miami
"VICTOR'S
3622 Coral Way Food for the Epicura
GORDON'S
WOMEN'S APPAREL
DuPont Building
VOGUE
tjn LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
>Sj0th Slreet Miami Beach
SAM'S SILVER FLEET CABS'
200 Coral Way Coral Gable*
^SAVOY PLAZA HOTEL
5 Octan Drive Miami Beach
MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. INC.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
G. M. A. CLUB
150 S. E. Fiwt Street
Miami
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1651 Alton Road Miami Beach
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
3190 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach
K. BURNS & SONJewelers
114 E. Flagler Slreet____________Miami
"baIrclay^plaza hotel
1940 Park Avenue Miami Beach
~TffiTEMBASSY HOTEL
2940^oUmAvenue MianuBeach
"XWDELfGROCERY CO.
2220 N. W. 36th St. Miami
TAFT HOTEL
1040 Washington Avenue Miami Beacn
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46 Belle bte___________Mmi^ch
LEON'S BAKERY
2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gablef
"ILaNN^N^TUDIO" "
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GREENTREE HOTEL
110 N. E. 2nd Avenue _____Miami
"THE GARDENRESTAURANT
2235 S. W. 8th Street_________Miami
INVESTORS SYNDICATE
Congreit Bldg.__________________Miami
WALKER CASKET CO.
535 N. W. 24th Street___________Miami
NORMANDY
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1021 Biarrita Drive Miami Beach
MAULE INDUSTRIES
1760 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach
1136 N. W. 21it Avenue__________Miami
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1100 N. W. 22nd Street____________Miami
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Hebrew poet who received the
same degree, is the third great
Hebrew poet to be thus honored
by Dr. Wise The late Hayim
Hachman Bialik and Saul Tchern-
ichowsky were also recipients of
the doctor's degree The He-
brew Union college, the oldest
rabbinical seminary in the entire
American continent, is recasting
its curriculum in such a manner
as to make it possible for students
to obtain their full training for
the rabbinate in six years or less
instead of eight or nine as hereto-
fore Rabbi Joshua Bloch is
receiving an honorary doctor's
degree from Hebrew Union col-
lege next week Joshua Bloch
is rightly regarded as one of the
outstanding Hebrew scholars in
America And you might be
interested to know that Rabbi
Oscar Z. Fasman, the newly-
elected executive vice president
of the Hebrew Theological college
of Chicago, is a native American
rabbi Arthur Meyerowitz, in
the service of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations since
1927, is retiring ... Mr. Meyero-
witz was responsible for raising
most of the budget of the Union
single-handedly .
Miscellany .
There will be repercussions from
Dr. Philip K. Hitti's trip to the
Near East in behalf of the State
department's office of cultural af-
fairs ... Dr. Hitti is a fervent
Arab nationalist whose culture
interests are primarily political.
. Frank L. Weil, president of
the National Jewish Welfare
board, can be proud of the io
annual report of his organization.
... An impressive record
is rumored that the resignation
of ex-Ambassador Carlcton J. .
Hayes as national Catholic co-
chairman of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews IS due
to resentment of his pro-Franco
sentiments on the part of many
American Protestants ... The
Midwest American Unitarian
Youth conference resolution on
the Youth for Christ Movement
states: "After visiting many
YFC meetings in various parts of
the country we urge caution be-
fore supporting YFC programs.
(Copyright, INC Seven Arta Feature
Syndicate)
JWB ARCHITECT
TO AID MIAMI Y
Hollywood Women Meet
A meeting of the ladies' aux-
iliary of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center, originally
scheduled for last Tuesday, will
be held June 11 at the Center.
Hostesses will be Mrs. M. Greit-
zer, Mrs. George Harmon. Mrs.
Joseph Hadoch and Mrs. Michael
Hauser.
0GUST BROS RYC
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undtrsinnrd. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The STOFTOBAK CO." at 1340 Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Beach. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the t'lrcult Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
M. G. SCHWE1UER, Owner.
5/31 8/7-U-21________________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI JEWEIJIY MANUFACTUR-
INti CO.. at 127 N. E. 1st Avenue,
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH SHAKTMAN
BERNARD SHAKTMAN
5/31 6/7-14-21-28 __________
Leon Spector, architect of the
National Jewish Welfare board
building department, will arrive
in Miami on Sunday to hold con-
ferences with the planning com-
mittee of the Miami Y.
Spector will also confer with
local architects with the view of
preparing plans for the Miami Y
building. A special board meet-
ing has been called by Leon Kap-
lan, chairman of the board of
directors, for Sunday morning
at the Y, to take definite action.
Henry Jacobson, chairman of
the Y's membership campaign,
announced that 43 new members
were enrolled at the opening ral-
ly of the campaign Sunday night."
The goal of 500 is to be reached
during this month.
Hungarian Government
Fights Anti-Semitism
BUDAPEST~m:A>--J7.ish
leaders this week appealed to
B dapest Jews not to organize
an v further demonstrate ns to
pi;est the killing of three Jew*
t Kunmadaras last week .tat ng
that they are satisfied that the
government is acting to punish
,e participants in the outbreak
and to prevent repetition of such
incidents.
It was revealed that among the
P0 persons arrested for participa-
tion In the anti-Jewissh not in
Kunmadaras is the.secretary of
the local branch oT the Small
Holders party, which is the larg-
i si political party in the country.
The disturbance has become a
political hot potato, with every
party attempting to pm the re-
sponsibility on its opponents.
The Budapest radio broadcast
a statement by Premier Feicnc
Nagy in which he condemned the
outbreak. "In the past years
Hungarian Jews endured untold
sufferings," he said. "They do
not deserve additional hardships.
The activities of disruptive ele-
ments are harming Hungary and
creating the impression abroad
that fascist excesses here have not
ended." The broadcast quoted
Vice Premier Matyas Rakosi as
demanding that the Ministry of
Justice take summary action
against the perpetrators of the
pogrom, and urging death sen-
tences for the ringleaders,
FRIDAY
JUNE-
MIAMI Y TEAM LEADS
SOFTBALL LEAGUE
The Miami Y softball team Is
leading the Miami Annex league
number two with 10 victories and
no defeats. During the next few
weeks, the team will meet Little
River Businessmen's association,
7:30 p.m. Monday; the B.R.C.
Thursday evening, and the
Knights of Columbus Wednesday,
June 19.
Three of the league s leading
pitchers, Irwin Berger, Ted Laz-
arus, and Dr. Leo Levin are mem-
bers of the Y team.
Six of the team's batters are
hitting over 300. They are Bob
Miller, Harold Kahn, Joe Levine,
Bobby Kaplan, I. Schemer and
Seymour Gladstone.
On the club roster are Bob
Miller, manager, and Harold
Kahn. Mitchell Goldman, Billy
Lamb, Al Bcrkowitt, Frank
(Marks and Manny Lubel, out-
fielders; Dave Lackowitz, Joe Le-
vine, Bobby Kaplan, I. Schemer,
George Bernstein and Marty
Spilka, infielders.
Seymour Gladstone, Mitchell
Goldman, catchers; Irwin Berger,
Ted Lazaruu, Dr. Leo Levin and
Harold Berkowitz, pitchers.
Games are played at the Miami
Annex number two softball field
at N. W. Third st. and 14th ave.,
next to Orange Bowl. There is
no admission charge.
Tampa Rabbi necei
Honorary Deore,
Rabbi David 1 ,
Temple Scharrei Zcdek^J
was awarded the hi' H
gree of doctor of hS> I
the University of tI^I
commencement exerc?/
evening, Dr. Elwoodlei
president of the Jjj
nounced yesterday ^'
The degree m.
- Rabbi LiibV*
tmn of 15 years of loya,f
te l.gent service as prL
religion and sociology ?*,
versity of Tampa agl^
tmn of hi. comributioJS
ress of constructive ,
causes,' Dr. Nance said
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HERKI1Y OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnem umli-r tli.- rietltloui name <>f
AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING CO., at
150 N. W. 7Srd Bt., Miami. Fla., In-
tense i< register nald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
NAT MANX.
6 7-14-21-28 7 '.
NOTKK IS liKKI.KY U1VKN that
the undersigned, de.-lting io engage In
business uiti'er the firtltious name of
MARC ABBOTT, LTD., at 345 Miracle
Mite, Coral Gtblea, intend to register
Bald name witn the t'b-ik of th. Clr-
.,..1, <',.<>.., ... I1...1. .'......... t.v ....t..
cult <
nut < Dade County, Florida.
DAVID MARCUS
WINIFRED 8. MARCUS
HAK'il.l. 8. ABBOTT
I'EII. AlilloTT
SILVER
MAX .
Attorney f >r Applicants
5/S4-S1 6/7-14-21
CHARLE8 ni.I.TK
DIANA COOPER3MITH.
4tl,,rn..v #.. ...II... ...
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineHS under the fictitious name ot
FERGUSON Sl WRIGHT, at 10. N. E.
1st Ave.. Miami. Fla.. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WALTER E. RODDA
WILLIAM B. BLAIR
TEE JAY TURNER
WILLIAM L PALLOT,
Attorney for Petitioners.
1214 Congress Bldg.
5/31 6/7-14-21-2* _______________
Attorney for Applies
"./24-31 6/7-14-21
>.... ....... ,,, (,,, unit oi ijade
County, Florida.
,,......KI'HARD A. FINKE,
5/24-31 6/7-14-21
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
..v-s a ui i-iuif ^..aiuiiv, I* inn Mil
RUBEN WASHERMAN
HARRY SMITH
EDWARD H LEVIN,
Attorney for Applicant*.
s/10-17-24-31 6/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CITY LINE OROCEHY. at Miami.
Fla.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. _____
ARTHUR HERSHBEIN
ABE HERSHBEIN
VON ZAMFT. SIMON ft KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
6/31 6/7-14-21-2S -________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Are., Coral Gables. Fla.. intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
F'r BERNARD C. GROSS
STANLEY J. BROMBSRO
Paul He ni. id's 62 year old
mother is now Safe in Hollywood,
via Paris and New York. She
lived in Vienna during the war
years and had not seen her fa-
mous son since 1936. Her first
day in Hollywood was spent with
Paul on the set of "Deception,"
the film he is now making with
Bette Davis at Warners,
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS
Have your root repaired now; you
will aave on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
Experienced Men"
414 S. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 4-SS60
LEGAL, NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, o. Blrlng to engage In
business under thu fictitious 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 or Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS c. SCHATZ
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant,
1105 Congress building.
S 24-31 6 7-14-21
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at
1138 Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
intend in register sal.i name with the
Clerk of ih,. Circuit Conn of Dade
County, Florida.
UKLA McCUTCHEON
WILLIAM CONRAD
HAR( UjD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicants,
''-'. Unroln Road.
5 24-31 6 7-14
(\
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eiiKage In
8Sf!",";ss .'.""'' '" fictitious name of
WILLIAMS GROCERY STORE at
x W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla... In-
t-n.l to rei;t,.| s.,| .ime W|,n the
i.ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
ty, Florida.
M MtltY HOBERMAN
CHARLESFELDMAN
LEON KAI-I.AX. I'artn.is.
Attorney f.,,- Applicant*.
5 17-24-31 6/7-H
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'','' ,".....'flgned, desiring to engage In
busii,,...s undei the fictitious name of
YOLAOS OROCERY DELICATES-
-N- 'I N. Miami Ave., Miami.
mb.,^intendto register said name with
ine ( lerkof the circuit Court of Dade
' ounty, Honda.
5/17-24-31
lilll.ll' GOLDBERG,
VI. LEVY,
... ,. I'artners.
6/.-14
i.rf.ie < ouniv. Klor
RENEE MALMUTH,
5/10-17-24-31 6/7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. de-ii-ln* to enKaKe. in
THE TAMIAMI FIRMTURE A Tnv
MANUFACTURING CO, at Miami
wh ,ln,eAa lister .aid name
with the Ctekol the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
KXPJ2 KOrPELMAN.
PHILIP COHEN",
NATALIE If. WE!N-STEI.VPar",''r"
420 Lincoln Road. '
5/3Altt/r7n-ei';.^2^Pl"-iin"'
BUY SA^OSlbNDST"
BUY THEM NOWI
N" l t !, is HEREBY GIVEN that
,'',!,'" '-,'"' ''"""- lo engage in
k-*v" :, .'',';'.'''. I'"' '"""< nime of
\ w .-V,: -VN" ,;1[l1-'-':. at 01
Ma. m,endAr?e'g..,^daal?ny,
MIRIAM POLAN
HARRY l5ifflNE EPOTB
r^AppMcanu
?SSTSJ" .H??l QJVBN that
aald name with%. Clerk o? tSTo?!
"" our, of pade Cwnty, wSSaC
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PAUL ELFMAN
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