The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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^fr^THE JEWISH UNITY
amdb THE JEWISH WE EKLY
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
\ordinatedDrive Proposed Zionist Dispute
\r Federation Hospital
Anted campaign plan
[Greater Miami Jewish
,and the Mt. Sinai hos-
img fund was proposed
,...l's campaign plan-
utice Tuesday after-
plan is approved by the
ustees and the Fcdera-
directors, a single
Vot of lay leaders and a
bftssional staff will con-
Jive for the two groups
[v. 15. 1946. through
1947.
|led by a group headed
p. Singer, the plan calls
Cation on a specialized
he 500 largest prospects
tr Miami residents, the
fcts and the winter resi-
uld be solicited on a
ospital basis. In addi-
D local prospects would
again for Federation.
her groups would be
[only once with two
Ids giving everyone an
ly to designate the
i wishes to give to Fed,-
I to the hospital.
ive committee of
is to meet today to
lie question of the co-
| appeal, and the board
i will meet next week
the decision. The
also scheduled to elect
the 1946-47 executive and budget
committees of Federation.
Prior to Tuesday, a group
headed by Leonard Wien sub-
mitted a recommendation for car-
rying on a separate campaign for
the hospital. However, the trus-
tees indicated their approval of
the joint campaign.
Besides setting campaigning
plans, the trustees have been con-
cerned with the future of the Al-
ton Road hospital, Miami Beach,
which the Navy is releasing. The
trustees have decided not to take
group action on the matter, but
ndividual members are consulting
with Beach officials, urging the
opening of the hospital for the
public.
The question of a site for the
proposed Mt. Sinai hospital is also
under decision. Areas on the Bay-
sides of Miami and the Beach,
which would serve both commu-
nities, have been considered by
the trustees.
Temporary headquarters of the
hospital have been set up in the
offices of the president, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, 401 Lincoln rd.
Preparatory to conducting a
survey of Greater Miami's hos-
pital needs, Federation will hold
an organizational meeting of its
survey committee today to select
a national authority to conduct
the study.
In setting the dates for the pro-
posed campaign, the hospital's
planning committee recommended
that a series of parlor meetings
be opened Nov. 15 for the initial
gift groups, who Will be solicited
on a hospital appeal. Solicitation
of all groups for Federation and
the hospital combinid would ex-
tend from Jan. 1 to March 15,
with the general campaign solici-
tation scheduled for Feb. 24 to
March 15.
In its proposal, the committee
list) d the advantages of the plan
as follows: 11 onomy of lay leader-
ship and professional personnel,
coordinated planning, elimination
of conflict, community unity and
creation of cooperative spirit
beneficial to both causes, anj the
use of existing office staff and
facilities of Federation would en-
able the hospital appeal to start
immediately.
Goal of the hospital campaign
is expected to be between two
and two and one-half million dol-
lars. Although the Federation
goal for next year has not been
determined, it is expected to be
more than the $783,100 goal set
this year.
The proposal was signed by
Wm. D. Singer, chairman, and
Sam Blank, Irving Frankel, Sam
Lachman. Max Orovitz, Monte
Selig and Leonard Wien.
|y To Build
tsent Site
ir.munity center build-
ami Y will be located
*nt site at 1567 S. W.
|and its lot across the
> street, it wbs
, announced this
week. George
Chertkof, presi-
dent, was named
chairman of the
Area Leaders
Map Aged Care
Problems of caring for the aged
will be discussed at a conference
of representatives of Florida and
Georgia communities Sunday in
Jacksonville.
Purpose of the meeting, which
was called by the Southeastern
region, Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, is to
Y's capital funds 'acquaint Southern leaders with
drive to be held tne necessity for planning aged
from Oct. 15 tocare to fit mto tne total commu-
Nov. 15, and M. jriity picture.
I. Kopelowitz It has been pointed out that
Kopelowitz was many communities provide only
chosen chairman institutional care for old people,
building rather than planning a program
in which all agencies of the com-
munity participate. Necessity for
placing aged people in private
are board's build- homes has also been cited.
nt- executives of the | Scheduled to speak at the con-
ferences with Leon
tt:tect for the Nation-
contract authorizing
rent organization, to
*and supervise con-
thc new building.
smit a space bud-
Ck ?om"ittee for
g* {udgel will allo-
5 th-e various
lThn'\""'"us nceds
I1 *na .onal organiza-
bu5 n thc actual
Riding in conjunc.
x s local architect
fd that the jwb is
sT,g thc P'ans
servi re tho JWB
a'cp. a number of
ftlv
ference is Ben Grossman of Chi-
cago, who will discuss a survey
of aged care which he made in
Memphis.
Charles Cohen, director of Mi-
ami's Jewish Social Service bu-
reau, will deliver a talk on the
relation of a family agency to
aged programs.
Also expected to attend from
Miami are Judge Harold Spaet,
president of the Jewish Home for
the Aged; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers,
president of the Jewish Social
Service bureau; Morris Klass, di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Also represent-
ing the Miami Home will be Max
v*d as Chairman of Greenbel"g. chairman of the build-
ol the Y's $200,000 m8 committce' and Jacques Beer,
in December. ducted by the Atlanta community
Homes for aged are already es-
tablished in Miami and Jackson-
rneeting villa, A survey is now being con-
2 P.m. ducted by the Atanta community
Beth I and Savannah is also contemplat-
ision.ing opening a home.
Polio Won't Affect
y Camp Openings
Despite the current polio stare,
the Miami and Miami Beach Y's
will conduct their summer day
camps this year. However, the
B'nai B'rith Girls and Young
Women of thc fifth district have
called off their convention sched-
uled for June 23 to 25.
The Beach Y camp will open at
9:30 a.m. Monday with an assem-
bly. The home camp committee
seriously considered the question
of opening the camp and came
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Changes Election
Postponement till June 30 oi the election of delegates to the
World Zionist Congress, which had been scheduled for this
Sunday, was announced yesterday following a dispute between
labor Zionists and the Zionist Organization of America.
National oflicers of Mizrachi and Poale Zion, the labor fac-
tions, Tuesday requested their constituents throughout the coun-
try not to go to the polls Sunday. They asked postponement
of the election on the grounds that the Congress had been moved
up to December and that there had been insufficient time to pre-
pare for the elections following the close of sale of Shekels, the
^Congress poll tax.
Ta | Wednesday night, the ZOA de-
mmdn /\SI but showed their opposition to the
V_clbinet Ottldy Further communications clari-
^^ lying the real issues behind the
C*)n Ioia/icL A"/-J iPostponement are expected from
V^ll JEWISH /\IQ the various parties involved in the
______ | elections.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-' Telegrams sent by the Mizrachi
and Poale Ziun read:
"Mizrachi together with labor
dent Truman this week appointed
a cabinet committee on Palestine
and related problems, composed
of the Secretaries of State, War
and Treasury, under the chair-
manship of Secretary of State
James F. Byrnes.
The President said in a state-
ment that he had appointed the
committee in view of the urgency
of various problems relating to
the displaced Jews in Europe and
Palestine.
"The committee will be charged
with assisting me in formulating
and implementing such policy
with regard to Palestine and re-
lated problems as may be adopted
by this government." The Presi-
dent's statement added: "An
executive order will be issued
outlining the functions and au-
thority of the committee in fur-
ther detail.
"The committee will be author-
ized to negotiate with the British
government and with other for-
eign governments and to maintain
Zionists compelled not to par-
ticipate in election June 16.
ZOA. Hadassah persistent hold
election that dale although na-
tional organizations, local com-
munities, as well as U. S. Shekel
board not prepared adequately
to assure franchise each Shekel
holder.
"We instruct you immediately
withdraw your representatives
from Shekel board and urge
members and all Shekel holders
not to vole June 16. Labor
Zionists and we notified execu-
tive in Palestine our request
thai elections be postponed in
view postponement Congress to
December and lack proper time
between deadline Shekel sale
and elections as required by
Congress rules. Confident Pal-
estine will uphold us. Please
keep us posted local develop-
ments. Further instructions
will follow."
Jacques Torczyner, ZOA Shekel
contact with private organizations chairman, and Dr. Sidney Marks,
relative to the various matters:ZOA executive director, sent this
arising out of the recommenda- message to ZOA leaders:
tions of the Anglo American
Committee of Inquiry. It is my
earnest hope that the Cabinet
"Congress elections postponed
to June 30, July 1. Deplore
change for which ZOA not re-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
JWV Endorses Jewish Sisterhood, Scores KKK
,cETed wilh
,ies- he said.
tilitic,
, member"
***** for
June 26,
,er' American!
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Immediate opening of Palestine
to refugees with the view of es-
tablishing a national homeland
for the Jews was endorsed at the
Florida convention of the Jewish
War Veterans Sunday at the Ral-
eigh hotel. Miami Beach.
Delegates charged that the
"calumnies heaped upon- the
Jewish people and the hate
propaganda spread by the Nazi
terrorists continue to linger in
the minds of Europeans, mak-
ing it unsafe for the Jewish
people to continue to live in
the ravished countries of Eu-
rope, in which they are now
dying daily by the thousands."
Abe S. Goldman, of Miami, was
elected state department com-
mander. With Burnett Roth, Mi-
ami, senior vice commander: Sam
Aronson, St. Petersburg, junior
vice commander: E. Max Gold-
stein, Miami Beach, state judge
advocate. New trustees are Hy-
lan Kout, Miami: Sam Shane,
Jacksonville, and Abe Adcr, St.
Petersburg.
Thc "cowardly. un-American
activities of the Ku K!ux Klan"
were scored in a resolution in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
BURNETT ROTH (left) congratulates Abe Goldman on his elec-
tion as state commander of the Jewish War Veterans at the
convention held Sunday. Roth was named senior vice com-
mander and Sam Aronson (right), junior vice commander.
Not pictured is E. Max Goldstein, judge advocate.Herald
photo.
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PAGE TWO

?*Mx>neMy fyuating
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine
were given a surprise house-
warming party Tuesday eve-
ning at their new home, 340
N. E. 34th St., by their children.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Levine and
Mr. and Mrs. Al Shapiro. Also
attending were their three
grandchildren. The senior Le-
vines are planning a trip to
New York, where they will
spend the next few months .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch en-
tertained at a surprise dinner
party Sunday night at their
home, 645 Lenox ave., for Rabbi
and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff in
honor of the rabbi's birthday.
Mrs. Moses Krieger gave a spe-
cial toast to the guest of honor
and Miss Malvina Weiss gave
a toast to the hosts. Guests in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Mescheloff, parents of the rabbi,
and Mr. and Mrs. Louis D.
Feder, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene
Weiss, Mrs. Rose Hayes and
Zelig Hirsch .
Miss Lila Cohen and Mrs.
Milton Greenberg were host-
esses at a shower Sunday after-
noon in honor of Miss Rosalind
Friedman, bride-elect of Perry
Botwinick. Miss Friedman,
daughter of the William Fried-
mans, will be married July 7
... Her brother. Milton A. Fried-
man, has returned to Miami this '
week after attending the B'nai j
B'rith convention in Baltimore i
and visiting in New York and
Columbia, S. C where his wife
and children are vacationing.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gordon ,
celebrated their fifth wedding
anniversary Sunday afternoon
by entertaining 160 guests at a
cocktail party in the Shelborne
hotel Celebrating their sec-
ond anniversary, Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Benjamin flew to Cuba i
last weekend. Mis. Benjamin
is the former Judith Kaminsky.
THE COLLEGIATE SCENE
Miss Ester Argintar, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arqintar.
1542 N W. Second st., has com-
pleted her junior yecr at Florida
State College for Women and is
spending the summer with her
parents. She is president of the
Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority
at Tallahassee Visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Kob-
ley, 2135 N. Bay rd., is Donald
Kobley, student at Emory Med-
ical school in Atlanta Mrs.
Muriel Suss man Moglen.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. b.
Sussman, 1212 Pennsylvania
ave., received the master of arts
' degree in psychology from the
'George Washington university
'at the May commencement ex-
ercises held in the nations
'capital ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Willner
I will attend the graduation of
, their son, Ensign Arthur Lee
i Willner, from the University of
South Carolina at Columba
next Wednesday. Arthur, who
I majored in engineering, will
1 become a lieutenant in the Ma-
rines and will report to Parris
Island, S. C, on June 25 for six
months. He will probably be
stationed in the Hawaiian isl-
ands afterwards .
Miss Mindel Warfield, 1720
Everglades concourse, will
leave shortly for Del Mar, Calif..
where she will attend the na-
tional convention of Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorority which beqins
July 8. Miss Warfield is presi-
dent of the University of Miami
chapter of the sorority. Other
delegates from Miami include
Miss Hope Tanenbaum and i
Miss Lorraine Gartner. Miss i
Gartner is the delegate of the |
local alumnae association and
will carry the official invitation
:hat the convention be held in
Miami Beach next year .
Home for the summer is
David Jacobs, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Jacobs. A stu-
dent at New York universty, he
will enter his junior year there
next fall. He has also been
doing preparatory work for the
Jewish Theological seminary.
VACATIONERS
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Roths-
child, their daughter, Shirley,
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cohen
and family left by car Monday
on a trip to New York Sey-
mour Simon, Coral Gables, is
flying to New York today to
visit his parents. He wll also
visit in Philadelphia .
(CONTINUED ON PACE 3)
BEACH COUPLE TELL
ENGAGEMENT NEWS
Betrothal of Miss Gene Bushell
,,,,,, Eanett has been an-
nounced by her parents Mr. and
Mrs Charles Bushell, 3718
Prairie ave. M.. Eanetl is the sun
I,,-',,,,. Max Eanetts, 117 Euclid
" Miss Bushell was graduated
from Miami Beach Hit!" school
FRIDAY
MARTIN ROTHSCHILDS
EXCHANGE VOWS
and attended tne University of
Alabama. She is vice president
and a charter member of the
ter Miami chapter, Junior
Hadassah.
Her fiance also attended Miami
Beach High and recently received
his law degree from the Univers-
ity oi Floi ida. H.' is a member of
Florida Bine Key and Pi Lambda
Phi and was chosen for the uni-
versity's hall of fame anil Who's
Who in American Colleges and
Universities.
Wedding plans will be an-
ced later.
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Roths-
child are motoring through the
state on their honeymoon, follow-
fog then wedding which was held
Sunday a!U inoon at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
ip Rothschild, 1601 S.W. 14th st.
Rabbi Murray Grauer officiated
at the ceremony.
The bride is the former Miss
Gloria Mandell, daughter of the
Gustave Mandells, 3035 N.W.
28th st. Her brother, Lester Man-
dell, was best man and Mr.
Rothschild's sister, Miss Shirley
Rothschild, served as maid of
honor. The newlyweds were hon-
ored at a dinner Sunday evening
at the San Juan restaurant.
Mr. and Mrs. Rothschild both
attended schools in New York.
Mr. Rothschild is an Army vet-
eran, having served overseas in
the Pacific, and is now engaged
in business here.
The couple will reside with his
parents temporarily.
Among the out-of-town guests
at tin wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Harod Lutrln of New York.
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14, 1946
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PAGE THREB
^burgh To Wed Mr Fox [Veuorurfty iftfudkina
rraditional Orthodox Rites ^ *
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
,( flowers in the patio of the Tides hotel.
a canopy 01 Louis Fox wiii exchange their .mann and their two daughters ^ration, are planning a two-
lice Ginsburgn ^ 23 : have been traveling north, stop- month automoble trip that will
at 2 -JLLm.~v will be performed by 'pin9 at ^vet Springs and Nat- cover about 15.000 miles. They
Rackovsky, Rabbi ural Brid(3'3 along the way. They (will visit in New York and Cali-
will visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. |fornia ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry
leatrice
Sunday, June 23.
,voWSa!,r orthodox ceremony will
>dfSeUdofi. Rabbi Joseph E.
Mose d Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Grauer anf ,;e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gins-
(bride-elect Miami Beach. Her fiance is the son
P'^Mrl Benjamin Fox of Brooklyn. N. Y.. who will attend
iding. -----------------------------------------------------
Trip to Niagara Falls
Follows Beach Rites
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st man.
.1 Beach
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lt art at the University of
I member
i I -n. She
, men bei ol the Rose
,B'nai B'rith Youn8 Wom-
If x Stu i mtinfi at
Honeymooning in New York
and Niagara Falls are Mr. and
I Mrs. Morris Mandell, who were
jmarried Sunday evening in the
jPan American room of the Black-
Istone hotel, Miami Beach, by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Mrs. Mandell is the former Jean
Wernicoff, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Wernicoff, 1143 Penn-
sylvania ave. Her husband is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mandell
of Springfield, Mass., where the
couple will reside.
The bride was attended by Mis.
Doran Zinner as matron of honor
and Arlene Rose and Gilda God-
ley, bridesmaids. Dr. Zinner was
best man and Dr. Julian Rickles
and Murray Kripple were ushers.
Also in the wedding procession
were Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cutler.
A reception followed the cere-
mony.
Mrs. Mandell is a graduate of
Ada Merritt and Miami High
schools and has lived here for the
past 10 years. Mr. Mandell at-
tended schools in Springfield and
was just released from the Army
air forces.
Out-of-town guests here for the
wedding were Jack Safer, Jack-
sonville; Mrs. Lena Safer, Clara
Safer and Mrs. Ben Silberman,
West Palm Beach; Henry Silber-
| will leave for New York Mon-
day with Mrs. Gordon's son,
| Jimmy, and her mother, Mrs.
Fay E. Oliver, bookkeeper for} Louis Hartz ... Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Ber-1 the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 Ezra Raphael and their two
daughters left Sunday for a va-
cation in New York .
Lt. (jg) Lawrence Feinberg is
spending the summer with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Einhorn in Washington for sev-Spero lef I Sunday for New York Feinberg, 1945 N. W. First ter.,
eral days and then spend the and Derby, Conn., where they I before resuming his education
rest of the summer with Mrs. I will vacation with their chil-'at Southern college, Memphis.
Bermann's parents n Laurelton, dren. They expect to return IA resident of Miami since the
Long Island | before the High Holy days age of six, he was discharged
Mrs. Frank Thompson left to- Kolman Luria and his dough-'horn the Navy last week after
day for Brooklyn. N. Y., where ter, Lena, will spend ten weeks serving as an anti-aircraft gun-
she will visit her parents, Mr. ;n Connecticut and New York' nerY officer aboard the cruiser
and Mrs. B. H. Lesser Mrs. visiting relatives Mrs. Nat Astoria in the Pacific. Before
Leon Schulman is in New York Williams' vacation destination entering the service in 1943. he
with her son and daughter is Schroon Lake. N. Y. Mr. attended the University of Flor-
Jack Apte and his son, Stuart, anc] jvirs. Max Wolfman and 'aa ana Miami High school,
are leaving this week for the their son, of 1565 Drexel ave., His sister, Judith, is home from
Carolinas. Mrs. Apte will join are spending a month in Hen- Florida State College for Wom-
them later in New York. The derso'nville Mr. and Mrs. J. en *or lne summer .
Apte's elder son, Marvin, has Malakoff, 444 S. W. 24th st., will
entered the University of Miami. vacation for four months in Lib-
following his discharge from erty, N. Y. Their son, Lt. J. J.
the Navy Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and their chil-
dren, David and Roslyn, will
leave Monday to spend the
summer in New York state.
man, Washington, D. C; Mrs.
ivi llegi Ni '. York and Sidney Zinner, Canton, Ohio.
j'con.p 1 one-
Malon, will accompany them
to New York ... A three-month
vacation trip is on the calendar
for the Harry Comblums .
Mrs. Morris Plant is spending :
They will be preceded by Rabbi the summer with her children !
Lehrman's mother, who plans in New York. She's stopping at |
to leave Sunday ... Mr. and the Barbizon Plaza hotel I
Mrs. Samuel L. Miller will va- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper are
cation in Boston until the fall, spending a week in New York, i
Mrs. Sadye G Rose and Mrs. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon \
^poiixpjo *>S xpv inn
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
MIAMI BEACH
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ars in tl e Armj a serg-
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M-town guests expected to
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p's brother-in-law and sis-
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elect's
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Miss Anita Mandler was named
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girls at the recent election.
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RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director
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Carrying a Full Line of
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fJewisHlcrldlan
FRIDAY
TOTAL REPORT
NEW YORK (JTA)The Amer-
ican Council for Judaism has en-
dorsed all of the recommendations
of the Anglo-American Committee
of Inquiry, including the provision
for the admission of 100,000 dis-
placed Jews into Palestine, and
has urged the adoption of the re-
port as a whole, as a humani-
tarian proposal designed to save
and to safeguard Jews of Pales-
tine and of Europe, it was dis-
closed this week. The council
urged the early implementation of
all of the recommendations.
Its views were expressed in a
communication to the State de-
partment submitted by Lessing J.
Rosenwald, president of the coun-
cil, at a meeting with Dean Ache-
son, undersecretary of state, and
Roy Henderson, director of Ni
Eastern affairs, following an in-
vitation extended to the council
by the State department, asking
it to convey its comments on the
Anglo-American committee's re-
port. A similar expression of
support has been communicated
to President Truman.
The council stressed the im-
perative need of adopting the re-
port as a whole as providing a
"realistic balance between con-
tending forces." The rate of im-
plementation of the specific rec-
ommendations, the council main-
tained, "'will necessarily vary,
depending upon tin ir nature, but
the policy implicit in the total
report should he accepted by the
adoption of the report as a whole.
This would stive the important
salutary purpose of indicating
clearly the lines of policy which
will guide our government in its \
relationship to tin problems dealt
with m the report and will act
as a restraint upon partisan in-
terpretations. Partisan pressure."'
the statement adds, "which de-
mand the acceptanci of only those
recommendations that are favor- ,:
able will lead unquestionably to
unsettled conditions within and
outside ol Palestine."
The council endorsed the rec-
ommendation for immediate im-
migration of 100,000 Jews into
Palestine and urged that every
precaution be taken that "such
certificates arc not diverted from
the displaced refugees
council further expressed its com-
plete concurrence and support ol
the committee's recommendation
thai Palestine shall not be a Jew-
ish or Arab st.it.' and aski d that
everv effort be made to have the,
Jewish agency, tl e Arab league i
and their constituent organiza-,
'turns aee.pt this declaration.
The statement further ad\
the desirability of inviting the
"native talent i I th( Palestinian
people. Christians. J. WS and
Moslems, to assume a large part
of the official administration," and
hailed the committee's recom-
mendation C intil nng immigra-
tion oppoi tunitii s into Pal. stim
in accordance with the absorptive
capacity of the ci untry and that
such immigration .--all not be d<
termined I '"' religious
qualification-. The council
supported the i ndation of
the committee to n move discrim-
inatory practices now in existence
:n Palestine which, it said, "ti ml
to ala nate one Section of tl'..' Pal-
stinian population from another.'.
Thy friend has a friend, and
thy friend lias a friend:
be discreet.
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MISS ETKINS TO WED
MR. FISHERMAN JULY 7
Announcement of the engage-
ment and approaching wedding
,.f Miss Muriel Etkins and Charles
Fisherman was made this week
by her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ktkms. 1751 S. W. Fifth
st.
The couple will be married at
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation July 7 by Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer. Miss Etkins has
asked her sister, Elaine Etkins,
to b< maid of honor. Nathan Et-
kins will serve as lust mall.
The bride-elect was graduated
ifrom Miami Senior High school
land the Paterson, N.J., Commer-
cial college.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fisherman, of Paterson, N.J..
JMr. Fisherman was recently re-
leased from the Coast Guard
'after three and one-half years'
I duty. He attended the Paterson
State college and was a member
'of the Y basketball team.
Harold Greenberg. R2-c. of 2161
S.W. 14th ter., has been discharg-
ed from the Navy after two and
one-half years' service. He is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
school.
IUHEi
AMetesToG*
Awards will be i
outstanding yo H
Mi;" Y at the A,jH
ty ?thc Y- Cd
Pr"tent of thc "^
'^" the award, r|
Admission to lhe d
""'future Lenny .
band and a vocal,sU.J|
Y"ung mm and
B-'achY have been im,
tend the affair.
Elections Postponed To June 30
Can You Pass This
TEST OF LOYALTY?
/ DO YOU favor the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish
Commonwealth?
^ DO YOU want to assist maximum political action to bring
100,000 Jews to Palestine WITHOUT DELAY?
Hillel Silver have given American Zionism?
America in its vital political and educational pro-
gram?
/ DO YOU favor a bold, militant program of Zionism in this
country, as presented by the present Z. 0. A.
leadership?
/ DO YOU object to playing party politics with Zionist ideals?
/ DO YOU oppose the fragmentation of Zionist strength and
the undermining of Z. O. A. power and prestige?
YOU CAN GUARANTEE THE FULFILLMENT OF THIS
PROGRAM IF YOU
VOTE THE Z0A SLATE
TAKE YOUR SHEKEL WITH YOU TO THE POLLS
YOUR VOTE for the Zionist Organization of America will help send to *
World Zionist Congress a large, determined and powerful General
Zionist delegation, capable of representing the organized will
American Jewry.
Transportation will be provided for those unable to come to vote. Call anT
of the polling places.
POLLING PLACES:
MIAMI BEACH: MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER. TEMPLE BETH
SHOLOM, BEACH Y and BETH JACOB.
MIAMI: MIAMI Y and BETH DAVID.


Hami Beach
ynai B'rith
Kf'teNUon". hotel, 1677
h 't Miami Beach. With
r'nS.m meet the Miami Beach
*""* i ffnai B'rith Women.
S*fto be a joint meeting, de-
fcS provide an interested
F" fnr the principal speak-
hji K?na Viss, assistant
* Central Beach Ele-
Ltar.v school.
[- Weiss, who was one of
L nrr-n- from this area who
fcCed by .a fellowship
P- Harvard university, will
tk S. Phases of education-
? forte. A very interesting
Iker well versed in her sub-
r. ujjs Weiss is certain to 1m-
E new ideas and fresh view-
L,lf to her audience.
. of the district conven-
tion will be heard and refresh-
EU will be served after the
Ltine. Members and their
are invited t<> attend.
patients To Be Guests
I Fiftem convalescent soldiers
Lorn the Pratt General hospital
[jibe guest at the FDR club's
ttfy swim-dance Saturday eve-
Jng at the Blackstone hotel. The
Jffairisopen to the public. Tick-
lb m ly be purchased at the
+JmlstincrkUan
PAGE FIVE
TWO BOAT RIDES
SET FOR NEXT WEEK
It seems to be open season on
boat rides, with two local or-
ganizations scheduling moonlight
sails during the coming week.
Proceeds from the cruise which
the Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion, Club No. 1, will sponsor
Sunday evening will be given to
its child rescue fund, Mrs. Pearl
Raidman, chairman, announces.
The Seminole Queen will leave
pier six at 8:30 p.m.
Assisting Mrs. Raidman are
Mrs. Lena Pushkin, Mrs. Mary
Stepkin, and Mrs. Sadie Karasik.
Tickets may be reserved by call-
ing 3-4811 or 5-6380.
The Showboat will be the
scene of the moonlight sail to be
sponsored by the Emanon club of
the Miami Y Wednesday evening.
Dancing and other entertainment
has been arranged by Sam Green-
stein and his committee.
The boat will leave from the
Chamber of Commerce docks,
Miami Beach, at 8:15 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICES
IXOTK'E IS IIKHKMY OIVEN that
ItiK I" I'liK-iKe In
......is name of
Vn ISItOCKRY, :it N -V K.
,: Florida, Intend to
i. v. ill the Clerk of
' of Dad County,
Borida.
I'HAIII.KS WHF.R
ROBERT RLSON
B.\r.r.V Zl'KKRNIi'K.
A......A hlte Star Grocery.
Ii K- I,
Roth Named Attorney
For AVC Committee
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Florida Director, ADL
Burnett Roth has been appoint-
ed to the important post of at-
torney for the constitutional com-
mittee of the American Veterans
committee. He is attending the
AVC convention which is meet-
ing in Des Moines, Iowa, this
weekend. Approximately 3,000
delegates are expected to con-
vene there.
Commencing this Sunday, June
16, Miami's NBC Station WIOD
will begin broadcasts of the top
notch radio series, "Let We For-
get. These Great Americans."
This star-studded program tells
the dramatic stories of men and
women who dedicated their lives
to the American principle that. .
ALL MEN ARE CREATED
EQUAL.
For the past seven years, the
Institute for Democratic Educa-
tion has been teaching democra-
tic principles and racial and re-
ligious unity by means of these
transcribed shows. In 1945, the
Institute's ninth series, which was
entitled, "One Nation Indivisi-
ble,'" was heard over 462 stations
in 47 states. The current series
strives to emphasize the indelible
impression which was left upon
the world by great Americans.
This tenth series will enact the
lives of such outstanding Ameri-
can personalities as Franklin Del-
ano Roosevelt, Wendell Willkie,
Woodrow Wilson, Al Smith and
Justice Louis D. Brandeis.
Prominent stage, screen and
radio stars have contributed their
services for this splendid pro-
gram including Melvyn Douglas,
Wendy Barrie, Ralph Morgan,
Quentin Reynolds, John Carra-
dine, Donald Cook and Sam Jaffe.
The series will be inaugurated
this Sunday with a broadcast
commencing at 8:30 a.m. of the
life of Wendell Willkie, the
drama of a man who never won a
campaign and never lost a prin-
ciple. Starring in the cast is
Quentin Reynolds, renowned
world correspondent.
After listening to some of the
stimulating programs in this
tenth series, I am sure the listen-
ers will agree that the radio ar-
tists, writers, as well as the In-
stitute for Democratic Education,
deserve high praise for their con-
tribution to the cause of develop-
ing a more intensive devotion to
the best American tradition and
ideals.
RABBI ELECTED
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was
elected to the executive commit-
tee of the Union of Orthodox Con-
gregations of America at its re-
cent meeting in New York city.
"Let Me Get Yoo Some
t DR.MILiS
AKTI PAIN Pll
LODGE COOPERATES
IN SAFETY DRIVE
In cooperation with the current
safety campaign, Sholem lodge of
B'nai B'rith will present W. J.
Carlson, directed of the bureau
of safety education, at its weekly
luncheon 12:15 p.m. today in the
Downtown club, Seybold Bldg.
Carlson will discuss "Are Ac-
cidents Necessary.'" and explain
the prizes being offered for safe
driving.
On Friday, June 21, Joe Thorn-
ton, of the FBI, will be guest
speaker.
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9-Jels*H*rldteri
FRIDAY, IUNE
Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla.
P. O. Box 2973
Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930. at the POM Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Ait of March. 3, li
Published Every Friday Since 1927
Subscription Kates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, 52.00,
2 Years, $5.00.
FRED K. SHOCHKT, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor_______
VOLUME 19 NUMBER 24
Miami 18. Florida. Friday, June 14, 1946
SI VAN" 15. 570(i
ZIONIST DISPUTE
CHANGES ELECTION
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
sponsible. Elections were se
for 16th upon agreement all
parJ.cs. Refusal" Poale Z.on
Mizrachi participate. ZOA
wishing unily agreed today to
30th. Counting you utilize ad-
ditional time concentrate elec-
tions ZOA slate. Communica-
tion follows. Publicize post-
poned date as press release in
your Anglo-Jewish cr.d general
newspapers.'
I rts will I e held in Miami
Miami Beach June 30. In
communities, the polling
will extend through July 1.
, ra] i Goodman, Miami
Beach n sidi nl and a tn asurei of
i nal ZOA, is a candidate
on the ZOA slate.
At press time, the Jewish Flo-
ridian was unable to obtain a
b illot. However, as soon
as one is received, the Florldian
will pi in1 it.
A telegram received by local
voiced
TRUMAN REQUESTS
CABINET STUDY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
STOP QUIBBLING
Sincere Zionists of all branches are becoming more and more
dismayed. Partisan projectives are more pronounced with the
approaching election of delegates to the World Zionist Congress.
The election was originally scheduled to start Sunday, but com-
munities throughout the country were informed by a series of
wires that the election has been postponed until June 30.
These telegrams, vague in content, were first received by
the Poale Zionists and Mizrachi groups instructing the with-
drawal of representation from local Shekel boards. This act- Mizrachi Jjjj****,^
urally created confusion in local circles, already disturbed and shcke] board's postponement and
hampered by incomplete infoimation regarding the holding of urged i to mobilize votes
the election.
A frenzied series of telegrams and phone calls to New York
headquarters first advised the local committee to proceed with
the election despite non-participation by these two groups, and
on Thursday another wire subsiituted previous orders stating
that for benefit of unity, ZOA had agreed to the change in the
date> This was followed by an OK for participation of the two pashion Mart with their son,
disuniting bodies. Basis for non-participation was placed on the ', Stanlev. They are now con-
techjicality allowing thirty days interval between the end of (templating an extended trip to
the flnle of the Shekel-voting privilege and the date of voting. Philadelphia, New York Wash-
. .. iington and Maine with their
All the preliminary maneuvering gives way to belief that \(^iee children
there is much dissension among our Zionist groups. Previous : Staff Sergt. Adolph Patterson
bidding about slates, ratio and caucus rule further evidences is getting acquainted with his
this #atement. young son, Sheldon, who was
Zionists and sympathetic individuals in cities everywhere are !born whi,e ,hue ^S^"' waS
,. ,, ... ,. .. 'overseas in the Pacific area,
disheartened by this display of tactics that past experience has Wim the fifth division of the
proven leads only to failure for all concerned. 'Marine corps for three and one-
Not in the know ol what is transpiring in the inner circles, half years, Sergt. Patterson saw
we find it difficult to point a finger. Suffice to say there is much ,'duty in Sasabo and Yokohama,
to be lost by this dissension. Enthusiasm of communities will;Now ,nat. nes discharged, he
committee will be able to under-
take its urgent tasks at the earli-
est possible moment," the state-
n .nt concluded.
The appointment of Henry
Grady, former Assistant Secretary
of State for Economic Affairs, as
deputy chairman of the Cabinet
committee will be announced
|shi itly by the State department
which will also supplement the
President's statement with more
d.tailcd information regarding
|the duties of the committee.
The President's statement came
I in reply to a question as to why
there has been so much delay in
carrying out the recommendation
of the committee. He pointed out
that he had recommended the
admission of the 100,000, several
months ago.
Jewish Immigration
Called Inadvisable
PERSONALS_____
Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnie Sterling
have returned from Tampa
where they attended the Florida
wane and quickly.
Leadership as brilliant and progressive as is at the head of
the Zionist movement today surely can and must put an end
to a fester that threatens the future of the entire Zionist move-
ment.
AEPhi Alumnae Hold
Guest Luncheon
Special Citizen Rights
Given To Veterans
eir June meeting, Al] hi Aliens who served with the U. Miami Tuesday night following
Phi alumna. a ; ar.med '""- during World! his discharge from the Armv at
For th
Epsilun
"guest luncheon" last Wi li
at the Only Inn.
Out of town gu( sts ini I
Mrs. J. B. Ullman sville,
Kv who was the must of Mvb.
is in business here and is re-
siding with his family at 1431
S. W. Fourth st. .
Mrs. Abe Goldman is recup-
erating at home after an opera-
tion Mrs. Rose Gordon of
Chicago is visiting with her
brother and sister-in-law, the
Louis Gordons. 2027 S. W. Sixth
St., for an indefinite stay .
A. Finley Einder arrived in
iven special citizen-
rivileges in a recent law
1 ress.
Known as Public Law 270, the
the expendi-
David D. Pollack; naturahzati. n ol aliens who
Adele Stone and Sara li S( N'"'-v- M
wartz, recently returned fron .' t Guard prior to
Duke university, who were
28, : 145. It
ge from the Army at
Ft. Meade, Md. Mr. and Mrs.
Binder end their son. J. Louis,
aro stopping at the Raleigh
hotel.
LibLy Fisher, SGI W. 48th St.,
returned to Miami this week
following a two weeks' trip to
mpts such New York and Cleveland
SIM. rihlo Mn WT.- ,--------1 ff _
and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, the
guest of Mrs. Julian Ni
I i filing petitions
alization to obtain th
tion are Mrs. Sidney Lewi- v servicemen and veterans
Alvin Casscl and Miss Beatrici "" ",,l" a|'''l-v "-'>' do so
Jaffee. wltn the Miami section, .National
Others present were Mi fi^f Jewisn Women- Con-
mence Levy, Miss Ester Libi
Irving Kelemcr. son of the
u,ej^cl!d M.s. B. Kelemer. flew
New members of the assoi :il\."' thl8 law Dec. 31, to De,tr011 <>s week to visit his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lip-
jjit* Mrs. Becky Lc-vine. 927
anave., leaves today for
Charlo,te, N. C. where she^Ul
I ">o golden anniversary
rc ifa ,orof and Mrs-pau'
Later, she will ,raveI to
j!W>k ,0 a"end the unveil-
: nq of a monument to the mem
loryd the late Alfred lj
hrst president of the Mi-
wish Home for the Aged.
1 UWe, 'nG, Wi" ,hen 9 o the
"^county mountain, where
mo3,,,,?"5 ,0 "ta* three
Foreign Secretary Ernest
Bevin won Labor party approv-
al Wednesday for a foreign
policy which included state-
ments that Britain regards the
immediate immigration of 100.-
000 Jews in Palestine, as recom-
mended by the British-Ameri-
can committee report as inad-
visable, but favors an ultimate
Palestine state to give Jews a
voice in world affairs.
Bevin said Britain would have
to put another division of Brit-
ish troops in Palestine if 100.-
000 Jews were permitted im-
mediate immigration, adding
that "I am not prepared to do
it."
"Regarding the agitation in
the United States, and particu-
larly in New York, for 100,000
Jews to be put into Palestine,
1 hope it will not be misunder-
stood in America if I say with
the purest of motives, that that
was because they do not want
too many of them in New
York." Bevin declared.
Earlier an authoritative source;
said that the United States
has i ffered to transport the 100,-
000 Jews to Pnhstine from dis-
placed tamps in Germany, and to
aid in their resettlement, provided
Great Britain admits the Jews.
I government is prepared
also to offer technical and finan-
cial assistance in the rehabilita-
tion of the displaced Jews, but
Ices m t consider this the major
problem.
No announcement on the matter
is expected until after June 20,
the date set by the State depart-
ment for ree< ipt of comment from
J ws and Arabs on the report of
the Anglo-American committee.
It is known that in addition to
replies already received from in-
terested Jewish organizations, the
department has received some
Arab answers, despite previous
Arab statements refusing cooper-
ation in the consultations.
POLIO WON^Tr^H
Y CAMP OPENlW
*QE 1)
to the conclusion that H
render better service to J,*
dren of the community I
vid.ngasuperv.sedpr^j
Marash. executive ZT
ported. rectw,
As a precaution, a ....
nurse will be on the S&
a"d In daily attendance '
amme and observ, the chSd'
The camp staff, Und ^
rection of Randy'p" ^
lists of college graduate?/
who have had at leasts
ol college training. AU havT
previous camping eiSL
Marash said. b Xpenei*
Registration for the cam.
still being taken. ^ :
The Miami Y is also continaj
registration for fa cam J
will open Monday, Jimmji 7
consulting with county and,
medical and recreation author
t.es, the Y board officially fi
to go ahead with the camp 1
rice Grossman, executive'
tor, said. Mclici auth
agree that children are better,
following a upervised and i
trolled activities program,
said.
The '" I ok the posna
that it would be impossible ta
prohibit children from usir.g tU
Ys tocilil ther ur notti
camp was open. On the ad
Of polio ami. Y:s
tailing the strenuous physicalaj
tivities usually included in I
summer program and will a
phasize quiet activities such
crafts and i .
All Miami V campers wffll
ceive medu al i Uonsttj
Y at 10 p.m Thursday, June!
Dr. Harold R; nd is the can
physician.
STATE JWV ENDORSES
JEWISH STATEHOOD
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE')
AGED CARE
"CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
man, Miss Mindcl Warfield, Mrs Hnlltr,^ZXts7 ~
Harold stone and Mrs. j, l|ywood Women Plan
Spirer. r ather s Day Event
The guest luncheon will 1, ---------
repeated in July with the addi- A covered dish supper will be
tion of a book review on the p.o- ''<> by the Women's Auxiliary stain
sr*m. ; > the Hollywood Jewish Center 1,
------------------------------ at the Beach pavillion on Fathers E '
DEFICIT REPORTED
June 10. Members
friends have been invited
A Sheyuos party was given by
A deficit of approximately $1,- ""-' auxiliary at the home of Mrs
000 for the current year has been t, wSj*"? U16 Harrison st.,
reported by the Greater Miami Mr^oft^ed th
Jewish Cultural committee which.of the holiday and Mr udlb?
sponsored six events thi, season. A- M- DoI"f of Miami Beach led
The committee is to meet some the Jommuntty singing. Refresh-
time this week to prepare a sehed- Houses El, .
ule of guest artists for next year. ^Ttt^^TA^T''
Mrs. Sam Schachno was named iCiold.n, Mrs. Joseph H*,-,rh' u'S'
chairman of a subcommittee on 'Lester Kravitz, Mrs iSxr '
rules at a meeting Monday. j and Mrs. H. Jecelyn
Jacksonvile plans to make its
home a regional institution and
to that end will hold a fund-
raising campaign throughout
Florida.
Although the conference pro-!^*QpA*withoutcrippU
gram is concerned with aged care,' _nta anci urged BieL
ssion will be held Saturday ltan against black mar!"
which tia JWV described I
Ku Klux Klan us a "subversnj
organizatii n a hich attempts
reap the.....of social chi
by hurling Protestant ag
Catholic, Christian against
and all thn < against the N'ep
and brazenly spreads the pen
ious doctrine of racial, religMW
and social discrimination...!
preaches intolerance, bigotry a
hatred ."
AI-< col "nod were oil
subvei icket organii
tions which organizeveteritfj
visions t RUB "for'
dissemination 11 i:.ir divisive a
hate propagai da" and make'tl
newest ai I mother fonni
their subversive operations.'
well as a
racket.''
In other resolutions, the c'i
gates urged the establishment
unified veterans advisory cenW
and of veteran housing adv*"
committees in Florida con
ties; recommended s U. *>
conservati n program to aid <
needy overseas; endorsed wt
tablishment oi a worla
ment, "sovereign over a r
and nations solely on an
which substantially afiw
world peace"; '''""meniW" 1
dentTrurnan-seffortttjcjJI
iiembers
night to discuss the Atlanta Jew-
ish children':
gram and fi
being reviewed by the regional
CJFWF.
campaign
activities.
Jewish Supermarket
Schedules Opening
S~Wen
Wth ave ^ Ad'" at 1007 s w
I home, whose pro-. tJ mide at t'eC"l
inancial structure is1 i*^S2*dDr- Mau*
vent.on in<.ludia u
Klein, chief of sn._ ^
The Miami Federation voted not r '"/' n'Tfleks>ville,
to include the children's home in |G.recn '*" "i Wett *"*"
its allocations this year on the jjc; Dr. ;cial repre^l
? K :--;..;_ k udvc .',,, state Str*'1
grounds that the institution has
sufficient funds.
poultry and delicatessen, as well
as groceries, fresh and frozen
fice.
Burnett Roth was
man a
nami'
nett "'""""Vnssman.91
and Maurice Gros. ]
fruits and vegetables, bakery pro- i chairman of the
ducts, appetizers, beer and wine constitution a
and dairy products.
The entire market will be
closed on Saturdays and religious
holidays.
-ommitlee
s
ted I
A plaque was Pf"
Galbut fo. his '^standing
in the JWV. ,
George Smathei* no*
"'oays. George s"'ll"i,' ^aker
Telephone orders will be ac- Congress, u-1- ^at5 ,nCiW
cepted and daily free deliveries | urged that Democra
I will be made.
i do more for veterans.


DAY. J^
14, 1946
+Je*lstncrldliari
\m mm
rewell Service Honors Appelbaums
e they will spend several
vacationing in Canada or
the north woo.!:,. Ral I i Appel-
baum has madi no announci
of his future plai
A resolution commending R; 11 -
Appclbaum was passed by the
el congrei ation at its
annual me ting May 22. A simi-
lar si enl had previously
b"cn issui d by th< Great
ociation.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Jack Barash is in Ni-w York on
business.
Dr. Carl N. Herman was guest
.speaker iit a recent meeting of
the Negro Welfare organization.
Mr and Mrs. Moses Schupler
tobbi Saul B. Appelbaum, ipir-
L leader of Temple Israel
.December, 1944, will be hon-
U at a special farewell service
, Temple Pri-
ning, Jules Pearlman,
Eaiiman of the sp cial commit-
_, announ i
and colleagues in the
Later Miami Ral binical asson-
Itiomnll participate in the scr-
, which will be conducted by
)r Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus
(the Temple, and Rabbi Colman
LZwitman, who will resume his
duties at the Temple June 15.
Rabbi Appelbaum was invited
to serve Temple Israel when
Rabbi Zwitman enlisted in the
Army.
Rabbi and Mrs. Appelbaum
have spent the past week in Cuba
as the guests of Rabbi and Mrs.
Arthur Lebowitz of the Hillel
foundation, University of Havana.
They were guest speakers at a
meeting of the Beth Israel Temple
Sisterhood in Havana Tin sday.
On June 20 they will drive to
Chicago where the rabbi will at-
Miami
for Rest
XONVALESCEHa
.^ChkomjcCasm
fSun
Rat/Park
feso/t
Rabbinical lauon. occupying an apartment near
A native of Cleveland, Rabbi!Mrs. Schupler's parents, 714 M
Appelbaum atti .'. tern Re- st.
serve i tj and received hi
bachelor1 degre from the Uni-
ol Cii inn iti He
After three year.-.' service with
was the field artillery, Arthur E. Lei-
ordained in 1931 and ;. the Ringling Art school at Sara-
sota. She also attended Florida
State College for Women. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.
S. Kanurek.
Mr. Auerbach recently was dis-
charged from the Army after
more than three years' service,
much of it in the Pacific. He is
th< son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Auer-
gach. The couple will reside in
West Palm Beach.
ate work at the Univi i ity of
Chicago D:' il tj hool.
From 1931 to 1938, he s .
versity of Florida to resume his
studies in agronomy. The son of
, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibovit,
V n in Bi ad-i Winter Rose apartments, /MWU
was
the Temple B I .
ford. Pa. Wl i there he was ;i member of the noted 158th
director of t; Co i n itj Chest jbushmaster combat team, serving
and the Civic Musi- association. as a fiunner-
Hi served as judge of the juvenile
court from 1035 to 1933.
Rabbi Appelbaum later w
" hall
Wednesday night, Beth El Sis-
terhood sponsored a "lotke party"
as ** at Scher hall to help defray ex-
ted with Dr. Jonah B. Wise Lenses of installing a new hall
at the Central Synagogue, New ,,],_ an electric fountain and
York city, where he was program painting,
director and conductor-preacher |
of th "M. ssage of Israel," broad-
cast ovi : an NBC coa.-t-t .-coast
Louis Cohn, Mrs. Rose Schutz-
berg and Adolf SchutzbeM are
leaving Sunday for Pine HPL'N.
Y. They will return in Novem-
ber to reopen the restaurant they
operate in Palm Bach. Adolf has
I een discharged from the Army
alter serving 40 months in France
and Germany as a machine gun-
ner.
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network. In 1944, he produced
the first Jewish television broad-
cast.
Founder and director of the
first "Psychiatry Through Re-
ligion" clinic. Rabbi Appelbaum
was also secretary and founder
of the Yorkville Civic council of
New York city, which comprised
all social ag. ncies in the York-
ville area.
Prior to coming to Miami, Rabbi
Appelbaum assisted Rabbi Ed-
ward L. Israel in a program of
revitalizing n form Judaism, con-
ducted by the community service
department f the Union of Amer-
|ican Hebrew Congr gations.
Mi Mary Schn bnick, 414'.4
st., has returned following
a visit in New York state and
Jacksonville,
S. S. Schupler has been named
to everal commits es of the I cal
Am ncan Legion post.
Confirmation and gradu
exen ises for Reform Congrega-
tion Beth Israel were held with
Dr. Cail N. Herman officiating, the Miami Jewish Orthod
Miss Berman Receives
Council Scholarship
Miss Josephine Berman, 74 N.E.
69th st.. has been awarded a schol-
hip to the University of'Mi-
ami by the Miami section, Na-
ti nal Council of Jewish Women,
Carl Weinkle. scholarship
committe chairman, reports.
Vali dictorian of the class which
[raduated from Edison High
last week, Miss Berman
tained a 97 average for four
S: e is a Hebrew teacher for
Con-
Temple school graduates are liar- on and Sun^.sc.h~1
net Gelden and Elainer Gruner. U for the Miami Beach Jew-
Confirmands are Joyce Barish and l enter.
Alice Blake. --------------------------------------
Rabbi Manuel Greensti in and
family will soon move from their
home' at 746 L st., which they
have occupied since coming here
about ught years ago.
IN GREATER MIAMI__
LUNCHEON PLANNED
Mrs. Lena Simon is taking re-
e:\atior.s for the luncheon and
card party, sponsored by the wel-
fare committee of the grand chap-
ter, Order of the Eastern Star, to i-
, ,, ^ t on Frank U. Bayer. Mr. Katz was
be held Thursday neon, June 20, K^ tn ^ executive co.nni.t-
at the home of Mrs. Walt Hayes, of district five.
Delegates to the B'nai B'rith
convention in Baltimore reported
Tuesday night at a meeting. They
were Dave KatZ, Jack Kapm r.
Rabbi M. Greenst* in. Al Moss and

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LODGE TO U
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UNVEILING
To spearhead B'nai B'rith's
July membership campaign, a
committee of Sholem lodge will
meet with Lou Heiman, member-
ship drive chairman, at his home
Tuesday evening.
At that time, officers, trustees
and drive team captains will
make arrangements for a "This
is B'nai B'rith" mass meeting to
be held in July. Color movies de-
picting the functions and com-
munity services of B'nai B'rith
will be shown and prominent
speakers will be guests at the
rally.
Prizes ire to be awarded to the
team enrolling the most new
members.
BEACH ELKS TO HOLD
FLAG DAY PROGRAM
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the lute Manuel
Rippa, of 1120 S. W. 19th ave .
will b,. hold at 2 p.m. Sunday in
the Jewish section of Woodlawn
Park cemetery. A pioneer Mi-
amian, Mr. Rippa was one ol the
founders of B.th David Congre-
gation and the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery association. He
was one of the founders ol the
first Jewish cemetery in this
vicinity. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Abraham Friedman will
officiate at the unveiling. Sid H.
Palmer of the Miami Monument
company is in charge of arrange-
ments. Friends and relatives arc
asked to he present.
MORRIS JOINS STAFF
OF LOCAL INSTITUTE
A concert and program com-
memorating the 169th annivers-
ary of Flag Day will be held at
the Miami Beach Elks patio Fri-
day evening, Dr. Maurice Klein,
chairman of the Americanization
committee, announces.
Guest speakers will he Capt.
J. B. Heffernan, chief of staff of
the seventh Naval district, and
Lt. Col. Tom Kelly. Dr. Klein
will give a talk on the history of
the flag. Also scheduled to .speak
is James B. Wendler, exalter rul-
er of the lodge.^_
The Dade eo^Bguard of hon-
or of the Amcman Legion will
serve as color guard. The program
will be concluded by the phdge
to the flag and the singing of
America.
Dr. Klein is urging the public
to display the flag on Friday, as
well as other patriotic holidays.
A monument to the memory of
the late I.t. Edward P. Carnot
will In unveiled at 1 p.m. Sunday
m Mt. Nebo cemetery. Lt. Carnot,
who distinguished himself in
World War II, was killed in a
plane crash in Mississippi while
en route to Miami to visit his
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mis. Philip Hittleman, 760 Al-
hambra circle, Coral Cables. Ar-
rangements are being made by
Sid H Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Frii nds and
relative.- are a.-kec| to he present.
Schemer In Jersey City
Mike Schemer, of Miami, has
been turned back to the Jersey
City Reds by the parent N. Y.
Giants, according to Haskell Co-
CLOSES FOR SUMMER hen, JTA sports editor. The farm
S. J. Freedmun. 214 Fourth st., leam 's buried deep in the Inter-
Miami Beach, announces the clos- national 1- ague cellar and scream-
ing of his Hebrew book and nov- '<' 'or Mike's return.
Tlie unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late David
Lowenkopf will he held at 11 a.m.
Sunday .t the Mt. Sinai cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate.
Ci mIiin Monument company is in
charge of arrangements. Friends
and relatives are asked to be
present.
elty store until the beginning of
August. A full line of Hebrew
books, religious articles and nov-
elties is available at Freedman's.
Schemer batted .323 for the
Reds last yi ar and his big bat
should aid the Little Giants no
end, Cohen predicts.
JUNE 30
A BIG DATE
FOR ARMY MEN!
If you have been discharged
from the Armyif you held a
grade and wish to retain itif
you have flependents then act
now. June ^o, irj.io, is
the last day on which you can
enlist in the Regular Army and
still take advantage of two im-
portant benefits retention
of your old grade and family
allowances.
MUST NOW AT YOUR NEAREST
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Family allowances for your
dependents will be continued
throughout your enlistment
only if you enter the Regular
Army before July i, 1946.
If you have been discharged
from the Army and wish to re-
enlisl at your old grade, you
must enlist within 90 days after
your discharge. And before July
1,1940. Think it over. Act now.
a cooo iob ron you
U. S. Army
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Clarence C. Morns, certified
public accountant, has joined the
teaching staff of the Peninsular
Institute to conduct the refresher
course which be-
rgins July 1.
Morris, a prac-
ticing public ac-
countant and tax
specialist, is a
member of the
Miami firm of
Walton and Mor-
ris, certified pub-
lic accountants
and tax consult-
ants.
He does all the
accounting and tax work for the
Dade county chapter, National
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
and is treasurer of the Miami
chapter. Florida Institute of Ac-
countants and the Sportsman's
club of Dade county. He is also
secretary of the Men's Bible class,
Shenandoah Presbyterian church.
A new class covering funda-
mentals of accountancy and law
will begin July 2 at the institute,
which is an accredited school
available to qualified veterans un-
der the GI Bill of Rights.
Obituaries
KRUGER
Irvliiir KrUKer died Sunday nlRht of
, heart attach In Ml home. 330 Ocean
; i- Miami Beach. He eamj here a
&. w! r..... N.w York. SurvWUi,
daughter,
of Miami
,. ti- Widow, Joan, and
Mrs PUl l'ollak. both
Heaeh The body has been sent to
New York for Ml vl.es and burial with
,i. RiveraMc Memorial chapel In
rll.OH''
Sur-
and a
Released to inactive duty in
the medical corps of the Naval
reserve. Commander David Dav-
idson. 1060 47th St., plans lo open
offices in Miami soon.
SHERMAN
Mis Nornia Sherman, '[. died last
Sunday at her home. 16X0 James ave.,
taltowfni a loni Illness. She came
,.,-,. a veiir ago from Brooklyn.
Vlvlna are the husband, Max.
dauifiter. Carol, both of Brooklyn.
The body was sent to Ncwaik. N. J.,
bj the Riverside Memorial chapel.
HERSHKOWITZ
Murray Herxhkowlts died Sunday
nliiht of a heart attack In his home,
IVii Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach.
An apartment house owner, he came
l,.,.. ,1Kht years ago from New York
. Itv Surviving are three brothers and
two sisters. The Riverside Memorial
Chapel Is In charge of funeral arrange-
menta.
DAVIS
Funeral servlcee for Sam Davis, tins
\V Flakier St.. were held last Friday
in lb.- Palmer Funeral chapel with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating- Inter-
ment was lii Mt Sinai cemetery. Mr.
Davla came to Miami three years ago
fiom Detroit and la survived by a son.
\braham. with the F. S. government
in Honolulu, and a daughter In Kox-
biny, Mass,
PEPKOWITZ
Samuel Pepkowlts, W, of B6l 11th
st Miami Beach, died last Sunday iii
a hospital. -V real estate operator, he
coin- here six years ago from Hacken-
ack, N. J Surviving are the widow.
Mrs. Rose l'epkowltz; three sons, two
daughters, and his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Barnetl PepkowlU. Funeral ser-
vice! were held at the Riverside Me-
morial .Impel With burial 111 Mt. Nebo
cemetery.
SL"CK
at hom... ku 7/,,;,'v.,;;;\'|m w
from New fork aii "'cull
leave., his Wife, Mr. nX?* a* 51
|Uek: two brothers an^i'V5I
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RED WITH RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN and David Freed-
their teachei, are members of the Center's Hebrew school
[Lotion class. They are (front row, left to right) Richard
(on lay Li""' Gerry Lou Rose, Joan Osheroff, Sam Ber-
f ^ row) Edward Sachar, Evalyn Segal, Rabbi Lehr-
Beulah Lauer, Mr. Freedman.
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enter poses for its picture. Members of the class are
! row, left to right) Robert Rosenthal, Phyllis Goldstein,
flotle Satra, Sue Goodman, Rosalie Owens, Sam Berman;
; row) Carole Giller, EvalyrT Segal, Dolores Peckerman,
iRe'oa Rodman, teacher; Rhita Seligman, Mavis Meyers
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The- Mmmi Beach Jewish Cen-
ter held graduation exercises for
its Sunday school und Hebrew
school on the first and second
days ol Shevuos. Rabbi Irving
Lenrman officiated at the exer-
cises, which formed part of the
service.
Thi Sunday school confirmation
cla taught by Mrs. Reba Rod-
: l included the following grad-
uates: Sam Berman, Carole Cil-
ler, Phyllis Goldstein, Sue Good-
man, Fridell Kirshner, Judy Le-
lyin, Mavis Meyers, Rosalie Owens,
Peckerman, Robert Ros-
emhal, Charlotte Safra, Evalyn
Segal and Rhita Seligman.
First prize for scholarship was
awarded to Evalyn Segal, with
second prize going to Carole Cil-
ler and honorable mention to
Rhita Si ligman.
The confirmands participated in
an elaborate program directed by
Mn Irving Lenrman, including a
pageant i ntitled "On the Hill of
Zion." Certificates of confirma-
tion were presented by Harry
Sirkin, chairman of the Hebrew
Bchool, and Bibles were presented
by Herman M. Berk, chairman of
the Sunday school. A reception
in the patio followed the service.
The Hebrew school graduation,
the fust t<, take place on Miami
Bi ach, was held on the second
morning of Shevuos. David
Freedman was the teacher of this
class, whose members were Sam
Berman, Burton Faintr, Richard
Jablon, Beulah Lauer, Jay Linn,
Joan Osheroff, Gerry Lou Rose,
Edward Sachar and Evalyn Segal.
The Samuel Fnedland prize for
outstanding scholarship was pre-
sented to the ranking member of
the class. Jay Linn, by Herman
M. Berk, and the Samuel E. Bern-
stein prize for the best essay on
the topic 'What I Think Consti-
tutes a Good Jew" was awarded
to Evalyn SegaL Rabbi Lenrman
delivered a charge to the gradu-
ates and diplomas were presented
by Harry Sirkin. Cantor Emanuel
Balkan and the Center choir of-
ficiated at all services.
The Center will hold Hebrew
school classes on weekday morn-
ings during the summer. Sunday
school will be resumed after the
High Holidays.
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fMU^ Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Lt. Elton P. Rosenblatt has
been assigned to the medical de-
tachment, 341st regiment, 86th in-
fantry division, according to
Army public relations. Formerly
a Miami dentist, Lt. Rosenblatt
entered the service in June, 1943.
He is a graduate of the University
of Miami. His wife, Louise, lives
at 950 Jefferson ave.
FLASH FROM PALESTINE .
All the rumors about Dr. Weiz-
man's resignation from the presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organ-
ization are premature. The
Chief, as his intimates call him,
is in good physical shape and
rather optimistic about the final
political results. So, it would
seem that the reports about a
Triumvirate (namely. Silver, Ben-
Gurian, Brodetsky) taking over
are not realistic iust now. .
FROM THE INSIDE .
A new poll on the present status
of anti-Semitism is in the mak-
ing. It may never be published.
. Advance reports indicate that
a very steep upward trend in ra-
cial discrimination is being noted.
. In the same connection it is
also being revealed that the anti-
Catholic policies of the Ku Klux
Klan are being quietly dropped.
. The KKK is concentrating its
tire on Jews and Negroes. This
assertion is not hearsay. We
know it to be true. .
MISCELLANY .
Richard Harrity, formerly of
Yank Magazine, has just finished
a play about anti-Semitism. .
Dick is a Roman Catholic who
can't stand discrimination. The
National Convention of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, just con-
cluded in New York showed great
strength. It was attended by
quite a few members of B'nai
B'rith interested in militant work
against fascism. The Jewish
People's Fraternal Order has pre-
pared a film on anti-Semitism,
called "Of These Our People" .
P r o d emocratic organizations
should be interested in this film.
. The Institute For American
Democracy is also announcing a
film "One Nation Indivisible," a
"post-war motion picture for un-
ity and democracy." The Na-
tional Jewish Welfare board de-
serves the gratitude and coopera-
tion of all in carrying out its plan
to establish a "shrine" as a monu-
ment to the putriotic eorvioc ot
American Jews in all the wars of
the United States. It pays off
to fight fascism. Eugene Flit-
craft, who operates the Gentile
Co-operative association and has
published "The Protocols" serial-
ly in his paper, received only 11,-
059 votes for County Commission-
er against 47,833 for the victor. .
BETWEEN THE BOOK ENDS. .
A Jewish "Book of Knowl-
edge," a popular encyclopedia for
children, will be published by the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. The Jewish Chau-
tuaqua society is sending out 100
books every week to 250 colleges
in every corner of America. .
Good work for democracy. .
'Biting On Granite" is the title
of Louis I. Newman's selected ser-
mons and addresses, just publish-
ed by Bloch Publishing company.
.. Pierre van Paassen's "Earth
Could Be Fair," out less than a
month, is already eighth on the
national best seller list. Yes,
it's true, Dr. Weizmann's auto-
biography will be in print this
coming Spring. .
WEEKLY AWARD. .
This week's award goes to the
mayor of Detroit. We are told
that he has developed a simple,
constructive method in inter-ra-
cial reations. .The police com-
missioner compiles each week the
report regularly reaching him
from public and private observ-
ers listing all incidents involving
racial conflicts. By week to
week comparison the commis-
sioner can tell which areas of the
city are becoming troublesome
and can chart the rise in tension.
. When the areas of danger are
identified, prophylactic measures
are applied. One of the most
effective is the training of public
officials to meet the threat of
conflict. The bias of public of-
ficials, particularly police officers,
has often been the basic cause of
rioting. The police commis-
sioner takes immediate disciplin-
ary action against any officer
found to act unfairly. Mr. May-
or, you are setting a sterling ex-
ample of the law protecting de-
mocracy. Bravo! .
Milton Weiss was named vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami Alumni association at a re-
ecnl meenng.
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MIAMI ZIONISTS MEET
"Wind up" meeting for IhU
season will be held by the Mi-
ami Zionist district at 8:30 p.m.
Monday evening at the Beth
David auditorium. A resume of
the district's activities will be
given by chairmen of the vari-
ous committees.
H. Sootin. president, urges all
those interested in Zionism to
attend the meeting.
J^ihTHol^es olWorship
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 am
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantoi
CONFERENCE DECLINES
STATE DEPT. TALK
NEW YORK (JTA)Staling
that a discussion of the long-
term recommendations of the
Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry would be "premature
and harmful" and would delay
the transfer of the homeless
Jews of Europe to Palestine,
the American Jewish confer-
ence this week declined the in-
vitation of the Department of
State to submit its views on
the report of the committee.
The conference sent a letter
to Undersecretary of State Dean
Acheson calling his attention to
the fact that its views on the
Palestine question were pre-
sented to the Anglo-American
Inquiry committee during the
letter's hearings in Washington.
The letter was signed by Henry
Monsky. chairman of the in-
terim committee of the confer-
ence.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N E. 19th Street
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum
Reform
Special farewen service and re-
ception in honor o Rabb. Saul
b! Appelbaum Friday evening.
Sabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dr.
Rabbi Max Shapiro and can o, ,,,, v member*
Abraham Friedman will officiate. JacobKaplan ana^o ^^
w w*^^^*
Registration for the sum.ru i
months of Hebrew school began
last week and classes are now in
session.
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. High Holy days. Sept. 26,
1946.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
Friday evening services, 6:15
p.m. Saturday morning, 9 a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will preach on
the "Weekly Portion of the Law."
The Bar Mitzvas of Robert, son
of Mrs. Rose Graff, and Melvin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke,
(lf the Greater Miami Rabbinical
association will participate.
BETH JACOT CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Fridav evening services, T:30
pm. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate
services, B a.m. Junior congrega-
tion, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
"Portion of the Week." Religious
school sessions Monday through
Fi Iday,!' a.m. till noon. Registra-
tion now at the office.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
Orthodox
Babij Parade
WW09 <*<^^^^^^^^^**
Leonard Allen, jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Allen Wien,
227 E. Rivo Alto dr., was born
May 13 Marlene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Selsman,
527 N. W. Seventh si., May 17
. Stefi Bert, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Sidney Adler,
200 Ocean dr.. May 19 The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold Leon, 821 Michigan ave.,
May 11 Jonathan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell
Burman, 2500 S. W. 16th St.,
May 12 .
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Harry Gittleman. 610
Jefferson ave., was born May
12 Robert Max, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Katz, 154 N. E.
19th St., May 6 Sheryl Fern,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
J. Nadler, 1605 Pennsylvania
ave., May 9 .
Twin daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Adler, 800 Collins
ave., May 27 Jack -Kay,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
son of Mr. and Mrs Max bhitKC,: shabbos, 7 p.m. Satur-
will be observed. Junior congre- mom ^^ g a m. Thc
gation. 10 a.m. Mincha, 7 p.m., > ... f Mr_
Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Young
People's league dance for young
men and women, 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day. Boy Scout troop meting
every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
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MIAMI BEACH
Bar MJtzva of Barry, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Harson. will be
celebrated. Rabin Grauer will
address the young man. Mincha.
7:15 p.m., followed by Shalos
Sudos. Rabbi Grauer will preach
on the 'Portion of the Week."
Religious school daily from 9
a.m. till noon.
PROBUS CLUB PLANS
RECREATION CENTER
Completion of a new floating
recreational center in Biscayne
bay near the Quarterback club is
anticipated by the Probus club,
Alvin Cassel, treasun r, has an-
nounced.
The club has received permis-
sion from the war department to
anchor two barges, each 169 feet
in length and 36 feet wide in a
T formation in lower Biscayne
Lay about one-half mile south of
the Quarterdeck club, Cassel said.
A dormitory, lockers, and show-
ers will be in one barge and a
huge living room, dining room,
galley and recreation room will
be ill the othi i. Cassel said that
the barges were purchased from
the government as surplus war
material. They will be towed to
their club site and moored. Offi-
cial launching is being planned
for later in the month.
Organized four years ago, the
Probus club is a service organ-
ization and also stresses recrea-
tion. Members meet for luncheon
each Tuesday at the Downtown
club.
Besides Cassel. officers are Dr.
Albeit E. Rosenthal, president;
Harry Boyell, vice president;
George Adler, s< cretary,
^YerS,1519Pei^r
May 27 '"*i
Ronald, son ofMr
Raymond Kas8in, ^J
Tenth st.. was born m *
Lawrence Alan '*, .,
and Mrs. E.nes,"',,^
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Sandra and Marvin L
daughter and son of J
Mrs. Louis Grossman, 7s
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Simeon son of Mr. and
Istdor Katz, 413 MeriSi
MiY vIraIean-J
and Mrs. Samuel Pollack, i
Bay dr.. May 25...ElbX
daughter of Mr. and MrfiS
uel Wolfe Shapiro, 15361
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Outline Responsibi
' BY JEANETTE LEE TUPLER
se it regards the lew as a "people." aims to
,nism, fec(in,lOUS]y enrich the qualities which constitute
"< an,d 'vilSon of the Jewish people. The Basle plat-
' C 1 Zionism which remains until this day the basis
0I political d_ "Zionism aims to create for the Jewish
+Je*MncrMtor}
PAGE ELEVEN
liti
m dhhZ recognized and legally assured home in
PA established Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine
to the problems that arise from Jewish homeless-
I u"SW|eI to the need for a spiritual and cultural center for
and v of life- A rebuilt Palestine wil1 not onlY serve
oWish Way n.,lcin ... ..
ionism
a
ine.
i answer
in Palestine,
ttt*Z&S
^-Uenuatedforrns
1 in all countries in
IS "ve! Thus .t is a
that the Jewish people
Civilization will survive
.rican Jewish youth has the
us respons.b.lity of uni-
1,0 dichotomy of building
re in Palestine as well as
terica. The times call for a
Led and trained youth in
Imeland, and the youth call
tort from their comrades
Cerica. The important labor
L Histadruth. the Halutz
Lnt. the youth clubs, and
Leer traininK Rroups of
5 countries have erected an
liable foundation. They
i Congress Names
onhoff, Mrs. Glasser
L Louis Glasser, president of
Beach Women's division,
lean Jewish Congress, and
r Simonhoff were elected to
Administrative hoard of the
fican Jewish Congress at its
^ convention in New York.
(Glasser was also named to
(ational board of the Worn-
Jivision.
fjune 3, Mrs. Glasser helped
lize a new Women's division
land county, New York, at
Hield in the home of Mrs.
j Siegel, who was a visitor
Past winter.
CORRECTION
I news story last week, Mrs.
r Levine was listed as audi-
have given new dignity, new
pride to Jews everywherethey
have revived the creative forces
in Jewish life.
Before the war the great ma-
jority of the immigrants to Pales-
tine were organized long before
their departure into groups which
prepared for their life in Eretz
Israel by work on training farms
or in shops in Galuth. They were
prepared .. they had training for
the rigorous work ahead of them.
But now great masses of uprooted
Jews, irrespective of previous
training are clamoring at the gates
of Palestine. They represent the
strongest surviving elements of
European Jewry, which is indica-
tive of eventual adaptation. How-
ever, they have not had the spe-
cial training to prepare them for
the unique living conditions of
Palestine.
The responsibilities of Ameri-
can youth are apparent. Aside
from monetary contributions, ac-
tive membership in Zionist or-
ganizations, understanding and
believing in Zionism, we must
prepare for leadership in a new
world. The need for dispersal of
knowledge and education is es-
sential, and it remains the duty
of the leaders to teach ... to in-
spire ... to foster the unifica-
tion of Zionist ideas and ideals.
To work in America for and with
youth ... to inculcate the doc-
trine of Zionism as well as pre-
pare for leadership in Eretz Is-
rael is of fundamental and basic
importance. The will for Zion-
ism augmented by the integration
of practicable training for leader-
ship in both America and Pales-
tine is the formula. Establishing
i the Jewish Home for the 1Uic mm .v...........-----------.....<>
.Mrs. Levine is auditor of'Jewry as a world-recognized na-
liami Women's auxiliary ofltion will be the all-enveloping
institution.
consequence.
es of
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trial and water pumping custom-
ers will be more than $300,000
annually and will benefit 540
such customers.
Pointing to the fact that this
is the fifth major rate reduction
in Florida Power it Light com-
pany's history since 1925, Bos-
worth said the average electric
rate of residential customers will
now be only about 50 per cent
of the average in 1934.
Bosworth termed the reason for
the reduction a combination of
forces. First, Florida's intensive
new agricultural and industrial
development; second, the increase
in business volume for the utili-
ties company, and third, expected
saving from the more efficient
generating plants now under con-
struction.
He referred to the Florida
Power it Light company's $24,-
000,000 expansion program al-
ready launched, which calls for
four new large generating units
with combined capacity of moje
than 120,000 kilowatts. This, he
said, will be greater than the
maximum electric current de-
mand on the entire system six
years ago.
The power company manager
also emphasized the fact that
these factors made the rate re-
ductions possible despite sharply
increased fuel prices and the
higher wages granted to em-
ployees to meet increased living
costs.
By CHARLES M. FREEFIELD
American Jewish youth have more than a "responsibility"
toward the Land of Israel; we have a sacred duty to perform,
and an age-old heritage to realize. Conversely, we have more
than a mere "dream" to fulfillwe have an urgent and vitally
necessitating reason for accelerating our efforts on behalf of the
[ewish National Home in Eretz Israel.
That urgent and compelling reason is that millions of dis-
placed men, women and children of Israel are wandering once
more over the face of Europe. Despite the fact that the war
against Hitlerism and evil has been won, thousands of Jews are
dying daily from the effects of
13 years of starvation, torture
and persecution of every sort.
Every moment's delay in achiev-
ing what is Israel's just and
fought-for rights dooms hundreds
more of our brethren throughout
the horror which still is Europe,
and may some day, unless we are
brave and opportune, threaten us
in this land.
As one of the 500,000 ex-ser-
vicemen of Jewish faith who
served in the armed forces of
America, I find it particularly
pertinent to stress to my fellow
Jewish youth that we must carry
on in that militant tradition; al-
though our guns and swords may
now be converted to plowshares.
We Jewish youth who went to
war did not merely fight for the
obliteration of fascist militarism
and reaction, but hoped and
prayed that with the winning of
the peace a soul-searching and
conscience-stricken world would
also help us to alleviate or better
yet, solve, the problem of home-
less and persecuted Jewry down
through the centuries. It appears
at this writing that something
may be done, but hardly enough.
A mere pittance, the remnants of
10 million European Jews (five
million of whom were burned and
baked and butchered)100,000
may be permitted to enter Pal-
estine. And even this announce-
The action of a fool
serve as a precedent.
merit causes strife and ill-meant
mutterings among the Arab world;
and a veil of silence from the
mighty powers.
American Jewish youth have
an obligation to be in the van-
guard of this fight. By their mili-
tary service, and that of their
families on the home frontde-
spite the calumny and slander of
America's lunatic fringe of de-
mocracy-haters and anti-Semites
they have shown their fellow
American youth of varied faiths
and creeds and colors that Israel's
problems have a right to be
heard, and forthwith solved.
American Jewish youth have
for a long time cooperated with
Jewish youth of other lands in
regard to mutual problems. This
international cooperation has been
one of the chief factors for what
has already been accomplished in
so short a time in the formerly
barren and arid land of Pales-
tine. The sweat and toil of Jew-
ish youths of all lands, and their
tears and tribulations also, are
all blended forever in the once
ancient, but now modern, Land
of Israel.
And in this spiritnever for-
getting the proud history of the
Maccabean fighters of yesteryear,
must we American Jewish youth
carry out our sacred duty and
responsibility to our less fortu-
nate brothers and sisters by help-
t ing to establish a Jewish National
Home in Palestine.
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Your Personal Problems
By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D.
Director. Counselling Service. Detroit. Mich
Your questions on personal problems w.ll be answered^by mad
as far as possible or in these columns. Send your J"tl0M af JJ
stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care of
The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida.
MY DADDY IS BIGGER THAN YOURS
Daddy. Pop, Father, The Old Man or even "Mister all say u
same thing. They designate the male head of the farn.ly. *hc Per^n
in authority. Custom in each group dictates the actuall_*_oid used.
The meaning of the
the word itself. Pe
ized as Mother's Day.
child something important. Each child and adult here, s il 0tlur
matters, needs symbols, shortcuts, proverbs, contractions and initials
to condense words. _,
The father concept varies with the age of the child. The _very
ng child best expresses himself when he says: MY Daddy H
om in each group dictates the actual woro^
e word used, to the child, is more important than
erhaps Father's Day has become as comnurc.al-
ay. The meaning of the word symbolizes to cacn
young ..
bigger than yours ." "My Daddy can fight better than yours ..
"My Daddy is stronger than yours ..."
The adolescent boy finds his father a comfort and a strength, a
person who enjoys similar activities, a person of ability and some-
one important as an associate.
The boy 15 or 16 talks about the Old Man. The Old Man is a
source of funds for dates. The Old Man gives or withholds the
family car. This Old Man is an older person, of another generation,
with ideas of the past. He is a person who rides herd on him, one
who suggests and insists that studies are more vital than girls. The
Old Man, to this age group, doesn't know too much about the current
world. The youngster may graciously admit, at 21, that his father
picked up a tremendous amount of knowledge in the past five or six
years.
Contrary to some parents' views, this young man is not dis-
respectful. He is not a barggart. He is not a "smartv-pants." He
is in the conflicting and disturbing period of breaking away from
his family. He is torn between the wish to remain dependent and
the demonstration of independence. He both fears to throw off his
bonds and yet wants to show how well he can lean on himself.
The Essentials
Is there a father in your house?
Not only the physical presence of
an adult male which we find in
most homes. Behind this desk I
hear stories daily of what the
physical absence of a father means
to a child, some of them unneces-
sarily tragic. But is there a guid-
ing hand in the home? As hu-
man beings, with our own diffi-
culties, parents cannot be ex-
pected to use impartial judgment
toward their children at all times.
They have their own emotional
satisfactions to appease. Some-
times a parent reacts at the ex-
pense of his child. But, being hu-
man, all people react that way.
The child wants to know that
Father is home, within reach,
when needed. A child will rush
madly into his father's aims when
aTunhappy a'"d dissatisfied
few will take drastic action, some
will cut all ties and get out on
U.eir own. leaving the unsuspect-
ng parent bewildered. But un-
grtunately. neither father nor
mother can be an eternal crutch.
Children develop only by stand-
ing alone. .
Fortunate is the parent who
stands well in his child's eyes.
He has built strength into his
children. He has given priceless
gifts. He has built slowly and
over the years. Parents cannot
expect a child to be other than a
conformist who glibly says that
all is well at home. For neither
father nor child dare admit, in-
wardly or outwardly, that any-
thing but love exists in the family.
Parental hate, hate of children is
widespread, more so than meets
the eye. There can be no such
admission without deep feelings
Town Workmen's Circle
To Install Officers
An installation banquet will be
held by the Workmen's Circle,
Vlodeck Branch 699, at 6:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Miami Y.
Officers to be installed are J.
H. Siegel, chairman; Charles
Weintraub, financial secretary;
Morris Jacobs, recording secre-
tary; David Gross, treasurer;
George Silver, hospitaler.
Executive board members are
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn, Mrs.
Rebecca Siegel, Mrs. Bessie Mitft,
Mrs. Morris Jacobs, I. Gillman, M.
Selzerman, H. Rose, A. Arnoff, B.
Goldhagen, H. Greenberg and M.
August.
Musical selections will be in-
cluded in the program. Reserva-
tions for the banquet are $1.50 per
person and may be made by call-
ing Mr. Siegel at 2-3774, or Mr.
j Kahn' 3-8924 or 48-1252.
Aufrufen Ceremony
Aufrufen ceremony for
it is imperative to resolve this
hate before personal conflicts are
resolved.
How would your child finish
this sentence: "MY Daddy is ."
1947 MANEUVERS SET
Miami's All-American Air
maneuvers, the aviation event of
the Americas, will be held here
Jan. 10 through 12, 1947, accord-
ing to A. O. Sandquist, general
chairman.
The scope of the maneuvers is
to be expanded for 1947 to include
aircraft, flyers and officials of
every country from Alaska to Ar-
gentina.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslne&H under thu fictitious name of
A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE at 2ZM
N. \V. Miami Court, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cult Court oi Dade County, Florida.
LOUIS C. 8CHATZ
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant,
11U-5 Cong! ess liulldmi;.
G 24-31 6/7-14-21
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
The "8TOPTOBAK CO." at 131U Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Beach, Intends to
register -aid name with the Cli-ik of
the Circuit Court of Daclu County,
Florida.
M. O. SCHWEIOER, Owner.
D/31 6/7-14-21
the father returns from a trip.
That lasts one or two minutes.
And then he goes off nonchalantly
to play. This is not indifference.
It is a bulwark, in time of need.
Can a child talk to his father,
freely, willingly and take counsel
in his words? Does the father
encourage this? Is the father fair
and consistent toward the chil-
dren'.' Do his actions (in prefer-
ence to his words) reflect a person
of whom the child is proud? My
son told me much when he placed
a newspaper clipping of me in his
dresser mirror.
There are parents who make
every last decision for the child
. when to go out, where to
play, with whom, when to return.
Outwardly these children are
satisfied to lean on Father. But
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN LUNCHEONETTE, at
1138 Washington Ave., Miami lu-ach.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk >! the Cueult Court of Dade
nit Florida.
ORLA McCUTCHEON
WILLIAM CONRAD
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicants,
927 I.iik oln Koad.
-'i :i i; 7-14
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" engage i"
business under the fictitious m...... of
MIAMI JEWELRY MANUFACTUR-
ING Co., at l-'T N. E. 1st Avenue,
Miami, Pla., Intend to register Bald
name with the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH SHAKTMAN
HHKNARL1 SHAKTMAN
0/31 6/7-11-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FERGUSON & WRIGHT, at 107 N. E.
1st Ave., Miami, Pla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade COUDty, Florida.
WALTER E. KODDA
WILLIAM H. 11LAIR
TEE JAY TURNER
WILLIAM U PALLOT.
Attorney for Petitioners.
1214 Congress BUlg.
5/31 6/7-14-21-28___________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CITY LINE GROCERY', at Miami.
Fla., intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR HF.RSHBEIN
ABE HERSHBEIN
VON ZAMFT. SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
6/31 6/7-14-21-28 ____________
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i. islness unt'er the fictitious name of
MARC ABBOTT, LTD. at 345 Miracle
Mile, Coral Gables, intend to register
aid n...... with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ..I Dad.- County, Florida.
DAVID MARCUS
WINIFRED B. MARCUS
HAIt'il.D S AIUKVTT
CEIL ABBOTT
MAX SILVER
Attoi lies ( .i Applicants
-21-31 6 7-14-21
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undereig ,-.i. desiring to engage In
i1;',",'^,.""1" "" fictitious name of
ll.\ l-l.i..- ART HAIRDRE88ING
SALo.S of NEW YORK, at 163U
I t-nnsy IvanU Avenue. Miami Beach.
!','' !"' '' aW name with the
Count,?' nodda?" C"UU f "*
CHARLES CLUCK
DIANA COOPER8MITH,
Attorney for Applicant,
j 2I-J1 6 7-14-21
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia
Ave., Coral Gables. Fla.. Intend to
register said name with the f'Wejk Of
the Circuit Court of Dado County.
^BERNARD C. GROSS
STANLEY J. BROMBERG
LEON KAPLAN.
Attorney for Applicants,
6/31 6/7-14-21-28 -
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
"'" .'"'.''v.'.'I'- "clitious name o
TRlor lrA&% SOUTHERN DIS-
TRICT AGENCY, at Room 22. 6(H)
Lincoln nad Bldg., Miami Beach. In-
t.n.ls P. register said name with the
County?'FloSd. lrwUt CUrt of Da,le
5/24-31 C 7-,,t4"-2,l,AUU *" WNK
Mrs, Weinberg Elected
Mrs. Loretta Weinberg has been
reelected president of the Miami
Beach Business Women's league.
Others chosen included Mrs. Tru-
def Feldman, corresponding sec-
retary.
LEGAL NOTICES
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KEN LEIGH ARMS AITS, 5S0 N. E.
32nd street, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE W. SCHITELER.
As Trustee under Trust Agreement
dated May 31, 1941. between
George W. Schucler and Evelvn
O. Spadaro.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys f,- Applicant.
6 14-21-IS 7 5
Louis
Fox, whose wedding to Miss
Beatrice Ginsburgh will be held
June 23, will be observed at Beth
Jacob Congregation Saturday
morning, June 22.
Mr. Fox's parents, Mr. and M,rs.
Benjamin Fox, of Brooklyn, and
Miss Ginsburgh's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Ginsburgh, are in-
viting their friends to the syna-
gogue for the occasion.
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the unrterslcneil. desiring to engage In
biisin.-ss under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING CO, at
1-n N. W. 73rd St.. .Miami. Ma.. In-
tends to register said name with the
J Jerk of the fit cult Court of 1'ade
County, Florida.
6/7-H-2I-2S 7/3
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NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
V.,-M,r,s\'."."l,'r "'' "-'tlous name of
".- i'VMh GROCERY STORE, at
4b .V \\. 3rd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. In-
tend to register s.ild name with the
't.Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida ^au*
HAItllY HOHERMAN
CHARLESFELDMAN
LEON KAPLAN, ""*
Attorney for Applicants.
."'.'17-21-31 6/7-14
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I'lllI.lP CiOLDDERG,
AL LEVY,
17-24-31 6/7-U I'artners.
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e undersigned, desiring t engage In
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MIRIAM 1'OLAN
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PAGE TEN MIAMI ZIONISTS MEET "Wind up" meeting for IhU season will be held by the Miami Zionist district at 8:30 p.m. Monday evening at the Beth David auditorium. A resume of the district's activities will be given by chairmen of the various committees. H. Sootin. president, urges all those interested in Zionism to attend the meeting. J^ihTHol^es olWorship 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 am Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantoi CONFERENCE DECLINES STATE DEPT. TALK NEW YORK (JTA)—Staling that a discussion of the longterm recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry would be "premature and harmful" and would delay the transfer of the homeless Jews of Europe to Palestine, the American Jewish conference this week declined the invitation of the Department of State to submit its views on the report of the committee. The conference sent a letter to Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson calling his attention to the fact that its views on the Palestine question were presented to the Anglo-American Inquiry committee during the letter's hearings in Washington. The letter was signed by Henry Monsky. chairman of the interim committee of the conference. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N E. 19th Street Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum Reform Special farewen service and reception in honor o Rabb. Saul B! Appelbaum Friday evening. Sabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Dr. Rabbi Max Shapiro and can o, ,,„,„„, v • member* Abraham Friedman will officiate. JacobKaplan ana^o ^^ w w*^^^* Registration for the sum.ru i months of Hebrew school began last week and classes are now in session. 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. High Holy days. Sept. 26, 1946. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative Friday evening services, 6:15 p.m. Saturday morning, 9 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach on the "Weekly Portion of the Law." The Bar Mitzvas of Robert, son of Mrs. Rose Graff, and Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shifke, (lf the Greater Miami Rabbinical association will partic ipate. BETH JACOT CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Fridav evening services, T:30 pm. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services, B 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." Religious school sessions Monday through Fi Iday,!' a.m. till noon. Registration now at the office. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamches Orthodox Babij Parade W W09 <*<^^^^^^^^^** Leonard Allen, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen Wien, 227 E. Rivo Alto dr., was born May 13 • Marlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Selsman, 527 N. W. Seventh si., May 17 Stefi Bert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sidney Adler, 200 Ocean dr.. May 19 The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Leon, 821 Michigan ave., May 11 Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merrell Burman, 2500 S. W. 16th St., May 12 The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harry Gittleman. 610 Jefferson ave., was born May 12 Robert Max, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Katz, 154 N. E. 19th St., May 6 Sheryl Fern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Nadler, 1605 Pennsylvania ave., May 9 Twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adler, 800 Collins ave., May 27 Jack -Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton son of Mr. and Mrs Max bhitKC,: shabbos, 7 p.m. Saturwill be observed. Junior congremom ^^ g a m Thc gation. 10 a.m. Mincha, 7 p.m., %  > ... „ f Mr Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Young People's league dance for young men and women, 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Boy Scout troop meting every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. SUMMER RIDING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN FROM 6 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE LIMITED ENROLLMENT — TUITION 125.00 8 WEEKS — June 17 to Aucrust 10 — 8 WEEKS FEATURING A GYMKHANA (July 13) HORSE SHOW (August 10) Northwest Riding School N. W. 271h Ave. and 87th Street Phone 7-0201 SUZANNE C. SHEARER. Owner-Director Cljoi* r ^T&kUJL ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Bar MJtzva of Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harson. will be celebrated. Rabin Grauer will address the young man. Mincha. 7:15 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the 'Portion of the Week." Religious school daily from 9 a.m. till noon. PROBUS CLUB PLANS RECREATION CENTER Completion of a new floating recreational center in Biscayne bay near the Quarterback club is anticipated by the Probus club, Alvin Cassel, treasun r, has announced. The club has received permission from the war department to anchor two barges, each 169 feet in length and 36 feet wide in a T formation in lower Biscayne Lay about one-half mile south of the Quarterdeck club, Cassel said. A dormitory, lockers, and showers will be in one barge and a huge living room, dining room, galley and recreation room will be ill the othi i. Cassel said that the barges were purchased from the government as surplus war material. They will be towed to their club site and moored. Official launching is being planned for later in the month. Organized four years ago, the Probus club is a service organization and also stresses recreation. Members meet for luncheon each Tuesday at the Downtown club. Besides Cassel. officers are Dr. Albeit E. Rosenthal, president; Harry Boyell, vice president; George Adler, s< cretary, ^ YerS,1519Pei ^r May 27 !" "*i Ronald, son ofMr Raymond Kas 8in ^J Tenth st.. was born M Lawrence Alan '*,„ ., and Mrs. E.nes,"',,^ |W. Tenth ter„ May ij Sandra and Marvin L daughter and son of J Mrs. Louis Grossman, 7s ndian ave., May 20 i Simeon son of Mr. and Istdor Katz, 413 MeriSi M i Y •v I raIean -J and Mrs. Samuel Pollack, i Bay dr.. May 25... E lbX daughter of Mr. and MrfiS uel Wolfe Shapiro, 15361 gan ave., May 15 ., Mrs. Irving Goldman's day present May 31 waio* baby girl. Marlene, bcrJ Jackson Memorial hospitaif Goldmar.s reside at 15QQs| 16th st j ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach Freedom of speech dos not mean careless talk! DRINK PLENTY OF C?Zripiire Water TRULY NOLEN. 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IGE EIGHT +Jewlsl>ntrM**' 7 I 2E5IJ2KK LODGE TO U [ UNVEILING To spearhead B'nai B'rith's July membership campaign, a committee of Sholem lodge will meet with Lou Heiman, membership drive chairman, at his home Tuesday evening. At that time, officers, trustees and drive team captains will make arrangements for a "This is B'nai B'rith" mass meeting to be held in July. Color movies depicting the functions and community services of B'nai B'rith will be shown and prominent speakers will be guests at the rally. Prizes ire to be awarded to the team enrolling the most new members. BEACH ELKS TO HOLD FLAG DAY PROGRAM The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the lute Manuel Rippa, of 1120 S. W. 19th ave will b,. hold at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. A pioneer Miamian, Mr. Rippa was one ol the founders of B.th David Congregation and the Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery association. He was one of the founders ol the first Jewish cemetery in this vicinity. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate at the unveiling. Sid H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives arc asked to he present. MORRIS JOINS STAFF OF LOCAL INSTITUTE A concert and program commemorating the 169th anniversary of Flag Day will be held at the Miami Beach Elks patio Friday evening, Dr. Maurice Klein, chairman of the Americanization committee, announces. Guest speakers will he Capt. J. B. Heffernan, chief of staff of the seventh Naval district, and Lt. Col. Tom Kelly. Dr. Klein will give a talk on the history of the flag. Also scheduled to .speak is James B. Wendler, exalter ruler of the lodge.^_ The Dade eo^Bguard of honor of the Amcman Legion will serve as color guard. The program will be concluded by the phdge to the flag and the singing of America. Dr. Klein is urging the public to display the flag on Friday, as well as other patriotic holidays. A monument to the memory of the late I.t. Edward P. Carnot will In unveiled at 1 p.m. Sunday m Mt. Nebo cemetery. Lt. Carnot, who distinguished himself in World War II, was killed in a plane crash in Mississippi while en route to Miami to visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mis. Philip Hittleman, 760 Alhambra circle, Coral Cables. Arrangements are being made by Sid H Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Frii nds and relative.are a.-ke c | to he present. Schemer In Jersey City Mike Schemer, of Miami, has been turned back to the Jersey City Reds by the parent N. Y. Giants, according to Haskell CoCLOSES FOR SUMMER hen, JTA sports editor. The farm S. J. Freedmun. 214 Fourth st., leam s buried deep in the InterMiami Beach, announces the closnational 1ague cellar and screaming of his Hebrew book and nov'<' 'or Mike's return. Tlie unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late David Lowenkopf will he held at 11 a.m. Sunday .t the Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Ci MII in Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. elty store until the beginning of August. A full line of Hebrew books, religious articles and novelties is available at Freedman's. Schemer batted .323 for the Reds last yi ar and his big bat should aid the Little Giants no end, Cohen predicts. JUNE 30 A BIG DATE FOR ARMY MEN! IF YOU have been discharged from the Army—if you held a grade and wish to retain it—if you have flependents then act now. June ^o, irj.io, is the last day on which you can enlist in the Regular Army and still take advantage of two important benefits retention of your old grade and family allowances. MUST NOW AT YOUR NEAREST U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 228 POST OFFICE BLDG. MIAMI. FLA. Family allowances for your dependents will be continued throughout your enlistment only if you enter the Regular Army before July I, 1946. If you have been discharged from the Army and wish to reenlisl at your old grade, you must enlist within 90 days after your discharge. And before July 1,1940. Think it over. Act now. A cooo IOB ron YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS HMK PROFESSION NOW: ALABAMA'S LARGEST Used Car and Truck Dealer Announces the Opening of Its Miami Branch at 1180 N. W. 36th St. To BUY SELL TRADE PHONE 9-4027 C. E. PITTS MOTOR CO. Clarence C. Morns, certified public accountant, has joined the teaching staff of the Peninsular Institute to conduct the refresher course which bergins July 1. Morris, a practicing public accountant and tax specialist, is a member of the Miami firm of Walton and Morris, certified public accountants and tax consultants. He does all the accounting and tax work for the Dade county chapter, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and is treasurer of the Miami chapter. Florida Institute of Accountants and the Sportsman's club of Dade county. He is also secretary of the Men's Bible class, Shenandoah Presbyterian church. A new class covering fundamentals of accountancy and law will begin July 2 at the institute, which is an accredited school available to qualified veterans under the GI Bill of Rights. Obituaries KRUGER Irvliiir KrUKer died Sunday nlRht of heart attach In Ml home. 330 Ocean ; iMiami Beach. He eamj here a &. w! r N.w York. SurvWUi, daughter, of Miami ,. ti„Widow, Joan, and Mrs PUl l'ollak. both Heaeh The body has been sent to New York for Ml vl.es and burial with ,i. RiveraMc Memorial chapel In rll.OH'' Surand a Released to inactive duty in the medical corps of the Naval reserve. Commander David Davidson. 1060 47th St., plans lo open offices in Miami soon. SHERMAN Mis Nornia Sherman, %  %  [. died last Sunday at her home. 16X0 James ave., taltowfni a loni Illness. She came „,.,-,. a veiir ago from Brooklyn. Vlvlna are the husband, Max. dauifiter. Carol, both of Brooklyn. The body was sent to Ncwaik. N. J., bj the Riverside Memorial chapel. HERSHKOWITZ Murray Herxhkowlts died Sunday nliiht of a heart attack In his home, IVii Pennsylvania ave., Miami Beach. An apartment house owner, he came l,.,.. 1 K ht years ago from New York Itv Surviving are three brothers and two sisters. The Riverside Memorial Chapel Is In charge of funeral arrangementa. DAVIS Funeral servlcee for Sam Davis, tins \V Flakier St.. were held last Friday in lb.Palmer Funeral chapel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiatingInterment was lii Mt Sinai cemetery. Mr. Davla came to Miami three years ago fiom Detroit and la survived by a son. \braham. with the F. S. government in Honolulu, and a daughter In Koxbiny, Mass, PEPKOWITZ Samuel Pepkowlts, W, of B6l 11th st Miami Beach, died last Sunday iii a hospital. -V real estate operator, he coinhere six years ago from Hacken%  ack, N. J Surviving are the widow. Mrs. Rose l'epkowltz; three sons, two daughters, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barnetl PepkowlU. Funeral service! were held at the Riverside Memorial .Impel With burial 111 Mt. Nebo cemetery. •SL"CK at hom... KU 7/, ;,'V.,;;;\' | M w from New fork aii "'cull leave., his Wife, Mr. nX?* a 51 |Uek: two brothers an^i'V5I llldv has I „ .'"'" "istff !Tl WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11TH ST — PHONE 3-4741 HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND INSTITUTIONAL EQUIPMENT SPECIAL 3-COMPARTMENT SINK Equipped with Gas Burner & Thermometer Complies With State Laws for Sterilization • Glassware Chinaware Silverware Steam Tablet Ranges Coffee Urns Fryers Bake Ovens Hot Plates Furniture Floor Coverings and Miscellaneous Equipment MEMBER OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR STORAGE REPAIRS REMODELING CLEANING and GLAZING AD Work Done on the Premises FREE PICKUP SERVICE MIAMI FURRIERS Miami's Largest and Most Reliable Furriers Miami: 27 S. W. First Street Phone 2-5720 Miami Beach: 1116 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6535 V has i „ ,'".' ''"M..,. 31 WveraMe Me Flat &£? 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'•3 Your Personal Problems By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D. Director. Counselling Service. Detroit. Mich Your questions on personal problems w.ll be answered^by mad as far as possible or in these columns. Send your J" tl0M a f JJ stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. W. A. Goldberg, care of The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18, Florida. MY DADDY IS BIGGER THAN YOURS Daddy. Pop, Father, The Old Man or even "Mister all say u same thing. They designate the male head of the farn.ly. hc P er ^ n in authority. Custom in each group dictates the actuall_*_oid used. The meaning of the the word itself. Pe ized as Mother's Day. child something important. Each child and adult here, s il 0tlur matters, needs symbols, shortcuts, proverbs, contractions and initials to condense words. _, The father concept varies with the age of the child. The _very ng child best expresses himself when he says: MY Daddy H om in each group dictates the actual woro^ e word used, to the child, is more important than erhaps Father's Day has become as comnurc.alay. The meaning of the word symbolizes to cacn young .. bigger than yours ." "My Daddy can fight better than yours .. "My Daddy is stronger than yours ..." The adolescent boy finds his father a comfort and a strength, a person who enjoys similar activities, a person of ability and someone important as an associate. The boy 15 or 16 talks about the Old Man. The Old Man is a source of funds for dates. The Old Man gives or withholds the family car. This Old Man is an older person, of another generation, with ideas of the past. He is a person who rides herd on him, one who suggests and insists that studies are more vital than girls. The Old Man, to this age group, doesn't know too much about the current world. The youngster may graciously admit, at 21, that his father picked up a tremendous amount of knowledge in the past five or six years. Contrary to some parents' views, this young man is not disrespectful. He is not a barggart. He is not a "smartv-pants." He is in the conflicting and disturbing period of breaking away from his family. He is torn between the wish to remain dependent and the demonstration of independence. He both fears to throw off his bonds and yet wants to show how well he can lean on himself. The Essentials Is there a father in your house? Not only the physical presence of an adult male which we find in most homes. Behind this desk I hear stories daily of what the physical absence of a father means to a child, some of them unnecessarily tragic. But is there a guiding hand in the home? As human beings, with our own difficulties, parents cannot be expected to use impartial judgment toward their children at all times. They have their own emotional satisfactions to appease. Sometimes a parent reacts at the expense of his child. But, being human, all people react that way. The child wants to know that Father is home, within reach, when needed. A child will rush madly into his father's aims when aTunhappy a'"d dissatisfied few will take drastic action, some will cut all ties and get out on U.eir own. leaving the unsuspectng parent bewildered. But ungrtunately. neither father nor mother can be an eternal crutch. Children develop only by standing alone. Fortunate is the parent who stands well in his child's eyes. He has built strength into his children. He has given priceless gifts. He has built slowly and over the years. Parents cannot expect a child to be other than a conformist who glibly says that all is well at home. For neither father nor child dare admit, inwardly or outwardly, that anything but love exists in the family. Parental hate, hate of children is widespread, more so than meets the eye. There can be no such admission without deep feelings Town Workmen's Circle To Install Officers An installation banquet will be held by the Workmen's Circle, Vlodeck Branch 699, at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the Miami Y. Officers to be installed are J. H. Siegel, chairman; Charles Weintraub, financial secretary; Morris Jacobs, recording secretary; David Gross, treasurer; George Silver, hospitaler. Executive board members are Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kahn, Mrs. Rebecca Siegel, Mrs. Bessie Mitft, Mrs. Morris Jacobs, I. Gillman, M. Selzerman, H. Rose, A. Arnoff, B. Goldhagen, H. Greenberg and M. August. Musical selections will be included in the program. Reservations for the banquet are $1.50 per person and may be made by calling Mr. Siegel at 2-3774, or Mr. j Kahn 3-8924 or 48-1252. Aufrufen Ceremony Aufrufen ceremony for it is imperative to resolve this hate before personal conflicts are resolved. How would your child finish this sentence: "MY Daddy is ." 1947 MANEUVERS SET Miami's All-American Air maneuvers, the aviation event of the Americas, will be held here Jan. 10 through 12, 1947, according to A. O. Sandquist, general chairman. The scope of the maneuvers is to be expanded for 1947 to include aircraft, flyers and officials of every country from Alaska to Argentina. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslne&H under thu fictitious name of A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE at 2ZM N. \V. Miami Court, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the •! the Cueult Court of Dade %  nit Florida. ORLA McCUTCHEON WILLIAM CONRAD HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicants, 927 I.IIK oln Koad. -'i :i i; 7-14 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I" engage i" business under the fictitious m of MIAMI JEWELRY MANUFACTURING Co., at l-'T N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami, Pla., Intend to register Bald name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SHAKTMAN HHKNARL 1 SHAKTMAN 0/31 6/7-11-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FERGUSON & WRIGHT, at 107 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami, Pla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade COUDty, Florida. WALTER E. KODDA WILLIAM H. 11LAIR TEE JAY TURNER WILLIAM U PALLOT. Attorney for Petitioners. 1214 Congress BUlg. 5/3 1 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CITY LINE GROCERY', at Miami. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR HF.RSHBEIN ABE HERSHBEIN VON ZAMFT. SIMON & KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 6/31 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in i. islness unt'er the fictitious name of MARC ABBOTT, LTD. at 345 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, intend to register %  aid n • with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..I Dad.County, Florida. DAVID MARCUS WINIFRED B. MARCUS HAIt'il.D S AIUKVTT CEIL ABBOTT MAX SILVER Attoi lies ( .i Applicants -21-31 6 7-14-21 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undereig ,-.i. desiring to engage In • i 1 ;',",'^,."" 1 "" fictitious name of %  ll.\ l-l.i..ART HAIRDRE88ING SALo.S of NEW YORK, at 163U I t-nnsy IvanU Avenue. Miami Beach. !','' !"' •'•'• %  aW name with the Count,?' nodda? !" C UU f %  CHARLES CLUCK DIANA COOPER8MITH, Attorney for Applicant, j 2I-J1 6 7-14-21 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the f'Wejk Of the Circuit Court of Dado County. ^BERNARD C. GROSS STANLEY J. BROMBERG LEON KAPLAN. Attorney for Applicants, 6/31 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In "'" .'"'.''v.'.'I'"clitious name o TRlor lrA&% SOUTHERN DISTRICT AGENCY, at Room 22. 6(H) Lincoln n„ ad Bldg., Miami Beach. Int.n.ls P. register said name with the County?'FloSd. lrwUt C Urt of Da,le 5/24-31 C 7, t 4"-2 l ,AUU *" WNK Mrs, Weinberg Elected Mrs. Loretta Weinberg has been reelected president of the Miami Beach Business Women's league. Others chosen included Mrs. Trudef Feldman, corresponding secretary. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KEN LEIGH ARMS AITS, 5S0 N. E. 32nd street, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GEORGE W. SCHITELER. As Trustee under Trust Agreement dated May 31, 1941. between George W. Schucler and Evelvn O. Spadaro. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys f,„Applicant. 6 14-21-IS 7 5 Louis Fox, whose wedding to Miss Beatrice Ginsburgh will be held June 23, will be observed at Beth Jacob Congregation Saturday morning, June 22. Mr. Fox's parents, Mr. and M,rs. Benjamin Fox, of Brooklyn, and Miss Ginsburgh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ginsburgh, are inviting their friends to the synagogue for the occasion. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later 'Satisfactory Work Experienced Men' by 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Jack Burd the Fred ish War day evening at -ft* x "Tans, mander, was guest state, s Peak(-,. PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR ud EXTERIOR LICENSED J INSURED... GUARANTEED WORK... No Job Too Larae a Eatimatei CheerfuiiT^r^l • PHONE 3-6924 .1 Keystoiu greaal NOTICE 18 HEltEIiY GIVEN that the unrterslcneil. desiring to engage In biisin.-ss under the fictitious name of AMERICAN DISTRIBUTING CO, at 1-n N. W. 73rd St.. .Miami. Ma.. Intends to register said name with the J Jerk of the fit cult Court of 1'ade County, Florida. 6/7-H-2I-2S 7/3 NAT MANN. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In V. -M r, s \'."." l, r "'•' "-'tlous name of ".i'V Mh GROCERY STORE, at 4b .V \\. 3rd Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register s.ild name with the • 't !" .Circuit Court of Dade < ounty, Florida ^au* HAItllY HOHERMAN CHARLESFELDMAN LEON KAPLAN, ""* Attorney for Applicants. ."'.'17-21-31 6/7-14 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that I'lllI.lP CiOLDDERG, AL LEVY, 17-24-31 6/7-U I'artners. NOTICE is UEREiir GIVEN that e undersigned, desiring t„ engage In rlda. MIRIAM 1'OLAN HARRY DIBTZ, !" %  *" %  NOTIl I. is HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage in !;';,!' %  '• %  :•,,v, "; i ;. ,hp fi '


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Tfn W I ffm li Uffl flQ jffl BS % %  '''' %  ^ %  yy :X i''-^^'^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^'' : PAGE SIX 9-Jels*H*rldteri FRID AY, IU NE Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930. at the POM Office of Miami, Fla., under the Ait of March. 3, li Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Kates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, 52.00, 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHKT, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN, News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 24 Miami 18. Florida. Friday, June 14, 1946 SI VAN" 15. 570(i ZIONIST DISPUTE CHANGES ELECTION .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) sponsible. Elections were se for 16th upon agreement all parJ.cs. Refusal" Poale Z.on Mizrachi participate. ZOA wishing unily agreed today to 30th. Counting you utilize additional time concentrate elections ZOA slate. Communication follows. Publicize postponed date as press release in your Anglo-Jewish cr.d general newspapers.' I rts will I e held in Miami Miami Beach June 30. In communities, the polling will extend through July 1. •, ra ] i Goodman, Miami Beach n sidi nl and a tn asurei of i nal ZOA, is a candidate on the ZOA slate. At press time, the Jewish Floridian was unable to obtain a b illot. However, as soon as one is received, the Florldian will pi in1 it. A telegram received by local voiced TRUMAN REQUESTS CABINET STUDY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) STOP QUIBBLING Sincere Zionists of all branches are becoming more and more dismayed. Partisan projectives are more pronounced with the approaching election of delegates to the World Zionist Congress. The election was originally scheduled to start Sunday, but communities throughout the country were informed by a series of wires that the election has been postponed until June 30. These telegrams, vague in content, were first received by the Poale Zionists and Mizrachi groups instructing the withdrawal of representation from local Shekel boards. This actMizrachi Jjjj****,^ urally created confusion in local circles, already disturbed and shcke] board's postponement and hampered by incomplete infoimation regarding the holding of urged i to mobilize votes the election. A frenzied series of telegrams and phone calls to New York headquarters first advised the local committee to proceed with the election despite non-participation by these two groups, and on Thursday another wire subsiituted previous orders stating that for benefit of unity, ZOA had agreed to the change in the date> This was followed by an OK for participation of the two p as hion Mart with their son, disuniting bodies. Basis for non-participation was placed on the ', Stanlev. They are now contechjicality allowing thirty days interval between the end of ( templating an extended trip to the flnle of the Shekel-voting privilege and the date of voting. Philadelphia, New York Wash. .. iington and Maine with their All the preliminary maneuvering gives way to belief that \(^ iee children there is much dissension among our Zionist groups. Previous : Staff Sergt. Adolph Patterson bidding about slates, ratio and caucus rule further evidences is getting acquainted with his this #atement. young son, Sheldon, who was Zionists and sympathetic individuals in cities everywhere are born whi,e ,h u e ^S^"' waS ,. ,, ... ,. .. 'overseas in the Pacific area, disheartened by this display of tactics that past experience has Wim the fifth division of the proven leads only to failure for all concerned. 'Marine corps for three and oneNot in the know ol what is transpiring in the inner circles, half years, Sergt. Patterson saw we find it difficult to point a finger. Suffice to say there is much ,'duty in Sasabo and Yokohama, to be lost by this dissension. Enthusiasm of communities will; Now ,nat nes discharged, he committee will be able to undertake its urgent tasks at the earliest possible moment," the staten .nt concluded. The appointment of Henry Grady, former Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, as deputy chairman of the Cabinet committee will be announced |shi itly by the State department which will also supplement the President's statement with more d.tailcd information regarding |the duties of the committee. The President's statement came I in reply to a question as to why there has been so much delay in carrying out the recommendation of the committee. He pointed out that he had recommended the admission of the 100,000, several months ago. Jewish Immigration Called Inadvisable PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnie Sterling have returned from Tampa where they attended the Florida wane— and quickly. Leadership as brilliant and progressive as is at the head of the Zionist movement today surely can and must put an end to a fester that threatens the future of the entire Zionist movement. AEPhi Alumnae Hold Guest Luncheon Special Citizen Rights Given To Veterans eir June meeting, Al] hi Aliens who served with the U. Miami Tuesday night following Phi alumna. a £; ar med '""during World! his discharge from the Armv at For th Epsilun "guest luncheon" last Wi li at the Only Inn. Out of town gu( sts ini I Mrs. J. B. Ullman sville, Kv„ who was the must of MVB. is in business here and is residing with his family at 1431 S. W. Fourth st. Mrs. Abe Goldman is recuperating at home after an operation Mrs. Rose Gordon of Chicago is visiting with her brother and sister-in-law, the Louis Gordons. 2027 S. W. Sixth St., for an indefinite stay A. Finley Einder arrived in iven special citizenrivileges in a recent law 1 ress. Known as Public Law 270, the the expendiDavid D. Pollack; naturahzati. n ol aliens who Adele Stone and Sara li S( N '"'v M wartz, recently returned fron .' t Guard prior to Duke university, who were 28, : 145. It ge from the Army at Ft. Meade, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Binder end their son. J. Louis, aro stopping at the Raleigh hotel. LibLy Fisher, SGI W. 48th St., returned to Miami this week following a two weeks' trip to %  %  mpts such New York and Cleveland SIM. rihlo Mn WT., 1 ff • and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, the guest of Mrs. Julian Ni I i filing petitions alization to obtain th tion are Mrs. Sidney Lewiv servicemen and veterans Alvin Casscl and Miss Beatrici "" ",, l a| ''' l v "-'>' do so Jaffee. wltn the Miami section, .National Others present were Mi fi^f Jewisn Women Conmence Levy, Miss Ester Libi Irving Kelemcr. son of the u,ej !" ^ c l !d M.s. B. Kelemer. flew New members of the assoi :il \."' thl8 law Dec. 31, to De tr011 <>s week to visit his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lipjjit* • %  %  Mrs. Becky Lc-vine. 927 anave., leaves today for Charlo,te, N C. where she^Ul I ">o golden anniversary RC if a ,o r o f £• a nd Mrs p au Later, she will raveI to j! W > k ,0 a "end the unveil: nq of a monument to the mem loryd the late Alfred lj££ hrst president of the Miwish Home for the Aged. 1 UWe, nG Wi ,hen 9 o the "^county mountain, where mo 3 ,,,,?" 5 ,0 ta three Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin won Labor party approval Wednesday for a foreign policy which included statements that Britain regards the immediate immigration of 100.000 Jews in Palestine, as recommended by the British-American committee report as inadvisable, but favors an ultimate Palestine state to give Jews a voice in world affairs. Bevin said Britain would have to put another division of British troops in Palestine if 100.000 Jews were permitted immediate immigration, adding that "I am not prepared to do it." "Regarding the agitation in the United States, and particularly in New York, for 100,000 Jews to be put into Palestine, 1 hope it will not be misunderstood in America if I say with the purest of motives, that that was because they do not want too many of them in New York." Bevin declared. Earlier an authoritative source; said that the United States has i ffered to transport the 100,000 Jews to Pnhstine from displaced tamps in Germany, and to aid in their resettlement, provided Great Britain admits the Jews. I government is prepared also to offer technical and financial assistance in the rehabilitation of the displaced Jews, but Ices m t consider this the major problem. No announcement on the matter is expected until after June 20, the date set by the State department for ree< ipt of comment from J ws and Arabs on the report of the Anglo-American committee. It is known that in addition to replies already received from interested Jewish organizations, the department has received some Arab answers, despite previous Arab statements refusing cooperation in the consultations. POLIO WON^Tr^H Y CAMP OPENlW Q E 1) to the conclusion that H render better service to J,* dren of the community I vid.ngasuperv.sedpr^j Marash. executive ZT %  ported. rect w, As a precaution, a .... nurse will be on the S& a "d In daily attendance amme and observ, the chSd' The camp staff, Und ^ rection of Randy'p" ^ lists of college graduate?/ who have had at leasts ol college training. A U h av T previous camping ei SL Marash said. b Xpenei Registration for the cam. still being taken. ^ : The Miami Y is also continaj registration for fa cam J will open Monday, JIMMJI 7 consulting with county and, medical and recreation author t.es, the Y board officially fi to go ahead with the camp 1 rice Grossman, executive' tor, said. Mclici auth !" agree that children are better, following a upervised and i trolled activities program, said. The '" I ok the posna that it would be impossible ta prohibit children from usir.g tU Ys tocilil ther ur notti camp was open. On the ad !" Of polio ami. Y:s !" tailing the strenuous physicalaj tivities usually included in I summer program and will a phasize quiet activities such crafts and i All Miami V campers wffll ceive medu al i Uonsttj Y at 10 p.m Thursday, June! Dr. Harold R; nd is the can physician. STATE JWV ENDORSES JEWISH STATEHOOD (CONTINUED PROM PAGE') AGED CARE "CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) man, Miss Mindcl Warfield, Mrs Hnlltr,^ZXts7 ~ !" Harold stone and Mrs. j, l|ywood Women Plan Spirer. r ather s Day Event The guest luncheon will 1, repeated in July with the addiA covered dish supper will be tion of a book review on the p.o••' %  <> by the Women's Auxiliary stain sr*m. ; > the Hollywood Jewish Center 1 !" at the Beach pavillion on Fathers E DEFICIT REPORTED June 10. Members friends have been invited A Sheyuos party was given by A deficit of approximately $1,""-' auxiliary at the home of Mrs 000 for the current year has been t, wSj*"? U16 Harrison st., reported by the Greater Miami Mr^oft^ed th Jewish Cultural committee which.of the holiday and Mr udlb? sponsored six events thi, season. A M DoI "f of Miami Beach led The committee is to meet some the J omm untty singing. Refreshtime this week to prepare a sehedHouses El, ule of guest artists for next year. ^Ttt^^TA^T'' Mrs. Sam Schachno was named iCiold.n, Mrs. Joseph H*,-,rh' u' S chairman of a subcommittee on 'Lester Kravitz, Mrs iSxr rules at a meeting Monday. j and Mrs. H. Jecelyn Jacksonvile plans to make its home a regional institution and to that end will hold a fundraising campaign throughout Florida. Although the conference pro! ^*QpA*withoutcrippU gram is concerned with aged care,' nta anc i urged BieL ssion will be held Saturday £l£tan against black mar!" which tia JWV described I Ku Klux Klan us a "subversnj organizatii n a hich attempts reap the o f social chi by hurling Protestant ag Catholic, Christian against and all thn < against the N'ep and brazenly spreads the pen ious doctrine of racial, religMW and social discrimination...! preaches intolerance, bigotry a hatred ." AI-< col %  "nod were oil subvei icket organii tions which organizeveteritfj visions t %  % %  RUB "for' dissemination 11 i:.ir divisive a hate propagai da" and make'tl newest ai I mother fonni their subversive operations.' well as a racket.'' In other resolutions, the c'i gates urged the establishment unified veterans advisory cenW and of veteran housing adv*" committees in Florida con ties; recommended s U. *> %  conservati n program to aid < needy overseas; endorsed wt tablishment oi a worla ment, "sovereign over a r and nations solely on an which substantially afiw world peace"; '''""meniW" 1 dentTrurnan-seffortttjcjJI iiembers night to discuss the Atlanta Jewish children': gram and fi being reviewed by the regional CJFWF. campaign activities. Jewish Supermarket Schedules Opening S~Wen Wth ave ^ Ad '" at 1007 s w I home, whose pro-. „ tJ m ide at t' eC "l inancial structure is 1 i*^S2*dDrMau* vent.on in<.ludia u %  Klein, chief of sn._ ^ The Miami Federation voted not £ r %  '"/' n Tfl eks>ville, to include the children's home in | G recn '*" "i Wett *"*" its allocations this year on the jj£c; Dr. %  ; cial repre^l &f K„ :--•;•..;„_ k udvc .',,, state Str*' 1 grounds that the institution has sufficient funds. poultry and delicatessen, as well as groceries, fresh and frozen fice. Burnett Roth was man a nami' nett "'""""Vnssman. 91 a nd Maurice Gros. ] fruits and vegetables, bakery proi chairman of the ducts, appetizers, beer and wine constitution a and dairy products. The entire market will be closed on Saturdays and religious holidays. -ommit lee s ted I A plaque was Pf" Galbut fo. his '^standing in the JWV. George Smathei* no* "'oays. George s "' ll i ^aker Telephone orders will be acCongress, u 1^ at5 n CiW cepted and daily free deliveries | urged that Democra I will be made. i do more for veterans.



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14, 1946 *J&*tet Fk>rMtof) PAGE NINE >T JV \ RED WITH RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN and David Freedtheir teachei, are members of the Center's Hebrew school [Lotion class. They are (front row, left to right) Richard (on lay Li""' Gerry Lou Rose, Joan Osheroff, Sam Berf ^ row ) Edward Sachar, Evalyn Segal, Rabbi LehrBeulah Lauer, Mr. Freedman. t%J -.:K *A WW'U 11946 CONFIRMATION CLASS of the Miami Beach Jewenter poses for its picture. Members of the class are row, left to right) Robert Rosenthal, Phyllis Goldstein, flotle Satra, Sue Goodman, Rosalie Owens, Sam Berman; ; row) Carole Giller, EvalyrT Segal, Dolores Peckerman, iRe'oa Rodman, teacher; Rhita Seligman, Mavis Meyers ludv Levin. 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Rabbi Irving Lenrman officiated at the exercises, which formed part of the service. Thi Sunday school confirmation cla taught by Mrs. Reba Rod: l included the following graduates: Sam Berman, Carole Ciller, Phyllis Goldstein, Sue Goodman, Fridell Kirshner, Judy Lelyin, Mavis Meyers, Rosalie Owens, Peckerman, Robert Rosemhal, Charlotte Safra, Evalyn Segal and Rhita Seligman. First prize for scholarship was awarded to Evalyn Segal, with second prize going to Carole Ciller and honorable mention to Rhita Si ligman. The confirmands participated in an elaborate program directed by Mn Irving Lenrman, including a pageant i ntitled "On the Hill of Zion." Certificates of confirmation were presented by Harry Sirkin, chairman of the Hebrew Bchool, and Bibles were presented by Herman M. Berk, chairman of the Sunday school. A reception in the patio followed the service. The Hebrew school graduation, the fust t<, take place on Miami Bi ach, was held on the second morning of Shevuos. David Freedman was the teacher of this class, whose members were Sam Berman, Burton Faintr, Richard Jablon, Beulah Lauer, Jay Linn, Joan Osheroff, Gerry Lou Rose, Edward Sachar and Evalyn Segal. The Samuel Fnedland prize for outstanding scholarship was presented to the ranking member of the class. Jay Linn, by Herman M. Berk, and the Samuel E. Bernstein prize for the best essay on the topic 'What I Think Constitutes a Good Jew" was awarded to Evalyn SegaL Rabbi Lenrman delivered a charge to the graduates and diplomas were presented by Harry Sirkin. Cantor Emanuel Balkan and the Center choir officiated at all services. The Center will hold Hebrew school classes on weekday mornings during the summer. Sunday school will be resumed after the High Holidays. •TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfMU^ Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONLt. Elton P. Rosenblatt has been assigned to the medical detachment, 341st regiment, 86th infantry division, according to Army public relations. Formerly a Miami dentist, Lt. Rosenblatt entered the service in June, 1943. He is a graduate of the University of Miami. His wife, Louise, lives at 950 Jefferson ave. FLASH FROM PALESTINE All the rumors about Dr. Weizman's resignation from the president of the World Zionist Organization are premature. The Chief, as his intimates call him, is in good physical shape and rather optimistic about the final political results. So, it would seem that the reports about a Triumvirate (namely. Silver, BenGurian, Brodetsky) taking over are not realistic iust now. FROM THE INSIDE A new poll on the present status of anti-Semitism is in the making. It may never be published. Advance reports indicate that a very steep upward trend in racial discrimination is being noted. In the same connection it is also being revealed that the antiCatholic policies of the Ku Klux Klan are being quietly dropped. The KKK is concentrating its tire on Jews and Negroes. This assertion is not hearsay. We know it to be true. MISCELLANY Richard Harrity, formerly of Yank Magazine, has just finished a play about anti-Semitism. Dick is a Roman Catholic who can't stand discrimination. The National Convention of the American Jewish Congress, just concluded in New York showed great strength. It was attended by quite a few members of B'nai B'rith interested in militant work against fascism. The Jewish People's Fraternal Order has prepared a film on anti-Semitism, called "Of These Our People" P r o d emocratic organizations should be interested in this film. The Institute For American Democracy is also announcing a film "One Nation Indivisible," a "post-war motion picture for unity and democracy." The National Jewish Welfare board deserves the gratitude and cooperation of all in carrying out its plan to establish a "shrine" as a monument to the putriotic eorvioc ot American Jews in all the wars of the United States. It pays off to fight fascism. Eugene Flitcraft, who operates the Gentile Co-operative association and has published "The Protocols" serially in his paper, received only 11,059 votes for County Commissioner against 47,833 for the victor. BETWEEN THE BOOK ENDS. A Jewish "Book of Knowledge," a popular encyclopedia for children, will be published by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The Jewish Chautuaqua society is sending out 100 books every week to 250 colleges in every corner of America. Good work for democracy. 'Biting On Granite" is the title of Louis I. Newman's selected sermons and addresses, just published by Bloch Publishing company. .. Pierre van Paassen's "Earth Could Be Fair," out less than a month, is already eighth on the national best seller list. Yes, it's true, Dr. Weizmann's autobiography will be in print this coming Spring. WEEKLY AWARD. This week's award goes to the mayor of Detroit. We are told that he has developed a simple, constructive method in inter-racial reations. .The police commissioner compiles each week the report regularly reaching him from public and private observers listing all incidents involving racial conflicts. By week to week comparison the commissioner can tell which areas of the city are becoming troublesome and can chart the rise in tension. When the areas of danger are identified, prophylactic measures are applied. One of the most effective is the training of public officials to meet the threat of conflict. The bias of public officials, particularly police officers, has often been the basic cause of rioting. The police commissioner takes immediate disciplinary action against any officer found to act unfairly. Mr. Mayor, you are setting a sterling example of the law protecting democracy. Bravo! Milton Weiss was named vice president of the University of Miami Alumni association at a reecnl meenng. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13M N. 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PAGE TWO ?*Mx>neMy fyuating Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levine were given a surprise housewarming party Tuesday evening at their new home, 340 N. E. 34th St., by their children. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Levine and Mr. and Mrs. Al Shapiro. Also attending were their three grandchildren. The senior Levines are planning a trip to New York, where they will spend the next few months Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirsch entertained at a surprise dinner party Sunday night at their home, 645 Lenox ave., for Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff in honor of the rabbi's birthday. Mrs. Moses Krieger gave a special toast to the guest of honor and Miss Malvina Weiss gave a toast to the hosts. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Mescheloff, parents of the rabbi, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis D. Feder, Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss, Mrs. Rose Hayes and Zelig Hirsch Miss Lila Cohen and Mrs. Milton Greenberg were hostesses at a shower Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Rosalind Friedman, bride-elect of Perry Botwinick. Miss Friedman, daughter of the William Friedmans, will be married July 7 ... Her brother. Milton A. Friedman, has returned to Miami this week after attending the B'nai j B'rith convention in Baltimore i and visiting in New York and Columbia, S. C where his wife and children are vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gordon celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon by entertaining 160 guests at a cocktail party in the Shelborne hotel Celebrating their second anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Benjamin flew to Cuba i last weekend. Mis. Benjamin is the former Judith Kaminsky. THE COLLEGIATE SCENE Miss Ester Argintar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arqintar. 1542 N W. Second st., has completed her junior yecr at Florida State College for Women and is spending the summer with her parents. She is president of the Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority at Tallahassee Visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Kobley, 2135 N. Bay rd., is Donald Kobley, student at Emory Medical school in Atlanta Mrs. Muriel Suss man Moglen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. b. Sussman, 1212 Pennsylvania ave., received the master of arts degree in psychology from the 'George Washington university 'at the May commencement exercises held in the nations 'capital ,.„„ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Willner I will attend the graduation of their son, Ensign Arthur Lee i Willner, from the University of South Carolina at Columba next Wednesday. Arthur, who I majored in engineering, will 1 become a lieutenant in the Marines and will report to Parris Island, S. C, on June 25 for six months. He will probably be stationed in the Hawaiian islands afterwards Miss Mindel Warfield, 1720 Everglades concourse, will leave shortly for Del Mar, Calif.. where she will attend the national convention of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority which beqins July 8. Miss Warfield is president of the University of Miami chapter of the sorority. Other delegates from Miami include Miss Hope Tanenbaum and i Miss Lorraine Gartner. Miss i Gartner is the delegate of the | local alumnae association and will carry the official invitation :hat the convention be held in Miami Beach next year Home for the summer is David Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jacobs. A student at New York universty, he will enter his junior year there next fall. He has also been doing preparatory work for the Jewish Theological seminary. VACATIONERS Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild, their daughter, Shirley, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cohen and family left by car Monday on a trip to New York Seymour Simon, Coral Gables, is flying to New York today to visit his parents. He wll also visit in Philadelphia (CONTINUED ON PACE 3) BEACH COUPLE TELL ENGAGEMENT NEWS Betrothal of Miss Gene Bushell ,,„„,,,, Eanett has been announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs Charles Bushell, 3718 Prairie ave M.. Eanetl is the sun I,,-',,,,. Max Eanetts, 117 Euclid Miss Bushell was graduated f rom Miami Beach Hit!" school FRIDAY MARTIN ROTHSCHILDS EXCHANGE VOWS and attended tne University of Alabama. She is vice president and a charter member of the ter Miami chapter, Junior Hadassah. Her fiance also attended Miami Beach High and recently received his law degree from the University oi Floi ida. H.' is a member of Florida Bine Key and Pi Lambda Phi and was chosen for the university's hall of fame anil Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Wedding plans will be anced later. % iirdincs For good hints from HOUSEWARES SAMPSON CARD TABLES. sturdy with double-braced steel legs. Stain proof, washable tops $3.50 TAVERN DRY CLEANER, cleans clothes safely and easily, leaves no odor or tell-tale rings. Two gallons $1.29 • FOLEY FOOD MILL meshes, rices, strains. Easy to use, wonderfully efficient for many purposes $ 1.25 LOFSTRAND INSECTICIDE, contains 5 per cent D.D.T. Use with hand sprayer to kill insects around the house. Qt. 89c MIAMI HTORE, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, FIFTH FLOOR MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1238 Washington Avt. Miami B*j*h TH'oa. M. BURN*, tn, Funrt Olrtctor ABE EIBENBERO, Tr#* W fr IH Hew York: 78th St. and Arottdra Ave. WANTED Woman As Housekeeper To take care of elderly qentleman. References required. 48-5314 Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Rothschild are motoring through the state on their honeymoon, followfog then wedding which was held Sunday a!U inoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rothschild, 1601 S.W. 14th st. Rabbi Murray Grauer officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the former Miss Gloria Mandell, daughter of the Gustave Mandells, 3035 N.W. 28th st. Her brother, Lester Mandell, was best man and Mr. Rothschild's sister, Miss Shirley Rothschild, served as maid of honor. The newlyweds were honored at a dinner Sunday evening at the San Juan restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Rothschild both attended schools in New York. Mr. Rothschild is an Army veteran, having served overseas in the Pacific, and is now engaged in business here. The couple will reside with his parents temporarily. Among the out-of-town guests at tin wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Harod Lutrln of New York. DAVID R. BAIN REALTOR 7232 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-1140 Jeld jjs*a ki Beach ft I versity this f ; ,i| Cof No definite date hi for the wedding GENERAL pi Fr Eti mi '" I-D-GilbreothpJ Young Lady Seeking „ Homo of Fine Jewish h Preferably Near 0*1 Miss Goldberg. M,^ 58-2555 HAVE ROOM FOR 11 CULTURED AND RB MIDDLE AGED GQ MEN IN MY KOSHERf —WITH BOARD. MRS. SCHORI 621 S. W. 13th Ave. PLAZA THEATRE S. End Wash. | Miami Ben BIG DOUBLE-UNIT PROGRAM AT REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18-19 Only DR. EUGENE WEISS PODIATRIST C HIROPODIST Havinq returned from overseas military duly, announces lhe reopeninq of his offices. 420 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach, Fla. 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14, 1946 fJenisti fkrirfi m PAGE THREB ^burgh To Wed Mr Fox [Veuorurfty iftfudkina rraditional Orthodox Rites ^ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) ,( flowers in the patio of the Tides hotel. a canopy 01 Louis Fox wi ii exchange their .mann and their two daughters ^ration, are planning a twolice Ginsburgn ^ 23 : have been traveling north, stopmonth automoble trip that will at 2 -JLLm.~v will be performed by p in 9 at ^ vet Springs and Natcover about 15.000 miles. They Rackovsky, Rabbi ural Brid( 3' 3 along the way. They (will visit in New York and Caliwill visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. |fornia ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry leatrice Sunday, June 23. v oWSa !,r orthodox ceremony will > d fSeUdofi. Rabbi Joseph E. Mose „„d Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Grauer an f ; e daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gins(bride-elect • Miami Beach. Her fiance is the son P'^Mrl Benjamin Fox of Brooklyn. N. Y.. who will attend iding. Trip to Niagara Falls Follows Beach Rites 3t '*.. %  [Gin "kt (1 hcr t o I, maid of i iii-law, st man. .1 Beach ;.; Gil urgh malt art at the University of I member i • %  I -n. She men bei ol the Rose ,B'nai B'rith Youn 8 WomIF x Stu i mtinfi at Honeymooning in New York and Niagara Falls are Mr. and I Mrs. Morris Mandell, who were jmarried Sunday evening in the jPan American room of the BlackIstone hotel, Miami Beach, by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Mandell is the former Jean Wernicoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Wernicoff, 1143 Pennsylvania ave. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Mandell of Springfield, Mass., where the couple will reside. The bride was attended by Mis. Doran Zinner as matron of honor and Arlene Rose and Gilda Godley, bridesmaids. Dr. Zinner was best man and Dr. Julian Rickles and Murray Kripple were ushers. Also in the wedding procession were Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cutler. A reception followed the ceremony. Mrs. Mandell is a graduate of Ada Merritt and Miami High schools and has lived here for the past 10 years. Mr. Mandell attended schools in Springfield and was just released from the Army air forces. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding were Jack Safer, Jacksonville; Mrs. Lena Safer, Clara Safer and Mrs. Ben Silberman, West Palm Beach; Henry Silber| will leave for New York Monday with Mrs. Gordon's son, | Jimmy, and her mother, Mrs. Fay E. Oliver, bookkeeper for } Louis Hartz ... Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Ber-1 the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-1 Ezra Raphael and their two daughters left Sunday for a vacation in New York Lt. (jg) Lawrence Feinberg is spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Einhorn in Washington for sev-Spero lef I Sunday for New York Feinberg, 1945 N. W. First ter., eral days and then spend the and Derby, Conn., where they I before resuming his education rest of the summer with Mrs. I will vacation with their chil-'at Southern college, Memphis. Bermann's parents n Laurelton, dren. They expect to return IA resident of Miami since the Long Island | before the High Holy days age of six, he was discharged Mrs. Frank Thompson left toKolman Luria and his dough-'horn the Navy last week after day for Brooklyn. N. Y., where t er Lena, will spend ten weeks serving as an anti-aircraft gunshe will visit her parents, Mr. ; n Connecticut and New York' ner Y officer aboard the cruiser and Mrs. B. H. Lesser Mrs. visiting relatives Mrs. Nat Astoria in the Pacific. Before Leon Schulman is in New York Williams' vacation destination entering the service in 1943. he with her son and daughter i s Schroon Lake. N. Y. Mr. attended the University of FlorJack Apte and his son, Stuart, anc ] jvi rs Max Wolfman and aa ana Miami High school, are leaving this week for the their son, of 1565 Drexel ave., His sister, Judith, is home from Carolinas. Mrs. Apte will join are spending a month in HenFlorida State College for Womthem later in New York. The derso'nville Mr. and Mrs. J. • en or lne summer Apte's elder son, Marvin, has Malakoff, 444 S. W. 24th st., will entered the University of Miami. vacation for four months in Libfollowing his discharge from erty, N. Y. Their son, Lt. J. J. the Navy Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and their children, David and Roslyn, will leave Monday to spend the summer in New York state. man, Washington, D. C; Mrs. ivi llegi Ni '. York and Sidney Zinner, Canton, Ohio. %  j'con.p 1 oneMalon, will accompany them to New York ... A three-month vacation trip is on the calendar for the Harry Comblums Mrs. Morris Plant is spending : They will be preceded by Rabbi the summer with her children Lehrman's mother, who plans in New York. She's stopping at | to leave Sunday ... Mr. and the Barbizon Plaza hotel I Mrs. Samuel L. Miller will vaMr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper are cation in Boston until the fall, spending a week in New York, i Mrs. Sadye G Rose and Mrs. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon \ ^poiixpjo *>S xpv inn Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estats Service 80S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 ars in tl e Armj a sergned in Miami more th;in a year, he | iin' '.ii.t. He lent 10 ::. overseas, i in Cas. Jving tl ny, a rei will be held in the Rainom of I Alter a fcoon in New York state, Jiple will reside in Miami M-town guests expected to Ifor the wedding include p's brother-in-law and sisF-and Mrs. Thi dore Wolf, elect's Per, I)..'.. I Kiner, Atlan1 J. Miss Anita Mandler was named sergeant at arms and Miss Connie Gordesky, honor point chairman, of the DBG chapter. B'nai B'rith girls at the recent election. Fl B. amingo oar BELIEVE IT OR NOT 1614 Alton Road PREMIUM BEER BY THE CASE $4.50 PLUS DEPOSIT 58-9319 CUSTOM MADE ENETIAN BLINDS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! Very shortly we will be able to offer an unlimited quantity of materials for New Venetian Blinds. AND we will also be able to offer a prompt service. However, we suggest that you place your order NOW! RECONDITIONED VENETIAN BLINDS COMPLETE WITH NEW CORNICES 545 N.W.221? ST. Jst. 191. PHONE 3-5072, ADLER'S Strictly Kosher Super Market SERVING GREATER MIAMI ANNOUNCES THE OPENING Tuesday, June 18th Under the Strict Supervision GREATER MIAMI VAAD HAKASHRUS RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus is a Participating Agency of the GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION Carrying a Full Line of Kosher Meats Poultry Delicatessen We Will Also Carry a Complete Line of HIGH GRADE GROCERIES Fresh and Frozen Fruits and Vegetables DAIRY and BAKERY PRODUCTS Appetizers Beer and Wine TELEPHONE ORDERS CHEERFULLY ACCEPTED Free Delivery Daily COURTEOUS TREATMENT We Aim to Please You—Give Us a Trial and Be Convinced DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS ADLER'S MARKET Mi ami 1007 S. 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Outline Responsibi BY JEANETTE LEE TUPLER se it regards the lew as a "people." aims to ,nism, f ec „ (in lOUS ]y enrich the qualities which constitute "< an d 'vilSon of the Jewish people. The Basle plat' • C 1 Zionism which remains until this day the basis 0 I political d "Zionism aims to create for the Jewish +Je*MncrMtor} PAGE ELEVEN liti m d hhZ recognized and legally assured home in P A established Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine to the problems that arise from Jewish homelessI u SW | eI to the need for a spiritual and cultural center for and v of lifeA rebuilt P alestine wil1 not onl Y serv e oWish Way n.,l„cin ... .. ionism a ine. i answer in Palestine, ttt*Z&S£ ^-Uenuatedforrns 1 in all countries in IS "ve! Thus .t is a £ that the Jewish people Civilization will survive .rican Jewish youth has the „ us respons.b.lity of uni1,0 dichotomy of building re in Palestine as well as terica. The times call for a Led and trained youth in Imeland, and the youth call tort from their comrades Cerica. The important labor L Histadruth. the Halutz Lnt. the youth clubs, and Leer traininK Rroups of 5 countries have erected an liable foundation. They i Congress Names onhoff, Mrs. Glasser L Louis Glasser, president of %  Beach Women's division, lean Jewish Congress, and r Simonhoff were elected to Administrative hoard of the fican Jewish Congress at its ^ convention in New York. (Glasser was also named to (ational board of the WornJivision. fjune 3, Mrs. Glasser helped lize a new Women's division land county, New York, at Hield in the home of Mrs. j Siegel, who was a visitor Past winter. CORRECTION I news story last week, Mrs. r Levine was listed as audihave given new dignity, new pride to Jews everywhere—they have revived the creative forces in Jewish life. Before the war the great majority of the immigrants to Palestine were organized long before their departure into groups which prepared for their life in Eretz Israel by work on training farms or in shops in Galuth. They were prepared .. they had training for the rigorous work ahead of them. But now great masses of uprooted Jews, irrespective of previous training are clamoring at the gates of Palestine. They represent the strongest surviving elements of European Jewry, which is indicative of eventual adaptation. However, they have not had the special training to prepare them for the unique living conditions of Palestine. The responsibilities of American youth are apparent. Aside from monetary contributions, active membership in Zionist organizations, understanding and believing in Zionism, we must prepare for leadership in a new world. The need for dispersal of knowledge and education is essential, and it remains the duty of the leaders to teach ... to inspire ... to foster the unification of Zionist ideas and ideals. To work in America for and with youth ... to inculcate the doctrine of Zionism as well as prepare for leadership in Eretz Israel is of fundamental and basic importance. The will for Zionism augmented by the integration of practicable training for leadership in both America and Palestine is the formula. Establishing i the Jewish Home for the 1U ic % %  mm .v........... <> .Mrs. Levine is auditor of'Jewry as a world-recognized naliami Women's auxiliary ofltion will be the all-enveloping institution. consequence. es of v,^,.,., |a wWWW %  American Jewish Youth to Palestine ACCOUNTANCY |NEW EVENING CLASSES NOW BEING ORGANIZED FRESHER C. P. A. PROBLEMS COURSE JULY 1 (INDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING AND LAW JULY 2 PACE ACCOUNTANCY COURSES ENINSULAR INSTITUTE East Flagler Street Telephone 3-1570 SPECIAL SERVICE TIRES &LY ONTHI^ QUALITY BUILT INTO SEIBERLIHG TIRES lSRRfttQH> ajl!B tj iMo SIIBIRLIM4 tt I i'ou Can Dfpt-nil On Our Expert RECAPPING • t give you thousands •I miles of SAFE Driving. I Prompt service. Every Job I Waranteed. DIXIE TIRE C fZ, MIAMI MIAMI BFACH V. First Street g JMiami Aw. fcg. *• W. nth AW. 45 Fifth Strew Phone S-5309 1840 Alton Row Phone $*m The two essays printed her* were the prise-winners in the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission's Brandeis camp contest. Charles M. Freefield. 24. of the St. George hotel, and Jeanette Lee Tupler. 1035 14th St.. will each receive a month's scholarship to the Zionist leadership institute in Winterdale, Pa., for their essays on "What Is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to Palestine?" f i -H I i n n > ,_ FPL Rate Cut Benefits Industry. Home Owners Slash in electric rates to the extent of two and a half million dollars annually will become effective with meter readings taken on and after June 1, according to Dave Bosworth, district manager of Florida Power it Light company. Principal beneficiaries among the 177,000 Florida Power it Light company residential customers will be those whose monthly bills have been $5 or less. Bosworth said that nearly 75 per cent of the company's residential customers are in this group. He pointed out that even the same minimum bill allows 17 per cent more electric current to be consumed. The savings will range from 13 per cent for small home users to as much as 20 per cent for small commercial customers, such as neighborhood stores, shops and garages. The savings to industrial and water pumping customers will be more than $300,000 annually and will benefit 540 such customers. Pointing to the fact that this is the fifth major rate reduction in Florida Power it Light company's history since 1925, Bosworth said the average electric rate of residential customers will now be only about 50 per cent of the average in 1934. Bosworth termed the reason for the reduction a combination of forces. First, Florida's intensive new agricultural and industrial development; second, the increase in business volume for the utilities company, and third, expected saving from the more efficient generating plants now under construction. He referred to the Florida Power it Light company's $24,000,000 expansion program already launched, which calls for four new large generating units with combined capacity of moje than 120,000 kilowatts. This, he said, will be greater than the maximum electric current demand on the entire system six years ago. The power company manager also emphasized the fact that these factors made the rate reductions possible despite sharply increased fuel prices and the higher wages granted to employees to meet increased living costs. By CHARLES M. FREEFIELD American Jewish youth have more than a "responsibility" toward the Land of Israel; we have a sacred duty to perform, and an age-old heritage to realize. Conversely, we have more than a mere "dream" to fulfill—we have an urgent and vitally necessitating reason for accelerating our efforts on behalf of the [ewish National Home in Eretz Israel. That urgent and compelling reason is that millions of displaced men, women and children of Israel are wandering once more over the face of Europe. Despite the fact that the war against Hitlerism and evil has been won, thousands of Jews are dying daily from the effects of 13 years of starvation, torture and persecution of every sort. Every moment's delay in achieving what is Israel's just and fought-for rights dooms hundreds more of our brethren throughout the horror which still is Europe, and may some day, unless we are brave and opportune, threaten us in this land. As one of the 500,000 ex-servicemen of Jewish faith who served in the armed forces of America, I find it particularly pertinent to stress to my fellow Jewish youth that we must carry on in that militant tradition; although our guns and swords may now be converted to plowshares. We Jewish youth who went to war did not merely fight for the obliteration of fascist militarism and reaction, but hoped and prayed that with the winning of the peace a soul-searching and conscience-stricken world would also help us to alleviate or better yet, solve, the problem of homeless and persecuted Jewry down through the centuries. It appears at this writing that something may be done, but hardly enough. A mere pittance, the remnants of 10 million European Jews (five million of whom were burned and baked and butchered)—100,000 —may be permitted to enter Palestine. And even this announceThe action of a fool serve as a precedent. merit causes strife and ill-meant mutterings among the Arab world; and a veil of silence from the mighty powers. American Jewish youth have an obligation to be in the vanguard of this fight. By their military service, and that of their families on the home front—despite the calumny and slander of America's lunatic fringe of democracy-haters and anti-Semites —they have shown their fellow American youth of varied faiths and creeds and colors that Israel's problems have a right to be heard, and forthwith solved. American Jewish youth have for a long time cooperated with Jewish youth of other lands in regard to mutual problems. This international cooperation has been one of the chief factors for what has already been accomplished in so short a time in the formerly barren and arid land of Palestine. The sweat and toil of Jewish youths of all lands, and their tears and tribulations also, are all blended forever in the once ancient, but now modern, Land of Israel. And in this spirit—never forgetting the proud history of the Maccabean fighters of yesteryear, must we American Jewish youth carry out our sacred duty and responsibility to our less fortunate brothers and sisters by helpt ing to establish a Jewish National Home in Palestine. Announcing %  The Removal To Our New and Larger Offices NOW LOCATED AT 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. OFF CORAL WAY PHONE 4-7027 Sound—Stable—Vigorous) Attention to All Your HEAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience In Building Conetruetlon on Miami Beach RADIO SICK? REFRIGERATOR HOT? STOVE COLD? 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Hami Beach y na i B'rith Kf'teNUon". hotel, 1677 h 'T Miami Beach. With r' nS .m meet the Miami Beach *""* i ffnai B'rith Women. %  S*fto be a joint meeting, defcS provide an interested F" fnr the principal speakhji K?na Viss, assistant ££* Central Beach EleLtar.v school. [ %  Weiss, who was one of L nrr-nfrom this area who fcCed by .a fellowship PHarvard university, will tk S. Phases of education? forte. A very interesting %  Iker well versed in her subr. ujjs Weiss is certain to 1mE new ideas and fresh viewL, lf to her audience. of the district convention will be heard and refreshEU will be served after the Ltine. Members and their are invited t<> attend. patients To Be Guests I Fiftem convalescent soldiers Lorn the Pratt General hospital [jibe guest at the FDR club's ttfy swim-dance Saturday eveJng at the Blackstone hotel. The Jffairisopen to the public. Ticklb m ly be purchased at the +JmlstincrkUan PAGE FIVE TWO BOAT RIDES SET FOR NEXT WEEK It seems to be open season on boat rides, with two local organizations scheduling moonlight sails during the coming week. Proceeds from the cruise which the Pioneer Women's organization, Club No. 1, will sponsor Sunday evening will be given to its child rescue fund, Mrs. Pearl Raidman, chairman, announces. The Seminole Queen will leave pier six at 8:30 p.m. Assisting Mrs. Raidman are Mrs. Lena Pushkin, Mrs. Mary Stepkin, and Mrs. Sadie Karasik. Tickets may be reserved by calling 3-4811 or 5-6380. The Showboat will be the scene of the moonlight sail to be sponsored by the Emanon club of the Miami Y Wednesday evening. Dancing and other entertainment has been arranged by Sam Greenstein and his committee. The boat will leave from the Chamber of Commerce docks, Miami Beach, at 8:15 p.m. LEGAL NOTICES IXOTK'E IS IIKHKMY OIVEN that ItiK I" I'liK-iKe In %  %  is name of Vn ISItOCKRY, :it N -V K. •,: Florida, Intend to i. %  v. ill the Clerk of of Dad County, Borida. I'HAIII.KS WHF.R ROBERT RLSON B.\r.r.V Zl'KKRNIi'K. A A hlte Star Grocery. Ii KI, Roth Named Attorney For AVC Committee Face Facts George J. Talianoff Florida Director, ADL Burnett Roth has been appointed to the important post of attorney for the constitutional committee of the American Veterans committee. He is attending the AVC convention which is meeting in Des Moines, Iowa, this weekend. Approximately 3,000 delegates are expected to convene there. Commencing this Sunday, June 16, Miami's NBC Station WIOD will begin broadcasts of the top notch radio series, "Let We Forget. These Great Americans." This star-studded program tells the dramatic stories of men and women who dedicated their lives to the American principle that. ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL. For the past seven years, the Institute for Democratic Education has been teaching democratic principles and racial and religious unity by means of these transcribed shows. In 1945, the Institute's ninth series, which was entitled, "One Nation Indivisible,'" was heard over 462 stations in 47 states. The current series strives to emphasize the indelible impression which was left upon the world by great Americans. This tenth series will enact the lives of such outstanding American personalities as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Wendell Willkie, Woodrow Wilson, Al Smith and Justice Louis D. Brandeis. Prominent stage, screen and radio stars have contributed their services for this splendid program including Melvyn Douglas, Wendy Barrie, Ralph Morgan, Quentin Reynolds, John Carradine, Donald Cook and Sam Jaffe. The series will be inaugurated this Sunday with a broadcast commencing at 8:30 a.m. of the life of Wendell Willkie, — the drama of a man who never won a campaign and never lost a principle. Starring in the cast is Quentin Reynolds, renowned world correspondent. After listening to some of the stimulating programs in this tenth series, I am sure the listeners will agree that the radio artists, writers, as well as the Institute for Democratic Education, deserve high praise for their contribution to the cause of developing a more intensive devotion to the best American tradition and ideals. RABBI ELECTED Rabbi Moses Mescheloff was elected to the executive committee of the Union of Orthodox Congregations of America at its recent meeting in N ew York city. "Let Me Get Yoo Some t DR.MILiS AKTI PAIN Pll LODGE COOPERATES IN SAFETY DRIVE In cooperation with the current safety campaign, Sholem lodge of B'nai B'rith will present W. J. Carlson, directed of the bureau of safety education, at its weekly luncheon 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club, Seybold Bldg. Carlson will discuss "Are Accidents Necessary.'" and explain the prizes being offered for safe driving. On Friday, June 21, Joe Thornton, of the FBI, will be guest speaker. Lira Insurance EitatM Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ina. Co. M7 Blacayna Bldg. Ph. 1.1414 or 4-W81 CHARLES LAWRENCE Registered Real Estate Broker WANTED — LISTINGS Houses and Apartments 427 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-2756 Two pieces of coin in one bag make more noise than a hundred. PAINTING AND DECORATING No Job Too Large or Too Small Licensed and Insured Work Guaranteed DAVE STONE, Ph. 5-2216 ITT ITH YOUR responsibilities, |W can you afford to let a Headache, Muscular Pains, Functional Monthly Pains or Simple Neuralgia slow you down? Dr. Milea Anti-Pain Pills have been bringing relief from these common discomforts for nearly sixty years. 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tewiiiyElliDipidliigun ^fr^THE JEWISH UNITY amdb THE JEWISH WE EKLY MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS \ordinatedDrive Proposed Zionist Dispute \r Federation Hospital Anted campaign plan [Greater Miami Jewish ,and the Mt. Sinai hosimg fund was proposed ,...l's campaign planutice Tuesday afterplan is approved by the ustees and the Fcderadirectors, a single Vot of lay leaders and a bftssional staff will conJive for the two groups [v. 15. 1946. through 1947. |led by a group headed p. Singer, the plan calls Cation on a specialized he 500 largest prospects tr Miami residents, the fcts and the winter resiuld be solicited on a ospital basis. In addiD local prospects would again for Federation. her groups would be [only once with two Ids giving everyone an ly to designate the i wishes to give to Fed,I to the hospital. ive committee of is to meet today to lie question of the co| appeal, and the board i will meet next week the decision. The also scheduled to elect the 1946-47 executive and budget committees of Federation. Prior to Tuesday, a group headed by Leonard Wien submitted a recommendation for carrying on a separate campaign for the hospital. However, the trustees indicated their approval of the joint campaign. Besides setting campaigning plans, the trustees have been concerned with the future of the Alton Road hospital, Miami Beach, which the Navy is releasing. The trustees have decided not to take group action on the matter, but ndividual members are consulting with Beach officials, urging the opening of the hospital for the public. The question of a site for the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital is also under decision. Areas on the Baysides of Miami and the Beach, which would serve both communities, have been considered by the trustees. Temporary headquarters of the hospital have been set up in the offices of the president, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, 401 Lincoln rd. Preparatory to conducting a survey of Greater Miami's hospital needs, Federation will hold an organizational meeting of its survey committee today to select a national authority to conduct the study. In setting the dates for the proposed campaign, the hospital's planning committee recommended that a series of parlor meetings be opened Nov. 15 for the initial gift groups, who Will be solicited on a hospital appeal. Solicitation of all groups for Federation and the hospital combinid would extend from Jan. 1 to March 15, with the general campaign solicitation scheduled for Feb. 24 to March 15. In its proposal, the committee list) d the advantages of the plan as follows: 11 onomy of lay leadership and professional personnel, coordinated planning, elimination of conflict, community unity and creation of cooperative spirit beneficial to both causes, anj the use of existing office staff and facilities of Federation would enable the hospital appeal to start immediately. Goal of the hospital campaign is expected to be between two and two and one-half million dollars. Although the Federation goal for next year has not been determined, it is expected to be more than the $783,100 goal set this year. The proposal was signed by Wm. D. Singer, chairman, and Sam Blank, Irving Frankel, Sam Lachman. Max Orovitz, Monte Selig and Leonard Wien. |y To Build tsent Site ir.munity center buildami Y will be located *nt site at 1567 S. W. |and its lot across the %  > street, it WBS announced this week. George Chertkof, president, was named chairman of the Area Leaders Map Aged Care Problems of caring for the aged will be discussed at a conference of representatives of Florida and Georgia communities Sunday in Jacksonville. Purpose of the meeting, which was called by the Southeastern region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, is to Y's capital funds acquaint Southern leaders with drive to be held tne necessity for planning aged from Oct. 15 to c are to fit mto tne total commuNov. 15, and M. jriity picture. •I. Kopelowitz %  It has been pointed out that Kopelowitz was many communities provide only chosen chairman institutional care for old people, building rather than planning a program in which all agencies of the community participate. Necessity for placing aged people in private are board's buildhomes has also been cited. nt executives of the | Scheduled to speak at the conferences with Leon tt:tect for the Nationcontract authorizing %  rent organization, to *and supervise conthc new building. s mit a space budCK ? om "ittee for g* {udg el will allo5 th -e various lTh n '\""'" us nceds I 1 *na .onal organizabu5 n thc actual Riding in conjunc x s local architect f d that the JWB is s T, g thc P' a ns servi re tho JW B a cp a number of ftlv ference is Ben Grossman of Chicago, who will discuss a survey of aged care which he made in Memphis. Charles Cohen, director of Miami's Jewish Social Service bureau, will deliver a talk on the relation of a family agency to aged programs. Also expected to attend from Miami are Judge Harold Spaet, president of the Jewish Home for the Aged; Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president of the Jewish Social Service bureau; Morris Klass, director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Also representing the Miami Home will be Max v *d as Chairman of Greenbel "g. chairman of the buildol the Y's $200,000 m8 committce and Jacques Beer, in December. ducted by the Atlanta community Homes for aged are already established in Miami and Jacksonrneeting villa, A survey is now being con2 P.m. ducted by the Atanta community Beth I and Savannah is also contemplatision.ing opening a home. Polio Won't Affect y Camp Openings Despite the current polio stare, the Miami and Miami Beach Y's will conduct their summer day camps this year. However, the B'nai B'rith Girls and Young Women of thc fifth district have called off their convention scheduled for June 23 to 25. The Beach Y camp will open at 9:30 a.m. Monday with an assembly. The home camp committee seriously considered the question of opening the camp and came (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Changes Election Postponement till June 30 oi the election of delegates to the World Zionist Congress, which had been scheduled for this Sunday, was announced yesterday following a dispute between labor Zionists and the Zionist Organization of America. National oflicers of Mizrachi and Poale Zion, the labor factions, Tuesday requested their constituents throughout the country not to go to the polls Sunday. They asked postponement of the election on the grounds that the Congress had been moved up to December and that there had been insufficient time to prepare for the elections following the close of sale of Shekels, the — ^Congress poll tax. T A | Wednesday night, the ZOA demmdn /\SIvI ,.,! .-*p*.-.



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PAGE FOUR fJewisHlcrldlan FRIDAY TOTAL REPORT NEW YORK (JTA)—The American Council for Judaism has endorsed all of the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, including the provision for the admission of 100,000 displaced Jews into Palestine, and has urged the adoption of the report as a whole, as a humanitarian proposal designed to save and to safeguard Jews of Palestine and of Europe, it was disclosed this week. The council urged the early implementation of all of the recommendations. Its views were expressed in a communication to the State department submitted by Lessing J. Rosenwald, president of the council, at a meeting with Dean Acheson, undersecretary of state, and Roy Henderson, director of Ni Eastern affairs, following an invitation extended to the council by the State department, asking it to convey its comments on the Anglo-American committee's report. A similar expression of support has been communicated to President Truman. The council stressed the imperative need of adopting the report as a whole as providing a "realistic balance between contending forces." The rate of implementation of the specific recommendations, the council maintained, "'will necessarily vary, depending upon tin ir nature, but the policy implicit in the total report should he accepted by the adoption of the report as a whole. This would stive the important salutary purpose of indicating clearly the lines of policy which will guide our government in its \ relationship to tin problems dealt with m the report and will act as a restraint upon partisan interpretations. Partisan pressure."' the statement adds, "which demand the acceptanci of only those recommendations that are favor, : able will lead unquestionably to unsettled conditions within and outside ol Palestine." The council endorsed the recommendation for immediate immigration of 100,000 Jews into Palestine and urged that every precaution be taken that "such certificates arc not diverted from the displaced refugees council further expressed its complete concurrence and support ol the committee's recommendation thai Palestine shall not be a Jewish or Arab st.it.' and aski d that everv effort be made to have the, Jewish agency, tl e Arab league i and their constituent organiza-, 'turns aee.pt this declaration. The statement further ad\ the desirability of inviting the "native talent i I th( Palestinian people. Christians. J. WS and Moslems, to assume a large part of the official administration," and hailed the committee's recommendation C intil nng immigration oppoi tunitii s into Pal. stim in accordance with the absorptive capacity of the ci untry and that such immigration .--all not be d< termined I '"' religious qualification-. The council supported the i ndation of the committee to n move discriminatory practices now in existence :n Palestine which, it said, "ti ml to ala nate one Section of tl'..' Palstinian population from another.'. Thy friend has a friend, and thy friend lias a friend: be discreet. I WANT MY MILK ACE UPHOLSTERING Twenty.three Years' Experience RE-UPHOLSTERING Beautiful Tropic.il Tapestries 1235 N.W.Miami Ot. Ph.9-1639 And B* Sur* If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street MISS ETKINS TO WED MR. FISHERMAN JULY 7 Announcement of the engagement and approaching wedding ,.f Miss Muriel Etkins and Charles Fisherman was made this week by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ktkms. 1751 S. W. Fifth st. The couple will be married at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation July 7 by Rabbi Murray Grauer. Miss Etkins has asked her sister, Elaine Etkins, to b< maid of honor. Nathan Etkins will serve as lust mall. The bride-elect was graduated ifrom Miami Senior High school land the Paterson, N.J., Commercial college. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisherman, of Paterson, N.J.. JMr. Fisherman was recently re%  leased from the Coast Guard 'after three and one-half years' I duty. He attended the Paterson • State college and was a member 'of the Y basketball team. Harold Greenberg. R2-c. of 2161 S.W. 14th ter., has been discharged from the Navy after two and one-half years' service. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High school. IUHEI AMetesToG* Awards will be „ i outstanding yo H Mi; !" Y at the A,jH t y %  ? t hc Y Cd P r "tent of thc "^ '^" the award, r| Admission to lhe d ""'future Lenny £. band and a vocal, sU .J| Y "ung mm and B-'achY have been im tend the affair. Elections Postponed To June 30 Can You Pass This TEST OF LOYALTY? / DO YOU favor the establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth? ^ DO YOU want to assist maximum political action to bring 100,000 Jews to Palestine WITHOUT DELAY?


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DAY. J^ 14, 1946 +Je*lstncrldliari \m mm rewell Service Honors Appelbaums e they will spend several vacationing in Canada or the north woo.!:,. Ral I i Appelbaum has madi no announci of his future plai A resolution commending R; 11 Appclbaum was passed by the el congrei ation at its annual me ting May 22. A similar si enl had previously b"cn issui d by th< Great ociation. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Jack Barash is in Ni-w York on business. Dr. Carl N. Herman was guest .speaker iit a recent meeting of the Negro Welfare organization. Mr and Mrs. Moses Schupler tobbi Saul B. Appelbaum, ipirL leader of Temple Israel .December, 1944, will be honU at a special farewell service Temple Prining, Jules Pearlman, Eaiiman of the sp cial commit_, announ i and colleagues in the Later Miami Ral binical assonItiomnll participate in the scr, which will be conducted by )r Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus (the Temple, and Rabbi Colman LZwitman, who will resume his duties at the Temple June 15. Rabbi Appelbaum was invited to serve Temple Israel when Rabbi Zwitman enlisted in the Army. Rabbi and Mrs. Appelbaum have spent the past week in Cuba as the guests of Rabbi and Mrs. Arthur Lebowitz of the Hillel foundation, University of Havana. They were guest speakers at a meeting of the Beth Israel Temple Sisterhood in Havana Tin sday. On June 20 they will drive to Chicago where the rabbi will atMiami for REST XONVALESCEHa .^CHKOMJCCASM fSun Rat/Park feso/t Rabbinical lauon. occupying an apartment near A native of Cleveland, Rabbi!Mrs. Schupler's parents, 714 M Appelbaum atti .'. tern Rest. serve i tj and received hi bachelor 1 degre from the Uni%  %  • ol Cii inn iti He After three year.-.' service with was the field artillery, Arthur E. Leiordained in 1931 and ; .* OHI-A-DAT (brand) VKamtn Tablrta. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach Ceuntr. featuring tht ^^L rationally JS^J&^S^ "* AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE 1 ; i •• • I i • i i i \ 1 i i I i i lit I ": J '' Sj