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   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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AA00010090:00959

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THE JEWISH W EE KLY
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^NUMBER 25
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946
PRICE: TEN CENTS
,lem Seeks
ige Home
. for a building for
lodge. B'nai B'nth were
iSiers of the forthcom-
mbcrship drive who met
[home of Lou Hetaian,
Tuesday night.
Lan. "1.000 and a Home,"
L the membership and
Jgoals.was adopl I as the
for the campaign to be
I July.
proposed thai 50 per
Each member's fees be set
I a fund to | lot
iuilding. Of the $20 each
kberpays in dues and ap-
{fees, S7 goes to the fifth
[office and $13 remains
p> local organization. Of
fr sum, S10 will be put
[special fund, it was de-
levent of the membership
i will be a rally at which
ijr known entertainers
form. New members and
who aid in the drive
privileged to aft. nd.
lonsky, national president
|B'rith. may comi to Mi-
ng the i.
Icaptains named to date
I Hot, pn sident of
|s; J. hn Kroni nf< Id, Alex
Sam B. Miller, Max
lam Alexandi r and Bill
peting of t. Mitre
sled for Monday evening
p I Iromer,
[Marco island, Meetings
, be held on the three
M Mondays.
To Plan Election
Plans for the election of
delegates to the World Zionist
Congress will be made at a
meeting to be held at 3*30 p.m.
Monday in the offices of Bur-
nett Roth, acting chairman of
the Miami Shekel group.
The elections, originally-
scheduled for June 16, will be
held Sunday, June 30. Repre-
sentatives of interested Zionist
organizations are asked to at-
tend the meeting.
Death Toll Mounts To 23
In British-Jewish Clash
Hasanah Bares
British Plot
To Arrest Jews
Study to Outline
Area Aged Care
Care of the aged on a regional
scale will be studied as the result
of a resolution passed at the
Florida-Georgia conference held
at Jacksonville Sunday. Deter-
mination of what regional plans
for the aged are needed is to be
made by a subcommittee of the
southeastern region. Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, which sponsored the meet-
ing.
Included in the resolution was
the provision that the committee
study the various methods by
which larger communities in the
two-state area could serve the
aged of other cities by institu-
tional and private care.
Miami delegates to the confer-
ence took an active part in dis-
cussions and consulted with Ben-
jamin Grossman of Chicago on
the question of the local program
of service to the aged.
Grossman stressed the need for
developing an aged home which
can accommodate the chronically
ill and those who cannot make an
adequate adjustment in the com-
munity because of personality dif-
ficulties.
JERUSALEM (JTA)Details of
an alleged British secret plan to
arrest 5,000 prominent Palestine
Jews, including members of the
Jewish Agency executive and
Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel Aviv,
and to raid all Jewish settlements
and colonies in an attempt to dis-
arm the Jewish resistance move-
ment, were' broadcast this week
by the "Voice of Israel," under-
ground radio of the Haganah.
The broadcast said that the
counter-intelligence of the Ha-
ganah had succeeded in securing
the British plan as well as the
["blacklist" of Jewish leaders to
be> arrested when the plan is put I attack on a British military camp.
JERUSALEM (JTA)The conflict between the Jews and th
British in Palestine took on the aspects of open warfare this week
as armed forces of both groups engaged in sporadic clashes in
cities and colonies throughout the country. Casualties include
Jews and Britons and total 23 as of Wednesday, according to
reports.
Early Tuesday 12 Jews armed with tommy guns surrounded
a British officers' club in Tel Aviv and kidnapped five officers.
The kidnappers first cut telephone lines and suspended traffic
in the area and then broke into the club. As they left they flung
a grenade at an approaching mlli- ?
tary truck to prevent it from fol-
owlng them. A sixth British of-
ficer was reported kidnapped.
Immediately after the alarm
was sounded, strong troop and
police detachments, assisted by 20
tanks, surrounded the area and
began an exhaustive hunt for the
Jews. It is believed that the of-
ficers will be held as hostages for
Joseph Simkhon and Itzchak Az-
bel, who were sentenced to death
last week for participating in an
AN EDITORIAL
An Insult To America
people of the United States are "primarily interested in
l the admission of 100,000 European Jews to Palestine
'hey do not want too many of them in New York."
h not the words of Hitler, nor of the Mufti, who was in-
[ in mking policy calling for the extermination of thf)
M populace in Europe by the Nazi hordes, but of
nm'the foreign Secretary of Great Britain and one o*
F of the British Labor Party.
[notoriously glib-tongued Mr. Bevin is not a lily-white
But if he wishes to wallow in the mud of racism and
of anti-Semitism he should at leastif he has any
F the electorate which brought him to officehave shed
fe of officialdom. We do not know what the people
je thinking about the Palestine problem and about
lEn Ik home:ess and displaced Jews, but we do know
oh PePle' With the excePtion of a sma11 segment
i are neither Hitlerite racists nor anti-Semites. In
shame for Britain the English people, we are con-
Lirm 'Sassocia,1Iig themselves from the vulgar antics of
pn Secretary.
Lrcerd So at least i! has been rePrted by ,,icial
; phr n mre than one occasion. But, to repeat 9
r shouTd" "eriSm 5 8,i11 alive- was not lon "hona^H "^ Bri,ain was promoting the idea of a
ome m Palestine because it did not want Jewa
rty ande", Now Bev'n. a spokesman of the British
W is th h Fleign Secretary under a British Labor
'admiss e"ng tha' 'he American people are agitat-
nt too 'n 10000 Iews into Palestine because they
I ideorany 'hem in New York- What a 8trikin9
well blT Qnd Phraseologyin fact so striking that
i when h *T that Mr' Bevin had ,he Hi,ler sPeech
^uld disnv vered hi8 now infamous address.
ls* such vulgarity ii it came from private
Continued on P^. Six)
into operation. The plan also
provided for widespread searches
to he carried out in Jewish sec-
tions throughout Palestine.
Among the leaders marked for
arrest were David Ben Gurion,
Moshe Shertok, Eliezcr Kaplan,
Rabbi J. Fischman, and all other
members of the Jewish Agency
executive; also Dr. Bernard Jo-
seph, legal advisor of the Jewish
Agency; Mayor Rokach; Rabbi
Meir Berlin, leader of the World
Mizrachi Organization; Shlomo
Eisenberg. general secretary of
the Jewish Agency executive;
and a number of other Jewish
Agency officials. The plan pro-
vided that all seized Jewish lead-
ers be interned in Palestine or
deported.
Orders to the military authori-
t'.es and to the police indicated the
exact location of arms stores, and
contained instructions on how to
approach these caches and the
Jewish settlements; how to pre-
vent the inhabitants from putting
up resistance; and how to combat
resistance by tanks, heavy artil-
lery and planes.
Troops on Patrol
Meanwhile, thousands of troops
wire patrolling the countryside in
the area of Sunday night's at-
tacks and large numbers of men
and women were arrested after
raids on Jewish settlements. Sev-
eral of those detained are reported
to be suffering from bullet
wounds.
In placards which were posted
in prominent places in Tel Aviv
Monday night, the Haganah as-
sumed responsibility for the de-
struction of the bridges, saying
that 11 were blasted, and not eight
as reported bv the authorities.
At the same time, the resistance
appealed to all Jewish storekeep-
ers to remain closed Tuesday
afternoon while funeral services
were held for Yechiam Weitz, son
of Joseph Weitz, a JNF official,
who was one of those killed dur-
ing the attacks on the bridges.
A broadcast over the Haganah
station '"Voice of Israel" warned
the British military forces that no
retaliatory or punitive measures
would halt the activities of the
Jewish resistance. It said that the
The Jews were to be caught un-I sabotage was aimed at cutting
awares, according to the plan (vital British communication lines
which was laid out by four Brit- from the British military base in
ish generals who arrived early Palestine.
last week in Palestine to give
final approval to suggestions pre-
pared by the Palestine authori-
ties for "cleaning up" the Jewish
resistance movement. The mass-
raids on the Jewish settlements
were to be started within a few
days, according to the Haganah
broadcast.
The broadcas; reiterated previ-
ous warnings that the Jewish
underground would not permit
Palestine to be converted into the
principal British military installa-
tion in the Middle East unless
Jewish rights under the mandate
were respected.
Prevent Aid to Arabs
Other reasons for the present
operations by resistance forces,
the announcer said, were to de-
monstrate the Jews' ability to pre-
vent military aid from being sent
to the Palestine Arabs from
, ... I neighboring countries; and also to
S.gmund LMagrtoo. founder ^ rcsistance can op-
and chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion league of B'nai B'rith, died
in Ravinia. 111., June 13 following
Founder of ADL
ics in Illinois
a short illness. He was 73.
Livingston, who founded the
ADL in 1910, devoted much of his
time to writing and organizing
campaigns to fight anti-Semitism
in America. He was the author
of "Must Men Hjitc" and a num-
ber of other books and articles
on the problem of minority groups
and democracy.
Born in Germany, he began the
practice of law in Bloomington,
111 50 years ago. An active mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith, he was presi-
dent of the district grand lodge
No. Six at one time.
erate not only in the vicinity of
the Jewish settlements, but also
in areas which are predominantly
Arab, and along the borders of
Palestine.
MUFTI IN EGYPT
Haj Amin Husseini, mufii of
Jerusalem, is in Cairo and has
asked King Farouk for protec-
tion as a political refugee, it was
announced officially Wednes-
day. An official source said the
king would grant the mufti
asylum in Egypt.
U. S. to Continue
Palestine Policy
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States will continue to
urge entry of 100,000 displaced
Jews to Palestine and will en-
deavor to arrive at a means by
which it can be done, President
Truman said this week at his
press conference.
The Presiaent dcciiiiea to make
any comment on Foreign Minister
Ernest Bevin's statement indicat-
ing his opposition to the admis-
sion of the Jews. He said that
Bevin's statement had not yet
been officially communicated to
him.
To a question -tm-ttie measures
being taken by this government
to expedite the transfer of the
100,000, the President replied
that this will be the task of the
Cabinet committee which he re-
cently appointed. He said that the
committee itself will not go to
London but is sending representa-
tives there.
A four-man technical group of
War and State department of-
ficials arrived in London this
week to assist Ambassador W.
Averill Harriman in pursuing fur-
ther inquiries in connection with
the Anglo-American committee
report on Palestine, a State de-
partment spokesman announced.
It was explained that this group
is not empowered to make any
decision but will merely continue
exploratory investigations pend-
ing initiation of work by the
President's Cabinet committee.
The department emphasized that
the group is separate and distinct
from the Cabinet committee.
Secretary of State Byrnes this
week announced at his press con-
ference the appointment of Henry
F. Grady as his alternate with the
personal rank of ambassador on
the special Cabinet committee on
Palestine and related problems.
The secretary is in Paris to at-
tend the peace conference.
Grady recently headed the
American section of the Allied
mission to observe the elections
in Greece and previously served
as assistant secretary of state and
on economic missions to the Far
East in India. He is president of
the American President Lines.
HOSPITAL DRIVE PLAN
AWAITS APPROVAL
The proposed plan for a joint
nd cooperative fund-raising cam-
paign by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the newly
formed Mt. Sinai hospital group
was discussed by the executive
committee of Federation last
week. Action on the proposal was
not taken and further delibera-
tions will be made, it was an-
nounced by officials. Ratification
by both organizations is necessary
[before the drive can be under-
taken.
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fyiea&ittg,
A surprise visitor to the Dave
Emmers is their son. Philip, who
arrived in Miami Wednesday
from Georgia Tech. The Em-
mers had planned to meet him
in Georgia next week before
going to New York for a three
weeks' vacation .
Miss Adele Stone is enter-
taining her childhood friend,
Miss Marilyn Blumenfeld, of
Savannah, and Miss Blumen-
feld's fiance. Jay Washauer, of
Baton Rouge, La. Miss Stone,
daughter of the Jack Stones,
1884 S. W. 10th St., recently ar-
rived home from the University
of Louisiana after completing
her sophomore year there. She
is president of the Panhellenic
association at the university
and a member of the Lambda
honorary sorority and Alpha
Epsilon Phi social sorority. She
is also a member of the legis-
lative board of the YWCA and
a senior advisor. The Stones
will attend Miss Blumenfeld's
wedding later this summer .
Dr. Abram L. Sachar and his
family left Miami Beach last
Thursday after spending the
winter here. They will visit in
Champaign, 111., before going
to Washington, D. C, to make
their home. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Turk and Mr. and Mrs.
George Talianoff were hosts at
president of the North Shore
B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs
Becker, who is a past president
of the organization, will be ac-
companied by her daughter,
Audrey, and Mrs. Irving Miller.
Bernard Mayerson has joined
his wife and son in Barons Re-
sort, South Haven, Mich., for a
len weeks' vacation Mrs.
Abraham Gannes and her two
children are visiting relatives in
New York for two weeks. They
will spend the rest of the sum-
mer at Camp Keeyumah, Or-
son. Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man moved to their new home
at 17 Majorca ave.. Coral Ga-
bles, last week. Their nephew,
Herman Grossman, returned to
Boston y^erday after a short ( Schneidman Joins
visit here Mr. and Mrs. ADe
Goodman are in New York June Bride List
where their son, Morris, became
Bar Mitzva June 8 ... Mr. and
Thelma Berger Weds
Mr. Bronis In New York
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, of
1234 SW. Fourth St., announce
tin- marriage of their daughter,
Thelma, to Larry Bronis of New
York city. The wedding took
place Sunday, June 9. at the Tem-
pi,- Mason in Brooklyn, New
York.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High school and was
an active member of the Miami
Y and B'nai B'rith girls.
Mr Bronis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S Bronis of New York, studied
journaism at New York univer-
sity before entering the armed
forces. He is now associated in
business with his father.
The newlyweds are spending a
month at the Commodore hotel,
Swan Lake, N.Y., before making
their home in New York city.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry cele-
brated their 33rd wedding an-
niversary Monday .
Miss Carolyn Saffer, 1425 S.
W. 18th st.. entertained at a
miscellaneous household show-
er last Tuesday night in honor
of Miss Muriel Etkins, bride-
elect of Charles Fisherman.
Over 50 guests were present.
Miss Etkins' wedding has been
set for July 7 David Le Roy
a farewell dinner for the Sach-'Tobin. 18-year-old son of Mr.
ars last Wednesday ... and Mrs. Charles Tobin, will
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder \ leave early in July to attendAhe
entertained a number of their j Naval academy at Annapolis
friends at a fishing party _last IA graduate of Miami Beach
week end at the
club, Everglades
Celia Tepper L
plane to visit her mother in Sidney Meyer is recuperating
Miss Gloria Schneidman and
Samuel D. Epstein were married
in a ceremony performed at the
National hotel Sunday by Rabbi
Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor
Abraham Friedman.
Daughter of Mr. a^id Mrs. Wil-
liam Schneidman, 624 S. W. 14th
ave., the bride was attended by
her sister, Joyce, as maid of hon-
or, and Mrs. Irwin Suberman, of
Gainesville, as matron of honor.
Irving M. Rosen served as best
man for Mr. Epstein, who is the
son of the Lewis Milton Epsteins,
of Philadelphia. A dinner at the
hotel followed the ceremony.
Mrs. Epstein is a graduate of
Miami Senior High school. Her
a fishing party last U* .ara' ZZivSlhusband attended Lafayette col-
at the Rod and Gun h gh heattended the Un:versity Pennsylvania before en-
glades City ... Mrs. of Florida and Bulks prep ^ ^ ^ He recenUy
,per is leaving by scho01 m Washington. D. C. retumed from lwo years. duty
Philadelphia, her brother in
New Jersey and her sister in
New York. She will return by
plane in July .. Mrs. I. Tannen
and daughter, Carole, left last
week for Philadelphia to visit
in a New York hospital from a
back injury he suffered three
weeks ago. Mrs. Meyer is
stopping at the Savoy Plaza
hotel in New York Mr. and
Mrs. David Goldstein will leave
the Tannen's daughter. Belle | for Saratoga Springs, N. Y.,
Peyser. Mr. Tannen will join : Monday Mrs. Sidney Lef-
them in July in Washington, | court and children are vacation-
where they will spend the rest i ing in New York
of the summer with their son.
Harold .
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin is vaca-
tioning in North Carolina until
the middle of next month .
Mrs. Irving Becker will leave
Saturday night for Chicago
where she will install the new
the S. M. Grundwergs are
visiting in Brooklyn. N. Y. .
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
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two years' duty in
the Pacific.
The couple will reside at 1352
S. W. Seventh st. Oub-of-town
guests who attended the wedding
included Mrs. Laura Zubren and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lerner, all of
Detroit.
Ibabu ParacL
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ed at the recent Brisim of the
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Kesser, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
A. Wien. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Max N.
Diener, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Kassin. Mr. and Mrs. Justin
Gettis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pol-
lack, Mr. and Mrs. William
Yanowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Braun. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kaloff, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Goldman.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blu-
menkranz. 4550 Sheridan ave.,
are the parents of a girl born
June 18 at the St. Francis hos-
pital .
Mrs. Glasser to Report
On AJC Convention
A dessert party for officers and
board members of the Miami
Beach Women's division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will be held
1:30 p.m. Monday at the home of
Mrs. Louis Glasser, president,
3168 Prairie ave.
Mrs. Glasser wil speak on "De-
Bign for Survival," a report of the
recent national AJC convention
she attended in New York. She
will also announce new commit-
tee chairmen.
Plans for the coming year will
be made at the meeting to which
the officers of the Miami Wom-
en's division have been invited.
NEWMANS ANNOUNCE
SON'S BAR MITZVA
Sum/usit -ttvJuotii
SEE THE
PRESTO
COOKER
DEMONSTRATION
FIFTH FLOOR
HOUSEWARB8
Friday, June 21 thru
Saturday. June 29
SEE THE MAGIC
OF PRESTO COOKERY
See 6 different kinds of
Vegetables cooked in 4
minutes at the same
time without colors, odors,
flavors intermingling.
Cuts cooking time and
fuel bills 75%.
Garden-fresh colors and
flavors retained.
Essential vitamins and
minerals preserved.
Cooks tough cuts of meat
deliciously tender.
ORDER NOW FOR
EARLY DELIVERY
DR. EUGENE WEISS
PODIATRIST-CHIROPODIST
Having returned from oversea*
military duty, announce* the-
reopening of his offices.
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. 5-4377
Mr. and Mrs. David Newman,
3111 S. W. Fourth ave., announce
the Bar Mitzva of their son,
Robert Lee (Bobby). Friends and
relatives are invited to attend the
services which will be held 9 ajn.
Saturday, June 29, at Beth David
synagogue.
The Newmans will be at home
Sunday, June 30, from three to 6
p.m., in honor of their son.
G,rl Fro* Brookj]
Miss MildrlT^J
Seymour Weiss VS
marr'age Sunday j' 1
hokme of SfffcSI
T"e bride li Z Tl
for the wedding u".
929 Michigan ave
recently recovered)
illness.
The former m^ w,
^duateofBrookC
Weiss attended schoohl
York and was rrij
Arm.V three m^'
serving four year,
W"h the counter J
corps in Germany (.!
wrote reports on cm
camps there and was m
in bringing several wal
to trial. J
After a tour throw
the couple will reside]
Among the guests at 4
was the bridegroom's j
Hannah Blaustan of (
missIoth?
beach dentist i
Announcement of.
ment of Miss Shirley 1
Donald Michnoffwasi
parents, Mr, and Mi
Levin. 550 W. 50th st,"3
tail party held in their]
Michnoff is the son l
Michnoff, 750 Jefferml
couple plan an August]
Miss Levin was gractt
Akron (Ohio) schools!
University of Michigaa|
Dr. Michnoff is a
Miami Beach High
University of Florida i
versity of Maryland I
He served as a lieuti
Navy dental corps fort
After the wedding,'
will live in Miami
DR. MAURICE SEROTTA
Announces His Return From
Service in the United States
Army and the Opening of His
Office for the Practice of
GENERAL DENTISTRY
At
44441st STREET
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
TELEPHONE 5-2984
GENERAL PAINTING
Free Estimates Given
V BEST MECHANICS
I. D. Gflbrtxith Pedal Co.
PHONE 3-072S
537 S. W. 11th AVENUE
DAVID R. BAIN
REALTOR
7232 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-1140
He who cannot bear
of reproof will han|
many.
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Lawrence Singer is
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[New York today and
Vin his wife in Cleve-
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Ljs' two daughters,
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iupferstein will leave
L spend the summer
the New York moun-
jce Dacks and her
s. Harry Dacks, will
1 for New York city.
Dice will attend Co-
jiversity during the
..jsion. A Spanish
jhe University of Mi-
I a senior and a mem-
Jna Delta Pi, national
tnorary fraternity .
be Wolpert entertain-
ch in honor of her
|udith, Sunday morn-
i Sonya Danbaum,
I Ben Danbaum, 200
llto dr., was awarded
[school diploma at
1, Kinosha, WiB.,
Miss Danbaum,
| to enter the Univers-
i in the fall, was a
I the school year book
I won special recog-
er work as manager
: bond sales at the
Jrcelline Glickman,
mezzo soprano, oi
i a guest at the Dor-
jj with her mother.
I Glickman Mr.
1 Louis Ellis of the
Wei celebrated their
mg anniversary re-
ptertaining at cock-
' San Marco island
I Pi Lambda Phi fra-
Ithe University of
MfnnyKohl, son of
Mi. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kohl,
2115 Michigan ave.. and Ron-
nie Lery. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Levy. 1524 Jefferson ave.
Pledged to Tau Epsilon Phi
were Gerald Sheftell, son of the
jeTjy Sheftelle, 734 15th St., and
jerry Slesinger. whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel D.
Slesinger. of 535 15th si
Lt Coret To Merry
MU Helen Goodman
Mr. artO Mfft Eric Goodman,
of Richmond1, Cafff., re announc-
ing the engagement and ap-
proaching marriage at their sis-
ter, Miss Helen Goodman, Jo Lt.
Irving Allen Coret, son of pr.
and Mrs.'Frank Coret of Miami
An early July wedding s bw-
ing planned by the couple who
will be married at WestoV
Field, Mass., where Lt. Coret is
now stationed with the Army
medical corps. Dr. and Mrs. Coret
will attend the wedding.
Miss Goodman is a graduate of
the University of Cologne, Ger-
many, and took postgraduate
work at Columbia univeritty and
the University of California. Dur-
ing the war, she served in the
WAC.
An alumnus of Miami Senior
High school, Lt. Coret was grad-
uated from the medical school of
Emory university where he also
took his pre-medical work. He is
a member of Phi Beta Kappa and
the national honorary medical fra-
ternity and helped found the Em-
ory chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. Lt. Coret entered the
Army in September, 1944.
MISS MARCUS FETED
AT COCKTAIL PARTY
White gladioli and red roses
provided the setting for the en-
gagement party given by Mr. and
Mrs. William Irving Marcus, 6844
Harding ave., Sunday at the Shel-
borne hotel for their daughter,
Miss Joan Marcus, and her fi-
ance, David Lesser, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 W.
31st St., Miami Beach and Bos-
ton. There were 75 guests. Cock-
tails were served in the ocean-
front lounge.
Miss Marcus attended the Uni-
versity of Miami after being grad-
uated from the Lear school, Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Lesser, who has been in
military service for three years,
received his education in Boston
schools. He served one year at
Guam.
The wedding will take place in
October.
Even when the gates of heaven
are shut to prayer, they are open
to those of tears.
Additional Society News on
Pago* 10 and 11
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f *e i, % billbards all over Palestine are these
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naground in clashes with the British.
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Paul's Patter
ABOUT BEACH BEN B'RITHS
By PAUL WEITZMAN
We had a delicious luncheon
meeting recently at the Ritz
Plaza, one of the results being
that we will get half a girl, as a
secretary, to catch all the gripes
for B'nai B'rith on the Beach .
the office telephone will be in our
next column, after the lodge con-
firms, ratifies and approves .
Jack Abbott, who went through
brimstone and fire in the war just
ended, and came out a captain,
let loose some fire at the lunch-
eon, and we smelled the brim-
stonea dressing down does good
sometimes.
We're likely to hear of some of
the "undoings" of the last con-
vention. To hear some of the
stories about that bus trip to
Baltimore, one harks back to his
Jack London days and reminisces
about those tough portages and
trail-breaking in the Klondike.
. It's too bad that delegates
from the BBYM (those are the
young men) are not still younger,
because then they could get to
th< 11 national convention at Port
Jervis. N. Y., on half-fare. So
far they have only been able to
raise half the expenseskicked in
by the Beach lodge, we hear. Do
we hear anything from the Town
lodge The boys are grown up
now!
The wife of David Hess, Helen,
is at the Victoria hospital, and
h, r friends want to visit her at
home very soon.
Never again, sez Manny Gold-
strich, after a boat trip to Bimini
with Al Lesser and Alexander
Ko^an. The waves were 100 feet
high, he swears, and he had to
wait three days in Bimini before
the waters were smooth enough
to come back Harold Shapiro
won the rhumba contest at the
Caribbean recentlywe are sure
it was only because A. L. Perper
wasn't there with the fancy steps
he executed at the Beachcomber
some weeks ago And Dave
Emmer has been elected presi-
dent of the Civic league in a hot
Ci litest. Good gavel-pounding.
Mr. President!
Brother and Mrs. Irving Marcus
are celebrating the t ngagement of
their charming daughter, Joan,
and their son, Arthur, just gradu-
ated from the Riverside Military
acadt my in Gainesville. Ga. .
Harry Gerson and his family left
!' : Baltimore, and after their va- produce,
cation they will come back to Daily free
getting a tan, developing his isl-
and If we don't get an apart-
ment real soon, how about tatting
us pitch a tent on your island.
Shep-what are deed restrictions
between friends' Seen at the
Turk-Libow cabana at Hie R t/
Plaza,-the Talianoffs and the
Weitzmans. also the Turks who
belong-Dr. and Mrs. Al LibOW
were out of the city tor tin day.
If Bert Waller was a member of
B'nai B'rith, we would write
about his learning to drive his
new car. Stay away from Chase
avenue where In- is learning >>
the trial and error methodhe
almost chased us into the creek.
Seen at the Blackamoor room
(don't we g.t around?), Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Warren and a party
we get our aspirins from his eth-
ical pharmacy on Lincoln road
and Louis and Perry Fleischn an
_we couldn't have gotten mar-
ried if his lab hadn't given us the
okay.
And, seriously, it's recommend-
ed that you listen to the 'Lost
We Forget" program every Sun-
day at 8:30 a.m. over Station
WIOD. And write the radio sta-
tion about the program. It's very
important.
Jax Pledges $30,000
To State Hillel Drive
Hil-
for
Progress of the state wide
le capital funds campaign
$100,000 is reported by Morrice
S. Uman, of Tampa, president I i
the Florida Fideration of B'nai
B'rith lodges, who this week an-
nounced plans for the state con-
vention.
A S30.000 plcdgo has b. en made
by the Jacksonville Jewish com-
munity. Uman states. Land for
the Gainesville building has al-
ready boon bought. A building
will also be erected at Tallahas-
see. D. J. Apte. of Tampa, is
chairman of the drive.
The state federation convention
will be held at the Tampa Ter-
race hotel, Tampa, on Labor day.
Gov. Ellis Arnall has been invited
to be the main speaker.
Father's Day Program
Held At Aged Home
Male resulonts of the Jewish
Home for the Aged were present-
ed gifts during rathe, s Day
Sogram held at the Home Sun-
day afternoon by the Miami and
Miami Beach Women's ^^-
aries.
Mrs Benjamin Sherry, presl-
dent of the Beach group, was
chairman of the program and read
an original poem. "My Dad.
Presentation of the gifts was
made by the arrangements com-
mitteeMrs. Sadie Karasik, Mrs.
Harry Danziger and Mrs. Benja-
min Appel. Mis- Appel took
movies during the afternoon.
Daniel Broad, representing the
executive board of the Home.
Stated that no time is being lost
in getting the new building
started. Other speakers were
Mrs. Louis Herzog, president of
the Miami auxiliary, and Mrs.
Joi 1 /ahs, former president of the
Miami group.
Mrs. Moses Krieger offered a
prayer on the occasion of the
first anniv. i.-ary of the death of
Alfred B. Rosenstein, founder and
fust president of the Home.
Prayers were also said for the
speedy recovery of two of the
Homo residents now in the hos-
pital and for Mr. and Mrs. I.
Cohen and tin ir grandson.
Harry Danziger supplied the
dunks for the affair.
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J^AY.niNE
A portrait of Sgt. Leonard M.
Rivkind has been presented to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A.
Rivkind, Raleigh hotel, Miami
Beach, by Frederick W. Heuser,
St. Li uis artist, who sketched the
Rivkinds' son during a USO camp
show tour through Japan.
Heuser made the sketch at head-
quarters of the third battalion of
the 27th infantry, 25th division.
His subject was the winner of the
honor cadet medal at the Miami
Military academy in 1944.
The sergeant's father served
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Tuesday with a full line of meat,
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Palestine's need for a medical school to ~rMlual T*
tradition of healing and research was eloquently advanced!
Judah L. Magnes (right), president of the Hebrew i '
Jerusalem, following his recent arrival in New York Shi
him here alongside an architect's plan of the proposedI wlj
Colonel Harold Rieselman and Mrs. Samuel J. Kosensnhn ,1
men of the Medical School campaign of the Hebrew Vniv'Sj
Hadassah, with headquarters at 16 Fast 18th Street V.JvJ
drive to raise S4.000.000 to $5,000,000 for this purposelj
progress. The medical school, at the site of the Hebrew lliJ
and the Hadassali Medical Center on Mt. Scopus. Jtrusal(Ij
also provide facilities for extensive research in sub-tropical mS
ADDRESSES ZIONISTS
Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum was
guist speaker at the Miami Beach
Zionist Luncheon club Wednesday
at the National hotel. The lunch-
eons are held weekly at the hotel
with a different guest speaker
each Wednesday.
George J. Talianoff, director of
overseas in World War I and was
one of the original group that
organized the USO. He was in-
vited by President Roosevelt to
atti nd the first national USO con-
ference in Washington in April,
1941.
the Anti-Defamation lejj
be guest speaker next W&.
and Rabbi Colman A. zj
will speak to the erouoi
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DAY,
- JUNE 21,
1946
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PAGE FIVE
0ple To Welcome Rabbi
fobbi Colman A.
litman, who served
UArmychapla."
r thrce years, wfl
welcomed back to
Lie 'srael at I
C servie anc
^n^relig^ous
j'civic groups in
Iter Miami ^
invited to the
J which will
,t 8:15 p.m.,
^di to Jules
ft reception com-
BittCC
Ubi Zwitman en-
id the Army m
,e 1943, and serv-
iArmy installations
|u. S- and the
Lppines. As chap-
tat Ft. Monmoutn
Received citations
the command-
" general of the
item signal corps
bter. In Leyte and
jnila he received
mmendation from
. Gen. Styer, com-
uidir.g general of
. Western Pacific,
f his work in the
Llippines.
labbi Zwitman was organizer
|a project for rebuilding the
inila synagogue as a memorial
| American war dead of all
Ihs. The synagogue had been
J by the Japanese as an am-
lition dump during their oc-
ption of Manila and was
m up by the Japs when they
driven out of the city in
bruary, 1945.
Recounts of the synagogue pro-
, written by Rabbi Zwitman,
been published in a num-
r of national periodicals.
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Prior to his entry into the
Army, Rabbi Zwitman was spirit-
ual leader of Temple Israel, with
which he has been connected
since 1936. A graduate of the
Jewish Institute of Religion, he
also holds degrees from New York
and Columbia universities. Be-
fore coming to Miami, he occu-
pied a pulpit in Bluefield, W. Va.
His wife, Lenore, and their two
sons, Joseph and Michael, who
made their home in New York
while Rabbi Zwitman was in the
Army, have returned with him to
resume residence here.
Following the Temple services
this evening, a public reception
will be tendered by the congre-
gation.
101 HONORS
BESTATHLETES
The Miami Y's champion ath-
letes were honored Saturday
night at a dance at which they
were presented awards by George
Chertkof, president.
First half of the Miami Annex
number two league tournament
was taken by the Ys Softball
team, managed by Bob Miller, it
was announced.
The Y's varsity basketball
team, which was runner-up in the
Miami YMCA league, received
the league cup and individual
prizes. Team members honored
were Dave Lakowitz, Horsey
Gladstone, Mac Kinsbruner, Man-
ny Lubel, Jack Miller, Judge Jack
Rosen, Allen Gordich, Gene Hei-
man, John T. Manley, Elmer Oli-
phant, Ed Stern, Harlan Wiss,
Simon Stern, business manager,
and Mike Rand, coach.
Members of the basketball
team captained by Harlan Wiss
received medals for winning the
Y intramural contest. They are
Edgar Kaplan, Allen Gordich, Al-
bert Kohn, Bernard Swichkow,
Simon Stern, Paul Cootner, Jos-
eph Mintzer, Eddie Soniberg.
Awards in the table tennis con-
test went to Rente Jacobson, win-
ner, and Maxine Bender, runner-
up, in the girls' singles. Felice
jBobson and Joan Morris placed
'third and fourth.
In the boys' singles, Harvey
Stahl and Don Berkowitz won
first and second prizes. Charles
Rosenblitt and Ed Bialos placed
third and fourth.
Simon Stern and Dave Lako-
Face Facts
What youngster (and perhaps
an oldster or two) has not been
thrilled to read in the comic strip
and to listen via the airwaves of
the adventures of Superman?
Recently the Superman radio
series, heard locally over the Mu-
tual network, WKAT, 5:15 p.m.,
underwent a change as dynamic
and as metamorphic as some of
Sup( rman's remarkable feats. It
became a series with an educa-
tional message denouncing intol-
erance and bigotry and promot-
ing harmony and good-neighbor-
lincss.
Previously, busily engaged in
fighting imaginary death rays,
fantastic space machines and sun-
dry scientific phenomena, Super-
man has turned his attt ntion to
such every-day problems as racial
and religious persecution, bigotry
and snobbery.
A commercially sponsored pro-
gram, then was finger-crossing
as to whether the youths woulaVj
go for the long-hair stuff.
Yet, it .seems the youngsters
like the ir Superman programs
served with a sugar-coated pill.
The sudden change in the char-
acter of the script which launch-
ed our hero on a vigorous cam-
paign against bigotry and preju-
dice has produced remarkable re-
sults. The Superman program
has literally shot to the number
one rating in the juvenile show
class on the Hooper Radio Poll.
Superman is showing children the
folly of prejudice and the inevit-
able disaster and punishment that
comes from hating and they
love it.
An example of these shows is
one we heard last week entitled
The Castle of Hatred." In the
story are such characters as the
Giant Prejudice and his three evil
henchmen: Gossip, Scandal and
False Opinion. In the end, the
listeners realize that they them-
selves have built the Castle of
Hatred. It is finally destroyed
through love.
The Kellogg company of Battle
Creek, Mich., the current spon-
sors, deserve high praise and en-
couragement for their innovation
in juvenile radio scripts.
Letters of appreciation to them
might be helpful in furthering
the sponsors' interest in the kind
of material which the program
has been using.
Remember it's Superman
... with a message.
witz arc to play off for first place
in the men's singles. Joel Dia-
mond and Fred Cornfield were
third and fourth in this division.
Arrangements for the table ten-
nis tournament were made by
Marilyn Cohen, Betty Klein,
Mark Seligman and Alvin Bren-
son. In charge of the dance were
Harold Booth, president of the
athletic committee, and Yvette
Margulies, Betty Klein and Mari-
lyn Cohen.
Gets Master s Degree
Miss Rita Grossman, news edi-
tor of The Jewish Floridian, re-
ceived the degree of master of
science in journalism in absntia
during commencement exercises
Wednesday at Northwestern uni-
versity, Evanston, 111.
Miss Grossman attended the
university's Mcdill School of Jour-
nalism from January to Septem-
ber, 1945, after completing her
undergraduate work at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
LEGAL NOTICES
lOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
luidmigiinl, desiring to engage In
fcm under the fi.-titious name of
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fc Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to
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Sol Goldttrom, of Miami Beach,
has been named to the B'nai
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JOTKK is HEREBY GIVEN that
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. int.n.ls to register aid name
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sources.
AN INSULT TO AMERICA
(Conlinued from Page One)
But Mr. Bevin is a British spokesman, one of the high-
est officials in the British Government.
It must, therefore, be
as
assumed that when he flatly rejected the Anglo-American,09m
mittee's recommendation with regard to the admission to Pales-
line of 100,000 displaced Jews, he was, in fact, disclosing his
Government's official policy. But if that was the intention his
action was even more contemptible, for it was he who not long
ago declared that no decision would be made on the Palestine
report before June 20, the expiration date for submission of views
by Jews and Arabs. By announcing the decision before the
expiration date, Mr. Bevin has not only demonstrated his lack
of sincerity and basic honesty, but he has insulted the American
Government as well- for it was understood that both the Gov-
ernments of the United States and Britain were acting under a
common agreement when they asked Jewish and Arab bodies
to submit statements giving their views on the report.
But Mr. Bevin went even further. He has impugned dis-
honest motives to the United States in its humanitarian efforts
on behalf of the Jewish people. He has cast a cloud on the
honesty of the motives behind the adoption of Palestine planks
by America's majoi political parties. He has thrown mud in
the face of the American Congress, the voice of the American
people, which adopted Palestine resolutions favorable to the
Jewish cause. He toyed with the sensibilities of the American
people by first cajoling the American Government into an Anglo-
American committee and then making naught of its findings in I
the face of President Truman's insistence, before the formation
of the committee and after the completion of its findings, that
immediate action be taken to transfer the 100.000 Jews to Pales-
tine. He first attached unwarranted and unjustified conditions
to Britain's acceptance of the report, and then turned around
and rejected it unqualifiedly.
Britain stands alone in the world. Without American aid she
would be doomed to a role of insignificance on the international
scene. The American people hate perfidy, whether it is of Jap
or British make. The American people, with their high sense
of fair play, will not take the insult lying down.
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, LM6, J. T. A.)
QUESTION: Why is if custom-
arv to cover Chalas (loavee of
SbbSh bread) on **
ing before and during the r.
cital of he K.ddush?
ANSWER: The BnSWCri to this
cuesuon are quite varied in
commentaries. Some art of tM
opinion that making the bleswngl
over the wine would show neglect
the table in preparation for the
Sabbath meal. It has elweyi been
thl. intention of Jewish taw to
,revent embarrassment
M. BIGGOTT
.Mr.ftggett: Was it necessary. Reverend, to
emphasize the LoH's-er- Jewish
background in your sermon?"
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dividuals. Carrying the matter
out to inanimate objects serves as
a reminder to the human being of
his concern to the sentiments of
his neighbor.
However, most opinions look at
tins custom from another angle.
It is claimed that the Chains are
plaeed upon the table as H remin-
der of the Mannah that was given
to the Jews in the desert for food.
[This Mannah, say the rabbis, was
'coated with dew on top as well
as dew on the bottom to keep it
fresh as well as flagrant no ns to
be appealing to those who fed
upon it. It is in remembrance of
this fact that the Chains are cov-
ered. The Jewish table bears this
symbol in ornamented fashion on
Friday night when the cover is
usually made of some fine mate-
ria of arti' tic design.
QUESTION: Why are there
usually two Chalas put on the
table Friday evening?
ANSWER: The Jewish table
was always regarded as a sym-
bol of the Temple of old in Jeru-
salem. Consequently tradition has
brought fortli upon it many sym-
bolic representations. One of them
is the setting of two Chalas upon
the table Friday night along with
the rest of the Sabbath orna-
ments. Most agree that these two
Chalas are symbolic of the Le-
cucm Hapanim. There were two
sets of loaves that were especially
prepared for the Sabbath "to be
put on the pure table before the
Loid." The loaves remained there
until they were replaced on the
following Sabbath by fresh ones.
The reason for the original Bib-
lical command seems to be rather
obscure. Some felt that the num-
ber of loaves (twelve in all) sym-
bolized the twelve tribes all
standing together for unity and
peace. Others saw in them a
prayer for food and prosperity.
Whatever the reason was, it cer-
tainly impressed the High Priest
who served in the sanctuary with
the necessity for prayers for food
for his people. Consequently, we
have transferred the custom to
our Sanctuary (the Jewish Home)
and have placed the omen of
peace, prosperity and unity upon
our tables to dedicate the Sab-
bath.
What greater symbol could
there be than this when we un-
derstand it? Whenever pronounc-
ing the blessing over the bread,
the traditional observant Jew
would always seek to recite it
over two loaves or rolls or mat-
zohs. The origin, of course, is
from this same source, since the
Chalas were left on the holy
table all week long. What might
ey< n be added is the thought of
plurality that this carries. It has
always been a Jewish ideal to
think of ones neighbor when en-
loying the fruits of life. "And
thy brother shall live with thee"
says the Bible. Consequently,
the Jew always "breaks" his
bread in pairs as a constant re-
minder of the needs of others
Adversity is the true school of
the mind.
When the wise is angry, he is
wise no longer.
WUDAY.nmg.^
SOS Appeal Continues; |SPEAKS AT^^Tl
Summer Depots Listed .-----"^^T
8am Carothcrs, looi
the Southern Sfifeu
man Welfare, w.Sg2 MHU.
at the first break/ Maket
held by the Dux cWftJSN
Y Sunday, June 9 "Sh Miami
The club invites your,.
to attend the breakfuHlh*1
William Kapell, y0Unii n.
pianist, will bTgueTiotaT^
the NBC Symphony%*
.over Station Wl Kapell is the nephew of ft
Abraham Wolfson of ShS
Beach He will plfly **
Second Piano Concerto Vladi
mir Goldachman will conduct the
orchestra. ux
A reminder was Issued to Ml-
amians this week to continue con-
tributing to the SOS drive. Cloth-
ing canned food and medical sup-
plies are still needed, Mrs. Monte
Selig, general chairman of the
campaign for supplies for over-
seas survivors, stated.
Mrs. Selig asked that contribu-
tors bring their donation! to the
various SOS depotsBeth David
in Miami and the Y and Center
in Miami Beachsince pick-Up
service has been stopped for the
summer.
Mrs. Joseph Falk, chairman of
the Beach arm of the drive, this
week cited five women who are
packing and preparing clothing
for shipment. They are Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, Mrs. Alexander
Marcus, Mrs. Abraham Schwartz,
Mrs. Ida Freedman and Mrs. Rose
Lustig.
Mrs. Falk reported to Mrs.
Selig that another trUckload of
supplies Was ready to be shipped
to the Joint Distribution commit-
tee's headquarters ifl Mt. Vernoh,
N. Y., for shipment dverseas. The
SOS drive is sponsored nationally
by JDC.
In asking for contribution*, Mrs.
Falk said that only non-liquid
medicines can be accepted.
Zionist Youth Groups
Sponsor Play Contest
A prize of $100 is being offered
for the best three-act play of
Zionist content written by a mem-
ber of Junior Hadassah or Maiada
of Greater Miami.
Sponsored by the two groups,
the play-writing contest will ex-
tend till Oct. 1. Judges will be
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Dorothy
K. Fink. Miss Mavina Weiss. Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein and Fred Koch,
jr.
Supervisors of the contest are
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz and Mrs.
George M. Cohen. Entries should
be addressed to Junior Hadassah
and Masada Play Writing Contest,
care of Mrs. George M. Cohen,
1610 Pennsylvania ave., Apt. 6,
Miami Beach 39.
Manuscripts should be type-
written, double spaced on one side
of the paper. Plays are to be
given numbers as the names will
be sealed until the winner is an-
nounced.
FEDERATION SEEKS
NEW OFFICE SPACE
Having "outgrown" its p^t
headquarters at 1002 Congreii
buildlhg, the Greater Miami Jew.
ish Federation is seeking ljrr
office space.
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor, reports that the agency will
not build its own office building
at this time, due to construction
and price difficulties. Space re-
quirements now are estimated at
three to five thousand square
feet.
Future hope of the Federation
is to construct an office budding
with facilities for all Jewish
agencies which require offices.
MIAMI AJC TO MEET
TURK TO REPRESENT
DISTRICT AT PARLEY
Harold Turk. Florida B'nai
B'rith membership chairman, will
attend a national membership
meeting of the organization at the
end of this month in Atantic City,
N.J., as one of two representatives
of the fifth district.
The meeting, called by Harry
E. Brager, national membership
director, for June 30 and July 1,
is for the purpose of planning an
intensive national campaign.
Mrs. Turk wil accompany her
husband North next week. Before
returning to Miami, they will
visit relatives in New York and
attend the B'nal B'rith district
executive committee meeting in
Savannah July 14 and 18.
Bertman Names Abbott
Head of Membership
Jack A. Abbott was appointed
chairman of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith membership commit-
tee by George J. Bertman this
week.
Abbott and Bertman will ap-
point the rest of the committee in
the near future and announce
plans for a membership drive
which may be held in July when
the Miami lodge drive will take
place.
Where do radio script writers
get their material? Norman
Tokar. a writer of "The Aldrich
Family," says he gets many ideas
from his mother! When stuck for
a plot he goes to his mother and
asks; "Mom. what did I do as a
kid that would make a good 'Aid-
rich Family' story?" She has
never failed him
Recently organized, the Miami
Women's division, American Jew-
ish Congress, will meet with Mn.
Joseph Fine, president, at Beth
David, 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Members have been asked to
bring new members.
Congregation Reports
Building Progress
Construction of a building to
house Beth Tfilah congregation it
933 Euclid ave., is progressing, it
was announced this week.
Meanwhile the congregation
continues to hold services at its
Sixth it. location on Miami Beach.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will
be guest speaker and will conduct
service* this week end.
Services are scheduled for ":M
p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. and 6:30
p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. and 7:
p.m. daily. Shalos Sudos is held
after Saturday evening senices,
and study groups meet after daily
services.
Harry Novack, Builder,
Dies At Miami Beach -
Harry Novack, 67, prominent
Miami Beach builder and cofr
tractor, died this week in "
ami Beach hospital.
A resident of Miami for J
years, Novack was a native of St
Louis, Mo. His local address
4150 Nautilus dr. He was asso^
ated with construction of theP
Central and Chesterfield W*
and other apartment and ho*
buildings on the Beach.
An honorary life member f*
Beach Elks, he was also af'^
with the Civic league and
Jacob congregation.
Surviving are the widow; M
Ida Novack, Miami B-Aj
sons, including Ben. ****
Beach, and three daught*
eluding Mrs. Saralee Stag
andMrs. MarjoneRauzm.^
Beach. .. a
Funeral services were h*
Riverside Memorial chap*
Rabbi Moses Meschelo JJ
ing. Burial was in the Grea-
Miami Jewish cemetery.


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PAGE SEVEN
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
JStf* Scr.ary. Sh.l.m Lod0.
l^P!Sque^" Well, our esti-
S,e Brothers Ben B'rith were
"*m naoping on Tuesday, June
, aught nappB .
"', Citing meeting in months
1 "2d on y 25" persons attended!
fit Sassett. from Washington.
Resenting the Railroad Broth-
od, was shocked to hear that
1st of our 1,000 members chose
I 3 ng around with a mint julep
S3 than hear our panel dis-
Sn on "The Truth About the
U.y Labor Case." Represen-
tatives of many civic and labor
Uoups were in the audience.
Ttcre were as many women as
w But veddy few members of
$ h J e m lodgealthough more
tban 2.000 pieces of mail in the
torn of bulletins and announce-
ment cards had been sent to
them.
Several day* before the forum,
newsmen and photographers
(sensed a story, interviewed the
principal speakers, Edward N.
Claughton and Earl C. Bassett,
printed their comment and pic-
tures. One local paper thought
enough of B'nai B'rith public af-
fairs program to send a reporter
J to cover the meeting. Another
[.editorialized the affair. Wide-
|:spread publicity was given the
I discussion in following issues. But
1 Shis had no meaning for our own
loovs. Oh, no. They preferred
the escapist's frosty drink, the
nnl spot under the tree. Our of-
[ fir uM members of the Public
Affair* cnmittec were plenty
l disappointed And so was I.
Just to remind y'all, freres: this
new committee aim* to bring you
these programs because we feel
that an informed American is a
better American. When your
neighbor is on strike, there's a
solid reason for it, and our con-
science says we'd better find out
J why. Even if you have to desert
lltfie pinochle table for an evening
Itfi do it.
Then a serious question on cur-
Ijfent affairs pops up, can you wade
I n arid answer it? Or do you
I ioilk ,tfl into a corner and pre-
tend to amuse the goldfish? Let's
get hep, brothers. These are seri-
ous times .
Marx Feinberg *jid Burnett
Roth come back to tIMrii this week
. Cheers for John Krcnenfeld,
Gil Balkin, Jerry Weinki-, Dan
Satin, Bob Levin, EIry Stone,
Wallie Maer and Fmddie Shwhet
of the Public Affairs team. Grit
meeting!
President Al Pallot's pic in the
Jewish Monthly for Jene: mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith's National Vets
Advisory committee.
Thanks to the charming Mrs.
Tina Katz and Jean Silvermun for
their services at the B'nai B'rith
office last week. Our programs
must go on, and volunteers are
always welcome in 330 Seybold
bldg. Drop in any time.
A series of five interesting eve-
nings is being planned for all
youth groups in Greater Miami
under the supervision of various
organizations interested in youth
activities. The program will in-
clude movies, prominent speakers
and entertainment. (Call Miss
Carnovsky, 3-6306, if you'd like
to help.)
Sam B. Miller's doing a real
job on the Hillel Advisory coun-
cil pledges. Harold Turk, ditto.
Louis Touby's the angel and
guiding spirit behind Sam Ca-
routhers' "Southern Conference
for Human Welfare." Nice work,
Mr. T.
Orchid Dept.: Gil Balkin's
sharp book review of "The Plot
Against the Peace" at the Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt club. Betty
Weintrub's noble assistance on a
mail project. Thank y'all.
Welcome to new Brothers Mau-
rice Dworkin, Nathan Goldberg,
Eli Lazare, David Jacobson and
Theodore Sakowitz.
Steadfast brothers at our week-
ly Friday luncheons at the Down-
town club: Dr. S. Bear, Eli Hure-
witz, Phil Wallach, Bill Pallot, Dr.
Oren, Nat Hurewitz (sales dyna-
mo), Alex S. Cohen, John Schul-
man and George J. Talianoff.
Joseph E. Thornton, chief agent
of the FBI, will be next Friday's
luncheon speaker. See y'all there?
Mrs. Stashower Named
Zionist Secretary
Mrs. Ida Stashower has been
engaged as executive secretary of
the Miami Beach Zionist district,
Jack Bunis, acting president, an-
nounced this week. Mrs. Stas-
hower has opened an office at
Temple Beth Sholom and will do
work for the Beach B'nai B'rith
as well as the Zionists.
Formerly of New York, Mrs.
Stashower has been a winter
visitor here for many years and
moved here in October.
Active in Zionist work for a
nwnber of years, she was a
fxwWf r and national secretary of
Hadassah and served as secretary
i to Hkwietta Szold, Hadassuh
founder. Stsv was also a delegate
to the Ziuuwi congress held in
I London aftei W,Ald War I and
was vice prisidtnt of the Zionist
district number seven in New
.York city..
Miami Y Camp to Open
With 62 Children
LIFE OF SCIENTIST
TO BE BROADCAST
The Miami Y home camp will
open its eighth season of activi-
ties Monday morning under the
direction of Miss Virginia Frank-
lyn, head counsellor, and a staff
of about 14 other counsellors.
Sixty-two children had regis-
tered for the camp by Wednesduy
afternoon) Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director reported.
Campers were given physical
examinations by Dr. George Lis-
ter and a board of health nurse
yesti rday in the absence of Dr.
Harold Rand, camp physician.
Emphasis will be on quiet
games and Jewish content in the
camp program.
A graduate of Hunter college,
N.Y., Miss Franklyn majored in
physical education and has been
associated with the Y for the past
few months.
Having recently completed a
successful Broadway engagement
opposite Martha Scott in "Sol-
dier's Wife," Myron McCormick
will be heard Sunday morning in
"Dr. Joseph Goldberger," the sec-
ond playlet in the "Lest We For-
getThese Great Americans" ser-
ies of radio dramas scheduled for
Calls Executive Meeting
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, presi-
dent of the Jewish Social Service
bureau, has at'Jed a meeting of
her executive committee for Mon-
day evening at Btu'i David. The
committee consists rf officers and
Judge Hann'd Spaet, (Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Mrs. MorrH .Selig.
Miami JWV Post Meets
Entertainment for hospitalized
veterans and a radio and press
cumpaign will be planned by
Jewish War Veterans at a meet-
ing of the Freda Markowitz post
number 174 8:15 p.m. Monday at
the Miami Y.
He who teaches his son no trade
is as if he taught him to steal.
Beach
MRS. iMARY SCHRESHlCfc. "epresentatlTe
MYRON MCCORMICK
8:30 a.m. each Sunday morning
for 13 weeks over radio station
WIOD.
The dramatization of the life of
Dr. Joseph Goldberger depicts
the adventures of a man who
helped beat the hidden enemies
of humanityenemies visible on-
ly under the microscope.
Appearing with McCormick in
this radio show are Roger De-
Koven and Gilbert Mack.
What the child says out of doors
he has learned indoors.
IN GREATER MIAMI
Mrs. M. Schrebnick of 414
Eighth St., rias returned .'jom a
six weeks' trip. She was tl*?fcuest
of Mr. and Mrs- L. Trachtflni?J"g
at their summer home in Ellen-
vDle, N. Y., for five weeks. *5h*
visited her older sister, Mrs. B
Susskind, to New" York and her
younger brother, Joe Herzenberg,
in Franklin., N. J. In Brunswick.
N. J., she visited her nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Laurie,
and their daughter, Edith Bar-
bara, another niece, Miss Pearl,
of New York; and Mr. and Mrs.
Jessie Susskind, also of N. Y.
Before returning home she
stopped at Jacksonville to see Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Berns and daugh-
ter, Margie, and her oldest bro-
ther, Henry Herzenberg. In honor
of Mr. Herwnberg's 80th birth-
day, a famtfly dinner was held.
Guests inchutMKl J. Weiss, who
had just celtibnUfid his 82nd birth-
day.
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FRIDAY, June
21,
BUREAU CONTINUES
TEACHERS' TRAINING
Continuation of the teachers'
training group was announced by
A. P. Gannes, director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, this
week. Gannes holds the Sunday
school teachers' training class at
his office from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each
Tuesday.
Members of the class have com-
pleted one year's work and will
receive teachers' certificates at
the end of their second year,
Gannes said.
What may be the story scoop
of the year is this: Phil Bloom
is fresh back in Hollywood from
New York with the rights of the
life story of Sara Delano Roose-
velt. The price on the story is
half a million. And all the pro-
ceeds are to go to the Warm
Springs foundation.
BBG May Convene Here
If Polio Decreases
in Greater
Possibility of the convention of
the B'nai B'rith Girls and Young
Women taking place
M
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novsky, director of girls woik
for the fifth district.
Originally scheduled to be held
in Miami Beach June 23. the dis-
trict convention was called off
due to tl polio situation. Al-
though several other cities were
willing to have the convention,
hotel accommodations were un-
a\ ailable.
If the incidence of polio con-
tinues to decrease, the conven-
tion may be held here after all.
Mil s Carnovsky said.
Civic League To Install
Officers At Dinner-Dance
..,:ii ko metalled as president of the Miami
is week by Miss Gertrude Car- lhote, Saturday evening. Members of the Beach city council
will be quests of the organization.
Officers recently elected with Emmer are James Jimmie
Alhert first vice president; James Halley. second vice president;
A thu Wshman.secretary; Harold Ungerleider treasurer.
Elected to the board of governors were P. J. Davis, Louis Gill-
man, Henry Green, Harry Magid, Sam Rutter, Ed Singer, and
Harry Sirkin
Award of the league's second
annual scholarship was recently
made to Daniel Howard Kohl, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kohl.
The sum of $450 tuition is given
annually to a male student of
Miami Beach who is judged for
his scholastic achievement, good
citizenship, athletic ability and
school leadership.
Young Kohl has chosen to at-
tend the University of Florida.
iWilliam Alvin, selected last year
by the league, has since served
in the Navy, but expects to be
out of the service soon to resume
his studies. His scholarship money-
is deposited in a bank for him.
Scholarship committee mem-
bers of the league are Emmer,
chairman, and Charles S. Tobin,
Herman Barnett, Joseph Langncr
and Jerome Goodman.
Activities of the leagues are
four-foldcivic, charitable, edu-
cational and social.
A man without a fitting com-
panion is like a left hand without
the right.
UNVEILING
A monument to the memory of
Mrs. Rose Aronovitz, late wife of
Abe Aronovitz, will take place at
3 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo ceme-
tery. Rabbis Max Shapiro, Jacob
Kaplan and Colman A. Zwitman
will officiate. Friends and rela-
tives are asked to be present.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Rebecca Shapiro will be held at
2 p.m. Sunday in Woodlawn Park
cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate, assisted by Cantor
Abraham Friedman. Friends and
relatives are asked to be present.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Issie
Taub will be held at 11 a.m. Sun-
day at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Gor-
don Monument company is in
charge of arrangements. Friends
and relatives are requested to be
present.
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Dr. Isaac Landman (right), editor of the "Universal Jewish Ency-
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Brooklyn, was elected president of the Synagogue Council oi
America, succeeding Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein (left). The Council
is the only body embracing all national religious organizations (laj
and rabbinical), Reform, Orthodox and Conservative. Dr. Landman
pledged his administration to "restore to the American Jewish seem
tlic historic primacy and authority of the synagogue."
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QanfldenUcd
.By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
van
clusively vith an OKcerpt "Earth Could Be Fair."
reunt you c" > best-eller. In thit beautifully written piece
p""enS, .h. tribulations of the Jewiih community in hii
... tell* '
BT-ithe -* __
THE END OF THE ROAD
r 0](3 and young, sick and well, the Jews and
rl auarter Jews were thrown together in a stifling
the synagogue. At nine o'clock in the evening
W in i^ke'd and the windows closed, and a German
TS ""laced at the grill. Lights were not permitted, and
,ffaS,5v water closet was in the back of the yard, pails
vlnJd during the night, causing an insufferable stench.
re halt the prisoners were ill and the interior of the
h0rl where straw was used for bedding but seldom re-
fU6' embled one of those medieval lazarettes or pest-
' [which Saint Vincent de Paul has left us a description
.hi death came as a welcome release.
Unpersons out of the one
Mrs. Meyers Is Named
To Third Term In JSSB
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, first ]
woman to serve as president of
the Jewish Social Service bureau,
was elected to a third term by
the board of directors last Thurs-
day night.
Other officers selected were El-
ry Stone, first vice president;
Your Personal Problems
and thirty dud during
sixteen months of hun-
I destitution. Most of these
[old folk and very young
L Only when the sixteen
I were over, and the mis-
J human degradation in the
Le seemed to have reach-
ja cynical note in the Ger-
IBut it was not a change for
ptter. Then only began the
jad of sorrows. What fol-
must have made the sur-
; often think back to their
Lration at the synaogue as
(tively pleasant holiday.
jhe late summer of 1941 the
[weeded out all the young
nd women from the Jew-
impounds they had estab-
all over Holland. They
i boys to the sulphur mines
nany and Hungary and the
i the military brothels that
|set up all over Eastern
in anticipation of the
rs forthcoming Russian
lign. Seventeen thousand
j Jewish youth were deport -
I that way in the month of
|In December of the same
nly nine thousand of these
klive. The rest had perish-
ia synical note in the Ger-
|iazette for the Netherlands
Deed on Deo in her 15. 1941,
"as a result of their inability to
get accustomed to the change of
climate." The sinister truth is that
most of the eight thousand died of
the effects of brutal and purpose-
ly careless operations for sexual
sterilization to which they were
subjected. Of the thousands of
girls and young women who were
deported simultaneously with the
boys no one was ever heard of
again.
Insofar as the Jewish commun-
ity of Gorcum was concerned,
this weeding out process of the
youth meant a reduction of their
number to seventy-two souls.
This remnant was transferred to
the local penitentiary for women,
from which the former prisoners
had been removed to Dordt. The
Jews were lodged in the upper
stories, the ground floor being
occupied by a detail of the infam-
ous Schutz-Staffeln or Elite
Guards especially assigned to the
liquidation of the Jewish problem
in our community,
the prison and its removed loca-
tion in a little-frequented neigh-
borhood of abandoned ware-
bor hood or abandoned ware-
houses and junk yards where a
tomblike silence reigned at night,
made it an ideal retreat for the
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trusteeship. Al Quadow, the third
trustee, has another year to serve.
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the recent annual meeting, JSSB
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------------------ By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D.
THE FUNCTIONS OF A MAID
"Is my life as a young married woman complete without a maid?
Do I really have all I need without a maid?" This question is often
asked but the inference is insufficiently worded. What this person,
jnd others like her, has not spoken is more important. Actually
this person has a limited social outlook. She feels that outward
signs of "making a living" outweigh peace, love, comfort. She is
afraid that her friends or parents or neighbors may feel she can-
not afford to have a maid and look down on her.
In many small towns, the community pressure rules. In larger
:enters, it is possible to be more of an individual. Why does one
person choose one type of social activity, one type of furniture or
another? Merely because of interest appeal ... all is based on
:hat person's own concept of value. Hence, with the maid question,
j the problem is raised: A maid for what purpose? To be free to
Dlay cards or mah jongg or bridge; to be free to go to luncheons fre-
quently? To do much of this activity requires that children's care
md discipline be delegated to a maid or other servant.
There could be no argument if a maid is chosen as carefully as
i wife or a husband. Care and judgment are necessary because a
parent entrusts to a maid a major responsibility of the home, rais-
ng children. Most maids, it would seem, are just ordinary people,
"ull of superstitions and myths, working at menial jobs because they
:an probably find nothing else. More than one home has been
robbed or disease spread because of careless hiring of a maid.
A good many years ago, parents were at home to supervise the
children and the maid. The nurse-type of maid is an expense
which few homes can afford. They stayed with families for genera-
tions and were competent people. But all that is past. A maid
rarely stays longer than three months, if that long. The frequnt
:hange of maids holds a danger to a young child, the necessity of
frequent readjustment to a new person. There is the further danger
af inflicting on the child all the superstitions and bogeys of other
:ultures, some of which can implant serious fears.
The functions of a maid are often misunderstood. She is never
a substitute for the parent. She does not and cannot raise a child
as well as a normal parent. A maid is merely a helper in the home,
a person to do the heavy work, who may be left alone with the
:hild occasionally.
The Harvest of Incompetence
MRS. WEINKLE GIVES
DINNER FOR BBG
New officers of the BBG chap-
ter of Miami Beach were honored
at an installation and graduation
dinner given by Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle at her home recently.
The officers, who were in-
stalled by Mrs. Harold Turk, are
Gloria Farkas, president; Rosalyn
Goldstein, vice president; Phyllis
Schnall, recording secretary;
Bertha Eisenberg, corresponding
secretary; Sally Home, treasurer;
Marcia Jane Reamer, reported,
and Rita Eskin, historian.
Guests included Rabbi and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Marash.
Mrs. Weinkle and Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz, sponsors, presented
gifts to the graduating seniors.
Jaycees Seat Officers
Malvin Englander, newly elec-
ed president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
was installed Monday evening at
the Strand restaurant.
Other officers are Dr. S. G.
Sneider, former president, now
treasurer; William Segal, vice
president: Earl M. Rubin, secre-
tary, and Martin Holdoss, his-
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You and I both see children
who are as wild as Indians sim-
ply because the maid is incompe-
tent and the parent rarely at
home. What does it profit a
mother if she has every after-
noon to play cards if her children
do not reflect credit upon her?
In my dictionary of life, any par-
ent can give a child more than a
maid. These are the gifts of se-
curity, love, manners, orderly up-
bringing. Too often parents bring
their misbehaving children to a
counsellor desperately asking for
help. But they want help after
the pattern of misbehavior, ill-
manners, lack of respect have
been deeply established through
their own neglect of the child.
Often, too, they want a magic
pill, a "one-shot cure" and a guar-
ntee. No professional person can
give such help. No professional
person can do more than help
parents and child to unlearn un-
wanted habit patterns and step-
by-step instill desirable ways. We
have repeated, in these columns,
that behavior is an attitude and a
habit, of long growth and slowly
learned. This we repeat again.
The first years of a child's life
are important to him and to so-
ciety. Love, affection, tenderness,
instruction in all the grown-up
arts required for adulthood are
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There is no injection to counter-
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UJA Okoys Community
Representation Plan
Local communities will be in
on the policy making of the
United Jewish Appeal hereafter
as a result of the efforts of a
committee of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Although the general assembly
of the Federation voted against
national budgeting, a provisional
committee composed of several
federations from large cities suc-
ceeded in getting the UJA to ap-
prove community representation.
The recommendation provides
that one-third of the total mem-
bership of the UJA governing
committee be representatives of
local communities, appointed by
the communities themselves, and
that two-thirds be selected by the
UJA member agencies.
This is the first time that com-
munity representation has been
extended by a national overseas
agency.
In the Houses of Worship
IN THE MAIL BOX
To The Jewish Floridian:
Hats off to our president!
Evidently because of lack of re-
ports, or ratherreports of in-
terestfrom the B'nai B'rith con-
vention, President Al Pallot was
quick on the trigger and instead
of a regular meeting, he staged a
triangle talk about the recent
railroad strike with representative
railroad owners, railroad union
leaders and the press. All this
was followed by questions from
the audience.
It was very interesting as well
as instructive.
I know every one enjoyed the
meeting, but what about our con-
vention?
What have we (our delegates)
accomplished?
NATHAN ADELMAN.
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Arenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Conservative
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m.
The Bar Mitzva Of Freddie, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Golden-
blank, will be observed. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Abra-
ham Friedman will officiate. He-
brew classes now in session.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
590 S. W. 171h Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamchei
Orthodox
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Reform
Babbi Colman A. Zwitman will
resume his duties as rabbi of
Temple Israel by conducting ser-
vices this evening. Words of wel-
come will e delivered by several
rabbis and ministers. A reception
will be held in Kaplan hall after
the servici s.
TEMPLEBETH~~SHOLOM
Chase Ave.al 41st St., Miami Bch
Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Friday evening services. 5.30
p.m. High Holy clays, Sept. 26,
1940.
Kabalas Shabbos. 7 p.m. Satui -
day morning services. 9 a.m. The
rabbi will preach on the 'Portion MlSS Karp KeveaiS
of the Week." Shalos Sudos, 7:15 | M,ews of Betrothal
p.m. Religious school daily from
9 a.m. till noon.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Conservative
being
Ellen
Jordan N. Klein, tire man 1-c
has been discharged at Jackson-
ville and plans lo enter North-
western university shortly. He
participated in the invasion of
Adak. Alaska. A graduate of
Technical High school, he is the
son of Mrs. Ann Klein, 2561 Pine-
tree dr.
Friday evening services. 7:30
p.m. Saturday services. 9 a.m.
Junior congregation, 10 a.m.
Mincha. 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos.
7:15 p.m. Young People's league
dance for young nun and women, cepted foi admittance in the New
8:30 p.m." Sunday. Boy Scout York Medical college.
A summer wedding is
planned by Miss Bernice
Karp and Dr. Lester H. Frank,
whose i ngagement has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Karp, 420 15th st.
Miss Karp was graduated re-
cently from the University of Mi-
ami where she was awarded the
ience degree in
chemistry. She is a member of
N'u Kappa Tau. honorary society
for woman, and has been ac-
troop meeting, 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate
services. 9 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
Friday, 9 a.m. till noon.
W^S&2dm
ROHAIMS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints 6 Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner
The son Of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Frank. 930 10th st., Dr. Frank
received his degree in dental
ery from Northwestern uni-
VI rsity and was recently diseharg"
ed as a captain after three and
If yeai s' si rvice in the
Army, including duty in the
European theatre.
The engagement was announc-
ed at a dinner for 35 persons at
the Versailles hotel. Other parties
ring the couple havi been
given by Mr. and Mrs. Irving D.
Neustien of N< w York, uncle and
aunt of the bride-elect; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lawn nee Gilbert.
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FALL OPENING
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MIAMI BEACH
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Opi ning date of the new North
Shore Bank may be Oct. 1 ac-
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^ To be located at 71st st. and
Collins ave. in an area where no
bank exists at present, the North
Shore will be the third commer-
cial bank in the Beach, it is re-
ported to have available $400,000
capital, $75,000 surplus, and $25-
000 undivided profits upon call.
In addition to Smith, bank offi-
cers are Shepard Broad, first vice
president: Albert Pick, second
vie president and cashier. Direc-
tors are John A. Haynsworth,
Charles Baez, Dr. Morris Good-
man, J. Claude Carroll, George
S. Poittz, jr., Robert C. Martin
Dr. Louis G. Lytton and E. E.
Brett.
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Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kirschen-
baum are on a three weeks' hon-
eymoon trip to New York state
and Pennsyvania, following their
wedding at Beth Jacob June 9.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff offi-
ciated at the ceremony in which
the former Miss Ethel Mazer
spoke her vows. The bride,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Mazer, C42 Michigan ave., was at-
tended by her cousin, Gertrude
Brown, as maid of honor, and
Helaine Kirschenbaum and Char-
lotte Safra as bridesmaids.
Bernard Kirschenbaum was
best man for his brother, and
ushers were Edwin Benjamin and
Gene Ehrlich. Mr. Kirschen-
baum's cousins, Gloria and Rona
Greenwald, were flower girl and
ringbearer.
Mrs. Kirschenbaum is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach Senior High
school and a member of the YW
HA. Her husband, son of the Sam
Kirschenbaums, 5010 N. W. Fifth
ave., served in the Army air
forces for three years and spent
nine months in England and
France.
Here for the wedding from out
of town were the bridegroom's
uncle, Willie Eisen, New York;
the bride's uncle, Harry Mazer,
and her aunt, Mrs. Rose Safra,
both of Philadelphia.
A reception and dinner, at the
Strand restaurant, were held
after the ceremony. On their re-
turn to Miami Beach, the Kirseh-.
enbaums will make their home
with her parents.
ZgPAY.romJ
NAVY VETERAN^
"Wagement of C0"!^
>
>tl
Walter Winchell's first book,
"Gift of Laughter," will be pub-
lished by Simon and Schuster in
October. It will contain the best
humorous stories, anecdotes, and
witty lines gleaned from more
than 20 years of Walter's columns.
The material will run the gamut
from Salleys in Our Alley, Con-
fucius Say, Retorts Swelegant,
Sounds in the Night, Manhattan
Murals, and Quotation Marksman-
ship to Midtown Melodramas.
If silence is becoming to a wise
man, how niueii more so to a
fool?
Miss Clare Estelle Weitz, to a
Cohen at a party for 12 relatii
and friends in the garden oft
home recently.
Miss Woitz was graduate
Miami Technical High sd,
commercial art department;
attended the University of
Her fiance, the son of Mrs. A
Cohen of Miami, and the m
Mayor Samuel E. Cohen of J
sup, Ga., attended schools in;
sup and i ently completed^
|y foul nice in thelS
including duty in the Ban
theatre.
No date has been set for |
wedding.
Y EXHIBITS CRAFTS
An exhibition of artsandc.
work done by members is
being shi wn at the Beach Y.
Featured in the exhibit arei
ver jewelry, mppcr and alu
nuin work, plastics, woodwu
leather, raffia and felt goods i
well .i ; ;.!>i< r mache masks,t_
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I JUNE 21- 1946
'R0Sly;rSgSedawdeddfnyg
"SLSSSHtheSurf-
if. in a ceremony per-
K Rabbi Irving Lchrman,
fcantor Emanuel Bar-
i, the daughter of
ft John Myers, 1577
fcvand Mr. Esbin .s the
Rr and Mrs. Joseph J.
Hew York city.
Ihride's attendants were
?fiodin of Cincinnati.
Sonor; Miss Ruth Sher-
mL Vicki Benjamin and
tL Myers, bridesmaids;
inard, flower girl.
. Esbin was his brother's
Ushers were Jack bna-
hn Madler and Nat Lip-
Lov Mvers, brother of the
I Larry Block were page
Lion was held in the
fcr the ceremony,
fcbin attended school in
Ej and is a member of
I Phi sorority, the Miami
JSuild and Rose chapter,
Kith Women.
loin is a graduate of New
tools and attended Clark-
|ge before entering the air
which he served 37
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PAGE ELEVEN
B
it
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
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in length and girth.
supplies of non-perish-
, clothing, soap and mail-
licines may be sent.
Jincluded in the directive
[the provinces of North-
|in, except Krois of Ras-
Buhl: Northern Wurttenr
(yaria. Land Hessen, Kur-
Nassau and the cities of
[ar.d Bremerhaven. No
1 may be sent to Berlin.
information regarding
' may be obtained from
(11 section. National Coun-
]wish Women, Congress
)BITUARIES
STERN
HfcSifrn. wife of p. K'lwar.l
'local hospital .lum- 13.
Baltimore, Mrs Burn
I comitiR i Miami for the
p.- with h.M hu-lmnrt. Their
P"" I"''. S Baynhore
T" Mr husband, Mrs. Stern
hL, '"' "'Men an vmm Funeral hem,, waa In
I ananR..incntf.
, JACOBS
1 I, dle.1 of a heart
' ',s,h"""' ''" Jper-
JUaml Beach He came
'* '; Mx years ago and
HTSJfli Svlvla Jacob"!
. toelttdln. Max. Miami
,;sJ"r H was a mem-
Wam. Bearh American
fork iv ;'"lv hM >'"'-n en
[w* J Rlvenlde Memorial
THE PALESTINE ISSUE. .
Zionist leaders expect very lit-
tle from the statement which the
British government may make
this month with regard to Pales-
tine. In fact, they are gloomier
than ever with regard to British
machinations. And Washington*
too, is becoming more cautious
with regard to proposals concern-
ing Palestine now being made by
the British foreign office to our
State department ... It is known
that the British government has
submitted no less than 60 ques-
tions to the State department for
reply before any decision is taken
by London with regard to the ad-
mission of 100,000 Jews to Pales-
tine. And it can be revealed
that Britain is demanding that at
least three American divisions be
stationed in Palestine before the
Jews are admitted. U. S. Chief
of Staff Gen. Dwight Eisenhower
was consulted with regard to this
request. His reply was that
there is no possibiity of sending
American troops anywhere un-
less Congress continues the draft
act. .
Britain's alleged reason for re-
questing American troops is that
more military might is needed in
Palestine to prevent Arab out-
breaks against the admission of
the 100,000 Jews. Actually, it
is taken for granted that Britain
is less afraid of an Arab uprising
in Palestine than ever before. .
There are now more British sol-
diers in Palestine than at any
time, and their number is con-
stantly growing. It is obvious
that Britain is transferring its
military might from Egypt to
Palestine as part of its plan to
make the Jewish Homeland a
military bastion against possible
Russian expansion in the Near
East. And a few American di-
visions in Palestine would only
help to make the British stron-
ger. .

DIPLOMATIC ACTION:
Foreseeing that Britain is far
from making Palestine either a
Jewish or an Arab state, or even
a bi-national state, some Zionists
in London approached the British
Labor party to sound it out on
the prospects of Palestine becom-
ing a British dominion. If Pal-
estine were a British dominion,
many think the Arabs would not
be in a position to object to Jew-
ish immigration. But the un-
official British reply through the
Labor party was that the govern-
ment is not interested at present
in giving Palesine the status of a
dominion. What the British
government wants, from all indi-
cations, is to get the sole control
over Palestine under a United Na-
tions trusteeship. And it seems
that such control will be given to
Britain at the forthcoming ses-
sion of the U.N. General Assem-
bly in September. There will
be no objections to it by the Unit-
ed States or other members of
the United Nations, except Sov-
iet Russia, which will definitely
be outvoted. .
Zionist leaders, therefore, are
beginning to mobilize all possi-
ble forces to strengthen opposi-
tion within the United Nations
to the present British policy in
Palestine They will make a
special effort to line up the Latin
American members of the U.N. .
A very important Latin-American
statesman, who carries weight
with the governments in that
part of the world, will make a
tour of Central and South Amer-
ica this summer for the sole pur-
pose of bringing the Jewish point
of view with regard to Palestine
to the attention of the Latin
American governments .

HEBREW LETTERS:
Lovers of Hebrew throughout
the world will hail the appearance
in this country of the Hatekufah,
the voluminous Hebrew quarter-
ly which has been making history
in Hebrew literature for the last
quarter of a century. This 900-
page publication has no equal
even in English literature The
solid English literary magazines
published in this country and in
Britain look like midgets com-
pared with Hatekufah. .
And its present appearance
here, for the first time in its ex-
istence, is another proof that
America is now taking the place
of Europe in cultural Jewish life.
. Hatekufah was "born" in Rus-
sia, and was later transferred to
Poland where it was published
until the outbreak of the war. .
Its publisher, A. J. Stybel, a great
lover of Hebrew who made it his
business to lose tens of thousands
of dollars promoting Hebrew lit-
erature, was one of the fortunate
few to escape from Poland with
his wife Goslava, and reach this
country. True to his "everlast-
ing love," he has now resumed
publication of the quarterly in
the United States. .
The new volume, edited by
Eisig Silberschlag and Aaron
Zeitlin, has everything that mod-
ern living Hebrew writers can
offer in short stories, poetry, dra-
ma, historical studies, analytical
articles, literary studies, with
more than forty writers "the
cream of Hebrew literature"
participating. Attracting spe-
cial attention is Harry Sackler's
novelette "The End of the Won-
der" relating how the efforts of
the Baal-Shem to reach Palestine
failed. .. It is a piece of Jewish
philosophy dressed in the finest
Hebrew literary style. .
FBI AGENT TO SPEAK
AT SHOLEM LUNCHEON
Joseph E. Thornton, special
agent in charge of the Florida
office of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, will address the
Downtown club of B'nai B'rith at
12:15 p.m. today, announced E.
Albeit Pallot, president of the
Miami lodge.
JOE THORNTON
Affiliated with the FBI for 13
years, Thornton was agent in
charge of FBI offices located in
Springfield, 111., Pittsburgh, Hon-
olulu and Portland, Ore., before
assuming his duties in January,
1946, as agent of the office lo-
cated in Miami.
Thornton received considerable
attention as a result of his cap-
ture of William Kuehn, a German
spy found in the Hawaiian Isl-
ands, who subsequently received
a sentence of 50 years in a federal
penitentiary.
The Friday luncheons, which
take place at the Downtown club,
Seybold arcade, Miami, are a
weekly activity of Sholem lodge
under the chairmanship of Bur-
nett Roth.
UNRRA PROVIDES FOOD
FOR 23 COUNTRIES
NEW YORK, June 21.The
hungry and starving people of 23
countries are eligible to receive
the food contributed through the
emergency food collection, it was
announced today by Secretary of
Commerce Henry A. Wallace, na-
tional chairman of the drive.
The countries receiving UNRRA
assistance are Albania, Austria,
Byelorussia, China, Czechoslo-
vakia, Dodecanese Islands, Ethi-
opia, Finland, Greece, Hungary,
Italy, Korea, Philippines, Poland,
Ukraine and Yugoslavia. The six
other liberated countries in Eu-
rope eligible to receive the food
are Belgium, France, Nether-
lands, Denmark. Luxembourg and
Norway. Famine-stricken India
is also eligible.
The allocations committee for
the emergency food collection,
Mr. Wallace stated, will allocate
both the food that is bought with
cash gifts to the collection and
the contributed food canned in
tin. William L. Batt, former vice
chairman of the War Production
board, is chairman of the alloca-
tions committee.
Allocations will be based on
UNRRA reports of need. The food
will be distributed free of charge
to hungry and starving people.
Mr. Wallace said that the larg-
est individual donation so far re-
ceived at national headquarters
of the drive. 100 Maiden lane.
New York city, is an anonymous
gift of S6.652.43 representing the
life savings of a working woman
in a West Coast city.
Mitchell Wolfson, Wometco
theater official, was elected one
of four vice presidents of the Mo-
tion Picture Theater Owners of
America at their convention at
Columbus, Miss.
Jack Benny completed 14 years
in radio when he presented his
last program of the season, Sun-
day, May 26. The show originated
from New York. The 1945-46
radio season has seen the Wauke-
gan Wit present some of the best
programs of his career. Intro-
duced to Jack's audience were
Artie Auerbach in the role of the
hot dog salesman and two ex-
tremely successful novelty songs,
One-zy, Two-zy" and "Pickle in
the Middle."
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Elite Guards to practice their
most bestial erotomania experi-
ments on the bodies of those help-
less men and women. It seems
that the synagogue, which stood
in a rather populous quarter,
had been too accessible a place,
too much in the public eye and
ear. Few passed through the pris-
on neighborhood in the evening
to hear the screams and moans of
the tortured prisoners coming
through the barred windows.
The SS Standart Gruppe sta-
tioned at the prison was in charge
of a certain August Deffner, a
thin, anemic, long-nosed fellow,
who was like Hoist Wessel the
son of an evangelical pastor from
Elberield-Barmen and like t
city, and some quite inconceivable
to the normal mind, were pel
Ktrated there virtually under the
nvs of the Christian people oi
&m. For everybody knew
what was going on In the UPP
stories of the jail on nighte when
Herr Deffner and his company ot
EHt" Guards were carousing jnd
amusing themselves. Word of M
was whispered from house to
house. Turnkeys and wardens and
orderlies at the penitentiary_ we
Dutch feUow citizens. They knew.
They saw day by day to what in-
dignities and torments the Jews,
were subjected. They talked, be
it in guarded language, ol Wliai
they saw and heard.
Y, t what could the people do
about .tv What could anyone do?
i of Nazi satyriasis, a C,v and lodge a protest at the local
frustrated intellectual who had Gestapo headquarters. Write
newspapers.
become a follower of Hitler in the
chAS when the movement's lead-
ership swarmed with pimps, pe-
derasts, homosexuals, and white
slav.s. I kni w the Nazi leaders.
as well as Hoist Wessel, in the
days of the party's rise to power.
I know whereof I speak. 1 can
will bl lieve the accounts of the
lew SUrviVOrS of thai episode 111
the Gorcum prison when they
declare it to have been an un
adulterated, unimaginable hell.
letter to the newspapers.' Tell
Herr Deffner to his face that he
was an uncivilized barbarian, a
.sadist, a neuropathic pervert.'
Hit some lone German over the
head in retaliation on a dark
night or push him into the canals
as the youths of Rotterdam were
doing?
All very well! But not every
man is a hem. Not every man will
take his lite in hands and brave a
power that has made a specialty
Your Personol^Problems
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE )
a ,re not exclusively poor
Si-en" the? are found in mid-
dle-class families too.
To have a maid or not to have
, maid is unimportant. To play
card! or go to luncheons is not
mportant One may or may not,
." he or she believes. But parent-
hood is no, a life of e or ,
delegation of responsibility to
Ld people. Cards may be
plaved, luncheons attended. But
,/ ,-esponsib.lities of parenthood
also retire that the children, be
looked after, as an Initial duty
before anything else, before the
pleasures of the parents It should
never be an issue as between a
social life and raising of children.
Because I know that a parent can
lo a better job, a more lasting
job than any run-of-the-mine
maid.
George Kaufman. Arthur Sch-
wartz and Ira Gershwin have fin-
ished "Park Avenue," their new
musical for fall production on
Broadway, and Georgie pulls out
f.r Manhattan this week. It looks
like another smash hit for the
boys.
LEGAL NOTICES
Deffner took his private pleas- Lf mthlessness and Serecklich-
Ure in selecting a lew Jews when kt,lt TnL, ,-epressional apparatus
the Sadistic lust came upon him, |of tne Germans in Holland, as,
chaining them up to the wall and everywhere else, was a machine;
ciushmg their bare toes with the of formidable might and relent-
heels of his hobnailed boots. He i ss vindictiveness. It was not
would bung in his friends and something to deal with lightly
cronies to watch the spectacle of
two Jews who had been given a
dagger, fighting one another. If
he could manage, h< preferred to
I ave a son oppose his father. The
Elite Guards sat around the ring
with whips to urge and drive the
iin n on to cut and wound each
other. Refusal or showing half-
IS in the duel brought
i verest punishment, a beat-
ing with lead-loaded sticks in the
region of the kidneys that left th<
victims unable to walk for days.
In that prison took place un-
mentionable things, compared to
which the horrors of the Inquisi-
tion air mere innocent childish
pranks. Every conceivable a.tro-
lt had teeth. It brooked no inter-
ference, allowed no criticism or
admonition to compassion; no
whisper of dissent or appeal to
n, It struck, crushed, man-
gled, annihilated anyone daring
to raise himself in its path. The
least overt act or word of opposi-
tion to the New Order was an-
swered with totalitarian Nazi
thoroughness and dispatch. The
people were overawed by the
might of the system, by its cruel-
ty and by its machinelike heart-
lessness. They were themselves in
a fog of terror,Copyright 194t>
Seven Arts Feature Syndicate.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE is iii:i:i:r.V GIVEN that
the iRage in
.- I..OIK- I'f
A-l LANDS M '. SERVICE .n 2238
N, W, Mian Is I
....' .,f the Cli -
cult C .;"- i ; i -"' ''' i".
l."l ;.- C SCHATZ
HARRY DII
At'..111-.'. f. 11'. Ci i bulldl -
' |- : i, t- i-:i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. gage In
Hctli ii name ol
S I 'I 'i'. I IBAK Ci .n 1340 Col-
. B< Intend! to
reglstei said H .tli the e'W-rk of
irt '. Dade County,
Kl rlda.
If. 1 BCHWEIGER, Owner.
6 7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICES
NOI li i: IS HEREBY G1VBN thai
the undi iring to tjugaai '"
Ini ... the I ... nine ol
KEMUKANUT DECORATORS, at 1208
i l Sth Strei 1. Miami, lMd.-
Kloiidu, Inti :: to reglali
n uli ill, Clerk ol the Circuit
: intj I .
BENJAMIN 111 BIN
LOC1S I'INCHi IT
WILLIAM 1. I'AUL
Atl !.,.:.,;
1. i I :._:. .-.- LlUg.
-
6 :!-.- : '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei signed, ilesli i.
|. r the ii......t
MIAMI JEWELRY MANUFACTUR-
ING <'".. at 127 N- K 1-' Avi
Ml i ml, Fla., Intend I : i glsti i said
name with the Clerk of the Cli ill
i.,.,r i ol l lade Counl |. P urlda.
Jl iSKl'H SHAKTMAN
BERNARI i SHAKTMAN
r. ii i:. 7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i i
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious name "I
h'ERGCSON WRIGHT, al 1"7 N. E,
l-i Ave., Miami, l-'la., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clri uil Court of Dade County. PI
WALTER 1". RODDA
WILLIAM U BLA1R
|'i:i: JAY TURNER
WILLIAM 1. IWl.l.oT.
Attorney for Petitioners,
1211 Congress Bids;.
6/31 8/7-14-21-21
notice is hereby given that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage in
tlUOUl .-..one o!
MARC ABBOTT. LTD at i; Miracle
" ral U .!'..-, i:.t, :. i t reglstei
wltn til- Cli :,. 0| lhu ,-lr.
i-uit Court ol bade County, Klot.da.
DAVID MARCUS
WINIFRED S. MARCUS
HAL- IL1' .- ABBOTT
CEIL ABBOTT
MAX SILVER
.oits
-i- 7-14-21
- HERE! V GIVEN that
K to ngac< In
Itloui........ ol
-I- SERVICE, at Til
Miami Beach. Fla .
ith the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
buHlnesa under the fictitious name of
CITY LINE GROCERY, at Miami.
Fla Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit court ot
Dade County, Florida.
ARTHUR HERSHBEIN
ABE HERSHBEIN
VliN /.AM FT. HIM'iN KATZ.
Attorneys for Aiiplicunts.
D/:il 6/7-14-21-28____________
' '" ',.' irt ol
' Florida.
MARTIN LA 11 iSc,\
rHER LAIBSON
1 >adi
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 41995
Notice is hereby given that AN.
DREXEL, holder as assignee of City
of Hlaleah Tax Certificate Numbered
is; dated the 1st day of June. AD.
94! has filed said Certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to Issue thereon In accord-
.,: ,. with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dade County. Florida,
" l"t' 11 nioek 4KB 13th Addition to
Hlaleah, In the City of Hlaleah. County
Of Hade. Btate of Florida.
The assessment of said property
tinder the Certificate Issued was in
the name of Cnknown. t:nless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
Int to law, lax deed will Issue thereon
on the 2Srd day of July. A.D. 1948.
Dated this isth day of June. A.D.
B, Ii LKATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court,
Ihide County, Florida.
By N C STERRETT. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
i, 21-28 T 5-12-U
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet
lliiildlng. Miami. Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY KASTOFF
6 21-28 7'..-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Do- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHARLES ART HAIRDRESS1NG
SALON OF NEW YORK, at 16J0
Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CHARLES CLUCK
DIANA COOPER8MITH.
Attorney f..r Applicant.
" 24-11 6 7-14-21
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Ii islness under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL MAKING COMPANY (not
il I, al Miami. Hade County. Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARX FEIN BERG
Attorney for Applicant
RUTH DAVIDSON.
Sole Owner.
6 11-38 7 .".-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- ss under the fictitious name of
THE RAPHAELS, at 14 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
laid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude Countv, Florida
ROSA LEVITAN
- 212, 7 -,-,2.f9MKUA RA,,"AEI'
8/24-ji .7.^:7""' A- nNKE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
?,?? u.".d,"r """ fictitious name of
KENLETOH ARMS APT8., f.80 N. E
2nd street, intends to register the
said nun. win, the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida
GEORGE! W. BCHtJELsSt,
As I luste.- under Trust Agreement
dated May |1, Km, between
George W. Schueler and Evelyn
'. Spadaro.
MYERS. IIKIMAN A KAPI^N
Aitoiii.-ys for Applicant.
" 1 1 ITS 7/6
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tha.underslgned, desiring to engaa-eln
th
busln
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,. undersigned, desiring to engage In
...mltiess under the fictitious name of
ROYAL JUVENILE FURNITUREI 4
TOYS al 688 N. W, :ith Street. Mi-
,,n. intend to register said name with
"he Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County- "''"'"sai-L KOLTUN.
\\':}'\s KOPPELMAN,
I'HILII' COHEN
NATALIE M. WEINSTETN,
20 Lincoln Road,
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Partners.
Sole i iwner.
fi/21-2-i 7 --12-19
BUY SAVINGS BONDS!
BUY THEM NOWl
NOTICE 18 HEREBY ciiv~KS- thi"T
Cerk of mS'c. SS1 !'.lim" w",; -
'nt, l-wlda.1^"" CUrt of ***<
NOTI B IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
his ness under th. fictitious name of
[ .' V'"KW"UM. ati 214 Vatancli
A\e., ( oral Gables, Fla., Intend to
KJ'otaS1 ,'"V"r w.,lhr,'cSA ot
Fll.rlda Urt of Dade County.
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Teitelbaum, Federation vice-president; M. Wobouki, exeeulivr
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Schoenfeld, vice-president; Rabbi Mendel Chodro, l\.T
Samuel Kalb, executive committee member, and Rabbi QJm\
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^^m^^^v.^Ssmma^V^S PAGE TEN +JeJstincrldto£___ UJA Okoys Community Representation Plan Local communities will be in on the policy making of the United Jewish Appeal hereafter as a result of the efforts of a committee of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Although the general assembly of the Federation voted against national budgeting, a provisional committee composed of several federations from large cities succeeded in getting the UJA to approve community representation. The recommendation provides that one-third of the total membership of the UJA governing committee be representatives of local communities, appointed by the communities themselves, and that two-thirds be selected by the UJA member agencies. This is the first time that community representation has been extended by a national overseas agency. In the Houses of Worship IN THE MAIL BOX To The Jewish Floridian: Hats off to our president! Evidently because of lack of reports, or rather—reports of interest—from the B'nai B'rith convention, President Al Pallot was quick on the trigger and instead of a regular meeting, he staged a triangle talk about the recent railroad strike with representative railroad owners, railroad union leaders and the press. All this was followed by questions from the audience. It was very interesting as well as instructive. I know every one enjoyed the meeting, but what about our convention? What have we (our delegates) accomplished? NATHAN ADELMAN. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Arenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman Conservative Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. The Bar Mitzva Of Freddie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldenblank, will be observed. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. Hebrew classes now in session. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 171h Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamchei Orthodox TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Reform Ba bbi Colman A. Zwitman will resume his duties as rabbi of Temple Israel by conducting services this evening. Words of welcome will e delivered by several ra bbis and ministers. A reception will be held in Kaplan hall after the servici s. TEMPLEBETH~~SHOLOM Chase Ave.al 41st St., Miami Bch Rabbi Leon Kronisn Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Friday evening services. 5.30 p.m. High Holy clays, Sept. 26, 1940. Kabalas Shabbos. 7 p.m. Satui day morning services. 9 a.m. The rabbi will preach on the •'Portion MlSS Karp KeveaiS of the Week." Shalos Sudos, 7:15 | M, ews of Betrothal p.m. Religious school daily from 9 a.m. till noon. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Emanuel Barkan Conservative being Ellen Jordan N. Klein, tire man 1-c has been discharged at Jacksonville and plans lo enter Northwestern university shortly. He participated in the invasion of Adak. Alaska. A graduate of Technical High school, he is the son of Mrs. Ann Klein, 2561 Pinetree dr. Friday evening services. 7:30 p.m. Saturday services. 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha. 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos. 7:15 p.m. Young People's league dance for young nun and women, cepted foi admittance in the New 8:30 p.m." Sunday. Boy Scout York Medical college. A summer wedding is planned by Miss Bernice Karp and Dr. Lester H. Frank, whose i ngagement has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Karp, 420 15th st. Miss Karp was graduated recently from the University of Miami where she was awarded the ience degree in chemistry. She is a member of N'u Kappa Tau. honorary society for woman, and has been actroop meeting, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services. 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Mincha. 7:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion of the Week.'' Religious school sessions Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. till noon. W^S &2dm ROHAIMS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints 6 Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner The son Of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Frank. 930 10th st., Dr. Frank received his degree in dental ery from Northwestern uniVI rsity and was recently diseharg" ed as a captain after three and If yeai s' si rvice in the Army, including duty in the European theatre. The engagement was announced at a dinner for 35 persons at the Versailles hotel. Other parties ring the couple havi been given by Mr. and Mrs. Irving D. Neustien of N< w York, uncle and aunt of the bride-elect; Mr. and Mrs. Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawn nee Gilbert. BEACH BANK PLANS FALL OPENING 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 54026 Opi ning date of the new North Shore Bank may be Oct. 1 according to F. Rouse Smith, recently elected president. ^ To be located at 71st st. and Collins ave. in an area where no bank exists at present, the North Shore will be the third commercial bank in the Beach, it is reported to have available $400,000 capital, $75,000 surplus, and $25000 undivided profits upon call. In addition to Smith, bank officers are Shepard Broad, first vice president: Albert Pick, second vie president and cashier. Directors are John A. Haynsworth, Charles Baez, Dr. Morris Goodman, J. Claude Carroll, George S. Poittz, jr., Robert C. Martin Dr. Louis G. Lytton and E. E. Brett. 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 does not nil an careless talk! TRULY NOLEN, Preildeai DRINK PLENTY OF QZripure W Water DtUVmo TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c 'Plus Bottle Oepotit PHONE 2-4128 Aaron Kirschenbaums Exchange Vows Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kirschenbaum are on a three weeks' honeymoon trip to New York state and Pennsyvania, following their wedding at Beth Jacob June 9. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated at the ceremony in which the former Miss Ethel Mazer spoke her vows. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mazer, C42 Michigan ave., was attended by her cousin, Gertrude Brown, as maid of honor, and Helaine Kirschenbaum and Charlotte Safra as bridesmaids. Bernard Kirschenbaum was best man for his brother, and ushers were Edwin Benjamin and Gene Ehrlich. Mr. Kirschenbaum's cousins, Gloria and Rona Greenwald, were flower girl and ringbearer. Mrs. Kirschenbaum is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school and a member of the YW HA. Her husband, son of the Sam Kirschenbaums, 5010 N. W. Fifth ave., served in the Army air forces for three years and spent nine months in England and France. Here for the wedding from out of town were the bridegroom's uncle, Willie Eisen, New York; the bride's uncle, Harry Mazer, and her aunt, Mrs. Rose Safra, both of Philadelphia. A reception and dinner, at the Strand restaurant, were held after the ceremony. On their return to Miami Beach, the Kirseh-. enbaums will make their home with her parents. ZgPAY.romJ NAVY VETERAN^ "Wagement of C 0 "!^ > >tl Walter Winchell's first book, "Gift of Laughter," will be published by Simon and Schuster in October. It will contain the best humorous stories, anecdotes, and witty lines gleaned from more than 20 years of Walter's columns. The material will run the gamut from Salleys in Our Alley, Confucius Say, Retorts Swelegant, Sounds in the Night, Manhattan Murals, and Quotation Marksmanship to Midtown Melodramas. If silence is becoming to a wise man, how niueii more so to a fool? Miss Clare Estelle Weitz, to a Cohen at a party for 12 relatii and friends in the garden oft home recently. Miss Woitz was graduate Miami Technical High sd, commercial art department; attended the University of Her fiance, the son of Mrs. A Cohen of Miami, and the m Mayor Samuel E. Cohen of J sup, Ga., attended schools in; sup and i ently completed^ |y foul • %  • nice in thelS including duty in the Ban theatre. No date has been set for | wedding. Y EXHIBITS CRAFTS An exhibition of artsandc. work done by members is „ being shi wn at the Beach Y. Featured in the exhibit arei ver jewelry, mppcr and alu nuin work, plastics, woodwu leather, raffia and felt goods i well .i ; ;.!>i< r mache masks,t_ caroni bead work and paintiq done in watercolors, pastels i oils. If thy wile :.small, bendi to take her counsel IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get Liberal Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details 1111 Lincoln Road Va Block East ol W* CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION RNOUICH Orr $10,000,000.00 C L. CLEMENTS. President



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BSSSSl m?mm^v^£^mzsm PAGE EIGHT +Je*lsincrMtarL FRIDAY, JUNE 21, BUREAU CONTINUES TEACHERS' TRAINING Continuation of the teachers' training group was announced by A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, this week. Gannes holds the Sunday school teachers' training class at his office from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each Tuesday. Members of the class have completed one year's work and will receive teachers' certificates at the end of their second year, Gannes said. What may be the story scoop of the year is this: Phil Bloom is fresh back in Hollywood from New York with the rights of the life story of Sara Delano Roosevelt. The price on the story is half a million. And all the proceeds are to go to the Warm Springs foundation. BBG May Convene Here If Polio Decreases in Greater Possibility of the convention of the B'nai B'rith Girls and Young Women taking place M th... novsky, director of girls WOIK for the fifth district. Originally scheduled to be held in Miami Beach June 23. the district convention was called off due to tl %  polio situation. Although several other cities were willing to have the convention, hotel accommodations were una\ ailable. If the incidence of polio continues to decrease, the convention may be held here after all. Mil s Carnovsky said. Civic League To Install Officers At Dinner-Dance ..,:ii ko metalled as president of the Miami is week by Miss Gertrude Carl h ote Saturday evening. Members of the Beach city council will be quests of the organization. Officers recently elected with Emmer are James Jimmie Alhert first vice president; James Halley. second vice president; A thu Wshman.secretary; Harold Ungerleider treasurer. Elected to the board of governors were P. J. Davis, Louis Gillman, Henry Green, Harry Magid, Sam Rutter, Ed Singer, and Harry Sirkin Award of the league's second annual scholarship was recently made to Daniel Howard Kohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kohl. The sum of $450 tuition is given annually to a male student of Miami Beach who is judged for his scholastic achievement, good citizenship, athletic ability and school leadership. Young Kohl has chosen to attend the University of Florida. i William Alvin, selected last year by the league, has since served in the Navy, but expects to be out of the service soon to resume his studies. His scholarship moneyis deposited in a bank for him. Scholarship committee members of the league are Emmer, chairman, and Charles S. Tobin, Herman Barnett, Joseph Langncr and Jerome Goodman. Activities of the leagues are four-fold—civic, charitable, educational and social. A man without a fitting companion is like a left hand without the right. U N V E I L I N G A monument to the memory of Mrs. Rose Aronovitz, late wife of Abe Aronovitz, will take place at 3 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbis Max Shapiro, Jacob Kaplan and Colman A. Zwitman will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Mrs. Rebecca Shapiro will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, assisted by Cantor Abraham Friedman. Friends and relatives are asked to be present. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Issie Taub will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Gordon Monument company is in charge of arrangements. Friends and relatives are requested to be present. SPECIALIZED F.NCYCLOPEDIA EDITOR HEAD SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL Dr. Isaac Landman (right), editor of the "Universal Jewish Encyclopedia" and director ol the Academy for Adult Jewish Education, Brooklyn, was elected president of the Synagogue Council oi America, succeeding Rabbi Herbert S. Goldstein (left). The Council is the only body embracing all national religious organizations (laj and rabbinical), Reform, Orthodox and Conservative. Dr. Landman pledged his administration to "restore to the American Jewish seem tlic historic primacy and authority of the synagogue." —Photo by Ben Fasman. Vote the Mizrachi Ticket THE SHEKEL is the symbol of national unity MIZRACHI is the symbol of religious national totality By Voting the MIZRACHI Ticket You help build an integrated Eretz Israel — A religious national Holy Land for the entire Jewish people. VOTE MIZRACHI SUNDAY. JUNE 30th. 1946 MIZRACHI ZIONISM IS COMPLETE, HISTORIC ZIONISM CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING MOTH PROOFS — MILDEW PROOFS — DEODORIZES Carpet and Linoleum Laying and Repairing Tile and Tcrrano Cleaning and Sealing Refinishing Venetian Blinds Interior and Exterior Painting SALZER BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICE 19 S. W. bth ST. PHONE 27232 ^^^MBBl^ FREE ESTIMATES S^BMBMB^BM FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Distributors Phone 2-6141 It Costs No More 1 Ask Your Delicatessen for the B-st ] OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. 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ft .. I Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 __PhoneJ-1141 --^rJ^^&^&v^vz? off,ce Published Every Friday Since1W Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor NUMBER 25 VOLUME 19 iN Miami 18, Florida, Friday, June 21, 194b SIVAN 22, 5706 sources. AN INSULT TO AMERICA (Conlinued from Page One) But Mr. Bevin is a British spokesman, one of the highest officials in the British Government. It must, therefore, be as assumed that when he flatly rejected the Anglo-American,09m mittee's recommendation with regard to the admission to Palesline of 100,000 displaced Jews, he was, in fact, disclosing his Government's official policy. But if that was the intention his action was even more contemptible, for it was he who not long ago declared that no decision would be made on the Palestine report before June 20, the expiration date for submission of views by Jews and Arabs. By announcing the decision before the expiration date, Mr. Bevin has not only demonstrated his lack of sincerity and basic honesty, but he has insulted the American Government as wellfor it was understood that both the Governments of the United States and Britain were acting under a common agreement when they asked Jewish and Arab bodies to submit statements giving their views on the report. But Mr. Bevin went even further. He has impugned dishonest motives to the United States in its humanitarian efforts on behalf of the Jewish people. He has cast a cloud on the honesty of the motives behind the adoption of Palestine planks by America's majoi political parties. He has thrown mud in the face of the American Congress, the voice of the American people, which adopted Palestine resolutions favorable to the Jewish cause. He toyed with the sensibilities of the American people by first cajoling the American Government into an AngloAmerican committee and then making naught of its findings in I the face of President Truman's insistence, before the formation of the committee and after the completion of its findings, that immediate action be taken to transfer the 100.000 Jews to Palestine. He first attached unwarranted and unjustified conditions to Britain's acceptance of the report, and then turned around and rejected it unqualifiedly. Britain stands alone in the world. Without American aid she would be doomed to a role of insignificance on the international scene. The American people hate perfidy, whether it is of Jap or British make. The American people, with their high sense of fair play, will not take the insult lying down. JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, LM6, J. T. A.) QUESTION: Why is if customar v to cover Chalas (loavee of SbbSh bread) on £**•£ „ing before and during the r. cital of he K.ddush? ANSWER: The BnSWCri to this cuesuon are quite varied in commentaries. Some art of tM opinion that making the bleswngl over the wine would show neglect

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IK, INI ^JewhtincrMiaifj yjwrfdxu} LD FROM '* |U Harry S-g-g L their son, A// n W They plan Cweeks and wdf I !" -i. hefore re^' annah MUMilp£f2 K his family ax. Km ^ lives in [Mass. • • Lery G. Herzberg. dear ee al Com 78th commencejay... Mr. and Mrs. F 1720 Lenox ave.. [their wedding anniL, a plane trip to Lawrence Singer is L home from Manila L a year overseas. t Wm. D. Singer, [New York today and Vin his wife in CleveI she is vacationing. Ljs' two daughters, U Dotty, are attendEMaine.. • Mr. and iupferstein will leave L spend the summer %  the New York mounjce Dacks and her s. Harry Dacks, will 1 for New York city. Dice will attend Cojiversity during the ..jsion. A Spanish jhe University of MiI a senior and a memJna Delta Pi, national tnorary fraternity be Wolpert entertain%  ch in honor of her |udith, Sunday morni Sonya Danbaum, I Ben Danbaum, 200 llto dr., was awarded [school diploma at 1, Kinosha, WiB., Miss Danbaum, | to enter the Universi in the fall, was a I the school year book I won special recoger work as manager : bond sales at the Jrcelline Glickman, mezzo soprano, oi i a guest at the Dorjj with her mother. I Glickman Mr. 1 Louis Ellis of the Wei celebrated their m g anniversary reptertaining at cock'• %  San Marco island I Pi Lambda Phi fraIthe University of MfnnyKohl, son of Mi. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Kohl, 2115 Michigan ave.. and Ronnie Lery. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levy. 1524 Jefferson ave. Pledged to Tau Epsilon Phi were Gerald Sheftell, son of the j eT jy Sheftelle, 734 15th St., and jerry Slesinger. whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel D. Slesinger. of 535 15th si Lt Coret To Merry MU Helen Goodman Mr. artO Mfft Eric Goodman, of Richmond 1 Cafff., re announcing the engagement and approaching marriage at their sister, Miss Helen Goodman, Jo Lt. Irving Allen Coret, son of pr. and Mrs.'Frank Coret of Miami An early July wedding s bwing planned by the couple who will be married at WestoV Field, Mass., where Lt. Coret is now stationed with the Army medical corps. Dr. and Mrs. Coret will attend the wedding. Miss Goodman is a graduate of the University of Cologne, Germany, and took postgraduate work at Columbia univeritty and the University of California. During the war, she served in the WAC. An alumnus of Miami Senior High school, Lt. Coret was graduated from the medical school of Emory university where he also took his pre-medical work. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the national honorary medical fraternity and helped found the Emory chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. Lt. Coret entered the Army in September, 1944. MISS MARCUS FETED AT COCKTAIL PARTY White gladioli and red roses provided the setting for the engagement party given by Mr. and Mrs. William Irving Marcus, 6844 Harding ave., Sunday at the Shelborne hotel for their daughter, Miss Joan Marcus, and her fiance, David Lesser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lesser, 510 W. 31st St., Miami Beach and Boston. There were 75 guests. Cocktails were served in the oceanfront lounge. Miss Marcus attended the University of Miami after being graduated from the Lear school, Miami Beach. Mr. Lesser, who has been in military service for three years, received his education in Boston schools. He served one year at Guam. The wedding will take place in October. Even when the gates of heaven are shut to prayer, they are open to those of tears. Additional Society News on Pago* 10 and 11 %  u •won .'Ma*; %  wn an i %  Ha "m urn *5 nn wali R T?? GROUND HONORS ITS HEROES f *e i,„ % billb ards all over Palestine are these orrni no T ^ vai Leumi (National Military Organise Ur*Lr public about *• mortal casualties sufna ground in clashes with the British. PAGE THREE ADLER'S STRICTLY KOSHER SUPER MARKET 1007 S. W. 27th AVENUE 4-3926 FREE D ELIVERY DAILY Courteous Treatment Give Us A Trial And Be Convinced 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 ADLER'S 1007 S. W. 27th Ave. Phone 4-3926 Miami NOT CONNECTED WITH ANY OTHER MARKET IN GREATER MIAMI 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 I i i r %  ''I' i 1 I I i %  h I < i !" ; ? : i %  ? %  i



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wv.wzu^ +Je*lstrk>rldlan PAGE SEVEN B'NAI B'RITH NOTES JStf* Scr.ary. Sh.l.m Lod 0 l^ P !Sque^" Well, our estiS,e Brothers Ben B'rith were "*M naoping on Tuesday, June aught nappB "', C iting meeting in months 1 "2d on y 25" persons attended! fit Sassett. from Washington. Resenting the Railroad Brothod, was shocked to hear that 1st of our 1,000 members chose I 3 ng around with a mint julep S3 than hear our panel disSn on "The Truth About the U.y Labor Case." Representatives of many civic and labor Uoups were in the audience. Ttcre were as many women as „ w But veddy few members of $ h J e m lodge—although more tban 2.000 pieces of mail in the torn of bulletins and announcement cards had been sent to them. Several day* before the forum, newsmen and photographers (sensed a story, interviewed the principal speakers, Edward N. Claughton and Earl C. Bassett, printed their comment and pictures. One local paper thought enough of B'nai B'rith public affairs program to send a reporter J to cover the meeting. Another [.editorialized the affair. Wide| : spread publicity was given the I discussion in following issues. But 1 Shis had no meaning for our own loovs. Oh, no. They preferred the escapist's frosty drink, the nnl spot under the tree. Our of[ fir uM members of the Public Affair* cnmittec were plenty l disappointed And so was I. Just to remind y'all, freres: this new committee aim* to bring you these programs because • we feel that an informed American is a better American. When your neighbor is on strike, there's a solid reason for it, and our conscience says we'd better find out J why. Even if you have to desert lltfie pinochle table for an evening Itfi do it. Then a serious question on curIjfent affairs pops up, can you wade I n arid answer it? Or do you I ioilk ,tfl into a corner and pretend to amuse the goldfish? Let's get hep, brothers. These are serious times Marx Feinberg *jid Burnett Roth come back to tIMrii this week Cheers for John Krcnenfeld, Gil Balkin, Jerry Weinki-, Dan Satin, Bob Levin, EIry Stone, Wallie Maer and Fmddie Shwhet of the Public Affairs team. Grit meeting! President Al Pallot's pic in the Jewish Monthly for Jene: member of B'nai B'rith's National Vets Advisory committee. Thanks to the charming Mrs. Tina Katz and Jean Silvermun for their services at the B'nai B'rith office last week. Our programs must go on, and volunteers are always welcome in 330 Seybold bldg. Drop in any time. A series of five interesting evenings is being planned for all youth groups in Greater Miami under the supervision of various organizations interested in youth activities. The program will include movies, prominent speakers and entertainment. (Call Miss Carnovsky, 3-6306, if you'd like to help.) Sam B. Miller's doing a real job on the Hillel Advisory council pledges. Harold Turk, ditto. Louis Touby's the angel and guiding spirit behind Sam Carouthers' "Southern Conference for Human Welfare." Nice work, Mr. T. Orchid Dept.: Gil Balkin's sharp book review of "The Plot Against the Peace" at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt club. Betty Weintrub's noble assistance on a mail project. Thank y'all. Welcome to new Brothers Maurice Dworkin, Nathan Goldberg, Eli Lazare, David Jacobson and Theodore Sakowitz. Steadfast brothers at our weekly Friday luncheons at the Downtown club: Dr. S. Bear, Eli Hurewitz, Phil Wallach, Bill Pallot, Dr. Oren, Nat Hurewitz (sales dynamo), Alex S. Cohen, John Schulman and George J. Talianoff. Joseph E. Thornton, chief agent of the FBI, will be next Friday's luncheon speaker. See y'all there? Mrs. Stashower Named Zionist Secretary Mrs. Ida Stashower has been engaged as executive secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist district, Jack Bunis, acting president, announced this week. Mrs. Stashower has opened an office at Temple Beth Sholom and will do work for the Beach B'nai B'rith as well as the Zionists. Formerly of New York, Mrs. Stashower has been a winter visitor here for many years and moved here in October. Active in Zionist work for a nwnber of years, she was a fxwWf r and national secretary of Hadassah and served as secretary i to Hkwietta Szold, Hadassuh founder. Stsv was also a delegate to the Ziuuwi congress held in I London aftei W, A l d War I and was vice prisidtnt of the Zionist district number seven in New .York city.. Miami Y Camp to Open With 62 Children LIFE OF SCIENTIST TO BE BROADCAST The Miami Y home camp will open its eighth season of activities Monday morning under the direction of Miss Virginia Franklyn, head counsellor, and a staff of about 14 other counsellors. Sixty-two children had registered for the camp by Wednesduy afternoon) Maurice Grossman, executive director reported. Campers were given physical examinations by Dr. George Lister and a board of health nurse yesti rday in the absence of Dr. Harold Rand, camp physician. Emphasis will be on quiet games and Jewish content in the camp program. A graduate of Hunter college, N.Y., Miss Franklyn majored in physical education and has been associated with the Y for the past few months. Having recently completed a successful Broadway engagement opposite Martha Scott in "Soldier's Wife," Myron McCormick will be heard Sunday morning in "Dr. Joseph Goldberger," the second playlet in the "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" series of radio dramas scheduled for Calls Executive Meeting Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president of the Jewish Social Service bureau, has at'Jed a meeting of her executive committee for Monday evening at Btu'i David. The committee consists rf officers and Judge Hann'd Spaet, (Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. MorrH .Selig. Miami JWV Post Meets Entertainment for hospitalized veterans and a radio and press cumpaign will be planned by Jewish War Veterans at a meeting of the Freda Markowitz post number 174 8:15 p.m. Monday at the Miami Y. He who teaches his son no trade is as if he taught him to steal. Beach MRS. iMARY SCHRESHlCfc. "epresentatlTe MYRON MCCORMICK 8:30 a.m. each Sunday morning for 13 weeks over radio station WIOD. The dramatization of the life of Dr. Joseph Goldberger depicts the adventures of a man who helped beat the hidden enemies of humanity—enemies visible only under the microscope. Appearing with McCormick in this radio show are Roger DeKoven and Gilbert Mack. What the child says out of doors he has learned indoors. IN GREATER MIAMI Mrs. M. Schrebnick of 414 Eighth St., rias returned .'jom a six weeks' trip. She was tl*?fcuest of Mr. and MrsL. Trachtflni?J"g at their summer home in EllenvDle, N. Y., for five weeks. *5h* visited her older sister, Mrs. B Susskind, to New" York and her younger brother, Joe Herzenberg, in Franklin., N. J. In Brunswick. N. J., she visited her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Laurie, and their daughter, Edith Barbara, another niece, Miss Pearl, of New York; and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Susskind, also of N. Y. Before returning home she stopped at Jacksonville to see Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Berns and daughter, Margie, and her oldest brother, Henry Herzenberg. In honor of Mr. Herwnberg's 80th birthday, a famtfly dinner was held. Guests inchutMKl J. Weiss, who had just celtibnUfid his 82nd birthday. ^ THE Q/uci-HAt MANAftNG'S "THE h SLEPT Ci **tt-u enema sTea& n'vf'*' IAK COUNTRY rftliP CHICKEN 'RANK HAJbUY. JR. %  HUUUCW8 OIKCTWt £>. o ptn May iic£fiy*iiD*w mow ijioo NOON T&tfbfStft 111 L MUM AVI, MMH Ml* RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AMD FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious PastriM N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. 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^BTTS FROM EVERYWHERE^JmUhnrjrlril^r PAGE NINE QanfldenUcd .By PHINEAS J. BIRONvan clusively v ith an OKcerpt "Earth Could Be Fair." reunt you c" > b est-eller. In thit beautifully written piece p "" enS .h. tribulations of the Jewiih community in hii ... tell* BT-i t he -* THE END OF THE ROAD r 0 ](3 a nd young, sick and well, the Jews and rl auarter Jews were thrown together in a stifling the synagogue. At nine o'clock in the evening W in i^ke'd and the windows closed, and a German TS ""laced at the grill. Lights were not permitted, and ffaS ,5 v water closet was in the back of the yard, pails vlnJd during the night, causing an insufferable stench. re halt the prisoners were ill and the interior of the h0rl where straw was used for bedding but seldom refU6 embled one of those medieval lazarettes or pest' [which Saint Vincent de Paul has left us a description .hi death came as a welcom e release. Unpersons out of the one Mrs. Meyers Is Named To Third Term In JSSB Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, first ] woman to serve as president of the Jewish Social Service bureau, was elected to a third term by the board of directors last Thursday night. Other officers selected were Elry Stone, first vice president; Your Personal Problems and thirty dud during sixteen months of hunI destitution. Most of these [old folk and very young L Only when the sixteen I were over, and the misJ human degradation in the Le seemed to have reachja cynical note in the GerIBut it was not a change for ptter. Then only began the jad of sorrows. What folmust have made the sur; often think back to their Lration at the synaogue as (tively pleasant holiday. jhe late summer of 1941 the [weeded out all the young nd women from the Jewimpounds they had estaball over Holland. They i boys to the sulphur mines nany and Hungary and the i the military brothels that |set up all over Eastern in anticipation of the rs forthcoming Russian lign. Seventeen thousand j Jewish youth were deport I that way in the month of |In December of the same nly nine thousand of these klive. The rest had perishia synical note in the Ger|iazette for the Netherlands Deed on Deo in her 15. 1941, "as a result of their inability to get accustomed to the change of climate." The sinister truth is that most of the eight thousand died of the effects of brutal and purposely careless operations for sexual sterilization to which they were subjected. Of the thousands of girls and young women who were deported simultaneously with the boys no one was ever heard of again. Insofar as the Jewish community of Gorcum was concerned, this weeding out process of the youth meant a reduction of their number to seventy-two souls. This remnant was transferred to the local penitentiary for women, from which the former prisoners had been removed to Dordt. The Jews were lodged in the upper stories, the ground floor being occupied by a detail of the infamous Schutz-Staffeln or Elite Guards especially assigned to the liquidation of the Jewish problem in our community, the prison and its removed location in a little-frequented neighborhood of abandoned warebor hood or abandoned warehouses and junk yards where a tomblike silence reigned at night, made it an ideal retreat for the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 12) NTHE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI IAIE FGIMihUL • t MIAMI •I IIM! 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Baron de Hirsch Meyer was named a three-year trustee of the Baron de Hirsch loan fund which he helped establish, and Leon Kaplan was elected to a two-year trusteeship. Al Quadow, the third trustee, has another year to serve. In connection with the paid membership program adopted at the recent annual meeting, JSSB will start a membership campaign shortly when new committees are appointed. By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D. THE FUNCTIONS OF A MAID "Is my life as a young married woman complete without a maid? Do I really have all I need without a maid?" This question is often asked but the inference is insufficiently worded. What this person, jnd others like her, has not spoken is more important. Actually this person has a limited social outlook. She feels that outward signs of "making a living" outweigh peace, love, comfort. She is afraid that her friends or parents or neighbors may feel she cannot afford to have a maid and look down on her. In many small towns, the community pressure rules. In larger :enters, it is possible to be more of an individual. Why does one person choose one type of social activity, one type of furniture or another? Merely because of interest appeal ... all is based on :hat person's own concept of value. Hence, with the maid question, j the problem is raised: A maid for what purpose? To be free to Dlay cards or mah jongg or bridge; to be free to go to luncheons frequently? To do much of this activity requires that children's care md discipline be delegated to a maid or other servant. There could be no argument if a maid is chosen as carefully as i wife or a husband. Care and judgment are necessary because a parent entrusts to a maid a major responsibility of the home, raisng children. Most maids, it would seem, are just ordinary people, "ull of superstitions and myths, working at menial jobs because they :an probably find nothing else. More than one home has been robbed or disease spread because of careless hiring of a maid. A good many years ago, parents were at home to supervise the children and the maid. The nurse-type of maid is an expense which few homes can afford. They stayed with families for generations and were competent people. But all that is past. A maid rarely stays longer than three months, if that long. The frequnt :hange of maids holds a danger to a young child, the necessity of frequent readjustment to a new person. There is the further danger af inflicting on the child all the superstitions and bogeys of other :ultures, some of which can implant serious fears. The functions of a maid are often misunderstood. She is never a substitute for the parent. She does not and cannot raise a child as well as a normal parent. A maid is merely a helper in the home, a person to do the heavy work, who may be left alone with the :hild occasionally. The Harvest of Incompetence MRS. WEINKLE GIVES DINNER FOR BBG New officers of the BBG chapter of Miami Beach were honored at an installation and graduation dinner given by Mrs. Carl Weinkle at her home recently. The officers, who were installed by Mrs. Harold Turk, are Gloria Farkas, president; Rosalyn Goldstein, vice president; Phyllis Schnall, recording secretary; Bertha Eisenberg, corresponding secretary; Sally Home, treasurer; Marcia Jane Reamer, reported, and Rita Eskin, historian. Guests included Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marash. Mrs. Weinkle and Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz, sponsors, presented gifts to the graduating seniors. Jaycees Seat Officers Malvin Englander, newly eleced president of the Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, was installed Monday evening at the Strand restaurant. Other officers are Dr. S. G. Sneider, former president, now treasurer; William Segal, vice president: Earl M. Rubin, secretary, and Martin Holdoss, historian. W Sore Too Montr Collins Transport Tradlag, lae. 00 M. r. WRD ST. Phone 3-0789 Your Complete D**"*" 1,Bt Store With Quality Merchandise Washington ATO. at 13th St Miami Boacb And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler SU Miami You and I both see children who are as wild as Indians simply because the maid is incompetent and the parent rarely at home. What does it profit a mother if she has every afternoon to play cards if her children do not reflect credit upon her? In my dictionary of life, any parent can give a child more than a maid. These are the gifts of security, love, manners, orderly upbringing. Too often parents bring their misbehaving children to a counsellor desperately asking for help. But they want help after the pattern of misbehavior, illmanners, lack of respect have been deeply established through their own neglect of the child. Often, too, they want a magic pill, a "one-shot cure" and a guarntee. No professional person can give such help. No professional person can do more than help parents and child to unlearn unwanted habit patterns and stepby-step instill desirable ways. We have repeated, in these columns, that behavior is an attitude and a habit, of long growth and slowly learned. This we repeat again. The first years of a child's life are important to him and to society. Love, affection, tenderness, instruction in all the grown-up arts required for adulthood are taught during the early year*. There is no injection to counteract parental neglect. Such chil(CONTINUED ON PAGE 12) RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13M N. W 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Boot earsfor chronic tick, convaleecent end elderly people 8ANEL BEER, M. O., Mreotop Reasonable Prleee % % %  Lang* Beautiful QroundOaauM JACKFISHMAN is pleased to announce that he and hi* associates have purchased the BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT I SUPPLY CO., INC. 800 N. E. 1st Av. Phone 2-0794 Equipment A Suppliot Hotel! 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PAGE TWELVE titoictfa eonlixkniiai (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9) Elite Guards to practice their most bestial erotomania experiments on the bodies of those helpless men and women. It seems that the synagogue, which stood in a rather populous quarter, had been too accessible a place, too much in the public eye and ear. Few passed through the prison neighborhood in the evening to hear the screams and moans of the tortured prisoners coming through the barred windows. The SS Standart Gruppe stationed at the prison was in charge of a certain August Deffner, a thin, anemic, long-nosed fellow, who was like Hoist Wessel the son of an evangelical pastor from Elberield-Barmen and like t city, and some quite inconceivable to the normal mind, were pel Ktrated there virtually under the nvs of the Christian people oi &m. For everybody knew what was going on In the UPP stories of the jail on nighte when Herr Deffner and his company ot EHt" Guards were carousing jnd amusing themselves. Word of M was whispered from house to house. Turnkeys and wardens and orderlies at the penitentiary_ we Dutch feUow citizens. They knew. They saw day by day to what indignities and torments the Jews, were subjected. They talked, be it in guarded language, ol Wliai they saw and heard. Y, t what could the people do about .tv What could anyone do? i of Nazi satyriasis, a C ,v and lodge a protest at the local frustrated intellectual who had Gestapo headquarters. Write newspapers. become a follower of Hitler in the chAS when the movement's leadership swarmed with pimps, pederasts, homosexuals, and white slav.s. I kni w the Nazi leaders. as well as Hoist Wessel, in the days of the party's rise to power. I know whereof I speak. 1 can will bl lieve the accounts of the lew SUrviVOrS of thai episode 111 the Gorcum prison when they declare it to have been an un adulterated, unimaginable hell. letter to the newspapers.' Tell Herr Deffner to his face that he was an uncivilized barbarian, a .sadist, a neuropathic pervert.' Hit some lone German over the head in retaliation on a dark night or push him into the canals as the youths of Rotterdam were doing? All very well! But not every man is a hem. Not every man will take his lite in hands and brave a power that has made a specialty Your Personol^Problems (CONTINUED FROM PAGE •) A „ ,re not exclusively poor Si-en" the? are found in middle-class families too. To have a maid or not to have maid is unimportant. To play card! or go to luncheons is not mportant One may or may not, ." he or she believes. But parenthood is no, a life of e or delegation of responsibility to £Ld people. Cards may be plaved, luncheons attended. But ,„/ ,-esponsib.lities of parenthood al so retire that the children, be looked after, as an Initial duty before anything else, before the pleasures of the parents It should never be an issue as between a social life and raising of children. Because I know that a parent can lo a better job, a more lasting job than any run-of-the-mine maid. George Kaufman. Arthur Schwartz and Ira Gershwin have finished "Park Avenue," their new musical for fall production on Broadway, and Georgie pulls out f.r Manhattan this week. It looks like another smash hit for the boys. LEGAL NOTICES Deffner took his private pleasLf mthlessness and SerecklichUre in selecting a lew Jews when kt lt TnL ,e pressional apparatus the Sadistic lust came upon him, | of tne Germans in Holland, as, chaining them up to the wall and everywhere else, was a machine; ciushmg their bare toes with the of formidable might and relentheels of his hobnailed boots. He i ss vindictiveness. It was not would bung in his friends and something to deal with lightly cronies to watch the spectacle of two Jews who had been given a dagger, fighting one another. If he could manage, h< preferred to I ave a son oppose his father. The Elite Guards sat around the ring with whips to urge and drive the iin n on to cut and wound each other. Refusal or showing half%  IS in the duel brought i verest punishment, a beating with lead-loaded sticks in the region of the kidneys that left th< victims unable to walk for days. In that prison took place unmentionable things, compared to which the horrors of the Inquisition air mere innocent childish pranks. Every conceivable a.trolt had teeth. It brooked no interference, allowed no criticism or admonition to compassion; no whisper of dissent or appeal to n, It struck, crushed, mangled, annihilated anyone daring to raise himself in its path. The least overt act or word of opposition to the New Order was answered with totalitarian Nazi thoroughness and dispatch. The people were overawed by the might of the system, by its cruelty and by its machinelike heartlessness. They were themselves in a fog of terror,—Copyright 194t> Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE is iii:i:i:r.V GIVEN that the %  %  %  '• %  iRage in .I..OIKI'f A-l LANDS M '. SERVICE .n 2238 N, W, Mian Is I ....' %  .,f the Cli cult C .;"i ; i •-"' %  '' %  %  • %  i". l."l ;.C SCHATZ HARRY DII At'..111-.'. f.adi NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 41995 Notice is hereby given that AN. DREXEL, holder as assignee of City of Hlaleah Tax Certificate Numbered is; dated the 1st day of June. AD. %  94! has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to Issue thereon In accord.,: ,. with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County. Florida, l"t' 11 nioek 4KB 13th Addition to Hlaleah, In the City of Hlaleah. County Of Hade. Btate of Florida. The assessment of said property tinder the Certificate Issued was in the name of Cnknown. t:nless said Certificate shall be redeemed accordInt to law, lax deed will Issue thereon on the 2Srd day of July. A.D. 1948. Dated this isth day of June. A.D. B, Ii LKATHERMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court, Ihide County, Florida. By N C STERRETT. DC. (Circuit Court Seal) i, 21-28 T 5-12-U NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet lliiildlng. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAY KASTOFF 6 21-28 7'. %  .-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Doundersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARLES ART HAIRDRESS1NG SALON OF NEW YORK, at 16J0 Pennsylvania Avenue. Miami Beach. 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-^Wr^^I^prv^^.-',DAY, JUNE 21, 1946 -Jmlshfhrtdilan PAGE FIVE 0ple To Welcome Rabbi fobbi Colman A. litman, who served UArmychapla." r t hrce years, wfl welcomed back to Lie srael at I C servi e an c ^n^relig^ous j'civic groups in Iter Miami ^ invited to the J which will ,t 8:15 p.m., ^di to Jules ft reception comBittCC Ubi Zwitman enid the Army m „,e 1943, and serviArmy installations |£u. Sand the Lppines. As chapt a t Ft. Monmoutn Received citations the command" general of the item signal corps bter. In Leyte and jnila he received mmendation from Gen. Styer, comuidir.g general of Western Pacific, f his work in the Llippines. labbi Zwitman was organizer |a project for rebuilding the inila synagogue as a memorial | American war dead of all Ihs. The synagogue had been J by the Japanese as an amlition dump during their ocption of Manila and was m up by the Japs when they driven out of the city in bruary, 1945. Recounts of the synagogue pro, written by Rabbi Zwitman, been published in a numr of national periodicals. Highest Prices Paid I For Junk or Wrecked Cars for Badly Needed Parts. Call SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE 1 N.W. 54th St. Ph. 78-2702 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN Prior to his entry into the Army, Rabbi Zwitman was spiritual leader of Temple Israel, with which he has been connected since 1936. A graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion, he also holds degrees from New York and Columbia universities. Before coming to Miami, he occupied a pulpit in Bluefield, W. Va. His wife, Lenore, and their two sons, Joseph and Michael, who made their home in New York while Rabbi Zwitman was in the Army, have returned with him to resume residence here. Following the Temple services this evening, a public reception will be tendered by the congregation. 101 HONORS BESTATHLETES The Miami Y's champion athletes were honored Saturday night at a dance at which they were presented awards by George Chertkof, president. First half of the Miami Annex number two league tournament was taken by the Ys Softball team, managed by Bob Miller, it was announced. The Y's varsity basketball team, which was runner-up in the Miami YMCA league, received the league cup and individual prizes. Team members honored were Dave Lakowitz, Horsey Gladstone, Mac Kinsbruner, Manny Lubel, Jack Miller, Judge Jack Rosen, Allen Gordich, Gene Heiman, John T. Manley, Elmer Oliphant, Ed Stern, Harlan Wiss, Simon Stern, business manager, and Mike Rand, coach. Members of the basketball team captained by Harlan Wiss received medals for winning the Y intramural contest. They are Edgar Kaplan, Allen Gordich, Albert Kohn, Bernard Swichkow, Simon Stern, Paul Cootner, Joseph Mintzer, Eddie Soniberg. Awards in the table tennis contest went to Rente Jacobson, winner, and Maxine Bender, runnerup, in the girls' singles. Felice jBobson and Joan Morris placed 'third and fourth. In the boys' singles, Harvey Stahl and Don Berkowitz won first and second prizes. Charles Rosenblitt and Ed Bialos placed third and fourth. Simon Stern and Dave LakoFace Facts What youngster (and perhaps an oldster or two) has not been thrilled to read in the comic strip and to listen via the airwaves of the adventures of Superman? Recently the Superman radio series, heard locally over the Mutual network, WKAT, 5:15 p.m., underwent a change as dynamic and as metamorphic as some of Sup( rman's remarkable feats. It became a series with an educational message denouncing intolerance and bigotry and promoting harmony and good-neighborlincss. Previously, busily engaged in fighting imaginary death rays, fantastic space machines and sundry scientific phenomena, Superman has turned his attt ntion to such every-day problems as racial and religious persecution, bigotry and snobbery. A commercially sponsored program, then was finger-crossing as to whether the youths woulaVj go for the long-hair stuff. Yet, it .seems the youngsters like the ir Superman programs served with a sugar-coated pill. The sudden change in the character of the script which launched our hero on a vigorous campaign against bigotry and prejudice has produced remarkable results. The Superman program has literally shot to the number one rating in the juvenile show class on the Hooper Radio Poll. Superman is showing children the folly of prejudice and the inevitable disaster and punishment that comes from hating — and they love it. An example of these shows is one we heard last week entitled The Castle of Hatred." In the story are such characters as the Giant Prejudice and his three evil henchmen: Gossip, Scandal and False Opinion. In the end, the listeners realize that they themselves have built the Castle of Hatred. It is finally destroyed— through love. The Kellogg company of Battle Creek, Mich., the current sponsors, deserve high praise and encouragement for their innovation in juvenile radio scripts. Letters of appreciation to them might be helpful in furthering the sponsors' interest in the kind of material which the program has been using. Remember it's Superman ... with a message. witz arc to play off for first place in the men's singles. Joel Diamond and Fred Cornfield were third and fourth in this division. Arrangements for the table tennis tournament were made by Marilyn Cohen, Betty Klein, Mark Seligman and Alvin Brenson. In charge of the dance were Harold Booth, president of the athletic committee, and Yvette Margulies, Betty Klein and Marilyn Cohen. Gets Master s Degree Miss Rita Grossman, news editor of The Jewish Floridian, received the degree of master of science in journalism in absntia during commencement exercises Wednesday at Northwestern university, Evanston, 111. Miss Grossman attended the university's Mcdill School of Journalism from January to September, 1945, after completing her undergraduate work at the University of Miami. LEGAL NOTICES lOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that luidmigiinl, desiring to engage In fcm under the fi.-titious name of UTESTAIt OROTERY, at fi.l N. E. fc Street. Miami. Florida. Intend to per raid name with the Clerk of I Circuit Court of Dade County, Kii CHARLES Si'HER 111 'lll-MIT KI.SON JtRT Zl'KERKI 'K. Btorney for Wh -.Star Grocery, f" unrein Road. Sol Goldttrom, of Miami Beach, has been named to the B'nai B'rith fifth district court of appeals as a representative of Florida. The court post is an honorary one. 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KMHB tewyh-IBIiOipidliiaun Qem rm^, THE JEWISH UNITY F OAli THE JEWISH W EE KLY 19 ^NUMBER 25 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1946 PRICE: TEN CENTS ,lem Seeks ige Home for a building for lodge. B'nai B'nth were iSiers of the forthcommbcrship drive who met [home of Lou Hetaian, Tuesday night. Lan. "1.000 and a Home," L the membership and Jgoals.was adopl I as the %  for the campaign to be I July. proposed thai 50 per Each member's fees be set I a fund to | lot iuilding. Of the $20 each kberpays in dues and ap{fees, S7 goes to the fifth [office and $13 remains p > local organization. Of fr sum, S10 will be put [special fund, it was delevent of the membership i will be a rally at which ijr known entertainers form. New members and who aid in the drive privileged to aft. nd. lonsky, national president |B'rith. may comi to Ming the i. Icaptains named to date I Hot, pn sident of |s; J. hn Kroni nf< Id, Alex Sam B. Miller, Max lam Alexandi r and Bill peting of t. Mitre sled for Monday evening p %  % %  I Iromer, [Marco island, Meetings be held on the three M Mondays. To Plan Election Plans for the election of delegates to the World Zionist Congress will be made at a meeting to be held at 3*30 p.m. Monday in the offices of Burnett Roth, acting chairman of the Miami Shekel group. The elections, originallyscheduled for June 16, will be held Sunday, June 30. Representatives of interested Zionist organizations are asked to attend the meeting. Death Toll Mounts To 23 In British-Jewish Clash Hasanah Bares British Plot To Arrest Jews Study to Outline Area Aged Care Care of the aged on a regional scale will be studied as the result of a resolution passed at the Florida-Georgia conference held at Jacksonville Sunday. Determination of what regional plans for the aged are needed is to be made by a subcommittee of the southeastern region. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, which sponsored the meeting. Included in the resolution was the provision that the committee study the various methods by which larger communities in the two-state area could serve the aged of other cities by institutional and private care. Miami delegates to the conference took an active part in discussions and consulted with Benjamin Grossman of Chicago on the question of the local program of service to the aged. Grossman stressed the need for developing an aged home which can accommodate the chronically ill and those who cannot make an adequate adjustment in the community because of personality difficulties. JERUSALEM (JTA)—Details of an alleged British secret plan to arrest 5,000 prominent Palestine Jews, including members of the Jewish Agency executive and Mayor Israel Rokach of Tel Aviv, and to raid all Jewish settlements and colonies in an attempt to disarm the Jewish resistance movement, were' broadcast this week by the "Voice of Israel," underground radio of the Haganah. The broadcast said that the counter-intelligence of the Haganah had succeeded in securing the British plan as well as the ["blacklist" of Jewish leaders to be> arrested when the plan is put I attack on a British military camp. JERUSALEM (JTA)—The conflict between the Jews and th British in Palestine took on the aspects of open warfare this week as armed forces of both groups engaged in sporadic clashes in cities and colonies throughout the country. Casualties include Jews and Britons and total 23 as of Wednesday, according to reports. Early Tuesday 12 Jews armed with tommy guns surrounded a British officers' club in Tel Aviv and kidnapped five officers. The kidnappers first cut telephone lines and suspended traffic in the area and then broke into the club. As they left they flung a grenade at an approaching mlli&f tary truck to prevent it from folowlng them. A sixth British officer was reported kidnapped. Immediately after the alarm was sounded, strong troop and police detachments, assisted by 20 tanks, surrounded the area and began an exhaustive hunt for the Jews. It is believed that the officers will be held as hostages for Joseph Simkhon and Itzchak Azbel, who were sentenced to death last week for participating in an AN EDITORIAL An Insult To America %  people of the United States are "primarily interested in l the admission of 100,000 European Jews to Palestine 'hey do not want too many of them in New York." h not the words of Hitler, nor of the Mufti, who was in[ in m king policy calling for the extermination of thf) M populace in Europe by the Nazi hordes, but of n m t he foreign Secretary of Great Britain and one o* F of the British Labor Party. [notoriously glib-tongued Mr. Bevin is not a lily-white But if he wishes to wallow in the mud of racism and of anti-Semitism he should at least—if he has any F the electorate which brought him to office—have shed f e of officialdom. We do not know what the people je thinking about the Palestine problem and about lEn Ik home:ess and displaced Jews, but we do know oh Pe Ple With the exce P tion of a sma11 segment i are neither Hitlerite racists nor anti-Semites. In %  shame for Britain the English people, we are conLirm Sassocia,1Ii g themselves from the vulgar antics of pn Secretary. Lrc e r d So at least i! has been re P rted b y ,,icial ; ph r n m re than one occasion. But, to repeat 9 r shouTd" eriSm 5 8,i11 alive was not lon< ? a 9. "hona^H "^ Bri,ain was promoting the idea of a ome m Palestine because it did not want Jewa rty and e ", Now Bev 'n. a spokesman of the British W is th H F leign Secr etary under a British Labor 'admiss e ng tha he American people are agitatnt too n 10000 Iews into Palestine because they I ide o r any hem in New York What a 8trikin 9 w e ll blT Qnd P hrase ology—in fact so striking that i wh en h *T that Mr Bevin had ,he Hi,ler s P eech ^ uld disnv vered hi8 now infamous address. ls such vulgarity ii it came from private Continued on P^. Six) into operation. The plan also provided for widespread searches to he carried out in Jewish sections throughout Palestine. Among the leaders marked for arrest were David Ben Gurion, Moshe Shertok, Eliezcr Kaplan, Rabbi J. Fischman, and all other members of the Jewish Agency executive; also Dr. Bernard Joseph, legal advisor of the Jewish Agency; Mayor Rokach; Rabbi Meir Berlin, leader of the World Mizrachi Organization; Shlomo Eisenberg. general secretary of the Jewish Agency executive; and a number of other Jewish Agency officials. The plan provided that all seized Jewish leaders be interned in Palestine or deported. Orders to the military authorit'.es and to the police indicated the exact location of arms stores, and contained instructions on how to approach these caches and the Jewish settlements; how to prevent the inhabitants from putting up resistance; and how to combat resistance by tanks, heavy artillery and planes. Troops on Patrol Meanwhile, thousands of troops wire patrolling the countryside in the area of Sunday night's attacks and large numbers of men and women were arrested after raids on Jewish settlements. Several of those detained are reported to be suffering from bullet wounds. In placards which were posted in prominent places in Tel Aviv Monday night, the Haganah assumed responsibility for the destruction of the bridges, saying that 11 were blasted, and not eight as reported bv the authorities. At the same time, the resistance appealed to all Jewish storekeepers to remain closed Tuesday afternoon while funeral services were held for Yechiam Weitz, son of Joseph Weitz, a JNF official, who was one of those killed during the attacks on the bridges. A broadcast over the Haganah station '"Voice of Israel" warned the British military forces that no retaliatory or punitive measures would halt the activities of the Jewish resistance. It said that the The Jews were to be caught un-I sabotage was aimed at cutting awares, according to the plan (vital British communication lines which was laid out by four Britfrom the British military base in ish generals who arrived early Palestine. last week in Palestine to give final approval to suggestions prepared by the Palestine authorities for "cleaning up" the Jewish resistance movement. The massraids on the Jewish settlements were to be started within a few days, according to the Haganah broadcast. The broadcas; reiterated previous warnings that the Jewish underground would not permit Palestine to be converted into the principal British military installation in the Middle East unless Jewish rights under the mandate were respected. Prevent Aid to Arabs Other reasons for %  the present operations by resistance forces, the announcer said, were to demonstrate the Jews' ability to prevent military aid from being sent to the Palestine Arabs from — ... „ I neighboring countries; and also to S.gmund LMagrtoo. founder ^ rcsis tance can opand chairman of the Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith, died in Ravinia. 111., June 13 following Founder of ADL ics in Illinois a short illness. He was 73. Livingston, who founded the ADL in 1910, devoted much of his time to writing and organizing campaigns to fight anti-Semitism in America. He was the author of "Must Men Hjitc" and a number of other books and articles on the problem of minority groups and democracy. Born in Germany, he began the practice of law in Bloomington, 111 50 years ago. An active member of B'nai B'rith, he was president of the district grand lodge No. Six at one time. erate not only in the vicinity of the Jewish settlements, but also in areas which are predominantly Arab, and along the borders of Palestine. MUFTI IN EGYPT Haj Amin Husseini, mufii of Jerusalem, is in Cairo and has asked King Farouk for protection as a political refugee, it was announced officially Wednesday. An official source said the king would grant the mufti asylum in Egypt. U. S. to Continue Palestine Policy WASHINGTON (JTA) —The United States will continue to urge entry of 100,000 displaced Jews to Palestine and will endeavor to arrive at a means by which it can be done, President Truman said this week at his press conference. The Presiaent dcciiiiea to make any comment on Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin's statement indicating his opposition to the admission of the Jews. He said that Bevin's statement had not yet been officially communicated to him. To a question -tm-ttie measures being taken by this government to expedite the transfer of the 100,000, the President replied that this will be the task of the Cabinet committee which he recently appointed. He said that the committee itself will not go to London but is sending representatives there. A four-man technical group of War and State department officials arrived in London this week to assist Ambassador W. Averill Harriman in pursuing further inquiries in connection with the Anglo-American committee report on Palestine, a State department spokesman announced. It was explained that this group is not empowered to make any decision but will merely continue exploratory investigations pending initiation of work by the President's Cabinet committee. The department emphasized that the group is separate and distinct from the Cabinet committee. Secretary of State Byrnes this week announced at his press conference the appointment of Henry F. Grady as his alternate with the personal rank of ambassador on the special Cabinet committee on Palestine and related problems. The secretary is in Paris to attend the peace conference. Grady recently headed the American section of the Allied mission to observe the elections in Greece and previously served as assistant secretary of state and on economic missions to the Far East in India. He is president of the American President Lines. HOSPITAL DRIVE PLAN AWAITS APPROVAL The proposed plan for a joint nd cooperative fund-raising campaign by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the newly formed Mt. Sinai hospital group was discussed by the executive committee of Federation last week. Action on the proposal was not taken and further deliberations will be made, it was announced by officials. Ratification by both organizations is necessary [before the drive can be undertaken. I Ij! %  I t Ii ii I %  : I



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%  § %  %  %  l^mm<^m^m:m^^m:^ PAGE TWO •• %  fyiea&ittg, A surprise visitor to the Dave Emmers is their son. Philip, who arrived in Miami Wednesday from Georgia Tech. The Emmers had planned to meet him in Georgia next week before going to New York for a three weeks' vacation Miss Adele Stone is entertaining her childhood friend, Miss Marilyn Blumenfeld, of Savannah, and Miss Blumenfeld's fiance. Jay Washauer, of Baton Rouge, La. Miss Stone, daughter of the Jack Stones, 1884 S. W. 10th St., recently arrived home from the University of Louisiana after completing her sophomore year there. She is president of the Panhellenic association at the university and a member of the Lambda honorary sorority and Alpha Epsilon Phi social sorority. She is also a member of the legislative board of the YWCA and a senior advisor. The Stones will attend Miss Blumenfeld's wedding later this summer Dr. Abram L. Sachar and his family left Miami Beach last Thursday after spending the winter here. They will visit in Champaign, 111., before going to Washington, D. C, to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk and Mr. and Mrs. George Talianoff were hosts at president of the North Shore B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs Becker, who is a past president of the organization, will be accompanied by her daughter, Audrey, and Mrs. Irving Miller. Bernard Mayerson has joined his wife and son in Barons Resort, South Haven, Mich., for a len weeks' vacation • %  Mrs. Abraham Gannes and her two children are visiting relatives in New York for two weeks. They will spend the rest of the summer at Camp Keeyumah, Orson. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman moved to their new home at 17 Majorca ave.. Coral Gables, last week. Their nephew, Herman Grossman, returned to Boston y^erday after a short ( Schnei dman Joins visit here %  Mr. and Mrs. ADe Goodman are in New York June Bride List where their son, Morris, became Bar Mitzva June 8 ... Mr. and Thelma Berger Weds Mr. Bronis In New York Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, of 1234 SW. Fourth St., announce tinmarriage of their daughter, Thelma, to Larry Bronis of New York city. The wedding took place Sunday, June 9. at the Tempi,Mason in Brooklyn, New York. The bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High school and was an active member of the Miami Y and B'nai B'rith girls. Mr Bronis, son of Mr. and Mrs. S Bronis of New York, studied journaism at New York university before entering the armed forces. He is now associated in business with his father. The newlyweds are spending a month at the Commodore hotel, Swan Lake, N.Y., before making their home in New York city. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry celebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary Monday Miss Carolyn Saffer, 1425 S. W. 18th st.. entertained at a miscellaneous household shower last Tuesday night in honor of Miss Muriel Etkins, brideelect of Charles Fisherman. Over 50 guests were present. Miss Etkins' wedding has been set for July 7 David Le Roy a farewell dinner for the Sach-'Tobin. 18-year-old son of Mr. ars last Wednesday ... and Mrs. Charles Tobin, will Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder \ leave early in July to attend Ahe entertained a number of their j Naval academy at Annapolis friends at a fishing party _last IA graduate of Miami Beach week end at the club, Everglades Celia Tepper L plane to visit her mother in Sidney Meyer is recuperating Miss Gloria Schneidman and Samuel D. Epstein were married in a ceremony performed at the National hotel Sunday by Rabbi Max Shapiro, assisted by Cantor Abraham Friedman. Daughter of Mr. a^id Mrs. William Schneidman, 624 S. W. 14th ave., the bride was attended by her sister, Joyce, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Irwin Suberman, of Gainesville, as matron of honor. Irving M. Rosen served as best man for Mr. Epstein, who is the son of the Lewis Milton Epsteins, of Philadelphia. A dinner at the hotel followed the ceremony. Mrs. Epstein is a graduate of Miami Senior High school. Her a fishing party last U* ara !"!" ZZivS£lhusband attended Lafayette colat the Rod and Gun h gh heattended the Un:versity Pennsylvania before englades City ... Mrs. of Florida and Bulks prep ^ ^ ^ He recenUy ,per is leaving by scho01 m Washington. D. C. retumed from lwo years duty „ Philadelphia, her brother in New Jersey and her sister in New York. She will return by plane in July .. Mrs. I. Tannen and daughter, Carole, left last week for Philadelphia to visit in a New York hospital from a back injury he suffered three weeks ago. Mrs. Meyer is stopping at the Savoy Plaza hotel in New York Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein will leave the Tannen's daughter. Belle | for Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Peyser. Mr. Tannen will join : Monday Mrs. Sidney Lefthem in July in Washington, | court and children are vacationwhere they will spend the rest i ing in New York of the summer with their son. Harold Mrs. Sidney Stepkin is vacationing in North Carolina until the middle of next month Mrs. Irving Becker will leave Saturday night for Chicago where she will install the new the S. M. Grundwergs are visiting in Brooklyn. N. Y. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) %. two years' duty in the Pacific. The couple will reside at 1352 S. W. Seventh st. Oub-of-town guests who attended the wedding included Mrs. Laura Zubren and Mr. and Mrs. Max Lerner, all of Detroit. Ibabu ParacL Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the recent Brisim of the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kesser, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Max N. Diener, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kassin. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Gettis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pollack, Mr. and Mrs. William Yanowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Braun. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaloff, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blumenkranz. 4550 Sheridan ave., are the parents of a girl born June 18 at the St. Francis hospital Mrs. Glasser to Report On AJC Convention A dessert party for officers and board members of the Miami Beach Women's division, American Jewish Congress, will be held 1:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, 3168 Prairie ave. Mrs. Glasser wil speak on "DeBign for Survival," a report of the recent national AJC convention she attended in New York. She will also announce new committee chairmen. Plans for the coming year will be made at the meeting to which the officers of the Miami Women's division have been invited. NEWMANS ANNOUNCE SON'S BAR MITZVA Sum/usit -ttvJuotii SEE THE PRESTO COOKER DEMONSTRATION FIFTH FLOOR HOUSEWARB8 Friday, June 21 thru Saturday. June 29 SEE THE MAGIC OF PRESTO COOKERY • See 6 different kinds of Vegetables cooked in 4 minutes — at the same time without colors, odors, flavors intermingling. • Cuts cooking time and fuel bills 75%. • Garden-fresh colors and flavors retained. • Essential vitamins and minerals preserved. • Cooks tough cuts of meat deliciously tender. ORDER NOW FOR EARLY DELIVERY DR. EUGENE WEISS PODIATRIST-CHIROPODIST Having returned from oversea* military duty, announce* thereopening of his offices. 420 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. 5-4377 Mr. and Mrs. David Newman, 3111 S. W. Fourth ave., announce the Bar Mitzva of their son, Robert Lee (Bobby). Friends and relatives are invited to attend the services which will be held 9 ajn. Saturday, June 29, at Beth David synagogue. The Newmans will be at home Sunday, June 30, from three to 6 p.m., in honor of their son. G,rl Fro Brookj] Miss MildrlT^J Seymour Weiss VS marr 'age Sunday j' 1 ho k me of SfffcSI T "e bride li Z Tl for the wedding u". 929 Michigan ave recently recovered) illness. The former M^ w ^duateofBrookC Weiss attended schoohl York and was rrij Arm .V three m ^' serving four year, „ W h the counter J corps in Germany (.! wrote reports on cm camps there and was m in bringing several wal to trial. J After a tour throw the couple will reside] Among the guests at 4 was the bridegroom's j Hannah Blaustan of ( MISSIOTH? BEACH DENTIST I Announcement of. ment of Miss Shirley 1 Donald Michnoffwasi parents, Mr, and Mi Levin. 550 W. 50th st,"3 tail party held in their] Michnoff is the son L Michnoff, 750 Jefferml couple plan an August] Miss Levin was gractt Akron (Ohio) schools! University of Michigaa| Dr. Michnoff is a Miami Beach High University of Florida i versity of Maryland I He served as a lieuti Navy dental corps fort After the wedding,' will live in Miami DR. 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PAGE FOUR • i Paul's Patter ABOUT BEACH BEN B'RITHS By PAUL WEITZMAN We had a delicious luncheon meeting recently at the Ritz Plaza, one of the results being that we will get half a girl, as a secretary, to catch all the gripes for B'nai B'rith on the Beach the office telephone will be in our next column, after the lodge confirms, ratifies and approves Jack Abbott, who went through brimstone and fire in the war just ended, and came out a captain, let loose some fire at the luncheon, and we smelled the brimstone—a dressing down does good sometimes. We're likely to hear of some of the "undoings" of the last convention. To hear some of the stories about that bus trip to Baltimore, one harks back to his Jack London days and reminisces about those tough portages and trail-breaking in the Klondike. It's too bad that delegates from the BBYM (those are the young men) are not still younger, because then they could get to th< 11 national convention at Port Jervis. N. Y., on half-fare. So far they have only been able to raise half the expenses—kicked in by the Beach lodge, we hear. Do we hear anything from the Town lodge The boys are grown up now! The wife of David Hess, Helen, is at the Victoria hospital, and h, r friends want to visit her at home very soon. Never again, sez Manny Goldstrich, after a boat trip to Bimini with Al Lesser and Alexander Ko^an. The waves were 100 feet high, he swears, and he had to wait three days in Bimini before the waters were smooth enough to come back Harold Shapiro won the rhumba contest at the Caribbean recently—we are sure it was only because A. L. Perper wasn't there with the fancy steps he executed at the Beachcomber some weeks ago And Dave Emmer has been elected president of the Civic league in a hot Ci litest. Good gavel-pounding. Mr. President! Brother and Mrs. Irving Marcus are celebrating the t ngagement of their charming daughter, Joan, and their son, Arthur, just graduated from the Riverside Military acadt my in Gainesville. Ga. Harry Gerson and his family left !' : Baltimore, and after their vaproduce, cation they will come back to Daily free getting a tan, developing his island If we don't get an apartment real soon, how about tatting us pitch a tent on your island. Shep-what are deed restrictions between friends' Seen at the Turk-Libow cabana at Hie R t/ Plaza,-the Talianoffs and the Weitzmans. also the Turks who belong-Dr. and Mrs. Al LibOW were out of the city tor tin day. If Bert Waller was a member of B'nai B'rith, we would write about his learning to drive his new car. Stay away from Chase avenue where Inis learning >> the trial and error method—he almost chased us into the creek. Seen at the Blackamoor room (don't we g.t around?), Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warren and a party— we get our aspirins from his ethical pharmacy on Lincoln road and Louis and Perry Fleischn an _we couldn't have gotten married if his lab hadn't given us the okay. And, seriously, it's recommended that you listen to the 'Lost We Forget" program every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. over Station WIOD. And write the radio station about the program. It's very important. Jax Pledges $30,000 To State Hillel Drive Hilfor Progress of the state wide le capital funds campaign $100,000 is reported by Morrice S. Uman, of Tampa, president I i the Florida Fideration of B'nai B'rith lodges, who this week announced plans for the state convention. A S30.000 plcdgo has b. en made by the Jacksonville Jewish community. Uman states. Land for the Gainesville building has already boon bought. A building will also be erected at Tallahassee. D. J. Apte. of Tampa, is chairman of the drive. The state federation convention will be held at the Tampa Terrace hotel, Tampa, on Labor day. Gov. Ellis Arnall has been invited to be the main speaker. Father's Day Program Held At Aged Home Male resulonts of the Jewish Home for the Aged were presented gifts during rathe, s Day Sogram held at the Home Sunday afternoon by the Miami and Miami Beach Women's ^^aries. Mrs Benjamin Sherry, preslden t of the Beach group, was chairman of the program and read an original poem. "My Dad. Presentation of the gifts was made by the arrangements committee—Mrs. Sadie Karasik, Mrs. Harry Danziger and Mrs. Benjamin Appel. MisAppel took movies during the afternoon. Daniel Broad, representing the executive board of the Home. Stated that no time is being lost in getting the new building started. Other speakers were Mrs. Louis Herzog, president of the Miami auxiliary, and Mrs. Joi 1 /ahs, former president of the Miami group. Mrs. Moses Krieger offered a prayer on the occasion of the first anniv. i.-ary of the death of Alfred B. Rosenstein, founder and fust president of the Home. Prayers were also said for the speedy recovery of two of the Homo residents now in the hospital and for Mr. and Mrs. I. Cohen and tin ir grandson. Harry Danziger supplied the dunks for the affair. GET SONS PORTRAIT MADE IN JAPAN J^AY.niNE A portrait of Sgt. Leonard M. Rivkind has been presented to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rivkind, Raleigh hotel, Miami Beach, by Frederick W. Heuser, St. Li uis artist, who sketched the Rivkinds' son during a USO camp show tour through Japan. Heuser made the sketch at headquarters of the third battalion of the 27th infantry, 25th division. His subject was the winner of the honor cadet medal at the Miami Military academy in 1944. The sergeant's father served MARKET TO DELIVER Adler's Koshi r Market. 1007 S. W. 27th ave.. Miami, was opened Tuesday with a full line of meat, dairy and bakery products and iciuuu tucj win (.unit; uaciv IU L/dnv nee deliveries will be their new home on Alton road, in made. The telephone number of the 4500 block Shepard Broad jthe market is 4-3926. Flamingo Bar BELIEVE IT OR NOT 1614 Alton Road PREMIUM BEER BY THE CASE S4.50 PLUS DEPOSIT 58-9319 Hebrew University Head M Medical School /or P a | es[ Palestine's need for a medical school to ~ rMlual T* tradition of healing and research was eloquently advanced! Judah L. Magnes (right), president of the Hebrew i %  „• Jerusalem, following his recent arrival in N ew York Shi him here alongside an architect's plan of the proposedI wlj Colonel Harold Rieselman and Mrs. Samuel J. Kosensnhn ,1 men of the Medical School campaign of the Hebrew Vniv'Sj Hadassah, with headquarters at 16 Fast 18th Street V.JvJ drive to raise S4.000.000 to $5,000,000 for this purposelj progress. The medical school, at the site of the Hebrew lliJ and the Hadassali Medical Center on Mt. Scopus. Jtrusal(Ij also provide facilities for extensive research in sub-tropical mS ADDRESSES ZIONISTS Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum was guist speaker at the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon club Wednesday at the National hotel. The luncheons are held weekly at the hotel with a different guest speaker each Wednesday. George J. Talianoff, director of overseas in World War I and was one of the original group that organized the USO. He was invited by President Roosevelt to atti nd the first national USO conference in Washington in April, 1941. the Anti-Defamation lejj be guest speaker next W&. and Rabbi Colman A. zj will speak to the erouoi MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Truitworthy Real Estate Servlc* SCS Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 ACE UPHOLSTERING Twenty-three Yean' Experience RE UPHOLSTERING Beautiful Tropical Tapestries 1235 N.W. Miami Ct. 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I JUNE 2119 46 R 0Sly;r Sg S ed a w d eddfn y g "SLSSSHtheSurfif. in a ceremony perK Rabbi Irving Lchrman, fcantor Emanuel Bar„ i, the daughter of ft John Myers, 1577 fcvand Mr. Esbin .s the Rr and Mrs. Joseph J. Hew York city. Ihride's attendants were % fiodin of Cincinnati. Sonor; Miss Ruth ShermL Vicki Benjamin and tL Myers, bridesmaids; inard, flower girl. Esbin was his brother's Ushers were Jack bnahn Madler and Nat LipLov Mvers, brother of the I Larry Block were page Lion was held in the fcr the ceremony, fcbin attended school in Ej and is a member of I Phi sorority, the Miami JSuild and Rose chapter, Kith Women. loin is a graduate of New tools and attended Clark|ge before entering the air which he served 37 +Je*lsl>rkil<1iiri PAGE ELEVEN B it Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 Resumes Postal To Germany Lion of postal service [parcels to the American I Germany has been an| by the U. S. postal defcstered and uninsured weighing up to 11 pounds [accepted for mailing to ply all parts of the zone. 1 are to be no more than in length and girth. supplies of non-perish, clothing, soap and maillicines may be sent. Jincluded in the directive [the provinces of North|in, except Krois of RasBuhl: Northern Wurttenr (yaria. Land Hessen, KurNassau and the cities of [ar.d Bremerhaven. No 1 may be sent to Berlin. information regarding may be obtained from (11 section. National Coun]wish Women, Congress )BITUARIES STERN HfcSifrn. wife of p. K'lwar.l '••local hospital .lum13. %  • %  Baltimore, Mrs Burn I comitiR i„ Miami for the p.with h.M hu-lmnrt. Their P"" I"''. S Baynhore T" Mr husband, Mrs. Stern hL, % %  '"' "'Men an'"'n en [ w J Rlvenlde Memorial THE PALESTINE ISSUE. Zionist leaders expect very little from the statement which the British government may make this month with regard to Palestine. In fact, they are gloomier than ever with regard to British machinations. And Washington* too, is becoming more cautious with regard to proposals concerning Palestine now being made by the British foreign office to our State department ... It is known that the British government has submitted no less than 60 questions to the State department for reply before any decision is taken by London with regard to the admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine. And it can be revealed that Britain is demanding that at least three American divisions be stationed in Palestine before the Jews are admitted. U. S. Chief of Staff Gen. Dwight Eisenhower was consulted with regard to this request. His reply was that there is no possibiity of sending American troops anywhere unless Congress continues the draft act. Britain's alleged reason for requesting American troops is that more military might is needed in Palestine to prevent Arab outbreaks against the admission of the 100,000 Jews. Actually, it is taken for granted that Britain is less afraid of an Arab uprising in Palestine than ever before. There are now more British soldiers in Palestine than at any time, and their number is constantly growing. It is obvious that Britain is transferring its military might from Egypt to Palestine as part of its plan to make the Jewish Homeland a military bastion against possible Russian expansion in the Near East. And a few American divisions in Palestine would only help to make the British stronger. • • • DIPLOMATIC ACTION: Foreseeing that Britain is far from making Palestine either a Jewish or an Arab state, or even a bi-national state, some Zionists in London approached the British Labor party to sound it out on the prospects of Palestine becoming a British dominion. If Palestine were a British dominion, many think the Arabs would not be in a position to object to Jewish immigration. But the unofficial British reply through the Labor party was that the government is not interested at present in giving Palesine the status of a dominion. What the British government wants, from all indications, is to get the sole control over Palestine under a United Nations trusteeship. And it seems that such control will be given to Britain at the forthcoming session of the U.N. General Assembly in September. There will be no objections to it by the United States or other members of the United Nations, except Soviet Russia, which will definitely be outvoted. Zionist leaders, therefore, are beginning to mobilize all possible forces to strengthen opposition within the United Nations to the present British policy in Palestine They will make a special effort to line up the Latin American members of the U.N. A very important Latin-American statesman, who carries weight with the governments in that part of the world, will make a tour of Central and South America this summer for the sole purpose of bringing the Jewish point of view with regard to Palestine to the attention of the Latin American governments • • • HEBREW LETTERS: Lovers of Hebrew throughout the world will hail the appearance in this country of the Hatekufah, the voluminous Hebrew quarterly which has been making history in Hebrew literature for the last quarter of a century. This 900page publication has no equal even in English literature The solid English literary magazines published in this country and in Britain look like midgets compared with Hatekufah. And its present appearance here, for the first time in its existence, is another proof that America is now taking the place of Europe in cultural Jewish life. Hatekufah was "born" in Russia, and was later transferred to Poland where it was published until the outbreak of the war. Its publisher, A. J. Stybel, a great lover of Hebrew who made it his business to lose tens of thousands of dollars promoting Hebrew literature, was one of the fortunate few to escape from Poland with his wife Goslava, and reach this country. True to his "everlasting love," he has now resumed publication of the quarterly in the United States. The new volume, edited by Eisig Silberschlag and Aaron Zeitlin, has everything that modern living Hebrew writers can offer in short stories, poetry, drama, historical studies, analytical articles, literary studies, with more than forty writers — "the cream of Hebrew literature"— participating. Attracting special attention is Harry Sackler's novelette "The End of the Wonder" relating how the efforts of the Baal-Shem to reach Palestine failed. .. It is a piece of Jewish philosophy dressed in the finest Hebrew literary style. FBI AGENT TO SPEAK AT SHOLEM LUNCHEON Joseph E. Thornton, special agent in charge of the Florida office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will address the Downtown club of B'nai B'rith at 12:15 p.m. today, announced E. Albeit Pallot, president of the Miami lodge. JOE THORNTON Affiliated with the FBI for 13 years, Thornton was agent in charge of FBI offices located in Springfield, 111., Pittsburgh, Honolulu and Portland, Ore., before assuming his duties in January, 1946, as agent of the office located in Miami. Thornton received considerable attention as a result of his capture of William Kuehn, a German spy found in the Hawaiian Islands, who subsequently received a sentence of 50 years in a federal penitentiary. The Friday luncheons, which take place at the Downtown club, Seybold arcade, Miami, are a weekly activity of Sholem lodge under the chairmanship of Burnett Roth. UNRRA PROVIDES FOOD FOR 23 COUNTRIES NEW YORK, June 21.—The hungry and starving people of 23 countries are eligible to receive the food contributed through the emergency food collection, it was announced today by Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace, national chairman of the drive. The countries receiving UNRRA assistance are Albania, Austria, Byelorussia, China, Czechoslovakia, Dodecanese Islands, Ethiopia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Korea, Philippines, Poland, Ukraine and Yugoslavia. The six other liberated countries in Europe eligible to receive the food are Belgium, France, Netherlands, Denmark. Luxembourg and Norway. Famine-stricken India is also eligible. The allocations committee for the emergency food collection, Mr. Wallace stated, will allocate both the food that is bought with cash gifts to the collection and the contributed food canned in tin. William L. Batt, former vice chairman of the War Production board, is chairman of the allocations committee. Allocations will be based on UNRRA reports of need. The food will be distributed free of charge to hungry and starving people. Mr. Wallace said that the largest individual donation so far received at national headquarters of the drive. 100 Maiden lane. New York city, is an anonymous gift of S6.652.43 representing the life savings of a working woman in a West Coast city. Mitchell Wolfson, Wometco theater official, was elected one of four vice presidents of the Motion Picture Theater Owners of America at their convention at Columbus, Miss. Jack Benny completed 14 years in radio when he presented his last program of the season, Sunday, May 26. The show originated from New York. The 1945-46 radio season has seen the Waukegan Wit present some of the best programs of his career. Introduced to Jack's audience were Artie Auerbach in the role of the hot dog salesman and two extremely successful novelty songs, One-zy, Two-zy" and "Pickle in the Middle." 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