The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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tewiyyiliDiriidliiaun
T^g^-THE JEWISH UNITY
owcX, THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FWDftYTjUNE UST
PRICE: TEN CENTS
mists to Elect Congress Delegates)] Sunday
Eligible
fote Here
another last minute
jnent, election of dele-
fthe World Jewish Con-
be held Sunday in
Miami, as throughout the
fce country. Over 3,000
nists are eligible to go
oils by virtue of their
kip in Zionist organiza-
[purchase of a Shekel,
|loth, acting chairman of
lions, announced this
lections were originally
I for June 16.
[will cast their ballots
km till 9 P-m. at the
| Miami Beach Ys, the
tch Jewish Center, Tem-
Kholom. Beth Jacob and
lid.
r to qualify, voters must
Shekels, Zionist vot-
Icate. Members of Zion-
ations who have not
br have misplaced their
pould bring their mem-
i and proper identifi-
fcch will be recognized,
Ites of delegates to the
[which is to be held in
Congress Ballot Lists
Three Local Men
Three residents of Miami Beach
are listed as candidates in the
election of World Jewish Con-
gress delegates to be held Sunday.
They are Abraham Goodman
and Shepard Broad, candidates
on the Zionist Organization of
America ticket, and Rabbi Moses
Mcscheloff, who is sponsored by
the Religious-National bloc.
Parties Bitter
Before Voting
Counter charges were being
$18,410 Given
For School
Local pledges of $18,410 to the
Hebrew University Hadassah
Medical school drive were re-
ported by Dr. Morris Goodman,
chairman, this week on his re-
turn from a trip north.
During his trip, Dr. Goodman
conferred with Dr. Judah Mag-
nus, president of the Hebrew uni-
versity, who is in America to as-
sist in the national $4,000,000
campaign for the medical school
in Palestine.
Dr. Magnus emphasized the in-
terest shown in Palestine for the
Dr. Golub to Make Study
Of Local Health Needs
fA lUrVny Tf W ea"h need3 Wil1 be made in ,he near
WW rv IaCM l ^bl ex,ecu,ive director of the Hospital hurled by the major Zionist par-
toJrt SS.N7York;a,,hereqUeS,f,heGreaterMiami1ties this week concerning the
Jewish Federation s hospital survey committee. rQ;, .
Dr. Galub was invited to makefile study following the .or-1 ZTto the wT? k r
ganizational meeting of the committee last Thursday night at I S l the Wr'd Jew'sh Con"
which Leon Kaplan was elected permanent chairman. Oct 1 ST*.r"r? of ? dclavs4and
is the date set for completion of the study. R^KfiSS that apPrtlon-
Federation recently "allocated S4.500 the shady followtog P^aStffflTStt^
a reguest by trustees of the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital that | necessary,
the survey be made. Special at-
|l December. ae lisle*- college. There is an eager youth
Hot. A sample of the
the ballot is pictured
Names are not shown
btes must be cast by
fo split voting is pos-
1 persons eligible to
jhalf are expected to go
i Sunday, Roth stated.
purris, acting president
Kh Zionist district, esti-
' about 2.000 of those
Z0A members, sup-
pet one.
Poses Mescheloff report-
Tcal Mizrachi members,
ort ticket three, have
(Shekels, and S. Ash-
tteral director of the
F^i Zionist Progres-
I *hich supports ticket
said that 1,700 Shek-
n sold by his bloc.
1 Carp, Miami Hadas-
nt reported that her
lld 150 Shekels. The
jHSah did nut reveal
|Prs time.
KfUKves f the various
stationed at the
E J supervise the
PNUED
seph Brenner is
N PAGE )
and an eager faculty and only
the physical means is lacking, he
said.
He pointed out the urgency for
starting the college as quickly as
possible because the average age
of physicians in Palestine is so
far advanced that it will not be
long before health conditions will
be endangered for lack of medical
care.
There is no hope, except the
college, for replacing physicians
who retire, because of age or ill-
ness or die. Dr. Magnus stated.
Jewish youth anxious to study
medicine will not return to con-
tinental Europe to study, he said,
questioning the ability of Euro-
pean universities to resume
classes.
With less than $12,000 still to
be pledged in the local campaign
for $30,000, Dr. Goodman has
called a meeting of the campaign
sponsors for Tuesday.
Breakfast Opens
Sholem Drive
tention will be given in the study
to the creation of a Jewish hos-
pital here. At the meeting last
week, it was decided that the sur-
vey should be all inclusive to
cover Miami and the Beach.
Survey committee members are
A. M. Bear, Harry Boyell, Mrs. The '1,000 and a Home" mem
Benjamin Bronston, David Brown, I bership drive of Sholem lodge,
George Chertkof, Charles Cohen, B'nai B'rith, will be launched at
Harold Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Max a breakfast meeting for campaign
Dobrin, Arthur Friedman. ; workers at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at
Joseph Gardner, Leon Kaplan, i Topp's restaurant, according to
Dr. Erna Klass, M. J. Kopelo- T/m Heiman, chairman, who
N OTIC E 1
Due to the July Fourth holi-
day. The Jewish Floridian will
be closed on Thursday. All
copy for the paper must be in
by Tuesday evening.
witz, Dr. Alexander Kushner,
Sam Lachman, Isaac Levin, Mrs.
Benjamin Levine.
Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Paul
Marks, Max Meisel, Mrs. Benja-
min Meyers, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers.
Sam Prosterman, Max Orovitz,
David Phillips, Leo Robinson,
Norman Rossman, Ned Sail.
Dr. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. Mey-
er Schwartz, Mrs. Monte Selig,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, I. S. Shapoff,
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Wm. D.
Singer, Judge Harold Spaet, Elry
Stone, Gus Trau.
Charles Tobin, Louis Touby,
Harold Turk, Alex Van Straaten,
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Isidor
Weinstein.
Sylvia Carothers of the Council
of Social Agencies, and Carl
Berg, director of the County
Planning board, will be ex officio
members of the committee.
Another meeting of the com-
mittee will be held within the
next three weeks when Dr. Golub
arrives.
Reports on the development of
the movement to create a Jewish
hospital here and the problems of
health and welfare that the com-
munity faces were given at the
meeting by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, president of the hospital
promises "lox and bagels" on the
bill of fare.
Officers of the Miami Beach
lodge and their membership
chairman. Jack Abbott, have been
invited to join Sholem's 100 team
captains and workers at the
breakfast. Prospect cards and
other drive paraphernalia will be
The ZOA claims the Poale Zion
have sought to arrange a deal
whereby leaders of the respective
Zionist groups in New York
would decide an apportionment
of the American delegation to the
World Zionist Congress among
the several parties, and thus make
elections unnecessary. To this
the ZOA contended with insist-
ence that Shekel holders not be
denied their democratic right to
vote for the representatives of
their choice, particularly inas-
much as there have been no Zion-
ist Congress elections in this
country for the past nine years.
Prof. Hayim Fineman, chair-
man of the Labor Zionist and
Progressive Bloc, in a telegram
to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, ZOA
president, urged a united slate as
the best method of restoring har-
mony in the Zionist family. This
met with a blunt refusal. The
enroll 1,000 new members and se-
cure a home for the Miami lodge.
Three major affairs at which na-
tionally known personalities will
be present are being planned to
attract new members.
A substantial portion of each
new member's fees will be de-
voted to a special trust fund for
the purchase of a lot and con-
struction of a building. The home
will provide a permanent meet-
ing auditorium for Sholem lodge,
the women's group and B'nai
B'rith youth organizations. Rec-
reation rooms and a library for
members will be included.
The July 5 meeting of the
lodge's luncheon club will be de-
voted to the drive, Burnett Roth,
luncheon chairman, has announc-
ed. First report meeting will be
held at the home of E. Albert
Pallet, president, on July 8.
The 20 team captains are E.
trustees; Stanley C. Myers, a Aibert pallot, William Pallot,
trustee, and Morris Klass, execu-
tive director of the Federation. I (continued on paoe e>
distributed.
The breakfast will be the first [Labor Zionists are confident that
event in the month-long drive to the labor and progressive ele-
ments will vote en masse for
Ticket No. 2. the ticket which
pledges support to the Halutz
forces rebuilding and defending
Eretz Israel, and the Histadrut in
the struggle for a Jewish Com-
monwealth.
The representatives of the Re-
ligious National Bloc on the Cen-
tral Shekel board, aware of an
internal situation, made the fol-
lowing suggestions:
To postpone the elections to
June 30, in order to allow addi-
tional time for necessary arrange-
ments, which was finally agreed
to.
If the suggested date was un-
acceptable to the Zionist Organi-
zation of America and Hadassah
because many of their members
would be on vacation at that
time, they suggested that the
elections be postponed until the
end of October, two months prior
to the opening of the Congress.
They further suggested, that in
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Not only did Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Glasser. 1045 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. celebrate their 25th
wedding anniversary at the
National hotel Friday evening,
and not only did Mr. Glasser
celebrate his birthday on that
date, but also their son. Leon-
ard, made a special trip home
from the University of F'onda
to surprise his folks .The
sweet sixteen birthday of Miss
Abbey Sunshine, 1520 S. W
11th ter., daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin D. Sunshine, will
be celebrated tomorrow eve-
ning at her home Milton
Weiner was host to the Miami
Hebrew School and Junior con-
gregation last week in celebra-
tion of Mrs. Weiner's birthday.
The Weiners also celebrated
their 20th wedding anniversary
last week.
Baby Susan Leslie Grenald,
BaU Parad<
received her bachelor of
aVt's degree from the University e ^.^ daugh,er of
of Michigan last week.
Harvey Sootin, son oi Mr.
and Mrs H. Sootin. 230 N W
Second ave.. was discharged
Mr. and Mrs. L. Brooks Lewis.
1774 West ave., was born June
2 Darryl Darlin, son of Mr.
Miss Schatzburg Plans
New York Wedding
Miss Lucille Schatzburg of Mi-
ami will become the bride" of
Sidney O. Klinghoffer, son of Mr.
STS-IEVE *<*- nd Mn, Morris jW.810
tnree yeuio --- io #- -
as a radio man 1-c one year in hler of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
n__:- ~~A civ mor I uu^ Aruv- f,'<"nfln- 9 Ejv
dr.. June 4
as a rauio uw ------ aaUumc. ~......
,he Pacific and six months in Ar(hur Coleman. 920 Euy
He arrived home Tues-
China.
day Jsef G- WeisS'
leave from Caren Center,
Wash., is visiting his parents
at 2400 N. W. Seventh ave .
Cpl. Allan Wolff. 1534 Jeffer-
son ave., is home on furlough
visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Wolff
Thousands of cities from
Maine to California are attract-
ing Miami vacationists
Service Will Unite
Miss Cromer, Mr. Woll
After a formal wedding cerc-
mony a, thi Versailles hotel Sun-
day afternoon. Miss Florence
Toby Cromer and Irwui D. Won.
will honeymoon in New York
ad in Canada. Miss Corner is
the daughter of Mrs. Daniel
summer ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat C].m,,, 432 N. E. 2fith ter. Rabbi
Roth, 337 N. E. 28th St., will Max Shapiro will officiate at the
leave tomorrow or their vaca-
tion which will include stops in
will visit
Baby Susan Leslie wenaia. York Chicago, San Fran-
2ST ZftSL^.5 |r ujWb --=
rived just in time to help cele- W
brate her parents' third wed-
ding anniversary Sunday. She
was born on May 29th .
Taking advantage of the last
few days in June, the Sguires
club sailed the seas aboard the
Showboat Tuesday night. Jack
Roscol. chairman of the social
committee, was in charge of
the affair and was assisted by
Mitchell Goldman and Joel
Diamond.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein
are now residing at 2379 S. W.
wedding
The bride's sister, Mrs. E. Al-
bert Pallot, will be matron of
,,, and John Wolf of Pitts-
their burgh will be best man for his
a^ughterrMrs. W. D. Tucker, brother, After the honeymoon
jr., and grandson, Billy, in Uu couple will ies.de in Pitts
Huntsville Ala., before return- burgh.
with her son and daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rappa MU
port and family, in Washing- Oliver Kaufman, jr.. Pittsburgh,
^ \r__1_____1 D~l _. .. a -I.1U_ C
asm.
Miss Cohen to
Vows
Sunday
Miss Beverly ca
three weeks' hon
oi:
Sapphire room 0|
L** 230 Pm. &a
ding
are now resiainy ui w Ninth st. after spending a two- New Haven, Conn. Mr Pnz-
' >___ Uar ufUl Wivb in Aumist to loin
weeks honeymoon in New
York. Mrs. Bernstein is the
former Arlene Kleber Miss
Rosetta Kline, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kline. 811 N. W.
13th st., is at home for the sum-
mer from the University of
Michigan Murray Miller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller,
918 S. W Fourth st., is in Mi-
ami on a ten-day vacation
from the Southern Optometry
college in Memphis, Tenn. .
Joyce Pearlman. 487 N. E. 29th
%
urdines
Serrated-edge
grass whip
$1.89
""f^r"" ~ chapel, Pittsburgh, ra., ure
ter.. is spending the summer ^/P^ parente; Mrs. Henry
Ritter, jr., New York city; Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Kaufman and
pun unu iKAkkik^i, ---------j Oliver Kamni.ui, j* .......--oi
ton, D. C. New York, and Bel- .m(( njrs. David Mendelsohn, St.
mar, N. J. Albans, N. Y.
Mrs. N. Pritzker is leaving to- ~~
morrow to visit her children and COHEN-WASSERMAN
family in Silver Sand Beach,---------
Miss Sylvia Cohen and Alvin
. Wasserman will be married Sun-
her and they will return in Sep- day aft. rnoofi at the home of his
tember .Mr. and Mrs. Max- parents. Mr and Mrs. J. Wasser-
well Hyman and daughter, Ra; = **-***
bride Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Cohen, of Wilkes-
barre, Pa.
Robi it Wasserman. the groom's
brother, will serve as best man.
After a reception, which will also
, be held at the Wasserman home,
are vacationing in Blowng the couple will leave for a two
Rock, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. weeks' honeymoon in Asheville,
William Malter and son, Phil- N. C. Miss Cohen studied in
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Mr. Wasser-
man attended school in Allt n-
town, Pa.
3000 Royal Palm ave., will
leave tomorrow morning for
New York where they will
spend the summer. Before
their return to Miami they will
stop in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig
1
lip, left recently to tour the
eastern seacoast Mr. Max
Feit is now in Saratoga. N. Y.,
and will return the latter part
of July Judge and Mrs. Har-
old Spaet, 5435 LaGorce dr.,
left this week for New York
city. They will be away six or
seven days.
Mrs. Seymour Gladstone and
her mother. Mrs. Myron M.
Newman, 334 20th St.. Miami
KRUVANT-KESSLER
Serrated edge gives a
:lean, sharp blowmakes
cutting down tropical un-
dergrowth much easier.
MIAMI STORK. HOUSE'
WAKES, FIFTH FLOOR
Mrs. Sylvia Weintrob Kruvant,
of Miami Beach and Atlantic
City, was married this week to
Chester J. Kcssler, of New York,
in Atlantic City. The couple is
honeymooning in California now
otwiuuiii oot vui oi., mnuui md later will stop at the Ver-
Beach, left yesterday evening sailles hotel, Miami Beach, for a
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) },<>it time.
and Mrs. I. Klinghoffer, of Phila-
delphia, in a ceremony to be read
at the Park Central hotel in New
Vui k city on July 14.
The bride-elect is now in New-
York with her mother, Mrs. Her-
man Schatzburg, of the National
hotel, Miami Beach. Other mem-
bers of her family who will at-
tend the wedding are her brother.
Robert; her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irving II.
Fineberg, and her fathfr.
After a honeymoon in Canada,
the couple will reside in Phila-
delphia. Miss Schatzburg was
graduated from Ponce de Leon
High school and attended the
University of Miami. Mr. Kling-
hoffer is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, where
he was a member of Beta Sigma
Rho fraternity.
Miss Freeman Is Bride
Of Joseph Levine
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine,
who were married on June 2. are
now making their home at 1050 .
S. W. Fifth st.
The bride is the former Elaine
Freeman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Freeman, 1764 Jeffer-
son ave., at whose home the cere-
mony took place. Mr. Levine is
the son of Mrs. S. Levine, of
Forest Hills, Long Island.
Mrs. Levine is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school. The
couple will take a belated honey-
moon trip to Forest Hills early in
the fall.
hteL Miss Cohen.'
'r.of Mr. andjij
Cphen, 1662 s. w n
Officiating wilu
"Kaplan. Miss J
will serve as maid ,
Fredrick B. Miller
man Alan Cohen *
Robmowitz. brothers rfl
afd Eroom, will be J
Among the guests J
the wedding are Mr. 5
15 Cohen and their i
Janet and Ruth. $ .
"< Id. Me.; Jack Rob,
Mr. and Mrs. George L
' Detroit, Mich., andl
art, of Troy, N, Y.
The bride-elect, j
Miami Senior HigL
tended the University I
and Northwestern Dai
Mr. Hobinowitz stu
University of Miami I
graduation from Rrra,
tary academy in Gain
A reception will
cere mony.
Mrs. Nathan
turned to Miami L_
visiting relatives in (
N. C, for several
son, Charles, has.
vannah, Ga., where]
and children are
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The bride, the former Thelma
Weinstein. is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Weinstein, 1021
S. W. 12th ave., and of Steuben-
ville, Ohio. The groom, son of
Mrs. B. Schiff, 550 N. W. Ninth
st.. is formerly of Columbus. Ohio.
The newlywcds are both gradu-
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28,1946
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PAGE THREB
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FROM
PACE 2)
ri-T Mrs- Glad-
LSV ,W Week,n
N Mrs. I. L Kussner
K"i 809 Seville ave.,
tt are vacationing
6 and Canada.
Jfaway six weeks
1 Charlotte Blumbejg-
Jf Mr. and Mrs. Nat
- 1MB S W. 19th ter.,
I ^ nds in Elizabeth.
Hill leave Monday
fLakota in Wurtsboro.
J she will spend the
: of the summer.
| Calif-, is the desti-
1 Miss Hope Tanen-
rt Mindel Warfield,
[unaine Gartner, who
Miami Tuesday to
H first post-war con-
ihe Alpha Epsilon
this week after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Myrpn M. Newman and
Mrs. Hattie Newman, 334 20th
st., Miami Beach. They stopped
at the Cromwell hotel. Mrs.
Hattie Newman has joined
them Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Beddo returned to Chicago
alter visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I
Herman Wronker Miss Edith
Seidenberg, 334 Euclid ave., is I
leaving this week for New York
where she will spend the sum-
mer .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green-
field. 2315 N. Meridian ave.,
are now in Philadelphia, Pa.,
and will leave this week to
spend the remainder of the
summer in the Balsams in New
Hampshire Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Cromer will leave July
6 for a two weeks' business trip
will 'o New York
Mrs. Jack J.
toy in Chicago en I
will also tour Los
. Madaleen Schul-
Lhter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tulman, 241 Ponce de
, is leaving this week
location. Her sister.
turned this week from
[after completing a
mqagement at a club
be will leave for New
iwo weeks .
Unna Arnold, 1438
on ave., and her two
lien, Patricia and
[left for the Catskill
i in New York. They
in September .
[Mrs. Joe Rutansky of
tores are spending
ition in South Falls-
lY. They will return
I in several weeks .
}le Stone, daughter of
Irs. Jacob Stone, 1884
I st, will leave Miami
}k to tour New York
Miss Helene Alex-
ughter of Mr. and Mrs.
lander, 1334 S. W.
: last week for camp
(rsonville, N. C.
orge Chertkof, 1761
ter., returned to Mi-
dweek from Baltimore,
] and Mr. Chertkof are
|at the Cromwell hotel
weeks, after which
|join her mother, Mrs.
berg; sister Paulanita
i and son and dough-
ty and Carol, who are
ng in Hendersonville,
j Miss Naomi Machtei.
[of Rabbi and Mrs. S.
pi. 1450 S. W. 17th
1 week with Mr. and
Getz and their son,
' ana hotel, for Yonk-
and Masten lake,
[oomi will spend the
la< Camp Lakota in
lu The Gelz' have a
IMasten lake and will
Pere all summer.
1 Mrs, George L. New-
Barbara, are vacationing in
New York. Dr. Falk will join
them in August Mr. and
Mrs. Max Azer, of Coral Ga-
bles, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Fishman, of Miami Beach, are
vacationing in Staten Island,
N. Y. .
Miss Dorothy Rader Hew to
New York Wednesday to join
her family and help celebrate
her brother's birthday on July
4th .. Mrs. Leo Kupper and
children are in Maine for the
summer Sidney Meyer is
out oi the hospital and is rest-
ing at the Savoy Plaza hotel in
New York Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Weinkle have been in
New York and are expected to
return Monday Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Frankel, 1721 Col-
lins ave., and family are vaca-
tioning at Kiamesha Lake,
N. Y.
Copake Country club in
Craryville, N. Y., is the vacation
place of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers and family Miss
Beverly Miller of Baltimore is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter
Sachs. Edgewater Beach hotel,
and her cousin. Miss Bernice
Sidle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Sidle, 1226 S. W. 18th st.
... Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hal-
perin, their daughter, Florence,
and Miss Phyllis Aronson, of
Fitzgerald, Ga., have been visit-
ing in Miami for several weeks.
Miss Roslyn Blanch, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blanch,
1524 Meridian ave.. entertained
the two University of Georgia
sophomores with a beach party
at Baker's Haulover Friday.
Former Miamians, Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac N. Wenkle, are visit-
ing on Miami Beach from New
York. They were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. John Kronen-
feld Monday evening Mrs.
Henrietta Susskind, 1521 S. W.
Fifth st., and her daughter, Mrs.
Sy Goldman, are vacationing
^g_returned north in East Rockaway. L. I.
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Paul's Patter
ABOUT BEACH BEN B'RITHS
By PAUL WEITZMAN
Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet this coming Tues-
day evening, July 2, 1946, at 8:15 p.m., in the auditorium of the
National hotel, 1677 Collins ave. The Beach B'nai B'rith Women
will meet separately in the patio of the hotel and then join the
men for the program of the evening.
While specific arrangements have not been completed in
time for publication, Walter S. Kovner, program chairman, an-
nounced that an interestsing evening is in store for members,
their ladies and friends. Be sure to attend.
Growing in importance are the
Tuesday luncheon meetings held
by the Miami Beach lodge at the
Ritz Plaza hotel. Last Tuesday
about 25 members attended the
luncheon meeting and had the
privilege of listening to Col. Wil-
liam Kendall, director of the
Nautilus hospital for veterans.
On Tuesday. July 2, another
luncheon meeting will be held at
the Ritz Plaza hotel at 12:15 p.m.,
at which time Gertrude Carnov-
sky, director for girls, of B'nai
B'rith's fifth district, will be the
guest speaker. Officers, trustees
and members are invited to at-
tend these luncheon meetings
where gainful ideas are ex-
changed and plans made for fu-
ture concerted fulfillment.

to help in this tremendous under-
taking.
The need for continued effort
on the part of organizations such
as B'nai B'rith was stressed by
Col. Kendall, whose experience
dates back to work with veterans
of the First World War, and while
his statement that veterans rise
to great heights in business, pro-
fessional and political life was
very encouraging, it was disturb-
ing to hear how many veterans
degenerate, going down the lad-
di instead of up. Services to
veterans now may help in the re-
habilitation of some who would
otherwise be lost as useful citi-
zens. The mod for planning and
effort to bring about a regenera-
tion of veterans to gainful com-
munity existence becomes self
evident. B'nai B'rith is pledged
Dave Emmer was installed as
president of the Civic league at
an installation banquet and dance
held at the National hotel .
S. W. Shapiro, the retiring presi-
dent, received a beautiful desk
set of pens and clock in appreci-
ation, from the league ... An
incident was a rhumba contest
won by Abe Mazor who cut quite
a figure on the dance floor, or
rather the charming lady who
was with him cut the figure. We
didn't taste the champagne which
was the prize Harold and
Stella Turk were celebrating
Harold's birthday eve, and inci-
dentally they are leaving for New
York today. They will attend
the National Membership Meet-
ing at Atlantic City and spend a
few weeks in New York. Be-
fore returning they will attend
an executive committee meeting
at Savannah, Ga.all B'nai B'rith
Last Monday George Talia-
noff addressed the B'nai B'rith
lodge at Ft. Lauderdale: he was
accompanied by Charles Wax, I
field representative of Joint De- |
fense Appeal. Brother Wax was
formerly president of the West
Palm Beach lodge. On Tuesday
George addressed the B'nai B'rith
lodge at West Palm Beach, at
which time the degree team of
Sholem lodge portrayed the in-
itiation ceremonies.
Leo Eisenstein and his wife,
Nola, are back after several weeks
at Hot Springs. Leo, his old,
genial self, led the singing of
'Happy Birthday" for Harold
Turk Seen around was Mal-
eom, son of Harry Magid. with
his English wife Jack Abbott
back at work for B'nai B'rith
new for the Miami Beach lodge-
as chairman of the membership
committee. Knowing the good
work he did for Sholem lodge in
the years before the war, we
know that the Beach lodge is sure
to benefit by his labors God-
frey Newman, chairman of war
services, is crammed full of ideas
on how we can help the disabled
veterans. Now all we need are
ways and means to raise money
to help him carry on his good
work David Lemelman, an
attorney, and member of Sholem
lodge, is in town for a few
months. He was on the prosecu-
tion staff at the war criminals
trials at Neurenberg and Dachau.
We are hopeful of hearing him
tell of some of his experiences
real soon .
The Turks painted their house
to provide a proper background
for the portrait of Stella Turk,
painted by William Earl Singer
*Jjonapm Vui %W S*
Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
... Dr. Isidor Fishbein here to
visit with his wife prior to be-
coming a member of the psychi-
atric staff at the Institute for
Better Living at Hartford, Conn.
Was he by any chance checking
on his expectant heir? Ben-
jamin Meyers, accompanied by
his wife, Anna Brenner Meyers,
going to Havana to participate
in Shriners' "shindig" Dr.
William Bernstein now up north
to take special advanced courses.
Burnett Roth did a magnifi-
cent job on the constitutional
committee at Des Moines, Iowa,
for the American Veterans com-
mitteea real progressive organ-
ization. Bernie, a member of
Sholem lodge, has long been one
of our favorite people because of
his outstanding ability and inim-
itable sense of humor Con-
gratulations to Joseph M. Rose
a**?:* if
' >. and Anw
man- -cutive a*?*'.
gelation flewAuPpa;:tJ
-h's father-in-law ^*1
Impersonally i tV"i*
tha< Mrs. Paul w'^t'
New York < mS
and fnends. But '
'"Personal wffSji
one and left me?" ?*
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The American Zionist leadership headed by Dr Abba HUU1 ci
All special interests of group and party must give wav k
all l^fM by refute, mllit J, uSLSaTp, Yer"
Th. ZOA s,d. **> party interest leao>r,hip ^ ^
poll ^^^^ss^^s^ass
MIAMI:-MIAMI Y cmd BRTH nilS?1811
ZOA TICKET
No. 1
Headed by DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER
tantly represented American Zionism to the world and has con*-
ntly championed the maximal Zionist program.
NoW, ,,., thmn %rl_ and his associate*.
Vote th. ZOA Tick* No. 1 in the .lections thi. Sunday. June 30th.
For almost fifty y..,, th. 20A has carried the banner of Zionism
n America It, member, and officer, carry the chief responsible
or all major Zionist efforts. The ZOA slate moat truly repres.n
in. actir. cTeuiY. forcM of Am^can ZionUm.
Go to the polJa-bring er.ry adult member of your fanulT-'n*n
nd womenwuj, you.
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ve Summer Events to Feature
/oice of Youth/ Varied Topics
Francis
P Locke, editor of the editorial page of the Miami
^ 11 nnon "The Voice of Youth," a summer forum
RDSENTHAL GETS
POST AT !
GORCHOV TO DIRECT
AD AGENCY AT BEACH
News, will open
P !Lr oroqrams for the young people of Greater
W*ZEvening, July 14, at the Miami Y. Thi
Sunday evening, July
Miami, 1
This series '
the
|S p.rn. a" 'd by members of youth groups in cooperation
f ^"i Jewish organizations interested in youth activities.
I 11 speak on "The Meaning of Independence Day
I Locke vi jir^ pr0gram, which will commemorate Independ-
nd Bastille Day. Two films, "Over the Rainbow
^ A "Linked in Freedom's Cause," will be shown.
fcS program or.Sunday
!n July 21, "tthe Beach Y.
,"Sture a panel d'scuss.on
Pt hv Cooper. David Jacobs,
Ke Schwartz, and Milton
J^presentatives of youth
H with Miss Malvina Weiss,
^principal of the Central
_,h Ekmentary school, as mod-
tr|0n,hesubjtof"Dernoc-
Our Street and School.
dine the discussion, two
Americans AH" and "The
jld We Want to Live In," will
| shown.
,_ commemoration of Tisha
fv the program on Aug. 4 at
. Miami Y will feature a talk
IRabbi Colman A. Zwitman of
nple Israel. His subject will
-Palestine Is A Reality." The
. will follow the showing of
I films, "They Live Again" and
itadruthBuilders of A Na-
he international situation will
[discussed at the meeting on
18 at the Beach Y when
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Arthur Griffith of the editorial
staff of the Miami Herald will
discuss the question, "Will We
Have to Fight Another War?" A
recording of excerpts from
speeches by the late President
Roosevelt and the showing of the
film "Peace Builders" will con-
clude the program.
The series will bo brought to a
close on Sept. 8 at the Miami Y
in commemoration of Labor Day
with Charles Smolikoff, Florida
director of the Congress of In-
dustrial Organizations, speaking
on "Labor Looks to Youth" and
the showing of a film dealing
with the subject of labor.
Dancing and refreshments will
follow the formal programs with
the exception of the evening de-
voted to Tisha B'Av.
Each meeting will be presided
over by a different representa-
tive of the youth groups and their
members will act as ushers and
hostesses.
The organizations sponsoring
this series are the Anti-Defama-
tion league, the B'nai B*rith Youth
organization, the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, the Miami and
Beach Ys and the Zionist Youth
commission.
Admission will be free to adults
as well as young people.
Daniel D. Rosenthal of Cincin-
nati has been engaged as activities
director of the Miami Y, George
Chertkof, president, announced
this work. A newly created posi-
tion, the directorship was made
posi ible through a special appro-
priation by the Gi at Miami
Jewish Federatii n.
A graduate ol the University of
California at Los Angeles, Rosen-
thai majored in psycl il gy. Hi is
also a graduate ol thi School for
Jewish Social Work in New York
and the New York School ol So-
cial Work. He has completed two
years of graduate study in case
work and group work, with
greater emphasis on group work.
From 1037 to 1942. Rosenthal
was activities director and as-
sistant director at the Cincinnati
Jewish Center. He was inducted
in the Army in 1942 and receiv-
ed the rank of captain in Novem-
ber. During part of his training,
he was stationed at Miami Beach.
Rosenthal was selected by the
Y's personnel committee after an
interview with Win. D. Singer,
the committee chairman, in
Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Rosen-
thal will arrive in Miami next
week.
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MYDAY
Scheduled for formal opening
July 1, the new Miami Beach
office of the S.S. Cantor Adver-
tising Agency, located at 600 Lin-
coln Rd. bldg.,- is in charge of
Sidney B. Gorchov, veteran ad-
vertising director, recently sepa-
rated from the Army after five
and a half years service.
Gorchov, who has been engag-
ed in advertising since 1934, is
the author of a series of articles
titled "Why Advertising?" pub-
lished by the Philadelphia Sub-
urban Newspapers, Inc., in 1939.
The serins drew praise from Edi-
tor & Publisher, Advertising and
Selling and other advertising
journals.
Over 60 Advertising accounts
are handled by the Cantor Agen-
cy throughout the country. The
Agency is recognized nationally
by the American Newspaper
Publishers Assoc, the Business
Papers Assoc, and the Periodic
Publishers Assoc. as a credited
and qualified advertising firm.
Gorchov resides at 2142 Coral
Way with his wife and son. He is
a journalism graduate of Uni-
versity of Alabama, class of 1933,
and holds a reserve commission
as a major, coast artillery corps.
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row in Beth David synagogue.
Relatives and friends have been
invited to the services and to the
open house which Bobby's par-
ents will hold Sunday afternoon
from 3 to 6 p.m.
The Newmans will be hosts to
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andoah Junior High school, Bob-
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 26
Miami 18. Florida. Friday. June 28, 1940_________
SIVAN 29, 5706
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JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1946, J. T. A.)
1IRGUN THREATENS TO
EXECUTE OFFICERS
QUESTION: What i* an Ali-
YANSWER: On the days when
the To, ah is read in the syna-
gogue it is customary to cal a
number of individuals up to the
Sorm by name and have them
recite the blessing while standing
before the Torah. S.nce the act
so described constitutes an ascen-
sion to a higher platform, bo h m
the mate rial and in the spiritual
eL one is regarded as having
,n Alivah. The word Aliyah is
,m a Hebrew derivative mean-
ing to rise, to come up, etc.
QUESTION: Why is *
Torah read in Hebrew only?
ANSWER: Hebrew, being the
,riglnal language in which it was
written, would logically be the
,anguagc in which to read it. In
addition, it served as a means of
popularizing the Hebrew langu-
age even in the Diaspora. It
A VOTE THAT MEANS RESULTS
On Sunday, June 30, Zionists in this community will go to
the polls and elect American delegates to the 22nd World Zion-
ist Congress. Meeting for the first time since 1939, the Congress
will be called upon to make major political decisions affecting
the future and fate of the Jewish Homeland.
It is for this reason that each Shekel holder should exercise
the franchise to which he is entitled by virtue of possession of
the Shekel, the small blue certificate which most members of
the local Jewish community have received.
At the polls the voter will receive a ballot containing long
lists of candidates, each slate offered by one or another Zionist
party or group, and he will be called upon to indicate his choice,
not for individual candidates, but for the party or entire list
which he prefers. This method of election leaves much to be
desired, but the intelligent Zionist must consider all factors, the
nature of the Congress, the issues confronting it, the program however,
and policies of the parties, the political effect of the vote, and 'mu^jonT times it was customary
m,,ct rlinnso thrrt nrnnn which he feels is best eauiDDed to i have an interpreter (called a
Meturgamen) follow the original
,, elation in Hebrew by reading
m Aramaic translation in those
lands where the Jews spoke
Aramaic. It can thus be seen
that there was a definite attempt
to have the populace understand
the Torah in whatever language
they spoke. The reading was
called Targum which means in-
terpretation or translation. With
(he spread of the Jewish people
through so many lands and
tongues, this practice was discon-
tinued because of the impractica-
bility of making so many differ-
ent translations as well as the
possible danger of making the
translations more revered than
the original. As is the case with
the prayers, reading the Torah in
Hebrew is one of the few meas-
ures we have of perpetuating the
Hebrew language.
JERUSALEM (JTA) British
troops this week continued their
hunt for the three kidnapped of-
ficers still heloj by the Irgun,
following an announcement over
the Irgun underground radio that
they will be executed if the death
sentence imposed last week upon
two Irgun members is not com-
muted. The commutation of the
sentences was also urged in a
broadcast over the Haganah radio.
The local press reported that
Maj. H. B. Chadwick, who it was
believed escaped from the kid-
nappers last week, actually was
released to act as liaison between
the authorities and the Irgun in
an attempt to arrange the release
of the men still held in return for
a promise of clemency for the two
condemned members of the Irgun.
DR. CATO TO DISCUSS
POLIO SITUATION
must choose that group which he feels is best equipped to
render maximum service to the Zionist cause.
Despite a rather heated propaganda campaign engaged in
by several of the smaller parties, it is acknowledged by the
masses of American Jews that the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and its leadership have carried the brunt of the political
responsibility in this country. Accordingly, it is vital that a
tremendous popular vote be registered for the Z.O.A. to buttress
its prestige and to fortify its leadership in the additional tasks
which lie ahead.
To fragmentize Zionist stiength for partisan reasons, to scatter
the vote among many parties can result only in confusing the
non-Jewish world, and in undermining and weakening the pow-
erful and effective Z.O.A. at a time when it should have addi-
tional, compelling confirmation of the support it enjoys from
American Jewry.
Thousands oi Zionists the country over, nominally members
of other parties, or unaffiliated with any other group, will accord-
ingly cast their voles for the Z.O.A. In the best interests of the
Zionist movement it is earnestly hoped that Shekel holders in
this community will do likewise.
"Is There A Polio Epidemic?"
is the subject to be discussed by
Dr. T. E. Cato, county commis-
sioner of health, at the Downtown
Club meeting of B'nai B'rith
Sholem lodge, to be held at 12:15
p.m. today, announced E. Albert
Pallot, president.
Burnett Roth, luncheon club
chairman, advises that lodge
members and their guests are in-
vited to attend this luncheon,
which is held in the Downtown
Restaurant, Seybold building.
MR. BIGGOTT
3.000 ELIGIBLE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
arranging to have two Mizrachi
supporters at each polling place.
Mr. Ashkenazy listed the follow-
ing who will represent the Pro-
gressives: Dr. Harry H. Queen,
David Freedman, Mrs. Lena Mint-
zes, L. Ehrlich and Henry Seitlin.
Transportation to the polls is
being arranged by the various
groups.
No absentee voting is provided
for, Roth said. Persons who wish
to vote out of town may do so by
presenting their Shekels at the
polls.
JANE ADDAMS' LIFE
TO BE RADIO TOPIC
Thr dramatic story of a lady
who strove unceasingly for the
-lum people of Chicago, is told
in a 15-minute radio show, "Jane
Addams." starring Wendy Barrie
and David Ross. The program
will be broadcast Sunday morn-
mn at 8:30 a.m. over radio station
WIOD. and is the third of the
1.' st We ForgetThese Great
Americans" series, heard each
Sunday at that hour over WIOD.
Presented by the Institute for
Democratic Education. Sunday's
episode depicts Jane Addams as
a woman who fought bigotry and
prejudice so that the poor could
go forward to make a better
world. Featured in the presenta-
tion is Hester Sondergaard
Mr. Biggott: "Hurry, operator, this is an
emergency. I want a white, native-born,
American policeman."
RAND FETED
The House Council of the Mi-
ami Y honored Mike Rand at a
farewell party at the Y last night.
The former athletic director and
YorkX.aU" 1CaVing ^ NeW
Committee Appointments
Await Hospital Decision
Appointment of the budget and
executive committees of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion by its board of directors has
been postponed until a decision
is made on the proposed joint
hospital-Federation campaign, it
was announced this week.
Trustees of the hospital and
executives of Federation are ex-
pected to make final decisions on
the campaign within the next few
weeks.
Two professional ,itl
were engaged by the P.?!**
ami Jewish FederoX'*
0 aid in the fund-ra^
community Plar,ning acS*
the organi2atlon. ^f N
8LS? SSfirsS
At present trade seen*,.. ,
the United Jewish A <
charge of organization of L
divisions. Click will SIZ
Federation's assistant in Jj
raising. A graduate of theZ
inmu w-tit..,. "
York Business Institute, h.
been associated with th-
Distribution Committee
been associated with the" jZ
lbution Committee in
fund-raising department and m
Party To Honor Ex-GIs
Celebrating the return of their
four sons from service, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Weintraub, 1261 S. W.
Fifth st., will hold open house
Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6.
The Weintraub brothers are Mor-
ris, who served with the coast
artillery in Okinawa; Philip, who
served with the infantry in Eu-
rope; Milton, who served with the
late Gen. George S. Patton in
Germany, and Stanley, who was
a Marine staff sergeant in the
Solomon Islands.
PLAN BOAT RIDE
A moonlight sail will be held by
the Workmen's Circle Vladeck
branch of Miami Sunday evening,
June 30. The affair will take place
aboard the Seminole Queen no.
two, which leaves from the Miami
Yacht basin at 8 p.m.
Reservations may be made with
J. Siegel at 2-3474 or S. Kahn, at
3-8924 or 48-1252.
Breakfast Opens Drive
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Elry Stone, Isaac Levin, Nathan
Adelman, Burnett Roth, "Marx M.
Feinberg. Milton A. Friedman,
Dr. Everett Blasberg, Max Silver,
Sam B. Miller, Sam Alexander,
Alex Cohen, John Kronenfeld,
Abe Aronovitz, J. Barney Spector,
Sam Silver. Ernest Sussman, Je-
rome Weinkle, Ben Essen.
PARTIES BITTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
cases of lost Shekels, the Central
Shekel board prepare duplicate
Shekels which would be distrib-
uted to those who had mislaid
their original Shekel.
If both these suggestions were
unacceptable, they urged that the
elections be dispensed with en-
tirely and that a united ticket of
all parties, with the mandate dis-
tributed in a manner satisfactory
to all, be drawn up.
in it,
iment and
formerly in the administrate
department of New York's Beth
Israel hospital.
Gliek has also served as sen-
lor fund-raising secretary of the
Joint Defense Appeal. He is m.
ried and has two children.
Garvey, who is now work
with emigres for the National
Refugee Service, will be Federa-
tion's assistant in community
planning. Discharged from the
Army about nine months ago. he
has had a wide experience in so-
cial work and also in fund-rais-
ing.
He received his bachelor's de-
gree in 1934 from the University
of Pittsburgh and in 1939 was
awarded a master's degree by the
School of Applied Social Science,
Pittsburgh. He was connected
with the Children's Service bur-
eau and the Mother's Assistance
fund in that city before serving
as a disaster relief worker with
the Red Cross in Louisville, Ky.
Garvey has also been a field
representative for NRS in charge
of the community organization
department for the West Central
states. During his three years in
the Army, he served in the per-
sonnel department. He is married
and has one child.
Both Click and Garvey are e-
pected to begin their duties here
at the beginning of August.
BEACH Y CAMPERS
TO HELP EUROPEANS
Remembering less fortunate
children, Beach Y campers ths
week adopted two projects to aid
children overseas. They will col-
lect clothing and make arts and
crafts items for shipment
Europe.
Decision on the projects was
made by the campers themselves
through their own governing
body. Each group has two repre-
sentatives on the camp council.
whose advisors are Sidney Ros-
enblatt and Walter Lynn.
The three groups represented
are the juniors, who have adopt*
the name "Sampson"; the inter-
mediates, of "Marashes," and tM
seniors, or "Moses." RePrese"2
the Sampsons are Harvey TH
blum and Shayne RosentwJ
Marashes, Barry Tarran and JP
lene Koren; Moses, Therese W
dy and Larry Feingold-
Representing the groups on t
camp newspaper are Sheila*
vine and Arlene AhJJJ*gj
Joseph Ross and David|MJj
Marashes; Martha Becker *
Norton Levine, Moses. Alan we.
tin is their advisor.
Among the weekly evening
tertainments being pta"*7
khe council are an "
quiz program, truth^ ^
quences and treasure nu-
Moses presented a minstrel^
yesterday. hi]dren *
With more than 50 chu ^
ready enrolled in the csnP
Beach Y is still taking reg
tion for new campers.


Lis, April"' Weddins
a Mrs Herbert Blumen-
Mr. and Mrs. n
H' af,ClnP n New York city,
Effi! &home in ?avan-
are m_ak,nf hc bride is the former
H. fla The bride is trie xorme.
"* Mher April, daughter of
feiS Mrs. S.mon April, for-
J**' a?dM!am Mr. Blumenthal
lihal of Savannah.
I'l couple was married at a
Jml r'mony on May 19 m
I R'nai Israel synagogue in
ftLnnS with the bride's father
ESS Mrs. Louis Cohen,
If Ss sister, was the matron
PCS and^is brother. Sol
Blumenthal. was the best man
luT Sevmour Gladstone and
Is Tobie Jacobskind of Miami
I nded the bride. Seymour
BEL. of Miami and Gilbert
Indrezin, of Savannah, were the
Ipoomsmen. Flower girls were
IL groom's neices, Harriet Kan-
llor and Harriet Cohen, of Sa-
Ivannah.
Inre Mrs. Sara Stone, Mr. and
I Mrs Ben Stone, Mr. and Mrs.
ICeorge Stone. Jack Stone, Mr.
land Mrs. Louis Stone, Mr. and
Mrs Barney Silfkin, Max Blu-
Imenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Myron M.
iNewman. Mrs. Hattie Newman,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind,
IMr and Mrs. Milton Weiner and
[Barbara Weiner.
( Mrs. Blumenthal was gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High
[school and attended the Univers-
ity of Miami, where she was a
| member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
[sorority.
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PAGE SEVEN
Dr. Waisbren Takes
Bride To Boston
Dr. and Mrs. Burton Waisbren,
who were married on May 28 at
the Versailles hotel, are making
their home temporarily in Bos-
ton, Mass., where the doctor is
interning at Boston City hospital.
Mrs. Waisbren, the former
Florence Booxbaum, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Boox-
baum, of 1727 Meridian ave., was
attended by her sister, Mrs. Na-
than Siden, matron of honor;
Miss Carol Waisbren, the bride-
groom's sister, maid of honor, and
the Misses Carolyn Spiro, Frances
Katz and Mollea Michael, brides-
maids.
The bridegroom, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Waisbren of Mil-
waukee, Wis., was attended by
James Brachman, best man, and
Nathan Siden, Louis Meisel, Her-
bert Heavenrich and Merritt Ab-
rams, groomsmen.
Both the bride and bridegroom
attended the University of Wis-
consin from which the doctor was
graduated. Mrs. Waisbren is an
alumna of Miami Beach High
school.
Before leaving for Boston, the
couple toured Cuba and the west
coast of Florida.
ARMY VETERANS WED
Miss Sally Cappon, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cappon,
of Cleveland. Ohio, was married
Sunday evening to George Ru-
benstein, son of Fredrick Ruben-
stein, of Philadelphia, Pa., at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Alex
Scott, 1791 S. W. 16th tor. Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiated. After
honeymooning on Miami Beach,
the couple will reside in Miami.
Mrs. Rubenstein attended school
in Cleveland and served for three
years as a WAC at Luke Field,
Ariz. Mr. Rubenstein, who was
in the air corps, spent three years
overseas.
WALLY-PREVILLE
Miss Joyce Wally, daughter of
I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wally,
[1944 Michigan ave., was married
I to Sheridan Alvin Preville on
I June 6 in the cottage room of
[Hampshire House, New York.
[Mrs. Alvin Greif. jr., Baltimore,
[was her sister's matron of honor,
and Miss Elinore Preville and
[Miss Phyllis Wolfson, Miami
I Beach, were bridesmaids. After a
[honeymoon at Grove Park Inn,
lAsheville, N.C., the couple will
[reside in New York.
Miss Liberman Plans
Summer Wedding
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Esther Liberman to
Frank Solomon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Solomon, 612 15th
St., is being made by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Liberman, 1870
S. W. 15th st.
Miss Liberman, formerly of
Akron, Ohio, was graduated from
Ohio State university, where she
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority. Mr. Solomon, who
is now attending the University
of Miami Law school, was previ-
ously a student at the University
of Georgia where he was a mem-
ber of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
No definite date has been set
for the wedding, which will take
place sometime during the sum-
mer.
MISS HOROWITZ WEDS
Miss Vivienne Horowitz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham H.
Horowitz, of New York city, was
married at the Jewish Center,
New York, to Rabbi Norman
Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Seigel, of Baltimore, Md., on
June 16. Rabbi D. Leo Jung, as-
sisted to Rabbi Moses Poleyoff
and Rabbi Morris H. Finner, of
Yeshiva university, officiated.
The bride is a graduate of
Brooklyn college and also attend-
ed the Teachers' Institute of the
Jewish Theological seminary.
The groom, who served for five
years as an Army chaplain, is
now rabbi of the Congregation
Beth Israel of New Orleans, La.
Magids Reside In N. Y.
After Wedding Here
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Magid,
after a wedding trip to Darien,
Conn, and Boston, Mass., are mak-
ing their home in New York.
Mrs. Magid, the former Lois Braz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Braz, 320 N.W. 29 st., and Mr.
Magid were married recently at
the home of Rabbi Jacob H. Kap-
lan.
Maid of honor was the bride's
aunt, Miss Rose Fisher. Mr. Ma-
gid's best man was his brother,
Sam, who came from New York
for the wedding. A dinner at the
Versailles hotel for members of
the immediate family followed
the ceremony. Mrs. Magid grad-
uated from Miami Edison High
school and Mr. Magid attended
the University of Virginia.
EUROPEANS SEEK
RELATIVES IN U. S.
BOFTAN-LEVEINE
TO HOLD PICNIC
The American Birobidjan com-
mittee, Miami chapter, will spon-
sor a picnic at noon Sunday on
the grounds of the Beach Y. Re-
freshments, entertainment and
surprises are in store for all who
attend, says Mrs. Marian Baumel,
secretary. The public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lcviene
are at home at 513 N.W. Seventh
st. after a honeymoon in Cuba.
The former Adele Rosemary Bof-
tan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Boftan. was married to Law-
rence-Leveine at a formal cere-
mony at the Beth David syna-
gogue on May 19 with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Attending
the couple were Miss Marilyn
Isenberg and Roy Miller. Ring-
bearer was Donny Leven.
Mrs. Leveine attended Miami
Senior High school and Mr. Le-
veine attended New York uni-
versity for two years.
The Service to the Foreign
Born department, Miami section,
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women is sending out an ap-
peal to locate 13 persons on be-
half of their relatives in Europe.
Those sought are Mark Kopper
by Janka Rosenberg, Budapest;
Lotte Meadows by Harriet Eh-
mann, Lithuania; Lotte Margulies
by Sara Ella Margules; Raphael
or Moses Haut or Mr. Orshitzer by
Leon Fries; Mary Schwartz by
Isaak Bela: Dr. Jonas Spinner by
Henrietta Haas; H. D. Bubnian by
Josef Bobman; Ludwig Schon by
George Schon; Erika Sehaffer by
Jakeib Sehaffer: Chaslciel Braus
by Miriam Karpcl; Louis Wein-
berg by M. Blankiet; and Sali
Miehlow by Gisella Scnonblum.
Anyone having information
concerning location of any of
these people is asked to contact
the National Council of Jewish
Women in the Congress building.
A special meeting of the Jew-
ish Social Service bureau board
of directors will be held 8 p.m.
Monday at the offices of Federa-
tion, 1002 Congress building. Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, president, has
called the meeting.
Hollywood is interested in Mel-
vyn Douglas' stage hit "Call Me
Mister," with an all-veteran cast.
Mel. returning to Hollywood last
week after nearly four years' ab-
sence to appear with Spencer
Tracv and Katherine Hepburn in
MGM's "Sea Of Grass," has al-
ready been approached for screen
rights to his Broadway hit.
THE MOANING AFTER
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in Ihis world? .
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Mr. Schupler is the son of Mr. and
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Beach Congress Women
Map Plans for Next Season
"Unity through unison" is the motto which was adopted by
the Miami Beach Women's division. American Jewish Congress,
at a board meeting held at the home of Mrs. Louis Wasser.
president, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Joseph Fine, president or
the Miami division, and her officers, were guests at the meet-
ing which was held in the form of a dessert party.
At the meeting, it was announced that Mrs. I. M. Weinstein
will continue to serve as book reviewer for the series sponsored
by AJC. The project, part of the organization's civic activities, is
designed to further Congress objectivesmilitant action to com-
bat anti-democratic tendencies*
AT ATOM TEST
Edward Rosenthal, one of the
owners of the Riverside Memorial
PRENSKY BROTHERS
OUT OF SERVICE
and to promote Palestine as a
nation-il homeland, Mrs. Glas-
ser reports.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, vice
president, will serve as chairman
of the series which will be held
on the second and fourth Fridays
Of each month. Mrs. Sherry's
committee and the opening date
of the series is to be announced
in a short time.
As a new phase in the Congress
education program, Mrs. Glasser
announced that Miss Malvina
Weiss, assistant principal of Cen-
tral Beach Elementary school, has
accepted chairmanship of the in-
tercultural committee.
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
new chairman of the commission
on community interrelations
about the local veterans'
i ureau and asked mem-
bers to report vacancies to the
bureau and to ask landlords to
hers prepare garments for ship-
ment to Europe.
Congress warehouses have
sorted, reconditioned and I>1
overseas two and one-half mil-
ion pounds of used clothing and
almost 14.000 sewn garments In
the three and one-half years I
AJC has bevn engaged in this re-
lief work for Eurooe. The ship-
ments arc nwte through, the
World Jewish Congress.
DENTIST OPENS OFFICE
Dr. Roy F. Mack, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Mack, 821 S.W. 23
ave., has opened officis for the
practice of general dentistry and
oral surgery at 1643 N.W. 35 st.
A native Miamian. Dr. Mack
' >" ..... '."'">- attended Emory university and
renting preference to veter- All.,..,,, Southern Dental college
"and i Ids bachelor of arts, mas-
: arts, and doctor of dental
ry degrees, He interned at
John Hopkins university in Bal-
hapel of New York and Miami
Beach, is the only mortician chos-
en by tin U.S. gi vernment to be
. :, ent at the atom bomb experi-
| at Bikini atoll.
nd th< ir families
Mrs Arthur Selevan will take
I ngs to facilitati the
A '; i d was thi ih
AJC for ii How Ji ws in
; Mrs. Glasser and I
f the 1 oard describi d
I i : visits to the New York
I Work Rooms where mem-
timore, Md., when he specialized
in oral surgery, and then si i v 6
as resident dentist and oral sur-
geon at the Georgia state I
tal. He also served 19 months inj
the Army.
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Convalescent Soldiers
To Be Guests of BPW
A group i :' convali scent ser-
vicemt n from Pratt General Hos-
pital will be the guests of the
Busim and : nal Wom-
en's division i f Hadassah at a
h,,:,t rid i b held at 9 p.m.
\v. dm day, July 17, aboard the
Showboat.
Proceeds from the affair, to
which the public is invited, will
be devoted to the Hadassah
al organization for Pales-
tine.
Tickets, priced at SI.25. may
be reserved with Miss Edyth
Fleischi cl ..man. at 5-4459.
during the eai ly evening.
Arrang* ments for the service-
men to be guests hav been made
through the cooperation of the
Ji Wi I ire board.
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 Ticket No. 3
SUNDAY. JUNE 30th. 1946
MIZRACHI ZIONISM IS COMPLETE. HISTORIC ZIONISM
BBG CONVENTION
SET FOR JULY 28
July 28 is the tentative date set
foi the third annual district con-
vention of the B'nai B'rith Girls
and Young Women, to be held
lure. Mi Gertrude Carnovsky,
district director, announced this
week. Lettci have been sent to
rs in the district for ap-
proval of the convention time
will extend through July
30.
1 lly planned for this
convention was post-
i : the threatening
mic. Terry Fishman.
34 L I dr., is the convi n-
citj i hail man. S.i: a Rose
rt II 17 N.W. Eighth st.,
pn lent.
Out of service and expected in
Miami shortly are the two sons of
Dr. William S. Prensky, 530 S.W.
29th id.
The elder, Lt. (sg) David Prens-
ky is planning to associate with
Dr. Leo Kupper in the practice of
dentistry. A veteran of two and
one-half years in the Navy, Dr.
Prensky spent two years in the
South Pacific as a dentist in the
coast guard, aboard the U. S.
Cepheus. He is a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, of
which his father is also an
alumnus.
He will make his home with
his wife and their three-year old
daughter, Cathie, at 1446 Jeffer-
-i n ave.
His brother, Bertram Ross
Prensky, recently returned from
Germany where he was a corp-
oral in the Army. He may enter
the University of Miami to com-
pute his studies. Before serving
in the Army, he attended Oberlin
college for two years and was ac-
tive in dramatics there. He also
studied at the Art Students'
league in New York, and was
formerly employed by the U.S.
Geodetic Survey.
Emanon Club Dance
MIAMI Y Tncu^
the M.ami V *^
Pictures of Jew* .JtB
camp every Weo*Z**|
banning July ,n g*gj
be shown will be "tl?*l
Sword," the story >."*l
Ration in^tSS
Twenty children have ,
n the beginners' HebnT
wh.eh ,s part of the ca^
Two groups-thecampco,
and a journalism club Lj
formed this week A
being held to dec.deV^!
the camp newspaper which'
be issued weekly.
Two separate kitchens
maintained and strict did,
laws observed, Maurice Gn
man, executive director, ten
adding that inspection ii invfc
Registration is now being t
en for the second session wk
begins July 8.
WBSEWIN8HO&0I
Miss Queenie Machtei,
ter of Rabbi and Mn. S. M. 7
lei 1450 S.W. 17 ter.. puMdi
state board exam for rejig
nurses with high honors luh
in Jacksonville. She was gr
aied from Jaclaon Memoriill
pital this winter.
Monthly dance of the Emanon
club will be held at the Miami Y
Sunday evening, according io
George Siegel. president. The
dance for young men and women
is being arranged by Sam Green -
stein, social chairman. The public
is invited.
Hotelmen Choose I
Richard G. Danner, formtrf
head of Florida, was appoii
executive director of the
Beach Hotel Owners'
at a meeting of the board of i
rectors this week.
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PAGE NINE
.^DBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
FRONT industry. r
[
Pfigc st.ll bear Hcn-
H K is the P'w"
pu
,,f
Mb,e l SX Kate
name-
a Jewish
to sell
woman, was
ho- drygoods
, jjS/JStSX
fcery cross
urganized in
eleven daily newspapers for close
to 8,000,000 people but Palestine
has ten daily Hebrew newspapers
for a little over 600,000 population
45000 radio sets are owned by
the Jews in Palestine. The an-
nual budget of the Hebrew uni-
versity in Jerusalem is $1,200,000
. Jewish, athletes from Palestine
will participate in the next Olym-
pic games. The Palestine Sym-
phony orchestra is on its way to
England to give six concerts in
Albert hall, largest auditorium in
London. A shepherd in Pales-
tine must be at least ten years
[Youth, now '";''""" "I Iold before he is recognized as
under the .J^JJJJ such by the government.
,he American-Brown |_______* ^ j~
Jand. is a dangerous | MISCELLANY
It continues the
-Kraft durch Frcude"
kit
a GROSSMAN is a
of the Polish-Jewish
L to the United States.
,he Chalutz movement
Lid in Nazi and Soviet
f Organized the resis-
ts of the Bialystok
bringing in arms and
Hion. Led the revolt
very end escaped
foods and continued fight-
(member of the partisan*.
k26... Fair, slightly freck-
tplexion, straight light-
air. .. Rather small, blue-
yes she is of short,
lid... Looks like an aryan
leasant girl. The "Goy-
learance helped her to es-
|. Has many Polish and
Becorations for heroism in
[.. Is a dynamic speaker
ublic platform, In pri-
bversation she is modest
t of herself. Destined to
leader of the Shemir Haz-
fremen'. in Palestine. .
i YOU DIDN'T KNOW. ..
|ir. the midst of the pres-
. Tel Aviv held its 11th
I exhibition of the fashion
Omar N. Bradley, administrator
of the U.S. Veterans administra-
tion, says that the administra-
tion's records list 28,000 Kellys,
17,500 Cohens, 16,000 Schultz, and
2,000 Kominskis. Don't miss
Rembrandt, the Jews and the
Bible" by Franz' Landsberger,
published by the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America. Taxi
drivers, Jewish and non-Jewish,
m New York should be given
courses in democracy. Their
behavior toward Negroes is dis-
graceful. The members of the
Actions committees of The Pro-
testant picketed the British Con-
sulate in New York and Chicago
to protest against the Bcvin
speech. Meyer Weisgal and son
and Henry Montor and son are
going to have a hot time in Pal-
estine. Copyright 1946 Seven
Arts Feature Syndicate.
By current plan, final scenes in
Gary Cooper's new picture "Cloak
and Dagger," made by Warner
Producers Milton Sperling and
Joe Bernhard will name Argen-
tina and Spain as fascist nations
and show German scientists work-
ing there on the atom bomb!
Sperling, consequently, antici-
pates he won't be getting film
distribution in those countries.
A plan tor an aged home locat-
ed in Miami to serve communi-
ties of Florida and Georgia was
presented to delegates at the re-
cent conference on care of the
aged in Jacksonville, Max Green-
berg reported to the Jewish Flor-
id ian this week.
Mr. Greenberg, who is chair-
man of the local home's building j
committee and a member of its
board, outlined a plan at the con-
ference whereby the various com-
munities of the area would co-
operate in the project and main-
tain as many rooms as they re- '
quire. Each community involved
would have a street named for
its city.
A guest house where children
of the residents could stay at a
minimum cost, as well as a recre-
ation hall, synagogue, infirmary,
large dining room and kitchen
are included in the plan which
Mr. Greenberg claims would cost
about one third of what the var-
ious communities are now paying
foi aged care.
The delegates unanimously
passed a motion, made by Mrs.
Benjamin Mayers of Miami, sug-
gesting unified action by Florida
and Georgia in the care of the
aged.
Adoption of a cooperative plan
now awaits acceptance by the
various communities.
At a session held before the con-
ference to discuss the Atlanta He-
brew Orphans' home, a resolution
was passed recommending that a
study be made and presented to
officials of the home to determine
whether the services of the home
are needed in the area. The study
will include an outline of the type
of services required in the area
for dependent children. It was
proposed that federations in the
area be represented on the com-
mittee in order to implement the
recommendations in their cities.
HANDING OVER THE GAVEL TO DAVE EMMER. new presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Civic league, is Samuel W. Shapiro.
retiring president. Emmer and his fellow officers were in-
stalled at a dinner-dance held Saturday evening at the Na-
tional hotel A drive to double the present membership of
250 was launched at the affair. Committee chairmen ap-
pointed are I. Aaron Abbott, civic; James H. Ruby, scholar-
ship; Jack Kurshan, entertainment; Louis Gillman, finance;
David Isen, publicity; Daniel D. Daniels, editor of the Civic
League News, and Carl Gardner, representative to the Presi-
dent's council. i
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Joseph M. Lipton, President
Harold Geo. Shapiro of Coral
Gables is the new president of
the Greater Miami Masada chap-
ter, young men's Zionist group,
which is planning a joint Sunday
"brunch" with Junior Hadassah,
its sister organization, for next
month.
Masada was recently reorgan-
ized after being inactive since
1942 when a large number of its
members went into the armed
services.
Serving with Shapiro is Jerry
Schwartz, of Miami Beach, sec-
retary. At a meeting held last
Tuesday, Marvin Cooper, Charles
Freefield and Seymour Hinkes
were elected to serve with the of-
ficers on an executive board.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, guest
speaker, discussed the meaning
of Zionism and how it is inter-
related with the fundamentals of
Judaism.
An intensive campaign to re-
cruit 40 girls by August 1 for
the nurses* training school at
Jackson Memorial hospital is be-
ing conducted by the Dade Coun-
ty chapter, American Red Cross,
it was announced Thursday by
[Mrs. Ruth Knowlton, chairman of
I the nurse recruitment committee
'of the Red Cross here.
Although the committee re-
cruited many nurses and nurse
trainees for the Army and Navy
during the war, this is its first
peace time project.
The need for nurses has in-
creased since the war ended, Miss
Geneva Simmons, RN, who is as-
sistent director of student activ-
ities for the training school here,
explained. Expanded Army and
Navy staffs, veterans' hospitals,
rehabilitation centers and indus-
tries have absorbed hundreds of
nurses tending to make a short-
age, she said.
Basic requirements for girls in-
terested in becoming nurses are
that they be between the ages of
18 and 30, single, high school
graduates and in good health.
Applicants who are accepted
following a personal interview
with Miss Simmons are given a
medical, dental and "mental ex-
amination all of which must be
passed before beginning actual
training on Sept. 11, the starting
date of the next class.
Further information on enroll-
ing in the nurses' training school
here may be obtained either at
Red Cross headquarters, 507 N.E.
First ave., or at Jackson Memo-
rial hospital.
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T. O. Thackrey, editor and gen-
eral manager of the New York
Post, has announced that a series
of rewards, from $5,000 up, would
be offered by his newspaper for
finding the "escaped" ex-mufti of
Jerusalem and bringing him to
trial as a war criminal.
He pointed out, however, that
the real trouble was not the find-
ing of the mufti, but in locating
an official agency that really
wanted to try him. It is question-
able, he said, whether any of the
powers involved in the Palestine
question want to find the ex-
mufti.
Simultaneously with the an-
nouncement, the N. Y. Post repro-
duced documentary proof that the
ex-mufti urged foreign ministers
of Hungary, Rumania and Bul-
garia to ship Jews to Poland dur-
ing the Nazi regime in order to
prevent them from reaching Pal-
estine. A photostatic copy is also
reproduced of a telegram sent by
Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler
to the ex-mufti which establishes
the mufti's ties with the Nazis.
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CPA Approves Requests
Of Home, Temple Israel
Permission for construction and
improvements was granted to the
National Children's Cardiac Home
and Temple Israel last week by
the Civilian Production adminis-
tration committee on non-housing
construction.
The Home received approval
for a request to erect buildings
estimated at $35,000 to provide
medical care, schooling and recre-
ational facilities for its residents.
Air conditioning changes
amounting to $780 was the project
for which Temple Israel received
approval.
JACK FISHMAN
is pleased to announce that he and his
associates have purchased the
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Your Personal Problems
By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D.
How Much Time Shall A Child Spend In Jod*d Schoo
"We seem 10 be h.ring mor. and more diff^^-
home, about how much lim. our .on thould sp.nd at 9***
school. My wif. belUT- thai a parochial education needed
by erery chUd and want, the boy to hare But she says M
doe.n't have enough time to play. He ru.he. home at 913V.
grabs a bite to eat and ru.he. off to .chool for a four o ciock
class. He doesn't come home until 8:20. I agree with my wife
that perhap. thi. U too much for a 10-year-old. but I want my
child to hare a firm foundation in religion Will you be the
umpire?" ,,
You touch upon a sore spot in the conflict between an om-
country and an American culture. At the r'
bats thrown at me, I would like to make a
would like to point out the differences as I see them.
compulsory, all-day schooling by law. We abide
upon a sore spot in
American culture. At the risk of having
few comparisons. 1
We have
bv it since we
value its worth. Yet we would like to add our own culture to tnis
general education, adding religious instruction, language, history,
music. .
I can only project what I have seen. Four hours a day for live
days is equivalent to 70 per cent of the time spent in public school.
A child also requires play, social activities. What is the objective
of this intense course of study? Why do other parochial schools In
your own group only require one hour or one and a half hours
daily? Do they teach properly? Do the children have knowledge
when they finish this less intense course? I think you will find
that they do creditably for the purpose in mind. That purpose is a
general acquaintance with religion and customs. The aim of the
longer weekly course cannot be the same general information, else
they accuse themselves of incompetence. For the same result, they
apparently use three to four times the work. That is not the answer,
of course.
The objectives of the two types of schools differ markedly. The
first school, the one you favor, apparently is attempting to create
THE JEWS
IN THE U.S.S.R.
Jewish Factory Worker*
50,000
400,000
********
Jews on the Land
In the Houses ofiijrZ
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third Avenue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
ConserraliTe
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m.
Robert (Bobby), son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Newman, will be-
come Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Sha-
piro and Cantor Friedman will
officiate. Hebrew school classes
Monday through Thursday, 9
a.m. till noon.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Mo.es Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
OJI FCATURE
COUNCIL HITS BEVIN
IN WIRE TO TRUMAN
Approval of the plan for im-
mediate immigration of 100,000
European Jews into Palestine was
Urged by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt,
specialists, as much as young children can absorb. They operate a p](.M(knt |lf Uu, Nationa] Council
seminary. They attempt to transfer to this American culture an
of Jewish Women, in a telegram
old-country substitute for general education. It goes without, say-
ing that we do not need the substitute, having free public schools. '" President Han
Of course the children can repeat, by rote, the text and translation week
of this extensive study. I could too at this age. But at 10 or 12 or
14, a child cannot assimilate such specialization because he lacks
maturity and experience.
Friday evening services, 7:30
a.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.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Reform
The Growing Child
You may use. as a comparison,
the time spent by a child learn-
ing to play the violin. The ordi-
nary child spends, one, two or
three hours at home in practice
and one hour or half-hour in in-
struction. He plays moderately
well. If he is a genius or has
special skill, you sacrifice some
of his play time to learning the
specialties he will need.
Sound principles of child-rais-
ing dictate the reverse of intense
study. The child between 6 and
14 spends seven hours in public
school. He sleeps eight' to en
hours a day. He nteds to play,
to be in the air, to work off ex-
cess energy, to meet physical
competition from other children.
He needs time to spend in quiet
games. Four hours of added
study plus homework for public
school adds up to a schedule
which few normal children can
take without actual harm.
We believe in cultural and re-
ligious education. We believe in
piano, violin, dancing instruction.
But we know too well the pos-
sible rebellion by a child and the
w
rone,
Uiorh*
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The American community has
[been shocked by the recently an-
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eign Secretary in rejecting the
plan for immediate immigration
of the 100.000 European Jews in-
to Palestine, and by selfish mo-
liw.- which Mr. Bevin imputed
to the United States in pressing
for speedy adoption of this plan,"
stated Mrs. Welt in the wire.
dangers of schtduling the child
intensely. Childhood is a time
for growth, for socialization, for
learning to get along with others.
Most children require the compe-
tition of then' peers. They need
an occasional fight, both verbal
and physical. They need to get
dirty, if nothing more than to get
clean. They need considerable
sunshine, room to play, run, yell
and work off the inhibitions of
daily living.
All children can profit by a
measure of religious education.
Parochial education for the mass-
es of children is intended to give
a limited education in the basic
ideas of a religious group. It was
never intended to give special-
ized knowledge. Parochial edu-
cation modelled after anything
that needs here defeats itself. The
parochial school has a limited
place for most children. A semi-
nary-type of education is adapted
to but few youngsters, those with
special fitness and desires. It
may well be delayed, for usual
children, until tin- body has
reached full physical stature. For
the majority of children, a lim-
ited amount of parochial educa-
tion should be sufficient.
Rabbi Zwitman will read the
Friday evening services at 8:15
p.m.

lay ev
p in.
1946.
'cning
High Holy d^
MIAMI BEACH i
CENTER I!
Cantor Em&nuil be
ConMrtatiTi
Mday ovenig servij
P-m. Saturday serviJjf
Junior congregation 1
*** P-m. Sh*,]
1:15 "' Boy Scout trJ
tag, MO P.m. Wednes^f
MIAMI JEWISH OR
CONGREGATE
590 S. W. 17th At,
Rabbi Murray Gti
Rev. Maurict Mi
Orthodox
Kabalas Shabbos, 7pjJ
day morning services, ||
Rabbi Grauir will preachi
"Portion of the Week."
7:15 pin. Talmud Torihl
from ft a.m. till noon.
Dr. Levin Opens Office
A veteran with three years of
Army service behind him. Dr.
Robert S. Levin has opened of-
fices at the duPont building for
the practice of dentistry.
Dr. Levin was recently dis-
charged after serving for a year
and one-half as a dentist with the
field artillery in Europe. He at-
tended the Universities of Miami
and Florida and is a graduate of
Temple University Dental school
in Pennsylvania. Dr. Levin is
married and has one young son.
OBITUARIES
REISMAN
Mi Irene Rdunu, Z. of|
Bay Ml riled in an AiUmlct
pit.11 ufifi .i lengthy lllwa.
h< re II yean, si* i
widow ,.f ihi late .Within I
ffurvlvi i uu luiii tvo danghls
and Hcih ItHxman. of Miami j
.i-iil a IMw.trcl, of fVk
F m \ el wen held '
In I'hHadi Iphia and lnt(-rmeBtl
In lhal
ZlON
Mi i'l .. ll Boa, *!, rfl
M nn avi died Saturday toil
An sldent -! Waal I
\. mi here fnw S(t|
Ins are a wo. J
Mr* Ruth I'ubbin, I
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mi vn-i held Tiindaj I
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^TlOME 26, I9tf
'fotiveen You and Me9
^ By BORIS SMOLAR
ight, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
oN RUSSIA: Zionist leaders are concerned over the
EYES OH t deiegate on the United Nations committee
, that the ^ report on refugees voted for the Lebanese
jch is a""" ya( preVenting the admission of Jews to Pales-
Tosal a"" wonder whether this is an indication of the Soviet
'' ards the Palestine issue And many of them are
de "fTther it is wise under the circumstances to push the
g <; ie before the forthcoming General Assembly of the
7Nafions which will meet in New York in September .
f them arc of the opinion that from a political point of
ould be more advantageous for the Zionist cause if
"retained its present f
Z st'atu7'fnstead of being
under a trusteeship .
the mandate now stands, Brit-
1 mav have no obligation to
LTon Palestine affairs to the
L of Nations which is dead,
j, still under obligation to
nut the provisions of the
hdate must stiU recog"
lhe Jewish Agency and
. hv other provisions of the
Sate for which the Jews
ht hard and long at Geneva
However, if the mandate is
rded and. a trusteeship is
lished, new arrangements
have to be made and new
locations may arise And
questionable whether the
[political Rains secured by the
Ijsh Agency would be mam-
J... It is even possible that
fjewish Agency would have
kght anew for recognition .
fould be lik.' stinting negotia-
on a new contract with a
management which might
[like many of the provisions
the old contract ... It is no
<|er. therefore, that some
Cists would prefer to see Pal-
he as a British Dominion
ler than under British trustee-
. With Palestine as a
kimon, the chances for Jew-
(immigration would be better
under a trusteeship of the
Nations which has seven
i states as members .
t THE RECORD: The B'nai
war record has now be-
! an open book as a result of
I idea of Edward E. Grusd,
paging editor of the National
ish Monthly Mr. Grusd
fcted the entnc current issue
pis publication to facts and
i on the service to the na-
[performed bv the B'nai B'rith
World War II And
[are the facts The B'nai
received the first citation
both the Army and the
. About 31,280 of its
fibers served on all fronts
ughout the world in all
?dies of the U. S. armed
More than 550 were
K in action or were reported
P>g More than 460 were
Baled for bravery .
fit organization .served 800
iand furnished 1,500 recrea-
faeilitieg for servicemen
'Its members donated 72,000
* of blood to the Red Cross
I contributed 67 pieces of mo-
[Red Cross equipment, each
8 thousands of dollars .
They sold about $711,500,000
worth of War and Victory Bonds
. More than 19,000 B'nai B'rith
women and girls were hostesses
entertaining 2,500,000 servicemen
and women at dances, parties and
picnics arranged by the organi-
zation The B'nai B'rith pro-
vided Jewish servicemen with 200
Torahs ... It collected 26,000,000
pounds of scrap metal ... It con-
tributed $900,000 to the Red Cross
and other war relief agencies of
the United Nations Not to
speak of the hundreds of thou-
sands of books and gift boxes
sent by the organization to Amer-
ican servicemen in all parts of
the world .
And speaking of figures, we
have before us the following in-
teresting data on the growth of
intermarriage between Jews and
Christians in Canada: During
the last 16 years, intermarriage
quadrupled there The highest
number of intermarriagesmore
than 40 per centtook place in
British Columbia; the lowest per-
centage was in Quebec ... Of
1,706 cases of intermarriage, 1,175
have been with Protestants and
440 with Roman Catholics .
More Jewish men married Gen-
tile girls than Jewish girls mar-
ried Gentile men .
THE ART CORNER: Many
books on Jewish subjects and on
subjects of direct interest to Jews
have been published in the United
States during recent years .
But almost nothing for readers
interested in art The Jewish
Publication Society has now filled
the gap by publishing the beauti-
ful volume "Rembrandt, the Jews
and the Bible" ... It is a book
by Franz Landsberger, an expert
on art, who was ^he curator of
the Jewish museum in Berlin un-
til he was compelled to leave
Germany by the Nazis Such
a volume was long overdue, in
view of the special interest which
Rembrandt displayed in painting
Jewish types, Jewish scenes, and
stories from the Bible ... Dr.
Landsberger's book alone con-
tains about 70 reproductions of
such paintings ... It is obvious
that in order to portray scenes
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master must have come into close
contact with this .environment
The volume gives a complete
fascinating account of Rem-
ndt's relations with the Jews
d how both came to Amster-
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an
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All this against the historical
background of Jewish life in Hol-
land in the 17th century The
illustrations show Rembrandt's
house in the Jewish quarter of
Amsterdam and reproductions of
his paintings "Circumcision," "A
Jewish Bride," "The Synagogue,"
"Manasseh ben Israel," and of
the many portraits of the various
+Jewish fh,Uiir
PAGE ELEVEN
types of Jews he painted .. The
book is also richly illustrated
with reproductions from Rem-
brandt's paintings on Biblical
themes and the author explains
how the master treated these sub-
jects, as compared with his pre-
decessors The volume does
much to interpret Rembrandt to
the Jews ... It is one of these
books that are not only timely
now, but are as timely as art and
the history of art, with no limita-
tions as to the past, present and
future ,
GALBUT ELECTED
Al Galbut was elected president
of the Miami Beach delegation,
Dade county Democratic execu-
tive committee last week. Chosen
with him for four-year terms
were Diane Coopersmith, vice
president; Pauline Thurston, sec-
retary; James Norton, treasurer,
and Jack Kimball public relations
officer.
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thousand* of homeless Jews who are still wailing in
displaced persons camps in Germany for the opportu-
nity to find a new home where they can live in peace
nd freedom. The overwhelming majority of the Jew-
ish D.P.'a look to Palestine aa the one hope for their
salvation. Others who have relatives in the United States
hope to come to this country. All of the homeless look
to the $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees,
Overseas Needs and Palestine to save them from des-
pair and want. In the three drawings reproduced here,
George Biddle, the noted American artist, pictures
some of the old and the young survivors of Hitler who
re stiU living In barrack-like D.P. camps waiting for
deliverance from a twilight existence. To aid the United
Jewish Appeal in ita eampaign'in behalf of the 1,400,000
surviving Jewa in Europe, Mr. Biddle made hia collec-
tion of drawings of scenea in D.P. camps available for'
a special exhibit under the auspices of the combined
campaign for the Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service.
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Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti
Defamation League
I attended the Miami Beach
Civic league annual dinner Satur-
day night and sat with my good
friend, Leo Eisenstein, who is one
of America's five million hay
fever sufferers. Leo extolled the
virtues of a new drug which, at
the sign of a tickle, he would pro-
ceed to swallow. He credited his
charming wife, Nola, for having
"discovered" the drug when
perusing a copy of a weekly peri-
odical.
I believe Leo would be inter-
ested in knowing that one of our
co-religionists discovered that
drug. Last month the Bulletin of
the New York Academy of Medi-
cine reported the development of
a new drug which provided effec-
tive relief and a possible cure for
hay fever. The discoverer and de-
veloper of this blessing to hay
fever sufferers is Dr. V. S. Locwe,
a Jewish physician and scientist
who fled Nazi oppression in his
native Germany ten years ago
and sough* haven in the United
States.
Here is still another illustration
of a man who was prohibited
from pursuing his scientific and
medical researches by the Nazis;
yet, in the uninhibited atmos-
phere of our democracy, he pro-
ceeded to develop a remarkable
contribution to mankind.
LEGAL NOTICES
For years Jews have unjust-
ly been held responsible for the
frailties of a few. When a Jew is
convicted of a crime there are
manv ready to convict his Jew-
ishne;s along with him and an
entire segment of the Jewish
population as well.
Yet, conversely, when mankind
has been benefited by a discov-
ery brought about by a Jew, there
exists a tendency to accept it
with perMaps mild acclaim, or
even to gloss over the contribu-
tion.
We, however, have gotten be-
yond the stage where society's
benefactors are to be taken for
granted. Certainly, no hay fever
sufferer could help but bless Dr.
Loewe for having alleviated his
affliction.
In our democracy, which gets
its strength from the many and
varied minority groups that coin-
prise it, due and proper recog-
nition should be taken of the con-
tributions to society made by our
many cultural groups and the in-
dividual members thereof.
KOPLIN-RATTET
Miss Doris Justine Koplin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
B. Koplin of Akron, Ohio, was
married to David D. Kattet of Bel
Harbor, L.I., N.Y., last week at
the Snelborne hotel with Dr. Ja-
cob 11. Kaplan officiating.
After a wedding trip, the couple
will reside in Miami Beach,
FRANK KELLY HEADS
COMMUNITYCHEST
Frank J. Kelly, vice president
of National Brands and former
city clerk, was elected president
of the Dade county Community
Chest Friday, succeeding John U.
Thompson.
Other officers named were O. C.
(Jack) Corbin, first vice presi-
dent Dennis Renuart, second
vice president: Mrs. Hollis Rine-
hart. jr., third vice president;
Mrs. J. B. Davidson, secretary,
and A. E. Fuller, treasurer. Cor-
bin is chairman of the 1947 cam-
paign.
New members of the executive
committee are Byron Freeland,
James I. Keller, jr., Lee Hills,
Max Orovitz, Sam H. McCormick,
John Shuey, Mrs. L. J. McCaf-
frey, John G. Thompson, Stanley
C. Mvers and A. L. Reynolds.
LEGAL NOTICES
Resumes Law Practice
Maj. Milton Feller, 1579 Merid-
ian ave., has announced his re-
turn to law practice at 420 Lin-
coln rd., after having served 54
months in the Army air forces.
He served with the second and
third air forces and was later as-
signed as chief of the special
projects branch, contract termin-
ation division of the air technical
service command. He is a grad-
uate of the University of Miami
Law school.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned* desiring t<> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADAMS HI. ASS SERVICE, .it 1808
Ave., .Miami Beach, I-', n Ida,
lend to Bter .-aid name with the
Clerk ct tii- Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VDA.M RABINOWITZ
ABRAHAM RAHIXoWITZ
IRVIXti RABINOWITZ
MYERS, I1KI.M VN & KAPLAN
Ippllcants
G L"> 7 5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
derolgned, deslt ing t" :iu
bui Inesa undi lh< fl tltlous name <
LINCOLN Pl'ltLIC STENOGRAPHIC
SERVIl 'E, .it I..... Lin Din Roa I Build
Ing M an Beat h, Florida, Intends to
registei said name ^itlt the Clerk "t
the Circuit Courl ol Dade County,
Florida
CELI \ TRA L'RIQ
i :- i ; 12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the uuuurttigiied, desiring { engage in
business undei the llctulous name !
I. I .\ i ni..\ MlMh.OURAfHLNU t
lYl'EWRlTLN'U, .u tltiu Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida, In-
lenus to registei said name ..mi the
Clerk ii the < licuit Court oi Dune
. Florids
i i.i.IA TRAL'RIU
6 24 T 5-12-19
notice is herebx uiven that
the unuersigued, desiring to engage in
lei the Hi titious name oi
BLA.SCMES SUNDRIES, at lilt .V
W. iijtiit Si Miami, Florida, intend t"
-.ml name With the Clerk ol
.....; i'iniit ol Dade County,
Floi Idu.
CHARLES RUBIN
BLANCHE Rl BIN
Sole owners
- URol'EII MORROW
Atioi uej id Applicants
-' I-12-1S-26
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tli. undersigned, desiring to engage In
. nder the t*i titious nai......1
AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at
I','... Collins Avenue. .Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend t.. registei said name
uith the Clerk "i the Circuit Court
if l lade 'ounty, Florida.
TED KRCGER
JACK MVNHOFF
ARTHUR M. l'.All'A
- 7 ".-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un !. desiring engage in
. hs under the fictitious nai ol
I'K VRL1NE PRODUCTS, at 915 \. E.
Isl Avenue, Miami, Floi Ida, Intel tl to
! nami with the Clerk of
the Circuit I'ourt of Dade County,
Florida
HARRY 1 PEARL
Ml.1.1 VN KIRSHBAUM
MYERS HE1MAN & KAPLAN,
Attoi m foi Applicant*
0,21-28 7 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t-> engage in
business under the n titious n ime !
MIAMI JEWELRY MANUFACTUR-
ING CO.. at ll'T N. E, 1st Avenue.
Miami, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "f Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH SHAKTMAN
BERNARD SHAKTMAN
5/81 C/7-11-21-2S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unuersigued, desiring to engage In
- under the fli titious name "f
V\ till i. STAR URt ICERY, at Si -V E,
17th Street, .Miami. Florida, Intend to
registei said name with the Clerk of
thi .uuit Court ol Uaile County,
Florida,
CHARLES SCHER
Rl 'BERT ELSl '.\
HARRY ZUKERN1CK,
Attorne) ["i winte star Grocery,
lit) Lincoln Road.
'. :i-:i-.'s 7.5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
undc i lie a. titious nan,.- .,|
\<.l I. HANDBAG CO., at Roberts
jjtel HI.Ik.. _'v \\ K.aKl.i St. .Miami.
Florida, mi.-nil- u, register said nami
with ii,, Clerk of the Circuit fouii oi
Dade 'ounty, Floi Ida.
SIDNEY SAKS
'. 21-2(1 7 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage '"
business under tin- fictitious name of
FERGUSON .v WRIGHT, at 1" N. L.
l.t Ave., .Miami, Kin., Intend to reg-
ister nai.I name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida.
WALTER E. RODDA
WILLIAM 11 BLAIR
TEE JAY TURNER
WILLIAM L. PALLOT,
Attorney for Petitioners.
12H Congress Bldg.
5/31 6/7-11-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the nnil'isimieil. desiring to eiiKage in
business under the fictitious name of
CITY LINE GROCERY, at Miami.
Fla.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ARTHUR HKRSHBEIN
auk HERSHBEIN
VON ZAMFT, SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
5/31 6/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL JUVENILE FURNITURE &
TOTS at G36 N. W. 36th Street. Mi-
ami, intend to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _,,.,
SAUL KOLTUN.
Sole Owner.
6/21-28 7/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
undei the fit titious name oi
REMBRANDT DECORATORS, at 120a
Southwest li Street, Miami. Dade
Count>. Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Louit ol Dade County, Florida
BENJAMIN RUBIN
........ LOUIS PINCHOT
WILLIAM |. PALLOT
At;..1:., y i, Petitioner
l-M Congress Bldg,
Miami. Florida.
8, 21-28 7, 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
in- mid. i.-.gned. desiring to engage In
,' ',>\.",,"kr ^e fictitious name ol
LAIL.-i,.\ LETTER SERVICE, ut 71i
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Via.
null ? rS*'"J?,r sald "'""' "'"' the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Lade
Count>, Florida.
MARTIN LAIBSON
6/21-2, 7/5.?2S.T.HER LA,BSON
SSI nS C',erkE?f thc Clrcu" Court of
Lade < ounty. Florida.
!!'\'Ni: KOPPELMAN,
PHILIP COHEN.
NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN 'ar,ners-
*-* Lincoln Road.
NAT MANN.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX HEED
File 41SS5
Notice is hereby given that A. N.
DREXEL, holder as assignee of City
of lliai. i. Tax Certificate Numbered
187. dated the 1st day of June. A.D.
1941, has filed said Certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue thereon in accord-
ance with law. Bald Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, F'lorlda,
to-wit:
Lit 11. llln.k 48B 13th Addition to
Hlaleah, in the City of Hlaleah, County
ut Hole. State of Florida.
The assessment .if saiil property
under the Certificate Issued was ill
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord;
Ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon
on the !3rd day of July. A.D. 1946.
Dated this lMh day of June. A.D.
1916.
E. Ii. I.EATIIERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
I >ade County. Florida.
By N. c. STERRETT. D.C.
ii'iiciilt Courl Seal)
i; 1141 7/5-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fictitious name of
ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet
Building, Miami. Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the CJerk of the
circuit Court i,r Dade Countv, Florida.
.MURRAY KASTOFF
J. R COZATT
t Jl-l's 7/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business iiikWj- the fictitious name of
NATIONAL BAKING COMPANY (not
lin i. at Miami. Dad, Countv, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ounty, Florida.
MARX FEINBERQ
Attorney fop Applicant
RUTH DAVIDSON.
e7M-M 7/5-12-M Sole Owner.
No I ( E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
''< tn.....islgned, desiring to engage In
'.''T '".".."I','1''' ,he fictitious name of
MIL RAPHAELS, ut H Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
1 in uit i i,uri of Dade Countv, Florida
ROSA LEVITAN
S/21-28 7/6.12-AtMBUA RAPHABL
NOTICE |8 HEREBY GIVEN that
tie undersigned, desiring to engage In
k- cv." .-, -m'.'. ,he "''tltlous name of
KLNLBIGH ARMS APTS.. 580 N K
i.nd street. Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Clr?
CUll Court of Dado County, Florida
GEORGE W. SCHUELER.'
AS Trustee undar Trust Agreemer
. Agreement
May 31, 11*41. between
hchueler and Evelyn
lated
a.....W
Q Spadaro.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant.
NOTII L is HEREBY v,
he undersigned, desiring to ens
business under the fictitious n*
THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Vi
register
the circuit
Florida.
SfSffASP c Ross
LEONTKApflNf- nFl0MBE0
GIVEN that
gage In
ame of
. ... Valencia
"al t.ahes. Fla.. Intend to
said name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County,
MRS. KOGAN SELECTS
COMMITTEE HEADS
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president
of the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood, has selected for her com-
mittee chairmen Mrs. Irving Mar-
cus, membership; Mrs. Leon Ell,
school board; Mrs. Emanuel Gold-
strich, program; Mrs. Louis
Goldman, remembrance fund;
Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, budget and
finance; Mrs. Charles Tobin,
monthly activities; Mrs. Jack
Schaefer, Friday night hostesses.
Others are: Mrs. Leon Kronish,
publicity; Mrs. Louis Meitus and
Mrs. Joseph Fenias, ways and
means; Mrs. Camelia Baum,
house committee; Mrs. David
Phillips, hospitality; Mrs. Alfred
Mamlet. education; Mrs. Joseph
Arkin, flowers; Mrs. Irving Roth-
man, library; Mrs. Simon Wolff,
sentinel; Mrs. Irving Becker,
parliamentarian; and Mrs. Abra-
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Your Personal Problems By W. A. GOLDBERG, Ph.D. How Much Time Shall A Child Spend In Jod*d Schoo "We seem 10 be h.ring mor. and more diff^^ • home, about how much lim. our .on thould sp.nd at 9*** school. My wif. belUTthai a parochial education needed by erery chUd and want, the boy to hare • But she says M doe.n't have enough time to play. He ru.he. home at 913V. grabs a bite to eat and ru.he. off to .chool for a four o CIOCK class. He doesn't come home until 8:20. I agree with my wife that perhap. thi. U too much for a 10-year-old. but I want my child to hare a firm foundation in religion Will you be the umpire?" ,, You touch upon a sore spot in the conflict between an OMcountry and an American culture. At the r' bats thrown at me, I would like to make a would like to point out the differences as I see them. compulsory, all-day schooling by law. We abide upon a sore spot in American culture. At the risk of having few comparisons. 1 We have bv it since we value its worth. Yet we would like to add our own culture to tnis general education, adding religious instruction, language, history, music. I can only project what I have seen. Four hours a day for live days is equivalent to 70 per cent of the time spent in public school. A child also requires play, social activities. What is the objective of this intense course of study? Why do other parochial schools In your own group only require one hour or one and a half hours daily? Do they teach properly? Do the children have knowledge when they finish this less intense course? I think you will find that they do creditably for the purpose in mind. That purpose is a general acquaintance with religion and customs. The aim of the longer weekly course cannot be the same general information, else they accuse themselves of incompetence. For the same result, they apparently use three to four times the work. That is not the answer, of course. The objectives of the two types of schools differ markedly. The first school, the one you favor, apparently is attempting to create THE JEWS IN THE U.S.S.R. Jewish Factory Worker* 50,000 400,000 ******** Jews on the Land In the Houses ofiijrZ CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Avenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman ConserraliTe Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Robert (Bobby), son of Mr. and Mrs. David Newman, will become Bar Mitzva. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Friedman will officiate. Hebrew school classes Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. till noon. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Mo.es Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox OJI FCATURE COUNCIL HITS BEVIN IN WIRE TO TRUMAN Approval of the plan for immediate immigration of 100,000 European Jews into Palestine was Urged by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt, specialists, as much as young children can absorb. They operate a p]( M(knt |lf Uu Nationa] Council seminary. They attempt to transfer to this American culture an of Jewish Women, in a telegram old-country substitute for general education. It goes without, saying that we do not need the substitute, having free public schools. '" President Han Of course the children can repeat, by rote, the text and translation week of this extensive study. I could too at this age. But at 10 or 12 or 14, a child cannot assimilate such specialization because he lacks maturity and experience. Friday evening services, 7:30 a.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. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Reform The Growing Child You may use. as a comparison, the time spent by a child learning to play the violin. The ordinary child spends, one, two or three hours at home in practice and one hour or half-hour in instruction. He plays moderately well. If he is a genius or has special skill, you sacrifice some of his play time to learning the specialties he will need. Sound principles of child-raising dictate the reverse of intense study. The child between 6 and 14 spends seven hours in public school. He sleeps eight' to en hours a day. He nteds to play, to be in the air, to work off excess energy, to meet physical competition from other children. He needs time to spend in quiet games. Four hours of added study plus homework for public school adds up to a schedule which few normal children can take without actual harm. We believe in cultural and religious education. We believe in piano, violin, dancing instruction. But we know too well the possible rebellion by a child and the w rone, Uiorh* ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 5-2026 ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Imprtinn The American community has [been shocked by the recently announced policy of the British Foreign Secretary in rejecting the plan for immediate immigration of the 100.000 European Jews into Palestine, and by selfish moliw.which Mr. Bevin imputed to the United States in pressing for speedy adoption of this plan," stated Mrs. Welt in the wire. dangers of schtduling the child intensely. Childhood is a time for growth, for socialization, for learning to get along with others. Most children require the competition of then' peers. They need an occasional fight, both verbal and physical. They need to get dirty, if nothing more than to get clean. They need considerable sunshine, room to play, run, yell and work off the inhibitions of daily living. All children can profit by a measure of religious education. Parochial education for the masses of children is intended to give a limited education in the basic ideas of a religious group. It was never intended to give specialized knowledge. Parochial education modelled after anything that needs here defeats itself. The parochial school has a limited place for most children. A seminary-type of education is adapted to but few youngsters, those with special fitness and desires. It may well be delayed, for usual children, until tinbody has reached full physical stature. For the majority of children, a limited amount of parochial education should be sufficient. Rabbi Zwitman will read the Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. lay ev p in. 1946. 'cning High Holy d^ MIAMI BEACH i CENTER I! Cantor Em&nuil be ConMrtatiTi Mday oveni„ g servij P-m. Saturday serviJjf Junior congregation „1 *** % %  P-m. Sh*,] 1:15 "'• Boy Scout trJ tag, MO P.m. Wednes^f MIAMI JEWISH OR !" CONGREGATE 590 S. W. 17th AT, Rabbi Murray Gti Rev. Maurict Mi Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 7pjJ day morning services, || Rabbi Grauir will preachi "Portion of the Week." 7:15 pin. Talmud Torihl from ft a.m. till noon. Dr. Levin Opens Office A veteran with three years of Army service behind him. Dr. Robert S. Levin has opened offices at the duPont building for the practice of dentistry. Dr. Levin was recently discharged after serving for a year and one-half as a dentist with the field artillery in Europe. He attended the Universities of Miami and Florida and is a graduate of Temple University Dental school in Pennsylvania. Dr. Levin is married and has one young son. 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Ha PAGE FOUH pJeMdiFIcrMtori Paul's Patter ABOUT BEACH BEN B'RITHS By PAUL WEITZMAN Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, will meet this coming Tuesday evening, July 2, 1946, at 8:15 p.m., in the auditorium of the National hotel, 1677 Collins ave. The Beach B'nai B'rith Women will meet separately in the patio of the hotel and then join the men for the program of the evening. While specific arrangements have not been completed in time for publication, Walter S. Kovner, program chairman, announced that an interestsing evening is in store for members, their ladies and friends. Be sure to attend. Growing in importance are the Tuesday luncheon meetings held by the Miami Beach lodge at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Last Tuesday about 25 members attended the luncheon meeting and had the privilege of listening to Col. William Kendall, director of the Nautilus hospital for veterans. On Tuesday. July 2, another luncheon meeting will be held at the Ritz Plaza hotel at 12:15 p.m., at which time Gertrude Carnovsky, director for girls, of B'nai B'rith's fifth district, will be the guest speaker. Officers, trustees and members are invited to attend these luncheon meetings where gainful ideas are exchanged and plans made for future concerted fulfillment. • • to help in this tremendous undertaking. The need for continued effort on the part of organizations such as B'nai B'rith was stressed by Col. Kendall, whose experience dates back to work with veterans of the First World War, and while his statement that veterans rise to great heights in business, professional and political life was very encouraging, it was disturbing to hear how many veterans degenerate, going down the laddi instead of up. Services to veterans now may help in the rehabilitation of some who would otherwise be lost as useful citizens. The mod for planning and effort to bring about a regeneration of veterans to gainful community existence becomes self evident. B'nai B'rith is pledged Dave Emmer was installed as president of the Civic league at an installation banquet and dance held at the National hotel S. W. Shapiro, the retiring president, received a beautiful desk set of pens and clock in appreciation, from the league ... An incident was a rhumba contest won by Abe Mazor who cut quite a figure on the dance floor, or rather the charming lady who was with him cut the figure. We didn't taste the champagne which was the prize Harold and Stella Turk were celebrating Harold's birthday eve, and incidentally they are leaving for New York today. They will attend the National Membership Meeting at Atlantic City and spend a few weeks in New York. Before returning they will attend an executive committee meeting at Savannah, Ga.—all B'nai B'rith Last Monday George Talianoff addressed the B'nai B'rith lodge at Ft. Lauderdale: he was accompanied by Charles Wax, I field representative of Joint De| fense Appeal. Brother Wax was formerly president of the West Palm Beach lodge. On Tuesday George addressed the B'nai B'rith lodge at West Palm Beach, at which time the degree team of Sholem lodge portrayed the initiation ceremonies. Leo Eisenstein and his wife, Nola, are back after several weeks at Hot Springs. Leo, his old, genial self, led the singing of 'Happy Birthday" for Harold Turk Seen around was Maleom, son of Harry Magid. with his English wife Jack Abbott back at work for B'nai B'rith— new for the Miami Beach lodgeas chairman of the membership committee. Knowing the good work he did for Sholem lodge in the years before the war, we know that the Beach lodge is sure to benefit by his labors Godfrey Newman, chairman of war services, is crammed full of ideas on how we can help the disabled veterans. Now all we need are ways and means to raise money to help him carry on his good work David Lemelman, an attorney, and member of Sholem lodge, is in town for a few months. He was on the prosecution staff at the war criminals trials at Neurenberg and Dachau. We are hopeful of hearing him tell of some of his experiences real soon The Turks painted their house to provide a proper background for the portrait of Stella Turk, painted by William Earl Singer *Jjonapm Vui %W S* Rabbi Joseph E. RackoTsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 ... Dr. Isidor Fishbein here to visit with his wife prior to becoming a member of the psychiatric staff at the Institute for Better Living at Hartford, Conn. Was he by any chance checking on his expectant heir? Benjamin Meyers, accompanied by his wife, Anna Brenner Meyers, going to Havana to participate in Shriners' "shindig" Dr. William Bernstein now up north to take special advanced courses. Burnett Roth did a magnificent job on the constitutional committee at Des Moines, Iowa, for the American Veterans committee—a real progressive organization. Bernie, a member of Sholem lodge, has long been one of our favorite people because of his outstanding ability and inimitable sense of humor Congratulations to Joseph M. Rose a**?:* if %  •> %  and Anw man -cutive a*?*'. gelation f lew A u P p a ; :tJ h 's father-in-law ^*1 Impersonally i tV i tha < Mrs. Paul w'^t' New York < mS and fnends. But '"Personal wffSji one and left me? ?* loose rein," however rf "PwithherinafcJJ Ir'thebEST' BEANS AT THEIR TENDER BEST Really oven-baked—Drenched in a rich tomato sauce WARNING! MINIMIZE STORM AND HURRICANE DAMAGE! REMOVE HAZARDOUS TREESI A-l LANDSCAPE SERVICE 2238 N. W. Miami Court Phonei 9-4307 — 4-7172 EXPERT TREE REMOVERS LICENSED — INSURED— EQUIPPED Packed with energy and real old-fashioned flavor. Ready to heat, eat and enjoy, j TH. "*>ol ,i IK, ml 4 •*< I el Ih. UNION OF OtlHOOOX 1EWISH CONCIEGATlONS Of AMttlCA. UPHOLD THE HANDS OF YOUR LEADERS O F F I C I A L BALLOT-ELECTION OF DELEGATES — 22" Vote for Only ONE LIST. Mark X In the box at the number of the ticket for which you detJre t L* Rep'eveMtno, Z. O. A. ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA B'NAI ZION (Order Seat of Ziea) MASADA (Youi.qZio.nt. of America) -KX"! npnpou r* m "ijrTut riTDD typnpoKi r* ipwirx-yyews^ TICKET NO. 1 Mark Hcrc-PC| Dr Abbe H.Mel Mae*. CU IMM -. %  • %  Net. tea* I I). Hero %  ..:.....• Be __ Iff I %  %  %  '..... Ne. teat I -. !>...,.! Ii...e l-'<~.H> 1*4 NeVee*. ,1..'.,..t %  ...' P....O.I,*.. Lilt ftpfa.*tinj RELIGIOUSI.rtaekM M....... o. Lut Raprtntin*. I I AK-fhae* (,uoe>**> Mw Beeest lie r:>. U V.... S.ae>. Meee rW.-.-d k—.-It... Ne* Ve. CT >• ..i.lM. a > P. % l.e.. StolU %  "•lb <'...... %  •••. .. %  !..... 1 Mir. ImMWIlM W-O < -%  .-. %  i,I f. ..• H.-.f Di.f. O War-. B—li— — l„1,v %  .. %  N.. Voeli ( I R f ~v1r.,.n M Itea M. 1 H t> l.-hmeei Ne* Ve.1 Cm, ...r-.t-.-r.— T.I..I. *H.M .. — %  !.. Neeh.ilU Teem M.* •> %  --'<.... % %  Ill Tbe-doee V..-l* I— Aele. C*l*' l-Hfl. r H *-*leaf I'.... .I ft'..—.B"*.l." I ••••• VOTE The American Zionist leadership headed by Dr Abba HUU1 ci All special interests of group and party must give wav k all l^fM by refute, mllit J, uSLSaTp, Yer Th. ZOA s,„d. **>„ party interest ,„ leao>r hip ^ ^ POLL !" ^^^^ss^^s^ass MIAMI:-MIAMI Y cmd BRTH nilS? 1811 ZOA TICKET No. 1 Headed by DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER tantly represented American Zionism to the world and has con*•ntly championed the maximal Zionist program. No W „„,,., thmn %r „ l


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^TlOME 26, I9tf 'fotiveen You and Me 9 ^ By BORIS SMOLAR ight, 1946. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. oN RUSSIA: Zionist leaders are concerned over the EYES OH t de i ega te on the United Nations committee that the ^ re port on refugees voted for the Lebanese jch is a""" y a( p reV enting the admission of Jews to PalesTosal a"" won d er whether this is an indication of the Soviet '' ards the Palestine issue And many of them are de "fTther it is wise under the circumstances to push the g • <; ie before the forthcoming General Assembly of the 7 Nafions which will meet in New York in September f them arc of the opinion that from a political point of ould be more advantageous for the Zionist cause if "retained its present f— Z st'atu7'fnstead of being under a trusteeship the mandate now stands, Brit1 mav have no obligation to LTon Palestine affairs to the L of Nations which is dead, j, still under obligation to nut the provisions of the hdate %  must stiU recog lhe Jewish Agency and hv other provisions of the Sate for which the Jews ht hard and long at Geneva However, if the mandate is rded and. a trusteeship is lished, new arrangements have to be made and new locations may arise And questionable whether the [political Rains secured by the Ijsh Agency would be mamJ... It is even possible that fjewish Agency would have kght anew for recognition fould be lik.' stinting negotiaon a new contract with a management which might [like many of the provisions the old contract ... It is no <|er. therefore, that some Cists would prefer to see Palhe as a British Dominion ler than under British trustee. With Palestine as a kimon, the chances for Jew(immigration would be better under a trusteeship of the Nations which has seven i states as members t THE RECORD: The B'nai war record has now be! an open book as a result of I idea of Edward E. Grusd, paging editor of the National %  ish Monthly Mr. Grusd fcted the entnc current issue pis publication to facts and i on the service to the na[performed bv the B'nai B'rith World War II And [are the facts The B'nai received the first citation both the Army and the About 31,280 of its fibers served on all fronts ughout the world in all % dies of the U. S. armed More than 550 were K in action or were reported P>g More than 460 were Baled for bravery fit organization .served 800 iand furnished 1,500 recreafaeilitieg for servicemen 'Its members donated 72,000 of blood to the Red Cross I contributed 67 pieces of mo[Red Cross equipment, each 8 thousands of dollars They sold about $711,500,000 worth of War and Victory Bonds More than 19,000 B'nai B'rith women and girls were hostesses entertaining 2,500,000 servicemen and women at dances, parties and picnics arranged by the organization The B'nai B'rith provided Jewish servicemen with 200 Torahs ... It collected 26,000,000 pounds of scrap metal ... It contributed $900,000 to the Red Cross and other war relief agencies of the United Nations Not to speak of the hundreds of thousands of books and gift boxes sent by the organization to American servicemen in all parts of the world And speaking of figures, we have before us the following interesting data on the growth of intermarriage between Jews and Christians in Canada: During the last 16 years, intermarriage quadrupled there The highest number of intermarriages—more than 40 per cent—took place in British Columbia; the lowest percentage was in Quebec ... Of 1,706 cases of intermarriage, 1,175 have been with Protestants and 440 with Roman Catholics More Jewish men married Gentile girls than Jewish girls married Gentile men THE ART CORNER: Many books on Jewish subjects and on subjects of direct interest to Jews have been published in the United States during recent years But almost nothing for readers interested in art The Jewish Publication Society has now filled the gap by publishing the beautiful volume "Rembrandt, the Jews and the Bible" ... It is a book by Franz Landsberger, an expert on art, who was ^he curator of the Jewish museum in Berlin until he was compelled to leave Germany by the Nazis Such a volume was long overdue, in view of the special interest which Rembrandt displayed in painting Jewish types, Jewish scenes, and stories from the Bible ... Dr. Landsberger's book alone contains about 70 reproductions of such paintings ... It is obvious that in order to portray scenes ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete S Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. • N. E. FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 '(•an _.. Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. w of th OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies In the Untied States I from Jewish daily life, the great master must have come into close contact with this .environment The volume gives a complete fascinating account of Remndt's relations with the Jews d how both came to Amsteran bra an dam All this against the historical background of Jewish life in Holland in the 17th century The illustrations show Rembrandt's house in the Jewish quarter of Amsterdam and reproductions of his paintings "Circumcision," "A Jewish Bride," "The Synagogue," "Manasseh ben Israel," and of the many portraits of the various +Jewish fh,Uiir PAGE ELEVEN types of Jews he painted .. The book is also richly illustrated with reproductions from Rembrandt's paintings on Biblical themes and the author explains how the master treated these subjects, as compared with his predecessors The volume does much to interpret Rembrandt to the Jews ... It is one of these books that are not only timely now, but are as timely as art and the history of art, with no limitations as to the past, present and future GALBUT ELECTED Al Galbut was elected president of the Miami Beach delegation, Dade county Democratic executive committee last week. Chosen with him for four-year terms were Diane Coopersmith, vice president; Pauline Thurston, secretary; James Norton, treasurer, and Jack Kimball public relations officer. INSURE YOUR FUTURE NOW! BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS! Your Safest Investment at Any Price. Buy Them—Keep Them! HOMELESSNESS—THE TRAGEDY OF D.P.'s WHO WAIT i : \ \ '*:^ i .*.. %  ViX'A There ii treat tragedy and sorrow among the tens of thousand* of homeless Jews who are still wailing in displaced persons camps in Germany for the opportunity to find a new home where they can live in peace •nd freedom. The overwhelming majority of the Jewish D.P.'a look to Palestine aa the one hope for their salvation. Others who have relatives in the United States hope to come to this country. All of the homeless look to the $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine to save them from despair and want. In the three drawings reproduced here, George Biddle, the noted American artist, pictures some of the old and the young survivors of Hitler who •re stiU living In barrack-like D.P. camps waiting for deliverance from a twilight existence. To aid the United Jewish Appeal in ita eampaign'in behalf of the 1,400,000 surviving Jewa in Europe, Mr. Biddle made hia collection of drawings of scenea in D.P. camps available for' a special exhibit under the auspices of the combined campaign for the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service. Mr. Biddle went to Germany for Look Magasino. PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED .. GUARANTEED WORK... In Job Too Larga o r Toe Small Eatimataa Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3 6924 • Ke SUMMER RIDING PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN FROM 6 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE LIMITED ENROLLMENT — TUITION $25.00 8 WEEKS — June 17 to August 10 — 8 WEEKS FEATURING A GYMKHANA (July 13) HORSE SHOW (August 10) Northwest Riding School N. W. 27th Ave. and 87lh Street Phone 7-0201 SUZANNE C. SHEARER, Owner.Director CONSTRUCTION CO. 223* N. W. 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PAGE TWQ +jewlslincrM**![L VeAlcuiaify fyuut&W Not only did Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glasser. 1045 Pennsylvania ave.. celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary at the National hotel Friday evening, and not only did Mr. Glasser celebrate his birthday on that date, but also their son. Leonard, made a special trip home from the University of F'onda to surprise his folks %  .The sweet sixteen birthday of Miss Abbey Sunshine, 1520 S. W 11th ter., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin D. Sunshine, will be celebrated tomorrow evening at her home Milton Weiner was host to the Miami Hebrew School and Junior congregation last week in celebration of Mrs. Weiner's birthday. The Weiners also celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary last week. Baby Susan Leslie Grenald, BaU Parad< received her bachelor of aVt's degree from the University e ^.^ daugh ,er of of Michigan last week. Harvey Sootin, son oi Mr. and Mrs H. Sootin. 230 N W Second ave.. was discharged Mr. and Mrs. L. Brooks Lewis. 1774 West ave., was born June 2 Darryl Darlin, son of Mr. Miss Schatzburg Plans New York Wedding Miss Lucille Schatzburg of Miami will become the bride" of Sidney O. Klinghoffer, son of Mr. STS-IEVE £*<*%  nd Mn, Morris jW.810 %  tnree yeuio •••! %  --. io "• %  #—•as a radio man 1-c one year in hler of M r. and Mrs. Rayn__:~~A civ mor I uu ^ Aru vf, '<" nfln 9 Ejv dr.. June 4 as a rauio uw %  aaU u m c. ~ — ,he Pacific and six months in Ar(hur Colem an. 920 Euy He arrived home TuesChina. day • %  J sef G WeisS leave from Caren Center, Wash., is visiting his parents at 2400 N. W. Seventh ave Cpl. Allan Wolff. 1534 Jefferson ave., is home on furlough visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wolff • Thousands of cities from Maine to California are attracting Miami vacationists Service Will Unite Miss Cromer, Mr. Woll After a formal wedding cercmony a thi Versailles hotel Sunday afternoon. Miss Florence Toby Cromer and Irwui D. Won. „• will honeymoon in New York a „d in Canada. Miss Corner is the daughter of Mrs. Daniel summer ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat C] .„ m ,,, 432 N E. 2fith ter. Rabbi Roth, 337 N. E. 28th St., will Max Shapiro will officiate at the leave tomorrow or their vacation which will include stops in will visit Baby Susan Leslie wenaia. £ York Chicago, San Fran£2ST ZftSL^. 5 | r UJWB --= rived just in time to help celeW brate her parents' third wedding anniversary Sunday. She was born on May 29th Taking advantage of the last few days in June, the Sguires club sailed the seas aboard the Showboat Tuesday night. Jack Roscol. chairman of the social committee, was in charge of the affair and was assisted by Mitchell Goldman and Joel Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein are now residing at 2379 S. W. wedding The bride's sister, Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, will be matron of ,,,„ %  an d John Wolf of Pittstheir burgh will be best man for his a^ughterrMrs. W. D. Tucker, brother, After the honeymoon jr., and grandson, Billy, in Uu couple will ies.de in Pitts Huntsville Ala., before returnburgh. with her son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rappa MU port and family, in WashingOliver Kaufman, jr.. Pittsburgh, ^ \r__1_ 1 D~l _. .. a — -I.1—U_ C asm. Miss Cohen to Vows Sunday Miss Beverly CA three weeks' hon oi: Sapphire room 0 | L ** 230 Pm. &a ding are now resiainy ui W Uar ufUl WIVB in Aumist to loin weeks honeymoon in New York. Mrs. Bernstein is the former Arlene Kleber Miss Rosetta Kline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kline. 811 N. W. 13th st., is at home for the summer from the University of Michigan Murray Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Miller, 918 S. W Fourth st., is in Miami on a ten-day vacation from the Southern Optometry college in Memphis, Tenn. Joyce Pearlman. 487 N. E. 29th % urdines Serrated-edge grass whip $1.89 ""f^r"" %  ~ „ chapel, Pittsburgh, ra., ure ter.. is spending the summer ^/P^ paren te; Mrs. Henry Ritter, jr., New York city; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kaufman and pun unu iKAkkik^i % %  -j Oliver Kamni.ui, j* %  --o—i ton, D. C. New York, and Bel. m(( njrs. David Mendelsohn, St. mar, N. J. Albans, N. Y. Mrs. N. Pritzker is leaving to~~ morrow to visit her children and COHEN-WASSERMAN family in Silver Sand Beach, Miss Sylvia Cohen and Alvin Wasserman will be married Sunher and they will return in Sepday aft. rnoofi at the home of his tember .Mr. and Mrs. Maxparents. Mr and Mrs. J. Wasserwell Hyman and daughter, R„a ; = !" !" ** !" bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Cohen, of Wilkesbarre, Pa. Robi it Wasserman. the groom's brother, will serve as best man. After a reception, which will also be held at the Wasserman home, are vacationing in Blowng the couple will leave for a two Rock, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. weeks' honeymoon in Asheville, William Malter and son, Phil' N. C. Miss Cohen studied in Wilkesbarre, Pa. Mr. Wasserman attended school in Allt ntown, Pa. 3000 Royal Palm ave., will leave tomorrow morning for New York where they will spend the summer. Before their return to Miami they will stop in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig 1 lip, left recently to tour the eastern seacoast Mr. Max Feit is now in Saratoga. N. Y., and will return the latter part of July Judge and Mrs. Harold Spaet, 5435 LaGorce dr., left this week for New York city. They will be away six or seven days. Mrs. Seymour Gladstone and her mother. Mrs. Myron M. Newman, 334 20th St.. Miami KRUVANT-KESSLER Serrated edge gives a :lean, sharp blow—makes cutting down tropical undergrowth much easier. MIAMI STORK. HOUSE' WAKES, FIFTH FLOOR Mrs. Sylvia Weintrob Kruvant, of Miami Beach and Atlantic City, was married this week to Chester J. Kcssler, of New York, in Atlantic City. The couple is honeymooning in California now OTWIUUIII oot vui oi., mnuui md later will stop at the VerBeach, left yesterday evening sailles hotel, Miami Beach, for a (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) },<>it time. and Mrs. I. Klinghoffer, of Philadelphia, in a ceremony to be read at the Park Central hotel in New Vui k city on July 14. The bride-elect is now in NewYork with her mother, Mrs. Herman Schatzburg, of the National hotel, Miami Beach. Other members of her family who will attend the wedding are her brother. Robert; her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Irving II. Fineberg, and her fathfr. After a honeymoon in Canada, the couple will reside in Philadelphia. Miss Schatzburg was graduated from Ponce de Leon High school and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Klinghoffer is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of Beta Sigma Rho fraternity. Miss Freeman Is Bride Of Joseph Levine Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levine, who were married on June 2. are now making their home at 1050 S. W. Fifth st. The bride is the former Elaine Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman, 1764 Jefferson ave., at whose home the ceremony took place. Mr. Levine is the son of Mrs. S. Levine, of Forest Hills, Long Island. Mrs. Levine is a graduate of Miami Beach High school. The couple will take a belated honeymoon trip to Forest Hills early in the fall. h teL Miss Cohen.' £' r o f Mr. andjij Cphen, 1662 s. w n Officiating wilu "Kaplan. Miss J will serve as maid „, Fredrick B. Miller man Alan Cohen Robmowitz. brothers rfl a fd Eroom, will be J Among the guests J the wedding are Mr. 5 15 Cohen and their i Janet and Ruth. $ "< Id. Me.; Jack Rob, Mr. and Mrs. George L Detroit, Mich., andl art, of Troy, N, Y. The bride-elect, j Miami Senior HigL tended the University I and Northwestern Dai Mr. Hobinowitz stu University of Miami I graduation from Rrra, tary academy in Gain A reception will cere mony. Mrs. Nathan turned to Miami L_ visiting relatives in ( N. C, for several son, Charles, has. vannah, Ga., where] and children are MlAMHAOl r.-s •,: • K men U:iS pAPiTOl ('pern M:4S CUSTOM MADE VENETIAN BLINDS Knapp Monarch Magik Mist $2 Aerosol insecticide dispenser kills flies, mosquitoes, roaches, ants, flying moths, silver fish, spiders, etc. Complete with directions. MIAMI STORE, HOUSEWARES. FIFTH FLOOR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! Very shortly we will be able lo offer an unlimited quantity of materials for New Venetian Blinds. AND we will also be able lo offer a prompt service. However, we suggest that you place your order NOW! RE-CONDITIONED VENETIAN BLINDS COMPLETE WITH NEW CORNICES WEINSTEIN-SCHIFF Honevmooninfi in Havana are Dr. and Mrs. William M. 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PAGE SIX Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. B ox 2973 Phone 2 1141 Kntcred aa Second da*. Matter July 4 T0.t the *t Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3, i< Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months, $2.00. 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 26 Miami 18. Florida. Friday. June 28, 1940 SIVAN 29, 5706 -Je*lstncrldto£L JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1946, J. T. A.) 1 I RGUN THREATENS TO EXECUTE OFFICERS QUESTION: What i* an AliY ANSWER: On the days when th e To, ah is read in the synagogue it is customary to cal a number of individuals up to the Sorm by name and have them recite the blessing while standing before the Torah. S.nce the act so described constitutes an ascension to a higher platform, bo h m th e mate rial and in the spiritual eL one is regarded as having ,n Alivah. The word Aliyah is ,„ m a Hebrew derivative meaning to rise, to come up, etc. QUESTION: Why is *• Torah read in Hebrew only? ANSWER: Hebrew, being the ,riglnal language in which it was written, would logically be the ,anguagc in which to read it. In addition, it served as a means of popularizing the Hebrew language even in the Diaspora. It A VOTE THAT MEANS RESULTS On Sunday, June 30, Zionists in this community will go to the polls and elect American delegates to the 22nd World Zionist Congress. Meeting for the first time since 1939, the Congress will be called upon to make major political decisions affecting the future and fate of the Jewish Homeland. It is for this reason that each Shekel holder should exercise the franchise to which he is entitled by virtue of possession of the Shekel, the small blue certificate which most members of the local Jewish community have received. At the polls the voter will receive a ballot containing long lists of candidates, each slate offered by one or another Zionist party or group, and he will be called upon to indicate his choice, not for individual candidates, but for the party or entire list which he prefers. This method of election leaves much to be desired, but the intelligent Zionist must consider all factors, the nature of the Congress, the issues confronting it, the program „, however, and policies of the parties, the political effect of the vote, and m u ^ jon T times it was customary m,,ct rlinnso thrrt nrnnn which he feels is best eauiDDed to i have an interpreter (called a Meturgamen) follow the original ,, elation in Hebrew by reading m Aramaic translation in those lands where the Jews spoke Aramaic. It can thus be seen that there was a definite attempt to have the populace understand the Torah in whatever language they spoke. The reading was called Targum which means interpretation or translation. With (he spread of the Jewish people through so many lands and tongues, this practice was discontinued because of the impracticability of making so many different translations as well as the possible danger of making the translations more revered than the original. As is the case with the prayers, reading the Torah in Hebrew is one of the few measures we have of perpetuating the Hebrew language. JERUSALEM (JTA) — British troops this week continued their hunt for the three kidnapped officers still heloj by the Irgun, following an announcement over the Irgun underground radio that they will be executed if the death sentence imposed last week upon two Irgun members is not commuted. The commutation of the sentences was also urged in a broadcast over the Haganah radio. The local press reported that Maj. H. B. Chadwick, who it was believed escaped from the kidnappers last week, actually was released to act as liaison between the authorities and the Irgun in an attempt to arrange the release of the men still held in return for a promise of clemency for the two condemned members of the Irgun. DR. CATO TO DISCUSS POLIO SITUATION must choose that group which he feels is best equipped to render maximum service to the Zionist cause. Despite a rather heated propaganda campaign engaged in by several of the smaller parties, it is acknowledged by the masses of American Jews that the Zionist Organization of America and its leadership have carried the brunt of the political responsibility in this country. Accordingly, it is vital that a tremendous popular vote be registered for the Z.O.A. to buttress its prestige and to fortify its leadership in the additional tasks which lie ahead. To fragmentize Zionist stiength for partisan reasons, to scatter the vote among many parties can result only in confusing the non-Jewish world, and in undermining and weakening the powerful and effective Z.O.A. at a time when it should have additional, compelling confirmation of the support it enjoys from American Jewry. Thousands oi Zionists the country over, nominally members of other parties, or unaffiliated with any other group, will accordingly cast their voles for the Z.O.A. In the best interests of the Zionist movement it is earnestly hoped that Shekel holders in this community will do likewise. "Is There A Polio Epidemic?" is the subject to be discussed by Dr. T. E. Cato, county commissioner of health, at the Downtown Club meeting of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge, to be held at 12:15 p.m. today, announced E. Albert Pallot, president. Burnett Roth, luncheon club chairman, advises that lodge members and their guests are invited to attend this luncheon, which is held in the Downtown Restaurant, Seybold building. MR. BIGGOTT 3.000 ELIGIBLE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) arranging to have two Mizrachi supporters at each polling place. Mr. Ashkenazy listed the following who will represent the Progressives: Dr. Harry H. Queen, David Freedman, Mrs. Lena Mintzes, L. Ehrlich and Henry Seitlin. Transportation to the polls is being arranged by the various groups. No absentee voting is provided for, Roth said. Persons who wish to vote out of town may do so by presenting their Shekels at the polls. JANE ADDAMS' LIFE TO BE RADIO TOPIC Thr dramatic story of a lady who strove unceasingly for the -lum people of Chicago, is told in a 15-minute radio show, "Jane Addams." starring Wendy Barrie and David Ross. The program will be broadcast Sunday mornmn at 8:30 a.m. over radio station WIOD. and is the third of the 1.' st We Forget—These Great Americans" series, heard each Sunday at that hour over WIOD. Presented by the Institute for Democratic Education. Sunday's episode depicts Jane Addams as a woman who fought bigotry and prejudice so that the poor could go forward to make a better world. Featured in the presentation is Hester Sondergaard Mr. Biggott: "Hurry, operator, this is an emergency. I want a white, native-born, American policeman." RAND FETED The House Council of the Miami Y honored Mike Rand at a farewell party at the Y last night. The former athletic director and YorkX. aU 1CaVing ^ NeW Committee Appointments Await Hospital Decision Appointment of the budget and executive committees of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation by its board of directors has been postponed until a decision is made on the proposed joint hospital-Federation campaign, it was announced this week. Trustees of the hospital and executives of Federation are expected to make final decisions on the campaign within the next few weeks. Two professional ,„ itl were engaged by the P.?!** ami Jewish Federo X'* 0 aid in the fund-ra^ community P l ar ni ng ac S* the organi 2atlon ^f N 8LS? SSfirsS At present trade seen*,.. the United Jewish A £ < charge of organization of L divisions. Click will S IZ Federation's assistant in Jj raising. A graduate of theZ inmu w-tit..,. York Business Institute, h. been associated with thDistribution Committee been associated with the" jZ lbution Committee in fund-raising department and m Party To Honor Ex-GIs Celebrating the return of their four sons from service, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weintraub, 1261 S. W. Fifth st., will hold open house Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6. The Weintraub brothers are Morris, who served with the coast artillery in Okinawa; Philip, who served with the infantry in Europe; Milton, who served with the late Gen. George S. Patton in Germany, and Stanley, who was a Marine staff sergeant in the Solomon Islands. PLAN BOAT RIDE A moonlight sail will be held by the Workmen's Circle Vladeck branch of Miami Sunday evening, June 30. The affair will take place aboard the Seminole Queen no. two, which leaves from the Miami Yacht basin at 8 p.m. Reservations may be made with J. Siegel at 2-3474 or S. Kahn, at 3-8924 or 48-1252. Breakfast Opens Drive (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Elry Stone, Isaac Levin, Nathan Adelman, Burnett Roth, "Marx M. Feinberg. Milton A. Friedman, Dr. Everett Blasberg, Max Silver, Sam B. Miller, Sam Alexander, Alex Cohen, John Kronenfeld, Abe Aronovitz, J. Barney Spector, Sam Silver. Ernest Sussman, Jerome Weinkle, Ben Essen. PARTIES BITTER (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) cases of lost Shekels, the Central Shekel board prepare duplicate Shekels which would be distributed to those who had mislaid their original Shekel. If both these suggestions were unacceptable, they urged that the elections be dispensed with entirely and that a united ticket of all parties, with the mandate distributed in a manner satisfactory to all, be drawn up. in it, %  iment and • formerly in the administrate department of New York's Beth Israel hospital. Gliek has also served as senlor fund-raising secretary of the Joint Defense Appeal. He is m ried and has two children. Garvey, who is now work !" with emigres for the National Refugee Service, will be Federation's assistant in community planning. Discharged from the Army about nine months ago. he has had a wide experience in social work and also in fund-raising. He received his bachelor's degree in 1934 from the University of Pittsburgh and in 1939 was awarded a master's degree by the School of Applied Social Science, Pittsburgh. He was connected with the Children's Service bureau and the Mother's Assistance fund in that city before serving as a disaster relief worker with the Red Cross in Louisville, Ky. Garvey has also been a field representative for NRS in charge of the community organization department for the West Central states. During his three years in the Army, he served in the personnel department. He is married and has one child. Both Click and Garvey are epected to begin their duties here at the beginning of August. BEACH Y CAMPERS TO HELP EUROPEANS Remembering less fortunate children, Beach Y campers ths week adopted two projects to aid children overseas. They will collect clothing and make arts and crafts items for shipment Europe. Decision on the projects was made by the campers themselves through their own governing body. Each group has two representatives on the camp council. whose advisors are Sidney Rosenblatt and Walter Lynn. The three groups represented are the juniors, who have adopt* the name "Sampson"; the intermediates, of "Marashes," and tM seniors, or "Moses." R e P rese "2 the Sampsons are Harvey TH blum and Shayne RosentwJ Marashes, Barry Tarran and JP lene Koren; Moses, Therese W dy and Larry FeingoldRepresenting the groups on t camp newspaper are Sheila* vine and Arlene AhJJJ*gj Joseph Ross and David|MJj Marashes; Martha Becker Norton Levine, Moses. Alan we. tin is their advisor. Among the weekly evening tertainments being pta"* 7 khe council are an "£ quiz program, truth^ ^ quences and treasure nuMoses presented a minstrel^ yesterday. hi]dren With more than 50 chu ^ ready enrolled in the csnP Beach Y is still taking reg tion for new campers.



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Lis, April"' Weddins A Mrs Herbert BlumenMr and Mrs. n H' af,C ln P n New York city, Effi! & h ome in ? avan %  are m_ ak,n f hc bride is the former H. fla The bride is trie xorme. "* Mher April, daughter of feiS Mrs. S.mon April, forJ**' a ? d M !am Mr. Blumenthal lihal of Savannah. I'l couple was married at a Jml r'mony on May 19 m I R'nai Israel synagogue in ftLnnS with the bride's father ESS Mrs. Louis Cohen, If Ss sister, was the matron PCS and^is brother. Sol Blumenthal. was the best man luT Sevmour Gladstone and Is Tobie Jacobskind of Miami I nded the bride. Seymour BEL. of Miami and Gilbert Indrezin, of Savannah, were the Ipoomsmen. Flower girls were IL groom's neices, Harriet Kanllor and Harriet Cohen, of SaIvannah. Inre Mrs. Sara Stone, Mr. and I Mrs Ben Stone, Mr. and Mrs. ICeorge Stone. Jack Stone, Mr. land Mrs. Louis Stone, Mr. and %  Mrs Barney Silfkin, Max BluImenthal, Mr. and Mrs. Myron M. iNewman. Mrs. Hattie Newman, %  Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind, IMr and Mrs. Milton Weiner and [Barbara Weiner. ( Mrs. Blumenthal was graduated from Miami Senior High [school and attended the University of Miami, where she was a | member of Alpha Epsilon Phi [sorority. +Jewlstncridllan PAGE SEVEN Dr. Waisbren Takes Bride To Boston Dr. and Mrs. Burton Waisbren, who were married on May 28 at the Versailles hotel, are making their home temporarily in Boston, Mass., where the doctor is interning at Boston City hospital. Mrs. Waisbren, the former Florence Booxbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Booxbaum, of 1727 Meridian ave., was attended by her sister, Mrs. Nathan Siden, matron of honor; Miss Carol Waisbren, the bridegroom's sister, maid of honor, and the Misses Carolyn Spiro, Frances Katz and Mollea Michael, bridesmaids. The bridegroom, son of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Waisbren of Milwaukee, Wis., was attended by James Brachman, best man, and Nathan Siden, Louis Meisel, Herbert Heavenrich and Merritt Abrams, groomsmen. Both the bride and bridegroom attended the University of Wisconsin from which the doctor was graduated. Mrs. Waisbren is an alumna of Miami Beach High school. Before leaving for Boston, the couple toured Cuba and the west coast of Florida. ARMY VETERANS WED Miss Sally Cappon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cappon, of Cleveland. Ohio, was married Sunday evening to George Rubenstein, son of Fredrick Rubenstein, of Philadelphia, Pa., at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alex Scott, 1791 S. W. 16th tor. Rabbi Max Shapiro officiated. After honeymooning on Miami Beach, the couple will reside in Miami. Mrs. Rubenstein attended school in Cleveland and served for three years as a WAC at Luke Field, Ariz. Mr. Rubenstein, who was in the air corps, spent three years overseas. WALLY-PREVILLE Miss Joyce Wally, daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wally, [1944 Michigan ave., was married I to Sheridan Alvin Preville on I June 6 in the cottage room of [Hampshire House, New York. [Mrs. Alvin Greif. jr., Baltimore, [was her sister's matron of honor, and Miss Elinore Preville and [Miss Phyllis Wolfson, Miami I Beach, were bridesmaids. After a [honeymoon at Grove Park Inn, lAsheville, N.C., the couple will [reside in New York. Miss Liberman Plans Summer Wedding Announcement of the engagement of Miss Esther Liberman to Frank Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Solomon, 612 15th St., is being made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. Liberman, 1870 S. W. 15th st. Miss Liberman, formerly of Akron, Ohio, was graduated from Ohio State university, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Solomon, who is now attending the University of Miami Law school, was previously a student at the University of Georgia where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. No definite date has been set for the wedding, which will take place sometime during the summer. MISS HOROWITZ WEDS Miss Vivienne Horowitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham H. Horowitz, of New York city, was married at the Jewish Center, New York, to Rabbi Norman Siegel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seigel, of Baltimore, Md., on June 16. Rabbi D. Leo Jung, assisted to Rabbi Moses Poleyoff and Rabbi Morris H. Finner, of Yeshiva university, officiated. The bride is a graduate of Brooklyn college and also attended the Teachers' Institute of the Jewish Theological seminary. The groom, who served for five years as an Army chaplain, is now rabbi of the Congregation Beth Israel of New Orleans, La. Magids Reside In N. Y. After Wedding Here Mr. and Mrs. David H. Magid, after a wedding trip to Darien, Conn, and Boston, Mass., are making their home in New York. Mrs. Magid, the former Lois Braz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Braz, 320 N.W. 29 st., and Mr. Magid were married recently at the home of Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Maid of honor was the bride's aunt, Miss Rose Fisher. Mr. Magid's best man was his brother, Sam, who came from New York for the wedding. A dinner at the Versailles hotel for members of the immediate family followed the ceremony. Mrs. Magid graduated from Miami Edison High school and Mr. Magid attended the University of Virginia. EUROPEANS SEEK RELATIVES IN U. S. BOFTAN-LEVEINE TO HOLD PICNIC The American Birobidjan committee, Miami chapter, will sponsor a picnic at noon Sunday on the grounds of the Beach Y. Refreshments, entertainment and surprises are in store for all who attend, says Mrs. Marian Baumel, secretary. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lcviene are at home at 513 N.W. Seventh st. after a honeymoon in Cuba. The former Adele Rosemary Boftan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boftan. was married to Lawrence-Leveine at a formal ceremony at the Beth David synagogue on May 19 with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Attending the couple were Miss Marilyn Isenberg and Roy Miller. Ringbearer was Donny Leven. Mrs. Leveine attended Miami Senior High school and Mr. Leveine attended New York university for two years. The Service to the Foreign Born department, Miami section, of the National Council of Jewish Women is sending out an appeal to locate 13 persons on behalf of their relatives in Europe. Those sought are Mark Kopper by Janka Rosenberg, Budapest; Lotte Meadows by Harriet Ehmann, Lithuania; Lotte Margulies by Sara Ella Margules; Raphael or Moses Haut or Mr. Orshitzer by Leon Fries; Mary Schwartz by Isaak Bela: Dr. Jonas Spinner by Henrietta Haas; H. D. Bubnian by Josef Bobman; Ludwig Schon by George Schon; Erika Sehaffer by Jakeib Sehaffer: Chaslciel Braus by Miriam Karpcl; Louis Weinberg by M. Blankiet; and Sali Miehlow by Gisella Scnonblum. Anyone having information concerning location of any of these people is asked to contact the National Council of Jewish Women in the Congress building. A special meeting of the Jewish Social Service bureau board of directors will be held 8 p.m. Monday at the offices of Federation, 1002 Congress building. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president, has called the meeting. Hollywood is interested in Melvyn Douglas' stage hit "Call Me Mister," with an all-veteran cast. Mel. returning to Hollywood last week after nearly four years' absence to appear with Spencer Tracv and Katherine Hepburn in MGM's "Sea Of Grass," has already been approached for screen rights to his Broadway hit. THE MOANING AFTER Trying to get ahead in Ihis world? One evening of this joint and you'll GET A HEAD "OUT OF THIS WORLD!" I ZlSSEN'g $ CHICKEN \V % FRANK HARNEY.JR.MANACIN6 DIRECTOR ^lf>l'' lH BWlY ""ft MONDAYS MOM 11-00 NOON *V\ WSCAYHt •OUUVARD • HU-44N7 ,£jj V Turoa. 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28,1946 +Je*lsb IkfHUr PAGE THREB xJfyfjutMw FROM PACE 2) ri-T MrsGladLSV ,W Week ,n N Mrs. I. L Kussner K"i 809 Seville ave., tt are vacationing 6 and Canada. Jfaway six weeks 1 Charlotte BlumbejgJf Mr. and Mrs. Nat 1MB S W. 19th ter., I ^ nds in Elizabeth. Hill leave Monday fLakota in Wurtsboro. J she will spend the : of the summer. | Calif-, is the desti1 Miss Hope Tanenrt Mindel Warfield, [unaine Gartner, who Miami Tuesday to H first post-war conihe Alpha Epsilon this week after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Myrpn M. Newman and Mrs. Hattie Newman, 334 20th st., Miami Beach. They stopped at the Cromwell hotel. Mrs. Hattie Newman has joined them Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beddo returned to Chicago alter visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I Herman Wronker Miss Edith Seidenberg, 334 Euclid ave., is I leaving this week for New York where she will spend the summer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenfield. 2315 N. Meridian ave., are now in Philadelphia, Pa., and will leave this week to spend the remainder of the summer in the Balsams in New Hampshire Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cromer will leave July 6 for a two weeks' business trip will 'o New York Mrs. Jack J. toy in Chicago en I will also tour Los Madaleen SchulLhter of Mr. and Mrs. Tulman, 241 Ponce de is leaving this week location. Her sister. •turned this week from [after completing a mqagement at a club be will leave for New iwo weeks Unna Arnold, 1438 on ave., and her two lien, Patricia and [left for the Catskill i in New York. They in September [Mrs. Joe Rutansky of tores are spending ition in South FallslY. They will return I in several weeks }le Stone, daughter of Irs. Jacob Stone, 1884 I st, will leave Miami }k to tour New York Miss Helene Alexughter of Mr. and Mrs. lander, 1334 S. W. : last week for camp (rsonville, N. C. orge Chertkof, 1761 ter., returned to Midweek from Baltimore, ] and Mr. Chertkof are |at the Cromwell hotel weeks, after which |join her mother, Mrs. berg; sister Paulanita i and son and doughty and Carol, who are ng in Hendersonville, j Miss Naomi Machtei. [of Rabbi and Mrs. S. pi. 1450 S. W. 17th 1 week with Mr. and Getz and their son, ana hotel, for Yonkand Masten lake, [oomi will spend the l a < Camp Lakota in lu The Gelz have a IMasten lake and will P er e all summer. 1 Mrs, George L. NewBarbara, are vacationing in New York. Dr. Falk will join them in August Mr. and Mrs. Max Azer, of Coral Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fishman, of Miami Beach, are vacationing in Staten Island, N. Y. Miss Dorothy Rader Hew to New York Wednesday to join her family and help celebrate her brother's birthday on July 4th .. Mrs. Leo Kupper and children are in Maine for the summer Sidney Meyer is out oi the hospital and is resting at the Savoy Plaza hotel in New York Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle have been in New York and are expected to return Monday Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel, 1721 Collins ave., and family are vacationing at Kiamesha Lake, N. Y. Copake Country club in Craryville, N. Y., is the vacation place of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and family Miss Beverly Miller of Baltimore is visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Sachs. Edgewater Beach hotel, and her cousin. Miss Bernice Sidle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sidle, 1226 S. W. 18th st. ... Mr. and Mrs. Philip Halperin, their daughter, Florence, and Miss Phyllis Aronson, of Fitzgerald, Ga., have been visiting in Miami for several weeks. Miss Roslyn Blanch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blanch, 1524 Meridian ave.. entertained the two University of Georgia sophomores with a beach party at Baker's Haulover Friday. Former Miamians, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Wenkle, are visiting on Miami Beach from New York. They were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfeld Monday evening Mrs. Henrietta Susskind, 1521 S. W. Fifth st., and her daughter, Mrs. Sy Goldman, are vacationing ^g_returned north in East Rockaway. L. I. |ote Number 2 FOR HEROIC BUILDERS OF PALESTINE r FOR | e Magnificent Achievements of Histadrut 3RTANT REASONS FOR VOTING NUMBER 2 %  tat! Qnd pro< ? r ssive Jewish Commonwealth in a fre democratic Jewish life all over the world. mist Progressive Bloc of Greater Miami NS T0 ZIONIST CONGRESS SUNDAY. JUNE 30 r TE NUMBER 2 ADLER'S KOSHER MARKET 1007 S. W. 27th AVENUE Free Delivery Phone 4-3926 WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH MEATS and POULTRY also Groceries Delicatessen Dairy Products I Fruits and Vegetables Bakery Our Specials for This Week YACHT BRAND Grapefruit Juice No. 5 can 25c Granulated Sugar Hershey Soap SOMETHING NEW! Arctic Pineapple Punch Just Right for Hot Weather! LIBBY'S Deep Brown Beans Vegetarian Style 5 lbs. 37c 3 cakes 19c Qt. lar 2 cans 35c 25c In Our Produce Dept. Florida Juicy Oranges doz. 39c Ripe Florida Tomatoes lb. 17c California Iceberg Lettuce 2 heads 25c Fancy Tender Carrots 2 bunches 19c Golden Ripe Bananas % 3 lbs. 25c Avoid Hot Weather Shopping GIVE US A CALL AND LET US DELIVER YOUR COMPLETE FOOD NEEDS. ALL TELEPHONE ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION! OUR STORE IS OPEN FOR YCftjR CONVENIENCE .. OHM till 6 P.M. Thursday 8 A.M. till 9 P.M. Monday 8 A.M. b r ^ Wednesday 8 KSL 88I Ml Sunday 8 A.M. till 6 P.M. WE ARE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY 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 Participate* Agency oi th. GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION U I i! I 1' 'i



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28. 1946_ Btetftftilgtto PAGE NINE .^DBITS FROM EVERYWHERE By PHINEAS J. BIRON FRONT industry. r [ Pfigc st.ll bear HcnH K „, is the P' w pu ,,f Mb,e l S X Kate name%  a Jewish to sell woman, was hodrygoods jjS/JStSX fcery cross urganized in eleven daily newspapers for close to 8,000,000 people but Palestine has ten daily Hebrew newspapers for a little over 600,000 population 45000 radio sets are owned by the Jews in Palestine. The annual budget of the Hebrew university in Jerusalem is $1,200,000 Jewish, athletes from Palestine will participate in the next Olympic games. The Palestine Symphony orchestra is on its way to England to give six concerts in Albert hall, largest auditorium in London. A shepherd in Palestine must be at least ten years [Youth, now '";''""" "I Iold before he is recognized as under the .J^JJJJ such by the government. ,he American-Brown | ^ j~ Jand. is a dangerous | MISCELLANY It continues the -Kraft durch Frcude" kit a GROSSMAN is a of the Polish-Jewish L to the United States. ,he Chalutz movement Lid in Nazi and Soviet f Organized the resists of the Bialystok •bringing in arms and Hion. Led the revolt very end escaped foods and continued fight(member of the partisan*. k26... Fair, slightly frecktplexion, straight lightair. .. Rather small, blueyes she is of short, lid... Looks like an aryan leasant girl. The "Goylearance helped her to es|. Has many Polish and Becorations for heroism in [.. Is a dynamic speaker ublic platform, In pribversation she is modest t of herself. Destined to leader of the Shemir Hazfremen'. in Palestine. i YOU DIDN'T KNOW. .. |ir. the midst of the pres. Tel Aviv held its 11th I exhibition of the fashion Omar N. Bradley, administrator of the U.S. Veterans administration, says that the administration's records list 28,000 Kellys, 17,500 Cohens, 16,000 Schultz, and 2,000 Kominskis. Don't miss •Rembrandt, the Jews and the Bible" by Franz' Landsberger, published by the Jewish Publication Society of America. Taxi drivers, Jewish and non-Jewish, m New York should be given courses in democracy. Their behavior toward Negroes is disgraceful. The members of the Actions committees of The Protestant picketed the British Consulate in New York and Chicago to protest against the Bcvin speech. Meyer Weisgal and son and Henry Montor and son are going to have a hot time in Palestine. Copyright 1946 Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. By current plan, final scenes in Gary Cooper's new picture "Cloak and Dagger," made by Warner Producers Milton Sperling and Joe Bernhard will name Argentina and Spain as fascist nations and show German scientists working there on the atom bomb! Sperling, consequently, anticipates he won't be getting film distribution in those countries. A plan tor an aged home located in Miami to serve communities of Florida and Georgia was presented to delegates at the recent conference on care of the aged in Jacksonville, Max Greenberg reported to the Jewish Florid ian this week. Mr. Greenberg, who is chairman of the local home's building j committee and a member of its board, outlined a plan at the conference whereby the various communities of the area would cooperate in the project and maintain as many rooms as they re' quire. Each community involved would have a street named for its city. A guest house where children of the residents could stay at a minimum cost, as well as a recreation hall, synagogue, infirmary, large dining room and kitchen are included in the plan which Mr. Greenberg claims would cost about one third of what the various communities are now paying foi aged care. The delegates unanimously passed a motion, made by Mrs. Benjamin Mayers of Miami, suggesting unified action by Florida and Georgia in the care of the aged. Adoption of a cooperative plan now awaits acceptance by the various communities. At a session held before the conference to discuss the Atlanta Hebrew Orphans' home, a resolution was passed recommending that a study be made and presented to officials of the home to determine whether the services of the home are needed in the area. The study will include an outline of the type of services required in the area for dependent children. It was proposed that federations in the area be represented on the committee in order to implement the recommendations in their cities. HANDING OVER THE GAVEL TO DAVE EMMER. new president of the Miami Beach Civic league, is Samuel W. Shapiro. retiring president. Emmer and his fellow officers were installed at a dinner-dance held Saturday evening at the National hotel A drive to double the present membership of 250 was launched at the affair. Committee chairmen appointed are I. Aaron Abbott, civic; James H. Ruby, scholarship; Jack Kurshan, entertainment; Louis Gillman, finance; David Isen, publicity; Daniel D. Daniels, editor of the Civic League News, and Carl Gardner, representative to the President's council. i —Photo by Ardmore Studio RED CROSS SEEKS 40 FOR NURSES' SCHOOL THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI MJE PEIMTOAVL •P MIAMI Ml TNI AIT MIST AVIMVI Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage onsult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home • Long Time To Pay Long term monthly payments automatically pay off Mortgages without refinancing and without a strain on income. # Prompt Service Immediate attention given to all customers. Being a Miami institution, all problems can be solved here by Dade Federal Loan Committee. |Low Rates T|onuble Interest pi on unpaid balPayments %  Si including mond principal, need more than present "Y rental, and in cases are less than Ft monthly rental. [entB can include insurance, etc. Masada Chapter Elects; Plans Member Brunch • A Home Institution Personalized handling of your loans by 'ocal people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Lipton, President Harold Geo. Shapiro of Coral Gables is the new president of the Greater Miami Masada chapter, young men's Zionist group, which is planning a joint Sunday "brunch" with Junior Hadassah, its sister organization, for next month. Masada was recently reorganized after being inactive since 1942 when a large number of its members went into the armed services. Serving with Shapiro is Jerry Schwartz, of Miami Beach, secretary. At a meeting held last Tuesday, Marvin Cooper, Charles Freefield and Seymour Hinkes were elected to serve with the officers on an executive board. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, guest speaker, discussed the meaning of Zionism and how it is interrelated with the fundamentals of Judaism. An intensive campaign to recruit 40 girls by August 1 for the nurses* training school at Jackson Memorial hospital is being conducted by the Dade County chapter, American Red Cross, it was announced Thursday by [Mrs. Ruth Knowlton, chairman of I the nurse recruitment committee 'of the Red Cross here. Although the committee recruited many nurses and nurse trainees for the Army and Navy during the war, this is its first peace time project. The need for nurses has increased since the war ended, Miss Geneva Simmons, RN, who is assistent director of student activities for the training school here, explained. Expanded Army and Navy staffs, veterans' hospitals, rehabilitation centers and industries have absorbed hundreds of nurses tending to make a shortage, she said. Basic requirements for girls interested in becoming nurses are that they be between the ages of 18 and 30, single, high school graduates and in good health. Applicants who are accepted following a personal interview with Miss Simmons are given a medical, dental and "mental examination all of which must be passed before beginning actual training on Sept. 11, the starting date of the next class. Further information on enrolling in the nurses' training school here may be obtained either at Red Cross headquarters, 507 N.E. First ave., or at Jackson Memorial hospital. Newspaper Offers Reward for Mufti M**"**Your Complete f>Prtinent Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Aye. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience MorVis Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St. Miami T. O. Thackrey, editor and general manager of the New York Post, has announced that a series of rewards, from $5,000 up, would be offered by his newspaper for finding the "escaped" ex-mufti of Jerusalem and bringing him to trial as a war criminal. He pointed out, however, that the real trouble was not the finding of the mufti, but in locating an official agency that really wanted to try him. It is questionable, he said, whether any of the powers involved in the Palestine question want to find the exmufti. Simultaneously with the announcement, the N. Y. Post reproduced documentary proof that the ex-mufti urged foreign ministers of Hungary, Rumania and Bulgaria to ship Jews to Poland during the Nazi regime in order to prevent them from reaching Palestine. A photostatic copy is also reproduced of a telegram sent by Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler to the ex-mufti which establishes the mufti's ties with the Nazis. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. S-TSOI Belt carefor chronic alck, convalescent and aldarly paopla 8ANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices a( ^ H Larae Beautiful Qroundseassssa CPA Approves Requests Of Home, Temple Israel Permission for construction and improvements was granted to the National Children's Cardiac Home and Temple Israel last week by the Civilian Production administration committee on non-housing construction. The Home received approval for a request to erect buildings estimated at $35,000 to provide medical care, schooling and recreational facilities for its residents. Air conditioning changes amounting to $780 was the project for which Temple Israel received approval. JACK FISHMAN is pleased to announce that he and his associates have purchased the BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO.. INC. 800 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-0794 Hotsls Equipment A Supplies Clubs Restaurants i I • 1 111 ;• i %  H; .SSaK^sjffir-j.V



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PAGE EIGHT +Jenlst flcrMtori Beach Congress Women Map Plans for Next Season "Unity through unison" is the motto which was adopted by the Miami Beach Women's division. American Jewish Congress, at a board meeting held at the home of Mrs. Louis Wasser. president, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Joseph Fine, president or the Miami division, and her officers, were guests at the meeting which was held in the form of a dessert party. At the meeting, it was announced that Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will continue to serve as book reviewer for the series sponsored by AJC. The project, part of the organization's civic activities, is designed to further Congress objectives —militant action to combat anti-democratic tendencies* AT ATOM TEST Edward Rosenthal, one of the owners of the Riverside Memorial PRENSKY BROTHERS OUT OF SERVICE and to promote Palestine as a nation-il homeland, Mrs. Glasser reports. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, vice president, will serve as chairman of the series which will be held on the second and fourth Fridays Of each month. Mrs. Sherry's committee and the opening date of the series is to be announced in a short time. As a new phase in the Congress education program, Mrs. Glasser announced that Miss Malvina Weiss, assistant principal of Central Beach Elementary school, has accepted chairmanship of the intercultural committee. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, new chairman of the commission on community interrelations about the local veterans' i ureau and asked members to report vacancies to the bureau and to ask landlords to hers prepare garments for shipment to Europe. Congress warehouses have sorted, reconditioned and • I>1 overseas two and one-half milion pounds of used clothing and almost 14.000 sewn garments In the three and one-half years I AJC has bevn engaged in this relief work for Eurooe. The shipments arc nwte through, the World Jewish Congress. DENTIST OPENS OFFICE Dr. Roy F. Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mack, 821 S.W. 23 ave., has opened officis for the practice of general dentistry and oral surgery at 1643 N.W. 35 st. A native Miamian. Dr. Mack %  >" %  • '."'"•>••attended Emory university and renting preference to veterAll ,..,,, Southern Dental college "and i Ids bachelor of arts, mas: arts, and doctor of dental ry degrees, He interned at John Hopkins university in Bal%  hapel of New York and Miami Beach, is the only mortician chosen by tin U.S. gi vernment to be : ent at the atom bomb experi• | at Bikini atoll. nd th< ir families Mrs Arthur Selevan will take I ngs to facilitati the A • '; %  i d was thi ih AJC for ii How Ji ws in ; • Mrs. Glasser and I %  f the 1 oard describi d I i : visits to the New York I Work Rooms where memtimore, Md., when he specialized in oral surgery, and then si i v 6 as resident dentist and oral surgeon at the Georgia state I tal. He also served 19 months inj the Army. FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Distributers Phone 2-6141 It Costs No More Ask Your Delicatessen ."*l Ration in^tSS Twenty children h ave „, n the beginners' HebnT wh.eh ,s part of the ca^ Two groups-thecampco, and a journalism club Lj formed this week A — %  being held to dec.deV^! the camp newspaper which' be issued weekly. Two separate kitchens maintained and strict did, laws observed, Maurice Gn man, executive director, ten adding that inspection ii invfc Registration is now being t en for the second session wk begins July 8. WBSEWIN8HO&0I Miss Queenie Machtei, ter of Rabbi and Mn. S. M. 7 lei 1450 S.W. 17 ter.. puM di state board exam for rejig nurses with high honors luh in Jacksonville. She was gr aied from Jaclaon Memoriill pital this winter. Monthly dance of the Emanon club will be held at the Miami Y Sunday evening, according io George Siegel. president. The dance for young men and women is being arranged by Sam Green stein, social chairman. The public is invited. Hotelmen Choose I Richard G. Danner, formtrf head of Florida, was appoii executive director of the Beach Hotel Owners' at a meeting of the board of i rectors this week. DR. EUGENE WEISS PODIATRIST CHIROPODIST Having returned from overseas military duty, announce* the reopeninq of his offices. 420 LINCOLN ROAD Miami Beach, Fla. Ph. 5-4377 HERBERT MARKS REAL ESTATE BROKER "LET US SELL your home or | income property" Miami's Leading Real Estate | Broker 740 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-2746 "MAKE IT k MILLION!" EARN WHILE YOU LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE noon ion ron rrv U. S. Army CHOOSt THIS flHF PROFESSION Ii O kV 302 POST OFFICE BLDG. MIAMI, FLORIDA SPECIALIZED H^2 12^3 NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS! United Kosher Market formerly at 166 N. W. FIFTH STREET is moving to 1553 S.W. 8th Street OPENING AT THE NEW ADDRESS TUESDAY, JULY 2 We Will Serve You With the Same QUALITY MEATS and POULTRY As in the Past Phonp 3-2270 Thank You r HUIIC 0~&& / U THE MANAGEMENT CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING MOTH PROOFS MILDEW PROOFS — DEODORIZES Carpet and Linoleum Laying and Repairing Tile and Terrazzo Cleaning and Scaling Refinishing Venetian Blinds Interior and Exterior Painting SALZER BUILDING MAINTENANCE SERVICE • W. UM ST. PHONE 8-7232 FREE ESTIMATES BBBBBB BBBBB BSBfl Splendid education and Tainia 1st mere than 200 ikiUi and trod* ore ofl.r.d by the n. I** Army Good pay and opportune lor adT.nc.ment. 0 %  quartet, ola million ha*..JJ already. WlErf A MUIOWGJ oU th. iaeu at your n.are.t v. Army Camp or Po.t. or U.S. A* Rocruiung Station. ACE UPHOLSTERING Twenty-thre. Y..rV EKPJ""* RE UPH0LSTERIK6 B.aut.fut Tropic.) TlJ-gL 1235 N.W. Miami Ct. 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%  AWHMMMnr* PAGE TWELVE Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, Anti Defamation League I attended the Miami Beach Civic league annual dinner Saturday night and sat with my good friend, Leo Eisenstein, who is one of America's five million hay fever sufferers. Leo extolled the virtues of a new drug which, at the sign of a tickle, he would proceed to swallow. He credited his charming wife, Nola, for having "discovered" the drug when perusing a copy of a weekly periodical. I believe Leo would be interested in knowing that one of our co-religionists discovered that drug. Last month the Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine reported the development of a new drug which provided effective relief and a possible cure for hay fever. The discoverer and developer of this blessing to hay fever sufferers is Dr. V. S. Locwe, a Jewish physician and scientist who fled Nazi oppression in his native Germany ten years ago and sough* haven in the United States. Here is still another illustration of a man who was prohibited from pursuing his scientific and medical researches by the Nazis; yet, in the uninhibited atmosphere of our democracy, he proceeded to develop a remarkable contribution to mankind. LEGAL NOTICES For years Jews have unjustly been held responsible for the frailties of a few. When a Jew is convicted of a crime there are manv ready to convict his Jewishne;s along with him and an entire segment of the Jewish population as well. Yet, conversely, when mankind has been benefited by a discovery brought about by a Jew, there exists a tendency to accept it with perMaps mild acclaim, or even to gloss over the contribution. We, however, have gotten beyond the stage where society's benefactors are to be taken for granted. Certainly, no hay fever sufferer could help but bless Dr. Loewe for having alleviated his affliction. In our democracy, which gets its strength from the many and varied minority groups that coinprise it, due and proper recognition should be taken of the contributions to society made by our many cultural groups and the individual members thereof. KOPLIN-RATTET Miss Doris Justine Koplin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Koplin of Akron, Ohio, was married to David D. Kattet of Bel Harbor, L.I., N.Y., last week at the Snelborne hotel with Dr. Jacob 11. Kaplan officiating. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside in Miami Beach, FRANK KELLY HEADS COMMUNITYCHEST Frank J. Kelly, vice president of National Brands and former city clerk, was elected president of the Dade county Community Chest Friday, succeeding John U. Thompson. Other officers named were O. C. (Jack) Corbin, first vice president %  Dennis Renuart, second vice president: Mrs. Hollis Rinehart. jr., third vice president; Mrs. J. B. Davidson, secretary, and A. E. Fuller, treasurer. Corbin is chairman of the 1947 campaign. New members of the executive committee are Byron Freeland, James I. Keller, jr., Lee Hills, Max Orovitz, Sam H. McCormick, John Shuey, Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey, John G. Thompson, Stanley C. Mvers and A. L. Reynolds. LEGAL NOTICES Resumes Law Practice Maj. Milton Feller, 1579 Meridian ave., has announced his return to law practice at 420 Lincoln rd., after having served 54 months in the Army air forces. He served with the second and third air forces and was later assigned as chief of the special projects branch, contract termination division of the air technical service command. He is a graduate of the University of Miami Law school. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai the undersigned* desiring t<> engage In business under the fictitious name of ADAMS HI. ASS SERVICE, .it 1808 Ave., .Miami Beach, I-', n Ida, lend to • • Bter .-aid name with the Clerk ct tiiCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. VDA.M RABINOWITZ ABRAHAM RAHIXoWITZ IRVIXti RABINOWITZ MYERS, I1KI.M VN & KAPLAN Ippllcants G L"> 7 5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat %  derolgned, deslt ing t" :iu bui Inesa undi lh< fl tltlous name % %  < LINCOLN Pl'ltLIC STENOGRAPHIC SERVIl 'E, .it I Lin Din Roa I Build Ing M an Beat h, Florida, Intends to registei said name ^itlt the Clerk "t the Circuit Courl ol Dade County, Florida CELI \ TRA L'RIQ i :i ; 12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the uuuurttigiied, desiring {• %  engage in business undei the llctulous name ••! I. I .\ i ni..\ MlMh.OURAfHLNU t lYl'EWRlTLN'U, .u tltiu Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, Inlenus to registei said name ..mi the Clerk ii the < licuit Court oi Dune Florids i I.I.IA TRAL'RIU 6 24 T 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBX UIVEN that the unuersigued, desiring to engage in lei the Hi titious name oi BLA.SCMES SUNDRIES, at lilt .V W. iijtiit Si Miami, Florida, intend t" -.ml name With the Clerk ol ; i 'iniit ol Dade County, Floi Idu. CHARLES RUBIN BLANCHE Rl BIN Sole owners URol'EII MORROW Atioi uej id Applicants -'• I-12-1S-26 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that tli. undersigned, desiring to engage In nder the t*i titious nai 1 AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at I','... Collins Avenue. .Miami Beach, Florida, Intend t.. registei said name uith the Clerk "i the Circuit Court if l lade 'ounty, Florida. TED KRCGER JACK MVNHOFF ARTHUR M. l'.All'A 7 ".-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the un !. desiring '• %  engage in HS under the fictitious nai %  ol I'K VRL1NE PRODUCTS, at 915 \. E. Isl Avenue, Miami, Floi Ida, Intel tl to nami with the Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt of Dade County, Florida HARRY 1 PEARL Ml. 1.1 VN KIRSHBAUM MYERS HE1MAN & KAPLAN, Attoi m • foi Applicant* 0,21-28 7 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t-> engage in business under the n titious n ime ••! MIAMI JEWELRY MANUFACTURING CO.. at ll'T N. E, 1st Avenue. Miami, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SHAKTMAN BERNARD SHAKTMAN 5/81 C/7-11-21-2S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the unuersigued, desiring to engage In under the fli titious name "f V\ till i. STAR URt ICERY, at Si -V E, 17th Street, .Miami. Florida, Intend to registei said name with the Clerk of thi .uuit Court ol Uaile County, Florida, CHARLES SCHER Rl 'BERT ELSl '.\ HARRY ZUKERN1CK, Attorne) ["i winte star Grocery, lit) Lincoln Road. •'. :i-:i-.'s 7.5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in • undc i lie a. titious nan,..,| \<.l I. HANDBAG CO., at Roberts jjtel HI. IK.. _'v \\ K.aKl.i St. .Miami. Florida, mi.-nilu, register said nami with ii,, Clerk of the Circuit fouii oi Dade • 'ounty, Floi Ida. SIDNEY SAKS '. 21-2(1 7 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage '" business under tinfictitious name of FERGUSON .v WRIGHT, at 1" N. L. l.t Ave., .Miami, Kin., Intend to register nai.I name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "f Dade County, Florida. WALTER E. RODDA WILLIAM 11 BLAIR TEE JAY TURNER WILLIAM L. PALLOT, Attorney for Petitioners. 12H Congress Bldg. 5/31 6/7-11-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the nnil'isimieil. desiring to eiiKage in business under the fictitious name of CITY LINE GROCERY, at Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ARTHUR HKRSHBEIN AUK HERSHBEIN VON ZAMFT, SIMON & KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 5/31 6/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROYAL JUVENILE FURNITURE & TOTS at G36 N. W. 36th Street. Miami, intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. _,,., SAUL KOLTUN. Sole Owner. 6/21-28 7/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in undei the fit titious name oi REMBRANDT DECORATORS, at 120a Southwest li Street, Miami. Dade Count>. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Louit ol Dade County, Florida BENJAMIN RUBIN „ LOUIS PINCHOT WILLIAM |. PALLOT At;..1:., y i,„ Petitioner l-M Congress Bldg, Miami. Florida. 8, 21-28 7, 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inmid. i.-.gned. desiring to engage In ,' ,> \." ," kr ^e fictitious name ol LAIL.-i,.\ LETTER SERVICE, ut 71i Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Via. null ? rS*'"J?, r sald "'""•' "'"' the Clerk of the circuit Court of Lade Count>, Florida. MARTIN LAIBSON 6/21-2, 7/5.?2 S .T. HER LA,BSON SSI nS C ', erk E ? f thc Clrcu Court of Lade < ounty. Florida. !!'\' Ni: KOPPELMAN, PHILIP COHEN. NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN ar,ners %  *-*• Lincoln Road. NAT MANN. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX HEED File 41SS5 Notice is hereby given that A. N. DREXEL, holder as assignee of City of lliai. i. Tax Certificate Numbered 187. dated the 1st day of June. A.D. 1941, has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon in accordance with law. Bald Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Dade County, F'lorlda, to-wit: Lit 11. llln.k 48B 13th Addition to Hlaleah, in the City of Hlaleah, County ut Hole. State of Florida. The assessment .if saiil property under the Certificate Issued was ill the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed accord; Ing to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the !3rd day of July. A.D. 1946. Dated this lMh day of June. A.D. 1916. E. Ii. I.EATIIERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, I >ade County. Florida. By N. c. STERRETT. D.C. ii'iiciilt Courl Seal) i; 1141 7/5-12-19 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under ihe fictitious name of ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet Building, Miami. Fla.. Intends to register said name with the CJerk of the circuit Court i,r Dade Countv, Florida. .MURRAY KASTOFF J. R COZATT t Jl-l's 7/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business IIIKWJthe fictitious name of NATIONAL BAKING COMPANY (not lin i. at Miami. Dad, Countv, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade < ounty, Florida. MARX FEINBERQ Attorney fop Applicant RUTH DAVIDSON. e7M-M 7/5-12-M Sole Owner. No I ( E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that '•'<• tn islgned, desiring to engage In '.'•' %  T '".".."I',' 1 ''' ,he fictitious name of MIL RAPHAELS, ut H Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the 1 in uit i i,uri of Dade Countv, Florida ROSA LEVITAN S/21-28 7/6.12A t MBUA RAPHABL NOTICE | 8 HEREBY GIVEN that tie undersigned, desiring to engage In kcv." .-, -M '•.'. ,he "''tltlous name of KLNLBIGH ARMS APTS.. 580 N K i.nd street. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Clr? CUll Court of Dado County, Florida GEORGE W. SCHUELER.' AS Trustee undar Trust Agreemer Agreement May 31, 11*41. between • hchueler and Evelyn lated a W Q Spadaro. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant. NOTII L is HEREBY v, he undersigned, desiring to ens business under the fictitious n* THE BOOKWORM, at 214 Vi register the circuit Florida. SfSffASP c Ross LEON T KApflNfnFl0MBE 0 GIVEN that gage In ame of ... Valencia "al t.ahes. Fla.. Intend to said name with the Clerk of Court of Dade County, MRS. KOGAN SELECTS COMMITTEE HEADS Mrs. Alexander Kogan, president of the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood, has selected for her committee chairmen Mrs. Irving Marcus, membership; Mrs. Leon Ell, school board; Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, program; Mrs. Louis Goldman, remembrance fund; Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, budget and finance; Mrs. Charles Tobin, monthly activities; Mrs. Jack Schaefer, Friday night hostesses. Others are: Mrs. Leon Kronish, publicity; Mrs. Louis Meitus and Mrs. Joseph Fenias, ways and means; Mrs. Camelia Baum, house committee; Mrs. David Phillips, hospitality; Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. education; Mrs. Joseph Arkin, flowers; Mrs. Irving Rothman, library; Mrs. Simon Wolff, sentinel; Mrs. Irving Becker, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Abraham Solosko, auditor. ^ijGUST BROS HYr r~ '3 the BEST' *GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5880 C p 7 i. W. 12th AV. MIAMJ-i L#7t 334St-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" OfFICJAllY HWST TM HAJOtfn Of NNTKM JEWBrl FOKBAL KMS hrsnaotan Glorify furwkW en fteaunf SUVINC MIAMI BEAM A UAH Exclusively Jewish 155^^28,14 JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director RABBI TO SPEAX Rabbi Colm"a7l Zvilin Temple sraolwillb ^1 r ^ the Miami Be* K U r^? 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)A Y, JUNE2|U946_ +Jentst)lkrldlln,r P AGE FIVE ve Summer Events to Feature /oice of Yout h/ Var ied Topics Francis P Locke, editor of the editorial page of the Miami ^ 11 n non "The Voice of Youth," a summer forum RDSENTHAL GETS POST AT GORCHOV TO DIRECT AD AGENCY AT BEACH News, will open P !Lr oroqrams for the young people of Greater W*£Z£ Evening, July 14, at the Miami Y. Thi Sunday evening, July Miami, 1 This series the |S p.rn. a d by members of youth groups in cooperation f ^"i Jewish organizations interested in youth activities. I 11 speak on "The Meaning of Independence Day— I Locke vi jir ^ p r0 g r am, which will commemorate Independn d Bastille Day. Two films, "Over the Rainbow ^ A "Linked in Freedom's Cause," will be shown. fc£S program or.Sunday !n July 21, "tthe Beach Y. ,"Sture a panel d'scuss.on PT hv Cooper. David Jacobs, Ke Schwartz, and Milton J^presentatives of youth H with Miss Malvina Weiss, ^principal of the Central _,h Ekmentary school, as modt r|0n hesubjtof"DernocOur Street and School. dine the discussion, two •Americans AH" and "The jld We Want to Live In," will | shown. ,_ commemoration of Tisha fv the program on Aug. 4 at Miami Y will feature a talk IRabbi Colman A. Zwitman of nple Israel. His subject will -Palestine Is A Reality." The will follow the showing of I films, "They Live Again" and itadruth—Builders of A Nahe international situation will [discussed at the meeting on 18 at the Beach Y when Flamingo Bar BELIEVE IT OR NOT 1614 Alton Road PREMIUM BEER BY THE CASE M.50 PLUS DEPOSIT 58-9319 Arthur Griffith of the editorial staff of the Miami Herald will discuss the question, "Will We Have to Fight Another War?" A recording of excerpts from speeches by the late President Roosevelt and the showing of the film "Peace Builders" will conclude the program. The series will bo brought to a close on Sept. 8 at the Miami Y in commemoration of Labor Day with Charles Smolikoff, Florida director of the Congress of Industrial Organizations, speaking on "Labor Looks to Youth" and the showing of a film dealing with the subject of labor. Dancing and refreshments will follow the formal programs with the exception of the evening devoted to Tisha B'Av. Each meeting will be presided over by a different representative of the youth groups and their members will act as ushers and hostesses. The organizations sponsoring this series are the Anti-Defamation league, the B'nai B*rith Youth organization, the Bureau of Jewish Education, the Miami and Beach Ys and the Zionist Youth commission. Admission will be free to adults as well as young people. Daniel D. Rosenthal of Cincinnati has been engaged as activities director of the Miami Y, George Chertkof, president, announced this work. A newly created position, the directorship was made posi ible through a special appropriation by the Gi at Miami Jewish Federatii n. A graduate ol the University of California at Los Angeles, Rosenthai majored in psycl il gy. Hi is also a graduate ol thi School for Jewish Social Work in New York and the New York School ol Social Work. He has completed two years of graduate study in case work and group work, with greater emphasis on group work. From 1037 to 1942. Rosenthal was activities director and assistant director at the Cincinnati Jewish Center. He was inducted in the Army in 1942 and received the rank of captain in November. During part of his training, he was stationed at Miami Beach. Rosenthal was selected by the Y's personnel committee after an interview with Win. D. Singer, the committee chairman, in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal will arrive in Miami next week. ALKA-SELTZER m0TBNS MYDAY Scheduled for formal opening July 1, the new Miami Beach office of the S.S. Cantor Advertising Agency, located at 600 Lincoln Rd. bldg.,is in charge of Sidney B. Gorchov, veteran advertising director, recently separated from the Army after five and a half years service. Gorchov, who has been engaged in advertising since 1934, is the author of a series of articles titled "Why Advertising?" published by the Philadelphia Suburban Newspapers, Inc., in 1939. The serins drew praise from Editor & Publisher, Advertising and Selling and other advertising journals. Over 60 Advertising accounts are handled by the Cantor Agency throughout the country. The Agency is recognized nationally by the American Newspaper Publishers Assoc, the Business Papers Assoc, and the Periodic Publishers Assoc. as a credited and qualified advertising firm. Gorchov resides at 2142 Coral Way with his wife and son. He is a journalism graduate of University of Alabama, class of 1933, and holds a reserve commission as a major, coast artillery corps. 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A student at Sheandoah Junior High school, Bobby is in the eighth grade. CHARLES LAWRENCE flittered Real Estate Broker WANTED LISTINGS Houses and Apartments 127 N.L 1st Ave. Ph. 9-2766 Beautiful Miami Medical Center %  MMM 1 ,or &f %  •'•"lenti of acute Eu.ri.il nd convalescent easee pJ-Voi,"V2 uipp,d 'or care ef R^L'S ment border., Ek.1.. a aicoho he hablta Pev. *&'li HydrotherVp'y 7nd Wifim ther,,py MM wl iffi "'"' Dlr "tor and Pre.ldent p 1oni 2.0243—9-1042 ITUA' 010 Members of %  "•* County Medical Awn. PAINTING AND DECORATING No Job Too Large or Too Small Licensed and Insured Work Guaranteed DAVE STONE, Ph. 5-2216 Life Insurance Eatatea Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Inc. Co. 907 Blacayna BICOPh. 9-1414 or 4-9981 KING'S • SHOE REPAIR • 1679 Alton Road. M. B. FINE SHOE REPAIR WHILE YOU WAIT O CCASIONALLY, I wake up in the morning with a Headache. 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tewiyyiliDiriidliiaun T^g^-THE JEWISH UNITY owcX, THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FWDftYTjUNE UST PRICE: TEN CENTS mists to Elect Congress Delegates)] Sunday Eligible fote Here another last minute jnent, election of delefthe World Jewish Conbe held Sunday in Miami, as throughout the fce country. Over 3,000 nists are eligible to go oils by virtue of their kip in Zionist organiza[purchase of a Shekel, |loth, acting chairman of lions, announced this lections were originally I for June 16. [will cast their ballots km till 9 P-m. at the | Miami Beach Ys, the tch Jewish Center, TemKholom. Beth Jacob and lid. r to qualify, voters must Shekels, Zionist votIcate. Members of Zionations who have not br have misplaced their pould bring their memi and proper identififcch will be recognized, Ites of delegates to the [which is to be held in Congress Ballot Lists Three Local Men Three residents of Miami Beach are listed as candidates in the election of World Jewish Congress delegates to be held Sunday. They are Abraham Goodman and Shepard Broad, candidates on the Zionist Organization of America ticket, and Rabbi Moses Mcscheloff, who is sponsored by the Religious-National bloc. Parties Bitter Before Voting Counter charges were being $18,410 Given For School Local pledges of $18,410 to the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical school drive were reported by Dr. Morris Goodman, chairman, this week on his return from a trip north. During his trip, Dr. Goodman conferred with Dr. Judah Magnus, president of the Hebrew university, who is in America to assist in the national $4,000,000 campaign for the medical school in Palestine. Dr. Magnus emphasized the interest shown in Palestine for the Dr. Golub to Make Study Of Local Health Needs f„„ A l UrV n y T f W £ ea h need3 Wil1 be made in ,he near WW rv IaC M l ^ bl ex ecu,ive director of the Hospital hurled by the major Zionist partoJrt £SS. N 7 Y ork ; a ,,hereqUeS, f,heGreaterMiami 1 ties this week concerning the Jewish Federation s hospital survey committee. „r Q „;„, Dr. Galub was invited to makefile study following the .or-1 ZTto the wT? K r ganizational meeting of the committee last Thursday night at I S l the W r d Jew sh Con which Leon Kaplan was elected permanent chairman. Oct 1 ST*. r !" r ? of ? !" dclavs 4 and is the date set for completion of the study. R^KfiSS that ap P rtlon Federation recently "allocated S4.500 £ the shady followtog P^aStffflTStt^ a reguest by trustees of the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital that | necessary, the survey be made. Special at|l December. ae lisle*college. There is an eager youth Hot. A sample of the the ballot is pictured Names are not shown btes must be cast by fo split voting is pos1 persons eligible to jhalf are expected to go i Sunday, Roth stated. purris, acting president Kh Zionist district, esti' about 2.000 of those %  Z0A members, suppet one. Poses Mescheloff reportTcal Mizrachi members, ort ticket three, have (Shekels, and S. Ashtteral director of the F^i Zionist ProgresI *hich supports ticket • said that 1,700 Shekn sold by his bloc. 1 Carp, Miami Hadasnt reported that her lld 150 Shekels. The jHSah did nut reveal |P r s time. Kf U K ves f the various stationed at the E J supervis e the PNUED seph Brenner is N PAGE ) and an eager faculty and only the physical means is lacking, he said. He pointed out the urgency for starting the college as quickly as possible because the average age of physicians in Palestine is so far advanced that it will not be long before health conditions will be endangered for lack of medical care. There is no hope, except the college, for replacing physicians who retire, because of age or illness or die. Dr. Magnus stated. Jewish youth anxious to study medicine will not return to continental Europe to study, he said, questioning the ability of European universities to resume classes. With less than $12,000 still to be pledged in the local campaign for $30,000, Dr. Goodman has called a meeting of the campaign sponsors for Tuesday. Breakfast Opens Sholem Drive tention will be given in the study to the creation of a Jewish hospital here. At the meeting last week, it was decided that the survey should be all inclusive to cover Miami and the Beach. Survey committee members are A. M. Bear, Harry Boyell, Mrs. The •'1,000 and a Home" mem Benjamin Bronston, David Brown, I bership drive of Sholem lodge, George Chertkof, Charles Cohen, B'nai B'rith, will be launched at Harold Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Max a breakfast meeting for campaign Dobrin, Arthur Friedman. ; workers at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at Joseph Gardner, Leon Kaplan, i Topp's restaurant, according to Dr. Erna Klass, M. J. KopeloT/m Heiman, chairman, who N OTIC E 1 Due to the July Fourth holiday. The Jewish Floridian will be closed on Thursday. All copy for the paper must be in by Tuesday evening. witz, Dr. Alexander Kushner, Sam Lachman, Isaac Levin, Mrs. Benjamin Levine. Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Paul Marks, Max Meisel, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Sam Prosterman, Max Orovitz, David Phillips, Leo Robinson, Norman Rossman, Ned Sail. Dr. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro, I. S. Shapoff, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, Wm. D. Singer, Judge Harold Spaet, Elry Stone, Gus Trau. Charles Tobin, Louis Touby, Harold Turk, Alex Van Straaten, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Isidor Weinstein. Sylvia Carothers of the Council of Social Agencies, and Carl Berg, director of the County Planning board, will be ex officio members of the committee. Another meeting of the committee will be held within the next three weeks when Dr. Golub arrives. Reports on the development of the movement to create a Jewish hospital here and the problems of health and welfare that the community faces were given at the meeting by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the hospital promises "lox and bagels" on the bill of fare. Officers of the Miami Beach lodge and their membership chairman. Jack Abbott, have been invited to join Sholem's 100 team captains and workers at the breakfast. Prospect cards and other drive paraphernalia will be The ZOA claims the Poale Zion have sought to arrange a deal whereby leaders of the respective Zionist groups in New York would decide an apportionment of the American delegation to the World Zionist Congress among the several parties, and thus make elections unnecessary. To this the ZOA contended with insistence that Shekel holders not be denied their democratic right to vote for the representatives of their choice, particularly inasmuch as there have been no Zionist Congress elections in this country for the past nine years. Prof. Hayim Fineman, chairman of the Labor Zionist and Progressive Bloc, in a telegram to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, ZOA president, urged a united slate as the best method of restoring harmony in the Zionist family. This met with a blunt refusal. The enroll 1,000 new members and secure a home for the Miami lodge. Three major affairs at which nationally known personalities will be present are being planned to attract new members. A substantial portion of each new member's fees will be devoted to a special trust fund for the purchase of a lot and construction of a building. The home will provide a permanent meeting auditorium for Sholem lodge, the women's group and B'nai B'rith youth organizations. Recreation rooms and a library for members will be included. The July 5 meeting of the lodge's luncheon club will be devoted to the drive, Burnett Roth, luncheon chairman, has announced. First report meeting will be held at the home of E. Albert Pallet, president, on July 8. The 20 team captains are E. trustees; Stanley C. Myers, a A i bert p a llot, William Pallot, trustee, and Morris Klass, executive director of the Federation. I (CONTINUED ON PAOE e> distributed. The breakfast will be the first [Labor Zionists are confident that event in the month-long drive to the labor and progressive elements will vote en masse for Ticket No. 2. the ticket which pledges support to the Halutz forces rebuilding and defending Eretz Israel, and the Histadrut in the struggle for a Jewish Commonwealth. The representatives of the Religious National Bloc on the Central Shekel board, aware of an internal situation, made the following suggestions: To postpone the elections to June 30, in order to allow additional time for necessary arrangements, which was finally agreed to. If the suggested date was unacceptable to the Zionist Organization of America and Hadassah because many of their members would be on vacation at that time, they suggested that the elections be postponed until the end of October, two months prior to the opening of the Congress. 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