The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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P^^-THE JEWISH U
eat Britain Seizes Palestine Jewish Agency
jr Ticket Leads In Local
ni$t Election, Voting Is Light
fonofdel.Kat'.- to the
j Zionist Congress took
Bjhaneously tl i ughout
rj. with voting Sunday
day.
Miami, as I many
communities leduled
[lion to bo con | eted in
n Sunday.
in this area were
[disappointed al tl e light
jittributed it to the large
fof residents thai are now
j in other parl of the
"This particular time
ar finds th. gn it ma-
f Jlsamians visil ng i Isc-
Mr. Harry Sinn nhoff,
chairman, said. "The
oent from the 16th to
I June can be Named
Land in additii n we had
with rainy wi ather
t the day."
dof 787 votes were- cast.
ling to the unofficial
i meeting was held in
toff's office Wcdnes-
on to canvass the
I certify the election
I headquarters.
! was the vote tallied
or Zionist and Pro-
iB'nai B'rith
[large Lodge
Beach lodge of
which was formed
U946, has launched
I new rncnibi i '.> in-
^ rolls from 500 to 1.000,
George J. B< rtman,
Jack Abbott, Miami
ley, has been named
drive chairman and
meeting of tn B'naJ
*rs and men bership
"members held tod al
.'hotel, Miai: | | ach,
""! his plans : ..he
I drive urging "every
Pledge a met ber."
IM the drive ivi I in.
"NUE0 ON PAGE 6,
grcssive block which totaled 297
votes for ticket No. 2. This ticket
includes the Jewish National
Workers alliance and the Pioneer
Women's organization among its
larger constituents. Other votes
showed ticket No. 1, ZOA, 246
votes; ticket No. 3, Mizrachi, 100;
ticket No. 4, Revisionist, 8; ticket
No. 5, Hadassah, 108.
As this count was given to The
Jewish Floridian there were a
number of additional ballots that
were to be certified which would
bring the total to 787.
n
Lfid OF Homeland Remains Tense;
rn Weizmann Threatens to Resign
pi JERUSALEM (JTA)-Tension in Palestine remained at fever
U U U I PJ,ch as what an official communique described as "the first
. phaL3 of operations to restore law and order in Palestine" neared
[*h milit.n, ',.? "^ BT Although all reports from raided settlements are not yet in,
,.,? WhWh tha\*nce the country's communications were disrupted by the mili-
week found 31 members of the tary authorities to facilitate their operations, the death toll at the
Irgun Zvai Leumi guilty of il-; moment is five Jews and one Briton, with about 2,000 Jews, in-
legal possession of arms, sentenc- eluding ranking members of the Jewish Agency executive under
ed 30 of them to 15 vears im-( arrest.
It was learned that Dr. Chaim Weizmann during discussions
vith High Commissioner Eir Alan*-
to 15 years lm
prisonment and one. Benjamin
Kaplan, 19, to life imprisonment.
The overall result of"the elec- 'Kaplan had been convicted of the 1}
tion is expected to be announced
sometime next week as voting
results will be received from all
over the country.
8 OUT OF 10 FAVOR
ADMITTING JEWS
NEW YORK (JTA)Nearly 8
out of 10 people in the United
States who have been following
the Palestine issue favor the ad-
mission of 100,000 Jews to Pales-
tine, according to a Gallup poll
made public this week.
About 74 per cent of the same
people oppose sending American
troops to Palestine and about 72
additional charge of firing
British troops.
The prisoners greeted the ver-
dict by rising and singing Hatik-
vah. As the three-man court
filed out of the chamber, the de-
fendants shouted: "Down with
England," and their friends and
relatives in the courtroom booed
'and shouted. Guards prevented
the prisoners from leaving the
dock to bid farewell to their
families.
Outside the courtroom, a large
crowd gathered to greet the sen-
tenced men and one woman.
Patrolling troops and
cars did not allow them to con-
Cunningham threatened to resign
if the arrested members of the
on'Jewish Agency are not released
immediately.
Cunningham is said to have re-
plied: "But you can choose other
colleagues and advisers, for in-
stance, Mayor Rokach." To this,
Weizmann retorted: "Then 1 must
decline any responsibility, be-
cause this suggestion only aggra-
vates the situation." Cunning-
ham then threatened to level Jew-
ish cities and settlements, if ne-
cessary, in order to crush terror-
ism.
(A dispatch received from a
problem over to the
tions.
United Na-
JTA correspondent in London
armored j quoted a well-informed Palestine
source as declaring that British
strategy in Palestine is aimed at
the Jewish Agency by
the road, from where they waved creating differences between the
goodbye to the prisoners. Jew- so-called left and right wing fac-
gregate in front of the courthouse
fZ Zif th TPt m k iand the>' ^thered on a hill across 'splitting
the survey think it would be a'
good idea to turn the Palestine
ish children shouted "Red Devils"
at the paratroopers in scarlet be-
rets who led the 31 to the trucks
which took them to prison.
U. S. PALESTINE
BRIGADE ADVOCATED
The formation of a Roosevelt
brigade for Palestine, composed
of volunteers from America to
fight for the cause of Zionism, is
being sponsored by the B'nai Zion,
a national fraternal Zionist or-
ganization of America.
This Roosevelt brigade will be
similar to the Lincoln brigade,
composed of Americans who went
to Spain to help the forces of
fascism in 1936.
U.S. Members
To Join Yishuv
Kies Inaugurate Voice of Youth
P July 14 with News Editor
k*. editor oi the
* Miami Daily
* on-The Mean-
jwence Day, Hi46"
> of the "Voice
opening Sunday
55,' Dm- at the
Youth <>' G
kid
*tvg;tto! Har-
\*t heK
Win,.
rw>ved the
, W Presented
jN^J*"0"'! Pro-
"asm
B:Tant co-chair-
' Round
Mia
"0v,
NEW YORK (JTA)The Amer-
ican members of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine have an-
nounced that they have decided
to proceed to Palestine.
In a statement issued here Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, Dr. Nahum Goldmann
and Louis Lipsky said:
"Convinced that the charges of
the Palestine government that
the executive of the Jewish
Agency for Palestine has been
involved in acts of violence are
false and without foundation, the
American members of the execu-
I tive declare equal responsibili-
ties and full solidarity with then-
colleagues in Palestine. Ameri-
can members of the executive
'have resolved to proceed to Pal-
estine and immediate action is
.being taken to obtain the neces-
sary facilities."
CUBA TO WAIVE
ENTRY RESTRICTIONS
HAVANA (JTA) Cuba will
waive its restrictions on the im-
migration of persons from former
enemy countries, it was reliably
reported here.
Official announcement of the
seiies are the Anti-Defama- | Cuban government's change of
Wit:
tet'l^ann'n1;| "on league, the B'nat B'rith
*M follow hi. *"utn organization, the Bureau
no adn.i m, n "f Jew'sb Education, the Y.M. St
*ekome Y.W.H.A.'s of Miami and Miami' pected to affect Jewish displaced
"ttnaatin.. Beach- Uid the Zionist Youth j persons asking to emigrate from
a,1ns of commission. Europe.
"we IS
policy is expected shortly with
the publication of the govern-
ment's official gazette, it Is ex-
tions. This source pointed out
that all of those arrested are
either laborites or pro-labor. He
cited Cunningham's suggestion to
Weizmann as an example of these
"futile" tactics.)
"Shadow Commands" Take Over
It was pointed out here that
the second, third and fourth
"shadow commands" of the Agen-
cy are already operating, so that
arrest of the Agency leaders will
not paralyze Jewish activities.
The stunned Jewish commu-
nity, which was taken by surprise
by the vastness of the week-end
operations, despite the fact that
they had been predicted almost
exactly in a broadcast over the
secret Haganah radio, "Voice of
Israel," on June 16 began to rally
its forces today.
The Haganah radio asked all
Jews to stand by for orders,
stating, "Britain has declared war
upon the Jewish community and
we will return it." An earlier
broadcast by the "Voice of Israel"
was unintelligible as a result of
jamming by government stations.
Troops and Jews Clash
In Haifa, whe re the curfew was
lifted early Sunday, it was reim-
posed after themsands of Jews
who thronged the Jewish quarter
of the city to protest the seizure
of the Jewish Agency headquar-
ters and the mass arrests clashed
with British troops who shot into
the crowd, wounding five, three
si riously, including one child.
Jewish shops throughout the city
were' closed and traffic was at a
virtual standstill.
Crack machinegun crews were
still deployed around the Agency
building in Jerusalem covering
every approach. Other troops
were stationed inside. Near the
building the authorities have set
up a command post which is di-
recting all operations in this city.
The Tel Aviv municipal council
met under the chairmanship of
Dr. Weizmann, with mayors of
other cities and heads of local
councils attending. They issued
a statement appealing to the Jew-
ish community to remain calm
and await instructions from Jew-
ish leaders and the Zionist move-
ment.
Censorship is Lifted
Censorship of outgoing cables
has ended, allowing the Jerusa-
lem JTA office- to file a story
which the censor killed reporting
that Rabbi Judah L. Fishman,
acting chairman of the Agency
executive, was beaten by soldi* rs
who came to arrest him, when
he protested against e ntering a
car on Saturday, lie was struck
in the head.
According to a report from Lat-
run, where Fishman and others
of the Agency heads are confined,
the 71-year-old rabbi has gone on
hunger strike to protest his ar-
WASHINGTON President
Truman expressed hope Tues-
day that the leaders of the Jew-
ish community in Palestine will
"soon be released" and that the
situation there "will soon re-
turn to normal."
The President also told a
Jewish delegation that the ar-
rest of alleged Jewish terrorists
would not affect his determina-
tion avoid delay "in pushing
forward with a policy of trans-
ferring 100.000 Jewish immi-
grants to Palestine with all dis-
patch."
rest and the violation of his re-
ligious tenets.
According to an official com-
munique the following are among
the prominent leaders of the com-
munity who are being hi lei: Rabbi
Fishman, Moshe Shertok, Dr.
Bernard Joseph, Itzhak Gruen-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Cities To Clear Position
On Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA)Jewish
community relations agencies will
henceforth take no public posi-
tions on legislative questions con-
cerning anti-Semitism and other
problems of Jewish interest be-
fore clearance with the National
Community Relations Advisory
council, it was announced here.
An agreement to this effect was
reached by the major Jewish civil
defense organizations which are
affiliated with the NCRAC, the
announcement said. It added
that the new officers of the
NCRAC, elected at its plenary
session this week are Henry Ep-
stein, chairman: Bernard P. Kop-
kind and Aaron Droock, vice-
chairmen; Bernard H. Trager,
secretary, and- D. Beryl Mani-
schewitz, treasurer.
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PAGE TWO
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Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro
and family are leaving next
week for New York. The rabbi
has been invited by the Jewish
National fund to tour South
America on a lecturing pro-
gram. His plans are as yet in-
definite .
Miss Ruth Brotman has re-
cently returned from Havana
and is motoring this week to
Detroit. Chicago and New York
Mrs. Ann Meyers Wein-
stein and son, Jerry, of Palm
Island, are now vacationing in
Los Angeles. Calif., for the sum-
mer. They will return in Sep-
tember .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moss and
Bertram are vacationing in
Cleveland. Ohio, and points
west Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Brown and Joel. 1235 West ave.,
are now visiting in New York,
Atlantic City and Hartford,
Conn. .
Miss Bernice Kostoff. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff.
is spending the summer in
Brooklyn, N. Y. .Guy Gold-
smith and William Liberofl left
this week on a three weeks
stay in Monticello, N. Y. |
Mrs. M. Ofsowitz and Sandy
are spending the summer in
Rochester, N. Y------
Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 1710
Lenox ave.. and Ernice. flew to
New Hampshire Friday where
Ernice will spend the summer
at camp. Mrs. Weinkle is ex-
pected to return to Miami this
weekend ... Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Kleber are vacationing in Ellen-
ville, N. Y. Miss Rita Futer-
fas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Sam Futerfas. 1303 S. W. 16th
st., left this week to spend a
month in New York. Her sister.
Elene. also left for Alpine Lodge
camp in Mentone, Ala. Bill
Baros, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James William Baros, 2037 S.
W. 13th St., is home from Geor-
gia Tech for a three weeks' va-'
cation .
Mr and Mrs. Sam Jacobson,
oi Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived this
week to attend the Bris of their
grandson, Allyn Howard, which
was held Wednesday at Jack-
son Memorial hospital with
Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ing First Lt. Stanley Kolber.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kol-
ber, 1244 Pennsylvania ave., is
home on terminal leave. He
recently returned from Seuol,
Korea, and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami before enter-
ing the service Bob Traurig,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Trau-
rig, 2131 S. W. 15th st.. has re-
cently been discharged from
the Navy where he served with
the Chinese underground .
Miss Alyce Weiss, 1355 S. W.
19th st., is back in Miami after
spending her vacation with
friends in Baltimore, Md
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ballenoff.
3199 S W. 26th st., entertained
at their home last week m
honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kom
oroff. who were leaving for the
North. Mr. and Mrs. Ballenoff
left for New York this week .
Mr and Mrs. Bernie Norman
and sons. Steven and Law-
rence, are now living at U*>
S W. 19th ter. ... Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Resnick are spending
the summer at their summer
home in Asheville, N. C.
Mrs. Henry Weiner, wife oi Lt.
Commander Henry Weiner, has
returned to Hartford, Conn
after spending the winter with
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner.
3020 S. W. Fourth ave. Mrs.
Ruth Quartin and daughter.
Janet, 1690 S. W. 17th ter., left
this week for New York city
Mr. H. Grossman, 1136 S. W.
Filth St., left today for New York
to attend the wedding of his
grand-daughter, which will be
held Sunday. He will remain
there for two months ... Mr.
and Mrs. Beinie Gerinqer and
baby son have returned to Mi-
ami horn Nashville, Tenn., to
malfle their home liere. Mr.
Geringer lived in Miami be-
fore he entered the service -
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Apfel-
baum and Walter are now re-
siding in their new home at
1411 S. W. 16th ter. Mrs.
William D. Singer and daugh-
ters, Marlene and Dorothy,
have left Miami to vacation in
New Hampshire and Cleveland
I. Rita Grossman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross-
Miss Shirley Richter
Announces Betrothal
The engagement of Miss SWr
ESS M^S
,,l Miami Beach.
The bride-to-be, a native Ml-
;,';,, is a graduate of Miami
Beach High school and recentlj
i_n_nj"i.fM*n' ****
3nli| Papadt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Allyn Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Merle Jacobson, 2134 S.
W. Coral Way, was born June
26 in Jackson Memorial hos-
pital. He is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sidle. 1226
S. W. 18th st. Jay Leeds,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H.
Goldman. 4622 N. Bay rd., was
born June 7 ... A baby girl was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Baumwald. 1604 Drexel ave..
May 6 Kathy Lee was born
to Mr and Mrs. Bernard Julius
Mopsik. 2190 N. W. Fifth ave.,
on June 24 ... A baby boy
was born to the Abraham Gal-
buts on June 27 at,St. Francis
hospital. The bris, officiated by
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, was held
ruil
FRIDAY,
Kronishes Anr,
:: i,: and Mrs
announce the birth
ondson. Ronald, on J.
Pital, New York. 1,
BethSholomM?
Ing in New YorkWa
yesterday .
born to Mr. and",
Adler, 2385 S. W
June 21 jejjJ.
jMr. and Mrs. Ma,
jGreenblatt, 624 Coll
June 19.
Bea'itiful Estate,
Income. Large,
tile baths, porches,
ing Bay. Concrete*
age apt. Large con.
See today. 5991 H.
Biscayne at 60th. '
>vv>^w
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^^^^^^y
attended Ohio State university,
win re she was a member ol Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Br< nner, son of Mrs. Mar-
vin Bronner, 2661 Collins ave. is
a graduate'of St. Patrick's Hum
school and attended the Univers-
ity of Florida where he was a
member of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity. He served in the U. S.
Army air force! and was (Mailed
overseas for two and one-half
\< ars.
No date has been set, but Mr.
and Mrs. Richter art planning a
man is vacationing in New formal wedding and dmner fo
?S with her s,ste, Noorjl gj-JPfc*ich w***-**
Miss Grossman is news editor > ^ m ^ ^
of The Jewish Flondian .
Shiela Suberman, daughter of----------------------------
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Suberman
514 S. W. 26th rd., is vacation- LhWlb-ls..ftra./*w
ing in Gainesville, Fla. and
New York .
Rabbi and Mrs. Murray
Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Lewis, 1034
Jefferson ave., announce the en-
York Monday where ? he will ..^ .. ..^ ;! SQn ,. M,. a
continue studying for nis rn.u.jMrs M,,ms Kaplan, 2218 Alton
at Columbia university. Iney; rd N definite date has been
will be away six weeks set ,.,. ,., wedding, but it will
Mrs. Jennie G. Blanck, 1120 be an event of the early fall.
S. W. 19th ave., is vacationing
in Hendersonville, N. C.....
Mrs. Myron Miller, 7300 Park
View Island, celebrated her
birthday on July 2nd Miss
Sharon Kline, daughter of Mr.
|and Mrs. Joe Kline, 1675 N. W.
i 16th st., will celebrate her first
.birthday today with a family
party at her home .
| Mrs. Hadassah Rattner, 644
i Lenox ave., is leaving this
week for Virginia, New York
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
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5, 1946
^Jenistifkridfiarj
jfy Raiting,
.flew to New York
Ja Springs th.s
Sill be away for
'! Mr. and Mrs.
ago-"
-m "Rothlein. Taft
Rebraung the com-
mol her family for
-in 45 months. Her
Malvin S., who
"Honolulu with the
,, r meteorologist
IC area, and Harold
jwith the Ordnance
I, of the Army in Eu-
|BOw have discharqes.
other relatives
Thand for the party.
I v&k
aourFatin, 78-12 Ab-
' Miami Beach; her
Lena Smith, and
Efeis, Mary Ellen and
de leaving today tor
[city where they will
fatin. The Fatins will
|tj the Catskill moun-
. l Smith plans to join
iFL Wayne, Ind. .
iSilverman, 1323 S.
H left this week for
Ala., where ohe
i for two weeks .
lies Cohen left this
Union Pier, Mich.,
| will join Mrs. Cohen
liter, Toby Miss
old and her sister,
(leaving todav for
,Pa.. Motoring
I week are Mr. and
fcrice Geisermai: and
JBoslyn; Mr. and Mrs.
erman and son,
i Mr. and Mrs. David
Mr. George Diamond has en-
tered Johns Hopkins hospital in
Baltimore, Md., for a general
check-up Morris Bain is re-
covering from a major opera-
tion at Mayo Brothers clinic in
Rochester, Minn. Mark Max
is confined to his home, Gran-
ada apts. and hotel. He may
have visitors aftejr 3:30 p.m.
and evenings .
Sidney Adler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Adler, Norman-
dy hotel, was discharged this
week after serving for two and
one-half years at the naval
hospital in Philadelphia .
Mrs. Ina R. Berow, 245 Jeffer-
son ave., left for New York and
Chicago this week .
Miss Jean Bromberg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Bromberg, 2350 S. W. 17th ter.,
is now appearing at the Crystal
room of the Poinciana hotel as
a result of her winning first
place in a singing contest at
the hotel last week. She is a
student of Sid Franklin Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Neuwirth have
moved into their new home at
3420 Sheridan ave. .
Mr. Herman Enson, of New
York, is visiting with Rabbi and
Mrs. S. M. Machtei, 1450 S. W.
17th ter. ... Mr. Nathan Tish-
man, of Queens Village, L. I.,
has arrived to supervise the fur-
nishing of his new home at 55
S. W. 23rd- rd. Mrs. Tishman |
will join him in a few weeks |
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leschel, 281 i
S. W. 28th rd., are celebrating
the return, of their son, Herschel,
PAGE THREE
CARYL ROSE TO
WED IN AUGUST
from the Navy. He has recent-
sons. Sheldon and ly served in the Mediterranean
344 N. E. 26th st.
York as their desti-
area.
; will stop at Day-
iS'. Augustine, Jack-
Ifclania, Washington
elphia .
illon Friedman, v. ho
ping in Columb.a. S.
V two children, is
k Miami today to at-
| iister-in-iaw's wed-
I return to S. C.
tog
Ifo. Stanley Seqal,
(opened Lakeside Inn
"sctola. N. C., are
h* summer there.
) ft the inn are Mr.
Harry Blumin and
I Howard and Stew-
|M:. and Mrs. Irvin
Iter sons, Howard
Esbins Return Home
T1 ement oi Miss Caryl
R e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
h M. Rose, MOO Lenox ave.,
to Harold M. linger, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Jonat .1. Unger, ol Ni w
city, was anno im d at ;i
n hist week. Guesl
honor was the groom-elect's
mother, Mrs. J. J. Unger. August
IK has been set for tl e w< dding,
which will be held in Ni u '.
city.
Miss Rosi : a gn luate of Mi-
ami Beach High school and is now
maj iring in institutional home
economics at Syracuse univi
She is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority. Mr. Unger gradu-
ated from Barnard School for
Boys and then attended Columbia
rsity, from which he re-
i d his bachelor of arts ,!
gree. While at Columbia hi
a mi mber of Zeta Beta Tau fra-
1*1 ity. He is now in his junior
year at Columbia university's
College of Physicians and Surg-
eons.
Friedman Reception
Follows Ceremony
Mr-and Mrs. William Friedman
Will hold a reception at their
home, 1037 S. W. 20th ave.. Sun-
day afternoon from 4 to 6 follow-
ing the wedding of their daugh-
' r, Rosalind, to Perry Botwinick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bot-
k, of Bayonne, N. j.
The ceremony, which will be
mi the family, will be read by
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Milton
Iman, the bride's sister-in-
law, will attend her, and Joe
Botwinick, the groom's brother,
will serve as best man.
The couple will first go to New
York and from there will fly to
Bi rmuda for three weeks. They
plan to return to Miami early in
t to make their home here.
Miss Friedman was graduated
from Miami Senior High school
and attended the University of
Alabama where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta, scho-
lastic honorary sorority. Mr.
Botwinick was recently dis-
ed from the Marine corps
and was stationed for two
in the Pacific. He attended
tl i Savage School for Physical
Education, Rutgers university,
and was graduated from New
York university.
EDITOR VISITS HERE
Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, of
New York, editor of the Scripta
Matimatica and head of the math-
ematics department at the Yesh-
iva university, is vacationing at
Miami Beach with his brother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D.
I iman. 1030 Washington ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour C. Esbin
are making their home on Miami
Beach after returning from their
wedding trip recently. The bride
is the former Miss Roslyn Mey-
ers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Miyers, 1575 Dre.xel ave.,
formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, and '
Mr. Esbin i6 the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Joseph Esbin. They
were married on June 16 with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiat-
ing.
Mrs. Esbin was attended by
Mrs. Joseph Hoodin. Miss Joyci
Meyers and Miss Kuth Sherman.
Martin Esbin served as his bro-
ther's best man and ushers were
Stanley Nudk r. Jack Shapiro and
Nat Slipman.
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so that they loo can
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readers of this publication to try
our "Tuna-Mato-meicher for a
Sunday night supper, when you'd
like to make a big impression.
Tuna-Mato Sandwich Loaf
Remove cruttt from
1 medium-sized loaf bread.
Cut 1 slice lengthwise about 4-
inch thick. Hollow out center of
loaf, leaving the side walls and
bottom about Vi-inch thick. Cut
cubes of bread out of center part.
Toast.
Combint witk
1 6-oi. can tuna fish or salmon,
drained and flaked
3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped
tt teaspoon celery salt
1 teaspoon grated onion
'* teaspoon pepper.
Moisten urith
V cup 'condensed cream of to-
mato soup, undiluted.
Mix well. Fill center of loaf with
mixture. Top loaf with lengthwise
lice. Brush top and sides with
melted butter. Bake in a moder-
ately hot oven (376* F.) for 20
minutes or until lightly browned.
Serve sauce (recipe below) over
the baked sandwich loaf. Serves 6.
Sauce
Melt in saucepan
2 tablespoons butter ,
Remove from heat. J
Add, then blend
2 tablespoons flour. *
Add
1 cup milk
% up 'condensed cream of to
mato soup, undiluted. i
Gradually bring to a boil, stirring
constantly. Serve hot over baked
sandwich loaf.
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FRIDAY
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--THE NEWS IN VIEWS-
SCENES AT THE INAUGURATION OfMTESHIVAE ^IVERSITY
THE FIRST JEWISH UNIVERSITY IN AMERICA
MILESTONE IN HISTORY OF AMERICAN JEWRY
SIX YEAR-OLD GIVES SAVINGS TO SAVE CHILD J
UPPER LEFT! 1.000 persons including distinguished Mllfions, communaland educational leaden wenipnaaM
t II... $1.000.n00 dinner lo inaugurate YeU.lv. University. Shown are leading public figure! and ''""<"'";
ca.or, among then, the presidents of New York colleges and un,ver>.l..-s.Dr. Harry C'*%**$"&
University! lr. George Shu.ter of Hunter College; Dr. Harry Ur.ght of City College, II 1 ER RIGHT: M
York City Comptroller Lazarus Joseph, chairman, Committee of Sponsor of the Metropolitan area of the dr.xe
10 raise 15,000,000. CENTER LEFT: Former Cov. Herbert H. Lehman railing upon American Jews to support
riSSnS Yed.lv. University's expansion program. CENTER HICHTj &md Levy, chairman, Roard
of Directors. Yeshiva University; Dr. Bclkin; Dr. Ceorge D. Stoddard, New York -State CommissionerOl
Education; Rabbi Menachcm Kaaher, eminent Biblical scholar and Or. Mordecai IWock former Chief Rtbbi
and Senator of Latvia. Drs. Sloddard, Kasher. and Nurock received honorary degrees at the annual commence,
in.nt. LO*tR RIGHT: The Doctor of Hebrew Literature degree awarded to graduates YesMva Orailuate
School was conferred upon Rabbi Akiba Predmesky, and Rabbi Moshe K, p. nr LOW hi LtKT: A group of the
52 Jewish chaplains, graduates of Yeshiva, who received at the dinner "scrolls of honor for service lo humanity.
Six-year-old Stevic Veisatnan set an inspirinr example far at
Fla.. campaign on behalf of V>e tl00.000.000 United Jei.h Apt
Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine when be iirit>uled hi- lolilj
__{58.92to the local drive for the relief, rehabilitation and rr-nlJ
Europe's 1,400,000 destitute Jewish survivors. Stevit hid Urn ml
weekly allowance for a bicycle but was so aroused l>\ repartl ol thJ
of the 150,000 Jewish child survivors that he broke open liir piggy-bar
donated all of his savings to the Tampa drive whirl, has already im
than 1117,000 against a goal of 1100.000. The $100,000,000 I'.J V .
life-saving programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, iht Inild
tine Appeal and the National Refugee Service.
Paulette Goddard has been as- murdci
<1.'Doited to sla
signed to co-star with Gary Coo- America. The film is
per in "Unconquered," Para- with romantic and adve
mount's Cecil B. DeMille epic episodes in the stirring
Technicolor production. Says era of 1763 Hit new film 1
she's going to play a fiery English is smashing box-office
lass, Abby Hale, convicted of everywhere.
MEMO TO MR. BEVIN:

HERBERT H. LEHMAN
Former Governor of New York
and Director General of
UNRRA. has rejoined the Joint
Distribution Committee as vice
chairman and member of its
executive committee.
DR. SIMON GREENBERG
Newly appointed Provost of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America.
These, Mr. Bevin, are relatives and friends waiting on the pier to welcome
survivors of Naxi persecution, immigrating, to U.S.A. under the Truman di-
rective. It looks as if quite a few Americans want them here.
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TREASURY DEPARTMENT HONORS MONSKY and BISGYER
WASHINGTON. D. CHenry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith,
and Maurice Biagyer, national secretary of the order, were pre-
sented with silver medals by the U. S. Treasury department for
their "magnificent leadership" in the B'nai B'jjtb war bond effort
which resulted in the sale of $711,456,000 worth Cat bonds during
the war by B'nai B'rith groupg througaVoajj the country.
?2r^iirc&3sj& rr- operrd by N"ion"1 R kind of heln ihev n,JI NR *.<"*. *h newcomers apply for every
s .f & tettSSH ScntMftr*eommun'
rlcon*'
h.neee.l.v.'K^;|iltdJ
eon for whom he*
for seven yes" ,oc
doeatA w.n? ^r...r""LlB'v,n '" that U. S. A.
ewiab Appeal
for 1944. Scenes above were takej ^ M
mercy ahip from GatW-wy. corpor'^ ,
before this, when agency ga|/ j ilh M
basis for vi... for most flMJ |.,sl,
Agency's program, with e~Prr.t |
ties throughout country, will e
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ZJStlslJhrMtor,
_ Goldstein, daugh-
Vs** hM.s Joseph Oold-
pMSkVi, became the
wofN,. ni-iskv son of Mr.
fiMTtOLaskvNV,00 S. W^
I Mrs a formal ceremony
IVriilSunday. They are
N 7nn their honeymoon,
Tfhich they will return to
jj Betty Lasky and Mr. and
%VVi1"-s,sters antd
;,m-law of th groom, at-
*fj v^dinr f...m Miami,
fjjjy was jraduated from
'Jfuniversity. bom wbWJ he
l. ed a bachelor of business
BfunSyoM
"fie was a student at Wi -
^Mary college in Wil-
nsburg. Va-______
bermans WED
L toneymooning in New
4 city, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ikerman', who were married in
tark, N. J., Sunday, will re-
Cir. Miami. Th. ouple is ex-
fed back July 15.
In. Ueberman, the former
_j. Ida Arnold, wa I a member
the faculty of the Chancellor
awe school in Newark. Mr.
berman has b< n active in
A circles foi ny years and
Lioc:atcd with the Ackerman
\irance agency.
lebbs Chapter Elects
lernice Badanes was recently
ted to head the DKBBS chap-
[olB'nai B'rith Young Women
[thecoming year Other new
peers are Dolly r hbein, vice-
adent: Joy Alpert, treasurer;
riey Gilbert, red rding secre-
j;May Dolsky, corresponding
Man'; Beverly Koch, public-
jchairman; bene Jacobs, serg-
pt of arms, and Anita Powers,
liter.
!wry month the DEBBS act as
tesses at the Pratt General
i\ at bingo parties spon-
by the Won en's Service
lie.
hians Hold Card Party
Beach Ten pie No. 43,
I Sisters, will I old a bingo
Icard party Wedm sday, July
[8:30 p.m. at 533 West ave.
tthments will be served.
is no admission charge.
lainment is tx ing planned
|Hrs. Ruby K, mpl ir.
Radio Program
Honors Brandies
The new radio series "Lest We
ForgetThese Great Americans"
will dramatize the lives of Justice
Louis D. Brandeis and Justice
Oliver Wendell Holmes in the
fourth of a series to be heard
Sunday morning over radio sta-
tion WIOD at 8:30 a.m.
Sponsored by the Institute for
Democratic Education, this radio
program, which is broadcast
SAM JAFFE
weekly over WIOD, descriDes the
contributions of the great men
and women who left an indelible
impression upon the world.
The broadcast will point out the
significance of the great Supreme
Court opinions handed down by
these justices.
Sam Jaffe, well-known Broad-
way actor, plays the role of Jus-
tice Brandeis.
Featured with Mr. Jaffe are
Robert Gordon and Santos Ar-
tega.
SWIM-DANCE PLANNED
The Franklin Delano Roosevelt
club of Greater Miami will spon-
sor its weekly swim-dance at the
Blackstone hotel tomorrow eve-
ning. The pool will be open
from 8 to 10:30 p.m. and dancing
will continue from 9 to midnight.
Refreshments and entertainment
are also included.
UJA NEARS GOAL
More than $70,000,000 has been
raised so far in the national
$100,000,000 United Jewish Ap-
peal campaign, Edmund I. Kauf-
man, national chairman for initial
gifts, announced at a dinner in
honor of his 60th birthday June
13th in New York.
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Face Facts
A new nation was born 170
y*rs ago. This week wc com
'""""ate the historical evSt
thiough a celebration of the
Fourth of July.
The manner of celebration will
vary according to the laws and
.stoms of th- various secUon! of
our?1"110'- ,r,,m, states there
will be mammoth displays of fire-
works not pcrmittul during the
war time, while in other states
the commemoration will take less
hazardous shape.
No matter what form the actual
memorializing may take, the sig-
nificance of the patriotic day will
remain the same. It wil com-
memorate the issuance of a maic
document known as the Declara-
tion of Independence which freed
our forefathers of tyranny and
oppression.
In our neighboring State of
Georgia a most significant Fourth
of July fete will take place on
renown Stone mountain. It will
be recalled that the lofty granite
of famous Stone mountain was
recently desecrated by a hooded
order of misguided zealots who
chose its site to fan the sparks
of hate and venom. This Fourth
of July, the American Legion
posts of Atlanta and environs
have selected Stone mountain as
the locale for its patriotic observ-
ance of the day when the U. S.
of America became "a free and
independent nation."
Race-color-creed prejudices will
be officially banm d from the'
picture by the American Legion,
much to the chagrin of the Klan
leaders. Participating in the out-
standing program, which will fea-
ture a mammoth parade, presen-
tation of awards to war heroes of
all creeds and color and a flag
raising rally on the peak on Stone
mountain, will be spiritual lead-
ers of all religions, including a
Negro minister. The important
significance of Negro participa-
tion in the ceremony cannot be
overestimated. The bed-sheet
crackpots must be gnashing their
teeth.
The American Legion, one of
the bulwarks of our democracy,
is to be commended for sponsor-
ing this 1946 Independence Day
celebration in an atmosphere of
interfaith and interracial under-
standing.
United Synagogue Women 9s League
Ships Textbooks Overseas Via J.D.C.
At llie Joint Distribution Committee warehouse in New York, Dr.
Ilcrnliard k.ilni. Honorary Chairman of the J.D.C. European Executive
Cornell, accept! the ftnl of 6,000 Hebrew and Yiddish textbooks con-
Iribuled by the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of
America for shipment oversea! by the J.D.C to the displaced persons
ramps in Europe, to Italy, Shanghai and other areas. I.eft to right. Dr.
Kalin, Mrs. Samuel Spiegel, Chairman of Overseas Project! for the
League, and Mrs. It.ii cii E. Kopelman, President of the League. The
texts, which are now ready for shipment, will be used in J.D.C.-supported
educational training add retraining centers. They are fur use by children
through the eighth grade.
Successful State Bar
Candidates Announced
George J. Talianoff, Florida
regional director of the Anti-
Defamation league, was among
those that successfully passed the
bar examination, it was an-
nounced this week.
Other applicants from this area
that passed included Sidney J.
Berger, Monroe Gelb. Michael M.
Isenberg, Samuel Miller, Joel P.
Newman, Mortimer L. Podell,
Samuel J. Powers, Morton Roth-
enberg, Robert D. Ross, Milton
Schrier and Edward Walterman.
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RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor__________
VOLUME 19 NUMBER U7
Miami 18, Florida, Friday, July 5, 1946
TAMMUZ 6. 570G
JULY FOURTH
Celebrating the Fourth of July this year, American Jews will
be especially mindful of the situation of the Jews of Palestine.
The men of the American Revolution proclaimed the doctrine
"that resistance to tyranny is obedience to doctrine.' This
same doctrine is being expounded by the Jews of Palestine, who
are resisting a tyranny which is not only heartless to the con-
dition of the suffering Jews of the displaced persons camps, but
a tyranny which has exposed itself to the world as one whose
word and solemn promise cannot be trusted from clay to day.
It is a strange thing. Today, the Jews of Palestine can find
inspiration for their struggle in the story of the founding of
America and of the fight which was necessary to attain its
liberty. Yet the founding fathers of America found inspiration
in the Bible story of the Jews of Palestine.
The struggle in Palestine has assumed a new pattern. It
now obviously cannot rely on moral suasions. Mr. Bevin and
Mr. Attlee plainly do not understand this language. It was Mr
Bevin who proposed the creating of the Anglo-American Pales-
tine Inguiry Committee and it is this same Mr. Bevin who now
repudiates his proposals, and it is probably this same Mr. Bevin
who is responsible for the return of the Mufti to the Near East
Such a man as this does not understand any appeals to
humanity. He can be taught only by forms of pressure. In
Palestine, the Hagana is bringing this piessure In America,
we shall have to mobilize the full t'orco of our pressure on the
political organizations. The world never gives you anything
for the asking. You have to force it. In Palestine, the Jews
are showing that they are willing to give unstinted of "their
lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor" as our own Declar-
ation of Independence puts it.
WE FACE A TEST
The lifting of OPA and its many restrictions creates as much,
if not more, of a problem than heretofore. We were faced with
the task of educating our fellowman, landlord and merchant
with the need for conforming to regulations during its life.
Once again the struggle to instill conimonsense and under-
standing among the people must begin. During this period of
comparable chaos where future government action is indefi-
nite, there remains to be retained those intangible assets so
necessary to our people.
Running wild without fear or favor at this time will with
certainty boomerang. It will bounce back at us as individuals
and as a people. We face a test of loyalty to country, people
and ourselves. Let us meet it-
+JeMfbfMtoL
JEWISH
QUIZ
BOX
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright, 1946, J. T. A.)
DISAPPOINTING
The Zionist election held here last week was most disap-
pointing. After all the ballyhoo and effort expended, the total
vote showed a sad turnout.
The knowledge that the local Zionist groups have from time
to time demonstrated real accomplishments and on this impor-
tant occasion fallen down, is most disheartening. The number
of shekolim sold and the potential number of eligible votes bears
this out. To put the linger on the cause or place the blame on
any of the reasons either announced or undisclosed, would at
this time accomplish little.
This instance should serve as an exomple that better co-
ordination and cohesiveness of all Zionists is needed to accom-
plish our objective.
THE FIRST LESSON
QUESTION: Why is the
Mezuzah placed upon lhe door-
step in a slanting position?
ANSWER: In the Talmudic
ii.Kti.te ol "Mcnachoth," there
seems to be a difference of opin-
ion between the commentaries
, and R. Tam) as to whether
the Mezuzah should be placed in
,i vertical or horizontal position.
It was, therefore, decreed later
on by the authorities that the
Mezuzah be placid in a slanting
ition, since this would be a
compromise between the two
opinions.
QUESTION: Why is lhe
name of God (Shadai) inscribed
on lhe outer surface of lhe
Mezuzah?
ANSWER: The "Zohar" re-
quires tin- name of God to be
written exactly opposite the word
"Vthaya" which is the first word
of the second paragraph con-
tained in the writings of the
Ah zuzah. Il SO happens that
"Mezuzah" is equal (in alphabetic
letters) to "Adonoy" which is
God's name. The letters of the
word "Vehaya" are the same as
those of on< of God's names. The
three Hebrew letters of God*s
name are said to be the abbrcvia-
: the phrase "shomer Dalsos
Y. ro< i" which means "the watch-
er (or he watches) the doors of
Israel." The Mezuzah being, in a
sense, a symbol of the omnipres-
>i God and his protective
sanctity, is duly labeled by the
word "Shadai" which is both one
i God's names as well as the ab-
breviation of the fact that he
guards the doors oi Israel, and
efore befittingly adorns the
object that is placed upon the
doors. Then is a prevalent opin-
ii n among writers that this cus-
tom of inscribing the name of
God in such a fashion was done
to counteract an t ally pagan cus-
tom of placing some idol near the
door to represent a God who
watches the door, as well as the
abode, from all vil. It is said,
thus, that the Jews invented this
symbolism of their own to show
that there is no one but the one
and the true God, who guides the
destiny of man. and watches over
his subjects.
QUESTION: Why is it cus-
tomary upon leaving the house
or passing by a Mezuzah to pul
one's hand upon it and to kiss
it?
ANSWER: From Talmudic
sources (Abodah Zarah, 11) it
thi i it was done even then.
When Onkeles, the proselyte was
asked why he did so, he answered
that it was to show that our God
watchi the entrances and exits
>f his people particularly unlike
human rulers who sit in their
'bodes and have their servants
watch over them. Kissing the
hand after touching the Mezuzah
pr< bably would h, a token of
love and appreciation towards the
Almighty for his protection. (Tal-
mud Yi rushalmi, Berochos).
civic groukTask
EFFECTIVE F. E. P. C.
NEW YORK (JTAl-A propos-
al that civil liberties organiza-
tions be permitted to file com-
plaints against discriminatory
employment practices was made
here by Will Maslow, director of
the American Jewish Congress'
commission on law and social
justice, at a public hearing of
the New York State Commission
Against Discrimination on pro-
posed new rules governing its
procedure. At present only ,-
_. dividuals may file requests for
=sVS, investigation and action
FRIDAY, July S,
Reform Rabbis Picket British
Consulate Protesting Mass Arrests
(By Special Correspondent)
CHICAGO, July 1.Marching
on the British consulate, 50 Re-
form rabbis staged an unprece-
dented demonstration here to
protest against mass arrests of
Jews in Palestine and "other acts
of violence and terror by the Brit-
ish tantamount to war."
The rabbis, including many
leading figures in the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
and several former chaplains, at-
tracted a large crowd as they
picketed tle consul offices on
Michigan avenue about midnight
Saturday. They had just left the
closing session of the annual con-
vention of the conference which
had condemned the "unconscion-
able arrest" of the Jewish Agency
officers and thousands of other
Jews.
Placards carried by the rabbis
read: "Jewish Chaplains Pro-
test," "Friends of Democracy
Jailed by Gestapo TacticsRe-
lease Them." "Hitler Comes to
Palestine," and "Imperialistic
Brutality Must End." It was said
to be the first time members of
the Central Conference (Reform)
had picketed or demonstrated in
such fashion as a group.
The temper of the rabbis, arous-
ed by British operations in Pal-
estine over the weekend, was in-
dicated in the final session of the
conference. Rabbi David Philip-
son of Cincinnati, 84-year-old
clean of the American Reform
rabbinate and in the past a con-
sistent anti-Zionist, received an
ovation when he associated him-
DIRECTOR RE-NAMED
TO HEAD JSSB
Charles Cohen, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Ser-
vice bureau, was re-elected to
direct the bureau's activities. The
action took place at a meeting of
the directors held last Monday.
Cohen has served the organiza-
tion for the past year, coming to
Miami from Atlanta.
A suggested plan to divorce the
Baron de Hirsch Loan fund from
the bureau was discussed. Albert
Quadow, secretary of the Loan
fund, presented the committee's
report, which advocated the es-
tablishment of a separate free
loan organization to secure broad
community support with the pos-
sibility of a paid membership and
Federation affiliation.
TO REPORT ON DRIVE
Louis Heiman, chairman of
the 1.000 and a Home member-
ship drive of Sholem lodge
B'nai B'rith, announced thai
reports of the 20 team captains
will be made at the regular
luncheon meeting at the Down-
town club today.
B'NAI B'RITH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
dude a membership rally and
social at one of the Beach cabana
clubs, as well as individual solici-
tation of a list of prospects by
membership committee members.
Serving with Abbott on the
drive are: Isadore Aronovitz,
Bamett Beckerman, Walter Ber-
man, George M. Cohen, Jerry
Harry Day, Irving Firtel, Jacob
Fishman, Seymour Frishman, Ar-
thur D. Frishman, Joseph H.
Gardner, S. A. Goodman, Edward
Hen, Sam Lachman, Martin Lip-
man, Isaac Mannheimer, Abe H.
Mazor, Al Osheroff, A. L. Perper,
Mortimer Raskin, Morris Raub-
fogel, Max Singer, N. James
Siegendorf. Sam Wiesen, Jack
August, Sol Goldstrom, Leo Chai-
kin, Dr. Alexander Libow, Alfred
Oboler, Isadore Tannen, Siegfried
Geismar, Leo F.isenstein, Emanuel
Goldstneh, George J. Talianoff
and Montague Rosenberg.
self with the resolution tenBi
the latest British action as?
S? to th" -;
In a moving speed,, rJ
PhiUpaon suggested that the ,J\
lution be presented to President
Truman by a delegation and of
fered to serve on the delegatuJ
Dr Julian Mnrgenstern,' S
fij of Hbr Union 5
had seconded the resolwfi
which was passed unanimous?
A spokesman of the protean,,
rabbis declared that "the S'
have thrown a boomerang C,
cause tragedy always unites rl
pie. The spirit 0f resentment and
resistance shown by these Re
form rabbis reflects the reacuJ
of the Jewish people throughout
the world to what the British
have done."
BRITAIN SIEZES
JEWISH AGENCY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
baum and David Remez, It was l
reported that Rabbi Meir Berlin,
world president of the Mizrachi j
organization, had also been seiz-
ed, but he was not mentioned in [
the communique.
The communique praised the I
great "restraint" shown by Brit-
ish soldiers and said in only a I
few cases had it been necessary
to use firearms It said that three
Jews were killed and 13 hospital-
ized, although according to Jew-
ish sources five were killed, and |
scores wounded.
Among those arrested during I
the raids on numerous colonies
was a former U. S. Army air force
flyer, Henry Z. Stein, who flew
26 missions over Berlin. Stein,
who is a student at the Haifa
Institute of Technology, was vis-
iting his sister at the colony of
Shaar Haamakim. near Haifa,
when the troops arrived. He was
invited to act as an interpreter,
but when the raid was over be |
was also arrested.
Another victim was MeirYaarU
the leader of the Hashomer Haz-
air, and one of the firmest op-
ponents of terrorism and violence.
He was seized in Tel Aviv and is
now in the Latrun prison.
The Arab reaction to the raids]
varied. Gen> rally the Arabs re-
mained quiet, neither indicating!
approval nor disapproval, bull
their leaders' attitude might bej
summed up as follows: the raids
were fine, but they did not go|
far enough.
CAN YOU HELP?
An urgent appeal is being
made by lhe Children's Sernct
bureau to find foster homesjM
needy Jewish children in order
that they may live in homes
their own faith. These chil-
dren are not for adoption, but
need a home until their pew
can care for them again.
A baby girl, three month
old; a five-year-old boy.
brother and sister. 14 and
need immediate plen,r"|
bureau is a Community CM.
agency and will pay bord *
S children. It will of J
ery possible assistance to '
fo.t.r parents in an effort
make the placement a MPW
^h. bureau is tejjj *
people- who love chudien g
problem*. All o the ft*,
the children will be discus
with the foster jOTjW
The Greater Miami Rs
cal association urges'*
Jewish families of Mum
he*, to this desperate pW^
Those interested jJJ5
ed to call MUs Ruth.**
the Children Sernce "
2-3166.


1946
^kwlstrhrldfon
j^B Directors Resigns USO Post
Leon
Schulman, who has served
i"*" rfirci'tor for the USO
^thearnCf the National Jewish
divfn rd f(,r the past year,
WelfarenouBced his resignat.on.
has annouecu Ju]y
eiitTZ being stationed in the
I Be0F3narea.Mr.Schul-
^u,he^suva director of the
^^StcrSer Miami
AEp^ram for the armed
* m at Its peak and worked
ff^Siousorantotto of
*'^.or M ami for the benefit of
K*2. The Snack Bar
?*Xr Miami Army-Navy
rtiSTand other committee
C"l wee under his direction.
kfliJuidation of the Miami
jS Servicemen's Hous.ng cor-
.inn is now being arranged
?S resigning director. After
Sr business in New York.
nere still remains a regular
CSOposttobe lulled and a suc-
cessor to Mr. Schulman will be
assigned by the National Jewish
Welfare board.
PAGE SEVEN
Miss Natalie Frankel
Announces Engagement
Mr. end Mrs. M. H. Frankel,
1808 James ave., announce the
engagement of their daui I
Natalie, to Martin Genet, son of
Mr and M,s. Harry Genet, 1036
Michigan ave., this week. No
date has been set for the wed-
ding.
Miss Frankel is past president
Of Junior Hadassah with Mr.
Genet a vice president of Bi th
Jacob Congregation. Both, are
affiliated with numerous organi-
zations.
Both Miss Frankel and Mr.
Genet are graduates of the Uni-
versity of Miami Law school.
Miss Frankel's father is well
known in this area for his com-
munal activities. He was one of
the founders and served as presi-
dent of the Miami Beach .1
Center as well as the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
SIEGAL-ARONOVITZ
HADASSAH PLANS
TWO EVENTS
Ifbi Malvina Weiss, assistant
0-inc:pal of the Miami Beach Ele-
mentary school, will be the guest
.peaker at a regular meeting of
the Business and Professional
Women's division of Hadassah to
be held Monday evening at 8:30
at the Beach Y, 1 Lincoln rd.
Final plans for the Showboat
moonlight sail to be held July 17
will be discussed at the meeting.
Special guests of the chapter on
the boatride will be convalescing
veterans of the Pratt General hos-
pital. A rhumba contest, enter-
tainment, and dancing have been
arranged for the affair. Reser-
vations may be made by calling
Edyth Fleischer at 5-4459 in the
earlv evening.
B.B. TO HONOR
PAST PRESIDENT
A diamond past president's pin
will be presented to William
"Bill" Pallot, past president of
the Broward County Lodge B'nai
B'rith, at a regular meeting of
the Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith to
be held Tuesday evening at the
Elks club.
Mr. Pallot is one of the lodge's
membership drive team captains
and has pledged that his team
will secure 75 new members. En-
tertainment and pep talks center-
ed around the 1,000 and a home
membership drive will be pre-
sented.
Reports of the membership
drive by the team captains will
be featured at the weekly B'nai
B'rith luncheon at the Downtown
club today.
Rabbi Addresses Zionists
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of
Temple Beth Jacob was the guest
speaker at a regular luncheon
meeting of the Miami Beach
Zionist District luncheon club
Wednesday at the National hotel.
Rabbi Mescheloff is one of the
leaders of the Zionist movement
in this area and spoke on "Unrest
In Palestine."
Twin City Council Elects
The AZA-BBG Twin City coun-
cil elected Walter Traurig presi-
dent at a meeting recently. Other
officers are Jai k Platt, vice-presi-
dent: Donna Feldman, secretary,
>nd Sidney Grossberg, treasurer.
The council, under supervision of
Hiss Gerti jd( Carnovsky, is
Planning the Voice of Youth"
sries of pi.
NURSES RECRUITED
FOR RED CROSS
Nobel Prize Winner Assisted by National Council
of Jewish Women to Become American Citizen
The ( ngagement of Miss Dor-
othy Siegal, of Far Rock
L. I.. N. Y., to Mr. Abi Arom vitz,
of this city, was announced this
week. Miss Siegal formerly served
as secretary for Miami l< dge of
B'nai B'rith. Details of the wiel-
ding will bo forthcoming.
PALMER INJURED
Sidney H. Palmer, owner of the
Palmer Funeral home and the
Miami Monument company, suf-
fered a mishap Monday which Las
confined him to the Jackson
Memorial hospital.
While at the monument plant
he was injured by a falling monu-
ment.
Dr. Olio Loevrl, renowned Austrian Irientist, winner of the Nobel Prize
for medicine and physiology in 1936, i< shown being congratulated upon re-
teiving hia \merican citizenship by Mr-. Irving M. EngM of the National
Council of Jewish Women, 1 k 1 Broadway, New York City. As research
Professor of Pharmacology, Dr. Loewi expect* to continue his research on
the physjolog) ..f the heart al the New York University College of Medirine,
where he recent I j received an honorary degree in crience. The seventy-three
year old doctor m .c to ihi- country in IV10 after being taken into "protec-
tive custody in Vu-lria, ami after teaching in F.imlanil anil Relgium. Mrs.
Esther It. Kaunitz, director of Council's Service to Foreign Horn department,
which has aided countless refugeei to obtain their citizenship, looks on.
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i Gables Group Meets Sunday
George Talianoff, regional di-
rector of the' Anti-Defamation
league, will be the guest speaker
at a regular meeting of the Coral
Gables Jewish center Sunday at
!1 p.m. at the University Hillel
house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd.
Thi re will be entertainment after
the meeting and everyone is wel-
come to attend.
In an effort to recruit at least
40 student nurses to begin train-
ing at Jackson Memorial hospital
Sept. 11, members of the nurse
recruitment committee of the
American Red Cross this week
began to contact recent high
school graduates in a house-to-
house canvas.
A critical shortage of nurses
still exists even though the war
is over, according to Miss Isabelle
Mustard, superintendent of nurses
at the hospital. Educational as
well as recreational facilities are
offered to students. Further in-
formation can be obtained either
at American Red Cross headquar-
ters or at Jackson Memorial hos-
pital.
A plea for old clothes is being
made by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Consumptive Relief society.
The group is planning a rummage
sale for Sept. 11, 12 and 13 in an
effort to raise money to help the
needy tubercular patients.
The clothes may be delivered
to 1520 S. W. 11th tcr., or will be
picked up by calling 78-2098 or
4-0353. ,
AZA Names Sweethearts
Sweetheart. ,f AZA chapters
"2 and 519 of the Junior B'nai
Bnth win be named at the an-
nual sWectht,,.. formal to be held
the Policemen's Benevolent as-
jwation Sunday evening. Walter
"aurig is dance committee chair-
>n- Harold Weinberg, Sidney
wwherg and Eugene Heiman
w also on the committee.
Owning day audiences at Sam
^Idwyn's "Kid From Brooklyn"
* Publicity men a jolt when
"response to questioning, 40 per
"i of the pi-ture-goers Said it
col VT:sini; that brought them
gated to 25 per ceBnt who
* publicity. But 60 per cent
Wfctedthat they were Danny
ins : "
ykow
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l
aying in.
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B'NAI B'RITH
HEARS REVIEW
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. lecturer
and book reviewer, reviewed The
Great Conspiracy by Michae 1 Sev-
ers and Albert Kahn at a joint
met ting of the Miami Beach
men's lodge and women's chapter
of B'nai B'rith Tuesday evening
in the National hotel auditorium.
Mrs. Weinstein is affiliated with
the Greater Miami Speakers' bu-
reau. Walter Kovner. prograi>
chairman, handled the meeting
arrangements.
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Mr. Jom-bIi I*. Welt (*cond from
right), of Detroit. President of the
National Council of Jewish Women,
and Mrs. Irving M. Engel (at right),
. of New York, Chairman of Counril s
National Committeo on Service to
5 Foreign Born, were at Pier 95, Hud-
soniRiver, New York, when the "S. S.
Marine Flasher" docked, to greet the
third contingent of immigrants to ar-
'rive in America under President
Truman's immigration directive. They
are shown above discussing the place
of the displaced person in America
with Chaplain (Capl.l Isaiah Rackov-
sky (at left), U. S. Army, who trav-
eled on the- hoat as a representative
of the Joint Distribution Committee;
and Bernard Dubin. Administrative
Assistant of .the National Kefng.e
Service. Council, which has been en-
gaged in Service to Foreign Born for
13 years, is merging its national pro-
gram Iwith the'National Refugee Nrv-
ire Program into a new major natfon-
al welfare agency.
New Book Shop Opens
Store In Coral Gables
Opening of The Bookworm,
owned and operated by Stanley
BromberR and Bernard C Gross,
was announced this week. U>
cated at 214 Valencia aye., m
Coral Gables, the store will carry
etchings, prints, water colors and
greeting cards in addition to a
complete line of books.
A large stock of books of par-
ticular interest to Miami's Jewish
population will be carried at all
times, and orders will be taken
for any titles not in stock. Tele-
phone and mail orders will be
filled the same day they are re-
ceived, and will be delivered by
car or mail.
There will be a reception on
opening day, Saturday, July 6,
and refreshments will be served.
The public is invited. '
Zuckermandel Unveiling
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Selma
Zuckermandel will take place
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Mur-
ray Grauer of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox congregation will of-
ficiate.
Friends and relatives are asked
to attend. The late Mrs. Zucker-
mandel was the sister of Mrs.
Max Halperin of Miami.
Arrangements are in charge of.
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer of the Mi-
ami Monument company.
MODELING SCHOOL TO
OPEN ON BEACH
More than $00,000 was spent by
20th Century-Fox on tests for
"Forever Amber," says Producer
William Perlberg. Bill says tests
| were made from top principles
(VVfli: 1I1WUL a. *.<#. ~i- t----------a--
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private instruction. player, and included several hun-
Along with the training. Mrs. dred persons. The high expendi-
Modeling. demonstrations, he- Rubin will feature fashion shows ture was made on the theory that
. ,. ., ,. '., ... |bv absolute proper casting there
lures, individual grooming studies | throughout the winter. The I;^ bf> ^ ,.|M;lkes of scenes
and ballet are being featured by \school will specialize in training mfj ,)u, director could shoot
the new Doranne School of CharmIchildren for mode'ing, and will (faster. Bill claims that already
at 1034 Fifth st.. bung opened i offer music lessons for anyone I benefits are accruing to this great
... < ...____. .1 .^r^.Yx-rH ir.fir,r dYncnQp Kv less
this week by Mrs. Ann Rubin and
her daughter, Doris, who is a
professional model.
In an effort to help girls attain
re self-confidence and poise
: with lessons in grooming.
hair styling and cosmetics, the
school is offering a special six
interested. I pro-prod.'."tion expense, by less
Additional" information can be,time having to be spent on re-
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5, 1946
BNAI B'RITH NOTES
S^5^c0BSQN
.. B"uUIrfieon of June
* Frlda>B STaddresa by Dr.
5*?%i county health
L^tr proved to be one
l**10 Runett Roth's best
^"^S Brother Roth
"?/n1 E Albert Pallet
T S p f ,co'
* # B'nai B'rith Sholem
KbfS'and hia depart
jta gemming the disease,
T.'n-wlnl precautionary
"" ep^rtmen.. We think
. wired a real scoop in se-
;,he busy Dr. Cato as our
irTcongratulations!) waa
, Kornberg. WCOUntant.
And A Home! With
ining Slogan, Sholem lodge
uheir huge July member.
.drive at their "Lox and
tr Sunday breakfast. The
Li and teams cheered loud
[to when Drive Chairman
I Heiman assured the cnthusi-
' brothers that our goal of
(new members and a home
B'nai B'rith would be achiev-
ed of the month. He
i 100 members for his
. All captains posed proudly
oera bulbs popped. Nice to
eorge Bcrtman at the break-
"d luck on your drive,
Re! Sam B. Miller affirms
iut to cop first prize for
_t number of new members.
4have to prove it to: Al Pal-
IMilt Friedman. Alex Cohen,
L Silver, Burnie Roth, Marx
[berg. Bill Pallot, Elry Stone,
TiKronenMd. Max Silver, the
aiders, Sam and Nathan, and
ien other captains. The ex-
citement is really highevery
Bin B'rith can envision the plot
of ground, the foundation of The
Home, and finally a community
dream come truethe Home it-
self! It is a significant moment
in the history of Sholem lodge.
Our July 9 meeting at the Elks
lodge hall will feature 99 per cent
fun and "pure" entertainment
(allow 1 per cent for bad gags by
Marx Feinberg!). Members, wives
and guests are invited. Jerome
Weinkle, chairman of entertain-
ment, promises a delightful eve-
ning with several surprises put
in for laughs. Don't miss the
July 9 (Tuesday, 8 p.m.) meeting.
Congratulations to Brother Abe
Aronovitz on his engagement to
Miss Dorothy Segal. Good luck!
Our appreciation to the Mau-
rice Cromers for their splendid
hospitality to Sholcm's member-
ship crews last week.
Veterans interested in commu-
nity problems such as housing,
food prices, rentals, etc., and who
want to do something about it:
get into our Veterans' and Ameri-
canism committee; Dan Satin,
chairman and Elry Stone, co-
chairman. Call these men .
TODAY!
Sick list: David Stuzin. Come,
come, lad!) We missed Dr. S.
Beer at the Friday luncheon.
There's a regular!
Let's all pledge not to touch
anything on the black market
with a 10-foot pole.
All Ben B'riths who play golf
good or badcan participate in
the fall golf tournament spon-
sored by Sholem lodge. Marx
Feinberg is signing up players
now. Call him at 2-0193, and
submit your most recent score for
pairings. F-O-R-E-!
.amtflfliM
Miami Market Receives Vaad Su
PAGE NINE
pervision
an tSS8 Pi ,d erS.v,StrTC,ly Ksher SuP*r Mark* t"od
balKpn a t6 ,6Wish PPulation < this community"
direcS? o??hi r ,hVs,week by Ra*>bi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
supvision thl GreaJe,r M,arni Vaad Ka^shru8. under whose
supervision the market is operated.
thedWof^100! SkW- 2?,h QVe- ,he market is first shop in
Miami^nrt 1 6UPerViSed by ,he Vaad which has th*ee
Miami Beach markets under its aegis.
mp"J ST6?'; Raubbi Rackvsky describes recent develop-
ments in the local kashrus scene:
"A number of years have pass- +
ed since this community has
striven to elevate the standard of
kashruth here through placing it
under a truly united democratic
community control," he states.
"There were always obstacles
which obstructed the attainment
of this great and important ob-
jective.
"The outcry of those who really
want kashruth and pay for it too
was so unmistakably clear and
striking that the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation appointed a
special committee to investigate
the conditions and needs of a
Vaad Hakashruth," he declares.
After investigation by the com-
mittee, Federation recognized the
Greater Miami Vaad as "the or-
ganization representative of the
population of Greater Miami and
. genuinely unbiased in its ef-
fort to promote and enforce kash-
ruth in this area," the rabbi says.
"The difficulties in the field of
kashruth, however, did not end
with that, and although we were
successful in obtaining three mar-
kets on the Beach which were
and are willing to abide by the
rules and regulations of the
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth
which are merely the Laws of
the Shulchan Oruchwe could
not find one in the city of Miami,
willing to fulfill his obligations to
the Jewish Law and Jewish com-
munity," Rabbi Rackovsky con-
tinues. "And, thus, hundreds of
Miami residents were compelled
to go to Miami Beach for their
meet or poultry. The Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth remain-
ed in name only a Greater Miami
vaad Hakashruth since there was
no supervision even at one of the
Miami city butchers.
"But, now, with the opening of
Adlers Kosher Market, the first
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
link in the chain of supervision
of kashruth over Greater Miami
was forged. This is the first super
market in Miami to be closed on
Saturday and Jewish holidays.
We are confident that the Jewish
population will show its appreci-
ation and patronize the Adler's
Market. It is also our ardent
hope that the other markets will
follow suit and join the Greater
Miami Vaad Hakashruth and we
will thus have a kashruth system
which will bring honor and dig-
nity to our community," he con-
cludes.
Adler's Market opened to the
public several weeks ago under
the direction of Mr. Benjamin
Adler, formerly of Red Bank,
N. J. Mr. Adler is assisted by
his wife and sons. The grocery
department is under the direction
of Morris Margulies and the vege-
table department is supervised by
Rubie Goldsmith.
TO SWIM
rtruction in swimming will
at the Homestead pool
ining July 8 at lu a.m.. it
[announced by the chairman
Red Cross water safety
Bittee, Jack A. Erneman. Mr.
Mrs. Arthur McKee and Miss
nine Suber will be the in-
rs, and any boys and girls
stedare to contact Mr. Mc-
the Red Cross office.
Council Action January
NEW YORK (JTA)The new
International Refugee organiza-
tion established this week by the
Economic and Social Council of
the United Nations is expected to
begin functioning about Jan. 1, it
is learned here.
At a session last Friday lasting
until midnight, the council adopt-
ed the basic outlines of the new
agency. Additional details will
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of the council in August. The en-
tire project will then be placed
before the U. N. general assem-
bly, which will open here on
Sept. 3.
The most important features of
the IRO contained in the draft
approved on Friday are:
The members of the organiza-
tion will be all the member states
of the United Nations. The two
directing bodies will be a gen-
eral council composed of all the
members and an executive com-
mittee of nine members elected
for two-year terms.
The chief executive officer will
be the director-general, who will
be responsible to the general
council through the executive
committee.
A finance committee was estab-
lished in order to prepare pro-
visional administrative and oper-
ational budgets for the IRO's first
year of operations.
In view of the urgent necessity
of making adequate preparations
for the advent of the new organi-
zation, the Economic and Social
council recommended that U.N.
Secretary General Trygvc Lie
take such steps as may be ap-
propriate to plan, in consultation
with UNRRA and the Intergov-
ernmental Refugee committee, the
initiation of work by the IRO.
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The people of Dade county in-
vested $1,844,612 in U. S. Savings
bonds during the month of May,
according to an announcement by
the U. S. Savings bond division
of the Treasury department.
Florida sales of savings bonds for
May totalled $8,266,872, bringing
the statewide monthly average
for the first past of 1946 to more
than eight million dollars.
Joel Kupperman, the ABC
"Quiz Kid," is gradually losing
his lisp and the director of the
Speech and Hearing Clinic at
Northwestern university predicts
that it will be entirely gone by
fall. Reason for it: his brain
works faster than his tongue .
but his tongue is finally catching
up. It isn't a lisp at all!
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*Jewlst>fk>rl Your Personal Problems
---------------------- Bt W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D. ----------------'
"YOUR PERSONAL ADVERTISING"
A friend's son, with ability and experience, was unable to make
the final argument in getting a job. He wasn't asking for more
than he eould do. He applied in a number of shops but somehow
he failed to make the grade. To say the least, he was getting dis-
couraged. Perhaps the only answer was for the father to put him
on his personal payroll. Fortunately, he was to have another inter-
view the next afternoon. Since I nad guessed part of the answe
to his difficulty when he came in with his father. I suggested he
come in the next morning. I wanted to make striking demonstra-
tion to him of elementary facts. .
The boy was punctual for the appointment. We shook lands.
His hands were wet and his grip flabby. He was asked to fill out
a "personal grooming chart," checking various items in his personal
appearance: clothes, shoes, nair, general cleanliness.
We ran through his "speech," the one he intended to give to
the employer. He was uncertain about what he wanted toW-M
looked at the ceiling. He deprecated his own worth and ability.
He didn't know how much he would work for or what the prevai-
ing pay rate was. His story was neither clear, concise nor confi-
dently told. ._
I had heard, from other sources, that he was steady and able.
But he had an unconfident manner, a dejected look, a sloppy appeal-
ance. The first impression he made was unfavorable to his best
interests and capabilities. ______ ______
Laying Out a Campaign
I made these outward tests and
suggestions because every im-
pression he gave would mark
him down, to a prospective em-
ployer. We went out for a hair-
cut and shave and shoe shine, got
his suit pressed, invested in a
comb and brush and nail file. He
bought sober-colored socks and
a pair of garters as well as a
smart looking tie. A clean white
handkerchief was in his lapel.
The change in appearance was
striking. We spent the rest of
the time on his talk and manner.
He practiced shaking hands, firm-
ly and with intent. He wrote
down a brief statement of his ex-
perience. His manner was mod-
est. We discussed going wage
rates, coming to a conclusion as
to a reasonable amount he could
expect. His talk emphasized
learning on the job and advance-
ment. All the time he looked me
in the eye.
With a ten-minute break to
walk around the block, he return-
ed and again we went over his
speech. He was modest, positive
and had something to offer .
He got the job.
The moral of this case is: an
important objective requires ex-
penditures. The objective may-
be a job, making friends, finding
a husband or wife. The expendi-
ture included time and money in
presenting, among other items, a
proper personal impression, nei-
the shabby nor flashy. Clothes
are important. Good, well-tailor-
ed suits are as important as keep-
ing them well-pressed. A good
suit gives more wear than two
cheap ones and when old still
looks better. The expenditures
include time in personal groom-
ing. Anyone can make a habit
of shining shoes the night before
as a regular chore. A successful
attorney in whose home I visited
showed me how he did the job
and got his children to do the
same.
Signs of Personal Disorganization
Too often shabby appearance
reflects an emotional let-down.
In such a person's mind, the cycle
is about as follows: "Why dress
up? Who will look at me? I am
a failure. I don't have to di < SS
to make an impression on others
because no one cares about me."
At one time my own office was
next door to a professional mod-
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0 the models wandered mto my
Office. Their striking persona
appearance gave me a UK. *
would unconsciously look _in the
mirror to see if my har^ was
brushed, my tie straight. It added
a pleasant zest to daily living.
Associations are important in
personal appearance. If y"
friends are careful about then
clothes, you will take more than
a casual look at your own. U
parents hang their clothes up at
night, children will generally fall
into the same habit. Dress, ap-
pearance, clothes, manners are
basically imitated. The social
pressures, of the group around
you. help fix the standards.
S<> we say: Lay out a campaign
When tackling something impor-
tant. Check very carefully on
the first impression you make on
people. Or have someone else do
a. someone who will give you
honest answers. The first im-
pression is the only way strangers
lave Of evaluating you. Don't
[put unnecessary handicaps in
your path, through careless lack
of thought. If you can get away
with it. some small item will help,
such as a watch chain with an
>dd pendant, an odd dress pin.
But don't be ridiculously differ-
ent. Know your limitations and
[stay withiti those boundaries.
As you walk down the street,
whom do you notice? Which
strangers attract your eye? The
person whose- face has a smile,
whose clothes are well sot off,
who have chosen their clothes and
C( lor combinations well. You
also notice and inwardly laugh at
tlie freaks: the 50-year-old wom-
en who try to appear 20 by wear-
ing skirts above their fat bow
legs.
So give yourself a "break" in
personal appearance. It takes
time and ever so little money.
Mostly it takes thought and ef-
fort.
REFUGEES LAND
NEW YORK (JTA)The Ma-
rine Flasher, first vessel to bring
immigrants from Germany and
Austria to the United States since
the war broke out, "docked here
this week with its second trans-
port of refugees. The 573 pas-
sengers were the third group to
enh i the country under Presi-
dent Truman's directive facilitat-
ing immigration to the United
States.
Harpo Marx was driving Lou
Holtz down to Palm Springs the
other day and toward the end of
e journey he said, "We're lost."
iked Lou, "How do you know?"
iecausc it's snowing!" exclaim-
Harpo. And sure enough it
was. They were only about 50
miles off and about 5,000 feet up
from where they belonged!
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CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
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Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Conservative
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Fried-
man will officiate.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chaie Are. at 4lit St., Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Liberal
Friday evening services, 5:30
p.m. High Holy days, Sept. 26,
1946.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Rabbi Moset Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Orthodox
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate
services, 9 a.m. Junior congre-
gation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m.,
followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi
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"Portion of the Week." Religious
school sessions Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. till noon.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
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590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
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:15 p.m. Talmud Torah daily
from 9 a.m. till noon.
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iRptween You and Me
W By BORIS SMOLAR
ght 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
-ICAL PRELUDES:
.Jewish Agency is begm-
^ Utilize forces for the
L General Assembly of
uted Nations
It is in
BSN a political
K will be charged with
m0vcs and gauging
r ..4* of the members
fed Nations with re-
1 LP stine when the As-
open* in New York in
lS. One member or
|Lf will deal with Latin
K delegates, another will
contacts with the diplo-
Uf small European nations.
third will deal w.th the
toots" such as the United
I Britain, France, and, as
L possible, w.th Russia...
Lation, as visual.zed by
ican Zionist leaders, is not
encouraging ... It
, out"that the Cabinet corn-
appointed by President
, to implement the recom-
lions of the Anglo-Amen-
nuiry committee on Pales-
kas a staff which has little
(tejge of the Palestine issue
He members of the staff are
eking information on Pal-
Uhich has been repeatedly
by all parties involved to
j committees The lack
I experts on the Palestine
lathe technical staff of the
tcommittee gives the Brit-
reign Office the upper hand
: committee And this
|tie Zionist leaders a cause
The optimists
J the Zionists are the labor-
|..Some of them definitely
t that the present fight for
will yield positive re-
|ud that there has been a
of heart among many
lof the British cabinet.

I NOTES:
J season of annual conven-
|ol Jewish organizations is
lover. The only group
that is yet to hold its convention
is the Zionist Organization of
America And even this con-
vention, like all the others this
summer, will not attract any par-
ticular interest Strange as it
sounds, there are no stimulating
issues before American Jewry
this year, except the burning is-
sue of the immediate admission
of 100,000 Jews to Palestine .
And the resolutions that the vari-
ous conventions are adopting with
regard to this issue are pretty
much the same ... At the annual
convention of the Reform rabbis
in Chicago last week, Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver tried to bring in
local American color by raising
the issue of whether American
Jewry is drifting away from
Judaism But it seems that
Jews in the United States are
not very much interested in
evaluating American Jewish life
. They seem to be satisfied
with the situation as it stands
today, namely with "dollar Juda-
ism" ... As long as one contrib-
utes to his local Jewish Welfare
fund and to Jewish needs abroad,
he considers himself a Jew .
The wider aspects of Judaism are
too deep and complicated for him
because of the failure of Jewish
education in America Little
has been done by rabbis and edu-
cators in this country to bring the
average American Jew to an un-
derstanding that philanthropy
alone does not make up Judaism
. No wonder that the recent
convention of Jewish social work-
ers discussed the problem of how
to adopt Jewish philantropic ac-
tivities to the situation that will
develop when the government, by
constantly expanding its social
services, may take over a lot of
responsibilities from the Jewish
community Without his phil-
anthropic interest in Jewish com-
munity life, the American Jew
would feel even less Jewish than
he does today .
PAGE ELEVEN
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Julius Streicher ia on trial for his
*?*** nda hia former estate,
which ia now being operated by
lh Joint Distribution Committee
aa a hachsharah (training; farm)
for 100 Jewish youths preparing
for farm life ia Palestine. Above,
a survivor of Buchenwald con-
centration camp waters one of
Streicher's price bulls. Above
right, Helen WItkin, J.D.C rep-
resentative at the farm, holds a
lamb. Right, this Jewish lad, a
lave laborer during the war, tends
a bullock on the Streicher estate.
with funds contributed in the U.S.
to the $100,000,000 campaign of
.the United Jewish Appeal, the
'J.D.C provides the young train-
'" in this and other hachsharoth
| throughout Europe with basic
'(oat, clothing and medical rare
while they await passage to Pairs-
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United States is revealed by Leo
J. Margolin, a member of the
Psychological Warfare branch of
the Allied Forces headquarters
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"Paper Bullets," just published
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the Germane, the author empha-
sizes that anti-Semitic agitation
played an extremely important
role in the Nazi activities in this
country ... As early as 1935,
orders were- issued to Nazi agents
in the United States to concen-
trate on fomenting antagonism
against President Roosevelt .
The slogan to be spread was that
"the government of the United
States has fallen into the hands
of Jews and Communists" .
And plenty of Nazi-American
stooges were busy promoting this
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their Berlin bosses The mark
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PAGE TWELVE
BJE TO SUPERVISE
HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
A central Hebrew high school
for Miami is being contemplated
for this fall under the direction
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.
Although plans are still being
worked out, it is estimated that
approximately 15 students
graduates of the Hebrew schools
of Beth David and the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation-
will be enrolled.
RE-OPENS OFFICE
Major Samuel B. Kleinman. g< n
of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Klcm
man, has resumed the practice oi
internal medicine at 311 Lincoln
rd. after serving as station card-
ologist at Alexandria. La. Major
and Mrs. Kleinman and their two
children, Sara and Joel, are now
living at 2102 Alton id.
LEGAL NOTICES
SOTH'E IS HERKHY cil\ l-.N '
tl- undersigned, 1' '" '
under th. >>
KH'A STATK .'I NT'tAtlO
i,l |105 MM Street, M ill Hem h. I
Intend t" reg pnme *,""
< l.i k the Clrcull
ol
its.
: I '.
Hi'
le
r0Un,J- ffiflWV S.I.VKRMAN
SIDNKV Wi:iNSI'l.lN
7 5-12-19-86 B -
NOTICE is HEREBY IJIVKN thai
the nntlei-slBii. I, '
v: ; .-
... .. H .V I'"".
,.. ,| Was intend
. | I.,,i,. int ,"'''
. ;;. STRIMWATER
KIDNEY ULICK
II UtOl.l) sll Vl'IRO
\ .. y for Applli
-
I'.ii ineis
NOTICE IS HEREBY ajVES^ttot
1-21-28 7/5
NAT MANN.

cHARL.es r.ri-.iN
IU.ASCHE Kl WIN
v. v ''' Mi |RR',w
A'- Appl
,.-:' 12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY lil\ l.N that

KV1CE,
A-.-. Ml
.
t the I
M'.K AIIA.M RAHlNOVi 1 1 '
IRVINti RAUISOW1TZ
MYERS HEIMAN .\ K M'l.AN
... ante
. _. ; 1-12-19-26
GIVES RECITAL
The Miami Conservatory of
Music presented Stephen UJJ
ner, 15 year-old son of Mi. and
Mrs. Edward Le.tner. 665 S.W.
lflth st in a piano recital last
Fndav night at "the Miami VVom-
^ member of the Miami Bead,
High school band, Steven will en
r 11 a! the University of Chicago
in September. He Will be one of
the 250 students throughout tne
country to combine their high
school work with coUege studies
at th< university.
1,500 VISAS^GRANTED
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The
Palestine government has alto-
cated the new immigration quota
of 1.500 certificates for the month
of June 15-July 14, but the Jew-
ish Agency will not get any this
month. .
Of the 1,158 certificates which
are m minally assigned to the
Jewish Agency, 335 will be de-
mand for the visaless immi-
grants who arrived on the motor-
ship Max Nordau and 323 for
those who landed from the inter-
cepted schooner, Haviva Reik.
G irgie Jesse] has signed with
ARA pop plattery to record an
eight-sided album of songs hi
used to have in his two-a-day
u perti ire. Discings, which will
be done in a few weeks, are the
first the now-producer at 20th
Century-Fox has done in 15 years.
Album will be titled -George
Jessel Torch Songs."
LEGAL NOTICES
BETWEEN YOU AND ME
(C0NTINUED FROM PAGE It)
front" organization* in dissemi-
nating Hitler's propaganda is also
described by the author He
singles out the "American Cru-
gader8( the "American Silver
Shirts," the "Christian Front,
the Protestant War Veterans of
America," and Rev. Charles E.
Coughlin's "Social Justice"
H, relates how it was discovered
that an article in "Social Justice-
published under Coughlin's name
was word for word, comma for
comma, period for period, a
speech made by Goebbels over
the German domestic radio .
Coughlin called it "a coincidence
The author also tells how
the U. S. Post Office, unwittingly,
and in good faith, distributed the
Nazi anti-Semitic material free
within the United States, and
how the Nazis concocted a plan
to use the Congressional Record,
official organ of the U. S. Con-
gress, as a Nazi propaganda trans-
mission belt .______________
LEGAL NOTICES
^EAY, JULY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring la engage In
under Ihc fli tftious name WIIITK STAR URUCBRY, .il J8 N. E.
17th street, Miami, Ploi Ida, Intend t->
said name with the Clerk of
i ol Dade County,
CHARLES BCHER
UUIIURT ISL.SON
HARRY Zl'KBRNICK,
Attoi in > fm Whlu Star Grocery,
I2U Llneoln Iloud.
: i 21 !8 7. o
NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
i.u-iii,-- under the fletltloua name "f
\" i i.: i f ; ham HIAU CO., al Robel Is
i. Illdti L'S W. Flagli i St .Miami,
Kl..iiila. Intends i" register said name
u .ih the i "lerk "f the Cln ull Court uf
1 ..Mi., i'. untj, Florida.
SIDNEY SAKS
S 21-2S 7 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage i"
i islnesa undei the li.nti.'iis name ol
REMBRANDT DECORATORS, at 1208
-Mi St! eet, .Miami. I >ade
Floi Ida, Inti nd to n glster Bald
. ... ii h thi Cli rk of the Circuit
I 1 mdi i'" inly. Floi Ida.
BENJAMIN RUBIN
LOUIS 1'INi'IIOT
WILLIAM I.. BALLOT
am.! : y foi in tltloner
1211 Col bii Bldg.
''
6 21-28 T >-12-19
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
l.^.iU'.- ...
. iler the fit III loui name ol
l..\ll:s. in LETTER SERVICE, al 714
Miami Bi a h V.., .
It 111 i ime iih the
...... C irt i.i I lade
I
M VIITIN LA1BSON
HER LAIBSO.N
: 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES thai
the inderalgned
burlnes* undei ll
.IM-iil.N I'CBLIC STENiKlRABHl
SERVICE al 6O0 Lin H '
I, Kl Miami Be leh, Florida, Inti
with the Clerk ol
,i. circuit Court of Dade County,
FU'r,dn CKI.1A TRAURH3
6/28 7/!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business undei thi flctltlou* name ol
AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at
605 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to reglstei Bald name
w ,iii the Cli i-k "f the Circuit I to n I
of i iade County, Florid i
TED KKI'OER
JACK MANHOFF
ARTHUR -M. BAIDA
ii 21-28 7/5-12-19
I IVEISIll
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deairlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name ->f
I'EARLIN'E PRODUCTS, al 915 N. E
l-.t Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade C
'"""""haKKY I. PEARL
1.II.I,IAN KJR8HBAUM
MTERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
6/21-28 7/r,-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat
the undersigned, deairlng to engage In
business under the fietitious name of
ROYAL JUVENILE FURNITURE &
TOYS, al 636 N. W. 36th Street, Mi-
ami, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude
County. Florida. .....
SAUL KOLTUN.
Sole Owner.
6/21-28 7/5-12-19
RIVERSIDE
AMBULANCE
SERVICE
1236 Washington Av*.
Miami Bejch
THOS. M. BURNS. JR.
Funerat Director
ABE CIBENBERO. Tressorer
Ih New York:
76th St. and Amsterdam At*.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage "
business under the fictitious name ol
MIAMI MERCHANDISING BERVII E,
; r Flagler Street, Miami. Flor-
Ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade
c'uuntv. Florida.
ALBERT DORFMAN
ALLAN MACKOVER
WALTER C KOVNER
Attorney for Miami Merchan-
dising Service
Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida.
7 5-12-19-26 -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
U 1 N C 0 I- N MlMEOGRAPHlNg &
TYPEWRITING, at 600 Lincoln Road
Building, Miami Beach, Florida, ln>
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CELIA TRAURIQ
28 7 6-12-19
NOTICE OF AI'I'LICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 41995
Notice Is hereby given that A. N.
DREXEL, holder as asHignee of City
of Hlaleah Tax Certificate Numbered
ivt. dated the im day of June. A.D.
IIMJ, lias fili-il salil Certificate In my
office, and has made application for
,,\ deed i" laaue thereon in accord-
in,, with law. Said Certificate em-
I.races Ihe following described prop-
erty, situated in Dade County, Florida,
to-wlt:
lyil II, Block 4B 13th Addition to
Hlaleah, In the City of Hlaleah, County
of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
the name of i'nknown. Unleaa said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ini.' in law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the L'Hiil day ..f July, A.D. 1946.
Dated this 18tb day of June. A.D.
1946.
I? B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By N C. STERRETT, D.C.
H 'in nit Coun Si al)
6 21-28 7 5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
inderslgned, desiring to engage In
is under the fictitious name of
ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet
ig, -Miami. FIs., Intends to reg-
liiter said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MURRAY KASTUFF
.1 It COZATT
J- 7 j-lg-19-2t
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
le undersigned, desiring to engage In
islness uii'l.j the fictitious name of
ATIONAL BAKING I'nMI'ANY (not
i i. ai Miami. Dade County, Florida,
tends lo register said name with the
lirk of the Circuit Court of Dade
uunty, Florida.
MIX FEINBERG
Attorney for Applii-ant
RUTH DAVIDSON,
Sole Owner.
21-28 7/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, deairlng to engage In
1 Iness undei the fictitious name of
I'll!: RAPHAELS, at 14ii Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to reg-
laid name with the Clerk of the
i in mi Curt of Dade County, Florida.
ROSA LEVITAN
6/21-28 7/5-12-i.MEUA EAPHAIiI'
N'M I. la HEREBY GIVEN than
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
','.'T'"rs umler the fictitious name of
KI'.M.I-.l'ill Ait.MS Al'TS, 580 N E
52nd street, intend! to register the
said name nh the Clerk of th.- cir-
cuit Courl of l Mile County, Florida
GKiiltiiE W. SilllKI.KR.
AS rrustee under Trust Agreement
dated May SI. 1941, between
George w. Schueler and Evelyn
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant,
6 14-21-28 7 5
Houston Mobilizes For SOS
K W
......
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^_-(r-
AN intensive S08 aummer cam-
paign haa begun all over the
country. Women workers of the
Jewish Community Council, apon-
aorlng agency of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee's SOS (Supplies
[for Overseas Survivors) Collection
IB Houaton. Texae. show the type
of articlea needed abroad. The
Houston Chamber of Commerce, as
well aa all Jewish groups, are co-
operating In the city wide drive
which got under way with the ap-
pointment by the Mayor of a fain-
'-...,
ine relief chilrman. A subsj
amount of food haa also L
chased from funda collected!]
appeals made at local
events. Goal of the natlonvid
(collection Is 20.000.0w ,
'contributed relief supplies
sent overseas to supplem*
regular relief activities of tie]
Distribution Committee to
1,400.000 surviving Jewio(<
ental Europe. The J.D.C...
Its funds from the United,
Appeal.
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**ea^T;*.^Vi*i ^^^^^^^^^ m PAGE TWELVE BJE TO SUPERVISE HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL A central Hebrew high school for Miami is being contemplated for this fall under the direction of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Although plans are still being worked out, it is estimated that approximately 15 students — graduates of the Hebrew schools of Beth David and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregationwill be enrolled. RE-OPENS OFFICE Major Samuel B. Kleinman. g< n of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Klcm man, has resumed the practice oi internal medicine at 311 Lincoln rd. after serving as station cardologist at Alexandria. La. Major and Mrs. Kleinman and their two children, Sara and Joel, are now living at 2102 Alton id. LEGAL NOTICES SOTH'E IS HERKHY cil\ l-.N tl„undersigned, %  %  1' '" under th. •>> KH'A STATK .'I NT'tAtlO i,l |105 MM Street, M ill Hem h. I Intend t" reg pnme *,"" < l.i k ••! the Clrcull ol its. • •: I '. Hi' le r0Un,J ffiflWV S.I.VKRMAN SIDNKV Wi:iNSI'l.lN 7 5-12-19-86 B NOTICE is HEREBY IJIVKN thai the nntlei-slBii. I, %  %  %  %  v: ; .... .. H .V I'"". ,.. ,| Was intend „| I.,,i,. • int %  %  • %  %  '' %  ;;. STRIMWATER KIDNEY ULICK II UtOl.l) sll Vl'IRO \ %  %  .. y for Applli %  I'.ii inei s NOTICE IS HEREBY ajVES^ttot 1-21-28 7/5 NAT MANN. CHARL.ES r.ri-.iN IU.ASCHE Kl WIN v. v '' %  %  Mi |RR' w A'Appl ,.-:' 12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY lil\ l.N that %  %  • %  • KV1CE, A-.-. Ml %  t the I M'.K AIIA.M RAHlNOVi 1 1 %  IRVINti RAUISOW1TZ MYERS HEIMAN .\ K M'l.AN ... ante _. •; 1-12-19-26 GIVES RECITAL The Miami Conservatory of Music presented Stephen UJJ ner, 15 year-old son of Mi. and Mrs. Edward Le.tner. 665 S.W. lflth st in a piano recital last Fndav night at "the Miami VVom^ member of the Miami Bead, High school band, Steven will en r 11 a! the University of Chicago in September. He Will be one of the 250 students throughout tne coun try to combine their high school work with coUege studies at th< university. 1,500 VISAS^GRANTED JERUSALEM (JTA)-The Palestine government has altocated the new immigration quota of 1.500 certificates for the month of June 15-July 14, but the Jewish Agency will not get any this month. Of the 1,158 certificates which are m minally assigned to the Jewish Agency, 335 will be demand for the visaless immigrants who arrived on the motorship Max Nordau and 323 for those who landed from the intercepted schooner, Haviva Reik. G irgie Jesse] has signed with ARA pop plattery to record an eight-sided album of songs hi used to have in his two-a-day u perti ire. Discings, which will be done in a few weeks, are the first the now-producer at 20th Century-Fox has done in 15 years. Album will be titled -George Jessel Torch Songs." LEGAL NOTICES BETWEEN YOU AND ME (C0N TINUED FROM PAGE It) • %  front" organization* in disseminating Hitler's propaganda is also described by the author He singles out the "American Crugader8( the "American Silver Shirts," the "Christian Front, the Protestant War Veterans of America," and Rev. Charles E. Coughlin's "Social Justice" • H, relates how it was discovered that an article in "Social Justicepublished under Coughlin's name was word for word, comma for comma, period for period, a speech made by Goebbels over the German domestic radio Coughlin called it "a coincidence The author also tells how the U. S. Post Office, unwittingly, and in good faith, distributed the Nazi anti-Semitic material free within the United States, and how the Nazis concocted a plan to use the Congressional Record, official organ of the U. S. Congress, as a Nazi propaganda transmission belt %  LEGAL NOTICES ^EAY, JULY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring la engage In %  under Ihc fli tftious name < %  WIIITK STAR URUCBRY, .il J8 N. E. 17th street, Miami, Ploi Ida, Intend t-> said name with the Clerk of i ol Dade County, CHARLES BCHER UUIIURT ISL.SON HARRY Zl'KBRNICK, Attoi in > fm Whlu Star Grocery, I2U Llneoln Iloud. %  : i 21 !8 7. o NOT1CK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In i.u-iii,-under the fletltloua name "f \" i i.: i F ; HAM HIAU CO., al Robel Is i. Illdti L'S W. Flagli i St .Miami, Kl..iiila. Intends i" register said name u .ih the i "lerk "f the Cln ull Court uf 1 ..Mi., i'. untj, Florida. SIDNEY SAKS S 21-2S 7 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" engage i" i islnesa undei the li.nti.'iis name ol REMBRANDT DECORATORS, at 1208 -Mi St! eet, .Miami. I >ade Floi Ida, Inti nd to n glster Bald ... ii h thi Cli rk of the Circuit I 1 mdi i'" inly. Floi Ida. BENJAMIN RUBIN LOUIS 1'INi'IIOT WILLIAM I.. BALLOT AM.! : y foi IN tltloner 1211 Col BII Bldg. %  6 21-28 T >-12-19 ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  l.^.iU'.... .• iler the fit III loui name ol l..\ll:s. IN LETTER SERVICE, al 714 Miami Bi a h V.., It • •• %  111 i ime i ih the C irt i.i I lade I M VIITIN LA1BSON HER LAIBSO.N : 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES thai the inderalgned burlnes* undei ll .IM-iil.N I'CBLIC STENiKlRABHl SERVICE al 6O0 Lin H • I, Kl Miami Be leh, Florida, Inti with the Clerk ol ,i„. circuit Court of Dade County, FU r,dn CKI.1A TRAURH3 6/28 7/! NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" engage in business undei thi flctltlou* name ol AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at 605 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reglstei Bald name w ,iii the Cli i-k "f the Circuit I to n I of i iade County, Florid i TED KKI'OER JACK MANHOFF ARTHUR -M. BAIDA II 21-28 7/5-12-19 I IVEISIll MEMORIAL CHAPEL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, deairlng to engage In business under the fictitious name ->f I'EARLIN'E PRODUCTS, al 915 N. E l-.t Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade C '"""""HAKKY I. PEARL 1.II.I,IAN KJR8HBAUM MTERS, HEIMAN • KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 6/21-28 7/r,-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat the undersigned, deairlng to engage In business under the fietitious name of ROYAL JUVENILE FURNITURE & TOYS, al 636 N. W. 36th Street, Miami, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. SAUL KOLTUN. Sole Owner. 6/21-28 7/5-12-19 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Av*. Miami Bejch THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funerat Director ABE CIBENBERO. Tressorer Ih New York: 76th St. and Amsterdam AT*. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage %  business under the fictitious name ol MIAMI MERCHANDISING BERVII E, ; r Flagler Street, Miami. FlorIda. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Clrcull Court of Dade c'uuntv. Florida. ALBERT DORFMAN ALLAN MACKOVER WALTER C KOVNER Attorney for Miami Merchandising Service Lincoln Road Miami Bench, Florida. 7 5-12-19-26 • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deairlng to engage in business undei the fictitious name of U 1 N C 0 IN MlMEOGRAPHlNg & TYPEWRITING, at 600 Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach, Florida, ln> tends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CELIA TRAURIQ 28 7 6-12-19 NOTICE OF AI'I'LICATION FOR TAX DEED File 41995 Notice Is hereby given that A. N. DREXEL, holder as asHignee of City of Hlaleah Tax Certificate Numbered i VT. dated the IM day of June. A.D. IIMJ, lias fili-il salil Certificate In my office, and has made application for •,,\ deed i" laaue thereon in accordin,, with law. Said Certificate emI.races Ihe following described property, situated in Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: lyil II, Block 4B 13th Addition to Hlaleah, In the City of Hlaleah, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In the name of i'nknown. Unleaa said Certificate shall be redeemed accordini.' in law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the L'Hiil day ..f July, A.D. 1946. Dated this 18tb day of June. A.D. 1946. I? B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By N C. STERRETT, D.C. H 'in nit Coun Si al) 6 21-28 7 5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that inderslgned, desiring to engage In %  is under the fictitious name of ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet ig, -Miami. FIs., Intends to regliiter said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MURRAY KASTUFF .1 It COZATT J7 j-lg-19-2t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that le undersigned, desiring to engage In islness uii'l.j the fictitious name of ATIONAL BAKING I'nMI'ANY (not i i. ai Miami. Dade County, Florida, tends lo register said name with the lirk of the Circuit Court of Dade uunty, Florida. MIX FEINBERG Attorney for Applii-ant RUTH DAVIDSON, Sole Owner. 21-28 7/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th. undersigned, deairlng to engage In 1 Iness undei the fictitious name of I'll!: RAPHAELS, at 14ii Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Intend to reglaid name with the Clerk of the i in mi Curt of Dade County, Florida. ROSA LEVITAN 6/21-28 7/5-12-i. MEUA EAPHAIiI N'M I. la HEREBY GIVEN than the undersigned, desiring to engage in ','.'T'"r s umler the fictitious name of KI'.M.I-.l'ill Ait.MS Al'TS, 580 N E 52nd street, intend! to register the said name nh the Clerk of th.circuit Courl of l Mile County, Florida GKiiltiiE W. SilllKI.KR. 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DAY.I^J^Sfcfigj^Mbf? iRptween You and Me W By BORIS SMOLAR •ght 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 -ICAL PRELUDES: .Jewish Agency is begm^ Utilize forces for the L General Assembly of uted Nations It is in BSN a political K will be charged with m0 vcs and gauging r ..4* of the members fed Nations with re1 L P stine when the Asopen* in New York in LS. One member or |Lf will deal with Latin K delegates, another will contacts with the diploUf small European nations. third will deal w.th the toots" such as the United I Britain, France, and, as L possible, w.th Russia... Lation, as visual.zed by ican Zionist leaders, is not encouraging ... It out"that the Cabinet cornappointed by President to implement the recomlions of the Anglo-Amennuiry committee on Paleskas a staff which has little (tejge of the Palestine issue He members of the staff are %  eking information on PalUhich has been repeatedly by all parties involved to j committees The lack I experts on the Palestine lathe technical staff of the tcommittee gives the Britreign Office the upper hand : committee And this |tie Zionist leaders a cause The optimists J the Zionists are the labor|..Some of them definitely t that the present fight for will yield positive re|ud that there has been a of heart among many lof the British cabinet. • • • I NOTES: J season of annual conven|ol Jewish organizations is lover. The only group that is yet to hold its convention is the Zionist Organization of America And even this convention, like all the others this summer, will not attract any particular interest Strange as it sounds, there are no stimulating issues before American Jewry this year, except the burning issue of the immediate admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine And the resolutions that the various conventions are adopting with regard to this issue are pretty much the same ... At the annual convention of the Reform rabbis in Chicago last week, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver tried to bring in local American color by raising the issue of whether American Jewry is drifting away from Judaism But it seems that Jews in the United States are not very much interested in evaluating American Jewish life They seem to be satisfied with the situation as it stands today, namely with "dollar Judaism" ... As long as one contributes to his local Jewish Welfare fund and to Jewish needs abroad, he considers himself a Jew The wider aspects of Judaism are too deep and complicated for him because of the failure of Jewish education in America Little has been done by rabbis and educators in this country to bring the average American Jew to an understanding that philanthropy alone does not make up Judaism No wonder that the recent convention of Jewish social workers discussed the problem of how to adopt Jewish philantropic activities to the situation that will develop when the government, by constantly expanding its social services, may take over a lot of responsibilities from the Jewish community Without his philanthropic interest in Jewish community life, the American Jew would feel even less Jewish than he does today PAGE ELEVEN ^^herEstate a J.D. C. Training Farm P" r \ few "*''*• from Nuremberg, German?, where arch-Nazi Julius Streicher ia on trial for his *?*** %  •••nda hia former estate, which ia now being operated by lh Joint Distribution Committee aa a hachsharah (training; farm) for 100 Jewish youths preparing for farm life ia Palestine. Above, a survivor of Buchenwald concentration camp waters one of Streicher's price bulls. Above right, Helen WItkin, J.D.C representative at the farm, holds a lamb. Right, this Jewish lad, a •lave laborer during the war, tends a bullock on the Streicher estate. with funds contributed in the U.S. to the $100,000,000 campaign of .the United Jewish Appeal, the 'J.D.C provides the young train'" in this and other hachsharoth | throughout Europe with basic '(•oat, clothing and medical rare while they await passage to Pairsline, which the J.D.C will .bo i help arrange. i; < 6 1 • Announcing The Removal [To Our New and Larger Offices NOW LOCATED AT 2204-2206 S. 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As early as 1935, orders wereissued to Nazi agents in the United States to concentrate on fomenting antagonism against President Roosevelt The slogan to be spread was that "the government of the United States has fallen into the hands of Jews and Communists" And plenty of Nazi-American stooges were busy promoting this slogan to the great satisfaction of their Berlin bosses The mark left by anti-Jewish propaganda in the United States was such that the Berlin government found the poison of anti-Semitism the best weapon possible, the author says The role played by American (CONTINUED ON PAGE 12) RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 138* N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Bast carsfor chronic alck, eonvalescant and alderly people 8ANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices aaaaaiLargt Beautiful QroundsaaaaBi PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED .. GUARANTEED WORK ... Job Too Large or Too Small Estimates Cheerfully Olwen a PHONE 3 6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 223 N. W. 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PAGE TWO £p&aJkinq> Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro and family are leaving next week for New York. The rabbi has been invited by the Jewish National fund to tour South America on a lecturing program. His plans are as yet indefinite Miss Ruth Brotman has recently returned from Havana and is motoring this week to Detroit. Chicago and New York Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein and son, Jerry, of Palm Island, are now vacationing in Los Angeles. Calif., for the summer. They will return in September Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moss and Bertram are vacationing in Cleveland. Ohio, and points west • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Joel. 1235 West ave., are now visiting in New York, Atlantic City and Hartford, Conn. Miss Bernice Kostoff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kostoff. is spending the summer in Brooklyn, N. Y. .Guy Goldsmith and William Liberofl left this week on a three weeks stay in Monticello, N. Y. | Mrs. M. Ofsowitz and Sandy are spending the summer in Rochester, N. Y Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 1710 Lenox ave.. and Ernice. flew to New Hampshire Friday where Ernice will spend the summer at camp. Mrs. Weinkle is expected to return to Miami this weekend ... Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kleber are vacationing in Ellenville, N. Y. Miss Rita Futerfas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sam Futerfas. 1303 S. W. 16th st., left this week to spend a month in New York. Her sister. Elene. also left for Alpine Lodge camp in Mentone, Ala. Bill Baros, son of Mr. and Mrs. James William Baros, 2037 S. W. 13th St., is home from Georgia Tech for a three weeks' va-' cation Mr and Mrs. Sam Jacobson, oi Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived this week to attend the Bris of their grandson, Allyn Howard, which was held Wednesday at Jackson Memorial hospital with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating First Lt. Stanley Kolber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kolber, 1244 Pennsylvania ave., is home on terminal leave. He recently returned from Seuol, Korea, and attended the University of Miami before entering the service Bob Traurig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Traurig, 2131 S. W. 15th st.. has recently been discharged from the Navy where he served with the Chinese underground Miss Alyce Weiss, 1355 S. W. 19th st., is back in Miami after spending her vacation with friends in Baltimore, Md • • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ballenoff. 3199 S W. 26th st., entertained at their home last week m honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kom oroff. who were leaving for the North. Mr. and Mrs. Ballenoff left for New York this week Mr and Mrs. Bernie Norman and sons. Steven and Lawrence, are now living at U*> S W. 19th ter. ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Resnick are spending the summer at their summer home in Asheville, N. C. • • Mrs. Henry Weiner, wife oi Lt. Commander Henry Weiner, has returned to Hartford, Conn after spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner. 3020 S. W. Fourth ave. Mrs. Ruth Quartin and daughter. Janet, 1690 S. W. 17th ter., left this week for New York city • Mr. H. Grossman, 1136 S. W. Filth St., left today for New York to attend the wedding of his grand-daughter, which will be held Sunday. He will remain there for two months ... Mr. and Mrs. Beinie Gerinqer and baby son have returned to Miami horn Nashville, Tenn., to malfle their home liere. Mr. Geringer lived in Miami before he entered the service Mr. and Mrs. Mack Apfelbaum and Walter are now residing in their new home at 1411 S. W. 16th ter. Mrs. William D. Singer and daughters, Marlene and Dorothy, have left Miami to vacation in New Hampshire and Cleveland I. Rita Grossman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice GrossMiss Shirley Richter Announces Betrothal The engagement of Miss SWr £ ESS M^S ,,l Miami Beach. The bride-to-be, a native Ml;„,';,, is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and recentlj i_n_nj" i .fM*n' •*** 3nli| Papadt ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Allyn Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jacobson, 2134 S. W. Coral Way, was born June 26 in Jackson Memorial hospital. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sidle. 1226 S. W. 18th st. Jay Leeds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Goldman. 4622 N. Bay rd., was born June 7 ... A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Baumwald. 1604 Drexel ave.. May 6 Kathy Lee was born to Mr and Mrs. Bernard Julius Mopsik. 2190 N. W. Fifth ave., on June 24 ... A baby boy was born to the Abraham Galbuts on June 27 at,St. Francis hospital. The bris, officiated by Rabbi S. M. Machtei, was held ruil FRIDAY, Kronishes Anr, :: i,: and Mrs announce the birth ondson. Ronald, on J. Pital, New York. 1, BethSholomM? Ing in New YorkWa yesterday born to Mr. and", Adler, 2385 S. W June 21 jejjJ. jMr. and Mrs. M a jGreenblatt, 624 Coll June 19. Bea'itiful Estate, Income. Large, tile baths, porches, ing Bay. Concrete* age apt. Large con. See today. 5991 H. Biscayne at 60th. >v v>^ w ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^^^^^^y attended Ohio State university, win re she was a member ol Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Br< nner, son of Mrs. Marvin Bronner, 2661 Collins ave. is a graduate'of St. Patrick's Hum school and attended the University of Florida where he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He served in the U. S. Army air force! and was (Mailed overseas for two and one-half \< ars. No date has been set, but Mr. and Mrs. Richter art planning a man is vacationing in New formal wedding and dmner fo ?S with her s,ste, Noorjl gj-JPfc*ich w***-** Miss Grossman is news editor > ^ m ^ ^ of The Jewish Flondian Shiela Suberman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Suberman 514 S. W. 26th rd., is vacationLhWlb-ls..ftra./*w ing in Gainesville, Fla. and New York Rabbi and Mrs. Murray Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Lewis, 1034 Jefferson ave., announce the enYork Monday where ? he will %  ..^ .. ..^ ;! SQn ,„. M ,. „ a continue studying for nis rn.u.j Mrs M ,, ms Kaplan, 2218 Alton at Columbia university. Iney; rd N definite date has been will be away six weeks set ,.,. ,., we dding, but it will Mrs. Jennie G. Blanck, 1120 be an event of the early fall. S. W. 19th ave., is vacationing in Hendersonville, N. C Mrs. Myron Miller, 7300 Park View Island, celebrated her birthday on July 2nd Miss Sharon Kline, daughter of Mr. |and Mrs. Joe Kline, 1675 N. W. i 16th st., will celebrate her first .birthday today with a family party at her home | Mrs. Hadassah Rattner, 644 i Lenox ave., is leaving this week for Virginia, New York (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) STANLEY BROMBE] and BERNARD GR0SS| 9sudte y^u to the, Ofominq, o(. Ohe. BOOKWOR Burd ine's Authorized Hoover Service can put your Hoover in topnotch condition If your Hoover needs reconditioning, cleaning or repairing of any kind, telephone Burdine's 3-1141 and ask for the Hoover Department on the Fifth Floor. 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^a-i-v;;; *&*v&mpsap$a^? ^^^^H ta^yyEtociidliigun P^^-THE JEWISH U eat Britain Seizes Pa lestine Jewish Agency jr Ticket Leads In Local n i$t Election, Voting Is Light fonofdel.Kat'.to the j Zionist Congress took Bjhaneously tl i ughout rj. with voting Sunday day. Miami, as I many %  communities leduled [lion to bo con | eted in n Sunday. in this area were [disappointed al tl e light jittributed it to the large fof residents thai are now j in other parl of the "This particular time ar finds th. gn it maf Jlsamians visil ng i IscMr. Harry Sinn nhoff, chairman, said. "The oent from the 16th to I June can be Named Land in additii n we had with rainy wi ather t the day." dof 787 votes werecast. ling to the unofficial i meeting was held in toff's office Wcdneson to canvass the I certify the election I headquarters. was the vote tallied or Zionist and ProiB'nai B'rith [large Lodge Beach lodge of which was formed U946, has launched I new rncnibi i '.> in^ rolls from 500 to 1.000, George J. B< rtman, Jack Abbott, Miami ley, has been named drive chairman and • meeting of tn B'naJ *rs and men bership "members held tod al .'hotel, Miai: | | ach, ""! his plans : ..he I drive urging "every P le dge a met ber." IM the drive ivi I in. "NUE0 ON PAGE 6, grcssive block which totaled 297 votes for ticket No. 2. This ticket includes the Jewish National Workers alliance and the Pioneer Women's organization among its larger constituents. Other votes showed ticket No. 1, ZOA, 246 votes; ticket No. 3, Mizrachi, 100; ticket No. 4, Revisionist, 8; ticket No. 5, Hadassah, 108. As this count was given to The Jewish Floridian there were a number of additional ballots that were to be certified which would bring the total to 787. n Lfid OF Homeland Remains Tense; rn Weizmann Threatens to Resign pi JERUSALEM (JTA)-Tension in Palestine remained at fever U U U I P J ,ch as what an official communique described as "the first phaL3 of operations to restore law and order in Palestine" neared [*h milit.n, '„„„,. &f "^ B T Although all reports from raided settlements are not yet in, ,.,? WhWh tha \*nce the country's communications were disrupted by the miliweek found 31 members of the tary authorities to facilitate their operations, the death toll at the Irgun Zvai Leumi guilty of il-; moment is five Jews and one Briton, with about 2,000 Jews, inlegal possession of arms, sentenceluding ranking members of the Jewish Agency executive under ed 30 of them to 15 vears im-( arrest. It was learned that Dr. Chaim Weizmann during discussions vith High Commissioner Eir Alan*to 15 years lm prisonment and one. Benjamin Kaplan, 19, to life imprisonment. The overall result of"the elec'Kaplan had been convicted of the 1} tion is expected to be announced sometime next week as voting results will be received from all over the country. 8 OUT OF 10 FAVOR ADMITTING JEWS NEW YORK (JTA)—Nearly 8 out of 10 people in the United States who have been following the Palestine issue favor the admission of 100,000 Jews to Palestine, according to a Gallup poll made public this week. About 74 per cent of the same people oppose sending American troops to Palestine and about 72 additional charge of firing British troops. The prisoners greeted the verdict by rising and singing Hatikvah. As the three-man court filed out of the chamber, the defendants shouted: "Down with England," and their friends and relatives in the courtroom booed 'and shouted. Guards prevented the prisoners from leaving the dock to bid farewell to their families. Outside the courtroom, a large crowd gathered to greet the sentenced men and one woman. Patrolling troops and cars did not allow them to conCunningham threatened to resign if the arrested members of the on Jewish Agency are not released immediately. Cunningham is said to have replied: "But you can choose other colleagues and advisers, for instance, Mayor Rokach." To this, Weizmann retorted: "Then 1 must decline any responsibility, because this suggestion only aggravates the situation." Cunningham then threatened to level Jewish cities and settlements, if necessary, in order to crush terrorism. (A dispatch received from a problem over to the tions. United NaJTA correspondent in London armored j quoted a well-informed Palestine source as declaring that British strategy in Palestine is aimed at the Jewish Agency by the road, from where they waved creating differences between the goodbye to the prisoners. Jewso-called left and right wing facgregate in front of the courthouse fZ Zif th T P t M K i and the >' ^thered on a hill across 'splitting the survey think it would be a' good idea to turn the Palestine ish children shouted "Red Devils" at the paratroopers in scarlet berets who led the 31 to the trucks which took them to prison. U. S. PALESTINE BRIGADE ADVOCATED The formation of a Roosevelt brigade for Palestine, composed of volunteers from America to fight for the cause of Zionism, is being sponsored by the B'nai Zion, a national fraternal Zionist organization of America. This Roosevelt brigade will be similar to the Lincoln brigade, composed of Americans who went to Spain to help the forces of fascism in 1936. U.S. Members To Join Yishuv Kies Inaugurate Voice of Youth P July 14 with News Editor k*. editor oi the *•• Miami Daily on-The Meanjwence Day, Hi46" > of the "Voice opening Sunday 55,' Dm at the Youth <>' G %  kid *tv g ;tt o Har \*t he K Win,. r w>ved the W Presented jN^J*" 0 "'! Pro"asm B: Tant co-chair!" Round %  M ia "0v, NEW YORK (JTA)—The American members of the Jewish Agency for Palestine have announced that they have decided to proceed to Palestine. In a statement issued here Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Louis Lipsky said: "Convinced that the charges of the Palestine government that the executive of the Jewish Agency for Palestine has been involved in acts of violence are false and without foundation, the American members of the execuI tive declare equal responsibilities and full solidarity with thencolleagues in Palestine. American members of the executive 'have resolved to proceed to Palestine and immediate action is .being taken to obtain the necessary facilities." CUBA TO WAIVE ENTRY RESTRICTIONS HAVANA (JTA) —Cuba will waive its restrictions on the immigration of persons from former enemy countries, it was reliably reported here. Official announcement of the seiies are the Anti-Defama| Cuban government's change of Wit: tet'l^ann'n 1 ;| "on league, the B'nat B'rith *M follow hi. *" utn organization, the Bureau no adn.i M, n f Jew s b Education, the Y.M. St %  *eko me Y.W.H.A.'s of Miami and Miami' pected to affect Jewish displaced ••"ttnaatin.. Beach Uid the Zionist Youth j persons asking to emigrate from a,1 ns of commission. Europe. "we IS policy is expected shortly with the publication of the government's official gazette, it Is extions. This source pointed out that all of those arrested are either laborites or pro-labor. He cited Cunningham's suggestion to Weizmann as an example of these "futile" tactics.) "Shadow Commands" Take Over It was pointed out here that the second, third and fourth "shadow commands" of the Agency are already operating, so that arrest of the Agency leaders will not paralyze Jewish activities. The stunned Jewish community, which was taken by surprise by the vastness of the week-end operations, despite the fact that they had been predicted almost exactly in a broadcast over the secret Haganah radio, "Voice of Israel," on June 16 began to rally its forces today. The Haganah radio asked all Jews to stand by for orders, stating, "Britain has declared war upon the Jewish community and we will return it." An earlier broadcast by the "Voice of Israel" was unintelligible as a result of jamming by government stations. Troops and Jews Clash In Haifa, whe re the curfew was lifted early Sunday, it was reimposed after themsands of Jews who thronged the Jewish quarter of the city to protest the seizure of the Jewish Agency headquarters and the mass arrests clashed with British troops who shot into the crowd, wounding five, three si riously, including one child. Jewish shops throughout the city were' closed and traffic was at a virtual standstill. Crack machinegun crews were still deployed around the Agency building in Jerusalem covering every approach. Other troops were stationed inside. Near the building the authorities have set up a command post which is directing all operations in this city. The Tel Aviv municipal council met under the chairmanship of Dr. Weizmann, with mayors of other cities and heads of local councils attending. They issued a statement appealing to the Jewish community to remain calm and await instructions from Jewish leaders and the Zionist movement. Censorship is Lifted Censorship of outgoing cables has ended, allowing the Jerusalem JTA officeto file a story which the censor killed reporting that Rabbi Judah L. Fishman, acting chairman of the Agency executive, was beaten by soldi* rs who came to arrest him, when he protested against e ntering a car on Saturday, lie was struck in the head. According to a report from Latrun, where Fishman and others of the Agency heads are confined, the 71-year-old rabbi has gone on hunger strike to protest his arWASHINGTON — President Truman expressed hope Tuesday that the leaders of the Jewish community in Palestine will "soon be released" and that the situation there "will soon return to normal." The President also told a Jewish delegation that the arrest of alleged Jewish terrorists would not affect his determination avoid delay "in pushing forward with a policy of transferring 100.000 Jewish immigrants to Palestine with all dispatch." rest and the violation of his religious tenets. According to an official communique the following are among the prominent leaders of the community who are being hi lei: Rabbi Fishman, Moshe Shertok, Dr. Bernard Joseph, Itzhak Gruen(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Cities To Clear Position On Anti-Semitism NEW YORK (JTA)—Jewish community relations agencies will henceforth take no public positions on legislative questions concerning anti-Semitism and other problems of Jewish interest before clearance with the National Community Relations Advisory council, it was announced here. An agreement to this effect was reached by the major Jewish civil defense organizations which are affiliated with the NCRAC, the announcement said. It added that the new officers of the NCRAC, elected at its plenary session this week are Henry Epstein, chairman: Bernard P. Kopkind and Aaron Droock, vicechairmen; Bernard H. Trager, secretary, andD. Beryl Manischewitz, treasurer. %  i .! r II •fl M : %  •• • s \ } 1 i 1 i • 5 i


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-ism OAYJHE 5, 1946 B N AI B'RITH NOTES S^5^ c0BSQN .. B "uUIrfieon of June Frlda> B STaddresa by Dr. 5*?%i county health L^tr proved to be one l** 10 Runett Roth's best ^"^S Brother Roth "?/n1 E Albert Pallet T£ S P f co # B'nai B'rith Sholem KB fS'and hia depart jta gemming the disease, T.'n-wlnl precautionary "" ep^rtmen.. We think wired a real scoop in se;,he busy Dr. Cato as our irTcongratulations!) waa Kornberg. WCOUntant. And A Home! With ining Slogan, Sholem lodge uheir huge July member. .drive at their "Lox and tr Sunday breakfast. The Li and teams cheered loud [to when Drive Chairman I Heiman assured the cnthusi' brothers that our goal of (new members and a home B'nai B'rith would be achieved of the month. He i 100 members for his All captains posed proudly oera bulbs popped. Nice to eorge Bcrtman at the break"d luck on your drive, Re! Sam B. Miller affirms iut to cop first prize for _t number of new members. 4have to prove it to: Al PalIMilt Friedman. Alex Cohen, L Silver, Burnie Roth, Marx [berg. Bill Pallot, Elry Stone, TiKronenMd. Max Silver, the %  aiders, Sam and Nathan, and ien other captains. The excitement is really high—every Bin B'rith can envision the plot of ground, the foundation of The Home, and finally a community dream come true—the Home itself! It is a significant moment in the history of Sholem lodge. Our July 9 meeting at the Elks lodge hall will feature 99 per cent fun and "pure" entertainment (allow 1 per cent for bad gags by Marx Feinberg!). Members, wives and guests are invited. Jerome Weinkle, chairman of entertainment, promises a delightful evening with several surprises put in for laughs. Don't miss the July 9 (Tuesday, 8 p.m.) meeting. Congratulations to Brother Abe Aronovitz on his engagement to Miss Dorothy Segal. Good luck! Our appreciation to the Maurice Cromers for their splendid hospitality to Sholcm's membership crews last week. Veterans interested in community problems such as housing, food prices, rentals, etc., and who want to do something about it: get into our Veterans' and Americanism committee; Dan Satin, chairman and Elry Stone, cochairman. Call these men TODAY! Sick list: David Stuzin. Come, come, lad!) We missed Dr. S. Beer at the Friday luncheon. There's a regular! Let's all pledge not to touch anything on the black market with a 10-foot pole. All Ben B'riths who play golf— good or bad—can participate in the fall golf tournament sponsored by Sholem lodge. Marx Feinberg is signing up players now. Call him at 2-0193, and submit your most recent score for pairings. F-O-R-E-! .amtflfliM Miami Market Receives Vaad Su PAGE NINE pervision an TSS8 P i d erS .v, Str T C,ly K sher Su P* r Mark t"od balKpn A t 6 ,6Wish PP ulation < this community" direcS? o??hi r ,h V s week b y Ra *>bi Joseph E. Rackovsky. supvision thl Grea J e r M,arni Vaad Ka ^shru8. under whose supervision the market is operated. thedWof^ 100 S K W 2?,h QVe ,he market is *• first shop in Miami^nrt 1 6U P erViSed by ,he Vaad which has th ee Miami Beach markets under its aegis. mp "J ST 6 ?'; Ra u bbi Rack vsky describes recent developments in the local kashrus scene: "A number of years have pass+ ed since this community has striven to elevate the standard of kashruth here through placing it under a truly united democratic community control," he states. "There were always obstacles which obstructed the attainment of this great and important objective. "The outcry of those who really want kashruth and pay for it too was so unmistakably clear and striking that the Greater Miami Jewish Federation appointed a special committee to investigate the conditions and needs of a Vaad Hakashruth," he declares. After investigation by the committee, Federation recognized the Greater Miami Vaad as "the organization representative of the population of Greater Miami and genuinely unbiased in its effort to promote and enforce kashruth in this area," the rabbi says. "The difficulties in the field of kashruth, however, did not end with that, and although we were successful in obtaining three markets on the Beach which were and are willing to abide by the rules and regulations of the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth —which ar e merely the Laws of the Shulchan Oruch—we could not find one in the city of Miami, willing to fulfill his obligations to the Jewish Law and Jewish community," Rabbi Rackovsky continues. "And, thus, hundreds of Miami residents were compelled to go to Miami Beach for their meet or poultry. The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth remained in name only a Greater Miami vaad Hakashruth since there was no supervision even at one of the Miami city butchers. "But, now, with the opening of Adlers Kosher Market, the first RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY link in the chain of supervision of kashruth over Greater Miami was forged. This is the first super market in Miami to be closed on Saturday and Jewish holidays. We are confident that the Jewish population will show its appreciation and patronize the Adler's Market. It is also our ardent hope that the other markets will follow suit and join the Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth and we will thus have a kashruth system which will bring honor and dignity to our community," he concludes. Adler's Market opened to the public several weeks ago under the direction of Mr. Benjamin Adler, formerly of Red Bank, N. J. Mr. Adler is assisted by his wife and sons. The grocery department is under the direction of Morris Margulies and the vegetable department is supervised by Rubie Goldsmith. TO SWIM rtruction in swimming will at the Homestead pool ining July 8 at lu a.m.. it [announced by the chairman Red Cross water safety Bittee, Jack A. Erneman. Mr. Mrs. Arthur McKee and Miss nine Suber will be the inrs, and any boys and girls stedare to contact Mr. Mcthe Red Cross office. Council Action January NEW YORK (JTA)—The new International Refugee organization established this week by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations is expected to begin functioning about Jan. 1, it is learned here. At a session last Friday lasting until midnight, the council adopted the basic outlines of the new agency. Additional details will 1111111 "Mill IIIII in in inn ">ij|iini| llliilll iiiumm iiiiflliln HI iiliiii Mill" in in IIIII IN GREATER MIAMI K | THE G*yW 'M F ,s WE SERVE TODAY k SWT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" '^ l e0HU STEAK OY STER BAR COUNTRY f RtEO CHICKEN to, NK HARMEY, JR. 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The chief executive officer will be the director-general, who will be responsible to the general council through the executive committee. A finance committee was established in order to prepare provisional administrative and operational budgets for the IRO's first year of operations. In view of the urgent necessity of making adequate preparations for the advent of the new organization, the Economic and Social council recommended that U.N. Secretary General Trygvc Lie take such steps as may be appropriate to plan, in consultation with UNRRA and the Intergovernmental Refugee committee, the initiation of work by the IRO. $1,844,612 IN BOND SALES DURING MAY The people of Dade county invested $1,844,612 in U. S. Savings bonds during the month of May, according to an announcement by the U. S. Savings bond division of the Treasury department. Florida sales of savings bonds for May totalled $8,266,872, bringing the statewide monthly average for the first past of 1946 to more than eight million dollars. Joel Kupperman, the ABC "Quiz Kid," is gradually losing his lisp and the director of the Speech and Hearing Clinic at Northwestern university predicts that it will be entirely gone by fall. Reason for it: his brain works faster than his tongue but his tongue is finally catching up. It isn't a lisp at all! BUY VICTORY BONDS! Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. ST h AND RESTAURANT AIR CONDITIONED "^....,,1 „, ,,„ M • %  elcphonc 58 2070. LFA MIZELL-S IMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell, C. K. Simon, Lawranca S. Favllli, Funeral Director* 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 1121 • W. Pals* Beach. Fie. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. n i n r-n-n_n.n ii_i_n.n. r i .ru* ---------......... 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5, 1946 ^Jenistifkridfiarj jfy Raiting, .flew to New York Ja Springs th.s Sill be away for Mr. and Mrs. ago-" m "Rothlein. Taft Rebraung the com%  m o l her family for -in 45 months. Her Malvin S., who "Honolulu with the ,, R„ meteorologist IC area, and Harold jwith the Ordnance I, of the Army in Eu| BO w have discharqes. other relatives Thand for the party. I v&k • • %  aourFatin, 78-12 Ab' Miami Beach; her „ Lena Smith, and Efeis, Mary Ellen and de leaving today tor [city where they will fatin. The Fatins will |tj the Catskill moun. L Smith plans to join iFL Wayne, Ind. iSilverman, 1323 S. H„ left this week for Ala., where ohe i for two weeks lies Cohen left this Union Pier, Mich., | will join Mrs. Cohen liter, Toby Miss old and her sister, (leaving todav for ,Pa.. Motoring I week are Mr. and fcrice Geisermai: and JBoslyn; Mr. and Mrs. erman and son, i Mr. and Mrs. David Mr. George Diamond has entered Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore, Md., for a general check-up Morris Bain is recovering from a major operation at Mayo Brothers clinic in Rochester, Minn. Mark Max is confined to his home, Granada apts. and hotel. He may have visitors aftejr 3:30 p.m. and evenings Sidney Adler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Adler, Normandy hotel, was discharged this week after serving for two and one-half years at the naval hospital in Philadelphia Mrs. Ina R. Berow, 245 Jefferson ave., left for New York and Chicago this week Miss Jean Bromberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bromberg, 2350 S. W. 17th ter., is now appearing at the Crystal room of the Poinciana hotel as a result of her winning first place in a singing contest at the hotel last week. She is a student of Sid Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Neuwirth have moved into their new home at 3420 Sheridan ave. Mr. Herman Enson, of New York, is visiting with Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, 1450 S. W. 17th ter. ... Mr. Nathan Tishman, of Queens Village, L. I., has arrived to supervise the furnishing of his new home at 55 S. W. 23rdrd. Mrs. Tishman | will join him in a few weeks | Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leschel, 281 i S. W. 28th rd., are celebrating the return, of their son, Herschel, PAGE THREE CARYL ROSE TO WED IN AUGUST from the Navy. He has recentsons. Sheldon and ly served in the Mediterranean 344 N. E. 26th st. York as their destiarea. ; will stop at DayiS'. Augustine, JackIfclania, Washington elphia illon Friedman, v. ho ping in Columb.a. S. V two children, is k Miami today to at| iister-in-iaw's wedI return to S. C. tog • • %  Ifo. Stanley Seqal, (opened Lakeside Inn "sctola. N. C., are h* summer there. ) ft the inn are Mr. Harry Blumin and I Howard and Stew|M:. and Mrs. Irvin Iter sons, Howard Esbins Return Home T1 % % %  ement oi Miss Caryl R e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. h M. Rose, MOO Lenox ave., to Harold M. linger, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jonat .1. Unger, ol Ni w city, was anno im %  d at ;i %  n hist week. Guesl honor was the groom-elect's mother, Mrs. J. J. Unger. August IK has been set for tl e w< dding, which will be held in Ni u '. city. Miss Rosi : a gn luate of Miami Beach High school and is now maj iring in institutional home economics at Syracuse univi She is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Unger graduated from Barnard School for Boys and then attended Columbia %  rsity, from which he rei d his bachelor of arts ,!• gree. While at Columbia hi a mi mber of Zeta Beta Tau fra• 1*1 ity. He is now in his junior year at Columbia university's College of Physicians and Surgeons. Friedman Reception Follows Ceremony Mr-and Mrs. William Friedman Will hold a reception at their home, 1037 S. W. 20th ave.. Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 following the wedding of their daugh•' r, Rosalind, to Perry Botwinick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Botk, of Bayonne, N. j. The ceremony, which will be mi the family, will be read by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Mrs. Milton Iman, the bride's sister-inlaw, will attend her, and Joe Botwinick, the groom's brother, will serve as best man. The couple will first go to New York and from there will fly to Bi rmuda for three weeks. They plan to return to Miami early in t to make their home here. Miss Friedman was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended the University of Alabama where she was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honorary sorority. Mr. Botwinick was recently dised from the Marine corps and was stationed for two in the Pacific. He attended tl i Savage School for Physical Education, Rutgers university, and was graduated from New York university. EDITOR VISITS HERE Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg, of New York, editor of the Scripta Matimatica and head of the mathematics department at the Yeshiva university, is vacationing at Miami Beach with his brother-inlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. I iman. 1030 Washington ave. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour C. Esbin are making their home on Miami Beach after returning from their wedding trip recently. The bride is the former Miss Roslyn Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Miyers, 1575 Dre.xel ave., formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mr. Esbin i6 the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph Esbin. They were married on June 16 with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Mrs. Esbin was attended by Mrs. Joseph Hoodin. Miss Joyci Meyers and Miss Kuth Sherman. Martin Esbin served as his brother's best man and ushers were Stanley Nudk r. Jack Shapiro and Nat Slipman. NO 'COVER' CHARGE! Tonight we will furnish toupees to all bald-headed men so that they loo can LET THEIR HAIR DOWN! ZISSENg 1749 N. MIAMI AVE. -J! \l\ Warnl'l •> % % % %  < r Fun ItoOM PAINTING Interior-Exterior REPAIRING "A One Stop Service" ROOFING Licensed Insured FOR YOUR PROTECTION Better See Us for Estimate It Won't Cost You Anything FLORIDA STATE CONTRACTORS PHONE 58-3785 1105 5th Street, Miami Beach PfM lk. MINI HOMI l.ii,i, Tuna-Mato Sandwich Loaf A New Milchif Recipe "Tuna-Mato-Loaf", is not only a new, milching recipe; it's a new name. It's even a new idea. But call it what you will, we urge the readers of this publication to try our "Tuna-Mato-meicher for a Sunday night supper, when you'd like to make a big impression. Tuna-Mato Sandwich Loaf Remove cruttt from— 1 medium-sized loaf bread. Cut 1 slice lengthwise about 4inch thick. Hollow out center of loaf, leaving the side walls and bottom about Vi-inch thick. Cut cubes of bread out of center part. Toast. Combint witk— 1 6-oi. can tuna fish or salmon, drained and flaked 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped tt teaspoon celery salt 1 teaspoon grated onion '* teaspoon pepper. Moisten urith — V cup 'condensed cream of to• mato soup, undiluted. Mix well. Fill center of loaf with mixture. Top loaf with lengthwise •lice. Brush top and sides with melted butter. Bake in a moderately hot oven (376* F.) for 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Serve sauce (recipe below) over the baked sandwich loaf. Serves 6. Sauce Melt in saucepan — 2 tablespoons butter Remove from heat. J Add, then blend— 2 tablespoons flour. *• Add— 1 cup milk % up 'condensed cream of to mato soup, undiluted. i Gradually bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Serve hot over baked sandwich loaf. 'Mtdi b, Hum — ido'itd by tilt l/"io KING'S • SHOE REPAIR • 1679 Alton Road, M. B. 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PAGE TEN *Jewlst>fk>rl we say: Lay out a campaign When tackling something important. Check very carefully on the first impression you make on people. Or have someone else do a. someone who will give you honest answers. The first impression is the only way strangers lave Of evaluating you. Don't [put unnecessary handicaps in your path, through careless lack of thought. If you can get away with it. some small item will help, such as a watch chain with an >dd pendant, an odd dress pin. But don't be ridiculously different. Know your limitations and [stay withiti those boundaries. As you walk down the street, whom do you notice? Which strangers attract your eye? The person whoseface has a smile, whose clothes are well sot off, who have chosen their clothes and C( lor combinations well. You also notice and inwardly laugh at tlie freaks: the 50-year-old women who try to appear 20 by wearing skirts above their fat bow legs. So give yourself a "break" in personal appearance. It takes time and ever so little money. Mostly it takes thought and effort. REFUGEES LAND NEW YORK (JTA)—The Marine Flasher, first vessel to bring immigrants from Germany and Austria to the United States since the war broke out, "docked here this week with its second transport of refugees. The 573 passengers were the third group to enh I the country under President Truman's directive facilitating immigration to the United States. Harpo Marx was driving Lou Holtz down to Palm Springs the other day and toward the end of e journey he said, "We're lost." iked Lou, "How do you know?" iecausc it's snowing!" exclaimHarpo. And sure enough it was. They were only about 50 miles off and about 5,000 feet up from where they belonged! I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 Aad B Bur. It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producuf' Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Oux Para at •200 If. W. 12nd stzwt IN THE GREATER MIAMI HOUSES OF WORSHIP CONGREGATION BETH DAVID 135 N. W. Third Avenue Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Abraham S. Friedman Conservative Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Sabbath services, 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Friedman will officiate. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Chaie Are. at 4lit St., Miami B'ch Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Samuel Kelemer Liberal Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. High Holy days, Sept. 26, 1946. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 301-311 Washington Avenue Miami Beach Rabbi Moset Mescheloff Cantor Louis D. Feder Orthodox Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m., followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the "Portion of the Week." Religious school sessions Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. till noon. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17th Avenue Rabbi Murray Grauer Rev. Maurice Mamchei Orthodox Kabalas Shabbos, 7 p.m. Saturday morning sen-ices, 9 a.m. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the "Portion of the Week." Mincha, :15 p.m. Talmud Torah daily from 9 a.m. till noon. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will live on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 8. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 %  Was i Reform Rabbi Zwitman win J| MIAMI BEACH CENTER Rabm bring Lth. Cantor *££** ConierYaliTi Friday evening servi P.m. Saturday services Junior congregation, V Mincha, 7 p.m. S hal 715p.m Boy scout troop, tog, <:30 p. m Wednesday. Meeting to Discuss The possibility 0 f transy trie fcmma Lazarus Chanter! B'rith Women into a fiS Professional Women's gro^ chapter called for 8:30 Zl evening at the Miami Beach] ,„.„ W l Sar 'on Noat, Collins Transport I TnM.| •JN. r. EmnT Phone 3-0789 t* oTt X,A A9 10 0\A DRINK PLENTY OF C/^tipun W Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bortlc D-pn' a PHONE 2-4128 Per Annum CURRENT DIVIDEND On Insured Savings Accounts EACH account is insured safe to S5.000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of $15,000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and Executors. FUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. 1111 Lincoln Road Yi Block Eaat oi ABoc CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource* Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President



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ZJStlslJhrMtor, „„, Goldstein, daughV s HM.S Joseph OoldpMSkVi, became the w ofN ,. ni-iskv son of Mr. fi M T tO Las k vNV,00 S. W^ I Mrs a formal ceremony IVriilSunday. They are N 7nn their honeymoon, Tfhich they will return to jj Betty Lasky and Mr. and %VV i1 "s ,sters an t d ;,m-law of th groom, at*fj v^dinr f...m Miami, fjjjy was jraduated from 'Jfuniversity. bom wbWJ he L. ed a bachelor of business BfunSyoM "fie was a student at Wi ^Mary college in Wilnsburg. VaBERMANS WED L toneymooning in New 4 city, Mr. and Mrs. Leon ikerman', who were married in tark, N. J., Sunday, will reCir. Miami. Th. ouple is exfed back July 15. In. Ueberman, the former _j. Ida Arnold, wa I a member %  the faculty of the Chancellor awe school in Newark. Mr. berman has b< n active in %  A circles foi ny years and Lioc:atcd with the Ackerman \irance agency. lebbs Chapter Elects lernice Badanes was recently ted to head the DKBBS chap[olB'nai B'rith Young Women [thecoming year Other new peers are Dolly r hbein, viceadent: Joy Alpert, treasurer; riey Gilbert, red rding secrej;May Dolsky, corresponding Man'; Beverly Koch, publicjchairman; bene Jacobs, sergpt of arms, and Anita Powers, liter. !wry month the DEBBS act as tesses at the Pratt General i\ at bingo parties sponby the Won en's Service lie. hians Hold Card Party Beach Ten pie No. 43, I Sisters, will I old a bingo Icard party Wedm sday, July [8:30 p.m. at 533 West ave. tthments will be served. is no admission charge. lainment is tx ing planned |Hrs. Ruby K, mpl ir. Radio Program Honors Brandies The new radio series "Lest We Forget—These Great Americans" will dramatize the lives of Justice Louis D. Brandeis and Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in the fourth of a series to be heard Sunday morning over radio station WIOD at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by the Institute for Democratic Education, this radio program, which is broadcast SAM JAFFE weekly over WIOD, descriDes the contributions of the great men and women who left an indelible impression upon the world. The broadcast will point out the significance of the great Supreme Court opinions handed down by these justices. Sam Jaffe, well-known Broadway actor, plays the role of Justice Brandeis. Featured with Mr. Jaffe are Robert Gordon and Santos Artega. SWIM-DANCE PLANNED The Franklin Delano Roosevelt club of Greater Miami will sponsor its weekly swim-dance at the Blackstone hotel tomorrow evening. The pool will be open from 8 to 10:30 p.m. and dancing will continue from 9 to midnight. Refreshments and entertainment are also included. UJA NEARS GOAL More than $70,000,000 has been raised so far in the national $100,000,000 United Jewish Appeal campaign, Edmund I. Kaufman, national chairman for initial gifts, announced at a dinner in honor of his 60th birthday June 13th in New York. TOUBY NTIMG PACE FIVE CORP. HI „ ~Jtit(UI 4 35000 ltC£#s£o /mkumo frmtumt 669 N.W.6* SttmmL, MIAMI M, FLORID A Face Facts A new nation was born 170 y*rs ago. This week w c com '""""•ate the historical evSt thiough a celebration of the Fourth of July. The manner of celebration will vary according to the laws and .stoms of thvarious secUon! of our? 1 110 ', r ,,„m, states there will be mammoth displays of fireworks not pcrmittul during the war time, while in other states the commemoration will take less hazardous shape. No matter what form the actual memorializing may take, the significance of the patriotic day will remain the same. It wil commemorate the issuance of a maic document known as the Declaration of Independence which freed our forefathers of tyranny and oppression. In our neighboring State of Georgia a most significant Fourth of July fete will take place on renown Stone mountain. It will be recalled that the lofty granite of famous Stone mountain was recently desecrated by a hooded order of misguided zealots who chose its site to fan the sparks of hate and venom. This Fourth of July, the American Legion posts of Atlanta and environs have selected Stone mountain as the locale for its patriotic observance of the day when the U. S. of America became "a free and independent nation." Race-color-creed prejudices will be officially banm d from the' picture by the American Legion, much to the chagrin of the Klan leaders. Participating in the outstanding program, which will feature a mammoth parade, presentation of awards to war heroes of all creeds and color and a flag raising rally on the peak on Stone mountain, will be spiritual leaders of all religions, including a Negro minister. The important significance of Negro participation in the ceremony cannot be overestimated. The bed-sheet crackpots must be gnashing their teeth. The American Legion, one of the bulwarks of our democracy, is to be commended for sponsoring this 1946 Independence Day celebration in an atmosphere of interfaith and interracial understanding. United Synagogue Women 9 s League Ships Textbooks Overseas Via J.D.C. At llie Joint Distribution Committee warehouse in New York, Dr. Ilcrnliard k.ilni. Honorary Chairman of the J.D.C. European Executive Cornell, accept! the ftnl of 6,000 Hebrew and Yiddish textbooks conIribuled by the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America for shipment oversea! by the J.D.C to the displaced persons ramps in Europe, to Italy, Shanghai and other areas. I.eft to right. Dr. Kalin, Mrs. Samuel Spiegel, Chairman of Overseas Project! for the League, and Mrs. It.ii „cii E. Kopelman, President of the League. The texts, which are now ready for shipment, will be used in J.D.C.-supported educational training add retraining centers. They are fur use by children through the eighth grade. Successful State Bar Candidates Announced George J. Talianoff, Florida regional director of the AntiDefamation league, was among those that successfully passed the bar examination, it was announced this week. Other applicants from this area that passed included Sidney J. Berger, Monroe Gelb. Michael M. Isenberg, Samuel Miller, Joel P. Newman, Mortimer L. Podell, Samuel J. Powers, Morton Rothenberg, Robert D. Ross, Milton Schrier and Edward Walterman. Llfs Imurancs Estate* Authoritatively Programmsd NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. •07 Bl.cayn* Blrfg. Ph. 1-1414 or 4-9981 PAINTING AND DECORATING No Job Too Large or Too Small Licensed and Insured Work Guaranteed DAVE STONE, Ph. 5-2216 Flamingo Bar BELIEVE IT OR NOT 1614 Alton Road PREMIUM BEER BY THE CASE $4.50 PLUS DEPOSIT 58-9319 CHARLES LAWRENCE Registered Real Estate Broker WANTED — LISTINGS Houses and Apartments 427 N.E. 1st Ave. Ph. 9-2756 T" MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estata Service 60S Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 Highest Prices Paid For Junlc or Wrecked Cars For Badly Needed Paris. Call SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE 2320 N.W. 54th St. Ph. 78-2702 Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acuts medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. 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PAGE FOUR JewlstincrktiM FRIDAY M --THE NEWS IN VIEWSSCENES AT THE INAUGURATION OfMTESHIVA E ^IVERSITY THE FIRST JEWISH UNIVERSITY IN AMERICA MILESTONE IN HISTORY OF AMERICAN JEWRY SIX YEAR-OLD GIVES SAVINGS TO SAVE CHILD J UPPER LEFT! 1.000 persons including distinguished Mllfions, communaland educational leaden wenipnaaM t II... $1.000.n00 dinner lo inaugurate YeU.lv. University. Shown are leading public figure! and ''""<"'"; ca.or, among then, the presidents of New York colleges and un,ver>.l..-s.Dr. Harry C '*%**£$"&£ University! lr. George Shu.ter of Hunter College; Dr. Harry Ur.ght of City College, II 1 ER RIGHT: M York City Comptroller Lazarus Joseph, chairman, Committee of Sponsor of the Metropolitan area of the dr.xe 10 raise 15,000,000. CENTER LEFT: Former Cov. Herbert H. Lehman railing upon American Jews to support riSSnS Yed.lv. University's expansion program. CENTER HICHTj &md Levy, chairman, Roard of Directors. Yeshiva University; Dr. Bclkin; Dr. Ceorge D. Stoddard, New York -State CommissionerOl Education; Rabbi Menachcm Kaaher, eminent Biblical scholar and Or. Mordecai IWock former Chief Rtbbi and Senator of Latvia. Drs. Sloddard, Kasher. and Nurock received honorary degrees at the annual commence, in.nt. LO*tR RIGHT: The Doctor of Hebrew Literature degree awarded to graduates YesMva • Orailuate School was conferred upon Rabbi Akiba Predmesky, and Rabbi Moshe K, p. nr LOW hi LtKT: A group of the 52 Jewish chaplains, graduates of Yeshiva, who received at the dinner "scrolls of honor for service lo humanity. Six-year-old Stevic Veisatnan set an inspirinr example far at Fla.. campaign on behalf of V>e tl00.000.000 United Jei.h Apt Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine when be iirit>uled hilolilj {58.92—to the local drive for the relief, rehabilitation and rr-nlJ Europe's 1,400,000 destitute Jewish survivors. Stevit hid Urn ml weekly allowance for a bicycle but was so aroused l>\ repartl ol thJ of the 150,000 Jewish child survivors that he broke open liir piggy-bar donated all of his savings to the Tampa drive whirl, has already IM than 1117,000 against a goal of 1100.000. The $100,000,000 I'.J V .„ life-saving programs of the Joint Distribution Committee, iht Inild tine Appeal and the National Refugee Service. Paulette Goddard has been asmurdci <1.'Doited to sla signed to co-star with Gary CooAmerica. The film is per in "Unconquered," Parawith romantic and adve mount's Cecil B. DeMille epic episodes in the stirring Technicolor production. Says era of 1763 HIT new film 1 she's going to play a fiery English is smashing box-office lass, Abby Hale, convicted of everywhere. MEMO TO MR. BEVIN: HERBERT H. LEHMAN Former Governor of New York and Director General of UNRRA. has rejoined the Joint Distribution Committee as vice chairman and member of its executive committee. DR. SIMON GREENBERG Newly appointed Provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. These, Mr. Bevin, are relatives and friends waiting on the pier to welcome survivors of Naxi persecution, immigrating, to U.S.A. under the Truman directive. It looks as if quite a few Americans want them here. \s** TREASURY DEPARTMENT HONORS MONSKY and BISGYER WASHINGTON. D. C—Henry Monsky. president of B'nai B'rith, and Maurice Biagyer, national secretary of the order, were presented with silver medals by the U. S. Treasury department for their "magnificent leadership" in the B'nai B'jjtb war bond effort which resulted in the sale of $711,456,000 worth Cat bonds during the war by B'nai B'rith groupg througaVoajj the country. ?2r^ii r c£&3sj& r„ r oper r d by N ion 1 R < f T* e ; *: kind of heln ihev n,JI NR *.<"*. h newcomers apply for every s .f & tettSSH ScntMftr* e ommun rlcon*' h.neee.l.v.'K^; |ilt dJ eon for whom he* for seven yes" ,oc doeatA w. n ? ^r... r "" L lB v,n •'" that U. S. A. ewiab Appeal for 1944. Scenes above were takej ^ M mercy ahip from GatW-wy. corpor'^ before this, when agency ga|/ j ilh M basis for vi... for most •flMJ „, |.,sl, Agency's program, with e~Prr.t „ „, | ties throughout country, will e Ike, are well-adiuaud Amerirai*



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1946 ^kwlstrhrldfon j^B Directors Resigns USO Post Leon Schulman, who has served i"*" rfirci'tor for the USO ^ t hear n C f the National Jewish divf n rd f ( ,r the past year, Welfare nouBced his resignat.on. has annouecu Ju]y eiit TZ being stationed in the I Be0 !" F 3narea.Mr.Schul^ u,he ^ suva director of the ^^StcrSer Miami AEp^ram for the armed M at Its peak and worked ff^Siousorantotto !" of *'^.or M ami for the benefit of K*2£. The Snack Bar ?*Xr Miami Army-Navy rtiSTand other committee C "l wee under his direction. kfliJuidation of the Miami jS Servicemen's Hous.ng cor.inn is now being arranged ?S resigning director. After Sr business in New York. nere still remains a regular CSOposttobe lull ed and a successor to Mr. Schulman will be assigned by the National Jewish Welfare board. PAGE SEVEN Miss Natalie Frankel Announces Engagement Mr. end Mrs. M. H. Frankel, 1808 James ave., announce the engagement of their daui I Natalie, to Martin Genet, son of Mr and M,s. Harry Genet, 1036 Michigan ave., this week. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Frankel is past president Of Junior Hadassah with Mr. Genet a vice president of Bi th Jacob Congregation. Both, are affiliated with numerous organizations. Both Miss Frankel and Mr. Genet are graduates of the University of Miami Law school. Miss Frankel's father is well known in this area for his communal activities. He was one of the founders and served as president of the Miami Beach .1 Center as well as the Jewish Home for the Aged. SIEGAL-ARONOVITZ HADASSAH PLANS TWO EVENTS Ifbi Malvina Weiss, assistant 0 -inc:pal of the Miami Beach Elementary school, will be the guest .peaker at a regular meeting of the Business and Professional Women's division of Hadassah to be held Monday evening at 8:30 at the Beach Y, 1 Lincoln rd. Final plans for the Showboat moonlight sail to be held July 17 will be discussed at the meeting. Special guests of the chapter on the boatride will be convalescing veterans of the Pratt General hospital. A rhumba contest, entertainment, and dancing have been arranged for the affair. Reservations may be made by calling Edyth Fleischer at 5-4459 in the earlv evening. B.B. TO HONOR PAST PRESIDENT A diamond past president's pin will be presented to William "Bill" Pallot, past president of the Broward County Lodge B'nai B'rith, at a regular meeting of the Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith to be held Tuesday evening at the Elks club. Mr. Pallot is one of the lodge's membership drive team captains and has pledged that his team will secure 75 new members. Entertainment and pep talks centered around the 1,000 and a home membership drive will be presented. Reports of the membership drive by the team captains will be featured at the weekly B'nai B'rith luncheon at the Downtown club today. Rabbi Addresses Zionists Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Temple Beth Jacob was the guest speaker at a regular luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District luncheon club Wednesday at the National hotel. Rabbi Mescheloff is one of the leaders of the Zionist movement in this area and spoke on "Unrest In Palestine." Twin City Council Elects The AZA-BBG Twin City council elected Walter Traurig president at a meeting recently. Other officers are Jai k Platt, vice-president: Donna Feldman, secretary, >nd Sidney Grossberg, treasurer. The council, under supervision of Hiss Gerti jd( Carnovsky, is Planning the Voice of Youth" sries of pi. NURSES RECRUITED FOR RED CROSS Nobel Prize Winner Assisted by National Council of Jewish Women to Become American Citizen The ( ngagement of Miss Dorothy Siegal, of Far Rock L. I.. N. Y., to Mr. Abi Arom vitz, of this city, was announced this week. Miss Siegal formerly served as secretary for Miami l< dge of B'nai B'rith. Details of the wielding will bo forthcoming. PALMER INJURED Sidney H. Palmer, owner of the Palmer Funeral home and the Miami Monument company, suffered a mishap Monday which Las confined him to the Jackson Memorial hospital. While at the monument plant he was injured by a falling monument. Dr. Olio Loevrl, renowned Austrian Irientist, winner of the Nobel Prize for medicine and physiology in 1936, i< shown being congratulated upon reteiving hia \merican citizenship by Mr-. Irving M. EngM of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1 K 1 Broadway, New York City. As research Professor of Pharmacology, Dr. Loewi expect* to continue his research on the physjolog) ..f the heart al the New York University College of Medirine, where he recent I j received an honorary degree in crience. The seventy-three year old doctor m .c to ihicountry in IV10 after being taken into "protective custody in Vu-lria, ami after teaching in F.imlanil anil Relgium. Mrs. Esther It. Kaunitz, director of Council's Service to Foreign Horn department, which has aided countless refugeei to obtain their citizenship, looks on. OLD CLOTHES SOUGHT for Rerr CONVALESCENCl ~J CHRONIC utsa ] Sun-RayPark e a Ith Resort Vv SIMO o toonu-i C~ i£n%sStfSr1^ i Gables Group Meets Sunday George Talianoff, regional director of the' Anti-Defamation league, will be the guest speaker at a regular meeting of the Coral Gables Jewish center Sunday at !1 p.m. at the University Hillel house, 3306 Ponce de Leon blvd. Thi re will be entertainment after the meeting and everyone is welcome to attend. In an effort to recruit at least 40 student nurses to begin training at Jackson Memorial hospital Sept. 11, members of the nurse recruitment committee of the American Red Cross this week began to contact recent high school graduates in a house-tohouse canvas. A critical shortage of nurses still exists even though the war is over, according to Miss Isabelle Mustard, superintendent of nurses at the hospital. Educational as well as recreational facilities are offered to students. Further information can be obtained either at American Red Cross headquarters or at Jackson Memorial hospital. A plea for old clothes is being made by the Greater Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief society. The group is planning a rummage sale for Sept. 11, 12 and 13 in an effort to raise money to help the needy tubercular patients. The clothes may be delivered to 1520 S. W. 11th tcr., or will be picked up by calling 78-2098 or 4-0353. AZA Names Sweethearts Sweetheart. ,f AZA chapters "2 and 519 of the Junior B'nai Bnth win be named at the annual s Wectht ,,.. formal to be held %  the Policemen's Benevolent asjwation Sunday evening. Walter "aurig is dance committee chair!" >nHarold Weinberg, Sidney wwherg and Eugene Heiman w also on the committee. Owning day audiences at Sam ^Idwyn's "Kid From Brooklyn" %  Publicity men a jolt when "response to questioning, 40 per "i of the pi-ture-goers Said it col V T :sini; that brought them gated to 2 5 per ce B nt who publicity. But 60 per cent Wfctedthat they were Danny ins : •ykow .*** fans and would have come l aying i n Ha v .-~ n0 matter wnat he *• Babbi Joseph & RackoTAy "g s. W. Sth St. p hona 2-7431 B'NAI B'RITH HEARS REVIEW Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. lecturer and book reviewer, reviewed The Great Conspiracy by Michae 1 Severs and Albert Kahn at a joint met ting of the Miami Beach men's lodge and women's chapter of B'nai B'rith Tuesday evening in the National hotel auditorium. Mrs. Weinstein is affiliated with the Greater Miami Speakers' bureau. Walter Kovner. prograi> chairman, handled the meeting arrangements. CUSTOM MADE VENETIAN BLINDS PLACE ORDER YOUR NO W Very shortly we will be able lo offer an unlimited quantity of materials for New Venetian Blinds. 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I i N PAGE SIX Plant ar.d Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 21 HI Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1M0, at the Port Office of Miami, Kla., under the Act of March, i, 1S>< 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 U7 Miami 18, Florida, Friday, July 5, 1946 TAMMUZ 6. 570G JULY FOURTH Celebrating the Fourth of July this year, American Jews will be especially mindful of the situation of the Jews of Palestine. The men of the American Revolution proclaimed the doctrine "that resistance to tyranny is obedience to doctrine.' This same doctrine is being expounded by the Jews of Palestine, who are resisting a tyranny which is not only heartless to the condition of the suffering Jews of the displaced persons camps, but a tyranny which has exposed itself to the world as one whose word and solemn promise cannot be trusted from clay to day. It is a strange thing. Today, the Jews of Palestine can find inspiration for their struggle in the story of the founding of America and of the fight which was necessary to attain its liberty. Yet the founding fathers of America found inspiration in the Bible story of the Jews of Palestine. The struggle in Palestine has assumed a new pattern. It now obviously cannot rely on moral suasions. Mr. Bevin and Mr. Attlee plainly do not understand this language. It was Mr Bevin who proposed the creating of the Anglo-American Palestine Inguiry Committee and it is this same Mr. Bevin who now repudiates his proposals, and it is probably this same Mr. Bevin who is responsible for the return of the Mufti to the Near East Such a man as this does not understand any appeals to humanity. He can be taught only by forms of pressure. In Palestine, the Hagana is bringing this piessure In America, we shall have to mobilize the full t'orco of our pressure on the political organizations. The world never gives you anything for the asking. You have to force it. In Palestine, the Jews are showing that they are willing to give unstinted of "their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor" as our own Declaration of Independence puts it. WE FACE A TEST The lifting of OPA and its many restrictions creates as much, if not more, of a problem than heretofore. We were faced with the task of educating our fellowman, landlord and merchant with the need for conforming to regulations during its life. Once again the struggle to instill conimonsense and understanding among the people must begin. During this period of comparable chaos where future government action is indefinite, there remains to be retained those intangible assets so necessary to our people. Running wild without fear or favor at this time will with certainty boomerang. It will bounce back at us as individuals and as a people. We face a test of loyalty to country, people and ourselves. Let us meet it+JeMfbfMto£L JEWISH QUIZ BOX By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox (Copyright, 1946, J. T. A.) DISAPPOINTING The Zionist election held here last week was most disappointing. After all the ballyhoo and effort expended, the total vote showed a sad turnout. The knowledge that the local Zionist groups have from time to time demonstrated real accomplishments and on this important occasion fallen down, is most disheartening. The number of shekolim sold and the potential number of eligible votes bears this out. To put the linger on the cause or place the blame on any of the reasons either announced or undisclosed, would at this time accomplish little. This instance should serve as an exomple that better coordination and cohesiveness of all Zionists is needed to accomplish our objective. THE FIRST LESSON QUESTION: Why is the Mezuzah placed upon lhe doorstep in a slanting position? ANSWER: In the Talmudic ii.Kti.te ol "Mcnachoth," there seems to be a difference of opinion between the commentaries and R. Tam) as to whether the Mezuzah should be placed in ,i vertical or horizontal position. It was, therefore, decreed later on by the authorities that the Mezuzah be placid in a slanting ition, since this would be a compromise between the two opinions. QUESTION: Why is lhe name of God (Shadai) inscribed on lhe outer surface of lhe Mezuzah? ANSWER: The "Zohar" requires tinname of God to be written exactly opposite the word "Vthaya" which is the first word of the second paragraph contained in the writings of the Ah zuzah. Il SO happens that "Mezuzah" is equal (in alphabetic letters) to "Adonoy" which is God's name. The letters of the word "Vehaya" are the same as those of on< of God's names. The three Hebrew letters of God*s name are said to be the abbrcvia: the phrase "shomer Dalsos Y. ro< i" which means "the watcher (or he watches) the doors of Israel." The Mezuzah being, in a sense, a symbol of the omnipres>i God and his protective sanctity, is duly labeled by the word "Shadai" which is both one i God's names as well as the abbreviation of the fact that he guards the doors oi Israel, and efore befittingly adorns the object that is placed upon the doors. Then is a prevalent opinii n among writers that this custom of inscribing the name of God in such a fashion was done to counteract an t ally pagan custom of placing some idol near the door to represent a God who watches the door, as well as the abode, from all vil. It is said, thus, that the Jews invented this symbolism of their own to show that there is no one but the one and the true God, who guides the destiny of man. and watches over his subjects. QUESTION: Why is it customary upon leaving the house or passing by a Mezuzah to pul one's hand upon it and to kiss it? ANSWER: From Talmudic sources (Abodah Zarah, 11) it thi i it was done even then. When Onkeles, the proselyte was asked why he did so, he answered that it was to show that our God watchi the entrances and exits >f his people particularly unlike human rulers who sit in their 'bodes and have their servants watch over them. Kissing the hand after touching the Mezuzah pr< bably would h, a token of love and appreciation towards the Almighty for his protection. (Talmud Yi rushalmi, Berochos). civic GROUKTASK EFFECTIVE F. E. P. C. NEW YORK (JTAl-A proposal that civil liberties organizations be permitted to file complaints against discriminatory employment practices was made here by Will Maslow, director of the American Jewish Congress' commission on law and social justice, at a public hearing of the New York State Commission Against Discrimination on proposed new rules governing its procedure. At present only ,„_. dividuals may fil e requests for %  =sVS, investigation and action FRIDAY, July S, Reform Rabbis Picket British Consulate Protesting Mass Arrests (By Special Correspondent) CHICAGO, July 1.—Marching on the British consulate, 50 Reform rabbis staged an unprecedented demonstration here to protest against mass arrests of Jews in Palestine and "other acts of violence and terror by the British tantamount to war." The rabbis, including many leading figures in the Central Conference of American Rabbis and several former chaplains, attracted a large crowd as they picketed tle consul offices on Michigan avenue about midnight Saturday. They had just left the closing session of the annual convention of the conference which had condemned the "unconscionable arrest" of the Jewish Agency officers and thousands of other Jews. Placards carried by the rabbis read: "Jewish Chaplains Protest," "Friends of Democracy Jailed by Gestapo Tactics—Release Them." "Hitler Comes to Palestine," and "Imperialistic Brutality Must End." It was said to be the first time members of the Central Conference (Reform) had picketed or demonstrated in such fashion as a group. The temper of the rabbis, aroused by British operations in Palestine over the weekend, was indicated in the final session of the conference. Rabbi David Philipson of Cincinnati, 84-year-old clean of the American Reform rabbinate and in the past a consistent anti-Zionist, received an ovation when he associated himDIRECTOR RE-NAMED TO HEAD JSSB Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service bureau, was re-elected to direct the bureau's activities. The action took place at a meeting of the directors held last Monday. Cohen has served the organization for the past year, coming to Miami from Atlanta. A suggested plan to divorce the Baron de Hirsch Loan fund from the bureau was discussed. Albert Quadow, secretary of the Loan fund, presented the committee's report, which advocated the establishment of a separate free loan organization to secure broad community support with the possibility of a paid membership and Federation affiliation. TO REPORT ON DRIVE Louis Heiman, chairman of the 1.000 and a Home membership drive of Sholem lodge B'nai B'rith, announced thai reports of the 20 team captains will be made at the regular luncheon meeting at the Downtown club today. B'NAI B'RITH (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) dude a membership rally and social at one of the Beach cabana clubs, as well as individual solicitation of a list of prospects by membership committee members. Serving with Abbott on the drive are: Isadore Aronovitz, Bamett Beckerman, Walter Berman, George M. Cohen, Jerry Harry Day, Irving Firtel, Jacob Fishman, Seymour Frishman, Arthur D. Frishman, Joseph H. Gardner, S. A. Goodman, Edward Hen, Sam Lachman, Martin Lipman, Isaac Mannheimer, Abe H. Mazor, Al Osheroff, A. L. Perper, Mortimer Raskin, Morris Raubfogel, Max Singer, N. James Siegendorf. Sam Wiesen, Jack August, Sol Goldstrom, Leo Chaikin, Dr. Alexander Libow, Alfred Oboler, Isadore Tannen, Siegfried Geismar, Leo F.isenstein, Emanuel Goldstneh, George J. Talianoff and Montague Rosenberg. self with the resolution tenBi the latest British action as? S? to th -; In a moving speed,, RJ PhiUpaon suggested that the ,J\ lution be presented to President Truman by a delegation and of fered to serve on the delegatuJ Dr Julian Mnrgenstern,' S fij of H b r Union 5 had seconded the resolwfi which was passed unanimous? A spokesman of the protean,, rabbis declared that "the S' have thrown a boomerang C, cause tragedy always unites rl pie. The spirit 0 f resentment and resistance shown by these Re form rabbis reflects the reacuJ of the Jewish people throughout the world to what the British have done." BRITAIN SIEZES JEWISH AGENCY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) baum and David Remez, It was l reported that Rabbi Meir Berlin, world president of the Mizrachi j organization, had also been seized, but he was not mentioned in [ the communique. The communique praised the I great "restraint" shown by British soldiers and said in only a I few cases had it been necessary to use firearms It said that three Jews were killed and 13 hospitalized, although according to Jewish sources five were killed, and | scores wounded. Among those arrested during I the raids on numerous colonies was a former U. S. Army air force flyer, Henry Z. Stein, who flew 26 missions over Berlin. Stein, who is a student at the Haifa Institute of Technology, was visiting his sister at the colony of Shaar Haamakim. near Haifa, when the troops arrived. He was invited to act as an interpreter, but when the raid was over be | was also arrested. Another victim was MeirYaarU the leader of the Hashomer Hazair, and one of the firmest opponents of terrorism and violence. He was seized in Tel Aviv and is now in the Latrun prison. The Arab reaction to the raids] varied. Gen> rally the Arabs remained quiet, neither indicating! approval nor disapproval, bull their leaders' attitude might bej summed up as follows: the raids were fine, but they did not go| far enough. CAN YOU HELP? An urgent appeal is being made by lhe Children's Sernct bureau to find foster homesjM needy Jewish children in order that they may live in homes their own faith. These children are not for adoption, but need a home until their pew can care for them again. A baby girl, three month old; a five-year-old boy. % %  brother and sister. 14 and %  need immediate pl !" en, r | bureau is a Community CM. agency and will pay bo rd S children. It will of J ery possible assistance to fo.t.r parents in an effort make the placement a MPW ^h. bureau is tejjj peoplewho love chudien g problem*. All o the ft*, the children will be discus with the foster jOTjW The Greater Miami Rs cal association urges'* Jewish families of Mum he*, to this desperate pW^ Those interested jJJ5 ed to call MUs Ruth .** the Children Sernce 2-3166.



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BHL i^i^i^i^BeSBBBBBBJ [BBJIB BUB1II5 PAGE EIGHT 9>Je*lsl>nt>rldtot}_ \ Mr. JOM-BII I*. Welt (*cond from right), of Detroit. President of the National Council of Jewish Women, and Mrs. Irving M. Engel (at right), of New York, Chairman of Counril s •National Committeo on Service to 5 Foreign Born, were at Pier 95, Hud•soniRiver, New York, when the "S. S. Marine Flasher" docked, to greet the third contingent of immigrants to ar'rive in America under President Truman's immigration directive. They are shown above discussing the place of the displaced person in America with Chaplain (Capl.l Isaiah Rackovsky (at left), U. S. Army, who traveled on thehoat as a representative of the Joint Distribution Committee; and Bernard Dubin. Administrative Assistant of .the National Kefng.e Service. Council, which has been engaged in Service to Foreign Born for 13 years, is merging its national program Iwith the'National Refugee Nrvire Program into a new major natfonal welfare agency. New Book Shop Opens Store In Coral Gables Opening of The Bookworm, owned and operated by Stanley BromberR and Bernard C Gross, was announced this week. U> cated at 214 Valencia aye., m Coral Gables, the store will carry etchings, prints, water colors and greeting cards in addition to a complete line of books. A large stock of books of particular interest to Miami's Jewish population will be carried at all times, and orders will be taken for any titles not in stock. Telephone and mail orders will be filled the same day they are received, and will be delivered by car or mail. There will be a reception on opening day, Saturday, July 6, and refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Zuckermandel Unveiling The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Selma Zuckermandel will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Murray Grauer of the Miami Jewish Orthodox congregation will officiate. Friends and relatives are asked to attend. The late Mrs. Zuckermandel was the sister of Mrs. Max Halperin of Miami. Arrangements are in charge of. Mr. Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. MODELING SCHOOL TO OPEN ON BEACH More than $00,000 was spent by 20th Century-Fox on tests for "Forever Amber," says Producer William Perlberg. Bill says tests | were made from top principles (VVfli: 1I1WUL a. *.<•#. ~it a-weeks course in charm in class or rf(nvn to t h c lowliest atmosphere private instruction. player, and included several hunAlong with the training. Mrs. dred persons. The high expendiModeling. demonstrations, heRubin will feature fashion shows ture was made on the theory that ,. ., ,. '., ... !" |bv absolute proper casting there lures, individual grooming studies | throughout the winter. The I;^ bf> ^ ,. |M;lkes of scenes and ballet are being featured by \ school will specialize in training mf j ,) u director could shoot the new Doranne School of CharmIchildren for mode'ing, and will (faster. Bill claims that already at 1034 Fifth st.. bung opened i offer music lessons for anyone I benefits are accruing to this great ... • %  < ... .1 .^r^.Yx-rH ir.fir,r dYncnQp Kv less this week by Mrs. Ann Rubin and her daughter, Doris, who is a professional model. In an effort to help girls attain re self-confidence and poise : with lessons in grooming. hair styling and cosmetics, the school is offering a special six interested. I pro-prod.'."tion expense, by less Additional" information can be, time having to be spent on rehad by calling 6-1773. Ihcarsal of scenes. DAVID R. BAIN REALTOR 7232 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-1140 Alka-Seltzer H AVE you tried Afce-Selt•er for CM M> Bteeaaae. Bomr Slsasck, "Mernlef After" and CM Wetx.ee t If not, why aott Pleaeaai, prompt in action, effeeeir*. Thirty rente end Slrtr rente. OR. MIL :-. NERVINE F OR relief from Functional Mrvoua Dieturbaneee each nfl Bleeelee.neee, Crenkineea. XlcHaMIMr, Nerrone Heedeefce and Neeie— \mdilution. Teblete U and TM. 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