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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME: 20 NUMBER 24
:. =,M1AMl '8 FLQRIDA. FRI1 ;,riT
1947
PRICE: TEN CENTS


McNarney Sees DP Jews Facing Crisis
Admission Of S
WASHINGTON (JTA)Admission of displaced persons to
the United States would serve the "self-interests" of this country
and provide the only "logical, humane and practicable sol
fon" of the DP problem, Rep. William G. Stratton. Republican
Illinois, told the House sub-committee on immigration, at the
opening of hearings on his bill providing for the admission of
400,000 DP's at the rate of 100,000 annually, using unfilled war-
time quotas.
Representative Stratton listed the non-repatriable DP's in
Europe at 850.000. Of these 80 per cent are Christians, while
the others Jewish, "most of
whom : ": livc in lne
hopi. | to Palestine," hu
said.
He appended to his prepared
testimony ei| it exhibits which
list son tional labor, vet-
eran.-, rel is, women's, social
and wi-lf..... iganizations repre-
senting ovei til million people.
whosupp1'- immigration of DP's
to the Urn: States; editorials.
magazine artii li s and newspaper
columns, local citizens' commit-
tees and pn minent citizens sup-
porting the bill.
Strong opp tion to the bill
rat voiced Hep. Ed Gossett,
Democ vho contend-
ed that thl tl : States hole
do responsil for DP's. "Be-
cause ft'i : the war to lib-
erate thesi be asked Rep.
- :i. : mean to say
ehavi ver here'.'"
Gossef. pp isition of the
urvivors Would Aid US, Solons Told
d nersnnts to *
= HEIMAN UN 1
American .aid Veterans of .
HOLDS PARLEY
HERE SUNDAY
The annual
Florida State lepart
ish War Veti
one-day i ion Sunda;
at the K
Miami Bea< h, aei i
ward Levini ; I
of the Miami JWV.
Abe S. Goldi n,
1 ment comma:.
the Miami B
Side at th<
lowing registral
which is
The election ol ni
[ will take place di
noon an I in l
AS PRESIDENT'
OP DISTRICT 5
"
In
H

N
A, W
Foreign \\\ any increased
tnmigrat
Strati n I that as a mem-
ber of b ith mizations, he did
Hot believe I I the views of the
heads ol groups always
tepresenl i .. ws of a sub-
stantial numl ei of the members.
towett ; that if Stratton
^'d gam upport of the
kgion ana I VFW. "I'll vote
fcr your bill." Throughout the
taring ated that this
JW'try obligations to let
! we alien enl "This is our
Stratt,:. ,iZ(, d',(": "' I i s existing im-
inch, with their
Waring t< ; and usual require-
pply to the DP's
f';n: to the United
Hues,
Attacking argument that
te with Ameri-
^fu' jobs, Stratton
I"*!"1"'! let! supporting his
"ffon A.K.L President Wil-
R.Grle' IO. President
h?i. "'' ln"<>duced
\iV- !s of "***"
, A prize winners.
tdT-t".....,red reugeea
S" and in
aciencc."
an,aetical and
E uncertain unless the U. S.
E "f tht' Dp's"
S>an RePUbl,can
at a :
Philip O'C mm 11, U. S. stal
attorney for Palm B
will be the j
will be inl Foe L
of West Pi lm B
ice Klein, ni '
Beach councilman, will bi
installing offu ei
Dancing an I
will climax thl
which over -ton d
guests are ex]
pate.
i's Who in Amer-
ican Men of
I
of Maine,
sub-committee,
[Caiurt, grettable" that
ICl and South
"St.,
yet accepted
M'j!x\ 1>ut insisted
W 2 s take the lead
KL ,eXamPle f"r other
KortS'I1 li existing dmh-
!*... id would stim-
fctaL?* h "' u'c nati
ion which,
langer of being
""'f'Ppcd by Russia.
Miami AJC Chapter
Organized At Meet
A meeting n Jun<
home of Mrs. Mark G
organization
Florida Won en's Dn
American Jew
ed Dan Satii
dent, and Mai .. K lj
president p
organized Miai i
AJC
Harrj
gave a ba<
tory in thi Unit
to an expl
tion and work i I th. UC
Others elect, d
fices wen Mi S
and Mr. Nathan, i
Mrs Lou G
the Floi l< W Di\
filled in on the recei
the congi i
aw,
munity intei r< lal
Those i
Sokoloff,
Sob i. Mill a Rubin, H



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"
:

She.-. Sidney SI |
Nathan, and Gi
They will be inclu led
members of the m
the roll of chart.
was decided, woul
until official i lei >ns
All rabbis in the Mian.
bt contacted
Ihe new chapter.
Pogc 4)
WERNERSVILLE. Pa. (JTA) Anti-Semitism is still rife in some
of Europe and the position of the surviving remnants of
European Jewry is movinq rapidly toward a crisis, Gen. Joseph
McNarney, former commander of the U. S. forces in Ger-
. declared this week-end at an emergency conference of
United Jewish Appeal. General McNarney's speech was
by Chaplain Herbert Friedman- who formerly served on
3 general's staf,. McNarney was grounded in New York by
:eather.
General McNarney expressed the hope that the U.N. "will
chieve a just solution to the
hiAyiiLUS IS EYED
SI1F01
IS HOSPITAL SITE
announcement that the
pita! struc-
n over by the
I : as ,i site foi
t. S pital has aroused
ble '. it was
with a
. the Miami
C i Commerce
5, urging that
pi 'liable
as well as the
. the sti ucture
nated by the
.lustration in favor
Biltmorc
I G ibles.
to Bai on de Hirsch
I the Mt. Sinai
und campaign,
purchasing the
ild be welcomed,
. i y of the
tedly di clared to
: bj Army engi-
1 that I be Nautilus
'. iceable. Ad-
Meyer
ount of equip-
'; V A, and
asked for the
Dr. Abraham L. Sachar
To Leave Hillel Post
Dr. Abraham L. Sachar will
officially announce his resig-
nation noxt week as national
director of Hillel and its 167
foundations.
The information was re-
ad by Sachar during an
address before the Fifth Dis-
:.:z! convention of B'nai B'rilh
hold here early this week. He
.. osed thai he would relin-
quish his post to Rabbi Arthur
Lciyveld. former executive di-
rector of the Committee for
Unity on Palestine, who has
boon associated with Hillel for
some time.
Sachar said he would spend
some lime assisting Rabbi Lely-
veld and would then take a
sabbatical leave from all pro-
fessional activities, beginning
Jan. 1, though he is consider-
ing an invitation to serve as a
member of the national Hillel
Advisory council. Dr. Sachar
and his family will move to
California, where he intends to
devote himself to writing.
A tribute was rendered Dr.
Sachar at the convention, when
delegates established a book-
shelf in his honor at the He-
brew university in Palestine
and presented him with a per-
sonal engraved silver memento.
problem of Palestine" so that the
wishes of the majority of the
00 .lews in the DP camps to
emigrate there may be fulfilled.
After reviewing the barely toler-
able lot of the DP's and the ap-
proaching conclusion of UNRRA
activities. McNarney called on
American Jewry to take up some
of the ""slack" which will result
from the I.R.O.'s inability to fur-
nish as much assistance as did
UNRRA and the intergovern-
ment committee on refugees.
Presenting a picture of the
I.R.O.'s resources, he pointed out
that it had available a budget of
only SI50.000,000 "to cover the
needs of more than a million
DP's all over the world. The
Staff of the I.R.O. will number
approximately 700 at the peak
for the world. Compare this
with the far larger sums which
were available to UNRRA and to
the iiaff of 5,000 in Germany
alone which UNRRA commanded.
Remember, too, that the I.R.O.
will incorporate the activities of
the intergovernmental committee
efugees. This adds up to a
vi v drastically reduced program
of aid for the DP's in Germany,"
he said. "It means that a much
greater responsibility will be
placed on private agencies like
the Joint Distribution committee.
Dwelling upon the role of the
U. S. Army in assisting the Jews
in Germany and Austria, he
stated: '"Army funds that can
'be used to help the DP's are not
inexhaustible. Growing difficul-
ties stand in the way of utilizing
supplies which up to now have
' been taken from the German
economy for assistance to DP's.
I do not mean to say that the
| American Army intends to stop
trying in every way possible to
I do what it can. On the con-
| trary, we shall redouble our ef-
forts to fin* ways and means of
carrying on this desperately
ih. clad assistance. But we can-
not do it alone."
He also pointed out that the
caloric ration was recently re-
.laced by some HI per cent, bring-
ing it down to "barely a subsist-
ence level." Surplus Army and
captured enemy equipment from
which clothes were furnished.
housekeeping and work equip-
ment and medical supplies are
practically exhausted, he report-
ed. "All these are elementary
needs. They must be maintained
on at least their present level,"
Gen. McNarney asserted, adding.
"if they are not, I think you
know what is almost certain to
happen, especially when the vic-
tims, through no fault of their
own. have lived through years
of horror and sufferings, have
I seen their loved ones tortured and
cremated, have seen their hopes
for a new life after the war dash-
ed to earth again and again."




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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 194?
Gerrye Gewertz Is Wed
To Leonard Hyman Here
The wedding of Miss Gerrye
Gewertz to Leonard Hyman. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hyman.
1531 S. W. Sixth St., was an-
nounced here recently by the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs
.
Leonard Covan Is Groom
Of Texas Girl Sunday
Leonard Lewis Covan, s >n <
I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan,
2318 S W 20th St., Miami, will
lake as his bride on Sunday, June
15, Miss Sydell Feldman. daugh-
;,: ,,f Mrs I.'.ly Goodman Feld-
man, Corpus Chi isti, Ti xas, and
Mr. David Feldman, of New
The wedding, to be performed
bj Rabbi Sidney Wolf, will take
Temple Beth El in
( i: pus Christi.
Covai iduati
ami Si nior High
tended the University
Z" "
Beta Tau H< served
Navy tfoi tw
His bridi
pus Chi isti H:.-
I thi Cnivi
Delta Ph
Epsilon s
Following a
Havana, the couple will
M iami.
Edith Shier Is Wed
In Impressive Rites
\,, ible ring
June 8, .1 Miss Edith
.; nd M i
I S er.,1236 S W 21 '
Personally Speaking
_ fl li 4" n n m____ ^k 1 I ^-* i j^ ** U-l ^ I #~* I *
Mi. and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, 1631 Meridian c
Miami Beach, and their son Mark, will spend the next three
monthr traveling and sightseeing. They will attend the wed
ding of Mr. Tanenbaum's sister in New York late in June
will return to Miami Beach in September.
ie, and
Nathan A. Gewertz, 624 Collins
ave., Miami Beach.
The couple, both gra
Miami Senior High school, v
united at Beth David syn
on June 1 by Rabbi Max S
The bride was attended by hei
sister, HeU-n. as maul of honor,
while Sidney Hyman. brother of
the brid acted as
man.
A reception ai Club 79, Hi
followed the
which the newlyweds left I u a
honeymoon in Hendei
N. C.
The couple will mi
home at 1632 Mi : liar ave Mi-
ami Beach.
Joyce Lichtenstein Wed
To Frank Zieve June 1
Sun ning nu| '
M .1 Lichl and
D : Zievi wi i held
me 1 in I
R with F
:. iting T
the da i ti M n I Mi -
134 Dn X' I
vt-. Mian i Beach. Mr. /
the .- m ol Mr. and Mrs, R
292 N. W 32nd st. M
Natalie Goodman to Get
Salem Academy Diploma
Scheduled to re< i ploma
from Salem acadi n y, Win I >n-
Salem. N, C, is Miss Nat
Goodman, daughter of Dr and
Mrs. Morris Goodman. 3619 Fla-
mingo dr., Miami 11
Miss Goodman has been
member of the academy dramat-
ics society for three years, a
member of the glee club I
years as well as lecture commit-
tee representative. She was hon-
orably mentioned for academic
achievement this spring.

%
urdine's
Blue Denim
Play Clothes
JJ.98 to $4-50
Again Burdine's has won-
derful Blue Denim coordi-
nated playclothes .
popular for sailing, fish-
ing, gardening, or just
loafing. Sanforized shrunk
to launder well. Pointed
np with gay, red piping.
Sizes 10 to 18 in the group.
shorts.....$2.98
halter.....$1.98
pedal pushers $3.50
jacket.....$4.50
MIAMI BTORB, BKACHWBAB,
THIRD BTjOOB .\i.s<> AT
BURDINE'S LINCOLN ROAD
to Bernard A] n if
Mi s Mai ii Appli baum, 1715 S W
2
i: Mi x Shapiro ofl
.it tin was held
I. n
llllled
nd Tom Gould and Mi
Sam W of Philadelphia:
Mr Zion. ol
A.1 11 : Mi and M G
.: Mrs. ] a-
! Shii M
A High
iliss S
1 m Resei ve university in 1
11
\
n 1 membei of thi
club, ilso a

Appli bau
Miami ii
:
nd I
M :
choli'. 4 ll< spent foui
il mi
cars in the Pai I
ding lesl t Bel 1' ivid
R IF
. 1 B L hi 1 u p
honeymoon in the
Attended by he-:' ti G
as maid of honor, the I
a gown of 1
satin and her m I 1
veil of chantilly lai
[ seed pearl Phi
mar was Howard Levine and
Gi n Millei.
tin Goldbi g, Saul P
.1 ie Pardo, Stanlej Saval and
Stanli W A rei
dinner for 1(10 guests followed
the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests included
Mr. and Mi s William Zie>
Baltimore. Dr. and M
M. Allen of Baj onne, N, J., gi and
parents from Brooklyn, an I
ditional family guests
New York and Baltimore.
A graduate of Miami Beai h
High school, the bride is a mem-
ber of Junior Hadassah, Young
People's league, and Rose chap-
tei. B'nai B'l ith. The groom is a
graduate of Baltimore City col
n I 1 ved two j ears in th<
Navy. Both now are students ai
the University of Miami.
Following a two-week honey-
moon in New York, the COUph
will be feted upon then return
with a reception at the home of
the bride's mother on Drexel ave.
AT BOTH'"'TH|ATRES.
mtATYU ltncoLn
I 1*1* C0HtMTlO*>ID\ I j L "' CO*D4TIO*0 ft
US I flAGim SI II LINCOLN OAD
OPEN 10:4 I MIAMI BtACH
111:45 SUNDAY
ihe spirit so willing
the spirit so willinc,
the romance so
wonderful!
GENE TIERNEY
REX HARRISON
GEORGE SANDERS
"The Ghost
ind Mrs. Muir"
Mi. and Mrs. Leonard Abess, 3701 Chase ave., Miami
Beach, are expected back home this week-end after a brief
visit to New York. They will return in time to meet Mrs
Abess' mother, Mrs. A. A. Ungar. who is due in from a trip to
California.
The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rader, 1667 Washington ave., was celebrated on ]une 10th by a
small family dinner attended by their daughter, Dorothy. The
Haders leave for a summer vacation in New York on June 14. |
A surprise party in honor of the 72nd birthday of Mrs. Jessi
Zucker was tendered last Saturday by her dauqhter, Mrs. Jules
Fearlman.
Mr. Jacob H. Katz, 2239 S. W. 21st st., leaves Miami on June
15 for New Orleans, where he will embark on a voyaqe to
Johannesburg, Uriion of South Africa, for a year's visit with
relat;ver.
Mrs. Euqenia Lilienfeld. 304 Ocean dr., has joined the trekl
of Miamians to the North, leaving recently for a summer visit|
with her sons in Baltimore, Md.
Mi. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kogos have left Miami for an ex-l
tended tour of New York, Boston and the White Mountains inl
New Hampshire. They will return here in September.
Scranton, Pa., and Atlantic City are the destinations of Mr.j
and Mrs. Harry Berman and family. They will return to Miami|
after a few weeks.
Terese Kuyf, popular governess at the Versailles hotel Miamij
Beach, flies to Philadelphia June 14 to attend the 50th weddingl
anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kuyf.
Among the early vacationers at Duncragqan Inn, Henderson-I
ville, N. C., are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverstein of Miami Beach.l
Mr. and Mrs. Saul I. Kenholz and their dauqhter, Helene, ofl
Miami Beach, left last Sunday to spend the summer in New!
York and adjoining mountain resorts. They will return herd
early in September.
Miss Miriam Feit, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835|
Collins ave., has left for Detroit, where she will be the hous
quest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rose while visiting friends a
relatives there. She will then proceed to New York to r
her uncle. Abe Faith, of Belfast, Ireland, on his arrival here!
Miss Feit also plans to attends the Habonim training farm att
Creamridqe, N. J.- before returning to Miami.
Mi. and Mrs. Moe Feinqold. 2323 S. W. 21st ave.. will be<
home to their friends Sunday evening, June 15, in honor oft!
birth o! their daughter, Karen E.
Miss Rosalyn England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs._A.
England. 300 E. San Marino dr., has returned home from Florida
State university to spend the summer vacation with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein will leave Miami June 27
New York where they will spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Feller, their son Ivan Jay, and Mr. and
Mrs. George Feller have left on a brief motoring trip to Macom
Ga., where they will spend a vacation.
Mi. and Mrs. Philip Catsman are leaving June 14 for theij
summer home in Roscommon, Mich. Their son, Daywl- wj
drive them to their nor'hern residence after which he win no
to New York to meet his wife, returning to Miami in inr
weeks. While in Michigan the Catsmans will visit their_ c
dren in Detroit and Flint. They will return to Miami in OctoDei
Mrs. Leonore Curtice and her daughters. Beverly and1 Patnci
are leaving Miami for the summer. Patricia will attend tne
American Music Camp at Augusta. Ga., to which she
awarded a scholarship from Miami High school. BevY
pursue art studies in New York. All three will return here
the fall.
Mrs. Louis Glasser and her children, Mono Lou Soiwj
Stephanie and Phyllis Lee. left Thursday for New York, j
they will visit Dr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan. They wil oe j
at their New Jersey home by Mr. Glasser. who wiUira
them to the Laurentian mountains m Canada.
leaves in August for the World Jewish Congress in fa
Miss Tena Adele Mankes is visiting her P0^11'5' ^
Mrs. Herman Mankes, 1100 Tenth st., Miami Beacn, on m
from her studies in dramatic arts at New York uniyers_ r ^
Mankes formerly attended the University ot u""; y 'ho0
Mankes family will leave in two weeks for their sun
at Ossining, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 5985 Alton rd. ^J^jSJ
reception at their home for their son Burton an ji
Miss Diane Resnick. More than 500 guests aene. u Hi
of the betrothed couple, who -will be married mi ick 1
Resnick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josepn
Philadelphia.
ed that
Harry I. Magid. Lincoln rd. realtor, has ann \ son, Malcolm J. Magid, is now associated wi ^ (orC^
business, after his recent discharge from the n
where he served as a pilot.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gainsboro. 609 16th st.
: celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary m q
I trip to Havana, in company with ,heir, dug Hancock,
who, on their return- leaves for,Camp Windsor,
Miami Beach
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by|


PBIPAYJUN113- 1947.
Rozran-Mayers Rites
Celebrated Here June 1
,fMB Rozran. daughter of Mr.
?Mrs. Bernard Rozran, 234G
fw 17th ter.. became the bride
Sn Lday. June 1, at the M<-
iuister hotel, of Isidore R. May-
1. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
v, I Fifth ave. and N.
sixth 5t Miami.
Ral)l,- m.in Shapiro officiated
The double ring ceremony, at
Mh the b idc was attended by
*h" .;' .- Nathalie, as maid of
2Tol B mingham, Ala., as
?Er bridesmaid. Mr. May, s
JjyS i by Irving Rockfort
Sl man. while Nathan Mayers
li Gilbi Rozran served as
Bhers.
Thl. ,. : recent graduate
jackson Memorial School of
registered nurse.
, [tended high school in Mil-
nukee, Wu Mr. Mayers, who
formerlv attended Emory umver-
,. ., Atlanta, and is now a
student at < University of Mi-
ami law school, where he is a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity, si rved as a first lieu-
tenant with the 2nd airborne
division
The coaplc are honeymooning
ttMiami Bea h while they await
:h,. completii n of their home at
BON, W, 44th ave.
Ov, indred guests, in-
cluding from Milwaukee.
ham and Jas-
per, Ala i eception
^Jfnisl'Hk,! iirfjjctri
...... r
mony.
Rabbi Murray Grauer. of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, will be the featured
speaker on the radio program
of the Rabbinical association,
over station WBAY on Sunday,
June 15. at 2:45 D.m. The sub-
ject of Rabbi Grauer's talk will
fce "How to Utilize Our Leisure
Time."
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M Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Room 16
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MlNM-m.ni Is Beach Mayor
PAGE THREE
Marcie Liberman, banking *x-
eeutive and civic wo ki fast
week was sworn in
Miami Beach, an hono
him in view of his po
hich man in the cou
elections of June :t
Liberman, who i
council as a replace]
Mitchell Wolfson, i
n 1943, u
lef, ited for
.ti this

elec-
I
iding
. i be-
the
MARCIE LIBERMAN
meeting of the new in
June (i. He recei.
i. om Herbei I Fi
mayor, who
on the council,
Dr. Haul ci Kli
ceived the si cond highi
the hotly foufihl
tion of the ot
hi is. I). Lee 1'
Burbi idge, L
Frink. Ralph C P
membi r ol thi
sent due to illn
Meanwhili H
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II

1
BACHELOR IS HEAD
OF BETH DAVID FUND
FATHER-CHILD EVENT
Bfl MILTON S MALAKOFF
The man behind the scenes in
arranging what will undoubtedly
be the biggesl Father's Day func-
tion in Greatei Miami is himself
a bachelor,
Hi Jake Sher, co-chairman
with Harry Markowitz of the
blue ribbon division in the cur-
fund raising campaign of
the Beth David Congregation for
i il buildings,
devoting his full time
impaign headquarters pro-
inday morning's "Father
and Child" bn fast at the Hotel
Alcazar, where more than 400
nd their children will
I its and entertain-
ment ."
:' eral weeks ago
when a group of youngsters at-
Beth David Sunday
l came to Slur with the re-
be permitted to par-
I in the campaign.
We kids an to benefit
the new school building and
vi 'd I ki to do net ng special
I Fred Scher, the
p ikesman.
From this met ting came the
' Father's Day Break-
hich the children of the
iti 'ii would be hosts to
1 Is "Uncle" Jake thought
n xcellent one for the
le of the campaign, as well
social value and has
ism for the
ng the n en bership ol
' m's mi n's club.
The entire program will be in
the hands of the young people.
With the aid of Sher, Markowitz,
Mrs. Bernard Sterling and Mrs.
Alexander Stiebel, the youngsters
have dune everything in connec-
tion with the function, from the
printing and sale of tickets to
publicity and planning for the
entertainment, which will in-
clude community singing, door
prizes and as Estelle Greenberg,
tiie program chairman, puts it,
"several surprises we can't tell
anything about quite yet."
The breakfast will begin at 9
a.m., Sunday, June 15. Admis-
sion is restricted to fathers of
children in the Beth David Sun-
day and Hebrew schools. Other
members of Beth David who are
not fathers may gain admittance
by "adopting" a child for the
occasion.
In addition to Miss Greenberg,
'he children's committee in charge
of the affair consists of Fred
Seller, chairman: Bernard Datz,
Jimmy Gordon. Frank A. Green-
Edgar Lewis. Stuart Lubitz,
Judy Myers. Ken Myers, Danny
Roberts, Charles Rosenblitt, Ruth
Saal. Jerry Schulman. Bob She-
vin. Raphael Shougar, Rita Shla-
frock and Jerry Streit.
Maxine Bublitz Named
Among Wellesley Grads
Miss Maxine Adele Dublitz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max-
well E. Dublitz. 1746 Meridian
ave. Miami Beaeh. will gradu-
ate with the degree of bachelor
of arts from Wellesley college on
./unc 16.
Miss Dublitz. a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High school, majored
in art at the college and was
active on publication staffs.
Pioneer Boat Outing
Is Held Successful
Membi
if Gn ti
satisfaction th
results of 1
by that oi
evening, Jum
hi-: e
Thai. .
ttee ii
charge of t
chairmanship
were cited were M H
lin. Mrs. Barbara G
mule block, M
and Mrs. Isa Pu
elected president I '
Mrs, Louis Hi
iver thi
ceremonies and hi
direct.-d communitj
III I
I ll I) I II 1 II
Adrian Gita, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Pollack, was born
[ackson Memorial
. Miriam Natanyah.
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
530 Washington ave.,
20 Sharon
: of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Morris, 6735 Hardee
dr., South Miami, born May 20
Karla Marie, daughter of
JurlGoshen, 7800
. jurth ct., born May 20
. Joscelyn Lee, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Katzif, ar-
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My Sincere Thanks
lam deeply and sin-
cerely grateful to the
many generous sup-
porters through whose
efforts and votes I was
re elected to the
Miami Beach Council.
In return for your in-
spiring confidence, I
pledge myself to con-
tinue to work untir-
ingly for the progress
and welfare of our
fine city.
William "Bill" Burbridge
pHlfl Ptlltlttl Afl





PAGE FOUR
h m 1st fhrktbri
FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1947


Editorial
LOUIS HEIMAN NAMED
DISTRICT 5 PRESIDENT
(Continued from Page 11
MORE TELEGRAMS ''nn^h
n .. i thi n itonous British
Internal politics of the Zionist Organization of America air ^ Paper, immediate unre-
' n' Pales-
waxing hot. Party lines are being drawn. Through the appeal
for support of the respective groups, American Jewry will have
the opportunity to her and read the total picture.
Supporters of Abba Hillel Silver will follow his recommenda-
tion of Emanuel Neumann as president and a continuance of
his militant policy. Other components believe in the replace-
ment of these tactics with diplomacy. Everyone is interested
in achieving the ultimate in Zionist objectives that of an un-
limited and unrestricted Jewish Commonwealth.
A telegram sent to the press last week asked that commu-
nities send delegates to the Z.O.A. conclave uninstructed and :i|] 2910, permitting imn
was signed by seven past presidents of the Z.O.A. An an
was forthcoming this week. The reply read: "Telegram b ssed sym-
seven past presidents of Zionist Organization of America chcn
tine, and n end I
on .' t lands in
Law
mi morial-
i! :. v Monsky, Su-
I lidcnt <>f B'nai
May 2. while

X of I

H I

ID Al im L
m, D. C
Hillel
1 laud the si
and districts throughout country in wires and letters
to telegram. Regional and district presidents sharply proles
against attempt to cause dissension and division in pi
crucial hour and repudiate charge that present Z.O.A. admini-
stration ever attempted influence Zionist districts in matter oi
electing president at forthcoming convention. Some of replies
charge signatories with such practice during :'. Line in al
replies. Zionist leaders throughout country highly laud militan'
policy of Silver and endorse candidacy cf Emanuel Neui
for president as assurance of continuance such policy. Replies
in this vein were sent to past presidents Julius Livingston
president southwest region; Abe Berkowitz, president soui
eastern region; Dr. Morton Robbins president New EncK: hav(
region; Louis rabc pres.aent New Jersey region. Ben-am: ... D
Browdy, president Brooklyn region; Judge Joseph Klau, presi
dent Hartford Zionist district; Sol Collins, president Port Chester
district; Morris Jacobs, president Detroit Zionist district, and
Abraham Redelheim, grand master B'nai B'rith, whose 6f
chapters will send delegates to convention. Resolutions hail
ing Silver-Neumann regime and endorsing Neumann's co
acy were also adopted yesterday at annual conference of six
Zionist regions throughout country representing membership o'
over 50.000. Charges by seven former presidents also denounced
in Anglo-Jewish press. Jewish Morning Journal, New York, edi-
torial asserts opposition lacks issues and motivated by personal
animosity toward Silver-Neumann regime."
-
not out of pit
and will,
hell or

n they

: he men uf
THE CONFERENCE
Rules listed by the national offices of the American lew
Conference governing the filling of delegate vacancies state:
"In the case of a vacancy occurring in any election district
or region for any reason other than death, the retiring dele |
shall nominate his successor from among the non-elected
candidates on the slate of the same group or organization
nominee to be approved by the local election committee. If
there are no non-elected candidates, the organizations or
groups which had nominated the delegate shall name a sub-
stitute, the nominee to be approved by the local election com-
mittee. If there be no local election committee, an election
committee shall be constituted for this purpose by the national
election board. If the organizations or groups who sponsored
the retiring delegate fail to act not later than 15 days before
the fourth session the local election committee shall be em-
powered to fill the vacancy.
If the vacancy is due to the death of the delegate, or if the
delegate vacating his seat shall fail to name his successor
in accordance with the rules no later than 15 days b
the fourth session, the vacancy shall be filled by the local
election committee, or li there be none, by an ejection com-
mittee to be constituted for this purpose by the national elec-
tion board, with due regard for the intent and purpose of
paragraph 30." (foregoing paragraph.
We still cannot fathom the lack of consideration for hi.
provisions in recertifying continued community recognition of
their representatives, chosen several years ago. At thai
there was much misgivings both here and in other parts of the
country, as to how democratic, representative and eguital
/idttd by
Judaism Council Scores
Jewish Nationalism
to the United
N'atioi tect Jev
, >nal-
: state-
s week by
>f the
.! .
I
m the
York luncil.
of I
Jews, and do-
in any
upon the
i
I ii po-
ped in
: national
ties an
i ns of
gned bj
Id. p

epa abli
virtu

various
> are, and
_ TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Mtictfy. (bngicUntial
(Copyright, 194. Seven Art Feature Syndicate)
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
In a few months
these elections were. How further aqgravated are these mis
givings several years later! Locally, the population has
mcreased considerably. Many, many new groups of organized
Jewish life have come into being. New ideas and improved
thinking have made inroads in community action. Aio
of these to be considered in sending the voice of Greater Miami
Jewry and that of South Florida to the next session of the
American Jewish Conference? The all-important task of decid-
ing whether the conference is to be a permanent one und the
solidifying force for a united front will come before those aesem
bled next Labor Day week-end.
We have no axe to grind with our cresent delegates. We
feel that they themselves should lead the movement for a now
election where they must receive a vote of confidence to con-
tinue renewed assignment of serving as our delegation.
Prediction Scoop:
Almost half of 1047 is Rone ... a lew momns i lew Ji
year will dawn Just about that time the U.N. September session
will have to decide on the future of Palestine We doubt that
single individual in Jew ish leadership could tell you today what
that decision will be Yet wc make bold to predict \\ a .
mil not happen The result will not be an independent Jewish
Palestine The result will not be a Jewish state on both sides of
the Jordan Then, you will conclude, it means partitioi
Wrong again.
Behind the scenes- a new formula is being worked out, om
that would lend itself to a continuation of playing bol Arabs
and the Jens for a wh le Umgar Th<" formula is an interim
trusteeship "to help" Britain administer the mandate j>/,j.
interim trusteeship would supposedly be neutral, and would
ostensibly he net up for a number nf years only, with a promise
to both Arabs and Jews for a satisfactory final
This, friends, is the "> ioe's big oil interests will agree to The Soviet V ,. are
ably informed doesn't like the idea, because would leave
a formidable British military establishment in Pales) ,
But this new procrastinating device is now be a ected into
the in nds of the committee of small nations that starts on its
"investigation trip" to Palestine this month And what about
the DP's and the inmates of Cyprus? Well, I seems that
during this interim trusteeship administration (do that
Britain will head the trusteeship) a number of immigration
certificates, not to exceed lon.ooo, will be issued This is the
plan Only a fewran fewbig shots are n the know at
the present time, because things are being manipulated in such
a way as to make it appear that the small nai oi ttee it
actually giving birtli to the plan.
Maybe the committee will really believe this This, in any
is the danger thai fflbes Zionist aspirations.

Pot-Pourri:
Al Jolson is so pepped up after the terrific success of the movie
"Jolson Story" that he is going to make a personal i : :n the
movies, playing himself in a sequel to that film Benny Leonard,
ecently, left only a very small portii n tge for-
tune he e,lined in his lifetime Bad investment ay...
Actually he was too generous to friends in need Bernard
Baruch is the must honored American citizen N k passe*
without his being the recipient of some award, and Mi Baruch it
ng pretty sick of it Sholem Asch is the richest Yiddish
\ ti in thi h story of Jewish literature H: "East River"
brought him a quarter of a million dollars from Hollywood alone
. He owns houses in Stamford. California. Florida an I France .
Now he is considering buying a mansion in New Y City...
of the Yiddish stage stars are thinking of leaving the United
s and establishing their own theatres in the A Poland
and England The American Committee of Jewish Writers,
\ ts and Scientists, which held its convention last week, is
preparing an announcement that will make the hi -n the
... Jaek Greenbaum, treasurer of the Ami committee,
sailed [or Europe last week to survey Jewish conditions in several]
i entries Ben Hecht, co-chairman of the League for a Free
Palest ne, is applying for a visa lo Palestine Wai : local j
a film story dealing with the Jewish n .client.

Why No' Investigate?
Nol s i long ago the Anti-Defamation League madi telling
survey of the German-American press which proved beyond the
iw of a doubt that many German language :
country were vociferously pro-Nazi and anti-Jewish j"
survey covered the period following Hitler's defeat Bui W
nd seriously Now the new papei P
is presenting a clearcut expose of the Steuben So< ,imj- a
far-flung fight tor a rejuvenated Reich Although the Steuben
is only no.noo members, out of a total of 25.000.0
if German descent, it wields great political it
Political bosses of both major parties consider the SI Societyl
ong election factor The propaganda for a soft ;
from the Steubenites always is linked with a sly anl *jl
pointing to former Secretary Morgcnthau as the :i'*ing
proponentof "unjust" peace ... It would be '' ^\
t the Committee on Un-American Activities v !n"|
amifications of the Steuben Society Talk a ]Uc
a foreign countryhere is a real case to Investigate
an
P
I
I Academy Ladies' League
Will Hold First Meeting
Beach Hadassah Group
Will Inaugurate Heads
The Miami Beach Business and
Professional Women's division of
Hadassah will hold its instal
tion of officers at the Sands
hotel. 1601 Collins ave.. Wednes-
day evening, June 18.
The organisation el for
dinner at 6:30 p.m. und tilt m-
stallal ii
I. Ft: Goodman ui St
-i member of the exe
board of the N
Council of the .'
tion of Ami ica, will be
speak. I; iodman
delegate to the recent world
1st Congre
the
:. :

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Zion
J

i to Palestine not
.y since iwi
nt 120 N.E.|
En-
first organizational meet-p trred as
f the newly formed Ladies' '9,30- "L^'.^'lU
i Fll under ine c*
ue of tin Gn at i Miami Hc-
Academy will be held at a
i .i and gathering at the home of
D and Mi David S. Andron,
3127 Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Tuesd noon, June 17, at
Published every
by The Jewish F'o1""":1"-,,,
fSant 3. 1879.1
bed I
The Jewis
the Jewish
Unity and J -.,,.
r of tie *^L2S
Seven
ServicM
Amerl-T
graphic Aoency. -
Syndicate. Worldwide News
National Editorial Af"oc'^qi,h.jewlrt
can Association of E"g^til)|li
Newspapers. Florida Press >-
t God bideth not
ei!
but onlj
land, at the ci
' PalcMin- |oi duty.Talmud.
A i ultural program has been
ed fn the occasion, during
which the best-seller "Gentle-
man's lent" will be re-
viewed \i",v projects and plans
for the ensuing season will be
formulated and launched at that
time.
The composition of enrollment.
nd building com-
i of the league will be re-
Irs. Ii win Makoviky,
a- ting president.
subscription RATE|j00
w'oo
One Year. .
Two Years
FRED K. SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher
Telephones 2-1 HI-*}*"
OFFICE and PLANT
120 N. E. Sixth Street
77~, Number
Volume 80 ,
Friday, June IVf1'
SEVAN 23, 5707


FBIDAY. JUNE 13. 1947
Isabel Wahl Married
To Earl Rosenfield
The nuptials of Isabel F. Wahl
v,,i Rosenfield were cele-
Sunday, June 8, at
hotel m a candle-
Sditceren my with habbi Irving
ting.
. daughter of Mr. and
. wahl, lioo Tenth
. M Beach, was attended
;;. :, Betty Hirst as matron
I ,;,, le Mr. Rosenfield,
d( ,; Ann Rosenfield ol
chose his brother
. ., num. The bride-
Barnett Dressner,
TIU. Miss Wahl was
lenl ,.i New York
attending schools
,'.!, She was affili-
ated '' Mercantile
I ii two years.
y[t i; nfield, a graduate of
i ,i. served four
i Navy overseas.
luncheon for 50
guests ;- tne newly-
for Cuba, where
1 10 days. Th(
wjj| ,. home in Miami.
Miami Orthodox Group
Acquires New Land
Mi>i
quiri
[ On '
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>JewistrhrSdlii^f)
PAGE FIVE
Jewish Orthodox
reel ntly ae-
lot located < in
i the ci
With ttiii
e ation n >>
on s. W.
Fifth to Sixth st
ed lot
. il cict a modern
. I community
The services look pla,e aT.hT Center on S 25 W? li* ]*h C *
Ruth Faik. Lenora Freedmrn. Toby Goluskin Glor'inr red ar?Cvvia ^ Sydelle Busker.
Eleanor Janowilz, Joan Kobrin HelenarW I God". Marcia Hankoff. Carol Jaffee.
Lou Rose. Mona Rubenstein Rutr> SrL eJ'.Ire,'e Lev:tt. Joan Osheroff. Ina Rattet. Gerry
Gloria Wqermn and BarbaraYagoda "^'^ Car' Sieg'er' NanCy Tar1^
Sylvia Miller Nuptials
To Leon Holbert May 19
May 19 to Loon Ho]
S w
Bi Thi
'Hip'; lls
the patio ol I
LEGAL NOTICES
iv COI HT K TIIK
CUM TIT IS VSIl
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MAM,
.
VKANI,
ORDLH OF F'UDLICATION
Tii. .i i'l. IPANI,
city,
Complaint (or
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e the I n .. it
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Inst 3 i
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. 1947,
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Court.
KICK, JR.,
ity Clerk
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"IN IV, FLORIDA.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
- UN
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fled i a ordered
'in|il;iilll for
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thi 151
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In* j
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11 111 ,V-|'.,|"'I
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Miss Schuman to Marry
In Sunday Ceremonies
Lehrman of th
' in munitv
'
Juni 15 of Hi
; M Mol-
1445 R
I ch, Gerald
' : M
-in.
'
1240 :.
nil act
Ihe b
ind Mrs.
tel at 4 p.m.
M Schum in is a i lual il
and Mrs.
1011 .M
Wayne university and spent four
tnd a half years in the Army.
three of them as a prisoner of
in Germany.
A cocktail reception and din-
ner will follow the ceremonies,
after which the couple will leave
a month's honeymoon in
Mexico and Cuba. They will
make their home in Miami'Reach
on their return.
A regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation has been called by A.
M. Bear, president for Tues-
day. June 17, at 8 p.m.. al the
synagogue.
Evelyn Cohen Will Wed
Daniel Furman June 15
Miss Evelyn Cohen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen. 3487
Chase ave., Miami Beach, will be
married at her home on June 15
at 8 p.m. to Daniel Furman, son
of Louis Furman, 512 12th st.
Rabbi Lehrman of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will officiate.
The bride will be attended by
her sister, Lillian, and the bride-
groom by his brother, Paul Fur-
man.
Miss Cohen is a graduate of
Roosevelt High school in Wash-
ington, D. C, and attended Col-
umbia Technical School of. Com-
mercial Art in the same city. She
is a member of the Miami Beach
Youth chapter of the Amerit tn
Jewish Congress, active on the
newspaper committee of thit
group, and is employed as secre-
tary of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment association.
Mr. Furman is a graduate of
the College of the City of New
York and spent three and a half
years in the Army, seeing over-
seas service with the infantry in
Italy. He is also a member of
the AJC youth group.
Following a reception at the
bride's home, the couple will
honeymoon in New York and
Washington. They wiH make
their home in Miami Reach.
The Beth David Men's club
will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday night, June 18, at
8:15 p.m. at the Beth David
Talmud Torah.
C
a ..;
ts ini ludi d M I.
ele Pi I v
Pearlman
1.
.
Swei
the Lear sen
liege at Oi mond Bi
en tary
Vouth
i is trcasu .
i graduate ol
. _____
A bul home
followed
two-.'..
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AVC Holds Swim-Dance
At Vanderbilt Tonight
The woi '. Mi-
ami ch:.;
'
'
if the V..:
ns avi Mian B
Purposi of I
' fund
the AV(
national convent
kee June 19-23
Miss S> Ivia Si
of the event. i
will be the aw prizes I
the l" and thi
dancer.
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pJewlslfhtrldlar
FRIDAY, IUNE 13. 1947
Hebrew School Plans
Cornerstone Ceremonies
Tentative plans for the laying
of a cornerstone on the new
building of the Miami Hebrew
school and Junior Congn 1
on June 29. were announced this
week by the group's consl
committee. Work lias already
stai '.'''I on the edifice, which will
be located at S. W, 12th ave. and
11th st. Rabbi Simon April is
itual leader
It is estimated that the 1
ing will cost approximately $55,-
000 and will contain, when com-
I, an air-, ooled audil n.
seven classrooms, ample k I n
facilities^ and landscaped |
for indoor and outdoor functions.
The building ;.- expected to be
completed in Augu I should
bo ready 1 w orship
Hig Hoi; Days
Tl e in com:'
.'.., k Stoni
Ben S I nd 11 M
D 1
K; pi.a-. a >
: : on 1
Tiio execul ivi b '.. d
junio congn '
E
Shi '
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and Mai
. '
recently held I thi V -
Rosenblum, Mrs I
Mrs M s
Rose Rubin
'
:. S nd 1 Con-
President Names Board
Of Junior Hadassah
v 1 ,
its nev

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. .;
plans for 1
a njunci

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Ro| ..::.:. A. -
Hen ett 0 no,
Other cha -. .
affairs C D
menl Han el 1.
tin, Flo. em 1 Sa
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.:
Trudi Lach
one,. SI :
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N'attalie I
Ann B
Voting .liar D
and Youth A. D
in
! Miami Hebrew School
! To Hold Lawn Buffet
The Miami Hebrew School and
junior Congregation, in its sum-
, ii s of monthly functions,
Will give a buffo: SUppei Sun- VIIMIXIA
day, June 15, al "> p.m., on thi
.,, ol Mi ind >n.\ vxi.n ;x->
LEGAL NOTICE
Tin: fin
-" ':-,.,VtV,,i:.W"Nn'
Mrs. E. L Becker. 1121 S, W
Si cond Sl Miami.
Apfelbaum. chairm
the ways and means conn: tl -
and M ph Schw adi on, r >-
chairman, are in
era! arrangements
:
ments will hy Mes-
.1 R p| p
Klebi I Sok <-
\ .- Braunsti
Mesdami Ed M iss, M
0 ril : Nal Coull m.
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Glanl id E< i
:' i*' of d
lions :
A s|
t I i''
Day, and
At PTA Luncheon
Mrs. Safer Honored
A il luncheon h
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: < : PTA
t the M '
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\1 sot
it at th ooi
.:
Vu t. Leona A
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v,,,,,.,. ,s ,,1-ei i:v niVRN that
:,;.: to engage In
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Stressing bi 'lief : hal
relations is the chat p ilitical is-
sue of the Flo la Attorney
General J. Tom Watson this week
announced that "Providence will-
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The fiery Watson, who has been
in thick of myriad controvi
during his adn in I ion, added
that lie considered "the exi
cost of government and excessive
taxation" as the next most im-
portant issues Hi-declined, how-
ever to state any platform, prom-
he would do SO .vhen of-
ficial campaigning stalled.
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rmDAV.IUNE 13. 1947
TO MY SON"
I ITHER'S DAY)
Scripture Reading: Ezekiel,
Chapter XVIII, ere 1-4, in-
F.ither's Day will be
K..red on Sun*iy. Noting the
"J" we reprint an article wr.t-
" R.nh. S. M. Machtei. whose
JI", children, Leo and Queenie. were
% lo. th.fr live,.
ij-jjis Father's Day. Fathers,
in every home, in every city, town
and haml< t, in every state o( the
L-nK. ng honored today
r.atni i ng showered with
i eted by letter
gnd teh : am, are the recipients
..f grateful chil-
dren. The plodding, hardwork-
as is. today
m n ..tli. is placed
up ,i tal: and ;ill bow to
him homage. It
: py to be a father,
for all tlic un-
pleasant! iciated with this
"fatherhood," a
ponsibility on ev-
il the year.
oi devotion to
n oi appreciation
"good provider."
If-;. ; mi mawkish about
i for whom he
he shelters un-
whom he had for
I demonstrate their
il gratitude. A
tely, which it has
ib ei vance, with
the publicity,com-
lei wise to arouse
to the
i in
! day and age, 1
. ome ingi atitude,
but. it a] to me, that for a
about applauding
n doing his self-
rather incon-
i came Into your
and stood then
applau lii for doing the
u had chosen to
be you ns of livelihood
Would noi mal to you?
Do lapping for do-
: esp insibility;
No medals are
due thi ... ho supports his
child:. i| devotion
n ithi should
' 1 have t iused by emo-
such as Father's
Day. It should
tables, this
i 'i waiting for my
f*1 on this occasion
Ihav' me. He hai
for his summer
' closed f
i luaeu mi nun
on May 30. hut he will not ar-
nve : York until Borne
day 'his week, pleas. God
my Father*. I..,,
to my son:
Dear L< ,: Pi,
me anj
lather'. Day. ,.
lee] ,1 you ,,., ,
xams and th,
ments I .,
,rom y N
world cond lions at
my he-
to have mad.
il things.
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i childs bod I
snt
'""' Nothing. i ..
sanitary and whol,
quarters. N
ing aboul i horn,
mg-place for the m.
,ne fl.....'J '
the gn
race We fathei
you, av
We maj
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in wh
man habital
Building [ns|
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The wrei kin
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but. it
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Please,

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were nev.
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blood of fathers and sons. They
' '' some /others who had
'"''<' their faith i the ac.
I the First World
u" We're a smart lot, w.
we can us,.
today. Bring ui e i
appears to be
" wrong with our vision.
' '"'''' nearsighted. We
I ee past i ,- noses.
ou, son. It's verv kind
e me bj h
d i alone?"
alter the fact thai
n iw confronted by such
Peel .i life that one
how long the hu
aee can continue to po i is
lulci and this earth
h ix-
pli n.. in
sri-s.
ve little- heed to th.

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in my self-respect if yo.
ftonFahes
0 rauni s
she
ind women, too
it th. ioin. ntary
i in. n tomo
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a" alarm, by a d
nal Do j hi have anj
breaks
: call you to
I d m't know how other fathers
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alysis, what is
ful about the
the human male or
We make such a
nthood. I >::
i think that, of all the plant
1 :.lom. "man was the
only species which produced off-
spring, the only creature which
did anything for the perpetuation
of life up ,n this planet A little
study, a little reading, will con-
vince you that tlie so-called
"lowei forms" of bfe provide for
young, in some instances,
to a better degree than does man.
Surely, none of the forms of life
upon which we look down, delib-
erately destroys its kind, as is the
case with the genus homo It
would appear that man repro-
duces, not for the perpetuation
species, but to provide
cannon-fodder for race-suicidal
wars.
Leo, before you were born,
there was a popular song, entitled
"I Didn't Raise M\ Boy To Be A
Soldier." I'm thinking not only
of you, son: but of the millions
of sons in this land who are be-
ing shifted closer to the battle-
front. I am thinking oi the mil-
lions oi sons who have air.
mixed their blood with the soil
of theii own or foreign lands. All
wasted lives, ruined lives, broken
homes, shattered minds and bod-
iei and, all because fathers, men
in control nments, men
to whom had been entrusted
- men who were to have
P led tin future pattern of
life on this planet.--yes. my son.
all because fathers have failed in
their dul
On this Father's Day. as on no
P us one, am I deeply im-
i ed by the shortcomings ol
1 fathi s of this generation.
Sp re me the pain of having u gift
d to me. Rather, 1 beg
of you. grant me forgiveness for
having failed you. In lal
whethci 1 an still hi re beside
ir I have left this earthly
nk kindly of one father,
your lather, as of one who hail
no falsi fatherl)
aeeomplishm. nts. Think of me,
and of these words, when you
attain fatherhood.
Win rever I shall be, it will
: great joy to know that
you are a better man than was
DAD.

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IT IS WITH JOY THAT I THANK MY
MANY LOYAL FRIENDS FOR THEIR
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN THE JUNE
3rd ELECTION. HAVING RECEIVED A
FOUR-YEAR TERM I WILL BE IN A
BETTER POSITION TO CONTINUE TO
SERVE THE PEOPLE OF MIAMI BEACH.
Sincerely,
YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN,
Maurice Klein
P.nd Pol'<
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FRIDAY, IUNE 13. l947


Training Course Is Set
For 'Y' Camp Counsellors
The cnnip counsellors <>f the
Mil mi v.\i and YWI1A Home
camp, which opens Juno 23 for
an eight-week period, will par-
ticipate in a counsellors' training
course for one week beginning
Juno 16, il was announced this
week.
Under the leadership of Dan-
iel Rosenthal, camp director, and
Morris "Chuck" Klein, head
counsellor, discussions will con-
sider the philosophy of the Jew-
ish center, leadership, Jewish
content in a camp program, thi
project method, group work pro-
cess and objectives, normal
growth and development of chil-
dren, individual behavior, food
fads, and eating habits. Work-
shops in the following subjects
will also be carried on: play-
ground games, indoor games,
nature study, story telling, dra-
matics, arts and crafts, commu-
nity singing, and folk .md square
dancing. The Jewish Social Ser-
vice Bureau is cooperating in
these discussions.
All (impors will receive health
examinations t the "Y" on
Thursday, June 19. at 2 p.m.
D irs Harold K.iati. Gearge
Lister and Ruben Rochkind will
conduct the health cxamm..' IM
While the children are being ex-
amined, their parents will attend
.i n leting in which the samp ob-
jectives and program will be out-
lined, and arrangements made for
future cooperation between par-
.. and the camp staff.
bEBBS Parley Delegate
To Leave for Washington
Bernice Badanes, daugh-
if Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Badanes, 120 s \v Ninth ave
will leav< Miami on June 20 for
Washington, D. C, as a del
: in DEBBS chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women, to the dis-
trict i onvention of that organi-
*] to be held in the capital.
F illowing her attendance at the
ntion, Miss Badanes will
V with relatives in Long
l!> ich, New York, before return-
.:. to Miami,
The board of directors of the
Miami Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation will meet Monday, June
16. at 8 p.m., at tke office of
the Miami Jewish Federation,
1002 Congress bldg.
Expect the best, and smile; be
; ful, and trouble will give
you up sooner or later as a bad
Jon.
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SOCIETY ELECTS
DIRECTORS HERE
Mrs. Sidnev Weintraub was
elected treasurer of the recently
organized Mental Health Society
of Southeastern Florida at a
meeting held June graham building, it was an-
noanced this week by Mrs Fian-
ces J. Riordan, public relations
tor. The group also elected
Dr. Jess V. Cohn, Dr. Herman
Salinsky and Harry Zuckernik
to serve with its board of di-
rectors,
In a broad statement of pur-
pose and policy, Mrs. Riordan
disclosed that the society will de-
vote its attention to the "broad,
current problems of community
life which have implications for
mental health." Among these, it
was explained, are such factors
as poor housing; broken homes,
juvenile delinquency and venereal
disease. Specifically, the group
i will devote its energies t> the
fiilfilliiwtit at two cardinal func-
tions. These are lending its sup-
port to devi loping and improv-
. uui facilities, programs and in-
stitutions to promote mental
health, and offering general in-
formatienal and educational ser-
vices on various phases of mental
health.
The society has set up an ad-
\ commission of phys
and psychiatrists to guide it in
the technical phases of its activ-
ity, headed by Dr. Cohn. Others
on the commission includes Drs.
Frederick Le Drew. A II Pierce,
Edward Williams, Janus Ander-
s >n. Herman Selinsky, Leo Kashe,
Bernard Goodman, E. S Cheppcll.
jess Spirer and Dorothy C. An-
diews. Dr. Cohn also disclosed
that he was attempting to recruit
the efforts of Dr. Leonard G
Rountree, Philadelphia psychi-
atrist and form, i vice president
of the National Committee for
Mental Hygiene, who is now resi-
dent .n Dade eounty.
Othur officers elected at the
board meeting, which initiated
plans to establish a mental hy-
giene and child guidance clinic
here, ware Chester M. Wright,
president; Garland M. Butld and
Mrs. Warren Quillian, vice presi-
dents, and Mrs. Charles E
line, secretary. Speakers in-
eluded Dr. T. E. Cato, director
of th Dadw ceunty health de-
partment, and Dr. Dorothy C
Andrews. I ical consulting psy-
chologist.
The Temple Beth Sholom fra-
lority is sponsoring a swim-
dance at the Blackstone hotel,
Miami Beach. Sunday, June 15,
at 8>30 p.m.
1901
Since
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk?
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
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Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later
"Satisfactory Work by
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PHONE 4 5880
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Complete Line
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FurnitureFloor Coverings
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COMPLETE ENGINEERINGS SERVICE FOR LAYOUT8
Rita Zaret Is Bride
In June 10 Nuptials
In a solemn candlelight double-
ring ceremony, Miss Rita Zaret,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
/aret. L015 W. 47th st., Miami
Beach, became the bride, on Tues-
day, June 10. at the Martinique
hotel, of Robert A. Levrenauer,
son of Mi and Mrs. Hen Lewen-
auer, Milwaukee, Wis.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, officiated at the nuptials.
the principals of which were at-
tended by Miss Phyllis Turclun.
as maid of honor; James Schul-
h:ii as best man. and Maurioe
/.aret and Jack Manhemi .,.-
ushers.
M re than sixty guests attended
the wedding, among them Mr,
and Mi.-. Jack Manhemi. Mr. and
Mrs. James Schulhof and their
sen. Richard, all of Milwaukee:
Mrs. Irving Waldman, Mrs. Rose
Bergida, William Zaret, and Mal-
colm Bergida, of New Yor-k; Miss
Lari Wilson of Boston, nnd Mist
Paula Shapiro of Philadelpl
The bride, who graduated from
the University of Miami last
month with the degree of bache-
lor ef arts in journalism, is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
school, and formerly attended the
University of Wisconsin.
Mr. Lewenauer, also a former
student at the Wisconsin school,
served with the army air forces
as a bombardier in England. He
is currently affiliated with Stew-
art's, Inc.. in Milwaukee.
A reception and dinner at the
hotel followed the ceremony. The
newlyweds left ^n Wednesday foi
a seven week honeymoon in
California, after winch ttley will
make their home in Milwaukee,
Round Table to Air
U. S. Foreign Policy
"Is the American foreign policy
right?" will be the subject of
ion on the Miami Round
Table radio program, sponsored
by the National Conference of
tians and Jews, over station
WIOD at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
June 14.
Featured on the weekly forum
will be the Rev. Glenn C. James
of the White Temple Methodisl
church. Father J McAttee of
Gesu Catholic church, and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman of Temple
Israel.
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Obituaries
GANGER
\i,. i .. i III i (JanBor, 74, rtlefl
M i Mri rUiiiBfi ran*
no '""" levetand,
,,.,,., jrvlvrd I" her hu-
J"', N'm-ton Hanger,
I Mix other Ron* in Ohio.
!>,, .,..,i iva sent to i lii.il b .
HANTMAN
Mi Tlllli il.i. '.,. in rtlefl .1 in
l ,i in hoii il'I t nli ; Miami
i:,.,i,.|i .\ ivkIiIpiiI here for 11 yi am,
,.r i he i i
\\.....i w ..lion. n' Circle Branch
nuinlii i B!'2. She i- mil ^ Ivwl l> her
hui i.,oni. i." o llantmnn: Iwti
i ,i m ii my, ami rt lUghtei
\i, Hirnli iiHiilman Servleen wei e
j,,.|,l |n given rli Momoi lal hapi I
, Ml Bin ii cemi
HIRSCH
11 eh, 77. father of i u h
: Miami 1
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Kilt Ii. I ii m.i Kew V.rk .lune
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rpmAY. JUNE 13. 1947
(i
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, lnc.
y
ACTION:
time these lines arc read
v v\ inquiry committee may
Pi" route to Palestine, after
mnletinu its meetings in New
These sessions were
Sail thai they were expected
comP1
V -
.....In fact, U.N. Secretary
toneraiTrygveLie,aswella8the
^members A the 11-man corn-
much embar-
... the other six mem-
appear
However,
failed | appear when the
led However,
:,l and not the bc-
rinnin "rk of thc com"
;nt When
tarts its hearings
. ,! will be confused,
by the multi-
prevailing among
ith regard to the
of the Palestine
';' "e Ifad-
by Dr. Chaim Weiz-
who favor outright par-
tition ''":" re are tnos(' wno
.nil want a Jew-
shland "f!'">i Dan to Beersheba"
Magnea group
mer Hatzair who
becoming a bi-
There are Zion-
fer a continu-
lish mandate, pro-
riding Jewish immigration and
n .M a larger scale1
by the mandatory;
..Tlii' also some whoj
Palestine under
[ :.-Russian trus-
:.:mc as a Jew-
tablishcd .
Ben-Gurion.
thairman I the Jewish Agency
out with a
:. part of Pales-
tine be pi I Jewish state i
:: f the country re-
British mandate
of the inquiry
i by these
Swing d s among the
fcws Especially
11 of tin
il ly the Jews
igh the Jew-

VBER1 /:.
committee
I ommend the
\^:" itine into a
fjwish -late or
bi-national-
.'. in, the real
issue at the general assembly in
September will be the question
of a Palestine trusteeship u
is obvious that a transitional pe-
riod must ensue before Palestine
becomes either a Jewish state or
a bi-national state Thls
nod may last three years, five
years, or even longer In this
interim periodno matter what
the assembly's decision will be
Palestine will have to be placed
under trusteeship It is thls
point that the Big Three. W|U
clash after the inquiry committee
submits its report Britain, of
course, will attempt to secure sole
trusteeship over Palestine
Soviet Russia will demand an in-
ternational trusteeship. with her-
self as one ,,f the trustees a
will be up to the United States
Jo tip Hie seale Small Woiulei
that American Zionist leade
convinced that the key to the
alestine question is still in the
hands of Washington, even tl
the .yes of the world are now
directed toward the inquirv com-
mittee Incidentally, i,
of the American V. mi | h
ency Council are warning against
attempts being made to represent
the U.N. inquiry commit:,
leaning towards the Jews .
They emphasize that such p
tions are not only premature, bul
definitely harmful ... On the
whole, they believe that tile in-
quiry body is far from -neutral"
and that its coi tion need not
inspire jubilation on the part I
the Jews They point out that
two pro-Arab and two pro-B
members are on the committee.
and while the other members are
moie or less neutral, they can
easily fall under the influence- of
their colleagues The official
attitude of Amerii. n Z n I lead-
ership is that any guesswork with
regard to the p issible sentiments
of the committee may prove not
mly inaccurate but evi a I
'ng Especially the p
tions of some that the committee'
will favor partition ... 1: must
ne borne in mind that the .1
case, as presented in the United1
ns by the 1. ;. ,t the|
Jewish Agency, was n it .. request
for partition.

COMMUNITY NOTES:
Rabbi Philip Bernstein, who
has performed a great servic
K visor on Jewish affairs to the
American military government in
Germany is returning to his
-"legation in Rochester H
successor will be Judge Lou s
Levinthal of Philadelphia for!
me.' president of the Zionrst O
an,Zation of America The
United Nations is frequently con
eommftt,1"1' JCWish HlSS
committee, composed of represen-
tatives of the American Jewish
Hff^Alliance Israeli
Anglo-Jewish association This
body is among the organization
, dlled l" 'he U.N. social and
e n vTi SfW U can now
oe revealed that the Jewish Tele-
.g.aphic Agency was instrumental
;m helping to trace the person
'-ho sent through the mails"p,,'
' "ids bearing the rubber-stamped
cPtion "Censored by the Jew?
TTA V 0n Ma,ch Wthe
JTA carried a cable from Lon-
don indicating that the Man-
nheftcr G^rdiar. had received a
postcard bearing such a stamp
: ;.-',. u ,Caulc' said lhat th<-' Post-
paid had been cancelled at the
: Grand Central post office in New
rorK The story attracted the
'tion of the Anti-Defamation
League of the B'nai B'rith which
immediately communicated with
; the Board of Deputies of British
Jews in London ... As a result
jit subsequently received from'
London the postcard which had
been mailed to the Manchester
Guardian The ADL investi-
gation led to the identification of
the person responsible for mail-
ing the anti-Semitic card.
*
POLITICAL NOTES:
The displaced Jews of Europe
are eyeing with great interest
; two highly important hearings
winch are being held respectively
in Washington and Jerusalem .
The first is the House sub-com-
mittee on immigration hearings
on the Stratton bill, which would
allow 400.000 DP's to enter the
i U. S. over a period of four years
The other is the U.N. Pales-
committee hearings, which
hegin next week The dis-
placed Jews are as acutely in-
terested in the one as in the
other Many of them realize
that if the Washington hearings
result in the adoption by Con-
of the Stratton bill, that
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will be the beginning of their lib-
''ation en masse Although
the Stratton bill provides for the
admission of 100,000 refugees
yearly for the next four years
without distinction as to religion,
't is obvious that many thou-
sands of Jewish refugees will di-
rectly benefit ... in fact, the
Passage of the bill would prob-
ably result in many Jewish refu-
gees applying for U. S. visas, in-
stead of waiting hopelessly for
Palestine visas ... And it can
be predicted that if the U.N. com-
mittee hearings do not result in
the immediate abolition of the
white paper immigration restric-
tions, the bulk of the displaced
| Jews in Europe may find reach-
ing the United States quicker
and easier than going to Pales-
neV Jhls is aPPai-ently what
Bntjsh Foreign Minister Ernest
Bevin is hoping for Bevin is
as anxious as the displaced Jews
that Congress pass the Stratton
t)ill. "thus diverting homeless
European Jews to the United
States and to countries on the
American continent, which might
tollow the lead of the U. S. in
opening their doors a little wider
to displaced persons The en-
tire Palestine issue will then as-
sume a different aspect, the Brit-
ish government believes There
will be no pressure for the mass
admission of Jewish refugees to
Palestine, since the problem of
the displaced Jews will gradually
' ive been liquidated through im-
ition to American lands for
permanent settlement ... Of
se, if the Stratton bill is
passed, President Truman will
press more than ever before the
admission of 100.000 Jews to Pal-
estine.
t
ZIONIST TRENDS:
The fight around the election
of a president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America is begin-
ning to develop throughout the
country And it looks as
though the Fourth of July will be
a hot day in New York, not only
for climatic reasons, since that is
when the Z.O.A. convention open-
in one of the city's largest hotels
. This may be the "hottest"
convention thc American Zionists
had Although many is-
sues of importance will be taken
] up, the issue which will raise th
i temperature of the delegates will
be the election of a president .
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, the out-
going president, is backing Dr.
i Emanuel Neumann with all his
might The opposition has not
named any candidate, but several
names are in the air The
election of a president will bt
watched with utmost interest not
only by Zionists in America, but
also by the Jews in Palestine .
And possibly also by the British
government, which keeps on re-
peating publicly that Zionist
leadership in the United States
is the actual force behind the en-
tire world Zionist movement .
incidentally. JJne British govern-
ment is again prodding the Jew-
ish Agency on the question of
non-Zionist representation within
; the Agency But whereas a
' year ago the leading Mon-Zionists
in thc United States were anxious
to get into the Jewish Agency
executive, they arc no longer
anxious at present The tw
non-Zionist members of the
Agency executiveDr. Maurice
Hexter and Mrs. Edward Jacobs
seem to be only nominally
members of the executive .
They have not been invited to a
meeting of the executive for
years Nor have they been
consulted on measures taken by
the executive, even though for-
mally they still bear responsi-
bility for any step taken by the
body, or any statement issued by
it This in itself discourages
other leading non-Zionists from
joining the Agency ... A situa-
tion has thus been created where
the non-Zionists in America, in-
cluding the American Jewisk
committee, fully support the
Agency from the outside, and
have lost all interest in being on
the inside.
The woman who interests a
man most is the one who makes
him talk most about himself.
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9-Jenl^ncrkUan
I^AYJUne 13_ 194l


Pi Lambda Phi Alumni
Elect New Officers
The annual election meeting of
the Alumni club of Pi Lambda Phi
fratwnity of Greater Miami was
held on June 2 in the Minor Key
room at Bill Jordan's Bar of
Music, Miami Beach. Paul Marks,
outgoing president, reported on
the formation of another active
chapter in the Pi Lambda Ph<
fraternity at the University of
Miami.
More than 100 members com-
prise the local Alumni club,
which elected the, following of-
ficers: Leonard wien, president:
Bill Jordan, vice president; AI-
vin Cassell. vice president; Mor-
ton Pallot. secretary; Arnold
Rubin, treasurer; financial Si
Ury, Joseph M. Lipton.
Board of directors: Arnold
Greenfield. Milton A Friedman,
Sidney Aronovitz, Irving Cypen,
Bernard Fuller, Henry Hohauser.
Edward Lovitz, Maurice Gromer.
Bernard Wall and Milton G..yn.c.
Committee chairmen app
by the president were: Waj
means. Joseph M. Lipton: build-
ing. Henry Hohauser; enti
meat, Arthur G ui -= m and Jack
Low; meetings. Leonard 1"
University ol Miami eoopei
Bill Jordan; I': if Florid
oooperation. Milton A F.
Regular meetings of the Alumni
club will be held
month during the year. Plan
going forward 1 i thi ei i Li 4
a fraternity house on the I':.
I Miami pu The 1
chapter j; the Universitj >f Mi-
ami has a; pres( nl
35 active members, an I
in exist i r, has
.son awards in athletics ana
scholarship. B-b T......-
chapter pri
Temple Beth Sholom
Students Win Awards
The closing exercises of tht
religious school of Temple Beth
Sholom on June 1 were signalized
by the presentation of awards to
outstanding students by Mrs
J. Ell. chairman of the
school.
The Goldman award, presented
annually in honor of his parents
by Louis Goldman to the student
who has made the most progress
in Hebrew studies during the yeai
went to Robert Lachman.
The honor students in the Hc-

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ment, the itudent in each
ivaa awarded a book. They
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Students who did excellent
nted with .< pin,
and certil presented to
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RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
Emma Lazarus Officers Jewish Women's Coun 1
Installed At Dinner Gets Survivors' List
At their annual dinner at the An additional list of J.
Steak House restaurant, Miami orphans nov avht
Beach, the Emma Lazarus chap- been------.....'
ter of B'nai B'rith Women in-
stalled the new slate of officers
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB. 301-311 Washington are.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Motes Mas-
cheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder.
Friday evening services at 6:00. j
Adult Saturday morning service sidcnt of the Fifth !
at 8:30. Junior congregation, un-
der the leadership of Mr. Max
Bcrtman of the faculty, will
received from HIASbyftJ
J section ol
Council of Jewish Woi
':ril'n. ac-l
for the coming year last Wednes- cording to an am
dav. June 4, Mrs. Sarah Piassick, Mrs- Florence Fin
. .. ... ^. tive secretary.
i meet jointly with the adult con-
gregation. Mincha at 6:45 fol-
1 lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on the
Portion of the Week. Daily schoel
from 3:30 to 6:30.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid are-
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
Friday Mincha. 6:30 p.m.. fol-
lowed by Maariv. Saturday ser-
vices. 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 5
p.m. Minche at 6. followed by
Shalos S'udos. Daily services
7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th
aye., Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbos, 6:3* p.m.
Services Saturday. 8:30 a.m. Stu-
dent services, 10 a.m. Mincha at
6 p.m., followed by Shalos S'udos.
Rabbi Grauer will preach on the
"Portion of the Week."
The summer schedule of classes
will run Mondav through Friday on ,
, hotel. Hostess was Mrs. I.
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Bar Mitzvah of David Tower.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Tower. Rabbi Grauer will ad-
Iress thp young man.
Women's division, presiding.
The new officers, each of whom
pledged herself to "light the way
The list.
Hrubieszow,
' townoi
1 and '
three!
rosters containing the nami
survivors f, ,.s l
Kalisch. Poland. now n\f\
for others in service to the or-(burg. Austria: fi
ganization and the community." '
are Mrs. Frances Giller, presi-
dent: Miss Ethel Pont, first vice
president: Mrs. Lyn Warner, sec-
ond vice president; Miss Dorothy
Radcr, recording secretary; Mrs.
Ruth Katzif. corresponding sec-
t
Sereth. Bucovina. Romania )"
plements the '..''.
from other phi.-.. J
the posession of the iUnci] J*
the displaced pei ns and
yivors are scekir. .,, .i
etary, and Mrs. Harriet Bennett,; friends in the Un
treasurer. The lists are open daily
The Emma Lazarus group, com-i public inspection Tf
prising business and professional; offices. 513 Conj bide
women of the Greater Miami J
area, meets the second and fourth
Tuesday of each month at the
Miami Beach YMHA. The first
meeting to be presided over by
the newly installed officers will
be held June 24.
New Hotel Supply
Welcome Wagon Starts
New Baby Service Here
Supplementing ii
community servio
Welcome Wag n launching a
'baby time House Opened Here
direction of M > ,. _,. ,, .
., Hi rman J. Ehrens, Miami busi-
man. who recently returm I I <
the 10th annual inv man who recently ended his
ventionofi ipinNew York in n ither field, has an-
Organized in 1928, Wei mi nounced the ipening of his new
Wagon hi 1,000 branch. "' rida Hotel Supply Co. at 137
in the United Sta! ''' Fl I Miami.
Host* Off ing one of the largest se-
newly eng me- if merchandise of its
makers, mothers of new-born type in the city, the new com-
babies, an I i new- pany will specialize :n linen sup-
comers to thi nitj nd Is, offering, in ad-
offer help and civic information, dition to sheets, towels, pillow
Assisting Mrs. Coleman as ises ..nd mattress covers, an ex-
"baby time hostesses" ;n the Mi- tensivi ent of shower
ami area are Mrs. F W Hirt >! curtains, rugs, table covers, win-
Qoral Gables and Mrs. William H dow urtains and other hotel ac-
Wngley. jr., of Miami, who re-
oently returned from I of ------------------------------
training for the organizal '' iver what has not oc-
work in Memphis. Tenn. curred is a serious malady.
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CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID, 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. and
Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m.
During the services. Joseph.
son of Mrs. Lina Brodsky, and I
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Gulkis. will become Bar Mitzvah.
Hebrew school daily from 9 to
12 noon. Register your child
now.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN- I
TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami'
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman;
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30
p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor
Goldring will officiate. Saturday
service, 9 a.m. Junior eongrega-
tion service, 10 a.m. Daily ser-
vices 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily
religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
Services Friday, 8:15 p.m. and
Saturday morning at 10.
AEP Alumnae Continue
Gifts to French Orphans
Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae
held their regular monthly lunch-
Saturday at the Columbus
M.
Weinstein, Miami lecturer and
book reviewer, who reviewed a
current best-seller. Guests were
asked to bring contributions to
fill boxes which the alumnae
chapter dispatches regularly to
French orphanages.
Blessed are they wh were notl
satisfied to let w, :! ,neI
All the prog n J
made we owe I
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Friday evening services. 5:30
p.m.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th st., Miami. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwiiman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening at 8:15, regular
Sabbath evening services.
Members of the AZA who will
participate in this service are
Jules Pearlman, jr.; Ben Gindy.
Bob Siege] and Arthur Bolotin.
Harold Weinberg will deliver an
address for the AZA.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudecdal*.
Rabbi David Raab.
On Fi iday evening. June 13. at
8:38 p.m., the Bar Mitzvah of
Jules Ben. son of Mr. and Mr6.
Paul Silverman, will take place.
Rabbi David Raab will conduct
'he service and preach the ser-
mon nn the subject of "Youth
Has Vision." Jules, whe was
trained in the religious school.
Will read from the Torah and
deliver a brief message to the
congregation. A reception will
follow and all members of the
Temple and their friends are in-
vited.
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1947
the
PPJDAY, JUNE 13.
Hollywood Auxiliaries
Fnd Season's Activity
.rhl. closing meeting of
.oifi-47 season was held by the
Hilary of the Holly-
1 l rcwish Community Center
, June 3, at the center
building, presided over by Mrs.
- j. Goldman.
' ..,. .-.[tendance of women
View of plans for the
-. year by fund raising
rtrs. Isadore Qrgel. Ad-
ditional PP totmanta to the fund
imittee include Mrs.
linan. Mrs. Louis Han-
mm
ra"
Louis Kravitz, Mrs.
rig, Mrs. Dade Stine
and Mrs. Joseph Baum.

n plans include amateur
,als, lectures, musicals.
tional talks, round table
discussions, book reviews and
according to Mrs. William
lirman of the program
commit'
Further plans for the summer
.;.,, .', vision of the by-laws
to tin' constitution of the auxili-
, mform with the present
group. A constitu-
te comprised of
, mill n Sacks. Mrs. Louis J.
Ted J. Sorin and
William Flacke will
.per steps may be
taken. Th< revised by-laws will
led for approval by the
body with the commencement of
the fall activil
T... is participating
for S.O.S. sup-
ant to S.O.S. (Sup-
ple Overseas Survivors)
- will be made within
Those having dis-
carded clothing in good condition
i Kave their bundles
within the next few
f nents were made
for the buffet supper to be held
on Father's Day,
June IS p.m. The supper,
le concluding pro-
I for the -cason's activities,
en to members and
i'immunity Center.
no admission.
welcomed Mrs.
Harold ','.' as a new member
and Miss Evelyn Lefchez, Mrs.
and Mrs. Dave
.
PAGE ELEVEN
Mrs. Volpe, Music Head,
To Be Honored In N. Y.
Recognition of her services in
helping initiate the first series of
outdoor symphony concerts in
the United States will be accord -
"l Mrs. Mane Volpe, manager
of the University of Miami sym-
phony orchestra, when she is in-
troduced from the stage at Lewi-
sohn stadium. New York, on the
night of June 19.
:- Volpe and her late hus-
l, Arnold, were instrumental
m interesting Mrs. Charles F.
cnheimer in the stadium
ert idea in 1917. She will be
introduced by Mrs. Guggen-
ler.
THREE OF THE Beth David campaign leaders are shown
here with the campaign "fever chart." Standing now at just
under 5200.000 the drive is expected to hit the S250.000 figure
by next Sunday's Father's Day Breakfast affair. Shown
above are Max Swarz. Marry Markowitz. campaign chair-
man, and Moe Feingold.
Miss Melicov Unit Acts
At Nautilus Hospital
-' ss Anyuta Melicov, head of
' entertainment unit which
tours veterans' hospitals in the
area, had as special artists Wed-
: night at the Nautilus hos-
pital. Lou Vogle, Weela Gallez,
Johnny Duggan and Norman
rood, all currently featured
at the Blackamoor room.
An extra attraction was Miss
Betty Carson, WIOU vocalist, who
accompanied by Miss Meli-
three assistant hostesses
Miss Mollie Diamond, Miss
' Lou Rose and Miss Phoebe
K'.iidel.
Music Appreciation Hour
Program of Emanon Club
A music appreciation program
in the form of a radio skit fol-
lowed the regular meeting of the
Emanon club June 11 at the Mi-
ami YMHA. Presented were Miss
Fay Friedman, vocalist; Miss Rita
Quartin, pianist; and accordion
player Eugene Ehrlich. Preced-
ing the musical program was
a dramatization of Beethoven's
"Moonlight Sonata." The pro-
gram was arranged by Miss Jean
Nevel, Miss Nosalie Hoffman, Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Blitt, Reuben Guber-
man and Mitchell Weiser.
Scheduled for the next club
meeting on June 25 is an athletic
series in charge of "Chuck" Klein,
the YMHA director of athletics.
The group is a social organiza-
tion for yung men and women
over 21. Veterans are tendered
a six-months' free membership.
President is Sam Kratish.
Not one man alone has risen
up against us to destroy us. but
in every generation there rise p
against us those who seek to -
stroy us; but the Holy One, b
ed be He, delivers us from '...
hands.Passover Haggadah.
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Harold Becki r, recent gradu-
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according to an announcement
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Other graduates wh
various scholarships were L
Raphael. National Hun at;
Stuart Jacobs, Civic lei
Roberson, PTA: Lenore Sums:.
Kohl; and J met Little, .''. .
Beach Women's club.
Justice is as strictly due be-
tween ni ighbor nations as be-
ll neighbor citizens. A high-;
way-, p. is as much a robbi
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when single: and a nation that!
s an unjust war is only a
i mg.Benjamin Franklin.
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PAGE TWELVE
*Jenist fhridliair

Report Reveals Plans
Of Miami JNF Council
An enthusiastic report, listing
the accomplishments of the past
IT and plans for the future, was
read before the final meeting of
the Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, and stressed
the importance of the "aln
unbelievable transformation in
the organizational life" of
group, according to Sam Proster-
man. council chairman.
In a point-by-point summary
of past events, the report
dosed that the council had sepa-
rated the city into zones I
B x collections, in order to bet-
ter facilil par-
ticipating organi;
The council :.. Jhed a
rule, according t
fund raising projects adopted by
the various member organ
;. ns were subject to council ap-
proval before being undertaken
This was done in order to co-
nnate city-wide activities
The sum'of $12,0
by component organi
of the JNF since Jan i
1047 port rejected objec-
ti ni use of the Blue I
h held them I I-
in fund and were
"unpleas ml
n tati ns
.-.. the plans of I
JNF for the coming season
for the training of fund-
di ive irkers and a tag
in the fall.
. t deliveri i commen-
d ition I variou
m il imong thi i c; ;!d-
fin : Lena Mintzes,
fund ch foi Pi n 'lub
N 2 Mn Si i II :.. P
N i. 1, and F:< Ja K
j.* f ... M .
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Yiddish Radio Hour
Presents Cantor Pinchik
The Yiddish C
new weekly :?.
ad over si
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Pinchik. .'
is its gu
June 15.
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PAGE TWELVE *Jenist fhridliair Report Reveals Plans Of Miami JNF Council An enthusiastic report, listing the accomplishments of the past IT and plans for the future, was read before the final meeting of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and stressed the importance of the "aln unbelievable transformation in the organizational life" of group, according to Sam Prosterman. council chairman. In a point-by-point summary of past events, the report dosed that the council had separated the city into zones I B x collections, in order to better facilil participating organi; The council :.. Jhed a rule, according t fund raising projects adopted by the various member organ ;. ns were subject to council approval before being undertaken This was done in order to connate city-wide activities The sum'of $12,0 by component organi of the JNF since Jan i 1047 port rejected objecti ni ' toward ihe future by planning for il now. Itemize the things you want and bow mucb tbey cost. Tben budget an amount to be saved regular!) from your salary or otber income wbicb will make .1 possible lor you t.> Live what you want when you want il and at .1 lime when your dollars u // perhaps go farther than they ./.1 today! A Savings Account in your lir^i National Hank of Miami can be the greatest aid to you in this planning. You can safely deposit the amount you allot for the realization of your plans. A First National Bank Savings Account is bandy, convenient and your deposits draw intercut. And, incidentally, this bank accepts Joint Savings Account.-. I he Savings Department ol your 1 ir.-t National Bank is only one of many departments. I lore you will lind every modern banking facility at your service. You are cordially invited to use our facilities and services to the fullest and experience the friendly, helpful manner in which all transactions are handled .it Miami's oldest and largest financial institution. TharirstNafionalBank of Miami Miami's OUcst and Largest financial Institution EstaLluhed 1902 • 101 East Flngler Street Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve Systc in



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1947 the PPJDAY, JUNE 13. Hollywood Auxiliaries Fnd Season's Activity rhl closing meeting of .oifi-47 season was held by the Hilary of the Holly1 l r c wish Community Center June 3, at the center building, presided over by Mrs. j. Goldman. ..,. .-.[tendance of women View of plans for the • %  -. year by fund raising rtrs. Isadore Qrgel. Additional PP totmanta to the fund imittee include Mrs. linan. Mrs. Louis Hanmm ra" Louis Kravitz, Mrs. rig, Mrs. Dade Stine and Mrs. Joseph Baum. • n plans include amateur a ls, lectures, musicals. tiona l talks, round table discussions, book reviews and according to Mrs. William lirman of the program commit' Further plans for the summer .;.,, .', vision of the by-laws to tin' constitution of the auxili, mform with the present group. A constitute comprised of mill n Sacks. Mrs. Louis J. Ted J. Sorin and William Flacke will .per steps may be taken. Th< revised by-laws will led for approval by the body with the commencement of the fall activil T ... is participating for S.O.S. supant to S.O.S. (Supple Overseas Survivors) will be made within Those having discarded clothing in good condition • i Kave their bundles within the next few f nents were made for the buffet supper to be held on Father's Day, June IS p.m. The supper, le concluding proI for the -cason's activities, en to members and i 'immunity Center. no admission. welcomed Mrs. Harold ','.' as a new member and Miss Evelyn Lefchez, Mrs. and Mrs. Dave PAGE ELEVEN Mrs. Volpe, Music Head, To Be Honored In N. Y. Recognition of her services in helping initiate the first series of outdoor symphony concerts in the United States will be accord "l Mrs. Mane Volpe, manager of the University of Miami symphony orchestra, when she is introduced from the stage at Lewisohn stadium. New York, on the night of June 19. : Volpe and her late husl, Arnold, were instrumental m interesting Mrs. Charles F. cnheimer in the stadium ert idea in 1917. She will be introduced by Mrs. Guggenler. THREE OF THE Beth David campaign leaders are shown here with the campaign "fever chart." Standing now at just under 5200.000 the drive is expected to hit the S250.000 figure by next Sunday's Father's Day Breakfast affair. Shown above are Max Swarz. Marry Markowitz. campaign chairman, and Moe Feingold. Miss Melicov Unit Acts At Nautilus Hospital -' ss Anyuta Melicov, head of entertainment unit which tours veterans' hospitals in the area, had as special artists Wed:• night at the Nautilus hospital. Lou Vogle, Weela Gallez, Johnny Duggan and Norman rood, all currently featured at the Blackamoor room. An extra attraction was Miss Betty Carson, WIOU vocalist, who % % % %  accompanied by Miss Melithree assistant hostesses Miss Mollie Diamond, Miss %  Lou Rose and Miss Phoebe K'.iidel. Music Appreciation Hour Program of Emanon Club A music appreciation program in the form of a radio skit followed the regular meeting of the Emanon club June 11 at the Miami YMHA. Presented were Miss Fay Friedman, vocalist; Miss Rita Quartin, pianist; and accordion player Eugene Ehrlich. Preceding the musical program was a dramatization of Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata." The program was arranged by Miss Jean Nevel, Miss Nosalie Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Blitt, Reuben Guberman and Mitchell Weiser. Scheduled for the next club meeting on June 25 is an athletic series in charge of "Chuck" Klein, the YMHA director of athletics. The group is a social organization for yung men and women over 21. Veterans are tendered a six-months' free membership. President is Sam Kratish. Not one man alone has risen up against us to destroy us. but in every generation there rise p against us those who seek to stroy us; but the Holy One, b ed be He, delivers us from '... hands.—Passover Haggadah. MIAMI BEACH Better Class Listings On Oceanfront Properties, Hulclt, Homes or Investments B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor 605 Lincoln Rd. Phone 5-586.. "Trustworthy Service" Beach High Graduates Awarded Scholarships Harold Becki r, recent graduate of Miami Beach Senior High school, has been awe led the Beach Jewish Centaccording to an announcement recently by school offii Other graduates wh various scholarships were L Raphael. National Hun at; Stuart Jacobs, Civic lei Roberson, PTA: Lenore SUMS:. Kohl; and J met Little, .' %  '. Beach Women's club. Justice is as strictly due between ni ighbor nations as bell neighbor citizens. A high; way-, P. is as much a robbi when he plunders in a when single: and a nation that! s an unjust war is only a i mg.—Benjamin Franklin. Sfc GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 53-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD #<32>** I m, 'v AUTO RADIO SERVICE CHEVROLET CO. 1055 W. 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FBIDAY. JUN E 13. 1947 Isabel Wahl Married To Earl Rosenfield Th e nuptials of Isabel F. Wahl %  v,,i Rosenfield were celeSunday, June 8, at hotel m a candleSditceren my with habbi Irving ting. daughter of Mr. and wahl, lioo Tenth •. M Beach, was attended ;;. :, Betty Hirst as matron I ,;,, le Mr. Rosenfield, D( •,; Ann Rosenfield ol chose his brother •., • num. The brideBarnett Dressner, T I U Miss Wahl was lenl ,.i New York attending schools ,„'.!, She was affiliated % %  %  Mercantile I ii two years. y[ t i; nfield, a graduate of i ,i. served four i Navy overseas. luncheon for 50 guests ; tne newlyfor Cuba, where 1 10 days. Th( w jj| ,. home in Miami. Miami Orthodox Group Acquires New Land Mi>i quiri [ On %  H > JewistrhrSdlii^f) PAGE FIVE Jewish Orthodox reel ntly aelot located < in i the ci • With ttiii e ation n >> %  on s. W. Fifth to Sixth st ed lot %  il cict a modern I community The services look pla,e aT.hT Center on S 25 W? li* ] !" h C Ruth Faik. Lenora Freedmrn. Toby Goluskin Glor'i n r r e d ar ?Cv via ^ Sydelle Busker. Eleanor Janowilz, Joan Kobrin HelenarW I G od !" ". Marcia Hankoff. Carol Jaffee. Lou Rose. Mona Rubenstein Rutr> SrL eJ I re, e Lev:tt. Joan Osheroff. Ina Rattet. Gerry Gloria Wq„ermn and BarbaraYagoda "^'^ Car Sieg er NanCy Tar1 ^ Sylvia Miller Nuptials To Leon Holbert May 19 May 19 to Loon Ho] S w %  Bi Thi 'Hip'; lls the patio ol I LEGAL NOTICES iv COI HT K TIIK CUM TIT IS VSIl l; i iCXTV, I'l.' IRIDA %  • MAM, VKANI, ORDLH OF F'UDLICATION Tii. .i— i'l. IPANI, city, Complaint (or • i.nil in ill,abi'\e e the I %  n .. IT : i il.. .... .'.'Ilil will Ul Inst 3 i !.. a once :i ivcoh i I W i 1.11.. : I .I.i 1947, i i i I.. MAN. Court. %  KICK, JR., ity Clerk i 'I RT K Tl 11 • IIM'CIT IN AN l> "IN IV, FLORIDA. IX 'l! 1 ti.V, ORDER OF PUBLICATION UN M, W fled i a ordered 'in|il;iilll for ,"ii In the above %  thi 151 i im .. on i>lainl will be In* j lubllshed once %  .in 11 111 ,V-|'.,|"'I I Miss Schuman to Marry In Sunday Ceremonies Lehrman of th %  %  %  %  in munitv • Juni 15 of Hi ; M Mol1445 R I ch, Gerald : M %  -in. %  %  1240 :. nil act Ihe b ind Mrs. tel at 4 p.m. M Schum in is a i lual il and Mrs. 1011 .M Wayne university and spent four tnd a half years in the Army. three of them as a prisoner of in Germany. A cocktail reception and dinner will follow the ceremonies, after which the couple will leave a month's honeymoon in Mexico and Cuba. They will make their home in Miami'Reach on their return. A regular meeting of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation has been called by A. M. Bear, president for Tuesday. June 17, at 8 p.m.. al the synagogue. Evelyn Cohen Will Wed Daniel Furman June 15 Miss Evelyn Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cohen. 3487 Chase ave., Miami Beach, will be married at her home on June 15 at 8 p.m. to Daniel Furman, son of Louis Furman, 512 12th st. Rabbi Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, will officiate. The bride will be attended by her sister, Lillian, and the bridegroom by his brother, Paul Furman. Miss Cohen is a graduate of Roosevelt High school in Washington, D. C, and attended Columbia Technical School of. Commercial Art in the same city. She is a member of the Miami Beach Youth chapter of the Amerit tn Jewish Congress, active on the newspaper committee of thit group, and is employed as secretary of the Miami Beach Apartment association. Mr. Furman is a graduate of the College of the City of New York and spent three and a half years in the Army, seeing overseas service with the infantry in Italy. He is also a member of the AJC youth group. 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PAGE TEN 9-Jenl^ncrkUan I^AYJUNE 13 194 l Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Elect New Officers The annual election meeting of the Alumni club of Pi Lambda Phi fratwnity of Greater Miami was held on June 2 in the Minor Key room at Bill Jordan's Bar of Music, Miami Beach. Paul Marks, outgoing president, reported on the formation of another active chapter in the Pi Lambda Ph< fraternity at the University of Miami. More than 100 members comprise the local Alumni club, which elected the, following officers: Leonard wien, president: Bill Jordan, vice president; AIvin Cassell. vice president; Morton Pallot. secretary; Arnold Rubin, treasurer; financial Si Ury, Joseph M. Lipton. Board of directors: Arnold Greenfield. Milton A Friedman, Sidney Aronovitz, Irving Cypen, Bernard Fuller, Henry Hohauser. Edward Lovitz, Maurice Gromer. Bernard Wall and Milton G..yn.c. Committee chairmen app by the president were: Waj means. Joseph M. Lipton: building. Henry Hohauser; enti meat, Arthur G ui -= m and Jack Low; meetings. Leonard 1" University ol Miami eoopei Bill Jordan; I': if Florid oooperation. Milton A F. Regular meetings of the Alumni club will be held month during the year. Plan going forward 1 i thi ei i Li 4 a fraternity house on the I':. I Miami pu The 1 chapter J; the Universitj >f Miami has a; pres( nl 35 active members, an I in exist i r, has .son awards in athletics ana scholarship. B-b T chapter pri Temple Beth Sholom Students Win Awards The closing exercises of tht religious school of Temple Beth Sholom on June 1 were signalized by the presentation of awards to outstanding students by Mrs J. Ell. chairman of the school. The Goldman award, presented annually in honor of his parents by Louis Goldman to the student who has made the most progress in Hebrew studies during the yeai went to Robert Lachman. The honor students in the Hc• Pali i:. ii B lly Phaplro, K.l, MorrU Bn ) % %  %  ]i.utrll ;: %  %  IV ii %  i •he Sunday school department, the itudent in each ivaa awarded a book. They wi i I Ijet -'..... • Rl • V % %  • .. \!....! %  I v a %  Students who did excellent nted with .< pin, and certil presented to %  t attendance. I lid excellent work R Rl % %  )*! i • Rod I KAptan, l *-iI %  _•. • I: .!.. • Jaffi R< • I Paul R —II ie SI I %  : %  *.;.. %  v.. •., Sfl bin, l..i n %  Va tVyi i %  .• d .\ %  -. %  1 Sal Ulldi Ith<*ta Hlr* Hi VI A %  Shea, Ckrol Pi nla* Rh od i i • se with perfect attendance t : • Bel Mel • %  .'.',.,, \ ol • \ %  Richard Shi %  %  / %  %  S %  I '• • Rothi \x-ne, Hi I .. • Man%  SI au' Con blum, %  • U I R ind, Mai B .ii I Roll RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY Emma Lazarus Officers Jewish Women's Coun 1 Installed At Dinner Gets Survivors' List At their annual dinner at the An additional list of J. Steak House restaurant, Miami orphans nov avht Beach, the Emma Lazarus chapbeen • • ter of B'nai B'rith Women installed the new slate of officers ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington are., Miami Beach. Rabbi Motes Mascheloff; Cantor Louis D. Feder. Friday evening services at 6:00. j Adult Saturday morning service sidcnt of t h e Fifth at 8:30. Junior congregation, under the leadership of Mr. Max Bcrtman of the faculty, will received from HIASbyftJ J section ol Council of Jewish Woi :ril 'n. ac-l for the coming year last Wednescording to an am dav. June 4, Mrs. Sarah Piassick, Mrs Florence Fin • .. —... ^. • tive secretary. i meet jointly with the adult congregation. Mincha at 6:45 fol1 lowed by Shalos Seudos. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Daily schoel from 3:30 to 6:30. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid areMiami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. Friday Mincha. 6:30 p.m.. followed by Maariv. Saturday services. 8:30 a.m. Saturday at 5 p.m. Minche at 6. followed by Shalos S'udos. Daily services 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th aye., Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbos, 6:3* p.m. Services Saturday. 8:30 a.m. Student services, 10 a.m. Mincha at 6 p.m., followed by Shalos S'udos. Rabbi Grauer will preach on the "Portion of the Week." The summer schedule of classes will run Mondav through Friday £ on „ hotel. Hostess was Mrs. I. from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Bar Mitzvah of David Tower. son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tower. Rabbi Grauer will adIress thp young man. Women's division, presiding. The new officers, each of whom pledged herself to "light the way The list. Hrubieszow, townoi 1 and %  %  three! rosters containing the nami %  survivors f, ,. s l Kalisch. Poland. now n\f\ for others in service to the or-(burg. Austria: fi ganization and the community." are Mrs. Frances Giller, president: Miss Ethel Pont, first vice president: Mrs. Lyn Warner, second vice president; Miss Dorothy Radcr, recording secretary; Mrs. Ruth Katzif. corresponding sect Sereth. Bucovina. Romania %  „ %  )" plements the '..''. from other phi.-.. J the posession of the i Unci ] J* the displaced pei ns and • yivors are scekir. .,, .i etary, and Mrs. Harriet Bennett, ; friends in the Un treasurer. The lists are open daily The Emma Lazarus group, com-i public inspection Tf prising business and professional; offices. 513 Conj bide women of the Greater Miami J area, meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the Miami Beach YMHA. The first meeting to be presided over by the newly installed officers will be held June 24. New Hotel Supply Welcome Wagon Starts New Baby Service Here Supplementing ii community servio Welcome Wag n launching a 'baby time House Opened Here direction of M > %  ,. _,. ,, ., Hi rman J. Ehrens, Miami busiman. who recently returm I I < the 10th annual inv man who recently ended his ventionofi ipinNew York in n ither field, has anOrganized in 1928, Wei mi nounced the ipening of his new Wagon hi 1,000 branch. %  "' rida Hotel Supply Co. at 137 in the United Sta! '•'•' Fl I Miami. Host* %  Off ing one of the largest senewly eng meif merchandise of its makers, mothers of new-born type in the city, the new combabies, an I i newpany will specialize :n linen supcomers to thi nitj nd '• Is, offering, in adoffer help and civic information, dition to sheets, towels, pillow Assisting Mrs. Coleman as ises ..nd mattress covers, an ex"baby time hostesses" ;n the Mitensivi ent of shower ami area are Mrs. F W Hirt >! curtains, rugs, table covers, winQoral Gables and Mrs. William H dow urtains and other hotel acWngley. jr., of Miami, who re• oently returned from I of training for the organizal '•' %  iver what has not ocwork in Memphis. Tenn. curred is a serious malady. ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third are.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Services Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Sabbath services at 8:30 a.m. During the services. Joseph. son of Mrs. Lina Brodsky, and I David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gulkis. will become Bar Mitzvah. Hebrew school daily from 9 to 12 noon. Register your child now. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENI TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami' Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman; Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor Goldring will officiate. Saturday service, 9 a.m. Junior eongregation service, 10 a.m. Daily services 9 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Daily religious school 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services Friday, 8:15 p.m. and Saturday morning at 10. AEP Alumnae Continue Gifts to French Orphans Alpha Epsilon Phi alumnae held their regular monthly lunchSaturday at the Columbus M. Weinstein, Miami lecturer and book reviewer, who reviewed a current best-seller. Guests were asked to bring contributions to fill boxes which the alumnae chapter dispatches regularly to French orphanages. Blessed are they wh were notl satisfied to let w, :! ne I All the prog n J made we owe I FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp ROCK HARBOR No. 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 • 78-2972 DIA MOND 1 | CAB PHONE 3-4627 Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beef Pastrami IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronishc Can.or Samuel Kelemer. Friday evening services. 5:30 p.m. REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st., Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman; Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening at 8:15, regular Sabbath evening services. Members of the AZA who will participate in this service are Jules Pearlman, jr.; Ben Gindy. Bob Siege] and Arthur Bolotin. Harold Weinberg will deliver an address for the AZA. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Laudecdal*. Rabbi David Raab. On Fi iday evening. June 13. at 8:38 p.m., the Bar Mitzvah of Jules Ben. son of Mr. and Mr6. Paul Silverman, will take place. Rabbi David Raab will conduct 'he service and preach the sermon nn the subject of "Youth Has Vision." Jules, whe was trained in the religious school. Will read from the Torah and deliver a brief message to the congregation. A reception will follow and all members of the Temple and their friends are invited. Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. 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-> BBB c ?-ev^EBS^' PAGE TWO +Jtntet> tk-radkui FRIDAY. JUNE 13, 194? Gerrye Gewertz Is Wed To Leonard Hyman Here The wedding of Miss Gerrye Gewertz to Leonard Hyman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hyman. 1531 S. W. Sixth St., was announced here recently by the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Covan Is Groom Of Texas Girl Sunday Leonard Lewis Covan, s >n < %  I Mr. and Mrs. Norman Covan, 2318 S W 20th St., Miami, will lake as his bride on Sunday, June 15, Miss Sydell Feldman. daugh;,:• ,,f Mrs I.'.ly Goodman Feldman, Corpus Chi isti, Ti xas, and Mr. David Feldman, of New The wedding, to be performed bj Rabbi Sidney Wolf, will take Temple Beth El in ( i: pus Christi. Covai iduati ami Si nior High tended the University Z" Beta Tau H< served Navy tfoi tw His bridi pus Chi isti H:.I thi Cnivi Delta Ph Epsilon s Following a Havana, the couple will M iami. Edith Shier Is Wed In Impressive Rites \,, ible ring June 8, .1 Miss Edith .; nd M i I S er.,1236 S W 21 Personally Speaking fl li 4" n n m %  %  ^k 1 I ^-* i j^ ** U-L ^ I #~* I Mi. and Mrs. Manuel Tanenbaum, 1631 Meridian c Miami Beach, and their son Mark, will spend the next three monthr traveling and sightseeing. They will attend the wed ding of Mr. Tanenbaum's sister in New York late in June will return to Miami Beach in September. ie, and Nathan A. Gewertz, 624 Collins ave., Miami Beach. The couple, both gra Miami Senior High school, v united at Beth David syn on June 1 by Rabbi Max S The bride was attended by hei sister, HeU-n. as maul of honor, while Sidney Hyman. brother of the brid acted as man. A reception ai Club 79, Hi followed the which the newlyweds left I u a honeymoon in Hendei N. C. The couple will mi home at 1632 Mi : liar ave Miami Beach. Joyce Lichtenstein Wed To Frank Zieve June 1 Sun %  ning nu| M .1 Lichl and D : Zievi wi i held me 1 in I R with F :. iting T the da i ti M n I Mi 134 Dn X' I vt-. Mian i Beach. Mr. / the .m ol Mr. and Mrs, R 292 N. W 32nd st. M Natalie Goodman to Get Salem Academy Diploma Scheduled to re< i ploma from Salem acadi n y, Win I >nSalem. N, C, is Miss Nat Goodman, daughter of Dr and Mrs. Morris Goodman. 3619 Flamingo dr., Miami 11 Miss Goodman has been member of the academy dramatics society for three years, a member of the glee club I years as well as lecture committee representative. She was honorably mentioned for academic achievement this spring. % urdine's Blue Denim Play Clothes JJ.98 to $4-50 Again Burdine's has wonderful Blue Denim coordinated playclothes popular for sailing, fishing, gardening, or just loafing. Sanforized shrunk to launder well. Pointed np with gay, red piping. Sizes 10 to 18 in the group. shorts $ 2.98 halter $ 1.98 pedal pushers $3.50 jacket $ 4.50 MIAMI BTORB, BKACHWBAB, THIRD BTJOOB .\i.s<> AT BURDINE'S LINCOLN ROAD to Bernard A] n if Mi s Mai ii Appli baum, 1715 S W 2 i: Mi x Shapiro ofl .it tin was held I. n llllled nd Tom Gould and Mi Sam W %  % %  of Philadelphia: Mr Zion. ol A.1 11 : Mi and M G • %  .: Mrs. ] a! %  Shii M A High iliss S 1 m Resei ve university in 1 • 11 %  \ n 1 membei of thi club, ilso a %  • Appli bau Miami ii : nd I M : choli'. 4 ll< spent foui il %  mi cars in the Pai I ding lesl t Bel 1' ivid R IF 1 B L hi 1 u p honeymoon in the Attended by he-:' ti G as maid of honor, the I a gown of 1 satin and her m I 1 veil of chantilly lai %  [ seed pearl Phi mar was Howard Levine and Gi n Millei. tin Goldbi g, Saul P .1 ie Pardo, Stanlej Saval and Stanli W A rei dinner for 1(10 guests followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mi s William Zie> Baltimore. Dr. and M M. Allen of Baj onne, N, J., gi and parents from Brooklyn, an I ditional family guests New York and Baltimore. A graduate of Miami Beai h High school, the bride is a member of Junior Hadassah, Young People's league, and Rose chaptei. B'nai B'l ith. The groom is a graduate of Baltimore City col n I 1 ved two j ears in th< Navy. Both now are students ai the University of Miami. Following a two-week honeymoon in New York, the COUph will be feted upon then return with a reception at the home of the bride's mother on Drexel ave. AT BOTH'"'TH|ATRES. mtATYU ltncoLn I 1*1* C0HtMTlO*>ID\ I j L "' CO*D4TIO*€0 ft US I flAGim SI II LINCOLN OAD OPEN 10:4 I MIAMI BtACH 111:45 SUNDAY ihe spirit so willing the spirit so willinc, —the romance so wonderful! GENE TIERNEY REX HARRISON GEORGE SANDERS "The Ghost ind Mrs. Muir" Mi. and Mrs. Leonard Abess, 3701 Chase ave., Miami Beach, are expected back home this week-end after a brief visit to New York. They will return in time to meet M rs Abess' mother, Mrs. A. A. Ungar. who is due in from a trip to California. The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rader, 1667 Washington ave., was celebrated on ]une 10th by a small family dinner attended by their daughter, Dorothy. The Haders leave for a summer vacation in New York on June 14. | A surprise party in honor of the 72nd birthday of Mrs. Jessi Zucker was tendered last Saturday by her dauqhter, Mrs. Jules Fearlman. Mr. Jacob H. Katz, 2239 S. W. 21st st., leaves Miami on June 15 for New Orleans, where he will embark on a voyaqe to Johannesburg, Uriion of South Africa, for a year's visit with relat ; ver. Mrs. Euqenia Lilienfeld. 304 Ocean dr., has joined the trekl of Miamians to the North, leaving recently for a summer visit| with her sons in Baltimore, Md. Mi. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kogos have left Miami for an ex-l tended tour of New York, Boston and the White Mountains inl New Hampshire. They will return here in September. Scranton, Pa., and Atlantic City are the destinations of Mr.j and Mrs. Harry Berman and family. They will return to Miami| after a few weeks. Terese Kuyf, popular governess at the Versailles hotel Miamij Beach, flies to Philadelphia June 14 to attend the 50th weddingl anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Kuyf. Among the early vacationers at Duncragqan Inn, Henderson-I ville, N. C., are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverstein of Miami Beach.l Mr. and Mrs. Saul I. Kenholz and their dauqhter, Helene, ofl Miami Beach, left last Sunday to spend the summer in New! York and adjoining mountain resorts. They will return herd early in September. Miss Miriam Feit, dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835| Collins ave., has left for Detroit, where she will be the hous quest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rose while visiting friends a relatives there. She will then proceed to New York to r her uncle. Abe Faith, of Belfast, Ireland, on his arrival here! Miss Feit also plans to attends the Habonim training farm att Creamridqe, N. J.before returning to Miami. Mi. and Mrs. Moe Feinqold. 2323 S. W. 21st ave.. will be< home to their friends Sunday evening, June 15, in honor oft! birth o! their daughter, Karen E. Miss Rosalyn England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs._A. England. 300 E. San Marino dr., has returned home from Florida State university to spend the summer vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Kupferstein will leave Miami June 27 New York where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Feller, their son Ivan Jay, and Mr. and Mrs. George Feller have left on a brief motoring trip to Macom Ga., where they will spend a vacation. Mi. and Mrs. Philip Catsman are leaving June 14 for theij summer home in Roscommon, Mich. Their son, Daywlwj drive them to their nor'hern residence after which he win no to New York to meet his wife, returning to Miami in inr weeks. While in Michigan the Catsmans will visit their_ c dren in Detroit and Flint. They will return to Miami in OctoDei Mrs. Leonore Curtice and her daughters. Beverly and1 Patnci are leaving Miami for the summer. Patricia will attend tne American Music Camp at Augusta. Ga., to which she awarded a scholarship from Miami High school. Bev Y pursue art studies in New York. All three will return here the fall. Mrs. Louis Glasser and her children, Mono Lou Soiwj Stephanie and Phyllis Lee. left Thursday for New York, j they will visit Dr. and Mrs. Morris Kaplan. They wil oe j at their New Jersey home by Mr. Glasser. who wiUira them to the Laurentian mountains m Canada. • leaves in August for the World Jewish Congress in fa Miss Tena Adele Mankes is visiting her P 0 ^ 11 5 ^ Mrs. Herman Mankes, 1100 Tenth st., Miami Beacn, on m from her studies in dramatic arts at New York uniyers_ r ^ Mankes formerly attended the University ot u ""; y ho0 Mankes family will leave in two weeks for their sun at Ossining, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen. 5985 Alton rd. ^J^jSJ reception at their home for their son Burton an ji Miss Diane Resnick. More than 500 guests a en e u Hi of the betrothed couple, who -will be married mi ick 1 Resnick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josepn Philadelphia. e d that Harry I. Magid. Lincoln rd. realtor, has ann< ?J! nc Jj m \ son, Malcolm J. Magid, is now associated wi ^ (orC ^ business, after his recent discharge from the n where he served as a pilot. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gainsboro. 609 16th st. : celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary m Q I trip to Havana, in company with ,heir d ug Hancock, %  who, on their returnleaves for,Camp Windsor, Miami Beach eek by|


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PAGE SIX pJewlslfhtrldlar FRIDAY, IUNE 13. 1947 Hebrew School Plans Cornerstone Ceremonies Tentative plans for the laying of a cornerstone on the new building of the Miami Hebrew school and Junior Congn 1 on June 29. were announced this week by the group's consl committee. Work lias already stai '.'''I on the edifice, which will be located at S. W, 12th ave. and 11th st. Rabbi Simon April is itual leader It is estimated that the 1 ing will cost approximately $55,000 and will contain, when comI, an air-, ooled audil n. seven classrooms, ample k I n facilities^ and landscaped | for indoor and outdoor functions. The building ;.expected to be completed in Augu I should bo ready 1 w orship Hig Hoi; Days Tl e • in com:' .'.., k Stoni Ben S I %  nd 11 M D 1 K; pi.a-. a > : : on 1 Tiio execul ivi b '.. d %  % %  junio congn E Shi '.! and Mai %  recently held I thi V Rosenblum, Mrs I Mrs M s Rose Rubin %  :. S nd 1 ConPresident Names Board Of Junior Hadassah v 1 %  its nev %  i ; plans for 1 a njunci %  1 %  1 %  Mi r Ro| ..::.:. %  • A. Hen ett 0 no, Other cha -. •. affairs C D menl Han el 1. %  tin, Flo. em 1 Sa Shimmel; 1 : C hen: choi al, s m /. .in! %  • 1. pitalil r; .• %  • %  >; : 1 al Fund Elain Klien; • .: Trudi Lach one,. SI : I! N'attalie I Ann B Voting .liar D and Youth A. D IN Miami Hebrew School To Hold Lawn Buffet The Miami Hebrew School and junior Congregation, in its sum„, ii s of monthly functions, Will give a buffo: SUppei SunVIIMIXIA day, June 15, al •"> p.m., on thi „ .,, ol Mi ind >n.\ vxi.n ;x-> LEGAL NOTICE Tin: fin -" '•:-,.,VtV, i :.W" N n Mrs. E. L Becker. 1121 S, W Si cond Sl Miami. Apfelbaum. chairm the ways and means conn: tl and M ph Schw adi on, r >chairman, are in • era! arrangements : ments will hy Mes.1 %  R p| p Klebi I Sok <\ .Braunsti Mesdami Ed M iss, M 0 ril : Nal Coull m. :. ; %  :K • Glanl id E< i :' %  i*' of d lions : A s| t I i'' Day, and At PTA Luncheon Mrs. Safer Honored A •• %  il luncheon h E : < : PTA t the M .; s %  \1 sot it at th ooi .: Vu t. Leona A 11. ...,. |, %  UN i >N KKI.l. I • %  %  LEGAL NOTICE v ,,,,,.,. s ,,1-ei i:v niVRN that • : ; .: to engage In %  ..„• ,.f ., PA-rniKiiw iil'TI KT l"l Inter th; M Clrcull I • lie i l\' II IH'RKK VON ZAMIT & VOX ZAMFT. VII 1 Hi • %  i r n I.I N 1 .'. \1 u s II \. i ru-K is HI • i • %  i-' %  \ \ i %  •' M .. %  %  • %  i. I VII -. I |l I Atl Mi-rirrc is 111 :i: i:i %  -1 HIVEN th jl .,1 in busl• :: M, ,.-|;l IT HIIII'PRM, \ mi l.eiien, K idu. and Inl • %  f 71 i Pade reg in the II c.iirt of P riwl the i"-' • ... i bunlnew an ,.i \\y\ J MEYERS. %  • h> >! ntln S \l: Ml MKl KRS, %  R ;i: OIIERTKOP, tpplicunt. \CV. is i; %  Hie II %  : VMKItir.W IXVKSTMI IXT Robert i Dav.d |Xg ; ;•,•, %  is nil: I'IIHTIT I'"|'I:T OK PHE I.-I |.;\ r\ ,11 .III %  %  I \l. iMIU'l'IT vN |, |-,,i: icM-i: OIINTV. ii.-i;11 %  \ I* -'ii VNOEIO \,. |{|S w i:iXIIKIt \ ltrcK> late of %  •. -1 Oi ll'.n w P lllniitn Dade rounl offlre in the CVMIIII Dade IV.unl ;e monthi 'i -: 1'iil'li. at Ion in %  or demands to ''' %  ''' || ||| ,.-, %  !;', will bo Imi red S< i:'::: I'mlinti \ I IIATEI • this II iA D 1947 SWIIIM. \ PITERPAS v Vdi Inlstrai I'Xo of tin 111 I'KSTEIX, w li.1.1 \.\i I. L.M.:.. Attoi %  ngn Miami, P Itl i 6, %  • i ;: NOTH'E IS HEREIIY HIVE.N the undi • • vvoRi.u wii'i: IMI ,. x I'l iRTIXl CO., Miami, Florlila, Inti aid : .' mi i 'Iroult i '"ai t of I 'adi i MAl'RICI %  WILLIAM L. PALM \ | o rn e j foi \ %  I > %  zftfa LEGAL NOTICE II M! .III.Mis LKVINSKT JAMES l> 1". KKi LL lilVLN Dial Mil ... %  i! n :rsv OIVEX W^<\ I..ml i %  i .... ... IIKXIIY W 1.1 "" t of I '."! %  %  1 \\\l:rv: FRIEDMAN • I M \ N NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME I DM \ N LAW 710 S. W 12th AV. MIAMH TEl. 3-3431 J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME • %  II In N. V |.li • %  I.i I "I >l I I I V \l \ \ P. I-: lll'KXEY I \ LAN. J. Tom Watson Opens Gubernatorial Race Stressing bi 'lief : hal relations is the chat p ilitical issue of the Flo la Attorney General J. Tom Watson this week announced that "Providence willing." he lnteno nor of the stale in thi '.ions. The fiery Watson, who has been in thick of myriad controvi during his adn in I ion, added that lie considered "the exi cost of government and excessive taxation" as the next most important issues Hi-declined, however to state any platform, promhe would do SO .vhen official campaigning stalled. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARCE XuTIl %  11A Wll W P Ills 1 %  w IT ,,l i .. 11X A K11 11 i I:I aril r \ i a l:\irrr RII Vlti III rl Ol II. I •; IT 1ST i i|-' THE i-| \l. 1-1 Itl X"l ^ %  l! ^ • ISM \ \ • • WIN;: l RS WINIFRED SMITH %  VRE I IKK RICH ... I %  IAN. :i x<; h V WE OfFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Infwmatioo Gladly Futruthtd on Re<*ieit SERVINC MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish \Z4 HOUR • ( IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director ) IDE MBULAfJCE SHVIC3E I33S W*ihlniaB ** &f • BDWABD T. N*.*'!**" run*f ORW 7*th SI. Rtf Am$*^0ix A MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. 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rpmAY. JU NE 13. 1947 (i Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, l nc y • „ ACTION: time these lines arc read v v\ inquiry committee may Pi" route to Palestine, after mnletinu its meetings in New These sessions were Sail thai they were expected comP 1 V In fact, U.N. Secretary toneraiTrygveLie,aswella8the ^members A the 11-man cornmuch embar... the other six memappear However, faile d | appear when the led However, : ,l and not the bcrinnin rk of thc com ;nt When tarts its hearings ,! will be confused, by the multiprevailing among ith regard to the of the Palestine • %  ';' %  "e Ifadby Dr. Chaim Weizw ho favor outright partition • %  ''" : re are tnos( wno .nil want a Jewshland "f!'">i Dan to Beersheba" Magnea group mer Hatzair who becoming a biThere are Zionfer a continulish mandate, proriding Jewish immigration and n .M a larger scale 1 by the mandatory; ..Tlii' %  also some whoj Palestine under [ :.-Russian trus:.:MC as a Jewtablishcd Ben-Gurion. thairman I the Jewish Agency %  • out with a :. part of Palestine be pi I %  Jewish state i : %  : %  f the country reBritish mandate of the inquiry i by these Swing d s among the fcws Especially 11 of tin il ly the Jews igh the Jew• VBER1 /•:. committee I ommend the \^ : itine into a fjwish -late or bi-national.'. in, the real issue at the general assembly in September will be the question of a Palestine trusteeship u is obvious that a transitional period must ensue before Palestine becomes either a Jewish state or a bi-national state Thls !" nod may last three years, five years, or even longer I n this interim period—no matter what the assembly's decision will be— Palestine will have to be placed under trusteeship It is „„ thls point that the Big Three. W |U clash after the inquiry committee submits its report Britain, of course, will attempt to secure sole trusteeship over Palestine Soviet Russia will demand an international trusteeship. w ith herself as one ,,f the trustees a will be up to the United States Jo tip Hie seale Small Woiulei that American Zionist leade convinced that the key to the alestine question is still i n the hands of Washington, even tl the .yes of the world are now directed toward the inquirv committee Incidentally, i, of the American V. mi | h ency Council are warning against attempts being made to represent the U.N. inquiry commit:, leaning towards the Jews They emphasize that such p tions are not only premature, bul definitely harmful ... On the whole, they believe that tile inquiry body is far from -neutral" and that its coi tion need not inspire jubilation on the part I the Jews They point out that two pro-Arab and two pro-B members are on the committee. and while the other members are moie or less neutral, they can easily fall under the influenceof their colleagues The official attitude of Amerii. n Z n I leadership is that any guesswork with regard to the p issible sentiments of the committee may prove not mly inaccurate but evi a I 'ng Especially the p tions of some that the committee' will favor partition ... 1: must ne borne in mind that the .1 case, as presented in the United 1 ns by the 1. ;. ,t the| Jewish Agency, was n it .. request for partition. • • • COMMUNITY NOTES: Rabbi Philip Bernstein, who has performed a great servic K visor on Jewish affairs to the American military government in Germany is returning to his -"legation in Rochester H successor will be Judge Lou s Levinthal of Philadelphia for! me.' president of the Zionrst O an, Z ation of America The United Nations is frequently con eommftt, 1 1 JCWish HlSS committee, composed of representatives of the American Jewish Hff^Alliance Israeli !" £ Anglo-Jewish association This body is among the organization dlled l 'he U.N. social and e n vTi SfW • %  • U can now oe revealed that the Jewish Tele.g.aphic Agency was instrumental ;m helping to trace the person '-ho sent through the mails"p,,' "ids bearing the rubber-stamped !" c Ption "Censored by the Jew? TTA V 0n Ma,ch Wthe JTA carried a cable from London indicating that the Mann he f tcr G^rdiar. had received a postcard bearing such a stamp : ;.-'„,. u Ca u lc said lhat th <-' Postpaid had been cancelled at the : Grand Central post office i n New rorK The story attracted the 'tion of the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai B'rith which immediately communicated with ; the Board of Deputies of British Jews in London ... As a result jit subsequently received from' London the postcard which had been mailed to the Manchester Guardian The ADL investigation led to the identification of the person responsible for mailing the anti-Semitic card. • POLITICAL NOTES: The displaced Jews of Europe are eyeing with great interest ; two highly important hearings winch are being held respectively in Washington and Jerusalem The first is the House sub-committee on immigration hearings on the Stratton bill, which would allow 400.000 DP's to enter the i U. S. over a period of four years • The other is the U.N. Palescommittee hearings, which hegin next week The displaced Jews are as acutely interested in the one as in the other Many of them realize that if the Washington hearings result in the adoption by Conof the Stratton bill, that PAGE NINE HAULING N e p r R C ^, L p 1 ; 9e SERv r | 0 C 0 E Sma W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 Dr. Walter Reynolds Dr. Daniel N. Home CHIROPRACTORS Sin Floor. Postal Bldg. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Int. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 will be the beginning of their lib•''ation en masse Although the Stratton bill provides for the admission of 100,000 refugees yearly for the next four years without distinction as to religion, 't is obvious that many thousands of Jewish refugees will directly benefit ... i n fact the Passage of the bill would probably result in many Jewish refugees applying for U. S. visas, instead of waiting hopelessly for Palestine visas ... And it can be predicted that if the U.N. committee hearings do not result in the immediate abolition of the white paper immigration restrictions, the bulk of the displaced | Jews in Europe may find reaching the United States quicker and easier than going to PalesneV J hls is a PPai-ently what Bntjsh Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin is hoping for Bevin is as anxious as the displaced Jews that Congress pass the Stratton t)ill. "thus diverting homeless European Jews to the United States and to countries on the American continent, which might tollow the lead of the U. S. in opening their doors a little wider to displaced persons The entire Palestine issue will then assume a different aspect, the British government believes There will be no pressure for the mass admission of Jewish refugees to Palestine, since the problem of the displaced Jews will gradually ive been liquidated through imition to American lands for permanent settlement ... Of se, if the Stratton bill is passed, President Truman will press more than ever before the admission of 100.000 Jews to Palestine. • • t ZIONIST TRENDS: The fight around the election of a president of the Zionist Organization of America is beginning to develop throughout the country And it looks as though the Fourth of July will be a hot day in New York, not only for climatic reasons, since that is when the Z.O.A. convention openin one of the city's largest hotels This may be the "hottest" convention thc American Zionists had Although many issues of importance will be taken ] up, the issue which will raise th i temperature of the delegates will be the election of a president Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, the outgoing president, is backing Dr. i Emanuel Neumann with all his might The opposition has not named any candidate, but several names are in the air The election of a president will bt watched with utmost interest not only by Zionists in America, but also by the Jews in Palestine And possibly also by the British government, which keeps on repeating publicly that Zionist leadership in the United States is the actual force behind the entire world Zionist movement incidentally. JJne British government is again prodding the Jewish Agency on the question of non-Zionist representation within ; the Agency But whereas a year ago the leading Mon-Zionists in thc United States were anxious to get into the Jewish Agency executive, they arc no longer anxious at present The tw non-Zionist members of the Agency executive—Dr. Maurice Hexter and Mrs. Edward Jacobs seem to be only nominally members of the executive They have not been invited to a meeting of the executive for years Nor have they been consulted on measures taken by the executive, even though formally they still bear responsibility for any step taken by the body, or any statement issued by it This in itself discourages other leading non-Zionists from joining the Agency ... A situation has thus been created where the non-Zionists in America, including the American Jewisk committee, fully support the Agency from the outside, and have lost all interest in being on the inside. 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mJsm^BoaSkaR -* VOLUME: 20 NUMBER 24 :. =, M1AMl 8 FLQRI DA. FRI1 ;,riT 1947 PRICE: TEN CENTS • %  McNarney Sees DP Jews Facing Crisis Admission Of S WASHINGTON (JTA)—Admission of displaced persons to the United States would serve the "self-interests" of this country an d provide the only "logical, humane and practicable sol fon" of the DP problem, Rep. William G. Stratton. Republican Illinois, told the House sub-committee on immigration, at the opening of hearings on his bill providing for the admission of 400,000 DP's at the rate of 100,000 annually, using unfilled wartime quotas. Representative Stratton listed the non-repatriable DP's in Europe at 850.000. Of these 80 per cent are Christians, while the others Jewish, "most of whom : : livc in lne hopi | to Palestine," hu said. He appended to his prepared testimony ei| it exhibits which list son tional labor, veteran.-, rel is, women's, social and wi-lf iganizations representing ovei til million people. whosupp 1 immigration of DP's to the Urn: States; editorials. magazine artii li s and newspaper columns, local citizens' committees and pn minent citizens supporting the bill. Strong opp tion to the bill rat voiced Hep. Ed Gossett, Democ vho contended that thl tl : States hole DO responsil for DP's. "Because ft'i : the war to liberate thesi be asked Rep. :i. : mean to say %  ehavi ver here'.'" Gossef. pp isition of the urvivors Would Aid US, Solons Told d nersnnts to = HEIMAN UN 1 American .aid Veterans of HOLDS PARLEY HERE SUNDAY The annual Florida State lepart ish War Veti one-day i ion Sunda; at the K Miami Bea< h, aei i ward Levini ; I of the Miami JWV. Abe S. Goldi n, 1 ment comma:. the Miami B Side at th< lowing registral which is The election ol ni [ will take place di noon an I in l AS PRESIDENT' OP DISTRICT 5 • In H %  N A, W Foreign \\\ any increased tnmigrat Strati n I that as a member of b ith mizations, he did Hot believe I I the views of the heads ol groups always tepresenl i .. ws of a substantial numl ei of the members. towett • ; that if Stratton ^'d gam upport of the kgion ana I VFW. "I'll vote fcr your bill." Throughout the taring ated that this JW'try %  obligations to let we alien enl "This is our Stratt,:. ,i Z( ,duced \iV!s of "***" „„, A prize winners. tdT-t" ,red re£ugeea S" and in aciencc." an,„aetical and E uncertain unless the U. S. E f tht Dp s S>an RePUbl,can at a : Philip O'C mm 11, U. S. stal attorney for Palm B will be the j will be inl Foe L of West Pi lm B ice Klein, ni •' Beach councilman, will bi installing offu ei Dancing an I will climax thl which over -ton d guests are ex] pate. • I'S Who in American Men of I %  of Maine, sub-committee, [Caiurt, grettable" that ICl and South "St., yet accepted M'j!x\ 1>ut insisted W 2 s take the lead KL eXam P le f r other KortS'I 1 li existing DMH!*... id would stimfctaL?* h "' u 'c nati ion which, langer of being ""'f'Ppcd by R ussia Miami AJC Chapter Organized At Meet A meeting n Jun< home of Mrs. Mark G organization Florida Won en's Dn American Jew ed Dan Satii dent, and Mai .. K lj president p organized Miai i AJC Harrj gave a ba< tory in thi Unit to an expl tion and work i I th. UC Others elect, d fices wen Mi S and Mr. Nathan, i Mrs Lou G the Floi l< W Di\ filled in on the recei the congi i aw, munity intei r< lal Those i Sokoloff, Sob i. Mill a Rubin, H %  %  S c' R %  %  %  %  : She.-. Sidney SI | Nathan, and Gi They will be inclu led members of the m the roll of chart. was decided, woul until official i lei >ns All rabbis in the Mian. bt contacted Ihe new chapter. Pogc 4) WERNERSVILLE. Pa. (JTA) Anti-Semitism is still rife in some of Europe and the position of the surviving remnants of European Jewry is movinq rapidly toward a crisis, Gen. Joseph McNarney, former commander of the U. S. forces in Ger. declared this week-end at an emergency conference of United Jewish Appeal. General McNarney's speech was by Chaplain Herbert Friedmanwho formerly served on 3 general's staf,. McNarney was grounded in New York by : eather. General McNarney expressed the hope that the U.N. "will chieve a just solution to the hiAyiiLUS IS EYED SI1F0 1 IS HOSPITAL SITE announcement that the pita! strucn over by the I : as ,i site foi t. S pital has aroused ble %  '. it was with a the Miami C I Commerce 5, urging that pi 'liable as well as the the sti ucture nated by the .lustration in favor Biltmorc I G ibles. to Bai on de Hirsch I the Mt. Sinai und campaign, purchasing the ild be welcomed, •. i y of the tedly di clared to • : bj Army engi1 that I be Nautilus '. iceable. Ad• Meyer ount of equip'; V A, and %  asked for the Dr. Abraham L. Sachar To Leave Hillel Post Dr. Abraham L. Sachar will officially announce his resignation noxt week as national director of Hillel and its 167 foundations. The information was read by Sachar during an address before the Fifth Dis:.:z! convention of B'nai B'rilh hold here early this week. He .. osed thai he would relinquish his post to Rabbi Arthur Lciyveld. former executive director of the Committee for Unity on Palestine, who has boon associated with Hillel for some time. Sachar said he would spend some lime assisting Rabbi Lelyveld and would then take a sabbatical leave from all professional activities, beginning Jan. 1, though he is considering an invitation to serve as a member of the national Hillel Advisory council. Dr. Sachar and his family will move to California, where he intends to devote himself to writing. A tribute was rendered Dr. Sachar at the convention, when delegates established a bookshelf in his honor at the Hebrew university in Palestine and presented him with a personal engraved silver memento. problem of Palestine" so that the wishes of the majority of the 00 .lews in the DP camps to emigrate there may be fulfilled. After reviewing the barely tolerable lot of the DP's and the approaching conclusion of UNRRA activities. McNarney called on American Jewry to take up some of the ""slack" which will result from the I.R.O.'s inability to furnish as much assistance as did UNRRA and the intergovernment committee on refugees. Presenting a picture of the I.R.O.'s resources, he pointed out that it had available a budget of only SI50.000,000 "to cover the needs of more than a million DP's all over the world. The Staff of the I.R.O. will number approximately 700 at the peak for the world. Compare this with the far larger sums which were available to UNRRA and to the iiaff of 5,000 in Germany alone which UNRRA commanded. Remember, too, that the I.R.O. will incorporate the activities of the intergovernmental committee efugees. This adds up to a vi v drastically reduced program of aid for the DP's in Germany," he said. "It means that a much greater responsibility will be placed on private agencies like the Joint Distribution committee. Dwelling upon the role of the U. S. Army in assisting the Jews in Germany and Austria, he stated: '"Army funds that can 'be used to help the DP's are not inexhaustible. Growing difficulties stand in the way of utilizing supplies which up to now have been taken from the German economy for assistance to DP's. I do not mean to say that the | American Army intends to stop trying in every way possible to I do what it can. On the con| trary, we shall redouble our efforts to fin* ways and means of carrying on this desperately IH. clad assistance. But we cannot do it alone." He also pointed out that the caloric ration was recently re.laced by some HI per cent, bringing it down to "barely a subsistence level." Surplus Army and captured enemy equipment from which clothes were furnished. housekeeping and work equipment and medical supplies are practically exhausted, he reported. "All these are elementary needs. They must be maintained on at least their present level," Gen. McNarney asserted, adding. "if they are not, I think you know what is almost certain to happen, especially when the victims, through no fault of their own. have lived through years of horror and sufferings, have I seen their loved ones tortured and cremated, have seen their hopes for a new life after the war dashed to earth again and again."



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PAGE EIGHT -Jewlsti flujdlar FRIDAY, IUNE 13. l 947 Training Course Is Set For 'Y' Camp Counsellors The cnnip counsellors <>f the Mil mi v.\i and YWI1A Home camp, which opens Juno 23 for an eight-week period, will participate in a counsellors' training course for one week beginning Juno 16, il was announced this week. Under the leadership of Daniel Rosenthal, camp director, and Morris "Chuck" Klein, head counsellor, discussions will consider the philosophy of the Jewish center, leadership, Jewish content in a camp program, thi project method, group work process and objectives, normal growth and development of children, individual behavior, food fads, and eating habits. Workshops in the following subjects will also be carried on: playground games, indoor games, nature study, story telling, dramatics, arts and crafts, community singing, and folk .md square dancing. The Jewish Social Service Bureau is cooperating in these discussions. All ( %  impors will receive health examinations t the "Y" on Thursday, June 19. at 2 p.m. D irs Harold K.iati. Gearge Lister and Ruben Rochkind will conduct the health cxamm..' IM While the children are being examined, their parents will attend .i n leting in which the samp objectives and program will be outlined, and arrangements made for future cooperation between par.. and the camp staff. bEBBS Parley Delegate To Leave for Washington Bernice Badanes, daughif Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badanes, 120 s \v Ninth ave„ will leav< Miami on June 20 for Washington, D. C, as a del : in DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, to the district i onvention of that organi*] to be held in the capital. F illowing her attendance at the ntion, Miss Badanes will V with relatives in Long l!> ich, New York, before return.:. %  to Miami, The board of directors of the Miami Bureau of Jewish Education will meet Monday, June 16. at 8 p.m., at tke office of the Miami Jewish Federation, 1002 Congress bldg. Expect the best, and smile; be ; ful, and trouble will give you up sooner or later as a bad Jon. L SOCIETY ELECTS DIRECTORS HERE Mrs. Sidnev Weintraub was elected treasurer of the recently organized Mental Health Society of Southeastern Florida at a meeting held June the fiilfilliiwtit at two cardinal functions. These are lending its support to devi loping and improv. uui facilities, programs and institutions to promote mental health, and offering general informatienal and educational services on various phases of mental health. The society has set up an ad\ commission of phys and psychiatrists to guide it in the technical phases of its activity, headed by Dr. Cohn. Others on the commission includes Drs. Frederick Le Drew. A II Pierce, Edward Williams, Janus Anders >n. Herman Selinsky, Leo Kashe, Bernard Goodman, E. S Cheppcll. jess Spirer and Dorothy C. Andiews. Dr. Cohn also disclosed that he was attempting to recruit the efforts of Dr. Leonard G Rountree, Philadelphia psychiatrist and form, i vice president of the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, who is now resident .n Dade eounty. Othur officers elected at the board meeting, which initiated plans to establish a mental hygiene and child guidance clinic here, ware Chester M. Wright, president; Garland M. Butld and Mrs. Warren Quillian, vice presidents, and Mrs. Charles E line, secretary. Speakers ineluded Dr. T. E. Cato, director of th Dadw ceunty health department, and Dr. Dorothy C Andrews. I ical consulting psychologist. The Temple Beth Sholom fralority is sponsoring a swimdance at the Blackstone hotel, Miami Beach. Sunday, June 15, at 8>30 p.m. 1901 Since 1 ]>? llttpkV. s Sst \0V Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsk? 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4 5880 WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Oves—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERINGS SERVICE FOR LAYOUT8 Rita Zaret Is Bride In June 10 Nuptials In a solemn candlelight doublering ceremony, Miss Rita Zaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry /aret. L015 W. 47th st., Miami Beach, became the bride, on Tuesday, June 10. at the Martinique hotel, of Robert A. Levrenauer, son of Mi and Mrs. Hen Lewenauer, Milwaukee, Wis. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, officiated at the nuptials. the principals of which were attended by Miss Phyllis Turclun. as maid of honor; James Schulh:ii as best man. and Maurioe /.aret and Jack Manhemi .,.ushers. M re than sixty guests attended the wedding, among them Mr, and Mi.-. Jack Manhemi. Mr. and Mrs. James Schulhof and their sen. Richard, all of Milwaukee: Mrs. Irving Waldman, Mrs. Rose Bergida, William Zaret, and Malcolm Bergida, of New Yor-k; Miss Lari Wilson of Boston, nnd Mist Paula Shapiro of Philadelpl The bride, who graduated from the University of Miami last month with the degree of bachelor ef arts in journalism, is a graduate of Miami Beach High school, and formerly attended the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Lewenauer, also a former student at the Wisconsin school, served with the army air forces as a bombardier in England. He is currently affiliated with Stewart's, Inc.. in Milwaukee. A reception and dinner at the hotel followed the ceremony. The newlyweds left ^n Wednesday foi a seven week honeymoon in California, after winch ttley will make their home in Milwaukee, Round Table to Air U. S. Foreign Policy "Is the American foreign policy right?" will be the subject of ion on the Miami Round Table radio program, sponsored by the National Conference of tians and Jews, over station WIOD at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. June 14. Featured on the weekly forum will be the Rev. Glenn C. James of the White Temple Methodisl church. Father J McAttee of Gesu Catholic church, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel. EMMET A. DROLET 546 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARACJE DOORS FRANTZ SIINOLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. $82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WIN. DOWS. COMPLETE STOCK cw York odoffroy, CAMF A CHVAH N 75 miles from N. Y. C. 21t Yr. Boys-Girls 7-16 In the healthful Shawangunk Mts. All land water sports, arts, crafts, nature study, gardening, dramatics, folk dancing. Jewish cultural activities. Dietary laws. Medical staff. Competent supervision. Rate J375. Write for booklet. M. A. BARSHAD, Ewe. Director •4",7 Broadway. NYC. 18. 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rmDAV. I UNE 13. 1947 TO MY SON" I ITHER'S DAY) Scripture Reading: Ezekiel, Chapter XVIII, ere 1-4, inF.ither's Day will be K..red on Sun*iy. Noting the "J" "„ we reprint an article wr.t" R.nh. S. M. Machtei. whose JI", children, Leo and Queenie. were £% lo. th.fr live,. ij-jjis Father's Day. Fathers, in every home, in every city, town and haml< t, in every state o( the L nK „. ng honored today r. atni i ng showered with i eted by letter gnd teh %  : am, are the recipients ..f grateful children. The plodding, hardworkas is. today M n ..tli. is placed u p ,i tal: and ;ill bow to him homage. It : py to be a father, for all tlic unpleasant! iciated with this "fatherhood," a ponsibility on evil the year. oi devotion to n oi appreciation "good provider." If-;. ; mi mawkish about i for whom he he shelters unwhom he had for I demonstrate their il gratitude. A tely, which it has ib ei vance, with the publicity,—comlei wise —to arouse to the i in %  day and age, 1 ome ingi atitude, but. it a] to me, that for a about applauding n doing his selfrather inconi came Into your and stood then applau lii for doing the u had chosen to be you ns of livelihood Would noi mal to you? Do %  lapping for do: esp insibility; No medals are due thi • ... ho supports his child:. • i| devotion n ithi should •' %  1 have t iused by emosuch as Father's Day. It should tables, this i 'i waiting for my f* 1 %  on this occasion Ihav me. He hai for his summer closed f • i luaeu mi nun on May 30. hut he will not arnve : York until Borne day 'his week, pleas. God my Father*. I..,, to my son: Dear L< ,: Pi, me anj lather'. Day. „,. lee] ,1 y ou ,,.,„ %  xams and th, ments I .,„ ,rom y N world cond lions at my heto have mad. il things. 11 :"'' """' %  i childs bod I snt '""' Nothing. i .•. sanitary and whol, quarters. N ing aboul i horn, mg-place for the m. ,ne fl 'J the gn race We fathei you, av We maj n in wh man habital Building [ns| ed this si The wrei kin %  %  the new kiniv. %  A fatl mess ol the hei iti d fi n it pe feel but. it .-hap,, than il Please, %  : iy gift on 1 ; • •, %  Lei day. W. %  had brought 1 'to end 0 were nev. i in vain. We • world. betl Lfl does n alone." Wh I I )l' 11! j I '. terial | no security I I pi ace : we t peace lave I %  n't know the heai I : ith PAGE SEVEN %  md i I : %  Hi blood of fathers and sons. They '' %  some /others who had '"''< %  their faith i the ac. I the First World u We're a smart lot, w. we can us,. today. Bring ui e i • %  appears to be wrong with our vision. %  '"'•''' nearsighted. We I ee past i ,noses. ou, son. It's verv kind %  e me bj H d i alone?" alter the fact thai %  n iw confronted by such Peel .i life that one how long the hu aee can continue to po i is lulci and %  this earth h ixpli n.. in sri-s. ve littleheed to th. %  %  J in my self-respect if yo. %  ftonFahes 0 rauni s she ind women, too it th. ioin. ntary i in. • n tomo % %  : %  theii lu a" alarm, by a d %  nal Do j HI have anj breaks : %  call you to I d m't know how other fathers it, Leo. i ,] me, %  L %  %  %  i %  : %  alysis, what is ful about the the human male or We make such a %  nthood. I >:: i think that, of all the plant 1 %  :.lom. "man was the only species which produced offspring, the only creature which did anything for the perpetuation of life up ,n this planet A little study, a little reading, will convince you that tlie so-called "lowei forms" of bfe provide for young, in some instances, to a better degree than does man. Surely, none of the forms of life upon which we look down, deliberately destroys its kind, as is the case with the genus homo It would appear that man reproduces, not for the perpetuation species, but to provide cannon-fodder for race-suicidal wars. Leo, before you were born, there was a popular song, entitled "I Didn't Raise M\ Boy To Be A Soldier." I'm thinking not only of you, son: but of the millions of sons in this land who are being shifted closer to the battlefront. I am thinking oi the millions oi sons who have air. mixed their blood with the soil of theii own or foreign lands. All wasted lives, ruined lives, broken homes, shattered minds and bodiei and, all because fathers, men in control nments, men to whom had been entrusted men who were to have P %  led tin future pattern of life on this planet.--yes. my son. all because fathers have failed in their dul • On this Father's Day. as on no P us one, am I deeply imi ed by the shortcomings ol 1 %  fathi s of this generation. Sp re me the pain of having u gift %  d to me. Rather, 1 beg of you. grant me forgiveness for having failed you. In lal whethci 1 an still hi re beside ir I have left this earthly nk kindly of one father, your lather, as of one who hail no falsi fatherl) aeeomplishm. nts. Think of me, and of these words, when you attain fatherhood. Win rever I shall be, it will : great joy to know that you are a better man than was DAD. r. '•,'/ IT IS WITH JOY THAT I THANK MY MANY LOYAL FRIENDS FOR THEIR VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN THE JUNE 3rd ELECTION. HAVING RECEIVED A FOUR-YEAR TERM I WILL BE IN A BETTER POSITION TO CONTINUE TO SERVE THE PEOPLE OF MIAMI BEACH. Sincerely, YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN, Maurice Klein P.nd Pol'< Quality 9ood Product* FOOD PRODUCTS Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO.. Inc. 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-6141 r~ r % > > % > > > % > > The Southeastern Terminal and Steamship Co. CHARTERED EXPORTING Imports from Central America Genera' Office: 28 S. 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PAGE FOUR • h M 1st fhrktbri FRIDAY. JUNE 13. 1947 • Editorial LOUIS HEIMAN NAMED DISTRICT 5 PRESIDENT (Continued from Page 11 MORE TELEGRAMS ''nn^h n .. i thi n itonous British Internal politics of the Zionist Organization of America air ^ Paper, immediate unre' n' Paleswaxing hot. Party lines are being drawn. Through the appeal for support of the respective groups, American Jewry will have the opportunity to her and read the total picture. Supporters of Abba Hillel Silver will follow his recommendation of Emanuel Neumann as president and a continuance of his militant policy. Other components believe in the replacement of these tactics with diplomacy. Everyone is interested in achieving the ultimate in Zionist objectives that of an unlimited and unrestricted Jewish Commonwealth. A telegram sent to the press last week asked that communities send delegates to the Z.O.A. conclave uninstructed and :i|] 2910, permitting imn was signed by seven past presidents of the Z.O.A. An an was forthcoming this week. The reply read: "Telegram b ssed symseven past presidents of Zionist Organization of America chcn tine, and n end I on .' %  t lands in Law mi morial• i! :. v Monsky, SuI lidcnt <>f B'nai May 2. while %  X of I %  H I • ID Al im L m, D. C Hillel 1 laud the si and districts throughout country in wires and letters to telegram. Regional and district presidents sharply proles against attempt to cause dissension and division in pi • crucial hour and repudiate charge that present Z.O.A. administration ever attempted influence Zionist districts in matter oi electing president at forthcoming convention. Some of replies charge signatories with such practice during :'. Line in al replies. Zionist leaders throughout country highly laud militan' policy of Silver and endorse candidacy cf Emanuel Neui for president as assurance of continuance such policy. Replies in this vein were sent to past presidents Julius Livingston president southwest region; Abe Berkowitz, president soui eastern region; Dr. Morton Robbins president New EncK: hav( region; Louis rabc pres.aent New Jersey region. Ben-am: ... D Browdy, president Brooklyn region; Judge Joseph Klau, presi dent Hartford Zionist district; Sol Collins, president Port Chester district; Morris Jacobs, president Detroit Zionist district, and Abraham Redelheim, grand master B'nai B'rith, whose 6f chapters will send delegates to convention. Resolutions hail ing Silver-Neumann regime and endorsing Neumann's co acy were also adopted yesterday at annual conference of six Zionist regions throughout country representing membership o' over 50.000. Charges by seven former presidents also denounced in Anglo-Jewish press. Jewish Morning Journal, New York, editorial asserts opposition lacks issues and motivated by personal animosity toward Silver-Neumann regime." not out of pit and will, • %  hell or %  n they • • : he men uf THE CONFERENCE Rules listed by the national offices of the American lew Conference governing the filling of delegate vacancies state: "In the case of a vacancy occurring in any election district or region for any reason other than death, the retiring dele | shall nominate his successor from among the non-elected candidates on the slate of the same group or organization nominee to be approved by the local election committee. If there are no non-elected candidates, the organizations or groups which had nominated the delegate shall name a substitute, the nominee to be approved by the local election committee. If there be no local election committee, an election committee shall be constituted for this purpose by the national election board. If the organizations or groups who sponsored the retiring delegate fail to act not later than 15 days before the fourth session the local election committee shall be empowered to fill the vacancy. If the vacancy is due to the death of the delegate, or if the delegate vacating his seat shall fail to name his successor in accordance with the rules no later than 15 days b the fourth session, the vacancy shall be filled by the local election committee, or li there be none, by an ejection committee to be constituted for this purpose by the national election board, with due regard for the intent and purpose of paragraph 30." (foregoing paragraph. We still cannot fathom the lack of consideration for hi. provisions in recertifying continued community recognition of their representatives, chosen several years ago. At thai there was much misgivings both here and in other parts of the country, as to how democratic, representative and eguital /idttd by Judaism Council Scores Jewish Nationalism • to the United N'atioi • tect Jev %  >nal: states week by >f the .! I m the York luncil. of I Jews, and doin any • upon the i • I ii poped in %  : • national ties an i ns of • gned bj Id. p • epa abli virtu %  various > are, and TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mtictfy. (bngicUntial (Copyright, 194. Seven Art Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON In a few months these elections were. How further aqgravated are these mis givings several years later! Locally, the population has mcreased considerably. Many, many new groups of organized Jewish life have come into being. New ideas and improved thinking have made inroads in community action. Aio of these to be considered in sending the voice of Greater Miami Jewry and that of South Florida to the next session of the American Jewish Conference? The all-important task of deciding whether the conference is to be a permanent one und the solidifying force for a united front will come before those aesem bled next Labor Day week-end. We have no axe to grind with our cresent delegates. We feel that they themselves should lead the movement for a now election where they must receive a vote of confidence to continue renewed assignment of serving as our delegation. Prediction Scoop: Almost half of 1047 is Rone ... a lew momns i lew Ji year will dawn Just about that time the U.N. September session will have to decide on the future of Palestine We doubt that single individual in Jew ish leadership could tell you today what that decision will be Yet wc make bold to predict \\ a mil not happen The result will not be an independent Jewish Palestine The result will not be a Jewish state on both sides of the Jordan Then, you will conclude, it means partitioi Wrong again. Behind the scenesa new formula is being worked out, OM that would lend itself to a continuation of playing bol Arabs and the Jens for a wh le Umgar %  %  %  Th <" formula is an interim trusteeship "to help" Britain administer the mandate j>/,j. interim trusteeship would supposedly be neutral, and would ostensibly he net up for a number nf years only, with a promise to both Arabs and Jews for a satisfactory final This, friends, is the ">-• t God bideth not ei! but onlj land, at the ci PalcMin|oi duty.—Talmud. A i ultural program has been ed fn the occasion, during which the best-seller "Gentleman's lent" will be reviewed \i",v projects and plans for the ensuing season will be formulated and launched at that time. The composition of enrollment. nd building comi of the league will be reIrs. Ii win Makoviky, ating president. SUBSCRIPTION RATE |j 00 w'oo One Year. Two Years FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher Telephones 2-1 HI-*}*" OFFICE and PLANT 120 N. E. Sixth Street 77~, !" 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PBIPAYJUN11 3 1947. Rozran-Mayers Rites Celebrated Here June 1 fMB Rozran. daughter of Mr. ? Mrs Bernard Rozran, 234G fw 17th ter.. became the bride S n Lday. June 1, at the M