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The Jewish Floridian ( June 27, 1947 )

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ^ !" ,..^T W r ^ S3 %  fclI""! NUMBER 26 Bernstein Backs Of Stratton Bill JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY =^S^^^>AY. JUNE 27. 1947PRICE: TEN CENTS Gainesville. Fla. will give the UJA at least $7,500. Henry Morganthau. jr.. „ a io n al chair Y man. was assured by the officers as a result of the dinner Reeling which raised over WASHINGTON (JTA)-No more than 60.000 displaced Jews "'5 £ B t m lhose who ave ,he American zones of Germany and Austria would emiUJA receive^"3.000" ."m thE t0 the United States if Congress eases immigration restricpSeS?' Sid eY Grossman „ since the majority still desire to settle in Palestine. Rabbi man logether'wX M. ?Rud! lip S. Bernstein, advisor on Jewish affairs to the American *"*" nd Herman Leibowitz, pililary command in Germany, testified this week before the! louse sub-committee on immigration, which is holding hearlogs on icier the Stratton bill, which would allow 100,000 DP's to Asency To Demand All Of Palestine JERUSALEM (JTAV-The Jewish Agency, at its next appearance before the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine will demand the whole of Palestine as a Jewish state, but at Ft. L.udertaTe~7irT„ .1 locoZ" ^ ^ '^^ ^ COmmit,ee th -till prepared ready sent in $10,000 on account ? 0m P romise on a Proposal for the establishment of a "viable of the S15.000 minimum quo ia lQte an adequate part of Palestine." The decision was Lnrf wM.v. ^v Which accepled arnVed at late last week at a "" meeting of the executive Earlier. Moshe Shertok. agency political spoked testionnually for four years. ^Tc^^S* L **' ^ Shertok. agency political spokesrnan testiRabbi Bernstein flew here from Germany at the request of ea fielore the probers for more than an hour on various aspects **?. d :? art me ntS — o f the Palestine situation, traci ng the historic connection of the Ji \vs with Palestine and emphasizing that Jewish immigration to Palestine was "a movement of flrffy on the bill. He emphalih.it the approximately 225,j displaced Jews in Gerraany, tria and Italy "cannot return jice they fl< d." He urged a Kision by C ingress permitting [ United States to participate 1'an early, reasonable program (settlement" the DP prob. warning that otherwise the jale in the camps will be doomito another winter of blighting %  certainty and inability to help mselves. jBabbi Bernstt:n told the committee that Ji ganizations e ready to guarantee that the placed Jews admitted to the Statewould not become p public burden. He said that refugees who wish to (to the United States want lijoin their relatives here, and 1 see in the \ %  rican way of 1 the "hi for freedom justice." He assured the nittee mem s Jewish DP's old make good citizens. [Lsting a gr< at variety of labor 1 among the displaced Jews, iBernstein s;iid that tailors pise about 15 per cent of the There are also substantial )ers of carpi nters, painters, Iworkei u irkera and iBuralwork among them, (Continued on page 4) Groups Elect Mrs. Benjamin Meyers PresidenT Of Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dad, County became a reality Friday. June 20. when presidents of 25 Jewish women's groups affiliated their organizations with the conference. The conference is the result of concerted efforts by the various groups which previously had come together as a presidents organization. The conference was voted into being with the adoption of constitutional by-laws followed by election of officers. The first officers of the organization are as follows: Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, president: Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. vice president; Mrs. Louis Glasser. vice president; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, corresponding s e c r e t a r y; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, treasurer; Mrs. Clementine Kamp. recording secretary; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein. registrar; Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, calendar chairman. "Among the purposes of this new organization is the interpretation of the programs ol member organizations to the community; to keep a calendar of dates f m< and of the 'of each affiliated organiid conflict, du: tion, etc.; to 1 expedil •and ams of common interest to the J< wish people in social welfare, religion, education, civic improvements and legislation. It will not be a fund raising > %  ::," Mrs. Meyers st Thi rt is composed of Jewish % %  ; %  imen's irganizations of Dade county, to be represented by the president, the vice pi dent and three delegates of each affiliated group. These will comprise the board of the organization. A steering group, known as the executive, will be compose.-: standing committee chairmen. The entire organization will meet four times annually: with the dire meeting in four additional Conference of Uade County, Flosent time, are the ish Congress, wommass return." He denied that Jewish land purchases in Palesline had created a class of landless Arabs. The agency political chief ren, Miami and Miami vealed that of the 640,000 Jews haptei B'nai B'rith, \ living in Palestine today, about worm pter, Miami Beach; ih; Gn iter .Miami Jewish Consumptive Relief: Greater MiLife League; Hadassah. Miami, Miami Beach, Business and Professional chapters of Miami and Miami Beach; Jewish Home for the Aged, women's auxilii ry, Mi imi auxiliary, Miami Bi ach auxiliary; Jewish War Veterans, ladies' auxiliary, Post 33B. Miami Beach and Miami. Also listed is the Miami Service league, Y.M.H.A. and Y.W.I I A: Mizrachi, women's division: National Children's Cardiac Home, Dade chapter; Nati mal Council of Jewish Women, Miami section: >nal Home for Jewish Children in Denver: Pioneer Women. Kadimah chapter, Group I, Group II; Beth David Sisterhood: Beth 1 S. itei .1 d, Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood, Miami Be :i Jewish Community Center -, 111 i i I* iiii>iiu"iiiii .-" a HI in ii *s i 1.-i' v.i'uniiuiiu 1 vviidvi The exei utive group will 5isl %  • %  1. Temple Beth Sholom iry. i. Temple Israel SisterThe members of the Jew nerstone Laying Ceremonies Of rew School to Be Held Sunday Beach Ordinance To Receive Test J*' c or ers,on e laying ceremonies for the new school buildConstitutionality oi th Miami B<* the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation now Bea ince which forbids %  1 erected at S. W. 12th ave. and 11th St., will be held at discriminatory signs wa S^day, j une 29, jt was announced by the organization's in circuit CM Went. M r „ M Drovich gPwich said that the early ^toiplishment of this phase of irganization's program was C"J"< cooperation and !" e efforts of the members various committees, paying to Milton Weiner, chairIJrtS MinK c <""mittee, iW„ ne c hi,lrm of both C^t'on and finance comT' **> have taken on the Itk ?, Urinf: ;l completion KSS n time for the %  program committee for the lAn i' S ^" dvd b y Rabbi £ %  • '"•"'> H. KapW Z emtl '>us of Temple VS S prcsident of tofal ,,nl state rabbin& ; K: bbi Morris A r n ,t ^secretaryRath Ass ciation of rabbi S: C '' :vin Kleber. pKri'Sr* S hear r^'orernn, or ani *aI to tons• '"' are sched l*%f£ iPate Milton fc, "'" w master of cere'*Jbet Sk, I Ul and Be fcents. ln ch >r of reCUsVc• st 1 '"-guard, led uass Scout Matthew K. The case was bi to the Invitations have been mailed to ,. r>UI ,. iur | ,.. a ., ; i all friends and members, and all ; rpua btained y Atl rney E Dade county Jewry is invited I p ;,i : Q attend. "The organization wa* formed in November, 1945, for the sole purpose of providing a suitable home for the religious education of Miami's Jewish children Lunz was arrested on Lunz. M %  tained by Harrj %  Orchestra to Play First ?op' Concert Tomorrow Night n summer "Pop" C incerts which are being I by the Miami Beach Association will irrow night at j 8:30 Flamingo Park ell, said ., • me, will be soloist. '. 10 will conduct the of Miami Concert and Robert M. Craw, ... ., ., SaiO a S1K" leaunifi >> also providing suitable quarters : ; ot for social activities," Mr Drevich stated. Adams is 1 immander %  I Veti in independent Hai j \ and not the JWV." In the petit %  'ri U.N. Committee Drafts Bill of Human Rights LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)-A .... _-l In the peui • % %  %  the first attempt in over a qua: %  : ^ ^ of a century to create an in' riminational bill of human rigl neared the close of its first stages, the U.N. committee drafting the bill this week end agreed on the right to emigrate and the right of all peoples to equal aci all vocations and professions. These two specifications a more concrete meaning to the generalized statements on funda^"^"^V^^m'a'Flemmental freedoms and basic human obtained a -on M *_ N maniiy righta which the committee has ing, 38.01 %  J !" ^ 5 „ ol 79l0 incorporated into the draft ,t wi1, Is c. Edna Tu.n send to iU parent body, the UN. Abbott avt. ana commission on human rights. -39. of 8230 Abbott ave. ill include: natiri He said the sign ha I been v to publ mce the poUcy of I : %  He said no rowdyism was tolerated in the building. tional warrants charging eolations of the ordinance_were N eber the .lliZr! .1 Ben 1;. : Bhwin Va fr


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PAGE TWO +Jtnislflcrid/ian FRIDAY, JUNE 27.1947 Irene Jacobs Betrothal To Bill Baros Announced Miss Irene Jacobs' engagement to James William Baros. jr., is announced today by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs. 528 S. W. Tenth ave. A graduate of Miami Senior High school, the bride-elect is now a senior at the University of Miami, where she is president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Miss Jacobs has been active in B'nai B'rith youth work. She is Fifth District president of the B'nai B'rith Young Women and is their national youth commissioner. Mr. Baros. a native Miamian, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. William Baros, sr., 244 Biscayne blvd., is also a graduate of Miami Senior High school. At present he is a senior at the Georgia School of Technology, where he is president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. A member of the Naval ve Officers Training ( upon tation from college he will receive his commission as an ensign in the naval No date has been set for the wedding. EGNER & MULCAHY Custom Tailors Now Located at Room 202 Flagler-Lorraine Arcade 0 Phone 9-3231 %. u ratine's Suashtftt -Tiis/uofu White Girdles Are Back $5 to $|2 95 White under white! It's been a long, long time sine* you've been able to dress in white completely —right down to your little white girdle. Now you can for you'll find wondrous, white girdles at each of Burdine's three stores. Nylon taffeta and elastic girdle $5 Deala white nylon and lace bra $3.50 Nylon and elastic girdle $12.95 Nylon covered Lastex pantie girdle styled by Flexnit $6.50 MIAMI STORK. COR8ET8, THIRD FLOOR—SIMILAR STYI.KN AT BURDINE'S LINCOLN ROAD ANI> I'.rKI'INKS. VTB8T I'ALM BBACH Personally Speaking Mr. and Mrs. Ear. Rosenfeld. who were married in Miami Beach June 8, have returned from their honeymoon in Havana. Cuba. They are residing at 1509 West ave.. Miami Beach. &ne is the former Isabel Wahl of Miami Beach. • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler. 1233 Tenth St., Miami Beach, will leave this week with their son-in-law. Dr. Abraham friedman, for a three-month summer vacation in Canada and tne Thousand islands. On their way north they will stop at CKiinesville, Fla., where they will visit their grandchildren, who are students at the University of Florida. • • Moses J. and Saul, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grund! werg, 1236 Drexel ave.. Miami Beach, will attend for their third : summer, Camp Massad, Pannersville, Pa., where Moses will be a junior councillor. • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, 347 S. W. Sixth st., left Tuesday for Asheville. N. C, where they will attend an insurance con| vention. Mrs. Seitlin will return about July 1, while Mr. Seitlin will go on to New York. • • Having arrived home last Sunday from the Citadel college, Charleston, S. C. Charlie Greenberg will spend his summer vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Greenberg, 817 W. 39th St., Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown of Miami left last Friday to spend a three-week vacation at their summer home in Hendersonville, N. C. With them are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner and son. Mrs. Weiner is their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, accompanied by Mr. Al Chisling, left today for Wilmington, N. C, where they will attend the wedding of Julian Weinkle. From Wilmington they will travel to New York and arrive home about July 11. Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. First st., is convalescing from an operation at the Victoria hospital. She will be at home in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 801 N. E. 74th st., accom panied by their two children, are motoring west to California after a short stay in New York. The family expects to be back sometime in September. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman, 1214 S. W. 13th ct., have just returned from a trip to Athens, Ga., where they attended the commencement exercises of their daughter, Zelda, at the University of Georgia. • • Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mandell, 1824 S. W. 16th ter., are entertaining their cousin. Miss Vivian Margolis, of Washington, D. C, during her summer vacation. Following her stay. Miss Margolis will return to the University of Maryland where she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi. Miss Polly Geishon left by plane Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., where she will visit her mother, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose and their children will leave the first of the month on an extended motor tour of the West. They expect to be gone two months. Miss Donna Feldman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cherries Feldman, 57 S. E. Seventh st„ will fly to Havana on June 30 to attend the University of Havana for six weeks. She will be accompanied by her cousin, Miss Rita Futerfas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futerfas, 1303 S. W. 16th st. Miss Futerfas will stay three days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff will celebrate the Pidyon-Haben of their son, Stanley Jay, with an open house from 6 to 9 p.m Sunday at 1919 3. W. 19th st. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin, 1037 S. W. 20th ave., will leave Sunday by car for a month's vacation in New York and New Jersey, where they will visit relatives and friends. The Botwins will also stop at the Berkshire Country club in Wingdale, N. Y., where they met several years ago. They will celebrate their first anniversary July 7. Mrs. Botwin is the former Rosalind Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fishman, 1630 S. W. 10th st., gave a dinner at their home Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levy s tenth wedding anniversary. Guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koqan, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Kahn. Mr and Mrs B. G. O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. L. Foofner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam S 1 r a ?i Mr S Avis Bren,1 Y^ Mr^d Mrs. J. Rawlson. Mr. and Mrs. J Mondres. Mr. H. Sisselman and Mr. Louis Suchman. Open house was held at the Fishmans' home Saturday night ^t rS -M %  u n,Zk er 321 S W Nin,h ave !" !eave Saturday for the North where she will visit her children and family in New Haven. Hartford and Mudas. Conn. She will be away for two months. J a ST!!! Wen S >? n f Mr and Mrs Bernard Sterling, 2377 M XL ?L aV A e r" beC me Bar Mi,zvah tomorrow at 9 a.m. £1,5 e leaving for the North this weekend. After visiting with family and friends They will spend the summer at Camp Keyumah, Orson, Pa. Mr Ganne* mo P mh ni ci n l uy. COn,inUe hlS StUdieS at Dr P sie *•* d'uSjS Miriam Feit Engagement Eileen Cowen Makes Announced by Parents Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835 Collins ave., Miami Beach, are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miriam, to Saul Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plans for July VVeddinq Mr. and Mrs. Edward i Cowen. 5050 Alton rd, JJv Beach, are announcing ?? gagement of then daughter 2*1 leen Theresa, t„ Jv.on.eHj • smith, son of Mrs. Guy RU I smith, 1452 Meridian Beach. Plans arc be Rose, of Detroit, Mich. A graduate of Miami Beach High school. Miss Feit is now a junior at the University of Miami. She is the president of the Habonim organization of Greater Miami and was one of the organizers of the Beth Jacob Habonoth and a leader of the Beth Jacob Young Judea. Mr. Rose attended Highland Park college and the extension school of the University of Michigan and is now connected with me Habonim Zionist Organization of Detroit. He is active in social work there. No date has been set for the wedding. Every day is judgment day— use lots of it. %  ...... rOR THE TIME OF ^u^ Y0UR A UFE! In Tin Beautiful ItrkiMrtt COUNTRY CUM LAVISH ENTERTAINMENT Your brand of fwn and -, activity. Charmingly mtimott. II Molt G.H Cesrtl • Tamil Handball • Basketball All *a..r Siorti SUPEKB CUISINE .' \ Vrit for rttc-rvariont nawl COMS COUNTRY CUM L.ka.iiL.Caaa. •-. 1 ave., Miami 'MR made fat I a wedding in July. I A graduate of Miami Beach High school, the bride-elect at tended Goucher college in Balti". more. She has been actively en gaged in philanthropic work hav I ing recently been elected to t n vice presidency of the Miami Beach unit of Junmr Hadassah of which she was program chairman for the past yeai and f or i wo | years has been on the staff of the! Greater Miami Jewish Federa I tion. Mr. Goldsmith. „ graduate ol Miami Senior High school, attend-l ed the University of Florida and I served as a captain in the armedl forces during the war in thel Pacific theatre. He is now m | business in Miami. All meetings of the Miami Ladies auxiliary for ihe Jewish Home for the Aged will be suspended until October, Mrs. Etna Beck, president, announced this week. Mrs. Beck is leaving for the North because of illness in her family. MIAMI BEACH i "Pop" Concerts "SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS" by THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CONCERT ORCHESTRA with Guest Conductors and Soloists Ten Saturday Evening Concerts Beginning June 28,1947 at FLAMINGO PARK BANDSHELL MIAMI BEACH -. Season Book of 10 Tickets: $10; $7.50; $2; Incl. Fed. lew On Sale at BURDINE'S MIAMI BEACH LINCOLN ROAD STOHE MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEAC" MORRIS BROTHERS DEPT. STORE, 131h and WaUi. Presented by Miami Beach "Pop" Concert Association LEO EISENSTEIN, Chairman



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^AYJ^JL^ wee Pearlman. Doctor Sy Vows Saturday nn a honeymoon which will V a trip to northwest iBcl j *re Ur and Mrs. FerdiCa "f Hoffman Kauders. The rtoS ceremony of the ford0U Mil Jov<'Pearlman. daugh*"M Mr and Mrs. Jules Pearl* AR7N B. 29th ter., took f^t the'bride's home Saturf nil: Rabbi Jacob H. Kap£ uncle of the bridegroom, of% bride received her bachelor .rt degree in psychology from ttoivSy of Michigan last JU n r Kauders was graduated trom the University of Georgia nl served for three years in the £££* h e h cld the ran k of &ant(8g). He was stationJJj at Guadalcanal and in New Zealand. Uoon then return to Miami, the couple Will live at the Martinique hotel, Miami Beach. June 15 Ceremony Unites Jules Wilsons Announeen %  nt is being made of the June 15 marriage of Alyee Goldberg, d lighter of Mr. and Mrs Philip Goldberg. Brooklyn, N.Y., and Jules Wilson. The ceremonv was >ei formed by Rabbi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth Sholom. HissMarcine Shaffer, cousin of the bridegro m, was maid of honor, and Dr. Edward Frimmel was best man for Mr. Wilson. Mr. Wilson is a member of the Miami Y.MH A. and the Elks. 94c of Miami. The coupl'is at home at the Rendale hotel. Miami Beach. Drenched in rich tomato sauce ^^istPvridrtairi kosher Beans, baked by HEINZ inhot.dryovtns, Have that old£a shi oned home-made flavor. ***? S TMIY-tl PAIfVf 5r %  *.. .i Bsia CONO WA Beverly August Wedded to Josenh <^ Sunday In Double Ring cZiT XT"" Nuptial JSI7 TlZ^* !" ^ at Belm r Hotel 'es of Miss Beverly August, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Michael August 447 S. W. 28th rd.. and Joseph Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry A. Schwartz. Providence' R. '., took place Sunday in the Sapphire room at the Belmar hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max Shapiro performed the double ring ceremony. A reception and dinner in the hotel dining room followed the ceremony, and music for dancing was provided by a string ensemble. Mrs. Samuel Hollander was matron of honor for her sister, and maid of honor was Miss Marion Schwartz, the bridegroom's sister. Bridesmaids were the Misses Lynn Rabin, In and Anita Malmud. John Mingione of Fairlawn. N. J., was best man for Ins and ushers were Louis A brother of the bride, and Arthui and Leslie August, her Miss Muriel August, cousin f I Judy Wolpert Speaks At Probus Meeting Speaker at the Tuesday meeting of the Probus club at the McAllister hotel was Miss Judy Woldaughter of Mr. and Mrs *e W. Wolpert, 1776 S. W. ave. She spoko on world rnment. Miss Wolpert is a junior at college, where she is specializing in the study of phil•' She is a graduate of I h school, where was a member of National and editor of the • the yearbook. At Wellesber of the staff "'' l I publication. PAGE THREE Groups to Sponsor Moonlight Cruise July 6 A "moonlight cruise" will be sponsored by the Jewish National Alliance elub 290 and the Pioneer Women of America club 2 Sunday, July 6. Admission for the trip, which will be on the yacht Seminole Queen II, will be $1.25. The boat will leave at 8 p.m. from pier 6 of the Miami Yacht basin. the bride, was in charge of the bride's book. The bride wore an cut;.lined period gown of white slipper satin. Seed pearls outlini 1 I sweetheart neck and formed thi tiara from which fell her i tip illusion veil. She cai bouquet of white orchids with a cascade of Btephanotis and wore the bridegroom's gift of pearls Mrs. Hollander wore a dusty rose crepe gown, long bluegloves and a floral crown of blue maline veil. She carried a of blue maline with delphiniums and orchids. Miss Schwartz was attired in a pale blue ninon and long yellow gloves, a fl hat combining yellow and blue maline. and carried ,, yellov maline heart adorned with an orchid and yellow roses Miss Rabin and Miss J wore rose faille gowns, while Miss Malmud chose yellow faille They carried old fashioned c bouquets of garden flowers and wore matching floral crown Mrs. August chose a pearl-gray crepe gown with purple orchid corsage, and Mrs. Schwartz a navy-blue lace with small white orchids in her hi The couple is honeymooning in New York. After mid-July they will be at home at 198 Wayland ave.. Providence. The bride attended the University of Miami after her graduation from Miami Senioi school. She was active in B'nui B'rith Young Women. Her husband is a graduate of New Military academy and attended Bryant college and the Rhode Itland School of Design in Providence. 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PAGE FOUR +Jewisi> Hcrldkir FRIDAY, JUNE 27, J I Editorial A WOMEN'S COUNCIL A new organization beams itself on the horizon. This new body is an organization of organizations. The Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations made its presence officially known this week. This new body emanated from the Presidents' Organization, composed of heads of ladies' qroups, who have met from time to time for mutual benefit and has set its sights high. As outlined by the CJW. we find among the purposes of this new organization the following: *'. to interpret the programs of member organizations to the community; to keep a calendar of dates of meetings, functions and of the events of each affiliated organization to avoid conflict, duplication, etc.; to coordinate, cooperate, and expedite projects and programs of common interest to the Jewish people in social welfare, religion, education, civic improvements and legislation." To carry out this broad and elaborate program successfully is a big order. The new organization comprises a form of community council. In many communities similar groups have accomplished a great deal. Bringing together the leadership of the women in the area places at the disposal of the coordinating unit the best of intelligence and capabilities. How well these leaders can merge their thinking and act collectively will be seen as the activity progresses. How binding the decisions of the CJW will be upon those affiliating will also be of considerable import in attaining results. The sincerity of purpose of the member agencies of the newly formed Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade County and their willingness to work together will become evident as the objectives are sought. MISSED THE POINT One of the prominent daily columnists this week devoted the major portion of his space to playing up the American Council for Judaism. What makes for good reading to people seeking an excuse is not necesssarily factual. Those desiring justification for bigotry and shortsightedness eagerly await such material. In discussing violence and attempting to instill fear in American Zionists, our columnist friend, as have many others, missed the point. In treating the subject, they ignore the cause of the violence. The problem does not concern itself with the condoning of the violence by American Jewry. Uprisings and disputes marked by much more disastrous results than at present, have been recorded in history for every fight for survival and accomplishment. This ruggedness and determination to fight portrays itself continually as it does today on the labor front. What we must concern ourselves with is the underlying causethe Zionist cause —in attaining a Jewish homeland and the benefits to be derived therefrom. That this is a right cause has been proven time and again. There will be many more of these columns, and discussions with the opening of an office here by the Council and the engaging of an executive director to disseminate their negative program. The lack of growth of the Council and the dismal reception it has received is further proof that it is doomed. Despite this foregone conclusion, the Zionist cause needs our devoted interest and attention. face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director. AntiDefamation League. It appears that the new Miami Beach Anti-Bias Sign Ordinance is due for an early constitutional t>' st J.. When a certain sign reading •Restricted Clientele" remained hanging from a tree in front ef an apartment house following the .cent adoption of this ordinance, a local resident, acting on his own impulse, became incensed and swore out a warrant. Events then moved rapidly. Bail was posted by the alleged law violator. Her attorney, desiring to test the constitutionality of this novel law, the first of its kind Reynolds to Head Death claims First National **%£$%£*> The consolidated banking organization of the First National Bank of Miami, which recently merged with the American National Bank of Miami and the First Trust Company, is now opM. Robert Herman. field director of the UnitifS ish Appeal and one of the k figures in the organtaatiotfi Z rent campaign for S170.000 OOfl fi first irusi \_UIIIH>".' •• •*"*• "tovprsi'.Ti rnlii-f an.l UU > U W tl orating under theold name^of the Jg-J**-J ***** First National Bank of Miami, with headquarters in the remodeled and renovated First National Bank structure at N. E. First ave. and Flagler st. Wiley R. Reynolds was elected president at a special meeting of the board of directors. With the exception of the presidents, former American National Bank and First Trust Co. officers in this country, obtained a writ ^^ ^^ oyer jnto the mergcd of habeas coi pus bringing the National Bank generally in matter under the jurisdiction of the circuit court. The ca.;e is to be argued on June 26. unless, in the interim, the warrant is withdrawn, which may very likely occur. The apartment house proprietor involved has taken down the sign, explaining that she meant no offense. She said, too, that She was unaware that the ordinance had finally been adopted. Furthermore, she asserts that her use of the phrase ••restricted clientele" did not carry the same connotation to her as it does to the average resident of this area, and she points to the fact that a tenant of the Jewish faith, had. in fact, resided on the premises during the past season. If there is to be a test of the constitutionality of this ordinance, such test should logically be based upon a clear-cut blatant offender who flaunts the law. The purpose of legislation to correct manifestations of anti-Jewish feeling is educational and should not be punitive. Since the person against whom the warrant has been issued has complied with the ordinance and has indicated no malice in connection with the alleged violation, it is the writer's opinion that the action against her should cease. Simultaneously, however, the ordinance should be vigorously and intelligently enforced by the properly constituted Miami Beach law enforcement officials. UNVEILINGS Tlie unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Irving W. Boyer, "135 Carlyle ave.. Miami Beach, took place June 26. Arrangements were in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Joseph Diner will take place Sunday at 10 a.m. at Mount Nebo cemetery. All friends and relatives are invited. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument Co. the same capacities they held before the merger. The bank has now been equipped with the latest in air conditioning, sound proofing, lighting, construction and decoration. A new 12,000-box safe deposit vault has been installed. Old-fashioned cage-type tellers' booths have been replaced by modern glass partitioned tellers" windows and the number increased from 18 to 35. Walls and ceilings of all banking floors have been acoustically treated. Each department has been enlarged and modernized, and the entire bank has been redecorated in the modern manner. The walls separating the first four floors of the First National and First Trust buildings have been removed, joining the two buildings into one, to provide additional space for the consolidated banks. Two entrances are therefore now available to customers, one on East Flagler st. and one on N. E. First ave. This also means that five elevators now serve the bank's customers. hospital in New York of aTea attack. He was 53 years old Well, known to Miamians HJ man was former advertising J sales promotion executive f| leading industrial concerni became active in Jewish ciwi in 1933 when Hitler rose to poJ| in Germany and launched I first anti-Jewish campaign. Sins that time, Mr. Herman has helol conduct fund raisins drivl throughout the United Stall which resulted in the raising more than three hundred millil dollars for relief, rehabilitatl and resettlement of Earope's JeJ ish survivors. Funeral serv. heldSu day at 11 a.m. at the Rivers! Memorial chapel with R a Jonah B. Wise, of the Cend Synagogue, national chairman! the United Jewish Appeal, nffj ating. Up to a day before his deal Mr. Herman supervised the fii activities of thi United Jew| Appeal in all parts of the cou try. He played a li ading part) the preparation and the organi; tion of record campaigns :n cities to make the ra ing to date of SI 15.000.000 towj the $170,000,000 quota pf United Jewish Appeal for 19 In addition to his irganizatiol work, Mr. Herman was widl known as an outstanding spea| on current Jewish problems, his association with the I'nil Jewish Appeal, he addres hundreds of meet ngs in cr| from coast to coast. Passage of Stratton Bill Advisor Bernstein Backs (Continued from page 1) he stated. "They have all shown the moral and physical stamina necessary to survive and rebuild their lives if given an opportunity." he declared. "The decision," he said, "narrows down either to merely prolonging the existence of the displaced persons in the camps, primarily at the expense of the United States, or to an early reasonable program of settlement in which this country would take a part to enable these DP's to resume life in a normal atmosphere." Obituaries TELLER Mn I:, --i.Telli r, S8, 242 WashMiami Bea< h, died WedA former resident • %  New he i in • %  to Miami u years Shi BUI rived bj three daughter*. Jeannette, Mrs. Annette Zlsnei and Mrs Sylvia Shapiro, all ..f Miami ai 'i three sons, James, %  %  Ml%  •' i Beai h, and Benjamin and l'i ad, Si b Bel vlcei • !,• held Sunday at Riverside chapel ..ml burial "...ii Ml Nebo i %  • %  in.-t. IN WEINSTOCK 11 ..MI. l i> Welnstock, win,, with his Sarah, operated a Lincoln i.l died of a heart ailment last Petosky, Mich Hi • ... ., director and a charter member of ih>> Road Mi n bants Asaoi latlon nnd .i Mason. Besldet his Id h. |s son, Wilfred, % %  ( 6736 • or %  Miami i:. u h. and two : i ighters Marvin Freedman Named To Direct Martinique Marvin C. Freedman, manager of the Shoreham and Norman hotels for 10 years, has been named the new manager of the Hotel Martinique, 64th st. and Collins ave., according to a recent announcement by Charles Cohen, owner of the Martinique. Freedman, a native of Cleveland, came to Miami Beach in 1925. He is a member of the Hotel Sales Managers' association and the Greeters of Greater Miami. He is also a Mason. Rabbi Michels to Spec To Coral Gables Lodge, Rabbi Albert Michels, direfj of the Hillel foundation at University of Miami, will adds" the members of the Coral Gal) lodge No. 1682 of B'nai B'ritl their regular m n Wedn day, July 2. at 8 p.m. at Hi house, 3306 Ponce de Leon bf Designed to info: m its mi bership of the varii d natid" service programs of B'nai Bfj this meeting will describe thel ginning of the Hillel foundatj in 1923 at the University of. nois, and trace lopmei the present time, with 133 f


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fltnAY. JUN gfr. 19<7 ^ge Bernstein Weds Adele Stone June 22 [age vows were said Sun4 !" 8 h vM vllk Stone, daugh\I and Mrs. Jacob Stone. V W Tenth st.. and George JJJ ... n of Mrs. Sivle Bern1211 Meridian ave, Miami to t he chapel of the Shelhotel. Miami Be*. Rabb. funon April performed the ctreSS dinner for 200 guett* Miss Velma Abraham, cousin af the bride, came from Savannah t0 be maid of honor. Bridesmaids m i the Misses Carol Kahn O il Levinson, Sara Rose Schwartz, Ellen Stone and Jean Bc^t man for Mr. Bernstein was Hal H nstein, and ushers wre ;, Idfaagen and Elliot man The bride wore a gown of wh ..,. latin with a yoke n f illusion and seed pearls, extended nes ending in a full-court train. She carried a book covered with white orchids and stephanotis. jjrs was graduated -M nior High school. • ditor of the Miami ii s. She attended university for two he was affiliated with Al| %  Epsilon Phi sorority. nior at the Unimi. Mr, also a gradunior High school and A ted from the Unii. where he was mbership in the II -! honorary for men. Hi rnity is Phi Epsiicn Pi. ^t^Jhrktian PAGE FIVE Pictured above is the architect's drawino n v, 0 ScH !" ^ I,.— n.. 9 of the new School buildinc, oi the Miami Hebrew the S. W. 12th ave. and 11th st. location. Y g ceremonie s will be held Sunday %  MNKJBI .. ... Dabij Parad< at %  Silvermans Honeymoon After June 8 Ceremony me !i in the gardin ol it 4412 Royal Palm Miss Gloria Sil. I Maurice Cohen. tan performed vhich united the Prances E. Sillate Abraham the son of Mr. and M Cohen. A recepin the terrace for 135 Mowed the ceremony. n Cohen, sister of the bl was maid of honor, is Phyllis Silverman, %  the bride, was aid. is graduated from M • % % %  High school. Her husband is.. graduate of the Uni"wsity land and was red from the Army rps. 7h >' .n to make their home on B ach. Judith Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alper, 1813, S. W. 21st ter., arrived June 9! Sandra June, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berman, 3115 N. W. 24th ave., was born June 3 Barry Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Malter, 4523 Post ave., Miami Beach, arrived June 3 Ronald Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Klugman, 5510 S. W. Sixth St., was born June 3 Ronald Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Herzog, 1784 N. W. 36th st., arrived June 5 Betty Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barnett. 581 N. W. 63rd st., was born June 8 Harry Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Vishoff,, 3909 N. W. 13th ave., was born June 15. FAMOUS RESTAURANT IN DOWNTOWN N. MIAMI AVAILABLE AT S30.000 1953 lease at $150 monthly. Excellent Season MoneyMaker. Off-Season and Fine Year-Round Business. A Money-Maker and WE MEAN MONEY-MAKER Every Day of the Week, Every Month in the Year! Please contact K. M. P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18 WOLPEI 1200 CORAL WAY — AT "5 POINTS" THE BULL STEAMSHIP LINES Announce the Resumption of Our Own Coastwise Service Between the Ports of Baltimore, Miami, Tampa Direct Express Freight Service, Baltimore to Miami, by Fast, Modern and Efficient Cargo Vessels. Our Experienced Handling Assures Your Complete Satisfaction. F OR RATES AND OTHER H>JFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT ANV OF OUR OFFICES __ MIAMI OFFICE— Pier 3. Municipal Docks—Ph. 2-6500 %  %  | M,I TAmpn '. Florida IVatt Stre* 1101 Ktlnr 1101 ,.„ .' %  'ttfcburch. Pa. CorpuChrlatl. Tei '-1' Henry w rWm. enry w. dllver BM. "•W Tork 4. N. T. Broad Kraal |CO 4. 111. £ LJMte St. Pier f Philadelphia S,,!"" 411 BOUTM Bul nraatalnfton %  National Prsai Bid* Women's club. Workmen's Circle, branch 692, will sponsor a card parly 29 ai 6 p.m. at 25 Washington ave.. Miami Beach. All friends and members are invited to altend. Admission will be 50 cents and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Leon Elkin is chairman. Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith women, will hold a meetirg Monday, June 30, at the hon.o of Mrs. Carolyn Rinehart, Sadigo apis.. 334 20th st., Miami Beach. Committees will be appointed and a social will follow. Miami Beach AMVETS To Install New Class AMVETS will induct a new class S night k at thi Miami Beach Mayor Liberman will conduct nonj and all commanders of p ists have been im The class will be induct, i the name of Pfc. L, i n 22 r %  who was killed in action Junen. 1944, j n the invasion of Normandy Pfc. Cohen is the sun of Ml and _.M,s. A. Cohen of Brooklyn. N. Y. I Brother of Beach Pianist Receives Medical Award Dr. Meyer Morton Melicow. son of Mrs. Rebecca Melicow and sister of Miss Anyuta Meliiov, Miami Beach pianist, was recently awarded a gold medal for a scientific exhibit on the tir irs of the adrenal glunds at the Centennial American Medical c invention in Atlantic City, K J. He was also awarded a silver i >ving cup for a painting in the doctors' art division of the t invention. 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rJewistincrMtori FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1947 Lodge Will Hear Rep. Wm. Lantaff Stab Legislator William Lantafi will address the Independence day program of Sholem B'nai B'rith. on the subject "July 4th in the Atomic Age." Fifty Sholem lodge veterans will be honored at the same pro. which will be held on July 8, Tuesday, ..1 8 p.m. at ; A... ling of engraved ns to these veterans will be a feature of the patriotic procording to Leo Sheiner .-chairmen V ; sm and CommuService committee of the and films "Our Bill i Son.of Liberty" iwn, and Miss L Fay Drazin, coi tprano, will The als hear midls from committee nvention report I Pallot. Zelda Syman Awarded Trophy at U. of Georgia Syman. daughter ol •'. Joseph H. Syman < W 13th ct., was recently Ehrenreich trophj ivi • • % %  I (i I : ..-• %  ; ng Jewish stuird was Hillel lization %  the unired in Syn n is a pas thi Hillel :' mndaS ittended th< A 1 ha Epsilon LEGAL NOTICES %  %  • jrniriAL CIRCUIT IA1 NTV. ... IX CH VNOERY. N IR. %  '. SMITH, ORDER FOR PUBLICATION H INIPREI) SMITH • : :i> to %  %  you %  %  %  ..%  ) %  :!.. I V. S 1 K'KINO, %  i l l %  : : 1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is" HEREBY OIVKN the undersigned, d< -i b mil 1 mder thi fl gnf ", B A 1. KOSHER MK\ I M RM %  04 S, W. 2Snd Av. JIL' intend to register wild "'; ""' Clerk of the i 'lr< ull i' % %  % %  '' : 1 Fl< '' B Ri .111:1: r I lERi 1 BERN VRU FISHER •: %  :•<-:: ", t-H-18 Dad. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to ei 1 business under the flctltlou i PAL'S PL ICE at ( S Avenue, Ml iml, Floi Ida. I ti 1 name with thi C •Ircull court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY SELLER JULIUS LEVINSKY JAMES l> FARR1 MILLER & PODELL \ • %  : I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FRIEOMAN INVEST! >RS \\'i •: F Bier Street. I %  %  \ :: •|erk t Court of Dade County, PI LAWRENCE FRIEDM IN F*R.\.N< i:> FRIEI 'M N I.i ITTIE FRIEDMAN MYERS, HEIMAN 4 KAPLAN, Vti eys for Api nti .,.%  %  ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-il .. || -v... .' %  %  • LIBERTY SI GAR HOW V U' I Street e with the C %  • ... ... [>adi %  intj I YETTA SAM \l.l' IN Sole Ow MARX M. FEINBERO. V11 \ .. .'71 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ,i IS HER NAME 111 S • R %  i -IV v SHERRY pn \ • 'Ml iN, v „ P y for A I Ft, 1.1. Invrlih the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L. A w \ w 1 AKT.il R BOH -K LEGAL NOTICES i'oner <>K THE AND IN THE C1RC1 IT COfRT "I ELEVENTH JUIHCI \l. '"II: IV \NIi Fi 'R DAME %  'i NTY, FL' HtlMA. IN CHANCERi No VIRGINIA • %  'NNELL, roHN ANDREW OTl iNNELL, 11. •. dant. :'i i MI:. J( i|iv i %  % %  iNNELL, 149 %  '.. % %  hung \\< ue, Wesl | >r inge, Si %  %  V. •; %  ARE HEREBY l:i i bf for, Jum Pi %  .. • : • i of the Stati la. ]| \ TI:I> il.isi f May. A.M E l: LEATHERMAN. Clerk of l Circuit irl By w M W. .-•:. M K .' %  VLFRED KREISLER Atloniej • .7 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE • a ... ... ... RANS R SERVICE, • : •; N :: i th the 'leri of the i';: cult 'oui t ol l >ade Fl %  IEREFSY GIVEN thai • %  • WARTMENTS II %  Dadi %  I :KL PI IGEL s \ I : \ i •• • .7 7 LOUIS U'lJUST IRVING SCHWAM I'.i %  V V : %  I .1 NTY, FLORIDA IN CHA: No I %  '.' I3n |>O.MENI" K >.l.\l'ANI, :. VFANI, I '• %  ORDER OF PUBLICATION \M. %  SI eel N. %  s SrW Yorl %  %  styled rlM thi will be .... t you Let I : %  Floi I lMi ut Ml mil, l 'adi • ki l: LEATH Clerk Court %  Deputy Clerk. S LM SILVER, Soil %  '. 1-27 7 l IN THE % %  'OI'RT VNM FOR MAI COt'NTT. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN RK EST \'. E OF IDA B CK STEIN ill %  %  TO \l.l. CREMITORS VND ALL PERSi INS HWIN I I. U.MS i H DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: i) i present an> ilma which J have ngainst the i f Dade inly, Floi Ida, to th. Hii W !•'. I Hani I ulge o • office In thi ; %  %  • la, with of thi ^, i ,ii the li nnd to be BWOI n l ( or sami id of thi Act, tided '. \ i I:I. this 41 .\. li SAMl'EL A FL' rERFAS, •. %  : 1 .\ HI 'KSTEIN, ill %  • used. WI I.I.I \.M 1. I'M.:.. %  6/6-11-2 ,N l,'!h"ir'pM ; iAi;''.M.U-lMT IN IV.R MAPB COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No, lliMf.!' ORDER OF PUBLICATION IEANNE MINEEN. PlalntMfi CORNELIUS J.DmraN, Defendant. ST VTE i IF I" 1 -' 'KII |A: .... TO CORNELIUS J. DINHBW, %  :. 11 Dundalk Avenue, Baltimore), MarylaBO. __.. Vo U an hereby notified and ordered .,, appear ,„ the Bill of Complaint tor riled attains! you in the above ,,„ ,„ before the lit j day ,f |,,|, |947 otherwise the allegeT gald BUI of Complaint will be %  -,,. order be published once a n-i-ek ror four consecutive weeks In • he JEWISH KM'III I'I AN. •' neWHp ibllshed In l'.nie County, Blorl>ATBIi tii^ 19th day of June. 1947, ,t Miami, Dade County, Florida. r r. LEATHERMAN, i 'lerk of Circuit Court. Bj F. .1 OOULD, Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER foi I'laintiff. ; 7"'. Congri Bldg., Miami, Fl 27 7 i-ll LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIROUn ir Ft ITH JUDICIAL ill:.'r IT t !"£ ••••K DADB COUNTY FLOP„?P N CHANCERY. '-"KIIIA. MARILYN vs. LOUIS NO I Him-.s BAFWIi IN Plaintiff', NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that ; i .i. desiring to engage In ... .: der tii. fictitious name "f I.ti: 79, ut i-'i" N. W. Wth Btreet, Floi iila, Intend t" reglater said i-! i|„. Clerk of tin' Cilivult %  i, ide County, Florida, j \c, >B 1IYMAN GEORGE E. BURNEY FRANK E. SOLOMAN, \-.. i %  %  f..i Applicant .; i3-2n J7 7 in BA8BION, Defendant ORDER OF PUBLICATION! STATE OF FLORIDA 0N TO: Mirw A BA8S1UN Mi-Loan (iardenm, 1446 18th Sir..,.i \. w waahlngton, i>. c. You are hereby notified and nnirtti day of July, 1147, we will appl) to the Hon. W. v. HiHiitoti. Count) Juilgi of Dade County. Florida, fur appt final report and fur fh as Executors of the estati .: BERTHA WIT. deceased, This Hull day of Juni LEONARD 11 liRoSS, BD1TH TALE, Exi itors, BURNETT RUTH. Attorney for Edith Tale and l^'"t..it'll II. Gross, rt'13-20-27 7/4 IN I'll rV JITM1K H ''. lURT IN AND FOR DADE CO NTY. iRIMA IN" PRl iBATE No. of IRVING JACOBS NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  \ Pi ... D tgal nsl ti you, to j enl an} inds which you, or havi against the IRVING JACOBS, di 'i ..i.i. •• pii la. to thi ion, County Judge of '.nil. flli tame In his i lourthi Florid within eight • from the date ol thi i liit.-of. Bald i ialme mtaln the legal ad thi els Imanl ind to bi BWOI n i %  .-. -i aa aforesaid, ••• i, be bai -• • Bei lion l^i Act Dati Jum 25, A. I >. 1947. HILDA JACOBS, %  ratrix of thi I: it %  • IRVING JAO >BS, di Sll VER KAPLAN ininv. A '. \SKY. Administratrix, 7 l-ll-ls NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that leal to i ngage In 11 *; %  .us name of MORRi %  ..ii 194 N E, 79th Street, Intend to registi si d •.. Cii rk of 'he Circuit i M le lounty, Floi Ida, Apple ants FERDIN VND Mi'IRRO IENICK dCLVFANl BR8 HEIMAN & KAPLAN, s for Applicants, /7 7/4-U-18-?5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ... the fie tit sine ol MIAMI CAMERA MART and THE KAMRAMART, il 7 IVB li the C It Court of 1 >ade i .... I: II Bi J snd Adolph A Hollandi r, iwner, ADOLPH A HOLLAN1 ISAAC JOFFE, ..... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C|Rr| i ; IN AND FOR DA "OUNTV FLORIDA. |.> CHANCERY No Mi iRRIS \\ EINBERO. PI il vs. : • IRA WEINBERG, 11. i. • '.., • NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TI i 1" IRA WEINBERG ADI IRESS I NKNi i\\ S I • herebj notified thai r for dlvon %  • ha bi. fib j against you. You an wrltti n Appi tranci pi %  %  ally et •li the • rib .i Juni to file your n by %  iin,\,, to be fter I \' THE 'i lUNTY .HI ;i: s I 'i 'I 'RT IN \\|. FOR DAME COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE • I.X.'i: SI ELLA MACHTEI NOTICE TO CREDITORS : I • i .-'..'• 11 %  either of t lhi -IK STELLA M.M'll' M ..•• li • • H • %  of Dadi Dadi dd • %  %  • '• A S M MACHTEI, ........ of OCEKNIE STELLA MACHI hi. di •-. ItOSENHOUSE ^|-7I0 S. W. 12th AV. MMtfr-j L.TU. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" /*t^/ \ fs^ Wt OfFIOALLY REPSESEMT TK HAJOtin Of HMTHtW JEWISH FUNERAl NMES Inlvmalxm Glodtr furruihtd on RequeW SERVING MIAMI BEACI MIAMI Exclusively Jewish 24 HGUR SMIIIUItCt JOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Direclor RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL ajftpa FINE FtWERAL 8BRVICE i-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123S Washin^loa AY*. MlmiB*cli BOWARD T, N8WMAU Fjlnarai Olreetor A86 6ISEN8F*a, Trsu'f In Nw Yvk: TRth St. ar.a AW*tlJB AJB MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone 3-3720 If u y. In default %  • %  %  appearing a .... %  entered against you. I ted .' %  .-'ii day of I B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk i.f the Cii. ut Court By: W. it. STOCKING BURNETT ROTH, 412 Congri i Attorney for Plaintiff .. %  NOTICE IS HEREBY tin EN thai the underait in to ens i"i-i". ..s andi r the l PlCaiOLO-S ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT, Rt 1M Oolllni Avenue Miami Beaoh, Ki Ini Is i rlstei -iiid name iv ith I he %  'lerh .nit c. i t of 1 '.HICounty, Florida MELHAR, INC .__ ^_ %  ; '" : %  • orporatlon, MYERS, HEIMAN A KAI Atoyneya for Applkarti Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS lypji i't can m ; Hr '••r ct • %  'iixainl ( ntali.-rc llr.ltt, cell S-S844 1350 Alton Road, M. I, iavii.0 iLtstERG. Treat, W. wilicii, FIBCUI O'lCCtCf SINGLE GRAVES, FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob M^ 1 Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Lm For Further Inlormation Phone 9-2664. 4-5924 or 9-1434 M>V


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TKoshruth Commission 'J^istftrridrtor) Kashrulh WKMoses Mescheloff was Kf, nSer of the eightratu.n:.l Commission on N ? ti0 Jy the Rabb.nical ,i, of America last week. ^ t„W( ha. been the % %  t director of the Beth xW fvnd Hakashruth for the *""J? years and diwctl the ?L£taion of eighteen kosher & shops and poultry mar""f n £nu Beach and Miami. ^"Ethe kosher slaugh*>'. Hialeah and in SSoSvSe Florida, for Dade bounty con sumPfon. Sholem Lodge Members To Hear Committeemen A review of Shok-m lodge acJfcSWiul nu-dbycom! ule Chairmen at the weekly f dav luncheon in the DownETclub, Seybold arcade, to£ at noon S n Silver, prcsident. has announced. Bill Pall.it. luncheon chairman. states the we< kly meetings in Z Downtown lub will be conLed throw the .-ummcr with S^ortai leaders as guest •peters. All gftic* tees and com •ittee haii n ire requested to be preset] mid-year meetjngDolores Alberts-L. Gerard Engagement Announced Betrothal of Miss Dolores Alberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Albei ts, Chicago, to Lowe Gera f Mrs. Celia Berger. 2941 S W. Seventh st.. has been ann unced. Miss Alb landed schools %  Illinois. Mi Gerard is a student at the University of Miami %  lisaNavj an. Sylvia Stahl, Jack Byer Say Vows Sunday state ol Florida on i Mr. and ,: ho were mar22, at the \i egahe double ring ceren %  nagogue was : llowing t m Sylvia and ... 244 N W Byer 2131 PAGE BEV2N Bronston Names Boyell Regional Exec. Director FASBESTOS TABLE MATS 8 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton celebrated the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Ronald Abbott, Saturday, June 21. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. A reception was held at the Center following the services and a luncheon for 250 guests was given at the Shelborr.e hotel, Miami Beach, in his honor. Mr. Lipton is president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. i?JM. Harold Jacobs Weds Henrietta Taylor June 1 Miami Beach Ji was the scene of the Jun riage of Miss Henrietl Harold Jacobs. Shi ter of Mr. and Mrs M 3917 Meridian aw Miami B and he is the son if M Samuel Jacobs, 1605 P< vania ave.. Miami Beach. Miss Rosalie Taj the bride, was maid and Mrs. Eh Lepoff, an ter, was a bridal atten ; M. Kin was best man, an were Jai k T Rosenthal, Louis I. Klein, Morty King an I Robert Goldstein. The bride and brideg both graduated from Mi High school. Mr Ja for three and a half the Army air coi ps Father of Charles Cohen Dies In Cleveland It Alpha Epsilon Phi alumni and iheir guesls will attend a cabana party Sunday night al ihe Vanderbilt hotel. Mrs. Bernard Fuller, who is in charge of all arrangements, has planned a "white elephant" auction sale, of which the proceeds will go tcward the active chapter fund. was : oom, B r, niece of the : lOOk. ulder • pped •pha%  a pink a finger-tip %  '.: 'Is in N. J.. and the -Is in nn. imi, the ike their home here. Bei n I'.. B mston, Florida n C luncil for .In I announces that at xecutivc meeting in New \ on June IT. th selected Miami Beach as its heads ;.ir a Southeastern I ional office. Harry Boyell, a • • i! Miami, acl ive in civic and religious work for many has been appointed executive directoi of the regional office. "The A : ic al Council for Judaism the impor.ii the Southeastern for spreading its principles and objectives in this area of the country," Bronston added. •'The council affirms that Jews are nationals of their respective Jew.by religion only, \' believes inl tion, not segregation, marks the road to equality. U seek: Jews evei j whei e equal i ights and with other citizens." Bronston said. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Hava your roof repaired now: you will eave on a new roof later "Satilfactory Work By Experienced Men" 414 S W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5BM LOME'* ACME GLASS SHOP Safety Glass—Plain Glass %  GOOD EXP MIRRORS • RESILVERING 4402 N. W. 27th Ave. Phono 7-5333 EMMET A. DROLET 545 N. W. 54th Street Phone 78-2346 METAL WINDOWS BARCOL OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS TRANTZ SINGLE SECTION MARINE PLYWOOD GARAGE DOORS. $82.50 STEEL RESIDENTIAL WINDOWS. COMPLETE STOCK High Grade TAILORED VENETIAN BLINDS Thomas Venetian blinds are specially designed for Florida use—durable and long lasting. All blinds installed and guaranteed — prompt shipment on out-of-town orders. Phone for Estimates 9-7555 I %  i> MM 'tt&jr.uK'.w wets (INC.a*eTtM)i arion M/oJTD-SriNISTSMAUK*'"" 5 FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD STATIONS t*7T5U>*7;T V ^* %  k" 01 ^^ Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky 1521 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 £; M.am.Ave to-MBeh.l "* I l onRd. M.Bch M \ ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. • •' %  '' '. PHONE 3-6924 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK • r Too Small



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PAGE EIGHT +Jeistnurktk%ti FRIDAY, JUNE 27, l 947 "Hake Our Culture Strong... Keep It Important," Declares Mrs. May By DOROTHY SEROTTA 'ED. NOTE—Mrt. May. who it a dauahter of Rabci laaac M •"• ; a twin nMer of RaBbi Jonah B. W e. hat g ea lifetime: to tlw wcrk of national Jewnh worrent organ, zatiora. Bis 6(1 if-J --ation of Sitterhooaa board. h hat led rat onal com" tteys tor the ncil of Jewish Women and is part of the ooa'd of the Co"'mitt*, of National Jewnn Womer'i 0-g"Hit tni. w"cc:-'eiatet work of the eleven tuggett units. The "House oi Living Judaism," which is to be the main project of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods this /< -. is a very vital subject to Mrs. Albert J. May. only life her of the board of the National Federation of Temple %  .,.; %  ; %  I give advanced, college this month. v\ .t.-i ,. -E nough ng 'with about : -%  %  a,) of the ymAmeru Plat • budduffwfa work by S %  On anothi nt, Mrs. May veil a far na• • %  %  :./ %  : :. bi thi Ned t h e : tings A typical i as being to 500. hnstian and 40 •npk It included lec.and rips Bu. in ,he House of Living tion of • %  1 in i New %  %  The institute let fVin Veep ^ butt* 1 3-4848 PK ne -J Judaism, she explained. Ihe Sisterhood hopes to focus Jewish sources of knowledge into a cultural whole. "We need lo re-Judaire ourselves," says Mrs. May, and points out that this is still another facet of the effort Jews must make to meet the international emergency. "We have to make our culture strong and keep it important to ourselves." in-.'.program is in one itute for the warRed i lunity .1 id, and les .i new incentive to pride and hope among American Jews 11 as those it will help to m v liberal thought throughout irld. ZBT's At Miami Receive Charter :.; king the end of its first year a the University of Miami the Alpha Omega chapter Tau fraternity was ;. incorporated recently judge Marshall C. Wisc.. Florida charl ihe body. Shown in the p. emonies above are (left U : E. Alter, dean of nen; Bill Alvin, president of i Omega: Judge Wisehart. > D %  • general secretarj 7.. %  >;• I Tau; Irving Ellis, of the Miami ZBT ni club, and Marvin C. ;:nan. trustee of the chapter. The local chapter has a memll ip of 30 active members and pledget, most of whom hail Miami. It is quartered in the French village. 3624 Lc Jeune rd., at present, but expects I nity house as soon %  nditions permit. Present officers of the chapter the official incorporators. include Bill Alvin. | dent: Don Mayerson. vice presi' Jerry Cohen, treasurer: Jim Kahn. past president, and Irving jr. The corporate trustees, all alumni, are Irving Ellis. Marvin in. Irvin Korach, Herbert E. Steiner. Harry Gordon. Greenbaum, B. J. Wagner and Fred Meyer. The Perfect CORSET SHOP 1757 S. W. 8th St. CORSET HOSPITAL Phone 9837 READY AND MADE-TO-ORDER GARMENTS INDIVIDUAL DESIGNS BY EXPERT ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR THE NEW SILHOUETTES INVEST IN A C. B S. DUPLEX BUILT 1-Bedroom Unit SI 1.800 B £LT YOUR LOT 2-Bedroom Unit $14,300 YOUR LOT OAK FLOORS. TILE BATH AND KITCHEN Phone Today 48-1267 PAUL R. ROTH. Contractor Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Young Men's group entertained children at the Cardiac Home in Miami Sunday. This is the third visit of this organization to the Home. The schedule of entertainment at these Sunday visits consists of movies, singing, a comedy act, and is concluded with the serving of ice cream and cookies. Embry iV) Riddk WAK ASSETS DIVISION MIAMI, FLORIDA SAN JUAN. PUERTO RICO MARVIN'S BARBER SHOP NEW LOCATION 5 CHAIRS—5 FIRST-CLASS BARBERS — MAN ICUR 1ST — 220 West Flagler Street Phone 3-9218 B&B KOSHER MEAT AND DELICATESSEN MARKET 804 S. W. 22nd Avenue Featuring • FRESH DRESSED POULTRY • FINEST WESTERN MEAT AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS FAR UNDER COST Including CARBURETORS GENERATORS MAGNETOS ENGINE ACCESSORIES INSTRUMENTS—ALL TYPES PRATT & WHITNEY AND WRIGHT ENGINE TOOLS ALL TYPES TEST AND FLOW BENCHES Embry-Riddle's War Assets catalogue is comprehensive and designed for easy reference. It lists numerous hard-io-gef aviation items—all at tremendous savings. Approximately 65 o of all material is new. < New York Delicatessen and Appetizers THIS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENING AND ALL DAY SUNDAY Specializing in HOT CORNED BEEF and PASTRAMI Under the Supervision of R.ibbi Joseph E. Ratkovsky PROMPT DELIVERIES BOB" PIERCE PHONE 4-7795 HARN?v PICUP R EMBRY RIDDLE NOW HAS FIVE HUGE WAREHOUSES STOCKED WITH AIRCRAFT AND ENGINE ACCESSORIES AND ASSEMBLIES. THE EMBRY-RIDDLE COMPANY IS THE EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR WAR ASSETS AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS IN PUERTO RICO. For Information on Catalogue Use Coupon Below r~ i EMBRY-RIDDLE COMPANY. War Assets Division Aviation Building. 3240 N. W. 27lh Ave.. Miami 30. Florida Phone 3-6856 Cable: EMRICO Send information on War Assets catalogue to: I i I



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nins Say Vows Kew York Sunday P W e „_,-m Canada are ttSoSdwia M. Brelnta. Pr.andMr^ ^ at t(u ^:i hotel in New < SI. Breinin, the Helen Kopel\"J.. r of Mr and Simett E. Kopelman, New ^TBri-m." is the son of n/\lr< Lo" ,s Breinin, MijiS and Lake Mahopac. ,. D tion and luncheon in A ftgew.) followed iffS^attended We.les.ey 1 / lain vi ars and will Set***(ft* -te of ft. Itoefiil lda i,nd e |K medicine of Emory uniUstv He served as an Army Ucal con' Ja the Sppin^ an resident Sn at B hospital ifork. The couple will live in New [lark upun their return. Lette Mirchin Betrothal Lnounced by Parents I tpgi'-ncnt of Miss Annette terof Dr and Mrs. ve Milau Bea.:-.. I SI n %  Wallman, [ W £.f Mr. and Ml M. Wallman. I HI Sac::h, is bell I Agra.: lal genheim fstaool of Dental Hygiene in New I lark City. Mis attended lit Univi mi. Mr. I i luated front I. I %  %  gagement In held at Kitty D lI^hlfkrHirtn I Louis Wolf son Receives Diploma From Academy Lees Wolfson, II. n of Col. I M.t.-hill W .lfson, 4517 %  fata ich. was I ng diplolus it thi Oxl idemy, \ /eek. mayor I ni Beach vife and nnd %  %  thi com%  nent ex nd i Kpecl .* ; %  ks. i the I ntuiK tr ,d -"• the com%  cnent p Cohen Will Take PY. Girl for Bride l|^ iD r;,L %  '• I New York, I; Mr. and Ifc! "' W. 18th %  JjWl be married June 29. BtZJ n nh,:n noneymeon, B^^llkv, .:. Miami. B'nai B'rith Women Elect Atlantan Head District Grand Lodge 5 of en's B'nai B'rith elected officers for the coming year at a convi ntion held at the Poincl : on Miami Beach June 7-11. Those elected were M Piassick, Atlanta. Ga., pn Mrs. Nat Levy, Washingl C, first vice president; M; .M „. ning Bernstein. Charleston, S c second vice president; V Becker. Miami Beach, thil president; Mrs. William Black Lakeland, Fla., treasurer; Mil Edna Bloomberg, Washington, I) d corresponding secretary; Mi Esther Snider. Baltimore Md recording secretarj :,i Ann Weintrub, Miami > mailing secretary; Mrs. Jack piro, Hagerstown, Md.. his) Miss Sara Grossman, W D. CM counsellor, and Ml I Goldstein, Galax, Va.. youtl mission. \ Supreme council ri tives include Mrs. La ure n c i Koenigsberger, Washington, D. C Mrs. Harry Gordon. Miami; Mi Maurice Bisgyer, Washingl %  %  ., D CM Mrs. Joe Goldstein Sara Grossman. Thej presidents of the lodge. Paul Grossinger Wed Miss Ricelle Persky in Plugat Aliyah Meeting To Be Held In Atlanta A Plugat Aliyah conf. will be held July 4. ."> and 6 in Atlanta. Ga., it was announced this week by Miss D dent of the Miami I Junior Hadassah. Plu is composed of members of Junior Hadassah and Masada who intend to live in Palestn neers, either agriculturally, industrially, or pi : |y. The three-day meetto all members of Junior Had sah and Masada and all are Interested in conference should contact Blarose Rdgow, 725 All .-. 1. Miami Beach, for information regarding housing and i The conference will include parties, singing and d z %  ted with I %  FPL Files Petition For New Securities in 1 I ; PAGE NINE Miami Kadimah Pioneers Adopt New Constitution % %  of the Kadimah ni Pioneer P" sented to the : '' 'lav, June 13 ing of the group at the Washer. I and correctit into efTl rules and I on the constituWomen of iwn up by the •tee. which is '• % %  lame.-, Albert S i Braun, Max Shapiro CANTOR Seeks Position for High Holy Days Ex C I. Operatic Baritone Beautiful Musical Service / J.S., Box 2973, Miami 18 THE much moi MjGUSTBROS.Ryrj; r Ir-theBESTf \ NOW delivering America's tlonal premium gift. B* eve it or not. A RADIO IN A BOTTLE. 110 volt. AC or DC, 4 tube*. Try a today, $12 15. A • ed throughout the state. Write. wire or pi-ne Harry S S ting Co., 1800 S. W. "7th St.. Miami. Ph 2-4429. Shipmar %  machines also available. • %  "0 PA NT ', JLSTERV SEACOVERS Phone 3-0519 RUDY'S GARAGE CADILLAC and PONTIAC SPECIALISTS Body and Fender Work Expert Motor Repairing 3018 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI 37, FLA. Holland House 4760 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 7-9748 Chef Special 65e > > > > > < > % D UTCH STEAK SANDWICH > I DAILY BLUE *:• %  „ % PLATE from WlC % Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. BREAKFAST 9 lo 11 A.M. Sandwiches—Beer—Wine Soft Drinks O.c.ed and Operated by HARRY G. WEGERIF f 30 Years Experience If you get what you you're successful If you want what you get, you're happy. WANT MY MILK % 2-2621 BBS* • n.pp, r C| M|| RUTH GROSS AGENCY Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE BONDS LIFE Phone 58-9538 350 LINCOLN ROAD FOR REAL (REEL) FISHING LADYBUG Charter Boat DAY or WEEK Everything Furnished Meals Included MANDALAY Fishing Camp HOCK HARBOR N 2 Call R. M. BUCKNER Mannings—9-1244 %  78-2972 Whllll.l IIIIIII ..HI.. nun %  ni ml uilU %  mil II ,ll lllllH muni l"""l| humlf iiiim until %  pr iilliimn inn %  it HI %  mi Mendelsohn's Restaurant STRICTLY KOSHER WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL SUMMER TO SERVE THE PUBLIC CLOSED SATURDAYS FREE PARKING For Reservations Delicious Kosher Meals ""Our Cuatomara PHONE 5-9334 1301 Collins Ave., corner 13th St., Miami Beach FINEST IN SMOKED MEATS OF ALL KINDS AUTO RADIO SERVICE r maOM PLAY INDOOR TABLE SHUFFLEBOARD No Charge Parties Invited COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND GRILL 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M. SATURDAYS 2:00 A.M. [ERMAN MAXIE DUNN 701 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-8710 J-" CHEVROLET CO. 1 IOSSW.FI.AGI.eRST. Phone 9-6441 "IP 3 Florida National Kosher Provision Company Phone 3-4225 230 N. W. Sth Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Under the Si.pervis.on cf Ribc Joseph E. 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I I p PAGE TEN A n / s I fkrkHan PHILADELPHIA JUDGE NAMED ADVISOR Announcement was made by the War department on June 19 that Judge Louis E. Levinthal oi Philadelphia has been selected by Gen. Lucius D. Clay to be advisor on Jewish affairs to the military governor of Germany, U. S. zone. Judge of common pleas court No. 6, Philadelphia, since 1937, Judge Levinthal succeeds Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, who has resumed his duties as rabbi of Temple B'rith Kodesh in Rochester, N. Y., following 14 months" service on the staffs of General Joseph T. McNarney and Clay. Judge Levinthal plans to proceed to Berlin July 18. immediately following the closing of his present court session. In announcing Judge I. that's appointment. Secretary i I War Robert P. Patterson said: "I feel very strongly that the best interests of our country require that a Jewish civilian of understanding, experience, and competence should counsel the commander in chief European command on all matters pertaining to the Jewish populal the American zone, particularly in the critical months ahi A native of Philadelphia. Judge Levinthal was a member pracsidium of the A m eric a n Jewish Conference in 19411—i:i. He is now co-chairman of the Uniti Jewish Appeal and the U Palestine Appeal, a directoi Palestine Economic Corpoi and a member of the board of trustees, Confi react tind J' Masada 'Streamlines' Summer Activity Plan The Miami Masada '.' announced a "stn amlined" if ,pi rations 1 whicl placi I n RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff: Cantor Louis D. Feder. p, jday evening services at B I i Adult Satur lay mori it at 8-30 Junior congregation, under the :• P "' Mr M Herman of the faculty, Will ^intly with the adult conuon. Mincha at 6:4D tolI by Shalos Seudos. H heloff will speak on the p tion of the Week. Daily school 3:30 to 6:30. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. F. iday M n ha, 6:30 p m., fol\1 iai iT. Saturday services, 8 30 a m. Saturday at S M :. ha at 6, follow* Daily si rvic< from iu a.m. to noon and 5 to 6 %  n MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17fh ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray Grauer. Kabolas Shabbes, 6:30 p.m. Women's Club to Give Benefit Picnic Sunday Workman's Circle Women's club. Vladeck branch 699, Miami will sponsor a picnic Sunday at Matthes in Hamm ick, thi i seeds of which will go I Vladeck children's home in ice. Admission \ ne dollar and transi vided. Th to meet at the Lyceum at 1545 3. W. Thii 9 a.m. Sunday Busin • ngs, it was Services Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Stu1 vices, 10 a m. Mincha at it p.m.. followed by Shalos S'udos Rabbi G aui r will | n the Portion f the Week." Daily si vices at 6:45 and 8:45 a m. in %  : lay through Friday to 1n i m, %  ill be he: Iy, v ; will culamong %  i' Shabl p /enings and dam i Men betw. en the age'* of I nd 31 %  ''1 by the or%  a I tend il fund their v i A place on Mas %  : : 48-1206. He wh i puts all he has into lis work illy succeeds—be1 %  ; I vn up and I found naught rhan silem Electrolux Cleaners Place Your Order Now Fr Your ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATION Only Those Who Order Now Cam Be Assured oi Early Future Deliveries FACTORY BRANCH: 172 N. E. 40th St. Phone 7 7502 LaVigne Electric Co, 38 N. W. 7th Street PHONE 2 1759 Repairs — Contracts Electrical Installations INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Same Dependable Service CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Maurice Mamches. Stanley Owen, son i Sterling, l in. Hel i daily, M mday h Thursday, from 9 a.m.; to 1no. m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman: Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring. Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30 %  : <-.n. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor iate Saturdaj e, 9 a.m. Junior con'. e, 10 a.m. Daily se: 9 a. m. and (>:30 p. m. Daily us school, 9 a.m. to noon JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr. Max Kaufman, rabbi and executive director. Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and day morning at 10. New York Agency Seeks Relatives for Messages Messages from relatives in Eu,..,,„. have been received by tht Union of Russian Jews, Inc., for people In the United States. No addresses have been listed, however. There are messages for Gitel Nemirovsky, daughter of Istik Sokolovsky, of mest. Ruzhin. Kievsk. Obi., message from sister cousin, Rachil Sokolovsky, daughter of Abram; Pervin Iosif. son of Leib. born 1896, from relative Shlema Weisfeld, son of Srul; Cohen or Kogen, Boris, 55 fears old, from cousin, Fira htman, daughter of Israel: Vtaiman, Munio, son of Yuda and Gitel, of Zwishol, from cousin, Celia Maiman, daughter of Weisech and Chentsie Maiman. i for Rubinstein, Sheye, son if Moi n 1890, wife, Golda, daughter of Shimon Idel, from sister or cousin. Ester Pearl Umansky, daughter of Leib, of Rotmisrovka; also from Dimont. previously Dinerstein, Leizer; Goldenrat, Naehman, Nisen, from niece, Ita Geichman, daughter of Rebecca and Iosif Geichman: Don. Berel, Sima and Esile. from sister or cousin. Gucia Rudnick, daughter of Iosif. Also for Litman, Emma, 66 years old. from relative Abram Shwartsman, son of Shlema: also I eenberg, Morton and son. :. Sheindel, born Vladimirsky, of Eassova, Kievsk. Obi from Enta Gutnik. daughter of Yankel; Iso for Sam Ladinsky; Perstein, Mi yi r, son (if Isaac, of RoRachov, born 1888, a tailor, from nephew [saak Perstein. son of Meishe; Levin or Levinsky, Abram-Ber. a tailor, his daughter Bashave, from mece. Zivia Levinsky, daughter of I.-ak: Spivak, Jacob, son of ie, from cousin Ita Geichman, daughter of Iosif; Shaiftan. Chaim and Shmil, sons of JankeL from sister Pesia Kalinkover. For further details about the above messages or for locating relatives in Russia, Poland and Templ( 22^2* 27, J „ e Israel Sisterhood Fetes National Officer A national Sisterhood „ and the daughter 0 & M. Wise. Mrs Albert J M av visiting Miami with her huL and was enter! "*?". of the board,, g*f Sisterhood at K." '" of Rabbi and $ H Ian on Tuesday Ka Mrs. May is public rei^ ehairman of the National F^3 eration of Tempi. Sisterhoods *? also is a mernl,,, .,f,he board, the National Council „f j„ J Women She is a t-.v:„ sister Rabbi Jonah B. V. Representatives ,f t ne \]. section of the council wer <; ,1, tovlted. Mrs I :n pr 'j dent of Tempi, | SisterhoJ introduced the t the td Assisting the ... ; f c W J arrangements w< re a committi including Mrs Adolph Wertf eimer, chairman; Mrs Levin Mr Harold B. Spaet. Mrs. J. Ge'-a|| Lewis, Mrs. H. U, Feibelman Mn Albert Hirsch and Mrs Iknr Wolff. Soviet occupied tei 1 itory, write I L'nion of Russian Jews, Inc.. 5 W. 42nd st., room 952, New Yorl 18, N. Y. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 cr 4-99B1 HAULING None Too Large or Too Small PROMPT SERVICE W. A. DICKINSON TRANSFER CO. 2323 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-4308 DIAM OND | CAB PHONE 3-4627 Collins Transport & Trading, Inc. Is Happy lo Offer You Unlimited Space For Warehousing and Storage Rail Sidings — Pool Car Distribution Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks ASK FOR Kosher Zion PRODUCTS AT YOUR Local Delicatessen This label in sures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected. Demand It! Delicious Salami Weineis Corned Beef Pastrami LIBERAL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Samuel Kelemer. !' lay evening services, 5:30 p :n. : 1 5 50 p m. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 70, AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 REFORM TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap Ian, rabbi emeritus. Friday evening at 8:15, regular Sabbath evening services. ibi Kaplan will speak <>n "The Fund 11 if the Praper Book and P 1 e p a ration foi %  r" and will conduct services in the absence ol Rabbi Zwitman, TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1E01 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale). Rabbi David Raab. On F iday 1 vi ning, Juni : ;; p.m., a special .-eiv.ee ded to B'nai B'rith men and women will take place. Rabbi David Raab will conduct the service and preach tho sermon on the subject of "One year In Ft. Lauderdalc." TOUBY MINTING CORP. Who is rich? He who rel in his portion—Ben Zoma. Tomorrow will he a better day if you bcKin this morning to MIAMI M. FLOWTJA



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a Between You and Me 9 U By BORIS SMOLAR op yright, 1946, Jewish Tlegrphic Agency, Inc. of The M SRICAN SCENE: the passage to those opnv CongreH I admit 400.SSffyeVs has been given *t ill • At the conto CleVel f ihe International ..,' n, Workers Union fff£ that the Si, trade" unions, which Ejewah in %  ; e tnt : n ited States ft** n : A ;;:rno gSetheoutbrJakofth. They have secured a S "standard of living for their Eabership through quiet negoSns.-T %  •acquired w of millions ol dollars in as*ts and in reserve funds Thevconduct unique welfare pro[or their members, inlijdmg sick benefits .They f millions ^ dollar.: ,ld vaca m benefit funds, to which the Mloyen contril ite Their National and social activities %  superior to those conducted the country ", They conti • %  hugs sums ... And .•.ions with the employmare normal and friendly >:nritt manufactu i mostly tlso Thus. jkf save pro\ mmigrant the way for iking denocracy work N ( to speak 4 Cie other J mmigrants ikt helped tn buil I and develop economy as employers The oppoiv i • he bill to ta:t 400.000 displaced persons Id the Un • will also i i by Secrebof Stal and War Swetary Patterson These senbers .if thi will tesnal hearing P U S can absorb %  displaced i. thout any [RST/XG LK r/P: A number nteresting •irac-u ipments in [fc area of Jewish community (•"iation king place Mod they :•. we ll isalyzed by H M. Pek!•?*" %  m tor of the lp--' (' :: tnun t) Council of [ %  w county. X, ,. Jersey, in e J?'! ni r the Na%  "" c : wish SoMm*$t*tJm* T Compltw Departmonl Start With Quality Merchandii* "••luastoa An. at 13th 8t Miami Baacb J" 1 h your convenience %  Brother's New Apm md Accessory Store Fhckw St. Miami (too ••* Old ** Hltjfff OF cial Welfare Communities are becoming more and more aware of the importance of a strong, effective and resp central community in.! And experiments pojnl the development of a re] i tive type of Jewish communal trganization which is in I with the concept of d< n living One of the m portant features is the testing A %  %  leadership abilities Ti. %  itement of multi-million dollar campaigns in local comm i has made more Jews con of their communal responsibilities, Pekarsky says ... In community, recruits for coi nal work have been through the expanded fund-: %  %  ing programs of the last few years Their leadership abilities are now being tested with a view to conserving them once the appeal for overseas funds is toned down ... In the years to i many of these nun will gi be leaders of local comma: i • not only on the basis of than understanding of overseas I but also of local progi objectives That is one i ntrihution of importance which the United Jewish Appeal is making to American Jewry ... I' indirectly helps to tram Jewish leadership Pek predicts that the day is bound to %  '.V Armstrong N : come "when that tainted, haught subject of •national advisory bud' geting' will become a nece: itj i American Jewish life" ... Hi claims that anarchy exists day in the planning of nal ervices. teel 11, the M • :•: A FRANK DISCUSSION A frank discussion of antiSemitism among Negroi :n Bueklin Moon's "The High I if Prejudice" just publish) Julian Messner, Inc. ... It has bsn said by some that antiSemitism among N> spread, while others claimed thai it was non-existent The author, who made an extei study of the effects of ra crimination in the Unit finds that the truth actually 111 somewhere between thosi extremes Exactly w: i hard for him to say. but he be%  %  • ; § SUNRWrARIO *HEALTH RESORT I'v 'Vrfr HOTEL-SANITARIUM FCJLA" r fOBREST crw.tiesCFhCf ; AND omciic c*H5 lit i IC lOUBT MIAMI FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS FOR U. S. TIRES EMERSON TIRE CO. 6O0 N.E. 1t Av. 2644 S.W. 8th St. PH. 3-5308 PH. 483442 GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE fc WINDOW GLASS FURNITURE TOPS BEVELED MIRRORS OUR SPECIALTY AND RESILVERING L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S. W. 8th S! 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PAGE TWELVE rJcnistfhrktiar FRIDAY. IUNE 27, YLSHIVA U. ADDS MORE PROPERTY S^KS n rtda and try a summer I > v D| Those lend as many of The postage FPL Promotes Vacations In FSa. :>*EW YORK. N. Y.—With the acquisition of cdditional proper.-, adjacent to the main building of Yeshiva university I": a. president, in an interview here, predicted that a partial r.sion of the university's faculties would be complete d by .:._ demands for adi Lsh he A -. ie..' ft .dam ave. from 166th 1 187 I are 1 I %  %  & Light C %  • % %  • >wded I students." I Ikin ned. D3Ikin Y a choice of in %  r.s on all 'Summer-grams" is paid bv Florida Power & Light Co. ,, million of these summertime invitations have been distributed bv the company. All is foreseen be) Attractions of the southeastern One, blessed be He.—Midrjjh/ section of Florida arcinclude^ the over-all picture of F J presented in the booklet. y s s ever; nt:ng an eye-o] lei %  %  t ion Fl %  :. il mm I : %  Florida." ] : P & 1] thi I usini .--' t | net 1 ... in : %  lilablo fficei LEO FISK\STKI\ neaito* •5--e % %  --.:-. •'• • z •'= "-~:' P-:oa Attention t; All Your : & f REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS Beach Distinctive FLOORS and CEILINGS • WOOD ASPHALT TILE LINOLEUM • BROADFELT ACOUSTICS FORMICA WALTON Flooring Company 3850 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 7-6631-32 TRULY NOLEN. President ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS TERMITE CONTROL WE SPECIALIZE IN FREE INSPECTION The Advantages of a at The First National "W No monthly service charge -write as many or as lew checks as yon wish No minimum balance required pf No charge lor deposits W ""lour name printed free on each check %  t $5 will open an aedbunt No waiting in line at hill-paying time lour canceled check your receipt ol every hill paiJ Your only cost -$2 lor each boot of 20 check-* w Special envelopei and deposit slips furnished -if you wish to make deposits by mail We invite you to open a Special Checking AtcotuU today Special Checking Account Department ^^^ First Floor Lobbv Thallrsl National Bank of Miami Established 190 2 Miami', OlJeet a„J Largest Financial Initiation .... Two Entrances for Your Convenience UI bast Flagler Stre.t and 21 Northeast First Avenue MCmt r FfJcra DcpOS ••• Corporation and F.J.,.1 Rs.erve *•<••






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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Full Text
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ^ ,..^T -W 'r^S3"*fclI""!
NUMBER 26
Bernstein Backs
Of Stratton Bill
JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
=^S^^^>AY. JUNE 27. 1947-
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Gainesville. Fla. will give the
UJA at least $7,500. Henry
Morganthau. jr.. a,ional chairY
man. was assured by the offi-
cers as a result of the dinner
Reeling which raised over
WASHINGTON (JTA)-No more than 60.000 displaced Jews "'5 Btm lhose who ave
, ,he American zones of Germany and Austria would emi- UJA receive^"3.000" ."m thE
t0 the United States if Congress eases immigration restric- pSeS?' Sid"eY Grossman'
since the majority still desire to settle in Palestine. Rabbi man- logether'wX m. ?Rud!
lip S. Bernstein, advisor on Jewish affairs to the American *"*" *nd Herman Leibowitz,
pililary command in Germany, testified this week before the!
louse sub-committee on immigration, which is holding hear-
logs on
icier
the Stratton bill, which would allow 100,000 DP's to
Asency To Demand
All Of Palestine
JERUSALEM (JTAV-The Jewish Agency, at its next appear-
ance before the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine
will demand the whole of Palestine as a Jewish state, but at
Ft. L.udertaTe~7irT .1 locoZ" ^ ^ '^^ ^ COmmit,ee th* -till prepared
ready sent in $10,000 on account ? '0mPromise on a Proposal for the establishment of a "viable
of the S15.000 minimum quoia lQte an adequate part of Palestine." The decision was
Lnrf wM.v. ^vWhich accepled arnVed at late last week at a "" meeting of the executive
Earlier. Moshe Shertok. agency political spoked testi-
onnually for four years. ^Tc^^S* L **' ^ Shertok. agency political spokesrnan testi-
Rabbi Bernstein flew here from Germany at the request of_______________ ea fielore the probers for more than an hour on various aspects
**?. d:?art.me.ntS ,of the Palestine situation, tracing the historic connection of the
Ji \vs with Palestine and empha-
sizing that Jewish immigration to
Palestine was "a movement of
flrffy on the bill. He empha-
lih.it the approximately 225,-
j displaced Jews in Gerraany,
tria and Italy "cannot return
jice they fl< d." He urged a
Kision by C ingress permitting
[ United States to participate
1'an early, reasonable program
(settlement" the DP prob-
. warning that otherwise the
jale in the camps will be doom-
ito another winter of blighting
certainty and inability to help
mselves.
jBabbi Bernstt:n told the com-
mittee that Ji ganizations
e ready to guarantee that the
placed Jews admitted to the
State- would not become
p public burden. He said that
refugees who wish to
(to the United States want
lijoin their relatives here, and
1 see in the \ rican way of
1 the "hi for freedom
justice." He assured the
nittee mem......s Jewish DP's
old make good citizens.
[Lsting a gr< at variety of labor
1 among the displaced Jews,
iBernstein s;iid that tailors
pise about 15 per cent of the
There are also substantial
)ers of carpi nters, painters,
Iworkei u irkera and
iBuralwork among them,
(Continued on page 4)
Groups Elect Mrs. Benjamin Meyers PresidenT
Of Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations
The Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dad,
County became a reality Friday.
June 20. when presidents of 25
Jewish women's
groups affiliated
their organiza-
tions with the
conference. The
conference is the
result of concert-
ed efforts by the
various groups
which previously
had come to-
gether as a presi-
dents organiza-
tion. The conference was voted
into being with the adoption of
constitutional by-laws followed
by election of officers.
The first officers of the organi-
zation are as follows: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Meyers, president: Mrs.
Sidney L. Weintraub. vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Louis Glasser. vice
president; Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
corresponding s e c r e t a r y; Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, treasurer; Mrs.
Clementine Kamp. recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Edward J. Weinstein.
registrar; Mrs. Marvin Rosen-
berg, calendar chairman.
"Among the purposes of this
new organization is the interpre-
tation of the programs ol mem-
ber organizations to the commu-
nity; to keep a calendar of dates
"f m< and of the
'- of each affiliated organi-
id conflict, du:
tion, etc.; to 1
expedil and
ams of common interest to
the J< wish people in social wel-
fare, religion, education, civic im-
provements and legislation. It
will not be a fund raising >-
' ::," Mrs. Meyers st
Thi rt is composed of
Jewish ; imen's irganizations of
Dade county, to be represented
by the president, the vice pi
dent and three delegates of each
affiliated group. These will com-
prise the board of the organiza-
tion. A steering group, known
as the executive, will be com-
pose.-: standing
committee chairmen. The entire
organization will meet four times
annually: with the dire '
meeting in four additional
Conference of Uade County, Flo-
sent time, are the
ish Congress, wom-
mass return." He denied that
Jewish land purchases in Pales-
line had created a class of land-
less Arabs.
The agency political chief re-
n, Miami and Miami vealed that of the 640,000 Jews
haptei B'nai B'rith, \ living in Palestine today, about
worm pter, Miami Beach;
ih; Gn iter .Miami Jewish
Consumptive Relief: Greater Mi-
Life League; Hadas-
sah. Miami, Miami Beach, Busi-
ness and Professional chapters of
Miami and Miami Beach; Jewish
Home for the Aged, women's
auxilii ry, Mi imi auxiliary, Miami
Bi ach auxiliary; Jewish War
Veterans, ladies' auxiliary, Post
33B. Miami Beach and Miami.
Also listed is the Miami Service
league, Y.M.H.A. and Y.W.I I A:
Mizrachi, women's division: Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
Dade chapter; Nati mal Council
of Jewish Women, Miami section:
>nal Home for Jewish Chil-
dren in Denver: Pioneer Women.
Kadimah chapter, Group I, Group
II; Beth David Sisterhood: Beth
1 S. itei .1 d, Miami Jewish
Orthodox Sisterhood, Miami
Be :i Jewish Community Center
-, 111 i i I* iiii>iiu"iiiii .-" a hi in ii *s i 1.-i' v.i'uniiuiiu 1 vviidvi
The exei utive group will 5isl 1. Temple Beth Sholom
iry. i. Temple Israel Sister-
The members of the Jew
nerstone Laying Ceremonies Of
rew School to Be Held Sunday
Beach Ordinance
To Receive Test
J*'cor"ers,one laying ceremonies for the new school build- Constitutionality oi th Miami
B<* the Miami Hebrew School and Junior Congregation now Bea ince which forbids
1 erected at S. W. 12th ave. and 11th St., will be held at discriminatory signs wa
S^day, june 29, jt was announced by the organization's in- circuit cm
Went. Mr. M Drovich.
gPwich said that the early
^toiplishment of this phase of
irganization's program was
C"J"< cooperation and
!e efforts of the members
various committees, paying
" to Milton Weiner, chair-
IJrtS MinK c<""mittee,
iW ,ne'chi,lrm" of both
C^t'on and finance com-
T' **> have taken on the
Itk ?,Urinf: ;l" completion
KSS,n time for the
program committee for the
lAn i'S ^"dvd by Rabbi
*'""'> H. Kap-
W Z emtl'>us of Temple
VS S prcsident of
, tofal ,,nl state rabbin-
&; K:'bbi Morris A-
' r n, ,t ^secretary-
Rath Assciation of
rabbi S:,C'':vin Kleber.
pKri'Sr*Shear-
r^'orernn, orani*a-
I to tons '"' are sched-
l*%fiPate' Milton
fc, "'" w master of cere-
'*JbetSk,IUl and Be
fcents. ln ch>r of re-
CUsVcst"1'"-guard, led
uass Scout Matthew K.
The case was bi to the
Invitations have been mailed to ,. r>UI. ,. iur| ,.. a .,;i
all friends and members, and all ; rpua btained y Atl rney E
Dade county Jewry is invited I p ;,i:. Q
attend.
"The organization wa* formed
in November, 1945, for the sole
purpose of providing a suitable
home for the religious education
of Miami's Jewish children
Lunz was arrested on
Lunz.
M
tained by Harrj

Orchestra to Play
First ?op' Concert
Tomorrow Night
n summer
"Pop" C incerts which are being
I by the Miami Beach
Association will
irrow night at
j 8:30 Flamingo Park
ell,
said ., me, will be soloist.
'. 10 will conduct the
of Miami Concert
and Robert M. Craw-
, ... ., ., SaiO a S1K" leaunifi >>.....-------,
also providing suitable quarters :,; ot
for social activities," Mr Drevich
stated.
Adams is 1 immander
I
Veti
in independent
Hai j \
and not the JWV."
In the petit 'ri
U.N. Committee Drafts
Bill of Human Rights
LAKE SUCCESS (JTA)-A
.... _-l In the peui
the first attempt in over a qua: : ^ ^ ,
of a century to create an in' rimi-
national bill of human rigl
neared the close of its first stages,
the U.N. committee drafting the
bill this week end agreed on the
right to emigrate and the right
of all peoples to equal aci
all vocations and professions.
These two specifications
a more concrete meaning to the
generalized statements on funda- ^"^"^V^^m'a'Flem-
mental freedoms and basic human obtained a -on M *_ N maniiy
righta which the committee has ing, 38.01 J^ 5 ol 79l0
incorporated into the draft ,t wi1, Is c. Edna Tu.n
send to iU parent body, the UN. Abbott avt. ana
commission on human rights. -39. of 8230 Abbott ave.
ill include:
natiri
He said the sign ha I been
v to publ
mce the poUcy of I
:
He said no
rowdyism was tolerated in the
building.
tional warrants charging
eolations of the ordinance_were
.......n eber
the
. .lliZr!
.1 Ben
1;.: Bhwin
Va fr \ 1 !' n 0
Finale eon
Intermission
Show Boat"
.1. Kern
kValtl I 81
,;' '|| \, S. 9S:ll 11} SO" lO'lll
! and Been
1 lershwln
Mo m" 'i
.vfcuil
Wagner
A special meeting oi the con-
nmittee was held this
. and voted an intensive drive
ind up sail ol tickets for the
Leo Eisenstein, chairman,
announced.
Sadie B. Lowenthal and
Mrs William MacBeth will be in
Charge of all women's groups.
AH civic and service organiza-
tions in Miami Beach will be
contacted.
230,000 were native-born. He
outlined at great length the role
Jews have played in the eco-
nomic development of Palestine,
and sharply criticized the White
Paper restrictions and their ef-
fect en Jewish life, and on the
growth of the country.
The Indian delegate asked
whether Shertok wanted immi-
gration regulations lifted in every
country of the world. He also
asked how much money was be-
ing sent to the Jews in Palestine
from abroad; how much money
1 hey made on the Palestine pot-
ash concession and how many
non-Jews were converted to
Judaism. His frequently point-
less questions irritated Judge
Emil Sandstroem, chairman of
the committee who cut him short,
while Shertok promised to get
the necessary figures.
Questioned by other delegates
on the extent of cooperation be-
tween the Palestine government
and the agency, Shertok replied
that relations between the two
are abnormal and haphazard.
They have become "extremely-
strained" as a result of the White
Fa per policy, which the agency
regards as a deliberate violation
of the Palestine mandate, he ex-
plained.
The Netherlands delegate. Dr.
Nikolas Blom, wanted to know
who was legally considered a
Jew by the Jewish Agency. Sher-
tok replied that any person de-
claring that he is a Jew is ac-
cepted as a Jew, but the religious
test was definitive. The same
delegate asked for examples of
Arab-Jewish cooperation. Sher-
tck cited a number of instances,
including the activities of Arab
members of the Haifa munici-
pality under the Jewish mayor
of the city, the joint economic
efforts on the part of Jewish and
Arab orange growers, and the
joint strikes of Jewish and Arab
workers. "Were these strikes
eausod by economic or racial rea-
sons?" Chairman Sandstroem
asked. Shertok emphasized that
the reasons for the strikes were
purely economic. "From the
point of view of racial coopera-
tion the strikes went off with
remarkable smoothness," he said.
The majority of the U.N. Pales-
tine committee is inclined at the
moment to favor partition, can-
tonization or a U.N. trusteeship,
in that order, as the best solu-
tion for the Palestine problem,
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
learns. However, it must be
stressed that this is only a pre-
liminary decision, based on first
impressions and exchanges of
bits of information at informal
talks.



PAGE TWO
+Jtnislflcrid/ian
FRIDAY, JUNE
27.1947
Irene Jacobs Betrothal
To Bill Baros Announced
Miss Irene Jacobs' engagement
to James William Baros. jr., is
announced today by her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs.
528 S. W. Tenth ave.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school, the bride-elect is
now a senior at the University
of Miami, where she is president
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Miss Jacobs has been active in
B'nai B'rith youth work. She is
Fifth District president of the
B'nai B'rith Young Women and
is their national youth commis-
sioner.
Mr. Baros. a native Miamian,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. William
Baros, sr., 244 Biscayne blvd., is
also a graduate of Miami Senior
High school. At present he is a
senior at the Georgia School of
Technology, where he is presi-
dent of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra-
ternity. A member of the Naval
ve Officers Training (
upon tation from college he
will receive his commission as an
ensign in the naval .
No date has been set for the
wedding.
EGNER & MULCAHY
Custom Tailors
Now Located at Room 202
Flagler-Lorraine Arcade 0
Phone 9-3231
%.
u ratine's
Suashtftt -Tiis/uofu
White Girdles
Are Back
$5 to $|2 95
White under white! It's
been a long, long time
sine* you've been able to
dress in white completely
right down to your little
white girdle. Now you can
for you'll find wondrous,
white girdles at each of
Burdine's three stores.
Nylon taffeta and
elastic girdle................$5
Deala white nylon
and lace bra..........$3.50
Nylon and elastic
girdle ..................$12.95
Nylon covered Lastex
pantie girdle styled
by Flexnit..............$6.50
MIAMI STORK. COR8ET8,
THIRD FLOORSIMILAR
STYI.KN AT BURDINE'S LIN-
COLN ROAD ANI> I'.rKI'INKS.
VTB8T I'ALM BBACH
Personally Speaking
Mr. and Mrs. Ear. Rosenfeld. who were married in Miami
Beach June 8, have returned from their honeymoon in Havana.
Cuba. They are residing at 1509 West ave.. Miami Beach. &ne
is the former Isabel Wahl of Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dubler. 1233 Tenth St., Miami Beach,
will leave this week with their son-in-law. Dr. Abraham fried-
man, for a three-month summer vacation in Canada and tne
Thousand islands. On their way north they will stop at CKiines-
ville, Fla., where they will visit their grandchildren, who are
students at the University of Florida.

Moses J. and Saul, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Grund-
! werg, 1236 Drexel ave.. Miami Beach, will attend for their third
: summer, Camp Massad, Pannersville, Pa., where Moses will
be a junior councillor.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seitlin, 347 S. W. Sixth st., left Tuesday
for Asheville. N. C, where they will attend an insurance con-
| vention. Mrs. Seitlin will return about July 1, while Mr. Seitlin
will go on to New York.

Having arrived home last Sunday from the Citadel college,
Charleston, S. C. Charlie Greenberg will spend his summer
vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Green-
berg, 817 W. 39th St., Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown of Miami left last Friday to spend
a three-week vacation at their summer home in Hendersonville,
N. C. With them are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weiner and son.
Mrs. Weiner is their daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, accompanied by Mr. Al Chis-
ling, left today for Wilmington, N. C, where they will attend
the wedding of Julian Weinkle. From Wilmington they will
travel to New York and arrive home about July 11.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman, 1421 N. W. First st., is convalescing
from an operation at the Victoria hospital. She will be at home
in two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 801 N. E. 74th st., accom
panied by their two children, are motoring west to California
after a short stay in New York. The family expects to be back
sometime in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman, 1214 S. W. 13th ct., have just
returned from a trip to Athens, Ga., where they attended the
commencement exercises of their daughter, Zelda, at the Uni-
versity of Georgia.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mandell, 1824 S. W. 16th ter., are enter-
taining their cousin. Miss Vivian Margolis, of Washington,
D. C, during her summer vacation. Following her stay. Miss
Margolis will return to the University of Maryland where she is
a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Miss Polly Geishon left by plane Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga.,
where she will visit her mother, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose and their children will leave
the first of the month on an extended motor tour of the West.
They expect to be gone two months.
Miss Donna Feldman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cherries
Feldman, 57 S. E. Seventh st will fly to Havana on June 30 to
attend the University of Havana for six weeks. She will be
accompanied by her cousin, Miss Rita Futerfas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futerfas, 1303 S. W. 16th st. Miss Futerfas
will stay three days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Minkoff will celebrate the Pidyon-Haben
of their son, Stanley Jay, with an open house from 6 to 9 p.m
Sunday at 1919 3. W. 19th st.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Botwin, 1037 S. W. 20th ave., will leave
Sunday by car for a month's vacation in New York and New
Jersey, where they will visit relatives and friends. The Botwins
will also stop at the Berkshire Country club in Wingdale, N. Y.,
where they met several years ago. They will celebrate their
first anniversary July 7. Mrs. Botwin is the former Rosalind
Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fishman, 1630 S. W. 10th st., gave a
dinner at their home Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Levy s tenth wedding anniversary. Guests at the dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koqan, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Kahn. Mr and
Mrs B. G. O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. L. Foofner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
S1 ra?i Mr,S" Avis Bren,1Y^ Mr- ^d Mrs. J. Rawlson. Mr. and
Mrs. J Mondres. Mr. H. Sisselman and Mr. Louis Suchman.
Open house was held at the Fishmans' home Saturday night
. ^trS-M un,Zk,er' 321 S- W- Nin,h ave- !eave Saturday
for the North where she will visit her children and family in
New Haven. Hartford and Mudas. Conn. She will be away
for two months. J
a ST!!! Wen' S>?n,f Mr and Mrs- Bernard Sterling, 2377
M XL ?LaVAe" r" beCme Bar Mi,zvah tomorrow at 9 a.m.
1,5 held Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the home address
for StaEilS; f1 ^U,S,ein' 301 S- W' 19,h ,er" are leavi"g
for Chicago July 1 and expect to return in October
fr fcf r^' 5i35,5 L,a Gorce dr' Miami Bac'h. will leave
for Waterbury Conn., July 1. where he will attend the induction
ceremonies of his brother, Mitchell G. Meyers, as city ,udq9
.endears" aPPmlment' Iud*e Me^s w* city proseculorlor
Mrs. Sadie Waldorf 3002 N. W. Seventh ave., accompanied
by her two children Renee and Melvin, left today SvSJS
month stay in New York. Y ^
aJil. 5' ?nne8 and childrer> e leaving for the North
this weekend. After visiting with family and friends They will
spend the summer at Camp Keyumah, Orson, Pa. Mr Ganne*
moPmhnicin!luy.COn,inUe hlS StUdieS at DrPsie ** d'uSjS
Miriam Feit Engagement Eileen Cowen Makes
Announced by Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, 835
Collins ave., Miami Beach, are
announcing the engagement of
their daughter. Miriam, to Saul
Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Plans for July VVeddinq
Mr. and Mrs. Edward i
Cowen. 5050 Alton rd, JJv
Beach, are announcing ??
gagement of then daughter 2*1
leen Theresa, t Jv.on.eHj
smith, son of Mrs. Guy ru I
smith, 1452 Meridian
Beach. Plans arc be
Rose, of Detroit, Mich.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school. Miss Feit is now a
junior at the University of Mi-
ami. She is the president of the
Habonim organization of Greater
Miami and was one of the organ-
izers of the Beth Jacob Habonoth
and a leader of the Beth Jacob
Young Judea.
Mr. Rose attended Highland
Park college and the extension
school of the University of Michi-
gan and is now connected with
me Habonim Zionist Organization
of Detroit. He is active in social
work there.
No date has been set for the
wedding.
Every day is judgment day
use lots of it.
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'MR made fat I
a wedding in July. I
A graduate of Miami Beach
High school, the bride-elect at
tended Goucher college in Balti".
more. She has been actively en
gaged in philanthropic work hav I
ing recently been elected to tn
vice presidency of the Miami
Beach unit of Junmr Hadassah
of which she was program chair-
man for the past yeai and for iwo|
years has been on the staff of the!
Greater Miami Jewish Federa I
tion.
Mr. Goldsmith. graduate ol
Miami Senior High school, attend-l
ed the University of Florida and I
served as a captain in the armedl
forces during the war in thel
Pacific theatre. He is now m|
business in Miami.
All meetings of the Miami
Ladies auxiliary for ihe Jewish
Home for the Aged will be
suspended until October, Mrs.
Etna Beck, president, an-
nounced this week. Mrs. Beck
is leaving for the North be-
cause of illness in her family.
MIAMI BEACH
i
"Pop" Concerts
"SYMPHONY UNDER THE STARS"
by
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CONCERT
ORCHESTRA
with Guest Conductors and Soloists
Ten Saturday Evening Concerts
Beginning June 28,1947
at
FLAMINGO PARK BANDSHELL
MIAMI BEACH -.
Season Book of 10 Tickets: $10; $7.50; $2; Incl. Fed. lew
On Sale at
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MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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MORRIS BROTHERS DEPT. STORE, 131h and WaUi.
Presented by
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LEO EISENSTEIN, Chairman


^AYJ^JL^
wee Pearlman. Doctor
Sy Vows Saturday
nn a honeymoon which will
V a trip to northwest
iBcl j *re Ur and Mrs. Ferdi-
Ca"f Hoffman Kauders. The
rtoS ceremony of the for-
d0U Mil Jov<'- Pearlman. daugh-
*"m Mr and Mrs. Jules Pearl-
* ar7N B. 29th ter., took
f^t the'bride's home Satur-
f nil: Rabbi Jacob H. Kap-
uncle of the bridegroom, of-
% bride received her bachelor
.rt degree in psychology from
ttoivSy of Michigan last
JUnr Kauders was graduated
trom the University of Georgia
nl served for three years in the
*hehcld the ran,k of
&ant(8g). He was station-
JJj at Guadalcanal and in New
Zealand.
Uoon then return to Miami, the
couple Will live at the Martinique
hotel, Miami Beach.
June 15 Ceremony
Unites Jules Wilsons
Announeen nt is being made
of the June 15 marriage of Alyee
Goldberg, d lighter of Mr. and
Mrs Philip Goldberg. Brooklyn,
N.Y., and Jules Wilson. The
ceremonv was >ei formed by Rab-
bi Leon Kronish at Temple Beth
Sholom.
HissMarcine Shaffer, cousin of
the bridegro m, was maid of
honor, and Dr. Edward Frimmel
was best man for Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Wilson is a member of the
Miami Y.MH A. and the Elks.
94c of Miami.
The coupl'- is at home at the
Rendale hotel. Miami Beach.
Drenched in
rich tomato
sauce
^^istPvridrtairi
kosher Beans,
baked by
HEINZ
inhot.dryovtns,
Have that
old- a shi oned
home-made
flavor.
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Bsia cono"wa-
Beverly August Wedded to Josenh <^
Sunday In Double Ring cZiT XT""
Nuptial JSI7 TlZ^*^ at Belmr Hotel
'es of Miss
Beverly August, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Michael August 447
S. W. 28th rd.. and Joseph
Schwartz, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Harry A. Schwartz. Providence'
R. '., took place Sunday in the '
Sapphire room at the Belmar
hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Max
Shapiro performed the double
ring ceremony.
A reception and dinner in the
hotel dining room followed the
ceremony, and music for danc-
ing was provided by a string en-
semble.
Mrs. Samuel Hollander was
matron of honor for her sister,
and maid of honor was Miss Mar-
ion Schwartz, the bridegroom's
sister. Bridesmaids were the
Misses Lynn Rabin, In
and Anita Malmud.
John Mingione of Fairlawn.
N. J., was best man for Ins
and ushers were Louis A
brother of the bride, and Arthui
and Leslie August, her ,
Miss Muriel August, cousin f I
Judy Wolpert Speaks
At Probus Meeting
Speaker at the Tuesday meeting
of the Probus club at the Mc-
Allister hotel was Miss Judy Wol-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
*e W. Wolpert, 1776 S. W.
ave. She spoko on world
rnment.
Miss Wolpert is a junior at
college, where she is
specializing in the study of phil-
' She is a graduate of
I h school, where
was a member of National
' and editor of the
the yearbook. At Welles-
ber of the staff
"'' l" I publication.
PAGE THREE
Groups to Sponsor
Moonlight Cruise July 6
A "moonlight cruise" will be
sponsored by the Jewish National
Alliance elub 290 and the Pioneer
Women of America club 2 Sun-
day, July 6.
Admission for the trip, which
will be on the yacht Seminole
Queen II, will be $1.25. The boat
will leave at 8 p.m. from pier 6
of the Miami Yacht basin.
the bride, was in charge of the
bride's book.
The bride wore an cut;.lined
period gown of white slipper
satin. Seed pearls outlini 1 I
sweetheart neck and formed thi
tiara from which fell her i
tip illusion veil. She cai
bouquet of white orchids with a
cascade of Btephanotis and wore
the bridegroom's gift of pearls
Mrs. Hollander wore a dusty
rose crepe gown, long blue-
gloves and a floral crown of blue
maline veil. She carried a -
of blue maline with delphiniums
and orchids. Miss Schwartz was
attired in a pale blue ninon
and long yellow gloves, a fl
hat combining yellow and blue
maline. and carried ,, yellov
maline heart adorned with an
orchid and yellow roses
Miss Rabin and Miss J
wore rose faille gowns, while Miss
Malmud chose yellow faille They
carried old fashioned c
bouquets of garden flowers and
wore matching floral crown
Mrs. August chose a pearl-gray
crepe gown with purple orchid
corsage, and Mrs. Schwartz
a navy-blue lace with
small white orchids in her hi
The couple is honeymooning in
New York. After mid-July they
will be at home at 198 Wayland
ave.. Providence.
The bride attended the Uni-
versity of Miami after her gradu-
ation from Miami Senioi
school. She was active in B'nui
B'rith Young Women. Her hus-
band is a graduate of New
Military academy and attended
Bryant college and the Rhode It-
land School of Design in Provi-
dence. He is now associated with
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which has been en the air for
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PAGE FOUR
+Jewisi> Hcrldkir
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, J
I


Editorial
A WOMEN'S COUNCIL
A new organization beams itself on the horizon. This new
body is an organization of organizations. The Conference of
Jewish Women's Organizations made its presence officially
known this week. This new body emanated from the Presi-
dents' Organization, composed of heads of ladies' qroups, who
have met from time to time for mutual benefit and has set its
sights high.
As outlined by the CJW. we find among the purposes of this
new organization the following:
*'. to interpret the programs of member organizations to
the community; to keep a calendar of dates of meetings,
functions and of the events of each affiliated organization
to avoid conflict, duplication, etc.; to coordinate, cooperate,
and expedite projects and programs of common interest to
the Jewish people in social welfare, religion, education, civic
improvements and legislation."
To carry out this broad and elaborate program successfully
is a big order.
The new organization comprises a form of community coun-
cil. In many communities similar groups have accomplished
a great deal. Bringing together the leadership of the women
in the area places at the disposal of the coordinating unit the
best of intelligence and capabilities. How well these leaders
can merge their thinking and act collectively will be seen as
the activity progresses. How binding the decisions of the CJW
will be upon those affiliating will also be of considerable im-
port in attaining results.
The sincerity of purpose of the member agencies of the
newly formed Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of
Dade County and their willingness to work together will become
evident as the objectives are sought.
MISSED THE POINT
One of the prominent daily columnists this week devoted
the major portion of his space to playing up the American
Council for Judaism. What makes for good reading to people
seeking an excuse is not necesssarily factual. Those desiring
justification for bigotry and shortsightedness eagerly await
such material.
In discussing violence and attempting to instill fear in
American Zionists, our columnist friend, as have many others,
missed the point. In treating the subject, they ignore the cause
of the violence. The problem does not concern itself with the
condoning of the violence by American Jewry. Uprisings and
disputes marked by much more disastrous results than at pres-
ent, have been recorded in history for every fight for survival
and accomplishment. This ruggedness and determination to
fight portrays itself continually as it does today on the labor
front.
What we must concern ourselves with is the underlying
cause- the Zionist cause in attaining a Jewish homeland and
the benefits to be derived therefrom. That this is a right cause
has been proven time and again.
There will be many more of these columns, and discussions
with the opening of an office here by the Council and the
engaging of an executive director to disseminate their negative
program. The lack of growth of the Council and the dismal
reception it has received is further proof that it is doomed.
Despite this foregone conclusion, the Zionist cause needs our
devoted interest and attention.
face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director. Anti-
Defamation League.
It appears that the new Miami
Beach Anti-Bias Sign Ordinance
is due for an early constitutional
t>'st j- ..
When a certain sign reading
Restricted Clientele" remained
hanging from a tree in front ef
an apartment house following the
.cent adoption of this ordinance,
a local resident, acting on his
own impulse, became incensed
and swore out a warrant. Events
then moved rapidly. Bail was
posted by the alleged law vio-
lator. Her attorney, desiring to
test the constitutionality of this
novel law, the first of its kind
Reynolds to Head Death claims
First National **%$%*>
The consolidated banking or-
ganization of the First National
Bank of Miami, which recently
merged with the American Na-
tional Bank of Miami and the
First Trust Company, is now op-
M. Robert Herman. ,
field director of the UnitifS
ish Appeal and one of the k
figures in the organtaatiotfi Z
rent campaign for S170.000 OOfl fi
first irusi \_uiiih>".' *"* "t- ovprsi'.Ti rnlii-f an.l UU>UW tl
orating under theold name^of the Jg-- J**-J *****
First National Bank of Miami,
with headquarters in the remod-
eled and renovated First National
Bank structure at N. E. First ave.
and Flagler st. Wiley R. Reyn-
olds was elected president at a
special meeting of the board of
directors.
With the exception of the presi-
dents, former American National
, Bank and First Trust Co. officers
in this country, obtained a writ ^^ ^^ oyer jnto the mergcd
of habeas coi pus bringing the National Bank, generally in
matter under the jurisdiction of
the circuit court. The ca.;e is to
be argued on June 26. unless, in
the interim, the warrant is with-
drawn, which may very likely
occur.
The apartment house proprietor
involved has taken down the
sign, explaining that she meant
no offense. She said, too, that
She was unaware that the ordi-
nance had finally been adopted.
Furthermore, she asserts that her
use of the phrase restricted
clientele" did not carry the same
connotation to her as it does to
the average resident of this area,
and she points to the fact that a
tenant of the Jewish faith, had.
in fact, resided on the premises
during the past season.
If there is to be a test of the
constitutionality of this ordinance,
such test should logically be
based upon a clear-cut blatant
offender who flaunts the law.
The purpose of legislation to cor-
rect manifestations of anti-Jew-
ish feeling is educational and
should not be punitive. Since the
person against whom the warrant
has been issued has complied with
the ordinance and has indicated
no malice in connection with the
alleged violation, it is the writer's
opinion that the action against
her should cease.
Simultaneously, however, the
ordinance should be vigorously
and intelligently enforced by the
properly constituted Miami Beach
law enforcement officials.
UNVEILINGS
Tlie unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Irving
W. Boyer, "135 Carlyle ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, took place June 26.
Arrangements were in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument Co.
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Joseph
Diner will take place Sunday at
10 a.m. at Mount Nebo cemetery.
All friends and relatives are in-
vited. Arrangements are in
charge of Sidney H. Palmer of
the Miami Monument Co.
the same capacities they held be-
fore the merger.
The bank has now been
equipped with the latest in air
conditioning, sound proofing,
lighting, construction and deco-
ration. A new 12,000-box safe
deposit vault has been installed.
Old-fashioned cage-type tell-
ers' booths have been replaced by
modern glass partitioned tellers"
windows and the number in-
creased from 18 to 35. Walls and
ceilings of all banking floors have
been acoustically treated. Each
department has been enlarged
and modernized, and the entire
bank has been redecorated in the
modern manner.
The walls separating the first
four floors of the First National
and First Trust buildings have
been removed, joining the two
buildings into one, to provide ad-
ditional space for the consoli-
dated banks. Two entrances are
therefore now available to cus-
tomers, one on East Flagler st.
and one on N. E. First ave. This
also means that five elevators
now serve the bank's customers.
hospital in New York of aTea
attack. He was 53 years old
Well, known to Miamians hJ
man was former advertising J
sales promotion executive f|
leading industrial concerni
became active in Jewish ciwi
in 1933 when Hitler rose to poJ|
in Germany and launched I
first anti-Jewish campaign. Sins
that time, Mr. Herman has helol
conduct fund raisins drivl
throughout the United Stall
which resulted in the raising
more than three hundred millil
dollars for relief, rehabilitatl
and resettlement of Earope's JeJ
ish survivors.
Funeral serv. heldSu
day at 11 a.m. at the Rivers!
Memorial chapel with Ra
Jonah B. Wise, of the Cend
Synagogue, national chairman!
the United Jewish Appeal, nffj
ating.
Up to a day before his deal
Mr. Herman supervised the fii
activities of thi United Jew|
Appeal in all parts of the cou
try. He played a li ading part)
the preparation and the organi;
tion of record campaigns :n
cities to make the ra
ing to date of SI 15.000.000 towj
the $170,000,000 quota pf
United Jewish Appeal for 19
In addition to his irganizatiol
work, Mr. Herman was widl
known as an outstanding spea|
on current Jewish problems,
his association with the I'nil
Jewish Appeal, he addres
hundreds of meet ngs in cr|
from coast to coast.
Passage of Stratton Bill
Advisor Bernstein Backs
(Continued from page 1)
he stated. "They have all shown
the moral and physical stamina
necessary to survive and rebuild
their lives if given an opportu-
nity." he declared.
"The decision," he said, "nar-
rows down either to merely pro-
longing the existence of the dis-
placed persons in the camps, pri-
marily at the expense of the
United States, or to an early rea-
sonable program of settlement in
which this country would take a
part to enable these DP's to re-
sume life in a normal atmos-
phere."
Obituaries
TELLER
Mn I:, --i.- Telli r, S8, 242 Wash-
Miami Bea< h, died Wed-
a former resident New
he i in to Miami u years
Shi bui rived bj three daugh-
ter*. Jeannette, Mrs. Annette Zlsnei
and Mrs Sylvia Shapiro, all ..f Miami
ai 'i three sons, James, Ml-
i Beai h, and Benjamin and l'i ad,
Si b Bel vlcei !, held
Sunday at Riverside chapel ..ml burial
"..- .ii Ml Nebo iin.-t. in .
WEINSTOCK
11'..mi. l i> Welnstock, win,, with his
Sarah, operated a Lincoln i.l
died of a heart ailment last
....." Petosky, Mich Hi ... .,
director and a charter member of ih>>
Road Mi n bants Asaoi latlon
nnd .i Mason. Besldet his Id h. |s
son, Wilfred, ( 6736
or Miami i:. u h. and two
: i ighters
Marvin Freedman Named
To Direct Martinique
Marvin C. Freedman, manager
of the Shoreham and Norman
hotels for 10 years, has been
named the new manager of the
Hotel Martinique, 64th st. and
Collins ave., according to a re-
cent announcement by Charles
Cohen, owner of the Martinique.
Freedman, a native of Cleve-
land, came to Miami Beach in
1925. He is a member of the
Hotel Sales Managers' associa-
tion and the Greeters of Greater
Miami. He is also a Mason.
Rabbi Michels to Spec
To Coral Gables Lodge,
Rabbi Albert Michels, direfj
of the Hillel foundation at
University of Miami, will adds"
the members of the Coral Gal)
lodge No. 1682 of B'nai B'ritl
their regular m n Wedn
day, July 2. at 8 p.m. at Hi
house, 3306 Ponce de Leon bf
Designed to info: m its mi
bership of the varii d natid"
service programs of B'nai Bfj
this meeting will describe thel
ginning of the Hillel foundatj
in 1923 at the University of.
nois, and trace lopmei
the present time, with 133 f dations established on coll
campuses. These foundations!
deavor to provide a cultural j
spiritual "home away from M
for Jewish students, and tl
them for good citizenship.
Dr. Leonard M. Clicks!
president, will announce te|
tive plans for an installation I
quet, at which the ch
cers will be officially installd
ROSEN
. ; l, of th.- Detroit
IIS \ E Second .,.. died In
Saturdaj pf ., heart
' dent ..i Miami for U years Mr
'""" manager dothine;

H
Mri Una Zueker, Philadelphia r
been sent to Phils
aelpnla for service) and but lal
OIMOCRACY WITHOUT "MSIRVATIONS"
Friends and relatives left this
week to attend the wedding of
Julian Weinkle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, 1710 Lenox
ave., Miami Beach, to Mary
Norma Levin*, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julian Levin*, Wil-
mington. N. C, In Wilmington,
Sunday.
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VOLUME 20 NUMBER 26
Friday, June 27. 1947
TAMUZ 9, 5707
Silver Names I. Saal
For A.D.L. Committee]
Irving Saal has been namcaj
chairman of the Sholem
B'nai B'rith Anti DcfamJ
League committee, Sam Sir
president, announced today.
shares chairmanship of thai
mittee with Jerome Freen
The lodge A.D L committee!
deavors to tovt I :md x\
local incidents concerning
crimination. .
Alex S. Cohen has beenl
pointed chairman of the f
hospitality committee, and W
Friedman will head a corny!
of attorneys within the lod|
revise the constitution.
Botwin and Harry Diamo
co-chairmen of the sporb
mittee are planning
matches, a golf tournanunl
a program of summer spo^
the lodge.
The United Nations wj
asked to aid m the re J
approximately 40.000 JeJ
orphans now being carea
Christian home*.


fltnAY. JUNgfr. 19<7
^ge Bernstein Weds
Adele Stone June 22
[age vows were said Sun-
48hvM vllk' Stone, daugh-
\I and Mrs. Jacob Stone.
V W Tenth st.. and George
JJJ ... ,n of Mrs. Sivle Bern-
1211 Meridian ave, Miami
to the chapel of the Shel-
hotel. Miami Be*. Rabb.
funon April performed the ctre-
SS dinner for 200 guett*
Miss Velma Abraham, cousin
af the bride, came from Savannah
t0 be maid of honor. Brides-
maids m i the Misses Carol
Kahn O il Levinson, Sara Rose
Schwartz, Ellen Stone and Jean
Bc^t man for Mr. Bernstein
was Hal H nstein, and ushers
wre ;, Idfaagen and Elliot
man
The bride wore a gown of
wh..,. latin with a yoke
nf illusion and seed pearls, ex-
tended nes ending in a
full-court train. She carried a
book covered with
white orchids and stephanotis.
jjrs was graduated
-M nior High school.
ditor of the Mi-
ami ii s. She attended
university for two
he was affiliated
with Al| Epsilon Phi sorority.
- nior at the Uni-
mi.
Mr, also a gradu-
nior High school
and a ted from the Uni-
i. where he was
mbership in the
ii -! honorary for
men. Hi rnity is Phi Epsi-
icn Pi.
^t^Jhrktian
PAGE FIVE
Pictured above is the architect's drawino n v,0
ScH, ^ I,. n.. 9 of the new School buildinc, oi the Miami Hebrew
the S. W. 12th ave. and 11th st. location. Y g ceremonies will be held Sunday
------------------------------------------------_____________"" MNKJBI .. ...
Dabij Parad<
at
*
Silvermans Honeymoon
After June 8 Ceremony
me !i in the gar-
din ol it 4412 Royal
Palm Miss Gloria Sil-
. I Maurice Cohen.
tan performed
vhich united the
Prances E. Sil-
late Abraham
the son of Mr.
and M Cohen. A recep-
in the terrace
for 135 Mowed the cere-
mony.
n Cohen, sister of
the bl was maid of
honor, is Phyllis Silver-
man, the bride, was
aid.
is graduated from
M" High school. Her
husband is.. graduate of the Uni-
"wsity land and was re-
d from the Army
rps.
7h>' .n to make their
home on B ach.
Judith Ann, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Alper, 1813,
S. W. 21st ter., arrived June 9!
. Sandra June, daughter of'
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berman, 3115
N. W. 24th ave., was born June
3 Barry Leonard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Malter, 4523 Post
ave., Miami Beach, arrived
June 3 Ronald Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Klugman,
5510 S. W. Sixth St., was born
June 3 Ronald Eugene, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Herzog,
1784 N. W. 36th st., arrived June
5 Betty Jean, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barnett.
581 N. W. 63rd st., was born
June 8 Harry Louis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Vishoff,,
3909 N. W. 13th ave., was born
June 15.
FAMOUS RESTAURANT
IN DOWNTOWN N. MIAMI
AVAILABLE AT S30.000
1953 lease at $150 monthly.
Excellent Season Money-
Maker. Off-Season and
Fine Year-Round Business.
A Money-Maker and
WE MEAN MONEY-MAKER
Every Day of the Week,
Every Month in the Year!
Please contact K. M.
P. O. Box 2973, Miami 18
WOLPEI
1200 CORAL WAY AT "5 POINTS"
THE BULL STEAMSHIP LINES
Announce the Resumption of Our Own Coastwise
Service Between the Ports of Baltimore, Miami, Tampa
Direct Express Freight Service, Baltimore to Miami,
by Fast, Modern and Efficient Cargo Vessels.
Our Experienced Handling Assures Your Complete
Satisfaction.
FOR RATES AND OTHER H>JFORMATION PLEASE
CONTACT ANV OF OUR OFFICES __
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| m,i TAmpn '. Florida
IVatt Stre* 1101 Ktlnr
1101 '
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Pier f
Philadelphia S,,!""
411 BOUTM Bul
nraatalnfton '
National Prsai Bid*
Women's club. Workmen's
Circle, branch 692, will sponsor
a card parly 29 ai 6 p.m. at 25
Washington ave.. Miami Beach.
All friends and members are
invited to altend. Admission
will be 50 cents and refresh-
ments will be served. Mrs.
Leon Elkin is chairman.
Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith
women, will hold a meetirg
Monday, June 30, at the hon.o
of Mrs. Carolyn Rinehart, Sa-
digo apis.. 334 20th st., Miami
Beach. Committees will be
appointed and a social will
follow.
Miami Beach AMVETS
To Install New Class
AMVETS will
induct a new class S night
k at thi '
Miami Beach Mayor
Liberman will conduct
nonj and all commanders of
p ists have been im
The class will be induct, i
the name of Pfc. L, i n, 22
r who was
killed in action June- n. 1944, jn
the invasion of Normandy
Pfc. Cohen is the sun of Ml
and _.M,s. A. Cohen of Brooklyn.
N. Y. I
Brother of Beach Pianist
Receives Medical Award
Dr. Meyer Morton Melicow. son
of Mrs. Rebecca Melicow and
sister of Miss Anyuta Meliiov,
Miami Beach pianist, was recently
awarded a gold medal for a
scientific exhibit on the tir irs
of the adrenal glunds at the Cen-
tennial American Medical c in-
vention in Atlantic City, K J.
He was also awarded a silver i >v-
ing cup for a painting in the
doctors' art division of the t in-
vention.
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Call 4-0335 or 78-3878
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Formerly the
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41 N. E. FIRST AVE.
TEL. 3-6661
Escrows Abstracts Title Insurance
TITLE INSURANCE POLICIES OF
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rJewistincrMtori
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1947
Lodge Will Hear
Rep. Wm. Lantaff
Stab Legislator William Lan-
tafi will address the Independ-
ence day program of Sholem
B'nai B'rith. on the sub-
ject "July 4th in the Atomic
Age."
Fifty Sholem lodge veterans
will be honored at the same pro-
. which will be held on
July 8, Tuesday, ..1 8 p.m. at
; A... ling of engraved
ns to these veterans will be
a feature of the patriotic pro-
cording to Leo Sheiner
.-chairmen
V ; sm and Commu-
Service committee of the
and films "Our Bill
i Son.- of Liberty"
. iwn, and Miss L
Fay Drazin, coi tprano, will
The als hear mid-
ls from committee
nvention report
I Pallot.
Zelda Syman Awarded
Trophy at U. of Georgia
. Syman. daughter ol
'. Joseph H. Syman
< W 13th ct., was recently
Ehrenreich trophj
ivi I (i I :
..-; ng Jewish stu-
ird was
- Hillel lization
the uni-
red in
Syn n is a pas-
thi Hillel :' mnda-
S ittended th<
A 1 ha Epsilon
LEGAL NOTICES
"
jrniriAL circuit
IA1 NTV.
... IX CH VNOERY.
N
IR.
'
'. SMITH,
-
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
- H INIPREI) SMITH

.::i> to
.

you
..-
):!..
I V. S 1 K'KINO,
ill

: : 1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE Is" HEREBY OIVKN
the undersigned, d< -i
b mil 1 mder thi fl gnf ",
B A 1. KOSHER MK\ I M RM
04 S, W. 2Snd Av. JIL'
intend to register wild "'; ""'
Clerk of the i 'lr< ull i' '' ":
1 Fl< '' b
Ri .111:1: r I lERi 1
BERN VRU FISHER
: :<-:: ", t-H-18
Dad.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to ei 1
business under the flctltlou i
PAL'S PL ICE at ( S
Avenue, Ml iml, Floi Ida. I ti
1 name with thi C
Ircull court of Dade County,
Florida.
harry seller
julius levinsky
JAMES l> FARR1
MILLER & PODELL
\ :
I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
FRIEOMAN INVEST! >RS
\\'i : F Bier Street. I '"' \::
|erk t Court of Dade
County, PI
LAWRENCE FRIEDM IN
F*R.\.N< i:> FRIEI 'M N
I.i ITTIE FRIEDMAN
MYERS, HEIMAN 4 KAPLAN,
Vti eys for Api nti
.,.-_ ^____________________________
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th-il
.. || -v..- .'
'
LIBERTY SI GAR HOW
V U' I Street
e with the C '
... ... [>adi intj I
YETTA SAM \l.l' IN
Sole Ow
MARX M. FEINBERO.
V11 \ ..
. .'71
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,i IS HER
NAME

111
S R

i
-IV
v SHERRY
pn \ 'Ml iN,
v Py for A
I
Ft,
1.1. In-
vrlih the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
L. A w
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1

AKT.il R BOH -K
LEGAL NOTICES
i'oner <>k
THE
AND
IN THE C1RC1 IT COfRT "I
ELEVENTH JUIHCI \l. '"II:
IV \NIi Fi 'R DAME '' 'i NTY,
FL' HtlMA. IN CHANCERi
No
VIRGINIA 'NNELL,
roHN ANDREW OTl iNNELL,
11. dant.
:'i i mi:. J( i|iv i iNNELL,
149 ''.. hung \\< ue,
Wesl | >r inge, Si '
V. ; ARE HEREBY l:i ,
i
bf for, Jum
Pi
..
: i of the Stati
la.
]| \ti:i> il.i- si f May. A.M
E l: LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of l Circuit irl
By w m W. .-:. m K
.'
VLFRED KREISLER
Atloniej
- -
. .7
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE -
- a
... ... ...
rans r service,
: ; n ::
i th the
'leri of the i';: cult 'oui t ol l >ade
Fl
IEREFSY GIVEN thai
.
WARTMENTS
II

Dadi

I :kl Pi IGEL
s \ I : \ i
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LOUIS U'lJUST
IRVING SCHWAM
I'.i
, V V ,
: I
.1 NTY, FLORIDA
IN cha:
No I '.' I3n
|>O.MENI" K >.l.\l'ANI,
:. VFANI,
I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
\M.
, SI eel
N. s
SrW Yorl ,


styled
rlM thi
will be
.... t you
Let I :'

Floi
I lMi
ut Ml mil, l 'adi
ki l: LEATH
Clerk Court
'
Deputy Clerk.
S LM SILVER,
Soil '.
.
. 1-27 7 l ________________
IN THE 'OI'RT
VNM FOR MAI COt'NTT.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RK EST \'. E OF IDA B CK
STEIN ill
TO \l.l. CREMITORS VND ALL
. PERSi INS HWIN I I. U.MS i H DE-
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
i)
i present an>
ilma which J
have ngainst the
. i
f Dade inly, Floi Ida, to th.
Hii W !'. I Hani I ulge o

office In thi
; la, with
of thi
^, i
,ii the li
. nnd to be bwoi n
l( or sami
id of thi
Act, tided
'. \ i i:i. this 41 .\. li
SAMl'EL A FL' rERFAS,
.
: 1 .\
HI 'KSTEIN, ill used.
WI I.I.I \.M 1. I'M.:..

6/6-11-2 -
,Nl,'!h"ir'pM;iAi;''.M.U-lMT IN
IV.R MAPB COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY.
No, lliMf.!'
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IEANNE MINEEN.
PlalntMfi
Cornelius J.DmraN,
Defendant.
ST VTE i IF I"1-' 'KII|A: ....
TO CORNELIUS J. DINHBW,
_:. 11 Dundalk Avenue,
Baltimore), MarylaBO. .__..
VoU an hereby notified and ordered
.,, appear the Bill of Complaint tor
riled attains! you in the above
, ,, before the lit j day
,f |,,|, |947 otherwise the allege-
T gald BUI of Complaint will be
-,,. order be published once a
n-i-ek ror four consecutive weeks In
he JEWISH KM'III I'I AN. neWH-
p ibllshed In l'.nie County, Blor-
l>ATBIi tii^ 19th day of June. 1947,
,t Miami, Dade County, Florida.
r r. LEATHERMAN,
i 'lerk of Circuit Court.
Bj F. .1 OOULD,
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER
foi I'laintiff.
; 7"'. Congri Bldg.,
Miami, Fl
27 7 i-ll
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIROUn
ir
Ft
ITH JUDICIAL ill:.'r it t !"
K DADB COUNTY Flop?P
N CHANCERY. '-"KIIia.
MARILYN
vs.
LOUIS
NO I Him-.s
BAFWIi IN
Plaintiff',
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OP/EN that
;. i .i. desiring to engage In
. ... .: der tii. fictitious name "f
, I.ti: 79, ut i-'i" N. W. Wth Btreet,
Floi iila, Intend t" reglater said
i-! i|. Clerk of tin' Cilivult
i, ide County, Florida,
j \c, >B 1IYMAN
GEORGE E. BURNEY
FRANK E. SOLOMAN,
\-.. i f..i Applicant
.; i3-2n J7 7 in
BA8BION,
Defendant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION!
STATE OF FLORIDA "0N
TO: Mirw a BA8S1UN
Mi-Loan (iardenm,
1446 18th Sir..,.i \. w
. waahlngton, i>. c.
You are hereby notified and nnir to tippear to the Hill of e-..,lv,.i..i', ,
Divorce filed against vou taffi
styled cause on or before the \- of July. P..17. otherv.1* the
tio.lM i.f Ktlld Bill of (.,,;,1,,,,,,
taken aa oonfeased agali you '
Let this i "riier be published one.
week for four oonsei Itlve weebi
the Jewish Floridtan, ., !,.,,,,',, i
published in Dade Couni
mated tins 19th day of June li
it Miami, D...... County, f:, ''
E. H. LEATHERMAN;
gerk ..i cii no court,
B) P. .1 GOUl
SAM SILVER. '"-1 "" **
S,.|l,ltor for Plaintiff,
1701 Congress ItldK,,
Miami 11 Florida.
6/20-27 7 111
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADB I
COUNTY, KI.ori|.\ I
iU-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. .1, desiring to enKage In
i t.r the fictitious name of
fUliRY'S RESTAURANT, at 266 12th
^treel Miami Beach, intend to teu-
ter gald name with the Clerk of
ti.. Circuit Court of i lade County,
,i.i.
henry w. i.awson
anne c. lawbon
gAM SILVER,
.....y for Applicants,
17":: Congress Bldg.
; 13-20-27
No. l," '.
RB: ESTATE OF BERTHA WIT
penned.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given 'liat we
have filed our final i i
111 ion fur Final Discha Execu-
tors of the estate of BERTHA WIT.
deceased; and th;it .. !, ir>tti day of
July, 1147, we will appl) to the Hon.
W. v. HiHiitoti. Count) Juilgi of Dade
County. Florida, fur appt
final report and fur fh
as Executors of the estati .: BERTHA
WIT. deceased,
This Hull day of Juni
LEONARD 11 liRoSS,
BD1TH TALE,
Exi itors,
BURNETT RUTH.
Attorney for Edith Tale
and l^'"t..it'll II. Gross,
rt'13-20-27 7/4
IN I'll rV JITM1K H ''. lURT
IN AND FOR DADE CO NTY.
. iRIMA IN" PRl iBATE
No.
of IRVING JACOBS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' \ Pi ...
D tgal nsl
ti
you,
to j enl an}
inds which you, or
havi against the
IRVING JACOBS, di
'i ..i.i. pii la. to thi
ion, County Judge of
' '.nil. flli tame In his
i lourthi
Florid within eight
from the date ol thi
i liit.-of. Bald i ialme
mtaln the legal ad -
thi els Imanl ind to bi bwoi n
i .-. -i aa aforesaid,
i, be bai - Bei lion l^i
Act
Dati Jum 25, A. I >. 1947.
HILDA JACOBS,
ratrix of thi I: it
IRVING JAO >BS, di
Sll VER KAPLAN
ininv. a '. \sky.
Administratrix,
7 l-ll-ls
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
leal to i ngage In
11 *; .us name of
MORRi .- .ii 194 N E, 79th Street,
Intend to registi si d
.. Cii rk of 'he Circuit
i M le lounty, Floi Ida,
Apple ants
FERDIN VND Mi'IRRO
IENICK dCLVFANl
BR8 HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
s for Applicants,
/7 7/4-U-18-?5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
...
the fie tit sine ol
MIAMI CAMERA MART and THE
KAMRAMART, il 7 IVb
. li
the C It Court of 1 >ade i
....
I: II Bi .
'J snd Adolph a Hollandi r,
. .
iwner,
ADOLPH A HOLLAN1
ISAAC JOFFE,
.....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C|Rr| i ;
IN AND FOR DA....."OUNTV
FLORIDA. |.> CHANCERY
No
Mi iRRIS \\ EINBERO.
PI il
vs.
: IRA WEINBERG,
11. i. '..,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TI i 1" IRA WEINBERG
ADI IRESS I NKNi i\\ S
I herebj notified thai r
for dlvon ha bi. fib j
against you. You an
wrltti n Appi tranci pi ally et
li the
'
rib .i Juni
to file your n
by
iin,\,,
to be
fter
I \' THE 'i lUNTY .HI ;i: s I 'i 'I 'RT
IN \\|. FOR DAME COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
I.X.'i: SI ELLA
MACHTEI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone 3-3720
If u y. In default
appearing a ....
entered against you.
I ted .'. .-'ii day of I
B. B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk i.f the Cii. ut Court
By: W. it. STOCKING
BURNETT ROTH, '
412 Congri i
Attorney for Plaintiff
..
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TKoshruth Commission
'J^istftrridrtor)
Kashrulh
wk- Moses Mescheloff was
Kf, nSer of the eight-
ratu.n:.l Commission on
N?ti0Jy the Rabb.nical
,i, of America last week.
^ tW( ha. been the
t director of the Beth
xWfvnd Hakashruth for the
*""J?years and diwctl the
?Ltaion of eighteen kosher
& shops and poultry mar-
""f n nu Beach and Miami.
^"Ethe kosher slaugh-
*>'. Hialeah and in
SSoSvSe Florida, for Dade
bounty consumPfon._______
Sholem Lodge Members
To Hear Committeemen
A review of Shok-m lodge ac-
JfcSWiul nu-dbycom-
!ule Chairmen at the weekly
f dav luncheon in the Down-
ETclub, Seybold arcade, to-
at noon S n Silver, prcsi-
dent. has announced.
Bill Pall.it. luncheon chairman.
states the we< kly meetings in
Z Downtown lub will be con-
Led throw the .-ummcr with
S^ortai leaders as guest
peters.
All gftic* tees and com-
ittee haii n ire requested to
be preset] mid-year meet-
jng-______________
Dolores Alberts-L. Gerard
Engagement Announced
Betrothal of Miss Dolores Al-
berts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Albei ts, Chicago, to
Lowe Gera "f Mrs. Celia
Berger. 2941 S W. Seventh st..
has been ann unced.
Miss Alb landed schools
Illinois. Mi Gerard is a stu-
dent at the University of Miami
lisaNavj an.
Sylvia Stahl, Jack Byer
Say Vows Sunday
state ol Florida on
i Mr. and
,: ho were mar-
22, at the \i -
ega-
he double ring ceren
nagogue was
: llowing t
m Sylvia
and
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PAGE BEV2N
Bronston Names Boyell
Regional Exec. Director
FASBESTOS
TABLE MATS
8
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton celebrated the Bar Mitzvah of
their son. Ronald Abbott, Saturday, June 21. at the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Center. A reception was held at
the Center following the services and a luncheon for 250
guests was given at the Shelborr.e hotel, Miami Beach, in his
honor. Mr. Lipton is president of Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association.
i?JM.
Harold Jacobs Weds
Henrietta Taylor June 1
Miami Beach Ji
was the scene of the Jun
riage of Miss Henrietl
Harold Jacobs. Shi
ter of Mr. and Mrs M
3917 Meridian aw Miami B
and he is the son if M
Samuel Jacobs, 1605 P<
vania ave.. Miami Beach.
Miss Rosalie Taj
the bride, was maid
and Mrs. Eh Lepoff, an
ter, was a bridal atten ;
M. Kin was best man,
an were Jai k T
Rosenthal, Louis I.
Klein, Morty King an I Robert
Goldstein.
The bride and brideg
both graduated from Mi
High school. Mr Ja
for three and a half
the Army air coi ps
Father of Charles Cohen
Dies In Cleveland
It

Alpha Epsilon Phi alumni
and iheir guesls will attend a
cabana party Sunday night al
ihe Vanderbilt hotel. Mrs.
Bernard Fuller, who is in
charge of all arrangements,
has planned a "white elephant"
auction sale, of which the pro-
ceeds will go tcward the active
chapter fund.
was
:
- oom,
B
r, niece of the
: lOOk.
ulder
pped
pha-

a pink
! a finger-tip

'.: 'Is in
N. J.. and the
-Is in
nn.
imi, the
ike their home here.
Bei n I'.. B mston,
Florida
n C luncil
for .In I announces that at
xecutivc meeting in New
\ on June IT. th
selected Miami Beach as its head-
s ;.ir a Southeastern I
ional office. Harry Boyell, a
i! Miami, acl ive in civic
and religious work for many
has been appointed execu-
tive directoi of the regional of-
fice.
"The A : ic al Council for
Judaism the impor-
.ii the Southeastern
for spreading its principles and
objectives in this area of the
country," Bronston added.
'The council affirms that Jews
are nationals of their respective
Jew.- by re-
ligion only, \' believes inl
tion, not segregation, marks the
road to equality. U seek:
Jews evei j whei e equal i ights and
with other citi-
zens." Bronston said.
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jeistnurktk%ti
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, l947
"Hake Our Culture Strong... Keep
It Important," Declares Mrs. May
By DOROTHY SEROTTA
'ED. NOTEMrt. May. who it a dauahter of Rabci laaac M
. ; a twin nMer of RaBbi Jonah B. W e. hat g e- a lifetime: to tlw
wcrk of national Jewnh worrent organ, zatiora. Bis 6(1 if- -J '
--ation of Sitterhooaa board. h hat led rat onal com" tteys tor the
ncil of Jewish Women and is part of the ooa'd of the Co"'-
mitt*, of National Jewnn Womer'i 0-g"Hit tni. w"c- c:-'eiatet
work of the eleven tuggett units.
The "House oi Living Judaism," which is to be the main
project of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods this
/< -. is a very vital subject to Mrs. Albert J. May. only life
her of the board of the National Federation of Temple
".,.;;-. I give advanced, college
. this month. v\ .t.-i
,. .
-E
. nough
ng 'with about
: --- a,) of the
. ymAmeru Plat
budduffwfa
work by S
.
On anothi nt, Mrs. May
veil a far na-

' :./:. :. bi thi
Ned t h e
:
tings A typical
i as being
to 500. hnstian and 40
npk
It included lec-
.- and rips
Bu. in ,he House of Living
tion of

1 in i New

The institute
let
fVin Veep ^
butt*1* -
, 3-4848
PKne. -J
Judaism, she explained. Ihe
Sisterhood hopes to focus Jew-
ish sources of knowledge into
a cultural whole. "We need
lo re-Judaire ourselves," says
Mrs. May, and points out that
this is still another facet of the
effort Jews must make to meet
the international emergency.
"We have to make our culture
strong and keep it important to
ourselves."
in-.'.- program is in one
itute for the war-
Red i ......lunity
.1 id, and
les .i new incentive to pride
and hope among American Jews
11 as those it will help to
m v liberal thought throughout
irld.
ZBT's At Miami
Receive Charter
:.; king the end of its first year
a the University of Miami
the Alpha Omega chapter
Tau fraternity was
;. incorporated recently
judge Marshall C. Wisc-
.. Florida charl
ihe body. Shown in the p.
emonies above are (left
U : E. Alter, dean of
nen; Bill Alvin, president of
i Omega: Judge Wisehart.
> D general secretarj
7.. >; I Tau; Irving Ellis,
of the Miami ZBT
ni club, and Marvin C.
;:nan. trustee of the chapter.
The local chapter has a mem-
ll ip of 30 active members and
pledget, most of whom hail
Miami. It is quartered in
the French village. 3624 Lc Jeune
rd., at present, but expects I
nity house as soon
nditions permit.
Present officers of the chapter
the official incorporators.
. include Bill Alvin. |
dent: Don Mayerson. vice presi-
' Jerry Cohen, treasurer: Jim
Kahn. past president, and Irving
jr.
The corporate trustees, all
alumni, are Irving Ellis. Marvin
in. Irvin Korach, Her-
bert E. Steiner. Harry Gordon.
Greenbaum, B. J. Wagner
and Fred Meyer.
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Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
Young Men's group entertained
children at the Cardiac Home
in Miami Sunday. This is the
third visit of this organization
to the Home. The schedule of
entertainment at these Sunday
visits consists of movies, sing-
ing, a comedy act, and is con-
cluded with the serving of ice
cream and cookies.
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nins Say Vows
Kew York Sunday
PWe _,-- m Canada are
ttSoSdwia M. Brelnta.
Pr.andMr^ ^ at t(u,
^:i hotel in New
< SI. Breinin, the
Helen Kopel-
\"J.. r of Mr and
Simett E. Kopelman, New
^TBri-m." is the son of
n/\lr< Lo",s Breinin, Mi-
jiS and Lake Mahopac.
,.Dtion and luncheon in
A ftgew.) followed
iffS^attended We.les.ey
1 / lain vi ars and will
Set- ***-
(ft* -te of ft.
Itoefiil lda i,nd *e
|K medicine of Emory uni-
Ustv He served as an Army
Ucal con- Ja the
Sppin^ an resident
Sn at B hospital
ifork.
The couple will live in New
[lark upun their return.
Lette Mirchin Betrothal
Lnounced by Parents
I tpgi'-ncnt of Miss Annette
terof Dr and Mrs.
" ve Mi-
lau Bea.:-.. I SI n Wallman,
[W.f Mr. and Ml M. Wallman.
I HI Sac::- h, is be-
ll
I Agra.: lal genheim
fstaool of Dental Hygiene in New
I lark City. Mis attended
lit Univi mi. Mr.
I i luated front
I.
I gagement
In held at Kitty D
lI^hlfkrHirtn
I Louis Wolf son Receives
Diploma From Academy
Lees Wolfson, II. n of Col.
I M.t.-hill W .lfson, 4517
fata ich. was
I ng diplo-
lus it thi Oxl idemy,
\ /eek.
mayor
I ni Beach
vife and
nnd
' thi com-
nent ex nd i Kpecl
.* ; ks.
, i the
I ntuiK
tr,d-"- the com-
cnent
p Cohen Will Take
P- Y. Girl for Bride
l|^iD r;,L I New York,
I; Mr. and
Ifc! "' W. 18th
JjWl be married June 29.
BtZJ n"nh,:n noneymeon,
B^^llkv, .:. Miami.
B'nai B'rith Women
Elect Atlantan Head
District Grand Lodge 5 of
en's B'nai B'rith elected officers
for the coming year at a convi n-
tion held at the Poincl :
on Miami Beach June 7-11.
Those elected were M
Piassick, Atlanta. Ga., pn
Mrs. Nat Levy, Washingl
C, first vice president; M; .m .
ning Bernstein. Charleston, S c
second vice president; V
Becker. Miami Beach, thil
president; Mrs. William Black
Lakeland, Fla., treasurer; Mil
Edna Bloomberg, Washington, I)
d corresponding secretary; Mi
Esther Snider. Baltimore Md
recording secretarj :,i
Ann Weintrub, Miami >
mailing secretary; Mrs. Jack
piro, Hagerstown, Md.. his)
Miss Sara Grossman, W
D. Cm counsellor, and Ml I
Goldstein, Galax, Va.. youtl
mission. \
Supreme council ri
tives include Mrs. La ure n c i
Koenigsberger, Washington, D. C
Mrs. Harry Gordon. Miami; Mi
Maurice Bisgyer, Washingl ., D
Cm Mrs. Joe Goldstein
Sara Grossman. Thej
presidents of the lodge.
Paul Grossinger Wed
Miss Ricelle Persky
in
Plugat Aliyah Meeting
To Be Held In Atlanta
A Plugat Aliyah conf.
will be held July 4. ."> and 6 in
Atlanta. Ga., it was announced
this week by Miss D
dent of the Miami I
Junior Hadassah. Plu
is composed of members of Junior
Hadassah and Masada who in-
tend to live in Palestn
neers, either agriculturally, in-
dustrially, or pi : |y.
The three-day meet-
to all members of Junior Had
sah and Masada and all
are Interested in
conference should contact
Blarose Rdgow, 725 All .-. 1. Mi-
ami Beach, for information re-
garding housing and i
The conference will include
parties, singing and d
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FPL Files Petition
For New Securities
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Miami Kadimah Pioneers
Adopt New Constitution
of the Kadimah
ni Pioneer
P" sented to the
:'' 'lav, June 13
ing of the group at the
Washer.
I and correct-
it into ef-
Tl rules and
I on the constitu-
Women of
iwn up by the
tee. which is
' lame.-, Albert
S i Braun, Max Shapiro
CANTOR
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Holy Days
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Beautiful Musical Service
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* A n / s I fkrkHan
PHILADELPHIA JUDGE NAMED ADVISOR
Announcement was made by the War department on June
19 that Judge Louis E. Levinthal oi Philadelphia has been
selected by Gen. Lucius D. Clay to be advisor on Jewish affairs
to the military governor of Germany, U. S. zone.
Judge of common pleas court No. 6, Philadelphia, since 1937,
Judge Levinthal succeeds Rabbi
Philip S. Bernstein, who has re-
sumed his duties as rabbi of
Temple B'rith Kodesh in Roch-
ester, N. Y., following 14 months"
service on the staffs of General
Joseph T. McNarney and Clay.
Judge Levinthal plans to pro-
ceed to Berlin July 18. immedi-
ately following the closing of his
present court session.
In announcing Judge I.
that's appointment. Secretary i I
War Robert P. Patterson said:
"I feel very strongly that the
best interests of our country re-
quire that a Jewish civilian of
understanding, experience, and
competence should counsel the
commander in chief European
command on all matters pertain-
ing to the Jewish populal
the American zone, particularly
in the critical months ahi
A native of Philadelphia. Judge
Levinthal was a member
pracsidium of the A m eric a n
Jewish Conference in 19411i:i. He
is now co-chairman of the Uniti
Jewish Appeal and the U
Palestine Appeal, a directoi
Palestine Economic Corpoi
and a member of the board of
trustees, Confi react
tind J'
Masada 'Streamlines'
Summer Activity Plan
The Miami Masada
'.'
announced a "stn amlined"
if ,pi rations 1
whicl placi I n
RELIGIOUS
DIRECTORY
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION BETH
JACOB 301-311 Washington ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff: Cantor Louis D. Feder.
p, jday evening services at B I i
Adult Satur lay mori it
at 8-30 Junior congregation, un-
der the : P "' Mr M"
Herman of the faculty, Will
^intly with the adult con-
uon. Mincha at 6:4d tol-
I by Shalos Seudos. H
heloff will speak on the
p tion of the Week. Daily school
3:30 to 6:30.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
F. iday M n ha, 6:30 p m., fol-
\1 iai iT. Saturday ser-
vices, 8 30 a m. Saturday at S
M :. ha at 6, follow*
Daily si rvic<
from iu a.m. to noon and 5 to 6
n
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17fh
ave.. Miami. Rabbi Murray
Grauer.
Kabolas Shabbes, 6:30 p.m.
Women's Club to Give
Benefit Picnic Sunday
Workman's Circle Women's
club. Vladeck branch 699, Miami
will sponsor a picnic Sunday at
Matthes in Hamm ick, thi i
seeds of which will go I
Vladeck children's home in
ice.
Admission \ ne dollar
and transi
vided. Th
to meet at the Lyceum at 1545
3. W. Thii 9 a.m. Sunday
Busin ngs, it was Services Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Stu-1
vices, 10 a m. Mincha at
it p.m.. followed by Shalos S'udos
Rabbi G aui r will | n the
Portion f the Week." Daily
si vices at 6:45 and 8:45 a m.
in :
lay through Friday
to 1- n i m,
ill be he: .
Iy, v ; will
cul-
among
i' Shabl
p /enings and dam i
Men betw. en the age'* of I
nd 31 ''1 by the or-
a I tend il fund
their v i
A place on Mas
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: 48-1206.
He wh i puts all he has into
lis work illy succeedsbe-
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and I
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FACTORY BRANCH:
172 N. E. 40th St.
Phone 7 7502
LaVigne
Electric Co,
38 N. W. 7th Street
PHONE 2 1759
Repairs Contracts
Electrical Installations
INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
RESIDENTIAL
Same Dependable Service
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION BETH DA-
VID, 135 N. W. Third ave.. Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro; Rev. Mau-
rice Mamches.
Stanley Owen, son
i Sterling,
l in.
Hel i daily, M mday
h Thursday, from 9 a.m.;
to 1- no. m.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CEN-
TER, 1415 Euclid ave., Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman:
Cantor Jacob Y. Goldring.
Kabalos Shabbas service, 6:30
:<-.n. Rabbi Lehrman and Cantor
iate Saturdaj
e, 9 a.m. Junior con'.
e, 10 a.m. Daily se: -
9 a. m. and (>:30 p. m. Daily
us school, 9 a.m. to noon
JEWISH COMMUNITY CEN-
TER OF HOLLYWOOD. Dr.
Max Kaufman, rabbi and execu-
tive director.
Services Friday. 8:15 p.m. and
. day morning at 10.
New York Agency Seeks
Relatives for Messages
Messages from relatives in Eu-
,..,,. have been received by tht
Union of Russian Jews, Inc., for
people In the United States. No
addresses have been listed, how-
ever.
There are messages for Gitel
Nemirovsky, daughter of Istik
Sokolovsky, of mest. Ruzhin.
Kievsk. Obi., message from sister
cousin, Rachil Sokolovsky,
daughter of Abram; Pervin Iosif.
son of Leib. born 1896, from rela-
tive Shlema Weisfeld, son of
Srul; Cohen or Kogen, Boris, 55
fears old, from cousin, Fira
htman, daughter of Israel:
Vtaiman, Munio, son of Yuda and
Gitel, of Zwishol, from
cousin, Celia Maiman, daughter
of Weisech and Chentsie Maiman.
i for Rubinstein, Sheye, son
if Moi n 1890, wife, Golda,
daughter of Shimon Idel, from
sister or cousin. Ester Pearl
Umansky, daughter of Leib, of
Rotmisrovka; also from Dimont.
previously Dinerstein, Leizer;
Goldenrat, Naehman, Nisen, from
niece, Ita Geichman, daughter of
Rebecca and Iosif Geich-
man: Don. Berel, Sima and Esile.
from sister or cousin. Gucia Rud-
nick, daughter of Iosif.
Also for Litman, Emma, 66
years old. from relative Abram
Shwartsman, son of Shlema: also
I eenberg, Morton and son.
:. Sheindel, born Vladimirsky,
of Eassova, Kievsk. Obi from
Enta Gutnik. daughter of Yankel;
Iso for Sam Ladinsky; Perstein,
Mi yi r, son (if Isaac, of RoRachov,
born 1888, a tailor, from nephew
[saak Perstein. son of Meishe;
Levin or Levinsky, Abram-Ber. a
tailor, his daughter Bashave, from
mece. Zivia Levinsky, daughter
of I.-ak: Spivak, Jacob, son of
ie, from cousin Ita Geich-
man, daughter of Iosif; Shaiftan.
Chaim and Shmil, sons of JankeL
from sister Pesia Kalinkover.
For further details about the
above messages or for locating
relatives in Russia, Poland and
Templ(
22^2* 27, J
e Israel
Sisterhood Fetes
National Officer
A national Sisterhood .
and the daughter 0, &
M. Wise. Mrs Albert J Mav
visiting Miami with her huL
and was enter! "*?".
of the board,, g*f
Sisterhood at K." '"
of Rabbi and $ H
Ian on Tuesday Ka
Mrs. May is public rei^
ehairman of the National F^3
eration of Tempi. Sisterhoods *?
also is a mernl,,, .,f,he board,
the National Council f j J
Women She is a t-.v: sister
Rabbi Jonah B. V.
Representatives ,f tne \].
section of the council wer<; ,1,
tovlted. Mrs I :n pr'j
dent of Tempi, | SisterhoJ
introduced the ,t the td
Assisting the ... ;fc. WJ
arrangements w< re a committi
including Mrs Adolph Wertf
eimer, chairman; Mrs Levin Mr
Harold B. Spaet. Mrs. J. Ge'-a||
Lewis, Mrs. H. U, Feibelman Mn
Albert Hirsch and Mrs Iknr
Wolff.
Soviet occupied tei 1 itory, write I
L'nion of Russian Jews, Inc.. 5
W. 42nd st., room 952, New Yorl
18, N. Y.
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT G ANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 cr 4-99B1
HAULING
None Too Large or Too Small
PROMPT SERVICE
W. A. DICKINSON
TRANSFER CO.
2323 N. MIAMI AVE.
Phone 2-4308
DIAMOND |
CAB
PHONE 3-4627
Collins Transport & Trading, Inc.
Is Happy lo Offer You Unlimited Space
For Warehousing and Storage
Rail Sidings Pool Car Distribution
Phone 3-0789, Pier 1, Bldg. 8, Municipal Docks
ASK FOR
Kosher Zion
PRODUCTS AT YOUR
Local Delicatessen
This label in
sures your
health.
U. S. Gov't
inspected.
Demand It!
Delicious
Salami
Weineis
Corned Beef
Pastrami
LIBERAL
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM.
4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Leon Kronish; Can .or Sam-
uel Kelemer.
!' lay evening services, 5:30
p :n. : 1 5 50 p m.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
Florida Provision Co., Inc.
Operated by
PEARL BROS.
Distributors
1725 N. W. 70, AVENUE PHONE 2-6141
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E.
19th st.. Miami. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman; Dr. Jacob H. Kap
Ian, rabbi emeritus.
Friday evening at 8:15, regular
Sabbath evening services.
ibi Kaplan will speak <>n
"The Fund 11 if the Praper
Book and P 1 e p a ration foi
r"
and will conduct services in the
absence ol Rabbi Zwitman,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1E01 S.
Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauderdale).
Rabbi David Raab.
On F iday 1 vi ning, Juni :
;; p.m., a special .-eiv.ee ded
to B'nai B'rith men and women
will take place. Rabbi David
Raab will conduct the service and
preach tho sermon on the subject
of "One year In Ft. Lauderdalc."
TOUBY
MINTING
CORP.
Who is rich? He who re-
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Tomorrow will he a better day
if you bcKin this morning to
MIAMI M. FLOWTJA


a
Between You and Me9'
U By BORIS SMOLAR
-opyright, 1946, Jewish Tlegrphic Agency, Inc.
of
The
MSRICAN SCENE:
the passage
to those op-
nv CongreH
I admit 400.-
SSffyeVs has been given
*t ill At the con-
to CleVel ,f ihe International
..,' n, Workers Union
fff that the
Si, trade" unions, which
Ejewah in ;"e tnt
: nited States
ft**n :,A;;:rno
gSetheoutbrJakofth.
' They have secured a
S "standard of living for their
Eabership through quiet nego-
Sns.-T .acquired
w of millions ol dollars in as-
*ts and in reserve funds .
Thevconduct unique welfare pro-
[or their members, in-
lijdmg sick benefits .They
f millions
^ dollar.- : ,ld vaca"
m benefit funds, to which the
Mloyen contril ite Their
National and social activities
superior to those conducted
the country
", They conti hugs sums
... And
..ions with the employ-
mare normal and friendly >:nri-
tt manufactu i mostly
tlso Thus.
jkf save pro\ mmigrant
the way for
iking de-
nocracy work N ( to speak
4 Cie other J mmigrants
ikt helped tn buil I and develop
- economy as employers
The oppoiv i he bill to
ta:t 400.000 displaced persons
Id the Un will also
i i by Secre-
bof Stal and War
Swetary Patterson These
senbers .if thi will tes-
nal hearing
P U S can absorb
displaced i. thout any
[RST/XG LK r/P:
A number nteresting
irac-u ipments in
[fc area of Jewish community
("iation king place
Mod they :. well
isalyzed by H M. Pek-
!?*" m tor of the
lp--' (' :: tnun t) Council of
[w county. X, ,. Jersey, in e
J?'! ni r the Na-
"" c : wish So-
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T" Compltw Departmonl
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Miami Baacb
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Brother's New Ap-
m md Accessory Store
" Fhckw St. Miami
(too

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Old *
** Hltjfff OF
cial Welfare Communities
are becoming more and more
aware of the importance of a
strong, effective and resp
central community in.!
. And experiments pojnl '
the development of a re] i
tive type of Jewish communal
trganization which is in I
with the concept of d< n
living One of the m
portant features is the testing A


leadership abilities Ti.
itement of multi-million dollar
campaigns in local comm i
has made more Jews con
of their communal responsibili-
ties, Pekarsky says ... In
community, recruits for coi
nal work have been
through the expanded fund-: ,


ing programs of the last few
years Their leadership abili-
ties are now being tested with a
view to conserving them once the
appeal for overseas funds is toned
down ... In the years to i
many of these nun will gi
be leaders of local comma: i
not only on the basis of than
understanding of overseas I
but also of local progi
objectives That is one i n-
trihution of importance which the
United Jewish Appeal is making
to American Jewry ... I'
indirectly helps to tram
Jewish leadership Pek
predicts that the day is bound to

'.V
Armstrong
N
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come "when that tainted, haught
subject of national advisory bud- '
geting' will become a nece: itj i
American Jewish life" ... Hi
claims that anarchy exists day '
in the planning of nal er-
vices.
teel 11, the M


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A FRANK DISCUSSION
A frank discussion of anti-
Semitism among Negroi
:n Bueklin Moon's "The High I
if Prejudice" just publish)
Julian Messner, Inc. ... It has
bsn said by some that anti-
Semitism among N>
spread, while others claimed thai
it was non-existent The au-
thor, who made an extei
study of the effects of ra
crimination in the Unit
finds that the truth actually 111
somewhere between thosi
extremes Exactly w: i
hard for him to say. but he be-

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lend as many of
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FPL Promotes
Vacations In FSa.
:>*EW YORK. N. Y.With the acquisition of cdditional prop-
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a. president, in an interview here, predicted that a partial
r.sion of the university's faculties would be completed by
.:._ demands for adi
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Attractions of the southeastern One, blessed be He.Midrjjh/
section of Florida arc- include^
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