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The Jewish Floridian ( April 19, 1946 )

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tel^yyiiDipidliiaun Onm >^THE JEWISH UNITY F 6"7£& THE JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIT. ig IQAR PRICE TEN CENTS KM CUT 5! I Jewry is being urged to 1 annual dinner spony the Miami Zionist diswhich Gov. Millard Cald%  executive of the state rida, will be principal The event, a testimonial honor Combined Jewish workers, will be held lv evening at Lilley's res37 Biscaync blvd. is of the affair are earr the Zionist i xpansion the Jewish National ..A workers will be sin; for honors foi their cf[raising funds l" rehabiliijlaced Europeans in Palesdition to the gov\rnor's i program will feature (lections by Bernie MayerI vocal numbers by Evelyn bother artist is also schedappear. nations are limited, acto Harry Gordon. chairId may be obtained by Mr. Gordon at 9-1436; | Sootin, president of the istnet. at 3-1589. and Mrs. Schwartz, 2-1864. Asks U. S. lo Recognize lordan State pXGTON (JTA)—Accustm of "sabotaging" the African Commute of Inestine "by presenting the independence of N as a fait accompli," pative Emanuel Celler, p Democrat, on the floor House has introduced a pt resolution asking that fM States government recognition of Trans' an independent tate P| all members of the F a ons to take a similar I T IkiOOiHTON STATC or FLOHIOA Exccurive Dtp.B.K,,, TALLAHASSEE April 13, 19^6. Mr. Harry Cordon, Vice-president, Hlaal Zionist District, 710 Southwest Twelfth Avenue, Miami, Florid*. Dear Mr. Cordon: I am happjr to have beon able to arrange 07 schedule so that I could accept the gracious Invitation to be present at your district banquet meeting •t Lilley's Restaurant, 829 Blsciyne Boulevard, Miami, on Thursday evening, April 25th at seven o'clock. I am looking forward with pleaaur* to the event. Strikes Paralyze Palestine; Refugees End Pro test Palestine this week was the center of several strikes and the scene of political activity which held the attention of officials end peoples throughout the world. Jewish trade, industry and transport were paralyzed this week and Jews throughout the country fasted in a demonstration of sympathy with the 1.040 Jews detained aboard the Italian motor ship "Fede" at La Spezia, Italy. Palestine was virtually cut off from the rest of the world as a general strike of communication workers paralyzed postal, telegraph, telephone and radio facilities. The Palestine Broadcasting SerClncerely, Governor. HTCiSOO THIS IS A REPRODUCTION of a letter received by Harry Gordon, Miami Zionist dinner chairman, from Gov. Millard Caldwell, who has accepted an engagement to speak for the Zionists Thursday evening. FLORIDIAN TO CLOSE MONDAY. TUESDAY Beach Zionist Event to Feature Noted Reporter Edgar Ansel Mowrer, famed foreign correspondent and newspaper columnist, will address the annual dinner meeting of the Miami Beach district, Zionist Organization of America, at the Victor hotel on April 25. The officei and plant of The Jewish Floridian will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, April 22 and 23, the concluding days of Passover. All copy for next week's edition mutt be in by noon Wednesday. Non-Sectarian Croup To Aid UJA Drive U. S., Russia Block Jews Fleeing Europe VIENNA (JTA)— American military authorities have closed the U. S. zone of Germany to Jews fleeing Eastern Europe, it was revealed here by Bronislaw NEW YORK (JTA)—The formation of a non-sectarian group "to enlist the support of all Americans regardless of creed for the destitute remnant of the Jews overseas," was announced here this week by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the 1946 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. The committee will be headed by Nelson A. Rockefeller. The organization of the committee was prompted by the desire of many non-Jews to take an active part in the campaign to help refugees and displace Jews, Mr. Warburg said, adding that '"they felt very strongly that this effort is not for Jews alone, that all mankind must share the resolution emphasized that If on is a "violation of fj" ms | e mandate l*** which includes F and also violates the TOi convention of W protects the rights %  omens in all of ."Jiding Transjordan, J P^ludes unilateral £r l crms ^e FREEHOLDERS P BOND ISSUE ?;> S -ralio„ "26,373 e ^y to authorize *iW V otefor t n iSSS w 7 -l. e *Pnsion V 7u ld( Walk diet to the best of its ability, but to 1. ,the refugees are going hungry. The concert by Leonard Rose, first cellist with the New York Philharmonic Symphony orchestra, will conclude the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee's 1945-46 series at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Miami Senior High school. Rose will be accompanied by Walter Hendel, assistant director of the Philharmonic, at the piano. The program will include Bloch's "Prayer (from Jewish lfe, No. 1); "Adagio and Allegro" by Boccherini; "Toccata" by Frescobaldi-Cassado; Schumann's Concerto in A Minor," Beethoven's "Sonata in A Major" and other selections. A native of Miami, Rose received his early training here from Walter Grossman and at the ge of 13 was awarded the Florida state prize as outstanding cellist in a high school contest. After graduating from the (CONTINUKO ON PAGE 4). I. ( i n>' ii \ i %  r.i t, if' ; II a! | j 5^#a^5sfe£a&^*i^^S3ii=v



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rt*!r^aa"-i JIM %  fflf'W^T^^^iE^mr^'^ra?' • PAGE TWO fjMxmxrffy fyuaMng, > %  By ELSIE KRONENFELD HOLIDAY NOTES Back in Miami after four years with the USO-JWB, directing USO clubs, is Miss Bess Spanner. Miss Spanner is very occupied looking for that impossible thing—a house. Many friends remember Miss Spanner when she was the director of the Miami section, National Council of Jewish Women. She may be contacted through Mrs. Benjamin LeVine On liberty until after the holidays is Midshipman Morton Kanmerman, nephew of Mrs. Henry Chill. Midshipman Kanmerman is from New York and is stopping at the Pancoast hotel. He has just returned from a trip to Europe on a troopship Lt. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs Joseph Carp of 2738 S. W. 20th It. After a short leave, both Lt. and Mrs. Schwartz will embark for Germany where the lieutenant will be stationed as an aviation engineer Barbara Sager, the very young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sager, returned with her mother and father Thursday night from New Haven, Conn., where she and her | mother had gone to welcome her daddy home from Germany. I Mr. Sager was connected with the censor office there. While in New Haven the Sagers stayed with Mr. Sager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R Sager Mr. and Mrs. Al Mirelman arrived from New York city Monday to spend Passover with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan Nathan Wohlgemuth (single, he wishes us to state) is now making his home with his sister, Mrs. William Cohan, 2471 S. W. 19th st. Mr. Wohlgemuth is formerly of New York Boris A. and Judah Rackovsky are spending Passover with their parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, and will return to their studies at Yeshiva college in New York after the holidays 1 Mrs. Joseph A. Syman, 1214 S. W. 13th ct., has just returned from a two weeks' trip to Augusta, Athens and Macon, Oa While in Augusta, she visited her daughter, Zelda, who was the houseguest of her University of Georgia roommate for spring holidays. Zelda. who is active in Hillel, has been chosen delegate to the Southern Hillel conference April 28 at the Umverjsity of Maryland. The Hillel chapter at Georgia is putting on la play in Augusta in May and Zelda will take a part Mr. and Mrs. Bemaid KleIbanow, of New York city, are 'enjoying their annual vacation at the New Surf hotel. Mrs. Klebanow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newmark, 3767 Royal Palm ave. Miss Babette Cirlin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, of Meridian ave., entertained with a luncheon and bridge party llast Sunday. Guests included Eleanor Schrier, Barbara Roth, Zelda Kaplan, Sylvia Selevan, Lillian Gross, Molly Moss, Paula Gelb, Sonia Batish, [Shiela Kushner, Merilyn Hochman, Beatrice Licht and Elaine Litivack. Mr. and Mrs. A. Olshine are visiting at the Roney Plaza hotel for a few weeks. They are from Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Olshine is Mrs John Kronenfeld's aunt. Another aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Feldman, left Thursday for their home in Atlanta, Ga., after a few days' stay. WEEK-END VACATION TO BE DOOR PRIZE Miss Friedman Reveals Troth y r and M" William FriedBotwinick. of Bayonne. N. J. The bride-elect was graduawa fromMrami Senio, High schoo and attended the V* !" *£ Alabama, whe, ? ,' ber of MplLambda Delta m "rSheTractive^SMi Botwinick was recently years, he was sta ,,„ %  two vears and rccened his ,1,1 He two battle stars and r dential citations. ****$* Savage School for Phys.ca Education and i university and was i : "' New V miverwty, where he is now studying for his master's degree .\i present he is employed as a, ca ] education director in a New York city school. Mr Botwinick arrived by plane Thursday to spend the holidays at the home of his fiances parents. GREENWALD-FISHER Miss Mildred Helen Greenwald, daughter* I M nd Mrs. S nwald, 2440 Flamingo dr., became the brid. of Murray H. iFisher, in a <• remony April i in 'New York city. Mrs. Fisher attendi d schools in Louisville, when the Greenwalds have a summer home. Mr. Fisher. son of Mrs. S. F. Fisher >f New York, attended New York university and is a veteran of World War II. ^FRIDAY. APRIL Miss Schwartz Selects June For Wedding Announcement of the June wedi;,„; of their daughter, Nomi, to Marvin L. Zank is being made by Mr and Mrs. S. M. Schwartz, 1230 15th st. Mr. Zank is the son of the Nat Zanks, of New York, where the wedding will be held. Miss Seh wart/, attended the University of Illinois and was graduated from the University of Miami, when' she was a member of Alpn.i Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Zank attended schools in New York and was recently discharged from the air force after three years' service. CAPE FLORIDA B0A1 SMALL BOATS BU1| IN-BOAHD & OUT-B0i| Reasonably Priced A. H. P1CHLER 1704 N. W. 15th St. I Phone 2-4198 V N4-1TOIWEST /> 77 N. W. 36lh Si. Ph. 78-3212 Sound—Stable—Vigorous Attention to All Your REAL ESTATE PROBLEMS LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-6479 11 Years of Experience in Building Construction on Miami Beach [Robert L Cherry, D.D.S.j j Having recently returned from { | Militiry Services, wishes to | • announce the reopening of his | dental office at j 725 duPont Building j Practice Limited To Extraclion of Teeth and Oral Surgery ) LEONARD ROSl 'CELLIST Waller Hendel. Assistant Director of the New York Philharmonic, at the Piano j WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24th 8:30 P. W| MIAMI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Admission $1.20 (tax incl.) Tickets Available At MIAMI Y.M. A Y.W.H.A. 1567 S. W. bth Street BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUC'N Congress Building AMIDON'S MUSIC SHOP 530 S. E. First Street MIAMI CONSERVATORY 1737 N. B.iyshore Drive MIAMI CONSERVATORY 138 Minorca Ave., Coral Oablet M IAMI BEACH Y.M. W.MA Ore ^""'"sCHOOll NORMANDY SCMW -MB? 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ne In Providence £**** J B '" icr Tff following their w£ re R'•' ,,f his parents, Itftf v.vB • n i**?, A ? s n the former Faye frrin daughter of MorieCowen. a, i g s w sixth f ^'graduate of Miami PL.ii and attended the LSTof Miami and the KLd School of Design. 1* Army ei nr, Mr. I former Army ta|^"tflS diversity of |Sg the wedding guests wa. t Llb:n. Mian i uncle of Ibnde. N AME: EDELSTEIN Lam Edelstein has been L temporary. "> ofthe Eter Miami as n of Tau CnPhialumni. Stuart NewUu selected as a ting secrek [or the group. fceTEPalumi et each Lsday at 12:15 p.m. at the [en Seas rest H Edelstein fcounccd. +Jewish fhridton PAGE THREB UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ANNOUNCE BETROTHAL VETERAN OF MARINES' F |L R %  • I • WEDS MISS FREEDMAN tllenor€ Bob,nsl r' BAKERY CLOSES Closing of the Paramount bakery, 445 Washington ave.. Miami Beach, foi the entire Passover holiday has been announced by the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth. GEORGE A. GRAHAM D.D.S. Announces the Opening of His Office for the Practice or GENERAL DENTISTRY 817 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. Office Hours: 9:00 to 5:00 By Appointment Phone 58-3851 BEACH AJC TO SELECT OFFICERS. DELEGATES Delegates to the national American Jewish Congress convention and officers of the Greater Miami chapter will be selected at a meeting at 2 p.m. Monday. April 29. at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, according to Mrs. S. H, Leslie, president. This will be the last regular meeting for the year. The convention will be held in New York late in May. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, program chairman, will present Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Max Shapiro, who will discuss "Interfaith Objectives." Vocal selections will be given by Cantor Emanuel Balkan. Edward Woolf To Wed New York Nurse Mr. and Mrs. Boris Asnes, New York, have announced the enengagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Shirley Asnes, to Edward Woolf, son of Mrs Kate Woolf, 876 47th ct, Miami Beach, formerly of Alexandria, Va. Fol lowing their wedding in New York on June 9, the couple will come to Miami Beach to live. A member of the U. S. Nurse Cadet corps. Miss Asnes was graduated from the Jewish hospital in Brooklyn. Mr. Woolf attended George Washington university and served with the 14th air force during the war. *^^^^^^^^^^ ^ Mrs. Sara P. Bobinsky, of 1553 S. W. Seventh st., Miami, and Chicago, announces the engagement of her daughter, Ellenore Munel. to Seymour S. Lavander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levander, of New York city. A graduate of the Frances Harrington School lor Interior Deigning in Chicago, Miss Bobinsky is now doing interior decorating and furniture designing in New York city. Mr. Levander received his bachelor of electrical engineering degree from Cooper Union, New York, and is presently employed as a specialist in motor designing. He is also taking graduate work at Brooklyn Polytechnic institute. No definite date lias been set for the wedding. CAMPS KEEYUMAH CARMELIA IN THE POCONO MOUNTAINS—ORSON. PA. fclev..tion 2000 feet; private lake; modern bungalows, all facilities: dietary laws; private C.TO for boys and girls 6 to 16. Tuition $375 season (July and August). D U l^v M f MRS. A. P. GANNES J B U N ** 1121 8th STREET, MIAMI 6EACH 5-/554 S P E S S A R D P> ALL i MOST HAPPY PASSOVER in T HANCOCK |REFRIGERATION CO. "Frigidaire Dealer" SALES AND SERVICE 3637 N. W. 17th Ave. Phone 7-7276 HC HANCOCK. Prop. CAMP SKYLARK FOR GIRLS HENDEHSONVILLE, N. C. Enrollments Now Being Accepted Call Helen Baker—48-4929 or Claire Mooney—2-3758 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER y> BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. First St Phone 3-3666 BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 0 i'nS"! l! ,^, Se c VICf %  lncl "ding Monthly Trial Balance and Profit "is service. Reasonable Rates. Hour, Day or Month. PHONE 3-7833 WVID GUTTENMACHER. 1144 N. W. 29th Terrace ELECT Paul D. Barns JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT (Group 2) Senior Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, with over 20 years of trial court experience, who asks promotion to the Supreme Court oi Florida. rd. political Adv. by Friends HOLLAND AS wartime Governor, Holland built the Strongest Financial Structure Florida has had in its History. for UNITED STATES SENATE %  Uabi) Parade Rita Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harold Eisenberg, 167 N. E. 59th st., was born March 30 Robert Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. HarryMoss, 1383 N. W. 26th sL, March 29 Judith Virginia, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emanuel Silver, 3441 S. W. Fourth st., March 22 Burton Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leibowitz, 306 Euclid ave., March 17 Vicki Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hirsch, 3000 Jefferson St., March 18 ... Judith Lynne, daughter of Mr. < nd Mrs. Kenneth Robert Greenblat, 1512 N W. 34th ave., March 20 Karl Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nathaniel LeBoyer, 927 Jefferson ave., March 25 Ronna Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schutzman, 4470 Nautilus dr., March 21 Patricia Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harold Jacobson, March 21. for REST CONVALESCEUCI —< CHRONIC CASH RqyPark palthHesort RND <0 IOOIU1 ""\*Lli. MIAMI W rLACLIR • 10 -COURT • riOfflD/i ELECT WEBSTER G. (Red) WALLACE YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Group 3 — Democratic Primary GI VETERAN WORLD WAR II EXPERIENCED — ABLE Pd. Political Adv. VENETIAN BLINDS RE CONDITIONED WITH NEW CORNICES CALL 3-5072 For Estimate It is with pleasure that I extend Best Wishes to my Friends on the occasion of the observance of PASSOVER Mrs. Wm. Douglas Pawley Same exactness and first quality material used as in new work. ORDER YOUR NEW BLINDS NOW! AWNING CO. VENETIAN BLINDS 545 N. W. 22nd St.—3-5072 AWNINGS 1396 N. 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^g^g^a^^f^j^ii^E^BSE^S^S* Ksas^'^wsrSsss ff 1 PAGE FOUR *Jenistfcri^fL FRIDAY, APRIL, Palestine Paralyzed By Mass Strikes (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) lasted five hours. The strike was suspended until April 19 following a two-hour meeting with Harold Laski, chairman of the British Labor party, who promised to take up the case of detained refugees with Ernest Bevin, British Foreign Secretary, and report his decision by that time. Pending Bevin's ruling, the refugees were promised a "different status" by British Captain Hills of Allied general headquarters. The head of the political section of the Italian police, who had been assigned to the Italian ship "Fede," was removed from his post and arrested by the authorities because he manifested sympathy foi the Jews. National wire service released information Wednesday of an official announcement by the High Commissioner of Palestine that the Jewish refugees detained aboard the ship "Fede" at La Spezia would be granted entry to Palestine. Tension among the Jewish population in Jerusalem was eased immediately as further news was waited. Hebrew Med School To Be Built Soon NEW YOBK iJTA)-Cons1 ruction on the new Hebrew ui sity medical school on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem is expected I gin within the nexl few months, Sir Leon Simon, chairman of the executive committee of the university, disclosed I Pointing out that of the 15,000 Jewish physicians in thi I ••of Europe which were oc by the Nazis, only about 300 can be accounted for. Sir Leon that the new medical school will furnish a source of docto: the devasl t< iropean J< communities and for the entire Middle East. Aboul will be v during the school's firsl f< w 3 it is hoped evi nl 1 illy to I 200 annually. The faculty for the school is being Sir 1 institution will bi Anglo-A in linos. A board of A:: J( ; hysicians will act as ad\ MIAMI SENDS FIRST INSTALLMENT ON RECORD UJA AUo^S v a f Miami Beach, Florida "rcr> 22 — m PAY TO THE ORDER or MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK 6MM United Jitn Appeal lOQoooiBgogg! No. .$100. 395 THIS CHECK for S100.000 from the Combined Jewish Appeal of the dealer Miam' Federation represents the first substantial check received by the S 100,000,000 aZ the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine from a munity drive in 1946. The check is the first installment of Miami's allocation of the United Jewish Appeal in 1946, three times the amount contributed to the UJA bh. the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement programs of the Joint Distribution Committee 1 Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service. Cello Concert by Rose To Conclude Series Senators Debate On British Proclamation WASHINGTON (JTA) —Three bers of the U S. Senate this %  I, d on the Senate the State De• on the legality of Brit' UN Committee Defines "DP's" and "Refugees" LONDON (JTA) — Definitions which would provide a basis for placing persons in the categories of "refugees" or "displaced persons" have been presented to the United Nations Committee on (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONEl Curtis Institute, when hi si '-' l "M" d an with Felix Salmond. 1 ndepondent state without regaged as assistant first cellist wit I I ns of the I ulthe NIK' Symi Artui Toscanini. He i with the Clevt land Symphon; tra for fi Tickets for 1 ncert sale at the Miami and B< ach Ys and the Bureau "l Jewish Ei tion. They may also 1 estim Mandate, and her violation of tin • of the United Nations which states that no change be made in the status of. 1 s without the val of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Refugees and Displaced Persons chased in M I Amidon's and by Sir Herbert Emerson, chair11! M C01 vatory; at the man of the Intergovernmental JBeach at the Miami Conservatory, Committee for Refugees. | the Normandy School, the Miami "Refugees" would be defined Beach Radio company, th< Radio as person^ who had left their Center and Mori Bi and at country of nationality or resithe Miai Consi dence through fear of loss of life Gables. or liberty or because of religious or racial persecutions. "Displaced persons" would be those who were obliged to leave thenhomes by reason of World War II or were displaced inside their own countries by deliberate action of the enemy. Whatever definition is finally decided upon, Sir Herbert said, there should be no distinction made among the various groups. and all reeding help should receive it. He stated that whether a refugee was technically stateless or possessed the passport of a country to which he did not wish to return was irrelevant. 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l"gjS l STOJ^,":^RL'.?2p^S?5? r ^J %  • PAGE SIX +JelstncrMta!L PBTOAY, APRIL Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second A^-^JOj* ** P. O. Box 2973 -"-r^er-omc FRFD K SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA G^SSMARNe^JdUor_ VOLUME 19 Miami 18. Florida, Friday, ApriM^W NUMBER 1U N1SAN 18, 5706 Dv Bab >l Sann i I •. FORWARD. ZIONISTS! iund programs. organization but the cause Outstanding tribute, no to ^"^Governor of the fiance will g.Uy a-Ut the p,o,, to be ^eLned. (<) pion the cause so ably. A DUAL PLEASURE A dual pleasure awaits concert-goers; next Wednesday evening when subscribers to the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural commU.ee series will hear a fine cello performance by a natile son at the Miami Senior High school. It I not often that Miam.ans have the opportunity to be an aud enceto the music of the New York Ph.lharmomc orchestra s frst cellfs Nor is it frequent that we can isten to the playing of a local boy whose talent has been acclaimed th.oughout the country by fellow musicians, music c.it.cs and experienced music 10V ?o the Jewish Cultural committee much commendation is due for its presentation of our own Leonard Rose A NEED FOR CONSISTENCY Elsewhere in this issue appears a letter irom one of our spiritual leaders. Its content takes issue witn the Jewish War Veterans sponsorship of a boxing promotion on Friday eveI ninq The rabbi condemns quite vigorously the participation of the Jewish organization and its desecration of the Srbbath as a reflection on the entire Jewish community We are fully in accord with the sentiments expressed by '.he distinguished member of the clergy. This action can readily be presumed and accepted as an affront to ell of us. It has i long been maintained that the dignity of Jev/ish life must be observed by organized Jewish activity which serves as the liaison agent for its constituency. We cennot condone the action ot the JWV in this instance but neither can we condone the condemnation received from the heated pen of our respected religious leader. He takes to task other organizations who dare to keep their doors open on the Sabbath or Jewish holidays. These occasional flare-ups by our religious leaders, spotlighting a group or individual for flagrant missteps, seem to us to be extremely inconsistent. Particmation by members of the Rabbinical association in Friday evening mass meetings, Saturday radio programs and other events on holidays from time to time perhaps set the example. Technically adhering to every letter of the law, their actions may be permissable, but for the same reflectory reasons should be carefully avoided by our religious leaders. Still further, investigation of the offices of many of our organizations, the largest and the most representative, will easily reveal the transaction of much business on the Sabbath and holidays. Ostensibly closed, these organizations' superficial observance can be penetrated without too much difficulty. While not as blatant a transgressor as the JWV in this pres; ent event, these organizations are also wrong. A continuous and consistent program of correction and eradication should be undertaken by our religious leaders who serve as directors of many of the groups and wield considerable influence among others. ^^T can the Jewtoh people* ANSWER: thi %  %  %  %  1 • I m.ij.'i %  A posi : %  QL"> Into what category da '.! • P il stinian Jews fall? ANSW P.; •'• •' %  •>" ted to anj PAUL MARKS RESUMES LAW PRACTJCL HLRE N Lt. ( .. W • enter at n of so I In %  %  don, ervi %  n %  %  %  MARK BROWN ELECTED TO rS \ PRESIDENCY %  • % %  i %  ivenlioi i : oi 1 • : ti Chi i a • cl Mu Bel cal ti League Approves Handling oi Mandates GENEVA (JTA : %  • sion oi tin !.. ie of Nat i sernbly unanin %  •.,-. ,, resolution expressing i with the handling I In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami tie il a.m., ous year. Pa sovei service, 8:15 p.m. Sunday. will preach on "Then Sang Israel." i/Kor memoral wrvio 11 a.m. Monday. The rabbi will speak on "Sww is Thi ir Memory." Rabbi Appelbaun, i ./kor m.i CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W, Third Ave.. Miami RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAH Conservative Services Friday evening, 6:30 p.m.. and Saturday num. The concluding davs of Passover will come Sunday evening at sundown. Rabbi Shapiro and tor Friedman will officiate. Passover services lbs. morning, men C til C ntor Micimian win uinnait. umn services liond.iv and Tuesday mornings. Students' Passover services, 10 a.m. Yirkor memorial services will lake place at 10 a.m Tuesday. Rabbi Shapiro's central theme for di ,n will be "Why We Fear Death." MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami RABBI MURRAY GRAUER REV. MAURICE MAMCHES Orthodox K.ih.il.is Shabbos, 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, %  a.m. it is the custom to read thi "Song of Songs' ,,,, the Intermediate Sabbath of Passover. Uabbi Grauecj ment on the custom of reading this soneofhm on th< Sabbath of Passover. Shimshon group, 4 p.m.| Sudos, 5:45 p.m. Passover services, 6:30 p.m. Sunday I he rabbi %  I preach on "Israel Sings" at services Monday mominj.1 r memorial services, 10 a.m. Tuesday Rabbi Graual will speak on "What Ought WRi n 301-311 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Washington Ave.. Miami Beach RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER Orthodox K idav evening services. 6:15 p.m. Adult Saturday! BS. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Meseheloff will speail Sum.of Freedom." Interm. (hate services ivl Junior congn Ration for boys anil .,.,.. .,,1 age. Id a.m Bible s | ection of S. I. Fr A Onei Shabbat will be "< l d a !, 6 M Pa ..., %  services. Sunday and tondwj M„ndaj ana Tuesday •• 8:30 am towi peak on "The Pric ol revd !" Y *£l nd "Two Worlds" Tuesday morning, vm .rjal services. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach \r B* I V.'IN ". T..FKRMA*I CANTOR BMANUEL BARKAN Conservative • ., -: %  . M^ Passover service. 9 a.m. Tuesday. W-kor men e, 10 30 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chcse Ave. at W St.. Miami Beach V e,zm\ RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KEL | Liberal Friday evening services 8:15 p.m. R "JJ! n S?1 will sneak on "Does Martyrdom Pay? m !" £Z eWI tl d % %  i inrsary of the battle oi the Warsa* -j ices, 10:45 a.m. i?.,hhi Kronis" Passov. i • ices, Sunday, at 5.30 m ill prea. h on "Passover Is Over. But Ih; ; On" at ...vi.es at 10:30 a.m. Monday, inu. ,„ been especially arranged for children ana ine J^M I i iii day of Passover services at n>- • %  ";.,, iisC M Yizkor memorial services. Rabbi Kronisti"'^ -A ., [ 8 Free—Those Who Live in the Past or Look to the Future?" thi league's council assisted by ment Mandate's comsnd anting the intention thi mandatory powers to conadn inisti ation of these teritories until other arrangements to between the United Nations and the mandatories. The solution was proposed by China ded by Britain. The Egyptian delegate, while ing the resolution, abI I HI voting because he said Ejjypt had certain reservations concerning the Mandate The Chi** tativc vu-ced the hope mate arrangements or dated territorial *" trusteeship P" ncip f Vlt< upon by the Cn.i Moshe Shertok. hj 'political ^partm C "> S Agency, h-ja 'is stayinc at "".,, the British mjssion^,, !The purpose ot w announced



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19, 1946 DAY. APR1L ^PALESTINIANS S SUSAN GANS J*nist,tk>ridlic*i, PAGE SEVEN Susan lire!) I SILVERMAN H Wenmnn -~ % %  Kllverman, 7. retired mur',.,,, c t "' p in. in, |,.,... .,,, | W | ntel V i a | tor ,,<„„ i„ m({ i 1 1 a r l-Hli announce 111 %  j I i nine years, died Sunday at In memory of her mother. M, > b. -wor^nciude Joseph Hart is extending the %  %  Riverside Me i K n,n l bbi Saul sent the body to Troy, nt; Myrna j hospitality of her restaurant to A raise funds for the Temple Belli F Gans has K* "^.nt of the Y UntI led .^f young Judaea itinisns. v Satur^,^1 o'clock in the •^h Jewish Center. ^aSETi etary;ThelI jfMaxine Sherry, tress...n coin sed of girls he ")UP. and 12 is 6" bee project. IT, MitiTtained VKchwithPalestmian Temple Library To Receive Funds From Luncheon DENNIS WEPMAN TO BE EAR MITZVA Obituaries KATZ Services for David Katz. 7'2. who died In a Miami llcach hosiiital last Thursday! were conducted Friday In Riverside Memorial chapel followed liy liuii.il In Ml. Nelio cemetery. Katz came to Miami Ileach from New York city eight yean ago, residing at 420 tCxpanola way. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lillian Katz, and a brother. iiuiv are inSholom Sisterhood's Children's vited to and Library at noon Wednesday. The the M | OWI event will be held at Pickin No torn being Chicken, 107 22nd st., Miami I issued. REIGEL Mi Members rea Junior leader of p and dai %  Sri! -**1 Shoiofsky. I Sachar To Address oai B'rith Youth iw AbramL. Sachar, national fetor of the B'nai B'rith Youth &ion.willbetheprincpa ker at a rally ol all B nai (ftyouth groups in Miami and toni Beach, I %  %  8:1 f Wednesday al Temple Israel. j] B'nai Brim J % %  %  ''oups, iuding AZA. BBYM, BBC. and mr, will atti : A program music will also bi presented. lilton Friedman, co-chairman the B'nai B'rith Youth com,ion for Florida, will act as jrman for the • vening. jj young peoj li who may be Tested but who are not affiliwitha B'n group are ited to the rally. Beach. Luncheon cards, mah jongg and door prizes will be included. Reservations, priced at S2 per person, are limited and may be placed with Mrs. Irving Becker, Dem eighth gi ade 11 ident at Shi nandoah Junior High sc hool. A ;i 1 le teaI th Frolics, luncheon chairman, at 5-3639, or riven by Iota Alp! I ty Mrs. Abe Solosko, co-chairman of !' the Hilli 1 house Saturways and means, at 5-1754. Mrs. d ,v Joseph F.nias, chairman of was.-, j,,; 1 1 re blue 1 11 %  and means, is also on the lunch,r,n ,.,.,,1 M ;, ot h y ]>,,„eon committee. pre ident, was Id 1 Ri Igel, ::•,, ot 511 15th si II 1 Heai h, 11. ci Saturday. She moved hen even yearn ago from New I • %  > Surviving ure five Hons, InJoheph, Irving and Sidney K • el, VI mil Bi ni h; one daughti r, hj Reigel, Miami Beach; one 1, oth< %  and four sisters, Includ-.ill f'hlnman, Ml ICsthei d Mi !• nnli Koch, all ol Miami T wai hi i>l MonIlivei 1.1. Memorial chapel with 1 1 li ici land cemetery. SCHUSTER ard 11 Hchusti H ..f 233 B. VV mil ave died lati Ki Iday in a hospital. Hi came from New York veai igo and leaves ids wife, M 1..1...1. SchU8ter, and two broServlcea were held Sunday in 1 •" d 'M chapel. GUTMAN The body of Manuel (lutman, 71. of 2014 Alton dr.. lias heen sent to Cincinnati for burial and service*. He died last Thursday In a hospital and came here two years ago from t'lnclnnatl, He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose I., flutman, a son. Herbert, both of Miami Beach; a brother, and four sisters, Funeral arrangements were made by Riverside chapel. FISCHELL William .1. Fischell, 77, died last W. %  dncsdav at his home, 227 3'ith St.. Miami Beach. He lame from New York city and leaves his wife. Mrs. Natalia Flannel. Services were held in Riverside Memorial chapel. WEISS Max Weiss, 31 died at his home, 12<>7 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. Tuesday Of a heart attack. He came here 10 years ago from Brooklyn. Surviving are two daughters, Mildred and Sandra Weiss. Riverside Memorial chapel has sent the body to New York. IDR. WILLIAM H. IVER (Formerly Dental S.irgeon. U. S. |Navy. Announces the opening of hit office for the practice of General Dentistry |Suite 304. M>5 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Office Hou-s: |l:00 to 5:00 and by Appointment Phone 5-1214 ^^ p^A^^yM* FULL LIFE READINGS NAMES, NUMBERS & FACTS | Psychic Medium Will Give ]fou Lucky Days and Numbers Guaranteed Life Readings Daily Take bus lo door N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4385 VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT A. WILLIAM MORRISON FLORIDA RAILROAD COMMISSIONER (Group One) (Statewide) Born and Reared in Florida Four Years a Member of State Board of Health (I'd i'nl l,h • • I Pi'I CONSTRUCTION APP'.IANCES REPAIRS SERVICE ELECTRICAL Unity Electric Co. s Inc. 128 5TH STREET, MIAMI BEACH CALL 5-4570 AFTER 6 P.M. CALL 3-0330 Proprietors: SIDNEY S. MARCULIES ard SAM JACOBS ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. 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M/tSBMmlBlnftKMRln&teMBKBK^mlllSMiBSIB^Mlmf^m %  PAGE EIGHT t 1 %  %  1 1 %  I > %  Workers to Receive Henrietta Szold Pins At Hadassah Dance Outstanding Junior Hadassah workers will receive Henrietta Szold recognition pins at ;i dance at 8:30 p.n Si rday in the Nt ptune room of the Robert Richter hotel. Miss Natalii Frankel, president, announces. Mrs. Alex Van Straaten, adviser to the group, will present the awai Tlio dance, to which dre nal, is op. n to the memb< rof tl.e oi n. Carnations will be ted. Arrangements tor the affair, I of a n i made by Miss %  %  All in, chairman; Miss Toby I man; Miss Drosd, : ments, and .' %  yn Dros i > %  C ests will include Mr. and Mr.-. Van Straaten, Mr! and Mrs Ab: Di and Mrs. i %  %  Mr. an I Mrs. •• Mrs. .: FRATORITY DANCE Arnall to Speak At Temple May 28 Gov. Ellis Arnall. speaking under the auspices of Town Hall of Men's club of Temple Israel 0 ( Miami, Florida, will appear or. lay, May 28, at 8 p.m.. at I e Israel, and not on May I viously stated. i subject of his address will be "The Shore Dimly Seen, which is the title of his new book. Tickets may be procured by T to| r I i ,'M • 1 %  I ;< • b : C %  Three Brothers Own Boys' Camp In Maine Three brothers, Martin, Edward and Paul Dibner, are owners of the "Tall Timbers" boys camp v. huh. will open July 1 for a nineweek season al Casco, Maine. In the camping Held for -' years, the brothers plan a ei swimming, in whii considered top-notch. sailing, fishing, tenms. arts and crafts and canoeing trips Junior and seni< i camps for boys Hen; nurse. d As the seating capacity W The camps Florida d< > t m •,,„„„,,. Town H,ll has requested • • tickets be procured at an n the service. .. ""• da vania, he served for h :,> ~" a lieutenant in the Navy and was DAD E CHAPTER USS r "" nJ 1 1 *' ..cTCOPFirFRq ..:.,„ H was hit by Japanese Lib 1 b Uf r l^tno last July. An artist and author, he served Mrs. Gertrude Lachs was reon the staff of the Miami Daily elected president of the Dade wrote a numchapter, National Children's Car. :. %  war acci mdiac Home, at a meeting last own illustrate ns Wednesday. novel "Journey for Jason." Elected with her were Mrs. was m the serCharles Raab, first vice president; $1,500 prize in the Mrs. Charles Manenthal, seconil tieth CenturyFox novel VU( president; Miss Roslyn King, -t July, and will be third vice president; Mrs. George i by Doubleday, Goldbeip, treasurer; Mrs. Oscar Thi rs are natives of Adler, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Rose, recording Mrs. Grossberg Heads AEPhi Alumnae Group Mrs Frederick S. Grossberg was elected dean of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae association at a recent meeting. Mrs. Jess Spirer was chosen to be secretary 'treasurer. The new officers are taking over organizational duties previously handled by Alpha Eta active chapter at the University of Miami, and pla nto contact al) loeal alumnae. Alumnae will be guests of Alpha Eta at a mother-daughter tea to be held in May. The group assisted the undergraduates at the fashion show and dansani presented Saturday at the Lord Tarleton. Miss Jackie Jennings was chosen the "Model University Miss" from a group of sorority representatives. Hostesses at the alumnae tea April 6 was Mrs. A. J. England. Guests included Mrs. Louis MARASH SPEAKSAT IWB CAMP SEMINAR Jack Marash, executiv,,,^ 1 of the Beach Y. n-turn^H .Friday after attending^ Camp seminar m Ati-, n he spoke on c^*£*l Representatives „f e io ht !" "* eastern communities'!"^ Most of them are L "** borne camp, for the ftJH to^e K N^Ue X Sld a sem.nar in organization and? ministration of day camp^ The meeting was arranged J Gus Jacobson, Jewish uw,*l board field secretary^ Kensky, Mrs. J. Lehman,^ Clementine Levy, Miss M vZ\ Sporberg, Mrs A. Horowitz J 1 Naomi Schwartz, Mrs. Grosb-i and Mrs. Spirei. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best c.irefor chronic lck. convalescent and elderly people SANF.L BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prices [ % %  vL.ircje Beautiful GroundinnH SEAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH secretary. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have ycur roof repaired new; you will snve on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenus PHONE 4-5860 MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor K Trustworthy Real Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acuts medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, druo and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Dirsctor and Prssidsnt 1881 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2 0243 9.1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guara ntee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER I 5-3444 I 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach Life Insurance Estatss Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Llfs Ins. Co. •07 Blscayns Bldo. Ph. 0-1414 or 4-9981 MME. AUGUSTA K. SMITH Licensed Electrologist Removing Superfluous Hair Warts and Moles Permanently Without Scar 1401 Alton Road Phone 5-1448 13 Years of Successful Practice In New York, New Jersey and Miami Recommended by the Medical Profession IT'S EASY TO SAVE BY MAIL and get Liberal Dividends on your Insured Savings Account Save Safely Save Easily Write for Details %£MF 1111 Lincoln Road Yi Block East oi Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resource. Over $10,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President TRULY NOLEN. President IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH, THESE VETERANS SPEAK .. In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regard to service men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration. CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave D h nV£^LE£ !" nnel of the armed forces $50 a month. VAT CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents ot men and women in the armed forces. PAT CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and Infant care for the wives and babies of enlisted men. PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men end oTthT" l CQrrY thCm through 9*** ol readjustment following the wom£ A ,!J A N WOr a k d Qnd VO,6d ,or the administration bill giving men and wTAtoT 6 f rCeS lhe righ to vote. PAT CASSSS W ? e ? an d VO,ed ,or toe American Legion's GI Bill of Right"to diTabK ed T** V ,ed for lhe bU1 which increased monthly pensions PAT CANNON eran8 u a !l d ,0 Wid0W8 and chll dren. vetlrans N Wodwd nd VO,ed lor ^creased pension, for World War ?L CA 5S N faSl an "*"* adyoc ^ fr ~ '***• f m en and woffleD cases 5ST2 Veterans" A 9 rT ed and proceMed !" 500 individual veterans' Plete relief Tw%7Z!fSSni ?1 ^^"^ "*" **** ZS and new ones are instituted Snost S^ Blmila **"' "" "" WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON



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APRIL 19, 1946 +Jewish rtcridlten PAGE NINE lie Group o Build Prl bee" -nPS.Sja.ion Beth by L B ponceiiation Hft*2 s lfd approximM. ly four Viongregation has iUtonBuclidave.DeU and Tenth its., ; "d %  funds are available. 'alreadyb.cn drawn. IJye Jacobson, presiteiVidehtt. first vice [Abraham Levitan, secI president: Mr. ISdMr.Kirnmel, Ginsberg heads the I committee, of winch Inholz b treasun [seating capacity of 1)0 tent quarters, the con_ forced to hold Lices in two s. to Rabbi Joseph E. 1 who is aiding the land who conducts the I for the conch %  w iU be h.: Monday and Tues|ings under the bbi Rachovskv. IN THE MAIL BOX An Open Letter to The Jewish Floridian SILENCE IS SANCTION OR APPROVAL I have noticed a tendency on the part of lay leaders (which, if permitted to continue, will become an ineradicable evil) to garb themselves in the hallowness of egotism—the "know-alls." I speak with the hope of re-awakening a true Jewish spirit. If taken in a contrary way, let their conscience answer their action! We have people in our midst who insist on calling their organizations Jewish and who profess allegiance to Judaism, but trample upon everything that is holy and sacred. We have people and organizations who did not think of Judaism beyond their own con[ venience and they place their [convenience above the mandates of their Judaism. If they are hurt, they denounce the rabbis. To Inaugurate hip Drive nice for young men will inaugurate the \p campaign of thi Emi chapter, B'nai B'rith, bight at the Beard Y, (to Dolly Pont, presiI to start at 830 p.m., will feature a rhumba kbug contest. Refreshbe served. )RRECTION last week's edition Irish Floridian ei ronethe Miami Beach aliary to thi Ji .vish PUBLISHED lABBI'S AITH Sermons fpe and Courage bbi Abraham A. Kellner |ce $2.50 •aham Book Fund Jth Ferry Street I N. Y. „*" fascinating to • '. none c(ost a r J IM ?r he ,,cr <" l*"o came here ij seek |JKHlt.Ai. eSS P" r ,r nt,n B the new. Wf*' ,n A ""' %  [wiMn'tpui out I %! '" ihi Available .it Burdine's Sears -Red Cross 1 ^rug Miami Doubleday ..! Doran ,"1 Mogull'g Bloom's Miami Beach S08 Poi. S3.50 p P BUSH-GCO. "* ""*" D.tro.t 1 If they hurt others, "It is for a good cause." they exclaim;— never mind that they trample upon the principles and ideals which must be upheld. These things are true and I say to you, my people, that such conditions must be remedied. It is painful and heart corroding! By all that is sacred, by all that is fine and ennobling in Jewish life, do not sneer and do not i smirk when I decry the callous; ness of the Jewish War Veterans Home for the Aged as having a meeting on Tuesday of this week. The meeting was held on Thursday. of Greater Miami for violating flagrantly and openly our Holy Sabbath by sponsoring a "prizefight" program last Friday night on Miami Beach. Where is the decency in Jewish life when a group calls itself Jewish" and proceeds to break everything by desecrating fundamental observances of our peo> Die. Where was the Chaplain of the Jewish War Veterans? If he was unaware (which is inexcusable) then he should resign in protest! All our laxity and looseness comes from the weakening of the Sabbath day. Individual economic excuses arc one thing, but collective destruction must be denounced. Smirk if you will, but don't dare destroy the sanctity of Jewish life. I am emphatic when I state that no organization bearing the name of "Jewish" dare open offices on the Sabbath or holidays for it reflects on the general Jewish community in our midst. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Final Book Event To Honor Mrs. Weinstein Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, book reviewer for the American Jewish Congress Friday Review Series, I will be honored at a dessert party |2 p.m. Thursday at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, Mrs. Max Meisel, chairman of the series, announces. The event will also mark the conclusion of the series for this year. Mrs. Weinstein, who is cultural education chairman for the Greater Miami chapter, will render a surprise dramatic presentation. All subscribers will be admitted without charge, Mrs. Meisel states. Other guests will be charged a nominal fee, but each member who brings one or more new members will be welcomed free of charge. The affair is open to the public. HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE An open house in celebration of Passover will be held at 2400 S. W. 21st st. Sunday afternoon from 2 till 5 p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Edith Mink of Club No. 1, Pioneer Women's organization, and Mrs. Rose Melinson of the Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer Women. The public is being invited. REVIEW SCHEDULED Edward Clarke, University of Miami faculty member, will review Claud Bowers' "The Young Jefferson" at the Spinoza Forum, 124 11th st., Miami Beach, at 3 p.m. Saturday. 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% %  PAGE TEN Jewlstflorlctlar !" *AY3 Navy Veteran Opens Legal Office At Beach Harold Shapiro, Naval Reserve lieutenant, recently released from active duty, announces the opening of offices for the general practice of law in the Sterling bldg., 927 Lincoln rd. Prior to entering the service, Shapiro practiced law in Milwaukee and was general counsel foi TO CHOOSE OFFICERS Annual elections of Beth Jacob congregation officers win be held Saturday evening at 8 p.m., according to an announcement made this week. David Goldstein is at present president of the synagogue. other One and a half hours of each will be devoted to to He^;,;;; : tl c l 1 uiH.r 1 ,a,fhou^o %  ewish customs and rituals. He S seiion w,u be fa* at the MJOC Talmud Torah, 546 S.W. Thud St., P-m. April 29. The course is open to the public. MJOC. Miami Y Sponsor Adult Hebrew Course A course in Hebrew and Jewish customs for adults will be offered by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and the Miami V beginning April 29, ac cording to a joint statement made by the organizations this week. 'College text books will be used lor the course which will be %  taught by Rabbi Murray Gi I with methods used foi teaching I Education Bureau Names Heiman For Presidency Lou,.Heiman was nominated e-election to the presidency of the Bureau of Jewish Education at a meeting ol the board of directors lasl Thursday. Al.v> named on the slate, to be LEGAL NOTICES the motion picture industry in Wisconsin and upper Michigan NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Pile %  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN r. \V. 1'I:.\M:Y and DAISY I'ENNti, nee of Oil :' South Miami Tax Ci ten Miniti. :. i 12-2 and da} of ine, A. V MII| Cerl i ft and h ive made application foi lax d. %  d .. : .. • accoidance with Cei i %  bed l elected in May, were Leon Kaplan, for vice president; Max Meisel, treasurer, and Mrs. Maurice Sager, secretary. Nominations were made by Benjamin M e y e r s, committee chairman; Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs. Louis Glusser. Abraham P. Cannes, executive director, presented his second annual report, copies of which are available at the bureau's office m the Congress building. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES HEREBY GIVEN that XHTIi'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that || jeralgned, desiriiiK to eiiKKKe In under the flctl tloue name of l-l !; %  ; I suN AXll WRH5IIT, at 107 |N. K let AV., Suite MS, Miami. Kla., 'iiiit'iid to legisti-r mild name with the I ;.ii, of the Circuit Court of Dadu i 'ounty. Floi Ida. PAUL B. WRIGHT \\ ALTER K. HOIUIA WILLIAM B. BLAIR WILLIAM II'ALI/OT, Attorney for rvtltlonor. NOTICE IS HEREB1 uivt* in.. 2 i4 ConsreM Bldg gage in .O.IJ.JJJ :,'3-lU ihe flotli [ —— ; HOTEL, %  l ''-': ,y '' 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE: Intend! t'< with the Clerk > %  ( l I, Mlai itid i lit Dad. County pro E FISCHER. JR.. \ |i iLA E FISCHER, Partner*. LEON KAPLAN'. f for A I.-12-19-: For one year from July. 1945, he was stationed at Key West in Dad. County, r where he was legal officer for f South Ml I %  I ; i". Ida, as embraced In ferine new Bunienl ol the said wiled .iIn the na me Cre '.;• tt. Lot IS, D • r I .arid ..i Pal e 105. In the I • .ith Miami, i %  %  of p rld as embraced i 'el Th. a -• men! ol .• %  .,• • %  %  : v. of Ted I • %  L'nless wild C tlficat. hall b. I,. • riling to law, tax d. • d • • day of -.' %  \ D 191" i ted th a 27th day of Man h, A, D 1946. K B I.i: VTHERMAN. i %  cii u • Court, Dade %  inty, l" i Ida. units at Boca Chica, Miami, and Banana River. Fla., and San Julian. Cuba. During that time he was marie an honorary member of the K. •. West police department. While in service, he published a booklet on how to try sun court martial and deck court cases in the Navy. A recommendation was sen! to the judge ac!\ general that the bo. kl< I b( throughout the fleet by legal offici In addition to being admit! the Florida and Wisconsin bars, authorized to practic; b. I a] courts, the [rcasury \ STERRETT. D.C. department, tax court of the is. : 1.5-12-19-26 the interstate commerce commis~ NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN that sion and the veterans' administra• %  ... ,. j ... < t lon THE TIETZE ASSOCIATES, al 211 In Milwaukee he was president < 1: •,., street, Miami, Fla., of the MiKvnikee division of the "-1 % %  I ran., with th. Clerk ot the iViiiwauKec arvuiun UIUKI, the ,. lr ,., H Court ,,, ,,. l(lL county, American Jewish Congress, Alpha Florida. Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Kappa Mu Rho law fraternity and Congregation Anshe Sfard and was active in B'nai Biith and other Jewish organizatii ns. Hi US., acting chaplain in Key Wist and conducted religious serand lectures at Congregation B'nai Zion. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES thai a 1 engage 111 name "f Till VET APPAREL ill '• N |: 2nd lAvv.. M Intends I th. Dad. Lounty, IRV1NC1 RORMAN II VRRY ZPKERXICK, r.-i ; || I.I, Federation Decreases Office Personnel p. %  %  11 1 EDWARD TIETZE. El Till M. TIETZE. LEON KAPLAN, \ %  N. •. U-B IS lli:l:ii ) I EN IhM lo 1 ngage In riotltlou %  irae of SHERM VNS M \RKI al • \ I. .1 vv, • • .1 Int. ndi i" %  : 1 'lerk of Court ol Dade C ntj ZINI.EL SHERMAN. a ;. 1>u ner, NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN that %  • %  '' cngag. In uud. r i nai CAPITOL CIGARETTE A: CICJAIt M VCHINES .11 : II Mh Stre. t, Miami 1 1, Kla., Intend I register Bald th. Clerk of the Circuit : 1 -.. i C.mnty, Florida. RAPH VE. >L Ql'INTANO. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Attori j foi Ap|ili< n( 1 1 -IS KN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In but nen under the fictitious name of I1KACH FOOD CENTER, at 1421 Washington Ave., Miami Reach. Fla., intend lo register said name with the Clerk .'f the Circuit Court of Dade County. Ki"i'id i. JOSEPH EHRLICH NATHAN EHRLICH DAVID HROOKS B. MAX GOLDSTEIN, Attorney for Applicants 3/22-29 4/5-12-U NOTICE IS 1IERE11Y tllVEN that the undersigned, .1. siring to engage in business under the fic-tltlous naroe of 10MEORT-EASE COUCH COMPANY al 1637 S. W. 27th Avc.. Miami. Kla., Intends to register Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SIDNEY HYMAN. :: 22-J9 4/5-12-H NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In under the fictitious name ol SOl'THERN I.Afyl'KRS COATINtlS CO., at Miami, Florida. Intend register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IRA S. LEVY LOUIS WINTER ', 22-29 1 T.-12-19 LEGAL NOTICE NiiT^—"* My^XSJ ,AC COCI* V-12 :' % %  :• %  ; s/l bueln. 1 %  ,' "•' '"pniu'J EU a to*S!?*b5i County. |-|,„i,|,;" cul ComJ K.VINq KOPPE,. HK.N PHILIP .' Attorn, v for \„.ii 1 !j'M'Plicani, ,, N '" : : : > HKIU: m Ha.. Intend to r !" i'" With th. '!•:!<,/,% %  CLBM MYBR80M ISAAt^'i'oFVp^ APMCWI NOTICE IK iFERiiT the undersigned, demnu ',"."'"" %  fictlth JERSEY FOOD CESTK? n A v. Miami ii.Jh '" %  I nami of the Cli ill Court of Hoi Ida MILTON x nmSff 1 Attori ?j lor Applies 4 B-12-19-21 .1 3 ( A reduction in office personnel of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has been announced by Morris Klass. executive director. "The campaign is in the past and I want to take this oppor-1 tunity to thank the members of ( the Federation staff for the excellent work and co-operation which helped make it a success," he stated. Those employed by Federation during the Combined Jewish Appeal drive, who have left the office, ars Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, office manager; Helen Shapiro, publicity director; Helcne FolkIE .' U"RT OF THE COKNTY JCDOE, STATE OP FLORIDA, DADE COUNTY No NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. 1 %  • r R E ATRICE Ri IRF.NRTOfK TANENRAUM, formerly BE%  E R. 'SENSTOCK, Deeei Notle. I v • %  %  I iv.-n thai I : %  r. !•' %  (-! at ^dmli I• 1 of BE VTRICE R. ISENK TANENRAUM formerly BEATRICE ROSENSTOCK, deeeai %  1 have filed my petition for fin-,1 ind thai "n the 11M1 da\ 194s. I will apply to the Hm F inton. County .1 idge 11 u. Floi Ida, f %  11 fli I report J I for I n idn : %  i • II This 1th d CHARLES M, TANENRAUM, Adn WILLIAM L. r\I.T.r,T. Attornej I 1214 Con • in.la Mlnml I' : 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai Ign. d, d< -.' Ing lo ngnge In under the fictitious name of MARTI.VS, ..' I6.'.2 N. W ISth Street, Miami. Fla., Intends to register said %  i • Clerk of the Circuil Court of I lade Ci intj FI01 Ida. MAX SCHWARTZ. Soh '\\ ner \S.\ VC JOFPE, Mtorni y f"i Appli. anl %  29 1 5-12 19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In undei the fictil lous name of FLORIDA BUSINESS SERVICE at in N 1: %  Ivenue, Ml iml, PI 1 ntend 1 ler said name w tli the 1 f th. circuit Court "f I lade Ida IRVINO ELFMAN PAUL ELPMAN I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that [he und. n Ign. I, d. -1 ins; t. • AMEO I'HARM \C\ on Av, %  •• 1 1 '. '• EIiW VRn EHR1 nil man, Lila Goodglass, Mrs. M. J.IMYERS ^'ii'i'V''\ \'" : Kopelowit7, Florence Miller and Jack Birnman. Still with Federation arc Mrs. Fay Oliver, bookkeeper: Reva Slotchiver and Eileen Cowen, stenographers, and Louis Margulies, Nancy Rlnck, Augusta Shapiro. Margot Fine and Mrs. Norman Freeman. '12-19-26 NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tl .1 the ui Miami Avenu. Miami B. %  h. PI 1 nt. %  cull Court of D ,. LEON KAPLAN RENAT0 % %  =V1 I/I! GOVERNOR TO SPEAK AT DRUG CONVENTION Gov. Millard Caldwell will address the Florida State Drug convention at its session Thursday afternoon at the McAllister hotel, according to Philip Steir. president of the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical association. The convention, which will extend from Tuesday through Thursday, will hear an address of welcome dehsl^B^s^lav^r Perrine Palmer, $r% Tuesday. ^ r 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-, Y-TIL 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" NE OmCUUY KPKSOIT TK MAJOHn OF NMnan JEWISH FL'KRAL KOHfS In/wmolion Gladly fuinahtd en Ktquttt SERVING MIAMI BEAM t MIAMI Exclusively Jewish County, Florida • 1 5U ?l? NET VMAN NOTICK IS •he iidiVi^ H gS*5Sa2ST neai unier th. i..o e '" 6 'siMWAVsVwo'sHOp'.t^ p.m., r! KOROE CHERTKOF & le wn9 ". 1M Wathinaton Kn, Miami Beich THOS. M. BURNS, JR. Funeral Director ABE EI8ENBERO, Trj U rtr la Mew York: 78th Si. and Amsterdam A. ^@ 4JM94/lA*Ct •1 NOTj.K IS IIKKEBTU, the ..,] '-' %  the llrlitial MIAMI \H.I:.-.\NTI!,E r 1 Mian I, orlda, intend %  aid with the Cltj cult % %  • %  ol I '.ide f 3 '22-29 JOHN HKXX i 1 12-1J IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MONUMENT "Miami's Oldest and I Operated M SIDNEY H. PA You need no 6 to 10 months ia| monuments. We 1 1 ci: c e selection mediate delivery. All Styles ol Hd Lettering and! Phone For an Appoii 3279 S. W. 8th I Opposite Woodlawn MOUNT NEB THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building Phone Mount Sinai Memorial H MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEiMETWJ ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE %  D' Gr MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Jacob, Affiliate Congregations: Beth David. Bern m Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesea w For Furthr Information Phone 9-2664, 44922 OW i^^^>^^W^^W PALMER FUNERAL CHAPI PHONE 9 RR /' 8 E R V I N G !" E JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER. Funeral Dlr^r" —— '—** %  m *+•****+****,



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19, 1946 Uew AJC to Hold First Tea JewJsiJhrMtor) PAGE ELEVEN m Wednesday at Ae* a *v will inaugurate acl* M "7 the newly formed Mi%  tivities chapter of the American n ^rwress, Women's divijevdsh Congie__ George K.jTtSpowry president. cherlk ;< h e been sent out, EWE i-s invited, Mrs. ^^U^-afternoon will KTSS2 Mrs. Ida Comr?S temporary secretary; Sfk EX. i" idL,nt of h th Kr Miami chapter, which fat the Beach: Mrs. Louis |£ r a n d Mrs. Philip Salmon, K the Beach group. The program will include a talk on "Democracy in Action" by Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, cultural education chairman of the Greater Miami chapter, and a skit depicting the functions of the AJC. The new group was organized several weeks ago under the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Wise, presidents of the national Men's and Women's divisions of the Congress. Mrs. Leslie, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, and Mrs. Ann Meyers Weinstein were instrumental in founding the 'Miami chapter. Beth Sholom Members | To Elect Officers Election of officers and reMrt j of committees are on the agenda of Temple Beth Sholom which *iH hold its annual general membership meeting at 8 p, m Wednesday. Council for Judaism ISchedules Dinner %  Rabbi Carl Hiram of West Ipalm Beach will be guest speaker Iat a dinner to be held by the lAmerican Council for Judaism, IfSouth Florid., chapti r, 7 p.m. %  Wednesday at the Downtown I club. Around tab! ission on the laims of the Council will follow Ithe dinner. Benjamin Bronston, (president of the chapter, is chair|man. Over 100 members of the aponpo s Sa ipv inh Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Fierier St., Miami .-ingtotheb*^ authorities, the mlnii mum daily A, D and H Complex ViUmin re-, quircmentsof the vr-< age person are: m A 1.000 l!SP ValS. d Jl ; SP Units, BTSJI "wimateiT l(lmia r r ,M and W o0l *f B CmJi ri, ^!'rcd amounts foJ PNE-A-DAY B AND &chO.VE n!i IT ,* MIN TABLETS D Tablet ct,K DA X v 'tnun A and "IP daily ^S" 11 3 ,han the, mini-i S"N Thi. D AY Vitamin H fi*4|•rSi£ mtau *U mini" 'J?5 iffRASft" B ViUmins. NEW TEEN-AGE GROUP TO HOLD FIRST SOCIAL First social affair of the newly organized teen-age group will be held in the social hall of Temple Beth Sholom at 8 p.m. Saturday. Dancing and refreshments will be featured. All young people between the ages of 15 and 17 are invited. The new group was formed by high school students last Sunday. Carol Solomon was elected temporary chairman and Marilyn Goodman, temporary secretary. MSL Outlines New Program Converting to a peacetime schedule, the Miami Service league is making plans for rhumba and calisthenics classes and scout leadership, according to an announcement made by Mrs. George Chertkof, president. Veterans and their wives will be honored at the first rhumba in Monday evening, April 29, at the Miami Y. Veterans who wish to attend are asked to call Mrs. Chertkof at 3-7223. On the following evening, MSL will inaugurate its women's calisthenics group at the Y. Mrs. A. Silvers has been appointed chairman of the project. Mrs. Bernie Sterling has been named chairman of the league's scouting project which will be concerned with the formation and supervision of Brownie and Girl Scout troops at the Y. League 1 members will be given a scoutmaster training program in order to undertake the project. Recent work of the group included preparation of Passover food packages for hospitalized servicemen and veterans and the manning of ticket booths for the Leonard Rose concert. The league, which holds its regular meetings on Monday evenings at the Y, will conduct its next session April 29. MEN'S CLUB SLATES VOTING FOR MONDAY w kn vnVTi. "'outer B PWWS v '*in. compar. C? h lU rZ l3 nv c nfo !" to thai tSj—vSSu ,J*'"reiMnU, Sea local district are expected to attend, according to Harry Boyell, secretary. Moving We Sare You Money Collins Transport a Trading;, Ins. n N. r.. MBD ST. Phone 3-0789 Election of officers and a board of directors for the coming year will highlight the meeting of the Temple Israel Men's club, to be held at 8:15 p.m. Monday evening at the Temple. Following the business meeting, refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. Ask Housewives To Buy Items For Europeans "Buy an Extra Item" is the call that B'nai B'rith Women are issuing to Miami housewives as a reminder of the less fortunate in Europe. The organization has placed the "Buy an Extra Item" signs on boxes in a number of local stores to collect canned goods, medical supplies and baby layettes for war survivors. Collection boxes have been set up at the Tip Top and Tanner's groceries and Kiel's bakery on West Flagler street, the Sunshine Curb market at 300 S. W. Eighth ave., and the Beach Y. Mrs. S. J. Covner is chairman of the collection project. I 4 Re-elect Incumbent C. W. PETERS to State Legislature (Group Three) Stands on His Record There Is No Substitute for Experience Pd. Political Adv. 110 E. FLAGLER ST. Lorraine Arcade Room 202 S. J. DESTRO FUR CO. To Protect Your Fun —Know Your Furrier Phone 9-3373 FORMERLY OF MIAMI FURRIERS Certified Cold Storaae • Repairing Remodeling Cleaning • Glazing FREE PICKUP SERVICE BY BONDED MESSENGER MEMBER OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FUR STORAGE REPAIRS REMODELING CLEANING and GLAZING All Work Done on the Premises MIAMI FURRIERS Miami's Largest and Most Reliable Furriers 33 N. W. 1st St Telephone 2-5720 NEWY0R FLORIDA Trans-Caribbean's 21-Passenger De Luxe DC3 Airliners • RADAR EQUIPPED g m /Tl • DELUXE RECLINING SEATS ~~^~ kUli'"*"'' "" m STEWARD SERVICE • COMPLIMENTARY MEALS Unscheduled flights for your added convenience. For reservations and information for individual chartered passage or complete chartered plane, call 3-3455. PASSENGER DIVISION AIR CARGO LINES, INC. 304 E. Flagler Ph. 3-3455 TRANS-CARIBBEAN *Z&efa&rtd/f faacA DIXIE KfCAPPING Certified Recapping with StIBERLING materials. Quality construction and econorriy..Prompt service. Come In we'll tell you frankly If your tires should be recapped. And .we'll -repair %  mall euta and bruise* before they do real damage. SEIBERLING Recap Material plua DIXIE workmanship will add many thousand* of mile, to your %  mooth tlrea. S CONVENIENT LOCATIONS "SS^ FLORIDA'S ONLY witTHXIS TIRE C? %/ SflKLkLlNb TIRES This Is America's Southernmost Horse Racing Center ADMISSION Clubhouse S2.SO Grandstand $1.15 (tax included) THOROUGHBRED RACING Nationally-Famous Horses and Jockeys Compete for Major Honors PHONE 2-6133 MIAMI v. Fir^Sl 5327 N. M.om. Av 1539 N w i "i" ** MIAMI BEACH 1840 745 | iflli Si 'Convenient terras can be arranged DAILY DOUBLE 1st and 2nd RACES Posl-time 21\ M. %  -< Lorated on Bird Koaovesf of Bill more Tower r %  %  1. 'i : I A ;



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H^^M '&&& %  1 I PAGE TWELVE Zionists to Attend Training Institute Selection of delegates to a Zionist institute and arrangements for the selection of candidates for the Brandeis camp institute were made by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission at a recent special meeting in the offices of S. A. Goodman, chairman. i Local representatives who will attend tht institute for training Zionist leadership in Savannah April 26-28 are Miss Dorothy Susman, of Junior Hadassah: the Misses Miriam Feit, Toby Cooper and Shirley Barnett, Young Judaea leaders, and Harold G. Shapiro, of Masada. Dr. Shlomo Bardin. executive director of the national Zionist Youth commission and director of the Brandeis camp, will be principal speaker. Mrs. George Cohen has been named chairman of the committee which will select campers to attend the Brandeis institute in July and August. Located in Winterdale, Pa., the camp is designed to train future Zionist leaders. Persons Interested in attending the camp may contact Mrs. Cohen or her committee members: Harold G. Shapiro. Natalie Frankel.1 Emanuel Stadlin and Mrs. M. Lesowoder. At the commission meeting Mrs, Lesowodei reported on Young Judaea work, of which she is chairman. Reports were also given by Miss Frankel, pn of Junior Hadassah: Mr. Shapiro, of Masada, and Mr. Stadlin, Habonim. +jelst[krjdto!L Dr. Kaplan To Conduct Institute Of Judaism Dr. Jacob" H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, has been asked to conduct an instij tute of Judaism for the Christian ministers of Jacksonville on May 7. The subjects for his two lectures are "The Philosophy of Judaism" and "The Ethics oi Judaism." Rabbi Kaplan is president of the Association of Rabbis of the State of Florida, which will meel in Jacksonville on April 28-30. He is also president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical association. DRINK PLENTY OF CT^ripure ^ Water DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c 5-GALLON BOTTLE 70c Plu Bottle Deposit) PHONE 2-4128 PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK .. No Job Too Large or Too Small Estimate* Cheerfully Given • PHONE 3 6924 • Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court COMMITTEE TO AIR TAX GRIEVANCES The Florida Citizens Tax committee will hold its fourth public hearing at 10 a.m. Wednesday at of Florida's tax problems Mem|H S want to hear frank state_ !" &AY. APRIL 19, 194$ opportunity fn7b^ air the.r grievance, a £ ? taxes. If anv taxes are Stat detrimental to industry ^ development of cowmen? J committee should bo i#" ^ Railcy declared. m,orn *d; 101 East Flagier St. Miami 30, Florida Organized 1902 Officers WILEY R. REYNOLDS President H. BLAKE OLIVER Finl Eiecuti'e Vkt President J. G. LEYBOURNE Vice President CARL MEEKS Vice President WILLIAM C. HILL Kice President HARRY G. RETALICK Vice President CHARLES E. BUKER Vice President CHARLES E. KLUGH Vice President C. RUSSELL SOHN Vice President ROBERT M. McD\NALD Vice Presides! R. M. DOYLE Kiea President CLARENCE C. NIELSON V,ce President H. FRANK NORTHROP Cce President OLIN G. SYMONS Vice President DAVID B. ALTER, JR. Vice President and Trust Ottictr O. E. ROUSH Coi^/f t M. E. STEPHENS ^ssijfonf Vice President WINTON M. WRIGHT Assistant Vice President WILLIAM B. CATOE Assisicnl Vice President LEWIS G. BRANNING Assistant Vice President HOWARD A. TYLER Assistant Vice President ROBERT H. MAYO Assistant free President EDNA A. LINDBLOM Assistant Vice Presiaent ERNEST G. GEARHAR". Assistont Vice President J. M. ASHMAN BYRON L. RAMSING Assistant Caih'er TORRENCE J. TROUT Aitiitant Cosmic JOHN G. FUZZARD Assistant Cashier RAYMOND RINGDAHL Assistant Cosher WILLIAM H. REMPE Aiiisfant Cashier JOHN PASCALIS Assistant Cashier F. B. COOGLER, JR. Aaiitant Cashier PEG C. DEVLIN Aaiitant Cashier LAURA B. MORGAN Assistant Cashier ARTHUR McCORMACK Assistant Cashier of Miami STATEMENT OF CONDITION APRIL 2, 1946 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks $ £SS2 U. S. Government Securities 85.466.830.51 i vemment Obligations State and Municipal Bonds 170.336.61 I .: %  : Exempt Marketable Corporation Bonds 560,996.89 Ai! Listed en the New York Stock Exchange Other Foreign Bonds Non# i Total Cash and Securities Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms and Corporations 3,308,121.18 Al! in the U. S. A. 74% of our loans are secured by U. S. Government Bonds, Government Contracts, Securities, Commodities, and Cash Surrender Vclue of Life Insurance Policies, all based en present day valuation. First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 390,853.53 Total Loans and Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures Banking House Other Real Estate Federal Reserve Bank Stock • First National Holding Corp. Stock Accrued Income Receivable Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources Overdrafts Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital (Common Stock) $ 3.000,000.00 Surplus 600.000.00 Undivided Profits and Reserves 1.341.493.89 Capital Funds and Reserves Letters of Credit DEPOSITS i Demand — 92% %  $107,135,415.78 Time — 8% 9,782.829.29 V.'e pay 1% per annum on Time and Savings Deposits under $5,000 and 1/2 of 1 % over $5,000. Total Deposits Total Liabilities • --~*< $116,430,504.70 3.698,974.71 138.551.44 700.300.00 76.002.80 108,000.00 300,000.00 294.658.07 112.640.07 107.17 16,501.24 $121,876,240.20 S 4,941.493.89 16.501.24 $121,876,240.20 GEORGE E. WHITTEN President, Burdint'i, Inc. PAUL R. SCOTT '"" l Kffi' Tj5* i & 52 No ." W ,8 "••>•"> Loftm, Anderson. Scott. "•**, American National Bank at Miami McCarthy &. Preston. Attorneys u,., w JOHN E. FENN W,LEY *• REYNOLDS President, Orange Slate Oil Co. r ''•"'<'•;'. WW National tank or MJomi WM. P. MOOTY CWm00 ""'. *"• National Bonk* Uiami President The franklin Prest Inc. u/ll PY D innioi -.C B. CHINN W,LEY R REYNOLDS, JR. Fmident. 7he Belcher Oil Company !" fr *Hdtnt, W. R. Reynold, 6 Co. Facilities AvailabU to Banks. Corporations and Individuals COMMERCIAL BANKING COLLECTION nFPARTMFNT BANK BY MAO. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS FOREIGN MMSS&V ESCROW DEPARTMENT CUSTODIAN ACCOUNTS COMMERCIAL.LOANS TRUST DEPARTMENT PERSONAL CHECK SERVICE SAvSoS ACcSSSS 5? S. SAVINGS BONDS MEMBERS FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPOlATI^ ——l*i r><^or* %  H. BLAKE OLIVER KOOSEYELT C. HOUSER rVoiloW. Florido *W Morfaoj. b %  ERT C. TEED ,„ e j t .c. Finl 1/ let Fr,i., Finl National lo* %  COMER J. KIMIALL F,„id,nt, C. J. Klmbofl CoVic. Fra.idont, W. It. HV"lds CHARLES G. MAN?.. Fraiidanl. t'dd Ftopartret.


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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 19, 1946

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:00950

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 19, 1946

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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>^THE JEWISH UNITY F
6"7& THE JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIT. ig iqar
PRICE TEN CENTS
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CUT
5!
I Jewry is being urged to
1 annual dinner spon-
y the Miami Zionist dis-
which Gov. Millard Cald-
executive of the state
rida, will be principal
The event, a testimonial
, honor Combined Jewish
workers, will be held
lv evening at Lilley's res-
37 Biscaync blvd.
is of the affair are ear-
r the Zionist i xpansion
the Jewish National
..A workers will be sin-
; for honors foi their cf-
[raising funds l" rehabili-
ijlaced Europeans in Pales-
dition to the gov\rnor's
i program will feature
(lections by Bernie Mayer-
I vocal numbers by Evelyn
bother artist is also sched-
appear.
nations are limited, ac-
to Harry Gordon. chair-
Id may be obtained by
Mr. Gordon at 9-1436;
| Sootin, president of the
istnet. at 3-1589. and Mrs.
Schwartz, 2-1864.
Asks U. S.
lo Recognize
lordan State
pXGTON (JTA)Accus-
tm of "sabotaging" the
African Commute of In-
estine "by presenting
the independence of
N as a fait accompli,"
pative Emanuel Celler,
p Democrat, on the floor
House has introduced a
pt resolution asking that
fM States government
recognition of Trans-
' an independent tate
P| all members of the
Faons to take a similar
I T IkiOOiHTON
Statc or Flohioa
Exccurive Dtp.B.K,,,
TALLAHASSEE
April 13, 19^6.
Mr. Harry Cordon, Vice-president,
Hlaal Zionist District,
710 Southwest Twelfth Avenue,
Miami, Florid*.
Dear Mr. Cordon:
I am happjr to have beon able
to arrange 07 schedule so that I could
accept the gracious Invitation to be
present at your district banquet meeting
t Lilley's Restaurant, 829 Blsciyne
Boulevard, Miami, on Thursday evening,
April 25th at seven o'clock.
I am looking forward with
pleaaur* to the event.
Strikes Paralyze Palestine;
Refugees End Protest
Palestine this week was the center of several strikes and
the scene of political activity which held the attention of of-
ficials end peoples throughout the world. Jewish trade, industry
and transport were paralyzed this week and Jews throughout
the country fasted in a demonstration of sympathy with the
1.040 Jews detained aboard the Italian motor ship "Fede" at
La Spezia, Italy.
Palestine was virtually cut off from the rest of the world as
a general strike of communication workers paralyzed postal,
telegraph, telephone and radio facilities.
The Palestine Broadcasting Ser-
Clncerely,
Governor.
HTCiSOO
THIS IS A REPRODUCTION of a letter received by Harry
Gordon, Miami Zionist dinner chairman, from Gov. Millard
Caldwell, who has accepted an engagement to speak for the
Zionists Thursday evening.
FLORIDIAN TO CLOSE
MONDAY. TUESDAY
Beach Zionist
Event to Feature
Noted Reporter
Edgar Ansel Mowrer, famed
foreign correspondent and news-
paper columnist, will address the
annual dinner meeting of the
Miami Beach district, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, at the
Victor hotel on April 25.
The officei and plant of The
Jewish Floridian will be closed
on Monday and Tuesday, April
22 and 23, the concluding days
of Passover. All copy for next
week's edition mutt be in by
noon Wednesday.
Non-Sectarian Croup
To Aid UJA Drive
U. S., Russia Block
Jews Fleeing Europe
VIENNA (JTA)American
military authorities have closed
the U. S. zone of Germany to
Jews fleeing Eastern Europe, it
was revealed here by Bronislaw
NEW YORK (JTA)The form-
ation of a non-sectarian group
"to enlist the support of all Amer-
icans regardless of creed for the
destitute remnant of the Jews
overseas," was announced here
this week by Edward M. M. War-
burg, chairman of the 1946 cam-
paign of the United Jewish Ap-
peal of Greater New York. The
committee will be headed by
Nelson A. Rockefeller.
The organization of the com-
mittee was prompted by the de-
sire of many non-Jews to take
an active part in the campaign to
help refugees and displace Jews,
Mr. Warburg said, adding that
'"they felt very strongly that this
effort is not for Jews alone, that
all mankind must share the re-
solution emphasized that
If on is a "violation of
fj"ms | *e mandate
l*** which includes
F and also violates the
TOi convention of
W protects the rights
' omens in all of
."Jiding Transjordan,
J P^ludes unilateral
rlcrms ^e
FREEHOLDERS
P BOND ISSUE
?;>S-ralio
3241vtd ^ issu
^ h bonds for
V1 sanitarv Sl.,..,...
constr
Teichholtz, director of the Com-
mittee for Transient Jews. He sponsib.lity for saving the sur-
1 ... viving Jews overseas,
also disclosed that the Russians'
have prohibited the passage of
transports of Jews across the
Slovak-Hungarian border.
Teichholtz said that he had been
informed by the Displaced Per-
sons division of the U. S. forces
jn Austria that as of April 1,
transports from Vienna to DP
camps at Salzburg and Linz in
the American zone are prohibited.
No explanation was given except
that the order had come from
higher levels.
Despite all obstacles, an aver-
age of 700 Jews arrive here week-
ly, and with egress from the city
barred, it is impossible for the
Jewish community to house them.
Consequently, the U. S. military
authorities have set up additional
facilities to accommodate the
2,000 refugees now in the city.
The Jews had been receiving
A capacity attendance is indi-
cated for Thursday night's meet-
ing, scheduled for 6 p.m.. accord-
ing to Jack Burris, acting presi-
dent of the district.
Mowrer, foreign correspondent
for the Chicago Daily News, was
expelled from Nazi Germany
after rocking the world with his
revelationary dispatches of Hit-
ler's activity. His crisp, graphic
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
vice went off the air when tech-
nicians and engineers joined in
the strike of postal employees
which w&s proclaimed earlier in
Tel Aviv and is rapidly spreading.
Government civil service work-
ers, including Arabs and Jews
alike, who quit work Tuesday,
further paralyzed her internal
services. Fifty thousand workers
were idle.
The general stoppage, called
after separate strikes by postal
and telegraph workers, railway
employees and stevedores, was
staged to enforce demands for
higher pay, exclusion of British
personnel from specified civil ser-
vice jobs, and for better working
conditions.
Only the police, public health
nurses and water employees con-
tinued working. The strike was
the first joint Jewish-Arab walk-
out of major proportions. The
civil service workers include
Jews, Arabs, Greeks, Armenians
and others.
The general strike was orderly,
without picketing.
Thirteen leaders of Palestinian
Jewry continued their hunger
strike to protest the refusal of
British authorities to admit the
La Spezia refugees to Palestine.
There was a constant flow of
visitors, both individuals and del-
egations, to the courtyard of the
Jewish National Council's build-
ing, where the strikers are quar-
tered, and although the latter are
weakened, they are reported to
be in good spirits and in generally
good physical condition.
In La Spezia the more than
1,000 Jewish refugees who are
being held aboard the Italian
ship "Fede," and prevented from
proceeding to Palestine, this week
ended their hunger strike, which
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Cello Concert by Miamian to Conclude Series
i ink an average of 2,500 calories daily,
9 but as of last week, their rations
were cut to 1,100 daily, which is
far below subsistence level. The
daily menu consists of one cup of
coffee, two bowls of thin soup
and less than one ounce of bread.
iThe JDC is supplementing this
te> "26,373
-e^y to authorize
*iWVotefortn
- iSSSw"
7-l.
e*PnsionV7uld('Walk'diet to the best of its ability, but
' to 1. ,the refugees are going hungry.
The concert by Leonard Rose,
first cellist with the New York
Philharmonic Symphony orches-
tra, will conclude the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural commit-
tee's 1945-46 series at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Miami Senior
High school. Rose will be accom-
panied by Walter Hendel, assist-
ant director of the Philharmonic,
at the piano.
The program will include
Bloch's "Prayer (from Jewish
lfe, No. 1); "Adagio and Allegro"
by Boccherini; "Toccata" by
Frescobaldi-Cassado; Schumann's
Concerto in A Minor," Beet-
hoven's "Sonata in A Major" and
other selections.
A native of Miami, Rose re-
ceived his early training here
from Walter Grossman and at the
ge of 13 was awarded the Florida
state prize as outstanding cellist
in a high school contest.
After graduating from the
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By ELSIE KRONENFELD
HOLIDAY NOTES
Back in Miami after four
years with the USO-JWB, direct-
ing USO clubs, is Miss Bess
Spanner. Miss Spanner is very
occupied looking for that im-
possible thinga house. Many
friends remember Miss Span-
ner when she was the director
of the Miami section, National
Council of Jewish Women. She
may be contacted through Mrs.
Benjamin LeVine .
On liberty until after the holi-
days is Midshipman Morton
Kanmerman, nephew of Mrs.
Henry Chill. Midshipman Kan-
merman is from New York and
is stopping at the Pancoast
hotel. He has just returned
from a trip to Europe on a troop-
ship .
Lt. and Mrs. Hyman Schwartz
are spending the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Carp of
2738 S. W. 20th It. After a
short leave, both Lt. and Mrs.
Schwartz will embark for Ger-
many where the lieutenant will
be stationed as an aviation
engineer .
Barbara Sager, the very
young daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Sager, returned
with her mother and father
Thursday night from New Ha-
ven, Conn., where she and her |
mother had gone to welcome
her daddy home from Germany. I
Mr. Sager was connected with
the censor office there. While
in New Haven the Sagers stay-
ed with Mr. Sager's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R Sager .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Mirelman
arrived from New York city
Monday to spend Passover with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Levitan Nathan Wohl-
gemuth (single, he wishes us to
state) is now making his home
with his sister, Mrs. William
Cohan, 2471 S. W. 19th st. Mr.
Wohlgemuth is formerly of New
York .
Boris A. and Judah Rack-
ovsky are spending Passover
with their parents, Rabbi and
Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky, and
will return to their studies at
Yeshiva college in New York
after the holidays .
1 Mrs. Joseph A. Syman, 1214
S. W. 13th ct., has just returned
from a two weeks' trip to Au-
gusta, Athens and Macon, Oa
While in Augusta, she visited
her daughter, Zelda, who was
the houseguest of her University
of Georgia roommate for spring
holidays. Zelda. who is active
in Hillel, has been chosen dele-
gate to the Southern Hillel con-
ference April 28 at the Umver-
jsity of Maryland. The Hillel
chapter at Georgia is putting on
la play in Augusta in May and
Zelda will take a part
Mr. and Mrs. Bemaid Kle-
Ibanow, of New York city, are
'enjoying their annual vacation
at the New Surf hotel. Mrs.
Klebanow is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newmark,
3767 Royal Palm ave. .
Miss Babette Cirlin, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Cirlin, of
Meridian ave., entertained with
a luncheon and bridge party
llast Sunday. Guests included
Eleanor Schrier, Barbara Roth,
Zelda Kaplan, Sylvia Selevan,
Lillian Gross, Molly Moss,
Paula Gelb, Sonia Batish,
[Shiela Kushner, Merilyn Hoch-
man, Beatrice Licht and Elaine
Litivack.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Olshine are
visiting at the Roney Plaza
hotel for a few weeks. They
are from Nashville, Tenn. Mrs.
Olshine is Mrs John Kronen-
feld's aunt. Another aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Feld-
man, left Thursday for their
home in Atlanta, Ga., after a
few days' stay.
WEEK-END VACATION
TO BE DOOR PRIZE
Miss Friedman
Reveals Troth
yr and M" William Fried-
Botwinick. of Bayonne. N. J.
The bride-elect was graduawa
fromMrami Senio, High schoo
and attended the V**
Alabama, whe, ? ,' .
ber of Mpl- Lambda Delta m
"rSheTractive^S-
Mi Botwinick was recently
years, he was sta
,, two vears and rccened his
,1,1 He
two battle stars and r
dential citations. ****$*
Savage School for Phys.ca Edu-
cation and i university and
was i :"' New V'
miverwty, where he is now
studying for his master's degree
.\i present he is employed as a,
ca] education director in a
New York city school.
Mr Botwinick arrived by plane
Thursday to spend the holidays
at the home of his fiances par-
ents.________,
GREENWALD-FISHER
Miss Mildred Helen Greenwald,
daughter* I M nd Mrs. S
nwald, 2440 Flamingo dr.,
became the brid. of Murray H.
iFisher, in a < remony April i in
'New York city.
Mrs. Fisher attendi d schools in
Louisville, when the Greenwalds
have a summer home. Mr. Fisher.
son of Mrs. S. F. Fisher >f New
York, attended New York uni-
versity and is a veteran of World
War II.
^FRIDAY. APRIL
Miss Schwartz Selects
June For Wedding
Announcement of the June wed-
i;,; of their daughter, Nomi, to
Marvin L. Zank is being made by
Mr and Mrs. S. M. Schwartz,
1230 15th st. Mr. Zank is the son
of the Nat Zanks, of New York,
where the wedding will be held.
Miss Seh wart/, attended the
University of Illinois and was
graduated from the University of
Miami, when' she was a member
of Alpn.i Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Zank attended schools in
New York and was recently dis-
charged from the air force after
three years' service.
' is the ntsrf
Seymour DeKovn
Brings Bride Here
Mr-andMrsley^J
we vacationing in PioryT
mg the., wedding Apm6ta
cago where they will rJ
their honeymoon.
Mrs. D,K,,,n,thcf
University of Illinois h*1
ents are the Halph Peteu
Chicago. *
Son of Mr. and Mrs JJMJ
Koven. 1235 thmLlS
DeKoven i ., veteran tfT
War II, having served in]
for over a year with the n
sergeant. Hi is a graduate
Northwe-t. rn University
school.
Miss Mitzi DeKoven, sisi
the bridegroom, ati
wedding.
DAVIS-RALDER
Planning to make their 1
in Miami Beach after May I
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Raidel
were married recently A
Concourse Plaza hotel. New]
They are now taking an i
wedding trip through Mai
parts of Canada.
The tv ide is former
Phyllis Davis, daughter
and Mrs. M. Larry Dave
Beach. Mr, Haider's pa:
the Irving Haiders, also <
Beach.
A week-end vacation at the
Ocean Front hotel will be the
door prizi al a card party to be
held i Baltimore Club of
;. 8 p.m. Thm
at Templt Beth Sholom. The
vacation is being donated by the
hotel.
Refreshments will be served by
the ladies oi the club. Table
reservations may be made by
calling Harry K. Sherman at
48-3871.
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frrin daughter of Mor-
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PL.ii and attended the
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NAME: EDELSTEIN
Lam Edelstein has been
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CnPhialumni. Stuart New-
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fcounccd.
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PAGE THREB
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
ANNOUNCE BETROTHAL
VETERAN OF MARINES'F|L R I
WEDS MISS FREEDMAN tllenor Bob,nsl Announcement of the marriage
of Miss Lucille Freedman and
Leon A. Nefsky is made by Lou
Freedman, father of the bride.
The wedding took place April 14
at the home of the bride. Sllti W.
47 th st.
A former resident of New York,
Mrs. Nefsky was graduated from
Bentley school m that city and
attended New York university.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Nefsky of Lincoln. Nebr., Mr.
Nefsky attended the University of
Nebraska and was graduated
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania win re he was a member of
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He was
recently leleased from the Marine
corps.
Betrothal Told
The engagement of Miss Sonia
"Sonny" Finkelstein and Harvey
Weiss, both students at the Uni-
versity of Miami, was announced
this week by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Finkelstein, Kansas
City, Mo.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiss,
3748 Prairie ave., Mr. Weiss was
recently discharged from the
Army after spending two years
overseas with the 28th Infantry
division. He is a member of Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
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YOUR
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BAKERY CLOSES
Closing of the Paramount bak-
ery, 445 Washington ave.. Miami
Beach, foi the entire Passover
holiday has been announced by
the Beth Jacob Vaad Hakashruth.
GEORGE A. GRAHAM
D.D.S.
Announces the Opening of
His Office for the Practice or
GENERAL DENTISTRY
817 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla.
Office Hours:
9:00 to 5:00
By Appointment
Phone
58-3851
BEACH AJC TO SELECT
OFFICERS. DELEGATES
Delegates to the national Amer-
ican Jewish Congress convention
and officers of the Greater Miami
chapter will be selected at a
meeting at 2 p.m. Monday. April
29. at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, according to Mrs. S. H,
Leslie, president.
This will be the last regular
meeting for the year. The con-
vention will be held in New York
late in May.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, program
chairman, will present Mrs. Irving
Lehrman and Mrs. Max Shapiro,
who will discuss "Interfaith Ob-
jectives." Vocal selections will
be given by Cantor Emanuel
Balkan.
Edward Woolf To Wed
New York Nurse
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Asnes, New
York, have announced the en-
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter. Miss
Shirley Asnes, to Edward Woolf,
son of Mrs Kate Woolf, 876 47th
ct, Miami Beach, formerly of
Alexandria, Va.
Fol lowing their wedding in
New York on June 9, the couple
will come to Miami Beach to
live.
A member of the U. S. Nurse
Cadet corps. Miss Asnes was
graduated from the Jewish hos-
pital in Brooklyn. Mr. Woolf at-
tended George Washington uni-
versity and served with the 14th
air force during the war.
*^^^^^^^^^^ ^
Mrs. Sara P. Bobinsky, of 1553
S. W. Seventh st., Miami, and
Chicago, announces the engage-
ment of her daughter, Ellenore
Munel. to Seymour S. Lavander,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Le-
vander, of New York city.
A graduate of the Frances Har-
rington School lor Interior De-
igning in Chicago, Miss Bobinsky
is now doing interior decorating
and furniture designing in New
York city.
Mr. Levander received his
bachelor of electrical engineering
degree from Cooper Union, New
York, and is presently employed
as a specialist in motor designing.
He is also taking graduate work
at Brooklyn Polytechnic institute.
No definite date lias been set
for the wedding.
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Paul D. Barns
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enth Judicial Circuit, with
over 20 years of trial court
experience, who asks promo-
tion to the Supreme Court oi
Florida.
rd. political Adv. by Friends
HOLLAND
as wartime Governor, Holland
built the Strongest Financial
Structure Florida has had in its
History.
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Uabi) Parade
Rita Diane, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Harold Eisen-
berg, 167 N. E. 59th st., was
born March 30 Robert Mor-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry-
Moss, 1383 N. W. 26th sL,
March 29 Judith Virginia,
daughtei of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Emanuel Silver, 3441
S. W. Fourth st., March 22 .
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Mrs. Louis Leibowitz, 306 Eu-
clid ave., March 17 .
Vicki Kay, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Hirsch, 3000
Jefferson St., March 18 ... Ju-
dith Lynne, daughter of Mr.
< nd Mrs. Kenneth Robert Green-
blat, 1512 N W. 34th ave.,
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of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Na-
thaniel LeBoyer, 927 Jefferson
ave., March 25 Ronna Lynn,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold Schutzman, 4470 Nautilus
dr., March 21 Patricia Ann.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
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FRIDAY,
APRIL,
Palestine Paralyzed
By Mass Strikes
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
lasted five hours.
The strike was suspended until
April 19 following a two-hour
meeting with Harold Laski, chair-
man of the British Labor party,
who promised to take up the case
of detained refugees with Ernest
Bevin, British Foreign Secretary,
and report his decision by that
time. Pending Bevin's ruling, the
refugees were promised a "dif-
ferent status" by British Captain
Hills of Allied general head-
quarters.
The head of the political sec-
tion of the Italian police, who had
been assigned to the Italian ship
"Fede," was removed from his
post and arrested by the authori-
ties because he manifested sym-
pathy foi the Jews.
National wire service released
information Wednesday of an of-
ficial announcement by the High
Commissioner of Palestine that
the Jewish refugees detained
aboard the ship "Fede" at La
Spezia would be granted entry
to Palestine. Tension among the
Jewish population in Jerusalem
was eased immediately as further
news was waited.
Hebrew Med School
To Be Built Soon
NEW YOBK iJTA)-Cons1 ruc-
tion on the new Hebrew ui
sity medical school on Mt. Scopus
in Jerusalem is expected I
gin within the nexl few months,
Sir Leon Simon, chairman of the
executive committee of the uni-
versity, disclosed I
Pointing out that of the 15,000
Jewish physicians in thi I -
of Europe which were oc
by the Nazis, only about 300 can
be accounted for. Sir Leon
that the new medical school will
furnish a source of docto:
the devasl t< iropean J<
communities and for the entire
Middle East. Aboul
will be v during
the school's firsl f< w 3
it is hoped evi nl 1 illy to I
200 annually.
The faculty for the school is
being
Sir 1 '
institution will bi
Anglo-A in linos. A board
of A:: J( ; hysicians
will act as ad\
MIAMI SENDS FIRST INSTALLMENT ON RECORD UJA AUo^S
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Pay to the
ORDER or
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK 6mm
United Jitn Appeal ________________________
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No.
.$100.
395
THIS CHECK for S100.000 from the Combined Jewish Appeal of the dealer Miam'
Federation represents the first substantial check received by the S 100,000,000 aZ
the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine from a ,
munity drive in 1946. The check is the first installment of Miami's allocation of
the United Jewish Appeal in 1946, three times the amount contributed to the UJA bh.
the relief, rehabilitation and resettlement programs of the Joint Distribution Committee 1
Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service.
Cello Concert by Rose
To Conclude Series
Senators Debate On
British Proclamation
WASHINGTON (JTA) Three
bers of the U S. Senate this
I, d on the Senate
the State De-
on the legality of Brit'
UN Committee Defines
"DP's" and "Refugees"
LONDON (JTA) Definitions
which would provide a basis for
placing persons in the categories
of "refugees" or "displaced per-
sons" have been presented to the
United Nations Committee on
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONEl
Curtis Institute, when hi si '-' l-"M"dan
with Felix Salmond. 1 ndepondent state without re-
gaged as assistant first cellist wit I I ns of the I ul-
the NIK' Symi Artui
Toscanini. He i with
the Clevt land Symphon;
tra for fi
Tickets for 1 ncert
sale at the Miami and B< ach Ys
and the Bureau "l Jewish Ei
tion. They may also 1
estim Mandate, and her violation
of tin of the United Na-
tions which states that no change
be made in the status of.
1 s without the
val of the General Assem-
bly of the United Nations.
Refugees and Displaced Persons chased in M I Amidon's and
by Sir Herbert Emerson, chair- 11! M C01 vatory; at the
man of the Intergovernmental JBeach at the Miami Conservatory,
Committee for Refugees. |the Normandy School, the Miami
"Refugees" would be defined Beach Radio company, th< Radio
as person^ who had left their Center and Mori Bi and at
country of nationality or resi- the Miai Consi
dence through fear of loss of life Gables. ______
or liberty or because of religious
or racial persecutions. "Dis-
placed persons" would be those
who were obliged to leave then-
homes by reason of World War II
or were displaced inside their own
countries by deliberate action of
the enemy.
Whatever definition is finally
decided upon, Sir Herbert said,
there should be no distinction
made among the various groups.
and all reeding help should re-
ceive it. He stated that whether
a refugee was technically state-
less or possessed the passport of
a country to which he did not
wish to return was irrelevant. He
stressed, however, that while the
refugees and DP's should have
the right to refuse to return, the
government of the countries in-
volved should not be entitled to
refuse them entrance.
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eoNTlNUE0 <>m PAQ ONK,
,,h and Ins PulitMT prize
^ took "Germany Puts the
ITS" did much to Inform
?" nrld of the impending trou-
jfceWorWWitiBiri4i Naziland-
of the Euro-
i has worked
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' Fam.liar with all fc"S Ar I. start of the
feShcSu war and one phase
itcd that Mussolini would
1 trouble and. as early as
foresaw the European con-
J his report that "Adolph
HiUer m hcll-btnf on a new
An entertainment program will
.featured during Thursday
iiht's banquet, in addition to the
loner address, Huns .stated.
IS. Survey To Show
Crimination In Work
IflEW YORK wide wrvejf "n
ii 'i Jewish dis-
lunation in employment,ia now
W conducted by the National
|wmun:ty Relati ns Advisory
jouncil in cooperation with tne
Jewish Occupy. : Council and
K)| Jewish groups, it was an-
lounced here.
Rne survey was undertaken at
L request of the FEPC which
U been instiui I'd to investigate
y report to the President with
Bpct to discrimination in re-
inversion employment.
Tribunal to Ferret
Anti-Jewish Material
NUREMBERG (JTA)Follow-
ing a charge by U. S. Prosecutor
Robert Jackson that the defense
was seeking to use the Interna-
tional Military Tribunal as a
"sounding board" for its anti-
Semitism, the court has decided
to appoint a special official to
pass on the relevance of all ma-
terial submitted for printing by I
defense attorneys.
Jackson's ire was aroused by
material printed by the court's
presses for Alfred Rosenberg,
which contained what he de-1
scribed as "violently anti-Semitic I
and irrelevant rubbish." He said I
that "the United States cannot'
print and disseminate this violent I
anti-Semitism. The defense be- I
lieves we are here to try the is-1
sue of the causes of anti-Semitism, |
with this tribunal as the sounding
board. The issue is not Rosen-
berg's philosophy, but we are
charging the murder of four to
five million Jews."
PAGE FIVE
STASSEN CONDEMNS
ANTI-SEMITISM
NEW YORK (JTA^ondcmn-
wg anti-Semitism as "an attack
on the hopes of free men around
,the world," Harold E. Stassen,
former Governor of Minnesota,
SflJ!nS.'aftd upon the P"Pl
of the United States to fight racial
Mgotry ln this country. He spoke
t a dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria
aunching the 1946 $5,000,000 cam-
paign by the Joint Defense Ap-
ical of the American Jewish com-
mittee and the Anti-Defamation
league of the B'nai B'rith
STEIR ELECTED
Zionist Executive Wants
Congress In Palestine
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
World Zionist Executive is deter-
mined to enforce the decision of
the Zionist Actions committee
that the forthcoming World Zion-
ist Congress, which is to open on
Aug. 7, be held in Palestine, Dr.
Bernard Joseph, legal advisor of
the Jewish Agency, told a press
conference here.
Dr. Joseph made this statement
in reply to questions as to
whether the Zionist Executive in-
tends to comply with the request
of the Zionist Organization of
America that the congress be held
in the United States, instead of
Palestine.
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Philip Steir was elected presi-
dent of the Southeast Florida
Pharmaci utical association at a
recent meeting. This association j
comprises all drug stores and i
pharmacists in the area lying be-
tween Palm Beach and Key West.
As president, Mr. Steir automatic-
ally becomes a member of the
Florida state executive committee.
iiEui BisinvnE HREnn
S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE.
MONDAY
WRESTLING
TUESDAY
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND
3-1236
A WORD OF TRIBUTE
To My Many Friends and Acquaintances:
It is with considerable pleasure that I take this
opportunity to publicly announce my support to
GEORGE S. OKELL
a candidate ior re-election lor the State Leaislature.
Group 1. As you are fully a war*, the election U on
Tuesday, May 7th. This is not too far off and it ifl
important that you keep in mind that you must vote
ln order to protect our democ-
racy. When you vote you must
vote for the right people to In-
sure and protect everything
that is honest good and for the
benefit of ALL the people. I
have known George Okell for
a long time. He is an ex-
tremely intelligent and capable
lawyer and legislator. He is
always calm and conservative
in his attitude and is therefore
in a position to give thoughtful
consideration to all the matters
come before the legislature. He is humane,
JM and considerate and has many times put forth
mSUS efiort on behal* our residents. He has
sated them through much red-tape in coming in
ntact with relatives of people on the other side, and
Km con*acto has been able to do much for
unt^!rge 0ke11 deserv your support and the
recoT f aU of our friends- He has made a good
and\w the t aaeu,hings in the coming years.
Politir TL6en a rare occaslon toot I have mixed in
tav Ah U one of occasions when I feel it
the r* n' ,or the benent George Okell but for
represp" i f aU 0ur ciuxens whom he will so ably
Paia i Urge Yu ne and all to vote for. cam-
^gn ior and support
GEORGE S. OKELL
FR RE-ELECTION TO THE LEGISLATURE
(Group 1)
(Signed) HARRY PEARL
Pd Politic*! Adv.___
that will
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PBTOAY, April
Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second A^-^JOj* **
P. O. Box 2973--------------------------"-r^er-omc
FRFD K SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher
RITA G^SSMARNe^JdUor_
VOLUME 19
Miami 18. Florida, Friday, ApriM^W
NUMBER 1U
N1SAN 18, 5706
Dv Bab >l Sann i
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FORWARD. ZIONISTS!
iund programs. organization but the cause
Outstanding tribute, no to ^"^Governor of the
fiance will g.Uy a-Ut the p,o,, to be ^eLned. (<)
pion the cause so ably. _____________
A DUAL PLEASURE
A dual pleasure awaits concert-goers; next Wednesday eve-
ning when subscribers to the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural
commU.ee series will hear a fine cello performance by a natile
son at the Miami Senior High school.
It I not often that Miam.ans have the opportunity to be an
aud enceto the music of the New York Ph.lharmomc orchestra s
frst cellfs Nor is it frequent that we can isten to the playing
of a local boy whose talent has been acclaimed th.oughout the
country by fellow musicians, music c.it.cs and experienced music
10V?o the Jewish Cultural committee much commendation is
due for its presentation of our own Leonard Rose
A NEED FOR CONSISTENCY
Elsewhere in this issue appears a letter irom one of our
spiritual leaders. Its content takes issue witn the Jewish War
Veterans sponsorship of a boxing promotion on Friday eve- I
ninq The rabbi condemns quite vigorously the participation of
the Jewish organization and its desecration of the Srbbath as a
reflection on the entire Jewish community
We are fully in accord with the sentiments expressed by '.he
distinguished member of the clergy. This action can readily
be presumed and accepted as an affront to ell of us. It has i
long been maintained that the dignity of Jev/ish life must be '
observed by organized Jewish activity which serves as the liai-
son agent for its constituency.
We cennot condone the action ot the JWV in this instance
but neither can we condone the condemnation received from
the heated pen of our respected religious leader. He takes to
task other organizations who dare to keep their doors open on
the Sabbath or Jewish holidays. These occasional flare-ups
by our religious leaders, spotlighting a group or individual for
flagrant missteps, seem to us to be extremely inconsistent.
Particmation by members of the Rabbinical association in
Friday evening mass meetings, Saturday radio programs and
other events on holidays from time to time perhaps set the ex-
ample. Technically adhering to every letter of the law, their
actions may be permissable, but for the same reflectory reasons
should be carefully avoided by our religious leaders. Still
further, investigation of the offices of many of our organizations,
the largest and the most representative, will easily reveal the
transaction of much business on the Sabbath and holidays.
Ostensibly closed, these organizations' superficial observance
can be penetrated without too much difficulty.
While not as blatant a transgressor as the JWV in this pres-;
ent event, these organizations are also wrong. A continuous
and consistent program of correction and eradication should be
undertaken by our religious leaders who serve as directors of
many of the groups and wield considerable influence among
others.

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resolution expressing i .
with the handling I
In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami
tie
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ous year.
Pa sovei service, 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
will preach on "Then Sang Israel." i/Kor memoral
wrvio 11 a.m. Monday. The rabbi will speak on "Sww
is Thi ir Memory."
Rabbi Appelbaun,
i ./kor m.i
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID, 135 N. W,
Third Ave.. Miami
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO CANTOR A. S. FRIEDMAH
Conservative
Services Friday evening, 6:30 p.m.. and Saturday
num. The concluding davs of Passover will com-
e Sunday evening at sundown. Rabbi Shapiro and
tor Friedman will officiate. Passover services lbs.
morning,
men
C til
C ntor Micimian win uinnait. umn services lion-
d.iv and Tuesday mornings. Students' Passover services,
10 a.m. Yirkor memorial services will lake place at 10
a.m Tuesday. Rabbi Shapiro's central theme for di
,n will be "Why We Fear Death."
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGA-
TION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami
RABBI MURRAY GRAUER
REV. MAURICE MAMCHES
Orthodox
K.ih.il.is Shabbos, 6:30 p.m. Saturday morning ser-
vices, '' a.m. it is the custom to read thi "Song of Songs'
,,,, the Intermediate Sabbath of Passover. Uabbi Grauecj
ment on the custom of reading this soneofhm
on th< Sabbath of Passover. Shimshon group, 4 p.m.|
Sudos, 5:45 p.m.
Passover services, 6:30 p.m. Sunday I he rabbi I
preach on "Israel Sings" at services Monday mominj.1
r memorial services, 10 a.m. Tuesday Rabbi Graual
will speak on "What Ought W- Ri n
301-311
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
RABEI MOSES MESCHELOFF
CANTOR LOUIS D. FEDER
Orthodox
K idav evening services. 6:15 p.m. Adult Saturday!
bs. 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Meseheloff will speail
Sum.- of Freedom." Interm. (hate services ivl
Junior congn Ration for boys anil
.,.,.. .,,1 age. Id a.m Bible s |
ection of S. I. Fr ,
A Onei Shabbat will be " Pa ..., services. Sunday and tondwj
Mndaj ana Tuesday 8:30 am towi
peak on "The Pric ol revd Y*l
nd "Two Worlds" Tuesday morning, vm
.rjal services. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER, 1415 Eu-
clid Ave.. Miami Beach
* \r B* I V.'IN ". T..FKRMA*I
CANTOR BMANUEL BARKAN
Conservative
., -: i- sci < 9 a.m. Rabbi Lchrman will preach oni
Portion of the Law." The Bar MiUvaof LJ|
oi Mrs. France Barash, will J^*^ 3
lion Saturday, 10 a.m. AZABBO-W B
ikfast 9 a.m. Sunday for boys and {f'.* 7herda',PJ
,,v evening services :30 p.m s'.\nlhFfahVP
rvice. 9 a.m. and 6:30 o.m. Mnd>. M^
Passover service. 9 a.m. Tuesday. W-kor men
e, 10 30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. Chcse Ave. at W
St.. Miami Beach Ve,zm\
RABBI LEON KRONISH CANTOR SAMUEL KEL |
Liberal
Friday evening services 8:15 p.m. .R"JJ!nS?1
will sneak on "Does Martyrdom Pay? mZ eWI
tl d i in- rsary of the battle oi the Warsa* -j
ices, 10:45 a.m. i?.,hhi Kronis"
Passov. i ices, Sunday, at 5.30 m*
ill prea. h on "Passover Is Over. But Ih; ;
On" at ...vi.es at 10:30 a.m. Monday, inu. ,
been especially arranged for children ana ine J^M
I i iii day of Passover services at n>- '";.,, iisCM
Yizkor memorial services. Rabbi Kronisti"'^
-A ., [8 FreeThose Who Live in the Past or
Look to the Future?"
thi league's council assisted by
ment Mandate's com-
snd anting the intention
thi mandatory powers to con-
adn inisti ation of these ter-
itories until other arrangements
to between the United
Nations and the mandatories. The
solution was proposed by China
ded by Britain.
The Egyptian delegate, while
ing the resolution, ab-
I I hi voting because he
said Ejjypt had certain reserva-
tions concerning the
Mandate The Chi**
tativc vu-ced the hope
mate arrangements or
dated territorial *" *
trusteeship P"ncipfVlt<
upon by the Cn.i ,
Moshe Shertok. hj
'political ^partmC">
S Agency, h-ja
'is stayinc at "".,,
the British mjssion^,,
!The purpose ot w
announced-


19, 1946
DAY. APR1L
^PALESTINIANS
S SUSAN GANS
*,J*nist,tk>ridlic*i,
PAGE SEVEN
Susan
lire!)
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SILVERMAN
H Wenmnn -~ Kllverman, 7. retired mur-
',.,,, c t "'pin.in, |,.,... .,,, | W|ntel Via|tor ,,< im({
i1-1 a' r- l-Hli announce 111 j I i nine years, died Sunday at
In memory of her mother. M, > b. -wor^nciude .
Joseph Hart is extending the Riverside Me........i
K n,nl bbi Saul sent the body to Troy,
nt; Myrna j hospitality of her restaurant to A
raise funds for the Temple Belli F
Gans has
K* "^.nt of the Y"UntI
led .^f young Judaea
itinisns. v Satur-
^,^1 o'clock in the
^h Jewish Center.
^aSETi etary;The-
lIjfMaxine Sherry, tress-
...n coin sed of girls
he ")UP. and 12, is
6"
bee project.
IT, MitiTtained
VKchwithPalestmian
Temple Library
To Receive Funds
From Luncheon
DENNIS WEPMAN TO
BE EAR MITZVA
Obituaries
KATZ
Services for David Katz. 7'2. who
died In a Miami llcach hosiiital last
Thursday! were conducted Friday In
Riverside Memorial chapel followed
liy liuii.il In Ml. Nelio cemetery. Katz
came to Miami Ileach from New York
city eight yean ago, residing at 420
tCxpanola way. He is survived by his
wife, Mrs. Lillian Katz, and a brother.
iiuiv are in-
Sholom Sisterhood's Children's vited to and
Library at noon Wednesday. The the m |OWi
event will be held at Pickin No torn being
Chicken, 107 22nd st., Miami I issued.
REIGEL
Mi
Members re-
a Junior
leader of
p and dai
Sri! -**-
1 Shoiofsky.
I Sachar To Address
oai B'rith Youth
iw AbramL. Sachar, national
fetor of the B'nai B'rith Youth
&ion.willbetheprincpa
ker at a rally ol all B nai
(ftyouth groups in Miami and
toni Beach, I 8:1f
, Wednesday al Temple Israel.
j] B'nai Brim J '' ''oups,
iuding AZA. BBYM, BBC. and
mr, will atti: A program
music will also bi presented.
lilton Friedman, co-chairman
the B'nai B'rith Youth com-
,ion for Florida, will act as
jrman for the vening.
jj young peoj li who may be
Tested but who are not affili-
witha B'n group are
ited to the rally.
Beach.
Luncheon cards, mah jongg and
door prizes will be included.
Reservations, priced at S2 per per-
son, are limited and may be
placed with Mrs. Irving Becker,
Dem eighth gi ade 11 i-
dent at Shi nandoah Junior High
sc hool.
A ;i 1 le tea-
I th Frolics,
luncheon chairman, at 5-3639, or riven by Iota Alp! I ty
Mrs. Abe Solosko, co-chairman of !' the Hilli 1 house Satur-
ways and means, at 5-1754. Mrs. d',v '
Joseph F.nias, chairman of was.-, j,,;1"
1 re blue
1
11
and means, is also on the lunch- ,r,n ,.,.,,1 m ;, othy ]>,,-
eon committee. pre ident, was
Id 1 Ri Igel, ::,, ot 511 15th si ,
II 1 Heai h, 11. ci Saturday. She
moved hen even yearn ago from New
I > Surviving ure five Hons, In-
Joheph, Irving and Sidney
K el, VI mil Bi ni h; one daughti r,
'.......hj Reigel, Miami Beach;
one 1, oth< and four sisters, Includ-
- -.ill f'hlnman, Ml ICsthei
d Mi nnli Koch, all ol
Miami T wai hi i>l Mon-
Ilivei 1.1. Memorial chapel with
1 1 li ici land cemetery.
SCHUSTER
ard 11 Hchusti H ..f 233 B.
VV mil ave died lati Ki Iday in a
hospital. Hi came from New York
veai igo and leaves ids wife,
M 1..1...1. SchU8ter, and two bro-
Servlcea were held Sunday in
1 d 'M chapel.
GUTMAN
The body of Manuel (lutman, 71. of
2014 Alton dr.. lias heen sent to Cin-
cinnati for burial and service*. He
died last Thursday In a hospital and
came here two years ago from t'ln-
clnnatl, He is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Rose I., flutman, a son. Herbert,
both of Miami Beach; a brother, and
four sisters, Funeral arrangements
were made by Riverside chapel.
FISCHELL
William .1. Fischell, 77, died last
W. dncsdav at his home, 227 3'ith St..
Miami Beach. He lame from New
York city and leaves his wife. Mrs.
Natalia Flannel. Services were held
in Riverside Memorial chapel.
WEISS
Max Weiss, 31 died at his home,
12<>7 Meridian ave., Miami Beach.
Tuesday Of a heart attack. He came
here 10 years ago from Brooklyn.
Surviving are two daughters, Mildred
and Sandra Weiss. Riverside Me-
morial chapel has sent the body to
New York.
IdR. WILLIAM H. IVER
(Formerly Dental S.irgeon. U. S.
|Navy. Announces the opening of
hit office for the practice of
General Dentistry
|Suite 304. M>5 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Office Hou-s:
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Phone 5-1214
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Workers to Receive
Henrietta Szold Pins
At Hadassah Dance
Outstanding Junior Hadassah
workers will receive Henrietta
Szold recognition pins at ;i dance
at 8:30 p.n Si rday in the Nt p-
tune room of the Robert Richter
hotel. Miss Natalii Frankel, presi-
dent, announces. Mrs. Alex Van
Straaten, adviser to the group,
will present the awai
Tlio dance, to which dre
nal, is op. n to the memb< r-
of tl.e oi n. Carna-
tions will be ted.
Arrangements tor the affair,
I of a n i
made by Miss
All in, chairman; Miss Toby
I man; Miss
Drosd, : ments,
and .' yn Dros
i > '
C ests will include Mr. and
Mr.-. Van Straaten, Mr! and Mrs
Ab:
Di and Mrs.
- i Mr. an I Mrs. '
Mrs.
.:
FRATORITY DANCE
Arnall to Speak
At Temple May 28
Gov. Ellis Arnall. speaking un-
der the auspices of Town Hall of
, Men's club of Temple Israel
0( Miami, Florida, will appear or.
lay, May 28, at 8 p.m.. at
I e Israel, and not on May I
viously stated.
i subject of his address will
be "The Shore Dimly Seen,
which is the title of his new book.
Tickets may be procured by
T
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Three Brothers Own
Boys' Camp In Maine
Three brothers, Martin, Edward
and Paul Dibner, are owners of
the "Tall Timbers" boys camp
v. huh. will open July 1 for a nine-
week season al Casco, Maine.
In the camping Held for -'
years, the brothers plan a
. ei swimming, in whii
. considered top-notch.
sailing, fishing, tenms. arts and
crafts and canoeing trips Junior
and seni< i camps for boys Hen;
nurse. d As the seating capacity W
The camps Florida d<>tm ,,,,. Town H,ll has requested
tickets be procured at an
n the service. ..
!" "" da'____________
vania, he served for h :,> ~"
a lieutenant in the Navy and was DADE CHAPTER
USS 'r""nJ'11*' ..cTCOPFirFRq
..:., H was hit by Japanese Lib 1 b Uf r l^tno
last July. --------
An artist and author, he served Mrs. Gertrude Lachs was re-
on the staff of the Miami Daily elected president of the Dade
. wrote a num- chapter, National Children's Car-
. :. war acci m- diac Home, at a meeting last
own illustrate ns Wednesday.
novel "Journey for Jason." Elected with her were Mrs.
was m the ser- Charles Raab, first vice president;
$1,500 prize in the Mrs. Charles Manenthal, seconil
tieth Century- Fox novel VU(. president; Miss Roslyn King,
-t July, and will be third vice president; Mrs. George
i by Doubleday, Goldbeip, treasurer; Mrs. Oscar
Thi rs are natives of Adler, corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. Joseph Rose, recording
Mrs. Grossberg Heads
AEPhi Alumnae Group
Mrs Frederick S. Grossberg
was elected dean of the Alpha
Epsilon Phi Alumnae association
at a recent meeting. Mrs. Jess
Spirer was chosen to be secretary
'treasurer. The new officers are
taking over organizational duties
previously handled by Alpha Eta
active chapter at the University
of Miami, and pla nto contact al)
loeal alumnae.
Alumnae will be guests of
Alpha Eta at a mother-daughter
tea to be held in May. The group
assisted the undergraduates at the
fashion show and dansani pre-
sented Saturday at the Lord
Tarleton. Miss Jackie Jennings
was chosen the "Model University
Miss" from a group of sorority
representatives.
Hostesses at the alumnae tea
April 6 was Mrs. A. J. England.
Guests included Mrs. Louis
MARASH SPEAKSaT
IWB CAMP SEMINAR
Jack Marash, executiv,,,^ 1
of the Beach Y. n-turn^H
.Friday after attending^
Camp seminar m Ati-,n, '
he spoke on c^**l
Representatives f eioht "*
eastern communities'!"^
Most of them are L "**
borne camp, for the ftJH
to^eKN^UeXSld
a sem.nar in organization and?
ministration of day camp^
The meeting was arranged J
Gus Jacobson, Jewish uw,*l
board field secretary^
Kensky, Mrs. J. Lehman,^
Clementine Levy, Miss MvZ\
Sporberg, Mrs A. Horowitz J1
Naomi Schwartz, Mrs. Grosb-i
and Mrs. Spirei.
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IN THE INTEREST OF TRUTH, THESE VETERANS SPEAK ..
In the interest of ACCURACY and fairness this committee of veterans of this
war has investigated the activity of Congressman Pat Cannon in regard to
service men and war veteran legislation and FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL
RECORD offer these FACTS for your consideration.
CONGRESSMAN PAT CANNON worked and voted for the bill which gave
DhnV^LEnnel of the armed forces $50 a month.
VAT CANNON worked and voted for increased allowance for dependents ot
men and women in the armed forces.
PAT CANNON worked and voted to provide maternity and Infant care for the
wives and babies of enlisted men.
PAT CANNON worked and voted for mustering out pay to aid enlisted men
end oTthT" l CQrrY thCm through 9*** ol readjustment following the
womA,!J aN WOrak!d Qnd VO,6d ,or the administration bill giving men and
wTAtoT6 frCeS lhe righ to vote.
PAT CaSSSS W?e? an,d VO,ed ,or toe American Legion's GI Bill of Right"-
to diTabK ed T** V,ed for lhe bU1 which increased monthly pensions
PAT CANNONeran8ua!ld ,0 Wid0W8 and chlldren.
vetlrans N Wodwd nd VO,ed lor ^creased pension, for World War
?LCA5SNfaSlan "*"* adyoc^ fr~ '*** f'men and woffleD
cases 5ST2 Veterans" A9rTed,and proceMed 500 individual veterans'
Plete relief Tw%7Z!fSSni ?1 ^^"^ "*" **** ZS
and new ones are instituted Snost S^ Blmila' **"' "" ""
WAR VETERANS COMMITTEE FRIENDS OF PAT CANNON



APRIL
19, 1946
+Jewish rtcridlten
PAGE NINE
lie
Group
o Build
Prl bee" -n-
PS.Sja.ion Beth
by L"B ponceiiation
Hft*2s......
lfd approximM. ly four
Viongregation has
iUtonBuclidave.De-
U and Tenth its., ;"d
funds are available.
'alreadyb.cn drawn.
IJye Jacobson, presi-
teiVidehtt. first vice
[Abraham Levitan, sec-
I president: Mr. -
ISdMr.Kirnmel,
Ginsberg heads the
I committee, of winch
Inholz b treasun
[seating capacity of 1)0
tent quarters, the con-
_ forced to hold
Lices in two s.
to Rabbi Joseph E.
1 who is aiding the
land who conducts the
I for the conch
. wiU be h.:
Monday and Tues-
|ings under the
bbi Rachovskv.
IN THE MAIL BOX .
An Open Letter to The
Jewish Floridian
SILENCE IS SANCTION OR
APPROVAL
I have noticed a tendency on
the part of lay leaders (which, if
permitted to continue, will be-
come an ineradicable evil) to garb
themselves in the hallowness of
egotismthe "know-alls." I speak
with the hope of re-awakening a
true Jewish spirit. If taken in
a contrary way, let their con-
science answer their action!
We have people in our midst
who insist on calling their organi-
zations Jewish and who profess
allegiance to Judaism, but tram-
ple upon everything that is holy
and sacred. We have people and
organizations who did not think
of Judaism beyond their own con- [
venience and they place their
[convenience above the mandates '
of their Judaism. If they are
hurt, they denounce the rabbis.
To Inaugurate
hip Drive
nice for young men
will inaugurate the
\p campaign of thi Em-
i chapter, B'nai B'rith,
bight at the Beard Y,
(to Dolly Pont, presi-
I to start at 830 p.m.,
will feature a rhumba
kbug contest. Refresh-
be served.
)RRECTION
last week's edition
Irish Floridian ei rone-
the Miami Beach
aliary to thi Ji .vish
PUBLISHED
lABBI'S
AITH
Sermons
fpe and Courage
bbi Abraham A.
Kellner
|ce $2.50
aham Book Fund
Jth Ferry Street
' I N. Y.
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Im ?r,he.,,cr <"
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pPBUSH-GCO.
"* ""*" D.tro.t
1 If they hurt others, "It is for a
good cause." they exclaim;
never mind that they trample
upon the principles and ideals
which must be upheld. These
things are true and I say to you,
my people, that such conditions
must be remedied. It is painful
and heart corroding!
By all that is sacred, by all that
is fine and ennobling in Jewish
life, do not sneer and do not i
smirk when I decry the callous- ;
ness of the Jewish War Veterans
Home for the Aged as having a
meeting on Tuesday of this week.
The meeting was held on Thurs-
day.
of Greater Miami for violating
flagrantly and openly our Holy
Sabbath by sponsoring a "prize-
fight" program last Friday night
on Miami Beach.
Where is the decency in Jew-
ish life when a group calls itself
Jewish" and proceeds to break
everything by desecrating funda-
mental observances of our peo>
Die. Where was the Chaplain of
the Jewish War Veterans? If he
was unaware (which is inexcu-
sable) then he should resign in
protest!
All our laxity and looseness
comes from the weakening of the
Sabbath day. Individual eco-
nomic excuses arc one thing, but
collective destruction must be de-
nounced.
Smirk if you will, but don't
dare destroy the sanctity of Jew-
ish life. I am emphatic when I
state that no organization bear-
ing the name of "Jewish" dare
open offices on the Sabbath or
holidays for it reflects on the
general Jewish community in our
midst.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Final Book Event To
Honor Mrs. Weinstein
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, book re-
viewer for the American Jewish
Congress Friday Review Series,
I will be honored at a dessert party
|2 p.m. Thursday at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, Mrs. Max
Meisel, chairman of the series,
announces.
The event will also mark the
conclusion of the series for this
year. Mrs. Weinstein, who is
cultural education chairman for
the Greater Miami chapter, will
render a surprise dramatic pres-
entation.
All subscribers will be admitted
without charge, Mrs. Meisel states.
Other guests will be charged a
nominal fee, but each member
who brings one or more new
members will be welcomed free of
charge. The affair is open to the
public.
HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
An open house in celebration
of Passover will be held at 2400
S. W. 21st st. Sunday afternoon
from 2 till 5 p.m. Hostesses will
be Mrs. Edith Mink of Club No. 1,
Pioneer Women's organization,
and Mrs. Rose Melinson of the
Kadimah chapter of the Pioneer
Women. The public is being in-
vited.
REVIEW SCHEDULED
Edward Clarke, University of
Miami faculty member, will re-
view Claud Bowers' "The Young
Jefferson" at the Spinoza Forum,
124 11th st., Miami Beach, at 3
p.m. Saturday. Dr. Singley and
Louis Maviglia will address the
forum Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
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PAGE TEN
*Jewlstflorlctlar
*ay3
Navy Veteran Opens
Legal Office At Beach
Harold Shapiro, Naval Reserve
lieutenant, recently released from
active duty, announces the open-
ing of offices for the general prac-
tice of law in the Sterling bldg.,
927 Lincoln rd.
Prior to entering the service,
Shapiro practiced law in Milwau-
kee and was general counsel foi
TO CHOOSE OFFICERS
Annual elections of Beth
Jacob congregation officers win
be held Saturday evening at 8
p.m., according to an announce-
ment made this week. David
Goldstein is at present presi-
dent of the synagogue.
other
One
and a half hours of each
will be devoted to to He-
^;,;;;,:tlcl1uiH.r1,a,fhou^o
ewish customs and rituals. He
S seiion w,u be fa* at the
MJOC Talmud Torah, 546 S.W.
Thud St., P-m. April 29. The
course is open to the public.
MJOC. Miami Y Sponsor
Adult Hebrew Course
A course in Hebrew and Jew-
ish customs for adults will be
offered by the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation and the
Miami V beginning April 29, ac
cording to a joint statement made
by the organizations this week.
'College text books will be used
, lor the course which will be
taught by Rabbi Murray Gi
I with methods used foi teaching
I Education Bureau Names
Heiman For Presidency
Lou,.- Heiman was nominated
e-election to the presidency
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion at a meeting ol the board of
directors lasl Thursday.
Al.v> named on the slate, to be
LEGAL NOTICES
the motion picture industry in
Wisconsin and upper Michigan
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Pile
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
r. \V. 1'i:.\m:y and DAISY I'ENNti,
nee of Oil
:' South Miami Tax Ci ten Mini-
ti. :. i 12-2 and
da} of ine, A. V
mIi| Cerl i ft and
h ive made application foi lax d. d
.. :.. accoidance with
Cei i '
bed l
elected in May, were Leon Kap-
lan, for vice president; Max
Meisel, treasurer, and Mrs. Mau-
rice Sager, secretary. Nomina-
tions were made by Benjamin
M e y e r s, committee chairman;
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Mrs.
Louis Glusser.
Abraham P. Cannes, executive
director, presented his second an-
nual report, copies of which are
available at the bureau's office
m the Congress building.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
HEREBY GIVEN that
XHTIi'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. || jeralgned, desiriiiK to eiiKKKe In
under the flctltloue name of
l-l !;;I suN AXll WRH5IIT, at 107
|N. K let AV., Suite MS, Miami. Kla.,
'iiiit'iid to legisti-r mild name with the
I ;.ii, of the Circuit Court of Dadu
i 'ounty. Floi Ida.
PAUL B. WRIGHT
\\ ALTER K. HOIUIA
WILLIAM B. BLAIR
WILLIAM I- I'ALI/OT,
Attorney for rvtltlonor.
NOTICE IS HEREB1 uivt* in.. ,2i4 ConsreM Bldg
gage in .o.ij.jjj :,'3-lU
ihe flotli .....[ ---------------------------------------------
; HOTEL, l''-':,y''1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE:
. Intend! t'<
with the Clerk >(
l
I, Mlai
itid i
lit Dad. County
' pro E FISCHER. JR..
\ |i iLA E FISCHER,
Partner*.
LEON KAPLAN'.
f for A
I.-12-19-:
For one year from July. 1945,
he was stationed at Key West in Dad. County, r
where he was legal officer for
f South Ml I I
. ; i". Ida, as embraced In fer-
ine new Bunienl ol
the said
wiled .i- In the na me .
Cre '.; tt.
Lot IS, D r I .ar-
id ..i Pal e 105. In the I
.- ith Miami, i
- of p rld as embraced i 'el
Th. a men! ol
..,
: v. of Ted
I
L'nless wild C tlficat. hall b.
I,. riling to law, tax d. d
day of
-.' \ D 191"
i ted th a 27th day of Man h, A, D
1946.
K B I.i: VTHERMAN.
i cii u Court, Dade
' inty, l" i Ida.
units at Boca Chica, Miami, and
Banana River. Fla., and San Ju-
lian. Cuba. During that time he
was marie an honorary member of
the K. West police department.
While in service, he published
a booklet on how to try sun
court martial and deck court cases
in the Navy. A recommendation
was sen! to the judge ac!\
general that the bo. kl< I b(
throughout the fleet by legal
offici -
In addition to being admit!
the Florida and Wisconsin bars,
authorized to practic; b. I
a] courts, the [rcasury \ sterrett. d.c.
department, tax court of the is. _:. 1.5-12-19-26_________________
the interstate commerce commis- ~NOTICE IS hereby niVEN that
sion and the veterans' administra-
... ,. j ... <
tlon- THE TIETZE ASSOCIATES, al 211
In Milwaukee he was president < 1: ,., street, Miami, Fla.,
of the MiKvnikee division of the "-1 I ran., with th. Clerk
ot the iViiiwauKec arvuiun uiuki, the ,.lr,.,H Court ,,, ,,.l(lL. county,
American Jewish Congress, Alpha Florida.
Epsilon Pi social fraternity. Kappa
Mu Rho law fraternity and Con-
gregation Anshe Sfard and was
active in B'nai Biith and other
Jewish organizatii ns.
Hi us., acting chaplain in Key
Wist and conducted religious ser-
and lectures at Congrega-
tion B'nai Zion.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVES thai
a 1 engage 111
name "f
Till VET APPAREL ill N |: 2nd
lAvv.. M Intends I
th. '
, Dad. Lounty,
IRV1NC1 RORMAN
II VRRY ZPKERXICK, r.-i .
; || I.I,
Federation Decreases
Office Personnel
p. 11 1
EDWARD TIETZE.
El Till M. TIETZE.
LEON KAPLAN,
\
.
N. U-B IS lli:l:ii ) I EN IhM
lo 1 ngage In
riotltlou irae of
SHERM VNS M \RKI al \ I.
.1 vv, .1 Int. ndi i"
: 1 'lerk of
Court ol Dade C ntj
' ZINI.EL SHERMAN.
a ;. 1>u ner,
NOTICE IS HEREBY (11VEN that
'' cngag. In
uud. r i nai......'
CAPITOL CIGARETTE A: CICJAIt
M VCHINES .11 : II Mh Stre. t, Miami
1 1, Kla., Intend I register Bald
. th. Clerk of the Circuit
. : 1 -.. i C.mnty, Florida.
RAPH VE. >L Ql'INTANO.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN,
Attori j foi Ap|ili< n(
. 1 1 -IS
KN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
but nen under the fictitious name of
I1KACH FOOD CENTER, at 1421
Washington Ave., Miami Reach. Fla.,
intend lo register said name with the
Clerk .'f the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Ki"i'id i.
JOSEPH EHRLICH
NATHAN EHRLICH
DAVID HROOKS
B. MAX GOLDSTEIN,
Attorney for Applicants
3/22-29 4/5-12-U _____________
NOTICE IS 1IERE11Y tllVEN that
the undersigned, .1. siring to engage in
business under the fic-tltlous naroe of
10MEORT-EASE COUCH COMPANY
al 1637 S. W. 27th Avc.. Miami. Kla.,
Intends to register Mid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SIDNEY HYMAN.
:: 22-J9 4/5-12-H_________________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name ol
SOl'THERN I.Afyl'KRS COAT-
INtlS CO., at Miami, Florida. Intend
register said name with the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
IRA S. LEVY
LOUIS WINTER
', 22-29 1 T.-12-19
LEGAL
NOTICE NiiT^"*
My^XSJ
,AC* COCI*
V-12 :':; s/l
bueln. 1 ,,'"' '"pniu'J
EUato*S!?*b5i
County. |-|,i,|,;"cul' ComJ
K.VINq KOPPe,.
' HK.N
PHILIP .'
Attorn, v for \.ii
1 !j'M'Plicani,
,, N'": :' :> hkiu:
m
Ha.. Intend to ri'"
With th. '!:!<,/,%
CLBM MYBR80M
ISAAt^'i'oFVp^
APMCWI
NOTICE IK iFERiiT
the undersigned, demnu
',"."'"" "" fictlth
JERSEY FOOD cestK?
n A v. Miami ii.Jh
'" I nami
of the Cli ill Court of
Hoi Ida
milton x nmSff1
Attori ?j lor Applies
4 B-12-19-21 .1 3
(
A reduction in office personnel
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has been announced
by Morris Klass. executive direc-
tor.
"The campaign is in the past
and I want to take this oppor-1
tunity to thank the members of (
the Federation staff for the ex-
cellent work and co-operation
which helped make it a success,"
he stated.
Those employed by Federation
during the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal drive, who have left the
office, ars Mrs. Benjamin LeVine,
office manager; Helen Shapiro,
publicity director; Helcne Folk-
IE .' U"RT OF THE COKNTY
JCDOE, STATE OP FLORIDA,
DADE COUNTY
No
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE.
1 r R E ATRICE Ri IRF.N-
RTOfK TANENRAUM, formerly BE-
E R. 'SENSTOCK, Deeei
Notle. I v I i- v.-n thai I
:! r. !'(-! at ^dmli I 1
of BE VTRICE R. ISEN-
K TANENRAUM formerly BE-
ATRICE ROSENSTOCK, deeeai
1 have filed my petition for fin-,1
ind thai "n the 11M1 da\
194s. I will apply to the Hm
F inton. County .1 idge
11 u. Floi Ida, f
11 fli I report J I for I
n idn : i ii
This 1th d
CHARLES M, TANENRAUM,
...... Adn
WILLIAM L. r\I.T.r,T.
Attornej I *
1214 Con in.la .
Mlnml I'
: 3
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ign. d, d< -.' Ing lo ngnge In
- under the fictitious name of
MARTI.VS, ..' I6.'.2 N. W ISth Street,
Miami. Fla., Intends to register said
i Clerk of the Circuil
Court of I lade Ci intj FI01 Ida.
MAX SCHWARTZ.
Soh '\\ ner
\S.\ VC JOFPE,
Mtorni y f"i Appli. anl
29 1 5-12 19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
- undei the fictil lous name of
FLORIDA BUSINESS SERVICE at
in N 1: Ivenue, Ml iml, PI 1 .
ntend 1 ler said name w tli the
1 f th. circuit Court "f I lade
Ida
IRVINO ELFMAN
PAUL ELPMAN
I
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
[he und. n Ign. I, d. -1 ins; t.
' AMEO I'HARM \C\
on Av, 1 1
'. '
EIiW VRn EHR1 nil
man, Lila Goodglass, Mrs. M. J.Imyers ^'ii'i'V''\ \'":
Kopelowit7, Florence Miller and
Jack Birnman.
Still with Federation arc Mrs.
Fay Oliver, bookkeeper: Reva
Slotchiver and Eileen Cowen,
stenographers, and Louis Margu-
lies, Nancy Rlnck, Augusta Sha-
piro. Margot Fine and Mrs. Nor-
man Freeman.
'12-19-26 "
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN tl .1
the ui
Miami Avenu.
Miami B. h. PI 1 nt.

cull Court of D ,.
LEON KAPLAN RENAT0 =V1
I/I!
GOVERNOR TO SPEAK
AT DRUG CONVENTION
Gov. Millard Caldwell will ad-
dress the Florida State Drug con-
vention at its session Thursday
afternoon at the McAllister hotel,
according to Philip Steir. presi-
dent of the Southeast Florida
Pharmaceutical association.
The convention, which will ex-
tend from Tuesday through
Thursday, will hear an address
of welcome dehsl^B^s^lav^r
Perrine Palmer, $r%
Tuesday.
^
r 710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-,
Y-TIL 3-343LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
NE OmCUUY KPKSOIT
tk MAJOHn of NMnan
JEWISH FL'KRAL KOHfS
In/wmolion Gladly fuinahtd en Ktquttt
SERVING MIAMI BEAM t MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
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1 5-U?l?NET "VMAN
NOTICK IS
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MWAVsVwo'sHOp'.t^
p.m.,r!KOROE CHERTKOF&le wn9".
1M Wathinaton Kn,
Miami Beich
THOS. M. BURNS, JR.
Funeral Director
ABE EI8ENBERO, TrjUrtr
la Mew York:
78th Si. and Amsterdam A.
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NOTj.K IS IIKKEBTU,
the ..,]
'-' the llrlitial
MIAMI \H.I:.-.\NTI!,E r1
Mian I, orlda, intend
aid with the Cltj
cult ol I '.ide f
3 '22-29
JOHN
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IOS. L PLUMMER
Funeral Director
MONUMENT
"Miami's Oldest and I
Operated M
SIDNEY H. PA
You need no
6 to 10 months ia|
monuments. We 1
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mediate delivery.
All Styles ol Hd
Lettering and!
Phone
For an Appoii
3279 S. W. 8th I
Opposite Woodlawn
MOUNT NEB
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympia Building Phone *
Mount Sinai Memorial H
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEiMETWJ
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE D'Gr
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19, 1946
Uew AJC to Hold First Tea
JewJsiJhrMtor)
PAGE ELEVEN
,m. Wednesday at
Ae*a*v will inaugurate ac-
l*M"7 the newly formed Mi-
tivities
chapter
of
the American
n" ^rwress, Women's divi-
jevdsh Congie- __ George
K.jTtSpowry president.
cherlk;< h e been sent out,
EWE i-s invited, Mrs.
^^U^-afternoon will
KTSS2 Mrs. Ida Com-
r?S temporary secretary;
Sfk EX. i" -idL,nt ofhth*
Kr Miami chapter, which
fat the Beach: Mrs. Louis
|rand Mrs. Philip Salmon,
K the Beach group.
The program will include a talk
on "Democracy in Action" by Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, cultural educa-
tion chairman of the Greater
Miami chapter, and a skit de-
picting the functions of the AJC.
The new group was organized
several weeks ago under the di-
rection of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen
S. Wise, presidents of the national
Men's and Women's divisions of
the Congress. Mrs. Leslie, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers, and Mrs. Ann
Meyers Weinstein were instru-
mental in founding the 'Miami
chapter.
Beth Sholom Members
| To Elect Officers
Election of officers and re-
Mrtj of committees are on the
agenda of Temple Beth Sholom
which *iH hold its annual gen-
eral membership meeting at 8
p,m. Wednesday.
Council for Judaism
ISchedules Dinner
Rabbi Carl Hiram of West
Ipalm Beach will be guest speaker
Iat a dinner to be held by the
lAmerican Council for Judaism,
IfSouth Florid., chapti r, 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the Downtown
I club.
Around tab! ission on the
laims of the Council will follow
Ithe dinner. Benjamin Bronston,
(president of the chapter, is chair-
|man. Over 100 members of the
aponpo sSa ipv inh
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St
Phone 2-7439
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St
Miami Beach
And for your convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Fierier St., Miami
.-ingtotheb*^
authorities, the mlnii
mum daily A, D and H
Complex ViUmin re-,
quircmentsof the vr-<
age person are: m
A 1.000 l!SP ValS. d
Jl;SP Units, bTsjI
"wimateiT l(lmiar.r*,M' and W
o0l*f B CmJi ri,^!'rcd amounts foJ
PNE-A-DAY band
' &chO.VE n!iIT,*MIN TABLETS
D Tablet ct,KDAX v'tnun A and
"IP daily ^S"11"3 ,han the, mini-i
S"N Thi. "DAY Vitamin H
fi*4|rSimtau" *U mini"
'J?5 iffRASft" B ViUmins.
NEW TEEN-AGE GROUP
TO HOLD FIRST SOCIAL
First social affair of the newly
organized teen-age group will be
held in the social hall of Temple
Beth Sholom at 8 p.m. Saturday.
Dancing and refreshments will be
featured. All young people be-
tween the ages of 15 and 17 are
invited.
The new group was formed by
high school students last Sunday.
Carol Solomon was elected tem-
porary chairman and Marilyn
Goodman, temporary secretary.
MSL Outlines
New Program
Converting to a peacetime
schedule, the Miami Service lea-
gue is making plans for rhumba
and calisthenics classes and scout
leadership, according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. George
Chertkof, president.
Veterans and their wives will
be honored at the first rhumba
in Monday evening, April 29,
at the Miami Y. Veterans who
wish to attend are asked to call
Mrs. Chertkof at 3-7223.
On the following evening, MSL
will inaugurate its women's calis-
thenics group at the Y. Mrs. A.
Silvers has been appointed chair-
man of the project.
Mrs. Bernie Sterling has been
named chairman of the league's
scouting project which will be
concerned with the formation and
supervision of Brownie and Girl
Scout troops at the Y. League
1 members will be given a scout-
master training program in order
to undertake the project.
Recent work of the group in-
cluded preparation of Passover
food packages for hospitalized
servicemen and veterans and the
manning of ticket booths for the
Leonard Rose concert.
The league, which holds its
regular meetings on Monday eve-
nings at the Y, will conduct its
next session April 29.
MEN'S CLUB SLATES
VOTING FOR MONDAY
wkn vnVTi. "'outer B '
PWWS v'*in. compar.
C? hlUrZl3nvc"nfo to thai
tSjvSSu ,J*'"reiMnU, Sea
local district are expected to at-
tend, according to Harry Boyell,
secretary.
Moving
We Sare You Money
Collins Transport a Trading;, Ins.
n n. r.. MBD ST.
____ Phone 3-0789
Election of officers and a board
of directors for the coming year
will highlight the meeting of the
Temple Israel Men's club, to be
held at 8:15 p.m. Monday eve-
ning at the Temple.
Following the business meet-
ing, refreshments will be served
and door prizes awarded.
Ask Housewives To Buy
Items For Europeans
"Buy an Extra Item" is the call
that B'nai B'rith Women are is-
suing to Miami housewives as a
reminder of the less fortunate in
Europe. The organization has
placed the "Buy an Extra Item"
signs on boxes in a number of
local stores to collect canned
goods, medical supplies and baby
layettes for war survivors.
Collection boxes have been set
up at the Tip Top and Tanner's
groceries and Kiel's bakery on
West Flagler street, the Sunshine
Curb market at 300 S. W. Eighth
ave., and the Beach Y.
Mrs. S. J. Covner is chairman
of the collection project.
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C. W. PETERS
to
State Legislature
(Group Three)
Stands on His Record
There Is No Substitute for Experience
Pd. Political Adv.
110 E. FLAGLER ST.
Lorraine Arcade
Room 202
S. J. DESTRO
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PAGE TWELVE
Zionists to Attend
Training Institute
Selection of delegates to a
Zionist institute and arrange-
ments for the selection of candi-
dates for the Brandeis camp in-
stitute were made by the Greater
Miami Zionist Youth commission
at a recent special meeting in the
offices of S. A. Goodman, chair-
man.
i Local representatives who will
attend tht institute for training
Zionist leadership in Savannah
April 26-28 are Miss Dorothy Sus-
man, of Junior Hadassah: the
Misses Miriam Feit, Toby Cooper
and Shirley Barnett, Young Ju-
daea leaders, and Harold G. Sha-
piro, of Masada.
Dr. Shlomo Bardin. executive
director of the national Zionist
Youth commission and director of
the Brandeis camp, will be prin-
cipal speaker.
Mrs. George Cohen has been
named chairman of the committee
which will select campers to at-
tend the Brandeis institute in
July and August. Located in
Winterdale, Pa., the camp is de-
signed to train future Zionist
leaders.
Persons Interested in attending
the camp may contact Mrs. Cohen
or her committee members: Har-
old G. Shapiro. Natalie Frankel.1
Emanuel Stadlin and Mrs. M.
Lesowoder.
At the commission meeting Mrs,
Lesowodei reported on Young
Judaea work, of which she is
chairman. Reports were also
given by Miss Frankel, pn
of Junior Hadassah: Mr. Shapiro,
of Masada, and Mr. Stadlin,
Habonim.
+jelst[krjdto!L
Dr. Kaplan To Conduct
Institute Of Judaism
Dr. Jacob" H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, has
been asked to conduct an insti- j
tute of Judaism for the Christian
ministers of Jacksonville on May
7. The subjects for his two lec-
tures are "The Philosophy of
Judaism" and "The Ethics oi
Judaism."
Rabbi Kaplan is president of
the Association of Rabbis of the
State of Florida, which will meel
in Jacksonville on April 28-30.
He is also president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical associ-
ation.
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Miami 30, Florida
Organized 1902
Officers
WILEY R. REYNOLDS
President
H. BLAKE OLIVER
Finl Eiecuti'e Vkt President
J. G. LEYBOURNE
Vice President
CARL MEEKS
Vice President
WILLIAM C. HILL
Kice President
HARRY G. RETALICK
Vice President
CHARLES E. BUKER
Vice President
CHARLES E. KLUGH
Vice President
C. RUSSELL SOHN
Vice President
ROBERT M. McD\NALD
Vice Presides!
R. M. DOYLE
Kiea President
CLARENCE C. NIELSON
V,ce President
H. FRANK NORTHROP
Cce President
OLIN G. SYMONS
Vice President
DAVID B. ALTER, JR.
Vice President and Trust Ottictr
O. E. ROUSH
Coi^/f t
M. E. STEPHENS
^ssijfonf Vice President
WINTON M. WRIGHT
Assistant Vice President
WILLIAM B. CATOE
Assisicnl Vice President
LEWIS G. BRANNING
Assistant Vice President
HOWARD A. TYLER
Assistant Vice President
ROBERT H. MAYO
Assistant free President
EDNA A. LINDBLOM
Assistant Vice Presiaent
ERNEST G. GEARHAR".
Assistont Vice President
J. M. ASHMAN
BYRON L. RAMSING
Assistant Caih'er
TORRENCE J. TROUT
Aitiitant Cosmic
JOHN G. FUZZARD
Assistant Cashier
RAYMOND RINGDAHL
Assistant Cosher
WILLIAM H. REMPE
Aiiisfant Cashier
JOHN PASCALIS
Assistant Cashier
F. B. COOGLER, JR.
Aaiitant Cashier
PEG C. DEVLIN
Aaiitant Cashier
LAURA B. MORGAN
Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR McCORMACK
Assistant Cashier
of Miami
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
APRIL 2, 1946
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks.......................$ SS2
U. S. Government Securities ..................... 85.466.830.51
i vemment Obligations
State and Municipal Bonds ...................... 170.336.61
I .:: Exempt
Marketable Corporation Bonds ................... 560,996.89
Ai! Listed en the New York Stock Exchange
Other Foreign Bonds............................ Non#
i
Total Cash and Securities ...................
Commercial Loans to Individuals,
Firms and Corporations ..................... 3,308,121.18
Al! in the U. S. A. 74% of our loans are se-
cured by U. S. Government Bonds, Government
Contracts, Securities, Commodities, and Cash
Surrender Vclue of Life Insurance Policies, all
based en present day valuation.
First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate......... 390,853.53
Total Loans and Mortgages .................
Furniture and Fixtures ..........................
Banking House ...............................
Other Real Estate ..............................'
Federal Reserve Bank Stock....................
First National Holding Corp. Stock ...............
Accrued Income Receivable .....................
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources...........
Overdrafts ......................................
Customers' LiabilityLetters of Credit............*
Total Resources ...........................,
LIABILITIES
Capital (Common Stock) ........................ $ 3.000,000.00
Surplus......................................... 600.000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves .................. 1.341.493.89
Capital Funds and Reserves.................
Letters of Credit...............................
DEPOSITS i
Demand 92% ................................ $107,135,415.78
Time 8%.................................... 9,782.829.29
V.'e pay 1% per annum on Time and Savings
Deposits under $5,000 and 1/2 of 1 % over $5,000.
Total Deposits ................
Total Liabilities --- ~*<
$116,430,504.70
3.698,974.71
138.551.44
700.300.00
76.002.80
108,000.00
300,000.00
294.658.07
112.640.07
107.17
16,501.24
$121,876,240.20
S 4,941.493.89
16.501.24
$121,876,240.20
GEORGE E. WHITTEN
President, Burdint'i, Inc.
PAUL R. SCOTT '"" lKffi',Tj5*i& 52 No."W ,8" ">">
Loftm, Anderson. Scott. "**, American National Bank at Miami
McCarthy &. Preston. Attorneys u,., _w _
JOHN E. FENN W,LEY REYNOLDS
President, Orange Slate Oil Co. r, ''"'<';'. WW National tank or MJomi
WM. P. MOOTY CWm00 ""'. *" National Bonk* Uiami
President The franklin Prest Inc. u/ll PY D innioi -.-
C B. CHINN W,LEY R- REYNOLDS, JR.
Fmident. 7he Belcher Oil Company fr*Hdtnt, W. R. Reynold, 6 Co.
Facilities AvailabU to Banks. Corporations and Individuals
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