lass Protest Picketing Monday to Register
Approval British Palestine Policy Outrages
II ....___^ ll_ iril ip nn nnnRiiiifiTinun
[aMass Meeting? Why
Why are similar
i taking place ail over
M Why protest?
[simple and direct ques-
[ Very easy to answer.
Uy not diificult to under-
an "act of war" is
against the Jewish
it is time to mass to-
Ume to protest time to
r indignation and that
yone who believes in
100,000 Jewish lives
be sacrificed upon the
Ideceit and double-cross,
) to raise our voices.
Britain has violated
let of decency and con-
wfaell in a manner un-
p? a big nation of
[every agreement and
faction with the United
h reference ;o the
lerican Inquiry Com-
l-il is time to serve
1 such action cannot
[Britain embarkr, upon
[Polity of ruthless sup-
nilO ON PAGE 6)
Undertaken By Groups
Max Goodman, Harry Magid,
I. N. Parrish, Bob Davidson
and N. H. Hankoff have been
named as a five-man board to
adjust future rentals on a basis
"to assure landlord and tenant"
a square deal." by the City
Council of Miami Beach.
The board will function to
allow no change in current
rentals for at least 30 days and
to make necessary changes on
a reasonable basis. Any apart-
ment house owner or tenant
may apply to the board for ad-
justment of present rates.
Burnett Roth, secretary of the
American Veterans committee,
has spearheaded his organiza-
tion's anti-inflation drive with
a series of meetings and ap-
pearances this week. Picket-
ing of unfair individuals has
PRICE: TEN CENTS
AGENCY WIEMBERSi'Poiish Peg
HELD: LEADERS I'^f"? n
I rial For Lives
Irgun Frees British
y-< Histadruti. ln Tel
"was the sctiu i f one
J"** and reporters
Center the build-
JERUSALEM (JTA)The three
British officers who have been
held as hostages for 17 days by
the Irgun Zvai Leumi were freed
this week, it was announced here
officially. They were dumped
out of a truck on a main street
of Tel Aviv.
Their release followed the ac-
tion of High Commissioner Sir
Alan G. Cunningham in commut-
ing to life imprisonment the death
sentences imposed upon two
members of the Irgun. Joseph
Simkhon and Itzchak Azbcl. The
officers, Capt. A. W. Taylor, Capt.
H. K. Spencer and Capt. G. C.
Warburton, were abducted on
June 18 from an officers' club in
The situation here continued
tense this week with arrests con-
tinuing to be made in various
parts of the country. An aver-
age of about 400 Jews daily are
reported being brought to Latrun
prison and thc Athlit camp.
JERUSALEM (JTA)-Thc Brit-
ish government is reliably re-
ported to have recommended to
thc Palestine administration that
it release the arrested leaders of
the Jewish Agency.
Thc final decision of the Pales-
tine government, to which Lon-
don is understood to have given
full discretion, is still unknown,
but High Commissioner Sir Alan
G. Cunningham held hurried con-
ferences at Government House
this week with high officials of
his administration and Gen. Sir
Miles Dcmpsey, British command-
er in the Middle East, who ar-
rived this week.
The authorities said that about
1,000 of the 3,000 persons arrested
since the raids began have been
released. Those released are
mostly young people under 16
and persons over 70.
Jews thronged synagogues
throughout the country Monday
as the Jewish community ob-
served a day of protest and prayer
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Voice of Youth"
Program to Have
WARSAW (JTA)Polish Pre-
mier Eduard Osubka-Morawski
has demanded the death sentence
for the leaders and instigators of
last week's pogrom of Kielce
during which at least 40 Jews
and four Poles were killed. The
trial of the ringleaders opened
in Kielce early this week.
He declared: The "Kielce inci-
dent shows that we are still
struggling against Hitlerian dis-
ease. In a democratic country
there is no place for this."
The deputy militia commander
at Kielce has been arrested for
complicity in the riots. It was
revealed that some of the Jews
were turned over to the mob by
a number of men in official uni-
form. The first mob assault on
the Jewish community headquar-
ters had proved unsuccessful
when a group of Polish militia-
men offered to conduct the Jews
through the angry crowd.
B'nai B'rith District
Executive to Convene
An executive meeting of B'nai
B'rith District 5 will be held Sun-
day and Monday at the Ogle-
thorpe hotel in Savannah, Ga.
Lou Heiman, district first vice-
president; Harold Turk, Nat
Shorstein, and Dave Katz will
attend from this area. Isaac
MflkftJiAA C-- !_.. i Gradman, district president, from
OVieS Opeaker|Asheville, N. C, will preside.
George Talianoff, Florida reg-
Ni LodSes Sta3e
P '"crease Membership
SaIm! \[als Beach Matures Festival
I Meettng To Add New Memberg
r*m lodge-.. -1,000
A summer festival will be given
for members and friends of the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Tues-
day evening at 8 p.m. at a Miami
Beach hotel to be announced..
Dr. Harold Rand is chairman of
Jack Abbott, chairman of the
month-long membership drive, is
'"King that "every member
Pledge a member" in an effort to
increase the rolls from 500 to
1.000. Serving with Mr. Abbott
in the drive are Isadore Arono-
vitz, Barnett Bcckerman, George
M. Cohen, Jerry Harry Day, Irv-
'"g Firtel, Jacob Fishman, Sey-
^fgo T """>">.
oroon, all Herr, Sam Lachman and Martin
h* ,eam Abe Mazor, Al Osheroff, A. L
- ""Heiman. ten;
* it1 Rnth-
1 hld Th
Perper, Mortimer Raskin, Morris
((CONTINUED ON PAQE )
The "Voice of Youth" series,
sponsored by all Jewish youth
groups of Greater Miami, will be-
gin this Sunday night, July 14, at
the Miami Y at 8:00 o'clock with
a program commemorating Inde-
pendence and Bastille days.
Thc program will be opened
with the singing of the National
Anthem by Marjorie Miller, pres-
ident of the A.L.S., a B'nai B'rith
group. This will be followed by
the showing of two films, "Over
the Rainbow Bridge" and "Linked
in Freedom's Cause."
The first film deals with one
of the most dramatic events in
recent American immigration
the release of 923 refugees from
the emergency shelter at Oswego,
and their resettlement throughout
the country with the aid of the
National Refugee service. This
documentary film has a full mu-
sical score and a narrative by
Wm. S. Gailmor, nationally-
known radio and film commen-
tator. It shows the refugees ar-
riving in Fort Ontario in August,
1944, weary and ragged after
years of flight and imprisonment
in European concentration camps.
It shows how they received the
news of President Truman's di-
rective in December, 1945, which
opened the way to freedom. Then
it takes a typical family through
the process of applying for visas,
planning for resettlement and
preparing for departure. Thc
climax comes in a sequence show-
ing the first group leaving the
Shelter by buses and crossing the
Rainbow Bridge to Niagara Falls,
(CONTINUED ON PAQE '
league, will address the gather
A mass meeting at Flamingo
park band shell Monday night at
8 o'clock will register this area's
protest against Great Britain's
Sponsored by some 20 Jewish
organizations at the call of the
American Zionist Emergency
council, the gathering will hear
national speakers joining with
local officials in demonstrating
disapproval at the series of events
transpiring in the Holy Land.
The mass meeting, at which
live thousand persons are ex-
pected to attend, will culminate
a series of demonstrations to be
held during the day, including
protest picketing at the office of
the British consul in Miami.
Harry Simonhoff, chairman of
the American Zionist Emergency
council in Miami, stated that the
20 affiliated local organizations
were unanimous in deciding upon
rl protest action. "The fate of
100,000 tortured men, women and
children is at stake. The British
government refuses to fulfill its
pledges. The critical position of
the Jews in Palestine, as well as
those in the displaced persons
camps is the concern of every
thinking American. The decision
to hold these mass demonstrations
comes as a result of the urgent
pleadings and demands of so
many of our citizens in this area,"
said Mr. Simonhoff.
Jack D. Burris, president of the
Miami Beach Zionist Organiza-
tion, and co-chairman of the Mon-
day night meeting, announces
that Dr. Arthur Lelyveld. of the
National Committee for Unity on
Palestine, is scheduled to be one
of the principal speakers. Polit-
ical and civic leaders will like-
wise address the meeting.
Set for November 15
The week end of Nov. 15 has
been set for the Southeastern
Regional Zionist conference,
which will be held at the Na-
tional hotel. Harold Shapiro,
convention chairman, expects ap-
proximately 150 delegates and
their wives to attend the meet-
Said Mr. Burris: "The recent
director, Anti-Defamation position of England with respect
to its Palestinian policy, is a
brazen contempt of the requests
of President Truman, and the
unanimous resolution of the
American Congress. There is a
limit even to the patience of all
fair-minded Americans. Almost
a year after their alleged rescue
from the Nazi hordes, the Jews
of Europe remain in concentration
camps. Their condition is less
tolerable than that of the defeat-
ed Germans. Every informed ob-
server who has returned from
Europe warns of the possibility
of mass suicide if they are not
immediately evacuated to Pales-
tine. Emergency action is need-
ed, and that is why citizens of
this area are joining communities
all over the country in holding
these mass protest meetings."
Participating agencies in the
Monday mass meeting, in addi-
tion to the American Zionist
Emergency council, are: Miami
Beach Zionist district, Miami
Zionist district, Miami Beach
lodge, B'nai B'rith; Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah, Miami chap-
ter of Hadassah, Miami Pioneer
Women, Miami Beach Pioneer
Women, American Jewish Con-
gress, Women's Division, Miami;
American Jewish Congress, Wom-
en's Division, Miami Beach;
Greater Miami Rabbinical coun-
cil, Miami Beach Mizrachi, Jew-
ish National Workers' Alliance
Masada, Junior Hadassah, Busi-
ness and Professional Women of
Hadassah, Habonim, the Bureau
of Jewish Education, and Miami
Beach Mizrachi, Women5s Divi-
Y President Tenders
Resignations to Board
George Chertkof, president ot
the YM & YWHA of Miami, who
is also serving as chairman of
the building fund campaign of
the organization, tendered his
resignation at a special meeting
of the board Wednesday. His (Beach
resignation, prompted by illness
and press of other personal duties,
was accepted with regret.
Mr. Leo Ackerman, past presi-
dent of the organization, was
drafted to replace Chertkof as
chairman of the building fund
campaign and will immediately
assume his duties, calling for an
organization meeting next week.
Mr. Ackerman has been one of
the ardent supporters of the in-
stitution for a number of years.
Mr. Leon Kaplan, chairman of
the board and vice president, will
assume the presidency. Vacan-
ies caused by the resignation will
be filled at a meeting July 24.
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*~'_ _j"Hcdscc= week =* spencLng seTeTs^ Mn '' Kwfc-
Gerald wai bora to Dr. and
y*s Maurice Serotto. 2154 S.
'.V 22nd st. on July 6. He is
;-e crraDdson or Mr. and Mr*.
i==c Levin Steven Eric wa
rcm to the Irving rfoAacsoas.
3915 N Mendian are, on Jorjr
- Barbara Ixnxise was bora
c ft* Joel Newmans. 606 W.
5ist sl. Mxnni Beach, on Tune
2 Mr. end Mrs. Bernard A.
Weik-nd. S45 Michigan ave..
-~c a baby girl Lorraine Bar-
bara, on Jury 1 ... A boy. Paul
-wjl was bora to Mi. and Mrs.
A. Schoerdeld. 431 N. W. Fifth
st. on Jury L
Gillers In Cuba
Ml mi Mrs. Ncr-.a.-. GJler., y_
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Irwin D. Wolf, jr., the
to Florence Cromer, is
lymooning in New York
ICauda. The Wolfs, who
: married June ") at the
jailles hotel, will make
r home in Pittsburgh.
ICE SMwi: 4 windows. 2
|linjean. on Miami Beach.
kitchen and dining room
Mult observe strict
V A. EMANUEL
III Ocean Drive. Apt. 10
club in the Catskills in New
York Jerome Goldberg, of
566 Euclid ave., has recently
been discharged from the Navy
... Dr. and Mrs- M. J. Rose, of
2545 Pine Tree dr., are vaca-
tioning at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel in New York. Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, of 1710 Lenox ave., is
also there .
Mrs. Albert Pollak and chil-
dren, Gail and James, are
among Miami Beach residents
vacationing at the Lakeside inn
on Lake Osceola in Henderson-
ville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Treister, 1220 Lenox
ave., flew to New York to join
their son, Leonard, who has
been released from the Navy.
Kenneth Treister is accompany-
ing them Mrs. Sam Scha-
chno, 744 Michigan ave., left
for New York last Sunday to
study physical therapy. She
will be away for two months.
Mrs. Max Finklestein, of 513
Congress bldg., is leaving for
her vacation in Binghamton,
N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harry I.
Magid, 1810 Alton rd., returned
from a several weeks' stay in
Nashville, Tenn., where they
visited their family, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald H. Ghertner and
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell S. Magid.
Miss Carolyn Saffer, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saf-
fer, 1425 S. W. 18th st. returned
to Miami to attend the wedding
of Miss Muriel Etkins Sunday
dorf-Astoria in New York
Lt Henry L. Ellis, who has been
stationed in Greenville, S C
stopped he,e for a visit with
Mrs. Ellis en route to his new
post in Tampa Irving Koff-
ler, fiancee of Miss Gerre Slep-
ian daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William R. Slepian, is v.sitinq
with them from Mobile, Ala. .
Rev. M. A. Emanuel, 918
Ocean dr., returned to Miami
after visiting with his daughter.
Mrs. Freda Harari, in New
York, Philadelphia and Scran-
ton, Pa. He has resumed peda-
gogy in Hebrew and the Tal-
mud. Mrs. Emanuel is leaving
this week for New York ... Dr.
and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan will
leave Monday to spend a few
weeks in Asheville, N. C. They
plan to stop at the Manor .
Miss Margie Miller, dauqhter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller. 602
S. W. Third st., and Miss Glen-
nor Cravitt, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph Cravitt, 201
S. W. 26th rd., were crowned
sweethearts of AZA chapters
322 and 519, respectively, at the
annual sweetheart formal held
Sunday evening at the Police-
men's Benevolent association.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabino-
witz, 735 Meridian ave., are
motoring to Denver. Colo. They
will continue to San Francisco
where Mrs. Rabinowitz will at-
tend the National Shrine con-
She left again this week for j vention Mrs Raymond
New York Harold Kasse-'Katz and Jackie will leave next
witz has returned home after
visiting in the Carolinas .
Sidney Lefcourt returned from
New York and Washington this
week. He spent several days
with his wife and son ,
Mr. and Mrs Jack Jayson are
vacationing in New York .
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, of Palm
Island, is a guest at the Wal-
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Y. Mr- and Mrs. Herman
Gross left this week for Brook-
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Mencher
returned to their home, 510
76th st., Miami Beach, from
New York city in time to cele-
brate the ninth birthday of
their son, Stephen Mrs
George J. Talianoff and Susan
are leaving tomorrow for Long
Beach, L. I., where they will
spend the summer visiting with
Mrs. Talianoff's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Farr re-
turned from a trip to Havana,
Cuba, this week Mr- and
Mrs. Albert Yellin, of Savan-
nah, are honeymooning on
Miami Beach at the Cromwell
hotel. While here they are
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Gladstone .
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenstein
will celebrate their silver wed-
ding anniversary Wednesday,
July 17, at their home, 4342
Sheridan ave. All relatives
and friends are cordially in-
A welcome-home party was
given in honor of Bobby Rubin-
stein, recently discharged from
the Navy, by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. Rubinstein, last
MORE SOCIAL ON PAGE SIX
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wer-
man, who honeymooned on
Miami Beach last month, were
married June- ii at the Hotel
Pierre in New York city. Mrs.
Wormun is the former Miss
Ri nee Davis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Davis, of New
York. Mr. Werman is the
idson of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Werman, 1301 Alton rd.
August bros d *
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Ep-
sttin are at home at 1352 S. W.
Seventh st. after honeymooning
on the Beach. The bride is the
former Miss Gloria Schneidman,
daughter of the William Schneid-
mans, 624 S. W. 14th ave. They
were married on June 16 by
Rabbi Max Shapiro at the Na-
Attendants to the couple were
Miss Joyce Schneidman, maid of
honor; Mrs. Irwin Suberman, of
Gainesville, matron of honor, and
Irving M. Rosen, best man. A
dinner followed the ceremony at
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Laura Zubren and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Lerner, of Detroit.
Mrs. Epstein was graduated from
Miami Senior High school, and
before he entered the Army, Mr.
Epstein attended Lafayette col-
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THE "LIBERATED" JEWS OF EUROPE
STILL PLEAD FOR LIBERATION
The fate of 100,000 tortured men,
women and children is in your hands
citizens of America!
Unless the Jews in the Displaced
Persons Camps of Europe are permit-
ted to enter Palestine immediately,
they are doomed to a hopeless exist-
ence which may end in mass-suicide.
The President of the United States
and the Anglo-American Committee
of Inquiry on Palestine have called for
the immediate admission of 100,000
homeless Jews into Palestine. At least
a fraction of the Jewish remnants
could thus be saved.
But the British Government and
our own State Department would not
have it so! They employ delaying tac-
tics, when action is long overdue ..
They create new issues which have
no validity, when the real issue has
long been altogether clear. As for the
homeless Jews well, Jews are used
to suffering ....
But the gentlemen are wrong.
The lews of Europe have passed the
limits of endurance, and the Jews of
America have reached the end of
We demand action, not mere sympathy
If you want these tragic people saved now _
If you want an end to the delaying tactics of Great Britain and the U. S. State
THE GREAT MASS DEMONSTRATION
MONDAY, JULY 15th, 194*
FLAMINGO PARK -- 8:00 P. M. ;
BANDSHELL : JEFFERSON AVENUE AT TENTH STREET
AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL
Miami Beach Zionist District
Miami Zionist District
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
Miami Beach Mizrachi
Miami Beach Mizrachi Women's Division
Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami
CLUB No. 1
Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami
CLUB No. 2
Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami
Women's Division, American Jewish Congress
Women's Division. American Jewish Congress
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
Business & Professional Division of Hadassah
Jewish National Workers' Alliance.
Bureau of Jewish Education
a MrT~Melvin Gross-
a"d ';.';,. carried last
I- tfcuSft have arrived
fh to ChJ make their
,, nah b. Grossman or
u HBeac The couple honey-
,in Wisconsm. .^tending the
I. ... Mr- Max Gethner,
tThonor, and Richard
y\, best man. ____
Ltf Choow Officers
If. Kempter was installed
-cellor commander for th
'year of the Pythian
1 Miami Beach lodge No.
icently. Other officers are
a Snydtr. vice chancellor;
. Kostoff. prelate; Louis
"master of work; Joseph
keeper of records and seal;
H. Cohi-n, master of
Y i. Toby, master of ex-
0- J. Harry Day. master-
nsi' Jack Goldman, inner
'Robert Schorr, outer
Margi-r, Irving Nathanson,
Sturm, and Nat G. Kirsh,
at the installation
fLester Weiss, retiring chan-
commandtr; Leo Ebstein,
lAltschuler, and M. D. Gold-
, past chance!! rs; and Past
i Chancellor of the Domain
bode Island, Alfred Finkel-
YORK (JTA) Jewish
nities in various parts of
nited States and Canada are
:ting experimi nts aimed at
ping educational and recre-
activitia as well as co-
social relief on an
nraifflity basis in smaller
,it was reported this week
Council of Jewish Fed-
ts and Welfare Funds.
irts from various sections
)untry indicate that corn-
are strengthening their
Rructure and improving the
' of their service on every
[according to a survey made
]by the Council of Jewish
ptions and Welfare Funds.
loup survey is b< :ng launch-
| Jacksonville. Findings of
r>'e>' will have direct bear-
j the program and capital
to* of synagi gues as well
nunally financed agencies.
Asency Members Held; Leaders Plan StrateSy^clerdale Family
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
to proclaim its "dire distress" to
the world. The shofar was blown
in all synagogues.
The Arab Higher committee,
which has called for the court
martialling of Jewish leaders, an-
nounced that it is sending a dele-
gation to the Vatican to present
the Arab case to the Pope. U
will be headed by extremist lead-
er Auni Bey Abdul Hadi.
RAFF A, Palestine (JTA)
Seven Jewish prisoners who were
recently moved to the newly-
established internment camp here
from the Athlit camp told corre-
spondents of beatings by British
investigators during interroga-
tions in Athlit.
Mordechai Shattner described
how he had been dragged by the
hair and then beaten because he
refused to identify himself. "We
were not tortured as the Inquisi-
tion did, but such beatings can
certainly be considered torture
today." He said that Eir Evelyn
Barker, British commander in
Palestine, had visited the camp
and seen his scars. He quoted
one of the investigators as stat-
ing: "We will eliminate the Jew-
Leaders Meet With Weizmann
An emergency meeting of the
remaining members of the Jewish
Agency and the executive of the
Jewish National council met at
Dr. Weizmann's home in Rehov-
oth to map out Zionist strategy
in the crucial weeks ahead.
The chief problem at the mo-
ment is reorganising the Agency's
activities, since no replacements
will be named for the members
of the executive who are under
arrest. The official attitude on
non-cooperation with the govern-
ment must also be drafted.
The "Voice of Israel" declared
that' the British "provocations"
have not lured the Haganah into
an open battle, but "the day will
come when the Haganah will
choose the appropriate moment
The broadcast ridiculed the
government's "optimistic assump-
tion" that it has broken the back-
bone of the resistance by seizing
David Remez and Dr. Bernard
Joseph and has crippled illegal
immigration by detaining Isaac
Gruenbaum. It said that the
"Palmach," the Haganah striking
force, was intact and its most im-
portant leaders and instructors
are continuing their work. It
added that if the government's
allegation that Its iccnt activi-
ties were not aimed at the Ha-
ganah were comet, it would not
have conducted such a wide-scale
arms search at Yagour.
Documents Sent to London
Documents found in the Agency
tiles and seized during the iaid's
on various colonies have been
sent to London alter having bei n
examined by officers of the Crim-
inal Investigation division.
They will be scrutinized by ex-
perts and then will be incorpor-
ated in a government White Pa-
per which will att mpl t show
a link between mi of the
Agency and terrorist outbreak.,.
The authorities also claim that
they have discovered a lust of the
jPalmach's leaders and instructors
at the village of Mizra.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Katz of Ft.
I.auderdale announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Anita
Beverly, to Robert James Jacob-
son, son of Mr, and Mrs. I. L.
son of Dayton, Ohio. Miss
Katz is attending the University
jf Michigan and Mr. Jacobson is
j law student at the University
rf Cincinnati. No date has been
set for the wedding.
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MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
URUGUAY TO PROPOSE
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (JTA)
The Uruguyan government will
soon authorize immigration of
1,000 orphaned Jewish children
from Europe between the
of 4 and 22, it was reported here.
The plan for the immigration of
the children was proposed by the
Federation of Polish Jews.
According to the Fedi ration's
plan, the children would be
brought into the country by a
government bureau which would
then place them in Jewish [i stei
homes. Children between the
ages of 12 and 16" would be trained
for agricultural work while the
oldest groups would be placed in
various industries throughout the
Miss Sylvia Ofseur, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Of-
seur, Brooklyn, N. Y., became the
bride of David H. Bloom, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., Sunday at the
of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bernstein. 4460 Post avfc.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman
Zwitman of Temple Israel offici-
The couple will honeymoon in
Miami Beach and New York and
will reside in Pittsburgh. The
bridi ', p in nts flew to Miami for
The B'nai B'rith Girls District
No. 5 convention, which has been
postponed several times because
of polio conditions, has definitely
been set for Aug. 18-20 in Miami,
according to Miss Gertrude Car-
no vsky, director of girls' work.
Miss Sara Rose Schwartz, presi-
dent of the district, will preside
at the third annual meeting.
A preparations meeting to plan
the event has been called for
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the B'nai
B'rith office, 330 Seybold bldg.
U. S.-BRITISH EXPERTS
LONDON (JTA)The Anglo-
American experts who have been
conferring here on various as-
pects of the report issued by the
Committee of Inquiry on Pales-
tine have completed their work,
it was announced here.
The Americans who have
been participating in the confer-
ences are slated to leave for the
United States. They will report
to the Cabinet committee on Pal-
estine recently established by
President Truman. (Acting Sec-
retary of State Dean Acheson
confirmed in Washington that the
London conferences have ended.
He said that Henry Grady and
Goldthwaite Dorr, the alternates
on the Cabinet committee, will
leave for London on July 15.)
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Published Every Friday Sine. 1927
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Miami 18. Florida. Friday. July
TAMMUZ 13. 5706
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
(Copyright. 1946. J. T. A.)
BRITISH PERFIDY .
If there has ever been any doubt regarding the attitude of
the British government toward the Palestine question, that doubt
has now been dissipated by the treacherous, vile, inhuman and
Nazi-like action of the British authorities in Palestine.
The British raids and rounding up of Jewish Agency leaders
in Palestine indicate beyond a shadow of doubt that the latest
British treachery was not only an attempt at furthering a pro-
gram of terror and intimidation, but a deliberate attempt to
liquidate the Jewish national home by unilateral action and in
defiance of all commitments.
The action of the British government becomes even more
contemptible when it is realized that it was commenced at the
very time when oflicial British sources were intimating that
negotiations were proceeding with the American government
towards the settlement of the Palestine issue. That action is
very much reminiscent of the treacherous Jap attack on Pearl
Harbor while peace negotiations were going on in Washington.
The British claim that the blitzkrieg against the Yeshuv was
made to insure the peace and security of the country against
the activities of alleged Jewish terrorists and armed groups.
But that was a dishonest contention. In the first place, to sweep
down on a peaceful Jewish community on its Sabbath day, and
crrest 70 or 80 thousand people, is as -criminal an act as was
ever committed by the Nazis. It savors of a Lidice spirit. To
visit punishment on the entire Jewish community in Palestine
for the alleged transgressions of a few, is an act in defiance
of all decency.
Certainly the arrest of members of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive was an act clearly designed to incite the Yeshuv into action
which the British hoped would furnish them with an excuse for
a regime of terrorism. For throughout these years of anxiety
end tension in that unhappy land, the Jewish Agency stood
ly for peace and order even at a time when it realized that
::s attitude might be interpreted as a sign of weakness.
I: has recently been reported that the Arab league was
cor.templating to declare war against the Yeshuv, but that it
cbar.doned its plan when it realized that the well-knitted Jewish
ccrr.rr.unity in Palestine would be more than a match for the
Has Britain undertaken to do what the Arabs feared?
QUESTION: What is ih* 9in
of the term "Semite?"
ANSWER: One of Noah ? sons
is called "Sherr." in the B.bhcal
passages of Ger.es^. His descend-
ants were called Shem.tes later
on. This term was passed on to
us as Semites." The "Semites.
or the "Semitic Nations" are thus
so called because they are the an-
ancestral descendants of "Shem,
the son of Noah,
QUESTION: Which are the to-
called "Semitic Nations?"
ANSWER: According to the
Biblical classification which fol-
lows the line of genetical devel-
opment, the following peoples are
known as the classical "Semites':
The Arabs, the Babylonians, the
Assyrians, the Arameans and the
Hebrews. Modern studies, which
classify peoples on the basis of
their possession of a common
language, include the following
undtr the heading of the "Semitic
Nations": North Arabians, South
Arabians. Abyssinians, Babylon-
ians, Assyrians, Arameans, Phoe-
necians, Canaanites, Hebrews.
Moabites and Edomites. The lan-
guages of these nations are classi-
fied as Semitic languages.
QUESTION: What is the ori-
gin of the name "Israel?"
ANSWER: The origin of the
name Israel is found in the
eventful narrative described in
the Bible (Genesis 32) wherein it
is told that the Patriarch Jacob
fought with an angel, who was
supposedly the agent of Esau.
After a hard struggle. Jacob won
the battle. He would not let go
of the angel unless the latter
would bestow a blessing upon
him. whereupon the angel re-
plied, after inquiring of his name,
"Thy name shall be called no
more Jacob, but Israel; for thou
hast striven with God and with
men. and hast prevailed." (Gene-
ris 32:29.) The name has there-
fore been taken to mean "He who
striveth with God," or "The
champion of God."
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEI
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON.
ATTENTION: WARNING .
The Christian Veterans Intelli-
gence Bureau, 420 Farwell Build-
ing, Detroit, is said to be an anti-
Semitic outfit. Lorence Asman
is its mastermind. And this Mr.
Asman, who is Gerald L. K.
Smith's spokesman in Michigan,
is the National Vice-President of
Christian Y*uth for America. .
C.Y.A. is reported to be a Smith
sponsored organization. Now
here is something our defense or-
ganizations have overlooked. .
Rev. Harvey K. Springer, who co-
operates closely with the notor-
ious anti-Semite. Rev. Winrod,
publisher of "The Defender" is
also very close to Mr. Asman of
Detroit. All of which proves
that America's anti-Semitic or-
ganizations are paving the w.ay
for a United Front of their own. .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
LIFFE BEGINS AT 70 .
Dr. Alexander A. Bogomolets is
rapidly becoming a popular nanse
in America. He is the Soviet
genius experimenting with a new
serum he discovered a number of
years ago. The name of the
serum is A.C.S. meaning anti-
re ticular cytotoxic serum Bo-
gomolets is the son of a Jewish
mother, a noted revolutionary,
exiled by the late Tsar to Siberia.
. He is known in the Soviet
Union as "The Father of Longe-
vity" Bogomolets insists that
a man of 60 or 70 is still young
"because he has lived only half
his natural life" The Soviet
scientist says that "one can and
must struggle against old age. .
It can be treated just as any other
illness" A.C.S. is the serum
that is supposed to prolong your
life by strengthening the connect-
ing tissues of the human body. .
We've been told that the secret
of Stalin's miraculous recovery
from a major illness is due to
Bogomolets' A.C.S. A.C.S. is
viewed with great respect by dis-
tinguished American scientists. .iand their ,w0 #fo*,
Warner Brothers of Hollywood I and Stuart ^ ,
have set aside 15 milion dollars
as a subsidy for an institute of
research under the leadership of
Dr. Goldblatt, outstanding Amer-
ican authority on A.C.S. An-
other institute of A.C.S. research
under the guidance of Dr. Joseph
Skapier is being established in
New York by a group of progres-
sive businesses A.C.S. before
long will be the world's best-
known serum. Who doesn't
want to live to be 150 years. .
The mast I
York area Milo McDn
mitive director of T*<
Donald will deny beir.ga|
Semite but we have ha,
ordn -sk and the.
""M> rah I an angry ^
SbnVX 'Vlsh **
the ant:-s. ,, ..lc Brook
aids clo adjutants j,
Edward Lodge Currar,
lin's Man Friday.
Spent ih Fourth of J* |
end at Ch,.v-S BunbJ
CaUkiU Mountains ar.d|
ered a pot tial Danny I
His nan., is Eddie Krame]
satile comedian with real'l
"chayn" Dr Harry I
left the f. S. Army withj
of Majoi has been a
Chief ol the Tuberculcal
sion War Veteran'! Adi
tion. Dr. Katz is a soil
of the late Hebrew scholar!
mjon Lamport. Few
know that the Hebrew .
PARGOD has completed a]
season of Hebrew plays
Times Theatre in New Ym
((Copyright 1946 Seven]
Mr. and Mis. A. Adle
S. W. 24th ave., are
Phoenix, Ariz., for the j
of their niece ... Mr.
Harry Kohn, 4500 Pott I
"I've got to hand M to the fellow; that's the fourth rime he's Wded
us."British Embassy Spokesman.
(United Press Report) I
jpression of the Jews of Pales-
tine to divert attention from its
I failure to carry the committee's
recommendations and subjects
them to military control, martial
(law and naziiied persecution,
we must cry out and brand
such treatment as a violation
'ol civil rights and subordina-
tion to military dictatorial con-
That is why Mass Meetings
are in orderfor these reasons
must Jewry awaken from its
An awakened and aroused
Jewry will stimulate every right
thinking citizen of these United
States to join them in the fight
Our democracy is guided by
the will of an active majority.
.Other nations heed our right-
eous desires. The battle-lines
are now drawn. The last dim
spark in British decency is no
more. The Hebrews of Pales-
tine have no choice but to fight-
We have no alternative but to
help them with our every
Attend the Mass Demonstra-
tion Monday night at Flaminqo
Park Bandshell. Register your
Meet ex-sergeant John
warz, co-owner of New
mer cabana guests at I
Plaza hotel Mr. Kohn i
leased the Alcazar hoUi|
he will re-open in
Mrs. Nathan SchwarS^
New York Miss ]
engarten was hostess I
Tri Beta club at a party j
home on Miami
Mr. S. A. Goodman into
his vacation when l|
back lo Miami to compl
pending business tra
He has returned north |
to join his wife in
and from liter* will go to j
toga and Lake George,
newest successsful restaurant,
"Headquarters" Sergeant Sch-
warz planned the menu for the
Potsdam Conference of Truman,
Stalin and Churchill. He pre-
pared the settings for the now TCjZZT, port Jervis, N
famous toasts for General Eisen- <-eJwin In ron >*
hower, Marshall, Montgomery and j^. mici Mrs. Leo c
. He and his
He will also visit
Bethlehem. Pa. Their <
Marilyn and Marvill
spending the summer 4|
Marshall Zhukov .
sidekick Sergeant Snyder fed
hundreds of the world's ace news-
papermen, photographers, and
radio correspondents at the fam-
ous War Correspondents' Mess
Hall in the Scribe Hotel in Paris.
. An American war correspond-
ent in Paris suggested that the
boys, Schwarz and Snyder team
up and open a top-flight restau-
rant in New York. Thus "Head-
quarters" was born. And when
Eisenhower came to New lYork
recently, he visited "Headquar-
ters" and proclaimed his mess
sergeants America's finest res-
FASCIST FRONT .
The Fact-finding Department
of the Anti-Defamation League
reports four organizations in the
South cooperating with the Ku
Klux Klan. Remember these
four names: The Commoner Par-
ty in Georgia; The Sons of Dixie
in Tennessee. The Christian Vet-
erans Association in Chicago; The
and Florine and HerbieJ
S. W. Seventh st., WI
north this week Bo
man. Jerry Rauzin and r
Relman returned to IW
attending the Nation^
convention in Port Jer*
. Marvin SchenbaufflJ
of Miss Sybil Cowea, f
turned to Memphis, m
Mrs. Walter S. Bloom, *
lyn. N. Y.. and their*
Ruth, are visiting|
Beach with Mr-and JJ*J
Waldman M "T
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo".
733 Michigan ave.,
turned from servK*j-J
home from -J^J*!
Covan. son f 'Jj.g J
Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Miami from a P
w Uttiva o! Leonard
I s n of Mr. and Mrs^
Keller, 2129 S. W. Fourth
,1 take place tomorrow
', 9 o'clock .-it the Miami
Orthodox congregation. A
Lwffl be held afterward!
"friends are cordially in-
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and Col. Elry Stone
are board members of the recent-
ly incorporated Miami Marriage
and Family Life council. A re-
port of the first year's activity of
the council shows that in addi-
tion to the organization of a
permanent board, two courses in
J. B; Schwartz. R. Geringer
and Ben Rubin were among the
appointed officers of the Odd
fellows installed recently to lead
the Mt. Sinai lodge No. 10 in
ceremonies at the Odd Fellows
marriage and family life were
conducted, in which more than
900 persons participated.
TOBIN WINS AWARD Professor Entertained
Wayne Ernest Tobin, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tobin, 550
Michigan ave., won the loving
cup presented by Col. Leslie H.
Buswell to the piano student at
the Miami Beach Conservatory
who showed most improvement
in his work during a two months'
period. George is 12 years old
and is a student of George Huber.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Belanoff,
3199 S. W. 26th st., entertained
in honor of Prof. Jekutheil Gins-
burg of the Yeshiva university
at a dinner at their home. Guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. J.
Oxman, of Philadelphia; Mrs.
and Mrs. D. Freedman, Professor
Ginsburg's brother and sister.
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J. G. LEYBOURNE
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HARRY G. RETALICK
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ROBERT M. DOYLE. JR.
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WILLIAM B. CATOE
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'- it VI.-e-ITesldent
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June 29, 1946
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U. S. Government Securities 73,956,494.63
All Direct Government Obligations.
Canadian Government Bonds......................._....... 95,250.00
All Direct Government Obligations.
State and Municipal Bonds .. 542,325.81
Fully Tax Exempt.
Marketable Corporation Bonds 743,377.89
All Listed on the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Other Foreign Bonds....................___ None
Total Cash and Securities ......................................
Commercial Loans to Individuals, Firms
and Corporations _........................................._........ 3,190,955.81
All in the U. S. A. 71% of our loans are secured by
U. S. Government Bonds, Government Contracts,
Securities, Commodities, and Cash Surrender
Value of Life Insurance Policies, all based on
present day valuations.
First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate 227,763.08
Total Loans and Mortgages.....................------------------
Furniture and Fixtures..................................................
Other Real Estate _.............. ._......_.........................
Federal Reserve Bank Stock...........................................
First National Holding Corp. Stock ...........-------.....
Accrued Income Receivable.........................................
Prepaid Expenses and Other Resources................... .
Letters of Credit..................................................
Capital (Common Stock) ..............................................-$ 3,000,000.00
Surplus ............-....................... 650,000.00
Undivided Profits and Reserves ................................. 1,299,510.34
Capital Funds and Reserves..................................-----------------
Letters of Credit........
Demand 90%.......... llfiSmfi
Time-10% .......... .....................- 10,043,171.51
We Day 1% per annum on Time and Savings De----------------------------
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In a traditional Safardic cere-
mony performed by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, Miss Victoria Ojalvo
y Asseo was married to Lt. Eas-
ton Joseph Guillory on Saturday,
June 29. The ceremony took
place under the stars, in true tra-
dition, in the garden of the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff, 711
Lenox ave. Cantor Louis D.
Feder assisted the rabbi.
Senorita Luisa Ojalvo y Assco.
twin sister of the bride, was maid
of honor. Mr. and Mrs. A. Zieler,
friends of the couple, were Lt.
Guillory's attendants. Mrs. Guil-
lory is the daughter of Senor and
Senora Vitali Ojalvo y Carmona
of Guatanamo, Cuba. She was
graduated from Guatanamo High
school and served as secretary of
a young people's Jewish society
there. Lt Guillory is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Guillory of
Port St. Joe, Fla He has been
in service since 1935 and is now
serving at Guantanamo Bay.
Cuba, in the Fleet Training gioup
as instructor and inspector for
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Derthy and
Miss Rudy Brening, of Lakeland,
Fla.: Mrs. Adela Peckett and Mrs.
Amilia Brening. of Tampa, and
Susana and Jacbo Ojalvo y Cas-
ton of Guantanamo were among
the out-of-town guests.
A wedding supper for friends
and relatives at the home of Rabbi
Mescheloff followed the cere-
mony. After a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach and Port St. Joe, j
Mexico City and Havana, the
couple will r< turn to Guantana-,
mo, Cuba, where they will make
DAVE KORNFELD. one of .ho firs, new B'nm B'rith^embers
Heiman. chairman of the drive, looks on.___________________
Beach Features Festival
To Add New Members
Dr. Klass Represents
Dade At Seminar
Dr. En.a Klass. associated with
the Dade County Health depart-
ment for the past three years,
was chosen to represent this area
irin?Dr! Alexander Libow, Alfred ,lt the Southern Pediatrics Semi-
Tannen, Siegfried n
RaubfogeLMax Singir. N. Jami -
Siegendorf, Sam Weisman, Jack
August, Sol Goldstrom, Leo Chai-
Geismar, Leo Eisenstein, Eman-
uel Goldstrich, George J. Talia-
nofl and Montague- Rosenberg.
P A R I S (JTA> David Ben
Gurion, chairman of the Jewish
*" Agency executive, has d.manded
NEV. \ORK (JTA)-Dr. Steph- ;m im'artia] international investi-
*"_. Wise and Louis Lipsky, ; by representatives of the
powi rs" of the recent Brit-
Carolina. July 15 to 27.
She received her appointment
from Dr. Marsh, head of the State
Maternal and Child Health de-
Dr. Klass is the wife of Morris
Klass. executive director of Fed-
American members of the Jewish
by the British govern-
ment, it was learned I i
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ish attack: on Jewish settlements
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Membership Drive Totals
Announced At Meeting
(CONTINUED FROM PAQB 1)
evening. July 18. at 8:30 p.m.
at the home of Lou Heiman.
423 E. Rivo Alto dr.. Rivo Alto
Island. Miami Beach. All cap-
tains are urged to attend.
Quest speaker at the meeting
was Dr. Robert Kerser, director
| of the polio ward at Jackson Me-
morial hospital. A diamond past-
president'! pin was presented to
I Bill Pallot.
A dance at the Caribbean hotel
is being planned for the first part
of August to terminate the mem-
ber-hip drive. Dave Lemelman
is in charge of the affair.
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Distributed by the
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Newcomers to Miami are Sid-
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man, general contractors, for-
merly of New York city. Mr.
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have been in the business of
building and renovating homes
for the past 20 years.
The partners are licensed and
insured under the name of Flor-
ida State Contractors, located at
1155 Fifth st., Miami Beach.
They are in a position to. han-
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the entire plan of homes from
cellar to roof. They also special-
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Refinlshing Venetian Blinds
Interior and Exterior Painting
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fbrunch will be held
CTat the National
Ling and dan"?g'
\l arranged by M.ss
]* will be followed
L ,able discussion on
|je Quit Europe'
lurris, president ol the
Ler of the Zionist or-
L Shapiro, M a r v i n
L Toby Cooper and
Thy susman ill P""
lin. Her assistants
llbin. Her assistants
[Hilda Schw.nlz and
|do, xhairmen: Miss
Lj' decorations; Miss
tp'hael and Marvin
kpitality; Miss Roz
|j!::y Schwartz, tele-
Vymour Hinkes and
fcYagoda. tii-k< ', Har-
I program, and -Miss
lay be purchased from
[Schwartz at the of-
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kcoln rd.. 01 rest rva-
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Protest Meeting Hears
Young Israel Officer
Mr. Abraham 1. Kirshenbaum,
national vice-president of Young
Israel, was gueat speaker at a
prayer and protest meeting held
at the Beth Jacob synagogue
The meeting, under the chair-
manship of Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, was held at the request of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
America and the Palestine Rabbi-
nate. Protests were made in op-
position to the brutal acts in Pal-
estine by the mandatory power.
Cantor Louis D. Peder offered
special prayers in memory of the
Jews slain in a pogrom in Poland
last week and all those shot to
death in the Holy Land.
IN THE MAIL BOX
From my study of English his-
tory, and from my study of the
position the United States ought
to occupy in worid history, I
one ude that it is about time for
the United States of America to
ft BO of the tail of the British
lion and take firm hold of its
JACOB H. KAPLAN.
Y ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR
Dan Rosenthal, activities direc-
tor of the Miami Y has assumed
,.uC"i,duties- He is available
at the Y every night for consul-
tation and is now planning a pro-
gram of adult activities. He is
formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio
"Citadel" Reviewed Thursday
Miss Dorothy Golden reviewed
"The Citadel," by A. J. Cronin, at
a meeting of B'nai B'rith Girls at
the Miami Y Thursday evening.
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LAW FIRM ADDS
TWO NEW MEMBERS
lob H. Kaplan of Tem-
poke on various prob-
ining Zionism at a
letir.g of the Miami
Jst District Luncheon
iday at the National
Coral Gables Center
Launches Sept. Program
Preparations are being made
for the launching of a program
in September by Ihe newly or-
ganized Coral Gables Jewish
Center under the leadership of
Sam Silver, president. A regu-
lar meeting of the new group
was held Sunday evening at the
Hillel house in Coral Gables
with an enthusiastic attendance
of over 150 Coral Gables resi-
George J. Talianoff, execu-
tive director of the Anti-Defa-
mation league, as guest speaker,
gave an account of local phases
of the Ku Klux Klan and ef-
forts being made to combat its
Community singing, led by
Mrs. Joseph Mondres. accom-
panied at the piano by Mrs.
Harold Bernie. closed the meet-
Abe Aronovitz announced last
week the reorganization of his
law firm to be known as Arono-
vitz, Welnkle, and Aronovitz with
offices in the Seybold bldg. Je-
rome H. Weinkle, a graduate of
the University of Miami Law
school, and Sidney M. Aronovitz,
a graduate of the University of
Florida Law school, are his as-
sociates. Both served as officers
with the armed forces.
A teen-aged group has been
formed on the Beach to study
Hebrew during July and August
under Mr. J. Stadlan. It is being
spi nsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education and is open to all
yming people over 15 years old
who have a reading knowledge
of Hebrew. Information may be
obtained at the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, phone 3-5858.
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<* Tom Smith and
Ethel and Sam,
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Kiu has n I
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J- H. Lesser and
\n this w.
points. They will be away about
Mrs. Sokoff and Jackie left for
New York Monday morning
where they will visit"friends and
relatives for the remainder of the
The Women's B'nai B'rith aux-
iliary met Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
Sher Memorial hall.
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CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Comptroller's Call June 29, 1946
Cash on Hand and Due from
Banks ....................$ 6,770.338.27
U. S Government Securities 24,0557,631.13
Municipal Bonds ........................ 113,000.00 $30,910,969.40
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank
Loans and Discounts.....__
81'. of our loans are secured by U. S.
Government Bonds, Gov. contracts,
securities, commodities, and cash sur-
render value of life insurance policies.
First Mortgages on Improved
Furniture and Fixtures...........
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"Voice of Youth" Features Film Speaker
Dramatic release of 923 refugee
and work of National Krfug
from Emergency Shelter at OawegOi N. Y.,
them ilirouuliotii country
, of National K.fug.r Service in resettling lltem tnrongnum rounir,
n in "OVER THE KAINBoV BRIDGE." new sound movie produced
b) NRS bj arrangement itl> War Relocation Authority. Among many exciting
s one shown aho*e of resident! arriving in NRSchartered bu
? rent's is
Consulate in Niagara Kall, Canada, to receive %i-* entitling them to live per-
manentlv in U. S. Do. uni.ntar> lilm lia- stirruiR narrative b) Commentator
w'lliam S. Cailmof (insert, telling how NRS, financed by 100,000.000
United Jewish Appeal campaign for 1046, Msilted OtwegO refugees in all
plia-cs of their immigration and resettlement.
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Canada where they received
ST visa, a, the UniUd States
itah Seven-year-old Oeor
... Neufeld almost steato tin
Jhow with his: singing of "Gonna
Mv Daddy Like Hes Nevei
B^n Loved Before." his own
** of a popular song, uj
provised when he heard that his
. ,ong believed dead, had
,,,,. found al.ve in Europe.
The second film, "Linked in
Freedom's Cause." depicts the
groups which are at work in
America today to disrupt unity
and foment hatred here. It shows
iu,w similar forces in Germany
broughl about the rum of that
country and how these groups
have a direct tie-up with those
elements i" America. It then
K, s on to outline the program
of the organization" combatting
prejudice, intolerance and hatred
with specific reference to the
work f the Anti-Defamation
league of B'nai B'rith and the
American Jewish committee.
Quentin Reynolds, foreign corre-
spondent and radio commentator,
is the narrator of the film.
Following the showing of the
films, Mr. Francis P. Locke, edi-
tor of the editorial page of the
Miami Daily News, will speak on
M. aning of Independence
Day, 1046." tv J
Miss Anita Power fa.
>';" the Dobbs/aS
refugee from Nazi <'
'"" *"* as chain*
nd the Debbs will ijfl
era and hostesses.
These programs are.
entire i immunity.
Uon league of B'nai B'ra
Bnth Youth OrganJ
feau ol Jewish EduJ
Y.M. and Y.W.H.A's ,
and Miami Beach and I
list Youth commission.
Day & Night
ANY HOUR, any day, any ni^
there's plenty of hot water, i
hot, for your New Freedom
Kitchen will be supplied from a i
modern, automatic GAS water heaij
You'll have hot water not only
dishes but also for laundry and bad
aVatct s not BW-JA, ,av-
There s aiw-j ^^^^^^^^
And don't forget that your New Freedom
GAS Kitchen will also star a refrigeration
and food preparation center, featuring a
modern silent GAS refrigerator and
a cooking center with an automatically
controlled GAS range, built to CP* stand-
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'The "CP" Symkot !i mtti by UWnt m***llt<*rm wbith eatftrrm fo cert**
FOR BATHS, too. toj
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no one shouts **J
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+Jewlsli Ihaiij )r
fa Youths Get
pZ,af'a member of the
\fl Youth commission at
lBr" n held ;>t Port Jer-
r*^ last month. This
rYly formed and is
Llf SfrecUon of Dr. Abram
rl Stional program.
!* m lc to the constitu-
prK neli formed youth
r^.M-L "We, B'nai
fen Men%!. have for
I 1the 'iritual, mental
E?Men within a fraternal
Rip the inculcation of a
K un> 0f, XI
Wtura! heritage and the
IS tha1 herltage'
Liation ol respoiuibitttjr
Ktteens in the world in
r live, the oncourage-
L mod will.mionK all peo-
CdV int'n-- ^ration of an
in humanitarian, philan-
fand educational endeav-
. 23rd annual gathering of
Lew 175 delegates from all
In' the country to hear re-
Ethe past year's work and
I plans for the future. In
i to the regular business
tas the convent.on also fea-
[work shop? and seminars.
IK also met at the Cejwin
in Port Jervis. Beryl
ktein. of Jacksonville, was
Lg League Banquet
fee Sunday Evening
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti-
Did you know that not so many
years ago Key West was the
largest city in Florida? That dis-
tinction has since shifted to Jack-
sonville, and now Miami bids fair
to outdistancing all other cities as
the most populated urban area of
our 100-year-old state.
The numerous boom cities of
the wild west era saw little, if
any, cultural activities during
their rapid growing period. And
the analogy is not too remote
when we consider the inadequate
cultural facilities in our own com-
munity, which has grown so stu-
pendously during the past two
decades. We lack suitable con-
cert and lecture halls; our mu-
seum and library facilities are at
a minimum; legitimate stage
shows do not include Miami in
their itineraries; and does any
Miamian recall when a symphonic
orchestra played in our city?
This writer has heard the la-
ment of inadequate cultural op-
portunities from many a disap-
pointed resident. Much of the
concern was expressed in regard
to the atmosphere in which their
children would be reared,and
many a visitor has expressed to
this writer his hesitancy at mak-
ing his permanent home here be-
cause of the minimum of intel-
To meet this need has been the
prime motivating factor in the
planning of a youth summer
forum under the auspices of Mi-
session Sunday evening program
was announced this week. The
plan germinated whi n directors
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, th,. Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. of
Miami and Miami Beach, the
Zionist Youth commission, B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, and
the Anti-Defamation league of
B'nai B'rith were called together,
The final product represents
one of the finest programs of its
kind. Starting this Sunday, the
program will bo in commemora-
tion of Independence and Bastille
days, with Francis P. Locke, the
hard-hitting editorial chief for
the Miami Daily News, as the
speaker. In addition, two out-
standing films will be shown, and
the program will be rounded out
with singing, dancing and re-
freshments. The subsequent pro-
grams show similar sound plan-
ning. On July 21. the forum will
be dedicated to "Democracy Be-
gins on Our Street," v.ith popular
Miss Malvina Weiss as moderator,
and with representatives of youth
organizations as the speakers.
Films, dancing and refreshments
will round out this program, as
well as the three subsequent ones
to follow on Aug. 4, Aug. 18, and
This forum could very well
serve as a guide to other cultural
activities that should be planned
more frequently in order to meet
the dearth of cultural opportuni-
ties prevalent in our community
at this time. Let us get behind
this forum with all our energies
and urge our friends, young and
ami Jewish agencies concerned
with youth activities. The five-
old, to attend each of the ses-
sions. Only by giving tangible
encouragement to those who
would sponsor needed activities
of this type can we expect more
and more of these forums, and
other necessary cultural enter-
prises to be sponsored.
IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI
ilAHE 11 IMJtAL
l MITKUIT MIIT
termination of the second
\a of bowling in the Miami
wling league will be marked
buffet supp' r and dance
^y evening ai the Police-
will be awarded to the
scorers, The committee
j%e is composed of Hy
\ A! Berkowitz. Al Reisman,
mann, and Murray Streip.
Iw league will begin next
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OPEN N. C. RESORT
Located in North Carolina's
coolest mountain ranges, the re-
cently completed 64-room Lake-
side Inn, near Hendersonville, is
the realization of five years of
planning for Bill and Stanley
Segal, well-known Miami Beach
transportation executives and
owners of the new luxurious
mountain resort which already
lists many native Miamians
among early arrivals.
Styled after a typical ocean-
front hotel, Lakeside Inn features
a full program of golf, swimming,
boating, riding, scenic hiking and
dancing. The dining room is Un-
der the direction of Joe Rossi,
formerly of the Terrace club.
Situated on Lake Osceola, Lake-
side Inn had been under con-
struction for the past two years
and, according to Segal, no detail
has been overlooked in making
the new resort the finest in the
heart of the famous Blue Ridge
Stuart M, Lockhart, formerly
of the Sands hotel, has been
named resident manager.
Sholem Aleichem Tribute
Program Set for July
The Workmen's Circle Vladeck
Branch No. 699 of Miami will
have a Sholem Aleichem memo-
rial evening Sunday, July 21. at
the Miami Y. Dr. M. J. Click is
to be the guest speaker.
The program is being planned
to give recognition to the work ol
Sholem Aleichem who did much
to better the lot of the Jew
through his humor and satire.
Friends and members arc cor-
dially invited to attend.
PRAYER DAY OBSERVED
Boat Ride Date Announced
In conjunction wit:, a declara-
tion made by the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis to set aside Monday,
July .1. ;.s a day of prayei and fi r
the'blowing of the Shofi
test of the brutalities against the
Ji wish people in Palestine, Rabbi
Joseph E. Rackovsky U
at the Congregation Beth Tfila
this week. A sum of money was
collected for the Vaad Hatz
charity organization to help the
war-torn peoples of Europe.
HOUSES OF WORSHIP
CONGREGATION BETH DAVID
135 N. W. Third ATnue
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Abraham S. Friedman
Regular Friday evening services
at 7:30 p.m. Saturday morning
<, ; \ ic( at 8:30.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avc. at 41st St.. Miami B'ch
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Samuel Kelemer
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
301-311 Washington Avenue
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Cantor Louis D. Feder
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning
services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate
services, 9 a.m. Junior congre-
gation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7:30 p.m..
followed by Shalos Sudos. Rabbi
Mescheloff will speak on "The
Portion of the Week." Religious
school sessions Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. till noon.
Friday evening services, 5:30
p.m. High Holy days. Sept. 26,
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
Rabbi Murray Grauer
Rev. Maurice Mamches
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH
1415 Euclid Avenue
Raboi Irving Lehrman
Cantor Emanuel Barkan
Friday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Saturday services, 9 a.m.
Junior congregation, 10 a.m.
Mincha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos,
7:15 p.m. Boy Scout troop meet-
ing, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Alliance Boat Ride Sunday
A boat ride by the Workmen's
Circle Vladeck Branch No. 699 of
Miami that was scheduled for
June 28th and postponed bi
of rain, will be held Sunday, Aug.
4th, aboard the Seminole Q
II. Those who wish to purchase
tickets may do so by calling Mr,
D. Kahn at 48-1252 or 3-8924, or
Mrs. J. #. Siefiel at 2-3474.
Kabalas Shabbos, 7 p.m. Sat-
urday morning services, 9 a.m.
Bar Mitzva of Leonard Kessler.
The Jewish National Workers'Mincha. 7:15 p.m. Talmud Torah
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVE.N that
the uii'i- rslgiied, ,l' 'l:i-' B -
business under the fictitii ime "i
l-'l.i IRIJ 'A STATE CONTRACTORS,
at 1103 5th Street, M o :.. Fla ,
intend t" reglstei said name witli the
Clerk ol Cii ill C in ..i l >adc
SIDNEY u EINS1 BIN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th* undersigned, desiring t" ::-.:^ in
buslnesi under the flctltl name "i
THE CORAL W.W POOD CENTER
at ij'.o Coral \\ ay, Miami, I
Intends to reglstei said nanx with the
Clerk "f the Clr< uil Court of I >ade
HAROLD SHAPIRi I
Attoi nej foi Api canti
; 5-12-19 26 '
Alliance and the Pioneer Women's daily from 9 a.m. till noon,
organization will have a boat ride |
Sunday, July 14, leaving at 8:30
p.m. from pier six at the Miami
Yacht basin. David Friedman,
chairman ol the building commit-
tee, is arranging the program. A
community sing has been planned
to be led by Chaver Dorff. Res-
ervation may be made by calling
Chavera Seitlin at 5-638U.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desii ing I
buslni the flctil I
BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES, u| :;_ N
W 82nd Si Miami, P tend to
reglstei Id name with the Clerk -if
the Circuit loui t ol Dadi i
S. ... '.'.:
B OROVER MORRi >W
At tome} f.,r Applli
6 J- 7 5-12-18-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the rictltloui name >,'.
ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet
Building, Miami, Pla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court ol Dad. C mnty, Florida.
.1 R COZATT
.. 28 7 5-12-19 26
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- umlei-MKiK'il. l-!-ii ii.k i" engage In
business under ihe fictitious name of
LINCOLN PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC
SERVICE, al 600 Llni oln Road HuiM-
Iiik, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Cli
the Circuit Cum i o( i >ade i !< ml i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiiilersiui.eil. desiriiiK tn i-ngage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMBASSADOR VALET SKKYIi'K at
6l>". Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida. Intend to resist.-!- ,s;ii.| name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ARTIIfR M. IIAIDA
notice of application for
Notice Is hereby kh< that A. N,
i >i.i .\ :.i. i. ol City
i i i Uaiei ii N umbi i dated I I June, A.D.
filed i Iflcate in my
appll. allon foi
le thereon in ai
am it It ...". Bald i ei tlfli ate em-
i ie following described prop-
situated lu Daue County, Florida,
1.--1 li Block 1SB 13th Addition to
Cltj ol Hlali ah, Cuunt>
- : I' ... Slate ol Floi i Is
The ol said prop* : ty
icate Issued was In
the iiaiiu .'i Unknown. Unless said
shall be i edi em. -i accord-
to law, tax deed 111 Issue thereof!
on thi Ird d ly of July, A.D. 1946.
Dated this Ulh day ol June. A.D.
y. B LEATHERMAN,
ei. ii. ..i i .:cult Court,
l lade County, I lorl
Bj N. I S'l ERRETT, D.C.
i oui i Seal)
137 N. E. 19th Street
Rabbi Colman A. Zwiiman
Rabbi Zwitman will read the
Friday evening services at 8:15
notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
u islness under the fictitious name of
VOGUE HANDBAG CO., at Roberts
Hotel Bldg., 28 W. Flagler St. Miami,
Florida, Intends t" register said name
the Clerk "f the circuit Court of
I lade 'ountj. Fi.....la
6 21-28 7/5-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s under the fictitious name of
THE RAPHAELS, al 1 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, intend to reg-
Istei said name with the Clerk of the
Court of Da.le County, Florida.
6 21-28 7/5-12-19
N' '- ICE IS HEREBY UI\ EN thai
Igned, esin to < i ~.
MIAMI MERCHAM HS1.V1 Sl.l;\ ICE,
at 223 E Fiagli Street, Miami, Fiol -'
:.' tl name with
t of Dad.
.........-U.I.A.\ MAi KO\ EH
i It ...i
II. i. h, Florida.
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Miami CAMERA MART, at 7S5 Wash-
Av. Miami Bea. h, Fla.. in-
tend to register said mime with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
RAY II BROWN, .lit.
M. A H< iLLANDER
ISAAC Jl IFFE,
Attornej foi Applicants.
1"|0 Bis. .I\ lie iildg.
DR. EUGENE WEISS
Having returned from overseas
military duty, announce* the
reopening of hii office*.
420 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach. Fla. Ph. 5-4377
">9 Bay. CoSSSS
3 apt. Large corn ^
See today. SllTpIl
Bucayne at 60th !
1236 Washington An.
TH04. M. BURNS. J"
ABE fcl&SNBERG, Tr*Jlv..
Ih New York:
76th Si. and Amiterdam At
' <: It! HEREBY UIVEN thai
mdei th. -. tl ii name ol
ADAM.- ill.ASS SERVICE, ..i 1805
I'urdj Miami It. ..
I ui th. circuit l'ouim
ADAM llAltIM i\\ | |-/
IR\ INO l:\r.lM.u 1TZ
MYERS, HEIMAN KAI'LAN
Attoi lie; for Applli ant
6 .. 12-19-26
NOTICE IS- HEREBY GIVEN that
the under.xlKned, desirine to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PEARLINE PRODUCTS, at BIG N 1-:
1st Avenue. Miami, Florida. Intend to
register said name with the Clerk Of
*he Circuit Court of Dade County,
HARRY I. PEARL
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYAL JCVENILE FURNITURE &
TOYS, at 636 N. W. 36th Street. Mi-
ami. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
N"T1>'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. siring to engage in
Vvi'V^-VX M'MEOURAPHING &
I VPfcW R1TLNG. al.......Jncoln lt...t.t
Building, Miami i;. i,. Florida in
tends l.- i- ..:
name nnii 111 -
1ty?,F|loh.'daC"'CUU ,:'""1 '"' ":::
6 28 6-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagelri
NATIONAL BAKING COMPANY Inol
"'. at Miami, d.i,- ..-,, For, u
Intends to regtaUisaid Mme'frtS"tki
< -ounn.fF|,.!,,:ia "'"" """ "' "*
Attorney tor Appllcanl
6/21-28 7/5-12-19 81 WMr<
h,'t ,';r,AV""""' M'aml "each. FU,"
Vil-U 7/6-.MHER I^IB80N
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
!'" underslg.....I. .l.-irini; to engag.- In
under th< fictitious mun.- of
M."l:iD\ TRAVELAWN, at (001 N
NN th Ave., Miami, Fla., Intends to
lei i ; ni..... Ith the clerk of
' ''in nil ci,rt ol Dade Counts
I- li Ida
ISAAl' .Ii IFFE,
Attornej for Applicant,
lU0 Bis. ayne ltl.lg.
r7IO S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-.
Lie. i3431 Ji
M/l t'E IS IIEREIIY C1VEN that
I gned, desiring to engage In
' 1',",."l'.1,'"; ,!'" """""i- name of
IA It GRILLE, ..i in:, N. E 2nd
City of Miami, Florida.
' (' ; reglstei th. said name with
I I'I.I IS Kl.UCI-'lt
VONZAMFT SIMON KAT2.
NtJTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
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THE MAJOWTY Of NMTKJM
JDRSS FWBUL MKS
Informal,on Gladly fumahtd en ittqufif
SERVING HAW BEACI ft MIAMI
JOS. L PLUMMER
"Miami's Oldest and Lirgtit" |
SIDNEY H. PALMER
You need no longer wall
6 to 10 months for yoal
monuments. We carry a
large selection for inr
All Styles of Hebrew
Lettering and Designs
For an Appointment
3279 S. W. 8th Street
Opposite Waodlawn Cemetery
T IMI.n1i7|.tT WBlSEIN
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
_______________MEMORIAL PARKS __
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
__________ESTATES NOW AYAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434
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