The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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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g!^THE JEWISH UNITY
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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Search In Colonies
Ends; Jews Strike
JERUSALEM (JTA>-Searches of Jewish settlements have
ended and British troops have been withdrawn to their normal
positions. High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham announced
this week. Earlier, the Jewish Agency headquarters was evacu-
ated and Agency officials took over the building.
"It is hoped there will be no further need for widespread
military action, but it must be stated that if regrettably there are
any further outbreaks of violence they will be dealt with with
the utmost vigor," Cunningham added.
All of the 1.600 prisoners in the Raffa camp on the Palestine-
Egyptian border, who represent "
Voice Protest
[ainst British Po
licy
Is policy in Palestineparticularly its refusal to admit
ropeanjews into the Holy Landwas scored Monday
t a rally attended by more than 3,500 persons at Fla-
pk, Miami Beach.
xed by 18 local Zionist organizations, the mass pro-
jj fallowed a day of picketing by moi titan 200
'ho look turns marching in front of the Pan American
l Miami where the British consulate office is located-
j1 speakers at the rally were Dean Howard Marion
I of Boston university and Congressman-elect George
N that the Jewish
i essentially a Chris-
fclem. Dean LeSourd
I that Palestine must
I i national home for
I if the problem is to
[throughout the world.
|*Sou;d outlined the
' the American Chris-
iwcomrr.itu-u of which
fcctor:
Pd public opinion in
|Jews jn Pakstine.
the implements-
'Anglo-American In-
pwtee's recommenda-
% the suggested itn-
I 100,000 Jews into
N Pressure on Britain
fc present Palestine
e declared, "can
"fere disaster."
'."P legal resistance
"Palestine to Brit-
""H" restrictions.
*Pa understanding
""Problem with the
^8 Persecution and
b Christians
ability to eti
to establis
Palestine
'BRITISH
J* Mtl-British." he
^ing the belief
Jfm of England
I)* i*ish state.
{ f* standpoint of
ffie 8< canal.
\%l we anti-Arab,"
1 "c are anti the fcu.
l^banbSWr'd-the
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realize
anti-
j'ewish
Arab
is the
Iued
ON
PAGE
6,
Doctor Starts
Hospital Study
Information regarding Miami's
medical needs is being compiled
by the hospital survey committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, following the visit of Dr.
Jacob J. Golub, director of the
Hospital for Joint Diseases, New
York, who was engaged to con-
duct the survey.
Dr. Golub spent five days in
Miami last week conferring with
Leon Kaplan, chairman, the rest
of the committee and key people
in the health field. He also toured
various local hospitals and out-
lined the work of the survey
which is now being conducted
from the Federation office.
Questionnaires have been sent
to Jewish doctors of the area re-
garding the proposed $2,000,01)0
Mt. Sinai h
information is being obtained
from the Chamber of Commerce,
the health department, hospitals,
medical and nurses associations,
railroads, social agencies and
other groups that can provide
data essential to planning for the
hospital.
As the material is gathered. Dr.
Golub is evaluating it. He will
return to Miami in the mar fu-
ture to continue the work. The
survey, expected to be completed
by October, will contain a sUidy
of the type of medical services
already available in the area,
rates of illness among both the
permanent and tourist popula-
tions, medical personnel that
would be available for staffing
the hospital, etc
BRITISH CONSULATE
PICKETED HERE
Picketing of the British con-
sulate office Monday marked the
first time such action was taken
by local Zionist organizations.
A memorandum criticizing Brit-
ish delay in admitting 100.000
European Jews Jo Palestine was
delivered to L. A. Oates, British
vice consul, by a delegation head-
ed by E. Max Goldstein, com-
about 80 per cent of the approxi-
y 2.000 Jews still held by
the British as a result of recent
raids, ended a hunger strike this
week to protest their continued
detention.
A one-day nation-wide sym-
pathy strike occurred on Wednes-
day.
The Inner Zionist Actions com-
mittee is understood to have
voted to postpone for a few days
its decision to order a civil dis-
obedience campaign by all Jews
in Palestine.
NINE POLES DIE
FOR KIELCE US
WARSAW (JTA> Nine per-
sons convicted last Thursday of
participation in the pogrom at
Kielce which took the lives of 41
Jews were executed this week in
the courtyard of the Kielce prison,
a government spokesman an-
The government has announced nounced.
a July 15-August 15 immigration The spokesman, Viktor Grosz,
quota of 1,500 Jews and 100 non- said that the commander and
Jews. Of the visas for Jews, 1,065 deputy commander of the secur-
be assigned to the visaless ity police in Kielce would go on
'refugees who arrived on the Ha-
jViva Reik and the Josiah Wedg-
^nW.rriih1^aS.feaCh JeW' 'Wd 8nd Wh*arC SUU 3t Athirt-
rw! *. p^' The 1,100 who entered on the
J.P1 ("re heatl 22 B'rya- the latest emigrant ves-
S^JZTS 1 allDa9~ marChed sel to arrive here, will probably
uSS i.h American be obIigcd to wait for the *
building with mA* quota before being released.
Britain, aren't 6,000,000 Jewish, .
dead enough." "British tyranny 4Ub newspapers report that I six Jews were dragged
America. 1776; Palestine, 1946," H* CUnent dnv? ln Egypt against iwarsaw-Bialystok train
trial shortly for their failure to
prevent the outbreak.
At least 33 Jews have been
murdered since July 4, according
to reliable reports.
In addition to the 22 killed be-
tween Lodz and Wroclaw, which
was reported earlier this week.
six Jews were dragged from a
America, 1776; Palestine, 1946,
100.000 Jews to Palestine now," t Cfornrnunlsts a"d other opponents
"Polish Jews die! Britain heed f the government being
at
their anguished cry.
Beach
Enrolls
Lodge
95
government is being ac-
companied by anti-Jewish incite-
ment. Many Jewish premises in
the
and
Zareby Koscielne station
murdered.
Four Jews were massacred at
Presczecin about the same time.
Cairo have had anti-Jewish in- and on Wednesday another was
scnptions scrawled across them, killed in his home at Katowice by
Colonial^Secretary George Hall'a band which left behind a card
Ninety-five new members were
enrolled by the Miami Beach
lodge of B'nai B'rith when its
membership drive was launched
Tuesday evening, according to
Jack A. Abbott, chairman of the
campaign to obtain 1,000
members.
The opening affair, a summer
festival, was attended by 850
people in the Candlelight patio
of the Cadillac hotel
told the House of Commons that
the British raid on the Jewish
Agency and the arrest of its mem-
bers on the Sabbath was justified
by the results obtained.
A day earlier the Inner Zionist
Actions committee voted to take
reading "This will happen to all
the Jews of Poland."
Several chalutzim who had
been armed by the government to
assist in defending Jews against
attacks were arrested by police
after battling terrorists. While
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concrete steps to implement the they were held in prison, they
proposals for non cooperation
with the government adopted by
the Jewish National council last
new i week. The new policy is expect-
led to go into effect immediately
and remain in force until leaders
of the Jewish Agency are re-
leased.
Harold Two weeks after his arrest,
ui uic wauuiai iivtcii iiu'u*" i w vvn.no aim ilia cintm,
Zinn was chairman of the event. I manhandling by a British officer,
A request for every member tojand imprisonment at Latrun, 73-
pledge a new member was made'year-old Mizrachi leader Rabbi
Sinai hospital arTd st'aUsTicai i^ Abbott. "What is B'nai B'rith?" Yehuda Leib Fishman was re-
'was the subject of his address in,leased. During the two weeks
(CONTINUED ON PAGE
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were assaulted by the terrorists
who had been seized at the same
time.
Several members of the Polish
National council this week called
on August Cardinal Hlond, who
issued a statement in which he
said that the anti-Semitic out-
breaks in Poland were "to a great
degree due to Jews who occupy
the leading positions in Poland's
government and endeavor to in-
troduce a governmental structure
that a majority of the people do
not desire.
JWV Offers To Mobilize for Palestine
When over 4,000 Jewish War
Veterans from all over the coun-
try marched on Washington last
weekend to protest Britain's Pal-
estine policy, Leonard Moriber,
of Miami, was one of five vet-
erans who made an official visit
to President Truman and prom-
that the organization would
ised
nf Jewish vol-
recruit a division o
unteers for service in Pal..-tine
if the President feels that OUT
troops are required to speed Jew-
ish immigration into the Holy-
Land.
In a telegram to Jack D. Burris,
acting president of the Miami
Beach Zionist district, Moriber,
holder of the Congressional Medal
of Honor, reported:
"Received by President and
submitted strong statement sup-
porting his demand for immedi-
ate admission of 100,000 Jews into
Palestine and protesting British
perfidy and broken pledges to
tin more than one million Jew-
ish soldiers who fought in the
armies of the United States.
"Delegates also visited the Sec-
retary of State and the British
ambassador. Day's activities and
parade greatest such event in the
struggle for the rights of the
Jewish people that this commu-
nity has ever seen. It was
fighting crowd here and we must
keep up the vigorous aggressive
struggle to its successful conclu-
sion."
Athough it offered to mobilize
'"'' for Palestine defense, the
JWV stated it was convinced that
American troops would not be
needed to facilitate immigration.
The delegation accused British of-
ficials of being the "real terror-
ists in the present uprising in
Palestine and Europe and pre-
dicted mass-suicide among Euro-
pean Jews unless they are per-
mitted immediate entrance into
the Holy Land.
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PAGE TWO
9&ul*tuty parting,
i
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein,
735 14th pi. Miami Beach, left
this week for a combined busi-
ness and pleasure trip to Chi-
cago and California. While in
San Francisco, they will attend
the Shriner's national conven-
tion ... Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer returned recently
from a trip to Havana, after
which Mr. Wertheimer flew to
New York and other Eastern
points on business -
Mrs. Jack Burris is now vaca-
tioning in Vermont. Mr. Burris
will join her there early in Au-
gust ... Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Silver and family are vacation-
ing in Norfolk, Va. and in New
York. They are visiting Mrs.
Silver's parents ... Mr. and
Mrs. Irving E. Saphin of Miami
Beach are in Atlanta, Ga., on
a combined business and pleas-
ure trio .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin
have moved into their new
home at 515 S. W. 22nd rd. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and
son Stuart, 435 S. W. 31st rd.,
will return to Miami tomorrow
after vacationing in New York
and vicinity Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver and Dennis are vacation-
ing at the Country Club estate
in Hendersonville, N. C They
will be away the remainder of
the summer .
Second honeymooning ait
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney G. Casell
of Coral Gables, who are mo-
toring this week to the West
Coast. California-bound, they
plan to stop in New Orleans
MISS ANKER TELLS
ENGAGEMENT NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Melniker
1560 Lenox ave., announce the
.nt of their daughter,
Miss Estelle Anker, to Abraham
Ki rman, of New York and Hart-
ford, Conn. No definite date has
set leu the wedding.
Miss Anker was graduated from
Miami Beach High school and
attended the University of Miami.
She is a member of the Rose
chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women-
Mr. Korman was educated in
New York and served five and a
half years in the Army air forces.
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and in several cities in Texas
On their return, they will stop
n Chicago, Cleveland and New
York John Temple is away
on a five-week business and
pleasure trip Mr. and Mrs.
George Chertkof left Friday for
Hendersonville, N. C, to join
their children, Mrs. Chertkof s
mother, and sister at Oceo a
Lake inn. Mr. Chertkof will fly
back after a brief vacation,
leaving the rest of the family
there until September .
Miss Natalie Weinstein left
for Old Orchard Beach, Me-
Miss Frances Selig, 1445 Perm- j
sylvania ave., left Monday for :
Philadelphia, Pa. She will go
on to Camp Tamiment in Tami-
ment. Pa____Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan
ave.. have returned to Miami
after a three month vacation in
New York. Their son, Henry
I. Dreyfus, was recently dis-
charged from the Navy .
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Vogel,
2498 S. W. 15th St., and Morton
Vogel, 1378 S. W. 22nd st., left
this week for New York to visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Seligman;
and family Miss Dorothy
Goldstein is leaving for a six
week vacation in New York .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder
are now vacationing in Cali-
fornia Mrs. George Green-
field and children, Roberta and
Gerald, are in Long Island, N.
Y., on an extended vacation .
WAC Lt. Jeanette B. Rabino-
witz, 730 Pennsylvania ave.,
has been discharged at Ft.
Leavenworth separation center,
Kansas, after 40 months of duty
with Army air and service force
stations in the U. S. .
Miss Joyce Pearlman, 487 N.
E. 29th ter.. made an A aver-
age at the University of Michi-
gan for the spring term of 1946,
according to an announcement
made by the college .
Mrs. Sadie Rhein and son,
Allan, and Mrs. Rose Leff and
daughter, Lila, all of Passaic,
N. J., are visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmy Siegendorf. They
are stopping at the Betsy Ross
hotel Irwin I. Schwartz,
signalman 3-c, 4580 Post ave.,
was among the 117 Florida men
released from the Navy last
week in Jacksonville .
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin
, are motoring to New York with
! their son, Harvey, to visit their
daughter, Adele, and friends
and relatives Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Ginsburg, former De-
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AFTER JUNE WEDDING
Honeymooning in New York
are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sokel,
who were married June 7 at the
South Seas hotel with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Sokel
is the former Lenore Harriet Barr
of Bessemer, Ala., daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Barr. Mr.
Sokel is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Sokel of Miami Beach.
Miss Rita Myra Barr, the
bride's sister, was the maid of
honor, and the Misses Merle Cot-
ton and Ruth Singer were brides-
maids. Saul Cypress, uncle of
the bridegroom, came from Jas-
per, Ala., to serve as best man.
Ushers were Charles Sokel and
Munroe Gillet.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Sokel at-
tended schools in Alabama. Mr.
Sokel served three years in the
Army.
Among out-of-town guests at
the wedding were Mrs. C. W.
Miller, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., aunt
of the bride; Mrs. I. Sokel, Mrs.
Rose Laufman, Mrs. Harry Witin-
stein, Mrs. Anna Fierman, Mrs.
Roland Seal, Mrs. Miller Kirk, all
of Bessemer. Ala.; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Berman, Tuscaloosa. Ala.;
Mrs. Ross Kilgore, Parrish, Ala.;
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Cotton, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Levin, Joe Wientrobe,
Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. I.
Newmark and daughter, Pauline,
of Jasper.
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Announcement is m
approaching WediJ*l
Rose Kasanof by he
and Mrs. H
Parent]
ana Mrs. Harry Dublfc ^
Second st to Frank T,Z*
rank Tobad
of Mrs. Anna t^1**
yn. n. y. Afr clh; *
the couple will reside 7
Douglas rd., Coral Gable,
Mrs. Kasanol
from Miami Senior h!
and has been active m"
mty organizations tat
years. She wa8 a
Junior Hadassah, is "*
visor to th. i'BC chapter of
B'rith Giris. and is a
the board of the B'nai ffl
-.
mat!
Women of Sholem lodge
The bridegroom-elect mj
uated from Long Island
ityandha inpha
Mr. and Mrs. I. R0seD
are spending the suB|
months at the New Yorkeii
on Miami Beach 1
Feinberg will leave toi
to join his family in|
Carolina .
troiters, are in their new home
at 6341 Allison Island, Miami
Beach. With them are their
sons, Daniel and Burton .
Robert L. Glasser, son of Mr-
and Mrs. Herman H. Glasser,
1045 Pennsylvania ave., has
recently been discharged from
the Navy. He plans to enter
the University of Florida in the
fall. Mr. Glasser and his sons,
Robert and Leonard, are all
members of the American Leg-
'ion post of Miami Beach .
j Harry Markowitz. 801 N. E. 74th
|st., returned recently from a
trip to New York. Mrs Marko-
witz is still there and will re-
turn later in the summer .
Herbert Scher returned this
week from vacationing in New
York, Washington and Louis-
ville, Ky. Mrs. Scher, Stanley,
and Fred are in Louisville and
will return shortly Miss
Vera Snyder returned from a
six weeks' vacation in New
York ... Joe Morris left yester-
day to join his family in North
Carolina
553GUST BROSi.Rv
HONOR MRS. RAIDMAN
Mrs. Mary Stepkin and Mrs.
Sadie Karasick honored Mrs.
Pearl Raidman with a farewell
party at the Stepkin home, 960
Jefferson ave. Guests were Mrs.
N. Sorin, Mrs. Barbara Green-
berg, Mrs. I. Rosengarten, Mrs. S.
Schirle, Mrs. Irene Miller, Mrs.
Freda Witel, Mrs. L. Kaplan, Mrs.
Shirley Queen, Mrs. Sonia Car-
bert and Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Miss
Ronnie Zobel entertained with
several accordian solos.
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Alyce, with a family birthday
dinner at her home Tuesday eve-
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19, 1945
*Jelsti Flcric/ian
GIRLS PLAN EVENTS
FOR DISTRICT MEET
fchulk of the treasury of the
tZvh Women's auxiliary
fSS Home for the Aged
P a""vfi to Max Green-
Turf >nr n of the home's
feSttee, Wednesday
PmV for facilities to houte
RE 30 additional oldsters.
I check m resented by
iBewamin Sherry, president
Vauxiliary- at a meeting of
ImUt the Strathaven hotel
L for the addition. which
'built next to the present
i s W. Fourth st. and
Was br ken last week,
raising drive is being
iby directors of the home
.auxiliary b lard meeting
jdiy, plans were made for
EtTactivities for the com-
r Mrs. Benjamin Appel
jon the summer project,
Kich she is chairman. The
.; is the largest yet under-
[ by the Beach auxiliary.
jnbers of the home's build-
...imittee include Daniel
b Gus Trail. S Aronstein,
[rd Felner, Mori is E. Rubin,
kin, David Liebman, S. B.
Irving Frankel, T. M.
man. Herman Baseh, Wil-
iFeuer.
live persons in residents
) home at present.
TO MEET
Ular meeting of the Freda
lowitz post, Jewish War
ns, .nil be held Monday
pg at the Mian i Y, accord-
Dr Maurice Klein, com-
kr. Veteran.- i f both wars
irited.
RAISES 522,561
V :.-.. h.
as a result
finds campaign
has been
Advisory
their cap-
for $35,000,
png to S. B. Miller, treas-
the council. Of the
raised. $18,436 has been
Of this amount, $3,000
liven by Baron de Hirsh
specifically for a library.
Fifth District B'nai B'rith Girls
from Baltimore to West Palm
Beach will visit Miami the week
end of Aug. 18 to participate in
the third annual BBG-BBYW
convention to be held at the
Betsy Ross hotel on Miami Beach.
Aside from meetings, election
of officers, and yearly reports,
luncheons, banquets and parties
have been planned for the guests
by the seven chapters sponsoring
the meeting here. Highlighting
the social affairs will be a semi-
formal Installation banquet and
dance at the Shelborne hotel. Mrs.
Joe Goldstein, of Galax, Va., hon-
orary president of the BBG dis-
trict, will install the officers.
Miss Alice Elson, national di-
rector of B'nai B'rith Girls, and
Mrs. Sara Piassick, newly elected
president of B'nai B'rith Women,
district five, will be special con-
vention guests. Miss Terry Fish-
man is convention city chairman
working with Miss Gertrude
Carnovsky, director of BBG work.
A musical skit, written by Miss
Carnovsky, will be a special fea-
ture of the installation banquet,
and will be presented by girls of
both Miami and Miami Beach
chapters. An orchestra, under
the direction of Miss Pat Curtice,
is being formed for the program.
Committee chairmen for the
meeting are Irene Jacobs, social;
Sara Schwartz and Tobie Jacobs-
kind, gifts; Judy Horowitz, trans-
portation ; R o s 1 y n Mendelson,
housing and registration; Gloria
Farkas, dating, and Marjorie
Miller, publicity.
PAGE THREE
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
F'onda Regiona, Director An,.
Defamation League
Side by side in this morning's
P-per appeared two news dis-
patches from Europe which tell
J Wc tory "f the status of
our Jewish brethren in Europe
fh T oo arsaw comes lh- report
that 22 addition,! Jewa were
killed in fresh outbreaks of per-
secution, and that the k!lU, vvere
agents of a demagogue who wai
trying to engineer a political plot
using the Jews as scapego
Lisbon reports that diehard
Nazis, under the protection of
Portugal neutrality, still ar.
rying on hate campaigns. Amor-.
"ther things, they have pub:
clandestine hate sheet- An il-
lustration of the,,- technique is
their attack on Justice Robert
Jackson. American prosecutor al
Nuremberg, whom they referred
to as "that American Jew prose-
cutor Jackson, whose real i
is Jacobson."
Thus, in two news items ap-
pearing on the same day, v
two examples of postwar politii al
anti-Semitism. On the ore hand,
a-politically ambitious demagogue
who murders Jews to provoke
civil strife. In Lisbon, on the
other hand, dangerous Nazis, still
at large, endeavor to maintain a
nucleus for keeping alive and
spreading poisonous, fascist doc-
trines.
Both illustrations represent dire
menaces not only to the future
well-being of Poland. Germany,
Portugal and the rest of Europe,
but alsoin this atomic ageto
the entire universe. In the light-
ning-speed era which atomic
r has brought, it is doubtful
whether peace-loving people can
survive another holocaust. These
ominous threats to everlasting
peace must end. The United Na-
tional organization must find
fool-proof machinery to eradicate
these menaces. These fires which
are fed by hate propaganda must
be stamped out without delay.
We cannot afford to wait and
permit these fires of hate to
spread and engulf all the peoples
arth, bs that will be the in-
evitable result in this new
atomic era.
Reports On Palestine
M .nay Bachman, who recently
returned to America after a visit
to Pa!> -tme, was the guest speak-
er at a regular luncheon meeting
"f the Miami Beach Zionist lunch-
eon club Wednesday at the Na-
tional hotel.
OPENS PIANO STUDIO
Lessons in piano, including
keyboard harmony and ear train-
ing, are being offered by Miss
Shirley Ross, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Ross, at studios at
1101 S. W. 20th ave. She will
specialize with beginners.
Miss Ross began her musical
education in Flint. Mich., and
continued in Miami under Mrs.
Claudina Mendez and Mrs. S.
Asher of the Miami Conservatory
of Music. She taught for the
conservatory and was active in
music club work there. She has
also studied voice under Arturo
Di Filippi and this past si ason
studied under Sergei Barsakoff,
concert pianist.
Jackie Selevan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Selevan. 1502 Jef-
ferson ave., celebrated his fifth
birthday with a party on July 5.
He was host to 21 of his
friends.
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downtown Miami next Thursday,
July 25, to raise funds to pur- >
chase a public address system for
the Nautilus Veterans hospital.
In the form of flag buttons,
the tags will be on sale in all of
the principal stores in the city
with headquarters at the Wal-
green Drug store. Mrs. Sue Kout
is in charge of the project.
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B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
Miss Blanche Barnett has been
awarded a scholarship to the
Brandeis Camp institute, Winter-
dale, Pa., the Greater Miami
Zionist Youth council announc-
ed this week. This brings to five
the number of local young men
and women who will attend the
Zionist leadership institute from
the area on scholarship.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Barnett. 3457 Sheridan ave.,
Miss Barnett received the schol-
arship for her essay on "What is
the Responsibility of American
Jewish Youth to Palestine?" in
the contest recently conducted by
the commission.
Miss Barnett, who will attend
the September session at the
camp, has served as secretary to
Dr. A. W. Gottschall, executive
director of the Miami Round
Table of the National Conference
of Christians and Jewish during
the past year.
HEBREW CLASS OPEN
By CHAHLES R. JACOBSON
Sholem lodges meeting, ontojU*jessed >*
Beruin Jock Abbot, and that whiz-bang puWicity guy Ray
Redman! Among several highlights was Marx tabM
JekyU and Hyde shift from "Esqmr^u^n^is^^s^r_d^bater
and parliamentarian. We di n I
Youths desiring to continue
their Hebrew studies during the
summer have been invited by the
Bureau of Jewish Education to
attend the class held 7 p.m. every
Wednesday, by J. Stadlin, at his
home, 1622 Michigan ave.. apart-
two.
The class is open to young men
and women over the age of 15
:: avi a reading knowledge
Hi bi ew.
SCAP
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know what Sholem lodge would
do without colorful Marx to spark
the proceedings.
This item is entitled "For Men
Only." Sholem lodge's Stag-
Smoker, to be held Sunday, July
28 at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel.
will feature professional enter-
tainment, free eats, cool drinks
and plenty of laughs. A
marriage ceremony will highlight
the evening. The Smi k< i com-
mute* is headed by dapper Fred
Shochet, ruddy Sam B. Miller,
dynamic Alex Cohen and sharp
Max Silver. What a team!
Top social event of the year I Executive and budget commit-
should be Sholem lodge's August u,lS were scheduled to be ap-
13 Dance-Frolic, to hear David d nj ht at specia,
Lemelman. Davi Catsman and
Lou Heiman's army of "1,000-
And-A-Home" membership teams
are wilting, but willing, as they
go into the final two weeks of
the July membership drive. To
date Al Ballot, Nathan Adelnian,
Sam B. Milh r and General Lou
lead the field. 'See Sholem lodge
bulletin for percentage stand-
ings'
Committee Appointments
On Meeting Agenda
Jerome Weinkle in then com-
mittee huddles. Folks who en-
joy smooth music, enchanting
gardens and pleasant companion-
ship, don't miss this one!
Congratulations to ardent
worker Sam B. Miller who was
recently appointed trustee in
Sholem lodge.
mei ting of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation board of di-
:,, tors at the Raleigh hotel.
Al.-o on the agenda was con-
sideration of applications by the
Mt Sinai h' spital and the Jewish
Peoples Fraternal order, lodge
192, foi membership in Federa-
tion.
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Rabbi Colma* A. Zwltman orririatlnic.
Mr Gardner, who realded al I3S5
Pennsylvania ave., <1 t.-a early Honda)
morning In :> local hospital.
Pallbearers were Bd Rayles, l'hli
Homer, PYed K. Bhoqhet, Rudolph
Bcher, Benjamin Paglln, J. Oilman
. t >. i Milton Barter,
An accountant,
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\iv n Frederic Gardner, Ranaaa City.
mo mill Lloyd, Mintui Beach; and
,',,.' daughter, Mra. Edith Tendrlch,
Miami. Mr Gardner ;is a member
,.f a synagogue in Chicago ami was
,n Elk and a Maaon.
Burial "as in mi Nebo cemetery
Mr, Gardner came
,, Miami from Chicago n years ago.
(,, is survived t>> iiis wife, Mrs. Bally
HESS
tfrt Helen Hess, 18, of s"'"> Alton
,,i Miami Beach, died Monday. She
iiiiin- here from Birmingham, Ala.,
three years ago Bhe leaves her hus-
I,,ml. have; her parenta, Mr and Mri
|>ave Snetman; two slatera, Miss Max-
ini- Bnetman and Mrs Ben Warner,
:ill .,f Miami I'.iaill. ami tWO brothers.
She was a member of the B'nal B'rlth
auxlllar) Services were held Wednes-
day In the Gordon chapel.
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ment house on Meridian ave., Miami
Beach, Surviving are his wife, Mrs
Ida Paul: three sons, Albert, Howard
and Frank Paul, all of Baltimore:
three daughters, Mra. Cecelia Beltler,
Mt- Ethel Lewis and Mrs Hilda
Bpector, all of Baltimore, and five
sisters. Riverside chapel arranged f"i
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'I aWrittenbyDr.
"' (Your Perscnal
, Gf nbdr ,'..d 'How Long
tl; Child Attend Parochial
t3i, !s misleading and m-
f. o the author's lack of
ft inflation about Jew-
lucation-
.,., school and daily
* thool (Tr.lmud Torah)
Tnd h ,e to him. He
J child of 10 who at-
U paroch.al s,!rol after re-
, home iron: public^school.
' .m. to 8 p.m. This he
fefo I don't know of any
d ochial school in this
Parochial school refers
foivah or an all-day school
' ,he child attends the regu-
Jl hours from 8:30 to 3:30
The course of studies in-
h,s Jewish and regular
subjects. In some schools
-ish subject., are given in
ling, and the others in the
l00n. 'in others, the pro-
is integrated so that Jewish
:ular subjects are studied
ie morning and afternoon.
, gets a complete educa-
(secular and Jewish) and is
(ter 3:30 p.m. to play, etc.
.jldberg does not seem to
any knowledge about this.
ill informed.
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Beach Council Urges
Palestine Immigration
A resolution urging Congress
and the President to expedite
the immigration of 100.000 Eu-
ropean Jews into Palestine was
adopted by the Miami Beach
city council at a meeting Wed-
nesday morning.
The measure was introduced
by Councilman Lee Powell, who
said he was prompted to the
action following the mass meet-
ing held Monday evening at
Flamingo park to protest Brit-
ain's Palestine policy.
In speaking about attendance
at a "parochial" school (he means
the daily afternoon religious
school and Sunday school) for an
hour or an hour and a half daily,
Dr. Goldberg thinks that all a
child gains is a smattering of
rituals and observances. Jewish
history, traditions, literature, Jew-
ish problems, Bible studyall
these and others, Dr. Goldberg
dismisses.
The article is indicative of con-
fused thinking and inadequate
preparation. A person writing on
Jewish education should be quali-
fied. Dr. Goldberg, in my opin-
ion, is not qualified to write fairly
on this subject. I urge the editor
to scrutinize very carefully Dr.
Goldberg's future articles.
Very truly yours,
A. P. GANNES,
Director, The Bureau of
Jewish Education.
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MRS- MILLER WINS
DISTRICT OFFICE
Among the newly elected of-
ficers of B nai Bnth Women, fifth
distnet, named at the recent con-
vention ,n Baltimore are M
g-MUler, treasurer, and Mrs. Joe
Goldstein, former Miamian now
'?.'>' Va' supreme concil
representative.
The presidency was awarded to
Mrs. Louis Piassick, of Atlanta.
Other officers are: Mrs. Joseph
Sherhon. of Baltimore, first
president; Mrs. Louis Dubit, of
Washington, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. ManninR A. Bernstein,
of Charleston, third vfce presi-
dent; Miss Margaret Abramson
of Alexandria, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Marcus Pass, of
Portsmouth, recording secretary;
Mrs. Lawrence Koenigsberg
Washington; Mrs. Maurice B,.-K.
yer, of Washington, and Mrs.
Louis Piassick, of Atlanta, su-
preme council representative.
Federation to Make
Local Personnel Study
Persoieicl standards and prac-
tices inicfcal Jewish agencies will
be reviffred by a nine-man com-
mittee to be established by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, according to Morris Klass,
executive director.
Special attention will be given
to annual and sick leaves, annual
increments and other employee
benefits. Existing practices
among the agencies will be stu-
died and recommendations will
be made to the boards of the va-
rious groups in reference to im-
pioving personnel conditions.
The committee will consist of
three members of agency staffs,
Federation executive com-
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eration board members.
PLANS SWIM-DANCE
The Beth Sholom Fratority will
sponsor a swim-dance at the
Coral Reef hotel Sunday evening
at 8:30 o'clock. There will be
swimming, dancing, refreshments
and rhumba contests. Leonard
Koltun is chairman. Admission
is 75 cents for members and $1
for other guests.
DUX To Hear Attorney
"I Was a Prosecutor at the Ger-
man War Trials" is the topic of
an address tc be delivered by
David Lemelman, Miami attor-
ney, at a breakfast meeting of the
DUX club at the Miami Y Sun-
day morning. All young men and
women are invited to attend, ac-
cording to Charles Zalis, presi-
dent.
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 29
Miami 18, Florida. Friday, July 19. 1946
TAMMUZ 20. 5706
SIDNEY HILLMAN .
During recent years there have been many Jewish immi-
grants to this country who acquired power and fame through
the acquisition of wealth. Sidney Hillman. the Jewish immi-
grant from Lithuania who perhaps exerted more influence upon
recent American life than any other Jew, immigrant Or native-
born, that one can think of, was not one o! them.
Hillman dedicated his life not K> the amassing of money but
to the amelioration of the lot of the working people, the com-
mon men, in the United States. His life waa n magnificent
example of the social idealism of the East-EurQpean Jew and a
magnificent refutation of the charge of anti-Semite* that Jewish
genius can express itself only in he selfish pursuit of money.
As a leader among the liberal and progressive forces Of this
country, Hillman was a convenient target for the malicious
arrows of reactionary forces who could point to his foreign
birth as proof that what he stood for and what he fought for
v/as not in harmony with the traditions of American democracy.
YeL defying them all, Hillman did not abandon his life's mission
in order to escape the attacks against him as the Lithuanian-
born son of a rabbi, but bravely and quietly went on with his
efforts to make America a better place to live in for the under-
privileged masses. As president of the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers union, as head of the CIO Political Action committee,
as a leader in the war effort under President Franklin D. Rooae*
velt, Hillman gave of his utmost to the cause of true democracy
among men, whether in industrial or in political relations, un-
mindful of the effect such devotion might have upon his per-
sonal popularity in certain circles, or even upOn his health.
His death at the untimely age of 59 robs America and Jewry
of a great humanitarian and an outstanding statesman in the
field of labor-management relations, as President Truman has
called him. He will be hard to replace. But as we mourn his
passing, let us at least be grateful that such a noble leader
had lived and managed to accomplish the many fine things
behalf of his fellow-men which he did accomplish.
TOM r BOWLERS
Second half Of the currenl
tournament being conducted by
thP Miami Y bowling league will
be Opened Monday night at the
Recreation Bowling alleys, ac-
cording to Al Reisman.
Trophies, awarded at the lea-
gue's supper and dance Sunday
evening went to the high scoring
teams. The high point team was
captained by B. Yaphe. Members
of the team are S. Weinkle. S.
Karns. 3. wVinstock and N.
BkimlJerg, .
Second place awards were made
to Abe Berkowitz, captain, and
his teaitii t. Bi-Hinsoti. A: M. Wise,
M. Uouiton, H. Moss and S. LeViH,
In third place was G. Rachlin's
team consisting of J. Levine. B.
Minor, M. Atkins, H. Kay and
Al Wise.
Hi-game award went to L.
Grossberg. Tied for hi-set were
M. Miles and J. Leblang.
Captains of the new league are
M. Miles., J. I.r-blnns, Ahe Berko-
,wlt, 8. Seillin, Al Berkbwiti, #.
Levine, H. Kay, H. Schwartz, S.
Weinkle. B. Yaphe, G. Rachlin,
Al Werner. H. Oren, Al Reisman,
M. Streit and A. Coulton.
MISS POTICHA WEDS
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz.
who were married in the Crystal
room of the Poinclana hotel on
June 30. are making their home
n Miami. Mrs. Lofkowltz Is the
former Miss Lorraine Poticha,
daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Abra-
ham Poticha, 1022 Euclid ave.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr,
and Mrs. Abraham LefkowitZ(
1228 Pennsylvania avt. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff officiated.
Miss Anna Poticha was the'
maid of honor and Henry Lefkd-
witz, of Scranton, Pa., served ds
best man. Bridesmaids were the
Misses Helene Schulman, Rose
Wolf and Sylvia Lefkowitz. Fred-
rick Snyder, Martin Grund and
Solomon Weinberg were ushers.
on
3.500 VOICE PROTEST
AGAINST BRITISH
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
ewing America's official
to thi Jewish peo-
behalf of Palestine during
tlir l.t 30 years. Smathl : ex-
pressi i the view that "the Ameri-
an government should exercise
trength to immediately
iblish a J' wish homeland in
Pair.-tine."
The Jews of Europe are dy-
ing on a "cross of British stub-
borness and ignorance," he ex-
claimed, pointing out the "moral
right" of European Jews lo go
to Palestine to escape the big-
otry and prejudice which still
exisj in Europe.
RESOLUTION PASSED
A resolution branding Britain's
d< lay in granting admission of
Jews to Palestine as "reprehens-
ible and intolerable" was unani-
mously passed and copies were
sent to the President and Senator
Popper. The "arranged escape"
of the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem and
the arrest by Great Britain of
over 2,000 Jewish leaders in Pal-
estine were described as "obvious-
ly interlinked" and England was
accused of promoting an Arab
uprising and massacre of the Jews
of Palestine. The resolution was
introduced by George Bcrtman,
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith presi-
dent.
Dean LeSourd brought a
message from Senator Pepper
who expressed his support for
the opening of Palestine which,
he said, "is a part of the strug-
gle for democracy that is going
on both her* and abroad."
The meeting was conducted by
Harry Simonhoff, chairman of the
local Zionist Emergency council.
Jack D. Burris, acting president
of the Miami Beach Zionist dis-
trict, introduced Dr. LeSourd and
declared that the "whole country
is aroused by the perfidy, ruth-
lessness and lust of England."
Britain's "international double-
crossing" was criticized by Doris
Albin. vice president of Junior
Hadassah. Other speakers Were
Harold Shapiro, Masada presi-
dent, and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger
Firik. representing local women's
Zionist organizations.
Search in Colonies Ends
EPPERSON TO SPEAK
Clyde Epperson, chairman of
the Dade county Cleanup council
will describe the council's pro-
gram at the luncheon meeting of
the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at
12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown
club restaurant, Seybold build-
ing.
LODGE ENROLLS 95
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
whirl, he reviewed the work of
Bn.nB nth for the past 103 years
Brief speeches were also made by
Z.nr. and George Bertman. presi-
dent of the lodge.
nSST ,tiiptains ^Pointed were
Harold Z,nn. Walter C. Kovner
George J. Talianoff. Dr. Alex
Libow Siegfried Geismar. Ar.
Srn-MHarry BEJ*.
Max Singer, Montague Rosen
berg Irving Firtel, J. Harry Day
Arthur L. Perper and jnjj
The weekly Beach B'nai B'rith
luncheon will be devoted to the
membership drive and reports of
^ReTeZJ"^ B at
Two other major events
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1)
the Fishman case became a
"cause celebre" in Palestine as he
went on a four-day hunger strike
protesting his arTPsL
An official announcement this
week said that 645 of the nearly"
3,000 pei sons ari-ested since June
29 have been released, ieaving
well over 2,000 still in custody.
For the first time since June 29,
when the building was occupied
by British troops, the unarrested
members of the Jewish Agency
executive met this week in their
headquarters here.
The Palestine Arab Higher com-
mittee has handed High Commis-
sioner Sir Alan G. Cunningham
a note demanding the immediate
dissolution of the Jewish Agency.
He Arabs made their request on
the basis of alleged "incriminat-
ing evidence available of the Jew-
's! Agency's dirvct relations with
Jewish terrorists and its activities
in arms smuggling and illegal im-
migration.
Deny Agency Controls
Resistance Movement
The Haganah's secret radio.
Voice of Israel." denied that the
resistance movement was con-
"'"< ;:'-'l that the Haganah had a
secret and independent com-
-and and that "as long as there
is a power preventing our redemp-
hn?M 1 opPsin8 our will to
buildup Palestine, there will be
a resistance movement."
Herzl Treatise Shape<
Modern Political Zionj.
(Editor'* Not*: To mark th* 50th mnlu..
Seach. to writ* th* followlnfl artiol* about th*' 7*1.7' L,B
m T. 'ithtr of
th,
LlPid,
Pol
I
Theodor Hril was born May 2, i860 In n
parents Wete well-to-do lews whose interests were
than Jewish, so Heriil received a vety slight hw^
When he was 18 the family moved to i/jennc and*
received the degree of doctor of law. But he soon 1
law for a literary career and before long becam I
foremost journalists in Austria, excellinq rank!,
writer of short sketches and feuilletons He also
ou plays popular in their day. In 18?) he went m
corespondent of the great Vienna newspaper Die
Presse;
While Iri Paris, he witnessed the
DreyfUs affair and the outburst
of anti-Semitism in Prance and
elsewhere; and this, it is believ-
ed, awakened his Jewish con-
sciousness, ahd catmed him to
ponder long and deeply (fti the
ministration establish
taxational "green*?
be given sovereign r
portion of the earth's j.
"vs who *jij
"The
have
fate tif his people, from whom he 1 oVCT; ,
state of their on]
haa complexly drifted away. He!^^^ t^Sf
had arrived at the coYnehision that aris,. j
the Jew must emancipate" hfrn-
Such
wa
the
self, rebuild the ancient father"-1 j_
land and there work out his tal- "** ^?lded and
vatfcffi. The** thoughts which had ;emi- '"
taken possessidft of Ma soul he I jn spite <>f opposition,!
proceeded to embody in a gaining powerflfl allits,
pamphlet entitled, "the Jewish llecj ': it him. Tin l
State." published in 1895. Which *nd distinguished was)
ushered in the dawn of political fau who had attain
Zionism. "S* tamt as a philo
Herzl's "Jewish State" occupies ,crilK
a place among the classical utter- i Herzl nol* addresssed I
ances of Zionism and became a to the .'lerculesh task
blueprint for the modern Jewish ing hi leas. He cm
settlement of Palestine. The writh leading Jews fa
freshness of its approach and the the wi Id establish
boldness of its conception gave it weekly, Die Welt, (or I
the carrying power of a projec- pogation of his views, i
tile. The book may be paraphras- a call for the first Jew
cd and summarized as follows: Congre.- in history.,
Judaism Is more than a creed, grass, v ich met in
the Jews more than a religious gust, 1397, the foundafi
denomination. "Ye tre a people]laid for a world Zioi
one people" United In dispersion ization and most of i
by a fomrrioh heritage and com- ments of the Zionist
mon destiny. The Jews constltut- j As head of the Zionis
ed iff each countf> a national or ', ment, Herzl directed
ethnic minority, distinY* and dis-,work on propaganda and J
tinguishable from the sUrrdUnding ization. presided at all cos]
majority. Hence the abnormality and conducted negotiate
and tragedy of their position. .Turkish ar.d other govd
The nations harboring such an > i 898 r, .egan a series o
ethnic minority feel the presence maJtlc >nt.Tvieu-s with |
of a foreign body embedded, as;"1 government t
it were, in its organism and re- hc,P h" "Us'0
act to the irritation by spasmodic ; Zionist cause. MJ
attempts to suppress or expell it.!several t
This is especially the case at Peror.
times of national distress, when I At Hl :',0^ u I,
bitterness and frustration can be Kaiser m lW wmoi
venUd upon a defenseless min-|ln Pilh"'r'' ,nc,
ority.
ed. -I
.intry
:.-..! I
Aids Cabinet Committee
Paul L Hanna, professor of his-
tory at the University of Florida
.soneofthesevenadv,serwh0'
CabineP,amed PreSident SSS
Cabinet committee on Palestine
to London. He served in the same
oi the Anglo-American Inauirv
S d is the authTS
British Pobcy In Palestine."
i uj things' '' and
It was ehlldwh and naive to _lied "Modem scieM
test universal recurrent manifes- |edKby a ,.,:ne.st and hi
tatiori bf hostility with moral ser- ran so]w
mons. Argurriehts, dialectics were_nd gjv., l.<1ie;tine both
futile: rather seek i6 understand water and many other
the deep seated cause of the dis- 'si^es/'
temper and effect a permanent. t-'1902 he wm ii*"|
curenot by palliatives but hy f '. ;, t. British roy>i
radical and heroic measures. To '". .. ..ctimoM'!
wait for a moral and social mil- s*>"
lenium was Utopian.
A plan to settle the Jewish d ] ss ^ on
question permanently is practical |statesnl','.,', -nd pubbt
and realizable through our own iun(]ount. ,t!v contributed
will and efforta final exodus Hevelopn lit of Pr0
from the Diaspora, and an in- .jcn m firja] circle
gathering of the exiles in a land
of their own, through such ter-
ritorial concentrationthe birth
of a new freedom, bringing not
only deliverance from oppression,
security of life and property but
also social, intellectual and poli-
tical freedom, national and per-
sonal dignity, and the opportun-1
ity for complete self-expression ment 01 p jjouderrn
in the shelter of a Jewish Com- Pf" ,( jnrdan Valley
"-wealth. If/rJvA? Propose .k
How was
achieved? The
arouse the Jewish people
consolidate its national will pow- s jip'zl receive0
er. The second was to bring the l-~,nt >
Jewish question out into the open
so that world opinion might
recognize it for what it was
not merely an internal Jewish
problem but a vital international
problem affecting the peace and
well-being of European society.
Find a territory, preferably Pal-
estine, capable of absorbing mil-
as a Clmk exposiM
Zionist affode.
The manifold geautf
father of modem a*gl
denced by the rerna*'*
of Herzl's interest 1
discovert,-andwondw.
nology. He advanced M
Utilizing -a wate
I Mediterranean for .jj^
'plan :<.....'" .. m
v ity (JVAi proposed BJ
this plan to be Land of i^I
e first step was to T^i; ,h is at pr*|
ld isenous'iytudied.
In liKM no--
British government
a grant of land m J(
iihEastAtnca.fo'-;;h!
an autonomous Jew rf
under the flfigJ
Britaul' Hes xh &*
before- the S
lions of Jews. Seek, by open 8*dU,Vthe heart. WIT
political and diplomatic effort, to tlon "' fomplained
secure a rnmIimi tr. nnlnnijo it. alreaa>___ 0N r
before ine "" theopP1
where ^ aroused U.
the *&t!3I*L
rt.unci.est -'Pf Wh.j
secure a concession to colonize it
undsjr at^ aMttmomous Jewish ad,'I
(.cONT'NueP



JULY
19, 1945
+Je*lstrk>rldllaii
PAGE SEVEN
_i_.n iriinrw'ii*ii*i*ii*i* *
|MM
IN THE
jER MIAMI
0F WORSHIP
ES
MIAMI
vasts?**-
,527 dpi. **
BjE till noon. Beih
sn .?ion (Conserve-
RS -e.. Rabbi
| Castor Abraham S.
Bi Colman A. Zwit-
|TzwitmJ.i. will read
| evening services at
||0 BEACH
Congregation (Or-
jll Washington ave..
Meschelof:. Cantor
,r_Fridaj evening
, p.m. Adult Satur-
Lg services, 8.30 a.m.
L service.--. 9 a.m. Ju-
Cgation. 10 a.i... Mmcha,
' followed b> Shalos
abbi Meschelofl will
I "The Portu.n of the
leligious school sessions
trough Friday, '> a.m.
tOAL NOTICES
[ HEREBY UIVEN that
ti,j letlrlnl ei -age in
ihr fictltloux name ol
Si: SERVICE. .;> S. W.
m the Clt> of Miami,
lltnd I" resist" ''" """'
the Ckrk '' ''" Circuit
kdt Count;,. P i da
Fhv kopelowitz
St marks
SMI
j HEREHY UIVEN thai
[nci dwirlnc engage In
.d ite Dctitl" ib name oi
[STATE CON rRACTORS,
1 Slrett, Uiarui Bi ach, Kla.,
tuld name ,wlth the
Cittutt Coui l of Dude
SILVKl'.MAN
b.VCT IrH.NSTEIN
Oabt) Parade
Elayne, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Moskowitz, 1535
Bay dr., was born July 2 .
Elinor Beth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Schweig,
888 W. 47th St., June 19 .
James Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Howard Axelrod,
147 N. W. 87th St., July 4 .
Robert Larry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederik Deutsch. 1130
Drexel ave., July 2 Lewis
Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Armas Silverberg, 444
S. W. Sixth st-, June 26 .
PARK EVENTS SLATED
More than 1,000 children have
registered with the Miami Beach
recreation department for the
1946 playground program, Byron
B. Wheeler, superintendent, has
announced. Mrs. Marion Wood
Hut-y, Flamingo park director,
announced these special events:
Annual track and field meet, July
19; shuffleboard, Aug. 9: chess
and checkers, Aug. 19; swimming,
Aug. 22; softball, Aug. 24, and
the annual playground review,
Aug. 29.
till noon. Miami Beach Jewish
Center (Conservative), MIS Eu-
clid ave.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Cantor Emanuel BaxkanFriday
evening services, 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day services, 9 a.m. Junior con-
gregation, 10 a.m. Mincha, 7
p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy
Scout troop 65 meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom
(Liberal). Chase ave. at 41st St..
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Sam-
uel KelemerFriday evening ser-
vices, 5:30 p.m. High Holy Days,
Sept. 26.
Mark 26th Anniversary
June Dairy Products company
is celebrating its 26th annivers-
ary this year. Established in
1920, it has branches in principal
northeastern cities and Miami.
M. S. Bandler, vice president, who
opened the Miami branch, 1773
N. W. Seventh ave., in 1926, an-
nounces that plans are in progress
for construction of a large mod-
ern plant.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HE1IK1IV GIVEN that
Hi. umli'i'MBiir'l, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IIIK CORAL. WAY FOOD CENTER,
at 2261 Coral Way. Miami, Florida,
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IIERNARD STRUM WATER
SIDNEY CLICK
Partners
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for Applicants
7/5-12-19-26
IS HEREHY GIVEN that
Tied, dwirlnjr f.i engage in
ler the fictitious name of
I PRODUCTS, at 916 N. K.
Miami, Klorit! i intend to
|d r.amt with the Clerk of
Cuun of D ide County,
|U!T 1. PEAP.T.
JAN KIRSHI'-WM
mux a K.\i i..,.N.
'' ';
:ms
[IS HERKI'.Y OH EN that
Bed. dcslm.f i i ,'iiKage In
the fl til name of
JALTY. at : Calumet
ami. Kla., Ii to res;.
! with the (J. :k of the
lllade Co'lnt) Florida.
Il'KKAY KASTOFP
. R COZATT
1-:S
IB HEREBY GIVEN that
pfed. deitrlng t< engage In
Rf", ,"" "......- name of
IPim.|c STE.N.KIRAPHIC
IMS*; Uii.ol:, Koad Hulld-
lBeach. Florida Intends to
Id name with tl Clerk of
eourt of [.;,,,, County,
CELIA TRAURIQ
-HEREBY GIVEN that
*'!'>; lo .T.Kage in
r 1M flctltio ..- name of
vALET SERVICE, at
[ae, Miami Reach,
"wglatei aald name
JOT the Cln ult Court
Jf. Ploriila.
l.reKl!' l;
f?Jlk M BAIDA
NOTICE IS HEREHY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BLANCHES SUNDRIES, at 1428 N.
W. 62nd St., Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Cleric of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES RUBIN
BLANCHE RUBIN
Sole Owners
a GROVER MORROW
Attorney for Applicants
6/28 7/6-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned- desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ADAMS CLASS SERVICE, at 18l>5
I'urdy Ave., Miami Beach, Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade,
County, Florida.
ADAM RAHI.NOWITZ
ABRAHAM RABINOVVITZ
IRVING RABINOWITZ
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicants
6/28 7/5-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MERCHANDISING SERVICE,
at 21S E. Flagler Street. Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT DORFMAN
ALLAN MACKOVER
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Miami Merchan-
dising Service
805 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
7/5-12-19-26 8/2
AZA 322 ELECTS
Newly elected president of AZA
chapter 322 is Sidney Grossberg.
Other officers include Walter
Traurig, vice president; Fred
Segal, secretary; Harold Booth,
treasurer; Joseph Mintzer, chap-
lain; Bernard Weintraub, serg-
eant-at-arms, and Marvin Slepian,
assistant sergeant-at-arms.
AZA advisors for the coming
year are Milton Friedman, Sey-
Imour Gladstone, Rabbi Murray
|Grauer, Dr. Roy Mack, Fred
Grossberg, Dr. Milt Wasserman,
Ted Sakowitz and Nathan Adel-
man.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1l1.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name pi
LENA'S TOURIST CABINS, ai Dads
County, Florida. Intends to register
Bald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florldu.
F.IORINDA ANQELINE BEKBRICH,
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for Applicant.
7/19-26 8/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DEPOT BAGGAGE & TRANSFER
CO., at 11".". 6th Street, .Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register said name
with the flerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
MORTON RUBENSTEIN
JOSEPH A. PERWEILER
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/19-26 8/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTER CLEANERS, at 1306 -'"Hi
Street, Miami Beach, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of tin- Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
ALBERT 11 RLUMBERG
ISIDi IRE Cim iKI.ER
HAROLD SHAPIRO,
Attorney for Applicants.
7/l;.-^r,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 41^30
Notice is hereby given Uiat A. N.
DREXEL, holder as assignee of City
of Hialeah Tax Certificate Numbered
187. dated the 1st day of June. A.D.
1942, lias filed said Certificate in iny
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated In Dade Counay. Florida,
to-wit:
Lot 11, Block 4SB 13th Addition to
Hialeah. in the City of Hialeah. County
of Dade. State of Florida.
The assessment of saW property
under the Certificate Issued was in
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 23rd day of July, A.D. 1916.
- Dated this lSth day of Jonas. A.D.
1946.
E. B. LEATIIERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By N. C. STERRETT. D.C.
(Circuit Court Seal)
6/21-28 7/5-12-19 _______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious mime of
VOGUE HANDBAG CO., at Roberts
llot.l Bldg., 2S W. Flagler St.. Miami,
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade '"Unty, Florida.
SIDNEY SAKS
6/21-2$ 7/5-12-19
Beautiful Estate. Private or
Income. Large, lofty rooms,
tile baths, porches, overlook-
ing Bay. Concrete cellar, gar-
age apt. Large corner, 6 lots.
See loday. 5991 N. E. 6th Ct.
Biscayne at 60th.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
a 'inder the fictitious name of
THE RAPHAELS, at 146 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach. Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROSA LEVITAN
AMELIA RAPHAEL
6/21-28 7/5-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
MIAMI CAMERA MART, at *j Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Reach. Ha., in-
tend to register said name -with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. __
KAY H. BROWN. JR.
AL A. HOLLANDER
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney tor Applicants.
1010 Biscayne Bldg.
7/12-19-26 S/2-9_____ ____
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag e 1"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL BAKING COMPANY (not
Inc.). at Miami, Dade County. Florida.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARX FEINBERO
Attorney for Applicant
RUTH DAVIDSON.
Sole Owner.
6/21-28, 7/5-12-19
HljHKi- -JIVBN that
EiiMJ,"', '" ene in
i "DaSe
EI-IA TRAURIQ
L.h";'1KI:v q'VEN that
Fvexii '",'"'""> name of
rest,,, .'*".' s""'. Ml-
Ml. '"'" Of Dade
AL'L Ki.T. ix
Sols Owner.
business under the fictitious naiui
FLORIDA TRAVELAVVN, at 6001
w. 7th Ave., Miami, Fia., tntendjii w
register said name with the Clerk '
the Circuit Court of Dad* Conn t>.
Kl0"ida HERBERT FUANKLYN
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant,
1010 Biscayne Bldg.
7/12-19-S6 8/2-9______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thSit
the undersigned, desiring to engage n
business under the fictitious name ot
PATIO GRILLE, at 141j N. E. S no
AVe. In the City of Miami. Flori, la.
intend to register the said name wi in
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da He
' K"max ROSENTHAL
JULIUS KLUGER
VOX ZA3IFT, SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/12-19-36 8/2-9_______________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha *. i
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage 1,1
business under the fictitious name o
8UNNY8IDE CLEANERS, at \i S, W.
12th Ave., In the City of Miami Hoi-
Ida. intend to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit court of
Daile County. Florida.
jack BREESKIN
BOB GOCH
VON ZAMFT. SIMON .- KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/12-19-26 8/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND F'"R DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 101895.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ANN It GOLOB.
Plaintiff,
vs.
I,oi:iS GOLOII.
Defendant.
TO: LOUIS GOLOB, 1375 Nelson
Avenue. Bronx 62. New York:
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an appearance In the above
suit for divorce on the 12th day of
August. 1910. otherwise the allegations
of said bill will be taken as confessed
by you.
This order Is to be published In The
Jewish Floridlan once each week [Or
four 14) consecutive weeks.
This the 11th day of July. A.D.
1946' E. B. LBATHERMAN.
By WM. W. STOCKING, I"t
(Circuit Court Seal)..... ,,.v-.,
\RONOVITZ, WEINKI.E A.- ARONO-
VITZ, 748 Beybold Bldg..
Miami. Florida.
7/12-19-26 8/2
^1-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH
Lf. JJ4J/_J
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME"
C Of FICiALLY ItraSEHT
the luxunn of northern
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Inltxmotion Glodl, Futniihtd on RagMSl
SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.A1BSON LETTER SERVICE, at 714
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MARTIN LA1BSON
ESTHER LA1BSON
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The second program in the "Voice of Youth" forum, spon-
sored by Jewish youth organizations of Greater Miami, win oe
held in the open this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beacn
Y when the theme, "Democracy Begins On Our Street, win oe
discussed. Highlight of the program will be a panel d'scussin
of the subject by members of youth organizations with Rabbi u
Mescheloff as moderator in place of Miss Malvina Weiss, wno
was called out of town suddenly.
Rabbi Mescheloff has been leading the congregation ot Bern
Jacob synagogue for the past ten years He, is honorary presi-
dent of the Mizrachi and Daugh- .----------
ters of Israel and vice president jewish Theological Seminary,
of the Florida State Rabbinical jwheiV he plans to take his rabbi-
association. He is a graduate of njca] degrei He was affi
the Yeshiva college.
The four participants in the
discussion are Toby Cooper. David
Jacobs, Sara Rose Schwartz and
Milton Zeldis.
Miss Cooper is a graduate of
the Miami Beach High school and
attended New York university in
1941-42. Following this, she did
personnel work with the Civil
Service administration from 1943
to 1946. She is now studying ut
the University of Miami. Active
in Junior Hadassah, she has been
ell (ted vice president tor the
coming year. She is a Young
Judea group leader and a mem-
ber of the Zionist Youth com-
mission.
Mr. Jacobs is 19 years old,
gradu;,to of th> Miami High
school. He attended the Univers-
ity of Florida where he made Phi
Eta Sigma, freshm;m honorary
fraternity. Hi- is now l, student
;.t New York university and the
Seminary College of Jewish Stu-
dies which is connected with the
with Sigma Rho of AZA aim was
Aleph Kohen Godol of the Flor-
ida n gion and the 5th district.
For four years he was junior
rabbi .it Beth David. Tins sunv
e i- a counsellor .it the Mi-
nimi Y home camp.
M Schwartz is i\ gri luate of
Miami Senior High sch "'1. She-
is ;it present a student at Duke
university, which she has attend-
ed f' r the past t" yei She
plans t> n..iv. in political science.
She was former president of the
BZB, a chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls, and has been president of
district No. 5 for two years. She
is also president of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi sorority at the univ( rsity
and affiliated with the Hillel
foundation there.
Mr. Zeldis. the youngest of the
group, age 15. is a student at Mi-
ami High school. He is a mem-
ber oi Habonim, labor Zionist
group, and on the staff of thf
school paper, His interests are
writing, dramatics, music and
Palestine, where he hopes to go
some day.
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imous Springfield plan for
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Negroes, .lews and foreign groups
helps to build unreasoning hat-
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About 125 people attended thr-
first meeting of the forum last
Sunday at the Miami Y. Mr.
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made a plea for independence
from prejudice intolerance and
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although the Jews have been the
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,ted from Nazi domination,
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th< Bureau of Jewish Education,
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gress, was now aggravated by the
bitter controversy over the Ugan-
da project. Still he kept up his
Zionist labors. In April, 1904, he
broke down and three months
later, on July 3, 1904, he bade
his family and friends a last fare-
well. That afternoon he passed
away.
Theodor Herzl's earthly life
was over, but his immortal work
continued. The history of Zion-
ism since his death has been
largely the projection of his liv-
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Herzl had not only established
the congress, launched the World
Zionist organization, the Jewish
National Fund and laid the
foundation for international ac-
ceptance of the Zionist program;
his diagnosis of the Jewish posi-
tion in the Diaspora as well as
his dismal prognosis received
tragic vindication with the advent
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ISHasbzBondGkin g!^ T H E JEWISH UNITY THE JEWISH WEEKLY LOCAL ZIONISTS PICKET BRITISH CONSULATE MIAMI 18. FLORIDA FRinav ^,777^11^ PRICE: TEN CENTS den-.. I mot %  % %  Search In Colonies Ends; Jews Strike JERUSALEM (JTA>-Searches of Jewish settlements have ended and British troops have been withdrawn to their normal positions. High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham announced this week. Earlier, the Jewish Agency headquarters was evacuated and Agency officials took over the building. "It is hoped there will be no further need for widespread military action, but it must be stated that if regrettably there are any further outbreaks of violence they will be dealt with with the utmost vigor," Cunningham added. All of the 1.600 prisoners in the Raffa camp on the PalestineEgyptian border, who represent Voice Protest [ainst British Po licy Is policy in Palestine—particularly its refusal to admit ropeanjews into the Holy Land—was scored Monday t a rally attended by more than 3,500 persons at Flapk, Miami Beach. xed by 18 local Zionist organizations, the mass proJJ fallowed a day of picketing by moi titan 200 'ho look turns marching in front of the Pan American l Miami where the British consulate office is locatedJ1 speakers at the rally were Dean Howard Marion I of Boston university and Congressman-elect George N that the Jewish i essentially a Chrisfclem. Dean LeSourd I that Palestine must I i national home for I if the problem is to [throughout the world. |*Sou;d outlined the the American Chrisiwcomrr.itu-u of which fcctor: Pd public opinion in |Jews jn Pakstine. the implements'Anglo-American Inpwtee's recommenda%  % the suggested itnI 100,000 Jews into N Pressure on Britain •fc present Palestine %  e declared, "can "fere disaster." '."P legal resistance "Palestine to Brit""H" restrictions. *Pa understanding ""Problem with the ^8 Persecution and b Christians ability to eti to establis %  P alestine %  BRITISH J* Mt l-British." he ^ing the belief Jfm of England I)* i*ish state. { f* standpoint of ffie 8 < canal. \%l we anti-Arab," 1 c are anti the f cu l^b a n b S W r d t he <*U* 0f M realize antij'ewish Arab is the IUED ON PAGE 6, Doctor Starts Hospital Study Information regarding Miami's medical needs is being compiled by the hospital survey committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, following the visit of Dr. Jacob J. Golub, director of the Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, who was engaged to conduct the survey. Dr. Golub spent five days in Miami last week conferring with Leon Kaplan, chairman, the rest of the committee and key people in the health field. He also toured various local hospitals and outlined the work of the survey which is now being conducted from the Federation office. Questionnaires have been sent to Jewish doctors of the area regarding the proposed $2,000,01)0 Mt. Sinai h information is being obtained from the Chamber of Commerce, the health department, hospitals, medical and nurses associations, railroads, social agencies and other groups that can provide data essential to planning for the hospital. As the material is gathered. Dr. Golub is evaluating it. He will return to Miami in the mar future to continue the work. The survey, expected to be completed by October, will contain a sUidy of the type of medical services already available in the area, rates of illness among both the permanent and tourist populations, medical personnel that would be available for staffing the hospital, etc BRITISH CONSULATE PICKETED HERE Picketing of the British consulate office Monday marked the first time such action was taken by local Zionist organizations. A memorandum criticizing British delay in admitting 100.000 European Jews Jo Palestine was delivered to L. A. Oates, British vice consul, by a delegation headed by E. Max Goldstein, comabout 80 per cent of the approxiy 2.000 Jews still held by the British as a result of recent raids, ended a hunger strike this week to protest their continued detention. A one-day nation-wide sympathy strike occurred on Wednesday. The Inner Zionist Actions committee is understood to have voted to postpone for a few days its decision to order a civil disobedience campaign by all Jews in Palestine. NINE POLES DIE FOR KIELCE US WARSAW (JTA>— Nine persons convicted last Thursday of participation in the pogrom at Kielce which took the lives of 41 Jews were executed this week in the courtyard of the Kielce prison, a government spokesman anThe government has announced nounced. a July 15-August 15 immigration The spokesman, Viktor Grosz, quota of 1,500 Jews and 100 nonsaid that the commander and Jews. Of the visas for Jews, 1,065 deputy commander of the securbe assigned to the visaless ity police in Kielce would go on 'refugees who arrived on the HajViva Reik and the Josiah Wedg^ n W. r rii h 1 ^ a S.f eaCh JeW W d 8nd Wh a rC SUU 3t Athirt rw•! *. p ^' The 1,100 who entered on the J. P 1 ( "r e heatl 22 B r y a the latest emigrant vesS^JZTS 1 all D a9 ~ marChed sel to arrive here, will probably £uSS i.h American be obIigcd to wait for the building with %  %  • mA* quota before being released. Britain, aren't 6,000,000 Jewish, dead enough." "British tyranny— 4U b newspapers report that I six Jews were dragged America. 1776; Palestine, 1946," H* CUnent dnv ? ln Egypt against i w a r saw-Bialystok train trial shortly for their failure to prevent the outbreak. At least 33 Jews have been murdered since July 4, according to reliable reports. In addition to the 22 killed between Lodz and Wroclaw, which was reported earlier this week. six Jews were dragged from a America, 1776; Palestine, 1946, 100.000 Jews to Palestine now," t C f ornrnunlsts a "d other opponents "Polish Jews die! Britain heed f the governmen t being at their anguished cry. Beach Enrolls Lodge 95 government is being accompanied by anti-Jewish incitement. Many Jewish premises in the and Zareby Koscielne station murdered. Four Jews were massacred at Presczecin about the same time. Cairo have had anti-Jewish inand on Wednesday another was scnptions scrawled across them, killed in his home at Katowice by Colonial^Secretary George Hall'a band which left behind a card Ninety-five new members were enrolled by the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith when its membership drive was launched Tuesday evening, according to Jack A. Abbott, chairman of the campaign to obtain 1,000 members. The opening affair, a summer festival, was attended by 850 people in the Candlelight patio of the Cadillac hotel told the House of Commons that the British raid on the Jewish Agency and the arrest of its members on the Sabbath was justified by the results obtained. A day earlier the Inner Zionist Actions committee voted to take reading "This will happen to all the Jews of Poland." Several chalutzim who had been armed by the government to assist in defending Jews against attacks were arrested by police after battling terrorists. While -_ „ .. i U .....,£; IVUUUSW. Willie concrete steps to implement the they were held in prison, they proposals for non cooperation with the government adopted by the Jewish National council last new i week. The new policy is expectled to go into effect immediately and remain in force until leaders of the Jewish Agency are released. Harold Two weeks after his arrest, ui uic wauuiai iivtcii iiu'u*" i w vvn.no aim ilia CINTM, Zinn was chairman of the event. I manhandling by a British officer, A request for every member tojand imprisonment at Latrun, 73pledge a new member was made'year-old Mizrachi leader Rabbi Sinai hospital arTd st'aUsTicai i^ Abbott. "What is B'nai B'rith?" Yehuda Leib Fishman was re'was the subject of his address in, leased. During the two weeks (CONTINUED ON PAGE (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) were assaulted by the terrorists who had been seized at the same time. Several members of the Polish National council this week called on August Cardinal Hlond, who issued a statement in which he said that the anti-Semitic outbreaks in Poland were "to a great degree due to Jews who occupy the leading positions in Poland's government and endeavor to introduce a governmental structure that a majority of the people do not desire. JWV Offers To Mobilize for Palestine When over 4,000 Jewish War Veterans from all over the country marched on Washington last weekend to protest Britain's Palestine policy, Leonard Moriber, of Miami, was one of five veterans who made an official visit to President Truman and promthat the organization would ised nf Jewish volrecruit a division o unteers for service in Pal..-tine if the President feels that OUT troops are required to speed Jewish immigration into the HolyLand. In a telegram to Jack D. Burris, acting president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, Moriber, holder of the Congressional Medal of Honor, reported: "Received by President and submitted strong statement supporting his demand for immediate admission of 100,000 Jews into Palestine and protesting British perfidy and broken pledges to tin more than one million Jewish soldiers who fought in the armies of the United States. "Delegates also visited the Secretary of State and the British ambassador. Day's activities and parade greatest such event in the struggle for the rights of the Jewish people that this community has ever seen. It was fighting crowd her e and we must keep up the vigorous aggressive struggle to its successful conclusion." Athough it offered to mobilize '"'' for Palestine defense, the JWV stated it was convinced that American troops would not be needed to facilitate immigration. The delegation accused British officials of being the "real terrorists in the present uprising in Palestine and Europe and predicted mass-suicide among European Jews unless they are permitted immediate entrance into the Holy Land. I ; :f



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•v:iif?£?~Z;l:i2zZ>&Si ^E MAIL BOX nfmlns article ap*? tfjSU Floridian 'I aWrittenbyDr. %  "' „ (Your Perscnal G f n b d r ,'..d 'How Long tl ; Child Attend Parochial t 3 i, !s misleading and mf. o the author's lack of ft inflation about Jewlucation.,., school and daily thool (Tr.lmud Torah) Tnd h —,e to him. He J child of 10 who atU paroch.al s,!rol after re, home iron: public^school. .m. to 8 p.m. This he fefo I don't know of any d ochial school in this Parochial school refers foivah or an all-day school ,he child attends the reguJl hours from 8:30 to 3:30 The course of studies inh,s Jewish and regular subjects. In some schools -ish subject., are given in ling, and the others in the l00n 'in others, the prois integrated so that Jewish :ular subjects are studied ie morning and afternoon. ,„ gets a complete educa(secular and Jewish) and is (ter 3:30 p.m. to play, etc. .jldberg does not seem to any knowledge about this. ill informed. ? Beach Council Urges Palestine Immigration A resolution urging Congress and the President to expedite the immigration of 100.000 European Jews into Palestine was adopted by the Miami Beach city council at a meeting Wednesday morning. The measure was introduced by Councilman Lee Powell, who said he was prompted to the action following the mass meeting held Monday evening at Flamingo park to protest Britain's Palestine policy. In speaking about attendance at a "parochial" school (he means the daily afternoon religious school and Sunday school) for an hour or an hour and a half daily, Dr. Goldberg thinks that all a child gains is a smattering of rituals and observances. Jewish history, traditions, literature, Jewish problems, Bible study—all these and others, Dr. Goldberg dismisses. The article is indicative of confused thinking and inadequate preparation. A person writing on Jewish education should be qualified. Dr. Goldberg, in my opinion, is not qualified to write fairly on this subject. I urge the editor to scrutinize very carefully Dr. Goldberg's future articles. Very truly yours, A. P. GANNES, Director, The Bureau of Jewish Education. iiiliii llllill '"I ml nun mill. u nilli IIIIIIII miim null ii ii ..III.. HIM %  II III %  mi IN GREATER MIAMI /THE GAifinat MNNtNG 'S •tyE FISH WE SERVE TfrOAY SLOT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT fe&< SMtUI STEAk OVSTW B*A COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN "NK H*WfAf,rt. -NMNMIM6 OIKttOR 0*tlY ficepT mPHOAVS ,R0M ll0 H0Ott '• PH.3-l7 <£>£ ?.<< 8.SCAYNE D aK* 53s&. fm. Jim, wtM me 11 In y cmr moo tfc mm roolnat Bls Vn la low* fr*OI v&s Sfl. ti*r\ Mum kr Umttr Maj* M Ska pBM KWeSn %  > ska MB tMui*. %  :: %  &3£&ggM •• %  MIAMI AVI, PHONI I-I1N IOUBY HTIMG CORP. ^^^ %  M alli' 3-5000 Llt£t/SED AHpfrsv*fo(c#rMAcw/?s 6*9 N.W.6* StrmmL MIAMI 36. FLORIDA ItlMI *Jenlsjhncrkflan PAGE FIVE MRSMILLER WINS DISTRICT OFFICE Among the newly elected officers of B nai Bnth Women, fifth distnet, named at the recent convention n Baltimore are M g-MUler, treasurer, and Mrs. Joe Goldstein, former Miamian now '?.'>' Va supreme co ncil representative. The presidency was awarded to Mrs. Louis Piassick, of Atlanta. Other officers are: Mrs. Joseph Sherhon. of Baltimore, first president; Mrs. Louis Dubit, of Washington, second vice president; Mrs. ManninR A. Bernstein, of Charleston, third v fc e president; Miss Margaret Abramson of Alexandria, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Marcus Pass, of Portsmouth, recording secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Koenigsberg Washington; Mrs. Maurice B,.K yer, of Washington, and Mrs. Louis Piassick, of Atlanta, supreme council representative. Federation to Make Local Personnel Study Persoieicl standards and practices inicfcal Jewish agencies will be reviffred by a nine-man committee to be established by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, according to Morris Klass, executive director. Special attention will be given to annual and sick leaves, annual increments and other employee benefits. Existing practices among the agencies will be studied and recommendations will be made to the boards of the various groups in reference to impioving personnel conditions. The committee will consist of three members of agency staffs, Federation executive committee members and three Federation board members. PLANS SWIM-DANCE The Beth Sholom Fratority will sponsor a swim-dance at the Coral Reef hotel Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock. There will be swimming, dancing, refreshments and rhumba contests. Leonard Koltun is chairman. Admission is 75 cents for members and $1 for other guests. DUX To Hear Attorney "I Was a Prosecutor at the German War Trials" is the topic of an address tc be delivered by David Lemelman, Miami attorney, at a breakfast meeting of the DUX club at the Miami Y Sunday morning. All young men and women are invited to attend, according to Charles Zalis, president. BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOW1 DON'T WAIT! W. I. FEUER, REALTOR DURING CONSULT MY MY ABSENCE ASSOCIATE ON ANY REAL ESTATE PROBLEM LEO EISENSTEIN. REALTOR 309 LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-6479 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. Ph 1.7301 Bet carefor chronic tick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices %  MBLange Beautiful Groundium Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President 1861 N. 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igSSJsggs*! 19, 1945 *Jelsti Flcric/ian GIRLS PLAN EVENTS FOR DISTRICT MEET fchulk of the treasury of the tZvh Women's auxiliary fSS Home for the Aged P A ""vfi to Max GreenT ur f >nr n of the home's feSttee, Wednesday PMV for facilities to houte RE 30 additional oldsters. I check M resented by iBewamin Sherry, president Vauxiliaryat a meeting of ImUt the Strathaven hotel %  L for the addition. which 'built next to the present i s W. Fourth st. and W as br ken last week, raising drive is being iby directors of the home .auxiliary b lard meeting jdiy, plans were made for EtTactivities for the comr Mrs. Benjamin Appel jon the summer project, Kich she is chairman. The ; is the largest yet under[ by the Beach auxiliary. jnbers of the home's build...imittee include Daniel b Gus Trail. S Aronstein, [rd Felner, Mori is E. Rubin, kin, David Liebman, S. B. Irving Frankel, T. M. man. Herman Baseh, WiliFeuer. live persons in residents ) home at present. TO MEET Ular meeting of the Freda lowitz post, Jewish War ns, .nil be held Monday pg at the Mian i Y, accordDr Maurice Klein, comkr. Veteran.i f both wars irited. RAISES 522,561 V :.-.. H. as a result finds campaign has been Advisory their capfor $35,000, png to S. B. Miller, treasthe council. Of the raised. $18,436 has been Of this amount, $3,000 liven by Baron de Hirsh specifically for a library. Fifth District B'nai B'rith Girls from Baltimore to West Palm Beach will visit Miami the week end of Aug. 18 to participate in the third annual BBG-BBYW convention to be held at the Betsy Ross hotel on Miami Beach. Aside from meetings, election of officers, and yearly reports, luncheons, banquets and parties have been planned for the guests by the seven chapters sponsoring the meeting here. Highlighting the social affairs will be a semiformal Installation banquet and dance at the Shelborne hotel. Mrs. Joe Goldstein, of Galax, Va., honorary president of the BBG district, will install the officers. Miss Alice Elson, national director of B'nai B'rith Girls, and Mrs. Sara Piassick, newly elected president of B'nai B'rith Women, district five, will be special convention guests. Miss Terry Fishman is convention city chairman working with Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, director of BBG work. A musical skit, written by Miss Carnovsky, will be a special feature of the installation banquet, and will be presented by girls of both Miami and Miami Beach chapters. An orchestra, under the direction of Miss Pat Curtice, is being formed for the program. Committee chairmen for the meeting are Irene Jacobs, social; Sara Schwartz and Tobie Jacobskind, gifts; Judy Horowitz, transportation ; R o s 1 y n Mendelson, housing and registration; Gloria Farkas, dating, and Marjorie Miller, publicity. PAGE THREE Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF F'onda Regiona, Director An ,. Defamation League Side by side in this morning's P-per appeared two news dispatches from Europe which tell J W c tor y f the status of our Jewish brethren in Europe fh T oo arsaw comes lh report that 22 addition,! J ewa were killed in fresh outbreaks of persecution, and that the k!lU, vvere agents of a demagogue who wai trying to engineer a political plot using the Jews as scapego Lisbon reports that diehard Nazis, under the protection of Portugal neutrality, still a r. rying on hate campaigns. Amor-. "ther things, they have pub: clandestine hate sheetAn illustration of the,,technique is their attack on Justice Robert Jackson. American prosecutor al Nuremberg, whom they referred to as "that American Jew prosecutor Jackson, whose real i is Jacobson." Thus, in two news items appearing on the same day, v two examples of postwar politii al anti-Semitism. On the ore hand, a-politically ambitious demagogue who murders Jews to provoke civil strife. In Lisbon, on the other hand, dangerous Nazis, still at large, endeavor to maintain a nucleus for keeping alive and spreading poisonous, fascist doctrines. Both illustrations represent dire menaces not only to the future well-being of Poland. Germany, Portugal and the rest of Europe, but also—in this atomic age—to the entire universe. In the lightning-speed era which atomic r has brought, it is doubtful whether peace-loving people can survive another holocaust. These ominous threats to everlasting peace must end. The United National organization must find fool-proof machinery to eradicate these menaces. These fires which are fed by hate propaganda must be stamped out without delay. We cannot afford to wait and permit these fires of hate to spread and engulf all the peoples %  arth, BS that will be the inevitable result in this new atomic era. Reports On Palestine M .nay Bachman, who recently returned to America after a visit to Pa!> -tme, was the guest speaker at a regular luncheon meeting "f the Miami Beach Zionist luncheon club Wednesday at the National hotel. OPENS PIANO STUDIO Lessons in piano, including keyboard harmony and ear training, are being offered by Miss Shirley Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ross, at studios at 1101 S. W. 20th ave. She will specialize with beginners. Miss Ross began her musical education in Flint. Mich., and continued in Miami under Mrs. Claudina Mendez and Mrs. S. Asher of the Miami Conservatory of Music. She taught for the conservatory and was active in music club work there. She has also studied voice under Arturo Di Filippi and this past si ason studied under Sergei Barsakoff, concert pianist. Jackie Selevan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Selevan. 1502 Jefferson ave., celebrated his fifth birthday with a party on July 5. He was host to 21 of his friends. young ^H SEAT COVERS AND TOPS • ^ 1 EVANS BROTHERS I "PEE WEE" — CECIL — WARREN "== 116 N. E. 29th ST. PHONE 2-2G89 =~" JWV WOMEN TO BUY PA SYSTEM FOR VETS The Freda Markowitz post 174 of the Jewish War Veterans auxiliary will sponsor a tag day in downtown Miami next Thursday, July 25, to raise funds to pur> chase a public address system for the Nautilus Veterans hospital. In the form of flag buttons, the tags will be on sale in all of the principal stores in the city with headquarters at the Walgreen Drug store. Mrs. Sue Kout is in charge of the project. EFFICIENCIES OR BEDROOM APARTMENTS 71st St. Section Miami Beach, Call Between 8-11 A.M. t^^Mw^WM 6-2872 AA^AAAAAMwyM Leo A. Chaikin was honored at a birthday party on July 2 at, the Chaikin home, 1720 Lenox ave. Approximately 35 guests were present for the celebration. 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JULY 19, 1945 +Je*lstrk>rldllaii PAGE SEVEN i .n i r ii nrw' ii ii i ii i %  |MM IN THE jER MIAMI 0F WORSHIP ES MIAMI VASTS?**%  •,527 DPI. %  BjE till noon. Beih s n &f ion (ConserveRS -e.. Rabbi |£ Castor Abraham S. Bi Colman A. Zwit|TzwitmJ.i. will read | evening services at ||0 BEACH Congregation (Orjll Washington ave.. Meschelof:. Cantor ,r_Fridaj evening p. m Adult SaturL g services, 8.30 a.m. L service.--. 9 a.m. JuCgation. 10 a.i... Mmcha, followed b> Shalos „abbi Meschelofl will I "The Portu.n of the leligious school sessions trough Friday, %  > a.m. tOAL NOTICES [ HEREBY UIVEN that TI,J letlrlnl ei -age in ihr fictltloux name ol Si: SERVICE. .;> S. W. m the Clt> of Miami, lltnd I" resist" ''" •"""' the Ckrk '' ''" Circuit kdt Count;,. P i da FHV KOPELOWITZ ST MARKS SMI j HEREHY UIVEN thai [nci dwirlnc % %  engage In .d ite Dctitl" IB name oi [STATE CON rRACTORS, 1 Slrett, Uiarui Bi ach, Kla., tuld name ,wlth the Cittutt Coui l of Dude • SILVKl'.MAN b.VCT IrH.NSTEIN Oabt) Parade Elayne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moskowitz, 1535 Bay dr., was born July 2 Elinor Beth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schweig, 888 W. 47th St., June 19 James Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Howard Axelrod, 147 N. W. 87th St., July 4 Robert Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederik Deutsch. 1130 Drexel ave., July 2 Lewis Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Armas Silverberg, 444 S. W. Sixth st-, June 26 PARK EVENTS SLATED More than 1,000 children have registered with the Miami Beach recreation department for the 1946 playground program, Byron B. Wheeler, superintendent, has announced. Mrs. Marion Wood Hut-y, Flamingo park director, announced these special events: Annual track and field meet, July 19; shuffleboard, Aug. 9: chess and checkers, Aug. 19; swimming, Aug. 22; softball, Aug. 24, and the annual playground review, Aug. 29. till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative), MIS Euclid ave.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Emanuel Baxkan—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 65 meeting, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal). Chase ave. at 41st St.. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer—Friday evening services, 5:30 p.m. High Holy Days, Sept. 26. Mark 26th Anniversary June Dairy Products company is celebrating its 26th anniversary this year. Established in 1920, it has branches in principal northeastern cities and Miami. M. S. Bandler, vice president, who opened the Miami branch, 1773 N. W. Seventh ave., in 1926, announces that plans are in progress for construction of a large modern plant. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HE1IK1IV GIVEN that Hi. umli'i'MBiir'l, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IIIK CORAL. WAY FOOD CENTER, at 2261 Coral Way. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. IIERNARD STRUM WATER SIDNEY CLICK Partners HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicants 7/5-12-19-26 IS HEREHY GIVEN that Tied, dwirlnjr f.i engage in ler the fictitious name of I PRODUCTS, at 916 N. K. Miami, Klorit! i intend to |d r.amt with the Clerk of Cuun of D ide County, |U!T 1. PEAP.T. JAN KIRSHI'-WM mux a K.\i i..,.N. %  %  %  ; %  :MS [IS HERKI'.Y OH EN that Bed. dcslm.f i i ,'iiKage In the fl til name of JALTY. at : Calumet ami. Kla., Ii • % %  to res;. with the (J. :k of the lllade Co'lnt) Florida. Il'KKAY KASTOFP R COZATT %  1-:S IB HEREBY GIVEN that pfed. deitrlng t< engage In Rf", ,""• name of IPim.|c STE.N.KIRAPHIC IMS*; Uii.ol:, Koad HulldlBeach. Florida Intends to Id name with tl • Clerk of eourt of [.;,,,, County, CELIA TRAURIQ -•HEREBY GIVEN that £ %  '! %  '>; lo .T.Kage in %  r 1M flctltio ..name of • vALET SERVICE, at [ae, Miami Reach, "•wglatei aald name JOT the Cln ult Court Jf. Ploriila. l.re Kl! l; f?Jlk M BAIDA NOTICE IS HEREHY UIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BLANCHES SUNDRIES, at 1428 N. W. 62nd St., Miami, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES RUBIN BLANCHE RUBIN Sole Owners a GROVER MORROW Attorney for Applicants 6/28 7/6-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigneddesiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ADAMS CLASS SERVICE, at 18l>5 I'urdy Ave., Miami Beach, Florida. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade, County, Florida. ADAM RAHI.NOWITZ ABRAHAM RABINOVVITZ IRVING RABINOWITZ MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicants 6/28 7/5-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI MERCHANDISING SERVICE, at 21S E. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT DORFMAN ALLAN MACKOVER WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Miami Merchandising Service 805 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida. 7/5-12-19-26 8/2 AZA 322 ELECTS Newly elected president of AZA chapter 322 is Sidney Grossberg. Other officers include Walter Traurig, vice president; Fred Segal, secretary; Harold Booth, treasurer; Joseph Mintzer, chaplain; Bernard Weintraub, sergeant-at-arms, and Marvin Slepian, assistant sergeant-at-arms. AZA advisors for the coming year are Milton Friedman, SeyImour Gladstone, Rabbi Murray |Grauer, Dr. Roy Mack, Fred Grossberg, Dr. Milt Wasserman, Ted Sakowitz and Nathan Adelman. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1l1.it the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name pi LENA'S TOURIST CABINS, ai Dads County, Florida. Intends to register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florldu. F.IORINDA ANQELINE BEKBRICH, Sole Owner. SAM SILVER. Attorney for Applicant. 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DEPOT BAGGAGE & TRANSFER CO., at 11".". 6th Street, .Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the flerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORTON RUBENSTEIN JOSEPH A. PERWEILER MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CENTER CLEANERS, at 1306 -'"Hi Street, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida, ALBERT 11 RLUMBERG ISIDi IRE CIM iKI.ER HAROLD SHAPIRO, Attorney for Applicants. 7/l;.-^r, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 41^30 Notice is hereby given Uiat A. N. DREXEL, holder as assignee of City of Hialeah Tax Certificate Numbered 187. dated the 1st day of June. A.D. 1942, lias filed said Certificate in iny office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade Counay. Florida, to-wit: Lot 11, Block 4SB 13th Addition to Hialeah. in the City of Hialeah. County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of saW property under the Certificate Issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd day of July, A.D. 1916. Dated this lSth day of Jonas. A.D. 1946. E. B. LEATIIERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By N. C. STERRETT. D.C. (Circuit Court Seal) 6/21-28 7/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undei signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious mime of VOGUE HANDBAG CO., at Roberts llot.l Bldg., 2S W. Flagler St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 lade '"Unty, Florida. SIDNEY SAKS 6/21-2$ 7/5-12-19 Beautiful Estate. Private or Income. Large, lofty rooms, tile baths, porches, overlooking Bay. Concrete cellar, garage apt. Large corner, 6 lots. See loday. 5991 N. E. 6th Ct. Biscayne at 60th. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in %  a 'inder the fictitious name of THE RAPHAELS, at 146 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSA LEVITAN AMELIA RAPHAEL 6/21-28 7/5-12-19 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or MIAMI CAMERA MART, at *J Washington Ave., Miami Reach. Ha., intend to register said name -with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. __ KAY H. BROWN. JR. AL A. HOLLANDER ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney tor Applicants. 1010 Biscayne Bldg. 7/12-19-26 S/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag e 1" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL BAKING COMPANY (not Inc.). at Miami, Dade County. Florida. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARX FEINBERO Attorney for Applicant RUTH DAVIDSON. Sole Owner. 6/21-28, 7/5-12-19 HljHKi-JIVBN that Eii M J,"', '" en e in i "DaSe EI -IA TRAURIQ L. H";' 1KI:V Q 'VEN that %  FVEXII „'",'"'""> name of %  rest,,, %  '*".' s %  ••"'. MlMl. '"'" Of Dade AL L Ki.T. ix Sols Owner. business under the fictitious naiui FLORIDA TRAVELAVVN, at 6001 w. 7th Ave., Miami, Fia., tntendjii w register said name with the Clerk the Circuit Court of Dad* Conn t>. Kl0 ida HERBERT FUANKLYN ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant, 1010 Biscayne Bldg. 7/ 12-19-S6 8/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thSit the undersigned, desiring to engage n business under the fictitious name ot PATIO GRILLE, at 141J N. E. S no AVe. In the City of Miami. Flori, la. intend to register the said name wi in the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da He K "MAX ROSENTHAL JULIUS KLUGER VOX ZA3IFT, SIMON & KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/12-19-36 8/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha *. i th.undersigned, desiring to engage 1,1 business under the fictitious name o 8UNNY8IDE CLEANERS, at \i S, W. 12th Ave., In the City of Miami HoiIda. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Daile County. Florida. JACK BREESKIN BOB GOCH VON ZAMFT. SIMON .KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/12-19-26 8/2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND F'"R DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 101895. NOTICE TO APPEAR ANN It GOLOB. Plaintiff, vs. I,oi:iS GOLOII. Defendant. TO: LOUIS GOLOB, 1375 Nelson Avenue. Bronx 62. New York: YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an appearance In the above suit for divorce on the 12th day of August. 1910. otherwise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published In The Jewish Floridlan once each week [Or four 14) consecutive weeks. This the 11th day of July. A.D. 1946 E. B. LBATHERMAN. By WM. W. STOCKING, I"t (Circuit Court Seal) ,,„.v-., \RONOVITZ, WEINKI.E A.ARONOVITZ, 748 Beybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida. 7/12-19-26 8/2 ^1-710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMH Lf. JJ4J/_J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" C Of FICiALLY ItraSEHT THE luxunn of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inltxmotion Glodl, Futniihtd on RagMSl SERVING MIAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I.A1BSON LETTER SERVICE, at 714 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MARTIN LA1BSON ESTHER LA1BSON 6/21-28 7/5-12-19 IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage J; bualneaa under the flctftlous name of ACME PAINTERS also known as Acme painting Co ) at 1106 6th Street Miami Beach, Florida, intend t.. register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Coun of Dade County.^ftorlda. HARRY BILVERMAN SIDNEY WEINSTEIN 7/12-19-26 S/2-9 MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building P hone 3 3720 LMER FUNERAL CHAPEL "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" m E.E. CARTER. Fun** Director "A rrisssd In H*d" W0I W. FLAOLER 1236 ^rWiinflton Ave. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director BE EISENBERO, Trorr In w York: ;6|h St. and Amsterdam Ave. MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami's Oldest and Largest" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wait 6 to 10 months for your monuments. We carry a large selection for immediate delivery. All Styles oi Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Opposite Woodlawn Cemetery 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 AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes Foe Further Inionnation Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 I 1 .?:' i %  i 1" %  1 i %  %  j! i i X WW^X^



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T. : -.-*." rt C.-.W•y? r .Xg y' *^ J Hf y Hgls* %  '"fTnf*s FRIDAY, nn, Y I Rabbi Meschcloff To Address Youth On Democracy At Home The second program in the "Voice of Youth" forum, sponsored by Jewish youth organizations of Greater Miami, win oe held in the open this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Beacn Y when the theme, "Democracy Begins On Our Street, win oe discussed. Highlight of the program will be a panel d scussi n of the subject by members of youth organizations with Rabbi u Mescheloff as moderator in place of Miss Malvina Weiss, wno was called out of town suddenly. Rabbi Mescheloff has been leading the congregation ot Bern Jacob synagogue for the past ten yea rs He, is honor ary president of the Mizrachi and Daugh. ters of Israel and vice president j ew ish Theological Seminary, of the Florida State Rabbinical j w hei V he plans to take his rabbiassociation. He is a graduate of n j ca ] degrei He was affi the Yeshiva college. The four participants in the discussion are Toby Cooper. David Jacobs, Sara Rose Schwartz and Milton Zeldis. Miss Cooper is a graduate of the Miami Beach High school and attended New York university in 1941-42. Following this, she did personnel work with the Civil Service administration from 1943 to 1946. She is now studying ut the University of Miami. Active in Junior Hadassah, she has been ell (ted vice president tor the coming year. She is a Young Judea group leader and a member of the Zionist Youth commission. Mr. Jacobs is 19 years old, %  • gradu;,to of th> Miami High school. He attended the University of Florida where he made Phi Eta Sigma, freshm;m honorary fraternity. Hiis now L, student ;.t New York university and the Seminary College of Jewish Studies which is connected with the with Sigma Rho of AZA aim was Aleph Kohen Godol of the Florida n gion and the 5th district. For four years he was junior rabbi .it Beth David. Tins sunv e ia counsellor .it the Minimi Y home camp. M • Schwartz is i\ gri luate of Miami Senior High sch "'1. Sheis ;it present a student at Duke university, which she has attended f' r the past t" yei She plans t> n..iv. in political science. She was former president of the BZB, a chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls, and has been president of district No. 5 for two years. She is also president of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at the univ( rsity and affiliated with the Hillel foundation there. Mr. Zeldis. the youngest of the group, age 15. is a student at Miami High school. He is a member oi Habonim, labor Zionist group, and on the staff of thf school paper, His interests are writing, dramatics, music and Palestine, where he hopes to go some day. Pn ceding the discussion, two films, "Americans All" and "The World We Want to Live In." will wn. The first describes imous Springfield plan for combatting religious and racial prejudici and shows how an unintelligent attitude towards Negroes, .lews and foreign groups helps to build unreasoning hatrids—dangerous to the ideals for which the U. S. has traditionally Stood. The second also deals wit:: efforts to combat religious prejuXUGUST BROS Ito .** Is the BEST' 0 Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Lit* Int. Co. S07 Bltcayne Blr.g. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 I WANT MY MILK 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. Flarler St.. Miami And Be Sure If %  FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" MUk "Milk Product." 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*"" : i"rrry '.v'z"^7z^z i} --tWa"* w | W B r%  Vy C • ^"'>." *f=*y! v 5.T ? %  -' • PAGE TWO 9&ul*tut££y parting, i • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein, 735 14th pi. Miami Beach, left this week for a combined business and pleasure trip to Chicago and California. While in San Francisco, they will attend the Shriner's national convention ... Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer returned recently from a trip to Havana, after which Mr. Wertheimer flew to New York and other Eastern points on business Mrs. Jack Burris is now vacationing in Vermont. Mr. Burris will join her there early in August ... Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and family are vacationing in Norfolk, Va. and in New York. They are visiting Mrs. Silver's parents ... Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Saphin of Miami Beach are in Atlanta, Ga., on a combined business and pleasure trio Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bulbin have moved into their new home at 515 S. W. 22nd rd. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte and son Stuart, 435 S. W. 31st rd., will return to Miami tomorrow after vacationing in New York and vicinity Mrs. Sam Silver and Dennis are vacationing at the Country Club estate in Hendersonville, N. C They will be away the remainder of the summer Second honeymooning ait Dr. and Mrs. Sidney G. Casell of Coral Gables, who are motoring this week to the West Coast. California-bound, they plan to stop in New Orleans MISS ANKER TELLS ENGAGEMENT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Melniker 1560 Lenox ave., announce the .„„nt of their daughter, Miss Estelle Anker, to Abraham Ki rman, of New York and Hartford, Conn. No definite date has set leu the wedding. Miss Anker was graduated from Miami Beach High school and attended the University of Miami. She is a member of the Rose chapter, B'nai B'rith Young WomenMr. Korman was educated in New York and served five and a half years in the Army air forces. Sherwin Williams' famous 6% DDT Pestroy ... highly effective liguid coating for home use. Brush on interior and exterior household surfaces ... screens, garbage cans, sills, mouldings. MIAMI STORE, HOUSEWARES, IVKTH FIX)OR and in several cities in Texas On their return, they will stop n Chicago, Cleveland and New York • John Temple is away on a five-week business and pleasure trip Mr. and Mrs. George Chertkof left Friday for Hendersonville, N. C, to join their children, Mrs. Chertkof s mother, and sister at Oceo a Lake inn. Mr. Chertkof will fly back after a brief vacation, leaving the rest of the family there until September Miss Natalie Weinstein left for Old Orchard Beach, MeMiss Frances Selig, 1445 Permj sylvania ave., left Monday for : Philadelphia, Pa. She will go on to Camp Tamiment in Tamiment. Pa M r. and Mrs. Milton D. Dreyfus, 3415 Sheridan ave.. have returned to Miami after a three month vacation in New York. Their son, Henry I. Dreyfus, was recently discharged from the Navy Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Vogel, 2498 S. W. 15th St., and Morton Vogel, 1378 S. W. 22nd st., left this week for New York to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Seligman; and family • Miss Dorothy Goldstein is leaving for a six week vacation in New York Mr. and Mrs. Herman Binder are now vacationing in California Mrs. George Greenfield and children, Roberta and Gerald, are in Long Island, N. Y., on an extended vacation • WAC Lt. Jeanette B. Rabinowitz, 730 Pennsylvania ave., has been discharged at Ft. Leavenworth separation center, Kansas, after 40 months of duty with Army air and service force stations in the U. S. Miss Joyce Pearlman, 487 N. E. 29th ter.. made an A average at the University of Michigan for the spring term of 1946, according to an announcement made by the college • Mrs. Sadie Rhein and son, Allan, and Mrs. Rose Leff and daughter, Lila, all of Passaic, N. J., are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Siegendorf. They are stopping at the Betsy Ross hotel Irwin I. Schwartz, signalman 3-c, 4580 Post ave., was among the 117 Florida men released from the Navy last week in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Sootin are motoring to New York with their son, Harvey, to visit their daughter, Adele, and friends and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ginsburg, former DeALEX COHEN Representing SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 218 Shoreland Bldg. ADVISES PARENTS WITH CHILDREN 1 MONTH TO 15 YEARS OLD If YOU will think a few minutes about how YOU would have liked to have had a fully participating ENDOWMENT INSURANCE policy at less than S15.00 per SI,000 when YOU were age 21, you will realize how YOUR child will feel il YOU make this plan available to HIM or HER. Only YOU can do it. And you can do it ONLY with the Sun Life. Their Junior Adjustable Policy—developed on an entirely new principle and introduced this yearmakes it possible. To find out exactly how it would work in your case involves no obligation: JUST PHONE 3-8797 or 4-0011 ASK FOR ALEX COHEN SOKELS GO TO N. Y. AFTER JUNE WEDDING Honeymooning in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sokel, who were married June 7 at the South Seas hotel with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mrs. Sokel is the former Lenore Harriet Barr of Bessemer, Ala., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Barr. Mr. Sokel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sokel of Miami Beach. Miss Rita Myra Barr, the bride's sister, was the maid of honor, and the Misses Merle Cotton and Ruth Singer were bridesmaids. Saul Cypress, uncle of the bridegroom, came from Jasper, Ala., to serve as best man. Ushers were Charles Sokel and Munroe Gillet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Sokel attended schools in Alabama. Mr. Sokel served three years in the Army. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. C. W. Miller, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., aunt of the bride; Mrs. I. Sokel, Mrs. Rose Laufman, Mrs. Harry Witinstein, Mrs. Anna Fierman, Mrs. Roland Seal, Mrs. Miller Kirk, all of Bessemer. Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman, Tuscaloosa. Ala.; Mrs. Ross Kilgore, Parrish, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Levin, Joe Wientrobe, Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. I. Newmark and daughter, Pauline, of Jasper. .22i!i Y i' fcSSM Announcement is m approaching We diJ*l Rose Kasanof by he and Mrs. H Parent] ana Mrs. Harry Dubl fc ^ Second st„ to Frank T,Z* rank Tobad of Mrs. Anna T^ 1 ** yn. N. Y. A f„ r c lh ; the couple will reside 7 Douglas rd., Coral Gable, Mrs. Kasanol from Miami Senior H! and has been active m" mty organizations tat years. She wa8 a Junior Hadassah, is "* visor to th. i'BC chapter of B'rith Giris. and is a the board of the B'nai ffl -. mat! Women of Sholem lodge The bridegroom-elect MJ uated from Long Island ityandha inpha Mr. and Mrs. I. R 0 se D are spending the su B| months at the New Yorkeii on Miami Beach 1 Feinberg will leave toi to join his family in| Carolina troiters, are in their new home at 6341 Allison Island, Miami Beach. With them are their sons, Daniel and Burton Robert L. Glasser, son of Mrand Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, 1045 Pennsylvania ave., has recently been discharged from the Navy. He plans to enter the University of Florida in the fall. Mr. Glasser and his sons, Robert and Leonard, are all members of the American Leg'ion post of Miami Beach j Harry Markowitz. 801 N. E. 74th |st., returned recently from a trip to New York. Mrs Markowitz is still there and will return later in the summer Herbert Scher returned this week from vacationing in New York, Washington and Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Scher, Stanley, and Fred are in Louisville and will return shortly Miss Vera Snyder returned from a six weeks' vacation in New York ... 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PAGE SIX + le*lslinor*09fi FRIDAY, 1UIY1 Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue P. O. Box 2973 1 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1980. at ^"P/ of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, I. if^cj 4 ami Fla. •H ie 2-1141 5*7" Office Published Evsry Friday Since Ml Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. *Z.W. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor^ VOLUME 19 NUMBER 29 Miami 18, Florida. Friday, July 19. 1946 TAMMUZ 20. 5706 SIDNEY HILLMAN • During recent years there have been many Jewish immigrants to this country who acquired power and fame through the acquisition of wealth. Sidney Hillman. the Jewish immigrant from Lithuania who perhaps exerted more influence upon recent American life than any other Jew, immigrant Or nativeborn, that one can think of, was not one o! them. Hillman dedicated his life not K> the amassing of money but to the amelioration of the lot of the working people, the common men, in the United States. His life waa n magnificent example of the social idealism of the East-EurQpean Jew and a magnificent refutation of the charge of anti-Semite* that Jewish genius can express itself only in he selfish pursuit of money. As a leader among the liberal and progressive forces Of this country, Hillman was a convenient target for the malicious arrows of reactionary forces who could point to his foreign birth as proof that what he stood for and what he fought for v/as not in harmony with the traditions of American democracy. YeL defying them all, Hillman did not abandon his life's mission in order to escape the attacks against him as the Lithuanianborn son of a rabbi, but bravely and quietly went on with his efforts to make America a better place to live in for the underprivileged masses. As president of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers union, as head of the CIO Political Action committee, as a leader in the war effort under President Franklin D. Rooae* velt, Hillman gave of his utmost to the cause of true democracy among men, whether in industrial or in political relations, unmindful of the effect such devotion might have upon his personal popularity in certain circles, or even upOn his health. His death at the untimely age of 59 robs America and Jewry of a great humanitarian and an outstanding statesman in the field of labor-management relations, as President Truman has called him. He will be hard to replace. But as we mourn his passing, let us at least be grateful that such a noble leader had lived and managed to accomplish the many fine things behalf of his fellow-men which he did accomplish. TOM r BOWLERS Second half Of the currenl tournament being conducted by thP Miami Y bowling league will be Opened Monday night at the Recreation Bowling alleys, according to Al Reisman. Trophies, awarded at the league's supper and dance Sunday evening went to the high scoring teams. The high point team was captained by B. Yaphe. Members of the team are S. Weinkle. S. Karns. 3. wVinstock and N. BkimlJerg, Second place awards were made to Abe Berkowitz, captain, and his teaitii t. Bi-Hinsoti. A: M. Wise, M. Uouiton, H. Moss and S. LeViH, In third place was G. Rachlin's team consisting of J. Levine. B. Minor, M. Atkins, H. Kay and Al Wise. Hi-game award went to L. Grossberg. Tied for hi-set were M. Miles and J. Leblang. Captains of the new league are M. Miles., J. I.r-blnns, Ahe Berko,wlt, 8. Seillin, Al Berkbwiti, #. Levine, H. Kay, H. Schwartz, S. Weinkle. B. Yaphe, G. Rachlin, Al Werner. H. Oren, Al Reisman, M. Streit and A. Coulton. MISS POTICHA WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lefkowitz. who were married in the Crystal room of the Poinclana hotel on June 30. are making their home n Miami. Mrs. Lofkowltz Is the former Miss Lorraine Poticha, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Abraham Poticha, 1022 Euclid ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Abraham LefkowitZ ( 1228 Pennsylvania avt. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff officiated. Miss Anna Poticha was the' maid of honor and Henry Lefkdwitz, of Scranton, Pa., served ds best man. Bridesmaids were the Misses Helene Schulman, Rose Wolf and Sylvia Lefkowitz. Fredrick Snyder, Martin Grund and Solomon Weinberg were ushers. on 3.500 VOICE PROTEST AGAINST BRITISH (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) ewing America's official to thi Jewish peobehalf of Palestine during tlir l.„t 30 years. Smathl : expressi i the view that "the Amerian government should exercise trength to immediately iblish a J' wish homeland in Pair.-tine." The Jews of Europe are dying on a "cross of British stubborness and ignorance," he exclaimed, pointing out the "moral right" of European Jews lo go to Palestine to escape the bigotry and prejudice which still exisj in Europe. RESOLUTION PASSED A resolution branding Britain's d< lay in granting admission of Jews to Palestine as "reprehensible and intolerable" was unanimously passed and copies were sent to the President and Senator Popper. The "arranged escape" of the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem and the arrest by Great Britain of over 2,000 Jewish leaders in Palestine were described as "obviously interlinked" and England was accused of promoting an Arab uprising and massacre of the Jews of Palestine. The resolution was introduced by George Bcrtman, Miami Beach B'nai B'rith president. Dean LeSourd brought a message from Senator Pepper who expressed his support for the opening of Palestine which, he said, "is a part of the struggle for democracy that is going on both her* and abroad." The meeting was conducted by Harry Simonhoff, chairman of the local Zionist Emergency council. Jack D. Burris, acting president of the Miami Beach Zionist district, introduced Dr. LeSourd and declared that the "whole country is aroused by the perfidy, ruthlessness and lust of England." Britain's "international doublecrossing" was criticized by Doris Albin. vice president of Junior Hadassah. Other speakers Were Harold Shapiro, Masada president, and Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Firik. representing local women's Zionist organizations. Search in Colonies Ends EPPERSON TO SPEAK Clyde Epperson, chairman of the Dade county Cleanup council will describe the council's program at the luncheon meeting of the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at 12:15 p.m. today in the Downtown club restaurant, Seybold building. LODGE ENROLLS 95 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) whirl, he reviewed the work of Bn.nB nth for the past 103 years Brief speeches were also made by Z.nr. and George Bertman. president of the lodge. nSST tiiptains ^Pointed were Harold Z,nn. Walter C. Kovner George J. Talianoff. Dr. Alex Libow Siegfried Geismar. Ar £ Sr n M Harry BEJ*. Max Singer, Montague Rosen berg Irving Firtel, J. Harry Day Arthur L. Perper and jnjj The weekly Beach B'nai B'rith luncheon will be devoted to the membership drive and reports of ^ReTeZJ"^ B at Two other major events (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 1) the Fishman case became a "cause celebre" in Palestine as he went on a four-day hunger strike protesting his arTPsL An official announcement this week said that 645 of the nearly" 3,000 pei sons ari-ested since June 29 have been released, ieaving well over 2,000 still in custody. For the first time since June 29, when the building was occupied by British troops, the unarrested members of the Jewish Agency executive met this week in their headquarters here. The Palestine Arab Higher committee has handed High Commissioner Sir Alan G. Cunningham a note demanding the immediate dissolution of the Jewish Agency. He Arabs made their request on the basis of alleged "incriminating evidence available of the Jew's! Agency's dirvct relations with Jewish terrorists and its activities in arms smuggling and illegal immigration. Deny Agency Controls Resistance Movement The Haganah's secret radio. Voice of Israel." denied that the resistance movement was con"'"<•f opposition,! proceeded to embody in a gaining powerflfl allits, pamphlet entitled, "the Jewish llec j : it him. Tin L State." published in 1895. Which nd distinguished was) ushered in the dawn of political f au who had attain Zionism. "S* tamt as a philo Herzl's "Jewish State" occupies crilK a place among the classical utteri Herzl nol* addresssed I ances of Zionism and became a to the .'lerculesh task blueprint for the modern Jewish ing hi leas. He CM settlement of Palestine. The w r ith leading Jews fa freshness of its approach and the the wi Id establish boldness of its conception gave it weekly, Die Welt, (or I the carrying power of a projecpogation of his views, i tile. The book may be paraphrasa call for the first Jew cd and summarized as follows: Congre.in history., Judaism Is more than a creed, grass, v ich met in the Jews more than a religious gust, 1397, the foundafi denomination. "Ye tre a people—]laid for a world Zioi one people" United In dispersion ization and most of i by a fomrrioh heritage and comments of the Zionist mon destiny. The Jews constltutj As head of the Zionis ed iff each countf> a national or ', ment, Herzl directed ethnic minority, distinY* and dis-,work on propaganda and J tinguishable from the sUrrdUnding ization. presided at all cos] majority. Hence the abnormality and conducted negotiate and tragedy of their position. .Turkish ar.d other govd The nations harboring such an > i 898 r, .egan a series o ethnic minority feel the presence ma J tlc >nt.Tvieu-s with | of a foreign body embedded, as; !" 1 government t it were, in its organism and re, h c, P h • %  "Us !" 0 act to the irritation by spasmodic ; Zionist cause. MJ attempts to suppress or expell it.!several t This is especially the case at Peror. times of national distress, when I At Hl : 0 ^ u I, bitterness and frustration can be Kaiser m lW wmoi venUd upon a defenseless min-| ln Pilh "' r %  '' %  ,nc ority. ed. -I .intry :.-..! I Aids Cabinet Committee Paul L Hanna, professor of history at the University of Florida .soneof t hesevenadv,ser w h 0 Cabine P amed PreSident SSS Cabinet committee on Palestine to London. He served in the same oi the Anglo-American Inauirv S d is the authTS British Pobcy In Palestine." i uj • things' %  and It was ehlldwh and naive to lied "Modem scieM test universal recurrent manifes| ed K by a „ ,., :ne st and hi tatiori bf hostility with moral ser. ran so]w mons. Argurriehts, dialectics were_ nd gjv ., l <1 i e ; tine both futile: rather seek i6 understand wate r and many other the deep seated cause of the dis' s i^ es /' temper and effect a permanent. t-'1902 he WM ii*"| cure—not by palliatives but hy f '•. ; t British roy>i radical and heroic measures. To '". .. %  ..ctimoM'! wait for a moral and social mil!" s *>" lenium was Utopian. A plan to settle the Jewish d ] ss ^ on question permanently is practical | statesnl ','.,', -nd pubbt and realizable through our own i un(]oun t. ,t!v contributed will and effort—a final exodus Hevelopn lit of P r0 from the Diaspora, and an in, jcn m fir j a ] circle gathering of the exiles in a land of their own, through such territorial concentration—the birth of a new freedom, bringing not only deliverance from oppression, security of life and property but also social, intellectual and political freedom, national and personal dignity, and the opportun-1 ity for complete self-expression ment 01 p jjouderrn in the shelter of a Jewish ComPf" ( „ j nrdan Valley "-wealth. If/rJvA? Propose k How was achieved? The arouse the Jewish people consolidate its national will pows jip'zl receive 0 er. The second was to bring the l-~,nt > Jewish question out into the open so that world opinion might recognize it for what it was— not merely an internal Jewish problem but a vital international problem affecting the peace and well-being of European society. Find a territory, preferably Palestine, capable of absorbing milas a Clmk exposiM Zionist affode. The manifold geautf father of modem a*gl denced by the rerna*'* of Herzl's interest 1 discovert,-andwondw. nology. He advanced M Utilizing -a wate I Mediterranean for .jj^ 'plan :< %  '•" .. m v ity (JVAi proposed BJ this plan to be Lan d of i^I e first step was to T^i; ,h is at pr*| ld isenous'iytudied. In liKM no-British government a grant of land m J ( ii hEastAtnca.fo'-;; h! an autonomous Jew rf under the flfigJ Britaul He s xh &* beforethe S lions of Jews. Seek, by open 8 dU, Vt h e heart. W I T political and diplomatic effort, to tlon "' fom plained secure a rnm— IIMI tr. nnlnnijo it. alreaa> 0N r before ine "•" theopP 1 where ^ aroused U. the *& t !3I*L rt.unci.est -'Pf W h.j secure a concession to colonize it undsjr at^ aMttmomous Jewish ad,'I (.cONT'NueP



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wBBm f MWMwr I I PAGE FOUH *Jewlstincrkl**ri J^Y.HJLY B'NAI B'RITH NOTES Miss Blanche Barnett has been awarded a scholarship to the Brandeis Camp institute, Winterdale, Pa., the Greater Miami Zionist Youth council announced this week. This brings to five the number of local young men and women who will attend the Zionist leadership institute from the area on scholarship. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barnett. 3457 Sheridan ave., Miss Barnett received the scholarship for her essay on "What is the Responsibility of American Jewish Youth to Palestine?" in the contest recently conducted by the commission. Miss Barnett, who will attend the September session at the camp, has served as secretary to Dr. A. W. Gottschall, executive director of the Miami Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jewish during the past year. HEBREW CLASS OPEN By CHAHLES R. JACOBSON Sholem lodges meeting, ontojU*jessed %  >*£ Beruin Jock Abbot, and that whiz-bang puWicity guy Ray Redman! Among several highlights was Marx tabM JekyU and Hyde shift from "Esqmr^u^n^is^^s^r_d^bater and parliamentarian. We di n I Youths desiring to continue their Hebrew studies during the summer have been invited by the Bureau of Jewish Education to attend the class held 7 p.m. every Wednesday, by J. Stadlin, at his home, 1622 Michigan ave.. apart%  two. The class is open to young men and women over the age of 15 %  :: avi a reading knowledge Hi bi ew. £SCAP Ht ATI know what Sholem lodge would do without colorful Marx to spark the proceedings. This item is entitled "For Men Only." Sholem lodge's StagSmoker, to be held Sunday, July 28 at 8:30 p.m. at Temple Israel. will feature professional entertainment, free eats, cool drinks and plenty of laughs. A marriage ceremony will highlight the evening. The Smi k< i commute* is headed by dapper Fred Shochet, ruddy Sam B. Miller, dynamic Alex Cohen and sharp Max Silver. What a team! Top social event of the year I Executive and budget commitshould be Sholem lodge's August U LS were scheduled to be ap13 Dance-Frolic, to hear David d nj ht at „ specia Lemelman. Davi Catsman and Lou Heiman's army of "1,000And-A-Home" membership teams are wilting, but willing, as they go into the final two weeks of the July membership drive. To date Al Ballot, Nathan Adelnian, Sam B. Milh r and General Lou lead the field. 'See Sholem lodge bulletin for percentage standings' Committee Appointments On Meeting Agenda Jerome Weinkle in then committee huddles. Folks who enjoy smooth music, enchanting gardens and pleasant companionship, don't miss this one! Congratulations to ardent worker Sam B. Miller who was recently appointed trustee in Sholem lodge. mei ting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation board of di:,, tors at the Raleigh hotel. Al.-o on the agenda was consideration of applications by the Mt Sinai h' spital and the Jewish Peoples Fraternal order, lodge 192, foi membership in Federation. TLLami for REST CONVAUSCEWO .-JCHBOWCCASO JSun-RayPark ealthlftsort Air Line Tickets! Phone 9-2706 We Make Your Reservations—| I t .' fc — MIAMI' W riAGLtS at lO'-COUST-FLORIDA Secure the TicketsDeliver Them to You! j NO ADDITIONAL COST Also RAIL BUS Tickets HAVANA TOURS • Apgar Travel Agency • 225 SEYBOLD BLDG. When the J[ thermometer goes^up — up — up and ,, your energy goes down —downdown, it's time for &^ a quick-to-fix, delightfulto-eat course like Heinz Kosher Beans. They're oven-baked Vr through and through t o a mealy tenderness, iiffSSthen steeped ina ruddy sauce of Heinz "Aristocrat" tomatoes and tempting seasoning. Prepared in one-two-three fry time — Heat 'eml Eat 'eml Enjoy 'em. 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Zwltman orririatlnic. Mr Gardner, who realded al I3S5 Pennsylvania ave., <1 t.-a early Honda) morning In :> local hospital. Pallbearers were Bd Rayles, l'hli Homer, PYed K. Bhoqhet, Rudolph Bcher, Benjamin Paglln, J. Oilman %  t >. i Milton Barter, An accountant, i. aardrarT*Miami Beach; two sons. I>I \i v n Frederic Gardner, Ranaaa City. MO mill Lloyd, Mintui Beach; and ,'„,,.' daughter, Mra. Edith Tendrlch, Miami. Mr Gardner ;is a member ,.f a synagogue in Chicago ami was ,n Elk and a Maaon. Burial "as in MI Nebo cemetery Mr, Gardner came ,, Miami from Chicago n years ago. (,, is survived t>> iiis wife, Mrs. Bally HESS tfrt Helen Hess, 18, of s "'"> Alton ,,i Miami Beach, died Monday. She iiiiinhere from Birmingham, Ala., three years ago Bhe leaves her husI,,ml. have; her parenta, Mr and Mri |>ave Snetman; two slatera, Miss MaxiniBnetman and Mrs Ben Warner, :ill .,f Miami I'.iaill. ami tWO brothers. She was a member of the B'nal B'rlth auxlllar) Services were held Wednesday In the Gordon chapel. ZW 'CKE R .Maw,,,,;-.^ New IToi-l, ,ij' ho i-' : V, h H urvlvl.2?l_ >dlni Sldn7yi? d S v ttaa v fork I,, „M5I home. 1 Ooi^l %  0.^& PAUL Ellis Paul, B9, retired clothing contrai-tor, died Saturday in his home al -in Flamingo pi., Miami Beach. Moving here three years ago from Baltimore, he formerly owsed an apartment house on Meridian ave., Miami Beach, Surviving are his wife, Mrs Ida Paul: three sons, Albert, Howard and Frank Paul, all of Baltimore: three daughters, Mra. Cecelia Beltler, MtEthel Lewis and Mrs Hilda Bpector, all of Baltimore, and five sisters. Riverside chapel arranged f"i i-vices and burial In Baltimore. "'' '" ui vlved i,v ki arid a 'jftftj % %  "•" %  • d % %  •'"'to Miami h so POLIOCASETC, cases have been £" ft" %  '••; k ^'eordaii diviaon ,, f the N a ,i 0 ^f tion for Infantile Paral ','', %  ><>" T. 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Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. Long term monthly] merits auloma ofi Mortgages wiffl financing and tt Btrain on income. # Prompt Ser Immediate attention! to all customeis. %  Miami institution.J| lems can be, 501 *" by Dade Federa^ Committee. • A Home Institution Personalized handling of TOB IMBJIJ local people interested in tog&V and familial with local condition*. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Upton, Present