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The Jewish Floridian ( July 26, 1946 )

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te^&fcBoididliigun 7>^£W^THE JEWISH UNITY o !" & THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^EJ^^^^IDAY^utYirig^ PRICE: TEN CENTS Kno wn Dead in Jerusalem Hotel Blast Ihite Paper Blames fish Defense Units July 24-T lintLent issued today a Ldisclosing %  I rmaLed from intercepted Iwhichlcd to the recent (more than 2,51 I Jews tte papci sai! the in|led to thesi conclujHagana the iltryorganizati ;. known £h "carefully planned idsabotagi violf the guise of I e Jewice movement." f, organizations worked political control of m the J> i % % %  ency; 1 illegal Irgun Zvai Lckked since last autumn %  tion with high pftheHagan..:. on ceri operations; [ nok) station Kol Isdaiu to be "the p i.mce Heads y Drive movement," has been working j under the direction of the Jewish I Agency and has b( en supportj ing these organizations. In Jerusalem, it was reported I that Britain may impose collec' tive fines and economic sanctions i on the Jewish community unless j it cooperates in rounding up the perpetrators of the King David hotel bombing. The sources said British might also make extensive arrests among the Jewish community unless assistance is forthcoming in rounding up members of the Irpun Zvai Leumi and stern underground groups which plastered the city with posters saying "We Did It." The JeVish quarter displayed great uneasiness as British troops, : heavily armed, patrolcd the sector. The British cruiser Liverpool dropped anchor opposite the port of Jaffa. mighUn PaSne onMnnT res i s, 1 ance „ fo ^^ penetrated into the citadel of British military ho?el here Sna a tt ^""l J 0 pait ^^ headquarters in the King David 72 S^Jffij as of Wedne P s e dT y nS ^^ +*** icers and ending I, with ssStSS* TPW 13 psrms:. WSPS: ^ ,low i n gJ he blast which occurred around noon, a rigid curfew was clamped down on =>the Truman Order Hits Refugees BERLIN (JTA)—A recent pre idential directive ordering U. S. immigration quotas spread among refugees in all countries instead of only in the American zone of Germany as originally directed by President Truman last D, cembi-r, has slashed immigration from Germany to the United States by two-thirds during the month of July, it was learned here. Home Receives New Lot, Funds Rivkin I \ named h Y's I building fun,! drive l c : Weinkle, preside primel lasl t to : thi Bmittee. Tl drive % *sometim< is fall f^' 1,000 local j, .. war [Mies, Rivk n ; was Ndc-rs,.;tion Were c n Mi. |r? A and | t n t I larc b "'" d naaimande! the %  fans, Upset Expected On Immigration JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Brit] ish government, prior to the bombing of the Kins David hotel this week, was expected to announce that it will agree to admit 100,000 displaced Jews into Palestine, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned from highly placed sonic, B. If at the time of the announcement, the Anglo-American experts who are now conferring have not completed their deliberations, as seems likely, the British will immediately make available 20,000 immigration certificates, to | be used in the period before the London talks are concluded. High Commissioner Sir Alan Cunningham's trip to London is believed to be connected with the imminent British announcement. While in London he may partici(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Heretofore the German quota, for example, was filled entirely by German refugees residing in the American zone who could meet all other requirements. I Under the new order, however, the total German quota is distributed among all countries so that German refugees now residing in England or other countries can also emigrate to the United States. municipal ana. Tw,, men and one woman are reported to have been arrested while fleeing the scene of the explosion. The attack, which apparently was carefully planned, went off with clock-work precision. Ten minutes before the hotel expli sion, a speeding car threw a grenade into the office of a taxicab company adjoining the hotel. When the soldiers guarding military headquarters rushed to the scene, five armed men invaded the basement of the hotel and placed explosives and detonators. I/MT, w th Kitchen personnel were warned s I to leave the building. According to first reports, a bomb was exploded outside the military headquarters a few minutes before the main blast in an attempt to draw persons from the building, in order to reduce the number of casualties, but the warning was either unnoticed or disregarded. Hundreds of troops are at work in the dehcis, attempting to ine persons still trapped in the ruins and uncover the bodies of those killed by the explosion. The In Berlin, the old quota system provided for the emigration of 300 Germans, but in July this figure was cut to 100. The Polish allotment, formerly 25, is now eight, while the Baltic, Rumanian and Hungarian quotas have either been wiped out completely or set at one person per month. The present backlog on the Polish quota has reached such proportions that Polish nationals applying for immigration to the United States must wait at least two years and possibly more, since many are applying each day at the same time that the visa allotments are decreasing. Purchase of a n""" ""'" 7— "" as uiasieu into iragl 1 committee, which is meeting ,, iCONTINUED ON PAGE 6) (CONTINUED ON PAGE I *mn Okays Drive for $675,000 Silver hWd Y Vice President shin Jin '.mon/ii' Anne ix WAAAIIM 4V\n *vaf*ittliro pnmm illi*c witn till' fe ,unds dl '•' t;. 5 'ved tl M wish T: : %  I the u* t,hes ani( time • and Bar*, : -"l.'e K&W.0O0, the r>oo. and Cf lts drive last El '>P< of ship an agency does not receive funds from Federation. A suggestion that Federation make a survey of the local Jewish population in 1947 and 1950 was offered by Morris Klass, executive director, in his report to the board. The agency made its first population study in 1944. Klass believes that a similar survey in 1950 will be invaluable for comparison to national census figures in that year. "If we have three local surveys by 1950, they will give us a sound basis on which to plan for the community's future," he said. Standing committee chairmen named for 1946-47 by President Max Orovitz are Chas. Cohen and Sam Lachman, collections; Harry Boyell, publicity; Benjamin Meyers, general fund raising; Maurice Furman, rating; Rabbi Max Shapiro, nominations. These chairmen will serve on the executive committee with the officers: Orovitz, Abe Goodman, Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Myers, Herbert Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, William D. Singer and Carl W. inkle. Elected from the board at large to serve on the executive committee were Sam Blank, Harry Cornblum, Irving Fiankel, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Elry Stone. Alex Van Straaten, M. J. Kopelowitz, E Phillips, J. Gerald Lewis, Milton Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein, Leon Kaplan. Isaac Levin Harold Turk. Named to the budget comm ttee rare Mrs. Sol Leslie, Sidney Lefcourt, Leon Kaplan, Abe man, Herbert Scher. Max Meisel, George Wolpert. Rabbi Leon Kronish, David Brown, Charles Cohen, Ned Sail and Maurice Cromer, This committee will seI, ct its own chairman Max R. Silver became vice lent of the Miami Y and chairman of its hoard of directors in an election held Wednesday evening to fill a vacancy create by tl resignation of George Chertkof, president. Leon Kaplan, who had been s, rving in the offices Silver now has, was tipped to president. At the meeting, Sam Seitlin was elected to the board of diMrs. I rectors. Leo Ackerman, chairman of the campaign committee, reported on the forthcoming drive. Negotiations for purchase, oi additional property are now being madeby the Y. The new vice president has been a number of the Y board for a numbei ol years and was formerly a vice president of the ,1, wish Social Service bureau. He is legal aid attorney for the Dade County Bar associa tion. :ind Ge>oduh Floridian Makes Hospital Survey See Page 3 % 



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.i-;.i.5x>^^B(^ai*^^^^ i josia PAGE TWO • t I f • GrossMr. and Mrs. David Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry 1786 S. W. 10th St., flew back berg and Sidney left Weanesto Miami recently after a four I day morning for Mississippi week vacation. Their first stop and North Carolina They will was in Cleveland, Ohio, where be away three weeks Mrthey attended the wedding of and Mrs. Dave Blank, 4307 N. Mr. and Mrs. Edward GoldAlton rd.. are leaving today for berg. From there they prea five week stay m New York ceeded IO Columbus to attend Mrs. Tillie Rosen.hal, 717 the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson ave., and sons. HobSam Lubin. Mrs. Lubin is the ert and Jeffery. are vacationing former Doris Stone. Chicago, in Akron, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio, Albany, N., vVith wives and children vaY, and New York city were 'cationing, Miami has an abundother points on their trip • ance of "grass bachelors" in Dr. and Mrs Benjamin Landau town Among them are Joseph will motor to Chicago on Aug. Lipton, Leonard Abess, Mitchell 1 to visit with their son-in-law Wolfson, George Talianoff, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Friedman, Martin Donin. Kenneth Ut*, and Chicago Harry Weitzman, Jack Burris, friends. Arnold Leffer and Arthur FrishMr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher man Miamians at Duncragand Lloyd and hwin, 1618 West gan inn in Hendersonville are ave., are vacationing in New Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzm York, New Hampshire, and in and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. MorCanada. They will be away ris Friedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred a month In New York are Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. C M. Peretzman, Hirsch, Mr and Mrs. I. L. Reis926 15th St., who will be joined man and Patsy, Mrs. Charles by their sen, Bill, at the end of Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Max Samthe month. Now stationed in uels and Mr. Ben Kudevitz Virginia, Bill expects his disThe wi]d west ^ calling the charge from the Navy after two Harold A. Kopplins. 23 N. HiThe Peretzbiscus dr., who will leave tomorrow for a six weeks' vacaGABLES GROUP PLANS PUBLIC MEETING A meeting to which the public Is invited will be held by the Coral Cables Jewish Center group Sunday evening, Aug. 4, .it the Hillel House, according to Sam Silver, president. Mrs I. M. Weinstein will reView either "The Secret War Against the Soviet Union" or "The Great Conspiracy" by Sayi rs and Kahn. SETS WEDDING DATE Mi. and Mrs. Charles Schecter, 1320 Drexel ave.. announce the ement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Jack Manhoff. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Manhoff. Ocean Drive hotel. The wedding has been set for Aug. 25 in Miami. Miss Schecter was graduated from Miami Senior High school. A native of Philadelphia. Mr. U si rved with the Army for five years. service, mans' daughter, Katherine, will fly north in August to vacation ion m Las Vegas, Nevada. with her family Mr. and Mrs. Max They will fly via Chicago to Mintzer visit friends there Mrs and family are vacationing in Randolph Shevach returned the Carolinas ... Mr. and Mrs from Manhassett, N. Y., after Sam Sussman are now spenda three week visit there. She ing their vacation in the north took her son, Allen Brooks, to Marx Feinberg has joined Brant Lake camp Mrs. Lou his wife and their children, Zissen and daughter, Barbara, Gerclyn and Jan, in Hendersonrecently returned to Miami ville. The family will return after vacationing in Ohio. Mr. in about three weeks Mrs. Zissen is on a trip to Ohio and Jack Hirsch will leave for New New York on business. He York Wednesday to join her will return shortly son • • i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolotin Mr. and Mrs. S A. Goodman and children, Susan and Lynn, are in Saratoga. N. Y., and are are visiting here from Rockville expected back the early part Center, N. Y. Mrs. Bolotin is of August Joe Resnickoff the sister of Mrs. Nathan T. will return to New York this Dubler, who is now in New week end after spending a York. She joined her daughter, week with his brother-in-law Leila, there and is visiting her and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H parents, the Abram KaneshefSiegel Mrs Ruth Bender skys. Mr. and Mrs. Kaneshefand daughter, Maxine, left for sky will make their home in St. Louis to visit relatives. They Micmi this winter Mrs. will be away about three Dubler and Mrs Sam Badanes gave a shower for Mrs. Rose weeks ... Goldbergs Reside Here Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg. who wiie married several weeks ago in Colombus, Ohio, are making tli' ii' home here at 1754 S.W. 15 st. Mrs. Goldberg is the former Miss Pearl Graver, daughter of Mrs. Sadie Graver of Lorraine, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. David Singer of Miami attended the wedding. Mr. Goldberg is the %  r of Mis. William D. Singer. % urdines SIMPLON AUTO SEAT COVERS Coupe Sedan or Coach $1195 $1995 Heavy quality canvas and leatherette seat covers, easily installed, will not peel or crack. They'll fit your car perfectly just mention the model and make when ordering. Attractive shades of blue or maroon. .MIAMI STORE, DRAPERIES, FIFTH FI/HUt Kasanof, bride-elect of Frank Toback, July 17, at the home of Mrs. Morris Marks. A sterling silver candlebra and tray set were presented to her. Miss Toby Shiekman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Shiekman, is vacationing. Following her graduation from Miami Beach High school in February, she plans to enter Rollins college. Emanuel Gordon is now at home, 721 N. W. First St., from Jackson Memorial hospital Morris Klass left yesterday to be with his wife and children for three weeks in the Carolinas. They will spend some time in Blowing Rock Nat Hankoff, president of the Miami Beach Hotel Owners association, left Wednesday with his wife for a vacation which will take them to Gray's inn, Jackson, N. H. n l. Q£^ JgGUST BROS R*£ Complete Export Sen/ice Export Licenses. Declaration!, In* surance, Commercial and Consular, invoices. Etc. • Shipments Forwarded To Any Destination Phone 2-0133 ROUND G. THOMPSON Export Purchasing and Forwarding Agency 625 S. Miami Ave.. Miami 36 BOOKS for Everyo ne A Miss Freedman Engaged The engagement of Miss Jacqueline Lois Freedman to Ensign Ralph J. Evans is announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess H. Freedman, 258 N. W. 39th st. After the wedding, which will be an event of the early winter, the couple will reside in Miami where Ensign Evans will attend the University of Miami. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Evans, Norwood, Ohio, has been in the Navy since 1943 and is now stationed at the Miami Naval Air station, Opa Locka. Miss Freedman was graduated from Miami Edison High school. Marines Seek Queen An elimination contest to find Miss Semper Fidelis will be held at the Crystal ballroom of the Poinciana hotel at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, according to Alfred Leffer, commandant of the Miami Beach detachment. Marine Corps league. Don Rich will be the master of ceremonies. The league will hold the final contest Nov. 10 at a grand ball to be held at the Blackstone hotel with proceeds to be given to the National Children's Cardiac Home and Mercy hospital. There is no admission for the Sunday night affair. He Shares The Wealth! Our Boss, firmly believes in SHARING THE PROFITS — YOUR PROFITS! ZIMBN'S Bcmeru IT4I M. MIAMI AVE. ** Mlaml'i huptr Fas HUM n 61st Birthday The 61st birthri-. Dia.no,,,. : o hd w a >-oh celebratedatapaSSijl et 75 a wife Club Bali with tending. This waift!! JS ,n any yea* fl resident i l0 %  m0nd !" 1K ro*J 0 where he o^ffj A : "' "f TemnU Elks, the M,ami Round' Christians and Jews ,„ Cross, the Florida A^J Workers tor the Blind • B'rith Sholem lodge. Excerpts from t wo Light programs wen rj £ e gathering by R ab b,. Machtei and Dan Satin, da of the Muni Elks lodge guests at th party watt, mond |n n, M r J] Meyer Miller and their | vey, and Mr. and Mr Diamond and their Temple Miss Frances i, Mr, Dian iter-in-k Rose Dian md, his niece.; and Mrs. J. Bronfon,aHi more, join d in the celeb Among .: • : %  who M| were Dr. M Reckson, CM missioned James Dunn. I Cleary and Mr. and Mrs.| Patrick. Party Set for Sundo A Pidj n Haben in ha Allyn Howard, son of Mrs. Merle Jacobson, 21341 Coral way. will b


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,ULY 26, 1946_ ^MsMhriidlJinn PAGE THREE W*&&Zj& !" J!PJ!£ion on Jiwish Hospital lot ? re CuZS Tewrv? In the interest 222? ****** that Federation and the u ...u ; L „ -^ In the interest d other local residents who will I to contribute to the Mt. Sinai hospital i d The Jewish Floridian in the next Iks' will make a survey of what the Miami wants its hospital to beI trustees oi the proposed hospital are • „ with leaders of the Greater Miami Jew2?ation on plans for the $2,000,000 camvhich will be conducted to finance the of the hospital, a Federation committee a s tudy lo determine what kind of is needed. survey being made by The Jewish is in no way connected with Federate officials of the hospital. But this er's poll will inevitably have an in%  upon the hospital because it will reflect 5 of potential contributors and patients. answering the following questions and them to The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, g, you can have a voice in the planning It. Sinai hospital. HOSPITAL SURVEY |vou favor the establishment of a hospital Ban fund? I* A! U .? n0t who shou 'd raise funds for the hospital? The trustees? ^deration? If neither wha y would you suggest? y ducTed ta PaSt eight years Fede a 'ion ha. eonducted its campaign for maintenance funds for ?JZ\ US membGr agGnCies A J oi "' hospitalFederation campaign would mean that Federa•ion would be seeking capital funds as well as maintenance funds The coordinated campaign has been supported by some as a means of elimi noting competition) 4. Who should have the responsibility for financia maintenance of the hospital after it is established? Should the hospital become a Federationsupported agency? __ If so. to wha. extent should Federation's power over the administration of the hospital be? 6. If so, which agency? Tourists as well as local residents will use the facilities of the hospital. Should these outof-towners be asked to contribute to the hospital drive? Should other communities be solicited? If so, which ones? South Florida? North Florida? Which other areas? With Greater Miami's tourist population playing a dominant role in its medical service structure, what arrangements do you think should be made to assure adequate medical care for local residents at the proposed hospital? The hospital is chartered as a non-sectarian institution. Do you think there should be any preferential arrangement in the matter of staffing the hospital with doctors and nurses? If so, what would you suggest? [Greater Miami Jewry? keie do you think the hospital should be 1 in order lo serve the needs of this area peals of the proposed hospital have been j bayside pi uperties to find a hospital site [ serve all of Greater Miami.) (By virtue of its incorporation as a non-profit institution and the fact that charity cases will no doubt be served, the hospital will probably incur a deficit. Federation officials have already indicated that Federation will study the problems of maintaining the hospital and of the entire Federation-hospital relationship in the near future.) 5. Should the hospital have an autonomous administration? Or should some community agency supervise it? BEACH SYNAGOGUE TO BE FINISHED SOON i 9. What cities or areas should be served by the hospital? 10. Are you in favor of provisions being made for the observance of dietary laws in the hospital kitchen? 11. If you have any other suggestions or comments about the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital please feel free to include them with this questionnaire. 12. Your name and address will be kept in strict confidence. If you prefer, you may send in the questionnaire unsigned. CHAUTAUQUA SOCIETY QUITS FEDERATION Community Chest Drive Set for November mm .nt fcwticn of Beth Tfilah Be, Miami B will be next four to Rabbi IE Rack Pictured drawing % %  at Ninth • with the on Euclid avi the syna1 per ci nt finished. dr.d b y of the itrticture hav< been installed and work is now being done on the roof. When completed, the synagogue, which is strictly orthodox, will seat between 600 and 650. It is the first "musaph sfard" (Sephardic) institution in Greater Miami, the rabbi reports. The congregation is now launching the sale of bricks to help finance the construction. Rabbi Rackovsky will officiate at High, Holy Day services. Dissatisfied with its allocate n from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Jewish Chautauqua Society withdrew from the agency this week. In a letter to Federation, Arthur L. Reinhart, executive secretary ; of the society, said that the group | would solicit individual memberships in this area following its | withdrawal. Major portion of its | funds are obtained in this way in other cities, he said. The 1946 Federation allocation to the society was $40 plus a $10 gift from a local resident. Circle to Hear Author J. Lazarson, noted Yiddish author and pedagogue, will speak in Yiddish on "The Women in Yiddish History" for the Workmen's Circle, branch 692. of Miami Beach Sunday night at 8:30 at the Workmen's Circle lyceum, 25 Washington ave. All are welcome to attend. The Community Chest campaign will be held this year from Nov. 15 to 28, rather than the usual January dates. Frank J. K( lly, president, has announced. By having the campaign in No\ ember, thi Miami area will observe the same campaign period as that of more than 700 other cities in raising funds for health, welfare and recreation services. Max Orovitz has been appointed chairman of the budget comImittee for the coming year by the executive committee. The budget committee supervises all financial transactions of the Chest and its member agencies, receiver* ing monthly reports and alloting funds on a monthly basis. Mr. Orovitz is also president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Lanci.-xape Fed for Winter [ te Racing allot racing ;>_w:r.t. %  : %  ..i.-ing seausl conthree ma' • % %  rea, GulfPi %  % %  ark and 'Park. •'if hand President ft Gull • "i am: I known park is of the Hntrances lined with and shrubbery. A Jjane has been como 1,T P'ovidIms. The I "dredged and C !" land removed, tage In BBM! Will Ulster of the the soil used for banking the two turns. The remaining island has been landscaped with coconut palms and shrubbery, and the entire infield area will contain beds of acalphas, crotons, ixoras and hibiscus by the time the race course is open. Geese and swans are also to be procured to dress up the infield lake, while the entire area will have a backdrop of palm trees to make it one of the most beautiful race tracks in the land. OPERA GUILD SLATES TWO PRODUCTIONS New Location j ACME SUPPLY COMPANY Specialists in ROOFING .METAL WORKj Gutters, Leaders, Skylights { Ventilators — Boat Tanks Air-Conditioning 1905 N. W. First Court PHONE 9-1807 Quality 3ood Product* Distributed by the FLORIDA PROVISION CO, Inc. Phone 2-6141 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue Heinz Kosher Beans are baked Tf*through and through in hot, dry ovens. Rich tomato sauce • >W HIT. snss i*T>V h n %  *• In Fv R Ai'i\v : name <>f I n, |„. with the • Dade D A x Two operas, "La Boheme" and "The Barber of Seville," will be presented by the Miami Opera Guild next winter, Dr. Arturo di Filippi, the Guild's director, announces. Dr. di Filippi left this week for New York to engage artists who will sing the principal roles. The Guild's local chorus and a local orchestra will complete the opera personnel. "La Boheme" will be presented Jan. 11, 13, 14 and 16 in Miami and Jan. 17 in Ft. Lauderdale, while "The Barber of Seville" will be given on March 1, 3 and 4. Operettas will also be produced by the organization next year. Their first performance will be Oscar Straus' "Chocolate Soldier" to be presented late next spring. / ECONOMY adds Ujk' zest to this "meichel". Quick to fix, tempting in flavor, Heinz Kosher Baked Beans make the ideal midsumrci EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach TRULY NOLEN, President mer dish. Thrifty, mPH protein-rich, delicious I ^vf* 00 i' i



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PAGE FOUR vJenislincriditorL LODGE SMOKER SET FOR SUNDAY Professional entertainment and a mock marriage will highlight the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, membership smoke r to be held at Temple Israel at 8 p.m. Sunday. Stage stars who will entertain include Jimmy Leeds, master of ceremonies currently appearing at the Olympia theatre; Gertrude Bonde. well-known .songstress, formerly of Leon and Eddie's in New York city; Ellen Varga, exotic dancer who recently concluded an engagement at the Hotel Nacional in Havana, and other stage and night club artists. Amateur feature of the ev ning will be the mock main.ig' ceremony in which Ben Essen, Burnett R th, Fred K. Shochet, Max R, Silver and Sam Silver will participate. Ab( An novitz, past president of th< lo Ige, will be honored on the occasion I is approaching iage. The Sir t smoker Is Julj cial e vents d by B'l ..: 15'rith in its ign to enroll : 000 nev men b< rs, Lou Heiman, • i membership In chaigi of Max R. Silver. ct, S B. Miller, • in anil Alex %  nee fi 'lie at the tel, Sunday Aim 11. will climax the be li iw. The %  ••!:. f< itun a floor .11 be awi the winnil • %  I the drive. odg and %  ited to attend. : to conI -hould thii ol 1,000 new members FRIDAY njLYj SAMPLING .he cigars to be served at the B noi B nthi Sholem lodge smoker Sunday evening are 1. lo r.) Charles B^ Jacob son Al Pallot. Abe Aronovitz and Alex Cohen. The member ship affair will be he ld at Temple Israel. Rabbi to Study in N. Y.. Visit National Agencies J 1 IN SURVEY BAR REVIEW CLASS A 1 i %  i t o thi Octothoritics • in was pi ned bj K Albert ttomi %  '. Classes conducted at 223 E. I r st. Pall nducted this course I %  xamination 19: 3, except • •'• %  lien hi %  as on active duty v. th tl ; Navy. Th< more than 140 .) %  I di i tors of Dadi county are providing iti n for the Greater Miami Jewish Fedi ration'.hospital survey, it was revealed this wee k. Information on th< ir scientific anil tei nil training an i nee is sought in qui si naires sent to the Jewish phys icians. In addition, Federatii requested information regarding tl. ii patients and their opportunities for stal' nmi nts on local hospital staffs and the ni i d for hospital fai ilities for their patients. "The response has been excellent," Morris K....-.-. i xecutive director of F< lie ration, said, "Th. h ation will mean much toward the succi • of tin MK v( -." A membi r of the sin v y comittei has be :. visiting li cal hospitals and nursing registrii tins week to secure data relative ; to the study. Population trends on an annual i and seasonal ba havi been n ceived from city and county aurailroads and other transpoi tation facilitii s. Private and public agencies and government aul ties in the health field as wi II as ti e Council of Social Ag< in : %  s, li cal rid 1 i ol Miami and Miami B have i xpr< ssed tin ir di sire t ... in tl e study, Klass stated. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of the Beth Jacob congregation, has i, it for N. w V. rk to attend an institute on public relations for Jew11 mmunity leaders being ofat theYeshiva university. He will also take a number of Icoursi in rabbinical and historic [studies at the Harry Fischel ol for Highei Jewish Studies pursuance ol a doctor of Hebrew le tters degree. Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss tl e establishment i I a Florida state chaplaincy at the national headquarters u


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%  %  AY/ IULYJ^I^ tivnrm GROUPS %RM COUNCtt. Id,na 2 the area is being UP J following i unani. approval by repres.nla0 f the Sholrm and Miami &££-— and Geo-ge Berlman.ident of the Beach group. ^ pointing comm.lt— to i! with representative of Diaries and youth group. Led with Bnai B nth U expected!, -.a. the counemploy a professional EpsPlan Dance Summer Rushing Lee at the Nassau hotel 4 will begin summer for Pl Epsilon Phi fraBurt Young is in charge Tdance and entertainment, [the Seven Seas restaurant L 3 the PI" Epa will meet tn-ance of "Phi Ep" day, u festivity for Phi Eps ghout the country. Morton CiU and Stanley Pred are tag the details. |s. Goldstro::.. Miami Beach ^ hat announced his affiliaith Harold R. Davis, Inc., ta road realt> firm. COCKTAIL PARTY SLATED FOR DRIVE —J^^poridli^in PAGE FIVE B'NAI B'RITH ENTERTAINS BEACH RESIDENTS U DRIVE LEADER Professional men of Miami Beach will be guests at a cocktail party to be held on the mezzanine of the Shelborne hotel from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday. The affair will be part of the membership drive of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge which will also hold a smoker on Tuesday, Aug. 6. Harold Turk is chairman of the cocktail party. His committee includes Dr. Julius Pearson, Harold Shapiro and Dr. Donald Mishnoff. The smoker—for men onlywill take place at the National hotel under the chairmanship of Arthur Frishman. Night club entertainment and refreshments will be on the evening's program. Mr. Frishman promises "a minimum of speeches." Jack Abbott, chairman of the Chanir. to Confer With Workmen's Circle N. Chanin, national education director of the Workmen's circle, will be guest speaker at a special meeting of the circle's Vladeck branch 699 of Miami, to be held 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Miami Y. Mr. Chanin will discuss problems faced by the local Workmen's circles in the September reopening of the Yiddish schools maintained by them in Miami and Miami Beach. Persons holding tickets for the boat ride planned in June, but postponed, may use them Aug. 4. The boat will leave Pier 6 at 8 p.m. CENTER PRIUFCT HAS BJE SUPPORT DASHEFF SUCCUMBS JgBil.ban, President of Part[nrtures. Inc., hai accepted" the T Chiimin-lii|i .,f the Motion Awry Division of the untd $100,000,1)01) rampainn of I Jti>h Appeal for Krfu. ftmM Nerdi and Palestine. Rlnr "iniinifirenl job" already ln Mialf of the Inited Jewish r>inr motion pirture industry M u eS (: '""' ai,d '" N "" <• BalabM termed the United t Appeal "tlumoat important w life time," lUtini thai ntwrbeen io deeply moved MPMa-thU eainDaim for the T"*Jiili peopled throunh """irihutiun ( ommittee, the Hi r" n A pi J1 *" ,d ,he N* %  NM Service, „ 10NT PARK u SANITARIUM B i.a h n H ,c ,lck • %  Rlia. '""""> p,0 R,a. "• D "~*af *"'nJble Prices Jack Dasheff, 48, of 1411 Collins ave., died at a local hotel Tuesday. A salesman for a baking company, he came here five years ago from Brooklyn, N. Y. Survivors are his widow, Lillian, and two daughters, Miss Marcia Dasheff, of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Bertha Friedman, of Cincinnati, Ohio. The body was sent to New York by Riverside Memorial home for service i and burial. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eatata Service SOB Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 Air Line Tickets; Phone 9-2706 We Make Your Reservaiions—j Secure the Tickets— Deliver Them lo You! NO ADDITIONAL COST Also RAIL BUS Tickets HAVANA TOURS Apgar Travel Agency • 225 SEYBOLD BLDG. First sign of support by a local agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's plan to establish a community center has been reported. The agency is the Bureau of Jewish Education, whose board indicated its approval at a recent board meeting. It is understood that the bureau is preparing to solicit money for a Jewish education endowment fund to supply scholarships and I equip its library. Originally, the BJE had planned to set up independent facilities and to conduct a capital funds drive for that purpose. However, the agency now feels that it can offer greater service if it operates from a community centet which would serve Miami and Miami Beach. The hoard decided not to hold a fund raising drive because of the competition with other drives [now being held or contemplated land because of the uncertainty of the exact type of building program it needs. Planning for tne proposed cen ter by F( deration is expected to get in full swing early this fall as part of the Federation's longrange community program. PAINT CONTRACTOR Licensed ROOMING HOUSES SPECIALTY Phone 2-5489 \ Lodge Women Help'Vets Celebrate Birthdays Two Army patients at the Pratt General hospital celebrated their birthdays in traditional style this week, thanks to B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge. Mrs. S. H. Goldman, president, and Mrs. Sidney Covner were on hand with birthday cakes and presents for the two, Lt. Gordon Dodge and Cpl. Morton. This is a regular feature of the group's hospital service program. Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life In*. Co. W07 Blacayne Blc-.g. 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I w??^ ?S!3^^3ilBSSPfe#*Pp^S^ PAGE SIX Plant and Main Offices 21 s7w. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. 0. Box 2973 P honeJ-1141 ~~i^ered a. Second CIa. MatUr Jutar4. I B^U the ivyi Office of Miami. Fla., under the Act of Marcn. J. Published Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. S3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. S5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET. Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN _News_Editor NUMBER VOLUME 19 Miami 18, Florida. Friday. July 2b. I.HO TAMMUZ 27. 5706 30 52 DIE IN BLAST (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) As soon as the blast was heard sirens sounded throughout trie SS and police cars began halt\8 U vehicle, and pedestrians Wounded soldiers and Civi 8M could be seen crawbng wtofthj hotel, as women and men trappd inside ghouted and ...reamed foi "Among the injured.werei Jewnd Arab civihan clerks. wounded by flying raiDAY.njLv Your Personal Vrobl B y W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D. e/ lah a Many were DESERVED DEFEAT Ihe defeat of U. S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montanaleading isolationist in the Senate, for renom.nation. wil be vvel comed 9 by people of good will all over this coun.r, IXj he campaign Senator Wheeler, posing as a martyr, kept te ling the people of Montana that the Communists, Jews and Wall Street haTconspired to assure his defeat. But actually his own sinEr. rabble-rousing tactics disgusted the more intelligent voters of Montana, who are luckily enough in the majority and who "conspired" to lick Wheeler. While celebrating the defeat of demagoguery and ill will in Montana, we should nevertheless not become over-optimistic about the chances in the near future of overcoming the ignorance, fear and hatred upon which the rabble-rousers feed in various parts of the country, particularly the poorer sections of the South. The victory of Senator Bilbo in the recent Democratic primaries in Mississippi is surely no cause for rejoicing on our part, while the big vote cast by "Gene' Talmadge for governor of Georgia should also give pause for sober reflection. Poverty and ignorance breed fear, and fear in turn breeds hatred toward minority racial and religious groups on the part of the majority. While condemning the rabble-rousers who utilize this fear and hatred for their own personal advantage, let us, nevertheless, not be blind to the root causes of the situation. Proper diagnosis can be a first step in the direction of a cure. THE AGED Necessity for services to the aged above the institutional level was stressed at the recent Florida-Georgia conference on aged cure. The suggestion might well be taken by Miami which constantly attracts a great number of elderly people because of its opportune climatic conditions. There are many old men and women who face little but loneliness in their remaining years, regardless of their financial status. The Greater Miami area is doing a splendid job in youth work. But there is a noticeable lack of provision for the old folks except in the field of charity. Miami could take a lesson from New York city where the National Council of Jewish Women maintains recreation rooms for oldsters. Open five days a week, the quarters are equipped with a piano, books, chess and checkers, sewing supplies and comfortable furnitureMilk and cookies are served free during the afternoon and, for those who wish it, a wholesome lunch is provided for 25 cents. In these pleasant surroundings, elderly men and women can find companionship and constructive entertainment. A similar project could easily be established in this area— in the synagogues or the Y's. For those old people who desire to occupy themselves manually, craft materials might be pro viaed. The possibilities of such an undertaking would be expansive, the cost negligable and the appreciation limitless. S^Vom window, frem whig S v were peering at the earlier ^he^gun Zvai Leumi. Jewish extremist group, acknowledged :,.,, nsibility f.-r bombing of the headquarters. j- w red In a "communique delivered to foreign correspondents by unknown messengers, the Irgun said: "The tragedy which occurred at the Palestine government offices was not caused by soldiers of the Irgun who carried out their duty courageous ly and with self-sacrifice, was caused by the themselves who disregarded warning and refused to evacuate the building. The warning was given 27 minutes before the explosion was timed to go off." At the same time the Haganah, Jewish resistance movement, officially informed the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in a telephone message that the explosion in the King David hotel was not the work of its organization. "We never engage in such dastardly ,cts," the Haganah spokesman said OVI r the telephone. The It British a { LEADERS MEET Jewish leaders were reported planning meetings on steps to control extremists. Hebrew newspapers Wednesday denounced the Jewish underground Irgun Zvai Leumi. JEWS MAY BE FREED D JERUSALEM (JTA)— Bi I military authorities will begin Fi iday to n li as< '.urge num[ the ~.'>00 Jews now held in the Latrun and Raffa camps. it was reported hi re. In view of this persistent repi it that a break in the Palestine deadlock may be expected thi tant Secretary of State Henry week, a joint meeting hereof the|F. G .• even discuss with • tl • possibility of sendU. S. May Compromise (CONTINUED FROM PAGE nere to discuss implemontatior : '• of tht Palestine Inquiry committee. In addition, the three commit"" ri pn senting the Stati v. | Treasury depart' ded by former As"Voice of Israel." Haganah's radio transmitter, has denounced the attack as "murder." Some unofficial Jewish informants said that Haganah might take action against the Irgun Zvai Leumi. It was recalled that Haganah took reprisal steps against extremists after the assassination of Lord Moyne in 10-14. Police have started mass arrests of J, ws in Jerusalem. All Jewish men in the Montefiore sectii n of the city were removed by troops and police for an identity check. A Jewish susDect arrested in the walled Old City during a search conducted then committed suicide. Another : ade an unsuccessful attempt to • in ir.it suicide. The Jewish Agency, a public ody established to advise and cooperate in the administration if Palestine in the interest of Jewish inhabitants, said in its statement: itives of the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Council v e Is of local municipalities voted to postpone the effective date for the projected civil disobedience campaign for this coming Tuesday to Thursday. USO Director Arrives Sam Shuster. newly appointed JWB-USO area director, arrived here Monday to assume his duties. Shuster. who re.cently served the Jewish Welfare board in the Tampa and St. Petersburg area, replaces Leon Schulman, who will leave for New York this weekend. With JWB for the past four years, Shuster at one lime was in charge of JWB Army-Navy activities in the MississippiLouisiana area. His office is in the Miami Y. 1567 S. W. Fifth st. ican troops to Palestine' %  thi %  sponsibility of law and order tin re. linister UPSET EXPECTED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) pate in di cussions between Dr weianann and Prime M Attlee It is li arm d reliably that Attlee agreed to see Weizmann and discuss the present situation in Palestine only on the following conditions: The Haganah shall cease to be a political force and confine itself to defense against Arab attacks, and in return the imprisoned leaders of the Agency will be released. The British will then agree to the admission of 100.000 Jews, provided that Zionist leaders do not press for a final solution of the Palestine problem at this time. CURFEW INVOKED "The executive of the Jewish \gency and of the Jewish National council expresses their horror at the dastardly crime prepetrated by a gang of desperadoes who attacked government office. in Ji rusalem and shed the innocent blood of government officers and other citizens, British, Jewish and Arab." "A HANDICAPPED CHILD IS A MlSFORTm~. In more than one case, but fortunately not in ma normal faculties have a child who is abnormal. Thi?'' ficient intelligence, absence of hearing, jpeech or both"? 1 birthmarks, epilepsy, glandular deficiencies, etc. Thjs\ parents whose other children, born both b. fore and sine capped child, are normal in all respects. There is no sound explanation possible for this freak Birth begins, it must be remembered, with a microscopic In most cases, the development into a sound child with all ties proceeds in usual fashion. The wonder of the foet a i that more defects do not occur. Parents of children so handicapped have a burden physical care of the child is more than doubled. Its responses are delayed. They have an additional burden because emotional involvements are commonly attached to these cases. The outside world is medieval in its thinking. It assumes without any question that a handicapped child inevitably means a defective heredity. This may be true in some cases but it does not necessarily go along. Parents too feel guilty and become either ashamed or frustrated. One very bright youngster had a hairy growth on the side of his face, neck and shoulders. He had to wear a cap, even in school. With the biting aim of children, his school mates viciously nicknamed him "The Hairy Ape." So he became an aggressive youngster in self-defense and was ready to fight without provocation, picking arguments all the time. Fortunately, a series of skin grafts removed the growth from his face and made him more presentable. Another couple spent their last dollar for treatments of a child of very low intelligence. Special care, special treatments and the mother tied to its care most of the 24 hours. To their relief, the child died in his second year. These parents know—from their pn t ssional experience—the delicieney of their child. They know. too. that it was hopeless to expect any improvement. But neither of these two exceptional parents could bring themselves to the necessary decision regarding the child. Their subsequent children are normal, healthy and quite usual youngsters. Heart-Breaking Decisions It is easy for me to advise such parents. It is easy because I do not have to live with the decision 24 hours a day. But decisions are called for, in fairness to the parents and the other members of the family. There are other life situations in which we must confess ignorance of how to proceed. In these cases, we simply cut ourselves off from the burden. In cases of handicaps such as have been mentioned, sending th. child to an institution is often the only answer. The institutions for the feebleminded, epileptic, deaf, mute, and deaf-mutes have the staff, the equipment and the experience required. The staff knows its problems and can readly find the child's level of ability. They too can do this much more easily than the parents because they are not emotionally tied to the child. M ~ m Pf*ent examisas that a i 11 of low „ and pi. ferably where", by obsen ttion during, several %  • ars,aloadaI parents .-end the ciu They may use a public i vate institution. They or not. They may when they do visit. Bu| the rest of the family, off with the child home. In epilepsy and a disturbances, medical 1 dicate relief in some i medical, n, The excelV cial public schools for 1 mute and deaf-mute pre training required for dr. n to bi '-01110 self-supi I have had some part brothers and sisters tell i weia i to know son or brother was. They J ease-, for instance, in that this child would :sj priscn for a specified nut years. Wl en he wasir.t munitv. trey had only calls from the police, pay off, lawyers to hire.i able publicity. Thej everything expected some more. But to no; one they knew or could 1 able to change the cond terns of this son. So themselves off from this in their midst. They s have had enough." In all cases of hand family have a heart-ran cision to make. Sowi can be relieved, SB I rated. The more tions call for drasti sending the child arf is relief also because tlnl is not eternally staring* in the face, to remind | their burc n. Follow tent professional decision is indicated, limits to human endun are limits to pan love. There comes a i human knowledge is Peace of mind is acquit moving the burden fro ily's care, from its ph>* A free copy < r p.mphlet. POSITIVEI AFTER FORTY or YOUR CHLDREN, *M the two perioni. each .ubmit the b.tt QU" ,l8n, | onal problem* < N be ueed.) Addresi Or. ea re of The Je*i" "'"* UNDEFEATED Y TEAM TO PLAY TUESDAY Undefeated in five games, the Miami Beach Y diamondball team will meet the Langner Construction co. Tuesday evening to determine the Miami Beach City league leadership. The Langner outfit is also undefeated after four games in the second half of the league's playing. The game will be played at Flamingo park. Randy Polansky is manager of the Y team. Epstein Family Sought By Woman In Sweden A family named Epstein, who lived in Florida in the late 1930's. is being sought by Helena Dubner, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Miss Dubner, in search of her American relatives, contacted Albert Broad, 1542 Drexel ave., last winter in hopes that he was her cousin. Since that time Miss Dubner has located a cousin of hers who survived the war and who is now in Paris. He told her the name of their relatives who lived in Miami or Palm Beach in 1939. A native of Poland, Miss Dubner was taken captive by the Nazis during the war. and is now in good helath, but alone in Sweden, she wrote Mr. Broad. Anyone having any information a* to the location of this family i* Barkans Honored i Surprise Farewell f sterling M the] A pair o. ... sticks was presented and Mrs. Emanuel farewell g'>', fr m mft who surprised them Sunday night at Cantor Barken, M with the Miami BCenter, has accepted Brookline. Mass.. and Miami shortly. Among the guj Celia Greenberg. Mr d min Appel. r -^ Trau. Mr. anI J£ Sherry. Mr. and MJ^ terman, and Mr. ai Broad. ._



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dFWF RECiiui ^0 WORKER ^r^HaroId Temin K 'r g n" Erector of P oTffco of the Council KSions and WelK his been announced >. nf the southHtuth-''-" regions fee til >* Sydney 1 Regional director, was J fly executive director Kh Vocati. nal Service Ivillc Ky. L ing the appointment, I 1 presidents noted the L request--; lor consultafc?n the part of the 36 "agencies of the sou h| an d the 17 of the sou hISons. CJFWF is helpLorwnizo and coordinfftind-raising, budgeting, I service.-. J< wish educommunity relations I n Myers of Miami is 1 of the national CJFWF. ^JwMftorlatter, GIRLS REHEARSE SKIT FOR DISTRICT MEET Irving Berlin and George Gershwin have nothing on Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, director of B'nai B'rith Girls in district 5, for she has written a musical comedy to be presented by the BBG groups of Greater Miami at the BBG district convention to be held in Miami the weekend of Aug. 18. A take-off on conventions, the skit will be entirely in melody with original lyrics, which are parodies of popular songs. Not only did Miss Carnovsky compose the score, but she is also directing and producing it. Those participating in the novelty are Marjoric Miller, Florence Browner, Paula and Trudy Lach, Joanne Saltzman, Henrietta Rosenthal, Evelyn Wild, Roberta Grossman, Sara Rose Schwartz, Irene Jacobs, Dolly Fishbein, Gloria Farkas, Ann and Jean Nevel, Beverly Koch, Terry Fishman and Irma Schwartz. Shirley Ross will accompany them at the piano. PAGE SEVEN B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By CHARLF.S JACOBSON B'nai B'rith Womens' groups led by President Dena Goldman and Tillie Rosenthal, plan a coordinated service program for thl Biltmoie and Nautilus Vets' hospitals. This is worth watching, these ladies have promised some notable achievements and we know they will not disappoint the veterans and our community in this all-important postwar project. The B'nai B'rith groups 01 Greater Miami wish you good luck! Sholem lodge events of community interest for the coming months are September 10Initiation of all "1,000 and a Home drive members at a gala function, featunng well known %  TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" GonfldenUat (Copyright, 1946, Seven Artt Feature Syndicate) -By PHINEAS J. BIROM %  white House Is seriouf%  dcring an Ame'ican ExTurf Force lo Palestine lore to force Britain to \, gates of Palestine to I refugees. There .lability that the U.S. ipi. mj permit the reI of a Jewish military t instead of detailing ton the regular forces. [he impending visit of I Xttlee to America is i MMKted with Palesklras... i TO FIGHT I editkas of Feb. 7 and "Germany Today," a published newsletter, relat A. Frowein had been Imember of the Rheinish assembly and later lof economics of the Brit1 by the British occupa) "Germany ToI that Frowein, one flicials of the Bemberg ncern and vice-president pterr.atior.al chamber of f, had used go unment i against thi Jews in Bake possession of these p! stores of the Tietz :at were in Jewish lThe disclosure by "Gerwas n; inted in lencan and European 1 A few week i ago the %  authorities announced %  German economic counP reorganize d and that I 8 to be eliminated. F Today" kept up the TB Frowein and finally • our big press would P* right side, fascism l"*Pt out from the Brit1 "ican zones of ocBIN G HIMSE'.F. I^'u?/ Chestl r s Zun C" 'll) near Woodjtl ; • "ungsters—to a frr' th ni u nder rJT-touwninii themlr 5?.' • T 'ying to T Problem. ,f tomor Pifce to forget tomorL ,s not easy That Fltalr a BraSS blade iCstTn 11 d,ffcrent r-Crr^ a t hou p bout ONE World lhU. neWSpaper headLpj h ?"nt on.. But P F t ,,nt --In,l : an-Bf,! PSr^n-ondless hi Eft le ? ding l^rdav Msts on I lulls yo y u •• ll s a hot y T ou to sleep. %  "morrow is not U may be a f ew for REST CONVALESCEWd .— CMSOMCCMM un-RqyPark a Ith Resort years away. Meanwhile enjoy your freedom in the sun. Did the Jewish expectant mother sunning herself in a resort near Warsaw in the summer of 1939 brush away the thoughts about tomorrow as we do on Chester's lawn I today? VACATION HOTEL. Interesting woman that Ann Chester, owner of Zunbarg. A tiny, wiry little woman. Greyi ing hair, but a young, smiling face Her late husband, Herman, built Zunbarg as a retreat for hardworking men and women Gave it the atmosphere of a Soviet cultural recreational center in a set of English countryestate buildings. Now Ann carJ ries on maintaining the same atmosphere. The waiters are college students back from the war. One wears a Mazuzah around his neck, a good luck piece from his Mama. And that modest dark-haired youngster with a Mogan David on his chest is Bernie j Kleinman, war hero, six times battle starred, who shrugs off his exploits with an embarassed smile. Yesterday after supper, a well-known radio commentator appealed for help for Spanish refugees. A bashful girl who the night before jitterbugged herself to a frenzy contributed ten dollars. "I'll work two weeks overtime" she whispered to her surprised escort. It was dark outside and the easy going guests were aware of tomorrow. QUESTION Eddie Kramer, comedian, wants to know whether the Manishewitz Brothers subsidized Jo Sinclair, author of "Wasteland," as a preliminary move to a slogan "Use Matzeh instead of psychiatry" WARNING. A few months ago we warned against a number of German relief organizations sponsored by soft-peacers and former bundists. "The American Relief for Germany" is growing and attracting wide support. Their ads are carefully penned and avoid antiSemitic language. Don't be deluded. Theodore Katzmann one of its leaders is a notorious pro-Nazi anti-Semite. speakers. On October 8, the Public affairs committee of the todge will present a debate, John Kronenfeld, chairman, announced. ITie Beach lodge may be chal" '> %  ed to exchange verbal ideas on the speakers' platform. The I vent promises to be a real intellectual treat, from all indications. We hear all the lawyers are secretly sharpening up their vocabularies. En garde! George Taliahoff was a splendid principal speaker at the FDR Club recently. His treatment •i Subversive Activities" was objective and starkly realistic. Audience interest gave rise to stimulating questions, and it was gratifying to note that people are aware of these problems and that KLAN SCORED With the Miami chapter of the American Veterans' committee and the Florida organization of the Jewish War Veterans, the American Legion has gone on record as regarding the Ku Klux Klan as "despicable" and "a deadly menace." The National Legionnaire magazine recently stated, "We strongly condemn the Ku Klux Khm and its ilk as a deadly menace to America at a time when it is so tragically important for all Americans to pull together. We don't want any 'invisible empire' in our country today. What we want is an "indivisable empire' of Americans." they earnestly desire to solve them. What? No comment on Sholem lodge's recent mailing re: the No. 1 un-American organization in the South? Tsk task ^**^^^^r *""^'""' **^'*' "'* ^W^WH WM WWWM EUROPEAN JEWS CAN NOW NECEIVE REMITTANCES L • • %  ...i After these many years of starvation and destitution, your European relatives will be able to receive your direct monetary assistance which until recently was a serious problem. YOU CAN BE COMPLETELY SERVED BY THE FIRST NATIONAL FOREIGN DEPARTMENT in every phase of Foreign Banking whether it is a remittance to a distant part of the world or an import transaction safely negotiated with a First National Commercial Letter of Credit. WE INVITE DISCUSSION WITH OUR OFFICERS AS TO WAYS IN WHICH WE MAY SERVE YOU. Telephone 3-0611 WORLD WIDE FACILITIES TRAVELLERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT COMMODITY FINANCING LETTERS OF INTRODUCTION i ami 101 E. FLAGLER ST. ESTABLISHED 1902 Member Federal Depoeit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reterve System H_H.f l i i %  ... ....... I I I| | AAAJ1. -. %  I •• M i! %  tl I : I 1 I j I %  j 1 : 1 1 \i t 3 .' II iJ •4 %  _______



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iSiKir-..:--1 B^B^B^BJ r^^Tg^sgssH5^H^sas^'":;" PAGE EIGHT *Jenisiifk>ridr&n FRIDAY, JULY i Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Florida Regional Director, AntiDefamation League "Benevolence, brotherly love and harmony." For 103 years, these words have been the inspiring legend guiding the B'nai B'rith, the parent body of the organization with which the writer is affiliated. In war time, B'nai B'rith's re< ord was of the highest distinction. The June issue of the National Jewish Monthly was devoted in its entirety to B'nai B'rith's remarkable record of service to the nation during World War II. In recognition of its outstanding patriotic contribution, both the Army and Navy presented special citations to B'nai B'rith, the first awarded to any civilian agency. In our own community, we have seen tangible evidences oi meritorious war service wort carried on by the \anous B'nai B'rith chapters, such as the servicemen's breakfasts, the outfitting and maintenance of day rooms, books, games, magazines and new.-: to hospitalized v< terans, cookies and refreshments for convalescent soldiers, the establishment and maintenance of tin Miami Beach Blood Bank station, and, of course, the record war bond sales. And now the Ordei is embarked upon an ambition.postwar progi f set via m small pai I i ii which inclu lei \ i aid and hospital work. To enroll the manpower necessary to carry on the vital work to which this organization is dedicated, local B'nai B'rith li and Mrs. Jack Teitler, 2828 S. W. have launched a membership 12th St., was torn July 14 at Jack. :. is t continue all this >" Memorial hospital Rich,i. |aid. son oi Mr. and Mrs. Hai v y This' is a campaign that war Fleischman 764 N. E. 74th st rants maximum support. While?*! born Monday morning at a goal of 1.000 new members has ***** %  / M L s "' H S! rd t S f been set. it seems to the writer <>*• Mr and Mrs. Aaron Bernstein. ..„. „i;.,..a. „ „„ .k...w 4361 S. \\. 13th U r.. June 29 that every eligible pi rson should be enrolled. The members of B'nai B'rith should bi justifiably proud of its outstanding wa nunity service record. Evi ry i nc< uragement should be given to permit thi humani:. w rk, to which the organization's mi %  I i ire devoted, to continue unabah d. Gus Jacobson, field secretary for the Southern region, National Jewish Welfari b ard, visited Miami this week to confer with executives and hoard members of the Miami and Beach Y's. Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fishman, 4 Century lane. Belle hie, July n Arlene, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Samuel


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„ shipment from Greater I'' Supple for Overseas I I hM been received at l^nfattibution Committee T5r to Mrs. Monte Sclig 'chairman of the local bvid E. Traub, associate lir.said that 182 carKood. clothing and medical I ^weighing 6.213 pounds, i'at Mt. Vernon July 9. pending the local -Jewish Lritv for its contributions, k-iaud: "The real appreciwever, will come from „g jewi survivors for IW generosity will bring Vditional help and hope ,,. iV 50 desperately need. Lous local Jewish agencies [been cooperating in the City chairmen arc jJjEssen, Miami, and Mrs. r Mian i Bi ich. Among e is Mrs. lent of the .Beth Sh li m Sisterhood, ^•Counsellor Day | At Beach Y Camp is camper-counsellor day Beach Y camp, and the will revei i procedure pi.ii i with their on. There are now 74 bparticipating in the sumfeinp program, according to r Polansky. head counsellor. various divisions of the [took turns going to Greynt tr.is w& k. strip char...; rs came to I week when the camp had de party. David as the L n Wolf Indian, fatpriaan oi g the midget %  iiswihlf, as Daisy Mae, te&Ierinc as Themesong, 1 the junior group winners; I Raskin. as I ..plain Kidd, fciMtte Cohi n as Brenda diate honor winnt r.were Martha fcktr, a; • gon Lady, |oti;k. as Wonder Woman, %  WonLevine, as the Shmoe. play. "Sleeping Beauty," \--" % %  %  i for the I it< group. FEDERATION SEEKS PLEDGE PAYMENTS Z^UtBcrfflan eraappeal A plea for contributors to make additional payments on their 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal pledges has been issued by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed tion following a national for the funds. The local Federation has already sent $300,000 of its $517,500 allocation to the United Jewish Appeal. A recent telegram from UJA leaders stated that the cash resources of UJA agencies are at a "serious low ebb" and urged that Federation make another remittance toward its 1946 allocation. According to recent figures, approximately 39 per cent of the $829,250 pledged in the local campaign is still outstanding. JM GETS OFFER OF LARGE GIFT FOR MEW CENTER PAGE NINE Local Lodges Hailed For Membership Drives Commendation of the Miami and Miami Beach lodges of B'nai B'rith for their current membership drives was made by resolution at the recent fifth district executive committee meeting in Savannah. The Greater Miami lodges are the first two in the country to launch extensive drives in accordance with national B'nai B'rith policy. Emphasis by district lodges on community and postwar services was suggested at the meeting at which Lou Heiman, of Miami, first vice president of the district, was appointed chairman of the wider scope committee. : PAC for Palestine Loses Tax Exemption Right NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc tax exemption privileges of the Political Action Committee for Palestine have been revoked by the U. S. Bureau of Internal Revenue, because in the bureau's opinion, the organization is no longer qualified as a "charitable or educational organization." The committee, which actively campaigned for defeat of the British loan becrausc of British policy in Palestine, was criticized by a number of congressmen whose names it used without authorization in newspaper adverenta asking defeat of the loan. Several members of its congressional advisory committee resigned as a result of the advertisement. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (JTA)An unnamed donor has offered to contribute $100,000 toward the erection of a proposed $400,000 Jewish community center here. The gift, largest in the history <>r the loeal community, stems from the findings of a self-study made by the Jewish Community council, which recommends the construction of a Jewish ci nter as a means of providing a common platform for greater unity in Jacksonville. A statomc nt issued by Joseph The $100,000 contribution is i D Nunan, jr., internal revenue contingent upon two conditions: commissioner, said that "accordthat a popular vote be taken of ln K to the law exemptions are STUDIES FOR PH.D. all Jews 15 years of age and ov< :, to determine whether a twothirds majority favors the proposed community center; secondly, that the two Jacksonville congregations, each of which has projected a building plan of its own, should agree to confine themselves to primarily educational and religious programs. If the conditions with reference to the synagogues are carried out fully, the donor also offers to give $10,000 to each congregation for the furtherance of its building plans. provided for educational and charitable groups. When an organization becomes a political or pressure group, those provisions no longer apply. The same action would be taken with any other organization in the same circumstances." In a statement to the press which said that the revenue bureau's action would be contested, the committee declared that it was being penalized because it opposed the loan. SOCIAL NOTES HOLLYWOOD and LAUDERDALE Dave Blum left aboard the Queen Mary recently for England to visit his family. Mrs. Blum accompanied him to New York .. Dr. David Raab will lead Temple Emanuel and Dr. Max Kaufman is associated with the Hollywood Community center for the coming year Miss Sunny Fine, of Philadelphia, who served with the Army Nurses corps overseas, is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Epstein, who were married last month in Miami Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waskow are in Asheville, N. C. Mrs. Waskow will spend the remainder of the summer there with her daughter and son Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Kaufman are motoring west for two months. Their trip will include the Southwest, Mexico, the West Coast and the Rockies. LEGAL NOTICES RABBI COMMENDED A. P. Cannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, has gone to Philadelphia where he will study for his Ph.D. degree at Dropsie college during August. He received his master's degree at Columbia university. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES 'SHERKllY IHVEN that I ~ i-HKlige itl t :,„• (if Al I'"'!' >': l iv Miami H [ at 1444 Fla liiwit h the ol Dade NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tha undersigned, desiring: t. engage In business under the fictitious name <>t ACME PAINTERS (also known as Acme Painting Co.) at no". r>th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, int.-nil to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Cant of Dade County, Florida, HARRY SILVERMAN SIDNEY WEINSTEIN 7/12-19-26 • A resolution commending Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum for his work on the executive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation was recently passed by the committee. Rabbi Appelbaum was formerly spiritual leader of Temple Israel, Miami. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES MAN AJI EL RIBI.V. ^"'• % %  ••^ r r^'i**-.! • > 1 !i • -ilVBN that i.iKUKe IN name of •ANERS \M, l.AI-N• .Miami. '•' %  -.ml num.. ill court of HEREin OIVEN IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. No. 15171 Re: ESTATE OF HENRY C. GALLAGHER. Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. NOTICE Is herebj given thai I have filed my final report and petltlon tot Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estate of HENRY C OALLAI;III:R, deceased; and thai on the 24th day of August. 1946, will apply to the Honorable w r Blantoii. (Vuiity Judge of Dade County, Florida, foi approval of said final report and for final discharge as Ad. mlnlatratrlz of the estate of Henry C. < Sallagher, deceased. This j:!nl day ,.f July, 1946. MARIE GALLAGHER. MAX It. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. 7 U s 8-9-16 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fietitious name of THE CORAL WAV FOOD CENTER, .it 1256 Coral Way. .Miami, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KKKNARD STRUM WATER .SIDNEY CLICK Partners HAROLD SHAPIRO Attorney for Applicants 7/.-.-12-19-26 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that 11 nderslgned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name ot CITY HALL GARAGE, at II.10 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with tjie t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,, MAX GOLDSTEIN HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. Congress Bldg 16 • 2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring to engage In lui.-iiii .... under the fictitious name of LENA'S TOURIST CABINS, at Dade County, Florida, intends to register s.uiI name With the f'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FJORINDA ANGELINE SEKERICH, Sole Owner. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 MXE EPSTEIN. %  / Sole Owner. r* '' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" business under the fictitious name of KAY LETTER SERVICE, at s. W. 8th Street, in the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court Of Dade County, Florida. DOR! ITHY KOPELOW1TZ ROBERT MARKS 7/19-J6 %  :-:•-]<; NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA STATE CONTRACTORS, at ii"". :,tii Street, Miami Beach, Fla, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida HARRY SILVERMAN S'l I • NI: Y W El N S T EIN 7/5-12-19-^6 8/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES, at 1428 N, W 62nd St.. Miami, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk <.( the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CHARLES RUBIN BLANCHE RUBIN Sole Owners S. GROVER MORROW Attorney for Applicants .: 28 7 .1-12-19-26 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of DEPOT P.AUOAUE A: TRANSFER CO., It 1105 .1th Street, Miami Beach. Florida, intend t<. register said name With th.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Counti. Florida. MORTON RUBENSTEIN JOSEPH A I'ERWEILER MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicants. 7 19-26 8 -2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m business under the fictitious name of BUNNYSIDE CLEANERS, at 13 S \v. 12th Ave., In the city of Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cuuntv, Florida. JACK BREESKIN BOB GOCH VON ZAMFT, SIMON \KATZ, Attorneys for Applicants. 7/12-19-26 8/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI CAMERA MART, at 7.1,1 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RAY II. BROWN, JR. AD A. HOLLANDER ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants. 1010 Blscayne Bldg. 7/12-19-26 8/2-9 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA TRAVELAWN, at linul N. W. 7th Ave., Miami. Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cuuntv, Florida. HERBERT FRANKLYN ISAAC JoFFE. Attorney for Applicant. 1"W Blscayne Bldg. 7/12-19--26 8/5-9 IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT OF Fla IRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 101895. NOTICE TO APPEAR ANN It. GOLOB, Plaintiff, vs. Lolls GOLOB, 11. f.-ndant. TO: LOUIS col.OB. 1ST5 Nelson Avenue, Bronx 52, New York: YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED file an appearance In the above suit for divorce on the 12th day of August. 1946, Otherwise the allegations f said bin will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published in Th.Jewish Florldlan once each week for four 14) consecutive weeks This the llth day of July. A D. E B LEATHERMAN. Bj \V.\1 W. STOCKING, D.Ct ii' In ait Court Seal) ARONOV1TZ, WEINKI.K AARONOV'TZ. 74S Seyliold Bldg.. Miami. Florida. 7 12-19-21 8/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CENTER CLEANERS, at 1305 20th Street, Miami Beach, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of Dad.COUnty, Florida. ALBERT II BLUMBERG ISIDORE oooKI.ER SAMUEL tiooDMAN HAROLD SHAPIRO. Attorney for Applicants. 7/19-26 8, 2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI MERCHANDISING SERVICE, at 223 E. Flaglei Street, Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT DORFMAN ALLAN MACKOVKR WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Miami Merchandising Service $05 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida. 5-12-19-26 8/2 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned?, desiring to engage in business under the fietitious name of PATIO GRILLE, at 141.1 N. E. 2nd Ave.. in the City of Miami. Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. MAX ROSENTHAL JULIUS KLL'liER VON ZAMFT. SIMON & KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/12-19-26 S/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ADAMS GLASS SERVICE, at 1S05 Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ADAM RAHINOWITZ ABRAHAM KABINoWITZ IRVING RAHINOWITZ 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 ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet Building. Miami. Fla., Intends to register said name with the CJerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MURRAY KASTOFF .1 R, COZATT 1/28 T 5-12-19-26 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership lately existing between the undersigned, CORRINE EPSTEIN and MIRIAM POLAN. earning on the business known as FAY'S BAR & GRILLE. 9901 N. \V. 27th Avenue. Miami, Dade County, Florida, was on the 22nd day of July, 194C, dissolved by mutual consent and that the business In the future will be carried on by the said Corrlne Epstein alone, who will pay and discharge all debts and liabilities and receive all moneys payable to the said late firm MIRIAM POLAN CORRINE EPSTEIN HARRY DIETZ. Attorney. 7/26 8/2 is e ie ctj0n of Delicatessen-Appetizers-Meats-Poultry-Vegetables-Groceries iSiLI ADLER'S KOSHER MARKET ?t? f^Wct Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus, a Participating Member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director i SE ALL DAY SATirpnAY FREE DELIVERY PHONE 4-3926 Y SATURDAY • 1 %  • 1 ^^^^H "^fs^r^^r



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!W8sgK^-;^3j-r 26, 1946 ^Jewistinoridiari local fraternity at the X Miami, has been t i„lv 10, it was U*2% ZBT, the '{S WCiaj college f of Jewish students. of Beta Tau who will k charter members of Ler of ZBT are James tldgar M. Maltji-n. Icahn. Miami; Jack A. "Tchard Greenbaum uF Aeer, Miami Beach. K pledged to ZBT in Lure by a committee lLjty's alumni club in bh has more than one Cembers. I 0 [ the alumni club are lQlis, president; Irving president; Burghard usurer: Robert Turording secretary, and sin, corresponding secjj board of directors inIj Wagner, Herbert E. Bred Meyer, Marvin land Harry Gordon. Tau has 35 active ^ 42 alumni clubs. In fit has chapters at VirInington & Lee. Duke, klina, Tennessee, Kenfcderbilt, Alabama. LSU L Among its promiEni are Justice Felix Jr of the United States Jourt, William S. Paley lolumbia Broadcasting bvid H. Dietz, science [the Scripps Howard A Jack L. Warner of %  others pictures, Dr. A. minent psychiatrist. Its president is Samuel R. [well known in Miami circles. Herbert jst president of ZBT, L of the committee I Beta Tau for memf the Maternity. m o! the new chapter I to take place in the PAGE ELEVEN INSTITUTION of a local chapter of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity at the University of Miami was announced this week. Leaders of the group are (left to right) Marvin Freedman. ZBT Alumni ,Ji ei T re8en 1 bV e '' Edaar Maltzman treasurer; Ronald Ager, Lee Dover, general secretary of ZBT; James Kahn, president; Alan Kahn, Arthur Kline, secretary. I AVC ELECTS URMAN |Roth, Miami attorney. mously elected chairAmerican Veterans 1st a meeting last week lit park. Nominations | officers to be elected (re made. i are Major Robb and jjj. for vice chairmen; and Charles Freejary, and Irma SilverIBarbara Leeds, treasROSENTHAL NAMED PENN LINE COACH Jack Rosenthal, formerly of Miami, has been named a line coach for the University of Pennsylvania football team. A former grid star for Pennsylvania, he played right end and served as captain during the Duke and Navy games in 1944. A member of Miami AZA 322, he was graduated from Miami Senior High school in 1941 and attended the University of Florida during his freshman year. After his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania in 1945, he served as an ensign aboard a PCE in the Pacific area. While in service he was an athletic officer and assistant damage control officer. He and his family are making their home in Newark, N. J. GETS NATIONAL POST Rabbi Abram Prero, firmer director of the Hillel foundation at the University of Florida, has been appointed national director of B'nai B'rith Boys' work, it was announced in Washington, D. C, by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, director of the B'nai B'rith Youth organization. Since 1944, Rabbi Prero has been directing Hillel activities at the University of Manitoba in Canada. SEIBERLINC III;; TIRE ./"'sir ? H |Tim Watting Smooth? '•btf tin* you M In to MM DIXII tire %  pecUllsi for a % H on* or two ltraa -' aaed replacing, he will do j FP* to kelp you, and call you TWw new tires coma in. ^CAPPING ^^ J 4 Tom can save money by haying those *Ua aound side-walls recapped with a cleanI ^U? lh ** wlU %  **• Tou thousand* of miles pixie TIRE re ^VV>NS. ROSEMANS RETURN FROM HONEYMOON After honeymooning in New York and Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roseman have returned to Miami to make their home here. The bride is the former Miss Pearl C. Stein, daughter of Mrs. Eugene Grossman, 321 S. W. Ninth ave., and Mr. Roseman is the son of the Sam Rosemans, Brooklyn and Miami Beach. The wedding took place last month in New York at Temple Sinai with Rabbi Morris Rose officiating. Cousin of the bride, Mrs. Bernard D. Lefrak, South Orange, N. J., and Arthur Roseman attended the couple. Simmons Speaks At B'nai B'rith Luncheon Population Study Shows Decrease Among Jews There are 5,700,000 less Jews in the world now than there were in 1938, according to a study on "places where Jews lived in 1938 and 1946" released this week by the American Jewish conference. Total number of Jews in 1938 was 16,700,000; in 1946 there are only 11,000,000. In Europe, there were 9,450,000 Jews, or 56 per cent, in 1938. Today there are 3,500,000, or 31.8 per cent. These figures include Russia. The number of Jews in Palestine has increased from 440,000 (2.6 per cent) in 1938 to 600,000 (5.5 per cent) today. An increase is also noted in the United States where there were 4,800,000 (28.8 per cent) in 1938 in contrast to 5,300,000 (48.2 per cent) at the present time. Elsewhere in 1938, there were 2,010,000 (12.6 per cent) Jews; in 1946, 1,600,000 (14.5 per cent) reside outside of the areas listed above. Allen Simmons, executive secretary of the Mayor's Veteran's Housing committee, will be guest speaker at the regular luncheon meeting of B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at 12:15 today at the Downtown club. He will discuss the short-comings of the program in this area. Beautiful Estate, Private or Income. Large, lofly rooms, tile baths, porches, overlooking Bay. Concrete cellar, garage apt. Large corner, 6 lots. See today. 5991 N. E. 6lh Ct. Biscayne at 60th. Alka-Seltzer H AVE yon trial Alt. Ml Mr for CM M Mi la n aa, 4'J Soar StoMch. "M.rl After" and Old Mmt If not. why BotT PI prompt In action. Thirty l> and OR MIL .. NERVINE F OR reUef tram rmmHuaal Marvoun biiUrlniiMi •och aa OT iaj karoaaa. Crankiaaaa. KicftaWIMr. Narrow Hcadacn* and Ncrraan %  >• alcartioa. Tabteai IS* and I**. Liquid ltd and II.M. Baa4 dktaatioaa and OH coir aa diractad. ANTIPAIN PILLS^ V SINGLE Dr Mil* AntiA Paia Pill often ralna Haadacha, Maacalar P.iaa ar F.n.tl.n.l nU.tkly Paima — M for ltd, la* farfl.M. 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I PAGE TWELVE Jewish nvrldian ^^^*^^^^ IN THE GREATER MIAMI HOUSES OF WORSHIP MIAMI Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation (Orthodox), 590 S. W. 17th ayeRabbi Murray Qrauer, Cantor Maurice Mamches—Kabalaa BhabbOB, 7 P.m. Friday. Suturday mornliiK servleen. 9 a.m. Mlm-ha. 7:13 p.m. Talmud To rah dally from 9 a.m. till noon. Beth David Congregation (Conservative). 135 N. W. Third ave.. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S. Friedman — Rcirular Frlda> exeiilni; services, 7:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N. E. 19th St.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman— Itnlilii Zwilmun will read the Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m MIAMI BEACH Beth Jacob Congregation (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington ave.. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis _D. Feder—Friday evening services, 7:50 p.m. Adult Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10 n.m. Mlncha, 7:80 p.m., followed bj Blialos Budos, Religious Bcbool sessions, Monday through l-Ylday. %  a.m. till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative), 1415 Buclld ave., Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Cantor Emanuel Barkan—Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Saturday services, B R m. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mlncha, 7 p.m. Bhalos Budos, 7:15 p.m. Hoy Srout troop SB meeting, 7:80 p.m. Tuesday, Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), Chase ave. at 41st St.. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer —Frldav evening services, B:1S p.m. High Holy Days, Sept. 26. ON BEHALF oi the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, president, presents a check to Max Greerierg chairman oif the building committee, to help finance the addition to the Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave. With them are Mrs. J. Plotkin (left), treasurer oi the auxiliary, and Mrs. Moses Krieger. one of the Home* founders. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative The recent marriage of Miss Lillian Metz to Maurice Crystal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Crystal, of Montreal, Canada, is announced this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Metz, 212 S. Sapodilla ave., West Palm Beach. The couple, who were married at the Concourse Paradise. New York, are honeymooning on the St. Lawrence river, and will soon return to West Palm Beach to live. The bride, a native of New York city, was graduated from Palm Beach High school and attended junior college there. She was a member of the Beth El Temple faculty, and is the president of the B"nai B'rith Star.-. Mr. Crystal was recently discharged from the Royal Canadian Air force after four and one-half years of service. Harry Herzenberg. of Jacksonville, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414 Eighth st. Mr. Hcrzenberg, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, has lived in Jacksonville the past 40 years and for 25 years has served as executive secretary of the YMHA there. He is also a member of the Jacksonville Jewish center. Mrs. Sadie Howze will leave ir. August for an extended visit with relatives m New York. Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of Temple Beth Israel, presided at a meeting of consumers who formed an emergency organization demanding fair price control recently. Miss Barbara Shore of New York city is spending her summer vacation with her aunts, Mrs. Leo Gruner and Mrs. H. Elsky David Gruner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner, is vacationing in Pensacola with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner left for New York, when they will vacation for six weeks. They will spend the remainder of the summer in the Carolinas. UNITED FRONT SOUGHT BY ORTHODOX LEADERS BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOW1 LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM Strengthening of traditional Judaism into a united orthodox front will be initiated as a result of i e tenth annual convention of the Rabbinical Council of America held at Hunter, N. Y., recently. Also planned at the convention were extension of financial and political assistance in the physical rescue and spiritual rehabilitation of r^uropean Jewry and cooperation with the Palestine Yishuv in its struggle for respect and independence. In its design to revitalize traditional Judaism, the council will attempt to end duplication of effort among various orthodox organizations and will foster establishment of institutions of Jewish learning with a maximalist approach to Jewish education. Committee Heads Named Newly appointed committee chairmen of the Baltimore club of Greater Miami are Mrs. Fanny Nachamson, membership; Mr. O. Katzenell, sick and welfare and Harry R. Sherman, entertainment and program. At a meeting of the group held Tuesday at the Beach Y, a moonlight excursion was planned for August. BUY VICTORY BONDS1 *^^^^^^r^*MM C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MIZELL S I M O N MORTUARY N. W. Mlzell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle. Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Slreei • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. •€ %  <• SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Produett and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla r710S.W.I2thAV.MIAMr-| LtfZ. J-J4J/J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME Itx New York: 76lh St. and Amsterdam Are. nupAj^njY The DUX cluTo, Picnic at Greynoltf, day, according to rjh president. Trucks wif Miami Y at 10 MB, and i may come stag or d Sokolow is chairman of tt Twenty boys attended th( breakfast at the Miami morning when Dave spoke on "German fl Another breakfast is ned for th egroup ne OBITU Ajjp MARGOLIFi MM-ROM MarJSSri, hospital last Thursday i here from Detroit 20 VM Ived at 4 S W. F„Vi?2 I in K are her husband, li eon. Riverside .Memonu in churgt of futiera NUSSBAUM A. NuHBbiium, 70 year,, lgth st., Miami H..aoh,TJ Peterson, N. J.. where IT, Uonlna;. HI" wife, SadS Beach; two sons. Sum Peterson; two .lauKhimV Atkins anil Mrs. Peart I Paterson, and four gram vlve him While | n i_ where he lived f..r 12 jljl member of the Miami B* Center anil owner of nj house, funeral servlem Paterson. LEVY Itertram Levy, 2:. of < 19th ter.. died suddenly t£l 11 hospital In Salisbury. M4 1 to New York. Surviving 1' mother, Mrs lleatrlcc „ brother, Ira, and a gnndba rls Levy, ail of Miami He %  of the late P.ivld L. Leri cently returned to Miami 1 lng three years with the Aii vi, es wenheld Wednesday 1 at the (Jordan Funeral MONUMENT "Miami's Oldest and I Operated Of SIDNEY H. Pi You need no 6 to 10 months to 1 monuments. We I large selection mediate delivery. All Styles of Hel Lettering and! Phone For an AppotoS 3279 S. 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7>^W^THE JEWISH UNITY
o& THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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PRICE: TEN CENTS
Known Dead in Jerusalem Hotel Blast
Ihite Paper Blames
fish Defense Units
July 24-T lint-
Lent issued today a
L- disclosing I rma-
Led from intercepted
Iwhichlcd to the recent
(more than 2,51 I Jews
tte papci sai! the in-
|led to thesi conclu-
jHagana the il-
tryorganizati ;. known
h "carefully planned
idsabotagi viol-
f the guise of I e Jew-
ice movement."
f, organizations worked
political control of
m the J> i ency;
1 illegal Irgun Zvai Lc-
kked since last autumn
tion with high
pftheHagan..:. on cer-
i operations;
[ nok) station Kol Is-
daiu to be "the
p i.mce
Heads
y Drive
movement," has been working j
under the direction of the Jewish I
Agency and has b( en support- j
ing these organizations.
In Jerusalem, it was reported I
that Britain may impose collec- '
tive fines and economic sanctions i
on the Jewish community unless j
it cooperates in rounding up the
perpetrators of the King David
hotel bombing.
The sources said British might
also make extensive arrests among
the Jewish community unless as-
sistance is forthcoming in round-
ing up members of the Irpun Zvai
Leumi and stern underground
groups which plastered the city
with posters saying "We Did It."
The JeVish quarter displayed
great uneasiness as British troops, :
heavily armed, patrolcd the sec-
tor. The British cruiser Liver-
pool dropped anchor opposite the
port of Jaffa.
mighUn PaSne onMnnT resis,1ancefo^^ penetrated into the citadel of British military
ho?el here Sna a tt ^""l J0" pait ^^ headquarters in the King David
72 S^Jffij as of WednePsedTynS' ^^ +*** icers and ending I, with
ssStSS*- tPw13' psrms:. wsps:
_____^,lowingJhe blast- which occurred around noon, a rigid curfew was clamped down on
--------------------------=>the
Truman Order
Hits Refugees
BERLIN (JTA)A recent pre
idential directive ordering U. S.
immigration quotas spread among
refugees in all countries instead
of only in the American zone of
Germany as originally directed
by President Truman last D, cem-
bi-r, has slashed immigration
from Germany to the United
States by two-thirds during the
month of July, it was learned
here.
Home Receives
New Lot, Funds
. Rivkin I \ named
h Y's
I building fun,! drive
lc-: Weinkle, presi-
de -
primel lasl t to
: thi
Bmittee. Tl drive
?*sometim< is fall
f^' 1,000
local j, .. war
[Mies, Rivk n ; was
Ndc-rs,.;- tion.
Were c n Mi.
|r?A and |t.nt
I
larc b"'" d na-
aimande! the
fans,
Upset Expected
On Immigration
JERUSALEM (JTA)The Brit- ]
ish government, prior to the
bombing of the Kins David hotel
this week, was expected to an-
nounce that it will agree to ad-
mit 100,000 displaced Jews into
Palestine, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency learned from highly
placed sonic, B.
If at the time of the announce-
ment, the Anglo-American ex-
perts who are now conferring
have not completed their delibera-
tions, as seems likely, the British
will immediately make available
20,000 immigration certificates, to |
be used in the period before the
London talks are concluded.
High Commissioner Sir Alan
Cunningham's trip to London is
believed to be connected with the
imminent British announcement.
While in London he may partici-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Heretofore the German quota,
for example, was filled entirely
by German refugees residing in
the American zone who could
meet all other requirements.
I Under the new order, however,
the total German quota is dis-
tributed among all countries so
that German refugees now resid-
ing in England or other countries
can also emigrate to the United
States.
municipal ana. Tw,, men
and one woman are reported to
have been arrested while fleeing
the scene of the explosion.
The attack, which apparently
was carefully planned, went off
with clock-work precision. Ten
minutes before the hotel expli -
sion, a speeding car threw a gren-
ade into the office of a taxicab
company adjoining the hotel.
When the soldiers guarding mili-
tary headquarters rushed to the
scene, five armed men invaded
the basement of the hotel and
placed explosives and detonators.
i/mT, w th. Kitchen personnel were warned
s I to leave the building.
According to first reports, a
bomb was exploded outside the
military headquarters a few min-
utes before the main blast in an
attempt to draw persons from the
building, in order to reduce the
number of casualties, but the
warning was either unnoticed or
disregarded.
Hundreds of troops are at work
in the dehcis, attempting to ine
persons still trapped in the ruins
and uncover the bodies of those
killed by the explosion. The
In Berlin, the old quota system
provided for the emigration of
300 Germans, but in July this
figure was cut to 100. The Polish
allotment, formerly 25, is now
eight, while the Baltic, Rumanian
and Hungarian quotas have either
been wiped out completely or set
at one person per month.
The present backlog on the
Polish quota has reached such
proportions that Polish nationals
applying for immigration to the
United States must wait at least
two years and possibly more,
since many are applying each day
at the same time that the visa
allotments are decreasing.
Purchase of a n ceipt of SI 1,000 for building ex-
pansion was announced at a meet-
: executives of the Jewish
Hotne for the Aged last Thurs-
day, according to Judge Harold
S| 11, president.
The lot. valued at $3,000, was
bought and presented to the |
home by
auxiliary which also gave $1,500
to the Home's building fund. Mrs.
Louis Herzog is president of the
town auxiliary.
A check for $6,000 was pre-
sented by the Miami Beach Wom-
en's auixiliary which is headed
by Mrs. Bnjamin Sherry. Individ-
ual gifts of $3,500 were also an-
nounced.
The two women's divisions will
join with the men's group in con-
ducting a capital fund raising
drive this fall under the chair-
manship of Sydney L. Weintraub.
Mr. Weintraub will announce his
committees in the near future.
The new lot, situated on S.W.
Third st at Twelfth ave., adjoins
the Home which is located at
S. W. Fourth st. and Twelfth ave.
U. S. May Compromise
On Jewish Immigration
LONDON (JTA)The United
States may be willing to com-
promise on the number of Jews
to be admitted to Palestine and
agree on the entry of less than
the 100,000 which has been de-
manded on several occasions by
President Truman, according to
a source close to the U. S. mem-
: rs of the joint Anglo-American
committee, which is meeting
(CONTINUED ON
Truman Deplores Terror
President Truman issued a
statement deploring the "acts of
terrorism" in the bombing in
Jerusalem, and warning that r pi-
tition "might well retard the ef-
forts" for peaceful solution of the
Palestine problem.
"Such acts of terror will not ad-
vance, but on the contrary might
well retard, the efforts that are
being made, and will contintli to
be made, to bring about a peace-
ful solution of this difficult prob-
lem," he said.
force of the blast catapult, d sev-
eral bodies across the street in
front of the hotel and according
to eyewitnesses at least one per-
son was blasted into fragments.
(CONTINUED ON PACE 6)
,___-"" (continued ON page 8) allotments are decreasing. u"-,s UL "" >""" ""'" *.......7 "" as uiasieu into iragl
--------------------------------------------------------------------------1______----------------------------- committee, which is meeting ------------
,, iCONTINUED ON PAGE 6) (CONTINUED ON PAGE I
*mn Okays Drive for $675,000 Silver hWd Y Vice President
shin Jin '.mon/ii' Anne ix waaaIim 4V\n *vaf*ittliro pnmmilli*c witn till'
fe ,unds dl '' -
t;. 5 'ved
tl M wish
,T: : I the
u*t,hesani( time
. and
Bar*,: -"-
l.'e
K&W.0O0, the
r>oo....... and
Cf lts drive last
El '>P< of
ship an agency does not receive
funds from Federation.
A suggestion that Federation
make a survey of the local Jew-
ish population in 1947 and 1950
was offered by Morris Klass, ex-
ecutive director, in his report to
the board. The agency made its
first population study in 1944.
Klass believes that a similar sur-
vey in 1950 will be invaluable for
comparison to national census
figures in that year.
"If we have three local surveys
by 1950, they will give us a sound
basis on which to plan for the
community's future," he said.
Standing committee chairmen
named for 1946-47 by President
Max Orovitz are Chas. Cohen and
Sam Lachman, collections; Harry
Boyell, publicity; Benjamin Mey-
ers, general fund raising; Maurice
Furman, rating; Rabbi Max Sha-
piro, nominations.
These chairmen will serve on
the executive committee with the
officers: Orovitz, Abe Goodman,
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Myers,
Herbert Scher, Monte Selig, Jacob
Sher, William D. Singer and Carl
W. inkle.
Elected from the board at large
to serve on the executive com-
mittee were Sam Blank, Harry
Cornblum, Irving Fiankel, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Elry Stone. Alex Van
Straaten, M. J. Kopelowitz, E
Phillips, J. Gerald Lewis,
Milton Sirkin, Joseph R. Stein,
Leon Kaplan. Isaac Levin
Harold Turk.
Named to the budget comm ttee
rare Mrs. Sol Leslie, Sidney Lef-
court, Leon Kaplan, Abe .
man, Herbert Scher. Max Meisel,
George Wolpert. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, David Brown, Charles
Cohen, Ned Sail and Maurice
Cromer, This committee will se-
I, ct its own chairman
Max R. Silver became vice
lent of the Miami Y and
chairman of its hoard of directors
in an election held Wednesday
evening to fill a vacancy create
by tl resignation of George
Chertkof, president.
Leon Kaplan, who had been
s, rving in the offices Silver now
has, was tipped to president.
At the meeting, Sam Seitlin
was elected to the board of di-
Mrs. I rectors. Leo Ackerman, chair-
man of the campaign committee,
reported on the forthcoming
drive. Negotiations for purchase,
oi additional property are now
being made- by the Y.
The new vice president has
been a number of the Y board for
a numbei ol years and was for-
merly a vice president of the
,1, wish Social Service bureau. He
is legal aid attorney for the Dade
County Bar association.
:ind
Ge>od-
uh Floridian Makes Hospital Survey See Page 3





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PAGE TWO
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Gross-
Mr. and Mrs. David Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry
1786 S. W. 10th St., flew back berg and Sidney left Weanes-
to Miami recently after a four I day morning for Mississippi
week vacation. Their first stop and North Carolina They will
was in Cleveland, Ohio, where be away three weeks Mr-
they attended the wedding of and Mrs. Dave Blank, 4307 N.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gold- Alton rd.. are leaving today for
berg. From there they pre- a five week stay m New York
ceeded io Columbus to attend Mrs. Tillie Rosen.hal, 717
the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson ave., and sons. Hob-
Sam Lubin. Mrs. Lubin is the ert and Jeffery. are vacationing
former Doris Stone. Chicago, in Akron, Ohio .
Youngstown, Ohio, Albany, N., vVith wives and children va-
Y, and New York city were 'cationing, Miami has an abund-
other points on their trip ance of "grass bachelors" in
Dr. and Mrs Benjamin Landau town. Among them are Joseph
will motor to Chicago on Aug. Lipton, Leonard Abess, Mitchell
1 to visit with their son-in-law Wolfson, George Talianoff,
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milt Friedman, Martin Donin.
Kenneth Ut*, and Chicago Harry Weitzman, Jack Burris,
friends. Arnold Leffer and Arthur Frish-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher man Miamians at Duncrag-
and Lloyd and hwin, 1618 West gan inn in Hendersonville are
ave., are vacationing in New Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rauzm
York, New Hampshire, and in and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Canada. They will be away ris Friedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
a month In New York are Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. C M. Peretzman, Hirsch, Mr and Mrs. I. L. Reis-
926 15th St., who will be joined man and Patsy, Mrs. Charles
by their sen, Bill, at the end of Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Max Sam-
the month. Now stationed in uels and Mr. Ben Kudevitz .
Virginia, Bill expects his dis- The wi]d west ^ calling the
charge from the Navy after two Harold A. Kopplins. 23 N. Hi-
The Peretz- biscus dr., who will leave to-
morrow for a six weeks' vaca-
GABLES GROUP PLANS
PUBLIC MEETING
A meeting to which the public
Is invited will be held by the
Coral Cables Jewish Center
group Sunday evening, Aug. 4,
.it the Hillel House, according to
Sam Silver, president.
Mrs I. M. Weinstein will re-
View either "The Secret War
Against the Soviet Union" or
"The Great Conspiracy" by Say-
i rs and Kahn.
SETS WEDDING DATE
Mi. and Mrs. Charles Schecter,
1320 Drexel ave.. announce the
ement of their daughter,
Evelyn, to Jack Manhoff. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Manhoff.
Ocean Drive hotel. The wedding
has been set for Aug. 25 in Miami.
Miss Schecter was graduated
from Miami Senior High school.
A native of Philadelphia. Mr.
U si rved with the Army
for five years.
service,
mans' daughter, Katherine, will
fly north in August to vacation ,ion m Las Vegas, Nevada.
with her family .
Mr. and Mrs. Max
They will fly via Chicago to
Mintzer visit friends there Mrs
and family are vacationing in Randolph Shevach returned
the Carolinas ... Mr. and Mrs from Manhassett, N. Y., after
Sam Sussman are now spend- a three week visit there. She
ing their vacation in the north took her son, Allen Brooks, to
. Marx Feinberg has joined Brant Lake camp Mrs. Lou
his wife and their children, Zissen and daughter, Barbara,
Gerclyn and Jan, in Henderson- recently returned to Miami
ville. The family will return after vacationing in Ohio. Mr.
in about three weeks Mrs. Zissen is on a trip to Ohio and
Jack Hirsch will leave for New New York on business. He
York Wednesday to join her will return shortly .
son i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolotin
Mr. and Mrs. S A. Goodman and children, Susan and Lynn,
are in Saratoga. N. Y., and are are visiting here from Rockville
expected back the early part Center, N. Y. Mrs. Bolotin is
of August Joe Resnickoff the sister of Mrs. Nathan T.
will return to New York this Dubler, who is now in New
week end after spending a York. She joined her daughter,
week with his brother-in-law Leila, there and is visiting her
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H parents, the Abram Kaneshef-
Siegel Mrs Ruth Bender skys. Mr. and Mrs. Kaneshef-
and daughter, Maxine, left for sky will make their home in
St. Louis to visit relatives. They Micmi this winter Mrs.
will be away about three Dubler and Mrs Sam Badanes
, gave a shower for Mrs. Rose
weeks ... *
Goldbergs Reside Here
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg.
who wiie married several weeks
ago in Colombus, Ohio, are mak-
ing tli' ii' home here at 1754 S.W.
15 st. Mrs. Goldberg is the for-
mer Miss Pearl Graver, daughter
of Mrs. Sadie Graver of Lorraine,
Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. William D.
Singer, and Mr. and Mrs. David
Singer of Miami attended the
wedding. Mr. Goldberg is the
r of Mis. William D. Singer.
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Toback, July 17, at the home of
Mrs. Morris Marks. A sterling
silver candlebra and tray set
were presented to her.
Miss Toby Shiekman, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Shiek-
man, is vacationing. Following
her graduation from Miami
Beach High school in February,
she plans to enter Rollins col-
lege.
Emanuel Gordon is now at
home, 721 N. W. First St., from
Jackson Memorial hospital .
Morris Klass left yesterday to
be with his wife and children
for three weeks in the Caro-
linas. They will spend some
time in Blowing Rock Nat
Hankoff, president of the Miami
Beach Hotel Owners associa-
tion, left Wednesday with his
wife for a vacation which will
take them to Gray's inn, Jack-
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Miss Freedman Engaged
The engagement of Miss Jac-
queline Lois Freedman to Ensign
Ralph J. Evans is announced this
week by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jess H. Freedman, 258 N. W.
39th st.
After the wedding, which will
be an event of the early winter,
the couple will reside in Miami
where Ensign Evans will attend
the University of Miami.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
J. Evans, Norwood, Ohio, has
been in the Navy since 1943 and
is now stationed at the Miami
Naval Air station, Opa Locka.
Miss Freedman was graduated
from Miami Edison High school.
Marines Seek Queen
An elimination contest to find
Miss Semper Fidelis will be held
at the Crystal ballroom of the
Poinciana hotel at 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day, according to Alfred Leffer,
commandant of the Miami Beach
detachment. Marine Corps lea-
gue. Don Rich will be the master
of ceremonies.
The league will hold the final
contest Nov. 10 at a grand ball to
be held at the Blackstone hotel
with proceeds to be given to the
National Children's Cardiac Home
and Mercy hospital. There is no
admission for the Sunday night
affair.
He Shares The Wealth!
Our Boss,...............
firmly believes in
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IT4I M. MIAMI AVE. **
Mlaml'i huptr Fas Hum
n 61st Birthday
The 61st birthri-.
Dia.no,,,. ,:o hdwa>-oh
celebratedatapaSSijl
et 75 a
wife
Club Bali with
tending. This waift!!!
JS ,n any yea* fl
resident i l0 *
m0nd -1K ro*J
0 where he o^ffj
A ": "' "f TemnU
Elks, the M,ami Round'
Christians and Jews ,
Cross, the Florida a^J
Workers tor the Blind
B'rith Sholem lodge. "
Excerpts from two
Light programs wen rj
e' gathering by Rabb,.
Machtei and Dan Satin, da
of the Muni Elks lodge
guests at th party watt,
mond |n n, Mr. J]
Meyer Miller and their |
vey, and Mr. and Mr
Diamond and their
Temple Miss Frances i,
Mr, Dian iter-in-k
Rose Dian md, his niece.;
and Mrs. J. Bronfon,aHi
more, join d in the celeb
Among .: : who M|
were Dr. M Reckson, CM
missioned James Dunn. I
Cleary and Mr. and Mrs.|
Patrick.
Party Set for Sundo
A Pidj n Haben in ha
Allyn Howard, son of
Mrs. Merle Jacobson, 21341
Coral way. will b<- held |
Jacobson home Sunday
to 6 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jacob
Mrs. Abe Labbc of Pitaj
and Mr. Jack Miller of Ball
will be in Miami for the afj
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,ULY 26, 1946_
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PAGE THREE
W*&&Zj&J!PJ!ion on Jiwish Hospital
lot ?re CuZS Tewrv? In the interest 222? ****** that Federation and the u ...u;_L _______ -^
In the interest
d other local residents who will
I to contribute to the Mt. Sinai hospital
i d The Jewish Floridian in the next
Iks' will make a survey of what the Miami
wants its hospital to be-
I trustees oi the proposed hospital are
with leaders of the Greater Miami Jew-
2?ation on plans for the $2,000,000 cam-
vhich will be conducted to finance the
of the hospital, a Federation committee
. a study lo determine what kind of
is needed.
survey being made by The Jewish
is in no way connected with Federa-
te officials of the hospital. But this
er's poll will inevitably have an in-
upon the hospital because it will reflect
5 of potential contributors and patients.
answering the following questions and
them to The Jewish Floridian, Box 2973,
g, you can have a voice in the planning
It. Sinai hospital.
HOSPITAL SURVEY
|vou favor the establishment of a hospital
Ban
fund? I* a! u .? n0t' who shou'd raise
funds for the hospital? The trustees?
^deration? If neither wha y
would you suggest? y '
ducTed ta PaSt eight ,years' Fede'a'ion ha. eon-
ducted its campaign for maintenance funds for
?JZ\US membGr agGnCies- A Joi"' hospital-
Federation campaign would mean that Federa-
ion would be seeking capital funds as well as
maintenance funds The coordinated campaign
has been supported by some as a means of elimi
noting competition)
4. Who should have the responsibility for financ-
ia maintenance of the hospital after it is
established? ._______
Should the hospital become a Federation-
supported agency? __ If so. to wha.
extent should Federation's power over the ad-
ministration of the hospital be?
6.
If so, which agency?
Tourists as well as local residents will use
the facilities of the hospital. Should these out-
of-towners be asked to contribute to the hos-
pital drive? ---------------- Should other com-
munities be solicited? ___________ If so, which
ones? South Florida? North
Florida? ---------------- Which other areas?
With Greater Miami's tourist population play-
ing a dominant role in its medical service
structure, what arrangements do you think
should be made to assure adequate medical
care for local residents at the proposed hos-
pital? .______________________
The hospital is chartered as a non-sectarian
institution. Do you think there should be any
preferential arrangement in the matter of staff-
ing the hospital with doctors and nurses?
If so, what would you suggest?
[Greater Miami Jewry?
keie do you think the hospital should be
1 in order lo serve the needs of this area
peals of the proposed hospital have been
j bayside pi uperties to find a hospital site
[ serve all of Greater Miami.)
(By virtue of its incorporation as a non-profit
institution and the fact that charity cases will no
doubt be served, the hospital will probably incur
a deficit. Federation officials have already indi-
cated that Federation will study the problems of
maintaining the hospital and of the entire Federa-
tion-hospital relationship in the near future.)
5. Should the hospital have an autonomous ad-
ministration? Or should some
community agency supervise it?
BEACH SYNAGOGUE TO BE FINISHED SOON
' i
9. What cities or areas should be served by the
hospital?_____________________________
10. Are you in favor of provisions being made for
the observance of dietary laws in the hospital
kitchen?___________
11. If you have any other suggestions or com-
ments about the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital
please feel free to include them with this
questionnaire.
12. Your name and address will be kept in strict
confidence. If you prefer, you may send in
the questionnaire unsigned.
CHAUTAUQUA SOCIETY
QUITS FEDERATION
Community Chest Drive
Set for November
mm
.nt
fcwticn of Beth Tfilah
Be, Miami B will be
next four
to Rabbi
IE Rack Pictured
drawing
-
! at Ninth with the
on Euclid avi the syna-
1 per ci nt finished.
dr.d b y of the
itrticture hav< been in-
stalled and work is now being
done on the roof.
When completed, the synagogue,
which is strictly orthodox, will
seat between 600 and 650. It is
the first "musaph sfard" (Seph-
ardic) institution in Greater Mi-
ami, the rabbi reports.
The congregation is now launch-
ing the sale of bricks to help
finance the construction. Rabbi
Rackovsky will officiate at High,
Holy Day services.
Dissatisfied with its allocate n
from the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the Jewish Chautau-
qua Society withdrew from the
agency this week.
In a letter to Federation, Arthur
L. Reinhart, executive secretary
; of the society, said that the group
| would solicit individual member-
ships in this area following its
| withdrawal. Major portion of its
| funds are obtained in this way in
other cities, he said.
The 1946 Federation allocation
to the society was $40 plus a $10
gift from a local resident.
Circle to Hear Author
J. Lazarson, noted Yiddish au-
thor and pedagogue, will speak
in Yiddish on "The Women in
Yiddish History" for the Work-
men's Circle, branch 692. of Mi-
ami Beach Sunday night at 8:30
at the Workmen's Circle lyceum,
25 Washington ave. All are wel-
come to attend.
The Community Chest cam-
paign will be held this year from
Nov. 15 to 28, rather than the
usual January dates. Frank J.
K( lly, president, has announced.
By having the campaign in No-
\ ember, thi Miami area will ob-
serve the same campaign period
as that of more than 700 other
cities in raising funds for health,
welfare and recreation services.
Max Orovitz has been appoint-
ed chairman of the budget com-
Imittee for the coming year by the
executive committee. The bud-
get committee supervises all fi-
nancial transactions of the Chest
and its member agencies, receiv-
er*
ing monthly reports and alloting
funds on a monthly basis. Mr.
Orovitz is also president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Lanci.-xape
Fed for Winter
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allot racing
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usl con-
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of the
the soil used for banking the two
turns. The remaining island has
been landscaped with coconut
palms and shrubbery, and the en-
tire infield area will contain beds
of acalphas, crotons, ixoras and
hibiscus by the time the race
course is open.
Geese and swans are also to be
procured to dress up the infield
lake, while the entire area will
have a backdrop of palm trees to
make it one of the most beautiful
race tracks in the land.
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Two operas, "La Boheme" and
"The Barber of Seville," will be
presented by the Miami Opera
Guild next winter, Dr. Arturo di
Filippi, the Guild's director, an-
nounces.
Dr. di Filippi left this week for
New York to engage artists who
will sing the principal roles. The
Guild's local chorus and a local
orchestra will complete the opera
personnel.
"La Boheme" will be presented
Jan. 11, 13, 14 and 16 in Miami
and Jan. 17 in Ft. Lauderdale,
while "The Barber of Seville"
will be given on March 1, 3
and 4.
Operettas will also be produced
by the organization next year.
Their first performance will be
Oscar Straus' "Chocolate Sol-
dier" to be presented late next
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LODGE SMOKER
SET FOR SUNDAY
Professional entertainment and
a mock marriage will highlight
the Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith,
membership smoke r to be held at
Temple Israel at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Stage stars who will entertain
include Jimmy Leeds, master of
ceremonies currently appearing
at the Olympia theatre; Gertrude
Bonde. well-known .songstress,
formerly of Leon and Eddie's in
New York city; Ellen Varga, exo-
tic dancer who recently conclud-
ed an engagement at the Hotel
Nacional in Havana, and other
stage and night club artists.
Amateur feature of the ev
ning will be the mock main.ig'
ceremony in which Ben Essen,
Burnett R th, Fred K. Shochet,
Max R, Silver and Sam Silver
will participate.
Ab( An novitz, past president
of th< lo Ige, will be honored on
the occasion I is approaching
iage.
The Sir t smoker Is
Julj cial e vents
d by B'l ..: 15'rith in its
ign to enroll
: 000 nev men b< rs, Lou Heiman,
i membership
In chaigi of
, Max R. Silver.
ct, S B. Miller,
in anil Alex

nee fi 'lie at the
tel, Sunday
Aim 11. will climax the
be li iw.
The !:. f< itun a floor
.11 be awi
the winnil I the drive.
odg and
ited to attend.
: to con-
I -hould
thii ol 1,000 new members
FRIDAY
njLYj
SAMPLING .he cigars to be served at the B noi B nthi Sholem
lodge smoker Sunday evening are 1. lo r.) Charles B^ Jacob
son Al Pallot. Abe Aronovitz and Alex Cohen. The member
ship affair will be held at Temple Israel._______________________
Rabbi to Study in N. Y..
Visit National Agencies
J
1 IN SURVEY
BAR REVIEW CLASS
A 1 i i t o
thi Octo- thoritics
in was pi ned
bj K Albert
ttomi ''. Classes
conducted at 223 E.
I r st.
Pall nducted this course
I xamination
19: 3, except
lien hi as on active
duty v. th tl -; Navy.
Th< more than 140 .) I di i
tors of Dadi county are providing
iti n for the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Fedi ration'.- hospital
survey, it was revealed this wee k.
Information on th< ir scientific
anil tei nil training an
i nee is sought in qui si
naires sent to the Jewish phys ic-
ians. In addition, Federatii
requested information regarding
tl. ii patients and their oppor-
tunities for stal' nmi nts on
local hospital staffs and the ni i d
for hospital fai ilities for their
patients.
"The response has been excel-
lent," Morris K....-.-. i xecutive di-
rector of F< lie ration, said, "Th. h
ation will mean much tow-
ard the succi of tin mk v( -."
A membi r of the sin v y com-
ittei has be :. visiting li cal
hospitals and nursing registrii
tins week to secure data relative
; to the study.
Population trends on an annuali
and seasonal ba havi been n -
ceived from city and county au-
railroads and other
transpoi tation facilitii s.
Private and public agencies and
government aul ties in the
health field as wi II as ti e Coun-
cil of Social Ag< in : s, li cal
rid 1 i ol Miami
and Miami B have i xpr< ssed
tin ir di sire t ... in tl e study,
Klass stated.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, of the
Beth Jacob congregation, has i, it
for N. w V. rk to attend an insti-
tute on public relations for Jew-
11 mmunity leaders being of-
at the- Yeshiva university.
He will also take a number of
Icoursi in rabbinical and historic
[studies at the Harry Fischel
ol for Highei Jewish Studies
pursuance ol a doctor of
Hebrew le tters degree.
Rabbi Mescheloff will discuss
tl e establishment i I a Florida
state chaplaincy at the national
headquarters u Veterans. Hi will visit Mi/rachi
headquarters to plan the estab-
lishment of a Bublick Forest in
Palestine and will also attend an
e.\e cutive meeting of the Rabbi-
nical Council of America and the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregate n.- of America,
To obtain backgn und material
for a Greater Miami Yeshiva Pa-
! schoi il, the' pabbi will visit
a number of parochial schools in
New York, as well as national
Jewish offices on whose direc-
torate he serve's.
Mrs. Mescheloff will join him
n Aug. 4 and they will be away
until early in Si ptember.
3 SIMPLE STEPS
To RELIEVE That Dull,
Ache All Over Feelinq
of a
COLD
HERBERT BLATES PLAN
MIAMI RESIDENCE
After honeymooning in Havana
and m Connecticut, Mr. and Mrs.
erl Blate will make their
home in Miami. The Blatts were
man ied on July 14 in the home
Dr. Jacob J. Golub, director of of the bride's brother and sister-
the Nev. Y rk Hospital for Joint in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Diseases, is analyzing the ma- Weinstein, 1200 S. W. 17th tcr..
tcial receivi I so far and expects with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
to make anothei visit to M fficiating.
as sin n as the matt rial gathered
neci sitates a meeting of the sur-
vey c< :i mitti i .
Beach Vets Organize
A membei ve is bi ing
held by the newly organized Mi in the home followed and later a
Tl e bride is the former Miss
Berl Weinstein, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Weinstein of New
Haven. Conn. Mr. Weinstein gave
his sister in marriage. Victor
Blate, Winter Haven, was best
man for I broth* r. A reception
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A Alka-Seltzer, start taking it
nt once to relieve the Doll,
Aching Head, and the Stiff,
Sore Muscles.
BBe careful, avoid drafts and
sadden changes in tempera-
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bed. Keep warm, eat sensi-
bly, drink plenty of water or
irait juices. Be sure to get
enough Vitamins.
C Comfort your Sore,"' Raspy
^ Throat, if caused by the cold,
by gargling with Alka-Selt-
zer. If fever develops, or
symptoms become .more
acute call your doctor.
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Take it for Headache, Muscular
Pains and for Indigestion, Gas on
Stomach, when caused by excess
stomach acid.
'At your drug store Large
package 6. Small package *H,
by the glass at soda fountains.
am; ''" I : apti i i i thi Am-'ii- wedding dinn< r was served at the
can Veterans' committee, an- Versailles hotel.
nounced Edward Fn idson, newly
eh I'ti'd chairman.
Other of! e Rob< it Pow-
ell, vice chairman; Dr. George
Graham, secretary; Jack I.
treasurer, and Raymond Bi
sergeant-at ai n
Mr, Blate', a former Army ma-
jor, spent 38 months in the Euro-
pe an theater. Prior to entering
si rvice, he was a studi nt at the
Universities of Florida and Ala-
bama. The bride attended schools
n Xe w Haven.
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When Leonard Moriber dis-
CUSSed the Jewish problem in
Europe at the Miami Beach Zion-
ist district luncheon Wednesday,
he' was speaking as an eye-wit-
ness.
Winner of the Congressional
Medal of Honor, Moriber was re-
cently discharged as a captain
after serving in the African, Ital-
ian, Austrian, French and Ger-
man theaters of war. He was a
member of the committee that
visited President Truman last
week on behalf of the Jewish
War Veterans to protest Britain's
Palestine policy.
"It was swell talking to the
SEAT COVERS AND TOPS ^
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;81.dl(nt- 'heanTJ
ng all he c n^'
""""k fr the *J
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I called "'
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"" "' languished Sba
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Presidenw-
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With I- urragerc fa,
:"nu them.
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LEONARD MORIBER (extreme left, back row), of |
on hand when a delegation oi Jewish War Veterans \
President Truman last week that they would recruit a |
of Jewish soldiers for services in Palestine ii he ey
American troops are necessary to facilitate Jewish i^
tion to the Holy Land. Also pictured are Benjamin ]
Washington, D. C; JWV Past National Commander j
Harris, Meriden, Conn.; Capt. Hershel Auerbach, Naj
city: President Truman. Chaplain Shephard Z.
York city; LL Col. Milton J. Richman, Hartotd, Cod
Paul J. Robin, Providence, R. !
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Id,na2 the area is being
UPJ following i unani-
. approval by repres.nla-
0f the Sholrm and Miami
&-
and Geo-ge Berlman-
.ident of the Beach group.
^ pointing comm.lt to
i! with representative of
Diaries and youth group.
Led with Bnai B nth
U expected!, -.a. the coun-
employ a professional
EpsPlan Dance
Summer Rushing
Lee at the Nassau hotel
4 will begin summer
for Pl Epsilon Phi fra-
Burt Young is in charge
Tdance and entertainment,
[the Seven Seas restaurant
L 3 the PI" Epa will meet
tn-ance of "Phi Ep" day,
u festivity for Phi Eps
ghout the country. Morton
CiU and Stanley Pred are
tag the details.
|s. Goldstro::.. Miami Beach
^ hat announced his affilia-
ith Harold R. Davis, Inc.,
ta road realt> firm.
COCKTAIL PARTY
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PAGE FIVE
B'NAI B'RITH ENTERTAINS BEACH RESIDENTS
U DRIVE LEADER
Professional men of Miami
Beach will be guests at a cock-
tail party to be held on the mez-
zanine of the Shelborne hotel
from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday. The
affair will be part of the mem-
bership drive of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith lodge which will also
hold a smoker on Tuesday, Aug. 6.
Harold Turk is chairman of the
cocktail party. His committee
includes Dr. Julius Pearson, Har-
old Shapiro and Dr. Donald
Mishnoff.
The smokerfor men only-
will take place at the National
hotel under the chairmanship of
Arthur Frishman. Night club
entertainment and refreshments
will be on the evening's program.
Mr. Frishman promises "a mini-
mum of speeches."
Jack Abbott, chairman of the
Chanir. to Confer With
Workmen's Circle
N. Chanin, national education
director of the Workmen's circle,
will be guest speaker at a special
meeting of the circle's Vladeck
branch 699 of Miami, to be held
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Miami
Y.
Mr. Chanin will discuss prob-
lems faced by the local Work-
men's circles in the September
reopening of the Yiddish schools
maintained by them in Miami and
Miami Beach.
Persons holding tickets for the
boat ride planned in June, but
postponed, may use them Aug. 4.
The boat will leave Pier 6 at 8
p.m.
CENTER PRIUFCT
HAS BJE SUPPORT
DASHEFF SUCCUMBS
JgBil.ban, President of Part-
[nrtures. Inc., hai accepted" the
T Chiimin-lii|i .,f the Motion
Awry Division of the un-
td $100,000,1)01) rampainn of
I Jti>h Appeal for Krfu.
ftmM Nerdi and Palestine.
Rlnr "iniinifirenl job" already
ln Mialf of the Inited Jewish
r>inr motion pirture industry
M u eS* (:'""' ai,d '" N""
< BalabM termed the United
t Appeal "tlu- moat important
" w life time," lUtini thai
ntwrbeen io deeply moved
MPMa-thU eainDaim for the
T"*Jiili peopled throunh
"""irihutiun ( ommittee, the
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Jack Dasheff, 48, of 1411 Col-
lins ave., died at a local hotel
Tuesday. A salesman for a bak-
ing company, he came here five
years ago from Brooklyn, N. Y.
Survivors are his widow, Lillian,
and two daughters, Miss Marcia
Dasheff, of Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Bertha Friedman, of Cincin-
nati, Ohio. The body was sent to
New York by Riverside Memorial
home for service i and burial.
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First sign of support by a local
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's plan to estab-
lish a community center has been
reported.
The agency is the Bureau of
Jewish Education, whose board
indicated its approval at a recent
board meeting.
It is understood that the bureau
is preparing to solicit money for
a Jewish education endowment
fund to supply scholarships and I
equip its library.
Originally, the BJE had planned
to set up independent facilities
and to conduct a capital funds
drive for that purpose.
However, the agency now feels
that it can offer greater service
if it operates from a community
centet which would serve Miami
and Miami Beach.
The hoard decided not to hold
a fund raising drive because of
the competition with other drives
[now being held or contemplated
land because of the uncertainty of
the exact type of building pro-
gram it needs.
Planning for tne proposed cen
ter by F( deration is expected to
get in full swing early this fall
as part of the Federation's long-
range community program.
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Celebrate Birthdays
Two Army patients at the
Pratt General hospital celebrated
their birthdays in traditional
style this week, thanks to B'nai
B'rith Women of Sholem lodge.
Mrs. S. H. Goldman, president,
and Mrs. Sidney Covner were on
hand with birthday cakes and
presents for the two, Lt. Gordon
Dodge and Cpl. Morton.
This is a regular feature of the
group's hospital service program.
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VOLUME 19 ,
Miami 18, Florida. Friday. July 2b. i.ho
TAMMUZ 27. 5706
30
52 DIE IN BLAST
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
As soon as the blast was heard
sirens sounded throughout trie
SS and police cars began halt-
\- 8U vehicle, and pedestrians
Wounded soldiers and Civi 8M
could be seen crawbng wtofthj
hotel, as women and men trappd
inside ghouted and ...reamed foi
"Among the injured.werei Jew-
nd Arab civihan clerks.
wounded by flying
raiDAY.njLv
Your Personal Vrobl
.---------------------By W. A. GOLDBERG. Ph.D.
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lah a
Many
were
DESERVED DEFEAT
Ihe defeat of U. S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana-
leading isolationist in the Senate, for renom.nation. wil be vvel
comed9by people of good will all over this coun.r, IXj he
campaign Senator Wheeler, posing as a martyr, kept te ling the
people of Montana that the Communists, Jews and Wall Street
haTconspired to assure his defeat. But actually his own sin-
Er. rabble-rousing tactics disgusted the more intelligent voters
of Montana, who are luckily enough in the majority and who
"conspired" to lick Wheeler.
While celebrating the defeat of demagoguery and ill will in
Montana, we should nevertheless not become over-optimistic
about the chances in the near future of overcoming the ignor-
ance, fear and hatred upon which the rabble-rousers feed in ,
various parts of the country, particularly the poorer sections of
the South. The victory of Senator Bilbo in the recent Demo-
cratic primaries in Mississippi is surely no cause for rejoicing
on our part, while the big vote cast by "Gene' Talmadge for
governor of Georgia should also give pause for sober reflection.
Poverty and ignorance breed fear, and fear in turn breeds
hatred toward minority racial and religious groups on the part
of the majority. While condemning the rabble-rousers who
utilize this fear and hatred for their own personal advantage,
let us, nevertheless, not be blind to the root causes of the situa-
tion. Proper diagnosis can be a first step in the direction of a
cure.
THE AGED
Necessity for services to the aged above the institutional
level was stressed at the recent Florida-Georgia conference on
aged cure. The suggestion might well be taken by Miami
which constantly attracts a great number of elderly people be-
cause of its opportune climatic conditions.
There are many old men and women who face little but
loneliness in their remaining years, regardless of their financial
status. The Greater Miami area is doing a splendid job in
youth work. But there is a noticeable lack of provision for the
old folks except in the field of charity.
Miami could take a lesson from New York city where the
National Council of Jewish Women maintains recreation rooms
for oldsters. Open five days a week, the quarters are equipped
with a piano, books, chess and checkers, sewing supplies and
comfortable furniture- Milk and cookies are served free during
the afternoon and, for those who wish it, a wholesome lunch is
provided for 25 cents. In these pleasant surroundings, elderly
men and women can find companionship and constructive en-
tertainment.
A similar project could easily be established in this area
in the synagogues or the Y's. For those old people who desire
to occupy themselves manually, craft materials might be pro
viaed. The possibilities of such an undertaking would be ex-
pansive, the cost negligable and the appreciation limitless.
S^Vom window, frem whig
S v were peering at the earlier
^he^gun Zvai Leumi. Jewish
extremist group, acknowledged
:,.,, nsibility f.-r bombing of the
headquarters. j-wred
In a "communique delivered
to foreign correspondents by
unknown messengers, the Irgun
said: "The tragedy which oc-
curred at the Palestine govern-
ment offices was not caused by
soldiers of the Irgun who car-
ried out their duty courageous
ly and with self-sacrifice,
was caused by the
themselves who disregarded
warning and refused to evacu-
ate the building. The warning
was given 27 minutes before
the explosion was timed to go
off."
At the same time the Haganah,
Jewish resistance movement, of-
ficially informed the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in a telephone
message that the explosion in the
King David hotel was not the
work of its organization. "We
never engage in such dastardly
,cts," the Haganah spokesman
said OVI r the telephone. The
It
British
a
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LEADERS MEET
Jewish leaders were reported
planning meetings on steps to
control extremists.
Hebrew newspapers Wednes-
day denounced the Jewish un-
derground Irgun Zvai Leumi.
JEWS MAY BE FREED
D
JERUSALEM (JTA) Bi I
military authorities will begin
Fi iday to n li as< '.urge num-
[ the ~.'>00 Jews now held
in the Latrun and Raffa camps.
it was reported hi re.
In view of this persistent re-
pi it that a break in the Palestine
deadlock may be expected thi tant Secretary of State Henry
week, a joint meeting hereof the|F. G even discuss with
tl possibility of send-
U. S. May Compromise
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE
nere to discuss implemontatior
.: of tht
Palestine Inquiry committee.
In addition, the three commit-
"" ri pn senting the
Stati v. | Treasury depart-
' ded by former As-
"Voice of Israel." Haganah's radio
transmitter, has denounced the
attack as "murder."
Some unofficial Jewish inform-
ants said that Haganah might
take action against the Irgun Zvai
Leumi. It was recalled that
Haganah took reprisal steps
against extremists after the as-
sassination of Lord Moyne in
10-14.
Police have started mass ar-
rests of J, ws in Jerusalem. All
Jewish men in the Montefiore
sectii n of the city were removed
by troops and police for an
identity check. A Jewish sus-
Dect arrested in the walled Old
City during a search conducted
then committed suicide. Another
: ade an unsuccessful attempt to
in ir.it suicide.
The Jewish Agency, a public
ody established to advise and
cooperate in the administration
if Palestine in the interest of
Jewish inhabitants, said in its
statement:
itives of the Jewish Agency
and the Jewish National Council
v e Is of local municipalities
voted to postpone the effective
date for the projected civil dis-
obedience campaign for this com-
ing Tuesday to Thursday.
USO Director Arrives
Sam Shuster. newly appoint-
ed JWB-USO area director, ar-
rived here Monday to assume
his duties. Shuster. who re.-
cently served the Jewish Wel-
fare board in the Tampa and
St. Petersburg area, replaces
Leon Schulman, who will leave
for New York this weekend.
With JWB for the past four
years, Shuster at one lime was
in charge of JWB Army-Navy
activities in the Mississippi-
Louisiana area. His office is
in the Miami Y. 1567 S. W.
Fifth st.
ican troops to Palestine'
thi sponsibility of law
and order tin re.
linister
UPSET EXPECTED
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
pate in di cussions between Dr
weianann and Prime M
Attlee
It is li arm d reliably that Attlee
agreed to see Weizmann and dis-
cuss the present situation in Pal-
estine only on the following con-
ditions: The Haganah shall cease
to be a political force and confine
itself to defense against Arab at-
tacks, and in return the impris-
oned leaders of the Agency will
be released. The British will
then agree to the admission of
100.000 Jews, provided that Zion-
ist leaders do not press for a final
solution of the Palestine problem
at this time.
CURFEW INVOKED
"The executive of the Jewish
\gency and of the Jewish Na-
tional council expresses their hor-
ror at the dastardly crime prepe-
trated by a gang of desperadoes
who attacked government office.
in Ji rusalem and shed the inno-
cent blood of government officers
and other citizens, British, Jewish
and Arab."
"A HANDICAPPED CHILD IS A MlSFORTm~.
In more than one case, but fortunately not in ma
normal faculties have a child who is abnormal. Thi?''
ficient intelligence, absence of hearing, jpeech or both"?1'
birthmarks, epilepsy, glandular deficiencies, etc. Thjs\
parents whose other children, born both b. fore and sine
capped child, are normal in all respects.
There is no sound explanation possible for this freak
Birth begins, it must be remembered, with a microscopic
In most cases, the development into a sound child with all
ties proceeds in usual fashion. The wonder of the foetai
that more defects do not occur.
Parents of children so handicapped have a burden
physical care of the child is more
than doubled. Its responses are
delayed. They have an addi-
tional burden because emotional
involvements are commonly at-
tached to these cases. The out-
side world is medieval in its
thinking. It assumes without any
question that a handicapped child
inevitably means a defective he-
redity. This may be true in some
cases but it does not necessarily
go along. Parents too feel guilty
and become either ashamed or
frustrated.
One very bright youngster had
a hairy growth on the side of his
face, neck and shoulders. He
had to wear a cap, even in school.
With the biting aim of children,
his school mates viciously nick-
named him "The Hairy Ape." So
he became an aggressive young-
ster in self-defense and was ready
to fight without provocation,
picking arguments all the time.
Fortunately, a series of skin grafts
removed the growth from his face
and made him more presentable.
Another couple spent their last
dollar for treatments of a child
of very low intelligence. Special
care, special treatments and the
mother tied to its care most of
the 24 hours. To their relief, the
child died in his second year.
These parents knowfrom their
pn t ssional experiencethe de-
licieney of their child. They
know. too. that it was hopeless to
expect any improvement. But
neither of these two exceptional
parents could bring themselves
to the necessary decision regard-
ing the child. Their subsequent
children are normal, healthy and
quite usual youngsters.
Heart-Breaking Decisions
It is easy for me to advise such
parents. It is easy because I do
not have to live with the decision
24 hours a day. But decisions
are called for, in fairness to the
parents and the other members
of the family. There are other
life situations in which we must
confess ignorance of how to pro-
ceed. In these cases, we simply
cut ourselves off from the bur-
den. In cases of handicaps such
as have been mentioned, sending
th. child to an institution is often
the only answer. The institutions
for the feebleminded, epileptic,
deaf, mute, and deaf-mutes have
the staff, the equipment and the
experience required. The staff
knows its problems and can read-
ly find the child's level of ability.
They too can do this much more
easily than the parents because
they are not emotionally tied to
the child.
M ~mPf*ent examisas
that a i 11 of low
and pi. ferably where",
by obsen ttion during,
several ars,aloadaI
parents .-end the ciu
They may use a public i
vate institution. They
or not. They may
when they do visit. Bu|
the rest of the family,
off with the child
home.
In epilepsy and a
disturbances, medical 1
dicate relief in some i
medical, n, The excelV
cial public schools for 1
mute and deaf-mute pre
training required for
dr. n to bi '-01110 self-supi
I have had some part
brothers and sisters tell i
weia i to know
son or brother was. They J
ease-, for instance, in
that this child would :sj
priscn for a specified nut
years. Wl en he wasir.t
munitv. trey had only
calls from the police,
pay off, lawyers to hire.i
able publicity. Thej
everything expected
some more. But to no;
one they knew or could 1
able to change the cond
terns of this son. So
themselves off from this
in their midst. They s
have had enough."
In all cases of hand
family have a heart-ran
cision to make. Sowi
can be relieved, SB I
rated. The more
tions call for drasti
sending the child arf
is relief also because tlnl
is not eternally staring*
in the face, to remind |
their burc n. Follow
tent professional
decision is indicated,
limits to human endun
are limits to pan
love. There comes a i
human knowledge is'
Peace of mind is acquit
moving the burden fro
ily's care, from its ph>*
A free copy < r
p.mphlet. POSITIVEI
AFTER FORTY or
YOUR CHLDREN, *M
the two perioni. each
.ubmit the b.tt QU",l8n,|
onal problem* be ueed.) Addresi Or.
eare of The Je*i" "'"*
UNDEFEATED Y TEAM
TO PLAY TUESDAY
Undefeated in five games, the
Miami Beach Y diamondball
team will meet the Langner Con-
struction co. Tuesday evening to
determine the Miami Beach City
league leadership.
The Langner outfit is also un-
defeated after four games in the
second half of the league's play-
ing. The game will be played at
Flamingo park.
Randy Polansky is manager of
the Y team.
Epstein Family Sought
By Woman In Sweden
A family named Epstein, who
lived in Florida in the late 1930's.
is being sought by Helena Dub-
ner, a survivor of Bergen-Belsen
concentration camp. Miss Dub-
ner, in search of her American
relatives, contacted Albert Broad,
1542 Drexel ave., last winter in
hopes that he was her cousin.
Since that time Miss Dubner
has located a cousin of hers who
survived the war and who is now
in Paris. He told her the name
of their relatives who lived in
Miami or Palm Beach in 1939.
A native of Poland, Miss Dub-
ner was taken captive by the
Nazis during the war. and is now
in good helath, but alone in Swe-
den, she wrote Mr. Broad. Any-
one having any information a* to
the location of this family i*
Barkans Honored i
Surprise Farewell
f sterling M
the]
A pair o. ...
sticks was presented
and Mrs. Emanuel
farewell g'>',frmmft.
who surprised them *
Sunday night at
Cantor Barken, M
with the Miami B-
Center, has accepted
Brookline. Mass.. and
Miami shortly.
Among the guj
Celia
Greenberg. Mr d
min Appel. r-^
Trau. Mr. anI J ,
Sherry. Mr. and MJ^
terman, and Mr. ai
Broad.______._


dFWF RECiiui
^0 WORKER
^r^HaroId Temin
K'r g n" Erector of
P oTffco of the Council
KSions and Wel-
K his been announced
>. nf the south-
Htuth-''-" regions
fee til >* Sydney
1 Regional director, was
J fly executive director
Kh Vocati. nal Service
Ivillc Ky.
Ling the appointment,
I 1 presidents noted the
L request--; lor consulta-
fc?n the part of the 36
"agencies of the sou h-
|and the 17 of the sou h-
ISons. CJFWF is help-
Lorwnizo and coordin-
fftind-raising, budgeting,
I service.-. J< wish edu-
community relations
I n Myers of Miami is
1 of the national CJFWF.
^JwMftorlatter,
GIRLS REHEARSE SKIT
FOR DISTRICT MEET
Irving Berlin and George Gersh-
win have nothing on Miss Ger-
trude Carnovsky, director of
B'nai B'rith Girls in district 5,
for she has written a musical
comedy to be presented by the
BBG groups of Greater Miami at
the BBG district convention to
be held in Miami the weekend
of Aug. 18.
A take-off on conventions, the
skit will be entirely in melody
with original lyrics, which are
parodies of popular songs. Not
only did Miss Carnovsky com-
pose the score, but she is also
directing and producing it.
Those participating in the nov-
elty are Marjoric Miller, Flor-
ence Browner, Paula and Trudy
Lach, Joanne Saltzman, Henri-
etta Rosenthal, Evelyn Wild, Ro-
berta Grossman, Sara Rose Sch-
wartz, Irene Jacobs, Dolly Fish-
bein, Gloria Farkas, Ann and
Jean Nevel, Beverly Koch, Terry
Fishman and Irma Schwartz.
Shirley Ross will accompany
them at the piano.
PAGE SEVEN
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By CHARLF.S JACOBSON
B'nai B'rith Womens' groups
led by President Dena Goldman
and Tillie Rosenthal, plan a co-
ordinated service program for thl
Biltmoie and Nautilus Vets' hos-
pitals. This is worth watching,
these ladies have promised some
notable achievements and we
know they will not disappoint
the veterans and our community
in this all-important postwar
project. The B'nai B'rith groups
01 Greater Miami wish you good
luck!
Sholem lodge events of com-
munity interest for the com-
ing months are September 10-
Initiation of all "1,000 and a
Home drive members at a gala
function, featunng well known
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
GonfldenUat
(Copyright, 1946, Seven Artt Feature Syndicate)
-By PHINEAS J. BIROM--------------
white House Is seriouf-
dcring an Ame'ican Ex-
Turf Force lo Palestine
lore to force Britain to
\, gates of Palestine to
I refugees. There
.lability that the U.S.
ipi. mj permit the re-
I of a Jewish military
t instead of detailing
ton the regular forces.
[he impending visit of
I Xttlee to America is
i MMKted with Pales-
klras...
i TO FIGHT .
I editkas of Feb. 7 and
, "Germany Today," a
published newsletter, re-
lat A. Frowein had been
Imember of the Rheinish
assembly and later
lof economics of the Brit-
1 by the British occupa-
) "Germany To-
I that Frowein, one
flicials of the Bemberg
ncern and vice-president
pterr.atior.al chamber of
f, had used go unment
i against thi Jews in
Bake possession of these
p! stores of the Tietz
:at were in Jewish
lThe disclosure by "Ger-
was n; inted in
lencan and European
1 A few week i ago the
authorities announced
German economic coun-
P reorganize d and that
I8 to be eliminated. .
F Today" kept up the
TB Frowein and finally
our big press would
P* right side, fascism
l"*Pt out from the Brit-
1 "ican zones of oc-
BING HIMSE'.F.
I^'u?/ Chestl r's Zun"
C" 'll) near Wood-
jtl; "ungstersto a
frr'th-ni-under
rJT-touwninii them-
lr 5?.' T'ying to
T Problem. ,f tomor.
Pifce to forget tomor-
L,s not easy That
Fltalr a BraSS blade
iCstTn11 d,ffcrent
r-Crr^athou-
p bout ONE World
lhU.neWSpaper head-
Lpj h?"nt on.. But
PFt,,nt--In,l:an-Bf,!
PSr^n-- ondless
hi Eft le?ding
l^rdav 'Msts on
I lulls yoyu ll,s a hot
yTou to sleep. .
"morrow is not
' U may be a few
for Rest
CONVALESCEWd
.CmsomcCmm
un-RqyPark
a Ith Resort
years away. Meanwhile enjoy
your freedom in the sun. Did
the Jewish expectant mother sun-
ning herself in a resort near War-
saw in the summer of 1939 brush
away the thoughts about tomor-
row as we do on Chester's lawn
I today? .
VACATION HOTEL. .
Interesting woman that Ann
Chester, owner of Zunbarg. A
tiny, wiry little woman. Grey- i
ing hair, but a young, smiling
face Her late husband, Her-
man, built Zunbarg as a retreat
for hardworking men and women
. Gave it the atmosphere of a
Soviet cultural recreational cen-
ter in a set of English country-
estate buildings. Now Ann car- J
ries on maintaining the same at-
mosphere. The waiters are col-
lege students back from the war.
. One wears a Mazuzah around
his neck, a good luck piece from
his Mama. And that modest
dark-haired youngster with a Mo-
gan David on his chest is Bernie j
Kleinman, war hero, six times
battle starred, who shrugs off his
exploits with an embarassed
smile. Yesterday after supper,
a well-known radio commentator
appealed for help for Spanish
refugees. A bashful girl who
the night before jitterbugged her-
self to a frenzy contributed ten
dollars. "I'll work two weeks
overtime" she whispered to her
surprised escort. It was dark
outside and the easy going guests
were aware of tomorrow. .
QUESTION .
Eddie Kramer, comedian,
wants to know whether the
Manishewitz Brothers subsidized
Jo Sinclair, author of "Waste-
land," as a preliminary move to
a slogan "Use Matzeh instead of
psychiatry" .
WARNING. .
A few months ago we warned
against a number of German re-
lief organizations sponsored by
soft-peacers and former bundists.
. "The American Relief for Ger-
many" is growing and attracting
wide support. Their ads are
carefully penned and avoid anti-
Semitic language. Don't be de-
luded. Theodore Katzmann
one of its leaders is a notorious
pro-Nazi anti-Semite. .

speakers. On October 8, the
Public affairs committee of the
todge will present a debate, John
Kronenfeld, chairman, announced.
ITie Beach lodge may be chal-
" '> ed to exchange verbal ideas
on the speakers' platform. The
I vent promises to be a real in-
tellectual treat, from all indica-
tions. We hear all the lawyers
are secretly sharpening up their
vocabularies. En garde!
George Taliahoff was a splen-
did principal speaker at the FDR
Club recently. His treatment
i Subversive Activities" was
objective and starkly realistic.
Audience interest gave rise to
stimulating questions, and it was
gratifying to note that people are
aware of these problems and that
KLAN SCORED
With the Miami chapter of the
American Veterans' committee
and the Florida organization of
the Jewish War Veterans, the
American Legion has gone on rec-
ord as regarding the Ku Klux
Klan as "despicable" and "a
deadly menace."
The National Legionnaire mag-
azine recently stated, "We strong-
ly condemn the Ku Klux Khm
and its ilk as a deadly menace to
America at a time when it is so
tragically important for all Amer-
icans to pull together. We don't
want any 'invisible empire' in our
country today. What we want is
an "indivisable empire' of Ameri-
cans."
they earnestly desire to solve
them.
What? No comment on Sholem
lodge's recent mailing re: the No.
1 un-American organization in
the South? Tsk task .
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FRIDAY, JULY
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Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Florida Regional Director, Anti-
Defamation League
"Benevolence, brotherly love
and harmony." For 103 years,
these words have been the in-
spiring legend guiding the B'nai
B'rith, the parent body of the
organization with which the
writer is affiliated.
In war time, B'nai B'rith's re<
ord was of the highest distinction.
The June issue of the National
Jewish Monthly was devoted in
its entirety to B'nai B'rith's re-
markable record of service to the
nation during World War II. In
recognition of its outstanding
patriotic contribution, both the
Army and Navy presented spe-
cial citations to B'nai B'rith, the
first awarded to any civilian
agency.
In our own community, we
have seen tangible evidences oi
meritorious war service wort car-
ried on by the \anous B'nai B'rith
chapters, such as the servicemen's
breakfasts, the outfitting and
maintenance of day rooms, books,
games, magazines and new.-:
to hospitalized v< terans, cookies
and refreshments for convales-
cent soldiers, the establishment
and maintenance of tin Miami
Beach Blood Bank station, and,
of course, the record war bond
sales.
And now the Ordei is em-
barked upon an ambition.- post-
war progi f set via m small
pai I i ii which inclu lei \ i
aid and hospital work.
To enroll the manpower neces-
sary to carry on the vital work
to which this organization is dedi-
cated, local B'nai B'rith li
and Mrs. Jack Teitler, 2828 S. W.
have launched a membership 12th St., was torn July 14 at Jack-
. :. is t continue all this >" Memorial hospital Rich-
,i. |aid. son oi Mr. and Mrs. Hai v y
This' is a campaign that war_ Fleischman 764 N. E. 74th st
rants maximum support. While?*! born Monday morning at
a goal of 1.000 new members has ***** / M L's "' HS!rd*tSf
been set. it seems to the writer <>*Mr and Mrs. Aaron Bernstein.
... _____ i;.,..a. ..... .k...w 4361 S. \\. 13th U r.. June 29 .
that every eligible pi rson should
be enrolled. The members of
B'nai B'rith should bi justifiably
proud of its outstanding wa
nunity service rec-
ord. Evi ry i nc< uragement should
be given to permit thi humani-
:. w rk, to which the organi-
zation's mi I i ire devoted, to
continue unabah d.
Gus Jacobson, field secretary
for the Southern region, National
Jewish Welfari b ard, visited
Miami this week to confer with
executives and hoard members of
the Miami and Beach Y's.
Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fishman, 4 Century lane. Belle
hie, July n Arlene, daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Samuel
Dianne Rose, daughter of Mr. July 2 James Richard, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Howard
Axelrod, 147 N. W. 87th St., July
4 Jade Lin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry li win Schoenberg,
421 N. W. 62nd St., July 13 .
Nancy Mai ie. daughter of Mr. and
Alvin Peter Lapinsky, 130
N. W. 35th st.. July 13 Tara
Lei. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolf Chiil, 345 Meridian ave.,
July 10 .
;, ird Nichi las. son ol Mi
Mrs. Francis Leonard Jacob. 1022
s. W. Tl ird ave., July 5 .
e Sui in, daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs. Max Philip, 1272 S. W. 22nd
ter. July 11 Gloria Julie.
itl ) oi Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Marvin Carver, 529 S. W. First
St., July 4 .
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and Mrs. Monroe Gelb, Mr. and
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George Woghim, Mr. and Mrs.
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shipment from Greater
I'' Supple for Overseas
I I hM been received at
l^nfattibution Committee
T5r to Mrs. Monte Sclig
'chairman of the local
bvid E. Traub, associate
lir.said that 182 car-
Kood. clothing and medical
I ^weighing 6.213 pounds,
i'at Mt. Vernon July 9.
pending the local -Jewish
Lritv for its contributions,
k-iaud: "The real appreci-
wever, will come from
. g jewi survivors for
IW generosity will bring
Vditional help and hope
,,.iV 50 desperately need.
Lous local Jewish agencies
[been cooperating in the
City chairmen arc
jJjEssen, Miami, and Mrs.
r. Mian i Bi ich. Among
e is Mrs.
lent of the
.Beth Sh li m Sisterhood,
^Counsellor Day
| At Beach Y Camp
is camper-counsellor day
Beach Y camp, and the
will revei i procedure
pi.ii i with their
on. There are now 74
bparticipating in the sum-
feinp program, according to
r Polansky. head counsellor.
various divisions of the
[took turns going to Greyn-
t tr.is w& k.
strip char...; rs came to
I week when the camp had
de party. David
. as the L n Wolf Indian,
fatpriaan oi g the midget
iiswihlf, as Daisy Mae,
te&Ierinc as Themesong,
1 the junior group winners;
I Raskin. as I ..plain Kidd,
fciMtte Cohi n as Brenda
diate hon-
or winnt r.- were Martha
fcktr, a; gon Lady,
|oti;k. as Wonder Woman,
WonLevine, as the Shmoe.
' play. "Sleeping Beauty,"
\--"' i for the
I it< group.
FEDERATION SEEKS
PLEDGE PAYMENTS
Z^UtBcrfflan
era-
appeal
A plea for contributors to make
additional payments on their
1946 Combined Jewish Appeal
pledges has been issued by the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed
tion following a national
for the funds.
The local Federation has al-
ready sent $300,000 of its $517,500
allocation to the United Jewish
Appeal.
A recent telegram from UJA
leaders stated that the cash re-
sources of UJA agencies are at a
"serious low ebb" and urged that
Federation make another remit-
tance toward its 1946 allocation.
According to recent figures, ap-
proximately 39 per cent of the
$829,250 pledged in the local cam-
paign is still outstanding.
JM GETS OFFER
OF LARGE GIFT
FOR MEW CENTER
PAGE NINE
Local Lodges Hailed
For Membership Drives
Commendation of the Miami
and Miami Beach lodges of B'nai
B'rith for their current member-
ship drives was made by resolu-
tion at the recent fifth district
executive committee meeting in
Savannah. The Greater Miami
lodges are the first two in the
country to launch extensive drives
in accordance with national B'nai
B'rith policy.
Emphasis by district lodges on
community and postwar services
was suggested at the meeting at
which Lou Heiman, of Miami,
first vice president of the district,
was appointed chairman of the
wider scope committee.
: PAC for Palestine Loses
Tax Exemption Right
NEW YORK (JTA)-Thc tax
exemption privileges of the Po-
litical Action Committee for Pal-
estine have been revoked by the
U. S. Bureau of Internal Revenue,
because in the bureau's opinion,
the organization is no longer
qualified as a "charitable or edu-
cational organization."
The committee, which actively
campaigned for defeat of the
British loan becrausc of British
policy in Palestine, was criticized
by a number of congressmen
whose names it used without au-
thorization in newspaper adver-
enta asking defeat of the
loan. Several members of its
congressional advisory committee
resigned as a result of the ad-
vertisement.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (JTA)-
An unnamed donor has offered to
contribute $100,000 toward the
erection of a proposed $400,000
Jewish community center here.
The gift, largest in the history
<>r the loeal community, stems
from the findings of a self-study
made by the Jewish Community
council, which recommends the
construction of a Jewish ci nter as
a means of providing a common
platform for greater unity in
Jacksonville. A statomcnt issued by Joseph
The $100,000 contribution is iD Nunan, jr., internal revenue
contingent upon two conditions: commissioner, said that "accord-
that a popular vote be taken of lnK to the law exemptions are
STUDIES FOR PH.D.
all Jews 15 years of age and ov< :,
to determine whether a two-
thirds majority favors the pro-
posed community center; second-
ly, that the two Jacksonville con-
gregations, each of which has pro-
jected a building plan of its own,
should agree to confine them-
selves to primarily educational
and religious programs.
If the conditions with refer-
ence to the synagogues are car-
ried out fully, the donor also of-
fers to give $10,000 to each con-
gregation for the furtherance of
its building plans.
provided for educational and
charitable groups. When an or-
ganization becomes a political or
pressure group, those provisions
no longer apply. The same ac-
tion would be taken with any
other organization in the same
circumstances."
In a statement to the press
which said that the revenue bu-
reau's action would be contested,
the committee declared that it
was being penalized because it
opposed the loan.
SOCIAL NOTES
HOLLYWOOD
and
LAUDERDALE
Dave Blum left aboard the
Queen Mary recently for England
to visit his family. Mrs. Blum
accompanied him to New York
.. Dr. David Raab will lead Tem-
ple Emanuel and Dr. Max Kauf-
man is associated with the Holly-
wood Community center for the
coming year Miss Sunny Fine,
of Philadelphia, who served with
the Army Nurses corps overseas,
is visiting her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Epstein,
who were married last month in
Miami .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waskow are
in Asheville, N. C. Mrs. Waskow
will spend the remainder of the
summer there with her daughter
and son Dr. and Mrs. A. E.
Kaufman are motoring west for
two months. Their trip will in-
clude the Southwest, Mexico, the
West Coast and the Rockies.
LEGAL NOTICES
RABBI COMMENDED
A. P. Cannes, director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, has
gone to Philadelphia where he
will study for his Ph.D. degree
at Dropsie college during August.
He received his master's degree
at Columbia university.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
'SHERKllY IHVEN that
I ~ i-HKlige itl
t :, (if
Al I'"'!' >':
liv' Miami H
[
at 1444
Fla lii-
wit h the
ol Dade
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tha undersigned, desiring: t. engage In
business under the fictitious name <>t
ACME PAINTERS (also known as
Acme Painting Co.) at no". r>th Street,
Miami Beach, Florida, int.-nil to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Cant of Dade County, Florida,
HARRY SILVERMAN
SIDNEY WEINSTEIN
7/12-19-26 '
A resolution commending Rabbi
Saul B. Appelbaum for his work
on the executive committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration was recently passed by
the committee. Rabbi Appel-
baum was formerly spiritual lead-
er of Temple Israel, Miami.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
MAN
AJI EL .
. RIBI.V. ^"'^
r
r^'i**-.!
>1!i -ilVBN that
i.iKUKe in
name of
ANERS \M, l.AI-N-
.Miami.
'' -.ml num..
ill court of
HEREin OIVEN
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 15171
Re: ESTATE OF HENRY C. GAL-
LAGHER. Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE.
NOTICE Is herebj given thai I
have filed my final report and pe-
tltlon tot Final Discharge as Admini-
stratrix of the estate of HENRY C
oallai;iii:r, deceased; and thai on
the 24th day of August. 1946, will
apply to the Honorable w r Blan-
toii. (Vuiity Judge of Dade County,
Florida, foi approval of said final
report and for final discharge as Ad.
mlnlatratrlz of the estate of Henry C.
< Sallagher, deceased.
This j:!nl day ,.f July, 1946.
MARIE GALLAGHER.
MAX It. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
7 U s 8-9-16
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitious name of
THE CORAL WAV FOOD CENTER,
.it 1256 Coral Way. .Miami, Florida.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
KKKNARD STRUM WATER
.SIDNEY CLICK
Partners
HAROLD Shapiro
Attorney for Applicants
7/.-.-12-19-26
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
11.....nderslgned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name ot
CITY HALL GARAGE, at II.10 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., in-
tends to register said name with tjie
t lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
,, MAX GOLDSTEIN
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg
16 2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage In
lui.-iiii .... under the fictitious name of
LENA'S TOURIST CABINS, at Dade
County, Florida, intends to register
s.uiI name With the f'lerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
FJORINDA ANGELINE SEKERICH,
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
7/19-26 8/2-9-16
MXE EPSTEIN.
/ Sole Owner.
r* ''
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
business under the fictitious name of
KAY LETTER SERVICE, at s. W.
8th Street, in the City of Miami.
Florida, intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court Of Dade County, Florida.
DOR! ITHY KOPELOW1TZ
ROBERT MARKS
7/19-J6 :-:-]<;
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA STATE CONTRACTORS,
at ii"". :,tii Street, Miami Beach, Fla,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
harry SILVERMAN
S'l I NI: Y W El N S T EIN
7/5-12-19-^6 8/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BLANCHE'S SUNDRIES, at 1428 N,
W 62nd St.. Miami, Florida, intend to
register said name with the Clerk <.(
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES RUBIN
BLANCHE RUBIN
Sole Owners
S. GROVER MORROW
Attorney for Applicants
.: 28 7 .1-12-19-26
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DEPOT P.AUOAUE A: TRANSFER
CO., It 1105 .1th Street, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend t<. register said name
With th.. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Counti. Florida.
MORTON RUBENSTEIN
JOSEPH A I'ERWEILER
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicants.
7 19-26 8 -2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
BUNNYSIDE CLEANERS, at 13 S \v.
12th Ave., In the city of Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Cuuntv, Florida.
JACK BREESKIN
BOB GOCH
VON ZAMFT, SIMON \- KATZ,
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/12-19-26 8/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI CAMERA MART, at 7.1,1 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RAY II. BROWN, JR.
AD A. HOLLANDER
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants.
1010 Blscayne Bldg.
7/12-19-26 8/2-9
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA TRAVELAWN, at linul N.
W. 7th Ave., Miami. Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Cuuntv,
Florida.
HERBERT FRANKLYN
ISAAC JoFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
1"W Blscayne Bldg.
7/12-19--26 8/5-9
IN THE CIRCCIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JI'DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fla IRIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 101895.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ANN It. GOLOB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Lolls GOLOB,
11. f.-ndant.
TO: LOUIS col.OB. 1ST5 Nelson
Avenue, Bronx 52, New York:
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
file an appearance In the above
suit for divorce on the 12th day of
August. 1946, Otherwise the allegations
f said bin will be taken as confessed
by you.
This order Is to be published in Th.-
Jewish Florldlan once each week for
four 14) consecutive weeks
This the llth day of July. A D.
E B LEATHERMAN.
Bj \V.\1 W. STOCKING, D.Ct
ii'In ait Court Seal)
ARONOV1TZ, WEINKI.K A- ARONO-
V'TZ. 74S Seyliold Bldg..
Miami. Florida.
7 12-19-21 8/2_______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTER CLEANERS, at 1305 20th
Street, Miami Beach, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court Of Dad.- COUnty, Florida.
ALBERT II BLUMBERG
ISIDORE oooKI.ER
SAMUEL tiooDMAN
HAROLD SHAPIRO.
Attorney for Applicants.
7/19-26 8, 2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MERCHANDISING SERVICE,
at 223 E. Flaglei Street, Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT DORFMAN
ALLAN MACKOVKR
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Miami Merchan-
dising Service
$05 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
5-12-19-26 8/2
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned?, desiring to engage in
business under the fietitious name of
PATIO GRILLE, at 141.1 N. E. 2nd
Ave.. in the City of Miami. Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida.
MAX ROSENTHAL
JULIUS KLL'liER
VON ZAMFT. SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/12-19-26 S/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADAMS GLASS SERVICE, at 1S05
Purdy Ave, Miami Beach, Florida,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ADAM RAHINOWITZ
ABRAHAM KABINoWITZ
IRVING RAHINOWITZ
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
ACME REALTY, at 207 Calumet
Building. Miami. Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the CJerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY KASTOFF
.1 R, COZATT
1/28 T 5-12-19-26 _____
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership lately existing between
the undersigned, CORRINE EPSTEIN
and MIRIAM POLAN. earning on the
business known as FAY'S BAR &
GRILLE. 9901 N. \V. 27th Avenue.
Miami, Dade County, Florida, was on
the 22nd day of July, 194C, dissolved
by mutual consent and that the busi-
ness In the future will be carried on
by the said Corrlne Epstein alone, who
will pay and discharge all debts and
liabilities and receive all moneys pay-
able to the said late firm
MIRIAM POLAN
CORRINE EPSTEIN
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney.
7/26 8/2
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iSiLI ADLER'S kosher market ?t?
f^Wct Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus, a Participating Member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY. Director
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Lasfc Berates BriTion's / TreatmeniOf Jm
By HAROLD J. LASKI
(EDITOR'S NOTE: In the fol-
lowing article, which is published
through the courtesy of the Over-
seas News Agency, the former char-
man of the British Labor party s
executive committee outlines the
line of action on Palestine which he
thinks the British government should
follow.)
LONDON(JTA)The Brit-
ish Government took a very great
step in its decision to make
wholesale searches and arrests in
Palestine and the public opinion
of the world will require most
precise proofs of the validity of
its action. Generalities will not
be enough.
Prime Minister Attlee and his
colleagues must show that what
was submitted to them from
Palestine was not "inference" or
belief that the Jewish Agency
and the Hagana (Jewish defense
organization) were involved.
They must show further that
they had not authorized a fish-
ing expedition for evidence the
Palestine Government did not
possess.
I, personally, deprecate the
transform the Transjordan into
an independent state. It ought
also to prohibit Brigadier Glubb
(commander of the Arab Legion)
and similar advisers from making
pronouncements on British pol-
icy Policy-making is the bus-
iness, under the Cabinet, of the
Colonial Secretary, and not of
advisers anxious to be regarded
as the Lawrence of Arabia of
this generation.
Fourth, the British Government
must show itself capable of some
magnanimous understanding of
the Jewish position in Europe. If
over 00 per cent of its people had
been murdered during the recent
war (with the connivance of the
Mufti and not without the good-
will of the Arab Higher Commit-
tee) it would at least have under-
stood why despair would have
made for less restraint than has
been characteristic of the Jews
in Palestine in the maintenance
of law and order. Philip Noel
Baker, now both Minister of
State and Chairman of the Labor
Party, warned the House of Com-
mons of this in 1939. Why has nc
wild accusations flung about on
one side or the other. The mainjnee thing now is to arrive at a
set-
tled and positive policy for Pal-
estine. If this is to be doneand
it needs to be done swiftlythe
British Government has a certain
obvious duty in which there can
be neither delay nor evasion on
its part:
First, in the light of recent
Arab pronouncements, it ought to
:t clear beyond discussion
that it proposes in a fully respon-
sible way to carry out its duty to j
the Jewish people under the Man- i
date. Since this is not compatible!
with the White Paper of 1939, it
ought to declare, as a League of
Mandates Commission
declared, that it regards this pa-
ultra vires. This is a view
hich all Labor leaders are
pledged. It is also the view of
the late Lloyd George, of Win-
ston Churchill. General Smuts
and Leopcld S. Am try who were
all concerned with the imple-
menting of the Balfour Declara-
tion.
Second, having struck a deci-
sive blow at the influence of
rate Jewish leaders like Dr.
m Weizman and Moshe Sher-
tok, :t ought now to realize that
I lilding of their influence in
n urgent necessity.
It cannot do this unless it makes
its future policy on immigration,
land settlement and economic de-
ment dear, straightforward
and definite.
Third, the British Government
ought to explain the weakness it
has displayedit has not explain-
ed ittowards that dubious
gangster, the Mufti of Jerusalem
and why, while the Anglo-Amer-
ican Committee of Inquiry was
sitting, it thought fit suddenly to
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Fifth, in its public commun.que
about the recent action in Pal< s-
tine, the British Government
ougnt to recognize publicly the
extraordinary self-restraint of
the Jews towards an action they
were bound to regard as one more
expression of Arab appeasement.
Sixth, there ought to be a clear
explanation of why the British
Government gives what appears
to be unconditional support to a
backward and semi-feudal oligar-
chy without any apparent effort
to improve or encourage im-
provement of the conditions of
feudalism.
Seventh, everyone will agree
to the British policy of insisting
on equal rights for the Jews in
Europe and elsewhere. What
step, then, is the British Govern-
ment taking to protest against
the continuance of anti-Semitism
in Hungary, Rumania and Poland
in Europe and in all the Arab
countries? Has it heard of or
taken action about the state of
near-terror under which the Jews
live in Tripolitania, Syria and
Iraq? And since the uprooting of
anti-Semitism (which is closely
connected with Fascism) is a
long-term business, when and
how do Mr. Attlee and his col-
leagues propose to deal with the
tragic position of the Jews in the
DP camps? It is a year since this
problem was put before them.
Eighth, why does not the Brit-
ish Government allow qualified
observers of repute to examine on
the spot in Palestine allegations
made against the troops of de-
struction of Jewish settlements
especially cooperative settle
merits? Can it not realize hat
the refusal of this examination
does grave harm by multiplying
suspicions?
I know the members of the La-
bor Government. I do not believe
that they have desired to betray
their pledged word even as a
party In opposition. But I do not
think they have realized or felt
the proportion of the Jewish
tragedy nor the urgency of speed
in dealing with it. I do not think
they realize the eagerness of
many British officials in the Mid-
dle East to appease the Arabs at
the expense of the Jews.
I think they have been an-
gered unreasonably by the Amer-
ican excitement disproportionate
to American responsibility and
that this has made for delay, for
gracelessness in speech and in-
ability to see in any perspective
the contrast between their past
professions and their present pol-
icy.
Above all. the British Govern-
ment must bend its energies to
making the Arabs see how much
j have to gain by abandoning
their present policy of sterile hos-
tility to a Palestinian State in
which both Jews and Arabs can
cooperate on equal terms. No one
knows better than the British
officials that this hostility is im-
posed by Arab leaders from
above and imposed out of the fear
t. at Jewish immigration means
an nd to their virtual peonage
of the fellahin (the peasantry).
Mr. Attlee and his colleagues
RESIGNS POST
Cantor F.manuel Balkan, affili-
ated with the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center since September, 1944.
has resigned his local position to
become cantor of Kehillath Israel,
conservative synagogue of Brook-
line, Mass. No announcement has
been made concerning his suc-
cessor at the Center.
At the Center, Cantor Barkan
founded and conducted a choir
and chanted the services. He
also made numerous appearances
on local public programs. Before
coming to Miami Beach, he was
associated with Beth Am, Phila-
delphia, for seven years and was
instrumental in the formation of
a cantor's school and choral
groups.
Cantor Barkan began his career
in Bessarabia where he was the
protege of the famous Cantor
Kilminick. He came to America
in 1922 after studying at the Bu-
charest conservatory and he con-
tinued his studies of voice and
music here with Jack Kirshen
and Dr. Held.
Rabbi Issues Warn;
On Pickled Mea^1
Jewish residents are
be cautious
.!i
In May of this year. "Shuvu
Vanim." a song written by Cantor
Barkan and A. P. Cannes, direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, was published by the
i ught to regard this as a positive I Transcontinental Music Corp.
obligation.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin. 2610
S. W. 10th St., entertained their
friends at a kiddie party at their
home last week.
It is no more wise to shape the
administration so that it protects
an out-moded feudalism than it
is to protect the ruthless exploita-
tion of the Africans in the copper-
mines of Rhodesia. It would not j
only be a wise policy but it would mate to drive an ancient people
pay dividends. I am quite sure j with a brave record to despair,
that on reflection, Mr. Attlee and especially in the hour of their
his colleagues will see there is gravest sufferings. I hope that
no other policy compatible with j thought will never be absent
Socialist principles. | from the British Government's
mind. I hope it will lead to a
' swift decision which can renew
the faith in life of men and wom-
en who stand in the shadow of
u'ged|
buying DllJ
meats labelled as kosher J?
mg to Rabbi Joseph E. R^
sky director of the Great!
ami Vaad Hakashruth.
The rabbi warns that
fication on the meats refer^
to the original kosher slaJ
ing. "It does nut, however,,
rant that the product was i
tained, pros, rved and upheld!
kosher until the time of sj
he states. "The tags do not,
antee that the product wasgl
and kosherized before pri
and if the meats were notk(
ized and salted properly, tr|
"treil" even though tajf
seals are attached," he sal
In markets supervised j|
Greater Miaimi Vaad
ruth, placards arc being pin
assure the public that the r
or mashgiach or both assm*!
responsibility that the mJ
not "ovar-zman" (past duel]
that it has been prepared]
ly and "treibered" before |
ling, the rabbi declares.
"It has happened time
again that these meats
pickled by irresposible
and then sold as kosher to i
ci nt kosher-seeking customer^
the strength of the attached!
brands, seals or even all
identifications," he warns.
The treatment of the Jews is
the acid test of any government
which claims to be democratic.
The British Government cannot
and I do not believe it does
si ek to avoid responsibility be-
fore history for the situation in
Palestine. It is always legitimate
to punish crimes like terrorism
which can be proved by verifia-
bli evidence. It is never legiti-
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^Jewistinoridiari
, local fraternity at the
X Miami, has been
t ilv 10, it was
U*2% ZBT, the
'{S WCiaj college
fof Jewish students.
, of Beta Tau who will
k charter members of
Ler of ZBT are James
tldgar M. Maltji-n.
Icahn. Miami; Jack A.
"Tchard Greenbaum
uF Aeer, Miami Beach.
K pledged to ZBT in
Lure by a committee
lLjty's alumni club in
bh has more than one
Cembers.
I0[ the alumni club are
lQlis, president; Irving
, president; Burghard
usurer: Robert Tur-
ording secretary, and
sin, corresponding sec-
jj board of directors in-
Ij Wagner, Herbert E.
Bred Meyer, Marvin
land Harry Gordon.
. Tau has 35 active
^ 42 alumni clubs. In
fit has chapters at Vir-
Inington & Lee. Duke,
klina, Tennessee, Ken-
fcderbilt, Alabama. LSU
L Among its promi-
Eni are Justice Felix
Jr of the United States
Jourt, William S. Paley
lolumbia Broadcasting
bvid H. Dietz, science
[the Scripps Howard
A Jack L. Warner of
others pictures, Dr. A.
minent psychiatrist. Its
president is Samuel R.
[well known in Miami
circles. Herbert
jst president of ZBT,
L of the committee
I Beta Tau for mem-
f the Maternity.
m o! the new chapter
I to take place in the
PAGE ELEVEN
INSTITUTION of a local chapter of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity at the University of Miami was
announced this week. Leaders of the group are (left to right) Marvin Freedman. ZBT Alumni
. ,JieiTre8en 1bV,e'' Edaar. Maltzman- treasurer; Ronald Ager, Lee Dover, general secretary
of ZBT; James Kahn, president; Alan Kahn, Arthur Kline, secretary.
IAVC ELECTS
URMAN
|Roth, Miami attorney.
mously elected chair-
American Veterans
1st a meeting last week
lit park. Nominations
| officers to be elected
(re made.
i are Major Robb and
jjj. for vice chairmen;
and Charles Free-
jary, and Irma Silver-
IBarbara Leeds, treas-
ROSENTHAL NAMED
PENN LINE COACH
Jack Rosenthal, formerly of
Miami, has been named a line
coach for the University of Penn-
sylvania football team. A for-
mer grid star for Pennsylvania,
he played right end and served
as captain during the Duke and
Navy games in 1944.
A member of Miami AZA 322,
he was graduated from Miami
Senior High school in 1941 and
attended the University of Flor-
ida during his freshman year.
After his graduation from the
University of Pennsylvania in
1945, he served as an ensign
aboard a PCE in the Pacific area.
While in service he was an ath-
letic officer and assistant damage
control officer. He and his fam-
ily are making their home in
Newark, N. J.
GETS NATIONAL POST
Rabbi Abram Prero, firmer
director of the Hillel foundation
at the University of Florida, has
been appointed national director
of B'nai B'rith Boys' work, it was
announced in Washington, D. C,
by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, director
of the B'nai B'rith Youth organi-
zation.
Since 1944, Rabbi Prero has
been directing Hillel activities at
the University of Manitoba in
Canada.
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ROSEMANS RETURN
FROM HONEYMOON
After honeymooning in New
York and Canada, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Roseman have returned to
Miami to make their home here.
The bride is the former Miss Pearl
C. Stein, daughter of Mrs. Eugene
Grossman, 321 S. W. Ninth ave.,
and Mr. Roseman is the son of
the Sam Rosemans, Brooklyn and
Miami Beach.
The wedding took place last
month in New York at Temple
Sinai with Rabbi Morris Rose of-
ficiating. Cousin of the bride,
Mrs. Bernard D. Lefrak, South
Orange, N. J., and Arthur Rose-
man attended the couple.
Simmons Speaks At
B'nai B'rith Luncheon
Population Study Shows
Decrease Among Jews
There are 5,700,000 less Jews in
the world now than there were in
1938, according to a study on
"places where Jews lived in 1938
and 1946" released this week by
the American Jewish conference.
Total number of Jews in 1938
was 16,700,000; in 1946 there are
only 11,000,000.
In Europe, there were 9,450,000
Jews, or 56 per cent, in 1938.
Today there are 3,500,000, or 31.8
per cent. These figures include
Russia.
The number of Jews in Pales-
tine has increased from 440,000
(2.6 per cent) in 1938 to 600,000
(5.5 per cent) today.
An increase is also noted in the
United States where there were
4,800,000 (28.8 per cent) in 1938
in contrast to 5,300,000 (48.2 per
cent) at the present time.
Elsewhere in 1938, there were
2,010,000 (12.6 per cent) Jews; in
1946, 1,600,000 (14.5 per cent) re-
side outside of the areas listed
above.
Allen Simmons, executive sec-
retary of the Mayor's Veteran's
Housing committee, will be guest
speaker at the regular luncheon
meeting of B'nai B'rith Sholem
lodge at 12:15 today at the Down-
town club. He will discuss the
short-comings of the program in
this area.
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IN THE
GREATER MIAMI
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MIAMI
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion (Orthodox), 590 S. W. 17th aye-
Rabbi Murray Qrauer, Cantor Maurice
MamchesKabalaa BhabbOB, 7 P.m.
Friday. Suturday mornliiK servleen.
9 a.m. Mlm-ha. 7:13 p.m. Talmud
To rah dally from 9 a.m. till noon.
Beth David Congregation (Conserva-
tive). 135 N. W. Third ave.. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S.
Friedman Rcirular Frlda> exeiilni;
services, 7:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services, 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel
(Reform), 137 N. E. 19th St.. Rabbi
Colman A. ZwitmanItnlilii Zwilmun
will read the Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m
MIAMI
BEACH
Beth Jacob Congregation (Ortho-
dox), 301-311 Washington ave.. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis _D.
FederFriday evening services, 7:50
p.m. Adult Saturday morning ser-
vices, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate ser-
vices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10
n.m. Mlncha, 7:80 p.m., followed bj
Blialos Budos, Religious Bcbool ses-
sions, Monday through l-Ylday. '' a.m.
till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative), 1415 Buclld ave., Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Cantor Emanuel
BarkanFriday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Saturday services, B R m. Ju-
nior congregation, 10 a.m. Mlncha, 7
p.m. Bhalos Budos, 7:15 p.m. Hoy
Srout troop SB meeting, 7:80 p.m.
Tuesday, Temple Beth Sholom (Lib-
eral), Chase ave. at 41st St.. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Frldav evening services, B:1S p.m.
High Holy Days, Sept. 26.
ON BEHALF oi the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, president, presents a check to Max Greerierg chairman oif the building
committee, to help finance the addition to the Home at 335 S. W. 12th ave. With them are
Mrs. J. Plotkin (left), treasurer oi the auxiliary, and Mrs. Moses Krieger. one of the Home*
founders._________________________.______.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
The recent marriage of Miss
Lillian Metz to Maurice Crystal,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Crystal,
of Montreal, Canada, is announced
this week by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry L. Metz, 212 S.
Sapodilla ave., West Palm Beach.
The couple, who were married
at the Concourse Paradise. New
York, are honeymooning on the
St. Lawrence river, and will soon
return to West Palm Beach to
live.
The bride, a native of New
York city, was graduated from
Palm Beach High school and at-
tended junior college there. She
was a member of the Beth El
Temple faculty, and is the presi-
dent of the B"nai B'rith Star.-.
Mr. Crystal was recently dis-
charged from the Royal Canadian
Air force after four and one-half
years of service.
Harry Herzenberg. of Jackson-
ville, is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick, 414 Eighth st.
Mr. Hcrzenberg, who recently
celebrated his 80th birthday, has
lived in Jacksonville the past 40
years and for 25 years has served
as executive secretary of the
YMHA there. He is also a mem-
ber of the Jacksonville Jewish
center.
Mrs. Sadie Howze will leave
ir. August for an extended visit
with relatives m New York.
Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of
Temple Beth Israel, presided at a
meeting of consumers who form-
ed an emergency organization de-
manding fair price control re-
cently.
Miss Barbara Shore of New
York city is spending her sum-
mer vacation with her aunts, Mrs.
Leo Gruner and Mrs. H. Elsky .
David Gruner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Gruner, is vacationing
in Pensacola with relatives .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gruner left
for New York, when they will
vacation for six weeks. They
will spend the remainder of the
summer in the Carolinas.
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Strengthening of traditional
Judaism into a united orthodox
front will be initiated as a result
of i e tenth annual convention
of the Rabbinical Council of
America held at Hunter, N. Y.,
recently.
Also planned at the convention
were extension of financial and
political assistance in the physical
rescue and spiritual rehabilitation
of r^uropean Jewry and coopera-
tion with the Palestine Yishuv
in its struggle for respect and
independence.
In its design to revitalize tra-
ditional Judaism, the council will
attempt to end duplication of ef-
fort among various orthodox or-
ganizations and will foster estab-
lishment of institutions of Jewish
learning with a maximalist ap-
proach to Jewish education.
Committee Heads Named
Newly appointed committee
chairmen of the Baltimore club
of Greater Miami are Mrs. Fanny
Nachamson, membership; Mr. O.
Katzenell, sick and welfare and
Harry R. Sherman, entertain-
ment and program. At a meet-
ing of the group held Tuesday
at the Beach Y, a moonlight ex-
cursion was planned for August.
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