The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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^THE JEWISH UNITY
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19_NUMBER 31
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA. FRIDAYAura^f?J--j7^r
PRICE: TEN CENTS
uman Opposes Plan To Federalize Palestine
British Take Tel Aviv,
Impose Rigid Curfew
deration, Hospital
Coordinate Drive
[plan whereby Mt. Sinai hospital will raise $2,500,000
Id to erect a 200-bed hospital, through the coordination of
bs with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was an-
k) this week. The plan received the approval of the
rs of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at a special
b called for this purpose Wednesday.
, plan provides for two separate drives with individual
for the hospital and Federation. Emphasis will be
-1 on coordination of time, use of professional staff, plan-
land lay leadership efforts. Local contributors will be
'to sign separaU phdge
Federation and for the -_ ^^1
lation .1 he ad ***<& 1 OkdyS
htion level with the Fed- w I l"\ .
I professional staff handling INOVCnflDCr XJWVZ
Be work for both campaigns
le entire effort being di-
ll))-a campaign committee
ten people repress nting the
1, ten representing Feder-
md ten selected by the two
utions to represent the
mity at large.
pdication that hospital
mtually become a Federa-
''' is evident
.ton. Stating that tour-
I be approached only for
1 funds, the plan stipulates
face the hospital will prob-
maintained v th Fcdera-
mds in the future, this
Bughthe coordinated plan
in approved by Federa-
te the hospital trusiees,
|ewish Floridian is con-
I its survey lo determine
lopinion regardinq f inanc-
i the hospital and other
matters. Copies of
fettionnaire. which was
in last week's issue,
obtained at The Florid-
Bee.
pn of tourists) can be-
, -' bas's of future solicits-
tounsts fur Federation
|l*o organizations have
pnold the., c ordinated
"between Nov. 15, 1946.
W3 1947, with the hos-
F'tag top givers through
1 ad Federaln,.-. concen-
p top solicitations be-
!!!^UED ON PAGE 7)
\J" Construction
Before Drive
decisi0n to staxi con-
' a Jewish comrrru-
C"* fall
'nadebyiheM ,.u Y.
T5 Uon KapW. new
tW lh* Y-s Oct.
'5 ort to complete
00 "P'tal funds cam-
^Purchase of lot
i? f ,he "w
sL 901ialions
01 he building will
club0l'gymna8ium
' the campaign
*27 be called
"at Pro*PCt
A $300,000 capital funds cam-
paign was approved by the Beach
Y board of directors at a meet-
ing last week.
The board set Nov. 1-15 for its
drive in which it will canvas ap-
proximately 5,000 Beach residents
and businessmen. A feature of
the campaign, to be headed by
Samuel Rivkind, will be solicita-
tion through trades divisions.
Date when the Y will vacate
its present quarters at 1 Lincoln
rd. is "undetermined," according
to Jack Marash, executive direc-
tor, who said that a committee
is now investigating possible
sites for the new Y building. Ac-
cording to previous information,
it is expected that the Y will
move early in November.
To help with the planning, a
Jewish Welfare board campaign
director will visit Miami Beach
in September. Nationally-known
speakers will headline drive
events.
On Rivkind's committee are
David Phillips, Philip Salmon,
George Bertman, Harry Zuker-
nick, Milton Sirkin, George Co-
hen, Harold Turk, Louis Heiman,
Monte Selig and Marash.
With a membership of 2,000.
the Y will celebrate its thirfl
birthday this fall. Thirty groups
are affilfated with the organiza-
tion which is headquarters for
many civic and fraternal groups
on the Beach.
One DP Deatl
In Gun Clash
FRANKFURT (JTA)One
Jewish displaced person was
killed and one wounded and five
Germans were injured as a result
of a gun battle near Munich be-
tween displaced Jews and Ger-
man police and a subsequent
clash between the DP's and Ger-
man civilians.
An announcement by the U. S.
Third Army said that the inci-
dents had occurred near the
Wolfrathausen camp about 15
miles from Munich. The trouble
began when German police halt-
ed a ear in which several dis-
placed Jewish persons were trav-
eling and asked to see their passes.
As they were checking the pa-
pers, the official announcement
said, four men "believed to be
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Conditional approval of a plan
to divide Palestine into four fed-
eral provinces was announced by
Britain Wednesday, but Anglo-
American negotiations on the Holy
Land were disrupted when Presi-
dent Truman recalled his cabinet
committee on Palestine from
London.
Reports were that the Presi-
dent is dissatisfied with Britain's
tederalization program that would
create a Jewish-dominated zone,
an Arab-dominated zone and two
zones administered by the Brit-
ish-controlled central government.
In announcing conditional ap-
proval of the plan, the British also
signified their willingness to per-
mit immediate entry of 100,000
European Jews into Palestine.
A "substantial grant" of Ameri-
can moneyreported by the Brit-
ish press as $300,000,000is sug-
gested in the plan for American
aid to finance Arab economic de-
velopment.
In summoning Special Ambas-
sador Henry F. Grady and the
other committee members to
Washington, the President made
plans to review the whole Pales-
tine problem in detail.
TEL AVIV tJTA)More than 16.000 troops of the British Sixth
airborne division invaded Tel Aviv at 2 a.m. on Tuesday occu-
pied the city, and commenced house-to-house searches. A
rigid curfew was imposed.
Arriving in trucks supported by tanks, armored cars and
Bren gun carriers the division, at full war strength, took up
strategic positions. At dawn the curfew was imposed and
troops began fanning out through the city.
The curfew will be in effect for 22 hours a day, with two
hours allowed for shopping for food and other necessities. All
inhabitants were warned that
Home Hires
New Worker
George Goldcnberg, of New
York, will become executive di-
rector of the Jewish Home for
the Aged as of Oct. 15, Harold B.
Spaet, president, announced fol-
lowing a board of directors meet-
ing Tuesday.
Goldenberg, who has been as-
sociated with several similar or-
ganizations in the New York
area, was in Miami for several
days this week to be interviewed
by the board.
A graduate of New York uni-
versity, he will return here in
October to assume his duties
which will include management
of the Home.
Says Treaties
Lack Force
they are "liable to be shot on
sight" if they violate it.
Early this morning High Com-
missioner Sir Alan G. Cunning-
ham went on the radio to broad-
cast the announcement of the
raids and an explanation of the
occupation of the world's largest
all-Jewish city and the virtual
imprisonment of its 200,000 resi-
dents. He declared that the gov-
ernment had "clear evidence"
that at least some of the terrorists
participating in the bombing of
British military headquarters and
offices of the Palestine govern-
ment secretariat in the King
David hotel in Jerusalem, were in
Tel Aviv. He appealed to the
Jews to aid in this operation to
"root out this canker, which if it
remains, can only recoil on the
heads of the Jewish community."
Expect 3,000 Men And
Women Will Be Arrested
A military spokesman estimated,
that some 3.000 Jews, men and
women, would be detained during
the searches which may last sev-
eral days. He declared that all
men between the ages of 15 and
50 would be questioned and
would be subject to detention.
while women between 15 and 35
would be treated similarly.
Agency Denies
Bomb Blame
JERUSALEM (JTA)A spokes-
man for the Jewish Agency said
that the Agency denies the au-
thenticity of the telegrams con-
tained in the British White Paper
and challenges the British gov-
ernment to prove that the Agency
composed or despatched them.
The Agency spokesman's state-
ment on the White Paper read
as follows: "By adducing a jum-
ble of alleged telegrams stated to
have been sent nine months ago,
of extracts from broadcasts by
the 'Voice of Israel' station and
of passages culled from publica-
tions of terrorist groups, the Brit-
ish government claims to have
obtained proof of cooperation be-
tween some members of the Jew-
ish Agency and Hagana and of
coordination in some cases be-
tween Hagana and terrorist bands.
Not a single one of the alleged
telegrams emanated from the
Jewish Agency in Palestine. The
Jewish Agency cannot accept the
authenticity of these alleged tele-
grams and challenges the British
Pregnant women and women government to prove that the
with small children would be ex- : Jewish Agency was responsible
cepted, he said, unless it were "or their composition, authonza-
proved that they were implicated Itlon or despatch."
in underground activity. Detain-
ed men will be sent to the Raffa
Agency Denies Telegrams
None of the telegrams allegedly
NEW YORK (JTA)The draft
of the peace treaties with Bul-
garia. Hungary, Rumania and
Italy, discussed at the peace con-
ference in Paris, contain several
provisions calling for observance
of human rights and fundamental
freedoms, but do not contain any
provisions for enforcement. Dr.
Max Gottschalk, director of the
Foreign Affairs department of
the American Jewish committee,
said this week on the basis of in-
formation obtained from authori-
tative quarters in London and
Paris prior to the conference.
Dr. Gottschalk, who has just
returned to the United St
after an extended tour of Europe,
told a press conference that it is
necessary that all groups inter-
ested in the establishment of the
principle of equality press for en-
forcement provisions in the treat-
ies with former enemy countries.
"Another basic task," Dr. Gott-
schalk stated, "is to accelerate
the restitution to Jews of property
looted by the Nazis. While most
countries have adopted restitu-
tion laws," he said, "actual re-
turn of property proceeds very
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
detention camp on the Egyptian I exchanged among members of the
border while women will be im- Jewish Agency to Jerusalem and
prisoned at Latrun prison. .London, which the British gov-
^. .u u ,... hn,ica ernment published in the White
During then house to house ^
.1 ._ .. ____ n~.nm Paper, were received or discussed
searches the troops were accom- ,,, ...
' H ,, n,i by members of the Jewish Aegncy
panied by 600 experts of the!Pal- Lo spokesman for the
estine police force with lists of ^
possible suspects. The choice of ed ^ commenti f
whom was to
The choice of
be detained was
wnorr. was i u, "-""" ""ther the members of the Agency
largely determined by the police [^ ^^ ^ colleaglfes g
(Continued from page 1) jPalestine, "some of whom are
------------------------------------------still under detention."
Goldstein Asks Pope ---------------------
To Intervened Jews j |J# # |f a|ts
DP Transport
BERLIN, (JTA) The U.S.
Army has begun halting large
transports of Jewish refugees ar-
riving from the British zone, al-
though permitting the entrance
of small groups, it was learned
here. It is known that Army of-
ficials feel that the British are
failing to shoulder a fair share
of the refugee burden and are
seeking a clarification of the en-
tire problem.
This new policy may explain
the halting and turning back of a
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
NEW YORKRabbi Herbert
S. Goldstein, president of the
Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica, this week cabled an appeal
lo Pope Pius, asking him to
raise his voice against "the
slaughter of Jewish innocents
in Poland."
Pointing out that "words of
good counsel" spoken from the
pulpits of the churches in Pol
land would "slay the hands of
those now shedding Jewish
blood." the Jewish religious
leaders impored the head of
the Catholic church to inter?
cede for the defenseless men,
women and children who had
survived Nai persecution.

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JOIN AUGUST BRIDES-ELECT
MISS SCHULMAN
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Stuillo
Schulmans Reveal Troth
Of Daughter to Orlandoan
Miss Sie9al To Wed
Attorney Aug. 7th
Rockaway Park, N. Y., will be
the scene of the wedding of Miss
Dorothy Siegal, of Far Rocka-
way, and Abe Aronovitz, of Mi-
ll.i. on Wednesday, Aug. 7. An-
Of interest in Miami and Orlando is the news of the forth-
coming marriage of Miss E. Phyllis Schulman and Abe Leon
Kamenoff. Announcement of their engagement is made this
week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce nouncement of their marriage is
de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Mr. Kamenoff is the son of Mr. being made by her mother, Mrs.
and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff, of 2104 Kuhl ave, Orlando, who will Celia Siegal.
be here for the wedding. The couple will be married by
The couple will be married before their immediate families Rabbi Jacobson in his study and
in a ceremony to be performed by Rabbi Morris Skop of Or-'will be feted at a dinner at the
lando at high noon Sunday, August 25, in the Antilla hotel
Gabl. s.
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Miss Schulman has asked hi r
leen, to be her maid
. Thi :: mother will serve
of honor and Jack
K : will be ins brother's
':
An Miami Senior
Hi -']. the bride-elect was
graduated cum laude from the
ill Miami schxx 1 of
in thi ntertain-
I field since childhood, she
has s r fessionally for the
l ast ui y, ars under the name
of PI j His Sharon and n c ntly
pitted a tour of i Dur-
v a member
ol a I "so unit which performed
at military installations through-
out tl
an was president
Hilh i ion at the
Miami i nd has been
: B'rith and the Mi-
bride's home. During the cere-
mony they will be attended by
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie Klein, of Far
Rockaway. Among the guests
will be former Mimians, Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac N. Weinkle, of New
York.
After a honeymoon in upstate
New York, they will return to
make-
ami Y where she is a member of
the Emanon club.
Her fiance attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and was affili-
ated with Tan Epsilon Phi fra-
ternity. In January he was dis-
charged from the Army alter two
and one-half years' service dur-
ing which he participated in Miami in September to
major battles in the Pacific thea- their home at 2370 S. W. Fourth
tre of war. He is now in business St.
in Orlando where the couple will
reside following their honey-
moon. They plan a month-long
motor trip through norl
,-tatcs and Canada. On their re-
turn to Orlando in October, a re-
ception will be held in their
honor.
GOODMAN-CORET
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JOHNSON'S
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with applicator
$1.59
The marriage of Miss Helen
Miss Siegal attended schools in
Far Rockaway. During the war
she was a member of the Ameri-
can Women's Volunteer service
and was active in the Red Cross
and the Long Beach canteen.
More recently she was associated
with the Miami B'nai B'rith of-
fice.
Mr. Aronovitz has practiced law
in Miami for the past 24 years.
He is senior member of the firm
Goodman of Richmond. Calif., to of Aronovitz, Weinkle and Arono-
Irwin All. n Coret, captain. US vitz. He has served as president
Army medical corpus and son of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cunt of was acting state's attorney, city
Miami, took place in Springfield, solicitor for five years and at-
Mass., on July fourth. The young torney for the civil service board,
couple honeymooned in the Berk- ,He is a member of the Elks and
shire mountains where they at- Masons and was formerly a board
tended
val.
the summer music festi-
Seminole Visits Camp
member of Temple Israel.
A group of Mr. Aronovitz'
triends honored him at a cock-
.'ail party and bachelor dinner
Saturday evening.
When Beach Y campers gather-
ed around their Indian campfire
yesterday, local color was sup-
plied by a Seminole who told
Stol il S of his tribe.
On Scholarship Board
ranwjiuGust
Miss Frankel, M. Genet
To Say Vows In New yor|
Two prominent Miami Beach families will be
Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel becomes the bride of m""^ '
on Sunday, August 11, at the Hotel Pierre m New vJfH
Miss Frankel and her parents, the Mayer H F T1'
now in New York where Mr. Genet and his parents l?''
Mrs. Harry Genet, will join them next week. *'
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach JeWii,
will perform the ceremony which will be followed bv
tion and luncheon at the hotel. Among the quests wUlu
Frankel's brother, Marvin; Mr. Genet's brother, Saul- W vl
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs------------- .-___^0
Miss Ribalow to w3
Rabbi Judah Nadictf
.Irving Genet, all of Miami Beach,
and his brother-in-law. Dr. Ralph
R. Coleman, of Charleston, S.C.
The couple will honeymoon in
New England. A number of so-
cial events will be held in their
honor when they return to make
their home in Miami Beach early
this fall.
The bride-elect attended South-
ern Junior college in Virginia and
received her bachelor's and law
degrees from the University of
Miami, where she was president
of Delta Phil Epsilon sorority.
She is president of the local unit
of Junior Hadassah, president of
that organization's southeastern
region and a member of its na-
tional board of directors. During
the recent Federation campaign,
she was chairman of the Miami
Beach youth division.
Her fiance, who attended high
school in New York, is also a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami law school. A member of the
Dade county and Florida Bar as-
sociations, he is also affiliated
with B'nai B'rith, the Beach Y,
the Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, Elks and the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. He is vice presi-
dent of the Beth Jacob syna-
gogue.
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Michael Fred, son of Dr. and
Mrs. George Graham, 912
Fourth St., was born July 23 at
the Victoria hospital. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei officiated at the
Bris Wednesday Susan
Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Locknitsky, 725 Alton
rd., was born July 10 Mel-
vin Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Posner, 1023 Lenox ave.,
July 13 .
Gary Ted, son oj Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Malakotf, 1610
S. W. 15th st., July 16 Law-
rence Michel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Michel Seidenberg,
4540 Royal Palm ave., Miami
Beach, July 17 .
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintruub is
among the newly appointed mem-
Other events of the camp this beis of the scholarship committee
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liquid wax. Half-gallon
ran with applicator.
MIAMI STORE, HOUSE
FURNISHINGS, FIFTH FLOOR
week included a Softball game
in which the 41st st. polo park
team bested the camp team 6-3
and another in which the camp-
ers tied a counsellor team 4-4.
of the Dade county Federation
of Women's clubs. The group is
: lied to meet next week to
discuss applications for scholar-
ships.
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Tuesday and Wednesday. Aug. 6-7
ANTON CHEKHOV FILM FESTIVAL
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Two great comedies by the famous
Russian writer, featuring artists of
THE MOSCOW ART THEATRE
. amusing bits of buffoon artistry .
expert players quaint diversion. .
. delightful farcical satire
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EXTRA ATTRACTION!
RUSSIAN NEW6REEL
First Time Shown in the South!
You Must Read .
CHAIM WEIZMAN
Essays on his works and per-
sonality by Felix Frankfurter.
L u d w i g Lewisohn, Dorothy
Thompson. Norman Angell.
Thomas Mann. Maurice Sam-
uel, Pierre Tan Paaacen. Shol-
em Asch. Stephen S. Wise and
many others.
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CORAL GABLES
oiivry iefyjej
The engagement 0|
dassah Ribalow of Vlvl
Rabbi Judal Nadich, formJ
v.ser on Jewish affair, J1
era! of the A my DwightjA
enhower, ,- being
by her parents, Mr.
Ribalow.
Formerly a lieutenant i
Rabbi Na will leave,
to survey J ..... wa,
needs in Europe, South
East Africa nd Palestine j
Joint Disti ution Com
Rabbi Nadicl visited Greaterl
ami last winter on behalf t
United J> wi Appeal.
Miss Hi: iw is the eat
secretary of the Rabbinical]
sembly of tl Jewisl
Siminarv.
Y Camp Has Color ]
CaillOe:
camp partii i] ited in a color|
last Friday with the carr.p d
ed into two t< ;ims. the Blue!
ils and tit White Angels. (
petition w keen bctweenl
two groups which met in j
letic events, a sing, drai
and formatii n marching.
Conducted on the Y play I
the athletic matches consist!
several n lay races, a bm|
contest, a horseshoe
meet, and several basketball
baseball events. The cclcrf
singfest consisted of new i
songs, t...' ngs, am! cheal
jeers. The activities of )
were euln inated by a dn
program and baseball gante.]
The Be.H YMHA teaal
defeated Tin i.i.v five to 4j
its closest rival in the
Beach twilii t league, the I
ner Cons:.. '.. n co. team
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DAY,
AUGUST
2, 1946
^JewistrhridHam
ygitu pxrfcmq,
eek Dr and Mrs. Barney
Jle' 1245 Euclid ave.. re-
| recently from their va-
whichtook them to Bos-
l NeW York and Canada...
r and Mrs. Win. D. Singer
leave today to visit their
iers, Dotty and Marlene.
, are at a camp in Maine.
will be awcjy several
Mr. und Mrs. Nat
i*rq, 1285 S. W. 19th ter..
Ithis week for their vacation.
|y will stop first in Savan-
Ga and will proceed to
, York. While there, they
'see their daughter. Char-
who is at camp in New
and Mrs. Nat Zalka and
ohter, Mildred, will spend a
in Hendersonville. The
s younger daughter,
jfa, returned this week from
bit in New York Mrs.
us Scheinberg, 2256 S. W.
i ter., is visiting her former
|e in Hartford, Conn. She
[return about October 1 .
and Mrs M. S. Rubin,
Flamingo dr. will leave
Imonth to visit their children
arsdale, N. Y., and spend
time in the Berkshire
nlains. They will be away
months Mrs. Mary
nan is visiting with her
in Chicago and will
... Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen re-
turned from a two month vaca-
tion in Philadelphia, New York
and Washington with their
daughter, Carole, who will re-
turn to the University of Miami
in the fall. Mrs. Bell Peyser
and daughter, Sandra, are visit-
ing with the Tannens, her par-
ents, from Philadelphia .
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle
and Jerome Weinkle are in
Houston, Texas Mr. and
Mrs. A. Seidler are flying to
Estes Park, Colo., to attend the
board meeting of the National
Electronic Distributors associa-
tion the tenth of August. They
will be away two weeks .
Miss Hope Tanenbaum,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Tanenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th
ter., returned to Miami this
week after visiting in Cali-
fornia .
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dia-
mond and their children, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Miller and
son, Harvey, will leave this
month for San Francisco via
the southern route. They will
return by the northern route
after a three month stay. A
farewell party was given for
them July 24 by Miss F. Horo-
witz. Mr. Diamond's son, Wil-
liam J. Diamond, will celebrate
his wedding anniversary and
birthday tonight at his home,
211 Ahmed, Opa-Locka. Miss
Horowitz will leave Monday
for Baltimore .
PAGE THREB
New Group Releases Study
On Polio As First Project
Recognizing the need for seeking out the facts on community
problems, a group of local citizens, who profess they "have no
professional nor political axes to grind," have organized the
Monday Evening club to arouse public opinion on civic problems.
Their first project, a 1,500-word paper on "Polio: A Commu-
the National hotel auditorium at ,nT"v ResP"sibility," was presented to the Dade County Clean
8:30 p.m. Tuesday. In ,; Up council this week.
the affair, which is expected to Prepared by laymen after careful research, the paper con-
!. Aaitu40^pro:spi'(l1 "embers, tains an analysis of scientific literature on polio and concludes
with the following recommendations:
The highlight of the month-
Ions membership drive of the Mi-
ami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith
will be Si smoker to be held at
is Arthur Frishman. Entertain-
ment will be provided by stage
and night club stars.
ments will be served.
Admission to the Tuesday
ning smoker will he limited to
B'nai B'rith members ai d their
guests. Frishman urges that every
member bring at least one pros-
pect.
"1. The creation of a full-time
permanent staff of public health
experts to work in Dade county,
to work with a long-range view
in an attempt to ascertain the
circumstances which have given
rise to epidemics in this area.
"2. To train workers for in-
vestigation of all cases; to make
Trip To Washington
Awaits Prize Debater
ed to Texas. She will
ay three or four months, are visiting in New York and
A trip to Washington to visit
the house of representatives is in
store for a local high school stu-
Reports of the drive are given luse 5" all" p^VibV"develo"pmente dent- e trip will be first prize
at the weekly lodge luncheons in the area: to investigate all '" a debate contest to be sponsor-
held each Tuesday at Al'i Rendez- febrile diseases; to take careful J? if SC S th X" 7*
vous restaurant. histories of all contacts made by gf ,pub,,ic *tta"f ^mHtee of
At the Shelborne hotel yester- each case of polio. I?hle_ ***>**
day afternoon, a cocktail party "3. The creation of a public
for the professional men on Mi- health commission, consisting of
ami Biach was held by the lodge non-salaried medical and lay
with Harold Turk serving as members who would sift the evi-
chairman and as host. Doctors, dence and make advisory decis-
dentists, lawyers, druggists and ions relative to closing of schools,
architects were guests at the af- use of swimming pools, attend-
fair. George P. Talianoff, Florida ance of children at theatres, play-
director of the Anti Defamation grounds, etc., and organizing pro-
league of B'nai B'rith, addressed grams of scientific study and pre- an wl" bc ln cnal"R ()f lhc con-
vention." tl''t- Nathan and Sidney Hollan-
t ,,, ,, der were recently appointed to
In the paper, the group points
out the conflicting information
| cording to John Kroncnfela,
chairman.
Designed to encourage interest
in current events, the contest will
be judged by religious, education-
al and civic leaders. Prizes will
j bc awarded to the winning team
as well as the best debater.
Jerome Weinkle and Ray Nath-
the gathering.
Serving with Turk on the com-
mittee were Dr. Donald Michnoff,
Dr. Alex Libow, Dr. Joseph Pom- released to the public during the
erantz, Dr. Julius Pearson, Jerry
Warren, Walter Kovner, Harold
Shapiro, and Melvin Grossman.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weitzman ,
back overseas last week
. and Mrs. Frank Coret are are expected back the end of ,M'SS Delli S,one has returned
ng in Bell. Cclif, with their the week ... Mr. and Mrs. Jacob '^vacationing in New York.
n-law and daughter. Dr. Plotkin were among the guests1 .er "e,ndln2 ,he wedding
Mis. Frank Wasserman. !at the farewell party given for Thelma Berger to Larry
will return to Miami in Cantor and Mrs. Emanuel Bar- ,* an? ^spending sev-
teier Mr. and Mrs. kan recently by their fr/ands *raI mnths in Ne,w York Mrs.
and daughters,!. Mr. and "Mrs. Max Halpern, 'Anna Ber9er
~r* ...;)>____9io r..wu ... HA;___: of__v have returned
Kaplan
i and Rita, are spending a 212 Fourth St., Miami Beach,
|th at the Cromwell hotel on will leave this week to spend Pnd M's- Bronis wiI) make lheir
M,;,. c_____ ,.. .._.u- ...;.v__i_.-___ nome n<
iBeach
in
Morris Cowen two months with relatives ,
led from a business trip Spring Valley. N. Y_____ I Beraer vis,,in9 in Daytona
week which took him to | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray vis. Reach
qo, New York. Providence 1375 S. W. 18th St., left by plane JJg1
MoHis Weinkle nnd W 2 weekJorn extended va- for AUanta Xre^her mother
L, V emKle and her cation in Hendersonville, N. C. m
JWtt-m-tawaie spending a I. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. #c .
W ende,rSOnville Weiss and daughter. Rita, re. Mr*. Herbert Scher and so>^
Hohauser himl IimImJL. ,*-. Stanley and Fredrick, returned
to Miami last week after vaca-
prescnt epidemic.
It advocates that "every sani-
tary precaution possible be
taken," including testing of water
for pollution by outside impartial
experts.
At first, the men and women
who constitute the Monday Eve-
ning club gathered together as a
social group. At the time that
they organized, the polio situa
tion was becoming acute, and be-
ing parents, concerned with their
children's health, they were wor-
ried about the epidemic. The pa-
per is a result of their research.
Besides the polio situation, the
was here on"a" combined busl f!l',,up f1? ,0 sXf*. a va[iety ?f
Civic matters and stimulate pub-
lic opir'.on. The members feel
and son. Irwin,
to Miami. Mr.
the public affairs committee.
Other events planned by the
lodge include a membership
dance at the President Madison
hotel, Aug. 11 and a meeting
Sept. 18 at which George Smatn-
crs, congress-elect, will be guest
speaker. New members will be
initiated at the September meet-
ing.
tere soon. Miss Barbara
and will return next
Mrs. Elry Stone left
is
-eo Hohauser | turned last week Jrom vacation-
[daughter. Alberta, of 1441
" Third st are spending
pauner at their cottage in
W. Conn. They will re-
i Miami about Sept. 1 .
J Ann Pastroff. of 1856 S. W.
i & vaca"ning with
[children, Mono and Ecl-
at the beach in Milford,
and Mrs. Samuel Konick,
3 S^ W. Third st., are
n9 the summer with their
ana daughter-in-law. Mr.
|ta. Harry E. Konick, of
Haven. Conn. Mrs.
Mw Silverstein and daugh-
|y returned to Miami
* bunday after visiting in-
i lg in New York. They are now ,
.,' inn _, ,lq niQ:k u.=i tioning in New York and Louis-
S?ES.? g ville. Ky. Mrs Seller's broth-
the Beach
H. M. Drewich left Sunday to
visit his children in Chicago
and in Omaha. He will return
in October ... Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Goldstrich and family.
that action of this type will be
helpful in solving current prob-
lems.
Herman Wcpman is acting sec-
n tary of the club.
The beginning of anger is mad-
nr.-s. the end penitence.
ers, Isaac and Dennis Berman,
are visiting in Miami and are .
stopping at the Shelborne hotel, \ New LocaUon
. Mrs. Bert Collier has pur- j J
chased a 16-foot yawl and is, i
waiting for it to be recondi-
city and Saratoga
* fbert Seiden of Miami
ft110' in Philadelphia
Habbi Simon April, for-
oi Miami, is recuperat-
iH^uma,j0r Pe'tion at
ps hospital in Balti-
j- Judge and Mrs. Ken-
a Qnd daughter, Bon-
late vacat
I*"' I Gerald Lewis and
-loning in Guate-
I three weeks Mr".
lanH u i-ewis ana
fSndMrSthpLe A,cke"n
jtua lhe weekend in
Pan
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They will be away a month .
Mrs. Louise Gollan of Glas-
gow, Scotland, has returned
home after visiting for a month
with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Seitlin, of Miami. She
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FRIDAY,
AUGUST
I
TO START
WEEKLY ART CLASS
Weekly art classes for members
Of the Miami B'nai B'rith Wom-
en will be inaugurated at noon
Wednesday, Aug. 7, at the home
of Mrs. Sam Goldman, president,
1775 S.W. 16th ave.
Members with young children
nee d not stay home for Mrs. Gold-
man promises that provisions will
be made to care for the children
and provide projects for them as
well as their mothers.
The classes will include sketch-
ing, painting and some pastel
work. The organization also plans
to buy a kiln in order to work
in ceramics.
Only requirement for enroll-
ment is membership in the Miami
B'nai B'rith Women's group. Cost
of the course will be fifty cents
a week and members will be
asked to bring their own mate-
rials. Refreshments will he
served.
Well known people in the field
arc being invited to discuss Jew-
ish participation in art for the
classes.
Further information regarding
the classes may be obtained by
calling Mrs. Arnold Simon, art
chairman, at 2-6312.
Other projects of the Women's
group include an ice cream so-
cial which will be held in the
near future for patients at Pratt
General hospital. The organiza-
tion is also seeking out Us musi-
cally and dramatically talented
members with the view of pre-
i nl ing a show this year.
'v-vm
DAVID LEROV TOBIN, son
oi Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Tobin, 5231 N. Bay rd., has
been sworn in as a midship-
man at Annapolis after ap-
pointment to the U. S. Naval
Academy by Senator Claude
Pepper. He is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school
and the Bullis school. Silver
Spring, Md.
Ida Engler Receives
Post As Policewoman
Gables Group Discusses
Religious School
Reports on the proposed cstab-
lishment of a Sunday school in
Coral Gables will be made at a
public meiting of the Gables
Jewish Center group, 8:30 p.m.
.Sunday ;it the Hillel House.
The organization is also con-
templating the formation of boy
girl scout troops this fall.
Mrs. I. M. W< instein will re-
Th< Great Conspiracy" by
Sayers and Kahn.
Miss Ida Engii r, who has been
:i clerk in the juvenile aid bureau
f Miami for five years, was
sworn in as a p licewoman of the
juvenile bureau yesterday morn-
ing. She is one i l two women en j,', Miami. Approximately 75 girls
arc expected to attend, according
BBG-BBYW All Set For
District Convention
Plans for the forthcoming B'nai
B'rith Girls-B'na. B'rith Young
Women's district convention,
winch will be held at the Betsy
Ross hotel the weekend of Aug.
18. were completed at a meeting
0f the convention committee this
week in the B'nai B'rith office.
The convention will unofficial-
ly open Saturday evening. Aug.
17, with registration of delegates
and an informal juke box dance.
Miss Sara Rose Schwartz, district
president, will formally open the
first business session Sunday
morning. A luncheon will be held
Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel
followed by a sightseeing boat
rule aboard the Showboat.
The delegates will attend one
,,! the Voice of Youth series at
the Beach Y on Sunday evening
at which Arthur Griffith will be
th finest speaker. A pajama par-
ty, complete with cold cuts and
rye bread, has In en schedued for
Sunday night.
Monday will be devoted to bus-
iness sessions with a luncheon at
Al's Rendezvous on the agenda.
Election of new officers will be
held on Monday. A formal instal-
lation banquet and dance at the
President Madison hotel on Mon-
day night will be the highlight of
the weekend.
After the newly elected execu-
tive committee meets on Tues-
day morning, delegates will re-
turn to their homes, which range
from Washington and Baltimore
Pete Silver has left on a buy-
ii u trip to Baltimore, Philadel-
New York. St. Louis and
. pi eparatoi y to opening
his new paint store at 1119 S.W.
First st.
Attend no auctions if thou hast
no mom v.
the city force.
A recommendation for Miss
Engler's promotion was made last
week by Poke-chief Chares O.
Nelson, as a result of her high
average on a civil service exam
for promotion.
A native Miamian, .-he has been
active in civic and community
circles for many years. She or-
ganized the Junior Y and served
as it's first president and later
became president of the YWHA
of Miami. For light years sin
taught the kindergarten class of
the B
and is still a member ol the Beth
David synagogue.
A graduate of Miami Senior
high school, sh< attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. Among her
other activities, she was an offi-
cer in Junior Hadassah. in the
Junior Council, and in the Junior
Eastern Star, Order of the Beati-
tudes. During the war, Miss Eng-
to Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, di-
rector of girls' work for the dis-
trict.
Lesser Is Marine Head
Alfred A .Lesser has been re-
elected commandant of the Mi-
ami Beach Detachment of the
Marine Corps league. Harry Kohn
was named senior vice command-
ant and Albert Ketterel, junior
vice commandant. Other officers
are Irwin I. Kane, judge advo-
cate: Clifford Mark, chaplain; Mi-
riam Katz. adjutant paymaster:
and Bennie Polombo, sergeant
at arms.
OBITUARIES
WEINBERG
M'li Welnberg:, 75, retired cloth-
ing merchant who owned a rhaln of
- et throughout the coun-
ter served as chairman of the date,' v: "' '' '''"' ",,1>' ln *oplul.
and hostess committee for the |rnaVhl^"enrl^un^home ^two
Army and Navy in Dado county.
Home Resident Dies
EVERYBODY
must hare
VITAMINS
Of course everybody
get* SOME Vitamins.
Surveys show that mil-
lions of people do not
get ENOUGH.
A pleasant, convenient
__ economical way to be
*vi"h/** sure that you and your
i tmk i ^ family do not lack essen-
,V* tial B Complex Vitamin
Is to take ONE- A-DAY brand
Vitamin B Complex tablets.
1 if/ An insufficient supply of B
^y/ Complex Vitamins causes In-
AY digestion. Constipation, Nerv-
I j ousness, Sleeplessness, Crank-
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other causes for these conditions, but
why not guard against this ono cause
by taking a ONE-A-DAY brand
Vitamin B Complex Tablet everyday?
r Important Get yeur money*!
worth, always
and price.
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged and represent
of the parent organization attend-
ed funiral services for Wolf Ra-
binovitz, a resident of the Home.
Monday afternoon at the Gordon
Funeral home.
Services for Rabinovitz, who
was 85, wire conducted by Rab-
bi Joseph E. RackovsKy and were
followed by burial in Mt. Sinai
cemetery.
Formerly of Chicago, Mr. Ra-
binovitz died Saturday morning
in a local hospital. He had lived
at the Home for the Aged since
its opening last Decembi r.
Mrs. Benjamin Sherry repre-
sented the wonit n's auxiiaries
and Daniel Broad, Gus Trail and
Harry Danziger represented the
men's organization of the Homo.
- '-......mlng from Butte, Mnt
He lived nt 123 s W, SOth it. The
9 bei n sent t" Chllago, home
lister, Mrs, Jennie Epstein.
of a
Let not your heart with cues
be filled, for care has
victim kilh d.
BLANCK
Phillip Planck, pioneer Miamian,
.ii"! last week at Johns Hopkins hos-
pital, Baltimore, nt ih<- age <>i fio
"u'tlvi ,i civic affairs, Blanck was n
t'.'iii.i.r ..f Both David congregation
and *n a lif.- in.mlior of Anchor
'' Ko. IRS, Key West. Ho
came to Key West in 1905 ami moved
tn Miami in 1913
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jennie
'I. Illanck; one daughter, Mrs. Minnie
iloldonblanok: two sons, Bernard and
jjd, i" th ..r Miami: two Bisters, Mrs
iluhen and Mrs. Clara Raff!
both "f .Miami, ami three brothers,
Max ami Son r.oldenMank if Miami'
"nil David fioidenhlank of New York
Korvlo, wore held Monda> In the
i.onion Funeral home i hapel with bu-
V,'1 '" ''" '.....ly plot in Wood
Mi morlal park,
IWI1
GOODMAN
M ',, ,;' "I" an. 7::. .,f 915 Euclid
ii v.- .Miami Reai h, died In a hospital
la; il. had been .- winter
hi n for the past IS years from
Dong Island Surviving are
11 wife. Mi- Nona-Goodman, and n
ii o'v I...Hi ..f Miami Beach The
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MATZ DIES IN CRASH
NEW YORK (JTA) Funeral
services were held here last week
for Sidney Matz, well-known
New York businessman and phil-
anthropist, who was killed when
his plane, which he was piloting,
crashed in the state of Washing-
ton while he was on a business
trip.
Eulogies were delivered by
Judge Meier Steinbrink, chair-
man of the eastern regional office
of the Anti-Defamation* league;
Robert Szold, co-chairman of the
American Economic Committee
for Palestine; Edward A. Nor-
man, president of the American
Fund for Palestinian Institutions,
and others. The honorary pall-
bearers were headed by Prof. Al-
bert Einstein.
Mr. Matz was a founder and di-
rector of the American Economic
Committee for Palestine, on the
advisory board of the American
Fund for Palestinian Institutions,
a founder and trustee of the Pal-
estine Symphony orchestra and
was active in other Jewish organ-
izations.
He wi.ti
works ol lov
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LEGAL NOTICES
TO Wllo.M IT MAT CONCERN:
The A ft Ii Garment Company, located
ai Z5 \. W Pint Btreet, Miami, Ha,
is now under new ownership and the
new owners signed below herewith
rive public notice that they will not
be romonsiblo for any debts contrarl.'il
by the A .*.- B Garment Company prior
i" July lib. 1946.
SI Mi >N" BINORR
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN
I>.\VII> M. BRYAN
IN Till
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in re; l!* > koBATtf
Mi^taown' sTiM? Bi
teamed, r- BUs
NmTIi'oXm. "H.
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known in ,; ,,.' (;U:
late of I" Countv n
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V, ":"'' .inn, "."
Sre-d.emoa, SB.....A
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Attorney* :. : Bernini r
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underpinned, desiring to enmse In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL CLASS AM> MIRROR
COMPANY, at 7921 N w. Seventh
Am inn-. Miami. Florida. Intend to reg-
ister enid name with the Cleric of the
Circuit Court of i>aiic County. Florida,
MORRIS MANOER
OTTn FRLDMAN
IltVlNi: MiS*KO\VITZ
NATHANIEL I KLEIN,
Ittorney for Applicant.
8 2-9-18-23-30
^OJICB IS HEREBY
ho uii'l. .,.......
1,1 '' mlei the flctltt
Miami Boa, ilUw*
V" -"' fitli thcS-
< 're"" l I '...I.. Count,"J
MYERS. HKlMAJsVSSfl
s^<"- tpplkut, "
NOTICE IS HEREBY W
the 'iii'ifiM. i,
bualnei b ii the riotlthn
TROPICAL IIIM'l::
'at Miami. Ploi Ida, Inttndi toi
said name with the Clot
Circuit Co r>ad '""untv l.
ALFRED JA.fiBS.
Sole
7/26 8 2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
PB under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL TRADING OF .MIAMI, at
1215 N, E. 2ml Ave. Miami. Els.. In-
lend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Daile
County, Florida,
DAN EXGELBERO
Ql'ENTIN HANDLER
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys ror Applicant!.
: 2ii 8/2-9-U-2S
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the limb;.---j !. aesirinc to a|
business n.....he fk-tlUoii i
HERMITAUK HOTEL, at
Firet Avei Miami, Floridi. j
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of Hi. Cli i Cu irl ( Mi (
Florida.
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AUGUST 2LJ946_
*Jewisii Thrkllan
}r^fyea&inq,
Ltinoeo from page S)
flnd Mrs. Jerome Freeh-
"fchildren, Jeanne and
KS to Miami after
ftSStay in Chicago.
>* there to celebrate
IShs 'other's 75th
VB as lhe first
n in five /ears .
fSria Sterman. of Fay-
15, wai arnve in Miam
Keek as houseguest of
ISShling- Both girls are
VTat the University of
Ud'Mrs. Samuel A Riv-
L leaving next week for
[york and Boston. While
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[daughter and grand-
L and Mr. Rivkind will
L offices of the National
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], Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Ljdnd are leading this
[for New York. They are
ling up and will visit with
daughters there .
, Misses Esther Argintar.
tf Hirsch, Babotte Wolf,
IHertzman, Barbara Steig,
1 Gottfried, Sally Horn,
tie Vitsky and Marcille
^an attended Summer
; at the University of
i last weekend Mrs.
. Adierblum is visiting
her daughter in Chicago.
1 be away several more
i Esther Argintar, daugh-
| Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ar-
is leaving today for
[rile, N. C, to visit with
her cousin. She will be away
about a month. Her brother,
Eli, is expected home from New
York this week Miss Char-
lotte Kotkin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Mike Kotkin, is flying
to New York Sunday for a two
month stay. She will join her
parents and brother, Sidney,
there .
Mrs. Max Rappaport is vaca-
tioning in Philadelphia, New
York and Atlantic City .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ahlman
will leave Monday to motor to
Flat Rock, N. C, where they
will be joined by their son,
Harry, jr., who is at Chimney
Rock camp. On their return
they will stop in Atlanta to visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Zahn .
Miss Jean Rudd, of Palm Beach,
will be the houseguest of Miss
Julia Ahlman while her parents
are away .
Mr. and Mrs. Julien Appere
and son, Spencer, of 60 N. E.
50th st., are spending the month
of August at the Crescent hotel
on Miami Beach Sam Silver
returned from a business and
pleasure trip to Charlotte, N. C.
He visited with his family there
. Mrs. Helen B. Low is visit-
ing her husband, Dr. Solas J.
Low from Brooklyn, N. Y. .
Sam Marcus of Brooklyn spent
several days in Miami on a
combined business and pleas-
ure trip Mrs. Joe Rosenthal
will leave this week for Tampa
to visit her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Cohen.
PAGE FIVE
REFORM LEADER ASKS
SPIRITUAL REVIVAL
LONDON, (JTA)A warning
to world diplomats assembled at
the Paris peace conference that
"only a far-reaching and pro-
found spiritual revival can re-
deem our otherwise lost genera-
tion," was made by Dr. Maurice
|N. Eisendrath, director of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
Igregations, in an address at the
! first postwar conference of the
World Union for Progressive Ju
daism held here.
RABBI EDWARD ZER1N (right), recent graduate of the Hebrew Representatives of liberal Ju-
Union college, Cincinnati, is spending several weeks at the daism from tcn countries attend-
Alomac hotel with his mother. Mrs. Ida Zerin. The last person J*. *he mcet!?g wwhi.ch 1S *""*
to be nrdmnoH r, uk; i .u- j .- f^"> nekl under the chairmanship of
HOC hZTS, \ .u t* i7earAf fduanna *la of formcr Chief Rabbi Lco BaecPk of
HUC. he is shown here with Dr. David Philipson, who s the Berlin. Rabbi Baeck charged that
only living member of the first graduating class of 1883. the recent ordeal through which
nabbi Zerin has just been named assistant rabbi of United the Jewish peope passed was in
Hebrew Congregation, St. Louis, Mo. He is originally from a large measure due to the fact
Wilmington, Del. that responsible people remained
- silent instead of extending help
to the Jews.
PROPOSES
WA EQUALIZATION
SHINGTON (JTA)Presi-
uman in a letter to Secre-
If State Byrnes on May 25
Rested that immigration
about 90 per cent of
I were being filled by dis-
1 persons in the American
I in Germany, be spread
1 so that alie:-? waiting at
lU. S. consulates throughout
prld might have a chance to
(ate to the United States, ac-
! to the visa division of the
I department.
|the letter to Mr. Byrnes,
lnt Truman is reported to
piled attention to the many
\H aliens waiting at U. S.
we; throughout the world
> have expressed himself in
"'lessening the quota num-
Thich had been allotted to
mencan zone in Germany to
'Part of these other aliens
f* to this country.
' State department spokes-
Wnted out that many of
|People were themselves ref-
ho had escaped from
V earlier years. He
rj hat the effect of the
sm.al sugges,iun would ^
F process of decentraliz-
P* quota numbers. He
fj? lhat eventually only
!a-|Ct?t "f the qUOta
06 available for DP's.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Dora
May, of 2107 S.W. 60th ave., will
take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in
Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Joseph^
E. Rackovsky will officiate. Ar^
rangements are in charge of Sid-
ney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends and
relatives are requested to attend.
Priest Demoted After
Condemning Pogrom
WARSAW, (JTA)A Polish
priest who publicly denounced the
Kielce pogrom, in which 41 Jews
were killed, has been stripped of
his post and restricted in the
exercise of his ecclesiastical du-
ties, according to a report pub-
lished this week in Gazetta Lu-
dowa, organ of Vice President
Stanislaw Mikolajczyk.
Father Henryk Werynski, of
Cracow, had strongly condemned
the Kielce outbreak from his pul-
pit and delivered a .sermon on an-
ti-Semitism. He had also stressed
the desirability of a closer under-
standing between the church and
the government.
As Father Henryk Werynski,
of Cracow, had strongly con-
demned the Kielce outbreak with
superiors in the church, the edict
issued by Adam Cardinal Capieha
of Cracow and read in all the
churches of the archdioces last
Sunday came as a surprise. The
edict did not specify any reason
for the action. Officials in the
Warsaw office of August Cardin-
al Hlond, Polish Primate, declin-
ed to comment.
Second SOS Collection
Ready For Shipment
Greater Miami's second collec-
tion of Supplies for Overseas Sur-
vivors is ready to bo sent to Joint
Distribution Committee
AEPi to Form Chapters
The Miami Alumni chapter of
head- Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity will
q~uai:tcr7m'Mt Ve'rnom'N.Y., ac- IfP* at the Wofford
hotel, 2400 Collins ave., to discuss
the establishment of the fratern-
ity of the Universities of Miami
and Florida. Harold Shapiro is
secretary of the group.
cording to local relief drive work-
ers.
The shipment of food, clothing
and medical supplies is estimat-
ed to weigh around 4,000 pounds
or more. First collection of relief
supplies sent from this area early
this month weighed over 6,000
pounds.
The cartons were prepared by
Mrs. Joseph Brenner of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Ben Essen, who
is in charge of the SOS drive in
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Friends and relatives are request-
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VOLUME 19 NUMBER 31
Miami 18. Florida, Friday. August 2, 1946
AV 5. 5706
THE SHOCK TREATMENT
One of the most effective treatments discovered in medicine
in recent years is the shock treatment. Mental cases which
have resisted every other known form of treatment have in
thousands of cases been overcome by shock. The jolt to the
system is administered either by electricity or some powerful
drug.
The physicians cannot explain why it is that shock should
prove so curative. They only know that it does. On the face
of it, it would seem that the patient suffering from a neurosis or
a psychosis needs anything but a shock. It would seem that in
his case, something just the opposite of shock, something sooth-
ing would be called for. The soothing idea was the plan gen-
srally allowed by the old medicine. The sufferer was generally
placed amid pleasant surroundings, allowed and encouraged
lo sleep and rest much, everything disturbing or shocking was
kept away from him.
The soothing treatment, however, accomplished nothing in
the case of extreme victims. But shocking them performs
miracles. The shock treatment is not without danger. The
family of the sufferer is always required to sign a paper author-
izing the treatment, but despite the danger, thousands gladly
do so. It is the one hope of the severe victim.
It is perhaps not far fetched to see the relationship of this
to what is happening with regard to the Palestine issue. Every-
one seems to deplore the terrorism in Palestine, but this terror-
ism seems to be the shock treatment" which is waking up the
world. At least we are even hearing of Mr Byrnes and Mr.
Attlee conferring in Paris on Palestine. President .Truman has
shown his dissatisfaction with these various schemes that show
a continuation of the Tory policy of Arab appeasement. The
President has summoned home his committee of experts on
Palestine for a review of the whole problem.
But the Jewish terrorists of Palestine have at least shocked
England and the world and awakened it. England had thought
she could glide easily over the Palestine issue. She has been
shocked into awakening. The various partition schemes show
that she now realizes it will not be so easy as she had thought
to ignore the Jewish demands. Not only England has been
shocked, but the same thing has happened in America. Mr.
Byrnes has at last also been awakened.
The world has been suffering from a neurosis about the Jew.
It has been the victim of a fixed obsession that the Jew is power-
less, that he is weak, cowardly, and will not fight.
It is this neurotic idea which is at the base of all anti-Semitic
drives. It was the idea which Hitler had and on which he
launched his beginnngs. "Declare war on the Jews. What
have you got to lose? They cannot fight back."
In Palestine, the Jews have been giving the world a "shock
treatment," which may perhaps awaken it from its age old
neurosis. It may be that little Palestine singly, by its valiant
stand, will do more to remove the world's anti-Semitism than
all the other multitudinous agencies devoted to that purpose,
combined.
At any rate, we know this, that the treatment has succeeded
to the point of making the world conscious of the Palestine issue
That may not be a cure, but it is the first step to a cure If it
does not work, probably nothing else will.
COORDINATED PLAN
The reception accorded the proposed Mt. Sinai hospital has
by far outreached the attention given other proposed commu-
nity ventures.
A note in the daily press this week stated. "Hospital facilities
at Jackson Memorial hospital have reached a new low A
heart attack victim stricken at home the other night received no
assistance from the city operated institution. Police were told
there was only one intern on duty and he could not leave the
premises. The victim, a retired fireman, died "
Similar tales explain the enthusiasm'evidenced by those in
the front-line drive to raise the substantial sum of S2 500 000
The approved basis for conducting the drive with Federa-
tion on a coordinated plan has mutual advantages for bom
nTZZnS-- ThG TTS fua11 camP^ns depends, a ever
on the planning and leadership. The Dresent lin<,,,~
well for Mt. Sinai's proposed structure P "P UgurS
What Do Rabbis Want ?..,
EDITORS NOTE: In the follow-
lnB article. Rabbi Leon SpiU. who
was formerly associated with the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, puts
forth his views on what rabbis
want. The Jewish Floridian invites
its readers' comments on the topic.)
What do the rabbis want?
A fairly accurate answer was
supplied this writer when he
took in only a very short time
ago, the convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America
which was held at New York
city during the last week of
June.
Since the date of the con-
vention was conveniently set
both to immediately follow the
over-busy wedding season and
to precede rabbinical vacation-
rusheSi the rabbis and the chap-
lains of the conservative school
of Jewish thought came in the
hundreds. The Assembly is on
the way of becoming the Amer-
ican rabbinate at large, because
from year to year, the As-
sembly is admitting more and
more rabbinical converts, grad-
uates from other schools, Dr.
Wise's Institute of Jewish Re-
ligion, the Beth Midrash La-
turah of Chicago, the Yeshivah
college and even a few from the
Hebrew Union college^, the cita-
del of official reform Judaism.
The road is being paved slowly
but surely for a rapproachment
of American rabbinic groups on
the basis of the conservative
platform.
What is the conservative
platform? The national presi-
dent of The United Synagogue
of America has requested a
group from the intellectual
leaders of American Jewry to
submit a definition, and every
one of them has refused to
"stick out his neck." Many
rabbis will tell you quite can-
didly that there is no need for
definition.
And they are right. The very
near future will write that de-
finition in the terms of an
American Jewish way of #life
that will be lived by the vast
majority of American Jewry.
All signs point that this will
be rooted in conservative Ju-
daism as the Jewish public
senses that term.
So now, what do the Rab-
bis want?
They want several things,
and they are entitled to all
these things.
In the first place, without
"kemach" there is no torah."
They want their congregations
to pay thero a living wage, and
they want what every common
laborer or clerk in America has
as of right: social security, a
pension in their old age, and
both disability and sickness in-
surance. Who will deny them
these elementary wants?
In the second place, they
don't want to be wandering
rabbis. They refuse to run for
office every year. So they want
tenure and an opportunity to
get acquainted with their con-
gregations and to really min-
ister to their community, their
minds at peace and their ef-
forts directed towards a long-
term program.
In the third place, they want
to reclaim the rabbinic status
which has always belonged to
their class. Whether they starv-
ed their rabbis or plagued
them, Jews at heart always
thought and spoke of the
"throne of the rabbinate."
There was an attitude of respect
and a halo of authority about
the rabbinic office in Jewish
tradition. And the rabbis to-
day, whether they be orthodox,
conservative or reform, are en-
titled to wear the "Keser shel
Torah," the crown of leader-
ship in Judaism. When laymen
speak of "spiritual leaders"
they forget that this is the only
kind of leadership there really
is in Judaism. For Judaism is
a matter of religion, of culture,'
of ethics. The rabbis' influence
in these domains must be ade-
quately recognized. If rabbis
will be kept out from the coun-
cils of Jewish philanthropy,
from bureaus of Jewish educa-
tion, from representation on
Jewish community councils and
from Hillel foundationsbril-
liant young men who are eager
to minister to Judaism will not
go into rabbinate.
This writer was treated the
other night to a demonstration
of intellectual poverty that was
truly disillusioning. No fewer
than six editors of Jewish, He-
brew and Yiddish publications
constituted a panel on the sub-
ject, "Whither American Ju-
daism?" The first, thought that
Judaism did not suit American
Jewry, and that was all there
was to it. The second speaker
thoupl.t that a
jective ,mti An*ri East Kurone" he* 4
F"t century^
*aybe 5.000 fam,,, HH
krtory situatloVH
speak,,- launched',, 'l
tomnry, tirade ^J
alone knows who?"? I
writer could ^Sj *
and made his exit "".
And now for the .
fon: Are thc ra*J
very "reasonable'
" our intellectual j,
leaders simply do HL
^at'.:- all about oil
,sh '"'"< this comp^.1
gu Jewry to UrttalZl
lively to the rabbis II
to know what they
themselves and f0r a!
Jewry.
For American faj
rabbis want a more reljJ
Saturated Jewish educaU
they want, not necesa-3
dominate it. but certaid
have an influential plan]
They want every Je)
come a member of a syw
They want to build up a
ly ace : t.-.i |(. relationsbM
Jewry and thc Gentile w3
ethical and cultural levekl
want the non-rabbinical I
ers of (.ui manifold Jewi
Itituti have morei
for Jewish traditional ota
ance. They want the 3
social ami communal p
sional workers to be Jw
trained so that they ai
Jewishly minded in pun.
their activities within]
framework of the Jewish
muni ties.
And they want mcre'n
both for themselves and I
every Jew. They wanta
two or three universitieso
da ism fur the advancers
Jewish theology, and i_
service and education, aitl
music, and literature,
want adult institutes i'
ish learninga whole l_
of these throughout the I
try. And they also want I
gender a modern, prof
but religious spirit int|
New Palestine. (Cop)
1946 Seven Arts Feature
dicate)
U. S. Halts Transports
TISHA B'AV .
Once again on Monday night and on Tuesday niqht lews all
over the world will observe the fast of the ninth day oAv the
anniversary of the destruction of the Temple in Ten.W<.
by the Babylonians and then by the Romans ItS^Sm
rtad l:hLTTl S-5S dQy in ^h'orthodo^lew
Tisha B'Av during the past few years has also served to
remind us of the more recent calamity that fell upon Israel lh.
destruction of one-third of the entire Jewish peop^ byThe^r
man savages whom we once considered hnmm, -J .,-.'
This years Tisha B'Av is a particularly sad day forZfc
of Palestine who are fighting hard for survival as a nation *"
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
train with 600 Jewish refugees
from Eastern Europe at Gicssen,
40 miles east of Frankfurt, earlier
this week. When the Jews learn-
ed that they were being sent
back to the British zone, a num-
ber of them abandoni d their bag-
gage and fled the train making
their way to Frankfort inde-
pendently. After the train arriv-
ed at a British depot another
group fled and headed for the
American zone.
The office here of Rabbi Philip
Bernstein, adviser on Jewish af-
fairs to Gen McNarney, is investi-
gating the Gicssen incident, it
was reported.
Meanwhile, the Army has open-
ed another displaced persons
camp at Mariendorf, a suburb of
Berlin, to relieve the congestion
at the Duppel camp here. The
new camp at which the first
group of 500 displaced Jews ar-
rived this week, consists of more
than a square block of three-
Story apartment houses with a
capacity of 4.000 persons.
U. S. Removes Troops
From Bavarian Camps
That elub-foot shoe worn by
Paul Henreid in "Of Human
Bondage" accounted for, a deluxe
demonstration of how sticky gov-
ernment red tape can get. The
studio had to contact nine gov-
ernment agencies and fill out
twelve assorted forms before Paul
got his shoe! The picture was
filmed while leather was still un-
der wartime restrictions.
FRANKFURT (JTA) All
armed U. S. troops are being
withdrawn from Jewish DP
camps in Bavaria as a result of
recent clashes in which one Jew
was killed and several injured, it
was announced this week.
A disturbance at the Fohren-
wad camp, where troops wounded
six Jews who were attempting
to leave the camp, resulted from
the fact that guards halted 16
DP'S who were leaving the camp
to attend the funeral of Isade
Feldberg, a DP who was killed"
by German police, it was learned.
The Jews had been given permis-
sion to attend the funeral, but the
guards had not been informed.
A military government state-
ment said that DP's "marched out
of the camp 16 abreast" as an in-
fantry company was being re-
lieved of guard duty. Major Phil-
ip Steers, an AMG official at the
camp, said that when the DP'S
came out of the camp, "the tacti-
cal troops jumped from their
trucks and with fixed bayonets
walked slowly toward the
crowd."
One of our movie producer's
kids went to tlie movies the other
day and came home looking rather
disappointed. Her mother asked,
"Didn't you enjoy the picture?"
"It was terrible," said the kid.
"I could hardly sit through the
second performance!"
Says Peace Treaties j
Lack Enforcement
(CONTINUED FR0MP*|
slowly, due to unsatisfaf
visions for enforcement
laws. In Germany. Jewiaj
erty confiscated by the M
part of the assets backed*
Allies. Its release depeM
decisions as yet not made!
military governments.
The committee has am
that it is sending a four-manj
gation to the Paris peace <"
ence to present its prop"
inclusion in the peace tren
guarantees of human BT
means to. n force such gu*
The committee represefflj
are Joseph M. Proskauer,
dent; Jacob Blaustem J
committee- chairman. rW|
man, judge of the U- '
Court in Trenton. N. "-
ecutive committee men*
Dr. Simon Segal, asjJ
tor of the Foreign AW"
ment of thecomi^ttee^
One DP Dead In
CONTINUED FROM J
comrades of the jpgJ
sons." came out of the *p
surrounded the P***
to seize their ***tf
In the battle that _r*
DP Was killed\ggffk
When word of the %
the Wolfrathauser ^
tween 50 and 00 J ^
are reported to n
demonstration in
the city.


AUGUSTJ^
Facts
TALIANOFF
io"n.i Directr- Ant''
"De(,mtion "-.aoue
.oif ihp entire na-
KJS an^orrifW to
?! lynching of two men
SnStoGeorgia. And
L .his morning's paper ap-
Jr. Negro in Mississippi,
iforded a, still another
I a Coinci ISurred in the two states
gently nom.naud sena-
I governor n.n <>n a plat-
j hate and bigotry?
ne Talmadgr Mad cam-
(or the gubernatorial
Ltion on a straight anti-
1 platform. Ho promised
elected, he will assign an
mt" to each sheriff of the
|no take car.' ol Negro
in a campaign speech in
Miss., made it quite
Ko his listeners that they
(pursue "certain measures"
Vent Negroes from voting
polls. Incidentally, this
has prompted action on
1 of some of the senators
j Bilbo's fitness for office
tied by the senate com-
| on qualification of mem-
Jr.asmuch as they felt Bilbo
bciting his constituents to
I Georgia, and now Missis-
ynchings, are in negation
democratic principle! of
order on which our na-
I founded. Is it a pure co-
ice? Is it possible that
or Talmadge's ideology
npaign of hate may have
buted to these crimes?
| thing is certain, The eyes
| nation will tx upon these
latesmen during their ten-
1 office. A great responsi-
Inow rests upon their shoul-
f They must see to it that
order, as well as the
Ibasic principles which com-
|our American democracy,
maintained.
jervice whereby local resi-
[can send remittances to
ik and friends in Europe is
available, according to an
pcement maci by the First
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N his demean,ir when an?
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STRICT CURFEW
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who checked identity cards and
photographs. The Jewish police,
who recently assumed responsi-
bility for the administration of
law and order throughout Tel
Aviv, have been ordered to re-
main in their homes until called
for.
It was revealed that curfew
passes issued to newspapermen
and others who usually are per-
mitted to continue their business
during raids and searches have
been revoked. This will effec-
tively close all newspapers in the
city, and since the majority of the
Hebrew press is published in Tel
Aviv most of the Jews of Pales-
tine will be without news during
the British occupation of the
city.
The premises of the newspaper
Haaretz have been occupied and
from the JTA offices across the
street soldiers could be seen erect-
ing sandbag-protected machine-
gun nests.
The Jerusalem correspondent of
the JTA who was brought here in
the company of other foreign cor-
respondents toured the city under
the guidance of British officers.
Lt. Gen. A. J. H. Cassel, com-
mander of the Sixth Airborne,
who is in charge of operations
here, told reporters that he was
determined "by hook or crook"
to discover and arrest members
of the Irgun Zvai Leumi and the
Stern group.
In his broadcast this morning
the High Commissioner asserted
that it had "been my earnest wish
that if as a result of the violence
directed against the government,
military operations were forced
upon us, it should have as its ob-
jectives those forces responsible
for that violence, and military op-
erations and restrictions should
interfere as little as possible with
the country's normal life.
However, the High Commis-
sioner pointed out: "I would re-
mind all the peoples of Palestine
of the great and urgent activity
now proceeding to find an early
solution to the Palestine problem
discussions are to be held with
both Arabs and Jews. Violence
can only make the task more dif-
ficult, if not impossible." he
warned.
Maintaining that "no movement
of a terrorist character would
have a chance of survival against
the wishes of the people from
whom it springs," he said that it
lies with the Jewish people
whether they will help or hinder
the government attempts to sup-
press the underground move-
ment.
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Only 15 openings are left for
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training school at Jackson Me-
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Monday by Miss Alice Isabel
Mustard, R.N., director of nurs-
ing services and principal of the
nursing school at Jackson.
Interested applicants may ob-
tain further details by calling the
American Red Cross or Jackson
Memorial hospital.
MISS EDITH SCHULMAN (third from left) was recently in-
stalled as president of the Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith Young
Women, at the Trocadero restaurant. Pictured with her are
Evelyn Rodan. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Maxine Rine-
hard, vice president; Ruth Sherman, retiring president; Dorothy
Edelson. former vice president; Rosalie Sepin, former corre-
sponding secretary. Other new officers, not pictured, are
Carolyn Cherry, recording secretary, and Vicky Benjamin,
treasurer. Mrs. Rinehard is conducting the summer meetings
in the absence of Miss Schulman.
HOSPITAL. FEDERATION
COORDINATE DRIVES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
tween Jan. 15 and Feb. 15. Trade
and other special solicitations will
be timed to coincide with the
plans of both campaigns "as much
as possible" and solicitation of the
lower giving groups may be com-
bined.
It was agretd that cost of the
campaign will be borne by both
agencies in direct proportion to
the moneys raised and that each
agency will retain its own pledge
cards, with any unspecified
pledges to be given to Federa-
tion.
An additional stipulation was
made by the Federation board
barring the hospital trustees from
placing any type of mortgage on
the hospital construction without
the approval of Federation.
Incorporated in the spring, the
Mt. Sinai hospital organization
consists of 17 trustees whoso
president is Baron de Hirsch
Meyer. A committee of about 61
people has been working on cam-
paign planning for the hosoital.
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------------------------By PHINEAS J. BIRON-----------------------------
THE FREEDMAN CASE .
We had a chat with Benjamin
Harrison Freedman who signed
the anti-Zionist advertisements
of "The League For Peace With
Justice in Palestine" as "Repre-
sentative of Cooperating Persons
of the Jewish Faith" Freed-
man is a rather loquacious bus-
inessman He seems well off
and is convinced that he is help-
ing the Jewish cause. He told
us: "I have 100 million dollars at
my disposal to place refugees in
countries outside of Palestine"
. When we asked him which
countries he hesitated and then
blurted out that there were sev-
eral countries willing to take in
Jews. Pauline Schoendorf who
signed the advertisement as
"Representative of Cooperating
Persons of the Christian Faith"
is Frecdman's mother-in-law. .
B. H. Freedman is firmly con-
vinced that he is working in the
interest of the Jews by hairing
their way to Palestine Honest
people under the spell of a hallu-
cination are more dangerous than
scoundrels. The 100 million
dollars Freedman talks about arc
nothing but air bubbles and Ben-
jamin should think twice before
continuing his stoogi game for
the British Arab Imperialist-
Feudal combine .
IT DID HAPPEN HERE .
An Anglo-Jewish paper in the
South published in its July 3 is-
sue a statement advocating the
victory of Eugene Talmadge in
the primaries. The statement
used the Nazi terminology about
the superiority of the white race.
. And to make matters i ven
more revolting this "Israelite"
paper did not label the statement
political advertisement We
know that the majority of Anglo-
Jewish publishers feel as nause-
ated as we do. .
The American Jewish Congress
is contesting the granting of an
FM Radio Station franchise to
the New York News because of
the paper'.- reactionary policy. So
1 i- \'i .'.-. protiiieed a ktt Walter Mack (treasurer of Tem-
ple Emanuel) which promises co-
operation to the News in its radio
activities. Can you t p it? .
Yes. we can .
An important case involving
the question of the separation of j
Church and State is about to be
tried before the Supreme Court. |
It originated in New Jersey with
the transportation of pupils to
private and paroehial schools. .
Now there are persistent rumors
that those who favor transporta-
tion will be represented by a dis-
FRIDAY.
tinguished jurist, the bead 0 a
well known defense organization
Tiie other members e>f the
executive board of that organiza-
tion feel very, very uneasy.
MISCELLANY. .
The New York Herald Tribune
gave assurance to the Anti n
famation league that it will ex-
clude advertising of a discrimina-
tory nature. So the oilier day
the Herald Tribune published an
advertisement by the Polish
American Congress falsifying
historical facts and charging the
Soviet government with promot-
ing Hi. pogroms in Poland
Do you know thai a few months
igo appeared a memorial volume'
jnder the title of Synagogue
Tribute to Franklin Delano
Roosevelt, edited by Rabbi Max
Kleinman containing articles b)
.lu- outstanding orthodox, reform,
and conservative rabbis < f Amer- i
ica. Cardinal Hlond primate oi
Poand, who condoned the' po-
groms of Poland, is known
throughout his land as a notor-
ious anti-Semite. In 1936 he
issued one oi the' mi st v iolent
anti-Jewish pronouncements. .
Why the Polish Federation ask
him of all people for a statement
will remain a mystery. .
'CELEBRATIONS" .
Two hundred people from all
parts of Palestine, who arrived in
Eretz Israel from Buehenwald t"""1
nel who President. They will discuss the
THE MIAMI JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has moved
its headquarters and weekly dinner location to Manning's
Seafood restaurant. 829 Biscayne blvd. The chamber is now
active in a county-wide health campaign. In the picture,
Ralph Stephens, public relations man for Manning's, welcomes
Guy Bailey, president of the Jaycees.
AUGU^
SYNAGCXSui^,
AIR^ONDitjo^
Work on the~rlr7fr,
synagogue is S^H
week. The buil& ***'
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Moses Saltzbergj,,
We building fund
which ,s nnancing the
^n by the sale of bn ^
Ginsburg is chairman,
mittee.
treaj
lofthej
. The Publ* has been ]**,
inspect the new bmC
attend regular services w\
held every corning and,
as well as on Saturday,
the new building j, L.
services are held at the,
gat.ons Sixth st. locatior
ll
TO DISCUSS COUNCIL
The officers and directors of
the Beach B'nai B'rith lodge have
I been invited to attend a regular
luncheon meeting of B'nai B'rith
Sholem bulge today at the Down-
club by Al Pallot, lodge
formation of plans for the Metro-
politan Council of B'nai B'rith
during the1 past year
are now mostly living in Kib-
butzim, came together at Afikim
e Jordan Valley to celebrate ; ^." >'^ Th? Bfch B^i Bnth
their -liberation-. What a board, hf l"ady voted its ap-
, ,..... ,.,'proval of the proposal.
strange footnote to events in the h
Holy Lai.d. .
NEW IDEA. .
An anonymous contributor in
Jacksonville, Florida has the
right idea about how to settle
most ci mmunity issues. He's
offered to give the Jewish Com-
munity Council S100.000.00 (one
hundred thousand dollars) to-
ward the' e rection <>f a community
enter building. There' is only
'in condition. Two thirds of
the Jews of Jacksonville first
must approve of the enterprise
through the medium of a com-
munity-wide poll. If thl vote
falls shprt the offer is off. .
He who gives way to his wrath
makes desolate his house.
Even if the anonymous donor is
just a ghost he will insure the
success eif the project, because
every yes voter will be eommit-
t< (I to contribute toward the
building. .
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vJenisfi fkridftan
PAGE NINE
bble-Rouser Molests Zionist Picketing Here
. i.. ic r-an. A bic Dortlv man aslcrrl in lumnio ____>. *-^
i note- On July 15. rep-
rnQ'f local Zionist
dieted the British con-
1 Miami to protest
Palestine policy
hick
Ifice in
Ijjtain l
n
the
. admission of 100.-
jews int the Holy
tSS Krio^er Fink
*A the pickets and was
fm erself. has written
/" nns of the day's ac-
ftTtollou-inB article
| excerpts of Mrs. Fink's
Mrs Fink felt fright-
"embarrassed. But then,
l'she could envision):
m0re Plainly than the
surroundings, boys.
to the waist, forming
L bodies a life-line car-
w, broken passengers
I boat to the safe haven
| shore: saw men and
tight-lipped and re-
, ^er police question,
L torture; saw Jews,
eiy holding a piece of
mg a cardboard slo-
I busy downtown street
iceful American city.
ling guns, grenades, pis-
ng not merely ridicule
jempt. M lheir venr
low that the templa-
[run away had passed,
II could pace the curb
ity and pride, how
Ml! ...
Iblonde man in his thir-
I the line. I don't know
nor where he came
ked him if he were Jew-
jull naive enough to be-
t Christians will take up
! with us). Yes, he was
1 right. He'd just been
past, didn't know any-
ut our plans, and decid-
I in line. Did he repre-
lorganization? No but he
lin what we were de-
land wanted to do his
Inner left the line till
f it up. .
fckets were informed by
an to keep dose to the
to obstruct foot traf-
isn't necessary to keep
|e said).
PICKETS
[the other piekiters an-
ting. "Don't answer any
iRemember, the respon-
ds with us to conduct
[decency and order. Re-
the Hagar.ah doesn't
len under torture, so
[a few dirty cracks get
Remember, even some
i Jews think this is the
tproach. Let's prove to
1 we are capable of dis-
1 self-control."
[spectator, a Christian
pfered to give money to
European Jews, but Mrs.
fed her. A Jewish mer-
N the line. Then a
volunteered for an
lunch hour. Another
thought then
A big portly man asked to
speak to me. He was the owner
of the building, he said, and he
wanted us to know that he re-
sented what we were doing.
Scott was his name. Further-
more, he said, his tenants re-
sented it.
"The British consul has only
two little offices here," he said,
"and all the other occupants are
being penalized. I sympathize
with those poor unfortunate peo-
pcople to boycott your property.
We re observing regulations. We
are creating no disorder. This is
part of a nation-wide effort to
reach the British government."
He refused to listen, he talked
me down, his voice began to rise
and his earlier suavity and gen-
tility hardened into a bullying
harangue
"If you people- do this tomor-
row, I'll .'
I interrupted. "We shall leave
pie in Europe. But lady, you're I here at five o'clock"
going about it the wrong way if
you want to help them. I have
plenty of Jew friends. I know
some very fine Jew people, but
you're making more enemies than
friends by this business."
I tried to explain. "This is no
picket of your building, Mr. Scott.
Nothing on those placards asks
G
BY
I well as Jews in the
not all of the pickets
prish.)
Wicve that you can
J People are from their
(watered. "Well." she
WuUy, "the French peo-
(ok French
town was hot! Even
F siding with the Brit-
1 'he kids .
Third program in the "Voice of
Youth" series being sponsored by
the Jewish youth of Greater Mi-
ami will take place 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the Miami Y. The pro-
gram, in commemoration of Tisha
B'Av, will feature a talk by Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman of Tem-
ple Israel and liturgical music
by Leon Shiff.
Rabbi Zwitman recently re-
turned from overseas, having
served as an Army chaplain for
three years in the U.S. and the
Philippines. As chaplain at Ft.
Monmouth he received citations
from the commanding general of
the Eastern signal corps center.
In Leyte and Manila he received
commendation from Lt. Gen. Sty-
er, commanding general of the
Western Pacific, for his work in
the Philippines. Rabbi Zwitzman
has been associated with Temple
Israel since 1936. He is a gradu-
ate of the Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion and also holds degrees from
New York and Columbia uni-
versities.
Preceding the talk two films
will be shown, "They Live Again"
and "Histadruth-Builders of a
Nation." The first, with Paul
Muni as narrator, deals with the
three-year trek of 1,000 Jewish
child refugees from Poland
through Russia, Persia, Iran and
India to refuge and home in Pal-
estine. The second strikingly re-
veals the part which Histadruth,
the Jewish Federation of Labor,
has played in the upbuilding of
Palestine.
Harold George Shapiro, presi-
dent of Massada, will be chair-
were I man of the evening with mem-
bers of Zionist Youth organiza-
tions serving as ushers.
These meetings are being held
under the auspices of the ADL of
B'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith Youth
organizations, Bureau of Jewish
Education. YM and YWHA's of
Miami and Miami Beach and the
Zionist Youth commission-.
The public is welcome to these
programs.
K oi y"1 ^ Panel dtouMion held during the M0>
Spe, M uth_ Program recently were (left to right)
hi Mn Zeldis- s |fe uT* Mescheloft Next in the eeriee of five Bum-
NundJ0U grouP* oi <** will be held at the
^aaY evening.
His voice rose, as he cut me
short and proceeded, "If you
people are here tomorrow. I'm
going to get a line of Negroes
will be carrying signs that'll
make your face red."
"Are you threatening me, Sir?"
I replied with all the icy dignity
my sunburned nose, aching feet
and tumbled hair-do would per-
mit me.
JUST A SCARE
(Mrs. Fink went back to the
picket line. The chairman of ac-
tivities informed hi r that Mr.
Seott was probably just trying to
scare her. The pickets had a per-
mit and wen.' acting within their
constitutional rights.
(The picketing continued. More
people joined the line. From the
out front there, and lady, they crowd came "an occasional jibe,
GEORGE J. BERTMAN (left), president of the Miami Beach
lodge, B'nai B'rith, and Jack Abbott, membership campaign
chairman, are shown discussing plans to increase the rolls
of the lodge by 1.000 new members. Founded in January, the
lodge had a membership of 500 before the drive began last
month.
an occasional cheery 'Good work,
keep it up,' an occasional sneer.")
A thin hatchet faced man
stepped up to me. "Why don't
you extend your line down to this
next building? We'd be glad to
have you there." Gullible fool
that I am, I smiled gratefully,
completely disarmed. "You see,
Sir, that wouldn't do. We're
picketing the British consulate in
this building."
"Come on," he urged, "we'll be
glad to have you." The blandly
hypocritical kindliness vanished
from his face and a look of vicious
malevolence replaced it, as he
harshly continued, "A kike owns
that building and he's raised all
our rents."
(Completely shaken, Mrs. Fink
suggested he form his own picket
line.)
And this was the sort of
thing Jews have had to take
for years, I thought, in Poland,
in Germany, in Hungary, with-
out daring to answer, to fight
back, to resist. Off this line,
I was free to punch that vile
creature right in the center of
his cruel face. Where else, ex-
cept in the Palestine we'd have
some day. could a Jew dare to
raise his hand to defend his
honor with the same instinctive,
righteous anger we American
Jews can indulge in. I muttered
a little prayer of forgiveness for
my feeble efforts on behalf of
Southern Negroes. This was
the sort of bitter brew they had
to swallow day in and day out.
How I wished I could double
my energy and halve my years
so I could help batter down the
walls of all prejudices!
(At four o'clock, Mrs. Fink took
a short rest period.)
TROUBLE STARTS
Well, it would be over soon, I
thought. And there'd been no
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IN THE
GREATER MIAMI
HOUSES OF WORSHIP
MIAMI
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion (Orthodox), 590 S, W. 17th ave..
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Maurice
MamchasKalialns Shnlilx>s. 7 i>>
Frlilav. Saturday nioi'iiinK services,
9 a.m. Mlneha. 7:15 p.m. Talmud
Torah dally from 9 a.m. till noon.
Beth David Consregation (Conserva-
tive), 135 N. W. Third ave.. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S.
Friedman Regular Friday evening
services. 7:30 p.m. Saturday morn-
ing services, 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel
(Reform). 137 N. E. 19th St., Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman Raldd Zwltman
will read the Friday evening services
at 8:1S p.m.
MIAMI BEACH
Beth Jacob Congregation (Ortho-
dox), 301-311 Washington ave., Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D.
FederFriday evening services, 7:3d
p.in. Adult Saturday morning ser-
vicea, 8:3u a.m. Intermediate aer-
vices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10
a.m. Mlneha. 7:80 p.m., followed bj
Shalos Sudos. Religious r-.ho.il s.-i-
slons. Monday through Friday. 9 a.m.
till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative), nu Euclid ave.. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Emanuel
BarkanFriday evening services, 7:30
p.m. Saturday services, 9 a.m. Ju-
nior congregation, in a.m. Mlneha, 7
p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy
Scout troop S5 meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom (Lib-
eral), Chase ave. at 41st St.. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Friday evening services, 8:16 p.m.
High Holy Days, Sept. 26.
Joins Federation Staff
William Glick has joined the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
staff as fund-raising assistant.
His work will be primarily con-
cerned with the trades divisions
of the annual community-wide
campaign. Prior to coming to Mi-
ami. Gliek was with the fund-
raising department of the New
York Federation for eight yearss.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RepreeentotiT.
B'nai B'rith meetings are con-
tinuing during the summer,
Frank Bayer, president, announc-
ed. The B'nai B'rith Women are
also meeting under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Isabel Kapner.
Mrs. Birdie Diamond of Chi-
cago is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Smith and family, 410 Luke-
wood id.
Major Al Bloom of Pittsburgh,
has joined the public relations
staff at Morrison Field air base.
Ben Friedman is recovering
from a brief illness at his home
on Datura St.
Mrs. Jacob Greenberg recently
returned to her home in Newark,
N.J., after an extended visit with
hir son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Theodora Simon.
In honor of a new grandson,
Aaron Bergman was host for re-
freshments at Scrier hall follow-
ing Shabbos services at Temple
Beth El.
Tishu B'av services will be con-
ducted next Monday night and
Tuesday, Aug. fifth and sixth, at
Temple Beth El. Rabbi M. Green-
stein will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Rader of
Belle Glade spent the weekend
in Palm Beach and left for Chi-
cago where they will spend the
remainder of the summer.
Beth El congregation will ob-
serve memorial services Tuesday
evening. Aug. 6, and Wednesday,
Aug. 7, in memory of Carl Schreb-
nick, who died July 31, 1925. He
was the father of J. S. Schrcb-
nick.
He who is slow to anger and
easily pacified is truly pious and
virtuous.
Private Alex Berger, Minnea-
polis, is a basic training student
in radar at Boca Raton Air base.
Fire from an electric wire caus-
ed minor damage to the Pioneer
Furniture store of Max Green-
berg.
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To Plan Entertainment
A survey of military insta'la-
Uons from Key West to West
Palm Beach is being made by
.San, Schuster, new JWB-USO di-
rector tor Florida. Mr. Schuster
is compiling information regard-
inn the number of Jewish service
men and women in the area in
order to plan recreational work
for them. ,
Among the entertainments
planned for patients at the Pratt
General and Nautilus veterans
hospitals are horseback riding
and movies, in addition to Fri-
day evening religious services.
JWB-USO is now handling en-
tertainment programs which were
formerly conducted by the Army
Special Services, Schuster said.
Schuster has been connected
with the JWB-USO for the past
four years. A native of New
York he was graduated from NY
U with a major in business man-1
agement and formerly served as
a director of the Christodora set-
tlement house in New York.
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SEEK RELATIVES
The following persons are be-
ing sought by relatives overseas
through the National Council of
Jewish Woman, Miami section,
Service to the Foreign Born:
Frank Barer by Isak Barer; Fish-
er and David Lewkowitz by
Abram, Heniek, and Mirriam;
Philip Grupstein by Henryk La-
sotsky; Salek Rosenkrantz, by
Le wit anus; L. Drezner by Moshe
Knoponski.
Chanc and Itsik Melamed by
Yetta Zuckerman; Willy Brauer
by M. Kaserne Deggendorf; San-
der Goldstein by Anna Weiss;
David Zelig by Markus Strich-
berger; Henriette Reublinger by
Felix Schwar; Emanuel Blinbaum
by Sacha Blinbaum; Philip Grus-
ten by Muhldorf Inn; and Eliza-
beth Groszbert by Elizabeth
Blumbergcr.
Anyone having any informa-
tion as to the location of these
people is asked to contact the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
in the Congress bldg.
E. ALBERT PALLOT (left), president of Sholem
B'rith, confers with Lou Heiman, chairman of the lodqe'
bership drive for 1.000 new members. When the mLIU
goal is attained, plans will be formulated for a lodge
quarters.
TALKS ON VIOLENCE
"The Violence in Palestine"
was the subject of an address by
Harry Simonhoff, guest speaker
at a regular luncheon meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist District
Luncheon club at the National
hotel Wednesday. An open forum
followed the lecture.
ASKS FOR REPORTS
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chair-
man of the summer project be-
ing conducted by the Miami
Beach Women's Auxiliary to the
Jewish Home for the Aged, has
jsked committee workers to send
in reports of their achievements
lo her at 4430 Royal Palm ave.
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ABE EISENtfERG, Treasurer
I* New York:
76th St. and Amsterdam Ave.
BBYM ELECT COB
Seymour Cohen, son d
and Mrs. S. A. Cohen, II
14th ter., was recently ele_
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Young Men's organization.]
Cohen is now residing in \
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cist with the Nevy depari
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2. 1946
*Je^stJhrldllari
PAGE ELEVEN
SOCIAL NOTES
HOLLYWOOD
and
LAUDERDALE
Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Miss Ruth
Ferdinand, Hollywood, to Mr.
Herman White of Springfield,
Mass. The wedding will be solem-
nized in September and the cou-
ple will make their home in Hol-
lywood. Miss Ferdinand recently
returned from a visit to Spring-
field. Mrs. Abe Tarler honored
Miss Ferdinand with a mah jongg
party July 18 to which a small
group of her Ft. Laududak
friends were invited.
State Lodge Convention
Slated For Tampa
Representatives of Florida
B'nai B'rith lodges will con-
vene at Tampa during the
weekend of Labor Day, Sept.
2, it was announced this week.
Approximately 40 delegates
will represent the Miami and
Miami Beach lodges. Members
oi the women's and youth
groups will also attend.
Reservations for the conven-
tion may be made with Charles
R. Jacobson, executive secre-
tary of Sholem lodge, by tele-
phoning 3-63-06.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiss are
vacationing at Home Lawn Min-
eral Springs, Martinville, Ind.,
before going to Chicago to visit.
Julius Epstein left Ft. Laudei-
dale Sunday, July 28, for New
York city where his marriage to
Miss Norma Fund will take place
Aug. 4. He and his bride will
honeymoon at Lookout Mountain
Inn in Chattanooga, Tenn., before
returning to Ft. Lauderdale to
make their home.
Mr. Fpsein's mother, Mrs. Rosa
Epstein, travelled to New York
with him to attend the wedding.
Later, she will visit in Pennsyl-
vania for two months.
Isenberg Resigns Post
M. M. Isenberg, chief food en-
lorcement attorney for the Mi-
ami district OPA office, has re-
signed his post to establish a pri-
vate law practice. He is succeed-
ed by Don S. Beeland of Reyn-
olds, Ga.
Miss Faye Schindler, bride-
elect of Daniel Goldhagen, was
honored at a lingerie shower by
the Misses Anita Power and Lib-
by Arkin at the Godhagen home,
1670 Lenox avc. last week.
Wucher Named Head
Of Youth Project
Martin Wucher, temporary
chairman, was elected president
of the Miami Beach Youth center
at an organization meeting Sun-
day at the Miami Beach Amer-
ican Legion home.
Other officers are Dr. Jesse V.
Cohen, first vice president; Mrs.
Russell T. Pancoast, second vice
president; Harry Sullivan, third
vice president; Hylan Kout, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Esther H.
Cohen, corresponding secretary;
and Milton Sirkin, treasurer.
The organization is planning to
transform the old Miami Beach
Municipal golf course club house
into a youth community center
with tennis courts, an outdoor
dancing patio, floodlights, and
landscaping supplied at the city's
expense..
Other leaders in tht project are
Edward Platkin, Marvin Englan-
der, Albert W. Simpson, Jack
Kimball, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Sam Rivkind, Harold Turk, Da-
vid M. Emmer, Ralph C. Pole, Ed.
Friedson, Harry Wendler, Harry
M. Rice, Byron Wheeler and Phil
James.
bLLECT FUNDS FOR HOSPITAL PROJECT
Ct $400 WAS RAISED by the auxiliary of the Freda
(kowih post, JWV, last Thursday in their tag day sale,
i Mrs. Perry Marks, president who is shown here hold-
la hind bcx. Proceeds from the project will be used to
I a loudspeaker system which will be installed at the
Hilus Veterans hospital in the near future. The auxiliary
kit quilted bed slippers, which members had made, and
Xing kits to the hospital Monday- Tag day workers in-
ked (1. to r.) Mr>. Hylan H. Kout, drive chairman; Mrs. Peter
per. publicity chairman, and Mrs. Irving Birnberg, secre-
1. Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal (not pictured) was in charge of
[campaign headquarters at Walgreen'3. New members
p Jewish Wcr Veterans' auxiliary and post will be in-
W at a joint meeting Aug. 12 at the Miami Y.
Group Nominates
Recuperating from a recent ill-
ness at Broward General hospi-
tal is Mrs. Abe Newman of Ft.
Lauderdale. Also recoverng from
a recent operation following an
accident is Mrs. Bessie Shapiro.
During the summer season, the
B'nai B'rith Women of Broward
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tarler leave I county are continuing sending
today for an extended trip which Packa8ts_to ltshtwo *2?ed E"
willUin with visiting Mrs. Tar- J- hang.... Chtn.
ler's sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfson, in
Jacksonville. Then they will go
by plane to Lookout Mountain
Inn in Tennessee for a week be-
fore leaving for Chicago and In-
diana to visit relatives and to at-
tend the wedding of their cousin
Mr. Richard Fishbein, of Chicago.
Arthur Stone and Mrs. Hedy Ult-
man see to it that each week a
package of food and other essen-
tial items go to these families who
have sent letters of gratitude and
thanks.
pn de H. v. p, Shep-
Broad, and Cat hings Ther-
e nominees for the presiden-
| the newly organized Bar
Jationof M ach. Nom-
Ps for thi of presi-
land first and second vice
Imts were mad< at a mem-
Ip meeting thi week at
M charter and by-laws were
tee nominated for first vice
fnt are Ben Co en, Louis
ptzkopf, Harold B. Spaet,
"Turk, Alvin Kassel and
Towle, Pi ; ...is, Wal.
I Kovner, Han y Zukernick,
-wank. Vi\ ian B. Ruth-
Jn Cohen, and Jack Ab-
"Ne been minated for
*''ce president. Election
i by mail.
Solomon Opens Office
Frank Solomon, recent gradu-
ate of the University of Miami
law school, is sharing offices at
918 Seybold bldg. with Max R.
Silver, attorney. Solomon was
graduated from Miami Senior
High school and served four and
one-half years with the 26th in-
fantry division, being discharged
as a captain.
Hear sixty advisers, but be
guided by your own conviction.
^GAL NOTICES
&t/'!;l:i > -^
VMS! the :
EN that
. ''-. '.....gage in
J>-USTERs ; !l;""e of
JP^EI wE| ,ll;iN

f.; s
mara*-
CHARGE.
h.-i .-1 .
Unal
"Pinal I! rl an]
JL523 "aj
JoberV"'1"
/, *y of '!
to Ik.',."' An
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'en that I
nil pe-
Admlnl-
1 HENRY C.
; and that on
'} 1946. will
W F. Blan-
Dade County,
;: ald final
'* as Acl-
' Henry C.
SV A^m'niatrutrlx.
The Ft. Lauderdale bridge
tournament recently ended with
Dr. Sidney Norman being ac-
claimed one of the winners. Dr.
Norman will attend the summer
national tournament in Brook-
lyn, this month. Mrs. Norman,
who is now in New York, will
join him there for the series.
Junior Orchestra Begun
A Metropolitan Miami Junior
Symphony orchestra, under the
direction of Caesar La Monaca,
supervisor of the Greater Miami
Boys' Drum and Bugle corps, is
being offered as a special sum-
mer treat to Miami youth by the
city recreation department. The
list of members includes Maryan-
na Bender, Buddy Becker, Carol
Wolpert, Alvin Friedman, Marvin
Alexander, and Richard Schul-
man. Anyone aged 20 or under
who plays a musical instrument
is eligible to join.
Off for a vacation trip to New
York City tomorrow will be Mrs.
Ralph Gross, who plans to attend
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- thi: undersigned, desiring ; ei.gagi in
, v *,a v>Q business under the finiu.ni> nanv ol
the summer concerts and the ,"n.E,UAi, Kooi. CENTER, at .444
kk..lu ...U;in *Kn*-n ltr,....l A \ia VILiml Itritrh. Fl;i.. ill-
theatre while there.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
liusinesH under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL CLEANERS AND ULN-
DRY, at 436'J S. W. 8th St.. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said nairni
with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
GEORGE .1. KACHI.1N
SAMUEL NEUPELD
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletltlmis name of
FAYS BAR AND GRILLE, at 9901
N. W. 27th Avenue, Dade County,
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the CHri-uit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
CORIUNE EPSTEIN,
Sole Owner.
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23 _
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
liusiiiess under the fictitious name of
KAY LETTER SERVICE, at S. \V.
Sth Street, in the City of Miami.
Florida, Intend to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
linltiiTliy KOPELOWITZ
ROIIERT MARKS
7/19-26 8/2-9-16 .
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
PAULS STEAK & CHOI' HOLSfc.,
I 11 lh Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach Fla., Intends to reflBter Bald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PAUL J- QERSTMAN.
Bole Owner.
DIANA COOPER8MITH.
Attorney for Applicant.
i 2-9-16-23-80
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under the fictitious name oi
A & li OARMENT CO., al 25 N. W,
First St., Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-
ister Bald name with the i lerk ol tne
Olrcult Court of Dade County, Florida,
SI Mi iN SINGER
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN
DAVID M BRYAN
New Owners
(i/:'-li-16-23-30
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I. S G GLASS AND MIKItolt WORKS
u 116 s. W, Sth Street, In the < lu <
Miami, Florida, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of lh. < -
,-uit court of Dade County. Florida.
1.1 U IS GEHHI-.lt
MORRIS ORUN
VON ZAMPT A SIMON,
Attorneys for Applicants.
8/2-9-16-23-30
iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
lNELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OpVbORlDA IN AND TOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. I0189.>.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ANN It. liOUHi.
Plaintiff,
LOUIS GOLOB,
.,,,. rSuw'aOLOB. 1175 Netoon
AV|oUue'A^XHBR^WYTRMUI!P
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FI^ORIDA STATE CONTKACI UR>.
at 1105 ith Street. Miami Beaeh. I-la-
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. _...,
HARRY SII.VERMAN
SIDNEY WE1NSTEIN
7/S-U-ll-M 8/1
,. ii LEATHBRMAN.
ByWfi. W. STOCKING, D.a
iSSBtWWwSSwS ARONO-
VtTZ U: Seybold HKH-.
Miami. Florida.
7/1J-W-H 8/*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KIGSTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not
Inc.), Intend to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
l >.ui. County, Florida.
HERBERT M. KRI8TALL
IRVING KELTON
BURNETT ROTH,
Attorney for Applicants.
S/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
CITY HAIAj OARAGE, at llaO Col-
lins Avenue, Miami lleach, I-la- In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ,_,,
MAX cnl.USTEIN
HARRY DIETZ,
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress il]il.
7 26 8/2-9-16-23__________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1 ENA'S TOURIST CABINS, at Dade
County, Florida, Intends to reglater
said name with the Clerk of the tir-
,.,iii Com i of hade County, Florida.
PJOMNDA ANGELINE SEKERICH,
Sole Owner.
SAM SILVER.
Vttorney for Applicant.
7/19-841 v 2-8-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
,1,,'. undersigned, desiring to engage in
busme'ss under ^^&JSSSm
oi.i'or BAGOAGE & TR0N.r i.
o a 1106 6th Street, Miami Beach.
,,,,/ja ,n,ed to register said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
I ii.le County, Florida. ___
'"' Morton RCBENSTEIN
JOSEPH A. PBRWErLEB
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN.
' attorneys for Applicants.
7 19-26 8/3-9-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde.~ii.-ned. desiring to engage In
gS Mian,! Reach, intend to register
CaU ALBERT n BLUMBlKta
ISIDORE CiH^KI.ER
SAMUEL GOODMAN
H vKoI.U SHAPIRO.
Attorney for Applicants.
7/19-26 8/2-"
ALLAN MACKOVBR
dising Servloa
Bar, Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida.
7/5-12-19-26 8/1 *
LEGAL NOTICES
Iirexel Ave- Miami Beach. Fla- in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude.
County, Fla. _...
SHIRLEY FORMAN
SAMUEL LAPIN
Co-partners.
SAMUEL RUBIN.
Attorney for Co-partners.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNNYSIDE CLEANERS, at 13 B, W.
12th Ave- in the City of Miami. Flor-
ida, intend to register the said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK BREESKIN
BOB GOCH
VON ZAMPT, 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 or
MIAMI CAMERA MART, at 7i5 Wash-
ington Ave- Miami Beach, Ha- In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
Countv, Florida.
RAY H. BROWN. JR.
AL A. HOLLANDER
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants.
1010 Biscayne 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 6001 N.
VV. 7th Ave- Miami. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
F'0r"daHERBERT PRANKLYN
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant,
1010 Biscayne Bldg.
712-19-26 8/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PATIO GRILLE, at 1415 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 KLUGER
VON ZAMFT, SIMON & KATZ.
Attorneys for Applicants.
/12-19-26 8/2-9
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
partnership lately existing between
the undersigned. CORRINE EPSTEIN

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PAGE TWELVE
fJenistincrldliari
FRIDAY,
AUGUST i

?
RUBLE ROUSER
MOLESTS PICKETS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9)
real trouble, no real unpleasant-
ness. But hold on. What was
going on out there in the line?
A tall young fellow in a blue
shirt, taunting our people. I sig-
nalled to the kids to keep quiet.
With blazing eyes and tight
mouths they complied. Blue Shirt
turned to me.
"This is hate propaganda." His
voice was fairly low. "The Brit-
ish saved this country from Hitler.
You people got no right to stir up
hate against them."
"We don't hate the British," I
tried to tell him, "we just want
them to keep their promise to let
100,000 of the poor Jews of Eu-
rope got to Palestine."
He ignored me and called to
the line, "I'm a veteran. You
can't get me into another war
with your monkey-shines."
"Listen," I replied, "as an
American and a veteran, you're
not showing good sportsmanship.
Those boys and girls in that line
are under orders not to answer
you. You're Hiking unfair ad-
vantage."
I still thought his action was
spontaneous. Then, suddenly, I
realized as he began striding up
and down raising his voice and
swinging his arms that this was
a trained rabble-rouser. The clas-
sic technique was there, the storm
iper, strike-breaker tactics.
Thank God, our chairman. He
talked quietly to Blue Shirt, who
shouted back in a tirade of slog-
ans and imprecations reminiscent
of the America Firsters, the
Christian Fronters. the Coughlin-
ites.
"What Fascist organization sent
you here?" finally asked our
chairman, his voice still level and
controlled. Blue Shirt's narrow,
Fanatical eyes twitched. For a
split second, the clean-cut right-
eously indignant, Anglo-Saxon
luro expression left his cheaply
handsi me face. His jaw dropped
slackly. Tlnn he caught him-
self, assumed his former noble
and strode out to the center
left without taking care of Blue
of the sidewalk, his voice rising
chanted in mounting vol-
ume:
"Spreading hate propaganda!
Spreading hate propaganda!
SPREADING HATE PROPA-
GANDA! First they wanted us
to die killing Hitler! Now they
want us to die killing Church-
ill!" On and on and on. A
crowd began to collect.
(The chairman went to get a
policeman.1
A woman with a heavy German
accent standing near me called
out, "You're right, son. We're
with you. Look at that sign:
'British tyranny, America 1776,
Palestine 1946.' Why it's dis-
gusting."
(The chairman came hack with
a policeman who tried half-heart-
edly to break up the crowd. He
Shirt, who resumed his heckling.)
"How much you getting for
standing there, Sister?" he jeered
at a little college girl. "I fought
for you, you slacker." This he
directed to the boy whose jacket
lying on the floor of the lobby
bore his air corps wings and dis-
charge button. "Grandma," to
" -r>'-^*J&L16
r
In a rote organized by UNRRA In displaced person* camps la the American Zone in German
M.702 out of 19.311 refugees wanted to go to Palestine; 292 to th, U.S.A.; 12 to Germany, and 203
elsewhere.
the older woman whose patient,
infinitely disgusted eyes never
K ft his face, "you're doin' the
wrong thing ."
The crowd was getting larger.
Some ominous mutterings could
be heard. I watched some of the
faces. They were ugly, brutal,
avid and lustful of blood. This
could be a lynch mob, I thought.
This could be a pogrom gang.
(The chairman returned once
more with a police ear. Mr. Scott,
the owner of the building, came
running out to defend Blue Shirt.)
"This boy has the same right
here as these people. He's a bet-
ter American than these people."
"We have a permit," said our
chairman.
"Who are you'.'" ranted Mr.
Scott. "I've a good mind b
you in the nose."
REPEATS THREATS
(Scott persisted in his threats,
repeating that his tenants would
not stand for the picketing. ThiH
chairman replied that he was one
of Mr. Scott's tenants in the Con-
. < building and showed Scott
his card.)
"I'll throw you outI'll teach
youI'll get you out tomorrow,"
Scott roared.
"Try and do it," and our chair-
man turned to the police. "Will
you see that this young fellow is
removed so that our people can
continue their peaceful protest?"
The crowd shifted and there
were scattered mutUred threats.
I looked around desparingly. This
is what we were warned against.
Have we been wrong'.' May he
the others, the cautious, ti fear-
ful, the appeasing ones wen
right. I glancid at my watch.
FIVE O'CLOCK' I elbowed
my way to the curb, raised my
arms, and shouted.
"People! Listen! We planned
to break up this line at five
o'clock. It is now five o'clock.
We're breaking up our line ac-
cording to our plan. But get this
straight. That's the only reason.
It's not because of anything this
young fellow has said or done.
He can't scare us! Come on, kids,
break the linecany the pickets
over to the car."
"It ain't so." snarled Scott,
"don't listen to her, This young
fellow done it."
Blue Shirt vanished. The crowd
drifted away. 1 realized now
most of them weren't hostile
just curious. The cops shrugged
and started up their motor. I
hustled the girls away, and walk-
ed to the car with two of the
boys .
It was over. My lace and arms
and neck were tingling with sun-
burn. My feet were pulsing with
hot pain. My stomach and my
head throbbed. But now that it
was overwhy, I felt marvelous!
I f< t shaken suddenly with a con-
viction that this had been one of
the greatest days of my life.
When had I known such camara-
derie, such shared experience,
such a pervading love for my
fellow-workers? When had I
seen such selflessness, such kind-
liness, such lack of egotism, such
absence of sordid opportunism and
self-assertion Why, this is what
it must be like in Palestine among
the Chalutzim! I kicked off my
, stretched my legs, and
blissfully leaned my head on the
open window of the ear. Maybe
in time I'd earn my portion in the
Pn mised Land.
(Mr. Scott subsequently tele-
phoned his apologies to the chair-
man, Harry Simonhoff.)
Vets Sanitize Phones
Germs which have been har-
boring on Miami telephones will
be on the look-out for new homes,
now that two returning veterans
have opened a telephone sanitiz-
ation service for this area. The
two, Allan Mackover and 'Albert
Dorfman, both have four years
Card Party Set Aug. ]
A card and bingo party nil
sponsored by the Emma La.
chapter, B'nai B'rith Busir.essi
Professional Women, on Tin
day evening, Aug. 15. at;....
the auditorium of the Natio
hotel. Ticket--, which are 75 j
each, may be purchased at i
door, acci rding to .Edith
of war service. This sanitization
service is for both business and mons, publicity chairman.
home use and is located at 223 :freshments will be served,'
East Flagler st. I the public is invited to attend!
I'nor servants ask advice after
a thing has happened.
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Phone 2-7439
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PAGE FOUR fJmistnorkUain FRIDAY, AUGUST I TO START WEEKLY ART CLASS Weekly art classes for members Of the Miami B'nai B'rith Women will be inaugurated at noon Wednesday, Aug. 7, at the home of Mrs. Sam Goldman, president, 1775 S.W. 16th ave. Members with young children nee d not stay home for Mrs. Goldman promises that provisions will be made to care for the children and provide projects for them as well as their mothers. The classes will include sketching, painting and some pastel work. The organization also plans to buy a kiln in order to work in ceramics. Only requirement for enrollment is membership in the Miami B'nai B'rith Women's group. Cost of the course will be fifty cents a week and members will be asked to bring their own materials. Refreshments will he served. Well known people in the field arc being invited to discuss Jewish participation in art for the classes. Further information regarding the classes may be obtained by calling Mrs. Arnold Simon, art chairman, at 2-6312. Other projects of the Women's group include an ice cream social which will be held in the near future for patients at Pratt General hospital. The organization is also seeking out Us musically and dramatically talented members with the view of prei nl ing a show this year. 'v-vm DAVID LEROV TOBIN, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tobin, 5231 N. Bay rd., has been sworn in as a midshipman at Annapolis after appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy by Senator Claude Pepper. He is a graduate of Miami Beach High school and the Bullis school. Silver Spring, Md. Ida Engler Receives Post As Policewoman Gables Group Discusses Religious School Reports on the proposed cstablishment of a Sunday school in Coral Gables will be made at a public meiting of the Gables Jewish Center group, 8:30 p.m. .Sunday ;it the Hillel House. The organization is also contemplating the formation of boy girl scout troops this fall. Mrs. I. M. W< instein will reTh< Great Conspiracy" by Sayers and Kahn. Miss Ida Engii r, who has been :i clerk in the juvenile aid bureau f Miami for five years, was sworn in as a p licewoman of the juvenile bureau yesterday morning. She is one i l two women en j,', Miami. Approximately 75 girls arc expected to attend, according BBG-BBYW All Set For District Convention Plans for the forthcoming B'nai B'rith Girls-B'na. B'rith Young Women's district convention, winch will be held at the Betsy Ross hotel the weekend of Aug. 18. were completed at a meeting 0 f the convention committee this week in the B'nai B'rith office. The convention will unofficially open Saturday evening. Aug. 17, with registration of delegates and an informal juke box dance. Miss Sara Rose Schwartz, district president, will formally open the first business session Sunday morning. A luncheon will be held Sunday at the Ritz Plaza hotel followed by a sightseeing boat rule aboard the Showboat. The delegates will attend one ,,! the Voice of Youth series at the Beach Y on Sunday evening at which Arthur Griffith will be th finest speaker. A pajama party, complete with cold cuts and rye bread, has In en schedued for Sunday night. Monday will be devoted to business sessions with a luncheon at Al's Rendezvous on the agenda. Election of new officers will be held on Monday. A formal installation banquet and dance at the President Madison hotel on Monday night will be the highlight of the weekend. After the newly elected executive committee meets on Tuesday morning, delegates will return to their homes, which range from Washington and Baltimore Pete Silver has left on a buyii u trip to Baltimore, PhiladelNew York. St. Louis and pi eparatoi y to opening his new paint store at 1119 S.W. First st. Attend no auctions if thou hast no mom v. the city force. A recommendation for Miss Engler's promotion was made last week by Poke-chief Chares O. Nelson, as a result of her high average on a civil service exam for promotion. A native Miamian, .-he has been active in civic and community circles for many years. She organized the Junior Y and served as it's first president and later became president of the YWHA of Miami. For light years sin taught the kindergarten class of the B
' ln %  *oplul. and hostess committee for the |rnaVhl^"enrl^un^home ^two Army and Navy in Dado county. Home Resident Dies EVERYBODY must hare VITAMINS Of course everybody get* SOME Vitamins. Surveys show that millions of people do not get ENOUGH. A pleasant, convenient __ economical way to be *vi"h/** sure that you and your i tmk i ^ family do not lack essen,V* tial B Complex Vitamin Is to take ONEA-DAY brand Vitamin B Complex tablets. 1 if/ An insufficient supply of B ^y/ Complex Vitamins causes In%  •AY digestion. Constipation, NervI j£ ousness, Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Lack of Appetite. There are other causes for these conditions, but why not guard against this ono cause by taking a ONE-A-DAY brand Vitamin B Complex Tablet everyday? r Important — Get yeur money*! worth, always and price. Residents of the Jewish Home for the Aged and represent of the parent organization attended funiral services for Wolf Rabinovitz, a resident of the Home. Monday afternoon at the Gordon Funeral home. Services for Rabinovitz, who was 85, wire conducted by Rabbi Joseph E. RackovsKy and were followed by burial in Mt. Sinai cemetery. Formerly of Chicago, Mr. Rabinovitz died Saturday morning in a local hospital. He had lived at the Home for the Aged since its opening last Decembi r. Mrs. Benjamin Sherry represented the wonit n's auxiiaries and Daniel Broad, Gus Trail and Harry Danziger represented the men's organization of the Homo. 'mlng from Butte, Mnt He lived nt 123 s W, SOth it. The 9 %  • • %  bei n sent t" Chllago, home lister, Mrs, Jennie Epstein. of a Let not your heart with cues be filled, for care has victim kilh d. BLANCK Phillip Planck, pioneer Miamian, .ii"! last week at Johns Hopkins hospital, Baltimore, nt ihi fio "u'tlvi ,i civic affairs, Blanck was n t'.'iii.i.r ..f Both David congregation and *n a lif.in.mlior of Anchor '' % %  Ko. IRS, Key West. Ho came to Key West in 1905 ami moved tn Miami in 1913 Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jennie 'I. Illanck; one daughter, Mrs. Minnie iloldonblanok: two sons, Bernard and jjd, i" th ..r Miami: two Bisters, Mrs iluhen and Mrs. Clara Raff! both "f .Miami, ami three brothers, Max ami Son r.oldenMank if Miami' "nil David fioidenhlank of New York Korvlo, wore held Monda> In the i.onion Funeral home i hapel with buV,' 1 '" ''"• '• ly plot in Wood Mi morlal park, IWI1 GOODMAN M ',, ,; "I" an. 7::. .,f 915 Euclid II v..Miami Reai h, died In a hospital la; il. had been .%  winter hi n for the past IS years from %  Dong Island Surviving are 11 • wife. MiNona-Goodman, and n II o'v I...Hi ..f Miami Beach The :', "o i" New rork by Rlvei Memorial chnnel body compare potcnciet HABANA AND VARADERO BEACH Low "SUMMER EXCURSION" Rates Every Friday The Best in Hotel Accommodations and Meali You Will Enjoy AMBASSADOR TRAVEL. INC. 1434 Washington Ave. Phone 5-1544 Miami Beach MATZ DIES IN CRASH NEW YORK— (JTA)— Funeral services were held here last week for Sidney Matz, well-known New York businessman and philanthropist, who was killed when his plane, which he was piloting, crashed in the state of Washington while he was on a business trip. Eulogies were delivered by Judge Meier Steinbrink, chairman of the eastern regional office of the Anti-Defamation* league; Robert Szold, co-chairman of the American Economic Committee for Palestine; Edward A. Norman, president of the American Fund for Palestinian Institutions, and others. The honorary pallbearers were headed by Prof. Albert Einstein. Mr. Matz was a founder and director of the American Economic Committee for Palestine, on the advisory board of the American Fund for Palestinian Institutions, a founder and trustee of the Palestine Symphony orchestra and was active in other Jewish organizations. He wi.ti works ol lov awayJioinG^Kl Hl in I LEGAL NOTICES TO Wllo.M IT MAT CONCERN: The A ft Ii Garment Company, located ai Z5 \. W Pint Btreet, Miami, Ha, is now under new ownership and the new owners signed below herewith rive public notice that they will not be romonsiblo for any debts contrarl.'il by the A .*.B Garment Company prior i" July lib. 1946. SI Mi >N" BINORR NORMAN ROTHSTEIN I>.\VII> M. BRYAN IN Till IN A... FLORIDA. 1\ DSSS CD in re; l! > koBATtf Mi^taown' sTiM? £ Bi teamed, r BUs NMTII'O X M. "•H. •"ate ..f niiu. ,''•;- known in !• ; ,,.' (;U: late of I" Countv n£ "•",'• w. v I.I.^V;^;^V, : "'' .inn, "." Sred em o a SB A •" %  ""*-ll I.. ham* !" Attorney* :. : Bernini r NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the underpinned, desiring to enmse In bualneaa under the fictitious name of TROPICAL CLASS AM> MIRROR COMPANY, at 7921 N w. Seventh AM inn-. Miami. Florida. Intend to register enid name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of i>aiic County. 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3r^i3^S^S^rS^^'*i:\"S s jr? r PAGE TWO +Jmist Meridian JOIN AUGUST BRIDES-ELECT MISS SCHULMAN -l'hnto b) Albert's Photi Stuillo Schulmans Reveal Troth Of Daughter to Orlandoan Miss Sie 9 al To Wed Attorney Aug. 7th Rockaway Park, N. Y., will be the scene of the wedding of Miss Dorothy Siegal, of Far Rockaway, and Abe Aronovitz, of Mill.i. on Wednesday, Aug. 7. AnOf interest in Miami and Orlando is the news of the forthcoming marriage of Miss E. Phyllis Schulman and Abe Leon Kamenoff. Announcement of their engagement is made this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulman, 241 Ponce noun cement of their marriage is de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Mr. Kamenoff is the son of Mr. being made by her mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff, of 2104 Kuhl ave, Orlando, who will Celia Siegal. be here for the wedding. The couple will be married by The couple will be married before their immediate families Rabbi Jacobson in his study and in a ceremony to be performed by Rabbi Morris Skop of Or' will be feted at a dinner at the lando at high noon Sunday, August 25, in the Antilla hotel Gabl. s. C Miss Schulman has asked hi r leen, to be her maid Thi :: mother will serve of honor and Jack K : will be ins brother's ': An Miami Senior Hi -']. the bride-elect was graduated cum laude from the ill Miami schxx 1 of in thi • ntertainI field since childhood, she has s r fessionally for the l ast %  ui y, ars under the name of PI j His Sharon and n c ntly pitted a tour of i Durv a member ol a I "so unit which performed at military installations throughout tl an was president Hilh i ion at the Miami i nd has been : B'rith and the Mibride's home. During the ceremony they will be attended by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Klein, of Far Rockaway. Among the guests will be former Mimians, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac N. Weinkle, of New York. After a honeymoon in upstate New York, they will return to makeami Y where she is a member of the Emanon club. Her fiance attended the University of Florida and was affiliated with Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity. In January he was discharged from the Army alter two and one-half years' service during which he participated in Miami in September to major battles in the Pacific theatheir home at 2370 S. W. Fourth tre of war. He is now in business St. in Orlando where the couple will reside following their honeymoon. They plan a month-long motor trip through norl ,-tatcs and Canada. On their return to Orlando in October, a reception will be held in their honor. GOODMAN-CORET % urdines JOHNSON'S Glo-Coat with applicator $1.59 The marriage of Miss Helen Miss Siegal attended schools in Far Rockaway. During the war she was a member of the American Women's Volunteer service and was active in the Red Cross and the Long Beach canteen. More recently she was associated with the Miami B'nai B'rith office. Mr. Aronovitz has practiced law in Miami for the past 24 years. He is senior member of the firm Goodman of Richmond. Calif., to of Aronovitz, Weinkle and AronoIrwin All. n Coret, captain. US vitz. He has served as president Army medical corpus and son of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, and of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cunt of was acting state's attorney, city Miami, took place in Springfield, solicitor for five years and atMass., on July fourth. The young torney for the civil service board, couple honeymooned in the Berk,He is a member of the Elks and shire mountains where they atMasons and was formerly a board tended val. the summer music festiSeminole Visits Camp member of Temple Israel. A group of Mr. Aronovitz' triends honored him at a cock.'ail party and bachelor dinner Saturday evening. When Beach Y campers gathered around their Indian campfire yesterday, local color was supplied by a Seminole who told Stol il S of his tribe. On Scholarship Board ranwjiuGust Miss Frankel, M. Genet To Say Vows In New y or | Two prominent Miami Beach families will be Miss Natalie Sandra Frankel becomes the bride of M""^ on Sunday, August 11, at the Hotel Pierre m New vJfH Miss Frankel and her parents, the Mayer H F T 1 now in New York where Mr. Genet and his parents l?'' Mrs. Harry Genet, will join them next week. *•' Rabbi Irving Lehrman of the Miami Beach J eW ii, will perform the ceremony which will be followed bv tion and luncheon at the hotel. Among the quests wUlu Frankel's brother, Marvin; Mr. Genet's brother, SaulW vl and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs .-___^0 Miss Ribalow to w3 Rabbi Judah Nadictf .Irving Genet, all of Miami Beach, and his brother-in-law. Dr. Ralph R. Coleman, of Charleston, S.C. The couple will honeymoon in New England. A number of social events will be held in their honor when they return to make their home in Miami Beach early this fall. The bride-elect attended Southern Junior college in Virginia and received her bachelor's and law degrees from the University of Miami, where she was president of Delta Phil Epsilon sorority. She is president of the local unit of Junior Hadassah, president of that organization's southeastern region and a member of its national board of directors. During the recent Federation campaign, she was chairman of the Miami Beach youth division. Her fiance, who attended high school in New York, is also a graduate of the University of Miami law school. A member of the Dade county and Florida Bar associations, he is also affiliated with B'nai B'rith, the Beach Y, the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Elks and the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He is vice president of the Beth Jacob synagogue. XWKXXX^KW^lOOOOOIXtOOOOOOi Dabu Parad ra Michael Fred, son of Dr. and Mrs. George Graham, 912 Fourth St., was born July 23 at the Victoria hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the Bris Wednesday Susan Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Locknitsky, 725 Alton rd., was born July 10 Melvin Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Posner, 1023 Lenox ave., July 13 Gary Ted, son oj Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Malakotf, 1610 S. W. 15th st., July 16 Lawrence Michel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Michel Seidenberg, 4540 Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach, July 17 Mrs. Sidney L. Weintruub is among the newly appointed memOther events of the camp this beis of the scholarship committee 1 \ 2 gallon and applicator Makes linoleum and floors shine with new beauty so easy to apply with applicator. No rubbing liquid wax. Half-gallon ran with applicator. MIAMI STORE, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, FIFTH FLOOR week included a Softball game in which the 41st st. polo park team bested the camp team 6-3 and another in which the campers tied a counsellor team 4-4. of the Dade county Federation of Women's clubs. The group is : lied to meet next week to discuss applications for scholarships. Brand New! Our newest drink— THE RIGOR MORTIS FRAPPE — U sensational! TWO, AND YOU'RE STIFF! XIMBN'a 1141 M. MIAMI AVE. • PLAZA THEATRE S. End Wash. AveMiami Beach Tuesday and Wednesday. Aug. 6-7 ANTON CHEKHOV FILM FESTIVAL "Marriage" <* "Jubilee" Two great comedies by the famous Russian writer, featuring artists of THE MOSCOW ART THEATRE amusing bits of buffoon artistry expert players quaint diversion. delightful farcical satire -N. Y. Time* EXTRA ATTRACTION! RUSSIAN NEW6REEL First Time Shown in the South! You Must Read CHAIM WEIZMAN Essays on his works and personality by Felix Frankfurter. L u d w i g Lewisohn, Dorothy Thompson. Norman Angell. Thomas Mann. Maurice Samuel, Pierre Tan Paaacen. Sholem Asch. Stephen S. Wise and many others. $3.50 OJfu, BOOKWORM 214 Valencia Avenue CORAL GABLES oiivry iefyjej The engagement 0 | dassah Ribalow of V lv £ l Rabbi Judal Nadich, formJ v.ser on Jewish affair, J 1 era! of the A my DwightjA enhower, ,being by her parents, Mr. Ribalow. Formerly a lieutenant i Rabbi Na will leave, to survey J %  .... wa needs in Europe, South East Africa nd Palestine j Joint Disti ution Com Rabbi Nadicl visited Greaterl ami last winter on behalf t United J> wi Appeal. Miss Hi: iw is the eat secretary of the Rabbinical] sembly of tl Jewisl Siminarv. Y Camp Has Color ] CaillOe: camp partii i] ited in a color| last Friday with the carr.p d ed into two t< ;ims. the Blue! ils and tit White Angels. ( petition w keen bctweenl two groups which met in j letic events, a sing, drai and formatii n marching. Conducted on the Y play I the athletic matches consist! several n lay races, a bm| contest, a horseshoe meet, and several basketball baseball events. The cclcrf singfest consisted of new i songs, t...' ngs, am! cheal jeers. The activities of ) %  were euln inated by a dn program and baseball gante.] The Be.H YMHA teaal defeated Tin i.i.v five to 4j its closest rival in the Beach twilii t league, the I ner Cons:.. '.. n co. team fflPiTOI Mall AVI A I Open # %  •>' AT Thtf THEAtt The story of a MM | afraid to low! JOHN HODIAI NANCY GUILD RICHARD C0NTE | "Somewhere In the NigM" LLOYD NOLAN FRITZKOBTNEBI



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2. 1946 *Je^stJhrldllari PAGE ELEVEN SOCIAL NOTES HOLLYWOOD and LAUDERDALE Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Ruth Ferdinand, Hollywood, to Mr. Herman White of Springfield, Mass. The wedding will be solemnized in September and the couple will make their home in Hollywood. Miss Ferdinand recently returned from a visit to Springfield. Mrs. Abe Tarler honored Miss Ferdinand with a mah jongg party July 18 to which a small group of her Ft. Laududak friends were invited. State Lodge Convention Slated For Tampa Representatives of Florida B'nai B'rith lodges will convene at Tampa during the weekend of Labor Day, Sept. 2, it was announced this week. Approximately 40 delegates will represent the Miami and Miami Beach lodges. Members oi the women's and youth groups will also attend. Reservations for the convention may be made with Charles R. Jacobson, executive secretary of Sholem lodge, by telephoning 3-63-06. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiss are vacationing at Home Lawn Mineral Springs, Martinville, Ind., before going to Chicago to visit. Julius Epstein left Ft. Laudeidale Sunday, July 28, for New York city where his marriage to Miss Norma Fund will take place Aug. 4. He and his bride will honeymoon at Lookout Mountain Inn in Chattanooga, Tenn., before returning to Ft. Lauderdale to make their home. Mr. Fpsein's mother, Mrs. Rosa Epstein, travelled to New York with him to attend the wedding. Later, she will visit in Pennsylvania for two months. Isenberg Resigns Post M. M. Isenberg, chief food enlorcement attorney for the Miami district OPA office, has resigned his post to establish a private law practice. He is succeeded by Don S. Beeland of Reynolds, Ga. Miss Faye Schindler, brideelect of Daniel Goldhagen, was honored at a lingerie shower by the Misses Anita Power and Libby Arkin at the Godhagen home, 1670 Lenox avc. last week. Wucher Named Head Of Youth Project Martin Wucher, temporary chairman, was elected president of the Miami Beach Youth center at an organization meeting Sunday at the Miami Beach American Legion home. Other officers are Dr. Jesse V. Cohen, first vice president; Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast, second vice president; Harry Sullivan, third vice president; Hylan Kout, recording secretary; Mrs. Esther H. Cohen, corresponding secretary; and Milton Sirkin, treasurer. The organization is planning to transform the old Miami Beach Municipal golf course club house into a youth community center with tennis courts, an outdoor dancing patio, floodlights, and landscaping supplied at the city's expense.. Other leaders in tht project are Edward Platkin, Marvin Englander, Albert W. Simpson, Jack Kimball, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Sam Rivkind, Harold Turk, David M. Emmer, Ralph C. Pole, Ed. Friedson, Harry Wendler, Harry M. Rice, Byron Wheeler and Phil James. bLLECT FUNDS FOR HOSPITAL PROJECT Ct $400 WAS RAISED by the auxiliary of the Freda (kowih post, JWV, last Thursday in their tag day sale, i Mrs. Perry Marks, president who is shown here holdla hind bcx. Proceeds from the project will be used to I a loudspeaker system which will be installed at the Hilus Veterans hospital in the near future. The auxiliary kit quilted bed slippers, which members had made, and Xing kits to the hospital MondayTag day workers inked (1. to r.) Mr>. Hylan H. Kout, drive chairman; Mrs. Peter per. publicity chairman, and Mrs. Irving Birnberg, secre1. Mrs. Obbie Rosenthal (not pictured) was in charge of [campaign headquarters at Walgreen'3. New members p Jewish Wcr Veterans' auxiliary and post will be inW at a joint meeting Aug. 12 at the Miami Y. Group Nominates Recuperating from a recent illness at Broward General hospital is Mrs. Abe Newman of Ft. Lauderdale. Also recoverng from a recent operation following an accident is Mrs. Bessie Shapiro. During the summer season, the B'nai B'rith Women of Broward Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tarler leave I county are continuing sending today for an extended trip which P acka 8 ts to lts h two *2?£ ed E" willUin with visiting Mrs. Tar•J %  hang.... Chtn. ler's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolfson, in Jacksonville. Then they will go by plane to Lookout Mountain Inn in Tennessee for a week before leaving for Chicago and Indiana to visit relatives and to attend the wedding of their cousin Mr. Richard Fishbein, of Chicago. Arthur Stone and Mrs. Hedy Ultman see to it that each week a package of food and other essential items go to these families who have sent letters of gratitude and thanks. pn de H. v. p, ShepBroad, and Cat hings There nominees for the presiden| the newly organized Bar Jationof M ach. NomPs for thi of presiland first and second vice Imts were mad< at a memIp meeting thi week at M charter and by-laws were tee nominated for first vice fnt are Ben Co en, Louis ptzkopf, Harold B. Spaet, "Turk, Alvin Kassel and Towle, Pi ; ...i s Wal I Kovner, Han y Zukernick, -wank. Vi\ ian B. RuthJn Cohen, and Jack Ab%  "Ne been minated for *''ce president. Election i by mail. Solomon Opens Office Frank Solomon, recent graduate of the University of Miami law school, is sharing offices at 918 Seybold bldg. with Max R. Silver, attorney. Solomon was graduated from Miami Senior High school and served four and one-half years with the 26th infantry division, being discharged as a captain. Hear sixty advisers, but be guided by your own conviction. ^GAL NOTICES &t/'!; l:i > -^ VMS! the : • EN that '' %  -. gage in J>-USTERs ; !l; "" e of JP^EI w E | l l ;iN f. ; s mara*CHARGE. h.-i .-1 Unal "Pinal I! %  rl an] JL523 "AJ %  JOBERV"' 1 /, *y of '! %  to Ik.',."' An for 'en that I nil peAdmlnl1 HENRY C. ; and that on '}• 1946. will W F. BlanDade County, ; : ald final '*•• as Acl' Henry C. SV A ^ m 'niatrutrlx. The Ft. Lauderdale bridge tournament recently ended with Dr. Sidney Norman being acclaimed one of the winners. Dr. Norman will attend the summer national tournament in Brooklyn, this month. Mrs. Norman, who is now in New York, will join him there for the series. Junior Orchestra Begun A Metropolitan Miami Junior Symphony orchestra, under the direction of Caesar La Monaca, supervisor of the Greater Miami Boys' Drum and Bugle corps, is being offered as a special summer treat to Miami youth by the city recreation department. The list of members includes Maryanna Bender, Buddy Becker, Carol Wolpert, Alvin Friedman, Marvin Alexander, and Richard Schulman. Anyone aged 20 or under who plays a musical instrument is eligible to join. Off for a vacation trip to New York City tomorrow will be Mrs. Ralph Gross, who plans to attend NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi: undersigned, desiring ; %  ei.gagi in v „„.„ „*,A v> Q business under the finiu.ni> nanv ol the summer concerts and the ," n E UA i, K ooi. CENTER, at .444 kk..l u ...U;i n *Kn*-n lt r ,....l A \ia VILiml Itritrh. Fl;i.. illtheatre while there. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage i" liusinesH under the fictitious name of NATIONAL CLEANERS AND ULNDRY, at 436'J S. W. 8th St.. Miami. Florida, intend to register said nairni with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE .1. KACHI.1N SAMUEL NEUPELD 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltlmis name of FAYS BAR AND GRILLE, at 9901 N. W. 27th Avenue, Dade County, Fla.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the CHri-uit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORIUNE EPSTEIN, Sole Owner. HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in liusiiiess under the fictitious name of KAY LETTER SERVICE, at S. \V. Sth Street, in the City of Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. linltiiTliy KOPELOWITZ ROIIERT MARKS 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name ol PAULS STEAK & CHOI' HOLSfc., I 11 lh Washington Avenue. Miami Beach Fla., Intends to reflBter Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. PAUL JQERSTMAN. Bole Owner. DIANA COOPER8MITH. Attorney for Applicant. i 2-9-16-23-80 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under the fictitious name oi A & li OARMENT CO., al 25 N. W, First St., Miami, Fla., Intend to register Bald name with the i lerk ol tne Olrcult Court of Dade County, Florida, SI Mi iN SINGER NORMAN ROTHSTEIN DAVID M BRYAN New Owners (i/:'-li-16-23-30 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of I. S G GLASS AND MIKItolt WORKS %  u 116 s. W, Sth Street, In the < lu ••< Miami, Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of lh. < ,-uit court of Dade County. Florida. 1.1 U IS GEHHI-.lt MORRIS ORUN VON ZAMPT A SIMON, Attorneys for Applicants. 8/2-9-16-23-30 iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE lN ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OpVbORlDA IN AND TOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. I0189.>. NOTICE TO APPEAR ANN It. liOUHi. Plaintiff, LOUIS GOLOB, .,,,. rSuw'aOLOB. 1175 Netoon AV |o U u e 'A^ X HBR^ W Y T RMUI!P NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FI^ORIDA STATE CONTKACI UR>. at 1105 ith Street. Miami Beaeh. I-laIntend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. _„..., HARRY SII.VERMAN SIDNEY WE1NSTEIN 7/S-U-ll-M 8/1 ,.• ii LEATHBRMAN. ByWfi. W. STOCKING, D.a iSSBtWWwSSwS ARONOVtTZ U : Seybold HKH-. Miami. Florida. 7/1J-W-H 8/* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KIGSTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not Inc.), Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l >.ui. County, Florida. HERBERT M. KRI8TALL IRVING KELTON BURNETT ROTH, Attorney for Applicants. S/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol CITY HAIAJ OARAGE, at llaO Collins Avenue, Miami lleach, I-laIntends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ,„„_,„,• MAX cnl.USTEIN HARRY DIETZ, Attorney for Applicant. Congress il]il. 7 26 8/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1 ENA'S TOURIST CABINS, at Dade County, Florida, Intends to reglater said name with the Clerk of the tir,.,iii Com i of hade County, Florida. PJOMNDA ANGELINE SEKERICH, Sole Owner. SAM SILVER. Vttorney for Applicant. 7/19-841 v 2-8-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ,1,,'. undersigned, desiring to engage in busme'ss under ^^&JSSSm oi.i'or BAGOAGE & TR 0 N .r i. •o a 1106 6th Street, Miami Beach. ,,,,/„j a n ,e„d to register said name with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of I ii.le County, Florida. '•"' MORTON RCBENSTEIN JOSEPH A. PBRWErLEB MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN. attorneys for Applicants. 7 19-26 8/3-9-11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unde.~ii.-ned. desiring to engage In gS£ Mian,! Reach, intend to register CaU ALBERT n BLUMBlKta ISIDORE CiH^KI.ER SAMUEL GOODMAN H vKoI.U SHAPIRO. Attorney for Applicants. 7/19-26 8/2-" ALLAN MACKOVBR dising Servloa Bar, Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida. 7/5-12-19-26 8/1 LEGAL NOTICES Iirexel AveMiami Beach. Flaintend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude. County, Fla. _...„ SHIRLEY FORMAN SAMUEL LAPIN Co-partners. SAMUEL RUBIN. Attorney for Co-partners. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUNNYSIDE CLEANERS, at 13 B, W. 12th Avein the City of Miami. Florida, intend to register the said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK BREESKIN BOB GOCH VON ZAMPT, 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 or MIAMI CAMERA MART, at 7i5 Washington AveMiami Beach, HaIntend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado Countv, Florida. RAY H. BROWN. JR. AL A. HOLLANDER ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants. 1010 Biscayne 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 6001 N. VV. 7th AveMiami. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F 0r da HERBERT PRANKLYN ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant, 1010 Biscayne Bldg. 712-19-26 8/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PATIO GRILLE, at 1415 N. E. 2nd AveIn 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 KLUGER VON ZAMFT, SIMON & KATZ. Attorneys for Applicants. /12-19-26 8/2-9 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE Is hereby given that the partnership lately existing between the undersigned. CORRINE EPSTEIN



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W^^mWW^ r i PAGE TEN IN THE GREATER MIAMI HOUSES OF WORSHIP MIAMI Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation (Orthodox), 590 S, W. 17th ave.. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Maurice Mamchas— Kalialns Shnlilx>s. 7 i>> Frlilav. Saturday nioi'iiinK services, 9 a.m. Mlneha. 7:15 p.m. Talmud Torah dally from 9 a.m. till noon. Beth David Consregation (Conservative), 135 N. W. Third ave.. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S. Friedman — Regular Friday evening services. 7:30 p.m. Saturday morning services, 8:30 a.m. Temple Israel (Reform). 137 N. E. 19th St., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman— Raldd Zwltman will read the Friday evening services at 8:1S p.m. MIAMI BEACH Beth Jacob Congregation (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington ave., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Louis D. Feder —Friday evening services, 7:3d p. in. Adult Saturday morning servicea, 8:3u a.m. Intermediate aervices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mlneha. 7:80 p.m., followed bj Shalos Sudos. Religious r-.ho.il s.-islons. Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative), nu Euclid ave.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Emanuel Barkan— Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. Saturday services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation, in a.m. Mlneha, 7 p.m. Shalos Sudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy Scout troop S5 meeting, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), Chase ave. at 41st St.. Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer — Friday evening services, 8:16 p.m. High Holy Days, Sept. 26. Joins Federation Staff William Glick has joined the Greater Miami Jewish Federation staff as fund-raising assistant. His work will be primarily concerned with the trades divisions of the annual community-wide campaign. Prior to coming to Miami. Gliek was with the fundraising department of the New York Federation for eight yearss. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. RepreeentotiT. B'nai B'rith meetings are continuing during the summer, Frank Bayer, president, announced. The B'nai B'rith Women are also meeting under the chairmanship of Mrs. Isabel Kapner. Mrs. Birdie Diamond of Chicago is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and family, 410 Lukewood id. Major Al Bloom of Pittsburgh, has joined the public relations staff at Morrison Field air base. Ben Friedman is recovering from a brief illness at his home on Datura St. Mrs. Jacob Greenberg recently returned to her home in Newark, N.J., after an extended visit with hir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Simon. In honor of a new grandson, Aaron Bergman was host for refreshments at Scrier hall following Shabbos services at Temple Beth El. Tishu B'av services will be conducted next Monday night and Tuesday, Aug. fifth and sixth, at Temple Beth El. Rabbi M. Greenstein will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Rader of Belle Glade spent the weekend in Palm Beach and left for Chicago where they will spend the remainder of the summer. Beth El congregation will observe memorial services Tuesday evening. Aug. 6, and Wednesday, Aug. 7, in memory of Carl Schrebnick, who died July 31, 1925. He was the father of J. S. Schrcbnick. He who is slow to anger and easily pacified is truly pious and virtuous. Private Alex Berger, Minneapolis, is a basic training student in radar at Boca Raton Air base. Fire from an electric wire caused minor damage to the Pioneer Furniture store of Max Greenberg. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM ^^^*^^^^^j>V>VVVMM l C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mlzell, C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Favllle, Funeral Directort 413 Hibiicui Street Phone 8121 W. Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro duett and Ice Cream. Weem* • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE ra en LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla 9-Jenistncridiar^ JWB Surveys Area. To Plan Entertainment A survey of military insta'laUons from Key West to West Palm Beach is being made by .San, Schuster, new JWB-USO direc tor tor Florida. Mr. Schuster is compiling information regardinn the number of Jewish service m en and women in the area in order to plan recreational work for them. Among the entertainments planned for patients at the Pratt General and Nautilus veterans hospitals are horseback riding and movies, in addition to Friday evening religious services. JWB-USO is now handling entertainment programs which were formerly conducted by the Army Special Services, Schuster said. Schuster has been connected with the JWB-USO for the past four years. A native of New York he was graduated from NY U with a major in business man-1 agement and formerly served as a director of the Christodora settlement house in New York. %  fflDAV, AMfr! SEEK RELATIVES The following persons are being sought by relatives overseas through the National Council of Jewish Woman, Miami section, Service to the Foreign Born: Frank Barer by Isak Barer; Fisher and David Lewkowitz by Abram, Heniek, and Mirriam; Philip Grupstein by Henryk Lasotsky; Salek Rosenkrantz, by Le wit anus; L. Drezner by Moshe Knoponski. Chanc and Itsik Melamed by Yetta Zuckerman; Willy Brauer by M. Kaserne Deggendorf; Sander Goldstein by Anna Weiss; David Zelig by Markus Strichberger; Henriette Reublinger by Felix Schwar; Emanuel Blinbaum by Sacha Blinbaum; Philip Grusten by Muhldorf Inn; and Elizabeth Groszbert by Elizabeth Blumbergcr. Anyone having any information as to the location of these people is asked to contact the National Council of Jewish Women in the Congress bldg. E. ALBERT PALLOT (left), president of Sholem B'rith, confers with Lou Heiman, chairman of the lodqe' bership drive for 1.000 new members. When the mLIU goal is attained, plans will be formulated for a lodge quarters. TALKS ON VIOLENCE "The Violence in Palestine" was the subject of an address by Harry Simonhoff, guest speaker at a regular luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon club at the National hotel Wednesday. An open forum followed the lecture. ASKS FOR REPORTS Mrs. Benjamin Appel, chairman of the summer project being conducted by the Miami Beach Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged, has jsked committee workers to send in reports of their achievements lo her at 4430 Royal Palm ave. -^>*^ feme p710 S. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-, Lra. hmiA "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME" = WE 0FFICUU.Y KFfSSOa THE MAJOWTY Of NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlvmaion Gladly luinutfd on Aequtif SERVING MIAMI BEAM I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish J IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director BUY VICTORY BONDS1 MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 1236 Washington Ave. Miami Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director ABE EISENtfERG, Treasurer I* New York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. BBYM ELECT COB Seymour Cohen, son d and Mrs. S. A. Cohen, II 14th ter., was recently ele_ tional secretary of theB'niil Young Men's organization.] Cohen is now residing in \ ington, D.C., where he mj cist with the Nevy depari K^ MIAMI MONUMENT "Miami'i Oldeit and U Operattd by SIDNEY H, PALME | You need no longer' 6 to 10 months for | monuments. We canjj large selection mediate delivery. All Styles olHebnt I Lettering and Deag"| Phone 44922 For an Appointmul 3279 S. W. 8th St*] Opposite Woodlawn C MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympia Building P hone 3 3720 Mount Sinai Memorial H MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DlGNlrlU' MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOOT ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth JgJyJ Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Me Foe Further Information Phone 9-2664, 449 *^_LJ ^^^^w^M PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEl "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" PHONE 9-2664 E. E. CARTER. Funerel Direct o* "A Friend In Weed" *>• *' "* i'IX^>



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AUGUSTJ^ Facts TALIANOFF „„io"n.i D irect r Ant '' De( ,mtion "-.aoue .„oif ihp entire naKJS an^orrifW to ?! lynching of two men SnStoGeorgia. And L .his morning's paper apJr. Negro in Mississippi, iforded a, still another I „ a C oincin a platj hate and bigotry? ne Talmadgr Mad cam(or the gubernatorial Ltion on a straight anti1 platform. Ho promised elected, he will assign an mt" to each sheriff of the |no take car.' ol Negro in a campaign speech in Miss., made it quite Ko his listeners that they (pursue "certain measures" Vent Negroes from voting polls. Incidentally, this has prompted action on 1 of some of the senators j Bilbo's fitness for office tied by the senate com| on qualification of memJr.asmuch as they felt Bilbo bciting his constituents to I Georgia, and now Missisynchings, are in negation democratic principle! of order on which our naI founded. Is it a pure coice? Is it possible that or Talmadge's ideology npaign of hate may have buted to these crimes? | thing is certain, The eyes | nation will tx upon these latesmen during their ten1 office. A great responsiInow rests upon their shoulf They must see to it that order, as well as the Ibasic principles which com|our American democracy, maintained. jervice whereby local resi[can send remittances to IK and friends in Europe is available, according to an pcement maci by the First al bank. The bank's forBepartmer.t maintains facillor sending money to any I point of the globe. +teist fkridkiri PAGE SEVEN Ian may be known by three I by his conduct in money fs. his behavior at the taN his demean,ir when an? E STRICT CURFEW (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) who checked identity cards and photographs. The Jewish police, who recently assumed responsibility for the administration of law and order throughout Tel Aviv, have been ordered to remain in their homes until called for. It was revealed that curfew passes issued to newspapermen and others who usually are permitted to continue their business during raids and searches have been revoked. This will effectively close all newspapers in the city, and since the majority of the Hebrew press is published in Tel Aviv most of the Jews of Palestine will be without news during the British occupation of the city. The premises of the newspaper Haaretz have been occupied and from the JTA offices across the street soldiers could be seen erecting sandbag-protected machinegun nests. The Jerusalem correspondent of the JTA who was brought here in the company of other foreign correspondents toured the city under the guidance of British officers. Lt. Gen. A. J. H. Cassel, commander of the Sixth Airborne, who is in charge of operations here, told reporters that he was determined "by hook or crook" to discover and arrest members of the Irgun Zvai Leumi and the Stern group. In his broadcast this morning the High Commissioner asserted that it had "been my earnest wish that if as a result of the violence directed against the government, military operations were forced upon us, it should have as its objectives those forces responsible for that violence, and military operations and restrictions should interfere as little as possible with the country's normal life. However, the High Commissioner pointed out: "I would remind all the peoples of Palestine of the great and urgent activity now proceeding to find an early solution to the Palestine problem —discussions are to be held with both Arabs and Jews. Violence can only make the task more difficult, if not impossible." he warned. Maintaining that "no movement of a terrorist character would have a chance of survival against the wishes of the people from whom it springs," he said that it lies with the Jewish people whether they will help or hinder the government attempts to suppress the underground movement. *£>! f ^<*c>'^ne in ten years, and P e m fifteen years. IMFnp^ E INTER ESTED. PHONE ME FOB FULL ^^MATION (without obligation, of course). EDITH SCHULMAN HEADS ROSE CHAPTER HOSPITAL SEEKS 15 FOR NURSE TRAINING Only 15 openings are left for the Sept. 11 class at the nurses' training school at Jackson Memorial hospital, it was announced Monday by Miss Alice Isabel Mustard, R.N., director of nursing services and principal of the nursing school at Jackson. Interested applicants may obtain further details by calling the American Red Cross or Jackson Memorial hospital. MISS EDITH SCHULMAN (third from left) was recently installed as president of the Rose chapter. B'nai B'rith Young Women, at the Trocadero restaurant. Pictured with her are Evelyn Rodan. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Maxine Rinehard, vice president; Ruth Sherman, retiring president; Dorothy Edelson. former vice president; Rosalie Sepin, former corresponding secretary. Other new officers, not pictured, are Carolyn Cherry, recording secretary, and Vicky Benjamin, treasurer. Mrs. Rinehard is conducting the summer meetings in the absence of Miss Schulman. HOSPITAL. FEDERATION COORDINATE DRIVES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) tween Jan. 15 and Feb. 15. Trade and other special solicitations will be timed to coincide with the plans of both campaigns "as much as possible" and solicitation of the lower giving groups may be combined. It was agretd that cost of the campaign will be borne by both agencies in direct proportion to the moneys raised and that each agency will retain its own pledge cards, with any unspecified pledges to be given to Federation. An additional stipulation was made by the Federation board barring the hospital trustees from placing any type of mortgage on the hospital construction without the approval of Federation. Incorporated in the spring, the Mt. Sinai hospital organization consists of 17 trustees whoso president is Baron de Hirsch Meyer. A committee of about 61 people has been working on campaign planning for the hosoital. START A STAMP ROUTE TODAY Mlpnuui'i, Deluxe Triplex Stamp Machine. It's New! It's Different! It's a Hit! With the Public Sells lc. 3c and 8c Postage Stamps in Sanitary Folders Operator's Price $39.50 Lots of 10 50o With Orders Balance C.O.D. Attention, Florida Operators! Write. Wire or Phone Today! SCHWARTZ DISTRIBUTING CO. 1802 S. W. 17th St.. Miami Phone 2-4429 and Shipman'i Distributor Will Call on You RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W 7th St. PH. 8-7S01 Bait carefor chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people SANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reasonable Prices HmsLarge Beautiful Oroundai MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B E. BRONSTON, Realtor vnTTVuuni for LUST iCONVALESCElia wOutoiacCaMi >un-RayPork wkhlfpsort BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. W. Miami Court • PHONE 3-6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED GUARANTEED WORK No Job Too Large or Toe Small Estimates Cheerfully Given Something New In Cold Milchig Soaps We don't have to sell Jewish families on cold milchig soups for summer meals. Is there a Jewish home, for instance, where borscht is not enthroned as the favorite from April to October? But without threatening the supremacy of "King Borscht", we would like to suggest a new cold soup recipe, easy to prepare and still easier to eat. We present condensed cream soups as the basis for a new summer "mechaya". Yes, 'condensed cream of tomato and 'condensed cream of green pea are colorful and captivating serves! cold with a collop of sour crean.. whipped cream, or egg fluff flouting on the surface Try this:— Chilled Cream of Green I'ea Soup Combine — 1 11-oz. can 'condensed cream of green pea soup, undiluted 2 cups milk '/4 teaspoon dehydrated horseradish 1 teaspoon sugar Pour into a refrigerator tray and chill for 10 minutes. Serve cold. Garnish with Whipped Egg White Garnish (recipe below). Whipped Egg White Garnish Whip until stiff but still moist — 1 egg white. Add, during whipping — Dash salt. Place a spoonful on chilled soup. Top with a dash of paprika. Serves 6. •MJJC by Htim — endutnJ b> tht L/mon of Otthl/dvi Jtivith Cungrcgdtiuni u\ Am.'i.w GET READY FOR YOUR VACATION AND SEE THAT THERE'S Nothing More FITTING Than DIXIE "Kool-Ride" Seat Covers Perfect Fitting Durable Material. Available in most sizes in beautiful Maroon and Blue. 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I bAY AU GUST 2 L J946_ *Jewisii Thrkllan }r ^fyea&inq, LTINOEO FROM PAGE S) flnd Mrs. Jerome Freeh"fchildren, Jeanne and KS to Miami after ftSStay in Chicago. >* there to celebrate IShs 'other's 75th VB as lhe first £n in five /ears fSria Sterman. of Fay15, w ai arnve in Miam Keek as houseguest of ISShlingBoth girls are VTat the University of Ud'Mrs. Samuel A RivL leaving next week for [york and Boston. While L York they will visit [daughter and grandL and Mr. Rivkind will L offices of the National X Welfare bocrd and of [ational Jewish War Vet], Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ljdnd are leading this [for New York. They are ling up and will visit with %  daughters there Misses Esther Argintar. tf Hirsch, Babotte Wolf, IHertzman, Barbara Steig, 1 Gottfried, Sally Horn, tie Vitsky and Marcille ^an attended Summer ; at the University of i last weekend Mrs. Adierblum is visiting her daughter in Chicago. 1 be away several more i Esther Argintar, daugh| Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aris leaving today for [rile, N. C, to visit with her cousin. She will be away about a month. Her brother, Eli, is expected home from New York this week Miss Charlotte Kotkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kotkin, is flying to New York Sunday for a two month stay. She will join her parents and brother, Sidney, there Mrs. Max Rappaport is vacationing in Philadelphia, New York and Atlantic City Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ahlman will leave Monday to motor to Flat Rock, N. C, where they will be joined by their son, Harry, jr., who is at Chimney Rock camp. On their return they will stop in Atlanta to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Zahn Miss Jean Rudd, of Palm Beach, will be the houseguest of Miss Julia Ahlman while her parents are away Mr. and Mrs. Julien Appere and son, Spencer, of 60 N. E. 50th st., are spending the month of August at the Crescent hotel on Miami Beach Sam Silver returned from a business and pleasure trip to Charlotte, N. C. He visited with his family there Mrs. Helen B. Low is visiting her husband, Dr. Solas J. Low from Brooklyn, N. Y. Sam Marcus of Brooklyn spent several days in Miami on a combined business and pleasure trip Mrs. Joe Rosenthal will leave this week for Tampa to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cohen. PAGE FIVE REFORM LEADER ASKS SPIRITUAL REVIVAL LONDON, (JTA)—A warning to world diplomats assembled at the Paris peace conference that "only a far-reaching and profound spiritual revival can redeem our otherwise lost generation," was made by Dr. Maurice |N. Eisendrath, director of the Union of American Hebrew ConIgregations, in an address at the first postwar conference of the World Union for Progressive Ju daism held here. RABBI EDWARD ZER1N (right), recent graduate of the Hebrew Representatives of liberal JuUnion college, Cincinnati, is spending several weeks at the daism from tcn countries attendAlomac hotel with his mother. Mrs. Ida Zerin. The last person J*. he mcet !? g w w hi ch 1S *""* to be nrdmnoH !" r, „uk; i .u. J .F^"> ne kl under the chairmanship of HOC hZTS, \ .u t* i7 ear Af f duanna la of formcr Chief Rabbi Lco Baec P k of HUC. he is shown here with Dr. David Philipson, who s the Berlin. Rabbi Baeck charged that only living member of the first graduating class of 1883. the recent ordeal through which nabbi Zerin has just been named assistant rabbi of United the Jewish peope passed was in Hebrew Congregation, St. Louis, Mo. He is originally from a large measure due to the fact Wilmington, Del. that responsible people remained silent instead of extending help to the Jews. PROPOSES WA EQUALIZATION SHINGTON (JTA)—Presi•uman in a letter to SecreIf State Byrnes on May 25 Rested that immigration about 90 per cent of I were being filled by dis1 persons in the American I in Germany, be spread 1 so that alie:-? waiting at lU. S. consulates throughout prld might have a chance to (ate to the United States, ac! to the visa division of the I department. |the letter to Mr. Byrnes, lnt Truman is reported to piled attention to the many \H aliens waiting at U. S. we; throughout the world > have expressed himself in %  "'lessening the quota numThich had been allotted to mencan zone in Germany to 'Part of these other aliens f* to this country. State department spokes%  Wnted out that many of |People were themselves refho had escaped from %  V earlier years. He rj hat th e effect of the sm.al sugge s ,i un would ^ F !" process of decentralizP* quota numbers. He fj? lh at eventually only !a-| C t? t f the qUOta 06 available for DP's. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Dora May, of 2107 S.W. 60th ave., will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in Mt. Nebo cemetery. Rabbi Joseph^ E. Rackovsky will officiate. Ar^ rangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Priest Demoted After Condemning Pogrom WARSAW, (JTA)—A Polish priest who publicly denounced the Kielce pogrom, in which 41 Jews were killed, has been stripped of his post and restricted in the exercise of his ecclesiastical duties, according to a report published this week in Gazetta Ludowa, organ of Vice President Stanislaw Mikolajczyk. Father Henryk Werynski, of Cracow, had strongly condemned the Kielce outbreak from his pulpit and delivered a .sermon on anti-Semitism. He had also stressed the desirability of a closer understanding between the church and the government. As Father Henryk Werynski, of Cracow, had strongly condemned the Kielce outbreak with superiors in the church, the edict issued by Adam Cardinal Capieha of Cracow and read in all the churches of the archdioces last Sunday came as a surprise. The edict did not specify any reason for the action. Officials in the Warsaw office of August Cardinal Hlond, Polish Primate, declined to comment. Second SOS Collection Ready For Shipment Greater Miami's second collection of Supplies for Overseas Survivors is ready to bo sent to Joint Distribution Committee AEPi to Form Chapters The Miami Alumni chapter of headAlpha Epsilon Pi fraternity will q~uai : tcr7m'Mt Ve'rnom'N.Y., ac• IfP* at the Wofford hotel, 2400 Collins ave., to discuss the establishment of the fraternity of the Universities of Miami and Florida. Harold Shapiro is secretary of the group. cording to local relief drive workers. The shipment of food, clothing and medical supplies is estimated to weigh around 4,000 pounds or more. First collection of relief supplies sent from this area early this month weighed over 6,000 pounds. The cartons were prepared by Mrs. Joseph Brenner of Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ben Essen, who is in charge of the SOS drive in Miami. Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. K>7 Bucayne Blcig. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 DURING MY ABSENCE CONSULT MY ASSOCIATE An unveiling of a monument to the memory of Meyer Cornfield will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mt. Nebo cemetery. Arrangements are being made by the Gordon Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. Dignity does not consist in a silk dress. Air Line Tickets Phone 9-2706 We Make Your ReservationsSecure the Tickets— Deliver Them to You! NO ADDITIONAL COST Also RAIL BUS Tickets HAVANA TOURS Apgar Travel Agency 225 SEYBOLD BLDG. 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PAGE TWELVE fJenistincrldliari FRIDAY, AUGUST i % RUBLE ROUSER MOLESTS PICKETS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9) real trouble, no real unpleasantness. But hold on. What was going on out there in the line? A tall young fellow in a blue shirt, taunting our people. I signalled to the kids to keep quiet. With blazing eyes and tight mouths they complied. Blue Shirt turned to me. "This is hate propaganda." His voice was fairly low. "The British saved this country from Hitler. You people got no right to stir up hate against them." "We don't hate the British," I tried to tell him, "we just want them to keep their promise to let 100,000 of the poor Jews of Europe got to Palestine." He ignored me and called to the line, "I'm a veteran. You can't get me into another war with your monkey-shines." "Listen," I replied, "as an American and a veteran, you're not showing good sportsmanship. Those boys and girls in that line are under orders not to answer you. You're Hiking unfair advantage." I still thought his action was spontaneous. Then, suddenly, I realized as he began striding up and down raising his voice and swinging his arms that this was a trained rabble-rouser. The classic technique was there, the storm iper, strike-breaker tactics. Thank God, our chairman. He talked quietly to Blue Shirt, who shouted back in a tirade of slogans and imprecations reminiscent of the America Firsters, the Christian Fronters. the Coughlinites. "What Fascist organization sent you here?" finally asked our chairman, his voice still level and controlled. Blue Shirt's narrow, Fanatical eyes twitched. For a split second, the clean-cut righteously indignant, Anglo-Saxon luro expression left his cheaply handsi me face. His jaw dropped slackly. Tlnn he caught himself, assumed his former noble and strode out to the center left without taking care of Blue of the sidewalk, his voice rising chanted in mounting volume: "Spreading hate propaganda! Spreading hate propaganda! SPREADING HATE PROPAGANDA! First they wanted us to die killing Hitler! Now they want us to die killing Churchill!" On and on and on. A crowd began to collect. (The chairman went to get a policeman.1 A woman with a heavy German accent standing near me called out, "You're right, son. We're with you. Look at that sign: 'British tyranny, America 1776, Palestine 1946.' Why it's disgusting." (The chairman came hack with a policeman who tried half-heartedly to break up the crowd. He Shirt, who resumed his heckling.) "How much you getting for standing there, Sister?" he jeered at a little college girl. "I fought for you, you slacker." This he directed to the boy whose jacket lying on the floor of the lobby bore his air corps wings and discharge button. "Grandma," to ••" -r>'-^ J&L16 r In a rote organized by UNRRA In displaced person* camps la the American Zone in German M.702 out of 19.311 refugees wanted to go to Palestine; 292 to th, U.S.A.; 12 to Germany, and 203 elsewhere. the older woman whose patient, infinitely disgusted eyes never K ft his face, "you're doin' the wrong thing ." The crowd was getting larger. Some ominous mutterings could be heard. I watched some of the faces. They were ugly, brutal, avid and lustful of blood. This could be a lynch mob, I thought. This could be a pogrom gang. (The chairman returned once more with a police ear. Mr. Scott, the owner of the building, came running out to defend Blue Shirt.) "This boy has the same right here as these people. He's a better American than these people." "We have a permit," said our chairman. "Who are you'.'" ranted Mr. Scott. "I've a good mind b you in the nose." REPEATS THREATS (Scott persisted in his threats, repeating that his tenants would not stand for the picketing. ThiH chairman replied that he was one of Mr. Scott's tenants in the Con. < building and showed Scott his card.) "I'll throw you out—I'll teach you—I'll get you out tomorrow," Scott roared. "Try and do it," and our chairman turned to the police. "Will you see that this young fellow is removed so that our people can continue their peaceful protest?" The crowd shifted and there were scattered mutUred threats. I looked around desparingly. This is what we were warned against. Have we been wrong'.' May he the others, the cautious, ti fearful, the appeasing ones wen right. I glancid at my watch. FIVE O'CLOCK' I elbowed my way to the curb, raised my arms, and shouted. "People! Listen! We planned to break up this line at five o'clock. It is now five o'clock. We're breaking up our line according to our plan. But get this straight. That's the only reason. It's not because of anything this young fellow has said or done. He can't scare us! Come on, kids, break the line—cany the pickets over to the car." "It ain't so." snarled Scott, "don't listen to her, This young fellow done it." Blue Shirt vanished. The crowd drifted away. 1 realized now most of them weren't hostile— just curious. The cops shrugged and started up their motor. I hustled the girls away, and walked to the car with two of the boys It was over. My lace and arms and neck were tingling with sunburn. My feet were pulsing with hot pain. My stomach and my head throbbed. But now that it was over—why, I felt marvelous! I f< t shaken suddenly with a conviction that this had been one of the greatest days of my life. When had I known such camaraderie, such shared experience, such a pervading love for my fellow-workers? When had I seen such selflessness, such kindliness, such lack of egotism, such absence of sordid opportunism and self-assertion Why, this is what it must be like in Palestine among the Chalutzim! I kicked off my stretched my legs, and blissfully leaned my head on the open window of the ear. Maybe in time I'd earn my portion in the Pn mised Land. (Mr. Scott subsequently telephoned his apologies to the chairman, Harry Simonhoff.) Vets Sanitize Phones Germs which have been harboring on Miami telephones will be on the look-out for new homes, now that two returning veterans have opened a telephone sanitization service for this area. The two, Allan Mackover and 'Albert Dorfman, both have four years Card Party Set Aug. ] A card and bingo party nil sponsored by the Emma La. chapter, B'nai B'rith Busir.essi Professional Women, on Tin day evening, Aug. 15. at;.... the auditorium of the Natio hotel. Ticket--, which are 75 j each, may be purchased at i door, acci rding to .Edith of war service. This sanitization service is for both business and mons, publicity chairman. home use and is located at 223 : f reshments will be served,' East Flagler st. I the public is invited to attend! I'nor servants ask advice after a thing has happened. ^OGUST BROS fty* Is the BEST? C Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky 1520 S. W. 5th St Phone 2-7439 A Choice Selection M Delicatessen-Appetizers-Meats-Poultry-Vegetables-Groceries z L : ADLERS KOSHER MARKET rs Under Strict Supervision of Greater Miami VnnA n.k L. • v< KB?tgfcft tfss v ^s sL*sr k#f of the Greater Miami iewbh CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY r rr. %  4 3 9 26 PHONE



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*Je*istneridlian .. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" tftitctty, eongidenUai (Copyright. 1946, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) —By PHINEAS J. BIRON THE FREEDMAN CASE We had a chat with Benjamin Harrison Freedman who signed the anti-Zionist advertisements of "The League For Peace With Justice in Palestine" as "Representative of Cooperating Persons of the Jewish Faith" Freedman is a rather loquacious businessman He seems well off and is convinced that he is helping the Jewish cause. He told us: "I have 100 million dollars at my disposal to place refugees in countries outside of Palestine" When we asked him which countries he hesitated and then blurted out that there were several countries willing to take in Jews. Pauline Schoendorf who signed the advertisement as "Representative of Cooperating Persons of the Christian Faith" is Frecdman's mother-in-law. B. H. Freedman is firmly convinced that he is working in the interest of the Jews by hairing their way to Palestine Honest people under the spell of a hallucination are more dangerous than scoundrels. The 100 million dollars Freedman talks about arc nothing but air bubbles and Benjamin should think twice before continuing his stoogi game for the British Arab ImperialistFeudal combine IT DID HAPPEN HERE An Anglo-Jewish paper in the South published in its July 3 issue a statement advocating the victory of Eugene Talmadge in the primaries. The statement used the Nazi terminology about the superiority of the white race. And to make matters i ven more revolting this "Israelite" paper did not label the statement political advertisement We know that the majority of AngloJewish publishers feel as nauseated as we do. The American Jewish Congress is contesting the granting of an FM Radio Station franchise to the New York News because of the paper'.reactionary policy. So 1 %  i\'i .'.-. protiiieed a kttf the executive board of that organization feel very, very uneasy. • MISCELLANY. The New York Herald Tribune gave assurance to the Anti n famation league that it will exclude advertising of a discriminatory nature. So the oilier day the Herald Tribune published an advertisement by the Polish American Congress falsifying historical facts and charging the Soviet government with promoting Hi. pogroms in Poland • Do you know thai a few months igo appeared a memorial volume' jnder the title of Synagogue Tribute to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, edited by Rabbi Max Kleinman containing articles b) •.luoutstanding orthodox, reform, and conservative rabbis < f Ameri ica. Cardinal Hlond primate oi Poand, who condoned the' pogroms of Poland, is known throughout his land as a notorious anti-Semite. In 1936 he issued one oi the' mi st v iolent anti-Jewish pronouncements. Why the Polish Federation ask him of all people for a statement will remain a mystery. 'CELEBRATIONS" Two hundred people from all parts of Palestine, who arrived in Eretz Israel from Buehenwald t """ 1 %  nel who President. They will discuss the THE MIAMI JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE has moved its headquarters and weekly dinner location to Manning's Seafood restaurant. 829 Biscayne blvd. The chamber is now active in a county-wide health campaign. In the picture, Ralph Stephens, public relations man for Manning's, welcomes Guy Bailey, president of the Jaycees. AUGU^ • SYNAGCXSui^, AIR^ONDITJO^ Work on the~rlr7„fr, synagogue is S^H week. The buil& *** N ^hst. ; in 7E Ucl U1 ^ B-ch. NegoUatff^M. Jj--i ^r com^l uel Widehtz, vice n raelK.mnul tr a 2 ^ Rubin, scrretar"' "'^ Moses Saltzbergj,, We building fund which ,s nnancing the £ ^n by the sale of bn ^ Ginsburg is chairman, mittee. treaj lofthej The P ubl has been ]**, inspect the new bmC attend regular services w\ held every corning and, as well as on Saturday, the new building j, L. services are held at the, gat.ons Sixth st. locatior ll TO DISCUSS COUNCIL The officers and directors of the Beach B'nai B'rith lodge have I been invited to attend a regular luncheon meeting of B'nai B'rith Sholem bulge today at the Downclub by Al Pallot, lodge formation of plans for the Metropolitan Council of B'nai B'rith during the 1 past year are now mostly living in Kibbutzim, came together at Afikim e Jordan Valley to celebrate ; ^." >'^ Th ? B f ch B^i Bnth their -liberation-. What a board h f l"ady voted its ap, • ,.,„'proval of the proposal. strange footnote to events in the h Holy Lai.d. NEW IDEA. An anonymous contributor in Jacksonville, Florida has the right idea about how to settle most ci mmunity issues. He's offered to give the Jewish Community Council S100.000.00 (one hundred thousand dollars) toward the' e rection <>f a community enter building. There' is only 'in condition. Two thirds of the Jews of Jacksonville first must approve of the enterprise through the medium of a community-wide poll. If thl vote falls shprt the offer is off. He who gives way to his wrath makes desolate his house. Even if the anonymous donor is just a ghost he will insure the success eif the project, because every yes voter will be eommitt< (I to contribute toward the building. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will lave on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue. 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%  B Mg MMMM XKrjfaHaEfe&iSS^ DAY, AUGUST 2, 1946 ^JewistrhridHam ygitu £p£xrfcmq, eek Dr and Mrs. Barney Jle' 1245 Euclid ave.. re| recently from their vawh ichtook them to Bosl NeW York and Canada... r and Mrs. Win. D. Singer leave today to visit their iers, Dotty and Marlene. are at a camp in Maine. will be awcjy several Mr. und Mrs. Nat i*rq, 1285 S. W. 19th ter.. Ithis week for their vacation. |y will stop first in SavanGa and will proceed to York. While there, they 'see their daughter. Charwho is at camp in New „ and Mrs. Nat Zalka and ohter, Mildred, will spend a in Hendersonville. The s younger daughter, jfa, returned this week from bit in New York Mrs. us Scheinberg, 2256 S. W. i ter., is visiting her former |e in Hartford, Conn. She [return about October 1 and Mrs M. S. Rubin, Flamingo dr. will leave Imonth to visit their children arsdale, N. Y., and spend time in the Berkshire nlains. They will be away months Mrs. Mary nan is visiting with her in Chicago and will ... Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannen returned from a two month vacation in Philadelphia, New York and Washington with their daughter, Carole, who will return to the University of Miami in the fall. Mrs. Bell Peyser and daughter, Sandra, are visiting with the Tannens, her parents, from Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Weinkle and Jerome Weinkle are in Houston, Texas Mr. and Mrs. A. Seidler are flying to Estes Park, Colo., to attend the board meeting of the National Electronic Distributors association the tenth of August. They will be away two weeks Miss Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tanenbaum. 2103 S. W. 11th ter., returned to Miami this week after visiting in California Mr. and Mrs. George A. Diamond and their children, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Miller and son, Harvey, will leave this month for San Francisco via the southern route. They will return by the northern route after a three month stay. A farewell party was given for them July 24 by Miss F. Horowitz. Mr. Diamond's son, William J. Diamond, will celebrate his wedding anniversary and birthday tonight at his home, 211 Ahmed, Opa-Locka. Miss Horowitz will leave Monday for Baltimore PAGE THREB New Group Releases Study On Polio As First Project Recognizing the need for seeking out the facts on community problems, a group of local citizens, who profess they "have no professional nor political axes to grind," have organized the Monday Evening club to arouse public opinion on civic problems. Their first project, a 1,500-word paper on "Polio: A Commuthe National hotel auditorium at n T v Res P"sibility," was presented to the Dade County Clean 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. In ,•; Up council this week. the affair, which is expected to Prepared by laymen after careful research, the paper con!. A a i t u 40 ^ pro : spi (l1 "embers, tains an analysis of scientific literature on polio and concludes with the following recommendations: The highlight of the monthIons membership drive of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith will be Si smoker to be held at is Arthur Frishman. Entertainment will be provided by stage and night club stars. ments will be served. Admission to the Tuesday ning smoker will he limited to B'nai B'rith members ai d their guests. Frishman urges that every member bring at least one prospect. "1. The creation of a full-time permanent staff of public health experts to work in Dade county, to work with a long-range view in an attempt to ascertain the circumstances which have given rise to epidemics in this area. "2. To train workers for investigation of all cases; to make Trip To Washington Awaits Prize Debater ed to Texas. She will ay three or four months, are visiting in New York and A trip to Washington to visit the house of representatives is in store for a local high school stuReports of the drive are given luse 5" all" p^VibV"develo"pmente dent !" e trip will be first prize at the weekly lodge luncheons in the area: to investigate all '" a debate contest to be sponsorheld each Tuesday at Al'i Rendezfebrile diseases; to take careful J? if SC S th X" 7 vous restaurant. histories of all contacts made by gf pub, ic tta "f ^mHtee of At the Shelborne hotel yestereach case of polio. I? h le !" ***>£** day afternoon, a cocktail party "3. The creation of a public for the professional men on Mihealth commission, consisting of ami Biach was held by the lodge non-salaried medical and lay with Harold Turk serving as members who would sift the evichairman and as host. Doctors, dence and make advisory decisdentists, lawyers, druggists and ions relative to closing of schools, architects were guests at the afuse of swimming pools, attendfair. George P. Talianoff, Florida ance of children at theatres, playdirector of the Anti Defamation grounds, etc., and organizing proleague of B'nai B'rith, addressed grams of scientific study and prean wl bc ln cnal "R ()f lhc convention." tl '' t Nathan and Sidney HollanT„ ,,, „ ,, der were recently appointed to In the paper, the group points out the conflicting information | cording to John Kroncnfela, chairman. Designed to encourage interest in current events, the contest will be judged by religious, educational and civic leaders. Prizes will j bc awarded to the winning team as well as the best debater. Jerome Weinkle and Ray Naththe gathering. Serving with Turk on the committee were Dr. Donald Michnoff, Dr. Alex Libow, Dr. Joseph Pomreleased to the public during the erantz, Dr. Julius Pearson, Jerry Warren, Walter Kovner, Harold Shapiro, and Melvin Grossman. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weitzman back overseas last week and Mrs. Frank Coret are are expected back the end of M SS Delli S,one has returned ng in Bell. Cclif, with their the week ... Mr. and Mrs. Jacob '^vacationing in New York. n-law and daughter. Dr. Plotkin were among the guests 1 !" er e ndln 2 ,he we dding Mis. Frank Wasserman. !at the farewell party given for £ Thelma Berger to Larry will return to Miami in Cantor and Mrs. Emanuel Bar,* an ? ^spending sevteier Mr. and Mrs. kan recently by their fr/ands raI m nths in Ne w York Mrs. and daughters,!. Mr. and "Mrs. Max Halpern, A nna Ber 9 er ~r* ...;)> 9 io r„..wu ... HA; : of__v have returned Kaplan i and Rita, are spending a 212 Fourth St., Miami Beach, |th at the Cromwell hotel on will leave this week to spend P nd M s Bronis wiI) make lheir M !" ,;,. c ,.. .„._.u...;.v i_.• nome n< iBeach in Morris Cowen two months with relatives led from a business trip Spring Valley. N. Y I Beraer vis,,in 9 in Daytona week which took him to | Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray vis. Reach qo, New York. Providence 1375 S. W. 18th St., left by plane JJg 1 MoHis Weinkle nnd W £2 week J or n extended vafor AUanta Xre^her mother L, V emKle and her cation in Hendersonville, N. C. m JWtt-m-tawaie spending a I. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. #c W £ ende rSOnville • • Weiss and daughter. Rita, re Mr*. Herbert Scher and so>^ Hohauser himl IIMIMJL. ,*-. Stanley and Fredrick, returned to Miami last week after vacaprescnt epidemic. It advocates that "every sanitary precaution possible be taken," including testing of water for pollution by outside impartial experts. At first, the men and women who constitute the Monday Evening club gathered together as a social group. At the time that they organized, the polio situa tion was becoming acute, and being parents, concerned with their children's health, they were worried about the epidemic. The paper is a result of their research. Besides the polio situation, the was here on"a" combined busl f!l ,,up f 1 ? !" ,0 sX f*. a va [ iety ? f Civic matters and stimulate public opir'.on. The members feel and son. Irwin, to Miami. Mr. the public affairs committee. Other events planned by the lodge include a membership dance at the President Madison hotel, Aug. 11 and a meeting Sept. 18 at which George Smatncrs, congress-elect, will be guest speaker. New members will be initiated at the September meeting. tere soon. Miss Barbara and will return next Mrs. Elry Stone left is -eo Hohauser | turned last week Jrom vacation[daughter. Alberta, of 1441 "• Third st„ are spending pauner at their cottage in W. Conn. They will rei Miami about Sept. 1 J Ann Pastroff. of 1856 S. W. i &£ vaca "ning with [children, Mono and Eclat the beach in Milford, •and Mrs. Samuel Konick, 3 S^ W. Third st., are n 9 the summer with their ana daughter-in-law. Mr. |ta. Harry E. Konick, of Haven. Conn. Mrs. Mw Silverstein and daugh|y returned to Miami bunday after visiting ini lg in New York. They are now .,' inn _, ,L Q n„i Q :„k u„.=i „„ tioning in New York and LouisS?ES.? g ville. Ky. Mrs Seller's broththe Beach H. M. Drewich left Sunday to visit his children in Chicago and in Omaha. He will return in October ... Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich and family. that action of this type will be helpful in solving current problems. Herman Wcpman is acting secn tary of the club. The beginning of anger is madnr.-s. the end penitence. ers, Isaac and Dennis Berman, are visiting in Miami and are stopping at the Shelborne hotel, \ New Loca Uon Mrs. Bert Collier has purj J chased a 16-foot yawl and is, i waiting for it to be recondicity and Saratoga fbert Seiden of Miami ft 110 in Philadelphia Habbi Simon April, foroi Miami, is recuperatiH^u %  ma j0r P e 'tion at p !" s hospital in Balti• jJudge and Mrs. Kena Q nd daughter, Bonlate vacat I*"' I Gerald Lewis and -loning i n GuateI three weeks Mr". lanH u i-ewis ana fSnd MrS thp Le A cke "n jtua lhe weekend in Pan (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) 2838 Prairie ave., will begin a 7 !" ?^*^ "? m "?"" motor tour of Florida and the Uoned before she se,£ Southeast on Sunday. At New Orleans they will board a train for Dallas to visit relatives there. They will be away a month Mrs. Louise Gollan of Glasgow, Scotland, has returned home after visiting for a month with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin, of Miami. 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AUGUST^jg^ vJenisfi fkridftan PAGE NINE bble-Rouser Molests Zionist Picketing Here i.. ic r-an. A bic Dortlv man aslcrrl in lumnio >. *-^ i noteOn July 15. repr n Q 'f local Zionist dieted the British con1 Miami to protest Palestine policy hick Ifice in Ijjtain l n the admission of 100.„ jews int the Holy tSS Krio^er Fink *A the pickets and was fm erself. has written /" nns of the day's acftTtollou-inB article | excerpts of Mrs. Fink's Mrs Fink felt fright"embarrassed. But then, l' s he could envision): m0 re Plainly than the surroundings, boys. to the waist, forming L bodies a life-line carw, broken passengers I boat to the safe haven | shore: saw men and tight-lipped and re, ^er police question, L torture; saw Jews, •eiy holding a piece of mg a cardboard sloI busy downtown street iceful American city. ling guns, grenades, pisng not merely ridicule jempt. M lheir venr low that the templa[run away had passed, II could pace the curb ity and pride, how Ml! ... Iblonde man in his thirI the line. I don't know nor where he came ked him if he were Jewjull naive enough to bet Christians will take up with us). Yes, he was 1 right. He'd just been past, didn't know anyut our plans, and decidI in line. Did he reprelorganization? No but he lin what we were deland wanted to do his Inner left the line till f it up. fckets were informed by an to keep dose to the to obstruct foot trafisn't necessary to keep |e said). PICKETS [the other piekiters anting. "Don't answer any iRemember, the responds with us to conduct [decency and order. Rethe Hagar.ah doesn't len under torture, so [a few dirty cracks get • Remember, even some i Jews think this is the tproach. Let's prove to 1 we are capable of dis1 self-control." [spectator, a Christian pfered to give money to European Jews, but Mrs. fed her. A Jewish merN the line. Then a volunteered for an lunch hour. Another thought then A big portly man asked to speak to me. He was the owner of the building, he said, and he wanted us to know that he resented what we were doing. Scott was his name. Furthermore, he said, his tenants resented it. "The British consul has only two little offices here," he said, "and all the other occupants are being penalized. I sympathize with those poor unfortunate peopcople to boycott your property. We re observing regulations. We are creating no disorder. This is part of a nation-wide effort to reach the British government." He refused to listen, he talked me down, his voice began to rise and his earlier suavity and gentility hardened into a bullying harangue "If you peopledo this tomorrow, I'll .'• I interrupted. "We shall leave pie in Europe. But lady, you're I here at five o'clock" going about it the wrong way if you want to help them. I have plenty of Jew friends. I know some very fine Jew people, but you're making more enemies than friends by this business." I tried to explain. "This is no picket of your building, Mr. Scott. Nothing on those placards asks G BY I well as Jews in the not all of the pickets prish.) Wicve that you can J People are from their (watered. "Well." she WuUy, "the French peo(ok French %  town was hot! Even F siding with the Brit1 'he kids Third program in the "Voice of Youth" series being sponsored by the Jewish youth of Greater Miami will take place 8 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Y. The program, in commemoration of Tisha B'Av, will feature a talk by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel and liturgical music by Leon Shiff. Rabbi Zwitman recently returned from overseas, having served as an Army chaplain for three years in the U.S. and the Philippines. As chaplain at Ft. Monmouth he received citations from the commanding general of the Eastern signal corps center. In Leyte and Manila he received commendation from Lt. Gen. Styer, commanding general of the Western Pacific, for his work in the Philippines. Rabbi Zwitzman has been associated with Temple Israel since 1936. He is a graduate of the Jewish Institute of Religion and also holds degrees from New York and Columbia universities. Preceding the talk two films will be shown, "They Live Again" and "Histadruth-Builders of a Nation." The first, with Paul Muni as narrator, deals with the three-year trek of 1,000 Jewish child refugees from Poland through Russia, Persia, Iran and India to refuge and home in Palestine. The second strikingly reveals the part which Histadruth, the Jewish Federation of Labor, has played in the upbuilding of Palestine. Harold George Shapiro, president of Massada, will be chairwere I man of the evening with members of Zionist Youth organizations serving as ushers. These meetings are being held under the auspices of the ADL of B'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith Youth organizations, Bureau of Jewish Education. YM and YWHA's of Miami and Miami Beach and the Zionist Youth commission The public is welcome to these programs. 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