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The Jewish Floridian ( August 16, 1946 )

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^.f^wtSSsSp^S^ffv^' \ewkhJ EhdcBan 7CSWTHE JEWISH UNITY ClAli THE JEWISH WEEKLY .NUMBER 33 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16,l946~ PRICE: TEN CENTS fS Riot Protesting |pmentsJo Cyprus ,, ru (jTA)One Jewish woman was killed and nine wounded in Haiia this week, when British troops aq ainst hundreds of Jewish demonstrators protesttion of 1,300 'illegal" immigrants to Cyprus. The is took place during a curfew imposed in Haifa Ftish while the visaless immigrants were transferred to Lish troopships which took them to Cyprus. (same time, it was reported that two more boats had l Haifa carrying 1,400-visaless immigrants. They are lasriel Joffe and the S.S. 23, named for a group of 23 jjcrved as advance units Q — feh when they march._ L early war. BritlSll Defile Lish National council r, _^ Ll meeting, issued a 1 OIII llS-l P^l Y4'S L campaign of non-co[between the Jews and Lh government Jo belay, "in view of the [British deportation of fefugees." The counn that all Jewish mem(government advisory \ asked to resign and relations between the ptand Jewish municind institutions should to early reports, the [ions began when Jews upon by the resistlement's undi ground out into tinstreets I of the curfew. Police -*et up road blocks %  barricades and attackIs with clubs and guns. Jews injured, three \i to be in a serious i undetermined numi are reported to have *d. |W was lifted after it effect for 13 hours (iedeparture ..f the two 'or Cyprus. High f" Cunningham anpeanwhile, that no refarrived befon Aug. 1 deported. |Aviv municipal coun|proclamation demandrefugees who have Palestine should be jkndand call) I on the f to reverse its policy Jion. Jritish forces, variously | 50.000 to 210.000 ^ncld ready for posTo Retain Mandate ^-Despite freP that Britain is prcf"^ the Palestine Vl, Lm,od Nations ,r? s f r ; fi to go i^f 'ederalization" iZl im Increasingly K n ha th LaK K L nt ntion <* p lts authority over tiSH' t ho officiai KSS whichhM tanM.1 orean of h id that last r et mectinR decided %  rr 1 2. C ircum stan ^s IS date ^ given up K^T" p lan I nt Truman reTEL AVIV (JTA)—British troops uprooted tombstones and uncovered graves in their search for hidden arms during the fourday raids in Tel Aviv two weeks ago, it was disclosed in a report issued by Zvi Pinkas, president of the local burial society. Police searched all hospitals in Tel Aviv on Sunday but the reason for the raids was not announced. A letter received here this week from 30 detainees in Eritrea who escaped in June but were subsequently recaptured, reports that they are imprisoned in a hilltop at Port Abalzira, near Asmara, in Eritrea. They appealed for food and asked that counsel be sent to assist them at their forthcoming trial. Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, the ban against British troops fraternizing with Jews and patronizing Jewish businesses imposed by Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker, British commander in Palestine, following the King David blasting last month, was lifted this week. The curfew which has been in force since the hotel explosion has been lifted. During the 16day curfew hundreds of persons were arrested for violating the ban and many are reported to have been mistreated by British troops. Special precautions have been ordered by British security authorities in Haifa as two refugee ships carrying more than 1,300 Jewish immigrants arrived in the harbor under escort of several destroyers. Beth David Purchases Coral Way Property Property on Coral Way was purchased by the Beth David congregation this week as the site for its new building. President Harry Simons announced yesterday. The new synagogue, which Truman Wants Larger Jewish Palestine Zone President Truman replied Wednesday to the proposed plan for dividing Palestine into four federal provinces, and authoritawill be built when government i tive informants said he suggested a much larger Jewish zone restrictions are relaxed, will be ; which would have more power in controlling its immigration, located between Southwest | The contents of the American president's note to Prime Min26th and 27lh roads and Second ister Clement Attlee were not disclosed. p„rL' rd avenues Based on the principle of division of Palestine, the plan re./i^ H P Ce Zl & 0t "" P rledl Y calls fr: vealed. However, the congrei /-„„• i • i_ > „„ gation recently allocated $75.., ? u n IeWI8 h Z ne f a PP roxunate ly 1.800 square miles (about J00 more miles than proposed in Britain's "federalization" plan). -I III V to Open Health Center 000 to buy a lot. An appeal for funds to construct the new building will be made during the High Holy Days, Simons said. Beth David, Miami Jewry's pioneer synagogue, is now located at 135 N. W. Third ave. Leaders Plain Joint Deniaiiil To 21 Nations PARIS (JTA)—Jewish delegations here will be able to contact commissions of the Peace conference dealing with subjects or issues affecting Jews, under a decision by the conference's procedural committee, it was learned this week. Although the committee did not grant the request of the American Jewish conference, the World Jewish congress and the board of deputies of British Jews that it establish special provisions enabling non-governmental bodies to officially communicate with the 21 nations represented here, Paul Henri Spak, chairman of the procedural committee, announced that the procedure used by the United Nations would be followed by the conference. This will (Continued on Page 4) 2. An American contribution of $300,000,000 to raise the economic, social and educational standards of the Arab states. 3. Wide latitude for the Jews to control immigration within their own section. Attlee called a special meeting of the cabinet to confer on Truman's reply. President Truman told his press conference this week that the question of the Constitution will not enter into American consideration of the British plan for the "federalization" of Palestine as the issue has nothing to do with the Constitution of treaties. Britain on July 31 announced her conditional approval of the British-American experts' plan which proposed establishment of a Jewish zone, an Arab zone, a Jerusalem zone administered by the central government, and a south country one also under central administration. Attlee said the chiefs of the British army, navy, and air force had reported on the tense situation in Palestine, and that the armed forces would continue to take "whatever measures are necessary" to shut off illegal immigration. In Malta, British naval officers confirmed reports of new fleet movements in the Mediterranean. LOS ANGELES (JTA)—The first national medical center under Jewish auspices in the United States will be established at Los Angeles, according to a decision adopted this week by more than 500 delegates attending the national convention here of the Jewish Consumptive Relief association. The plans discussed at the convention provide that the Los Angeles sanatorium, operated by th JCRA, is to be expanded from an institution specializing in tuberculosis patients to a medical center treating all types of disease. The budget for the medical center was set at $7,215,000 to be raised and spent within two years. The new center will contain a hospital equipped and staffed to diagnose and treat the various types of disease in a departmentalized set-up. CONDEMNS LYNCHING McNarncy to Halt Refugee Movement FRANKFURT (JTA)—General Joseph T. McNarney, commander of the U. S. zone in Germany, said this week that he is trying to discourage "organized movements" of Jews "from other areas. The United States zone is not a way-station on the road to Palestine," he added. "I accept those who have been persecuted and give them tern%££*£*& "rights anTprivi" porary haven," Gen. McNarney J> citiMn „ ATLANTA (JTA)—The committee on community relations of the Atlanta Jewish Community council has adopted a resolution condemning the lynching of four Negroes in Walton county, Georgia, it was announced here. The resolution declared: "We believe the time has come for all good citizens of Georgja to recognize that any violation of the sacredness of human life by mob action is a real threat and told a press conference, adding that "I will not accept movements of those who have not been persecuted." He explained that there was a well-organized movement of Jews into U. S.-held sections of Germany and an "organized evacuation of Jews from Poland. Speaking to correspondents in the British zone about the same time, Air Marshal Sir Sholto Douglas, British commander, disclosed that he was tightening border controls in the British zone because of the great influx of refugees. Predicting that displaced persons would cost the United States $80,000,000 a year after UNRRA suspends operations on Dec. 31, Gen. McNarney revealed officially that the Army has already drafted plans to take over operations of the DP camps from UNRRA. U.S. to Probe Fund Appeals LONDON (JTA)—A British Foreign office statement issued this week said that all "illegal" immigrants to Palestine will be sent to Cyprus and elsewhere. The statement said that the British government appreciated the fact that many of the "illegal" immigrants had suffered considerable hardships, and, therefore, all reasonable measures will be taken to safeguard their wellbeing. It declared that continuation of such "illegal" immigration would have a harmful effect on the eventual solution of the Palestine problem. Meanwhile, it was reliably reported that Britain has made representations to the United States government with regard to publication in America of Zionist appeals for money to transport Jewish refugees. It was indicated that U. S. authorities have agreed to look into the matter. A Reuter report said that "there is reason to believe" that most of the funds financing the socalled "illegal" immigration of Jews from Europe to Palestine has come from Zionist groups in the United States. "They have been conducting their appeals quite openly in the columns of American newspapers," the report said, adding that "appeals of this nature are illegal both in Britain and in Palestine, but under U. S. law the money collected in this way apparently has so far been exempt from taxation on the grounds that it was for a charitable purpose." In Washington, the State department said it was investigating the legality of certain Jewish activities here, and that two complaints had been received from Britain. War Possibility Is Topic Arthur Griffith of the Miami Herald will be the principal speaker at the fourth meeting in the Voice of Youth forum series being sponsored by the Jewish youth of Greater Miami on Sunday evening at the Beach Y. His subject will be "Will We Have to Fight Another War?" Mr. Griffith was born in New York but attended school in France until the age of 16, after which he went to Canterbury and Oxford in England. He has been with the Miami Herald for 16 years. Preceding the talk, a recording of excerpts from the more famous speeches of the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt will be heard with a description of his funeral. Following the talk, the film "Peace Builders" will be shown. This is a dramatic documentary story of the events leading to the United Nations organization for international cooperation. Irene Jacobs will be chairman of the evening with the members of the B'nai B'rith A.L.S. and Winx acting as ushers and hostesses. Dancing and refreshments will follow. The organizations sponsoring this series are the Anti-Defamation league of the B'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith Youth organization, Bureau of Jewish Education, the Miami and Beach Y's and the Zionist Youth commission. The public is welcome. 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ssfess.^us&'js.-, PAGE TWO +JewishffcrldTtom I Miss Schindler Chooses Wedding Attendants A formal ceremony and dinner at the National hotel Sunday evening will mark the marriage of Miss Faye Schindler and Daniel Goldhagen. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Attending the bride will bo her Bister, Mrs. Edward Leven, matron of honor; Mrs. Seymour Gladstone and Mrs. Jerry Goldhagen, bridesmatrons, and the Misses Anita Power and Libby Arkin. bridesmaids. Jerry Goldhagen will St rve ahis brother's best man and Seymour Gladstone, George Bernstein. Eugene Somberg and Paul Goldhagen will be ushers. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schindler, 1425 Meridian av<\. was graduated from Miami Si nil r High school and attended the Univi rsity of Miami. Active in community affairs, she was a member of the BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls and is a charter member of the DEHBS chapter of IRVING KOFFLERS TO LIVE IN ST. LOUIS Miss Gi raldine "Gerre" Slepian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Slepian, will become the bride of Irving Koffler of Mobile. Ala.. at a cen mony In t h c Shelborne hotel Sunday at 3 p.m. R a b l> i Colman A. ZwitIIKIII will officiate. A reception will follow the ceremony. Attending tin bride will be Miss Jeanne freehling and Miss Thy 11 is Rosenthal. Louis Leibskind will s e r v e as 11 I man and Myron S t e r m a n and Murray Maisi I are to b< ushers. B'nai B'rith Young Women. Son of the M. D, Goldhagens of A,in ." Miami Beach. Mr. Goldhagen was gradual, d from Miami Beach High and served almos ^/Sanw* m ade this week three with the air corps. He i Emory uniOf the engagement of Mis .MISS SLEPIAN Miss Fiering, W. Rader Wed Today In New York Miss Eila Fiering of Mt. Vernon, NY., will become the bride of William Rader. Miami Beach, in a ceremony to be performed at noon today in the Hotel Ambassador, Mew York City. A cocktail party and dinner will follow the wedding. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fiering, Mt. Vcrnon, Miss Fiering is a senior at Pennsylvania State college and will be graduated next January. Mr. Rader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rader, 1667 Washington ave., recently returned from overseas where he held the rank of first lieutenant. His sister, Dorothy, flew north to be Miss Fiering's maid of honor. Other wedding attendants will be the bride's sister, Grace, and Gilbert Cutler of Forest Hills, who will be best man. After a two week honeymoon at the Lake Tarleton Country Club in Pike, New Hampshire, the couple will reside in Mt. Vernon. FRIDAY AUGUst, now studying at ty in Atlai ta, Ga. Att, r a hoi • in Cuba, the couple will reside in Atlanta vvl ile Mr. Goldhagen continues his studii Allen To Wed Sunday Mi ,.• : Mrs. Samuel Aronstein, %  9 \v. st ave., anni unce the A luncheon honoring the bride, lect was given Tuesday in the Shell room of the Miami Colonial hotel by the Misses Judith Wolpert, Molly Ann Boyell and Enid Silvern. The Misses Freehling and Rosenthal honored Miss Slepian with a surprise tea shower at the Shelborne hotel mi Aug. 7. Eighteen of tin bride's closest friends attended the party. Among the Mis: Slepian was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended the University of Alabama for two years, where she was a member of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. The bridegroom-elect, son of Mi. and Mrs. J. Koffler of Mobile, was graduated from the University of Alabama and is now a senior at George Washington Frank Tobacks Choose Coral Gables Home • eii son, Mort M. guests were Mrs. William Slepian, university in St. Louis, Mo. The n. il : Allen, to Miss Huth Molesky oi th bride's mother; Mrs. Jerome I, New York. The cereFreehling and Mrs. Albert Rosen. | held Sunday'at the thai, the hostesses mothers. Bn klvn Jewish Ci nter. %  r'r'vTkv' r ,f" f K?w Miss Rabinowitz Weds and Mrs. Jack Moleskj ol K.ew Garden I ng Is and, was gradMaurice Orovitz Here ing Valley High il and tl i Ei t< i n school. Mr. Alien is a graduate of Alyoung couple will live there while Mr. Koffler completes his studies for a medical degree. Mrs. Orovitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rabinowitz of New York city, attended the UniMiss Adcle Rabinowitz of New versity of Pennsylvania where York city was married to Maurice she was a member of Sigma Delta bany schools and was recently jM. Orovitz, 1350 Collins ave., Tau sorority. serving four Saturday in the home of Rabbi years in i : e Navy. h mi %  i ninj in I !anthe Alll ns \\ ill reside J Estal C Iman A. Zwitman. Miss Deb The groom, an associate of the by Rabinowitz and her escort, Alfred Destin co., attended the Daniel Cravitt, attended the Universities of Miami and Flor'P le i da prior to serving 36 months as a major in the Army air corps. He is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. The couple will have next week for a wedding trip to New York and Canada. They will reside in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toback, who were married yesterday in Rabbi Max Shapiro's study, are now honeymooning in Cuba. On their return they will make their home at 1310 Douglas rd., Coral Gables. Mrs. Toback is the former Mrs. Rose Kasanof, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dubler of 918 N.W. Second st. The immediate family attended the wedding which was followed by a dinner. The bride, a graduate of Miami Senior High school, was a member of Junior Hadassah and is now an advisor to the DBG chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls. She is also a member of the board of directors of B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge. ACCOUNTANCY REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR FALL SEMESTER CLASSES IN The Thorough. Concentrated College Grade PACE COURSE In Accountancy and Business Administration PEMXM LAR INSTITUTE 223 EAST FLAGLER STREET TELEPHONE 3-1570 SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA 218 Shoreland Bldg. 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AU GUST 16. 1946_ Schedule Full Weekend k'nai B'rith Convention Or. Gardner C Miami Offices PAGE THREE pens readiness for the B'nai B'rith Girls-Bnai B'rith Young too^oft^ !" !"!" im ,hird annual district convenUon which will convene practice ol orthodontic „ i • Ikend at the Betsy Ross hotel Seventy-five girls from Ustry for children at suite 908 9 jutheastern section of the country will be here Congress bldg. Dr. Gardner's post graduate — *— Mrs. Joe Goldstein of *udy includes a year's training U the so feof-tewn guests will be Washingto-. n d Mrs. Edward Weiss, of Washington. ldstein will install the tied officer •" a formal (and dance ;i t the President Madison hotel Monday evening. That night an original musical comedy, written by Miss ;;,:• de Carnovsky, will be presented. E. Albert Pallot and George Bert man, presiHWARTZd e n t s of the S n 01 e m and dgesof B'nai B'rith, and Goldman and Mrs. Tiljithal, presidents of the [and Miami Beach B'nai lemcr.. have bei 1 invited the sessions ind social Harold Turk, of Miami rill be the guest speaker fceon to be held Sunday I hoti I, and Miss 1 will .-peak at the MonUeon at Al's Rendezvous It •ation and a juke box |vc bun plam 1 i for Satight at the ;<•! and a |ig boatride will be on da Sunday afternoon. (


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PAGE FOUR ^Jbi^khJteBfflflP Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141 Entered as Second Cla.. Matter July 4 193ft at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, t, • PublihKi Every Friday Since 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year, $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years, $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NUMBER 33 Miami 18, Florida. Friday. August 16, 1946 AV 19, 5706 PALESTINE TENSION As this issue is going to press, disturbing reports are coming from Palestine that several Jewish refugee ships are crowding the Haifa port and that British naval vessels are standing by and deporting Jews. Since the report comes on 'he heels of a British reguest to European powers to halt "illegal Jewish *Je*1stncrkffan Face Facts By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF Flonda Regional Director, Antl. Defamation League FRIDAY, The situation in Palestine becomes more crucial and a showdown .s imminent. Most timely is the re por1 from Washington that Henry Monsky, chairman of the interim committee of the American Jewish Conference, met with several governmental officiate, including Secretary of War Robert P Patterson, and Attorney Cental Tom C. Clark, this week, urging support of the short-term program of the Anglo-American Inquirv committee, and voicing objections to the Grady committee recommendations. The short-term program of the Anglo-American committee includes (1) the recommendation for the transfer of 100.000 Jews to Palestine immediately, in accordance with President Truimmigration at its source, it follows that the dramaMa**** itself on the waters of the Holy Land evidences British aetermi^^ R quist 2) tnc t ont inuation nation to flout world public opinion and to proceed with an anti(f Lmmigra tion into Palestine, and .. „„„,ho.i rw fh-e I (3) removal of land purchase reJewish policy come hell or lire. sections Hitler looked upon the Jews as stumbling-blocks in his strug| ^ v|(a] rok )( ing p]ayed by r.1for world domination, and he ordered them liquidated. The! R n;|i B rith ., Rroat President Arrangements are now being f,,. .. in u,, gle for wo Id domination in*Near Monsky is in keeping with tra^e too forJtetaiallt dl British politicians who are determined to dominate the Near Monsky hta tog-t^J East, with Palestine replacing Egypt as a military base, CWfgg ^ Insle;id of proving themselves more than apt Hitler pupils. ating Palestinian projects supPalestine Jewry, a small but compactly built community, has [ ported by the Order in over 80 conduced Use.! w„h d*p*y in ft. preventing the United Natries %  The net result is that | <>• especially Russia, from having any say in Palestine affairs in the future. Jewish delegations have little or nothing to do at the Peace Conference National Home. I remember when I was in Chicago in 1924 and spoke before the B'nai B'rith Executive committee on behalf of the Hebrew university. At that time B'nai B'rith established a number of fellowships at the Hebrew university. "But even before that B'nai B'rith had helped support the Haifa Ttchnicum and had foundAUGUST MIAMI BEACH LODGE B'NAI B'RITH NOT] By PAUL WEITZMAN drive total was maugurj It isn't too early to make plans fe w short"!!? n nibe to attend the Swim-Dance to be outlook to mm held by the Miami Beach lodge, • t,', ', U "L. !" m ake I B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening, ,,,. „ I'.I.. V 0( Sv yr Aug. 27, at the Sea Gull cabana. "!']," '5^5? ? Btal at the Beach. Lockers and towels b] ineine in "* will be supplied for those desktionsbytS f 8 "** ing to swim—and who doesn't thai annliJi these hot nights?—and dancing ,,,, ',' a ''J blank for those who trip the light fanHave It hnJ, ffi l tastic and others who just plain Dan Broad-th"" 1 ** %  trip. Franks, hamburgers, sandthe total-tort 1 ^' wiches and soft drinks will be portant th-t P S obtainable at reasonable prices— vnirotnti, a ^ ^i so unobtainable these days. are ready ; Arthur Kahn, chairman of the cd to standI u I f Swim-Dance, announced that ad, 1S j, .,.. ma mission will be 75 cents per per. son-the refreshments you get are Statistics depart^, extra. A water show may also otherwise: HamTv be .arranged to round out a full family leaving t„ %  evening's entertainment. Memsonn bers will receive more details soon, but arrange now to be there when noses are counted. soon. The family Harry will catch up'n b> Plane Harokl! •''< %  lieutenant bombardier with the "i in the southwatl his I" • as he did ini he has been i tin love-bug, and cc will be married tol Nagorsky (a sm 1 n her picture) I ;~id| ternates to attend the convention of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith lodges, being held this year at Tampa, Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2. Members interested and desiring to attend should contact Harry Day, chairman of the conu ,, ',,. lVaceken'okTi vention committee—call him at just : ,. tl mcd from 5-1311, for details and reservat: Guatemak tions. Convention plans provide back, Ken Bertfl for cocktail party, luncheon and returned from a banquet, add good fellowship, mix Cr t ag0 n hjs in B'nai B'rith big-wigs, spice v with that "small smoke-filled l( .,. room" where mysterious plans Dr. and Mrs. L & H are hatched, and you have a comlv n tnc advet bination that is bound to give g U( .. ( i r secon( j you a new taste-delight long to be fn ,..',,. we rejoice wit remembered. N -. :l Hankofi and family • ing ii New Hampshire. Walter Kovner, program chairp. NY.wran, oncoftbei man. is pointing with pride to that B'riths on the Beacfe'l affair held at the National hotel in that i ar review com Aug. 6. Arthur Frishman, chairU. of Miami ...Andi man appointed by Walter for the tell th it the briefcaset smoker, did a good job—smokes, Tali | tot aroundfl food, entertainment, and more contains law business, I than 40 new members signed up he is a member of I that night for B'nai B'rith. bar ... The Turks,! Brother Kovner anticipates that H.U I, gather vacturi the Swim-Dance will be another 1( r dinner and on onej successful affair to the credit of found (l.orge Tali Beach Ben B'riths. Weitzman and your • • • We don't believe J. Aaron Abbott, membership wiv ity library The B'nai B'rith Palestine HouseBuilding fund, the magnificent $100,000 B'nai B'rith—Alfred M. Cohen Colony in Eretz Israel, B'nai B'rith's generous support of Youth Aliyah, its purchase of S25.000 worth of Jewish National And this can be achieved only Fund debenture bonds, and last The situation was different at if speedy action on the part of but not least its invaluable aid in Versailles after World War I. Britain is taken and if the move mobilizing public opinion in when Jewish leaders had to con-'is made before the General AsAmerica, are among the things duct a hard fight to secure nasembly of the United Nations wnich ZjonJKts remember with tional minority rights for Jews |opens at the end of September. gratitude when they think of in the smaller European countries This explains the stand by Prime But no Jewish group is interMinister Attke that Britain will ested any longer in the principle go through with its "federalizaed the National Jewish library, \ chairman, announces that more dan: t pass an which later amalgamated with than 250 new members have whether they SB the Hebrew university library. I Joined the Beach lodge since the hu nds. TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEF when B'nai B'rith.' of national minority rights. As to the principle of human rights, the way was paved a year ago in San Francisco at the first meeting of the United Nations, so that it became an automatic part of all postwar international documents. Some of the important Jewish leaders in the United States are now asking themselves whether their trip to the Peace Conference in Paris was worthwhile. Incidentally, leaders like Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Louis Lipsky and Dr. Nahum Goldmann went to Paris primarily to attend the session of the World Zionist Executive. Their interest in the proceedings of the Peace Conference was of secondary importance. • • THE PALESTINE SCENE Zionist leaders of all factions are extremely nervous concerning what may happen to Palestine betwe/n now and September .. All indications point to the fact Britain is determined this tion plan" even if the United Leaders Plan Demands States does not support it. .1 Under the terms of the mandate, I vern !" e "' jjenit* mer dancer, who saved up nine do noting Ibnisthe-'l* thousand dollars and spent all of since ion ft it to make a film against antiish


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r itTOPCT 16.1MB. *Jmisti noridiat) PAGE FIVE nuMy tip*****? %  A Mrs S. M. MachttTeav^ Thursday lor fc lake N.Y., where they Kffi daughter. Naomi. rfon Labor day. the Kll oHiciate at the wed"*T Stanley H. Pearlstein l/toScS* in Brooklyn. K Te wm attend the nalli convention oi the AmenM Cemetery association in JS. and wUl return with r .1 cent q Former Lr Va., is here "^ ~ ft participate in the Bnai L GuTs convention at the CHo-hotel. She^thesisR Mrs. George Chertkof. I bbTand Mrs. Max Shapiro llamay returned this week 1 le north... Harry Pearl. lo has been vacationmg in L York with relatives and Ids the past two weeks, is acted to return home tomor, evening.M r and Mrs. roa id Sterling and family -ently returned from a 5,500%  e trip to Maine and back. L stopped in New York and feadelphia ... Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hurewitz I last weekend for a month %  cation in Hendersonville 1 and Mrs. Samuel GrundV of 1236 Diexel ave., have rned after vacationing in iw York. ONEYMOONERS RETURN b. and Mrs. I. Perry Botwi^ have returned from a fcnth's wedding trip in Ber[da. They are at their new me, 1037 S. W. 20th ave. Mrs. twinick is the former Roslyn teaman ... Mis. Sidney Stepand daughter, Roberta .me, have returned from a Jcation which took them to Indersonville for six weeks Id to Birmingham, Ala., for Ws Sare Ton Monoy tolllu Trissssrt I TritSifc •• M. r MRI nr. Phone 3-0789 two weeks. The Stepkins recently moved to their new home at 2101 S. W. 21st st. Lorraine Kalhenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kalhenberg, will return to Miami this weekend after a two-month stay I in New York, Connecticut and other northern points. She was a bridesmaid at her cousin's wedding while in New York The Misses Doris Albin and Toby Cooper left by car Sunday for the north. They will stop off at various points along the way and will attend the Brandeis Camp institute in Winterdale, Pa. Hyman Galbut was recently discharged from the Navy and is at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Galbut, of 244 Fifth St., Miami Beach Mrs. Irwin Berry and daughter, Gloria Lee, of 1057 Euclid ave., have returned from a trip through the northern part of Florida. They stopped in Silver Springs and Daytona Beach and on their return visited in West Palm Beach YOUNG VACATIONERS Miss Lila Pearl, 12-year-old dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pearl, is flying home this week after vacationing in Lynbrook, L. I., with the M. Tischler family Miss Rita Jo Quartin arrived home this week from New York, where she has been studying at the Juilliard School of Music. She will complete her work there in the fall. Rita is the daughter of Mrs. Dora Quartin, 1809 S. W. 23rd st. Mr. Morris Klass and his wile, Dr. Erna Klass, and family returned this week from vacationing in the north Mrs. Sam Tanenbaum left this week for New York Mrs. Esther Weiss, 1355 S. W. 19th St., left yesterday for Baltimore. She will be away six weeks. While there she will see her son, Alfred, who is stationed in Panis Island, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie FriedBEACH COUPLE SAY VOWS IN BALTIMORE Dr. Donald M. Michnoff of Miami Beach will leave tomorrow for Baltimore where he will be married to Miss Shirley Levin, also of Miami Beach, on Au. 22, at the Velvedere hotel in Baltimore. A formal dinner will follow the ceremony at the hotel. After honeymooning in New York city and Quebec, Canada, the couple will reside at 7734 Abbott ave., Miami Beach. Attending the couple will be Miss Joy Altman of New York; Miss Betty Ostrov of Akron, Ohio; Herbert Jacobsen of New York, best man; Dr. Roy Float of Jai ksonville, and Major David Drucker of Miami Beach. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levin, 550 W. 50 St., Miami Beach, attended high school in Akron, Ohio, and was graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor of science degree. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau Son of Edward Michnoff, Dr. Michnoff was graduated from Miami Beach High school and from the University of Florida. He studied dentistry at the University of Maryland where he was a member of Alpha Omega, dental fraternity. After serving as a lieutenant in the Navy for three years he opened dental offices at the Beach in March. He is a member of the Miami Beach lodge of B'nai B'rith, American legion, American Veterans committee, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and American Dental association. GOODFRIEND-MELTZ Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goodfriend of Brooklyn, N.Y. announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria, to Jerome Meltz, ron of Mr. and Mrs. David Meltz, 1439 Alton id. After their wedding in Sept mber, the young couple will reside in Miami. The bride groom-elect is president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center Young People's league, and was recently discharged from tin Army after serving two years in the si.uth Pacific Versailles To Be Scene Of Solomon Rites Freehlings Announce Daughter's Betrothal Mr. and Mis. Jerome E. Freehling of 1 l:j 1 S.W. 1!) ter., announce the i ngagement of their daughter, Jeanni Lois, to Myron J. Stcrn-.an, iif Fayette, Ala. A graduate of Miami Senior High schoi I. Miss Freehling was a n ember of the National Honor Society. She has just completed two years at the University of Alabama where she is an officer of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She i also secretary of the campus 'Elementary School council. Mr. sti rman, son of the A. Stermans of Fayette, was a student at the University of AlaI an a befor serving four years in the Army. Date of the wedding will be announced later. The Versailles hotel will be the scene of the wedding of Miss Esther Lynn Liberman and Frank Edward Solomon Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate at the ceremony, which will be followed by a dinner at the hotel for the immediate family. Miss Liberman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Liberman, 1870 S.W. 15 st, will be attended by her sister, Miriam. Max R. Silver will be best man. William Rosenblatt, Samuel Liberman and Henry Spitzer are expected in I from out of town. The bride-elect attended high l school in Akron, Ohio. After atU nding Akron university, she was graduated from the Ohio I State university where she was I a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. She is affiliated with the i AEPhi Alumnae association here. Mr. Solomon attended the Unii versity cf Georgia and was gradj uated from the University of Miami law school. He is a member I of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He served as a captain with the 26 infantry division for four and a half-years and has now opened law offices in Miami. He is the son of Mrs. Claire Solomon and Mr. Morris Solomon. After a wedding trip north, the couple will reside in Miami. ((CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) If THE 0/tujln4k£ m MNNtNC 'S m fc SEAFOOD RESTAURANT t> COCKTAIL LOUNGE J CARYL ROSE TO WED MEDICAL STUDENT Of interest here is the wedding of Miss Caryl Rose to Harold Unger Sunday at the Essex House hotel in New York city. A reception will follow the ceremony at the hotel. After a honeymoon in Canada, the couple will reside in NewYork where Mr. Unger is a medical student at Columbia university. They plan to visit in Miami Beach in December. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Rose of 1400 Lenox ave., and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg, are in New York for the wedding. Mr. Unger is the son of the J. J. Ungers of New York. MIAMI BEACH | HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 606 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT G A N S Metropolitan LIT* Ins. Co. v07 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 8-1414 or 4-9981 DURING CONSULT MY MY '"""****-*,., ,,/'£ t THE FISH WE SERVE TODAY £*gU .;.& SIEPT IN THE OCEAN LAST NIGHT" ""COM. |R*)HM |TM 0Y5T B* COUNT*' rU3 C>iCt* ''* • %  s.iWMAiwirjt. NUN4HM OIWTM • A A f)"... om f>v* tC!' %  ens*'* 5; iiee NOOH %  ir^f ill DINNERS StRVED TILL 12 MIDNIGHT *'J; "Ir-A FOR RESERVATIONS--'9-I244 Cft v N RESTAURANT A T I 0 N A L FOR BREAKFAST LtTNCH DINNER LATE SNACK Delicacies To Take Home Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:00 A.M. CLOSED WEDNESDAY l.~0 S. W. 8th St. D E L I C A T E S S E N Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatments of acute medical, and convalescent cases Especially equipped for care of nervous and mental disorders, druo and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy. Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE. M. D. Medical Director and President 1881 N W. 8. RIVER DRIVE 1M1 Phone. 2.0243-9-1042 Open to Members of Dade County Medical Assn. VENETIAN BLINDS "A Product of Craftsmen" We are now prepared to offer prompt service on blinds, both new and re-conditioned. Why not place your order today? Have Your Old VENETIAN BLINDS RE-PAINTED New Tape New Cord with Drapery Cornices DON'T WAIT! W. I. FEUER, REALTOR ON ANY REAL ESTATE PROBLEM LEO EISENSTEIN. REALTOR 309 LINCOLN ROAD ABSENCE ASSOCIATE PHONE 5-6479 ; C i "** f 4< On r* tfP ^ m* 0*9 ** 4* (& EACH account is insured to 55,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. HUSBAND AND WIFE may invest a total of SI5.000 and be fully insured. CHASE FEDERAL savings accounts are legal investments for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardians, Administrators and LxecFUNDS invested on or before the 10th of the month earn as of the 1st of the current month. Resource* Over $10,000,000 1)11 Lincoln Rd. Vi Block East of Alton Chase Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION C L. CLEMENTS, President I, Mi h S it \i I *i v :.:.'.



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I PAGE SIX *Jen 1stncridia£_ I5!PAY, A UGUST] TO OUTLINE PLANS ., • • Winter activities of the Miami chapter of the American Jewish Congress Women's division will be planned at a special meeting to be attended by the board of directors and committee chairmen. The meeting is called for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, 211 S. W. 21 st., Mrs. Joseph Fine, president, announces. Major project to be discussed is the chapter's book review series of which Mrs. Morris W. Weinberg is chairman and Mrs. Stepkin, cochairman. Mrs. I. M. Weinstcin, who will serve as book reviewer for the organization, will confer with the directors at the meeting. Other projects of the organization, which was formed last | To Joseph Schwartz Spring, will also be outlined. MISS AUGUST Beverly August Engaged Budget Review Slated By JSSB Executives A review of the 1946-47 budget of the Jewish Social Service bureau will be made at an executive committee meeting Tuesday evening at the Ackerman Insurance agency, Seybold bldg according to Charles Cohen, executive director. The committee will also start work on estimating its 1947-48 budget which it will submit to the Dade county Community Chest prior to the Chest's Novemli r campaign. The pre-campaign estimate will be used to determine the Chest's s n f *?r. and Mls Harry SchThc engagement of Miss Beverly August to Joseph Schwartz is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael August, 447 S.W. 28 rd. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Senior High school and is now attending the University of Miami. Active in community affairs, she is a past president of the BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls and is a member the DEBBS chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women. Her fiance graduated from New York Military academy, Cornwall-on-the-Hudson, and attended Bryant college, Providence, where he was a member of Delta Sigma Nu fraternity. He is the but will not necessarily constitute the amount JSSB will be all< eated. D. S. Eyster, executive tary of the Chtst, has informed Cohen. The board of JSSB will meet Tuesday evening, Aug. 27, at the Ackerman offices. wartz of Providence, R.I. Wedding plans will be nounced at a later date. an^ S^7 AUGUST BROS RV £ ir'thc BEST *J WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, Restaurant And Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Steam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment COMPLETE ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR LAYOUTS Tires Wearing Smooth? your DIXIE tli check-up. If i actually need re hi* beet to help you when your new RECAPPING Perhapa you can save money by having those tire* with sound side-walls recapped with a cleancut tread that will give you thousands of mllee of SAFE driving. DIXirTlREfC •^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH • M27 V. Miami Ave. S539 N. W. 17th Ave. 101 8. W. First Street SM ^ TO \3 845 Fifth Street I'lione 5-5*69 1840 Alton Road Phone 3-9724 electrical -Appliances for the Home BEACHyENDS Closing Of the Beach Y home camp Will he marked with a banquet at noon next Friday. The children will participate in a special program at that time, Jack Marash, executive director, reports. Events scheduled for the campers next week are a color day and sing Monday and a mass birthday party later in the week. Everyone^ birthday will be celebrated at the same time, with the campers divided into 12 groups. Representing the months of the year, the groups will present appropriate programs. The campers saw the movie "Pinochio" as the guests of Arthur Schwartz, manager of the Beach theatre. Tuesday. Wednesday they presented their own puppet show and yesterday they masqueraded as animals and put on their own circus. Rev. M. A. Emmanuel Desires Position with Florida Congregation lor High Holy Days. Full Religious Services as Bal Musaph, Bal Korean, Bal T'Kiah. 928 OCEAN DRIVE MIAMI BEACH xw %  babii Paradi Highest Prices Paid For Junk or Wrecked Cars For Badly Needed Parts. Call SCOTT MOTOR & SALVAGE 12320 N.W. 54th St. Ph. 78-2702 UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED FOREVER SPECIAL LIMITED OFFER *"I.OO Per Hr. Consultation Free. Examination of Hair and Skin. 51 N. E. FIFTH STREET PHONE 3-7935 > Accordingto the beat authorities, the minii mum daily A, D and B Complex Vitamin re-i quirementsof the aver-* age person are: \ v ~^W A *J* US P Units 0 X-^C 4*0 USP Units, Bl jS _>*A JJSP Units, B2 ziZ Sf B Complex Vitamins have nol y M k* n este Wished. M1 Many people do not get enoueh nt Why not pUy safe by taking ONE-A-DAY BR *NO 33iifie3 >t your drug Gary Alan was born July 29 to the Manuel Lubels. 2018 S. W. 16th ter. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reckson, 1360 S. W. 14th St., are the parents of a boy, Jeffrey Allen, born July 25 Barry Theodore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hillel Kotzen, 1511 Alton rd., was bom July 21. Kenneth Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Levy, 1426 Collins ave., July 20 Patricia Hope, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Lehr, 5931 N. Bay rd., July 14. Roberta Gail, daughter of the Joe Steinbergs, 4707 N. Bay rd., July 28 Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seigel, 330 Michigan ave., July 30 Barry Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Cohen, 200 Ocean dr., July 2. Iudith Dian e/du^T" Qnd *" %  Julius B*2F ling. 50 S. W. 2 i^l, •••Michael Da ZV*>\ £ W }"* •• July 301 Karen Sne.dauahf/^" Mrs. Uadore Leo 9 F^J Pioneers Since 1914' AWNING CO. 1396 N.W. 36th Street Awning Prices May Increase While we still have a large supply of material, a shortage is indicated, advance. We store unBetter order before prices til needed. PHONE 2-1731 FOLDING CHAIRS fc TABLES FOR RENT LUBY Chevrolet SERVICE • REPAIRS I PAINTING I BODYWORK • WASHING POLISHING i STEAM CLEAN. ING I WHEEL ALIGNING WHEEL BALAN&I ING Comp'etcly Recondition Your Car. Pay for It In Small Monthly Paymenb Thru G.MAC. LUBY CHEVROLET Your Friendly CHevroltt I W. Flagler St. al llih An] PHONE 2-1711 IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI lAIE FEM2IAL w e MIAMI H • I T M I A S T Mill A*!" 1 Advantages of a Dade Federal Mortgage Consult US on Financing or Refinancing Your Home # Long Time To Pa? Long term monthly W I ments automatically pT off Mortgages without P financing and withu< a | strain on income. # Prompt Service Immediate attention gij to all customers. Be"? 0 Miami institution, all P I lems can be solved b* by Dade Federal W I Committee. • Low Rates Reasonable Interest charges on unpaid balances. # Easy Payments Payments, including interest and principal, need be no more than present monthly rental, and in many cases are less than present monthly rental. Payments can include taxes, insurance, etc. • A Home Institution Personalised handling of your loans DJ local people interested in local progress and familiar with local conditions. RESOURCES OVER $15,000,000 Joseph M. Upton. President



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+ Je*istFlcridlfofi PAGE SEVEN \l\ Natalee Sutton Chooses September Wedding Date The first of September has been chosen by Miss Natalee Sutton as the date for her marriage to Lester Margolis. Announcement of their engagement is made this •ruction ol ^ A 'P na ,£ week by her parents, Mr. and Phi sorority hOUM oni i Mnj G Sutton i 056 Euclid ave University of MFP BETSY BARNETT WALTER C. KOVNER, Attornej for Applicants, till.") Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fia. B 16-M-JO a/6-13 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business undei the fictitious name of PICCIOLO'S ITALIAN AMERICAN RESTAURANT, at 136 Collins Avenue, i '>•" %  Miami Beach. Florida. intends to reg' later .-aid name with the Clerk ol tt-nonaa. Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GUY I. ACCOLLA MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorneys lor Applicant. 8 :'-:'-lB-23-30 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE is hereby given that Henrj I Si.uner. holder as assignee of City ol Miami Tax Certificate Numbered 1634, dated the 5th day of June. A.O. 1944, has filed said Certificate iii m> office, and lias made application foi lax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Saul Certificate embraces the following described property, situated in Lade County, Florida, to-wil : Lot 12 mock s. West End Park Amended, I'lat Booh 6, page 142, in the City of Miami, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment "f said property under the Certificate issued was in thj name "f Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 18th day of September, A D. 1946 Dated this 13th da) of August, A.D 1946. (Circuit Court Seall E, 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Lade County, Florida. B] N C STERRETT, D.O, 8/16-23-30 9,6-13 NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name vl DANNY'S, at 374-76 N. W. 5th St.. Miami, Ma., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DANIEL KALLIN. Sole Owner. S/16-23-30 9/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 173S7 In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or alther of you, may have against the ..state of HARRY CLOTT, deceased, late of Miami Beach, Lade County, %  loilda, to the Hon. W. F. IHjTNTON. taunt* Judge of Dade County, and ile the same In his office in the bounty Courthouse in Lade County. (florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to •onialn the legal address of the claimtnt and Vi be sworn to and presented is aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate lot. LENA CLOTT. As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY CLiTT, Deceased. First publication on August 10th, 1946. BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Administratrix. 16-23-80 9/6-13 %  OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I underMgiied. desiring to engage in Inns under the fli tltious name of PPICAL 11 LASS AND MIRROR I'ANY. at ..'-'. N. W. Seventh |Ne, Miami, l la. intend to regr said name with the Clerk of the bit Court uf Dade County. Florida. MORRIS M U;GER OTTO FEI.DMAN IRV1.NU M'-siioWITZ TIUXILL J. KLEIN. Illorney for Appl %  ant. -30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name Ol ltl-STIN IMPORTING COMPANY (not inc.), at 1S4 N. E. 7'Jth St. Miami. Fia.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida FRANCES BROWN. Sole Owner. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Petitioner. S/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE is UEKEUl GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name Ol TROPICAL HANDBAG COMPANY, at Miami. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Honda. ALFRED JACOBS, Sole owner. 7/26 s/J-0-M-M NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In business under Ihe fictitious name ol EDITH ROYCE. at inn Andalusia Avenue, Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol ult conn of Dade County, EDITH I. MAY. Sole owner. MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant, 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 "NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engagi business under the fictitious name ol ACME EXTERMINATING QO. (not Inc.), at 8067 Mar) Street, Coconut Grove, Miami, intends to register said na with the Clerk of the Circuit Couit of Lade Counts. Florida TH EODO RE II. ROBINSON, | ISAAC JOFFE. An -i for Applicant, lolu Blscayne Building, Miami. Florida. 8/9-16-13-30 9/6 fictitious name of ousiiicfa „iii' •• %  • %  ,;. :;7,. i ,,-v NATIONAL CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, at 4J6 S. W. ?th St.. Miami. THE AND IT.' iRlDA. ITHE CIRCl'l i COURT OF THE 1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND R BADE % %  IUNTY, FLORIDACHANCERY No 102578 ORDER OF PUBLICATION I A. BLACK. Plaintiff, J'iV E BUCK, Defi ndant. F WATE (IK FLORIDA: JURY I: I::.\,-K '• Av< nut i: LCkymont, 11 ire, ,"" a! '' hereto notified and ordered I" the Bill of Complaint for o-.i ill the above1? ,' u "' i before the 7th day %  '46 otherwise the al",' %  l lllll of Complaint taken aronfessed against Ordei bi published once a F w four consecutive weeks in %  k'.'i' V Floridian, a newspaper ln'-tM.'", %  "'• l '"unty, Florida. • ]..,',' ""' l,n ,la >' ot August. K II I.KM'HKRMAN. t lerk ol the Circuit Court. WM w STOCKING, ^ SILVER Deputy Clerk. || llff, Phnil. F. | %  I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1IT1I JUDICIAL CIRC! I I FOR DALE COUNTY. IN OHANCERY. No. 102407 ORDER OF PUBLICATION SAMUEL G. KAIIN. plaintiff, PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: Phyllis Everett kahn Apartment B. 21 West blth New York. New York Vn are hereby notified and to Y a"n.e R ar to vS Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against JWUln "^gfjjj Street ordered styled cause on or before the of September. 1946: otherwise the ale gallon, of said Hill of Comptelnl.will be taken as confessed against you. lit this Order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks In The Jewish Floridian. a XAdT published In Dade County. Florida Dated: This fith day Florida, intend to register said with the Clerk of the Circuit Louit of Lade County. Florida. GEORGE J7/26 8/2-9-16-23 RACIILIN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fi.i.i.ous name of CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at 301 West Fhurlcr Street, Miami. Florida, and int.. Is to register the said fictitious name i„ the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, JACOB WALLA" B. Sole owner. GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attorney for Applicant. 8 9-18-23-30 9/1 of August. 1946. E. By it B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. H. RICE. Ill Deputy (lerk. SAM SILVER, Solicitor for Plaintiff. Ilnr. Congress Building. Miami, Florida. 8/9-16-23-30 NOTICE 18 HEREBY CHVEN that K ''"' l a BESSIE ADLERBLLM JACK 11. KANi: • SADIE A. KANE ISRAEL BLOTSKY ANN A. SLOTBKY HARRY M. ELLIS RUTH A BLUS Lessees UYERS HEIMAN sV KAPLAN Attorneys for Lessees, s :-D-16-23-30 Ry 'I,U I ', N ;; I 'V luncnro COURT. "Aid-. n.lNiy. FLORIDA. M7l •F HENRY rased, C. GALAlMfSW F T ,NA M L AKE 0TICR DlSC HARGE. fi'.-.i' i* hereby given that I 4 ,"' %  I' l report and pe"rti„f 'K' 1 I'^charge as AdmlnlUOHBn ,"''"" "' "F.NRY C. 2th ,|',' %  '%  'I: and that on '>' to th, ,,"' A W u "i 19 wl "VfcJ lk "' "' ^-"le County. and .,,:''."'^'' of "Id final SSSig of h al '""chHrge as Ad9t^4mmt~ "' Henry C ELEANi >R SAM BILVER, Attorney for Applicants. IKK Congress Bldg. S/16-23-30 9/6-13 ^^^ KALER VOTICF IS HEREBY GIVEN that th^Ki^d n i eslring. ;;s Cng,.g ; ; ; : ; a s-onhtgN. ner HARRY D1ETZ. Attorney for Applicant. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 Thl t&SFi* 1946. W-IALLAOim ]" l/!--u" r Alll "l"lstratrlx. GIVEN that KAY LETTER SERVICE, at M gth Street. In the 'J ,y ', h ;. ^id Cour Uo^..v Wto^lTlr? ROBERT MARKS 17/19-26 8/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name ol SHIRLEY GIFT SHOI'PE at 1425-A Washington Ave.. Miami Leach. Fia.. intend to register said name With tin Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Floiida. WILLIAM A. ROENBERG PAULINE ROSENBERG ISAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicants. 8-9-16-23-30 9/6 To wiloM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to advise that the partnership f Theodore II. Robinson and Hornet L Hough doing business under the name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not inc.) Is dissolved and that the 'aid business will continue to be operated under said fictitious name as aforesaid, individually by the undersigned. THEODORE H. ROBINSON. Dated: Miami. Florida. August 9th, 1946. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney lor Owner, lulu Blscayne Building, Miami. Florida. V9-16-23-30 •; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In luslness under the fictitious name of !LBY MILLS, at 1211 Alton Road. Miami Beach, Intends to register said lame with the Clerk Of the Circuit %  ourt of Lade Count*. Florida. RLTH BLATT HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney for Applicant. N 16-28-10 9/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage m uuslness under the fictitious name of AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at ''•".", Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court %  i Dade County, Florida TED KRUGER JACK MANHOFF t /9-16-23-30 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In i.isincss under the fictitious name of MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS, tt .'il't; 15th Street. Miami Beach, iniend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade County, Florida. JOSEPH II GOLDBERG KATE GOLDBERG HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney for Applicants, 4L'" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. [4/9-16-21-30 9 I IN THE C11U.TIT COIRT OF THE ELEVENTH JCLICIAL CIRCUIT op FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 101395. NOTICE TO APPEAR ANN R. COUiH. Plaintiff. vs. I.oils GOLOB. Defendant. To: LOUIS GOLOB, 137:. Nelson Avenue, Bronx 52. New York: YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to file an appearance is the above soil for divorce on the 12th day of August, 1916, otherwise the allegations f said hill will be taken as confessed by you. This order Is to be published In The Jewish Floridian once each week for lour (4) conseOUtlve weeks. This the 11th day of July. A.D. 1946, E R. LEATHERMAN. By IVM. W. STOCKING. DC. (Circuit Court Seal) AKoNOVITZ, WRINKLE & ARONOVITZ. 71S Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Florida. 7/12-19-26 S/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not Inc ', intend to register the said n.un, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Floiida. HERBERT M. KRISTALL IKYING KELTON BURNETT ItoTH. Attorney for Applicants. 8/2-9-16-23-30 ^^__ DIANA COOPERSMITH. Utorney for Applicant. s/2-9-16-23-30 NoTlCF. the undersigned, but S HEREBY GIVEN that desiring, to engage in BRYAN New Owners S/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flOtltlOtH namjMol CITY HALL GARAGE, at 11W Col11ns Avenue, Miami Beach, hhi.. intends to register said name with UKClerk of the Circuit Court of Dade ''""'">'• "'""MAX GOLDSTEIN HARRY D1ETZ. Attorney for Applicant. Congress Bldg. 7/26 S/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I.ENAS TOURIST CABINS, at Dade County. Florida. Intends to reiristei said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of >>^,^ U t> 4^' K r RlCH FJOR.NDA ANUELIN^SEKERICH. SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicant. 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 16856 Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator nf the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased; and that on the 5th d/iy of September, 1946. I will applv to the Honorable W, P. BLANTON, County ludge of Dade County, Florida, for tpprovnl of said final report and for 'in.il discharge as Administrator of the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased. This 6th day of August. 1946. ARTHUR L. PAYNE. Administrator. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 8/9-16-23-30 NOTICE 18 HEREBY" GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of NATIONAL TRADING OF MIAMI, at 1215 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fia.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAN ENOELRERC. QUENTIN SANDLER MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 MORRIS ORLIN ,-..v 7i\lrT & SIMON, ^ffi Applicants. 8/2-9-16-23-30 MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/19-26 8/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IMPERIAL FOOD CENTER, at 1444 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, Fia.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fia. SHIRLEY FORMAN SAMUEL LAPIN Co-partners. SAMUEL RUBIN. Attorney for Co-partners. 7/26 8/2-9-16-21 • I •: %  i



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PAGE EIGHT *-Jeistfhridliari VeAlonaMy, MpeaJimq, (Continued from Page 5) man and daughter, Joyce, of 7725 Byron ave., are leaving Saturday to vacation in New York state. They will return after Labor day Miss Beverly August, 447 S. W. 28th rd., returned home from Providence, R. I., after a two-month stay. While gagement Providence was announced Sidney Palmer has returned from Atlanta where he received medical treatment Miss Sue Moss returned last week from a three-week vacation to New York state, Washington, D. C, and Baltimore GOINGS AND COMINGS Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Becker and children, Matthew 3,000 At Beach Sign Palestine Petitions Over 3,000 people expressed their opposition to the proposed Hy Haves, B'nai B'rith regional director of New York city, "^j^ of Palestine by signis vacationing at the Versailles p et i t i ons circulated by the hotel with Melvin Silverman i;i ;,. |U: Miami chapters of Junand Marvin Blumbeig of Atjo| Ha( jassah and Masada, Zionist lanta. They are planning a v ulh groups, Monday, trio to Havana this weekend ... The two organizations will hold DrS. G. Schneider, Lincoln rd. B ting 8 p.m. Tuesday at optometiist. leaves this week to the Beach „..— A „ ^ninri Ions tesecrch action on Y to discuss further Palestine question. she was there her enaUend a contact lens research action .... the *g •jP-—| t to Joe Schwartz of j conference in New York city. JIJ• ';taf % %  JJ .J He will later join his wife and Sh^ Conducted at tl'.rc key spots on Miami Beach and the petitions were sent to son who are vacationing in Boston. Mrs. Frank Adler and son, p r( i Truman. The campaign Frank, jr., are visiting Mr. Adler carrii d out a resolution suggested at the KHz Plaza hotel where by the chapters' national headhe is managing director Arnold Sussman leaves for Houston, Texas, this week to be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Battelstein and quarters and adopted at a meetin.: held last week at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straat( n, 1220 Ocean dr. in Cooper served as chairman of the campaign. He was asisted by Dorothy Sussman, Harold Shapiro and Stanley Wallman. noted was one "ol great contempt against the injustices ol the British against the Jewish people in Palestine." Beach Lodge To End Drive With Swim-Dance and Ita Myra, are back from i daughter, Rer.ee Stuart a five-week stay in New York Newman arrived in town this and Washington. While in! week after a month vacation Washington, they attended the in Chicago as guest of Mr. and Mi s Schwartz said that the Bar Mitzva of Mrs. Becker's '' Mrs. M. Taradash and daughgeneral reaction nephew, Joseph Henry Kul-1 ter. Roslyn Mr. and Mrs. bach Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal | Sol Goldstrom left yesterday and her son, Robert, returned j for New York where they will to Miami Beach after a five-1 remain until the middle of Sepweek visit to Cleveland, Akron, tember Columbus and Hendersonville. I A son, Neil Craig, was born While in Cleveland she attendto Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ported a B'nai B'rith district grand man at St. Francis hospital on f Vr T'" 7," ,SS h! ^ TU u i • „.„4 (,llil ( a bana dub will climax the lodge advisory meeting ( Aug. 4. The baby s grandL urren1 membership drive of the pGrenls M r. and Mrs. J. Schifl. Miami Beach lodge of B>nai BVJth returned rnday night from on AuR 2 7. Arthur Kahn is the Hendersonville and New York, chairman of the affair. Mrs. Jack Marash and son, With 265 new members already David, will leave Sunday for enrolled during the drive, Jack New York city. Mr. Marash ; Abbott, chairman, hopes to atwill join them in the mountains tain a total of 500 new members of New York state. Before re>" : the drive's termination, turning to Miami Beach they A* •', re f ul r Tu A c ^ a >' B nai will visit in Atlanta and Mr. Bnth luncheon at Al s RendezMaiash will attend the South' vous restaurant President Oeorg. FREE TO OUR READERS! The famous --1-year Hcbrcw-EnpJish Calendar is still yours for the asking. No charge! No restrictions! But please limit yourself to one copy, as paper supplies are •till not unlimited. em Jewish Wellare board coni vention in Chattanooga, Tenn., Ion Sept. 14 and 15 Rabbi end Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum have returned from an extendi ed trip through the midwest a nd Canada m :'-=zz^ / %  %  I The 24-year lh-hrrtc-Vngliih Catemlnr...all llebrnc tlatr,, \92Tt to 1949. All JeirUh holiday* to 1964. For your free cory. Just address • postcard or a letter to: H. J. HEINZ CO. I>cpt J2 Pittsburgh, Pa. Beach Congregation Contributes To JNF In protest again t I' icy in Palestine, meml! of th< Beth Tfili cong! tion d S100 11 th. Jew ish National Fund. Tl • c :.• made follow i ppeal by Rabbi J' seph E. Rackovsky on Tisl a B'Av nil in Rackovskj i that the roof ol the n< builds and that consti m I ill be completed in : Bi rtman appointed J. Harry Day man of the state convention committee. Twenty-four delegates are expected to attend the meeting which will be held in Tan pa over the Labor day weekend. Exclusive : Original ENJOY ENJOY Jewish New Year IN HAVANA ALL JEWISH MEALS (optional) SERVICES IN OLD SPANISH SYNAGOGUE ALL EXPENSE TOUR Personally Conducted By Our Own Representative Via PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS IN HAVANA'S LEADING HOTELS .50 2 DAYS & 1 NIGHT SEPT. 26 27 3 DAYS 2 NIGHTS SEPT. 25 26 27 49 AND UP Tax Excl. COMPLETE SIGHTSEEING TRIPS Limited Parties: Make Your Reservations Immediatelv PHONE — WRITE or VISIT Martin Travel Service 128 23rd STREET (opp. Roney Plaza) PHONE 5-6838 BEACH YOUTH CENTER RECEIVES CHARTER Circuit Judge Stanley S. Milledgi signed a charter establishing th. Miami Beach Youth Center. Inc.. as a full-fledged state chartered organization this week. A check for $500 from the American Legion post 85 was presented to Martin S. Wucher, president of the Center, by Legion Post Commander Edward A. Platkin. Al ut $40 has been paid into tl e center by its officers and di' : s for membership fees at liar per year. According to ter, membirship is orjy but donations or conns may be accepted, k Kimball, president of the • t Street iation, announced rship of his organizaI pledged 100 per cent t. morally and financially I %  m vi-ment. TTLUimi for REIT CONVALfSCEJICI wCMRotocCiiti Sun-RpyPark 'ealth Resort TOP son. 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixtura No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Lanoscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alpar 1813 S. W. 21.1 Terrace Miami Y to Close Camp With Program Although the Miami Y Home Camp will close at the end of next week, youngsters can participate in an all-day supervised recreation program until the opening of public school, Maurice Grossman, executive director, announces. Closing exercises of the camp will be held at the V at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Parents of campers are invited to attend the program which will be patterned after a typical day at camp. Awards will be presented to the best allround campers and to the campers judged best in the various activities. Prizes will also be presented to the winners of the recent color day. No charge will be made for the post camp program which will continue until Sept. 16. Activities for children aged 6 to 14 years will include athletics, dancing, dramatics, arts and crafts, games, programs, hobbies. No lunches will be served. Ben Roth, executive director of the Birmingham (Ala.) Y, was a guest at the home camp Tuesday. Mr. Roth is vacationing at Miami Beach. jftBBfflffa^ Alka-Seltzer Dr. MIU NarWaa i Wl i nl Nr •• ITTMMUUIT. n H..4I metm. Baa4 din*.' that and a aa dlnetad. ggP NERVINE Gat your tally aoota at Vltaaina A and D aa4 BONE •£ DAY V I r .. M I N r A R L C T < Dvora Faber Wedding f or pj cob,, JET ** announced this „JS Parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 3 Bo th are graduat ** Beach High school. The elect attended the !!„, W-onsin. whereX^fl ber of Alpha Epsil or ,Ph "" 'ty. and is now^uei 1 mer sessions at the n.,^ Miami. e Umvet %d Mr Cobbs attended th, J vers.ties of Florida an !" BLarsraaa Ask ior U. S. 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% % %  gS5S5iljfp?w73* a! 3 AUGUST 16. 1946 ^JenistiFhridfmn lian's Article Printed ; on gressional Record __ H 8um mer columnist for the University of flappaP 0 "' of ^e column "Without a Song." rem "EL United States Senator Claude Pepper last lette 1 J^cttor thanked him for his column of July 3 • that it was entered in, the Congressional Record. Rnoaport of Miami, he received his bachelor of ftS and is now a junior in the law school. Aside m lumnist, he is art edtior of the Gator, a member f M shall Bar association, and the university chapter litam Veterans committee. Miami community affairs, he was a charter member • No 322 and is a past president of the Junior for three and a half years. Senator Pepper entered in the foe was in service fis ,he column which onal Record: ML FascistSocialist, jnd similar alien haT been popular denunciation in our iuJ bodies and press. m whose aims are |i,ergent as may outem are shoving each | more extreme belie** qer stands. CAR RAPPAPORT pne favored unionism, excess profits tax ised social security he | Pink, a Socialist or a On the other hand ator asked for governbbsidy to industry, or nion excesses or abuses My branded an imperPascist seeking to en|working class. Both of ds are extreme we bell Senator Pepper has I fierce shellacking, in pblican press in p*r!" m numerous groups cted to (1) hif alliance pniniitration's polidM [OPA, a liberal policy pioni, emphasis on a I international cooperT interdependence, (2) ^ "messing" with in1 Politics and "globe>%  not sufficiently Mention to hi* horn* |J* nd (3) his conftude towards Britain Positive attUude to brought the malaI? 1 "Angelphobo." and r 1 '" Re i." "Pink." ,tc.. %  M. 0 the eight or ten years Panember when Mr. I* a "Warmonger" beIMvanced preparedness. "ffne a "Limey Lover" ,-avored lend-lease to I>fan. How Pepper lrty action time and r e abuse 'ell on his tare for defense and aid for the fascist ridden countries. We recall bow he was then "shellacked" by the isolationist Hearst, McCormick. Patterson, papers, the Wheelers, Nyes and the others whose ignorance and special interests amounted in this writer's opinion, to national sabotage. The Wheelers and the Nyes have fallen to ill-repute and time has shown Senator Pepper was sitting on the right side of the fence and was pointing in the right direction. Mr. Pepper has visited Russia and Europe and in his speech before Congress asked that Russia be treated as fairly as England or the other allies. That "—everybody get out of everybody else's country," was his desire: for Russia to evacuate the Balkans and those territories not designated for occupation by the allies, for England to get out of Greece, Italy, the Dutch East Indies and independent countries of the Middle East, and that the United States leave Brasil. China and Italy. Furtherance of international understanding so as to assure the peace we owe our fallen dead and create a sane policy equal among nations lest we succumb to "Operations Crossroads" is Senator Pepper's plea. This, we assert, is no shrinking of duty to his state or country. IS MIL TRUMAN'S DELAY By BEATRICE HEIMAN (Copyright. 19. Jewish Telegraphic Agency, inc.) WASHINGTON. To Zionist leaders who were looking to the White House last week with great apprehension fulsome indication of President Truman's stand on the British proposal for the "federalization" of Palestine, his statement that he was deferring a decision until he had conferred with the American experts who participated in tin London conference came as a last minute reprieve. From remarks he had made to several congressional delegations which called him prior to his announcement, the Zionists had been led to believe that the President was ready to accept the British plan, with, perhaps, some minor reservations. His decision to delay action, therefore, was doubly welcome, although it constituted a negative rather than a positive victory. However, it is being interpreted as a rebuff to the British. A strong and steady stream of opposition had flowed to Truman's study ever since details of the plan first leaked out of London. The basis of the opposition, official and unofficial, was the bitter feeling that the British were forcing a trade founded on human misery. However, the impressions gained from talks with the President by Senators Mead and Wagner, and by a group of New York congressmen, headed by Representative Celler, indicated that Mr. Truman would accept the plan. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 12) PAGE NINE TO AID FRENCH WOMEN 9 MME. YVONNE PETREMENT (left) attache of the French Consulate General in New York city and former associate of the French Minister oi Prisoners of War and Deportees, wishes bon voyage to Mrs. Gloria H. Wagner prior to her departure last week aboard the S.S. Marino Perch to establish a home for unattached Jewish women in Paris for the National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Wagner is a former Office of War Information radio commentator in Europe. The home will be a part of council's overseas service program, conducted in cooperation with the American Jewish Joint Distribution committee. The organization is presently maintaining a similar home in Athens. Greece. HOLD WEINER ROAST A weiner roast sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary of the Hollywood Jewish Community center was held last Wednesday at the Hallandale Beach shelter. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. 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PAGE TEN vjewlst Rcr/dlM • i BJEHasn't Dropped Building Project %  .. _.i ..„„ n( the i A story titled ''Center Project Has BJE Support," printed in the July 26 edition of The Jewish Floridian, has been attacked by Abraham P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. In a letter to The Floridian, Gannes called the story "premature" and suggested that the letter sent by Mr. Heiman to the Federation be quoted in its entirety "to create the right impression in the community." "At present, the impression seems to be thai we have dropped with finality the project of a library building for the Bureau of Jewish Education. That is not so," Gannes stated. The story described the Bureau's decision to support a community center project of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation rather than build its own quarters. Mention was made of the bureau's preparing to "solicit money for a Jewish education endowment fund to supply scholarships to equip its library." The disputed story also contained this paragraph: "The board decided not to hold a fund-raising drive because of the competition with other drives now being held or contemplated and because of the uncertainty of the exact type of building program it needs." The letter from which the original information was derived was sent by Louis Heiman, president of the bureau, to Muni.Klass. executive director of Federation. It is printed here in full: Mr. Morris Klass, Executive Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 1002 Congress Building, Miami 32, Florida. Dear Morris: A meeting of theboard of directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education was held on Thursday, June* 27, 1346, at which time the question of raising capital funds i furtherance of the aims and purposes of the Bureau of Jewish Education. For example, it i8 the feeling of the bureau that there are many individuals community who would be USS : d 1 ; l \Z wU^ to ma* .UCh endowments discussion took piaci memory of some departed member of their family OT possibly as a living memorial for themselves. Various individuals may be willing to endow a shelf or 'some portion of the library meeting, a with reference to the need oi tin bureau for adequate office space. At these meetings lie following decisions were made: ^ 1. The bureau went on record ^j^" gince a quiet campaign ,„ favor oi a plan tu join with L contemp i a ted, and only selectFederation and othei J. isb comed 1|K jvjciua i s wou ld be solicited, munity agencies on a temporary I ^ bureau went on record in basis in finding joint office sipaci fayor of ca Ty ing on such a campaign for such purpose throughout the year, and to seek the apuntil such time as the building plan.oi the bureau might be better clarified. Therefore, the bureau wishes t advise the Greater Miami Jewish Federation that n is desirious of obtaining more adequate office space, and if Federation and other agencies may be housed togethi i t, mporarily, it meets with the approval of tlie bureau. 2. The bureau went on ri that now is not the opportune tune foi a capital lunds drive for the Bureau of Jewish Education in view of other drives whi( contemplated in the community. and bee,.use of unroll., : !y as to the i xact typo oi program for the bureau in the future. 3. Tin bureau w< nt on n cord in favor of pressing the plans for some type of community center building, which might serve to answer the needs of various Jewish community agencies in Miami. 4. The bureau went on record in favor oi conducting a quiet campaign for the purpose oi soliciting Jewish i duration endowment funds. The purpi .-< %  of the solicitation of such endowment funds would be for the purchase of hooks, pamphlets and other library requirements; and also for scholarships to be awarded by the bureau for worthy hoys and frills Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative Mr. and Mrs. George Black Mehlman, 215 Malvcrne id., announce the birth of a son, Henry Edwin, at Good Samaritan hospital. Aug. 3. Mrs. Mehlman is the former Miriam Ezzes. Mr. Mehlman served as a captain in the adjutant general's department of the Army during the war. • • • Mrs. Pearl H. Id has returned from New York where she visited her sister, Miss Muriel Rosenwald. • Miss Yetta Grecnberg will return to the University of Georgia in the fall. • • • Louis Halpern has entered the veterans' hospital at Miami for observation. Mr. and Mrs, I. uis Schutzer an hark in ti.i city ,>ft> r a visit of several wei ks with their daughter and fan ily in T< xa LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM WW W WWW^WOI C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beech No job too large or too Bmall. Over 50 years in business. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY N. W. Mizell. C. K. Simon, Lawrence S. Faville, Funeral Directors 413 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. MB €M SOUTHERN DAIRIES S*!r la9 „ Pa £ 1 B,ach Cou T. featuring th. Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Productf and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. proval o'f the Federation for such campaign. We would appreciate it if you would bring these requests and decisions to the attention of the executive committee of Federaii u, and that we may hear from you as soon as possible so that the bureau may make its plans accordingly. Very truly yours, LOUIS HEIMAN, President. 13 To Represent Lodge At Tampa Convention Thirteen delegates will represent B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at the state convention in Tampa on Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2. They are Milton Friedman, first vice president of the state federation of lodges, who will be chairman of tin meeting, and William Friedman, Burnett Roth, Maurice D work in, Fred K. Shochet, Harry Schwartz, Nathan Adelman, Eli Hurwitz, Isaac Levin, Max Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller and E. Albert Pallot, president of the lodgi Convening at the Tampa Terrace hotel, the delegates will hear reports and discussions of the past year's activities throughout the state. A number of social events are also planned. The state AZA convention, which Friedman will also supervise, will be held simultaneously at the Hillsborough hotel in Tampa. Debates, oratory contents, luncheons, a hayride and weiner roast, and a banquet and dance will highlight the meet. BUY VICTORY BONDS! p7IO S. W. 12th AV. M1AM1-| L/H. 33431_J YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME' WE OFFKULLT KPKSOT TK MAJORITY OF MBTKM JEWISH man MB Inlvmatan Cladl, Fuinufmd on Jtcqunf SERVING KAMI BEACH I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish IOS. L. PLUMMER Funeral Director Baltimore Club To Hold Charity Excursion First annual charity moonlight excursion will be held by the Baltimore club Wednesday evening aboard the Seminole Queen. The boat will leave from pier six, Bayfront Park, at 8:30 p.m. Arrangements for the affair have been completed by Harry R. Sherman, program and social chairman. Reservations may be made by calling him at 48-3871. Gilbert J. Balkin, associate director of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation league, was guest speaker at the club's meeting Tuesday evening at the Beach Y. Formerly known as the Baltimore Club of Greater Miami, the group has changed its title to the Baltimore Club of Florida. This was necessitated by the admittance of members from areas outside of Greater Miami. FRIDAY, AUGU^ Schemer Manages Team Miami's Mike Schemer was recently named manager of the Richmond Colts of the Piedmont league, a professional baseball team. Schemer, who started the season with the New York Giants, reported to Richmond, Va., several weeks ago and will continue to play first base. Richmond is also a Giant farm. In six years of professional baseball. Schemer has batted under .300 only one time. RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123P Washington Are. Miflmi Beach THOS. M. BURNS. JR. Funeral Director ABE EISENBERG. 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— +Jmlst ffcfgftg PAGE ELEVEN \J,D.C Children's Homes, Rest Centers, Igliipments Aid Jews in Eastern Europe Miami Y To Sponsor Labor Day Social "No labor Labor Day" is the decision of the Miami Y which will use that slogan in planning for its membership social to be held Monday evening, Sept. 2, Dun Rosenthal, activities director, announces. The event, to be held outdoors on the Y grounds, will be a cabaret style affair with free admission, refreshments and entertainment. An orchestra will provide music for dancing. Ben Essen is in charge of the affair. His committee includes Mrs. Harry Gordon, refreshment chairman; Sam Greenstein and Herb Rubin, entertainment chairmen, and Herbert Cole, Max R. Silver, Mrs. Louis Wine, Sam Seitlin, Nat Etkins, Leon Kaplan and Max Jacobskind. Jhtt* firsl pictures of Jewish life EtjUffl Europe! rene oJ the loinl Distribution Committee IOM extensive program* ,n year, I j the wMc range oC assistance ^ork carried OUl by the major Cnerican tfCncy aiding Jewish •vivort owr-oa*. Above, young .„j.h lads enjoying the warm ,j of the sun on the beach of a |.D.C.-supporleil lakeside chil•en's home i" Ktiniania. Above hghl, Jev.i>li funiili- line up outLc J.D.C. office in Budapest, lungarj, where they are applying lor entrance into a rest renter wated b* the J.D.C for mothi and children. Right, Bulgarian Inn receive a shipment of clothb| sent from the United State* i the J.D.C, which receivea it* lands from the United Jewish DISCUSSES PALESTINE "Palestine Disturbances" will be discussed by Harry Simonhoff, chairman, of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency council, at a DUX club breakfast Sunday morning at the Miami Y. Admission is by invitation only. COLLEGE GETS BOOKS A gift of 63 volumes of Judaica has been presented to the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., by the Washington Jewish Book council. Occasion of the presentation was National Jewish Book Week. Lodge To Hear Debate On Palestine Policy Whether an aggressive policy in Palestine is justified will be debated by four Miami attorneys at the September meeting of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith. Jerome Weinkle and Dan Satin will uphold the affirmative while Abe Aronovitz and Elry Stone will discuss, the negative. Audience participation will follow. George Talianoff will be chairman of the debate. Admission to the meeting, which will be held at the Miami Elks' lodge, will be free to members, their wives and guests. OBITUARIES JACOBSON ) \ %  %  % %  i:!2 Main %  %  .1 Saturday \ ulvd, canal at flton irvh Ing is her A Ral Jacobson, a Russia ff lated at the death was • • \ Icea In the ; -lei M lay. iried at Mt. %  coss Saturday In Normandj '•' •"% %  In iv i %  .. an ago 1 %  "-''-. and was a I dealer, P • : •• Mra. Cella I ia!l. The body Wn sent t, i i ladelphla by the I nli %  "•: n, ," K 1 chapel for ser|inu burial. „ RUBIN f: % % %  .' • m s. w. nth 1 %  hospital, folA retired manugVv "• h eame to : Newark N. J. CL, %  Mra. Rose LrTa "'ami Cy RMVH'IJ !'.w'. ,wo ''-'"Kl'ttTa, I nd Mrs. Sam[held \y \ % %  >rk. Services til I,,,"' 1 "', %  '' %  •; 'n >" Gordon „ NEWMAN Beach. Bhe was visiting another son, George U, In Chicago and was staying at the hotel. Mr. and -Mrs Myron Newman left for Chicago Saturday nlKlit with their Kon-ln-law anil daiiKhter, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gladstone, and Mrs. Herman wronker to attend the funeral Monday afternoon. Mrs. Myron Mewman had Just returned from Chicago Saturday morning. Survivors Include two sons and three grandchildren. A great-grandclilhl was born In Chicago last month while Mrs. Newman was there. Mrs. Newman was a board member of the National Home for Jewish Children in Denver. BEATTY Harold Beatty, 7$, of 359 Meridian aw Miami Beach, died Monday at a hospital. A resident "f Miami lU-arh three years, Beatty came from Lawrence, Mass He was a retired merchant He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. M. Ituatty. Services were at fiordnn's chapel Tuesday. Hiliial was in Mount Nebo. UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Abraham Bott will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park cemetery. Rabbi Max Shapiro will offieiate. Arrangements are in charge of Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami Monument company. Friends and relatives are requested to attend. „ FLORIDA POVISION CO | O'tributors "one 2-6141 Aik tor u. R ovt. | n B • No. 1 Ask Your Delicatessen for the Best OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats MIAMIAN ATTENDED HILLMAN FUNERAL • CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE Plus Bottle Deposit ^ SOc 70c PHONE 2-4128 Max Azar, vacationing in New York, attended the funeral of Sidney Hillman, chairman of the CIO Political Action committee, several weeks ago. In a letter to The Floridian, Mr. Azar wrote: "Never will I forget the huge mass of people that crowded around Carnegie hall, and the flowers that filled the hall. Every word spoken by Rabbi Stephen Wise and the leaders of labor and industry sank into everyone's mind and heart as deep as the name and deeds of Sidney Hillman, the man, the leader, and the Jew." Hillman's son-in-law, Irving Lerner, told Mr. Azar that he told Hillman two days before his death that he would have to choose between his health, his life, and his work. Hillman replied, "My son, it will be my unfinished work." SALE OF SEATING HAS COMMENCED FOR High Holy Day Your Complete Department Store With QuaUty Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flakier St., Miami AT Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation WITH SERVICES CONDUCTED IN BOTH BUILDINGS MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE MURRAY GRAUER, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor SCHAAREIZEDEK TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations will be made by phone, but only on personal application when accompanied by cash payment. The Ticket Committee will be on hand to serve you daily at the Synagogue Building, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue, at the following hours: Sunday Mornings—10 o'clock until 12:00 noon Weekday Evenings—8 o'clock until 10 o'clock fcce^rtipjMrf Dclicatessc'n-Appetizers-Meats-Poultry-Wcgetables-Groceries ADLER'S KOSHER MARKET !" S e s. w. tli Avenue Ner BhUi c .,.,,!., PrtrHrinatina Member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation [ Stnct Supervision of Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus. *Jg$g !" g !" IB* nnrrnniVEHY PHONE 4-3926 Ub E D ALL DAY SATURDAY FREE DELIVERY %  I %  ; K I %  m < i ; <<; \ •i 1 %  li li t %  >. %  i' i* %  a I



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PAGE TWELVE *Je*islifk>ridiicin FRIDAY, AUGUST i FPL EXPANSION HERE IS FOURTH MAJOR PROJECT Dave Bosworth, district manager of Florida Power & Light company, announced today the beginning of construction of the fourth major project in his company's $24,000,000 All-Florida Expansion program, a 60,000 horsepower generating station addition to its Miami plant. McGregor Smith, president of the utilities company, said the All-Florida Expansion program already hai placed in operation a new 24,000 horsepower plant at Sarusota; a 56.000 horsepower plant at Wist IJalm Beach is now under construction, as is a 24,000 horsepower addition to the Florida Power & Light companyplant at Sanford. The combined capacity of these new plants is greater than the entire demand on the company's statewide system prior to 1940. In addition to doubling the generating capacity of the present plant, the Miami project will permit further expansion of service in nearby areas, just as the ( x pansion at Sanford, Sarasota and West Palm Beach makes further service possible in those areas. A revolutionary design in the Miami generating plant will take advantage of the lack of extremes in Florida climate. The Turbogenerator, two great boilers and two 25.000.000 gallons-a-day circulating water pumps will be constructed outdoors. These will only their casings as coveringSwitches and other delicate electrical controls will be housed in 1948. It will require a force of ive alterations to accommodate this equipment are now underway. Bosworth said the Miami project is expected to be completed in 148. It will require a force of 250 to 300 men. The project will consume approximately 500,000 man-hours of work and at least 300 carloads of materials. Orders for the PALESTINE: Pioneer 8 and Artit ART IN PALESTINE. Twenty-five yean have pa-M-d ibwe a small group of artist! and ICUlMori organized llieir lir>t exhibition in the Citadrl of Old Jerusalem, and llii> year the Arlil>" and SrulptOrV Association is presenting its 25th annual art -li<> in the Tel Aviv Museum (lop) hi(.Mi|cht inc. the vivid and many-aided cultural life in modern das Palestine. The 150 artist* of different ages, hailing from many rountries and representing all thades and eoneeptions of modern art. who are exhibiting their work, were helped to find new freedom and expression by UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL agencies who resettled them in their new homeland. Left is the oil "Mother and Child*' by David Hendlcr who came to Palestine in 1924 at a pioneer and for five years dug ditches, built sewers and worked with road gangs under the scorching sun. Since 1 <, 2 he has been devoting himself exclusively to art and is slowly forging a place for himsell among the more important young I'ale-tinian arti-ts. Right is a "Sketch in Bronze" by Zeevi Ben Z\i, one of Palestine's outstanding sculptors, whose early occupation as a mason is reflected in his work by the hold angles and broad planes of his strong and forceful heads. His work, widely acclaimed in the art world, is represented in irianv museum* and private collections in Palestine and Europe. The Jewish Agency, with the aid of UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL funds, currently raised by the $100,000,000 campaign of the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL, stimulates activity in the arts by purchasing works for the museum* and by granting prizes to outstanding artists. major equip. ment, such as boilers, turbine | itor and condensors already been placed. Auxiliary equipment is being ordered as specifications are drawn. Manufacturer.haw indicated they expect to be able to make deliveries hedule. When the new generator is placed in service, the boilers which produce the steam to operate it will consume 80,000 gallons of fuel oil a day, or an addition of more than a barge-load to its > present consumption. Already,, the Florida Power & Light company is the South's largest user | of fuel oil for generating purposes. Bosworth said the newest project in his company's $24,000,000 expansion program is the result of load studies conducted over a period of years. These studies point to a continued growth of South Florida, with a steadily increasing number of new farms. homes, businesses and industries, all with need for electrical service. The Miami plant expansion is geared to these future needs. "Our faith in the continued growth of Florida is based not on mere optimism but on factual surveys which convince us that our $24,000,000 expansion is necessary," Bosworth said. Named Art Director Bob Epstein. Miami artist, has been appointed art director of the Sunday magazine section 'Everybody'.Weekly," of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Epsb it who has been associati d with the newspaper's Sunday art staff for he past year and one-half, plans to vac ation here for three weeks FLORIDA PRIEST GIVES RECORD SUM TO UJA ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5Year Guarantee Free Inspection Emphasizing that "no race suffered so much at the hands of Hitler as the Jews of Europe," Rev. Edmond Gelinas, a Catholic Priest of Fort Pierce, Fla., has made a contribution of $1,000 to the nationwide 8100,000,000 campaign of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Nil ds and Palestine, it was announced yesterday at national UJA headquarters in New York. The e,ift made by Rev. Gelinas r pri -i-ntone of the largest contributions made by an individual clergyman to the record drive to e the survival of the 1,400,000 Jews remaining in Europe. A contribution of $5,000 from tin Endicott-Johnson Shoe company and a gift of S4.500 from the III.national Business Machines company were also announced. L TRUMAN'S DELAY (CONTINUED FROM PAOE 9) It came to him recommended by Henry F. Grady and the other two Cabinet committee alternates, Herbert F. Gaston and Goldthwaite H. Dorr. According to Paris reports, Secretary of State Byrnes also yielded to British arguments, as advanced by Prime Minister Attlee. In an attempt to allay fears until Mr. Grady and his associates returned from London and the matter was threshed out. President Truman expressed soothing "hopes thai further discussions will result in decisions which will alleviate the situation of the persecuted Jews in Europe and at the same time contribute to the ultimate solution of the longer-term problem of Palestine." Zionist circles feel that the President, in order to secure agreement on admission to Palestine of the 100,000 Jewish displaced persons, may still accept any plan which includes that provision, unless sufficient pressure is applied. The pros and cons have been weighed by the President with increasing frequency. In one day recently he had three separate conferences on Palestine. The first was with the ten New York congressmen. This session was variously reported as lively, rough and spirited, with the President sympathetic to the need for resettling Jewish refugees, but ascribing the interest of the representativs to political reasons. A meeting with the Cabinet committee followed. Acting Secretary of State Acheson substituting for his absent chief, Mr. Byrnes. Thirdly, the regular Wednesday Cabinet luncheon at the White House was devoted to further discussion of Palestine. On a previous day, three congresswomen, Helen Gahagan Douglas of California, Emily Taft Douglas of Illinois and Chase Going Woodhouse of Connecticut, all Democrats, had seen the President. Hi Senators Mead and Jd ^e house niembers >* ** origi na Kopoa ^, most a year a K o ,„' ** easts the honie E am "* h Louis teams, ha f£;£ by Missouri school 12* >> unique gramma^ not like it bl ca 3 A large number of J equally dislike the ide, ^ Jjon as applied T^' They do not like it ant L i when disguised a* OM3 Hon.federaliza.io,,.^! i.on. especially whe a ^*| answer in the haa, ^ While the 100,000 Jen time in displaced persons ca in the American one in GenL, Amen, an officials have beak preparing plans for their gn ment to Palestine-if and the It is an accepted fact i n y+ ington that the chief obstaclet starting them on their way B | superior stalling ability of, British. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1SW N. W 7th St. Ph. 1-7801 Bast cirefor chronic sick, convaIticant and elderly people SANEL BEER, M. D., Director Reasonable Prlcaa %  miaiLarga Beautiful Qroundlam I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 4 And Be Sun It"i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Deliver/ Visit Our Fans it 6200 N. W. 32nd Stint GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave., Miami Beach Emanon Club To Picnic At Matheson Hammock TRULY ROLEN, PreiKtmt Matheson Hammock will be the %  •' a midsummer picnic to be held by the Emanon club all S .i day, Gi orge Siegel, president, announced today. Transportation will be providm the Miami Y at 10:30 a.m. Sam Greenstein, social chairman m charg. of the arrangements. A special board meeting to discuss the club's forthcoming bazaar will be held Wednesday evening at the Y. Robbl Joseph E. RackorskY 120 I. W. 5th It Phene |.74N 3-5O00 MIAMI W. nOMSA


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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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7CSWTHE JEWISH UNITY
ClAli
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.NUMBER
33
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16,l946~
PRICE: TEN CENTS
fS Riot Protesting
|pmentsJo Cyprus
,, ru (jTA)- One Jewish woman was killed and nine
wounded in Haiia this week, when British troops
. aqainst hundreds of Jewish demonstrators protest-
tion of 1,300 'illegal" immigrants to Cyprus. The
is took place during a curfew imposed in Haifa
Ftish while the visaless immigrants were transferred to
Lish troopships which took them to Cyprus.
(same time, it was reported that two more boats had
l Haifa carrying 1,400-visaless immigrants. They are
lasriel Joffe and the S.S. 23, named for a group of 23
jjcrved as advance units q---------------------------------------------
feh when they march- ._ _
L early war. BritlSll Defile
Lish National council r-, _^
Ll meeting, issued a 1 OIII llS-l P^l Y4'S
L campaign of non-co-
[between the Jews and
Lh government Jo be-
lay, "in view of the
[British deportation of
fefugees." The coun-
n that all Jewish mem-
(government advisory
\ asked to resign and
relations between the
ptand Jewish munici-
nd institutions should
! to early reports, the
[ions began when Jews
, upon by the resist-
lement's undi ground
' out into tin- streets
I of the curfew. Police
-*et up road blocks
barricades and attack-
Is with clubs and guns.
Jews injured, three
\i to be in a serious
i undetermined num-
i are reported to have
*d.
|W was lifted after it
effect for 13 hours
(iedeparture ..f the two
'or Cyprus. High
f" Cunningham an-
peanwhile, that no ref-
arrived befon Aug.
1 deported.
|Aviv municipal coun-
|proclamation demand-
refugees who have
Palestine should be
jkndand call) I on the
f to reverse its policy
Jion.
Jritish forces, variously
| 50.000 to 210.000
^ncld ready for pos-
To Retain
Mandate
^-Despite fre-
Pthat Britain is prc-
f"^ the Palestine
Vl,Lm,od Nations
,r?sfr;fi- to go
i^f 'ederalization"
iZlim! Increasingly
K nha' th" LaK
K 'Lnt"ntion <*
p lts authority over
tiSH'tho officiai
KSSwhichhM
tanM.1 orean of
h *id that last
ret mectinR decided
rr12.Circum-stan^s
ISdate ^ given up
K^T"plan
I nt Truman re-
TEL AVIV (JTA)British
troops uprooted tombstones and
uncovered graves in their search
for hidden arms during the four-
day raids in Tel Aviv two weeks
ago, it was disclosed in a report
issued by Zvi Pinkas, president
of the local burial society.
Police searched all hospitals in
Tel Aviv on Sunday but the rea-
son for the raids was not an-
nounced. A letter received here
this week from 30 detainees in
Eritrea who escaped in June but
were subsequently recaptured,
reports that they are imprisoned
in a hilltop at Port Abalzira, near
Asmara, in Eritrea. They ap-
pealed for food and asked that
counsel be sent to assist them at
their forthcoming trial.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, the
ban against British troops fra-
ternizing with Jews and patroniz-
ing Jewish businesses imposed by
Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker, British
commander in Palestine, follow-
ing the King David blasting last
month, was lifted this week.
The curfew which has been in
force since the hotel explosion
has been lifted. During the 16-
day curfew hundreds of persons
were arrested for violating the
ban and many are reported to
have been mistreated by British
troops.
Special precautions have been
ordered by British security au-
thorities in Haifa as two refugee
ships carrying more than 1,300
Jewish immigrants arrived in the
harbor under escort of several
destroyers.
Beth David Purchases
Coral Way Property
Property on Coral Way was
purchased by the Beth David
congregation this week as the
site for its new building. Presi-
dent Harry Simons announced
yesterday.
The new synagogue, which
Truman Wants Larger
Jewish Palestine Zone
President Truman replied Wednesday to the proposed plan
for dividing Palestine into four federal provinces, and authorita-
will be built when government i tive informants said he suggested a much larger Jewish zone
restrictions are relaxed, will be ; which would have more power in controlling its immigration,
located between Southwest | The contents of the American president's note to Prime Min-
26th and 27lh roads and Second ister Clement Attlee were not disclosed.
prL'rd avenues- Based on the principle of division of Palestine, the plan re-
./i^ h P"Ce Zl& "0t "" PrledlY calls fr:
vealed. However, the congre- i /- i i_ >
gation recently allocated $75.- ., ? u n IeWI8,h Z,ne f aPProxunately 1.800 square
miles (about J00 more miles than proposed in Britain's "federal-
ization" plan).
-I III V to Open
Health Center
000 to buy a lot. An appeal for
funds to construct the new
building will be made during
the High Holy Days, Simons
said.
Beth David, Miami Jewry's
pioneer synagogue, is now lo-
cated at 135 N. W. Third ave.
Leaders Plain
Joint Deniaiiil
To 21 Nations
PARIS (JTA)Jewish delega-
tions here will be able to contact
commissions of the Peace confer-
ence dealing with subjects or is-
sues affecting Jews, under a de-
cision by the conference's pro-
cedural committee, it was learned
this week.
Although the committee did not
grant the request of the American
Jewish conference, the World
Jewish congress and the board of
deputies of British Jews that it
establish special provisions en-
abling non-governmental bodies
to officially communicate with
the 21 nations represented here,
Paul Henri Spak, chairman of the
procedural committee, announced
that the procedure used by the
United Nations would be follow-
ed by the conference. This will
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2. An American contribution
of $300,000,000 to raise the eco-
nomic, social and educational
standards of the Arab states.
3. Wide latitude for the Jews
to control immigration within
their own section.
Attlee called a special meeting
of the cabinet to confer on Tru-
man's reply.
President Truman told his press
conference this week that the
question of the Constitution will
not enter into American consid-
eration of the British plan for the
"federalization" of Palestine as
the issue has nothing to do with
the Constitution of treaties.
Britain on July 31 announced
her conditional approval of the
British-American experts' plan
which proposed establishment of
a Jewish zone, an Arab zone, a
Jerusalem zone administered by
the central government, and a
south country one also under
central administration.
Attlee said the chiefs of the
British army, navy, and air force
had reported on the tense situa-
tion in Palestine, and that the
armed forces would continue to
take "whatever measures are ne-
cessary" to shut off illegal im-
migration.
In Malta, British naval officers
confirmed reports of new fleet
movements in the Mediterranean.
LOS ANGELES (JTA)The
first national medical center un-
der Jewish auspices in the United
States will be established at Los
Angeles, according to a decision
adopted this week by more than
500 delegates attending the na-
tional convention here of the
Jewish Consumptive Relief as-
sociation.
The plans discussed at the con-
vention provide that the Los
Angeles sanatorium, operated by
th JCRA, is to be expanded from
an institution specializing in tu-
berculosis patients to a medical
center treating all types of dis-
ease. The budget for the medical
center was set at $7,215,000 to be
raised and spent within two
years.
The new center will contain a
hospital equipped and staffed to
diagnose and treat the various
types of disease in a department-
alized set-up.
CONDEMNS LYNCHING
McNarncy to Halt
Refugee Movement
FRANKFURT (JTA)General
Joseph T. McNarney, commander
of the U. S. zone in Germany,
said this week that he is trying
to discourage "organized move-
ments" of Jews "from other areas.
The United States zone is not a
way-station on the road to Pales-
tine," he added.
"I accept those who have been
persecuted and give them tern- %**& "rights anTprivi"
porary haven," Gen. McNarney J> citiMn
ATLANTA (JTA)The com-
mittee on community relations
of the Atlanta Jewish Commu-
nity council has adopted a reso-
lution condemning the lynching
of four Negroes in Walton county,
Georgia, it was announced here.
The resolution declared:
"We believe the time has come
for all good citizens of Georgja
to recognize that any violation of
the sacredness of human life by
mob action is a real threat and
told a press conference, adding
that "I will not accept movements
of those who have not been per-
secuted." He explained that there
was a well-organized movement
of Jews into U. S.-held sections
of Germany and an "organized
evacuation of Jews from Poland.
Speaking to correspondents in
the British zone about the same
time, Air Marshal Sir Sholto
Douglas, British commander, dis-
closed that he was tightening
border controls in the British
zone because of the great influx
of refugees.
Predicting that displaced per-
sons would cost the United States
$80,000,000 a year after UNRRA
suspends operations on Dec. 31,
Gen. McNarney revealed offici-
ally that the Army has already
drafted plans to take over opera-
tions of the DP camps from
UNRRA. '
U.S. to Probe
Fund Appeals
LONDON (JTA)A British
Foreign office statement issued
this week said that all "illegal"
immigrants to Palestine will be
sent to Cyprus and elsewhere.
The statement said that the
British government appreciated
the fact that many of the "illegal"
immigrants had suffered consid-
erable hardships, and, therefore,
all reasonable measures will be
taken to safeguard their well-
being. It declared that continua-
tion of such "illegal" immigra-
tion would have a harmful effect
on the eventual solution of the
Palestine problem.
Meanwhile, it was reliably re-
ported that Britain has made rep-
resentations to the United States
government with regard to pub-
lication in America of Zionist ap-
peals for money to transport Jew-
ish refugees. It was indicated
that U. S. authorities have agreed
to look into the matter.
A Reuter report said that "there
is reason to believe" that most
of the funds financing the so-
called "illegal" immigration of
Jews from Europe to Palestine
has come from Zionist groups in
the United States. "They have
been conducting their appeals
quite openly in the columns of
American newspapers," the report
said, adding that "appeals of this
nature are illegal both in Britain
and in Palestine, but under U. S.
law the money collected in this
way apparently has so far been
exempt from taxation on the
grounds that it was for a charit-
able purpose."
In Washington, the State de-
partment said it was investigat-
ing the legality of certain Jewish
activities here, and that two com-
plaints had been received from
Britain.
War Possibility Is Topic
Arthur Griffith of the Miami
Herald will be the principal
speaker at the fourth meeting in
the Voice of Youth forum series
being sponsored by the Jewish
youth of Greater Miami on Sun-
day evening at the Beach Y. His
subject will be "Will We Have to
Fight Another War?"
Mr. Griffith was born in New
York but attended school in
France until the age of 16, after
which he went to Canterbury and
Oxford in England. He has been
with the Miami Herald for 16
years.
Preceding the talk, a recording
of excerpts from the more fa-
mous speeches of the late Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt will be heard
with a description of his funeral.
Following the talk, the film
"Peace Builders" will be shown.
This is a dramatic documentary
story of the events leading to the
United Nations organization for
international cooperation.
Irene Jacobs will be chairman
of the evening with the members
of the B'nai B'rith A.L.S. and
Winx acting as ushers and host-
esses. Dancing and refreshments
will follow.
The organizations sponsoring
this series are the Anti-Defama-
tion league of the B'nai B'rith,
B'nai B'rith Youth organization,
Bureau of Jewish Education, the
Miami and Beach Y's and the
Zionist Youth commission.
The public is welcome.






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Miss Schindler Chooses
Wedding Attendants
A formal ceremony and dinner
at the National hotel Sunday eve-
ning will mark the marriage of
Miss Faye Schindler and Daniel
Goldhagen. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will officiate.
Attending the bride will bo her
Bister, Mrs. Edward Leven, mat-
ron of honor; Mrs. Seymour Glad-
stone and Mrs. Jerry Goldhagen,
bridesmatrons, and the Misses
Anita Power and Libby Arkin.
bridesmaids.
Jerry Goldhagen will St rve a-
his brother's best man and
Seymour Gladstone, George
Bernstein. Eugene Somberg and
Paul Goldhagen will be ushers.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schindler,
1425 Meridian av<\. was graduat-
ed from Miami Si nil r High
school and attended the Uni-
vi rsity of Miami. Active in com-
munity affairs, she was a mem-
ber of the BZB chapter of B'nai
B'rith Girls and is a charter mem-
ber of the DEHBS chapter of
IRVING KOFFLERS TO LIVE IN ST. LOUIS
Miss Gi raldine
"Gerre" Slepian,
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. K.
Slepian, will be-
come the bride
of Irving Koffler
of Mobile. Ala..
at a cen mony In
t h c Shelborne
hotel Sunday at
3 p.m. R a b l> i
Colman A. Zwit-
iikiii will offici-
ate. A reception
will follow the
ceremony.
Attending tin
bride will be
Miss Jeanne
freehling and
Miss Thy 11 is
Rosenthal. Louis
Leibskind will
s e r v e as 11 I
man and Myron
S t e r m a n and
Murray Maisi I
are to b< ushers.
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
Son of the M. D, Goldhagens of A,in."
Miami Beach. Mr. Goldhagen was
gradual, d from Miami Beach
High and served almos ^/Sanw*made this week.
three with the air corps. He i
Emory uni-
Of the engage-
ment of Mis .-
MISS SLEPIAN
Miss Fiering, W. Rader
Wed Today In New York
Miss Eila Fiering of Mt. Ver-
non, NY., will become the bride
of William Rader. Miami Beach,
in a ceremony to be performed at
noon today in the Hotel Ambas-
sador, Mew York City. A cocktail
party and dinner will follow the
wedding.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Fiering, Mt. Vcrnon,
Miss Fiering is a senior at Penn-
sylvania State college and will be
graduated next January.
Mr. Rader, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rader, 1667 Washington
ave., recently returned from over-
seas where he held the rank of
first lieutenant. His sister, Doro-
thy, flew north to be Miss Fier-
ing's maid of honor. Other wed-
ding attendants will be the bride's
sister, Grace, and Gilbert Cutler
of Forest Hills, who will be best
man.
After a two week honeymoon
at the Lake Tarleton Country
Club in Pike, New Hampshire,
the couple will reside in Mt. Ver-
non.
FRIDAY
AUGUst,
now studying at
ty in Atlai ta, Ga.
Att, r a hoi in Cuba,
the couple will reside in Atlanta
vvl ile Mr. Goldhagen continues
his studii
Allen To Wed Sunday
Mi ,. : Mrs. Samuel Aronstein,
9 \v. st ave., anni unce the
A luncheon honoring the bride-
, lect was given Tuesday in the
Shell room of the Miami Colonial
hotel by the Misses Judith Wol-
pert, Molly Ann Boyell and Enid
Silvern.
The Misses Freehling and Ros-
enthal honored Miss Slepian with
a surprise tea shower at the Shel-
borne hotel mi Aug. 7. Eighteen
of tin bride's closest friends at-
tended the party. Among the
Mis: Slepian was graduated
from Miami Senior High school
and attended the University of
Alabama for two years, where
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau sorority.
The bridegroom-elect, son of
Mi. and Mrs. J. Koffler of Mo-
bile, was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Alabama and is now
a senior at George Washington
Frank Tobacks Choose
Coral Gables Home
eii son, Mort M. guests were Mrs. William Slepian, university in St. Louis, Mo. The
n. il :
Allen, to Miss Huth Molesky oi th bride's mother; Mrs. Jerome
I, New York. The cere- Freehling and Mrs. Albert Rosen-
. | held Sunday'at the thai, the hostesses mothers.
Bn klvn Jewish Ci nter. ,-------------------------------------------------
r'r'vTkv'r,f"fK?w Miss Rabinowitz Weds
and Mrs. Jack Moleskj ol K.ew _
Garden I ng Is and, was grad- Maurice Orovitz Here
ing Valley High
il and tl i Ei t< i n school.
Mr. Alien is a graduate of Al-
young couple will live there
while Mr. Koffler completes his
studies for a medical degree.
Mrs. Orovitz, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rabinowitz of
New York city, attended the Uni-
Miss Adcle Rabinowitz of New versity of Pennsylvania where
York city was married to Maurice she was a member of Sigma Delta
bany schools and was recently jM. Orovitz, 1350 Collins ave., Tau sorority.
serving four Saturday in the home of Rabbi
years in i: e Navy.
h mi i ninj in I !an-
the Alll ns \\ ill reside
J Estal
C Iman A. Zwitman. Miss Deb The groom, an associate of the
by Rabinowitz and her escort, Alfred Destin co., attended the
Daniel Cravitt, attended the Universities of Miami and Flor-
'Ple' ___ida prior to serving 36 months
as a major in the Army air corps.
He is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
The couple will have next
week for a wedding trip to New
York and Canada. They will re-
side in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toback,
who were married yesterday in
Rabbi Max Shapiro's study, are
now honeymooning in Cuba. On
their return they will make their
home at 1310 Douglas rd., Coral
Gables.
Mrs. Toback is the former Mrs.
Rose Kasanof, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Dubler of 918
N.W. Second st. The immediate
family attended the wedding
which was followed by a dinner.
The bride, a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High school, was a
member of Junior Hadassah and
is now an advisor to the DBG
chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls. She
is also a member of the board of
directors of B'nai B'rith Women
of Sholem lodge.
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AUGUST 16. 1946_
Schedule Full Weekend
k'nai B'rith Convention
Or. Gardner C
Miami Offices
PAGE THREE
pens
readiness for the B'nai B'rith Girls-Bnai B'rith Young too^oft^
im,hird annual district convenUon which will convene practice ol orthodontic i .
Ikend at the Betsy Ross hotel Seventy-five girls from Ustry for children at suite 908 9
jutheastern section of the country will be here Congress bldg.
Dr. Gardner's post graduate
........" Mrs. Joe Goldstein of *udy includes a year's training
U the so
feof-tewn guests will be
Washingto-. ,
nd Mrs. Edward Weiss, of Washington.
ldstein will
install the
tied officer a formal
(and dance ;it the Presi-
dent Madison
hotel Monday
evening. That
night an original
musical comedy,
written by Miss
;;,: de Car-
novsky, will be
presented.
E. Albert Pal-
lot and George
Bert man, presi-
HWARTZd e n t s of the
S n 01 e m and
dgesof B'nai B'rith, and
, Goldman and Mrs. Til-
jithal, presidents of the
[and Miami Beach B'nai
lemcr.. have bei 1 invited
the sessions ind social
Harold Turk, of Miami
rill be the guest speaker
fceon to be held Sunday
I hoti I, and Miss
1 will .-peak at the Mon-
Ueon at Al's Rendezvous
It
ation and a juke box
|vc bun plam 1 i for Sat-
ight at the ; |ig boatride will be on
da Sunday afternoon.
( Sunday morning by
] R S 'of Mi-
fcict president. Elections
tbeld Monday .d'tcrnoon
Ming of the new execu-
tohtee will tak< place on
morning.
pistnet offici e Tobie
. of Miami, first vice
Geraldine Brick, of
|Wi Va., sei 01 ce pres-
Jvian Schaeffer, if Miami
pird vice pres lent; Elea-
of Norfolk. V.i., treas-
Irley Levinson, of Wash-
IC,recording eeretary;
|(; : I :. corrc-
swretary, and Joyce
P. of Washing) in, D. C,
fertrude Carnovsky, di-
BBG work in the dis-
charge of th, conven-
_ Terry F js con.
F'ty chairman.
(Sctfeted
Vllis Schulman, bride
JWKamenoff, was hon
| Im shower by her
76 A'hert Pallot, Tues-
wi in the gardens of
5 tome, 3177 \.K. Sev-
lAbout 35 guests attend-
l^ulman will be mar-
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Akron, Ohio, and Jeffrey I. Ros-
enthal, son of Mrs. Tillie Rosen-
thai,* 717 Jefferson ave., Miami
Beach. The engagement is an-
nounced this week by her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willd-
man, of Akron.
Mr. Rosenthal attended high
school in Columbus, Ohio, and
attended Ohio State university
for two years. He is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
After serving four years with the
Army engineers, he is in business
in Akron.
The bride-elect also attended
Ohio State university.
He recently was resident d
surgeon at Kadlec hospital, I
land, Washington. Th< re he ren-
d< red dental service to the thou-
sands Of workers at the gO\
ment'8 west coast atom
plant where the uranium portion
of the bomb was manufactured
and shipped to assen bly an as.
A graduate of Miami Beach r;a'ks. Pa., he saw service
MISS NAGORSKY TO
BE AUTUMN BRIDE
Iri Beta Fetes Inactives
Several inactive members of
the Tri Beta council of the Mi-
ami Y were honored recently
with a bridge tea in the home of
Miss Faye Zwick, 1655 S.W. 18
St.
Guests included Miss Judy
Wolpert, Wellesley college: Miss
Emily Fiebelman, Stephens Jun-
ior college; and the Misses Tobc
Ritwe and Judy Feinberg, Flor-
ida State College for Women.
High school, Dr. Gardm r receh
ed an associate of arts degree
from the University of Florida
where ho was a member of Phi
B< ta Delta fraternity.
At Emory university School of
Dentistry. Atlanta Southern Den-
tal college, he was awarded the
doctor of dental surgery degn e
While at Emory he was treasurer
of the senior Class and an officer
of Alpha Omega dental frati r-
nity. The fraternity awarded him
its junior scholarship in recogni-
tion of his high scholastic -land-
ing.
A graduate of the medical field
service school at Carlisle Bar-
AZA TO COLLECT FOOD
with
the U s. Army Dental corps at
various station and general hos-
pital throughout the country.
He is licensed to practice den-
tistry in Florida and Illinois and
is a membi r of the Ann
Dental association, Florida State
Dental society, Chicago Dental
society, Illinois State Dental so-
ciety, American Association of
Industrial Dentists, American Le-
mon. B'nai B'rith and the Emory
university Alumni association.
Dr. Gardner and his wife, the
former Esther V. Shochet, re-
cently returned to Miami to make
their home here.
Joining the list of Autumn
brides is Miss Estelle Grace Na-
gorsky, whose engagement to
Harold Bamberg is announced
this week by her mother, Mrs.
Leona Nagorsky, 346 N.W. 19
ave. Mr. Bamberg is the son of
Mrs. Gertrude Bamberg. 825 Al-
ton rd., and the late Norman Bam-
berg.
Daughter of the late Dr. Louis
Nagorsky, the bride-elect attend-
ed Queens college in New York
prior to coming to Florida. She is
now attending the University of
Miami which her fiance also at-
tends.
Mr. Bamberg is a veteran of
the air forces, having served in
the southwest Pacific as a navigu-
tor-bombadicr lieutenant.
Date of the wedding will be
announced later.
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Miami 18, Florida. Friday. August 16, 1946
AV 19, 5706
PALESTINE TENSION
As this issue is going to press, disturbing reports are com-
ing from Palestine that several Jewish refugee ships are crowd-
ing the Haifa port and that British naval vessels are standing
by and deporting Jews. Since the report comes on 'he heels
of a British reguest to European powers to halt "illegal Jewish
*Je*1stncrkffan
Face Facts
By GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Flonda Regional Director, Antl.
Defamation League
FRIDAY,
The situation in Palestine be-
comes more crucial and a show-
down .s imminent. Most timely is
the repor1 from Washington that
Henry Monsky, chairman of the
interim committee of the Amer-
ican Jewish Conference, met with
several governmental officiate, in-
cluding Secretary of War Robert
P Patterson, and Attorney Cen-
tal Tom C. Clark, this week,
urging support of the short-term
program of the Anglo-American
Inquirv committee, and voicing
objections to the Grady commit-
tee recommendations.
The short-term program of the
Anglo-American committee in-
cludes (1) the recommendation
for the transfer of 100.000 Jews
to Palestine immediately, in ac-
cordance with President Tru-
immigration at its source, it follows that the dramaMa****
itself on the waters of the Holy Land evidences British aetermi- ^^ R,quist 2) tnc t.ontinuation
nation to flout world public opinion and to proceed with an anti- (f Lmmigration into Palestine, and
' .. ,- ho.i rw fh-e I (3) removal of land purchase re-
Jewish policy come hell or lire. sections
Hitler looked upon the Jews as stumbling-blocks in his strug- | ^ v|(a] rok ,)(,ing p]ayed by
r.1- for world domination, and he ordered them liquidated. The!R.n;|i B.rith., Rroat President Arrangements are now being f,,. .. in u,,
gle for wo Id domination in*Near Monsky is in keeping with tra- ^e too forJtetaiallt dl
British politicians who are determined to dominate the Near Monsky hta tog-t^J
East, with Palestine replacing Egypt as a military base, CWfgg ^ Insle;id of ,
proving themselves more than apt Hitler pupils. ating Palestinian projects sup-
Palestine Jewry, a small but compactly built community, has [ ported by the Order in over 80
conduced Use.! wh d*p*y in ft. provocations. But patience is not an inexhaustible human ch;ijnn Weizmanni himself a
auality England has declared war against the Jewish people founder-member of B'nai B'rith
o. Europe and Palestine but the voice of Jacob may prove itself *g^*g*2* of B-nai
stronger than the hands of Essau.
. .
Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
$.
American Jewish groups who, I time to settle the status of Pales-
American Jew, b y Jor he m of the B'rith. have played our part
during and aftei the war, were U^ Asscmbly ()f the UN in the development of the Jewish
B'rith and Palestine in an address
delivered in 1941, Dr. Weizman
said: "Only recently I learned
that the very first overseas ap-
peal which B'nai B'rith answered
came from Palestine in 1865 when
Sir Moses Montefiore was raising
funds for Eretz Israel. That,
mind you, was more than 30
years before the first World Zion-
ist Congress.
"Ever since then we of B'nai
B'rith. have played our part
competing for the prize of reprc-
ng the J-wish cause before
the Peaci Conference are now
ing that there was nothing
for which to compete. Very
little can be done at the Paris |
Pi ai e Conference from the point
of view of protecting Jewish I
hts The draft treaties for
next month .
The reason is simple: Britain
is anxious to present the Unit-
ed Nations with a fait ac-
compli with regard to Pales-
tine, just as she did with re-
gard to Transjordan. In this
way the British fear of a col-
UN Trusteeship over
the former enemy countries de- ifctiTe
;ind I Palestinea trusteeship in
which Russia might claim a
finitely secure human rights
fundamental freedoms for all per-
sons "without distinction as to
iae, sex. language or religion"
. They also stipulate that no
discriminatory legislation or re-
strictions can be imposed by the
sharewill be allayed. .
Whatever status Britain may
give to Palestine under the pro-
posed "cantonizalion plan." the
move will be made with a view
governments of any of the* coun-l <> preventing the United Na-
tries The net result is that | <> especially Russia, from
having any say in Palestine af-
fairs in the future. .
Jewish delegations have little or
nothing to do at the Peace Con-
ference .
National Home. I remember when
I was in Chicago in 1924 and
spoke before the B'nai B'rith Exe-
cutive committee on behalf of
the Hebrew university. At that
time B'nai B'rith established a
number of fellowships at the He-
brew university.
"But even before that B'nai
B'rith had helped support the
Haifa Ttchnicum and had found-
AUGUST
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
B'NAI B'RITH NOT]
By PAUL WEITZMAN
drive
total
was
maugurj
It isn't too early to make plans few short"!!? ,n"nibe
to attend the Swim-Dance to be outlook
to
mm
held by the Miami Beach lodge, t,',',U"L., m.ake I
B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening, ,,,. i'.i.. V0(*Svyr
Aug. 27, at the Sea Gull cabana. "!']," '5^5? ?Btal
at the Beach. Lockers and towels b] ineine in "*
will be supplied for those desk- tionsbytS f8"**
ing to swimand who doesn't thai annliJi
these hot nights?and dancing ,,,, ',' *a ''J blank
for those who trip the light fan- Have It hnJ, ffi*l
tastic and others who just plain Dan Broad-th""1 **
trip. Franks, hamburgers, sand- the total-tort1 ^'
wiches and soft drinks will be portant th-t p S
obtainable at reasonable prices vnirotnti, a ^ ^i
so unobtainable these days. are ready ;
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son-the refreshments you get are Statistics depart^,
extra. A water show may also otherwise: HamTv
be .arranged to round out a full family leaving t
evening's entertainment. Mem- sonn.
bers will receive more details
soon, but arrange now to be there
when noses are counted.
soon. The family
Harry will catch up'n
b> Plane Harokl!
' ''< lieutenant .
bombardier with the "i
in the southwatl
his
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' he has been i
tin love-bug, and cc
will be married tol
Nagorsky (a sm
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ternates to attend the convention
of Florida State Federation of
B'nai B'rith lodges, being held
this year at Tampa, Aug. 31, Sept.
1 and 2. Members interested and
desiring to attend should contact
Harry Day, chairman of the con- u,, ',,. lVaceken'okTi
vention committeecall him at just :,.tl,mcd from
5-1311, for details and reserva- t: Guatemak
tions. Convention plans provide back, Ken Bertfl
for cocktail party, luncheon and returned from a
banquet, add good fellowship, mix Cr.t ag0 ,n hjs
in B'nai B'rith big-wigs, spice v
with that "small smoke-filled l(.,.
room" where mysterious plans Dr. and Mrs. L & H
are hatched, and you have a com- lv, n tnc advet
bination that is bound to give gU( ..(ir secon(j
you a new taste-delight long to be 'fn,..',,. we rejoice wit
remembered. N-.:l Hankofi and family
* ing ii New Hampshire.
Walter Kovner, program chair- p. NY.wran, oncoftbei
man. is pointing with pride to that B'riths on the Beacfe'l
affair held at the National hotel in that i ar review com
Aug. 6. Arthur Frishman, chair- U. of Miami ...Andi
man appointed by Walter for the tell th it the briefcaset
smoker, did a good jobsmokes, Tali | tot aroundfl
food, entertainment, and more contains law business, I
than 40 new members signed up he is a member of I
that night for B'nai B'rith. bar ... The Turks,!
Brother Kovner anticipates that h.u I, gather vacturi
the Swim-Dance will be another 1(,r dinner and on onej
successful affair to the credit of found (l.orge Tali
Beach Ben B'riths. Weitzman and your
We don't believe
J. Aaron Abbott, membership wiv
ity library
The B'nai B'rith Palestine House-
Building fund, the magnificent
$100,000 B'nai B'rithAlfred M.
Cohen Colony in Eretz Israel,
B'nai B'rith's generous support of
Youth Aliyah, its purchase of
S25.000 worth of Jewish National
And this can be achieved only Fund debenture bonds, and last
The situation was different at if speedy action on the part of but not least its invaluable aid in
Versailles after World War I. Britain is taken and if the move mobilizing public opinion in
when Jewish leaders had to con-'is made before the General As- America, are among the things
duct a hard fight to secure na- sembly of the United Nations wnich ZjonJKts remember with
tional minority rights for Jews |opens at the end of September. gratitude when they think of
in the smaller European countries This explains the stand by Prime -
But no Jewish group is inter- Minister Attke that Britain will
ested any longer in the principle go through with its "federaliza-
ed the National Jewish library, \ chairman, announces that more dan: t pass an
which later amalgamated with than 250 new members have whether they SB
the Hebrew university library. I Joined the Beach lodge since the hu nds._______
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEF
when
B'nai B'rith.'
of national minority rights. As
to the principle of human rights,
the way was paved a year ago in
San Francisco at the first meet-
ing of the United Nations, so that
it became an automatic part of
all postwar international docu-
ments. Some of the important
Jewish leaders in the United
States are now asking themselves
whether their trip to the Peace
Conference in Paris was worth-
while. Incidentally, leaders
like Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, Louis
Lipsky and Dr. Nahum Goldmann
went to Paris primarily to attend
the session of the World Zionist
Executive. Their interest in the
proceedings of the Peace Confer-
ence was of secondary impor-
tance. .
*
THE PALESTINE SCENE .
Zionist leaders of all factions
are extremely nervous concern-
ing what may happen to Pales-
tine betwe/n now and Septem-
ber .. All indications point to
the fact Britain is determined this
tion plan" even if the United Leaders Plan Demands
States does not support it. .1
Under the terms of the mandate, I there is only one country which give the J'wish delegations the
has to be consulted by Britain '"Rht to approach" official oom-
with regard to any change in the missions.
status of Palestine that is. th.' Ml anwhile, the various Jewish
United States. And it seems representatives are continuing
that this government has been tl'('"' round-table meetings in an
convinced by Britain that it is ''ffort to complete consideration
imperative to take action on Pal- "' their separate proposals early
estine now, before Russia gets a !tms w*ek, When the conferees
foothold in Palestine through an reach an agreement on the text
international trusteeship. I"' the demands to be presented
With Palestine now becoming the 'to tnt' Peace conference, a gen-
center of British military forces <,al assembly of all the members
in the Middle East, it is obvious "f tho Jewish delegations will be
why Britain is so afraid of the \ callpd to approve the joint memo-
possibility of Russia's becoming | landum.
one of the trustees. It certainly
would not serve British interests
to have a Soviet warship anchor-
ed at Haifa, or to have Soviet
military observers in the Negev,
where British military authori-
ties are now setting up headquar-
ters for the Middle East, in or-
ganization for the transfer of all
British troops from Egypt. .
GARVEY ARRIVES
Latest addition to the staff of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is Victor Garvey, who is
serving as professional assistant
(Copyright. 1946, Seven Arts Future Syndic*)
_____________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
THE TIME IS NOW. "children ofIsrael"' (]
We agree with L. H. Birkhead try is inseparable W|
of "The Friends of Democracy" t..ry of America.**
. He is urging Henry Ford, Sr., the notables who
to clear himself completely of his film are Albert
anti-Semitic past. Birkhead Chagall. Mischa I
says that Ford should carry out Fast. Leonard
an intensive campaign in the Schools, trade W
press and radio counteracting the groups could ma e
use of his name by fascist groups Vicki Masson s mm
abroad and in this country. TJ1E insIDE STOBV.j
Birkhead writes ,, L ickes, if
"A campaign of this kind could "drc hlS
easily be carried out by a man of newspaper coiu i
Mr. Ford's means. Further- real story benina
more it should be launched now fl.om Palestine.
while Mr. Ford is alive and can ^ intcrests are
speak for himself. After he is jn Near Eastern!
gone the Ford family can do noth- { jn itsclf u"1
ing to prevent his name from s ickes. how^Ji
being linked with the sinister ra- fmlU.|V says that t
cial and religious passions of our ,tatementj by Presl
time." Yes, THE TIME IS ; n,Caningle
NOW! King of Saudi Arab*J
"OF THESE OUR PEOPLE" oiled with m"j ffjJ
Hats off to Vicki Masson, for- 8>verne"' jjenit*
mer dancer, who saved up nine do noting
Ibnisthe-'l*
thousand dollars and spent all of since ion ft
it to make a film against anti- ish Semitism.
Vick's film, "Of
in community planning. Garvey These Our People," is a survey
came to Miami from New York
where he was working with the
National Refugee service.
lOO.C
at the
gates "'
It is,
of the Jews in America. It is darned- dennjp
a documentary film presenting the Zionist
evidence that the hiatory of the ing in
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a Mrs S. M. Mach-
ttTeav^ Thursday lor
fc lake N.Y., where they
Kffi daughter. Naomi.
rfon Labor day. the
Kll oHiciate at the wed-
"*T Stanley H. Pearlstein
l/toScS* in Brooklyn.
K Te wm attend the na-
lli convention oi the Amen-
MCemetery association in
JS. and wUl return with
r .1 cent q Former
Lr Va., is here "^ ~ -
ft participate in the Bnai
L GuTs convention at the
CHo-hotel. She^thesis-
R Mrs. George Chertkof.
I bbTand Mrs. Max Shapiro
llamay returned this week
1 le north... Harry Pearl.
lo has been vacationmg in
L York with relatives and
Ids the past two weeks, is
acted to return home tomor-
, evening.-Mr and Mrs.
roaid Sterling and family
-ently returned from a 5,500-
e trip to Maine and back.
L stopped in New York and
feadelphia ...
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hurewitz
I last weekend for a month
cation in Hendersonville .
1 and Mrs. Samuel Grund-
V of 1236 Diexel ave., have
rned after vacationing in
iw York.
ONEYMOONERS RETURN
b. and Mrs. I. Perry Botwi-
^ have returned from a
fcnth's wedding trip in Ber-
[da. They are at their new
me, 1037 S. W. 20th ave. Mrs.
twinick is the former Roslyn
teaman ... Mis. Sidney Step-
and daughter, Roberta
.me, have returned from a
Jcation which took them to
Indersonville for six weeks
Id to Birmingham, Ala., for
Ws Sare Ton Monoy
tolllu Trissssrt I TritSifc
m. r mri nr.
_____Phone 3-0789
two weeks. The Stepkins re-
cently moved to their new home
at 2101 S. W. 21st st.
Lorraine Kalhenberg, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kalhen-
berg, will return to Miami this
weekend after a two-month stay I
in New York, Connecticut and
other northern points. She
was a bridesmaid at her cou-
sin's wedding while in New
York The Misses Doris Al-
bin and Toby Cooper left by
car Sunday for the north. They
will stop off at various points
along the way and will attend
the Brandeis Camp institute in
Winterdale, Pa.
Hyman Galbut was recently
discharged from the Navy and
is at home with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Al Galbut, of 244 Fifth
St., Miami Beach Mrs. Ir-
win Berry and daughter, Gloria
Lee, of 1057 Euclid ave., have
returned from a trip through
the northern part of Florida.
They stopped in Silver Springs
and Daytona Beach and on
their return visited in West
Palm Beach .
YOUNG VACATIONERS
Miss Lila Pearl, 12-year-old
dauqhter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Pearl, is flying home this
week after vacationing in Lyn-
brook, L. I., with the M. Tischler
family Miss Rita Jo Quartin
arrived home this week from
New York, where she has been
studying at the Juilliard School
of Music. She will complete
her work there in the fall. Rita
is the daughter of Mrs. Dora
Quartin, 1809 S. W. 23rd st.
Mr. Morris Klass and his
wile, Dr. Erna Klass, and family
returned this week from vaca-
tioning in the north Mrs.
Sam Tanenbaum left this week
for New York Mrs. Esther
Weiss, 1355 S. W. 19th St., left
yesterday for Baltimore. She
will be away six weeks. While
there she will see her son, Al-
fred, who is stationed in Panis
Island, S. C. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fried-
BEACH COUPLE SAY
VOWS IN BALTIMORE
Dr. Donald M. Michnoff of Mi-
ami Beach will leave tomorrow
for Baltimore where he will be
married to Miss Shirley Levin,
also of Miami Beach, on Au. 22,
at the Velvedere hotel in Balti-
more.
A formal dinner will follow
the ceremony at the hotel. After
honeymooning in New York city
and Quebec, Canada, the couple
will reside at 7734 Abbott ave.,
Miami Beach.
Attending the couple will be '
Miss Joy Altman of New York;
Miss Betty Ostrov of Akron, Ohio;
Herbert Jacobsen of New York,
best man; Dr. Roy Float of Jai k-
sonville, and Major David Druck-
er of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Levin, 550
W. 50 St., Miami Beach, attended
high school in Akron, Ohio, and
was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan with a bach-
elor of science degree. She is a
member of Sigma Delta Tau
Son of Edward Michnoff, Dr.
Michnoff was graduated from
Miami Beach High school and
from the University of Florida.
He studied dentistry at the Uni-
versity of Maryland where he
was a member of Alpha Omega,
dental fraternity. After serving
as a lieutenant in the Navy for
three years he opened dental of-
fices at the Beach in March. He is
a member of the Miami Beach
lodge of B'nai B'rith, American
legion, American Veterans com-
mittee, Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce and American Dental
association.
GOODFRIEND-MELTZ
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goodfriend
of Brooklyn, N.Y. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Gloria, to Jerome Meltz, ron of
Mr. and Mrs. David Meltz, 1439
Alton id. After their wedding in
Sept mber, the young couple will
reside in Miami.
The bride groom-elect is presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center Young People's league,
and was recently discharged from
tin Army after serving two years
in the si.uth Pacific
Versailles To Be Scene
Of Solomon Rites
Freehlings Announce
Daughter's Betrothal
Mr. and Mis. Jerome E. Freeh-
ling of 1 l:j 1 S.W. 1!) ter., announce
the i ngagement of their daughter,
Jeanni Lois, to Myron J. Stcr-
n-.an, iif Fayette, Ala.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High schoi I. Miss Freehling was a
n ember of the National Honor
Society. She has just completed
two years at the University of
Alabama where she is an officer
of Sigma Delta Tau sorority. She
i also secretary of the campus
'Elementary School council.
Mr. sti rman, son of the A.
Stermans of Fayette, was a stu-
dent at the University of Ala-
I an a befor serving four years
in the Army.
Date of the wedding will be an-
nounced later.
The Versailles hotel will be the
scene of the wedding of Miss Es-
ther Lynn Liberman and Frank
Edward Solomon Sunday at 4:30
p.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro will of-
ficiate at the ceremony, which
will be followed by a dinner at
the hotel for the immediate
family.
Miss Liberman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Liberman,
1870 S.W. 15 st, will be attended
by her sister, Miriam. Max R. Sil-
ver will be best man. William
Rosenblatt, Samuel Liberman and
Henry Spitzer are expected in
I from out of town.
The bride-elect attended high
l school in Akron, Ohio. After at-
U nding Akron university, she
was graduated from the Ohio
I State university where she was
I a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. She is affiliated with the
i AEPhi Alumnae association here.
Mr. Solomon attended the Uni-
i versity cf Georgia and was grad-
j uated from the University of Mi-
ami law school. He is a member
I of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He
served as a captain with the 26
infantry division for four and a
half-years and has now opened
law offices in Miami. He is the
son of Mrs. Claire Solomon and
Mr. Morris Solomon.
After a wedding trip north, the
' couple will reside in Miami.
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Of interest here is the wedding
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the hotel.
After a honeymoon in Canada,
the couple will reside in New-
York where Mr. Unger is a medi-
cal student at Columbia uni-
versity. They plan to visit in Mi-
ami Beach in December.
The bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Rose of 1400 Len-
ox ave., and her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ginsberg,
are in New York for the wed-
ding. Mr. Unger is the son of the
J. J. Ungers of New York.
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I5!Pay,AUGUST]
TO OUTLINE PLANS
.-
Winter activities of the Miami
chapter of the American Jewish
Congress Women's division will
be planned at a special meeting
to be attended by the board of
directors and committee chair-
men. The meeting is called for 2
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Sidney Stepkin, 211 S. W.
21 st., Mrs. Joseph Fine, presi-
dent, announces.
Major project to be discussed
is the chapter's book review se-
ries of which Mrs. Morris W.
Weinberg is chairman and Mrs.
Stepkin, cochairman. Mrs. I. M.
Weinstcin, who will serve as book
reviewer for the organization,
will confer with the directors at
the meeting.
Other projects of the organiza-
tion, which was formed last | To Joseph Schwartz
Spring, will also be outlined.
MISS AUGUST
Beverly August Engaged
Budget Review Slated
By JSSB Executives
A review of the 1946-47 budget
of the Jewish Social Service
bureau will be made at an exe-
cutive committee meeting Tues-
day evening at the Ackerman In-
surance agency, Seybold bldg ac-
cording to Charles Cohen, execu-
tive director.
The committee will also start
work on estimating its 1947-48
budget which it will submit to
the Dade county Community
Chest prior to the Chest's Novem-
li r campaign.
The pre-campaign estimate will
be used to determine the Chest's s"n "f *?r. and Mls- Harry Sch-
Thc engagement of Miss Bever-
ly August to Joseph Schwartz is
announced today by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael August,
447 S.W. 28 rd.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High school and is
now attending the University of
Miami. Active in community af-
fairs, she is a past president of
the BZB chapter of B'nai B'rith
Girls and is a member the DEBBS
chapter of B'nai B'rith Young
Women.
Her fiance graduated from New
York Military academy, Corn-
wall-on-the-Hudson, and attend-
ed Bryant college, Providence,
where he was a member of Delta
Sigma Nu fraternity. He is the
but will not necessarily con-
stitute the amount JSSB will be
all< eated. D. S. Eyster, executive
tary of the Chtst, has in-
formed Cohen.
The board of JSSB will meet
Tuesday evening, Aug. 27, at the
Ackerman offices.
wartz of Providence, R.I.
Wedding plans will be
nounced at a later date.
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Closing Of the Beach Y home
camp Will he marked with a ban-
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children will participate in a spe-
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Marash, executive director, re-
ports.
Events scheduled for the camp-
ers next week are a color day and
sing Monday and a mass birthday
party later in the week. Every-
one^ birthday will be celebrated
at the same time, with the camp-
ers divided into 12 groups. Rep-
resenting the months of the year,
the groups will present appropri-
ate programs.
The campers saw the movie
"Pinochio" as the guests of Ar-
thur Schwartz, manager of the
Beach theatre. Tuesday. Wednes-
day they presented their own
puppet show and yesterday they
masqueraded as animals and put
on their own circus.
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Barry Theodore, son of Mr. and
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PAGE SEVEN
\l\
Natalee Sutton Chooses
September Wedding Date
The first of September has been
chosen by Miss Natalee Sutton as
the date for her marriage to Les-
ter Margolis. Announcement of
their engagement is made this
ruction ol ^ A'Pna week by her parents, Mr. and
Phi sorority hOUM oni i Mnj G Sutton_ i056 Euclid ave
University of M he aided finannaUy oy Dorothy Margolis of Boston and
320 Collins ave., Miami Beach.
A reception will be held for the
couple at the home of her par-
ents following the wedding cere-
mony which the immediate fam-
ilies will attend.
Miss Sutton attended schools
in Miami Beach. Her fiance at-
tended schools in Miami Beach
and California and served with
the air corps. He spent three
years in the Pacific theatre of
war.
After a honeymoon in New
York and Boston the couple will
reside at Miami Beach.
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AUXILIARY FETES
E
Racial Intolerance Aired
MISS TANENBAUM
the regular
meeting last
association at
hlily luncheon
today.
|iss Tanenbuum recently re-
d from the national conven-
of the sorority at Del Mar,
and mad. a report of the
ions to the local alumnae.
alumnae group, whose
ibership has grown to 55
its organization in May, also
i to aid in the construction
he local chapter house. Con-
,ces are now being held and
announcement of committees will
be made soon, Mrs. Frederick S.
Grossberg, president, announces.
Miss Maxine Fried, an AEPhi
from the University of Toronto
chapter, was a guest at the lunch-
eon. Others present were Mrs.
Jack Courshon, Mrs. Bernard C.
Fuller, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, Mrs.
Jean O. Lehman, Mrs. Sidney
Lewis, Mrs. Sam Elinoff, Miss
Esther Liberman, Miss Edith Co-
hen, Mrs. Harold Stone, Miss
Charlotte Black and Mrs. David
D. Pollack.
Residents of the Jewish Home
for the Aged were feted Sunday
evening by the Miami Women's
auxiliary of the Home. The af-
fair was also a surprise farewell
party for Judge Harold B. Spaet,
Home president, prior to his va-
cation.
Mrs. Louis Heizog, auxiliary
president and a former actress of
the Jewish stage, provided the
entertainment. Dr. Simon Gross-
bein of the New Lots Center,
Brooklyn, was guest speaker.
Refreshments were served fol-
lowing the program. Guests in-
cluded the officers of the Home
and of the Miami Beach Women's
auxiliaries.
Mrs. Herzog announced that
the Miami auxiliary is planning
a series of similar affairs.
LEGAL NOTICES
The Greater Miami Ambijan
committee will sponsor a program
on "Racial Intolerance" tomorrow
evening at the Beach Y. The
views on the racial issues of Paul
Robeson, Josh White and Dr. Max
Yergen will be presented by re-
cordings. A moving picture will
also be shown and the public is
invited to attend.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS 1IKREI3Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to vintage In
business under the fictitious name ol
ROGERS IMPORTERS, at S3 S. .Miami
Avenue, Miami, Fia., Intend to reg-
Istei .-.11 i name with the Clerk of the
i 'ireuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN RUBIN
FAK S. RUBIN
MAX It. SILVER,
Attorney for Petitioners.
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
lOTUK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I :, siring to engage In
Vss under Hi" lntitloilB name of
ijU'XITY CLEANERS, at 1410 S.
5 Street, Miami, Fia., Intend to
Mr wM name with the Clerk of
I Circuit Court ol Dade County,
paw
BENJAMIN BECK
w.m.I.v STEINBERG
R SILVER,
I for Pi titlonera.
1-23-3U 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilV'EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
HARRYS SANDWICH SHOP, at 72
N. W. 5th Street, Miami, Big., intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
KIOrWa- DAVID KEMEI.HAR
SAM B. COHEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON,
Attorney for Applicants.
X/16-2S-3U 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
justness under the fictitious name of
ni.M BAY CO., ai 1124 15th Street,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with tile Clerk of the
Circuit Courl ol Dade County, Florida.
Kl iBERT 1.. TURCHIN
ALE ROBINSON
THEODi IRE l: HANK' >FP
BETSY BARNETT
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Attornej for Applicants,
till.") Lincoln ltd.,
Miami Beach, Fia.
B 16-M-JO a/6-13
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business undei the fictitious name of
PICCIOLO'S ITALIAN AMERICAN
RESTAURANT, at 136 Collins Avenue, i '>"''
Miami Beach. Florida. intends to reg- "
later .-aid name with the Clerk ol tt-- nonaa.
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
GUY I. ACCOLLA
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorneys lor Applicant.
8 :'-:'-lB-23-30
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE is hereby given that Henrj
I Si.uner. holder as assignee of City
ol Miami Tax Certificate Numbered
1634, dated the 5th day of June. A.O.
1944, has filed said Certificate iii m>
office, and lias made application foi
lax deed to issue thereon In accord-
ance with law. Saul Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty, situated in Lade County, Florida,
to-wil :
Lot 12 mock s. West End Park
Amended, I'lat Booh 6, page 142, in
the City of Miami, County of Dade,
State of Florida.
The assessment "f said property
under the Certificate issued was in thj
name "f Unknown. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on
the 18th day of September, A D. 1946
Dated this 13th da) of August, A.D
1946.
(Circuit Court Seall
E, 11. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Lade County, Florida.
B] N C STERRETT, D.O,
8/16-23-30 9,6-13
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name vl
DANNY'S, at 374-76 N. W. 5th St..
Miami, Ma., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DANIEL KALLIN.
Sole Owner.
S/16-23-30 9/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DALE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 173S7
In Re: Estate of HARRY CLOTT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
alther of you, may have against the
..state of HARRY CLOTT, deceased,
late of Miami Beach, Lade County,
loilda, to the Hon. W. F. IHjTNTON.
taunt* Judge of Dade County, and
ile the same In his office in the
bounty Courthouse in Lade County.
(florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
onialn the legal address of the claim-
tnt and Vi be sworn to and presented
is aforesaid, or same will he barred.
See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate
lot.
LENA CLOTT.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of HARRY CLiTT, Deceased.
First publication on August 10th,
1946.
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Administratrix.
16-23-80 9/6-13
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I underMgiied. desiring to engage in
Inns under the fli tltious name of
PPICAL 11 LASS AND MIRROR
I'ANY. at ..'-'. N. W. Seventh
|Ne, Miami, l la. intend to reg-
r said name with the Clerk of the
bit Court uf Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS M U;GER
OTTO FEI.DMAN
IRV1.NU M'-siioWITZ
TIUXILL J. KLEIN.
Illorney for Appl ant.
-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name Ol
ltl-STIN IMPORTING COMPANY (not
inc.), at 1S4 N. E. 7'Jth St. Miami.
Fia.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida
FRANCES BROWN.
Sole Owner.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Petitioner.
S/16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE is UEKEUl GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name Ol
TROPICAL HANDBAG COMPANY,
at Miami. Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Honda.
ALFRED JACOBS,
Sole owner.
7/26 s/J-0-M-M
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
EDITH ROYCE. at inn Andalusia Ave-
nue, Coral Gables. Florida, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
ult conn of Dade County,
EDITH I. MAY.
Sole owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant,
8/16-23-30 9/6-13_______________________
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engagi
business under the fictitious name ol
ACME EXTERMINATING QO. (not
Inc.), at 8067 Mar) Street, Coconut
Grove, Miami, intends to register said
na..... with the Clerk of the Circuit
Couit of Lade Counts. Florida
THEODORE II. ROBINSON,
| ISAAC JOFFE.
An......-i for Applicant,
lolu Blscayne Building,
Miami. Florida.
8/9-16-13-30 9/6
fictitious name of
ousiiicfa iii' ,;. :;7,. i ,,-v
NATIONAL CLEANERS AND LAUN-
DRY, at 4J6 S. W. ?th St.. Miami.
THE
AND
IT.' iRlDA.
ITHE CIRCl'l i COURT OF THE
1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
R BADE IUNTY, FLORIDA-
CHANCERY
No 102578
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
I A. BLACK.
Plaintiff,
J'iV E BUCK,
Defi ndant.
F WATE (IK FLORIDA:
JURY i: i::.\,-k
' Av< nut i:
LCkymont, 11 ire,
,""a!'' hereto notified and ordered
I" the Bill of Complaint for
o-.i ill the above-
1? ,'u"'......i before the 7th day
'46 otherwise the al-
",' l lllll of Complaint
taken a- ronfessed against
Ordei bi published once a
F w four consecutive weeks in
k'.'i' V Floridian, a newspaper
ln'-tM.'", '"' l'"unty, Florida.
]..,',' ""' l,n ,la>' ot August.
K II I.KM'HKRMAN.
t lerk ol the Circuit Court.
WM w STOCKING,
^ SILVER Deputy Clerk.
|| llff,
Phnil. F. |
I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
1IT1I JUDICIAL CIRC! I I
FOR DALE COUNTY.
IN OHANCERY.
No. 102407 ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAMUEL G. KAIIN.
plaintiff,
PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: Phyllis Everett kahn
Apartment B. 21 West blth
New York. New York
Vn are hereby notified and
toYa"n.eRar to vS Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against JWUln "^gfjjj
Street
ordered
styled cause on or before the
of September. 1946: otherwise the ale
gallon, of said Hill of Comptelnl.will
be taken as confessed against you.
lit this Order be published once a
week for four consecutive weeks In
The Jewish Floridian. a XAdT
published In Dade County. Florida
Dated: This fith day
Florida, intend to register said
with the Clerk of the Circuit Louit of
Lade County. Florida.
GEORGE J-
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
raciilIn
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fi.i.i.ous name of
CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at 301 West
Fhurlcr Street, Miami. Florida, and
int.. Is to register the said fictitious
name i the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
JACOB WALLA" B.
Sole owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attorney for Applicant.
8 9-18-23-30 9/1
of August.
1946.
E.
By it
B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
H. RICE. Ill .
Deputy (lerk.
SAM SILVER,
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
Ilnr. Congress Building.
Miami, Florida.
8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CHVEN that
K''"'l"a BESSIE ADLERBLLM
JACK 11. KANi:
SADIE A. KANE
ISRAEL BLOTSKY
ANN A. SLOTBKY
HARRY M. ELLIS
RUTH A BLUS Lessees
UYERS HEIMAN sV KAPLAN
' Attorneys for Lessees,
s :-D-16-23-30
Ry
'i,ui',,-n;;i'v luncnro court.
"Aid-. n.lNiy. FLORIDA.
M7l
F HENRY
rased,
C. GAL-
AlMfSW FT,NAMLAKE
0TICR DlSCHARGE.
* fi'.-.i' i* hereby given that I
4 ,"', I' l report and pe-
"rtif 'k'1 I'^charge as Admlnl-
UOHBn ,"''"" "' "F.NRY C.
2th ,|',' ''-'I: and that on
'>' to th, ,,"' AWu"i 19- wl"
"VfcJ "lk"' "' ^-"le County.
" and .,,:''."'^'' of "Id final
SSSig of h al '""chHrge as Ad-
9t^4mmt~ "' Henry C-
ELEANi >R
SAM BILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
IKK Congress Bldg.
S/16-23-30 9/6-13 ^^^
KALER
voticf IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th^Ki^dnieslring.;;sCng,.g;;;:;
a s-onhtg- n. ner.
HARRY D1ETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23 ____________
Thl
t&SFi*
1946.
W-IALLAOim
]" l/!--u"r Alll"l"lstratrlx.
GIVEN that
KAY LETTER SERVICE, at M
gth Street. In the 'J,y ',h;. ^id
CourUo^..v Wto^lTlr?
ROBERT MARKS
17/19-26 8/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
SHIRLEY GIFT SHOI'PE at 1425-A
Washington Ave.. Miami Leach. Fia..
intend to register said name With tin
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Floiida.
WILLIAM A. ROENBERG
PAULINE ROSENBERG
ISAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicants.
8-9-16-23-30 9/6
To wiloM IT MAY CONCERN:
This is to advise that the partnership
f Theodore II. Robinson and Hornet
L Hough doing business under the
name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not
inc.) Is dissolved and that the 'aid
business will continue to be operated
under said fictitious name as afore-
said, individually by the undersigned.
THEODORE H. ROBINSON.
Dated: Miami. Florida. August 9th,
1946.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney lor Owner,
lulu Blscayne Building,
Miami. Florida.
V9-16-23-30 ;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
luslness under the fictitious name of
!LBY MILLS, at 1211 Alton Road.
Miami Beach, Intends to register said
lame with the Clerk Of the Circuit
ourt of Lade Count*. Florida.
RLTH BLATT
HARRY ZUKERNICK,
Attorney for Applicant.
n 16-28-10 9/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage m
uuslness under the fictitious name of
AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at
''".", Collins Avenue, Miami Beach,
Florida, Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
i Dade County, Florida
TED KRUGER
JACK MANHOFF
t/9-16-23-30____________________
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
i.isincss under the fictitious name of
MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS,
tt .'il't; 15th Street. Miami Beach, in-
iend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lade
County, Florida.
JOSEPH II GOLDBERG
KATE GOLDBERG
HARRY ZUKERNICK,
Attorney for Applicants,
4L'" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach.
[4/9-16-21-30 9 I
IN THE C11U.TIT COIRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JCLICIAL CIRCUIT
op FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 101395.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ANN R. COUiH.
Plaintiff.
vs.
I.oils GOLOB.
Defendant.
To: LOUIS GOLOB, 137:. Nelson
Avenue, Bronx 52. New York:
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED
to file an appearance is the above
soil for divorce on the 12th day of
August, 1916, otherwise the allegations
f said hill will be taken as confessed
by you.
This order Is to be published In The
Jewish Floridian once each week for
lour (4) conseOUtlve weeks.
This the 11th day of July. A.D.
1946,
E R. LEATHERMAN.
By IVM. W. STOCKING. DC.
(Circuit Court Seal)
AKoNOVITZ, WRINKLE & ARONO-
VITZ. 71S Seybold Bldg..
Miami. Florida.
7/12-19-26 S/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not
Inc ', intend to register the said n.un,
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Floiida.
HERBERT M. KRISTALL
IKYING KELTON
BURNETT ItoTH.
Attorney for Applicants.
8/2-9-16-23-30 ________^^__
DIANA COOPERSMITH.
Utorney for Applicant.
s/2-9-16-23-30
NoTlCF.
the undersigned,
but
S HEREBY GIVEN that
desiring, to engage in
BRYAN
New Owners
S/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flOtltlOtH namjMol
city HALL GARAGE, at 11W Col-
11ns Avenue, Miami Beach, hhi.. in-
tends to register said name with UK-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''""'">' "'""MAX GOLDSTEIN
HARRY D1ETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg.
7/26 S/2-9-16-23 .____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I.ENAS TOURIST CABINS, at Dade
County. Florida. Intends to reiristei
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of >>^,^U"t>4^'KrRlCH
FJOR.NDA ANUELIN^SEKERICH.
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicant.
7/19-26 8/2-9-16
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 16856
Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administrator
nf the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased; and that on the 5th d/iy of
September, 1946. I will applv to the
Honorable W, P. BLANTON, County
ludge of Dade County, Florida, for
tpprovnl of said final report and for
'in.il discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased.
This 6th day of August. 1946.
ARTHUR L. PAYNE.
Administrator.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE 18 HEREBY" GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL TRADING OF MIAMI, at
1215 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fia.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAN ENOELRERC.
QUENTIN SANDLER
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
MORRIS ORLIN
,-..v 7i\lrT & SIMON,
^ffi Applicants.
8/2-9-16-23-30
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/19-26 8/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IMPERIAL FOOD CENTER, at 1444
Drexel Ave., Miami Beach, Fia.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fia.
SHIRLEY FORMAN
SAMUEL LAPIN
Co-partners.
SAMUEL RUBIN.
Attorney for Co-partners.
7/26 8/2-9-16-21 .


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VeAlonaMy, MpeaJimq,
(Continued from Page 5)
man and daughter, Joyce, of
7725 Byron ave., are leaving
Saturday to vacation in New
York state. They will return
after Labor day Miss Bev-
erly August, 447 S. W. 28th rd.,
returned home from Providence,
R. I., after a two-month stay.
While
gagement
Providence was announced .
Sidney Palmer has returned
from Atlanta where he received
medical treatment Miss Sue
Moss returned last week from
a three-week vacation to New
York state, Washington, D. C,
and Baltimore .
GOINGS AND COMINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.
Becker and children, Matthew
3,000 At Beach Sign
Palestine Petitions
Over 3,000 people expressed
their opposition to the proposed
Hy Haves, B'nai B'rith reg-
ional director of New York city, "^j^ of Palestine by sign-
is vacationing at the Versailles petitions circulated by the
hotel with Melvin Silverman i;i;,.|U:. Miami chapters of Jun-
and Marvin Blumbeig of At- jo| Ha(jassah and Masada, Zionist
lanta. They are planning a v ulh groups, Monday,
trio to Havana this weekend ... The two organizations will hold
DrS. G. Schneider, Lincoln rd. B ting 8 p.m. Tuesday at
optometiist. leaves this week to the Beach
..a ^ninri Ions tesecrch action on
Y to discuss further
Palestine question.
she was there her en- aUend a contact lens research action .... the *g jP-|
t to Joe Schwartz of j conference in New York city. JIJ ';taf JJ .J
He will later join his wife and Sh^ Conducted at
tl'.rc key spots on Miami Beach
and the petitions were sent to
son who are vacationing in
Boston.
Mrs. Frank Adler and son, pr( i Truman. The campaign
Frank, jr., are visiting Mr. Adler carrii d out a resolution suggested
at the KHz Plaza hotel where by the chapters' national head-
he is managing director .
Arnold Sussman leaves for
Houston, Texas, this week to
be the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Battelstein and
quarters and adopted at a meet-
in.: held last week at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Straa-
t( n, 1220 Ocean dr.
. in Cooper served as chair-
man of the campaign. He was as-
isted by Dorothy Sussman, Har-
old Shapiro and Stanley Wall-
man.
noted was one
"ol great contempt against the
injustices ol the British against
the Jewish people in Palestine."
Beach Lodge To End
Drive With Swim-Dance
and Ita Myra, are back from i daughter, Rer.ee Stuart
a five-week stay in New York Newman arrived in town this
and Washington. While in! week after a month vacation
Washington, they attended the in Chicago as guest of Mr. and Mi s Schwartz said that the
Bar Mitzva of Mrs. Becker's '' Mrs. M. Taradash and daugh- general reaction
nephew, Joseph Henry Kul-1 ter. Roslyn Mr. and Mrs.
bach Mrs. Tillie Rosenthal | Sol Goldstrom left yesterday
and her son, Robert, returned j for New York where they will
to Miami Beach after a five-1 remain until the middle of Sep-
week visit to Cleveland, Akron, tember .
Columbus and Hendersonville. I A son, Neil Craig, was born
While in Cleveland she attend- to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Port-
ed a B'nai B'rith district grand man at St. Francis hospital on f. Vr T'" 7," ,SS h!
, ^ tu u i __.4 (,llil (abana dub will climax the
lodge advisory meeting ( Aug. 4. The baby s grand- Lurren1 membership drive of the
-----------------------------------------------! pGrenls, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schifl. Miami Beach lodge of B>nai BVJth
returned rnday night from on AuR 27. Arthur Kahn is the
Hendersonville and New York, chairman of the affair.
Mrs. Jack Marash and son, With 265 new members already
David, will leave Sunday for enrolled during the drive, Jack
New York city. Mr. Marash ; Abbott, chairman, hopes to at-
will join them in the mountains tain a total of 500 new members
of New York state. Before re- >" : the drive's termination,
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will visit in Atlanta and Mr. Bnth luncheon at Al s Rendez-
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Commander Edward A. Platkin.
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Although the Miami Y Home
Camp will close at the end of
next week, youngsters can par-
ticipate in an all-day supervised
recreation program until the
opening of public school, Maurice
Grossman, executive director, an-
nounces.
Closing exercises of the camp
will be held at the V at 3 p.m.
Wednesday. Parents of campers
are invited to attend the program
which will be patterned after a
typical day at camp. Awards
will be presented to the best all-
round campers and to the camp-
ers judged best in the various
activities. Prizes will also be
presented to the winners of the
recent color day.
No charge will be made for the
post camp program which will
continue until Sept. 16. Activi-
ties for children aged 6 to 14 years
will include athletics, dancing,
dramatics, arts and crafts, games,
programs, hobbies. No lunches
will be served.
Ben Roth, executive director
of the Birmingham (Ala.) Y, was
a guest at the home camp Tues-
day. Mr. Roth is vacationing at
Miami Beach.

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AUGUST
16. 1946
^JenistiFhridfmn
lian's Article Printed
;ongressional Record
__H 8ummer columnist for the University of
flappaP0"' of ^e column "Without a Song." re-
m "EL United States Senator Claude Pepper last
lette1 J^cttor thanked him for his column of July 3
that it was entered in, the Congressional Record.
Rnoaport of Miami, he received his bachelor of
ftS and is now a junior in the law school. Aside
'm lumnist, he is art edtior of the Gator, a member
fM shall Bar association, and the university chapter
litam Veterans committee.
Miami community affairs, he was a charter member
No 322 and is a past president of the Junior
- for three and a half years.
Senator Pepper entered in the
foe was in service
fis ,he column which
onal Record:
ML Fascist- Socialist,
jnd similar alien
,haT, been popular
denunciation in our
iuJ bodies and press.
m whose aims are
|i,ergent as may out-
em are shoving each
|more extreme belie**
qer stands.
CAR RAPPAPORT
pne favored unionism,
excess profits tax
ised social security he
| Pink, a Socialist or a
. On the other hand
ator asked for govern-
bbsidy to industry, or
nion excesses or abuses
My branded an imper-
Pascist seeking to en-
|working class. Both of
ds are extreme we be-
ll Senator Pepper has
I fierce shellacking, in
pblican press in p*r-
m numerous groups
cted to (1) hif alliance
pniniitration's polidM
[OPA, a liberal policy
pioni, emphasis on a
I international cooper-
T interdependence, (2)
^ "messing" with in-
1 Politics and "globe>-
* not sufficiently
Mention to hi* horn*
|J* nd (3) his con-
ftude towards Britain
Positive attUude to
* brought the mala-
I?1 "Angelphobo." and
r1'"Rei." "Pink." ,tc..
M.
0 the eight or ten years
Panember when Mr.
I*a "Warmonger" be-
IMvanced preparedness.
"ffne a "Limey Lover"
,-avored lend-lease to
I>fan. How Pepper
lrty action time and
r e abuse 'ell on his
tare for defense and aid for the
fascist ridden countries. We
recall bow he was then "shel-
lacked" by the isolationist
Hearst, McCormick. Patterson,
papers, the Wheelers, Nyes and
the others whose ignorance and
special interests amounted in
this writer's opinion, to nation-
al sabotage.
The Wheelers and the Nyes have
fallen to ill-repute and time has
shown Senator Pepper was sitting
on the right side of the fence and
was pointing in the right direc-
tion.
Mr. Pepper has visited Russia
and Europe and in his speech be-
fore Congress asked that Russia
be treated as fairly as England
or the other allies.
That "everybody get out of
everybody else's country," was
his desire: for Russia to evacu-
ate the Balkans and those ter-
ritories not designated for oc-
cupation by the allies, for
England to get out of Greece,
Italy, the Dutch East Indies
and independent countries of
the Middle East, and that the
United States leave Brasil.
China and Italy.
Furtherance of international un-
derstanding so as to assure the
peace we owe our fallen dead and
create a sane policy equal among
nations lest we succumb to "Op-
erations Crossroads" is Senator
Pepper's plea. This, we assert, is
no shrinking of duty to his state
or country.
IS MIL
TRUMAN'S DELAY
By BEATRICE HEIMAN
(Copyright. 19. Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, inc.)
WASHINGTON.
To Zionist leaders who were
looking to the White House last
week with great apprehension ful-
some indication of President Tru-
man's stand on the British pro-
posal for the "federalization" of
Palestine, his statement that he
was deferring a decision until he
had conferred with the American
experts who participated in tin
London conference came as a last
minute reprieve.
From remarks he had made to
several congressional delegations
which called him prior to his an-
nouncement, the Zionists had
been led to believe that the Presi-
dent was ready to accept the Brit-
ish plan, with, perhaps, some
minor reservations.
His decision to delay action,
therefore, was doubly welcome,
although it constituted a negative
rather than a positive victory.
However, it is being interpreted
as a rebuff to the British.
A strong and steady stream
of opposition had flowed to
Truman's study ever since de-
tails of the plan first leaked
out of London. The basis of the
opposition, official and unoffi-
cial, was the bitter feeling that
the British were forcing a trade
founded on human misery.
However, the impressions gain-
ed from talks with the President
by Senators Mead and Wagner,
and by a group of New York con-
gressmen, headed by Representa-
tive Celler, indicated that Mr.
Truman would accept the plan.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 12)
PAGE NINE
TO AID FRENCH WOMEN
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sulate General in New York city and former associate of the
French Minister oi Prisoners of War and Deportees, wishes
bon voyage to Mrs. Gloria H. Wagner prior to her departure
last week aboard the S.S. Marino Perch to establish a home
for unattached Jewish women in Paris for the National Council
of Jewish Women. Mrs. Wagner is a former Office of War
Information radio commentator in Europe. The home will be
a part of council's overseas service program, conducted in
cooperation with the American Jewish Joint Distribution com-
mittee. The organization is presently maintaining a similar
home in Athens. Greece.
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BJEHasn't Dropped Building Project
* .. _.i____.. n( the i
A story titled ''Center Project
Has BJE Support," printed in the
July 26 edition of The Jewish
Floridian, has been attacked by
Abraham P. Gannes, director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
In a letter to The Floridian,
Gannes called the story "prema-
ture" and suggested that the letter
sent by Mr. Heiman to the Fed-
eration be quoted in its entirety
"to create the right impression
in the community."
"At present, the impression
seems to be thai we have
dropped with finality the pro-
ject of a library building for
the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. That is not so," Gannes
stated.
The story described the Bu-
reau's decision to support a com-
munity center project of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
rather than build its own quar-
ters. Mention was made of the
bureau's preparing to "solicit
money for a Jewish education en-
dowment fund to supply scholar-
ships to equip its library."
The disputed story also con-
tained this paragraph:
"The board decided not to
hold a fund-raising drive be-
cause of the competition with
other drives now being held or
contemplated and because of
the uncertainty of the exact
type of building program it
needs."
The letter from which the orig-
inal information was derived was
sent by Louis Heiman, president
of the bureau, to Muni.- Klass.
executive director of Federation.
It is printed here in full:
Mr. Morris Klass,
Executive Director,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
1002 Congress Building,
Miami 32, Florida.
Dear Morris:
A meeting of the- board of di-
rectors of the Bureau of Jewish
Education was held on Thursday,
June* 27, 1346, at which time the
question of raising capital funds
i furtherance of the aims
and purposes of the Bureau of
Jewish Education. For example,
it i8 the feeling of the bureau
that there are many individuals
community who would be
USS:d- 1 ;l \Z wU^ to ma* .UCh endowments
discussion took piaci
memory of some departed
member of their family OT pos-
sibly as a living memorial for
themselves. Various individuals
may be willing to endow a shelf
or 'some portion of the library
meeting, a
with reference to the need oi tin
bureau for adequate office space.
At these meetings lie following
decisions were made: ^
1. The bureau went on record ^j^" gince a quiet campaign
, favor oi a plan tu join with L contempiated, and only select-
Federation and othei J. isb com- ed 1|K,jvjciuais would be solicited,
munity agencies on a temporary I ^ bureau went on record in
basis in finding joint office sipaci fayor of ca,Tying on such a cam-
paign for such purpose through-
out the year, and to seek the ap-
until such time as the building
plan.- oi the bureau might be
better clarified. Therefore, the
bureau wishes t advise the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion that n is desirious of obtain-
ing more adequate office space,
and if Federation and other
agencies may be housed togethi i
t, mporarily, it meets with the ap-
proval of tlie bureau.
2. The bureau went on ri
that now is not the opportune
tune foi a capital lunds drive for
the Bureau of Jewish Education
in view of other drives whi(
contemplated in the community.
and bee,.use of unroll., : !y as to
the i xact typo oi pro-
gram for the bureau in the future.
3. Tin bureau w< nt on n cord
in favor of pressing the plans for
some type of community center
building, which might serve to
answer the needs of various Jew-
ish community agencies in Miami.
4. The bureau went on record
in favor oi conducting a quiet
campaign for the purpose oi so-
liciting Jewish i duration endow-
ment funds. The purpi .-< of the
solicitation of such endowment
funds would be for the purchase
of hooks, pamphlets and other
library requirements; and also for
scholarships to be awarded by the
bureau for worthy hoys and frills
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX Representative
Mr. and Mrs. George Black
Mehlman, 215 Malvcrne id., an-
nounce the birth of a son, Henry
Edwin, at Good Samaritan hos-
pital. Aug. 3. Mrs. Mehlman is
the former Miriam Ezzes. Mr.
Mehlman served as a captain in
the adjutant general's department
of the Army during the war.

Mrs. Pearl H. Id has returned
from New York where she visited
her sister, Miss Muriel Rosen-
wald.

Miss Yetta Grecnberg will re-
turn to the University of Georgia
in the fall.

Louis Halpern has entered the
veterans' hospital at Miami for
observation.
Mr. and Mrs, I. uis Schutzer
an hark in ti.i city ,>ft> r a visit
of several wei ks with their
daughter and fan ily in T< xa
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proval o'f the Federation for such
campaign.
We would appreciate it if you
would bring these requests and
decisions to the attention of the
executive committee of Federa-
ii u, and that we may hear from
you as soon as possible so that
the bureau may make its plans
accordingly.
Very truly yours,
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President.
13 To Represent Lodge
At Tampa Convention
Thirteen delegates will repre-
sent B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge at
the state convention in Tampa on
Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2. They are
Milton Friedman, first vice presi-
dent of the state federation of
lodges, who will be chairman of
tin meeting, and William Fried-
man, Burnett Roth, Maurice
D work in, Fred K. Shochet, Harry
Schwartz, Nathan Adelman, Eli
Hurwitz, Isaac Levin, Max Silver,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller and
E. Albert Pallot, president of the
lodgi .
Convening at the Tampa Ter-
race hotel, the delegates will hear
reports and discussions of the
past year's activities throughout
the state. A number of social
events are also planned.
The state AZA convention,
which Friedman will also super-
vise, will be held simultaneously
at the Hillsborough hotel in
Tampa. Debates, oratory con-
tents, luncheons, a hayride and
weiner roast, and a banquet and
dance will highlight the meet.
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Baltimore Club To Hold
Charity Excursion
First annual charity moonlight
excursion will be held by the
Baltimore club Wednesday eve-
ning aboard the Seminole Queen.
The boat will leave from pier six,
Bayfront Park, at 8:30 p.m.
Arrangements for the affair
have been completed by Harry
R. Sherman, program and social
chairman. Reservations may be
made by calling him at 48-3871.
Gilbert J. Balkin, associate di-
rector of the Florida regional of-
fice, Anti-Defamation league, was
guest speaker at the club's meet-
ing Tuesday evening at the
Beach Y.
Formerly known as the Balti-
more Club of Greater Miami, the
group has changed its title to the
Baltimore Club of Florida. This
was necessitated by the admit-
tance of members from areas out-
side of Greater Miami.
FRIDAY,
AUGU^
Schemer Manages Team
Miami's Mike Schemer was re-
cently named manager of the
Richmond Colts of the Piedmont
league, a professional baseball
team. Schemer, who started the
season with the New York Giants,
reported to Richmond, Va., sev-
eral weeks ago and will continue
to play first base. Richmond is
also a Giant farm. In six years of
professional baseball. Schemer
has batted under .300 only one
time.
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PAGE ELEVEN
\J,D.C Children's Homes, Rest Centers,
Igliipments Aid Jews in Eastern Europe
Miami Y To Sponsor
Labor Day Social
"No labor Labor Day" is the
decision of the Miami Y which
will use that slogan in planning
for its membership social to be
held Monday evening, Sept. 2,
Dun Rosenthal, activities director,
announces.
The event, to be held outdoors
on the Y grounds, will be a ca-
baret style affair with free ad-
mission, refreshments and enter-
tainment. An orchestra will pro-
vide music for dancing.
Ben Essen is in charge of the
affair. His committee includes
Mrs. Harry Gordon, refreshment
chairman; Sam Greenstein and
Herb Rubin, entertainment chair-
men, and Herbert Cole, Max R.
Silver, Mrs. Louis Wine, Sam
Seitlin, Nat Etkins, Leon Kaplan
and Max Jacobskind.
Jhtt* firsl pictures of Jewish life
EtjUffl Europe! rene oJ the
loinl Distribution Committee *
Iom extensive program* ,n' year, I
j the wMc range oC assistance
^ork carried OUl by the major
Cnerican tfCncy aiding Jewish
vivort owr-oa*. Above, young
.j.h lads enjoying the warm
,j of the sun on the beach of a
|.D.C.-supporleil lakeside chil-
en's home i" Ktiniania. Above
hghl, Jev.i>li funiili- line up out-
Lc J.D.C. office in Budapest,
lungarj, where they are applying
lor entrance into a rest renter
wated b* the J.D.C for moth-
i and children. Right, Bulgarian
Inn receive a shipment of cloth-
b| sent from the United State*
i the J.D.C, which receivea it*
lands from the United Jewish
DISCUSSES PALESTINE
"Palestine Disturbances" will
be discussed by Harry Simonhoff,
chairman, of the Greater Miami
Zionist Emergency council, at a
DUX club breakfast Sunday
morning at the Miami Y. Admis-
sion is by invitation only.
COLLEGE GETS BOOKS
A gift of 63 volumes of Ju-
daica has been presented to the
Catholic University of America
in Washington, D.C., by the
Washington Jewish Book council.
Occasion of the presentation was
National Jewish Book Week.
Lodge To Hear Debate
On Palestine Policy
Whether an aggressive policy
in Palestine is justified will be
debated by four Miami attorneys
at the September meeting of
Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Jerome Weinkle and Dan Satin
will uphold the affirmative while
Abe Aronovitz and Elry Stone
will discuss, the negative. Audi-
ence participation will follow.
George Talianoff will be chair-
man of the debate.
Admission to the meeting,
which will be held at the Miami
Elks' lodge, will be free to mem-
bers, their wives and guests.
OBITUARIES
JACOBSON
) \ i:!2 Ma-
in '' .1 Saturday
\ ulvd, canal at
flton irvh Ing is her
A Ral Jacobson, a
* Russia ff lated at the
death was
\ Icea In the
;-- lei M.....lay.
iried at Mt.

coss
Saturday In
Normandj
'' "- In iv i .. an ago
1 "-''-. and was a
I dealer,
P ': Mra. Cella
I ia!l. The body
Wn sent t, i i ladelphla by the
I nli .":n,,"K'1 chapel for ser-
|inu burial.
RUBIN
f: .' m s. w. nth
1 '" hospital, fol-
A retired manu-
gVv h eame to
: Newark N. J.
CL, Mra. Rose
LrTa "'ami Cy
RmVh'ij !'.w'.,wo ''-'"Kl'ttTa,
I nd Mrs. Sam-
[held \y \ >rk. Services
til I,,,"'1"', ''; 'n >" Gordon
NEWMAN
Beach. Bhe was visiting another son,
George U, In Chicago and was staying
at the hotel.
Mr. and -Mrs Myron Newman left
for Chicago Saturday nlKlit with their
Kon-ln-law anil daiiKhter, Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Gladstone, and Mrs.
Herman wronker to attend the funeral
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Myron Mew-
man had Just returned from Chicago
Saturday morning.
Survivors Include two sons and
three grandchildren. A great-grand-
clilhl was born In Chicago last month
while Mrs. Newman was there.
Mrs. Newman was a board member
of the National Home for Jewish Chil-
dren in Denver.
BEATTY
Harold Beatty, 7$, of 359 Meridian
aw Miami Beach, died Monday at a
hospital. A resident "f Miami lU-arh
three years, Beatty came from Law-
rence, Mass He was a retired mer-
chant He Is survived by his wife.
Mrs. M. Ituatty.
Services were at fiordnn's chapel
Tuesday. Hiliial was in Mount Nebo.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of the late Abra-
ham Bott will take place at 2
p.m. Sunday in the Jewish section
of Woodlawn Park cemetery.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will offieiate.
Arrangements are in charge of
Sidney H. Palmer of the Miami
Monument company. Friends
and relatives are requested to
attend.
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Max Azar, vacationing in New
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In a letter to The Floridian,
Mr. Azar wrote: "Never will I
forget the huge mass of people
that crowded around Carnegie
hall, and the flowers that filled
the hall. Every word spoken by
Rabbi Stephen Wise and the
leaders of labor and industry sank
into everyone's mind and heart
as deep as the name and deeds
of Sidney Hillman, the man, the
leader, and the Jew."
Hillman's son-in-law, Irving
Lerner, told Mr. Azar that he told
Hillman two days before his
death that he would have to
choose between his health, his
life, and his work. Hillman re-
plied, "My son, it will be my un-
finished work."
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FRIDAY,
AUGUST

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FPL EXPANSION
HERE IS FOURTH
MAJOR PROJECT
Dave Bosworth, district man-
ager of Florida Power & Light
company, announced today the
beginning of construction of the
fourth major project in his com-
pany's $24,000,000 All-Florida Ex-
pansion program, a 60,000 horse-
power generating station addi-
tion to its Miami plant.
McGregor Smith, president of
the utilities company, said the
All-Florida Expansion program
already hai placed in operation a
new 24,000 horsepower plant at
Sarusota; a 56.000 horsepower
plant at Wist IJalm Beach is now
under construction, as is a 24,-
000 horsepower addition to the
Florida Power & Light company-
plant at Sanford. The combined
capacity of these new plants is
greater than the entire demand
on the company's statewide sys-
tem prior to 1940.
In addition to doubling the
generating capacity of the pres-
ent plant, the Miami project will
permit further expansion of serv-
ice in nearby areas, just as the
(xpansion at Sanford, Sarasota
and West Palm Beach makes fur-
ther service possible in those
areas.
A revolutionary design in the
Miami generating plant will take
advantage of the lack of extremes
in Florida climate. The Turbo-
generator, two great boilers and
two 25.000.000 gallons-a-day cir-
culating water pumps will be
constructed outdoors. These will
only their casings as cover-
ing- Switches and other delicate
electrical controls will be housed
in 1948. It will require a force of
ive alterations to accommodate
this equipment are now under-
way.
Bosworth said the Miami proj-
ect is expected to be completed
in 148. It will require a force of
250 to 300 men. The project
will consume approximately 500,-
000 man-hours of work and at
least 300 carloads of materials.
Orders for the
PALESTINE: Pioneer
8 and Artit
ART IN PALESTINE. Twenty-five yean have pa-M-d ibwe a small
group of artist! and ICUlMori organized llieir lir>t exhibition in the Citadrl
of Old Jerusalem, and llii> year the Arlil>" and SrulptOrV Association is
presenting its 25th annual art -li<> in the Tel Aviv Museum (lop) hi(.Mi|cht
inc. the vivid and many-aided cultural life in modern das Palestine. The
150 artist* of different ages, hailing from many rountries and representing all
thades and eoneeptions of modern art. who are exhibiting their work, were
helped to find new freedom and expression by UNITED PALESTINE
APPEAL agencies who resettled them in their new homeland. Left is the
oil "Mother and Child*' by David Hendlcr who came to Palestine in 1924
at a pioneer and for five years dug ditches, built sewers and worked with
road gangs under the scorching sun. Since 1<,2 he has been devoting himself
exclusively to art and is slowly forging a place for himsell among the more
important young I'ale-tinian arti-ts. Right is a "Sketch in Bronze" by Zeevi
Ben Z\i, one of Palestine's outstanding sculptors, whose early occupation as
a mason is reflected in his work by the hold angles and broad planes of his
strong and forceful heads. His work, widely acclaimed in the art world, is
represented in irianv museum* and private collections in Palestine and Europe.
The Jewish Agency, with the aid of UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL funds,
currently raised by the $100,000,000 campaign of the UNITED JEWISH
APPEAL, stimulates activity in the arts by purchasing works for the museum*
and by granting prizes to outstanding artists.
major equip- .
ment, such as boilers, turbine |
itor and condensors already
been placed. Auxiliary
equipment is being ordered as
specifications are drawn. Manu-
facturer.- haw indicated they ex-
pect to be able to make deliveries
hedule.
When the new generator is
placed in service, the boilers
which produce the steam to oper-
ate it will consume 80,000 gallons
of fuel oil a day, or an addition of
more than a barge-load to its >
present consumption. Already,,
the Florida Power & Light com-
pany is the South's largest user |
of fuel oil for generating pur-
poses.
Bosworth said the newest proj-
ect in his company's $24,000,000
expansion program is the result
of load studies conducted over a
period of years. These studies
point to a continued growth of
South Florida, with a steadily in-
creasing number of new farms.
homes, businesses and industries,
all with need for electrical serv-
ice. The Miami plant expansion
is geared to these future needs.
"Our faith in the continued
growth of Florida is based not on
mere optimism but on factual
surveys which convince us that
our $24,000,000 expansion is nec-
essary," Bosworth said.
Named Art Director
Bob Epstein. Miami artist, has
been appointed art director of
the Sunday magazine section
'Everybody'.- Weekly," of the
Philadelphia Inquirer. Epsb it
who has been associati d with the
newspaper's Sunday art staff for
he past year and one-half, plans
to vacation here for three weeks
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Emphasizing that "no race suf-
fered so much at the hands of
Hitler as the Jews of Europe,"
Rev. Edmond Gelinas, a Catholic
Priest of Fort Pierce, Fla., has
made a contribution of $1,000 to
the nationwide 8100,000,000 cam-
paign of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees, Overseas
Nil ds and Palestine, it was an-
nounced yesterday at national
UJA headquarters in New York.
The e,ift made by Rev. Gelinas
r pri -i-nt- one of the largest con-
tributions made by an individual
clergyman to the record drive to
e the survival of the 1,400,-
000 Jews remaining in Europe.
A contribution of $5,000 from
tin Endicott-Johnson Shoe com-
pany and a gift of S4.500 from the
III.national Business Machines
company were also announced.
L
TRUMAN'S DELAY
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE 9)
It came to him recommended by
Henry F. Grady and the other
two Cabinet committee alter-
nates, Herbert F. Gaston and
Goldthwaite H. Dorr. According
to Paris reports, Secretary of
State Byrnes also yielded to Brit-
ish arguments, as advanced by
Prime Minister Attlee.
In an attempt to allay fears
until Mr. Grady and his associ-
ates returned from London and
the matter was threshed out.
President Truman expressed
soothing "hopes thai further
discussions will result in de-
cisions which will alleviate the
situation of the persecuted Jews
in Europe and at the same time
contribute to the ultimate solu-
tion of the longer-term prob-
lem of Palestine."
Zionist circles feel that the
President, in order to secure
agreement on admission to Pales-
tine of the 100,000 Jewish dis-
placed persons, may still accept
any plan which includes that pro-
vision, unless sufficient pressure
is applied.
The pros and cons have been
weighed by the President with
increasing frequency. In one day
recently he had three separate
conferences on Palestine. The
first was with the ten New York
congressmen. This session was
variously reported as lively,
rough and spirited, with the Pres-
ident sympathetic to the need for
resettling Jewish refugees, but
ascribing the interest of the rep-
resentativs to political reasons.
A meeting with the Cabinet
committee followed. Acting Sec-
retary of State Acheson substi-
tuting for his absent chief, Mr.
Byrnes. Thirdly, the regular
Wednesday Cabinet luncheon at
the White House was devoted to
further discussion of Palestine.
On a previous day, three con-
gresswomen, Helen Gahagan
Douglas of California, Emily Taft
Douglas of Illinois and Chase
Going Woodhouse of Connecticut,
all Democrats, had seen the Presi-
dent.
Hi
Senators Mead and Jd
^e house niembers >*
** origina, Kopoa^,
most a year aKo ,' **
easts the honie Eam "*h
Louis teams, haf;
by Missouri school 12*
>> unique gramma^
not like it bl.ca 3
A large number of J
equally dislike the ide, ^
Jjon as applied T^'
They do not like it ant L i
when disguised a* om3
Hon.federaliza.io,,.^!
i.on. especially whe'a^*|
answer in the haa, ^
While the 100,000 Jen
time in displaced persons ca
in the American one in GenL,
Amen, an officials have beak
preparing plans for their gn
ment to Palestine-if and the
It is an accepted fact in y+
ington that the chief obstaclet
starting them on their way B|
superior stalling ability of,
British.
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Emanon Club To Picnic
At Matheson Hammock
TRULY ROLEN, PreiKtmt
Matheson Hammock will be the
a midsummer picnic to
be held by the Emanon club all
S .i day, Gi orge Siegel, presi-
dent, announced today.
Transportation will be provid-
m the Miami Y at 10:30 a.m.
Sam Greenstein, social chairman
m charg. of the arrangements.
A special board meeting to dis-
cuss the club's forthcoming ba-
zaar will be held Wednesday eve-
ning at the Y.
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