The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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^-THE JEWISH UNITY E
asndL THE JEWISH WEEKLY
"Jg^MJMBER 34
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23,1946"
H TO EXTEND
CETO DPS
SIX
NEVA (JTA)-Thc UNRRA
Lj| at its concluding session
[to continue to care for dis-
I persons until the new In-
fernal Refugee Organization
up. despit. the fact that
jtAisbcine liquidated at the
ft i-NKRAaidfor
I m-11 nut, li wevi r, extend
Ld June, 1947. UNRRA also
to assist all those classified
| n the draft constitu-
.-.., iro. This would in-
thi native Jews of Ger-
r and Austria
; action came on the heels
orous dciii;.!., 1 by UNRRA
lor General Fiorello La
Hia that some int< rnational
i be found to aid displaced
bs after UNRRA is liqui-
, the council of the organi-
I discussed various plans to
the resettlement of tens of
(Continued on Page 4)
HlljilS >ln|l
Ifiire M;iI us
lanization of the Greater
Emergi ncy coun-
nanent basis is be-
\ ed by local groups,
this week.
ented at a
Bg held last Thursday in
pees of Harry Simonhoff,
pianc.f the |i c;,] council, and
Bed by representatives of the
p Zionist groups, American
Congress and other in-
1 agencies,
[of the immediate plans be-
lied is the possibility of
|>fan offic, for this region
Zionist Organization of
fa to be directed by a paid
live.
[for continued publicity as
Itbedissemin ition of edu-
Bl Ofterial concerning the
situation were also dis-
the mating were
iam,n Meyers, Shepard
ar Lelchuk, Gilbert
Mrs. Louis Glasser and
Tahanoff.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
World Congress Site
Changed to Switzerland
NEW YORK (JTA)The 49th
annual convention of the Zion-
ist Organisation of America
will convene on Oct. 25 in
Atlantic City, N. J according
to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, presi-
dent. The convention will pre-
cede by about one month the
opening of the World Zionist
Congress, scheduled to be held
in Switserland in the latter
part of November.
(In Jerusalem, the Small
Zionist Actions committee de-
cided to convene the congress
in Europe rather than in Pales-
tine as originally scheduled.)
ZOA leaders announced that
the membership of the organi-
zation now exceeds 190,000, the
largest total in its history. This
figure does not include the
memberships of Hadassah and
affiliated organisations of the
ZOA.
71 Agencies
Seek Funds
With budget committee meet-
ings scheduled to start next
month, the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation is compiling in-
formation about agencies which
are applying for funds to be rais-
ed in the 1947 campaign.
Already 71 agencies have re-
quested allocations, but Morris
Klass, executive director of Fed-
eration, said this week that about
65 agencies will probably be ac-
cepted by the budget committee.
Federation is investigating the
budgets, expenditures and the
work of the agencies which apply
for funds and the budget commit-
tee will make its decisions from
these findings.
The United Jewish Appeal,
which this year received approxi-
mately $517,000 from Greater Mi-
ami Jewry, will probably be the
major beneficiary of the 1947
campaign.
Local organizations which have
so far asked for funds are the
Bureau of Jewish Education,
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Greater Miami Vaad Ha-
kashruth, Miami Beach Hadassah,
Jewish Home for the Aged, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
the Miami and BeachY's.
Seventy agencies benefitted
from the 1946 campaign in which
$829,951 was raised.
The complete text of the Brit-
ish plan for partitioning Palestine
into Arab-Jewish zones, which
President Truman has now ac-
cepted with the exception of three
suggested amendments, was re-
vealed to the public for the first
time last Sunday. Drew Pear-
son, nationally known columnist,
used the text as his subject.
"The document is most reveal-
ing," he stated. "It shows that
the United States is to accept
50,000 Jewish refugees while Eng-
land gives no guarantee of accept-
ing a definite number; that the
United States may be obligated
to pay a quarter of a billion dol-
lars to finance Palestine; and most
important of all, that there is no
definite pledge to accept the long-
proposed 100,000 Jewish refugees
into Palestine. This is the figure
demanded of the British by Presi-
dent Truman months ago.
The British plansometimes
I called the Morrison-Grady plan
I consists of ten pages of text plus
25 pages of appendices. The re-
port is marked: TOP SECRET.
This document is the property of
His Britannic Majesty's govern-
ment. It is requested that spe-
cial care be taken to insure the
secrecy of this document."
The White House Friday issued
a statement expressing Presidnt
Truman's hope that the forthcom-
ing negotiations between the
British government and Arab and
Jewish representatives will ar-
rive at a fair solution of the Pal-
estine problem.
The President also voiced the
hope that action will be taken to
aid the displaced Jews in Europe.
He officially confirmed that he
plans to ask Congress to approve
the admission to the United States
REVEALS Immigrant Ship Hit
By Haifa Saboteurs
--------------------------
JERUSALEM.Swimming saboteurs using limpet mines blew
a hole eight feet long and three feet wide below the waterline
of the British troopship Empire Rival in Haifa bay shortly before
midnight Wednesday, but failed to sink her, the government
announced.
"Three swimmers were observed around the stern of the
ship and the military guard aboard opened fire on them, though
apparently without effect," the announcement said, in describing
the attempt to sink the Empire Rival, which had just returned
from transporting a second load of illegal Jewish refugees to
Cyprus.
"Approximately a half hour
Culture Group
Li sis 1 Events
later two explosions took place
and the after hold of the Empire
Rival began to fill with water.
The bulkheads which had been
closed held and the next hold re-
mained clear of water."
As British troops swarmed
the central section of
Second season of the Greater
Miami Jewish Cultural commit-
tee will feature a symposium on
a contemporary Jewish problem through
as well as musical concerts and ] Jerusalem this week, halting per-
a dance recital, Mrs. Leo Huber- sons in the streets for spot iden-
man, chairman, announced this i tity checks and setting up ma-
week, (chinegun posts and barbed wire
The committee, composed of 16 entan?Jfment,s-i the executive
local Jewish organizations, will
present James Waterman Wise
and Chayim Greenberg in a sym-
posium on "The Jew and World
Democracy" on Feb. 25. Son of
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, the for-
mer is an outstanding liberal lec-
turer. Greenberg is editor of the
Jewish Frontier. Rabbi James
Heller, former national chairman
of the United Palestine Appeal,
may also appear on the sym-
posium.
First event of the committee's
1946-47 series will be the appear-
ance of Sidor Belarsky, baritone,
formerly of the San Francisco
Opera, on Nov. 17. .
Marguerite Kozenn, soprano,
and Julius Chajes, pianist and
composer, will give a concert on
Dec. 22. On Jan. 12, Zvee Scooler,
monologuist, and Benjamin Ze-
mach, dancer, will be presented.
Additional events may be an-
of a limited number of Jewish nounced by the committee in the
DP's, in addition to those who
can enter under the regular im-
migration quota.
The full text of the White
House announcement, which was
released as the President left for
a 17-day vacation cruise in New
England waters, follows:
"Although the President has
been exchanging views with Mr.
Attlec on the subject, this gov-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
near future. Part of the series will
be held in Miami and the rest of
the Beach. Admission will be by
subscription or single ticket.
*k World Guarantee of Rights
EnmTA-A>^ment on
fiinnndat'"ns "^de to
IW.0HS at the- Peaee Con-
Kg*!f thi, wSi
compensation wherever restitu- Congress, Anglo-Jewish associa-
tion is impossible. It will also tion, Counseil Representatif des
ask that assets of Jews of former Juifs de France, Alliance Israelite
enemy nationality be exempt Universelle. South African Board
from all types of seizure by the of Jewish Deputies
Allied nations.
The memorandum will offer
amendments to the peace treaties
providing for the rights to emi-
grate freely, as well as for clari-
fying the status of Jewish corn-
Israel.
Meanwhile, Herbert Evatt, head
of the Australian delegation at
the Peace Conference, proposed
an "impartial court of human
rights" to enforce any
I-.,; basic rights muni
Whrr3!! "ltcrnatinal emy nations, the guaranteeing of peace treaties He suggested that
one Thth;m a loeal r civ. Political and economic individuals and groups as well as
"inclul ,'(l0mmenda- rights to Jews, and the disposition states be permitted to. appca 1 to
|cf th ,Uht,"'""n ^force- of the property of Jews who died the court and that its decisions
1 unl n r'8hts pro- heirlesl ** enforceable against individ-
The eleven organizations whose uals, groups, local agencies and
representatives drew up the joint states. f,.0;0 nffire
American Jewish ( n London a fo" e_
Jewish spokesman said the British gov
had not yet made up
lion.
dditi0
L'ted Nations
""tion of "c'mmend
program are:
groups' conference, American
I
Igary
committee, World Jewish Con- ernment
e*h property gress, Jewish National Council of its
mind whether to support
ring th ...... cuperiy gress, jewisn nauonai ooumu ------- interns-
' \n-Nazi reime Palestine, Board of Deputies of Evatt's proposal for an interna
1 Rumania and British Jews, Canadian Jewish tional court.)
and
lleaeli Okays
Hospital Sale
Terms of the sale of the Alton
Road hospital to the Mt. Sinai
hospital group were approved by
the Miami Beach city council
Wednesday when assurance was
given that the hospital would be
in operation as soon as equipment
is obtained.
Difficulty in staffing the hos-
pital will probably delay the
opening until late December or
early January.
As proposed by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, president, the hospital
group will assume a $27,000 first
mortgage and pay $25,000 in cash,
as well as $48,000 in five yearly
payments at three per cent in-
terest.
The group reserved the right to
pay off the balance at any time.
It also agreed to retain 25 per
cent of the beds in the Alton Road
hospital for low income persons.
Planning to build a $2,500,000
hospital, the Mt. Sinai group
committees of the Jewish Agency
and the Jewish National council
met here to map final plans for
non-cooperation with the govern-
ment.
Authoritative spokesmen stress-
ed that non-cooperation is aimed
exclusively at protesting the de-
portations to Cyprus of visaless
Jews. If the government should
halt the deportations and return
those who have already been sent
to Cyprus, Jewish leaders would
agree to call off the non-coop-
eration campaign and meet with
the government for general dis-
cussions on the entire Palestine
situation, they said.
One British transport sailed
from Haifa this week bearing
the second group of Jewish refu-
gees to be deported to Cyprus,
while another returned to its pier
after explosion in its hold.
The Empire Rival left Haifa
after a several-hour battle during
which tear gas and fire hoses
were used to subdue Jews aboard
the Katriel Jaffe, who refused
to be transferred to the trans-
ports. After two attempts to
move them failed, Indian troop
reinforcements were sent to the
ship and crushed the resistance.
Although unofficial reports said
that one refugee had been killed
and several injured in the battle,
an official communique stated
that "no casualties were suf-
fered."
The explosion, which took place
aboard the Empire Heywood, oc-
curred shortly after the vessel
had moved from the pier with its
cargo of refugees. According to
the official announcement, the
blast was caused by two flash-
lights filled with gelignite, and
had been aimed at blowing a hole
in the ship's side. However, no
damage was done.
4 Attend Masada Meet
Four members of the local Ma-
sada, young men's Zionist organi-
zation, will attend the convention
of the Southeastern region of
Masada in Birmingham, Ala., on
Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2.
Delegates are Harold Shapiro,
agreed to return to Miami Beach Harold Herman, Charles Free-
any profit from the sale of the field and Seymour Hinkes. Mar-
Alton Road hospital if the new j vin Cooper and Emanuel Stadlan
hospital is not located at the are alternates. Regional officers
Beach. 'will be elected at the meet.
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PAGE TWO
VeAAonaMy y^waBtiq, .
*
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz
are back from a trip to Boston
and New York.
Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Kaplan and family at the
Cromwell hotel are Dr. and
Mrs. A. C. Leibowitz and daugh-
ter, Renee, of Pasaic, N. J., and
Miss Norma Picus, of Fairlawn,
N. J. Both girls will attend the
University of Miami in the fall
. Mr. and Mrs- Louis Pallot
have returned from Plymouth,
Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Habif, of Havana, Cuba, cele-
brated their 11th wedding an-
niversary while vacationing
here at the Belmar hotel. Mr.
Habif has returned to Cuba,
but his wile and their two chil-
dren are still here
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shafer
and sons, Barry and John, and
Mrs. Shaler's mother, Mrs. Re-
gina Drach, have returned to
their home, 442 W. 30th st.. after
a six-week vacation in Hender-
sonville, N. C. While there,
Mr. Shafer celebrated his birth-
day and during the same week
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasser-
man observed their wedding
anniversary with a dinner.
Among the guests were Mr. and I
Mrs. Harold Tobin of the Beach.
Mr, and Mrs. Gus Trau have ,
left for Home Lawn Mineral;
springs, Martinsville, Ind. From
there they will proceed to.
Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New
York and will be away for two
months Rabbi and Mrs.
Simon April and son, Samuel,
have returned to Miami from
Savannah, where they had
been living for the past several
months. The rabbi was recent-
ly released from Johns Hopkins |
hospital where he underwent
an operation .
NEWLYWEDS HERE
Mr. and Mrs- Larry Bronis
have moved to Miami from
New York and plan to live here
permanently. Mrs. Bronis is
the former Miss Thelma Berger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Berger, 1234 S. W. Fourth st.
. Mrs. Harry Hacker left
Monday for New York and
points north. She will visit her
daughter, Lyn, in New York
and her son, Morton, in Boston.
She will also spend some time
with friends on Long Island .
Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mr.
and Mrs. A. Finley Binder and
son, J. Louis, are in Nova
Scotia ... Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Kahn have returned from New
York city
Herman D. Emerman and
Edward Scholnik, of Canton,
Ohio, are visiting in Miami for
two weeks. Mr. Emerman,
brother of Mrs. M. N. Good, is
first assistant prosecutor of
Star county, Ohio, and chair-
man of the Community Rela-
tions council. Mr. Scholnik is
also a community leader I
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berkowitz
are vacationing in Henderson-
ville at Lakeside Inn. Two of
their children, Mildred and
Donald, are spending several;
weeks at the Poincianna hotel
on the Beach .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis
have returned to Atlanta after
visiting Mr. Lewis' parents
here The Leo Chaikens are
vacationing in Tennessee and
North Carolina Mrs Pauline
Rappaport returned to the city ,
Wednesday after vacationing
in Washington, D. C, New York
and New Jersey .
Miss Reva Romer will leave
Monday for a vacation in De-,
troit, Lansing, Mich., Minne-
apolis and Chicago Vaca-
tioning at Grossinger's in New
York are Mr. and Mrs. J Gerald
Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle ... Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin and sons, Josh and
Dick, returned from vacation-
ing in Connecticut .
After a wedding trip through
Georgia and Florida, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Cohen are stopping at
the Cadillac hotel for a few
months. Mrs. Cohen is the
former Claire Estelle Weitz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Weitz, 4201 Royal Palm ave.
. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rotbart
of Chicago are visiting Mrs.
Rotbart's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sherry, on the Beach
. Ensign LeRoy Collegeman,
1616 Drexel ave-, has been re-
leased from naval service in
Jacksonville .
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
MISS SPERLING NAMES
SEPTEMBER DATE
Mr. ami Mrs. William Sperling,
(11.i s W 25th rd., announce the
merit <>f their daughter,
Charlotte, to Julius Baida, son of
,.,. Morris Baidas, 705 14th st.
Date -I their wedding has been
,it i r Sept. 29 with a dinner for
th immediate family following.
After a trip to New York, the
couple will reside in Miami.
Miss Sperling attended schools
in N< W V, rk and moved h. re
With her family eight years ago.
Her fiance was recently dis-
cl arged from the Marine corps
afti : four years' service in the
S.mth Pacific. H, is a uraduate
, f Miami Beach High sehool.
Beach Couple Return
From Cuban Honeymoon
Miss Joan Marcus, daughter of
Mr. and Mis. Irving Marcus. 6844
Harding ave.. was married to
David Less< r, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Lesser, of 510 W. 31st st.,
also of Miami Beach, Monday.
After a nip to Cuba, they are
,,>. at the Beach. Mrs. Ed-
ward Kaplan was matron of
honor and Harvey Blank was
best man at their wedding.
Mrs. Lesser was graduated from
the Lear school and attended the
University of Miami. Her hus-
band attended schools in Boston
and is a member of B'nai B'rith
and of the American Legion.
MISS KENDEL REVEALS
MARRIAGE PLANS
Wagner's Kosher Delicatessen & Restaurant
1425 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
STEAKS and CHOPS A LA CARTE
HEBREW NATIONAL PRODUCTS
PHONE 58-9357 Dietary Laws Observed
A wedding attended by their
liate families will unite
Mi s Ruth K.ndel and Allen
Fonoroff on Sept. 1 at the Shel-
borne hotel. Rabbi Max Shap,iro
will officiate
Mis David Koller will he ma-
tron of honor and Bernard Fon-
oroff. < f Chicago, will serve as
lii.-t nan. A reception and din-
ner will follow the ceremony.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kendel, 334 20th st.. Miss Kendel
attended the University of Miami
and was graduated from the Uni-
versity of North Carolina in 1945.
Mr. Fonoroff. son of Mr. and
Mis. I.Muis F* noroff. of Washing-
ton. D. C. is attending the Uni-
vir.-ity of North Carolina follow-
ing threi and a half years' ser-
vice in the Army. He formerly
attended George Washington uni-
v. i.-itv.
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For Son's Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubinstein.
1829 S.W. 21 st., are in New York
where their son, Martin, will be
married to Miss Sandra Hoffman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Hoffman, of New York, in a
formal ceremony Aug. 31 at the
St. George hotel.
Bob Rubinstein of Miami will
attend his brother as best man
and Sheila Berg, the bride's cous-
in, will be maid of honor. After
MISS HOFFMAN
honeymooning in Cuba, the cou-
ple will reside in Miami.
Among the Miami guests at the
wedding will be Mrs. Henry Ja-
eobson and daughter, Rhena; Mrs.
J. Kluger and son, Harold, and
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berger.
Miss Hoffman, who spent sev-
eral months with the Rubinsteins
in Miami this winter, attended
high school in New York and
was graduated from New York
university.
The bridegroom-elect was re-
cently graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami, which he at-
tended prior to the war. He
served for three years with the
Army and was stationed in the
Pacific area. He is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
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'Miss Schecter To Say
Vows At Beach SunA
Miss Evelyn Schecter,
of Mr. and Mrs. Charleid
will become the bride
Manhoff, son of Mr. and kj
man Man! off, at the Beta
syi a{ ..'5 p.m. Sunday i
Rabbi Joseph E. Rack :v|
dating.
After a honeymoon ml
the couple will reside is 1
Beach until their home
ami is completed. TSe
groom-i ilect will have
Greenstein as his best na
Miss Schecter was pad
from Miami Senior High I
and Mr. Manhoff attended!
in Philadelphia.
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Ly. AUGUST 23. 1946_
Uhj Girls Elected
B'nai B'rith Post
By TOBIE JACOBSKIND
Irene Jacobs, of Miami, and Miss Joyce Treskinoff, of
lSS d c., were elected to head the district B'nai B'rith
Women and B'nai B'rith Girls' organizations at the third
'l BBG convention held last weekend at the Betsy Ross
her BBG officers are Dorothy Golden, of Miami, first vice
Lf Helen Jean Rubin, of Washington, D. C, second vice
=nf Eleanoi Leon, of Norfolk, Va., treasurer; Donna Feld-
0f Miami, recording secretary, and Sara Rose Schwartz,
iami past prudent, counsellor.
BTitli Voung Wom-
Ivision, which .- -till in the
Ltiona! stage, elected only
Irman and a secretary. Miss
< Schaeffer, of the Beach, is
fc Miss Tobie
ikincl. "' Miami, was elect-
T ict newspaper.
Cesenting th district at the
[national convention to be
teept. 1 Cejwin in
fcrvis, N V.. are the Misses
f .. Joyce Tresk-
fjli.-s Vivian Schaeffer, Tobie
jskind. Terry Fishman and
!.:.( Jacobs
Ltter.d the BBVW sessions
[ conclave.
.,.- adopted
fcreatcr e In| be placed
[cultural I the B'nai
-five fold and full" pro-
Ana ward will be present-
1 conven-
i the chapter tl it has made
Dost progress in cultural
pei on among the
was di and ideas
lo.'i'etcd by thi delegates on
1 to improve and strengthen
US.
300 young people crowded
i of conven-
eadqua:'.' the opening
ting, Saturday,
i informal juke box dance.
and Duke, n < experts,
[ an exhil ition during the
Harold Turk was the
speaker at the luncheon at
Ritz Plaza hotel Sunday.
there were
IHarry Goi Mrs. Tillie
1 Mrs. Maurice
pan. Jack Ma ash and Mr.
ps.Milti n Fi Iman. Dele-
|set sail the Show-
lafter lunch Sunday for a
V'nfi tur.
1 v V tl forum, at
was the
L attended by
f S evening. A
I lasting till the
(ours of tl riing marked
f tradition.
ikes with "Welcome
IB nth Girls" w, re made up
pi'.v for the Monday after-
gncheon by Mrs. Al Nemetz.
,' past presi-
|MBn;,: B'rith Women of
t speaker
1 alia::'.
I'' I weekend was
V ..nd dance
... night at the Presi-
L Mrs. Joe
P Galax, Va., honorary
ft of the BUG district, in-
the new officers. Gifts
Panted Miss Gertrude
Jttf
ityii
"tot 3ood
Product*
K**d by lh.
fU PROVISION CO, lac
Phno 2-6U1
'H-W-'hATu.
Carnovsky, director of BBG work
in the district; Mrs. Goldstein,
Miss Schwartz, and Miss Fishman,
who was the convention city
chairman.
A musical comedy written and
produced by Miss Carnovsky was
presented at the closing banquet.
Over 90 girls from Baltimore,
Washington, Alexandria, Va.,
Norfolk, Richmond, Orlando,
Jacksonville, West Palm Beach
and Greater Miami attended.
dll PARTY
TO CLOSE DRIVE
A gala cabana and swim party
at the Evans Sea Gull Cabana
club, Miami Beach, to be held
7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening, will
climax the membership drive' of
the Miami Beach lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
In charge of the affair is Ar-
thur Kahn. A water show will
highlight the program and Manny
Gates and his orchestra will pro-
vide the music for dancing. Ama-
teur swim and diving contests
will be held with prizes for the
winners.
Assisting Kahn in staging the
affair are Harold Zinn, Walter
Kovner, Paul Green and Arthur
Frishman.
The lodge, organized in Jan-
uary, reports a total of 290 new
members signed up during its
first formal membership cam-
paign which was launched July
15. Total membership is now 720.
Jack A. Abbott, a past presi-
dent of Sholem lodge, headed the
drive and was assisted by Harold
Turk, Arthur Frishman, A. L.
Perper, Harry Zukernick, Walter
Kovner, Harold Zinn, Dr. Alex
Libow, Sol Goldstrom, Harry
Day, Isadore Tannen. Daniel
Broad and George J. Talianoff.
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An affair held recently at
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Miami vacationers benefited the
National Children's Cardiac
Horn.. Harry Saffer, national
I':' lent, stated this week.
Participating in the fund-rais-
ing event which started
tiififously were Otto Birn, Abe
Kurman. Samuel Cohen. Jim
Sh< :, Fred Wenner and other
Miarrrians.
Cohen is vie, president and a
member of the board of governoi ,
of the Cardiac Home.

PAGE THREE
Book Review Series
To Start In November
First event of the Miami Beaeh
Women's division, American Jew-
ish Congress Friday Review si lies
will be held Nov. 8, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, president, announced
this week.
Husbands of subscribers to the
series will be special guests at
one of the programs which may
feature a review f Sholem Alei-
chem's "The Old Country," Mrs.
Glasser stated.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will serve
as book p viewer. Tickets mi
purchased from a committee
I i "led by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry
or at the Bookworm shop in Coral
Gables.
Meetings of the division will
begin in October. Mrs. Glasser re-
ported.
KAPLAN ASKED
TO
OP
*^J23l**
LEON KAPLAN
Y Buys New Property,
Sets Special Meeting
Additional property on S.W.
Fifth st at Sixteenth ave. has been
purchased by the Miami Y for its
new buildings, Maurice Gross-
man, executive director, reported
Wednesday. The lot is 50 by 150
feet.
Details of the purchase will be
outlined at a special meeting of
the board of directors, called for
10:30 a.m. Sunday by Max R.
Silver, chairman of the board.
With all prospect cards rated,
the board Will proceed with plans
for its Oct. 15 to Nov. 15 capital
funds campaign. Henry Hohauser,
architect, will meet with the
board to discuss building plans.
Leon Kaplan, recently elected
president of the Miami Y, has
been asked to be chairman of a
session on adult programs at the
southern regional conference of
the national Jewish Welfare
board in Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept.
14 and 15. The request came from
Gus Jacobson, regional director.
Also participating in the con-
ference will be Maurice Gross-
man, executive director of the
Miami Y, who will be a discussant
in the professional session on the
relationship of the community
center to the total community.
Jack Marash, executive director
of the Beach Y, will be a discus-
sant in the session on "Towards
a Jewish Center Philosophy."
Grossman, as chairman of the
southern chapter of the National
Association of Jewish Center
Workers, has asked Marash to
be chairman of the program com-
mittee for the chapter's meeting
at the conference.
A number of the directors of
the two local Y's will attend the
conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz
entertained a number of friends
at their home, 2154 S.W. 22 St.,
Friday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wall,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wcinkle and
Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfcld.
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of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3. i'
Published Erery Friday Since 1927
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Miami 18. Florida, Friday, August 23, 1946
AV 26, 5706
VOLUME 19
NUMBER 34
WASTED EFFORTS
The new attempt of B'nai B'rith groups in Miami to create the
Metropolitan B'nai B'rith council fails to meet our approval.
Always advocating expansion to keep up with this area's
growth, we can see no justification for this new body.
New organizations do provide offices for office-seekers but
analysis of this contemplated setup reveals that those in the
forefront already hold sufficiently high and exalted positions
elsewhere. Should the council be born by virtue of the fact that
other towns have successful councils, proof for a local need has
yet to be shown. Nor has our intimate knowledge of B'nai
B'rith activities revealed sufficient growth or activity to necessi-
tate the hiring of a director to keep them in line.
It is our understanding a little while back that the division
of Sholem lodge and the formation of the Beach group and its
attendant auxiliaries, AZA's, girls" and junior groups, were to
eliminate the clumsiness of very large memberships. It would
provide opportunity for additional leadership and install a
spirit of competition that was healthy and desirable. The need
was evident by the increase of population and the geograph-
ical expansion of the two communities.
Now, just as this wise move begins to show results, comes
the plea for "coordinating" all the groups. From among all
the shallow reasons advocated in support of a council comes
the thought of channeling publicity of the daily press particu-
larly and other public relations aspects. If the present co-
operation of the ADL as offered and utilized locally can't direct
this phase without all the rigamarole of a director, meetings,
committees and officers, we have sorely underestimated their
ability-
Would the present groups of B'nai B'rith devote this precious
and scarce energy now directed to the formation of a Metropoli-
tan council to much more important phases of civic and Jewish
matters boldly facing all of us in our community, their efforts
would be much more productive and doubly appreciated.
THE HUMAN FOOTBALL
During the past year, following the cessation of hostilities,
each nation has begun the work of reconstructionrebuilding
homes, healing of wounds, re-establishing security on firmer
ground. How different is the situation of the lew. He cannot
return to a country where he has been ruined economically and
stripped of moral and spiritual energy, nor to a continent soaked
with Jewish blood and tears. Migrate to Palestine, the prom-
ised land? He may not. Its gates are closed while Great
Britain fights to maintain control over that strategic area. The
Jew, as always, is still the human football, punted and kicked
about on the gridiron of Europe
YOU CAN'T HATE AND BE BEAUTIFUL
PEARSON REVEALS
PALESTINE PLAN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ernment has not presented any
plan of its own for the solution
of the problem of Palestine. It
is the sincere hope of the Presi-
dent, however, that as a result of
the proposed conversations be-
twei n the British government and
Jewish and Arab representatives
a fair solution of the problem of
Palestine can be found and Im-
mediate steps can be taken to
alleviate the situation of the dis-
placed Jews in Europe.
-It is clear that no settlement
of the Palestine problem can be
achieved which will be fully satis-
factory to all of the parties con-
cerned and that if this problem is
to be solved in a manner which
will bring peace and prosperity
to Palestine, it must be approach-
ed in a spirit of conciliation.
it Is also evident that the solu-
tion i [ the Palestine question will
not in itself solve the broader
problem of the hundreds of thou-
sands of displaced persons in
Europe. The President has been
giving this problem his special
attention and hopes that arrange-
ments can be entered into which
will make it possible for various
countries, including the United
States, to admit many of these
persons as permanent residents.
"The President on his part is
contemplating seeking the ap-
proval of Congress for special
legislation authorizing the entry
into the United States of a fixed
number of these persons, includ-
ing Jew.-."
Press reaction to the statement
on Palestine by President Tru-
man varied greatly this week,
with some papers hailing his de-
cision to seek authorization for
the (ntry of additional refugees
into the United States, and others
charging that it contributed noth-
ing to solution of the Palestine
problem.
UNRRA TO EXTEND
AID TO THE DP'S
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
thousands of people now residing
in DP camps in Europe.
Appointment of Myer Cohen
as acting UNRRA director in
Germany was announced by
LaGuardia this week. Former
director of UNRRA repatria-
tion in Washington, Cohen suc-
ceeds British Gen. Sir Freder-
ick Morgan, whose statements
about an alleged secret Jewish
underground caused interna-
tional comment last winter.
LaGuardia said this week upon
his arrival in the British zone in
Germany that Jews fleeing Po-
land are entitled to UNRRA aid
as persecuted persons.
LaGuardia is quoted as deny-
ing knowledge of an alleged
statement by an official British
spokesman that UNRRA was aid-
ing the underground immigration
to Poland. Replying to questions
as to how UNRRA officials de-
termined who were persecuted
Jewish refugees and who were
:i embers of the Jewish under-
ground, LaGuardia said energet-
ically: "By God-given intelligence
and common sense."
Plan Outdoor Social
To launch its fall social season,
the Miami Y will hold a Labor
Day social on Monday evening,
Sepl 2. Entertainment, refresh-
ment.- and dancing to the music
of an orchestra will highlight the
affair which will be held outdoors
on the Y grounds.
"No Labor Labor Day" is the
theme of the affair. No adm.ssion
charge will be made.
vCou/tt*y Appreciate America, Ioe
rivenP an,d. Mrs- B" S Glasr ar-
w?th m M,!mi Sundav to visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser
eJl?hW,*UyCaPUlnGC
in iLr SUrgen 0f P^tology
m Rose General hospital, Utica,
fly to Cuba Tuesday for a wee
Sholem Lodge Short*
- NEWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI MfflB .
By Charles R. Jacobton
Summer time finds Sholem
Lodge in the midst of more activ-
ities than the panting Ben's can
cope withbut we're still roll-
ing!
Our dance at the President
Madison broke all records: an
official attendance-poll of 973
was made by Chairmen Sam Sil-
ver and Fred Shochet. A salute
to Ray Redman, publicity man
par excellence, for his assistance.
Provocative rumba music and a
sparkling floorshow contributed
to the terrific success of the eve-
ning. Dr. Harold Rand was espe-
cially terpsichoreanthe fanciest
rumba on the floor! Many B'nai
B'rith out-of-towners honored us,
including the President of the
Havana, Cuba lodge! Que tal,
amigo?
This column proclaims that (he
(hot) committee on public affairs
has done it again. This time
they've staged a debate for Tues-
day, Sept. 10th, 8:15 p.m. at the
Elks' club that will be long re-
membered as a real public serv-
ice. How's this for a subject pack-
ed with dynamite: "Resolved:
That an Aggressive Jewish Pol-
icy in Palestine is Justified."
The affirmative team of Jerome
Weinkle and Dan Satin have
barnstormed Florida's forensic
platform in the ol' college days
and form a smooth combination.
The erudite duet of Abe Arono-
vitz and Elry Stone will offer a
real challenge to the younger
lads, and the evening should at-
tract persons with all shades of
opinion on this vital subject.
Chr
irmunofthcd
irect
n let
J- Talianoff, director"".*'*
admits he haw.^ Bna!-
principal :.rgUmcnl T
Is >' 1" bo trtaw .^
*"* fo3f,to,M
" bif. I, uquet nf u
8"th Girls Group, wh*
we" say it anyway: nJI
troublesome toothach
wvuo.e.omc toothache and I
dred and one minor dis8J
ments and delegat^jj"
carried on. And everyone
the result. It was an
table convention. The l
banquet dances, and fy
ing trips w. nt 0ff per Ki.
Hats off to Terry Fishmaa,,
vention chairman, and com
lations to Miss Sara Rose i
wait/. n I her officers for i
well ii
Wit to the future,P
Pallot l\. appointed Sam J
and Milt Friedman
a gala H l< we'en dance.
31st. Wati h the news whim
Our V< rails' r.nd An
ism i ttee, headed
Satin ai 1 Elry Stone, ann'oo
that vets Still need aparta
flats and jobs. If you can I
assistance, phone the B'nai I
office
Your scribe hops a stream-i
Friday for Chicago to attends
important nuptials! Yah, yal
his own.
ii
Between You and Mel
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
THE PALESTINE ISSUE:
There are going to be a lot of
fire works at the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress in No-
vember over the Palestine parti-
tion plan submitted by the Jew-
ish Agency. This plan was de-
cided upon in Paris at the exe-
cutive session of the Jewish Ag-
ency and was adopted by 10 votes
to one, with two abstaining. .
The sole member who voted
against the plan was Dr. Emil
Schmorak, head of the economic
department of the Jewish Agen-
cy. David Ben-Gurion was one
of the two abstaineee. .
Some of the Jewish Aconcy
leaders actually had tears in
their eyes when they voted for
partition. However, they de-
clared that "the Yishur is tired"
and under such circumstances
the establishment of a Jewish
State in a partitioned Palestine
seemed to be the best solution.
The American delegates at the
meeting of the Jewish Agency,
including Rabbi Stephen S. Wise,
and the representatives of the
American Laborites, Mizrachi and
the Hadassah, all voted in favor
of partition. And that is why a
big fight will develop in Amer-
ican Zionist ranks when these
delegates return to New York,
since Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and
his followers are definitely op-
posed to the partition scheme de-
cided upon in Paris. .
All indications point to the fact
that Truman is taking into con-
sideration Dr. Silver's opposition
to this plan. The President ap-
parently feels that he ought to
consider the feelings of American
Jews before pressing Britain on
the Palestine issue beyond the de-
mand for the immediate admis-
sion to Palestine of 100,000 Jews
from Europe. The President
also believes that the partition
plan involves the establishment
of commissions to establish
boundaries and would result in
other delays while Jewish l
gees clai r immediate!
to Palestim .... At least tbij
what he said at a private!
talk to nl ite friends inter
in the Palestine question a i
bcfoiv he left for vacation..

THE AMERICAN SCENE:
Jewish welfare funds will
no less than $150,000,000 thi?
. This is the concluski
which the Council of Jewish!
oration- and Welfare Funds a,
after a careful study of tstj
sponse of the Jewish com*
ties thiMi-h..utthecountrfW
emergent y meds of 1946. ,
than 130 Spring cairpaipsi"
havc r $82,OM.0M
far. with iy 35 complete, .j
The average increase J
results is a little over Wl
cent, but in many cities*]
cease is much larger W
average In Buffalo W '
SS is over 600 J c^
Dayton it exceeds 400p
and likewise in numerous!
cities.
On the cultural frwj4^
shortage of Jewish tec f
ported from ^JM
least G4.2 per cent o the j
dpd Jewish 5Ega
Unit.d States, each having!
more congregation*,**
teachers for their ^
day schools. Int ,
number of -*5jU.
pals these "*, ,
for the coming! sen u
503. The eight major j
seminaries graduated =2
ers in 1946. $*
Speaking *ffiU|
esting to note thatJh.n |
W **} TKunV
twenty cities in tn < ^
are participating in ^^
Retiren ent Hian- ffjtjj
eml by this plan" w|
their contr.buUoniP:eirl,
mCnt should they Ie
tions.


I AUGUST
23, 1946
*Jenisti fkrrtitn
JipeaMtig,
Lo "om pA0E 2)
fer is in Jackson
t hospital recovering
ISl receded sev-
bks ago
Mrs. Al Green and
tae in HendersonviUe.
I Mr and Mrs- Joseph
and family will return
I Monday ^m
recuperating after an
1 at Victoria hospital
Ls Damensieln is in
Ek and will return in
[week Joe Kolber
udav fr a business
flew York. Before his
E will visit his family
hq in Birmingham .
|d Mrs. Sam Reiner and
[Mrs Abraham Levitan
(week for a two-week
keff York ... Mr. and
fca Raphael have re-
tem New York Mae
k, of the Lincoln Trim-
k' has left for an ex-
[buying trip in New
Pie will return Sept. 15.
iKatherine Pcretzman.
j st, left Iiiday by
Er Atlanta to join her
[Mr. and Mrs. C. M-
nn, vacationing there.
L Mrs. I. H. ttneberg
[turned to their home,
\ st, from New York
ey attended the wed-
[Mrs. Fineber j's sister,
Idle Schatzberg, and
JO. Klinghoffer. The
Ipcients, Mr. and Mrs.
TSchatzberg, have also
1 Miss Hermain
winter resident and
lot the University of
s vacationing here be-
jning to her home in
.e to complete plans for
tedding to Robert Mar-
cus of Miami Beach. After
their marriage, the couple will
live on the Beach.
Mrs. Seymour Satin, 7842 Ab-
bott ave., and daughters, Mary
Ellen and Marcia, have re-
turned from seven weeks vaca-
tion in New York city Mr.
and Mrs. George Bertman will
fly Saturday to Wisconsin
where they plan to spend most
of their time fishing. Mr. Bert-
man will fly back to attend the
state B'nai B'rith convention in
Tampa the weekend of Sept. 1.
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow
flew to Chicago Saturday night
for two weeks during which the
doctor will do some research in
one of the hospitals .
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein
returned to Miami from a trip
which took them to Chicago,
Long Beach, Fresno, Hollywood,
Los Angeles, Denver and St.
Paul Home from New York
are Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman Mrs. Max Sha-
piro has returned to Miami
after a two-month stay in New
York where she visited with
relatives and friends. Mr. Sha-
piro joined her there Harry
Schwartz has returned from a
business trip which took him
throughout the state.
Mrs. Sara Bobinsky and
daughter, Delores, of 1553 S. W.
Seventh St., are visiting in New
York where they will attend the
wedding of Mrs. Bobinsky's
daughter, Eleanor, on Sept. 1.
A series of dinners and parties
have been arranged by their
friends and relatives Mrs.
Sonia Levitt, of 835 N. W. Sev-
enth rd-, returned from a three-
month stay in New York, Bos-
ton, Philadelphia and Atlanta.
While in New York she attend-
ed a convention of a Jewish
Lithuanian organization .
PAGE FIVE
Frledmans To Return
To Palestine In Fall
n Sort To y, r*r
iTruntrt I Tntfltfc tM.
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Phone 3-0789
BOSTON GIRL NEEDS ROOM
In a nice Jewih home in the South-
west or Coral Gables in order to
enter the University of Miami in
the fall. Will share room with
teen-age girl if necessary. Contact
Mrs. Harold Bashwiner, Jefferson
Hotel Dining Room. 5-1141.
If THE Osdeind
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..SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE ;f
JUST RESTING
Louis Heiman writes from the
Copake Country club in Crary-
ville, NY., that he is having a Despite the troubled situation
pleasant vacation with his wife in Palestine, Cantor and Mrs. A.
and family. "No law business, s- Friedman will return to the
no community workjust rest," I Holv Land ir> November to make
he says Miss Joy Kopelo-'their Permanent home near Jeru-
witz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- salem-
M. J. Kopelowitz, returned Fri-' Thoir son, Nathan, expects to
day from an eight-week vaca-!leave for Palest'ne next month,
tion in Evansville, Ind., and St Tno Friedmuns lived in Pales-
Rabbi and Mrs. Murrav lT frm 1933 tl" 1937 and own'
Grauer rPtnmoH T.,Q^^^ -. '' an orange grove there. Look-
from a RvTiJ Jmgnt ins forward to hi* WP. Cantor
YnrV u ^Ca'T "? FriJn ^id he may settle on
New York. He is affiliated with a farm.
the Miami Jewish Orthodox rt .
connrpnntinn Mi., d .u cantor Friedman, who is as-
SShi a ; M RUuh sociated with the Beth David con-
h ?JelPn'a.1S,.!he B^ation, returned from New
houseguest of Miss Ruth Wol- York this week with his wife alter
kowsky. Both will leave Miami making arrangements for the trip
Sept. 15, Miss Levine for a which they will make by boat,
drama school and Miss Wol- ---------------------------
M^chtanTnI6 S^V BowerY Night T Star
Michigan, to resume her qradu- o- ur_i>
ate music training. Her guest blnain<3 Waiters
is a graduate of the University c. ., ... ,
of Pennsylvania ... **"* W81te" *?** ",I
.. at the Bowery Night dance to be
Mrs. Morton S. Fagan and held at the Miami Y Sunday eve-
j her daughter, Mrs. Edward ning by the Emanon club. Guests
, Axlrod, are vacationing in will attend in Gay Ninety cost-
Sharon Springs, N. Y., and will tumes and dance to the music of
j return for the holidays Max Sherwood Lavine's orchestra in
; Hoffman left this week for Hen- a bowery atmosphere,
dersonville- His wife, who has Sam Greenstein is in charge of
been visiting her family in Long arrangements. Admission will be
Beach, N. Y., will join him there 6^ ccnts Per Person.
and they will return for the
j holidays Mr. and Mrs. Jack
I Pallot are in New York and will
! visit in Trenton, N. J. to attend
1 the wedding of their niece.
j They will return for the holi-
days Their daughter, Miss
J Sonya Belle Pallot, just return-
ed from a five-week stay in
Trenton, New York, Philadel-
phia and the mountains .
Miss Velma Abraham left
Sunday for Savannah to join
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Abraham, who are making
their home there. She motored
up with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Stone who will continue to
Memphis, Chicago and Cali-
fornia Mr. and Mrs. Max
Balenoff, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
spent two weeks at the Poinci-
anna hotel to celebrate their
11th wedding anniversary.
They spent a week with Mr.
Balenoff's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Balenoff, of 3199
S. W. 26th st.
SHOLEM LODGE LISTS
GUEST SPEAKERS
A number of guest speakers
have been lined up for the B'nai
B'rith Sholem lodge luncheons by
William Pallot, acting chairman.
Next speaker will be Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman, who will ad-
dress the lodge next Friday at
the Downtown club restaurant.
Subsequent speakers will be Jess
Yarborough, city recreation direc-
tor, Sept. 13; Fred K. Shochet,
publisher of the Jewish Floridian,
Oct. 11; Publisher John Montgom-
ery, early in November.
Judges George Holt and Ross
Williams have also been invited
to speak.
Regular luncheon meeting will
be held at 12:15 p.m. today in ttfie
Downtown club. Joseph Lipton,
president of the Dade Federal
Savings and Loan association,
will speak on "Housing Loans for
Veterans."
Picnic, Elections Set
Picnicing at Greynolds Park
Sunday will be members of the
Beth Sholom Fratority. The club,
composed of young men and wom-
en between the ages of 18 to 25,
will elect officers Tuesday eve-
ning at th Temple.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
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Life Insurance Estate*
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Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer on their 24th wed-
ding anniversary, a group of Miamians feted the couple Aug.
15 at a party at Grossinger's in New York, where the Singers
are vacationing.
Among the guests were Sam Blank. Dave Blank, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz and the Singers'
son, Lawrence. Their two daughters are attending camp in
Maine.
Mi. Singer is a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and served as chairman of the 1946 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign. He is chairman of the Mt. Sinai
hospital coordinating committee and a former vice president
of the Miami Y.
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^^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
101 8. W. First Street
S327 N. Miami Aye.
.3539 N. W. 17th Ave.
945 Filth Street
Phone 5-5369
1840 Alton lload
I'h,hi.. 5-9724
fJe^}f!S!!j^!L
Bride's Mother, Sister
To Be In Wedding Party
The Antilla hotel. CorJ Gables
will be the -scene of the wedding
of Miss Phyllis Schulman and
Abe Leon Kamenoff at high noon
Sunday. Rabbi Morris Skop of
Orlando will officiate at the cere-
mnv winch will unite the daugh-
ter of the Harry Schulmans of
Coral Cables and the son of Mr
and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff of
Orlando.
Miss Madeleen Schulman will
be her Slater's maid of honor and
their mother will serve as matron
of honor. Jack Kamenoff will
be bis brother's best man. Ush-
ers will be E. Albert Pallot and
Arthur Kahn.
After a family dinner, the cou-
ple will take a five-week motor
trip north before making their
home in Orlando.
In Miami for the ceremony are
Mr. Kamenoffs parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Burke, Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Pallol and son, Norman,
of Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. J.
Wolf and Miss Ida Wolf of Aiken.
S C; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf of
Johnston, S. C.
Other out-of-town gu< sts will
be Dick Sherman, Newark, N. J.;
Mr. and Mrs. N. Wolf and Mr.
and Mis. A. Diner, Lakeland, Fla.;
Leonard Wolf. Patcrson, N. J..
and Jack Moss and Philip Mar-
shall of Trenton, N. J.
Freedmans Repeat Vows
On 50th Anniversary
Repeating a ring ceremony
which took place a half century
ago will highlight the golden
wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob M. Freedman, 500 15th
st., Miami Beach, in a reception
and dinner celebration at the
Versailles hotel, Saturday eve-
ning. Rabbi Colman Zwitman
will officiate at the ceremony.
Married in New York city
Aug. 23, 1896, Mr. and Mrs. Freed-
man will observe the 50th anni-
versary celebration with the pres-
ence of many family members,
including Barbara Ruth Ross,
daughter of Mrs. Sidney D. Ross
and granddaughter of the cele-
brants.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner, son-
in-law and daughter of the Freed-
mans, will be hosts. Guests will
also include David Fenton and
family, Miami Beach; the Misses
Ethel and Dorothy Freedman.
Mrs. Louis Kemper, Theodore
Freedman, Susan Fenton and
Maxine Kemper, of Newark, N. J.
Also expected from Guam island
is a grandson, Victor Jay Kemper,
of the United States Navy.
Mr. Freedman is 70 years of
age and his wife, the former Ida
Hodes, is 69. Former residents
of Newark, the couple now lives
in Miami Beach.
FRIDAY,
STUDENT
AUGUST j
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Modelingboy
l"*8 '^h school sw
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the store's hieh \
Sam Geltner. *!
MIRIAM FEIT ATTENDS
HABONIM CONVENTION
Miss Miriam Fcit, president of
the Miami Beach Habonim, is at-
tending the national organiza-
tion's convention in Ann Arbor,
Mich.
The 18-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, of Miami
Beach, Miss Feit has been in
Maryland and New York since
July and will visit in Detroit be-
fore returning here to enter her
sophomore year at the University
of Miami.
While in Maryland, she visited
at Camp Mosh near Annapolis.
where many young men and
women who belong to the Hccha-
lutz arc training for their event-
ual trip to Palestine.
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For Junk or Wrecked Cars
For Badly Needed Parts. Call
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Electrical -Appliances for the Home
"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.
Better order before prices
advance. We store un-
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23, 1946
the
I AUGUST
hers Announce Troth
{Daughter To Rabbi
M r H Fisher, 5925 La Gorce dr., announce
|and a nnnroaching marriage of their daughter, Marj-
emeu!.aWward Zerin, son of Mrs. Ida Zerin and the late
Pftlta of Wilmington, Del,
ph i,eiu. Miami ^0^ Senior High school and the
Wa ,MiChiqnn, Miss Fisher also has studied at Columbia
piiy olJ: teceiv'ed her bachelor of arts degree in journal-
ity' l n in February, and remained at the university
te,m as a graduate student. In addition to ob-
Spnnnalistic experience on the staff of the Washtenaw
* Jknislilkridiriri
PAGE SEVEN
J
Mich.,
l short story writing and
vacationing
Wilmington
his bachelor
Zerin. now
attended
, and received
degree at the University of
ff where he was afnli-
,h Ph> K^pa Phi, hon-
sU lastic society. Prior to
pSStheclafofWJI
fiebrcw Union college, Cm-
Ohio, he served during
hrtime emergency asi re;
Lt rabbi at Mount Sinai
Sioux City, la., and at
Beth El, Steubenville,
[and also conducted bi-
Wrvices at Henderson
Irotfboro, Ky. and Zanes-
3hio. .,
|a.- also a member of the
Religious school faculty
iRcekdale Avenue Congre-
Cincinnati, while attend-
, seminary. Elected to the
cf assistant rabbi at the
[Hebrew Temple, St. Louis,
will assume his duties
wedding will take place
ami Beach late in Decem-
Ernest Katz Named
Legal Aid Attorney
Ernest I. Katz has been ap-
pointed legal aid attorney by the
Dade County Bar association. A
graduate of the Florida Military
academy and the University of
Florida, he also attended George
Washington law school for a year.
On his discharge from the
Army, he opened offices in the
Postal Pacific bldg. Ht is a mem-
ber of the Harvey Seeds post,
American Legion, the Junior
Chamber of Commerce and the
American Veterans committee.
He succeeds Max R. Silver as
legal aid attorney.
COHEN APPOINTED TO
STUDY AGED CARE
Charles Cohen, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Social Serv-
ice bureau, has been appointed to
serve on a continuation commit-
tee which will study needs for
regional care of the aged.
A meeting of representatives of
southeastern communities will be
held in the near future in Atlanta
to determine lutury action in the
aged care field.
LhCJAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the hvtilloui name ol
'"M..U MiY CLEANElttt, .a 1420 0
tt mii Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to
reglatei said name with the Clerk ur
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Floi Ida.
BENJAMIN BECK
WALI.V STEINBERG
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Petitioners.
8/16-23-30 8/6-13
.suiici. is tummai uiVE-> tn...
ihe uuuersigiieo, ueaiiltig io engage it.
liusliiesa Uuuel Luc llwimuua luuue o.
il.^U' .VI. 1I.W.W.IIJAG I.U.ill'.l.M,
.u ..11.111.1, i-'iuiiua, luteuufl io reglstei
adiu name uim tue l.hk o. in
ciicuu couii oi uaue Counij, Kioriuu.
alfuuij j.h.i.M..~.
sole owner.
./26 8/2-9-1C-23
Marjory Fisher
LEGAL NOTICES
DISCUSS BUDGET
.rated budget of the Jew-
icial Service bureau will be
at a meeting of the
[board of directors at 8 p.m.
V in Room 1002, Seybold
I'budget will later be sub-
(0 the Community Chest
fee in preparing its drive
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE! HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltloua name <>t
TROPICAL GLASS AND .MIRROR
COMPANY, at 7921 N. W. Beventh
Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend io res-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS MAKUER
OTTO FELDMAN
i it vim; moskowitz
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN.
Attornev for Applicant.
S/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uii.ui.-iuu.ii, desiring to engage in
business under the Hi tltloua name of
i.'.M'ii FABRICS COMPANY OF MI-
AMI, at IV N. W. 20th St., Miami,
Kin., intends to register Bald name,
v. 1th the Ulerk of the Circuit Court oi
Dade County. Florida
WILLIAM GOLDBERG,
Sole Owner.
8 23-JO 9/6-13-20
NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
nuslue&s under the flctltloua name of
wi.si BAY CO., at 1326 loth Street,
Miami Beai h, l lorida, Intend ty reg-
ister Bald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT I. TL'RCHIN
ABE Ki 'BIN* IN
THE! I] il IRE B, HANK' IFF
BETSY BARNETT
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Ait..i in> for AppUi .nits.
..... Lincoln Rd.,
Miami Beach, Fla.
v 16-23-30 8/6-X3
NO'llCE IS HLRLLIY U1VEN thai
i.iu iiiiii.-iAigneu, uesiruig iu engage lu
uuaiucsa Unuer in. i. luious name ui
.i..u..i.-...uwi; i.u.i.1 bjitiiVit i.. a<
mo lAjiuiia Avenue, Miami Leu.ri,
r i"i .'i.....ueua to regular saiu nauii
i.lltl til. i. K i.I llle UUCUU Co.il I
xt uaue County. Floriua.
i i.i. KKi .l.ll
Jai k MANUOPF
s/9-16-22-30
-> mi i. IS 11..i.i.i; i GIVEN Iliai
in. uiiUe'B,giieO, < >iih to uligage >>
uusiucsa unuer the iicuuoua name t*.
UA.\.< 1 ."-, .11 .|-|l .S. \* Jill "!..
..!..in.., i'1.1., iiuuiiuu lo regtater saiu
name with the I .!> ol me Circuit
Cuu.i ..I I'.ci. County, Florida.
DANIEL KALL1N.
Boie owner.
-.16-23-30 9/6-13
Noi ICE IS HEREBV GIN EN that
the uiiuerelgnuu, debiting tu engage In
business u.iuer the nctitioua name o.
itoot.ito i.iiimi.1 i.i..-, .a ui -s. Allami
AVeilue, -ii.ai.i.. i-.a., intend to leg-
latci .-.mi name with the Clei'g of tue
circuit Court oi Dade CouiilJ, fioiiua.
HERMAN lie BIN
I'.ir. a. RUD1N
MAX II. SILVER,
Attoniei ior Petitioners.
5/I1j-:J-jU '.l/ti-13
IN COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 17132
RE: Estate of HERMAN H. DLD-
LOFf, deceased. >-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed inv llnal reiKirt and petition for
Final Discharge as Administratrix of
the estat,- of HERMAN H. DEDIAJFF.
deceased; and that on the aoth das of
September, linii, will apply to the
Honorable W. F. lilanton. County
Judge of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said final report anil for
final discharge as Administratrix of
the estate of Herman H. D,dioff, de-
ceased.
This ltith day of August. 3946.
CEDLIDA M. DEDl^iiFF
MAX II. SILVER.
Attorney for Administratrix.
i/23-30 K/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that
ill.- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fiititouS-name of
A-/ SUPER SECRET*ROIL SER-
VIUE, at 22:t E. Flagler sti-eot. Miami,
Florida, Intend tu register said name
with the Clerk of the Cir. ultSt'ourt of
i lade 'oum v, Florida.
FRANCES ZWIllACK
OLGA ABERMAN
WALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Applicants
9/6-13-20
FOR
DCE OF APPLICATION
TAX DEED
ter J07M. Acta of 1911
Kile A-!''!-'.'
KE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
Irklnr. bolder I County Tax
tta So -' and 10*8. issued
h\ of June. AD. 1914. has
In my office, and hns
L n fol .. I ix deed to pe
Rbreon Said 'Vriiflcates em-
|the following described prop-
i the Counts "I Dade, State of
, to wit:
I", Block 129, Miami Shores
Its io, Pace 39,
County of Dade, State of Flor-
'i i i tlfioate No.
I : said prop-,
the said ricate Issued
i the name of s W, Wistney.
! Block 2, I! i is. us Place, a
Plat I'.....', ::. Page 11". In
nly of D ';- ti of Florida.
' te No. 403S.
...... iperty under
I C 111 i Iti i-- ii was lit the
ftf Ric Bombi
-hall lie re-
|* ordlng In law, the property
therein wll i sold to the
bidder al the Court House
[tt* first Monday In the month
J. AT) I i' which Is the
" I' 191
lthi !ll .!: nf August, 1946.
E. n. l.i:.\: H,'.i:\ian.
Plei in nit Court.
ByN r STERRETT, D.C.
P.Owt s. '.
1WI-1I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
HARRYS SANDWICH SHOP, at 72
N. W. 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. mvm KKMrlUAn
SAM K COHEN
FRANK E SOLOMON,
.Attornev for Applicants.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
Norici: IS HEREBY OIVBN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fn-tiH"Us tame"
BUST1N IMPORTING COMPANY (not
inc ) at 184 N. K. 79th St.. Miami,
Fla..' intends t" reglater said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. .
FRANCES ltltOWN.
Sole Owner.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Petitioner.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
tiuslness under the Ilcllliuus name of
I'n i IIOLOS II AL1AN AMERICAN
REST AI RANT, at 186 Colllna Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to reg-
ister salil name with the Clerk of tile
Cueuil Court ol Dane County. Honda.
GUY L. ACCOLLA
MYERS, HEIMAN A.- KAPLAN,
Attorncya for Applicant.
l/l-g-16-23-30
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the mum.us name or
NA IU INAL CLEANERS AND LALN-
HKV. at 4369 S. W. Mh St.. .Miami,
Florida, intend to register saul name
with the Clerk ol Hie Circuit Court of
Daue County, Florida.
GEORGE J. RACHLIN
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH II'HICIAL < IU 1 1 I 1-N AMI'
FOR DADE OOOMTT. FLORIDA.
IN ailANCERY......
No. 102497
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAMUEL Q. KAHN.
Plaintiff.
PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN,
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: Phyllis Everett Kahn
Apartment B. 2 Weat 64th Street
NpW York New York ,
YU are hereby notified an^rdered
to appear to the Hill of Complaint fol
D
^r'of'sa'iiJ^Uil'orc
be taken as confessed bmImI yew.
Let this Order be published
week for four consecutive
The Jewish Floi idian. a
published In Dade County.
This
TlmBPT ''URT OF THE
"flTDIl IAL CIRCUIT IN AND
fHANVK,:'y''' NTV' KI'ORIDA-
losr Sa 102378
[KDER OF PUBLICATION
a. BLACK,
- Plaintiff,
[& black
ten.. Defendant.
u,,.!-'.', KuntiDA:
www D
, i Delaware
Lri .': "Miffed and ordered
,ii,\] the mil 0f complaint for
lS**3 t you In the above-
ii or before the 7th day
t\'',"""'wls'- the al-
iSJ" ""I of Co
Mvorce filed against you in the alve-
tyled cause on or be ..... ttM ,;,! u,.-
itherwise the ane-
Dateil:
1946.
E.
6th day
a
weeks In
newspaper
Florida,
of August
NOTICE is" HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned Is engaged In busi-
uess under uw flctltloua name o
CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at 801 West
Flaali i Street, Miami, Florida, and
Sand, to register th. said flctltloua
name in the office of the Clerk: of th
circuit Court of Bade County. Florida.
JACOli \\ Al.LAl I:.
Sole Owner.
GEORGE CHERTKOF.
Attornej for Applicant.
<.;i-lti-2o-a0 9/2
of
E.
intend
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersUsned. desiring to engage u
uualnesa under the flctltloua name
HERMITAGE HOTEL, at.480 N.
,.,: Avenue, Miami, Worlda.
,,, register said name with the cleik
,lf S* Circuit Court of Dade County.
'"''"""'hkssii: ADLBRBLUM
JA.K H KANE
SADIE A. KANE
ISRAEL BLOT8K1
\NN A. BLOTSKI
HARRY M. ELLIS
RUTH A. ELU8 Vuattm
MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Lessees,
j 2 '..-16-23-30
R LBATHERMAK.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
By R. H. RICE. JR-;
Deputy Clerk.
SAM SILVER.
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
1105 Congress Building,
Miami. Florida.
8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
^ ....... ,.. ..neaee ill
Sole
COOPERSMITH.
WAorney"for Applicant
S/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE is
HEREBY GIVEN that
ingaga m
taken
inpl lint
i.tes.sed against
|i'r''(!'','.'"! '" Publlahad once a
'i ,1, gJwWtan, a newspaper
Fp'' 1,'ti,''">. Florida.
fcu ,nl th day of August.
E
CfcS. ^ATHERMAN,
Br ? I the Circuit C
rtJ1 w. srrocKinri
.
Court.
"KING.
Deputy Clerk.
fnr
paTr*^
Court of Dade County. Floriaa.
HERMAN KALER
ELEANOR KALER
SAM SILVER.
Attorney for AppHcanta
HOT, Congress Bldg.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
IAX UilD
NOTICE la heiebj gi\en that Henrj
F. M.iinei, huldei as assignee of Cn>
..i .uianii tax Certificate Numbeieu
1634, oat* .1 tu.- jth da) '.t June, A.D.
i;m, has Hied said Cgruilcaie in mj
oil Ice, and haa made application i".
tax in .-.I tu lasue ihereou In accord-
ance uli ia>v. Saiu i ,i inn ate em-
uracei tin- following described prop-
erty, situated in Dane County, V......,
l'J-v\ It.
L.it 12 Bloi k 8, w. st End Park
Amended, 1'iat Book 6, page ll-'. In
tne City of .Miami, County of Dade.
state oi Florida.
i in- assessment of said propertj
under the Certificate issued was in hip
name ol Unknown. Unless s.u-i Cei-
tilicate shall be redeemed according
ti. law, tax deed will Issue thereon on
the 1Mb day ol September, A.D. 1946.
Dated this 13th nay of August. AH.
19)6.
ii iieiilt Curt Seal)
E. U. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
By N. C STERRETT. D.C.
8, 16-23-30 9/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 17887
in Re; Estate of HARRY' CLOTT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditora and All Persons
ilaving Claims or Demunus Against
.-.ii.i tistate:
inn, and each of you, are hereby
iiotliled and required to present any
.anus and demands which you, or
itner oi you, may have against the
estate of HARRY CLOTT, deci
..ii- "I .Miami Reach, Dade Counl>,
. Ii i a, i'. the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
.'ounty Judge of Dade County, and
.lie the same In his office 111 the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date ol the first publication
thereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal addresa of the claim-
ant ami ti be sworn to and presented
m aforesaid, or same will be ba red.
Bee Section l-'" of the 1933 Probate
Act.
LENA CLOTT,
As Administratrix of ti"- Estate
"i HARRY CLOTT, Deceased.
Fust publication on August 16th,
1946.
.1 KNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Administratrix.
'16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictltloun name ol
EDITH ROYCE, al 210 Andalusia Ave-
nue, Coral Gables, Florida, intends t"
register said name with the Clerk oi
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
'"""i,,a EDITH I. MAY.
Sole owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN,
Attorney s for Applicant.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13 ___________________
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
SHIRLEY GIFT SHOI'PE at 1I2..-A
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Cln uit Court of Dad>
County. Florida. _..__
WILLIAM A. ROENBERG
PAULINE ROSENBERG
ISAM' JOFFE,
Attorney for AppHcanta,
8-9-16-23-30 9/6______
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This la t" advise that the partnerahip
..f Theodore H. Robinson ami Homei
L. Hough doing business under tin
name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not
|nc ) Is dissolved and that the Mid
business will continue to be operate..
under said fictitious name as afore-
said Individually by the undersigned
' THEODORE H. ROBINSON.
Dated: Miami, Florida, August 9th.
1946.
IS tAC Jl IFFB,
Attorney for owner,
lulu Biscayne Kuildlng,
Miami. Florida,
v 8-16-23-30 9/6 ^_______
JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage n
ilness umler 'the flOtlUoua name f
N
the
busl
FAYS BAR
N. W. 27th
Fla., Intends
of
AND GRILLE, at 9901
Avenue, I>ade ,!<"'">
to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida _...
CORRINE 1-rSTEIN. ^^
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
7/26 8/2-8-16-23
Mid name "".,',, Couty. Florida.
""l U.V1S GERBfcR
MORRIS ORLIN
nil
MORR1
_nH 7AMFT & SIMON.
'ANto;nrys for Applicants.
8/2-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business ui.....r the flctltloua name of
KltlSTY MANUFACTURING Co. ,nol
i, i intend to register the said name
with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
tenle County, Florida.
HERBERT M KRISTALL
IRVING KELTON
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Applicants.
S/2-9-16-23-30__________________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
MM Avenue, Miami Beach,
tends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court
County. Florlda.x GOIJDSTEIN
HARRY DIETZ.
Attorney for Applicant.
Congress Bldg.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
Fla.. tn-
wlth the
of Dade
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
:.' ui':. rslgned, desiring to engai
iu im -- under the fii lltlous na
: -1.1: V MILLS, at mi Alton Road,
Miami Beach, intends to register said
lame with the Clerk of the Circuit
ii i of I lade County, Floi Ida.
RUTH l'.I.ATT
HARRY ZUKERNICK,
Attorney for Applicant.
- 16-23-30 9, 6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lie undersigned, desiring t" engage In
98 under the fictitious name Ol
VCME EXTERMINATING CO. (not
ne.i, at 3067 Mary Street, Coconut
Io.., Miami, intends to register said
lame with the Clerk of the Circuit
,'oui t of Dan. County, Florida.
THEODORE H. ROBINSON.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicant,
l"|n Biscayne Building.
Miami, Florida.
8/9-16-23-30 9/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS,
t 526 13th Street, Miami Beach, In-
tend to register said name with the
Ilerfc of the Circuit Court of Dade
'i.iinty. Florida.
JOSEl'H II. GOLDBERG
KATE GOLDBERG
I.MIItV ZUKERNICK.
Attorney for Applicants,
420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach.
1/9-16-23-80 9/6
IN COUNTY JUDGE8 COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. MS.'*
Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
leeeased.
MOTICE 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
if the .state of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
leeeased; and that on the 5th day of
September. 1946. I will apply to the
Hi.n..ruble W. F. BLANTON CVunty
ludgc of Dade County. Florida, for
ipproval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased.
This tilh day of August, 194C.
ARTHUR L. PAYNE.
Administrator.
MAX It. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
S/9-1C-23-30
NOTICE IS 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. Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAN ENGELBERG
QUENTIN SANDLER
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicants.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
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, Fla.. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Fla.
SHIRLEY FORMAN
SAMUEL LAP1N
Co-partners.
SAMUEL RUBIN.
Attorney for Co-partners.
7/26 8/2-9-16-23
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PAGE EIGHT
+JeistncrMton
Zionist Youth Groups
Map Joint Action
A joint political action com-
mittee was established by the
local Masada and Junior Hadas-
sah chapters at a meeting Tues-
day evening.
The committee, whose members
are Celia Dobrin, Selma Lewis, j j
Beverly Raphael, Mike Cooper,
Charles Freefield and Harold Sha-
piro, will coordinate political ac-
tivities of the two Zionist youth
groups.
First joint activity conducted
by Masada and Junior Hadassah
locally was a petition campaign
held last week protesting the par-
tition of Palestine.
The groups have decided to
hold joint meetings during the
critical Palestine situation and
are considering merging.
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Mr. and Mrs Joel Zalis, 1668 S. W. 14th ter., will be hon-
ored at an open house at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Zalis, 3414 Auchentroley ter., Baltimore, Md Sun-
day afternoon on the occasion of their silver wedding anni-
versary.
The coupb left for Baltimore this week with their four sons,
Stanley, Charles, Marvin and Edward.
Natives of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Zalis were married in
Washington in 1921 and moved to Miami in 1925. They are
active in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Mrs.
Zalis is immediate past president of the Miami Women's
Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged.
CIO Leader To Address
Miami Youth Groups
Charles Smolikoff, Florida di-
rector of the CIO, will discuss
"Labor Looks to Youth" at the
fifth and final event in the Voice
Youth scries Sunday evening
Sept. 8, at the Miami Y.
Charles M. Freefield of Masada
will be chairman of the program
which will commemorate Labor
Day. A recording and a motion
picture will be presented.
The organizations sponsoring
the series are the Anti-Defama-
tion league, B'nai B'rith Youth
organization, Bureau of Jewish
Education, the Miami and Beach
Y's and the Zionist Youth com-
mission.
TAMAR CLUB INVITES
WIVES TO MEETING
Wives of members of the Ta-
mar Men's club will be special
guests at an open meeting to be
held at the Schaarei Zedek Tal-
mud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st.,
8:30 p.m. Thursday, Murray J.
Shulman, president, announces.
Samuel Brambier, social activi-
ties chairman, will be in charge
of the social affair.
The club is an affiliate of the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation.
AUGUST,
^?Schat2Si,
^deofNavyVeJ
Mr- and Mr7s!7
, who l^yi
Park --i Sufl
ty on july 14> ^^Jj
jhomc *> Ph*i*i
their wedding w tt
5"; ""man Schiuh '
National hotel, Miami H
Mrs. Irving H. Fined
e< her sister, ami r/21
l^'. was best man. 11
Mrs. Klinghoffer J
Ppnced* Leon H|gh U
the Univeraity 0j u ;
husband, son of Mr IS
Khnghoffer, attend^'
Tsity of Pennsy|
Wharton School f a2
was a member of Beta Sia
Beta Gamma Sigma,
Gamma Nu, honorary i
societies. He served" 1,1
and one-half years with J
in the Pacific.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Berko,
brated their third anm
Friday night with friendsd
Clover Club. Guests werel
Mrs. Walter Mackau, H
Mrs. AbeBerkowitz,Mr,
Sam Tendrich, Miss
Berkowitz and Sol
! MISS DOLSKY PLANS
WEDDING IN CHICAGO
Miss May Dolsky and Kenneth
Braidman will be married in Chi-
cago Aug. 25. her par. nts, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Dolsky, 1430 S. W.
Fifth St., ami. unced this week.
Miss Dolsky attended Florida
State College fen Women and the
University of Miami. Her fiance,
son of the Louis Braidmans, of
Chicago. s< rved three years in the
Coast Guard.
The ei uple will live in Miami
after a short stay in Chicago.

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>k Food
,nw (JTA)An appeal
PRn Jews residing in
fenc in Germany ask-
Fitish! mrnts of food be
kSSSSely has been
KyC American Jewish
*V The P'". signed by
RS, Auerbach, president
SMcommunity or,.nj
IThe British zone, pointed
[I German J.^ws living in
Ki towns have consider-
ts to "t 'nan Jews m
\\ camps-

Kz and Belsen. Help the
I inint Distribution com-
|C ontnbut,ng food, par-
H?fats, meat and flour, so
K may survive these dark
, lhe appeal said,
towing is the daily ration
,North Rhine province, ac-
to Dr. Auerbach:
Unoes bread, 1/10 ounce
jL-e i/2 ounce meat, 1'3
fn-alk.2 1 1 3 ounces vege-
I 12 ounce sugar, 1 l'
1 cereals, 1 2/3 ounces fish,
bnce butter, 115 ounce
L a i/2 ounces potatoes,
wee marmali.de, 2/15 ounce
coffee and one cigarette.
Ice Jews are entitled to a
L'S ration card, they are
L a weekly supplement of
tunces of butter, 6 2'3 ounces
| and 26 2 3 ounces bread.
Lr even this meagre diet
L'to be reduced by a 50
L cut in fats and meats.
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PAGE NINE
CAMPERS AT PLAY ON MIAMI Y FIELD
[FRANK DIES
\TTANOOGA
Ibi Morris A. Frank, 40, first
ih chaplain to enter Ger-
f during the war, died sud-
\ of a heart attack early this
j in Chatannoga, Tenn,
[the time of his death, the
1 was serving at' the Gay
Synagogue in Nashville,
py after his discharge from
jay last winter, he visited
Kami Beach and was guest
ler at a number of local
"Bet you can't do this," lhe young lady standing on her hands in the top picture dares her
fellow Miami Y campers. Other camp grou ps are pictured below taking part in basketball
and Softball practice on the Y's athletic field. The Y's eighth day camp season closes today,
but supervised activities for children will continue there daily until public school opens.
Sisterhood To Sponsor
Templeton Concert
Alec Templeton, famous blind
pianist, will be presented at a
concert sponsored by the Temple
Beth Sholom Sisterhood Jan. 8
in the Miami Edison High school,
it was announced this week by
Miss Ruth Brotman, who has ar-
ranged the event.
Proceeds from Mr. Templeton s
concert will be used for the Tem-
ple building fund.
Miss Brotman also announced
two other concerts that she has
arranged. The first will be the
presentation of the Westminster
choir, directed by John Fmley
Williamson, at the White Tem-
ple Oct. 30, and the other will be
a recital by the duo-piano team
of Braggiotti and Chaikin.
Radio Drama To Depict
Jewish Martyr's Hymn
"I Believe, I Believe," a radio
drama based on the Jewish mar-
tyrs' hymn, will be presented on
Station WIOD at II a.m. Sunday,
Aug. 25, on the Eternal Light pro-
gram sponsored by the Jewish
Theological Seminary.
Written by Norman Rosten, the
play tells the story of the hymn
which originated in the ghi ttocs
of eastern Europe and is now
spreading through the Jewish DP
camps and Palestine.
Using as its text a paraphrase
of a section of Maimonides' Thir-
teen Principles of Faith, it illum-
inates the agony and faith of Hit-
ler's victims. Rosten's story tells
of the appearance of the song
that welded the strength of the
heroes of the battle of the War-
saw ghetto.
!
BEST CAMPERS
Sonya Rimm, 10 year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Rimm, 2440 N.E. Second ave., was
named best camper of the Miami
Y during the closing exercises
Wednesday afternoon.
Other awards were made to
Ann Fisher, outstanding senior
girl; Lee Stein, outstanding inter-
mediate girl and Judy Abbott,
outstanding junior girl.
Named outstanding among the
boys' groups were Howard Fein-
man, senior; Melvin Tartasky,
intermediate; Bernard Weiner,
junior. Best midget was Larry
Marks.
Miss Eisner won an additional
prize for being outstanding in
arts and crafts and Weiner was
also a double prize winner, re-
ceiving his second award for ex-
cellence in Hebrew.
Leah Bernstein won an award
for arts and crafts and Sandra
Rubenstein and Howard Tisk re-
ceived prizes for their work in
the camp's SOS drive for sup-
plies for overseas survivors.
Prizes were distributed by Mrs.
Ben Essen, chairman of the Y's
home camp committee. Guest
speaker was Leon Lieberman,
first chairman of the committee.
Highlights of the program were
exhibitions by the Hebrew and
dramatics groups and the danc-
ing class which performed sev-
eral Palestine numbers.
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jiami Beach. His wife, Mrs.
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chaplain to enter Paris
J its liberation. Rabbi Frank
also a principal speaker in
irst radio broadcast by Al-
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pm originated in Aachen.
[graduate of the University
f icago, he attended the He-
Theological college there
received his rabbinical de-
lfrom the Jewish Theologi-
Vminary, New York, in 1935.
Jn'ivors include his widow
[their seven year old son.
tial
was in Chatanooga.
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jBar Mitzvas of two young
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P1 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sand-
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MISS KATZ MARRIES CINCINNATI ENGINEER
Miss Frances Rose Kalz became the bride of Samuel Cohn
Julv 23 in Temple Israel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman oi-
ficiating. Only members of the immediate family were
present. ,
Following the ceremony the bride and groom were hon-
ored at an informal cocktail party at the home of the bride s
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Nankin. The wedding
party then proceeded to the Park Avenue restaurant where
the bride's parents were hosts at dinner.
Mrs. Cohn, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Katz, 510 S. W. 22nd rd., was graduated from Miami Senior
High school and attended the University of Miami art school.
Mr. Cohn, son of Mrs. Goldie Cohn, of Cincinnati, attended
the University of Cincinnati and was recently discharged after
serving two and a half years in the Army. He is now
associated with a Cincinnati firm as a field engineer.
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. RepreaentatlYe)
+Jeist flcrktiar)_
Miss Kirshner to Say
Vows In Nashville
The Woodmont Country Club
in Nashville, Tenn., will be the
scene of the wedding of Miss
Roslyn Francs Kirshner and
H, ward E. Lav.ne Thursday Mr.
Uvine is the son of Mrs. Minna
Lavine, 2117 S.W. 5th st., Miami.
A reception at the Country Club
will follow the ceremony.
The bride's sister, Bernadine,
will be the maid of honorf and
Norton Pallot of Miami will be
best .nan. The couple will reside
in Nashville after a wedding
trip.
Miss Kirshner was graduated
from West End High school in
Nashville and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Mr. Lavine attended Gordon
Military college and also the Uni-
VI rslty of Florida prior to his
enlistment in the Navy. Upon
his discharge, he continued his
studies at the University of Mi-
ami.
Henry Herzenberg. brother of
Mis. M. Schrebnick, left Monday
for his home in Jacksonville after
visiting with her for six weeks.

Miss Faye Canter and Miss
Hannah Blumberg represented
the B'nai B'rith Stars chapter of
B'nai B'rith Young Women this
week at the district convention
held in Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg,
owners uf the Pioneer store, re-
turned after a combined business
and pleasure trip of six weeks to
New York and the Carolinas.

Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has
begun construction of a house on
L st. near Georgia ave.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crystal
returned from their honeymoon
in the North and Canada. They
are living at 636 Datura st.

Mrs. Al Alterson is in New
York on a combined business and
pleasure trip.
Ben Ryder is recovering from
a stomach ailment.
>
Gilbert Balkin, field service
representative of the Florida re-
gional office, Anti-Defamation
league, will address the Palm
Brae:, lodge, B'nai B'rith. Tues-
day evening at Temple Beth El.
While lure, he will conduct a
field service survey on the rela-
tionship of the Jewish commun-
ity to the total community.
Leon Lundy and Bride
Honeymoon In North
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lundy who
arc honeymooning in Philadel-
phia. New York, and Atlantic
City, were married at the Cadal-
lac hotel Aug. 11. Mrs. Lundy is
the former Miss Beverly Leavitt,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Goldberg, 1575 Washington ave.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman offi-
ciated at the ceremony.
Joan Heile was the maid of
horn r. and Martin Lundy was
best man for his brother. A re-
ception followed the ceremony
at the hotel.
Mr. Lundy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Lundy, 1329 Pennsyl-
vania ave., attended schools in
Philadelphia and was in the
Army for three years. Mrs. Lun-
dy attended schools in New York
city.
On their return from their five
week trip, they will make their
home at the Beach.
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war and until a few months ago
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Doros. The newlyweds are mak-
ing their home at 223 S.W. 11 St.
The bride is formerly of Bayonne,
N.J. Dr. Fromm is originally from
Pittsburgh.
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ami Beach lodge 0(Bv ^
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volunteer campaign worked
two are the first to be sjg
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Next appointments winw|
division chairmen, who rj
named in the near future.f
budget committee, undo i
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Facts
PGE,TAL1ANOFF
.Reg,onal D'rec,or' Ant''
Lor oTnTifi'1,0,ring Hiu"
K publisher of a week-
1 per in thai community
K5 >bitter Tl :
Rheir feud reached a
Joint last week wtth
S count..-charges be-
with mounting fury.
L days ago. a new noie
Leted when a four-page
fc? appeared violently
E,the publisher. At the
[let us make our sland
Our concern is with re-
L ihe appearance of all-
Eiliar anti-Jewish ma-
fWe do not enter into
Lie merits of the con-
L sheet there is printed
dealing with the question
Kublisher's Jewish back-
TWhile he denies that he
L t|,c publisher's foes
[certain facts tending to
l is.
joint, howev( r, is that the
fcr's religion, whatever it
has no bearing whatsp-
Ithe controvei y. On the
land, the app ranee of
lorvonly tend! to foment
t disunity and ill will.
ir.e, 1945, Florida House
[232 became a law, mak-
Erime the publishing and
ig of scurrilous matter
|e identity i I the printer
dosed. Inasmuch as this
tntains no masthead, nor
kr identifying mark, it
|eem to be ii> violation of
(law. We n ti that this
notation has I een brought
attention i I the county
Is office, and t/e presume
ill investigate and pros-
I there has bi en a viola-
lour statutes,
ly event, irn spective of
':.'..-.. i,,\v, there
i a-violation of decency
' injection into the con-
of a story with anti-
I overtones.
2*
if the DESTf
PEARL BROTHERS INAU GURATE AIR SHIPMENTS
Kosher meat and delicatessen products are reaching Miami within eight hours after be-
ing sent horn the Chicago factory of the Kosher Zion Sausage company now that the Florida
Provision company has inaugurated airplane shipments-
Herman Pearl is pictured above unloading the first shipment of Kosher Zion products
with his son, Arthur, and his two assistants.
Mr. Pearl and his brother, .Harry, who operate the Florida Provision company, 1721 N. W.
Seventh ave., are exclusive wholesale distributors of Kosher Zion products in this area.
Increasing demand for these products necessitated the new service, the Pearl brothers
said. Customers are now assured a continuous supply of fresh Kosher Zion delicatessen from
neighborhood stores supplied by the Florida Provision company.
IN THE
GREATER MIAMI
HOUSES OF WORSHIP
MIAMI
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion (Orthodox), 590 S. W. 17th ave..
Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Maurice
MamchesKabalan Shabbos. 7 P.m.
Friday. Saturday morning services.
9 a.m. Mlncha, 7:15 p.m. Talmud
Torah daily from 9 a.m. till noon.
Beth David Congregation (Conserva-
tive), 135 N. W. Third ve.. Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S.
Friedman Regular Friday evening
services, 7:30 p.m. SatoWay morn-
ing services, 8.30 a.m. Temple Israel
(Reform), 137 N. E. 19th St.. Rabbi
Colman A. ZwitmanItabbl Zwltman
will read the Friday evening services
at 8:15 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH
Beth Jacob Congregation (Ortho-
dox), 301-311 Washington ave., Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D.
FederFriday evening services. 7:30
p.m. Adult Saturday morning Ber-
vir.-s, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate ser-
vices, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10
a.m. Mlncha, 7:30 p.m., followed by
.Shalos Sudos. Religious school ses-
sions, Monday through Friday. 9 a.m.
till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center
(Conservative), 1415 Euclid ave.. Rabbi
Irving LehrmanFriday evening ser-
vices, 7:80 p.m. Saturday services, 9
a.m. K.tM'i Lehrman will preach on
the Weekly Portion of the Law. Ju-
nior congregation, 10 a.m. Mlncha. 7
p.m. Shalos Kudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy
Scout troop 65 meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom (Lib-
eral), Chase ave. at 41st St., Rabbi
Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer
Frjdav evening services. 8:15 p.m.
High Holy Days. Sept. 26.
Discuss Brandeis Camp
Brandeis Camp institute was
discussed by Charles Freefield
and Emanucl Stadlin at the week-
ly meeting of the Miami Beach
Zionist district luncheon club
Wednesday at the National hotel.
The two have just returned from
the Zionist leadership camp in
Pennsylvania.
Muni In Palestine Play
Paul Muni has agreed to go to
New York for four weeks to play
the leading role in "A Flag Is
Born," for the American League
for a Free Palestine. The music-
drama was written by Ben Hecht,
has a score by Kurt Weill and will
be directed by Luther Adler. The
show opens early in September.
WIN FELLOWSHIPS
Albert S. Glickman (left) of
Brooklyn, N.Y., and David A.
Giodberg, of Worcester, Mass-
are the winners of the 1946 B'nai
B'rith fellowships for graduate
study in vocational guidance.
The awards, which carry stipends
of $500 each, are intended to en-
courage young Jewish people to
train for ultimate service in Jew-
NEW YEAR GREETINGS IN THE
KOSH HASHONA EDITION
OF THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
are a tradition among Greater Miami Jewry. Greet
Your friends and relatives through The Jewish Flo-
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IN THE
ISSUE OF SEPTEMBER 27th
Your greeting will cost only two dollars and will be
the most economical and efficient method of extend-
Jng your holiday greetings. Don't take the chance of
omitting anyone. All your friends and relatives will
e looking for your name in this special section.
ORDER YOUR GREETING NOW
PHONE 2-1141 OR SEND YOUR COPY TO
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SALE OF SEATING HAS COMMENCED FOR
High Holy Day
AT
Miami Jewish Orthodox
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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:
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-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE"
(Copyright, 19, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate)
____________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON-----------------------------
EXPLANATORY FOOTNOTE
Lt. Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker,
British commander in Palestine,
whose anti-Semitic remarks
about fraternization with Jews
were repudiated by his country,
used to command occupation
troops in Sclesswig Holstein. .
He was removed from Germany
because he was too friendly with
the Nazis. .
PAINTER OF SADNESS
Max Band, one of the world's
outstanding contemporary paint-
ers, writes: "You call me the
painter of sadness. The artist
paints what he loves. I love
the color, light and shadow of
trees, rivers and mountains. I
love the beauty, sensuality, and
texture of flowers and fruit. .
As for human beings, the oppos-
ed, the sad are nearest to my
heartI paint only what I love."
NOT FIT TO PRINT
Newspapers did not report
one of the most disgraceful
anti-Jewish incidents. It hap-
pened in Liberty. New York.
. Two ex-GI's in uniform
stormed into a tavern and ad-
ministered a cruel beating to
the owner, an elderly Jew. .
While demolishing the place
they shrieked: "We'll finish the
job for Hitler. The police
took the two soldiers into cus-
tody. Everybody in and
around Liberty tries to shrug
off the incident as an unfortu-
nate affair. The press is be-
ing kept away. "Nothing
really happened." the Jewish
friends of the tavern keeper
answer to all inquires. But
the tavern keeper's face and
body tell a different story. .
THE FIGHT MUST GO ON.
Rev. Ben Richardson delivered
a stirring address the other night
befori a breathless audience at
Lake Mohegan. When he con-
cluded his speech, calling upon
America's Christian leadership to
take up the case for persecuted
European Jewry, the men and
women who surged forward to
shake his hand noticed his deadly
pallor They never knew that
just before Richardson mounted
the rostrum, he had received ;i
reading: "Rheubie (his wife) added responsibility of helping
in C< pi ly H' spital critical condi- some of them find a home here
tion result of automobile acci-
dent" Rheubie Richardson is
outbreak of the war. During
the war he multiplied this record.
Why is this gangster permit-
ted to spread Nazi doctrine With
the official sanction of the British
command? .
RECOMMENDATION.
We recommend "Pathways
Through The Bible" by M rtimer
J. Cohen, with 25 two-color il-
lustrations and a five-color front-
ispiece bv Arthur Szyk The
price of $3 is a real bargain. .
Any other publisher would
charged $6 for this deluxe editioi
The Jewish Publication Society
of America is rendering a great
service bv making this beautiful
volume accessibli to the public of
America. .
YOU'RE WELCOME.
MRS. ROOSEVELT .
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt
asked us to give space to the
following letter. "Since my
return from Europe at the be-
ginning of this year I have been
deeply concerned with the
problems of the people for
whom the United Jewish Ap-
eal must raise a minimum of
$100,000,000.
"In Germany I visited four dis-
placed pels, ns camps. wh< i 1
saw Jewsmen. womi n an I
childrencrowd) d togi tl er in
tiny rooms or in underground
shelters, without any privacy, liv-
ing on a diet based <>n i
soup, the prey of all kinds of dis-
ease. In the short time I was
there I became more conscious
than ever tx fore of what human
mis< ry can be.
"Seeing how these people
must live today gave me the
feeling that we Americans have
been saved untold misery, and
that we must have been saved
for a reason. That reason must
be that we were expected to
I give leadership spiritual,
moral and physical leadership.
We have the capacity to see
that they get the things they
need. We can help them to get
to Palestine this uprooted
people who have no other home
to return to: and we have the
UNIVERSITY TO OPEN
NEW CAMPUS IN FALL
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
Beach Lawyers Name
Meyer President
First president of the newly-or-
ganized Miami Beach Bar associa-
tion is Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
wl o was unanimously selected in
a mail-in i lection.
Darrcy Davis was named sec-
end \ue president. A run-off will
be held between Ben Cohen and
Id Turk for the vice prisi-
di ncy.
Selection of a board of direc-
tors will be made shortly.
Development of the University
of Miami will reach a new peak
this fall with the inauguration of
new courses, the opening of fa-
cilities on the new 245-acre cam-
pus in the Coral Gables Riviera
section, and the addition of 90
new members to the faculty.
The new building is the first
permanent construction designed
for the new campus. Besides
classrooms, the building will con-
tain a lecture hall and a reading
room, both air conditioned. Un-
der construction now are 280
temporary wooden buildings
which will be used as classrooms,
administrative buildings and rec-
reation centers until other per-
manent buildings can be con-
structed.
According to Dr. J. F. W. Pear-
son, dean of the faculty, the uni-
versity will have an enrollment of
more than 3,500 students at the
fall term, the largest in history.
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OWENS HEADS BANK
.1 T. Owens has been elected
president of the Miami Indus-
trial bank, 46 W. Flagler st., suc-
ng Claude L. Hemphill.
Owens has been executive vice
, nt since the bank was
fi unded in 1937.
Otlur new officers are Roy A.
Perry, executive vice president;
A. M. Wright, cashier. J. P. Sim-
remains vice president and
Hi mphill will continue as chair-
man of the board.
Three new assistant cashiers
are Mrs. A. M. Ambler, Mrs.
Marie ('. Whaler and Mrs. Clau-
dine Weaver.
In an effort to speed up the
approval of loan applications for
veterans in the ten-county Miami
region, the veterans administra-
tion has opened a loan guarantee
office on the fourth floor of the
Calumet bldg., 10 N. E. Third ave.
Monday.
The VA guarantees or insures
eligible loans of veterans up to
$4,000 for real estate loans; $2,000
for non-real estate loans, or a
prorated portion of cither of these
amounts for loans of both types
or a combination.
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"I think that the most impor-
and a militant anti-fascist... Our tant thing for us to realize is
1 at is off to Ben who knows that jthat a great responsibility lies
th( fight must go on. jupon our shoulders and that we
ATTENTION, MR. ATTLEE. must give beyond what we have
Karl Kaufman. Adolph Hitler's ever given in other years. I have
extraordinary deputy in Ham- attended United Jewish Appeal
burg, who is detained as a war! meetings and seen men and wi m-
criminal in the camp of Neuen- en give as much as ten times what
gamine (British zone) is now giv- they gave last year, aware that
ing lectures to his co-prisoners only sacrificial giving can help
from SS gangs on "Nazi-Race" these unhappy people find a fu-
and "Nationality Question" ture. If we Americans don't give
Kaufman, an ordinary thug and a them that help, I don't know
Nazi of long standing, is a notor- | where in the world it is going to
ious murderer. His record come from.
shows more than forty executions "I do hope you will send in a
of Jewish and non-Jewish anti- contribution in keeping with the
fascists ordered by him before the tragic needs. .*'
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CALM, SERENE. ,
Lodge Names Speakers
Cooperating in local plans for
United Nations week, B'nai B'rith
Sholem lodge has appointed sev-
en of its members to serve on
the speakers' bureau. They arc
E. Albert Pallot, president, and
Marx Feinberg, Jerome Weinklc,
Daniel Satin, Gilbert J. Balkin.
John Kronenfeld and George J.
Talianoff.
UN week will be held Sept. 22
to 29.
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PAGE SIX I Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Singer on their 24th wedding anniversary, a group of Miamians feted the couple Aug. 15 at a party at Grossinger's in New York, where the Singers are vacationing. Among the guests were Sam Blank. Dave Blank, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz and the Singers' son, Lawrence. Their two daughters are attending camp in Maine. Mi. Singer is a vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and served as chairman of the 1946 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. He is chairman of the Mt. Sinai hospital coordinating committee and a former vice president of the Miami Y. WRIGHT HOTEL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 132 N. E. 11th ST. PHONE 3-4741 Hotel, RestaurantAnd Institutional Equipment Complete Line Glassware — Chinaware — Silverware Sleam Tables—Coffee Urns—Ranges Fryers—Bake Ovens'—Hot Plates Furniture—Floor Coverings Misc. Equipment CQWPLCTE ENGINEERING SERVICE FDR LAYDUTS Seat Cover SALE A LIMITED NUMBER TO FIT CAR MODELS LISTED BELOW THIS SALE ONLY Installed Smartly tailored, durable, snug fitting. These sizes available now at DIXIE! Size 3 —Large cover for 1940-41-42 sedans Size 3A—1941-42 General Motors sedans Size 5B—General Motors sedan with center arm rest Size 13—Coach for the large split back coaches Size 14—For extra wide club coupes and sedans '41-'42 PIXIE TIRE C ^^ MIAMI MIAMI BEACH • 101 8. W. First Street S327 N. Miami Aye. .3539 N. W. 17th Ave. 945 Filth Street Phone 5-5369 1840 Alton lload I'h, HI.. 5-9724 fJe^}f!S!!j^!L %  Bride's Mother, Sister To Be In Wedding Party The Antilla hotel. CorJ Gables will be the -scene of the wedding of Miss Phyllis Schulman and Abe Leon Kamenoff at high noon Sunday. Rabbi Morris Skop of Orlando will officiate at the cerem „nv winch will unite the daughter of the Harry Schulmans of Coral Cables and the son of Mr and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff of Orlando. Miss Madeleen Schulman will be her Slater's maid of honor and their mother will serve as matron of honor. Jack Kamenoff will be bis brother's best man. Ushers will be E. Albert Pallot and Arthur Kahn. After a family dinner, the couple will take a five-week motor trip north before making their home in Orlando. In Miami for the ceremony are Mr. Kamenoffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Pallol and son, Norman, of Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. J. Wolf and Miss Ida Wolf of Aiken. S C; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wolf of Johnston, S. C. Other out-of-town gu< sts will be Dick Sherman, Newark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. N. Wolf and Mr. and Mis. A. Diner, Lakeland, Fla.; Leonard Wolf. Patcrson, N. J.. and Jack Moss and Philip Marshall of Trenton, N. J. Freedmans Repeat Vows On 50th Anniversary Repeating a ring ceremony which took place a half century ago will highlight the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Freedman, 500 15th st., Miami Beach, in a reception and dinner celebration at the Versailles hotel, Saturday evening. Rabbi Colman Zwitman will officiate at the ceremony. Married in New York city Aug. 23, 1896, Mr. and Mrs. Freedman will observe the 50th anniversary celebration with the presence of many family members, including Barbara Ruth Ross, daughter of Mrs. Sidney D. Ross and granddaughter of the celebrants. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner, sonin-law and daughter of the Freedmans, will be hosts. Guests will also include David Fenton and family, Miami Beach; the Misses Ethel and Dorothy Freedman. Mrs. Louis Kemper, Theodore Freedman, Susan Fenton and Maxine Kemper, of Newark, N. J. Also expected from Guam island is a grandson, Victor Jay Kemper, of the United States Navy. Mr. Freedman is 70 years of age and his wife, the former Ida Hodes, is 69. Former residents of Newark, the couple now lives in Miami Beach. FRIDAY, STUDENT AUGUST j MODQs Model ingboy l"* 8 '^h school sw J"* Technics C the store's hieh \ Sam Geltner. %  MIRIAM FEIT ATTENDS HABONIM CONVENTION Miss Miriam Fcit, president of the Miami Beach Habonim, is attending the national organization's convention in Ann Arbor, Mich. The 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, of Miami Beach, Miss Feit has been in Maryland and New York since July and will visit in Detroit before returning here to enter her sophomore year at the University of Miami. While in Maryland, she visited at Camp Mosh near Annapolis. where many young men and women who belong to the Hcchalutz arc training for their eventual trip to Palestine. BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOWI TOP son 4-0335 GRADE A PULVERIZED and PROCESSED MUCK and MARL. Any Mixture No Shells or Weeds BITTER BLUE SOD Soil and Fill of Any Kind Landscaping Estimates All Work Guaranteed MIAMI TOP SOIL CO. Ed Alper 1813 S. W. 2 Ut Tarraca LUBy Chevrolet I SERVIC! 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I %  I I '4 PAGE TWO VeAAonaMy y^waBtiq, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeientz are back from a trip to Boston and New York. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan and family at the Cromwell hotel are Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Leibowitz and daughter, Renee, of Pasaic, N. J., and Miss Norma Picus, of Fairlawn, N. J. Both girls will attend the University of Miami in the fall Mr. and MrsLouis Pallot have returned from Plymouth, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habif, of Havana, Cuba, celebrated their 11th wedding anniversary while vacationing here at the Belmar hotel. Mr. Habif has returned to Cuba, but his wile and their two children are still here • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shafer and sons, Barry and John, and Mrs. Shaler's mother, Mrs. Regina Drach, have returned to their home, 442 W. 30th st.. after a six-week vacation in Hendersonville, N. C. While there, Mr. Shafer celebrated his birthday and during the same week Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman observed their wedding anniversary with a dinner. Among the guests were Mr. and I Mrs. Harold Tobin of the Beach. Mr, and Mrs. Gus Trau have left for Home Lawn Mineral; springs, Martinsville, Ind. From there they will proceed to. Cleveland, Pittsburgh and New York and will be away for two months Rabbi and Mrs. Simon April and son, Samuel, have returned to Miami from Savannah, where they had been living for the past several months. The rabbi was recently released from Johns Hopkins | hospital where he underwent an operation NEWLYWEDS HERE Mr. and MrsLarry Bronis have moved to Miami from New York and plan to live here permanently. Mrs. Bronis is the former Miss Thelma Berger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Berger, 1234 S. W. Fourth st. Mrs. Harry Hacker left Monday for New York and points north. She will visit her daughter, Lyn, in New York and her son, Morton, in Boston. She will also spend some time with friends on Long Island %  Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder and son, J. Louis, are in Nova Scotia ... Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kahn have returned from New York city • Herman D. Emerman and Edward Scholnik, of Canton, Ohio, are visiting in Miami for two weeks. Mr. Emerman, brother of Mrs. M. N. Good, is first assistant prosecutor of Star county, Ohio, and chairman of the Community Relations council. Mr. Scholnik is also a community leader • • • I Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Berkowitz are vacationing in Hendersonville at Lakeside Inn. Two of their children, Mildred and Donald, are spending several; weeks at the Poincianna hotel on the Beach Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis have returned to Atlanta after visiting Mr. Lewis' parents here The Leo Chaikens are vacationing in Tennessee and North Carolina Mrs Pauline Rappaport returned to the city Wednesday after vacationing in Washington, D. C, New York and New Jersey Miss Reva Romer will leave Monday for a vacation in De-, troit, Lansing, Mich., Minneapolis and Chicago Vacationing at Grossinger's in New York are Mr. and Mrs. J Gerald Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle ... Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin and sons, Josh and Dick, returned from vacationing in Connecticut After a wedding trip through Georgia and Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cohen are stopping at the Cadillac hotel for a few months. Mrs. Cohen is the former Claire Estelle Weitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz, 4201 Royal Palm ave. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rotbart of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Rotbart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sherry, on the Beach Ensign LeRoy Collegeman, 1616 Drexel ave-, has been released from naval service in Jacksonville (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) MISS SPERLING NAMES SEPTEMBER DATE Mr. ami Mrs. William Sperling, (11.i s W 25th rd., announce the merit <>f their daughter, Charlotte, to Julius Baida, son of ,.,. Morris Baidas, 705 14th st. Date -I their wedding has been it i r Sept. 29 with a dinner for th immediate family following. After a trip to New York, the couple will reside in Miami. Miss Sperling attended schools in N< W V, rk and moved h. re With her family eight years ago. Her fiance was recently disc l arged from the Marine corps afti : four years' service in the S.mth Pacific. H, is a uraduate f Miami Beach High sehool. Beach Couple Return From Cuban Honeymoon Miss Joan Marcus, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Irving Marcus. 6844 Harding ave.. was married to David Less< r, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lesser, of 510 W. 31st st., also of Miami Beach, Monday. After a nip to Cuba, they are ,,>.• at the Beach. Mrs. Edward Kaplan was matron of honor and Harvey Blank was best man at their wedding. Mrs. Lesser was graduated from the Lear school and attended the University of Miami. Her husband attended schools in Boston and is a member of B'nai B'rith and of the American Legion. MISS KENDEL REVEALS MARRIAGE PLANS Wagner's Kosher Delicatessen & Restaurant 1425 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH STEAKS and CHOPS A LA CARTE HEBREW NATIONAL PRODUCTS PHONE 58-9357 Dietary Laws Observed A wedding attended by their liate families will unite Mi s Ruth K.ndel and Allen Fonoroff on Sept. 1 at the Shelborne hotel. Rabbi Max Shap,iro will officiate Mis David Koller will he matron of honor and Bernard Fonoroff. < f Chicago, will serve as lii.-t nan. A reception and dinner will follow the ceremony. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendel, 334 20th st.. Miss Kendel attended the University of Miami and was graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1945. Mr. Fonoroff. son of Mr. and Mis. I.Muis F* noroff. of Washington. D. C. is attending the Univir.-ity of North Carolina following threi and a half years' service in the Army. 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^,&)i&^:jaxa*{9* Ly. AUGUST 23. 1946_ UHJ Girls Elected B'nai B'rith Post By TOBIE JACOBSKIND Irene Jacobs, of Miami, and Miss Joyce Treskinoff, of L SS D c., were elected to head the district B'nai B'rith Women and B'nai B'rith Girls' organizations at the third 'l BBG convention held last weekend at the Betsy Ross her BBG officers are Dorothy Golden, of Miami, first vice Lf Helen Jean Rubin, of Washington, D. C, second vice =nf Eleanoi Leon, of Norfolk, Va., treasurer; Donna Feld0 f Miami, recording secretary, and Sara Rose Schwartz, iami past prudent, counsellor. „ BTitli Voung WomIvision, which .-till in the Ltiona! stage, elected only Irman and a secretary. Miss < Schaeffer, of the Beach, is fc Miss Tobie ikincl. %  Miami, was electT ict newspaper. Cesenting th district at the [national convention to be teept. 1 ••' Cejwin in fcrvis, N V.. are the Misses f •.. Joyce Treskfjli.-s Vivian Schaeffer, Tobie jskind. Terry Fishman and !.:.( %  Jacobs Ltter.d the BBVW sessions [ conclave. .,.adopted fcreatcr e In| be placed [cultural I the B'nai -five fold and full" proAna ward will be present1 conveni the chapter tl it has made Dost progress in cultural pei • on among the was di and ideas lo.'i'etcd by thi delegates on 1 to improve and strengthen US. %  300 young people crowded i of conveneadqua:'.' the opening ting, Saturday, i informal juke box dance. and Duke, n %  < %  experts, [ an exhil ition during the Harold Turk was the %  speaker at the luncheon at Ritz Plaza hotel Sunday. there were IHarry Goi Mrs. Tillie 1 Mrs. Maurice pan. Jack Ma ash and Mr. ps.Milti n Fi %  Iman. Dele| se t sail the Showlafter lunch Sunday for a V' n fi tur. 1 v V tl forum, at was the L attended by f S evening. A I lasting till the (ours of tl riing marked f tradition. ikes with "Welcome IB nth Girls" w re made up pi'.v for the Monday aftergncheon by Mrs. Al Nemetz. ,' %  • past presi|MBn;,: B'rith Women of t speaker 1 alia::'. I' %  %  I weekend was V ..nd dance ... night at the PresiL %  Mrs. Joe P Galax, Va., honorary ft of the BUG district, inthe new officers. Gifts Panted Miss Gertrude Jttf ityii "tot 3ood Product* K**d by lh f U PROVISION CO, lac Ph no 2-6U1 H W -'hAT u Carnovsky, director of BBG work in the district; Mrs. Goldstein, Miss Schwartz, and Miss Fishman, who was the convention city chairman. A musical comedy written and produced by Miss Carnovsky was presented at the closing banquet. Over 90 girls from Baltimore, Washington, Alexandria, Va., Norfolk, Richmond, Orlando, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach and Greater Miami attended. dll PARTY TO CLOSE DRIVE A gala cabana and swim party at the Evans Sea Gull Cabana club, Miami Beach, to be held 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening, will climax the membership drive' of the Miami Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith. In charge of the affair is Arthur Kahn. A water show will highlight the program and Manny Gates and his orchestra will provide the music for dancing. Amateur swim and diving contests will be held with prizes for the winners. Assisting Kahn in staging the affair are Harold Zinn, Walter Kovner, Paul Green and Arthur Frishman. The lodge, organized in January, reports a total of 290 new members signed up during its first formal membership campaign which was launched July 15. Total membership is now 720. Jack A. Abbott, a past president of Sholem lodge, headed the drive and was assisted by Harold Turk, Arthur Frishman, A. L. Perper, Harry Zukernick, Walter Kovner, Harold Zinn, Dr. Alex Libow, Sol Goldstrom, Harry Day, Isadore Tannen. Daniel Broad and George J. Talianoff. 'Pay As You Go' Plan One visit to this DIVE of DELIRIUM will rid you of all worries, blues, formalities and CASH! ZISKN't 1749 N. MIAMI AVE. Hiimi'i Huprr run RUM BEN ESSEN Keystone CONSTRUCTION CO. 2236 N. v Miami Court • PHONE 3 6924 • PAINTING AND Decorating INTERIOR and EXTERIOR LICENSED and INSURED .. GUARANTEED WORK.-. No Job Too Larga or To> Small Eatimataa Cheerfully Qlvan Vacationers Aid Cardiac Home At Party An affair held recently at Grays Inn, Jackson, N. H by Miami vacationers benefited the National Children's Cardiac Horn.. Harry Saffer, national I' : lent, stated this week. Participating in the fund-raising event which started tiififously were Otto Birn, Abe Kurman. Samuel Cohen. Jim Sh< :, Fred Wenner and other Miarrrians. Cohen is vie, president and a member of the board of governoi of the Cardiac Home. PAGE THREE Book Review Series To Start In November First event of the Miami Beaeh Women's division, American Jewish Congress Friday Review si lies will be held Nov. 8, Mrs. Louis Glasser, president, announced this week. Husbands of subscribers to the series will be special guests at one of the programs which may feature a review „f Sholem Aleichem's "The Old Country," Mrs. Glasser stated. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will serve as book p viewer. Tickets mi purchased from a committee I i "led by Mrs. Benjamin Sherry or at the Bookworm shop in Coral Gables. Meetings of the division will begin in October. Mrs. Glasser reported. KAPLAN ASKED TO OP *^J23l** LEON KAPLAN Y Buys New Property, Sets Special Meeting Additional property on S.W. Fifth st at Sixteenth ave. has been purchased by the Miami Y for its new buildings, Maurice Grossman, executive director, reported Wednesday. The lot is 50 by 150 feet. Details of the purchase will be outlined at a special meeting of the board of directors, called for 10:30 a.m. Sunday by Max R. Silver, chairman of the board. With all prospect cards rated, the board Will proceed with plans for its Oct. 15 to Nov. 15 capital funds campaign. Henry Hohauser, architect, will meet with the board to discuss building plans. Leon Kaplan, recently elected president of the Miami Y, has been asked to be chairman of a session on adult programs at the southern regional conference of the national Jewish Welfare board in Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 14 and 15. The request came from Gus Jacobson, regional director. Also participating in the conference will be Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Miami Y, who will be a discussant in the professional session on the relationship of the community center to the total community. Jack Marash, executive director of the Beach Y, will be a discussant in the session on "Towards a Jewish Center Philosophy." Grossman, as chairman of the southern chapter of the National Association of Jewish Center Workers, has asked Marash to be chairman of the program committee for the chapter's meeting at the conference. A number of the directors of the two local Y's will attend the conference. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz entertained a number of friends at their home, 2154 S.W. 22 St., Friday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wall, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wcinkle and Mr. and Mrs. John Kronenfcld. keep tkem ift (/OKA MEDICINE CABINET fAlka-Seltzer Trr Alka-Haltitr for %  %  — -**, "Mom ln Afl.r" A china Mnaalaa, Add ladltmttou. Pleaaant. prompt, affactlTa. It* and 0. ONEQDAY VITAMIN £3 TABLETS Blah Vitamin potanar at low coat— ONE-A-DAY Vitamin Tablata. A and O uhleta In tha fallow box—B-Conv plan tablata in tha gray box. /Si OLMIIM RVINE^ For Slaaplaainaaa. Irritability. Baadaeba, and %  Taatlaaanaaa. when dna to Narroflft Tanalon. Uaa only aa dlractad. ALVIN F. GARDNER, D.D.S. 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I AUGUST 23, 1946 Jenisti fkrrtitn JipeaMtig, Lo OM pA0E 2) fer is in Jackson t hospital recovering ISl receded sevbks ago • • • Mrs. Al Green and tae in HendersonviUe. I Mr and MrsJoseph and family will return I Monday • ^ m £ recuperating after an 1 at Victoria hospital L s Damensieln is in Ek and will return in [week %  • Joe Kolber udav f r a business flew York. Before his E will visit his family hq in Birmingham |d Mrs. Sam Reiner and [Mrs Abraham Levitan (week for a two-week k eff York ... Mr. and fca Raphael have retem New York Mae k, of the Lincoln Trimk' has left for an ex[buying trip in New Pie will return Sept. 15. iKatherine Pcretzman. J st, left Iiiday by Er Atlanta to join her [Mr. and Mrs. C. Mnn, vacationing there. L Mrs. I. H. ttneberg [turned to their home, \ st, from New York £ey attended the wed[Mrs. Fineber j's sister, Idle Schatzberg, and JO. Klinghoffer. The Ipcients, Mr. and Mrs. TSchatzberg, have also 1 Miss Hermain winter resident and lot the University of s vacationing here bejning to her home in .e to complete plans for tedding to Robert Marcus of Miami Beach. After their marriage, the couple will live on the Beach. Mrs. Seymour Satin, 7842 Abbott ave., and daughters, Mary Ellen and Marcia, have returned from seven weeks vacation in New York city Mr. and Mrs. George Bertman will fly Saturday to Wisconsin where they plan to spend most of their time fishing. Mr. Bertman will fly back to attend the state B'nai B'rith convention in Tampa the weekend of Sept. 1. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Libow flew to Chicago Saturday night for two weeks during which the doctor will do some research in one of the hospitals Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisenstein returned to Miami from a trip which took them to Chicago, Long Beach, Fresno, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Denver and St. Paul Home from New York are Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman Mrs. Max Shapiro has returned to Miami after a two-month stay in New York where she visited with relatives and friends. Mr. Shapiro joined her there Harry Schwartz has returned from a business trip which took him throughout the state. Mrs. Sara Bobinsky and daughter, Delores, of 1553 S. W. Seventh St., are visiting in New York where they will attend the wedding of Mrs. Bobinsky's daughter, Eleanor, on Sept. 1. A series of dinners and parties have been arranged by their friends and relatives Mrs. Sonia Levitt, of 835 N. W. Seventh rd-, returned from a threemonth stay in New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta. While in New York she attended a convention of a Jewish Lithuanian organization PAGE FIVE Frledmans To Return To Palestine In Fall n Sort To y, r*r iTruntrt I Tntfltfc tM. KMft *r> RT. Phone 3-0789 BOSTON GIRL NEEDS ROOM In a nice Jewih home in the Southwest or Coral Gables in order to enter the University of Miami in the fall. Will share room with teen-age girl if necessary. Contact Mrs. Harold Bashwiner, Jefferson Hotel Dining Room. 5-1141. If THE Osdeind 9 /AfiNNtNC *S %  ..SEAFOOD RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE ;f£ JUST RESTING Louis Heiman writes from the Copake Country club in Craryville, NY., that he is having a Despite the troubled situation pleasant vacation with his wife in Palestine, Cantor and Mrs. A. and family. "No law business, s Friedman will return to the no community work—just rest," I Holv Land ir > November to make he says Miss Joy Kopelo-' t heir Permanent home near Jeruwitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrssalem M. J. Kopelowitz, returned Fri-' Thoir son, Nathan, expects to day from an eight-week vaca-! leave for Pales t'ne next month, tion in Evansville, Ind., and St Tno Friedmuns lived in PalesRabbi and Mrs. Murrav l T fr m 1933 tl 1937 and own Grauer rPtnmoH T., Q ^^^ • -. '' an orange grove there. Lookfrom a R v TiJ J m gnt ins forward to hi WP. Cantor £ Yn rV u ^ Ca 'T "? Fri J !" n ^id he may settle on New York. He is affiliated with a farm. the Miami Jewish Orthodox r „„ t • connrpnntinn Mi., D .U cantor Friedman, who is asSShi A ; M RU u h sociated with the Beth David conh !" ?J elP n' a 1S ,.! he B^ation, returned from New houseguest of Miss Ruth WolYork this week with his wife alter kowsky. Both will leave Miami making arrangements for the trip Sept. 15, Miss Levine for a which they will make by boat, drama school and Miss WolM^chtanTnI 6 S^V Bower Y Night T Star Michigan, to resume her qraduo• ur_i> ate music training. Her guest blnain< 3 Waiters is a graduate of the University c ., ... of Pennsylvania ... *£*"* W81te *?** ", I .. at the Bowery Night dance to be Mrs. Morton S. Fagan and held at the Miami Y Sunday evej her daughter, Mrs. Edward ning by the Emanon club. Guests Axlrod, are vacationing in will attend in Gay Ninety costSharon Springs, N. Y., and will tumes and dance to the music of j return for the holidays Max Sherwood Lavine's orchestra in ; Hoffman left this week for Hena bowery atmosphere, dersonvilleHis wife, who has Sam Greenstein is in charge of been visiting her family in Long arrangements. Admission will be Beach, N. Y., will join him there 6 ^ ccnts P er Person. and they will return for the j holidays Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Pallot are in New York and will visit in Trenton, N. J. to attend 1 the wedding of their niece. j They will return for the holidays Their daughter, Miss J Sonya Belle Pallot, just returned from a five-week stay in Trenton, New York, Philadelphia and the mountains Miss Velma Abraham left Sunday for Savannah to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abraham, who are making their home there. She motored up with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone who will continue to Memphis, Chicago and California Mr. and Mrs. Max Balenoff, of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent two weeks at the Poincianna hotel to celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary. They spent a week with Mr. Balenoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Balenoff, of 3199 S. W. 26th st. • SHOLEM LODGE LISTS GUEST SPEAKERS A number of guest speakers have been lined up for the B'nai B'rith Sholem lodge luncheons by William Pallot, acting chairman. Next speaker will be Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who will address the lodge next Friday at the Downtown club restaurant. Subsequent speakers will be Jess Yarborough, city recreation director, Sept. 13; Fred K. Shochet, publisher of the Jewish Floridian, Oct. 11; Publisher John Montgomery, early in November. Judges George Holt and Ross Williams have also been invited to speak. Regular luncheon meeting will be held at 12:15 p.m. today in ttfie Downtown club. Joseph Lipton, president of the Dade Federal Savings and Loan association, will speak on "Housing Loans for Veterans." Picnic, Elections Set Picnicing at Greynolds Park Sunday will be members of the Beth Sholom Fratority. The club, composed of young men and women between the ages of 18 to 25, will elect officers Tuesday evening at th Temple. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor Life Insurance Estate* Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. W07 Blscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 jajaaajMi -. 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PAGE FOUR • 5=^rfg=aaq 11 I %  )i'""'Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami fta. P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2 : 1141 Entered as Second Clan. Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, 3. i' Published Erery 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 Miami 18. Florida, Friday, August 23, 1946 AV 26, 5706 VOLUME 19 NUMBER 34 WASTED EFFORTS The new attempt of B'nai B'rith groups in Miami to create the Metropolitan B'nai B'rith council fails to meet our approval. Always advocating expansion to keep up with this area's growth, we can see no justification for this new body. New organizations do provide offices for office-seekers but analysis of this contemplated setup reveals that those in the forefront already hold sufficiently high and exalted positions elsewhere. Should the council be born by virtue of the fact that other towns have successful councils, proof for a local need has yet to be shown. Nor has our intimate knowledge of B'nai B'rith activities revealed sufficient growth or activity to necessitate the hiring of a director to keep them in line. It is our understanding a little while back that the division of Sholem lodge and the formation of the Beach group and its attendant auxiliaries, AZA's, girls" and junior groups, were to eliminate the clumsiness of very large memberships. It would provide opportunity for additional leadership and install a spirit of competition that was healthy and desirable. The need was evident by the increase of population and the geographical expansion of the two communities. Now, just as this wise move begins to show results, comes the plea for "coordinating" all the groups. From among all the shallow reasons advocated in support of a council comes the thought of channeling publicity of the daily press particularly and other public relations aspects. If the present cooperation of the ADL as offered and utilized locally can't direct this phase without all the rigamarole of a director, meetings, committees and officers, we have sorely underestimated their abilityWould the present groups of B'nai B'rith devote this precious and scarce energy now directed to the formation of a Metropolitan council to much more important phases of civic and Jewish matters boldly facing all of us in our community, their efforts would be much more productive and doubly appreciated. THE HUMAN FOOTBALL During the past year, following the cessation of hostilities, each nation has begun the work of reconstruction—rebuilding homes, healing of wounds, re-establishing security on firmer ground. How different is the situation of the lew. He cannot return to a country where he has been ruined economically and stripped of moral and spiritual energy, nor to a continent soaked with Jewish blood and tears. Migrate to Palestine, the promised land? He may not. Its gates are closed while Great Britain fights to maintain control over that strategic area. The Jew, as always, is still the human football, punted and kicked about on the gridiron of Europe YOU CAN'T HATE AND BE BEAUTIFUL PEARSON REVEALS PALESTINE PLAN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ernment has not presented any plan of its own for the solution of the problem of Palestine. It is the sincere hope of the President, however, that as a result of the proposed conversations betwei n the British government and Jewish and Arab representatives a fair solution of the problem of Palestine can be found and Immediate steps can be taken to alleviate the situation of the displaced Jews in Europe. -It is clear that no settlement of the Palestine problem can be achieved which will be fully satisfactory to all of the parties concerned and that if this problem is to be solved in a manner which will bring peace and prosperity to Palestine, it must be approached in a spirit of conciliation. it Is also evident that the solution i [ the Palestine question will not in itself solve the broader problem of the hundreds of thousands of displaced persons in Europe. The President has been giving this problem his special attention and hopes that arrangements can be entered into which will make it possible for various countries, including the United States, to admit many of these persons as permanent residents. •"The President on his part is contemplating seeking the approval of Congress for special legislation authorizing the entry into the United States of a fixed number of these persons, including Jew.-." Press reaction to the statement on Palestine by President Truman varied greatly this week, with some papers hailing his decision to seek authorization for the (ntry of additional refugees into the United States, and others charging that it contributed nothing to solution of the Palestine problem. UNRRA TO EXTEND AID TO THE DP'S (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) thousands of people now residing in DP camps in Europe. Appointment of Myer Cohen as acting UNRRA director in Germany was announced by LaGuardia this week. Former director of UNRRA repatriation in Washington, Cohen succeeds British Gen. Sir Frederick Morgan, whose statements about an alleged secret Jewish underground caused international comment last winter. LaGuardia said this week upon his arrival in the British zone in Germany that Jews fleeing Poland are entitled to UNRRA aid as persecuted persons. LaGuardia is quoted as denying knowledge of an alleged statement by an official British spokesman that UNRRA was aiding the underground immigration to Poland. Replying to questions as to how UNRRA officials determined who were persecuted Jewish refugees and who were :i embers of the Jewish underground, LaGuardia said energetically: "By God-given intelligence and common sense." Plan Outdoor Social To launch its fall social season, the Miami Y will hold a Labor Day social on Monday evening, Sepl 2. Entertainment, refreshment.and dancing to the music of an orchestra will highlight the affair which will be held outdoors on the Y grounds. "No Labor Labor Day" is the theme of the affair. No adm.ssion charge will be made. v Cou/tt*y Appreciate America, Ioe riv e n P an d Mrs B S Glas r arw?th M M, mi Sundav to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser eJl?hW UyCa P Uln G C in iL r SUrge n 0f P^tology m Rose General hospital, Utica, fly to Cuba Tuesday f or a wee £ Sholem Lodge Short* NEWS OF THE MIAMI B'NAI MfflB By Charles R. Jacobton Summer time finds Sholem Lodge in the midst of more activities than the panting Ben's can cope with—but we're still rolling! Our dance at the President Madison broke all records: an official attendance-poll of 973 was made by Chairmen Sam Silver and Fred Shochet. A salute to Ray Redman, publicity man par excellence, for his assistance. Provocative rumba music and a sparkling floorshow contributed to the terrific success of the evening. Dr. Harold Rand was especially terpsichorean—the fanciest rumba on the floor! Many B'nai B'rith out-of-towners honored us, including the President of the Havana, Cuba lodge! Que tal, amigo? This column proclaims that (he (hot) committee on public affairs has done it again. This time they've staged a debate for Tuesday, Sept. 10th, 8:15 p.m. at the Elks' club that will be long remembered as a real public service. How's this for a subject packed with dynamite: "Resolved: That an Aggressive Jewish Policy in Palestine is Justified." The affirmative team of Jerome Weinkle and Dan Satin have barnstormed Florida's forensic platform in the ol' college days and form a smooth combination. The erudite duet of Abe Aronovitz and Elry Stone will offer a real challenge to the younger lads, and the evening should attract persons with all shades of opinion on this vital subject. Chr irmunof t hcd irect %  n let JTalianoff, director"".*'* admits he haw.^ Bna! principal :.rg Umcn l T Is %  >' % %  1" bo trtaw .^ *"* fo3f ,to, M bif. I, uquet n f u 8"th Girls Group, wh we" say it anyway: nJI troublesome toothach wvuo.e.omc toothache and I dred and one minor dis 8 J ments and delegat^jj" carried on. And everyone the result. It was an table convention. The l£ banquet dances, and fy ing trips w. nt 0 ff p er Ki Hats off to Terry Fishmaa,, vention chairman, and com lations to Miss Sara Rose i wait/. n I her officers for i well ii Wit % %  to the future,P Pallot l\. appointed Sam J and Milt Friedman a gala H l< we'en dance. 31st. Wati h the news whim Our V< •• rails' r.nd An ism i ttee, headed Satin ai 1 Elry Stone, ann'oo that vets Still need aparta flats and jobs. If you can I assistance, phone the B'nai I office Your scribe hops a stream-i Friday for Chicago to attends important nuptials! Yah, yal his own. ii Between You and Mel By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. THE PALESTINE ISSUE: There are going to be a lot of fire works at the forthcoming World Zionist Congress in November over the Palestine partition plan submitted by the Jewish Agency. This plan was decided upon in Paris at the executive session of the Jewish Agency and was adopted by 10 votes to one, with two abstaining. The sole member who voted against the plan was Dr. Emil Schmorak, head of the economic department of the Jewish Agency. David Ben-Gurion was one of the two abstaineee. Some of the Jewish Aconcy leaders actually had tears in their eyes when they voted for partition. However, they declared that "the Yishur is tired" and under such circumstances the establishment of a Jewish State in a partitioned Palestine seemed to be the best solution. The American delegates at the meeting of the Jewish Agency, including Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, and the representatives of the American Laborites, Mizrachi and the Hadassah, all voted in favor of partition. And that is why a big fight will develop in American Zionist ranks when these delegates return to New York, since Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and his followers are definitely opposed to the partition scheme decided upon in Paris. All indications point to the fact that Truman is taking into consideration Dr. Silver's opposition to this plan. The President apparently feels that he ought to consider the feelings of American Jews before pressing Britain on the Palestine issue beyond the demand for the immediate admission to Palestine of 100,000 Jews from Europe. The President also believes that the partition plan involves the establishment of commissions to establish boundaries and would result in other delays while Jewish l gees clai r immediate! to Palestim .... At least tbij what he said at a private! talk to nl ite friends inter in the Palestine question a i bcfoiv he left for vacation.. • • • THE AMERICAN SCENE: Jewish welfare funds will no less than $150,000,000 thi? This is the concluski which the Council of Jewish! orationand Welfare Funds a, after a careful study of tstj sponse of the Jewish com* ties thiMi-h..utthecountrfW emergent y meds of 1946. %  • %  than 130 Spring cairpaipsi" havc r $82,OM.0M far. with %  • i y 35 complete, .j The average increase J results is a little over Wl cent, but in many cities*] cease is much larger W average In Buffalo W SS is over 600 J c^ Dayton it exceeds 400p and likewise in numerous! cities. • On the cultural frwj 4 ^ shortage of Jewish tec f ported from ^JM least G4.2 per cent o the j dpd Jewish 5Ega Unit.d States, each having! more congregation* ,**£ teachers for their ^ day schools. • Int number of -*5jU. pals these "* %  £, for the coming! sen u 503. The eight major j seminaries graduated =2 ers in 1946. • • %  $* Speaking *ffiU| esting to note thatJh.n | W •**} TKunV twenty cities in tn < ^ are participating in ^^ Retiren ent Hian• • ffjt jj eml by this plan" w | their contr.buUoniP: e irl mC nt should they Ie tions. • •



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PAGE TEN %  1 4 MISS KATZ MARRIES CINCINNATI ENGINEER Miss Frances Rose Kalz became the bride of Samuel Cohn Julv 23 in Temple Israel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman oificiating. Only members of the immediate family were present. Following the ceremony the bride and groom were honored at an informal cocktail party at the home of the bride s uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Max Nankin. The wedding party then proceeded to the Park Avenue restaurant where the bride's parents were hosts at dinner. Mrs. Cohn, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz, 510 S. W. 22nd rd., was graduated from Miami Senior High school and attended the University of Miami art school. Mr. Cohn, son of Mrs. Goldie Cohn, of Cincinnati, attended the University of Cincinnati and was recently discharged after serving two and a half years in the Army. He is now associated with a Cincinnati firm as a field engineer. Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICX. RepreaentatlYe) +Jeist flcrktiar)_ Miss Kirshner to Say Vows In Nashville The Woodmont Country Club in Nashville, Tenn., will be the scene of the wedding of Miss Roslyn Francs Kirshner and H, ward E. Lav.ne Thursday Mr. Uvine is the son of Mrs. Minna Lavine, 2117 S.W. 5th st., Miami. A reception at the Country Club will follow the ceremony. The bride's sister, Bernadine, will be the maid of honorf and Norton Pallot of Miami will be best .nan. The couple will reside in Nashville after a wedding trip. Miss Kirshner was graduated from West End High school in Nashville and attended the University of Miami where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Lavine attended Gordon Military college and also the UniVI rslty of Florida prior to his enlistment in the Navy. Upon his discharge, he continued his studies at the University of Miami. Henry Herzenberg. brother of Mis. M. Schrebnick, left Monday for his home in Jacksonville after visiting with her for six weeks. • • • Miss Faye Canter and Miss Hannah Blumberg represented the B'nai B'rith Stars chapter of B'nai B'rith Young Women this week at the district convention held in Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, owners uf the Pioneer store, returned after a combined business and pleasure trip of six weeks to New York and the Carolinas. • Rabbi Manuel Greenstein has begun construction of a house on L st. near Georgia ave. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crystal returned from their honeymoon in the North and Canada. They are living at 636 Datura st. • • • Mrs. Al Alterson is in New York on a combined business and pleasure trip. Ben Ryder is recovering from a stomach ailment. > • • Gilbert Balkin, field service representative of the Florida regional office, Anti-Defamation league, will address the Palm Brae:, lodge, B'nai B'rith. Tuesday evening at Temple Beth El. While lure, he will conduct a field service survey on the relationship of the Jewish community to the total community. Leon Lundy and Bride Honeymoon In North Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lundy who arc honeymooning in Philadelphia. New York, and Atlantic City, were married at the Cadallac hotel Aug. 11. Mrs. Lundy is the former Miss Beverly Leavitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldberg, 1575 Washington ave. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiated at the ceremony. Joan Heile was the maid of horn r. and Martin Lundy was best man for his brother. A reception followed the ceremony at the hotel. Mr. Lundy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lundy, 1329 Pennsylvania ave., attended schools in Philadelphia and was in the Army for three years. Mrs. Lundy attended schools in New York city. On their return from their five week trip, they will make their home at the Beach. LFA FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SACKS-KRAFT Miss Beatrice Sacks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Sacks, became the bride of Rabbi Saul Kraft Aug. 11 in New York city. Rabbi Kraft served as a chapplain for the Army during the war and until a few months ago was stationed at Miami Beach. *r*^^^r ) MMW C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No Job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. XXXMXM< ^OB^aM W N£ ami Beach lodge 0 (Bv ^ reports George j.Se^lfl dent. """Bil Godfrey Newman isiniJ 01 the committee hajH P'ogn, ... which knl^l lodge members, them* 1 Individual packages N FULLER. OZON GET CHEST POSITIONS A. E. Fuller and DtiJ Ottnwere named assoc^' men of the Community, drive by 0. c. Corbin, chairman, this week VM volunteer campaign worked two are the first to be sjg in the army of 2,000 vohi Next appointments winw| division chairmen, who rj named in the near future.f budget committee, undo i chairmanship of Max On will b. gin its studies abootl 1 to establish a quota !| Chest's 22 participating agj The drive will start NOT 1 £fif at 1 mm Ml AM MONUMENT N "Miami's Oldest and Lirtar| Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMES You need no longer 6 to 10 months for j monuments. We cany l large selection ia %  mediate delivery, All Styles of Hebrew Lettering and Design* Phone 44922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Strut Oppotit* Woedlawn Ci"*l| MOUNT NEB0 THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei, Director Olympic Building phoM 3 3720 Mount Sinai Memorial M MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMOTJ* ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DKsW 61 MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GBOU? ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth PWJBa^Btfll !&&* Jewish Orthodox and Sisterheod Chesed M For Further Information Phone> 9-2664, 4j9W = : *- %  %  %  ii ,, u I I PH I ^ ^^W ^^W^^^M^^^p^p^^^S^|^S^S^S^S^^^^^^^^^^^*W^^^' ^ m y.) PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEI' "SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY" ^J PHONE 9-2064 E. E. CARTER. Funeral Diwc, ox "A FrUnd *"d" *"^ m


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AUGUSTjyH: JJwtetFhrldton PAGE ELEVEN Facts P GE T AL1 ANOFF R eg ,onal D' rec,or Ant '' Lor oTnTifi'• 1,0 ring Hi u" K publisher of a week1 per in thai community K5 > b itter Tl : Rheir feud reached a Joint last week wtth S count..-charges be%  with mounting fury. L days ago. a new noie Leted when a four-page fc? appeared violently E,the publisher. At the [let us make our sland Our concern is with reL ihe appearance of allEiliar anti-Jewish mafWe do not enter into Lie merits of the conL sheet there is printed %  dealing with the question Kublisher's Jewish backTWhile he denies that he L t |, c publisher's foes [certain facts tending to l is. joint, howev( r, is that the fcr's religion, whatever it has no bearing whatspIthe controvei y. On the land, the app ranee of lorvonly tend! to foment t disunity and ill will. ir.e, 1945, Florida House [232 became a law, makErime the publishing and ig of scurrilous matter |e identity i I the printer dosed. Inasmuch as this tntains no masthead, nor kr identifying mark, it |eem to be ii> violation of (law. We n ti that this notation has I een brought %  attention i I the county Is office, and t/e presume %  ill investigate and prosI there has bi en a violalour statutes, ly event, irn spective of ':.'..-.. %  i,,\v, there i a-violation of decency injection into the conof a story with antiI overtones. 2* if the DESTf PEARL BROTHERS INAU GURATE AIR SHIPMENTS Kosher meat and delicatessen products are reaching Miami within eight hours after being sent horn the Chicago factory of the Kosher Zion Sausage company now that the Florida Provision company has inaugurated airplane shipmentsHerman Pearl is pictured above unloading the first shipment of Kosher Zion products with his son, Arthur, and his two assistants. Mr. Pearl and his brother, .Harry, who operate the Florida Provision company, 1721 N. W. Seventh ave., are exclusive wholesale distributors of Kosher Zion products in this area. Increasing demand for these products necessitated the new service, the Pearl brothers said. Customers are now assured a continuous supply of fresh Kosher Zion delicatessen from neighborhood stores supplied by the Florida Provision company. IN THE GREATER MIAMI HOUSES OF WORSHIP MIAMI Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation (Orthodox), 590 S. W. 17th ave.. Rabbi Murray Grauer, Cantor Maurice Mamches—Kabalan Shabbos. 7 P.m. Friday. Saturday morning services. 9 a.m. Mlncha, 7:15 p.m. Talmud Torah daily from 9 a.m. till noon. Beth David Congregation (Conservative), 135 N. W. Third ve.. Rabbi Max Shapiro, Cantor Abraham S. Friedman — Regular Friday evening services, 7:30 p.m. SatoWay morning services, 8.30 a.m. Temple Israel (Reform), 137 N. E. 19th St.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman—Itabbl Zwltman will read the Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m. MIAMI BEACH Beth Jacob Congregation (Orthodox), 301-311 Washington ave., Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, Cantor Louis D. Feder—Friday evening services. 7:30 p.m. Adult Saturday morning Bervir.-s, 8:30 a.m. Intermediate services, 9 a.m. Junior congregation. 10 a.m. Mlncha, 7:30 p.m., followed by .Shalos Sudos. Religious school sessions, Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. till noon. Miami Beach Jewish Center (Conservative), 1415 Euclid ave.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman—Friday evening services, 7:80 p.m. Saturday services, 9 a.m. K.tM'i Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Junior congregation, 10 a.m. Mlncha. 7 p.m. Shalos Kudos, 7:15 p.m. Boy Scout troop 65 meeting, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Temple Beth Sholom (Liberal), Chase ave. at 41st St., Rabbi Leon Kronish, Cantor Samuel Kelemer —Frjdav evening services. 8:15 p.m. High Holy Days. Sept. 26. Discuss Brandeis Camp Brandeis Camp institute was discussed by Charles Freefield and Emanucl Stadlin at the weekly meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist district luncheon club Wednesday at the National hotel. The two have just returned from the Zionist leadership camp in Pennsylvania. Muni In Palestine Play Paul Muni has agreed to go to New York for four weeks to play the leading role in "A Flag Is Born," for the American League for a Free Palestine. The musicdrama was written by Ben Hecht, has a score by Kurt Weill and will be directed by Luther Adler. The show opens early in September. WIN FELLOWSHIPS Albert S. Glickman (left) of Brooklyn, N.Y., and David A. Giodberg, of Worcester, Massare the winners of the 1946 B'nai B'rith fellowships for graduate study in vocational guidance. The awards, which carry stipends of $500 each, are intended to encourage young Jewish people to train for ultimate service in JewNEW YEAR GREETINGS IN THE KOSH HASHONA EDITION OF THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN are a tradition among Greater Miami Jewry. Greet Your friends and relatives through The Jewish Floridian's special New Year's greeting section. IN THE ISSUE OF SEPTEMBER 27th Your greeting will cost only two dollars and will be the most economical and efficient method of extendJ ng your holiday greetings. Don't take the chance of omitting anyone. All your friends and relatives will e looking for your name in this special section. ORDER YOUR GREETING NOW PHONE 2-1141 OR SEND YOUR COPY TO wjewisti Ficridiian BOX 2973 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA ish economic adjustment agencies. Both men are veterans. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St, Miami CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES ... 80c S-GALLON BOTTLE 70c Plus Bo'tie Depositi PHONE 2-4128 SALE OF SEATING HAS COMMENCED FOR High Holy Day 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 %  ~ i I I I I % 


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23, 1946 the I AUGUST hers Announce Troth {Daughter To Rabbi M r H Fisher, 5925 La Gorce dr., announce |and A nnnroaching marriage of their daughter, Marjeme u!. a Wward Zerin, son of Mrs. Ida Zerin and the late Pftlta of Wilmington, Del, „ph i,eiu. Miami ^0^ Senior High school and the W a ,Mi C hiqnn, Miss Fisher also has studied at Columbia piiy ol J: te ceiv'ed her bachelor of arts degree in journality L n in February, and remained at the university •te,m as a graduate student. In addition to obSpnn n alistic experience on the staff of the Washtenaw Jknislilkridiriri PAGE SEVEN J Mich., l short story writing and vacationing Wilmington his bachelor Zerin. now attended and received degree at the University of ff where he was afnli,„ h Ph> K^pa Phi, honsU lastic society. Prior to pSSthecla f o fWJI fiebrcw Union college, CmOhio, he served during hrtime emergency asi re; Lt rabbi at Mount Sinai Sioux City, la., and at Beth El, Steubenville, [and also conducted biW rvices at Henderson Irotfboro, Ky. and Zanes3hio. ., |a.also a member of the Religious school faculty iRcekdale Avenue CongreCincinnati, while attend, seminary. Elected to the cf assistant rabbi at the [Hebrew Temple, St. Louis, will assume his duties wedding will take place ami Beach late in DecemErnest Katz Named Legal Aid Attorney Ernest I. Katz has been appointed legal aid attorney by the Dade County Bar association. A graduate of the Florida Military academy and the University of Florida, he also attended George Washington law school for a year. On his discharge from the Army, he opened offices in the Postal Pacific bldg. H t is a member of the Harvey Seeds post, American Legion, the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the American Veterans committee. He succeeds Max R. Silver as legal aid attorney. COHEN APPOINTED TO STUDY AGED CARE Charles Cohen, executive director of the Jewish Social Service bureau, has been appointed to serve on a continuation committee which will study needs for regional care of the aged. A meeting of representatives of southeastern communities will be held in the near future in Atlanta to determine lutury action in the aged care field. LhCJAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the hvtilloui name ol • •'"M..U MiY CLEANElttt, .a 1420 0 tt MII Street, Miami, Fla., Intend to reglatei said name with the Clerk ur the Circuit Court of Dude County, Floi Ida. BENJAMIN BECK WALI.V STEINBERG MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Petitioners. 8/16-23-30 8/6-13 .suiici. is tummai uiVE-> tn... ihe uuuersigiieo, ueaiiltig io engage it. liusliiesa Uuuel Luc llwimuua luuue o. il.^U' .VI. 1I.W.W.IIJAG I.U.ill'.l.M, .u ..11.111.1, i-'iuiiua, luteuufl io reglstei adiu name uim tue L.HK O. in ciicuu couii oi uaue Counij, Kioriuu. ALFUUIJ J.H .i.M..~. sole owner. ./26 8/2-9-1C-23 Marjory Fisher LEGAL NOTICES DISCUSS BUDGET .rated budget of the Jewicial Service bureau will be at a meeting of the [board of directors at 8 p.m. V in Room 1002, Seybold I'budget will later be sub(0 the Community Chest fee in preparing its drive LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE! HEREBY GIVEN that (he undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the flctltloua name <>t TROPICAL GLASS AND .MIRROR COMPANY, at 7921 N. W. Beventh Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend io reslater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS MAKUER OTTO FELDMAN i it VIM; MOSKOWITZ NATHANIEL J. KLEIN. Attornev for Applicant. S/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uii.ui.-iuu.ii, desiring to engage in business under the Hi tltloua name of i.'.M'ii FABRICS COMPANY OF MIAMI, at IV N. W. 20th St., Miami, Kin., intends to register Bald name, v. 1th the Ulerk of the Circuit Court oi Dade County. Florida WILLIAM GOLDBERG, Sole Owner. 8 23-JO 9/6-13-20 NOTICE la HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in nuslue&s under the flctltloua name of WI.SI BAY CO., at 1326 loth Street, Miami Beai h, l lorida, Intend ty register Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT I. TL'RCHIN ABE Ki 'BIN* IN THE! I] il IRE B, HANK' IFF BETSY BARNETT WALTER C. KOVNER, Ait..i in %  > for AppUi .nits. Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. v 16-23-30 8/6-X3 NO'llCE IS HLRLLIY U1VEN thai i.iu iiiiii.-iAigneu, uesiruig iu engage lu uuaiucsa Unuer in. i. LUIOUS name ui .i..u..i.-...uwi; i.u.i.1 bjitiiVit i.. a< •mo lAjiuiia Avenue, Miami Leu.ri, r i"i .'i ueua to regular saiu nauii i.lltl til. i. K i.I llle UUCUU Co.il I xt uaue County. Floriua. i i.i. KKi %  .l.ll JAI K MANUOPF s/9-16-22-30 -> mi i. IS 11..i.i.i; i GIVEN Iliai in. uiiUe'B,giieO, < %  • %  > IIH to uligage >>• uusiucsa unuer the iicuuoua name t*. UA.\.< 1 ."-, .11 „.|-|l .S. \* Jill •"!.. ..!..in.., i'1.1., iiuuiiuu LO regtater saiu name with the I .••!> ol me Circuit Cuu.i ..I I'.ci. County, Florida. DANIEL KALL1N. Boie owner. -.16-23-30 9/6-13 Noi ICE IS HEREBV GIN EN that the uiiuerelgnuu, debiting tu engage In business u.iuer the nctitioua name o. itoot.ito I.IIIMI.1 I.I..-, .a ui -s. Allami AVeilue, -ii.ai.i.. i-.a., intend to leglatci .-.mi name with the Clei'g of tue circuit Court oi Dade CouiilJ, fioiiua. HERMAN lie BIN I'.ir. a. RUD1N MAX II. SILVER, Attoniei ior Petitioners. 5/I1J-:J-JU '.l/ti-13 IN COCNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 17132 RE: Estate of HERMAN H. DLDLOFF, deceased. > %  -— NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed inv llnal reiKirt and petition for Final Discharge as Administratrix of the estat,of HERMAN H. DEDIAJFF. deceased; and that on the aoth das of September, linii, will apply to the Honorable W. F. lilanton. County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report anil for final discharge as Administratrix of the estate of Herman H. D,dioff, deceased. This ltith day of August. 3946. CEDLIDA M. DEDl^iiFF MAX II. SILVER. Attorney for Administratrix. i/23-30 K/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVEN that ill.undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fiititouSname of A-/ SUPER SECRET*ROIL SERVIUE, at 22:t E. Flagler sti-eot. Miami, Florida, Intend tu register said name with the Clerk of the Cir. ultSt'ourt of i lade 'oum v, Florida. FRANCES ZWIllACK OLGA ABERMAN WALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Applicants 9/6-13-20 FOR DCE OF APPLICATION TAX DEED ter J07M. Acta of 1911 Kile A-!''!-'.' KE IS HEREBY QIVEN that Irklnr. bolder I County Tax tta So -' %  and 10*8. issued %  h\ of June. AD. 1914. has In my office, and hns L n fol .. I ix deed to pe Rbreon Said 'Vriiflcates em|the following described propi the Counts "I Dade, State of to wit: I", Block 129, Miami Shores Its io, Pace 39, %  County of Dade, State of Flor'i i • i tlfioate No. I : said prop-, the said • ricate Issued i the name of s W, Wistney. Block 2, I! i is. us Place, a Plat I'.....', ::. Page 11". In nly of D ; ti of Florida. te No. 403S. %  iperty under I C 111 i Iti i-II %  was lit the ftf Ric Bombi -hall lie re|* ordlng In law, the property therein wll i sold to the bidder al the Court House [tt* first Monday In the month %  J. AT) I i' which Is the I' 191 lthi !ll .!:• nf August, 1946. E. n. l.i:.\: H, '.I:\IAN. Plei in nit Court. ByN r STERRETT, D.C. P.Owt s. '. 1WI-1I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloua name of HARRYS SANDWICH SHOP, at 72 N. W. 5th Street, Miami. Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. mvm KKMrlUAn SAM K COHEN FRANK E SOLOMON, .Attornev for Applicants. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 Norici: IS HEREBY OIVBN that he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fn-tiH"Us tame" BUST1N IMPORTING COMPANY (not inc ) at 184 N. K. 79th St.. Miami, Fla..' intends t" reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FRANCES ltltOWN. Sole Owner. MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Petitioner. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in tiuslness under the Ilcllliuus name of I'n i IIOLOS II AL1AN AMERICAN REST AI RANT, at 186 Colllna Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intends to register salil name with the Clerk of tile Cueuil Court ol Dane County. Honda. GUY L. ACCOLLA MYERS, HEIMAN A.KAPLAN, Attorncya for Applicant. l/l-g-16-23-30 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the mum.us name or NA IU INAL CLEANERS AND LALNHKV. at 4369 S. W. Mh St.. .Miami, Florida, intend to register saul name with the Clerk ol Hie Circuit Court of Daue County, Florida. GEORGE J. RACHLIN 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTH II'HICIAL < IU 1 1 I 1N AMI' FOR DADE OOOMTT. FLORIDA. IN ailANCERY. No. 102497 ORDER OF PUBLICATION SAMUEL Q. KAHN. Plaintiff. PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN, Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO: Phyllis Everett Kahn Apartment B. 2 Weat 64th Street NP W York New York YU are hereby notified an^rdered to appear to the Hill of Complaint fol D ^r'of'sa'iiJ^Uil'orc be taken as confessed BMIMI yew. Let this Order be published week for four consecutive The Jewish Floi idian. a published In Dade County. This TlmB£P T ''URT OF THE "flTDIl IAL CIRCUIT IN AND fHANVK,:'y''' NTV KI ORIDA losr Sa 102378 [KDER OF PUBLICATION a. BLACK, Plaintiff, [& BLACK ten.. Defendant. u,,.!-'.', KuntiDA: •www D i Delaware Lri .': %  "Miffed and ordered ,ii,\] the mil 0 f complaint for lS** 3 t you In the aboveii or before the 7th day • t\'' %  ,""" %  wls 'the aliSJ" ""I of Co Mvorce filed against you in the alvetyled cause on or be ttM ,;,! „u,.itherwise the aneDateil: 1946. E. 6th day a weeks In newspaper Florida, of August NOTICE is" HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Is engaged In busiuess under uw flctltloua name o CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at 801 West Flaali i Street, Miami, Florida, and Sand, to register th. said flctltloua name in the office of the Clerk: of th circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. JACOli \\ Al.LAl I:. Sole Owner. GEORGE CHERTKOF. Attornej for Applicant. <.;i-lti-2o-a0 9/2 of E. intend NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersUsned. desiring to engage u uualnesa under the flctltloua name HERMITAGE HOTEL, at.480 N. ,.„,: Avenue, Miami, Worlda. ,,, register said name with the cleik lf S* Circuit Court of Dade County. '"''"""'HKSSII: ADLBRBLUM JA.K H KANE SADIE A. KANE ISRAEL BLOT8K1 \NN A. BLOTSKI HARRY M. ELLIS RUTH A. ELU8 Vuattm MYERS. HEIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Lessees, j 2 '..-16-23-30 R LBATHERMAK. Clerk of Circuit Court. By R. H. RICE. JR-; Deputy Clerk. SAM SILVER. Solicitor for Plaintiff. 1105 Congress Building, Miami. Florida. 8/9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ^ ,.. ..neaee ill Sole COOPERSMITH. W Aorney"for Applicant S/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that ingaga m taken inpl lint %  i.tes.sed against |i'r''(!'','.'" '"• Publlahad once a 'i %  Florida. fcu ,nl th day of August. E CfcS. ^ATHERMAN, Br ? I the Circuit C rtJ1 w. srrocKinri Court. "KING. Deputy Clerk. fn r paTr*^ Court of Dade County. Floriaa. HERMAN KALER ELEANOR KALER SAM SILVER. —„ Attorney for AppHcanta HOT, Congress Bldg. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR IAX UILD NOTICE la heiebj gi\en that Henrj F. M.iinei, huldei as assignee of Cn> ..i .uianii tax Certificate Numbeieu 1634, oat* .1 tu.jth da) '.t June, A.D. i;m, has Hied said Cgruilcaie in mj oil Ice, and haa made application i". tax in .-.I tu lasue ihereou In accordance uli ia>v. Saiu i ,i inn ate emuracei tinfollowing described property, situated in Dane County, V ., l'J-v\ It. L.it 12 Bloi k 8, w. st End Park Amended, 1'iat Book 6, page ll-'. In tne City of .Miami, County of Dade. state oi Florida. i inassessment of said propertj under the Certificate issued was in HIP name ol Unknown. Unless s.u-i Ceitilicate shall be redeemed according ti. law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 1Mb day ol September, A.D. 1946. Dated this 13th nay of August. AH. 19)6. ii iieiilt Curt Seal) E. U. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. By N. C STERRETT. D.C. 8, 16-23-30 9/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 17887 in Re; Estate of HARRY' CLOTT, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditora and All Persons ilaving Claims or Demunus Against .-.ii.i tistate: inn, and each of you, are hereby iiotliled and required to present any .anus and demands which you, or %  itner oi you, may have against the estate of HARRY CLOTT, deci ..ii"I .Miami Reach, Dade Counl>, Ii i a, i'. the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, .'ounty Judge of Dade County, and .lie the same In his office 111 the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date ol the first publication thereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal addresa of the claimant ami ti be sworn to and presented m aforesaid, or same will be ba red. Bee Section l-'" of the 1933 Probate Act. LENA CLOTT, As Administratrix of ti"Estate "i HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. Fust publication on August 16th, 1946. .1 KNETT ROTH. Attorney for Administratrix. '16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictltloun name ol EDITH ROYCE, al 210 Andalusia Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, intends t" register said name with the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade County, '""" i,,a EDITH I. MAY. Sole owner. MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN, Attorney s for Applicant. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In business under the fictitious name 01 SHIRLEY GIFT SHOI'PE at 1I2..-A Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Cln uit Court of Dad> County. Florida. _.„.__„ WILLIAM A. ROENBERG PAULINE ROSENBERG ISAM' JOFFE, Attorney for AppHcanta, 8-9-16-23-30 9/6 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This la t" advise that the partnerahip ..f Theodore H. Robinson ami Homei L. Hough doing business under tin name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not |nc ) Is dissolved and that the Mid business will continue to be operate.. under said fictitious name as aforesaid Individually by the undersigned THEODORE H. ROBINSON. Dated: Miami, Florida, August 9th. 1946. IS tAC Jl IFFB, Attorney for owner, lulu Biscayne Kuildlng, Miami. Florida, v 8-16-23-30 9/6 ^ JOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage n ilness umler 'the flOtlUoua name f N the busl FAYS BAR N. W. 27th Fla., Intends of AND GRILLE, at 9901 Avenue, I>ade ,!<"'"•>• to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade County, Florida %  _... CORRINE 1-rSTEIN. ^^ HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. 7/26 8/2-8-16-23 Mid name "".,',, Cou „ty. Florida. %  "" l U.V1S GERBfcR MORRIS ORLIN %  nil MORR1 nH 7AMFT & SIMON. 'A N to;nrys for Applicants. 8/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business ui r the flctltloua name of KltlSTY MANUFACTURING Co. ,nol i,„ i intend to register the said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court of tenle County, Florida. HERBERT M KRISTALL IRVING KELTON BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Applicants. S/2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in MM Avenue, Miami Beach, tends to register said name Clerk of the Circuit Court County. Florlda. x GOIJDSTEIN HARRY DIETZ. Attorney for Applicant. Congress Bldg. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 Fla.. tnwlth the of Dade NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that :.' %  ui':. rslgned, desiring to engai iu im -under the fii lltlous na : -1.1: V MILLS, at mi Alton Road, Miami Beach, intends to register said lame with the Clerk of the Circuit • II i of I lade County, Floi Ida. RUTH l'.I.ATT HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney for Applicant. 16-23-30 9, 6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai lie undersigned, desiring t" engage In 98 under the fictitious name Ol VCME EXTERMINATING CO. (not ne.i, at 3067 Mary Street, Coconut Io.., Miami, intends to register said lame with the Clerk of the Circuit ,'oui t of Dan. County, Florida. THEODORE H. ROBINSON. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicant, l"|n Biscayne Building. Miami, Florida. 8/9-16-23-30 9/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS, t 526 13th Street, Miami Beach, Intend to register said name with the Ilerfc of the Circuit Court of Dade 'i.iinty. Florida. JOSEl'H II. GOLDBERG KATE GOLDBERG I.MIItV ZUKERNICK. Attorney for Applicants, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. 1/9-16-23-80 9/6 IN COUNTY JUDGE8 COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. MS.'* Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, leeeased. MOTICE 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 if the .state of WILLIE E. PAYNE, leeeased; and that on the 5th day of September. 1946. I will apply to the Hi.n..ruble W. F. BLANTON CVunty ludgc of Dade County. Florida, for ipproval of said final report and for final discharge as Administrator of the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased. This tilh day of August, 194C. ARTHUR L. PAYNE. Administrator. MAX It. SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. S/9-1C-23-30 NOTICE IS 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. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAN ENGELBERG QUENTIN SANDLER MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicants. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 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, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. SHIRLEY FORMAN SAMUEL LAP1N Co-partners. SAMUEL RUBIN. Attorney for Co-partners. 7/26 8/2-9-16-23 t !:!



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tman .lews >k Food n w (JTA)—An appeal P R n Jews residing in fenc in Germany askF itish mrnts of food be k S SSSely has been K y C American Jewish *V The P'". signed by RS, Auerbach, president SMcommunity or,.nj IThe British zone, pointed [I German J.^ws living in Ki towns have considerts to "t 'nan Jews m \\ campsKz and Belsen. Help the I i nin t Distribution com|C ontnbut,n g food, parH?fats, meat and flour, so K may survive these dark lhe appeal said, towing is the daily ration ,North Rhine province, acto Dr. Auerbach: Unoes bread, 1/10 ounce jL-e i/2 ounce meat, 1'3 fn-alk.2 1 1 3 ounces vegeI 12 ounce sugar, 1 l' 1 cereals, 1 2/3 ounces fish, bnce butter, 115 ounce L a i/2 ounces potatoes, wee marmali.de, 2/15 ounce coffee and one cigarette. Ice Jews are entitled to a L' S ration card, they are L a weekly supplement of tunces of butter, 6 2'3 ounces | and 26 2 3 ounces bread. Lr even this meagre diet L'to be reduced by a 50 L cut in fats and meats. *Je*Htfkridkin PAGE NINE CAMPERS AT PLAY ON MIAMI Y FIELD [FRANK DIES \TTANOOGA Ibi Morris A. Frank, 40, first ih chaplain to enter Gerf during the war, died sud\ of a heart attack early this j in Chatannoga, Tenn, [the time of his death, the 1 was serving at' the Gay %  Synagogue in Nashville, py after his discharge from jay last winter, he visited Kami Beach and was guest ler at a number of local "Bet you can't do this," lhe young lady standing on her hands in the top picture dares her fellow Miami Y campers. Other camp gr ou ps are pictured below taking part in basketball and Softball practice on the Y's athletic field. The Y's eighth day camp season closes today, but supervised activities for children will continue there daily until public school opens. Sisterhood To Sponsor Templeton Concert Alec Templeton, famous blind pianist, will be presented at a concert sponsored by the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Jan. 8 in the Miami Edison High school, it was announced this week by Miss Ruth Brotman, who has arranged the event. Proceeds from Mr. Templeton s concert will be used for the Temple building fund. Miss Brotman also announced two other concerts that she has arranged. The first will be the presentation of the Westminster choir, directed by John Fmley Williamson, at the White Temple Oct. 30, and the other will be a recital by the duo-piano team of Braggiotti and Chaikin. Radio Drama To Depict Jewish Martyr's Hymn "I Believe, I Believe," a radio drama based on the Jewish martyrs' hymn, will be presented on Station WIOD at II a.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, on the Eternal Light program sponsored by the Jewish Theological Seminary. Written by Norman Rosten, the play tells the story of the hymn which originated in the ghi ttocs of eastern Europe and is now spreading through the Jewish DP camps and Palestine. Using as its text a paraphrase of a section of Maimonides' Thirteen Principles of Faith, it illuminates the agony and faith of Hitler's victims. Rosten's story tells of the appearance of the song that welded the strength of the heroes of the battle of the Warsaw ghetto. BEST CAMPERS Sonya Rimm, 10 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rimm, 2440 N.E. Second ave., was named best camper of the Miami Y during the closing exercises Wednesday afternoon. Other awards were made to Ann Fisher, outstanding senior girl; Lee Stein, outstanding intermediate girl and Judy Abbott, outstanding junior girl. Named outstanding among the boys' groups were Howard Feinman, senior; Melvin Tartasky, intermediate; Bernard Weiner, junior. Best midget was Larry Marks. Miss Eisner won an additional prize for being outstanding in arts and crafts and Weiner was also a double prize winner, receiving his second award for excellence in Hebrew. Leah Bernstein won an award for arts and crafts and Sandra Rubenstein and Howard Tisk received prizes for their work in the camp's SOS drive for supplies for overseas survivors. Prizes were distributed by Mrs. Ben Essen, chairman of the Y's home camp committee. Guest speaker was Leon Lieberman, first chairman of the committee. Highlights of the program were exhibitions by the Hebrew and dramatics groups and the dancing class which performed several Palestine numbers. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will aave on a new roof later "Satitfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 fcbi Frank was the son-inbf the late Mrs. Lillian Mills jiami Beach. His wife, Mrs. pee Gelbspan Frank, for' lived at Miami Beach, dited with being the first chaplain to enter Paris J its liberation. Rabbi Frank %  also a principal speaker in irst radio broadcast by Alton occupied Nazi soil. The pm originated in Aachen. [graduate of the University f icago, he attended the HeTheological college there %  received his rabbinical delfrom the Jewish TheologiVminary, New York, in 1935. Jn'ivors include his widow [their seven year old son. tial was in Chatanooga. I Miami Beach Boys erve Bar Mitzvas jBar Mitzvas of two young F Beach boys will be celer Sa 'urday morning at the J Beach Jewish Center. The pre Sylvan, son of Mr. and I rving Schumann, and Paul, P 1 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sandm Irving Lchrman will "" l "e services. and Mrs. Sandier will hold "owe at 1614 Pennsylvania L 1 friends &nd relj If day Saturday in honor F" son. i"*!L ao e "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS" 135 ROOMS • 130 BATHS GRILL COCKTAIL LOUNGE RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC FANS Beautyrest Beds Casement Windows Venetian Blinds .SfljgTB'fl AVL, MOM I 01* IN EVERY ROOM SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS SPECIAL FAMILY RATE (3 or 4 persons) Granted Upon Presentation of This Advertisement $ 251 Location: 3 Miles North' of Daytorta Beach, on U.S. No. 1 Highway 2 Miks from Ocean via Nearest Bridge WRITE WIRE PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS HOMER HARDESTY, Co-Mg, PHONE 1800 PO BOX 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA 1 <



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PAGE EIGHT +JeistncrMton Zionist Youth Groups Map Joint Action A joint political action committee was established by the local Masada and Junior Hadassah chapters at a meeting Tuesday evening. The committee, whose members are Celia Dobrin, Selma Lewis, j j Beverly Raphael, Mike Cooper, Charles Freefield and Harold Shapiro, will coordinate political activities of the two Zionist youth groups. First joint activity conducted by Masada and Junior Hadassah locally was a petition campaign held last week protesting the partition of Palestine. The groups have decided to hold joint meetings during the critical Palestine situation and are considering merging. •^^^^^**^**^* r m^^^^^^^ Ask lor U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS FRIDAY, PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI Mr. and Mrs Joel Zalis, 1668 S. W. 14th ter., will be honored at an open house at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zalis, 3414 Auchentroley ter., Baltimore, Md Sunday afternoon on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. The coupb left for Baltimore this week with their four sons, Stanley, Charles, Marvin and Edward. Natives of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Zalis were married in Washington in 1921 and moved to Miami in 1925. They are active in the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation and Mrs. Zalis is immediate past president of the Miami Women's Auxiliary to the Jewish Home for the Aged. CIO Leader To Address Miami Youth Groups Charles Smolikoff, Florida director of the CIO, will discuss "Labor Looks to Youth" at the fifth and final event in the Voice Youth scries Sunday evening Sept. 8, at the Miami Y. Charles M. Freefield of Masada will be chairman of the program which will commemorate Labor Day. A recording and a motion picture will be presented. The organizations sponsoring the series are the Anti-Defamation league, B'nai B'rith Youth organization, Bureau of Jewish Education, the Miami and Beach Y's and the Zionist Youth commission. TAMAR CLUB INVITES WIVES TO MEETING Wives of members of the Tamar Men's club will be special guests at an open meeting to be held at the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. Third st., 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Murray J. Shulman, president, announces. Samuel Brambier, social activities chairman, will be in charge of the social affair. The club is an affiliate of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. AUGUST, ^? S chat2 Si, ^deofNavyVeJ Mr an d Mr7s!7 •, who l^yi Park --i Sufl ty on j uly 14> ^^Jj j h omc *> Ph*i*i their wedding w tt 5"; ""man Schiuh National hotel, Miami H Mrs. Irving H. Fined e < her sister, ami r/21 l^'. was best man. 11 Mrs. Klinghoffer „J Ppnced* Leon H|gh U the Univeraity 0 j u ; husband, son of Mr IS Khnghoffer, attend^' £T si ty of Pennsy | Wharton School „f a2 was a member of Beta Sia Beta Gamma Sigma, Gamma Nu, honorary i societies. He served" 1,1 and one-half years with J in the Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Al Berko, brated their third anm Friday night with friendsd Clover Club. Guests werel Mrs. Walter Mackau, H Mrs. AbeBerkowitz,Mr, Sam Tendrich, Miss Berkowitz and Sol MISS DOLSKY PLANS WEDDING IN CHICAGO Miss May Dolsky and Kenneth Braidman will be married in Chicago Aug. 25. her par. nts, Mr. and Mrs. S. Dolsky, 1430 S. W. Fifth St., ami. unced this week. Miss Dolsky attended Florida State College fen Women and the University of Miami. Her fiance, son of the Louis Braidmans, of Chicago. s< rved three years in the Coast Guard. The ei uple will live in Miami after a short stay in Chicago. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE Complete & Dependable Title Service MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 41 M. L FIRST AVENUE TEL 3-6661 Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO One of the OLDEST and LARGEST Insurance Companies in the United States Announcing The Removal To Our New and Larger Offices NOW LOCATED AT 2204-2206 S. W. 27th Ave. OFF CORAL WAY PHONES 48-2600—48-2609 I. S. Shapoff, Realtor you can males come true I W-j i— mJ?? YOU CAN OWN A SPARKLING KITCHIN j WITH A NIW AUTOMATIC GAS RANGI Home appliance and cabinet manufactureiff f beyond the "hope to" itage in devaJopinf ff kitchens to come. Kitchens like the one shown abeva arc *• •* of tomorrow— C j of these exhilarating beauties w* jtfjEJ on a fleecy cloud and take you to • modern We"* land that'll seem most too good to be true. Sll YOUR GAS APPLIANCI DIAII* OR PEOPLES: : COMPANY



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biMtUEIIiDipidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY E asndL THE JEWISH WEEKLY "Jg^MJMBER 34 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23,1946" H TO EXTEND CETO DPS SIX NEVA (JTA)-Thc UNRRA Lj| a t its concluding session [to continue to care for disI persons until the new Infernal Refugee Organization up. despit. the fact that jtAisbcine liquidated at the f t i-NKRAaidfor I M-11 nut, li wevi r, extend Ld June, 1947. UNRRA also %  to assist all those classified | n the draft constitu%  -.., IRO. This would inthi native Jews of Gerr and Austria ; action came on the heels orous dciii;.!., 1 by UNRRA lor General Fiorello La Hia that some int< rnational i be found to aid displaced bs after UNRRA is liqui, the council of the organiI discussed various plans to %  the resettlement of tens of (Continued on Page 4) HlljilS >ln|l Ifiire M;iI us lanization of the Greater • Emergi ncy counnanent basis is be\ ed by local groups, this week. ented at a Bg held last Thursday in pees of Harry Simonhoff, pianc.f the |i c;,] council, and Bed by representatives of the p Zionist groups, American Congress and other in1 agencies, [of the immediate plans belied is the possibility of |>fan offic, for this region Zionist Organization of fa to be directed by a paid live. [for continued publicity as Itbedissemin ition of eduBl Ofterial concerning the situation were also disthe mating were iam,n Meyers, Shepard ar Lelchuk, Gilbert Mrs. Louis Glasser and %  %  Tahanoff. PRICE: TEN CENTS World Congress Site Changed to Switzerland NEW YORK (JTA)—The 49th annual convention of the Zionist Organisation of America will convene on Oct. 25 in Atlantic City, N. J„ according to Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, president. The convention will precede by about one month the opening of the World Zionist Congress, scheduled to be held in Switserland in the latter part of November. (In Jerusalem, the Small Zionist Actions committee decided to convene the congress in Europe rather than in Palestine as originally scheduled.) ZOA leaders announced that the membership of the organization now exceeds 190,000, the largest total in its history. This figure does not include the memberships of Hadassah and affiliated organisations of the ZOA. 71 Agencies Seek Funds With budget committee meetings scheduled to start next month, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is compiling information about agencies which are applying for funds to be raised in the 1947 campaign. Already 71 agencies have requested allocations, but Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, said this week that about 65 agencies will probably be accepted by the budget committee. Federation is investigating the budgets, expenditures and the work of the agencies which apply for funds and the budget committee will make its decisions from these findings. The United Jewish Appeal, which this year received approximately $517,000 from Greater Miami Jewry, will probably be the major beneficiary of the 1947 campaign. Local organizations which have so far asked for funds are the Bureau of Jewish Education, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth, Miami Beach Hadassah, Jewish Home for the Aged, National Council of Jewish Women, the Miami and BeachY's. Seventy agencies benefitted from the 1946 campaign in which $829,951 was raised. The complete text of the British plan for partitioning Palestine into Arab-Jewish zones, which President Truman has now accepted with the exception of three suggested amendments, was revealed to the public for the first time last Sunday. Drew Pearson, nationally known columnist, used the text as his subject. "The document is most revealing," he stated. "It shows that the United States is to accept 50,000 Jewish refugees while England gives no guarantee of accepting a definite number; that the United States may be obligated to pay a quarter of a billion dollars to finance Palestine; and most important of all, that there is no definite pledge to accept the longproposed 100,000 Jewish refugees into Palestine. This is the figure demanded of the British by President Truman months ago. The British plan—sometimes I called the Morrison-Grady plan— I consists of ten pages of text plus 25 pages of appendices. The report is marked: TOP SECRET. This document is the property of His Britannic Majesty's government. It is requested that special care be taken to insure the secrecy of this document." The White House Friday issued a statement expressing Presidnt Truman's hope that the forthcoming negotiations between the British government and Arab and Jewish representatives will arrive at a fair solution of the Palestine problem. The President also voiced the hope that action will be taken to aid the displaced Jews in Europe. He officially confirmed that he plans to ask Congress to approve the admission to the United States REVEALS Immigrant Ship Hit By Haifa Saboteurs — JERUSALEM.—Swimming saboteurs using limpet mines blew a hole eight feet long and three feet wide below the waterline of the British troopship Empire Rival in Haifa bay shortly before midnight Wednesday, but failed to sink her, the government announced. "Three swimmers were observed around the stern of the ship and the military guard aboard opened fire on them, though apparently without effect," the announcement said, in describing the attempt to sink the Empire Rival, which had just returned from transporting a second load of illegal Jewish refugees to Cyprus. "Approximately a half hour Culture Group Li sis 1 Events later two explosions took place and the after hold of the Empire Rival began to fill with water. The bulkheads which had been closed held and the next hold remained clear of water." As British troops swarmed the central section of Second season of the Greater Miami Jewish Cultural committee will feature a symposium on a contemporary Jewish problem through as well as musical concerts and ] Jerusalem this week, halting pera dance recital, Mrs. Leo Huber%  sons in the streets for spot idenman, chairman, announced this i tity checks and setting up maweek, (chinegun posts and barbed wire The committee, composed of 16 entan ?Jf ment s i the executive local Jewish organizations, will present James Waterman Wise and Chayim Greenberg in a symposium on "The Jew and World Democracy" on Feb. 25. Son of Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, the former is an outstanding liberal lecturer. Greenberg is editor of the Jewish Frontier. Rabbi James Heller, former national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, may also appear on the symposium. First event of the committee's 1946-47 series will be the appearance of Sidor Belarsky, baritone, formerly of the San Francisco Opera, on Nov. 17. Marguerite Kozenn, soprano, and Julius Chajes, pianist and composer, will give a concert on Dec. 22. On Jan. 12, Zvee Scooler, monologuist, and Benjamin Zemach, dancer, will be presented. Additional events may be anof a limited number of Jewish nounced by the committee in the DP's, in addition to those who can enter under the regular immigration quota. The full text of the White House announcement, which was released as the President left for a 17-day vacation cruise in New England waters, follows: "Although the President has been exchanging views with Mr. Attlec on the subject, this gov(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) near future. Part of the series will be held in Miami and the rest of the Beach. Admission will be by subscription or single ticket. *k World Guarantee of Rights Enm TA A >^ment on fiinn ndat '" ns "^de to IW.0HS at thePeaee ConKg*!f thi, wSi compensation wherever restituCongress, Anglo-Jewish association is impossible. It will also tion, Counseil Representatif des ask that assets of Jews of former Juifs de France, Alliance Israelite enemy nationality be exempt Universelle. South African Board from all types of seizure by the of Jewish Deputies Allied nations. The memorandum will offer amendments to the peace treaties providing for the rights to emigrate freely, as well as for clarifying the status of Jewish cornIsrael. Meanwhile, Herbert Evatt, head of the Australian delegation at the Peace Conference, proposed an "impartial court of human rights" to enforce any I••-.,; basic rights muni Whrr 3 !! ltcrnati nal emy nations, the guaranteeing of peace treaties He suggested that one T h th;m a loeal r civ Political and economic individuals and groups as well as "inclul ,' (l0mmend arights to Jews, and the disposition states be permitted to. appca 1 to |cf th ,U h t,"'"" n ^forceof the property of Jews who died the court and that its decisions 1 unl n r '8hts proheirlesl ** enforceable against individThe eleven organizations whose uals, groups, local agencies and representatives drew up the joint states. f „,. 0 ; 0 „ nffire American Jewish ( n London a fo£" !" e Jewish spokesman said the British gov had not yet made up •lion. dditi 0 L 'ted Nations ""tion of c 'mmend program are: groups' conference, American I Igary committee, World Jewish Conernment e *h property gress, Jewish National Council of its mind whether to support ring th„ cuperiy gress, jewisn nauonai ooumu •— interns' \n Nazi re im e Palestine, Board of Deputies of Evatt's proposal for an interna 1 Rumania and British Jews, Canadian Jewish tional court.) and lleaeli Okays Hospital Sale Terms of the sale of the Alton Road hospital to the Mt. Sinai hospital group were approved by the Miami Beach city council Wednesday when assurance was given that the hospital would be in operation as soon as equipment is obtained. Difficulty in staffing the hospital will probably delay the opening until late December or early January. As proposed by Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president, the hospital group will assume a $27,000 first mortgage and pay $25,000 in cash, as well as $48,000 in five yearly payments at three per cent interest. The group reserved the right to pay off the balance at any time. It also agreed to retain 25 per cent of the beds in the Alton Road hospital for low income persons. Planning to build a $2,500,000 hospital, the Mt. Sinai group committees of the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National council met here to map final plans for non-cooperation with the government. Authoritative spokesmen stressed that non-cooperation is aimed exclusively at protesting the deportations to Cyprus of visaless Jews. If the government should halt the deportations and return those who have already been sent to Cyprus, Jewish leaders would agree to call off the non-cooperation campaign and meet with the government for general discussions on the entire Palestine situation, they said. One British transport sailed from Haifa this week bearing the second group of Jewish refugees to be deported to Cyprus, while another returned to its pier after explosion in its hold. The Empire Rival left Haifa after a several-hour battle during which tear gas and fire hoses were used to subdue Jews aboard the Katriel Jaffe, who refused to be transferred to the transports. After two attempts to move them failed, Indian troop reinforcements were sent to the ship and crushed the resistance. Although unofficial reports said that one refugee had been killed and several injured in the battle, an official communique stated that "no casualties were suffered." The explosion, which took place aboard the Empire Heywood, occurred shortly after the vessel had moved from the pier with its cargo of refugees. According to the official announcement, the blast was caused by two flashlights filled with gelignite, and had been aimed at blowing a hole in the ship's side. However, no damage was done. 4 Attend Masada Meet Four members of the local Masada, young men's Zionist organization, will attend the convention of the Southeastern region of Masada in Birmingham, Ala., on Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2. Delegates are Harold Shapiro, agreed to return to Miami Beach Harold Herman, Charles Freeany profit from the sale of the field and Seymour Hinkes. MarAlton Road hospital if the new j vin Cooper and Emanuel Stadlan hospital is not located at the are alternates. Regional officers Beach. 'will be elected at the meet. I %  i < v II 1 j • •'1 1 i ,<: | 1 %  1 ( 1 'I



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PAGE TWELVE *Je*istncricliM I -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE" (Copyright, 19, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) By PHINEAS J. BIRON EXPLANATORY FOOTNOTE Lt. Gen. Sir Evelyn Barker, British commander in Palestine, whose anti-Semitic remarks about fraternization with Jews were repudiated by his country, used to command occupation troops in Sclesswig Holstein. He was removed from Germany because he was too friendly with the Nazis. PAINTER OF SADNESS Max Band, one of the world's outstanding contemporary painters, writes: "You call me the painter of sadness. The artist paints what he loves. I love the color, light and shadow of trees, rivers and mountains. I love the beauty, sensuality, and texture of flowers and fruit. As for human beings, the opposed, the sad are nearest to my heart—I paint only what I love." NOT FIT TO PRINT Newspapers did not report one of the most disgraceful anti-Jewish incidents. It happened in Liberty. New York. Two ex-GI's in uniform stormed into a tavern and administered a cruel beating to the owner, an elderly Jew. While demolishing the place they shrieked: "We'll finish the job for Hitler. The police took the two soldiers into custody. Everybody in and around Liberty tries to shrug off the incident as an unfortunate affair. The press is being kept away. "Nothing really happened." the Jewish friends of the tavern keeper answer to all inquires. But the tavern keeper's face and body tell a different story. THE FIGHT MUST GO ON. Rev. Ben Richardson delivered a stirring address the other night befori a breathless audience at Lake Mohegan. When he concluded his speech, calling upon America's Christian leadership to take up the case for persecuted European Jewry, the men and women who surged forward to shake his hand noticed his deadly pallor They never knew that just before Richardson mounted the rostrum, he had received ;i reading: "Rheubie (his wife) added responsibility of helping in C< pi ly H' spital critical condisome of them find a home here tion result of automobile accident" Rheubie Richardson is outbreak of the war. During the war he multiplied this record. Why is this gangster permitted to spread Nazi doctrine With the official sanction of the British command? RECOMMENDATION. We recommend "Pathways Through The Bible" by M rtimer J. Cohen, with 25 two-color illustrations and a five-color frontispiece bv Arthur Szyk The price of $3 is a real bargain. Any other publisher would charged $6 for this deluxe editioi The Jewish Publication Society of America is rendering a great service bv making this beautiful volume accessibli to the public of America. YOU'RE WELCOME. MRS. ROOSEVELT Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt asked us to give space to the following letter. "Since my return from Europe at the beginning of this year I have been deeply concerned with the problems of the people for whom the United Jewish Apeal must raise a minimum of $100,000,000. "In Germany I visited four displaced pels, ns camps. wh< i 1 saw Jews—men. womi n an I children—crowd) d togi tl er in tiny rooms or in underground shelters, without any privacy, living on a diet based <>n i soup, the prey of all kinds of disease. In the short time I was there I became more conscious than ever tx fore of what human mis< ry can be. "Seeing how these people must live today gave me the feeling that we Americans have been saved untold misery, and that we must have been saved for a reason. That reason must be that we were expected to I give leadership — spiritual, moral and physical leadership. We have the capacity to see that they get the things they need. We can help them to get to Palestine — this uprooted people who have no other home to return to: and we have the UNIVERSITY TO OPEN NEW CAMPUS IN FALL BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER Beach Lawyers Name Meyer President First president of the newly-organized Miami Beach Bar association is Baron de Hirsch Meyer, wl o was unanimously selected in a mail-in i lection. Darrcy Davis was named secend \ue president. A run-off will be held between Ben Cohen and Id Turk for the vice prisidi ncy. Selection of a board of directors will be made shortly. Development of the University of Miami will reach a new peak this fall with the inauguration of new courses, the opening of facilities on the new 245-acre campus in the Coral Gables Riviera section, and the addition of 90 new members to the faculty. The new building is the first permanent construction designed for the new campus. Besides classrooms, the building will contain a lecture hall and a reading room, both air conditioned. Under construction now are 280 temporary wooden buildings which will be used as classrooms, administrative buildings and recreation centers until other permanent buildings can be constructed. According to Dr. J. F. W. Pearson, dean of the faculty, the university will have an enrollment of more than 3,500 students at the fall term, the largest in history. *vy h EVY ZJfJi i Sal of KmV| ar > *S] M ii city pll v^fc VA Guarantees Loans ;, brilliant dental research worker OWENS HEADS BANK .1 T. Owens has been elected president of the Miami Industrial bank, 46 W. Flagler st., sucng Claude L. Hemphill. Owens has been executive vice nt since the bank was fi unded in 1937. Otlur new officers are Roy A. Perry, executive vice president; A. M. Wright, cashier. J. P. Simremains vice president and Hi mphill will continue as chairman of the board. Three new assistant cashiers are Mrs. A. M. Ambler, Mrs. Marie (' %  Whaler and Mrs. Claudine Weaver. In an effort to speed up the approval of loan applications for veterans in the ten-county Miami region, the veterans administration has opened a loan guarantee office on the fourth floor of the Calumet bldg., 10 N. E. Third ave. Monday. The VA guarantees or insures eligible loans of veterans up to $4,000 for real estate loans; $2,000 for non-real estate loans, or a prorated portion of cither of these amounts for loans of both types or a combination. band, Jacob; t*„ ,"!J }f >"W in ihTg! KING K tm %  %  i £' S %  II" Sew fort •. I: I I'rlv.iti fum %  .... M n th0or*n| • %  %  %  I'll,rhil.l dWl3 Mi %  1 Fi I WANT MY! among us. "I think that the most imporand a militant anti-fascist... Our tant thing for us to realize is 1 at is off to Ben who knows that jthat a great responsibility lies th( fight must go on. jupon our shoulders and that we ATTENTION, MR. ATTLEE. must give beyond what we have Karl Kaufman. Adolph Hitler's ever given in other years. I have extraordinary deputy in Hamattended United Jewish Appeal burg, who is detained as a war! meetings and seen men and wi mcriminal in the camp of Neuenen give as much as ten times what gamine (British zone) is now givthey gave last year, aware that ing lectures to his co-prisoners only sacrificial giving can help from SS gangs on "Nazi-Race" these unhappy people find a fuand "Nationality Question" ture. If we Americans don't give Kaufman, an ordinary thug and a them that help, I don't know Nazi of long standing, is a notor| where in the world it is going to ious murderer. 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