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The Jewish Floridian ( August 30, 1946 )

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feMiltUEItanidliiaun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY r 19 NUMBER 35 MIAMI is, FLORIDA: F RIDAY. AUGusT3o7i"946 ISSB Board Prepares 54,242 Budget for 1947 iThe Jewish Social Service bureau will ask the Dade County nunity Chest for S51,702.50 for the 1947 fiscal year, Charles JSSB executive director, announced this week following lecision of the board of directors Tuesday night. A change board's policy on public assistance was also adopted at J meeting. IThe board estimated that total operating expenses of the Ley will be S54.242.50 for the year beginning March, 1947. his. the bureau anticipates an income of 52,540 with 51,000 ecled from dues under the new membership plan. Cohen said that the preliminary request for funds will be used to determine the Chest's campaign goal. Final allocation to JSSB will be made by the Chest after the November campaign. For the current fiscal year, JSSB is operating on a $40,425 budget with a $36,000 grant from the Chest. The present allocation provides for three professional workers. In the requested allocation, the bureau is asking for funds for four workers. The policy change which the board okayed Tuesday concerns referral of cases to the division of charities of the city welfare department. On an experimental basis, the possibility of cooperating with city charities will be explored, Cohan stated. However, no cases (Continued on Page 4) rum Accuses ate Department IASHTNGTC N I ITA)— Bartley member of the former lo-Ameriean Inquiry commitnPalestini. i harged the Near fern Division of the State dement with "frustrating" presand congressional policy Palestine and said that "it |ld be salutary if Loy Henderkttsignalior w re requested." iHer.ck: ii i ctor of the iotNi I t( in and Afri|Afai:in the State depart' %  k 1 la luncheon nor by Underlay oi I Interior Oscar bman, undei the auspices of Imerican Cl rtian Palestine Wttee. Hi lared that the while on the en route to • State deM revealed re. to the Arabs by t. "For i very promlade by pre; lei ts, for every btion by ( f or every in every party platform %  1920 on," Crum said, "our ^department in secret cables Arabs .1. d them that i Would be dine. State ent thinks Polity highly realistic," I declared. 'The British were 'rank in saying that the pon was not one of Jews, but ^ possibility ol war with a power, namely, the Soviet To that end they sub!'was vital that the Britn in the Middle East 1 by us as well as N Secretary of State Dean %  this week denied thc %  miL Said lhat if there to m to this matter, which he !* believe, the criticism greeted against him. Woman May Get Shertok's Job in Agency JERUSALEM (JTA) — Goldie Meirson, American-born labor leader, has been named temporary chief of the political department of the Jewish Agency to replace Moshe Shertok, who is being held in Latrun prison, it was learned this week. She is the first woman to occupy the position. Eliahu Dobkin, immigration chief of the Agency, who returned this week from Paris, denied that there were differences of opinion on basic policy among members of the executive. At the same time, Avi Lurie, the representative of the Hashomer Hazair on the executive committee of the Jewish National council, sent a letter to Council President Isaac Ben Zvi, informing him that he will refuse to participate in further sessions of the executive because of the council's failure to implement its decision to launch a policy of noncooperation with the government. PRICE: TEN CENTS Next Palestine Parley September 9; Tel Aviv Expects Second Siege Secret Radio Tells Residents To Defy Curfew TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Jewish inhabitants here who have been stocking food for days in hourly expectation of a new 24-hour curfew, were warned by the Haganah radio, "Voice of Israel," to prepare for a second military siege and were urged to resist curfew regulations that may be imposed. Similar instructions were broadcast by a new secret radio station, "The Voice of Tel Aviv," which went on the air for the first time this week. The broadcast urged Jews to defy curfew orders by appearing in the streets en masse, and in the event of new searches by the military not to divulge their identity. Exceptions were the mayor, members of the municipality and heads of vital services who might identify themselves. Traffic on the main street of Tel Aviv was halted this week when Jewish youths threw blucand-white bannrs over the wires of the city's lighting system. Crowds stopped to stare at the banners which bore the symbol of the Irgun Zvai Leumi—the out(Continued on Page 4) Zionists Stage Mass Exodus from Poland Mufti, Zionist Leaders May Meet in London LONDON (JTA) —An official announcement issued this week land" in view of the persistent' by the British Foreign Office anti-Semitic violence throughout stated that the forthcoming WARSAW (JTA)-Polish Zionist organizations have decided to proclaim an "Exodus from Pothe country, which is being intensiiicd as opposition parties launch their campaigns for the forthcoming parliamentary elections. In revealing their decision to the government, the Zionist leaders asked the authorities to open the frontiers to Jews desiring to leave the country. The government has acceded to their request and has promised to instruct border guards to permit Jews to cross the frontiers freely within a specified one-month period. Jewish Communists are opposing the exodus of Jews, while the Jewish Socialist Bund decided to give its members a free hand. The decision of the Zionist groups has not been made public either in thc Jewish or in the Polish press, but Jews in Lodz and in othi r cities somehow got wind of it before it was even disclosed to the government, and thousands of them are now making ready to i migrate. The Polish authorities indicated that they would be willing to permit 3.000 Jews to leave daily during the one(Continued on Page 4) State Lotlge Parley To Convene in Tain pa A charter plan will carry delegates from the Miami area to the Florida state convention of B'nai B'rith lodges to be held' in Tamp:. Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Heading the delegation will be Milton A. Friedman, vice president of the state federation and a representative of Sholem lodge, Miami. Participating in the convention will be two representatives of the Miami Beach lodge. Harold Turk, state membership chairman, will conduct a symon membership posium and ** V Schedules Wew Concert Series kaeries of five cultural bers are John Brownlee, baritone. Admission to the five pro*'" be held this winter and Lucille Browning, contralto, grams which will be held at Bu1Hf P1CeS f the Beach both of the Metropolitan; Edward Bcat h w m be by subscription s JS! rm 1 an <*airman of Kane, tenor, of the Chicago Civic on)y Huberma n said. No single tickets will be sold. Announceof ticket sales and the l2* ur al committee, anOpera, and Adelaide Abbott, so, mis Wei-W • blight f prano concert artist. • < oi tin series, which On Dec. 28, Iva Kitchell, comic ment ,J; na ^Profit basis, dancer, will perform. Ray Lev, places where the events will be g* appearance of Bidu pianist, will be presented Jan. 25. held, will P Primal lyric so Prano Miss Lev plays to "standing room jr. 0 Ptra a f th Metro onl y" audiences at Carnegie hall L*1U be C(i| npany. Miss and this is one of her first major k b 2 DC Presented by the tours outside of the New York Although the Beach Y is planning this separate concert series, maintaining its membership Dec CV nt wi area. Final event on the series wi it is in the Greater Miami Jewish B a conFinal event on the senes will be Cultural !" V^'£" !" $ !" 2 by t,1( .. FootHght fl m starring j oseph Fuchs, executive d.rector of the whose memconcert violinist, on March 29. ported. %  iuartot, George JTalianoff, Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation league, will report on ADL activities. Others representing the Beach lodge will be J. Harry Day, chairman of the lodge's convention committee, and Godfrey K. Newman, Walter C. Kovner, Dave Emmer, Jack A. Abbott, Siegfried Gcismar, Ben Winter, Daniel Broad, Isadore Tannen, Edward Levin, Bernard S. Feiner, Max Singer, Al Kreisler, Jack August, Paul Green, Harold Zinn and Arthur Frishman. Besides Friedman, delegates of Sholem lodge are President E. Albert Pallot, Maurice Dworkin, Fred K. Shochet, Harry Schwartz, Nathan Adelman, Eli Hurwitz, Isaac Levin, Max Silver and Marx I'Ymberg. and Arthur Frishman. A report on members who have joined since the 1945 convention will be given and plans will be made for the state lodges' participation in the national membership drive to be held from October. 1946, to April, 1947. A goal of 1,500 new members has been set for the 12 Florida lodges. The convention program will include addresses by Isaac Gradman, president of the fifth district; Julius Fisher, district secretary: Ed Grusd, editor of the National Jewish Monthly. round-table conference on Palestine will open in London on Sept. 9. At the same time, a spokesman for Prime Minister Attlee indicated that the British government may allow the Mufti, as well as the detained Zionist leaders, to attend the meetings. According to the spokesman, the British government would rather not have the Mufti or the detained Jewish leaders at the meetings, "but we would not let the conference break down on that issue." Invitations for the conference have been sent to the governments of Arab states, to the Jewish Agency for Palestine and to the Palestine Arab Higher Committee. In Jerusalem Palestine Arab leaders claimed this week that they received information from their representatives in London that several members of the British cabinet are inclined to invite the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem to participate in the discussions. The demand that the ex-Mufti, who is now in exile in Egypt, be permitted to attend the London conference as head of the Palestine Arab group was one of the (Continued on Page 4) Florida AZA Stales Parley Sixth annual AZA Florida regional convention will open in Tampa tomorrow and continue over the Labor Day weekend. Also meeting in Tampa will be the state federation of B'nai B'rith, parent organization of AZA. Members of Florida AZA chapters will attend oratory and debate contests, basketball games and a hayride. Guest speaker at the convention banquet in the Hillsboro hotel will be Dr. E. C. Nance, president of the University of Tampa. Miami delegates from AZA chapter 322 are Joseph Reisman and Sidney Grossberg. Walter Traurig is the alternate. Representing Sigma Rho chapter are Harold Weinberg, Stanley Bulbin, Albert Kahn and Gerald Shankman. Among the delegates from Royal Palm chapter, Miami Beach, is Melvin Frumkis. Marjorie Miller and Glennor Cravitt, 322 and Sigma Rho candidates for state AZA sweetweart, will also attend. Chapter 322 held a canned foods drive last week to aid the local SOS drive for supplies for overseas survivors. Plans for the continuation of the campaign will be discussed by the chapter at a meeting Thursday night at the Miami Y. 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PAGE TWO *Jeis*rkrMto!n_ FRIDAY AUGUST i < • • With Labor day andlhe High Holidays so near Miamians are making the homeward trek horn all points north, east and We Dr'. Benjamin Coleman, 337 Lincoln rd has returned from New York where he spent two months doing P*? !" duate work Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff are expected back irom their New York vacation today Rabb: Leon Kromsh has returned from Far Rockaway. N. Y„ and expects his fcm.ly to arrive within the next few weeks • • • Mrs. Charles Adelman and herjwo children are home irom a visit in Savannah, Ga. — Gattlinburg, Tenn., was the vacation spot of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies who returned last week ... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner and daughters have returned from the New York mountains ... Mr. and Mrs. William I. Brenner are home from North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Morris and family have returned to the city after an extended northern vacation. Mr. Morris will soon reopen the Alcazar hotel Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feinstein have rejoined their son, Eddie, at the Versailles after a brief holiday ^ LABOR DAY IN CUBA Spending Labor day weekend in Havana, Cuba, are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block, Mr. and Mrs. Max Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Greenbaum After the trip, Mi. and Mrs. Paul will spend several weeks in New York and Atlantic City and Mr. and Mrs. Greenbaum will celebrate their wedding anniversary in Crystal Springs, Fla. Miss Ruth Brotman flew to Montreal, Canada, last week to visit her family. While there she will broadcast several concerts over Station CKAC While on three months leave from War department headquarters, Frankfort, Germany, Arthur Fuld visited his mother and brother, Ernest Fuld, at 2721 S. W. 20th st. Mr. Fuld is returning to Europe aboard the S.S. George Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff are in Charlotte, N. C, after vacationing in Long Beach, Long Island Mrs. Henry Hohauser is visiting in New York following a trip to California. Mr. Hohauser returned to Miami last week from the West Coast Mrs. William D. Tucker, jr., and son, Wi'.iiam, III, have returned to their home in Huntsville, Ala., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, here. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Sophia Ginsb urgh to Say V ows Suni ** HEIFETZ MISS MISS HEIFETZ TO SAY VOWS TOMORROW NEWLYWEDS RETURN FROM TRIP TO CUBA Ml and -.: Max Schickler, B^x. N.Y., and Royce hotel, B, ach, announce the nuu I : daughter, Edythe, 1 \"V X" ... south Norwalk, i Miami Beach. Rabbi E. Rackovsky officiated orem ny which was held 0 Beth Tfilah synagogue, Miami Bi Members of th, wedding party Art n and Leonard ,,i the bride, -.,. -.: \: : Bash and \[ : s n Suslow. ,, remony Mr. i d Mrs. Ja kobson were honorI | i Royce and I hotels. Approximately n guests attended. born in Vienna • i United States go t< escape Nazi per• r ia. Mr. Jacobson to thi Uniti d States at the I and attended ComHi I in South Nori I in the U. S. cavui years in England, i;, rmany and Russia. \ • -. on in Havana, ,iintat the Impcrial hi tel. MR. and MRS. JACOBON Miss Freehling Honored Miss Jeanne Freehling, brideelect of Myron Sterman of Alabama, was honored at a handkerchief shower Tuesday at the home of Miss Molly Ann Boyell, 2336 S.W. 23 st. Miss Freehling';: houseguest, Gloria Sterman, sister of the bridegroom-elect, left yesterday to return to Alabama where she is attending the state university. I Miss Sophia P.i.i> No invitations have; the couple arc asked J Mrs Martin Lazar & sister's matWMHj Bears brother-in-law/' Klein, wll be best man. -Murray Gra uer I E. Rackovsky Q| AI '' cheloff win ofll ,J 1 : on y. Specif have been extmded to and officers of the Jewi for the Aged to attend' dn.g. Vr. and Mrs. Bearta| at ... kiddush Saturday at the Miami Jewish Congregation. Out-of-t^wn guests trt thi wedd Sadie Kerper and daugal omi, of New Jersey, cousin of the bridtgro. and David Kiener, Aft Miss Ginsburgh's grar '.: %  Miss Hartman Selects November for Wedding All roads lead to 111:: oi tl i thi Jacobson family ill atl nd the wi Mi R ith H. ::. tz ol Chi go an I i H. Jac bs< :.. Miami, ti ow evening. David Ja( ol s n, fatl er ol the !.. will li ave ti s Mi mi and Mrs. Ja< i will go from New York. The brid brothi sisti r-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Owi n Ji rdan, and their daughti r, Ni •.'. York, will also atti nd. The wedding will be held at the hon of thi elect's brother-in-law and sister, D-. an I Ben Nieman, Oak Park, 111. Miss Heifetz is th< ghti r oi Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heifetz, ChiAfter a hoi i ymi ion in Ha' the couple ill return to Mian i ai ound Sept. 9. A wedding in late November is being planni d by Miss Ethel Hariman and Sam Greensteln, gagement is announced w( i k by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mi rris Kryshka, Bronx, NY. Miss Hartman attended schools in Pi ividence, R.I., and has been • Miami for the past several months. I! : t: ince, a veteran of five ti thi Army, served in the theatre. Sen of the J. S. Gi teins, :'. r >41 Lincoln ave., ut Gi • % %  e is now in busni h< :<. couple will live in Miami. for RUT CONVALESCEUCI -JCHBOOCCJ*I 'Sun-Ray Park a Ith Resort Alex Coif MiAMi-w.riAcim • 10-COUB* rioo'OA Representing SUN un ASSURANCE COMPJ OF CANADA 218 Shorelcmd Bli Phones 3-8797 or H LIFE INSURANCE AND RETIREMENT uNQQM BUY SAVINGS BONDS! BUY THEM NOWI For The Best REMEMBRANCE CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Large Assortment ol 'Jewlih Vew LJeai L atdi ft ft llaiitl Made Chocolates Created by THE HOUSE OF GIRARD ft ft WE PARCEL POST from COAST TO COAST ft ft 10 & 12 S. E. Second Avenue Opp. Florida Power & Light Co. %. urdine's New! 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^psg&$%gRtg^?0?' !" i ^ YiA UGUST_30i^i ^Jenhlh tounWcuin ,11 program for 0 be marked by a gala, 1^ day dance at the Mirt 830 P-m. Monday, acL".o Ben Essen, chairman fadult activities committee. k-oiece orchestra under the „f > %  • wood Lavine Lovidc the music for the Er dancing. M< mbers of the L dub. the Y's young EM* will i"-''" 1 a rou P 1 and Herb Ruirme n of the sub['.. rtainment and ., is in charge 1 ts, Other members I ide Herbert Max R. Silvi r, Sam Seitlin, Etta. Leo" Kaplan and Uac bson. [public is inviti d. BEN ESSEN nage Sale to Aid krcular Patients By tubercular patients in J nefit from I to be In Id by neater M wish Con|ive R< %  > I ociety from l at N.W. 13 IThird avi Mi s. Martin D. re. chai nnounces. issued an of cKthing, h '.dials for \> : iiibutions her home, 1520 Mice the [fference in Pff, color ptefeof [Em FOODS %  glass jais BASLE TO BE SCENE OF ZIONIST CONGRESS JERUSALEM, (JTA)The 22nd World Zionist Congress will be held in Basle, Switzerland, it was announced here this week. The Congress will commemorate the Zionist Congress which was also 50th anniversary of the first World Zionist Congress held in Basle. Dr. Fritz Ullman, who has h en the techenical director of World Zionist Congresses for many years, departed by plane for Switzerland to make the necessary arrangements for the forthcoming sessions. It was estimated here that 2.500,000 "shekolim" entitling purchasers to vote in the election of delegates to the Congress have already been sold by various national Zionists bodies, with half of them purchased in the United States. B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL FORMS COMMITTEES Harold Turk, temporary chairman of the B'nai B'rith Metropolitan council, announced the formation of two committees this week. Appointed to the constitution and by-laws committee were E. Albert Pallot, Walter C. Kovner, Mrs. Beverly Becker, Miss Bernice Badanes and David Moldin. Publicity committee' me mbers are Charles Jacobson, Paul Weitz man, Walter Trourig, Mrs. Sam Goldman and Miss Dolly Pont. Postwar service chairman of the men's lodges, women's chapters and other affiliated groups of B'nai B'rith will meet some time next week to coordinate postwar and community service activities, Turk said. Raphaels Hotel Opened fcC" KSB& ,ooo, Opening of the Raphaels hotel i at 146 Washington ave. is announced this week by Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Raphael and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levitan. Strictly kosher meals will be served in the hotel dining room to visitors as well as guests at the hotel. Reservations are now being taken for the High Holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Raphael operated a guest house at Miami Beach for the past six years prior to opening the hotel. PAGE THREE REGIONAL IUIIEIIS io MAP TICAL ACTION First postwar convention of the South Masada Region will take place during the L Daj week-, nd in Bii mil I an The local Masada group ill be repn sented al I vention by Marvin Cooper, Han Id H( Seymour Hinkes, ai I H Shapiro. Shapiro, region: I pi man, announ i thai the convention will deal mainly with political actions. A pli n will be .ted to the delegates to enable Masada chapti rs thn out the region to participat* fully in a wi 1! planned and o ordinated political action: %  o i. The plan will a!s.. include ways and means of giving gn ater material aid to the Yishuv in j Palestine. i The next general meeting of| the' local Mas ida chapter will be held 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the ; Miami Bach Y. Election of officers foi the coming year will be held and a report of the convention activities will be presented. Charles Freefield, chairman of the constitution committee, will present the new constitution: which he and hi itt< e drew up. Due to the critical situation which currently exists in Palestine, the executive' boards e>f the local Masada and Junior Hadas-ah chapters recently agreed to conduct frequent joint board and general meetings. All major projtcts of political actions and fund raising will be conducted jointly. The purpose of this action is o enable to groups to coordinate heir activities and carry out with I [reater efficiency the directives I ,'f the respective national offices with regard to political actions and fund raising. The joint meetings will in no way a.feet the individuality eif either group. The meetings will be conducted jointly by the chairmen of the two groups. Beth David To Register Hebrew School Students Registration for the Fall term of the Beth David Hebrew school will take place Monday and Tuesday mornings from 9 a.m. till noon. Louis Gadon, after serving abroad in the armed forces for several years, has resumed his activities with ;he congregation | and will be in charge of all classes at the Talmud Tcrah. Prior to entering the service, he was affiliated with Beth David for six years. Milton A. Friedman, vicepresident of the state federation cf B'nai B'rith lodges, heads the Miami delegation which will attend the Florida lodge convention this weekend in T*mpa. IDC AIDS DEPORTEES CYPRUS — Charles Passman, Joint Distribution Committee director in the Middle East, arrived here last week to visit Je wish deporteees held on this Mediterranean i.-land and arrange for relief measures in their behalf. WHITEFIELD SCHOOL 1550 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA "Knowledge Is the Ultimate Strength" Nursery Through the 12th Grade Morning Session 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Full Day 8:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. ADULT EDUCATION Tutoring for College Entrance Transportation Provided ANDRE S. 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eafc-Xsr^fSr/JXr.: PAGE FOUR *Jewis* f k>ridk*n FMDAY. AttQift. Plant and Main Offices 21 S. W. Second Avenue Miami Fla. P. O. Box 2973 __Phone 2-1141 Entered a. Second Clu. Matter July 4JSo at the ivyt Office of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, s. i<>' Published ETery Friday Sine* 1927 Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00. 2 Years. $5.00. FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor VOLUME 19 NU MBER 35 Miami, 18. Florida. Friday. August 30. l!Uu ELLUL 3, 5706 CONTROL The Palestine policy of every American President since Wilson has been thwarted by middle-level" officials of the State department, it was charged last week by Bartley C. Crum, prominent lawyer and former member of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine. Mr. Crum based his accusations on secret State department files, which, he asserted, showed that every American promise made on Palestine there were counter-promises by the State department to the British Foreign Office and to the leaders of the Arab States that nothing would be done. But Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson, in a statement resenting the frequency with which potshots are being taken at the department and its officials, denied Mr. Crum's charges. That in turn drew a retort from the San Francisco lawyer who challenged the State department to make public its secret files on Palestine and the Near East. The charge is a serious one for it shows not only that a small but powerful coterie of men have been able to frustrate the will of every President, of Congress, of the major American political parties and of the overwhelming majority of the American people, but it discloses a type of cynicism which tends to undermine confidence in government generally. While it is inconceivable that a man of Crum's prominence would make such a statement unless he was sure that he had proof backing up his allegation, it is equally inconceivable that such a top official as Dean Acheson would deny the existence of the secret files unless he was sure there were none. The issue thus has been joined. But it has not been settled. If the secret files mentioned by Mr. Crum do not substantiate his charges, there is only one way to prove it —by making them public. However, Mr. Acheson has given no indication that he was prepared to make the files public, which leaves him open to the charge that if the files were released they would tend to substantiate Mr. Crum's claims. But the issue is a too serious one to let the matter rest here. It involves the most important branch of our government and the honor and dignity of several million Jews, all American citizens. In our estimation the key to the solution of this painful problem was suggested by Senator Gufiey of Pennsylvania when he said that if he received evidence substantiating Crum's charges he would demand a congressional investigation. The question is not one of Palestine alone, nor one affecting Jews alone. If there are transgressors in the inner sanctum of the State department they should be exposed and removed. The most effective way to uncover them is through the searchlight of a public investigation. PALESTINE PARLEY SET FOR SEPT 9th (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) major conditions which the Arabs attach to their participation. Other major conditions included: 1. The Palestine Mandate and the Balfour Declaration should not serve as bases for the London talks. 2. Jewish representatives should not be sealed at the parley during Arab-British discussions. The invitati r .i to ti.e Jewish Agency was extended about two weeks ago. Within 24 hours. Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Agency, sent a letter to Colonial Secretary George Hall stating that the Agency was unable to participate in round-table negotiations on the basis of the "federalization" plan outlined by government spokesman Herbert Morrison in Parliament. In his letter, Dr. Weizmann also advanced 1 the following demands as prerequisites to the Jewish Agency's participation in the round-table discussions: 1. The Jewish Agency should have full freedom to detignaie its own delegates, including, those who are at present under detention, or those who may Dr. Siliver Is Silent On Resignation Rumor NEW YORK (JTA) — Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the American Zionist Emergency council, this week told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he had no comment to make on a report from Paris that h e has resigned from the Jewish Agency executive. "All statements will have to come from the Jewish Agency executive in Paris." he said. The report attributed Dr. Silver's resignation to sharp disagreement with other members of the Jewish Agency executive, particularly Dr. Nahum Goldman, over the line the executive should follow on Britain's Palestine proposals. TEL AVIG EXPECTS SECOND SIEGE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) | in e 8 of Palestine and Transjordan cr osed with a rifle and bayonet. Mayor Israel Rokach sent an I appeal during the weekend to the Palestine High Commissioner urging the Immediate release of Tel Aviv Jews who were seized during the four-day siegi of the city and arc still held at the detntion camp at Rafa. Apparently impressed by the mayor's plea, the High Commissii ner has ordered the authorities at Rafa to speed up the release of those persons against whom no incriminating evideno has been found. The older specifies that th, .'.oik of screening the detainees and releasing those who an not suspected of terrorism Id be conducted "even on Sundays." Search Fruitless An intensive search conducted ilitarj and police units in an find the 25 Jews who .,; ed last Thursday night from tl Athlit camp lias been unsucful .-.i far. Considerable military traffic was observed on all I, ading to Tel Aviv where the escapees an believed to bo. ["he flight i I %  Jews from the .•amp was not discovered by the rities until the following day. Th. escaped Jews are a part of 700 Jewish immigrants held • i Atl lil di U ntion camp as 'illeg il" immigrants. They fled imp by diguing a small tunMel under the barbed wire surrounding the camp premises. Thi parents of the 18 Jewish youths who were recently sentenced to death by a military court in Jerusalem for participating in an attack on the Haifa railway yards have submitted a plea to General Sir Evelyn Barki r, British commander in Palestine, asking for commutation of tl i entenci. The youths are being h( Id in Acre prison. Veterans Protest Hundreds of Jewish veterans march d through the streets of Tel Aviv this wiek in a demonstration demanding a "free Jewish Pale-tine." The marchers, who Wi re dressed in the uniforms iif all braneh.es of the British ed forces, carried colorful plai ards and transparencies. The parade climaxed a daylong conference here to protest -h policy and demand the ission of the surviving Jews i of Europe. A resolution adopted, JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Haganah radio "Voice of Israel." announced this week thai the Jewish underground is mobilizing all its forces to break the British blockade against Jewish immigration into Palestine The broadcast appealed to the "democratic peoples" of the world for assistance in combatting the deportation of refugees. MIAMI BEACH LODGE B'NAI B'RITH By PAUL WEITZMAN No. 1591, announces that the next regular meetino rfj M will be held on Tuesday evening at 8:15 p. m inLJ^I Walter C. Kovner, acting president of Miami R M meetini -...o p.m. in t of the National Hotel. 1677 Collins ave This meetir featured by convention reports and important new 1 • Discussion will include the creation of the Metropolis T 1 B'rith council. Refreshments will be served after the Lest there be confusion, let we give you "B'nai B'rith Briefs" and Charlie Jacobson gives you "Sholem Lodge Shorts," these are not new style "scanties." • • • The best laid plans the Swim-Dance which was to be held at the Sea Gull cabana Tuesday was rained out. Walter Kovner, program chairman, and Arthur Kahn, swim-dance chairman, bewail the prodigious amount of preparation that went into this affair, but there is no compromise with Pluvius—so this affair was called off. • • • Jack A. Abbott, membership chairman, who expected to augment his total of new members at the Swim-Dance, also feels cheated, but his report that 289 members have been enrolled in the Miami Beach lodge during the membership drive gives concrete evidence that Jack and the members of his committee did work. They have earned the approbation of their fellows. • • • If Miami Biach and environs appears deserted during the week-end. the convention at Tampa of Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges will be the cause, for the convention will draw away Walter C. Kovner, Dave Emmer, J. Harry Day. Jack Abbott, Daniel Broad, Isidore Tannen, Siegfried Geismar, Bernard S. Feiner, Harold Turk, George J. Talianoff, Arthur Frishman. Jack August, Jack Burris, George J. Bertman, David R. Isen. Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance and Dr. Irving Alberts., George J. Bcrtman will fly to Tampa from Wisconsin, and Jack Burris will come to the convention from Atlanta. • • • The birds are flying south for the winter, and from this early start, maybe a hard winter is in the offing. Mrs. Arthur Frishman, due in Friday, will go to Tampa with her husband: Mrs. Paul Weitzman, our own betterhalf, came in last Sunday; Mrs. George Talianoff will meet her husband at Tampa. How are some of the boys going to keep their minds on the convention? Mrs. Harry Gerson coming from possibly b e detained. 2. The Jewish Agency executive shall, in consultation with the British government, invite all members of the Jewish delegation to the round-table talks, it being understood that the Agency will include representatives of other important Jewish organisations. appealed to all veto rans throughout thi world to help end the "oppression • f the Jewish peoand to protest the barring f Pali tine to refugee Jews. Speakers declared that if the mi nt continues its present oolicy, the veterans will be the first to "counter-attack." The ng 1 ailed a cable from the War Veterans of the United States, which expressed Ity with the Palestine Jewish community. The British transport Empire Heywood, which has been under e sir.ee last week when plosion in its hold blew a hole in the vessel's side, hurriedly sailed from Haifa this week with 750 Jewish deportees after an anonymous telephone call warned the port manager that I the ship would be blown up. I Meanwhile, the Empire Rival, thi rleywood's sister ship on the [Cyprus shuttle run, is reported to be settling by the stern, but naval experts say that it is not I expected that the ship will sink. Zionists Stage Exodus (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) month period. This would mean that 90.000 Jews could emigrate. While no Jewish group is conducting organized emigration of adults from here, institutions caring for Jewish children organizing units of Jewish orphans and are sending them, under special supervision, to various frontiers from where they cross into neighboring countries, for a temporary stay. In Lodz, the largest Jewish center in Poland, groups of Jews can be si en passing through the streets with knapsacks on their shoulders, all walking in the direction of the Polish frontiers. Many Jews are giving up their jobs and leaving all their posrions and dwellings behind the m, in order to reach the frontier in the shortest possible time. us hasten to explain that J Baltimore with three childk open their Alton rd. hen* David Catsman et ux anno the advent 0 f baby EllenJackson Memorial.. jJ. lations! And some ml husbands, Al Green, Miltm Friedman and Harold Turk, i have to wait before they : their a meats. • • Leo ai d N ila Eisenttdti baek aft< : an itinerary sounds like a Cook's tour: cago, Long Heath. Fresno, L wood, Los Angeles, Denver i St. Paul. WI en wegoawaj.i Itinerary is something like t New Yoi k, H ken, Weehai. Jersey City and Newark, and," yes. Id ton David R. pn l l led his family freir, W| ingti n. D C, and will meetki partner, Gi rge Bertir.au Tampa Rabbi ai %  .-.:• pelbaum an back in tow. i Rabbi Kronish is staying atl Ocean Spraj until his ready t" reci ive his family,! up north Leo Rubin-en, bi md bat il at the Rial ...!!:' %  i lordon leaving I Blowing Rock ... In town \elolph Kati -. president cf l /ana B: :.. B'rith, stepping atl Versail i an interesting genn nan—conferring with ADL rector 1 iff, whose juris tion taki 5 in Havana ..1 Morris Sk ip, in from Orlar.4 tie kn• foi P yllis SchulmanJ Pallot At last Tuesday's B.aehBs B'rith luncheon, Rabbi Saul. pelbaum and Leonard FrieT pn minent C ncim past president of District Si Wel'l gu • • May -:n. rant, wo [columnist, di pending u P r -fJ criminating use of the ed* blue p riticize th e ed!l policy aper? Wev pulled pum lies, and"alwj ed them as we saw them I us, last w ek's edil I Metropolitan B'nai BrftB Oil, wa.unkind, to say theW without going ...to them I to its wi JSSB PREPARES BUDGB (CONTINUED FROM PAGE j will 1. dfD, i ia six months without spe*j tion by the case committee the bo JJ Cases involving pera2 need long time (j^jf ancev nsideredu*^ Th, l,lbeC S with Mrs Catherine^ char.tr s director. The JL welfan department, Jess V •'• ., ... Th. I ^£S!l to the Ml Sinai hespj*" asking for *$*ffi!l cuss the WS;ill £w^ DIRECTOR NAMED New associate national director of B'nai B'rith's Wider Scope program is Harry A. Dobkin of Pittsburgh, former field representative for the National Refugee service, community relations division. H0UDAYSNEW The ~*glt will be she e Llw Hashona which Mg^ day evening, w • J6 4 tends through SP,^ Yom Kippur*• # ill



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AUGUST 30, 1946 *Je*l$tncrkttari Parad< n irs Dave Catsman are KO f a daughter, Ellen, r 24 a t Jacks.;n Memo, Mr and Mrs. Ray M cW 23 St.. announce fof a 'daughter. Mrs. \ oard member of the fciami Jewish Cunsump,f society. daughter of Mr. and 1 George Lipsich, u 17th st., was born Robin Ann, daughL'and Mrs. Harold Jal 2780 S. W. 29th %  T 13 Steven J, n of Mr. and Mrs. Urence Opper, 510 I Aug. 7 • • Judith [daughter of Mr. and Ijamin Burton Clein, I First St., Aug. 7 (Franklin, son of Mr. Herbert Harvey Lip613th st., Aug. 9 Martin, son of Mr. and iMilberg, 2206 N. W. lug. 11... Diana Lynn, [of Mr. and Mrs. Meymd, 4040 Hardee rd., hies, Aug. 9 avid, son of Mr. and Winstein, 35 S. W. 'July 30 %  [Scott, son of Dr. and I Selevan, 2865 FairI, July 31 Lois [daughter of Mr. and or Harry Feldman, 437 A, July 27 Paula Cjhter of Mr. and Mrs. nd Horowitz, 1 N. E. q. 1 jen, son of Mr. and 'Auerbach, 321 Col, was born Aug. 3 [falter, jr., sen of Mr. Edwin Walter La 6S.W.22ndst., Aug. 'h Elyse, daughter of %  JS. Harold Paul Ausp Rivo Alto dr., Aug. S. M. Machtei officie recent Brisim of the I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dr. and Mrs. Roy F. and Mrs Maurice %  and Mrs. Kenneth and Mrs. Philip and Mrs. Eugene HSH WOMAN f"U to Work as 00K or BAKER I" Home or Rrstaurant %  "AN. 710 First St., phone evenings 5 9928 Murance Ettate-t Natively Programmed IT GANS "Milan Lift In.. Co. Blecayne Blrto. ••H14 or 4-9981 IETIAN IUNDS du ct of Craftsmen" Prepued Jo offer [""ice on L.inds, bolh %  '••conditioned. Why Tour order today? Your Old 'AN BLINDS TAINTED I Ia J %  New Cord with **V Cornices DONOR OF $50,000 TO YESHIVA UNIVERSITY PAGE FIVE The lair Enrico Cardi. Ambassador of San Marino to the Frenrh Republic, donor of annual $1,000 Morderai Ben David Award to an American Jew "fur patriotism and noteworthy achievement,** for which purpone he contributed $50,000. Winner of this year's award "for indefatigable and self-sacrificing devotion to duty and noteworthy achievements,"* is Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, distinguished alumnus of Yeshiva University, who is chairman of the European Executive Council of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Ohifu.irjos KIRSCH avBwii ", K J %  f 1JM Collins %  *' • """ %  l ui-h i v, • i.-.', V'"" ,,! %  \i.. i.,• U '* h *" ai none and :'"'-"","'' Bun mm h.ciud" h £A ft %  '; '.::;:; 1,1 Vienna, tr Klrm-I GTilr'M ,??n nml %  and he oraanlzeel nil shi l ;;'""'"' ''"'•' '• neml.eriml.Hr concorl In thl ROSS Jni i h A R, B4 "a %  ; Wvd QnlOiU died !'•'• ''"" %  >' h son, %  •! x li, Carton i, S C li. and op. rated n trucking hu Burvlvlnn, I.e. d. the son. n i ludlns Mi Arthur Fln< %  Miami. ... ,„ M V In the flordon chapel, with Durlal in Qrnceland Memorial park. SQUIRES PLAN SMOKER Members of the Squires club will hold a private stag smoker from 8 to 12 p.m. Wednesday at the Betsy Ross hotel. Following a short meeting, movies will be shown and prizes will be awarded for games played. Harold Stones Entertain Lakeland Bride-Elect DBG Holds Hobo Party An amateur hour will be the feature event of the Hobo party which will conclude the summer activities of DBG. chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls of Miami. All B'nai B'rith youth groups are invited to attend the affair which will be held at the Miami Y, Thursday, Sept. 5, at 8 p.m. AXLROD Wolf Axlrod, 9\ ,,f i:.;i ij \\is,i, ft. died .it hihome S LI ird -. following a brief Illness. A Miami resident for 11 years, he i ime hen from Cleveland, <>lii" li. i survived b\ two w !" and Sam Axlrod, of Miami, and oni dnughtpi. Mi Rorthn I velnnd. Punei nl si \ lei n ere held Mondn\ nl n„Oordon Pun. ral home chapel "Uli RahM Max Shapiro offlelnl Burial waa In \v Ilawn eemetei y. Mrs. Urban To Attend Weddings Of Nieces Planning to attend ti.e wed"l two nieces, Mrs. Eiiso Urban, 1568 Washington ave., left tins morning tor ;. six week vacation in Mt. demons, New Rochelle and Long Beach. N.Y. In New York city, Mrs. Urban will be present at the wedding i I Miss June Davidson at the Park Lane and that of Miss Enid Peters, of Forest Hills, at the Pit rre hotel. Before returning home, she will visit her children and grandchildren. Active in Hadassah and the Zionist organization, Mrs. Urban spends much of her time at the Vc rsailles cabana club. Former college roommates will be reunited in October when Miss Beverly Blumiberg, Lakeland, becomes the bride of David Schneider of New York city at the Waldorf Astoria hotel, New York. Miss Blumberg was entertained last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone, Miami Beach. In October when Mr. and Mrs. Stone go to New York, for the wedding, they will be houseguests of former Miamians, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Siskin in Long Island. Miss Blumberg, Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Siskin roomed together at the University of Miami. Rabbi Zwitman to Speak Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, Miami, will address the B'nai B'rith Luncheon club today at 12:15 p.m., at the Downtown Club, Seybold Arcade. Rabbi Zwitman recently returned from his duties as chaplain with the armed forces overseas. AUGUST BROS ftw f*%  is the BEST.' ** MARCUS Dr Leopold Marcus, 72, nt 4585 Naptllu* dr., Miami Beach, died Baturday'after :i long lllneaa. He .•:.ni<' to Miami in yeai a:o from New York i-ity. II. isurvived by nia wife, 1. ol M iml B. a< h, and bis mother, Rmolle, ..f New York ii \ Arrnncementa w. re made by Riverside Memorial chapel HERZFELD Merlin Herafeld, .'.s. Richards department store division manager, died .-.I work Friday afternoon. A resident .•it 1508 Michigan ave., he had been %  ;III employee of Richards for is >i;u> K Calhilian & Stuzin Certified Public Accountants • ANNOUNCE THEIR NEW LOCATION 122 1 2tt I hi ron i I Mil-. Seidler, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lipschutz, Mr. and Mrs. William LLewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lubel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Barr. HEIDENHEIMER Mrs. Jean Heldenhelmer, r.T. of M" Alton nl.. Miami Beach, died laa< Wedneaday niKlit. She came here three years :'"" from New York city, and la survived by lor husband, David lli'l.lci.lii ini.-i'. ;inil ;. iliiilKhter, Mrs_. Abe Bruno, Miami Beach, and two sisters and two brothers In Cleveland. 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PAGE SIX *Jrist>nrr*M9n FRIDAY TieAAaricdly fyxeafmq, • (Continued from Page 2) | £ r ( school in New York this Hot Springs. Ark., will be the \ fall is Mtos /^q u elynn Drosd final destination of Mr. and Her twin sjs.er.Rosalynnw^l Mrs. Abe Eisenberg who are attend the University of Miami^ leaving for a three-weeks vacaThey e the .daughters of Max tion. They will visit first in rosd. Miami Beach .Mr Pittsburgh and New York and Mrs. Leon Kaye 606 Wt Philip Neuworth will return ave .are .entertaining Mrs. from Chicago this week / Ethel Kers.ein and her son. Ed Back from the Windy City and ; win of Washington. DC. Hendersonville is Stuart NewBobby Frehlmg. son of Dr and „,„„ Mrs. Stanley Frehling, returned man Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel ave.. is recuperating from a paralytic stroke he suffered last month. Visiting him is his daughter, Mrs. Hank Freeman, of New York Emily Feibelman leaves next week for a visit to Birmingham and Atlanta. After visiting her college roommate in the Georgia city, she will return to Stephens college in Missouri VACATION AT BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle are spending a week at Miami Beach while their home is being redecorated The Misses Phyllis and Babs Pincus, daughters cf Mr. and Mre. Max J. Pincus, of Chicago, arrived Tuesday to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman and Mr and Mrs [he'Rite Plaza hotelT'oTwhich c———r"i~ J~< in oniu i 4r. Binder is a co-owner Other recently arrived guests this week horn Maine where he has been attending camp • Agent Buddy Allen departed for New York and Atlantic City this week. He will attend the "Miss America" beauty pageant where he will be joined by his fiance, Miss Connee Rothenberg, of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Browarnik have departed for a New York vacation. They will be away for two weeks Enjoying the sun and surf at the Versailles hotel cabana club during their two-weeks vacation are Iris and Ruth Kligman, twin daughters of Mrs. Mary Kligman of Newark, N. I. Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder, and daughter, Mimi, have returned to Miami Beach from New York and are stopping at NEW YORK CEREMONY UNITES MANNHEIMERS Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Angell of Berlin, N.H announce the marri ,, v 0 f their daughter, Sybil Gloria, to Milton R. Mannheimer, 1054 Pennsylvania ave. The wedding took place July 14 in New York city. Mrs Mannheimer is a graduate of the University of Now Hampe and was head of the history department at Penacook High school at Conci rd, N.H., for several years. Recently discharged from the armed forces, Mr. Mannheimer is a graduate of the University of Miami and Havard Law school. He has done extensive graduate work in the field of education at • e University of Pennsylvania. i ev ral years he has been diN eti : "i tl i Mannheimer school. He is a member of the Detroit and Michigan Bar associations. GLICKMAN-SUSSMAN Miss Fiances Glickman, 720 Meridian ave., Miami Beach, daughter of Mrs. Jacob H. Glickman and the late Dr. Glickman, Portsmouth, Ohio, became the bride of Sidney A. Sussman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sussman, 568 N.W. 22 ave., Miami, yesterday. Rabbi Irving Lehrman conducted the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meidenberg, 700 Lenox ave., Miami Beach. SURPRISE PARTY ON 40th ANNIVERSARY home to Miami Beach before school opens. Miss Weiss is assistant princpal of Central Beach Elementary. Before re| turning they will stop in the Carolinas again On the occasion of their 40th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Cupinsky. 2830 S. W 22 st., were honored at a surprise party Saturday night at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sager, 2026 S.W. 14 ter. Natives of New Haven, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Cupinsky have lived in Miami for the past year and one-half. AUGUST, MISS 49W Sl ,,Mia %  *Miami Beach „. k V n,an rit4: 30 P m ^ 7 tl th M r Ed,th -S. Ihp bride, win ^ w.ll serve a s ben ^ The bride-elect attem York university befo^ Miami. Mr. Hutner I] overseas, is now a u,. at the University of Mi* A er a brief honenL couplr-will reside in MJ eral parties have bewT upon their return. Seymour Gladstone. 334 20th st. Mrs. Pearl Raidman returnee last week from a six-week va cation in New York, Philadel phia and Norfolk Mr. anc Mrs. Burnett Roth left for Chi cago last Friday Mrs Muriel Hirsch arrived in Paris France, last Friday on a hotelbuying trip ... Dr. Everett Blasberq, 1771 Biscayne blvd., has returned from a three-week vacation in Illinois and Wisconsin. In Chicago he attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blasberg Vacationing at the Wofford hotel is Franklin I. Feld, New York attorney. During the war he was chief warrant officer oi the special services division, Miami Beach Service base, and served as liaison to the Beach housing corporation and hospitality committee When Mrs. Paul Weizman returned from New York Sunday, her sister-in-law, Mrs. Samuel Weitzman, and the latter's two children, Martin and Barbara, came with her for a vacation. COLLEGE DAYS NEAR Planning to enter Parson's it the Ritz include Mr. and Mrs. rvinq Jacobs, Macon, Ga.; Mr. ind Mrs. William Rosner, "leveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.


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30, 1946 AUGUST rJSSSSS -VTTO Youth" will P r L f ,f an addres. by | theme oi IN Smol ,i U* Fllth of the ^ "''' lunday evening, ^Fa^ I".-ecutive of the Miami Beach Jrict, will be cha "7 nan I '„ n W hich 1,aS beCn ,,,0,-ate Labor the life of i"Jknisih fhrkMaf) PAGE SEVEN f F 10 r nd a fSS of Youth Sept. 8, w commemorate recording "' l ,e rompers, founder of the Kderation of Labor, t „ nieture depicting organizations sponsoring ,.,. Anti-DefamaB'rith Youth of Jewish c Miami Beach Y's Zionist Youth commisries are ague, B'nai ation, Bureau Hor Pepper Named oundation Board Claude Pepper of Flor| among th mure than 50 gnt American leaders who gmed to the national board hsors of the National Arth[Research foundation by [BarrymoP this week. foundation was begun a 3 by off u < rs of the Leo Memorial hospital, Hot National Park, Ark., lea's only national and nonan hospital devoted to the are of arthritis. ,000 campaign is being Icted. Main research laborof the foundation will be in Hot Springs. MANNING'S OPENS SEAFOOD BAR FISHERS ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF DAUGHTER Owen Murphy, form.' rly coWhen Miamians visit Manninfi's new Seafood Bar, 82!) Biscayne blvd., they'll find fish on the menu and fish aswim in the aquarium at the back of the bar. Opened last night, the bar is | (lf experience in restaurat throughout the country. Dr. and Mis. Frederick H. Fisher, 5t25 LaGorce dr., entertained with a reception Salurady at the anelborne hotel in honor of their daughter, Miss Marjory Fisner, anu Her fiance, Kubbi Edwara Zerin. naobi Zerin is the son of Mrs. Joseph Zerin, Wilmington, Del., and the late Mr. Zerin. ihe Rabbi and his mother arc now in Miami ttcach. On Sept. 1 Rabbi Zerin will assume duties as assistant rabbi at tne United Hebrew Tempie, I owner of the Stork club, is man-' St. Louis, Mo. He and Miss r ishi ager of the bar. Pearl Heath, er pian to be married in Miami chief hostess, became associated ; Leach in December. I with Manning's afti r many years LEGAL NOTICES IN CuL'.NTl JUDGES CuliH't .'. %  .,'.. eui.n, FLORIDA .NO. ll&42 RE: Estate oi iie-nMAN II. DED.tulitk Of INIENTION TO MAKE AfCUlCATIOlN i-Orl FINAL. ObLHAROb NOTICUC is nereby given that I have .lieu my uiuti report unu peiuion for r mal Discharge a.-. Administratrix oi inn estate oi HER.UA.\ n. DEL>J_/_I FF, UttCuaaea; and that on lue tilth day ol September, 19 it,, will apply to Hie rlouOl'able W. F, Blanion, County juuge oi Dade County, Florida, lor approval ol bald final report and lor iinal discnargc as Administratrix ol' ilte estate oi Herman li. Dcdioif. deceased. •JMIO 19th day ot August. l'J46. CEDL,IDA AI. DEDLOFF ..l.\x It. SILVER, Attorney for Administratrix. 1/33-30 9/0-13-20 the only one of its type between New York and New Orleans. Manhattan and New England sea! food specialties as well as choice ROSSMAN-MARSHALL [.whiskies, wines and liqueurs are featured. Cut from the newest Henry Mrs. Clara Singer, Pittsburgh, announces the marriage of her LEGAL NOTICES i Alumni To Meet mi alumni of Alpha Epsilon llemiiy will hold an impornMting at 8 p.m. tonight ai TWofford hotel. President Glllman announces. Plans made for a smoker to be | Sept. 5. LEGAL NOTICES Marshall Aug. 18 at the Cadillac hotel, Miami Beach. Rabbi Colman Zwitman officiated at the ceremony which was followed by a reception at the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall are making their home at 1542 Drexel ave. LEGAL NOTICES Gillette pattern, the room has an | sister, Lillian Rossman, to Henry intimate setting. Photomontages depicting local sports cover the east, south and west wall, with the rare fish aquarium occupying the north side. An Adelex seascape — animated sail boats riding at anchor on Biscayne bay —surrounds the aquarium. Another novelty is the handtooled bartop which represents the deck of a ship. The nautical motif is carried out in the upholstering and other decorations and an outdoor patio adjoins the bar. Gillette, the designer, is in charge of the room, Frank Harney, Manning's managing director, announces. Gillette is well known for his work in designing the Bar of Music, the Famous Door and many homes in Greater Miami and night clubs in New York city. LEGAL NOTICES ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ter 10722. Acts of 1941 File A-101S9 tCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that rkins. holdi r of County Tax WM N 1 and 1038, Issued day of June, A 1>. 1944. has same hi mj office, and has application for a tax deed to be thtri'in Said Certificates; emthe following described propthe Count) of Dade. Stale of to wit: 17, Block 129, Miami Shores a Bob., Plat Book 10. Page 39, County of Dade, Slate of FlorI embraced li -Certificate No. The assessment of said propnder Ih.old Certificate Issued the name ol B. W, Wlstney. Block 2, Hibiscus I'lace, a •mi, Plat Hook 3, Tage 110. In unty ol Dade, Stanof Florida. ; In ''. tlflcate No. 4038. lessmeiit of said property under n Certificate i..,„.(i Wil s in the of Rae Bon tx rg. M said Certificates shall be reJ jcordiiii; ti law, the property IMO thir.ln will he sold to the l bidder it ihe Court House [in the f| r i Monday In the month !" *r, A.D. : 146, which is the T of October, A.D. !!•*. d lhi 21m da\ of August. 1916. K B I.K.Vi HERMAN, Clerk rircull Court. By N C BTERRBTT, D.C. Jl Court Seal) 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name c,f SLIMS SERVICE BTATION. at 175 N W 11th St.. Intends to register said name ith the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN. Sole Owner. R/30 9/6-13-20-27 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name el I. & it LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N. B. 2nd Ave., Miami, l-'l.... intend to register said name with the Clerk of thi Circuit ''"uit of Dade t'ounty. Florida. RAYMOND RUFF I.II.I.I.\N BRESSLER HARRY D1KTZ, Attorney for Applicants. \ 3tj ;i 6-13-20-27 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tin undersigned, uesirlng to engage In business uuuer the lictmoua name oi I..H' ., FAliKICa COMPANY ur MlAMI, at U .\. W. gOtta St., .Miami. i*'ia., Intends to register said name, with the Ulerk of the Circuit Court oi I'.UIC Count}. Florida. Wli.i.lAM ouLDUERU. Sole Owner. 5/23-30 D/ti-13-20 Ntri'lCK is IlKltUliY tilVEN that tlie undersigned, desiring tu engage in i less uuuei the lictitious name Oi R( lUERd I.Vll'OltTEItB, at JJ N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Fia., Uitend io regIslei saiu namewith the Clerk of the Circuit Court Ol Dade County, Florida. HERMAN HI BIN I Ai. s. RUBIN .MAX R. SILVER, Attorne) for Petitioners. S/16-23-3U U/ii-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name oi DANNY'S, at 371-70 N. W. ath St., Miami, Fla., Intends •.'• register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Conn of Dade County. Florida. DANIEL KAI.1.1N. Bole Owner. v 16-23-80 9/6-13 NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslilng to engage In business under the fictitious name or HARRY'S 8ANDWICH SHOP, at .N. W. r,th Street, Miami, Ha., in'eiei to register said name with the < I'-rK of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. i)Avn) K| :MKLHAn BAM E. COHEN FRANK E. SOLOMON. Attorney for Applicants. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE Is berebj given that Henrj F. stainei, holdei us assignee of City oi .Miami Tax Certificate Muinberea 1634, dated the bth day of June. A.D. 1944, has lileu said Certificate in mj ofilce, and has made application loi tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law, Sani Certificate embraces the following described prop• rii. situated in Wade County, Florida, lO-W it: Lot 12 liloe.k s. West End Turk Amended, Plat Rook ti, page 11-. In the Cltj • %  Miami, County <>f Dade, state of Florida. Hi,assessment of said propertj nuclei the Certificate Issued was In tiv name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deeil will issue thereon on the 18th day % %  : September, A.D. I9iti. Dated this llith day of August. A.D 1946. (Circuit Court Seal I 1-;. 11. l.KATHF.lt.MAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida, liy N. C. STERRETT, D.O. 8/16-23-80 9 t-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the uuuersigucd, desiring to engage in •justness under the fictilous name of .v-/i SUPER SECRETARIAL SER> 1UE. at zz'i E. Flugler Street. Miami, e liMiua, intend to register said name Mrlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of .'aile county. Florida. FRANCES EWIBACK ULGA AliKR.MAN %  iVALTER C. KOVNER Attorney for Applicants i/23-80 9/6-18-20 %  N THE COUNTY JL'lXiE'S COURT IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 1,367 In Re: Estate ot HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. njflCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demanus Against said Estate: lou, and each of you, are hereby notiiied and required to p.'esent any claims and demands whijh you, or either of you, may have against the .Mate of HARRY CLOTT, deceased, late of Miami Reach. Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON, County Judge of Dade County, and .lie tnf same In his office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication thereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and i" be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be haired. Se. Section 12u of the 1933 l'rubutu Act. LENA CI.OTT. As Administratrix of the Estate of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. First publication on August 10th, 1946. BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Administratrix. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the und. rsigned, desiring to engage ill business under the fictitious name of PICCIOLO'S ITALIAN -AMERICAN RESTAURANT, at 186 Collins Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, t lorlda. GUY L. ACCiil.I-A .MYERS. HE1MAN A. KAPLAN. Attorneys for Applicant. 8, 2-11-111-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the ftc-1 ilpus si a. rnI BU8TIN IMPORTING COMPANY (nol Re.) at I< NB. joth St.. Miami. Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida FRANCES BROWN. Sole Owner. MAX R. SILVER. Attorney for Petitioner. V16-23-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned is engaged in business under the fictitious name Ot CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at Ml West 1-iaglei Street, Miami, Florida, and intends to register the said fictitious „.,„., in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County, rlorlda. JjfCOB WALLACE, Sole owner. OEORGE CHERTKOF, Attorney for Applicant. 8/9-16-23-30 9/2 Clerk County, PUBLICATION | B CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HJIIHCIA'. riCCl-lT IN AND ORDER op A BUCK. Plaintiff, Y R BLACK, n>.-_ Defendant. „ E 0P BLAcS ,DA! %  • i ne i: wit Delaware. fied anil ordered I complaint for 1 fWM mi ni r, 194 Bill of Complaint confessed against 'o'V lr,l : '" ''"''Ushed once a J -*lh ',,;'","'-""ve weeks In "*H In t T'" ; n a newspaper 'ATKl, : "V ,''""y. Florida Ittl "" %  th day of August. K 11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE 11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRl LIT IN AN" TOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN QHANCERY. No. H'2497 ORDER OF PUBLICATION SAMUEL C KAHN, Plaintiff. PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN. Defendant. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: TO AI *K, K^Vh Street to appear to the Bill of Complaint for Divorce filed against vou n the .. % %  styled cause on <>r before the l '> "•'> of September. 1916: otherwise the ami gallons of said Bill of Cmnphunt l" be taken as confessed against you. lit this Order be published once a week for four eonse.utlve weeks In Tin. Jewish PlorldUtn, a newspapei published In Dade County, Dated: This 6th day NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of HERMITAGE HOTEL, at -l-'J N. E. Fltst Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend %  ., register said name with the ,,f the Circuit Court of Dade Kl0rUIU -BESSIE ADI.ERBLUM JACK H. KANE SADIE A, KANE ISRAEL SLOTSKJ \NN A. SLOTSKY HAilllY M. BLLI8 RUTH A. ELLIS ^^ MYERS HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys for Lessees, s,3-9-16-23-30 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage in U.Mle, the lictitloUS BjUJ.Ol STEAK ft CHOP '"'•;••: Washington Avenue Mia Ha intends to reglstei Bale the Cl.rk of the circuit the business PAUL'S at UK Beach, name With Florida. you in the abovebefore the 7th day I'therwlse the nlFlorlda, of August. 1946. E. Clerk. B LEATIIERMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court. By R. 11. RICE. JR.. Deputy SAM SILVER. ,„ Solicitor for Plaint Iff. 1108 Congress Building. Miami. Florida. R/9-16-23-30 Bv '•.'"V nn 'HMAN. r of the Circuit Court. M \\ STOCKING. JMI S "V ER Deputy Clerk. Z"^ PI^T." ,,1 NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that the undersigned. WM to er*ag; business under the fietlOUe n.ync YOt'lt VALET, at 1390 B. \% >•'" Jw Miami, V.,1da; intend to register %  l. name with the Clerk of the t ircuit Court of Diide County, Florida. HEHMAN K AI-Eft ELEANOR KA1.I.R SAM SILVER, Attorney for Applicants. 11 OR Congress Bldg. 8/16-23-30 9/6-13 Court of, Bjde County 1 Al Sole Owner. DIANA COOPERSMITH. attorney for Applicant 6/2-9-16-33-30 B"HEREBY GIVEN that ,h. ni. ersil ied, desiring to engage in ••la., intend to regNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nann ol EDITH ROYCE, at 110 Andalusia Avenue, Coral Gables. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of 1'ade County, Florida. EDITH I. MAY. Sole owner. MYERS, HEIMAN K KAPLAN, Attorneys for Applicant. B/16-23-30 9,6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage la b isiness under the fictitious name of SHIRLEY GIFT SHOPPE at 1425-A Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, WILLIAM A. ROENBERG PAULINE ROSENBERG ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Applicants. S-9-10-23-30 9/6 TO WHOM IT -MAY CONCERN: This Is to advise that the partnership ..f The.Mime II. Robinson and Homei L. Hough doing business under the name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not Inc.) Is dissolved and that the said business will continue to be operated under said fictitious name as aforesaid. Individually by the undersigned. THEODORE II. ROBINSON. Dated: Miami, Florida. August 9th, 1946. ISAAC JOFFE, Attorney for Owner, nun Biscayne Building, Miami, Florida. '9-16-23-80 9/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in Business under the fictitious name of ELBY MILLS, at 1211 Alton Road, Miami Beach, intends to register said lame with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUTH BLATT HARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney for Applicant. i, 16-23-30 9/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ACME EXTERMINATING Oo. (not inc.), at :i"';7 Mary Street, Coconut Ui-ove, Miami, intends to register said .mine with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. THEODORE H. ROBINSON. SAAC JOFFE. Attorney for Applicant. lulu Biscayne Building. Miami. Florida. J/9-16-23-80 9.6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS. it 626 15th Street. Miami Beach, intend to register saiil name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOSEPH II. GOLDBERG KATE GOLDBERG BARRY ZUKERNICK, Attorney for Applicants, IL'o Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. 1/9-16-23-30 9/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring tu engage 111 business under the fictitious name of KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not inc.). intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County. Florida. HERBERT M. KRISTALL IRVING KELTON BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Applicants. v/3-9-16-23-30 Clerk of the unty, Florida. NORMAN ROI llsl BIN DAVID M. BRYAN 1 • New Owners 8/2-9-16-23-30 MORRIS ORLIN VON ZAMFT & SIMON. Attorneys for Applicants. 8/2-9-16-23-SO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage 111 business under the fictitious name 01 COMMUNITY CLEANERS, at 1420 S. W Mh Street. Miami, Fla., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, P,0ridft BENJAMIN BECK WALLY STEINBERG MAN R. SILVER. Attorney for Petitioners. 8/16-28-30 9/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of WEST BAY CO.. at 1326 lath Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the i 'n cult Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT L. TI.'RCHIN AUK ROBINSON THEODORE B. HANKOFF BETSY BARNETT WALTER C. KOVNER, Attorney for Applicants. 605 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla. 8/16-23-30 9/9-13 IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 168'* Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed my final report and petition for Final Discharge as Administrator of the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE, deceased; and that on the ",th


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PAGE EIGHT +Jewlstfhtj a Between You and Me'' By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telcgnphic Agency, Inc. Dutch War Orphan Flies To Uncle Here with USNf. Aid ZIONIST TRENDS: A special committee appointed by the executive of the Jewish Agency after the conclusion of its sessions in Paris will soon arrive in the United States. Its mission is to reconcile differences which have developed between the Jewish Agency and the American Zionist Emergency council and which culminated in Dr. Abba Hillel Silver's resignation from the Agency Dr. Silver's resignation was chiefly due to the fact thai Dr. Nahum Golaman, acting as the representative of the Jcwis\ Agency, by-passed him during movement i" Palunderground estine. The Ihud Association o( Pal< tine, oi v.: id Dr. J. L. Mam is the leader, has opened an office in New York. It is appealing : r funds In Americ? in i rdei I promote its activities in P .It has published here a 7-page booklet "Palestine a Binational State" containing the statements submitted to the Anglo A e an Inquiry committhe recent negotiations with official circles in Washington. Dr. Silver, anxious not to break internal discipline, preferred to resign from the Jewish Agency rather than protest openly against his being disavowed, which would have created confusion in Washington. He kept his resignation a secret in order to avoid confusion also in the ranks of the American Zionist movement. ; His resignation was not ac ccpted by th< Agency, i ut h( has insisted upon it. Meanwhile the news of his resignation leaked out in Paris wlun members of the Jewi Agency executive talked to thi press Revei beral heard at thi i rthcoming contee by the Ihud leaders in Jerusalem. Edwin Pauley, the California ed tin American Reparation a n in G< i submitted to Presidi nt Trum immediate %  • on moving displaced Jews from Europe to Pali stine. He recommends I I thi disi Ji ws should I e movi d fron Gi rd Austria to Mi raneiin ports and i ncan ped there until plans are i ; ission to Palestine. He als( suggests that G< resources, i specially timbt e sent fri m An ci ne to help build dwi II the Jew mittcd into Palestine. At th< bi In ves t! at il members ol the Unit d Ni would oar: accept a cei tain quota ol Jev s, i than 500,000 European Jewcould b< removed from Europe within one year. THE ENEMY'S CAMP: Jewish organizatii ns i nj in combatting anti-Semitism in country would M when her Dutch Jewish |i.m mentrutted her to a Christian family and %  •] %  ; %  -.: %  into a Nazi ronrenlration ramp. Now 4, she ju-I Hew from Holland to refugee unrle in New York, Chtrlei Herala-, who will adopt her. Malka'i immigration here waaa ranged b) United Service for New Amrriran, whoM work isupported by $100,000,000 eampaiftn of United lewitn Appeal for 1916. I'SNA rombinm National Refugee Service and National Service lo Foreign Born of National Council of Jewish w omen. vention of the Zionist Organization of An i rica in Octi ber, il the I .,„, k ,,.,,, th) activities of a group Ag' ncj coi imittee wi ;,.,, ope rates under thi i does nol pate.-, up things "International Science Commit11 1S '' ting to i i. that tee" ... This group is now floodPresident Truman, a day prior to ingth( country, through th, U.g. leaving for vacation, was considering seeing Dr. Silver on the Palestine issue. However, since Silver does not approve of some of the views of the Jewish Agency executive which were submitted to thi Pi sidi nt, he could not s< i T: in an. It is < bvious that he could not n veal t th< t thai he differs with ints in tl i %  this would nt I mining tl el A ".iv. • • THE AMERICAN SIDE: Bartley Crum, a former ei 1 Vnglo-Ami i ican Inquiry Committi e on Pali it against the state department, charging it wil botaging ntial and m d d< cisiom on Pali I i is now writing a bi ok on I tine And James G. McDi • i %  i mi ml ei of the coi tee, is also completing a volume on Palestine ... A thud t by a member of the Inquiry committee, will soon bi pu ed in this country dealing pi ily with thi hen Ism of the Jewish u ith post cards n pi ating the foi ery that Benjamin Franklin allegedly spoke strongly against tl e Jews at the Con I : il Conv ntion oi 1789. In addition to falsely quoting Benjamin Franklin, the postcard claims—without giving the source—that "67 million voters favor all persons of Jewish birth must leave the United States no later than Dec. 30, 1948." It Ul • it a national vote be taken on this question and concludes with highly inciting anti-Jewish allegations. The postcards an being mailed from 1. Angeles. They bear all the marks of the anti-Jewish propaganda conducted by the Nazis ;nst American Jews. The New York Herald Tribune, one | of America's leading newspapers, will excludi advertising which is discriminati ry as to race, creed, r or national origin. The I B'rith committee on uniity relations will make a ey to obtain a picture of the %  \:ent to which. anti-Jewish prejudice is practiced in American colleges. FOR RENT Very desir.n,le room; couple or with child of sixth or seventh qr.ide school age; with or without kitchen privilegea. Apply 3404 s. W. 24th terrace, Mi.imi The "Loan Arranger" Our boss has promised lo raise the help's pay this week ... He hasn't told us from whom, but he expects to raise it! ZTSSE.Vg 1149 N. 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Finn, Miami Beach dentist, was awarded the Legion of Merit, this week for outstanding work as director of the Army's medical service training school, Macon, Ga. The presentation was made at Miami Air Depot by Col. J. H. Houghton, commanding officer. Dr. Finn directed the staff which tested and improved existing medical equipment and de-! vclopcd improvised materials for j use in treating war wound) d. He also directed construction ] of entire areas of mock battle-1 fields to be used in thise tests and set up a 400-bed experiment-! al hospital. The school trained more than 2,000 officers and 25,-1 000 t nlisted men for field medical work and was the only one of its kind the United States. TWO BEACH BOYS TO RECEIVE DEGREES Morris Murray Schecter and Norman Frank Solomon will be among the 119 members of the University of Florida graduating class who will receive their degrees at the summer-session comtnencenu nt exercises tonight. Schecter will be givn a bachelor of science degree: Solomon will be graduattd with a bachelor of arts degree. Both boys are residents of Miami Beach. ATTEND JAYCEE MEET Stanley Wasscrman and Larry Cohn will represent Miami Beach at the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce convention in Ocala Saturday and Sunday. Nearly 100 delegates will atU nd the mid-summer conference, according to Willard Ayres, general chairman on arrangements. LUBy| tnevrol SERVK • REPAIRS • PAINTING • BODYWoJ • WASHING 1 • POLISHING • STEAMCLU ING • WHEELAJ ING • WHEEL BALI ING Completely Re-C4 Your Co, Pay for It In 8 Monthly Payne Thru CMJLC LUBVCKIHri Your Friendly Chnnttl W. Flagler St. at I PHONE 2-11 ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE I Complete & Dependable Title Servici 41 N. E. FIRST AVENUE TELMMI Established 20 Years Title Insurance Policies by KANSAS CITY TITLE INSURANCE CO. 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30, 1946 PLAIN TALK cm right I FROM ALFRED SEGAL19 46. Seven Art Feature Syndicate SPEAK IN HEAVEN w ho read my recent piece entitled "Waiting IMTO End" (it was that Sunday when the experiL bomb went off at Bikini) asked: "And suppose | fly had ended that day. Couldn't God have made Btion remained deep in my mind. I carried it evening. Yes. I thought, maybe that's the best had another chance, He would certainly profit by experience of the past. A better human race cerdbe cieated in a new world. Ithou.u!' : tins, the led the Wea ol starting Love,. l c ur r XC seemed just too L. C rk with any lunger. table of learning even that com* t" it by j suffering. Ling. Bavin! comfortfed of my dinner, havmv pipe—it was the |lhave used on similar iccasions-I composed m0S | : table i's it, I mua d, a brand ; built fn th( ashes of [couldn't be any worse tbea great deal better. : bitter experience of isands of years, God to create a better Itare of a a nl i>ion of tance I uested | this maj hi ve been natations of my pipe ke a volcano when it darted. Suddenly the ired away and I was i a great assembly of |hall whose immensity length an breadth "Where am I?" ; my elbow —he lookmillion years old—repeal! in Paradise. I newcomer here?" he "his asseml ly, he ex* 0/ all th( people of Wiohad died—all the the past, including ne very recent past when mankind deby atmoci energy, fight say it was a mass said. came back to me: Sc crash that seemed [away from my typemen I was working at p. And now 1 was in |man continued: God I the former mhabii earth to plan a good, 1 with him. "And (we're all here for." 1 an immense tumult appeared •,. t a JJ D f been lou : speakarthnow were tilling 'their sound-, as each N, u.iij ng Him how food new world. some 1 f them: 1 had beer, failures [but who. unabashed, d FURNITURE 1 Tour home. Fresh I 15 > summer breeze. ""hour service that PHV 8 8 0 1 Housekeeping continued to project the authority of their voices in heaven; rabbis and other kinds of clergymen of all the religions who had projected sermons once a week through many years, like arrows shot into thin air. I sought some familiar rabinical voices. They had the rolling sound of organ music of which the old ladies of their congregations used to say they couldn't understand what the rabbis meant but it was all beautiful just the same. Now they were all speaking to God together—the statemen, the clergymen and all the others who on earth were wont to give out their voices in loud speeches. Each had a different idea of what the new world should be like. A former Italian statesman was saying that a new world should contain no Yugoslavs. One whom I was quick to recognize as Bilbo said the new world must be one of white skins only. "You made a mistake when you made black ones last time." Stalin was shouting it must bo a new world of Communists only. He wished to have it understood, though—as a matter of procedural record—that the fact that he was addressing God should not be regarded as any recognition of the existence of God. He said he refused to believe in God, eyen though, as some might argue, he was speaking to Him face to face. "As to God the Soviet Government continues to stand on the party line," he said. Britlania Forever Churchill's voice was giving the rounded periods that used to do something to me on the radio. "Regardless of whatever else You may do with a new world, the British empire must not be liquidated. And, as to Palestine, the British government stands four-square where it always has." The clergymen said there should be only one religion in the new world, but each insisted that his own religion must be the (Continued on Page 10) W Sore Ton Money ••Mas Transport ft Trading, la*. • N. K. MRU HT. Phone 3-07S? Beautiful Miami Medical Center Facilities for treatment* of acute medical, and convalescent caiea Especially equipped for care of nervoua and mental disorders, drug and alcoholic habits. Psychotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Electric-Shock therapy scientifically given. P. L. DODGE, M. D. Medical Director and President 18*1 N. W. S. RIVER DRIVE Phones 2-0243—9-1042 Open to Members of Dad* County Medical Ann. ol I ? I i AL RESTAURANT iSanS LI C A T E S S E N "WKFAST LUNCH DINNER C| -OSE O to Take Home Phone 3-9305 WEDNESDAYS JJe*lstfhridTfon PAGE NINE ZES 1 Organization meeting of a Jewish War Veterans' post at West Palm Beach was held Sund ly afu rnoon at the George Washington hotel with five Miamiana assisting. Present from Miami were officers of the Florida departmentAbe Goldman, state commander; Maurice Grossman, adjutant, Dr. Maurice Klein, chief of staff, Sol Jaffe, officer of the day, and Frank Kline, state quartermasti 1. Prank Bayer, president of the West Palm B'nai B'rith lodge, presided. First to sign the charter was Joe Lesser, Palm Beach communal worker. Installation of the post will be conducted by Florida officers at a banquet in the near future. MIAMI Y CONDUCTS SPECIAL MEET A special program for children began Monday at the Miami Y and will continue until Sept. 13, according to an announcement made by Mrs. Leon Kaplan, youth activities chairman. Conducted without charge, the program is held Monday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. and includes athletics, hobby hour, arts and crafts, dramatics, photography and dancing. A trained staff supervises the activities. BETH TFILAH10 E IT RABBI RACKOVSKV ATTEND LEGION MEET Beach District Appoints Freefield Secretary Charles M. Freefield, 605 Euclid ave., was appointed executive secretary of the Miami Beach Zionist district last week. Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of directors, announces. Freefield recently returned from the Brandeis Camp institute at Hancock, N.Y., which he attended on a scholarship granted by the Greater Miami Zionist Youth commission. Formerly of Newark, N.J., Freefield has established temporary offices for the district at room 207, 605 Lincoln id., for the summer months. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS Have your roof repaired now; you will save on a new roof later "Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" 414 S. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 4-5860 Tnmn Ul I. MIAMI AVE, PH0HI MTU ; Ask for U. S. Government Inspection No. 1 And You'll Have the Best Delicatessen With KOSHEK ZION SAUSAGE Co. PRODUCTS PEARL BROTHERS FLORIDA PROVISION CO. Exclusive Distributors Phone 2-6141 1721 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI Two of 40 Dade county high school boys attending the Florida Boys' State in Tallahassee this week are Herb Geltner and Larry Landy. Selected for outstanding achievements in school, the boys were sent by the American Legion to the state capitol for special training in government. Geltner's trip which ends tomorrow was sponsored by the Harvey Seeds post. Landy's was sponsored by the Miami Beach Jewish War Veterans. POLLACK IN MARINES Richard Pollack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pollack, 2508 S.W. 10 st., has been inducted into the Marine corps at Parris Island, S.C. Before entering the service he was a member of AZA in Miami. He attended the University of Florida where he was affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. Congregation Beth Tfilah will inaugurate its formal services on the High Holidays in its newly erected, air-conditioned synagogue. Sliehos services will be held at 1 a.m. Sept. 21 and Rosh Hashona services will take place Sept. 25, 26 and 27. Located at 935 Euclid ave., Miami Beach, the building is modern in every respect and has the newest features in air-conditioning and heating equipment. Seats for the holiday services may be purchased at the new synagogue or at its temporary quarters at Euclid ave., corner of Sixth st. Services will be held in accordance with the traditional orthodox observance. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, rabbi and cantor, known as "The Yerushalmy," will officiate at the services and will deliver the sermons during the High Holidays. Building arrangements are under the leadership of Moses Salzberg. Nathan Ginsburgh is chairman of the building committee. Plans for the building were drawn by Norman Giller, architect. Murray Mantell is the general contractor. Both are veterans. Officers of the congregation are the Rev. Shaye Jacobson, president; Samuel Widelitz, vice president; Israel Kimmel, treasurer; J. S. Rubin, secretary. JOGUST BROS R* £ I** 1 l the OESTf IIE1 HILCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., INC. Genuine Engraved Stationery Announces the opening of Miami's Newest Engraving Plant and Office at 122 N. E. Sixth Street. Featuring five-day service on all social work. Phone 3-5174. OFFICERS JAMES J. HILL Formerly Preeldent of Picket! Engraving Co. LYLE H. GOODYEAR Formerly Msociated with The H. & W. B. Drew Co. So ... YOU WANT A NEW SEIBERLINGI right now perhaps you'll have to wait for that new Seiberling but come in andlet us put your name on the DIXIE PRIORITY list. You'll be notified promptly when they are delivered. and...IFIT'SRECAPPINGl well DIXIE workmanship is tops! Top-quality SEIBERLING MATERIALS and workmanship of trained technicians combine to produce "BETTER" LONGER LASTING RECAPS! 5 CONVENIENT NilftHIOKHOQP STATIONS DIXIE TIRE C? Pr MIAMI MIAMI BEACH 101 S. VT. First Street 5327 >'. Miami Ave. J539 N. W. 17th Ave. M P 045 Fifth Street Phone 5-5369 1840 Alton Road Phone 5-0724 Electrical Appliances for the Home s :\ %  • • I %  1 1' %  i i < 1 i



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I PAGE TEN Jei*t>ftor*tL OPENS IN Mill The 40-bed Biscayne Hospital has been opened at 6339 Biscayne blvd. in conjunction with the Meadow Clinic, Dr. Edward Meadow and David Collins announce this week. Hospital quarters are located on the second and third floors with private, semi-private and ward rooms. A modern stainless steel kitchen on the second floor adjoins the dining and recreation room and private bath for nurses. The Meadow Clinic which houses facilities for specialists, both medical and surgical, is on the ground floor. The building is a new CBS structure consisting of three floors with elevator, air conditioning and heating facilities. Convalescent patients make use of the solarium. Non-sectarian, the institution is individually owned and operated. Collins is superintendent. Beth David Sisterhood Outlines Year's Plans Miami's New Biscayne Hospital at 6339 Biscayne blvd. occupies the second and third floors of i the building pictured here. The Meadow Clinic is located on the first floor. rl PLAIN TALK With the first open meeting of the season scheduled for Sept. 18. j board members of the Bah David | Sisterhood met Mi nday aftei at the F.l Mirasol cabana cluto to formulate plans for the year's activities. Mrs Jack August, past presid nt, was hostess. Mrs. August' and two other past presidents, Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Isidor Cohen, were honored. Presiding was Mrs. J Bermann. The invocation was ri ad I y Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Harold Rand was named publicity chairman. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9) one, if the world was to be g< verned by truth. God smiled. He was pati It was like the patience of Iv fathers on the earth when their kids weie noisy in the house, fighting all over the place. 1 thought of my own similai pati, n < e when my children young long ago. This was the patie, ,, of everybody's Fathi i God looked up and the n motest corners i I heav< n wi re bright with the splend His countenance. "Children! Children!" he called us. He said he had heard from all the IHL; people of the earth, but none of the little people had said a word. Wasn't there one of the little people who would like t" tell him how to make th new world good? 1 trembled as I arose. I never had been any gi od at public speaking and now my voice quavered and I could'have fallen ZIONIST DISTRICT SEEKS BENEFACTOR m ^ The Jewish Flordian has been GREATER MUlfe| requested to aid in locating Abe HOUSES OF tyQn Weber for the Miami Beach Zionist district. The following communication regarding Weber has been received from Charles M. R^J 0 /'^"*' !" MO^. rt.iDbi Murray fir„.. .*• MIAMI '•V Gru.r S Freefield, executive secrtary of M .inches K;,!,,^.""^"*! % %  • • asftSSp i %  '. .id the district: "A certain Mr. Abe Weber is i reported to have been so enthusiMaV tally tru'i David COM !" ,, 1 **1 sh.nil; w .:. Th ",a SID'S ON THE TRAIL 1551 S. W. 8th STREET Catering to the Most Critical Imported and Domestic TABLE LUXURIES and DELICATESSEN DELICACIES That Are Unique in Miami Delicious Food — Breakfast, Luncheon — Dinner till 9:00 P.M. Large Choice of Kosher Products CATEBING FOB SOCIAL OCCASIONS ; inti rplanetary space, as i i managed to take ho ld ,! myself, though, and spoke: "I think it's all in being kind. it: A new world in rybody will be kind to Kind hearts and minds! There wasn't enough in the old world—that I ;: I, It was like mad dogs devouring each other. O, go d God, make the new world i a murmur of snort,. ,.. ptuous impatience from all th big shots. I could rstand whal It meant: "Why tak up our time with the childish jdi ol this simple-minded Let's get on with our adult polith -1 an I theological discussion I f what the new world should bi like." Their voices become loud again. I sat down in .1 rassment. MY pipe had gone out. Well, I t. nevi rtbeless I was right. But why wait to make a new world kind? Why can't we start on this one? at 8:15 p.m. | HlKh !• %  %  Proposed partitioning of Palostint was discussed by Harry Sioff, chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist Emergency council, at the Miami Beach Zionist district Wednesday afternoon at tl National hotel. Jack D. Burris, acting president of the district, presided at the roundtable discussion which followed. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Waihington Are. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Piaster St.. Miami L tto 100 DRINK PLENTY: m DELIVERED TO WK. CASE OF SIX TABLE BOTTLES 5-GALLON BOTTLE.I 'Plus MIMWH PHONE 2-4121 NEW YEAR GREETINGS IN THE ROSH 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 extending your holiday greetings. Don't take the chance of omitting anyone. All your friends and relatives will be looking for your name in this special section. ORDER YOUR GREETING NOW PHONE 2-1141 OR SEND YOUR COPY TO MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGAl 590 S. W. 17TH AVENUE MURRAY GRAUER, Rabbi MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor SCHAAREI ZEDEK TALMUD II 1545 S. W. THIRD STREET Ticket, will be sold on a fust-come. %  basis. No reservations will be made^ PjJ^nirf on personal application when acco icash payment „ The Ticket Committee will £?5901' you daily at the Synagogue ^ W 17th Avenue, at the following hours Sunday Mornlngs-10 o'clock until Weekday Evening clock "*



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MXW BM1 W1HI11 30, 1946 r^uNGER ISTNEWYORK „, Elaine Rose of Mif f, h c ls-x House Colon" ,C U york city Aug. 18 tab bi Irving Lehrman of C Beach Jewish Center t!r of Mr. and Mrs. JosRLrf Miami Beach, the 1 a ,t,ndcd by two maids > Marilyn linger and GerL Rose Her bridesmaids Li „ rhcrr New York city; Kinon'la.nfield.N.J, rZ Meyers of Flushing, ;,:, all sorority sisters UCohen of New York 1 best man. Ushers were stoll and Robert Shimm, [York City; Mace Siegel, I knit \.l Morton Kaish, Kt Ni and Richard fc ill resid. in New York there M. will comIhis stud „ aduated from fJenist) fkrMtot) PAGE ELEVEN BRONSTONS VISIT SON IN SWITZERLAND Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston of the Beach have returned from an air excursion Montrcux, Switzerland, they visited their for 15 days. to win reson, Ben, Jr., Their son, who is MRS. UNGER Miami Beach High school and attended Syracuse university where she was a member of Alpha Epn silon Phi sorority. Son of Dr. and Mrs. Jonas J. Unger, of New York city, the — — —"., %  % %  it HUD, Will) IA with the Army of Occupation in Germany, met hi.parents in the Swiss city. The Bronstons had been in Montreux 15 year.ago and stopped at the same hotel. Mr. Bronston remarked that the city looked just as it had 15 years ago and that at the hotel they found the! same owner, manager, suite and ELAINE GROSSINGER chambermaid. I-IT/- K /~> nrv m^v T^ i-.mi--i They left New York at 1 p.m. on July !) aboard a TWA 42-passenger Constellation plane and arrived at their destination at ion on July 11 after traveling by train from Paris. The Bronstons expect their son to be discharged in November and to reUnger, ot New YorK city, tne = VC • „ turn to Rensselar Polytechnic mgroom, attended Barnard school stitute jn Tn)y N y J for Boys, was graduated from Co\ lumbia university and is now at-' MISS KRANZ ENGAGED tending Columbia University Col-' T/O NAVY VETERAN lege for physicians and surgeons.' He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. ELAINE GROSSINGER ftlNE GROSSINGEn ENGAGED TO D. ETESS Palm Beach MRS. MARY SCHBEBNICK. RepreaentotiYe Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grossinger ot the Grossinger Hotel and Country Club, Ferndalc. N.Y., and Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to David Etess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Etcss of Liberty, N. Y. Miss Grossinger is now a student at Russel Sage college, Troy, _, c ,. „. N Y Mr. Etcss attended Ohio The engagement of Miss Shirley i %  • .. „_ Ruth Kranz and Walter M. BinState university and then transmruthal, of Washington, D. C, ferrcd to Syracuse university, is announced by her parents. Dr. from which he received his bachInhCohni %  "ecu appointed Gut state hotel commiski schur. t the George ington Bottl, has gone to pgoon business. He expects [away about three weeks. : Misses Barbara Kalmutz, [Deutsch. Rosiland Moss, • Blake and Joyce Barrish \ among the delegates of the i B'rith Stars who attended district BUG convention at ni Beach last week. Miss Kal[ is president of the Stars. Zimberoff, Nathan Schwartz and Bernard Lcnise. fclebratinR thi ir silver wed. anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Kin Dubbin. 216 Valencia rd., I k-t Wedne day for a two rip to Canada and New i city. Betrothal of Miss Yetta Greenberg to A. E. Finegold is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Max Greenberg, 285 Barcelona rd. Mr. Finegold is the son of the Sam Finegolds, Beaumont, Tex. The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High school and is a senior at the University of Georgia where she is affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and the Hillel foundation. Recentlv discharged from the Coast Guard, Mr. Finegold attended the University of Texas. He was president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and a member of the Inter-Fraternity council and the Hillel foundation. i:* %  i i i i <'i i i M %  i t>. ,.II jr.i.t ill., LSI and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase ave. Miss Kranz attended the Uni! versity of Miami where she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her fiance is a graduate of Georgetown university foreign service school and a member of Phi Alpha fraternity. He recently completed 20 months overseas service with the Navy as a lieutenant, junior grade. elor of arts degree. He is now a student at the Syracuse College of Medicine. No date has been set for the wedding. DORIS FELDMAN JOINS AUGUST BRIDES Miss Doris Feldman and Marvin M. Rickard were married Sunday, Aug. 1,8 before their immediate families at the home of Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs. Rickard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman, 2119 S.W. 16 ter. A family diner at the Shelborne hotel followed the ceremony. The couple is honeymooning on the Beach and plans to reside in Miami. Mrs. Arnold Simon attended the bride, and Patrick Sullivan was best man. Several guests came from Ft. Lauderdale for the ceremony. Mrs. Rickard was graduated from Miami Senior High school and is now a graduating senior at the University of Miami School of Music. A harpist, is a member of the university orchestra. She is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Rickard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rickard of Ft. Lauderdale, was recently graduated the University of Miami with a bachelor of music degree. He is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. POT-LUCK SUPPER A potluck supper for the Debbs chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women, was given by Mrs. Milton Friedman, advisor, Monday evening at her home, 2263 S.W. 21 ter. I honor of M s Selma Stein hssaic. N.J., a barbecue party ] given by her cousin, Miss InaSchiff. at the home of Miss Jiffs parents the Irving N. jiffs. 801 Forest Hill blvd., last • g. Miss Schiff i vacation :• m the UniversI Miami. nong I ts were BarSchiff, Fthel Smith, Doris |acht, Lillian Cohen, Bernard lacht, Jack Cohen, Maurice leman, Arthur Schiff, Allan LFA National BBG Convention Attracts Miamians Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, di( rector of B'nai B'rith Girls work in this district, left yesterday to attend the BBG convention at Camp Cejwin, Port Jervis, N.Y. Representing local groups at the convention will be the Misses Sara Rose Schwartz, Vivian Schaeffcr. Dot Golden, Terry Fishman, Irene Jacobs and Tobie Jacobskind. Before returning to Miami. Miss Carnovsky will tour the district for a month and a half doing field work. FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM-ICE CREAM C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach job too large or too smalL Over 50 years in business. MIZELL-SIMON MORTUARY %  W. MlMll, C. K. Simon, Lawrence 8. Favllle, Funeral Director |13 Hibiscus Street • Phone 8121 • W. Palm Beach. Fla. ^p710S.W.12thAV.MIAMH Lm. 33431-1 "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME SOUTHERN DAIRIES [O. SwTing Palm Beach County. **£"J* nO-SetlhC. Nationally Famous Southern Dalrias Pro ^w£?5 AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE WE OfFKIAUY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY Of NORTHER" am FUNERAL NOMES SERVING MIAMI BEACH a MIAMI Fyr/iiSive/y Jewish IOS. L PLUMMER Funeral Director MEMORIAL CHftPEL £7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 123$ W.-.hinflton Ave. Miami Baich TH08. M. OURNS, JB. Funerat Director ABE eiSeNBBRO. Treasurer in Hew York: 76th St. and Amsterdam Are. MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miami'a Oldeat and Largeat" Operated by SIDNEY H. PALMER You need no longer wait 6 to 10 months for your monuments. We carry a large selection for immediate delivery. All Styles oi Hebrew Lettering and Designs Phone 4-5922 For an Appointment 3279 S. W. 8th Street Oppotite Woodlawn Cemetery MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building !" !" 3 Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED U MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE M i,,w t toM. Wonm*" 1 — M 664 9M "^ LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 mn ~a*" WILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS Phone 5191 Weat Palm Beach, Fla rT^^nJNERAL CHAPEL PHONE 9-M64 E. E. CARTER, Funeral Director MMWMkMMWaAArt r i:i 1 %  i %  j 'I 1 I; i %  '4 1 i 1 i 1 i < 1 < 1 i 1 m



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PAGE TWELVE + lmistftorMito!! L Miss Rothenberg Sets Late Fall Wedding A late fall wedding has been planned by Miss Connie Rothenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rothenberg, 714 15th st., Miami Beach, whose engagement to Mr. Buddy J. Allen, also of Miami Beach, was announced this week. The bride-elect attended s<_. 1< i here and was graduated from Miami Beach Senior High school. During her senior year, Miss Rothenberg was chosen annua carnival queen. Her fiance, son of Mr. Harry Browarnik, 1536 Jefferson ave., attended school in New York city. A widely known figure in the theatrical a n d entertainment fields, he is a Miami Beach theatrical agent. _1Reveals Troth I^i^AUGUST SCHUMANNS LIVE IN FORT WORTH Making their home in Fort Worth, Texas, are Al Schumann and his bride, the former Shirley Breger. Announcement of their wedding, which took place in Dallas on June 13, is made this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Breger, 1951 Euclid ave. The ceremony was held in Tiferet Israel synagogue with Rabbi Pierce Annes officiating and Sam Henenberg serving as best man. After attending school in New York city, Mrs. Schumann was graduated from Newark Beth Israel School of Nursing in New Jersey. Her husband is the son of the Irving Schumanns, formerly of Dallas, now residing at 831 10th st. The bridegroom attended schools in Dallas and was a flight officer and navigator in the air forces for two and one-half years. He is now studying architectural engineering at Arlington, Texas ft? and Mrs. Jacob Froedman. 500 15th st., celebrated the.r golden wedding anmvetsary Saturday night at a dinner party and reception a. the Versailles hotel. Highlight of the affair was the wedding ceremony performed by Rabbi lx>iA. Zwitman. September 15 is the date chosen by Miss Roslyn Pitsch and Sanford H. Goldberg for their wedding at the Shelborne hotel. Announcement of their engagement and forthcoming marriage was made this week by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Pitsch, 1040 Jefferson ave. Miss Pitsch is a graduate of Miami Beach High school. Her fiance, son of the Sam Goldbergs, ('034 Indian Creek dr., is formerly of Augusta, Ga. He was a student at the University of Georgia prior to serving three and one* half years with the Army air forces. The couple will live in Miami Beach after a honeymoon in Cuba. tat ** Beach Girl To Marry Veteran In New York man Irving Bernsteins Mark Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein, 4635 N. Alton rd., celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recent ly with a dinner at the Clover club. Among the guests was H. L. Green, brother of Mrs. Bernstein. Another party will be given in the Bernsteins' honor in New York by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Seides, and their daughter, Miss Arlecn Bernstein. The Bernsteins will leave for New York by plane on Sept. 2. Mrs. Pollack Is Named AEPhi Alumnae Advisor To Film Bible Stories Paramount-studios will soon be distributing a series of films to be based on popular stories from the Bible which will be produced by a recently organized production company known as The Living Word, Inc. Scripts for these stories will be written by prominent authors, scenarists and playwrights, and B. P. Fincman, president of the company, will produce the films which will be two reels in length and filmed in color. MRS. GOLDHAGEN RESIDE IN ATLANTA Making thenhome in Atlanta ire Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Goldtagen, who wire married at the Natil nal hotel Ann. lit. with Rab>i Max Shapiro officiating.-The couple returned la?-V0M'ek from a honeymoon in Cuba, and will reside m the Georgia capital while Mr. Goldhagen completes his stuiiis a Emory university. The bride is the former Miss Paye Schindler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schindler of Miami Beach. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldhagen, also (jf the Beach. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy Real Ettate Service %  OB Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5861 \ ECONOMY EXTERMINATORS WE SPECIALIZE IN TERMITE CONTROL 5-Year Guarantee Free Inspection GENERAL MANAGER AND BOOKKEEPER 5-3444 41st Street and Prairie Ave.. Miami Beach Mrs. David D. Pollack. 3010 Collins ave. was appointed alumadvisor to Alpha Epsilon Phi's local chapter. Alpha Eta, at the University of Miami, at a special business meeting of the A E Phi Alumnae association held last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. 5736 Pine Tree dr. Mrs. Pollack's immediate duties will be in connection with the appn aching rushing period at the university. N". w members of the A. E. Phi Alumnai group welcomed at the meeting wire Mrs. David Rifas and Mrs. Henry Wolff. Other present were Mrs. Jack Courshon, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Mrs. Harold Stone, Mrs. Frederick J. Grossberg, Mrs. Arthur J. England and Mrs. Leonard Jacobson. Representatives from the active Chapter who were invited to attend the meeting were Miss Mindel Warficld and Miss Edith Cohen. Plans for the coining season were discussed, and it was agreed that special luncheons would be given at stated intervals during the height of the winter season for visiting sorors. You Go to Bed TO SLEEP -NOT TO FRET Beer notice how small troubles look big to you and greater troublei seem crushing when nervous tension keeps you awake at night? You can't be a( your best mentally or physically unless you get sufficient sleep. Milei Marvin* has helped thousands to more rest lul nights and more peaceful days. Ask your druggist for MUM Nervine. CAUTION use only as directed. Effervescent tablets, 35c and 75c -Liquid, 25c andll.OO. Miles Laboratories, Inc., Elkhart, Indiana. Planning to be married in New York on Sept. 22 are Miss Rita Grabois and Charles Weissman. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grabois, Miami Beach, and her fiance is the son of the Max Wcissmans. Accompanying the wedding party to New York will be Mrs. Selma Frost, sister of the brideelect, and Miss Barbara Frost. Guests at the wedding and reception will number 150. Miss Jennie Weissman, sister of the bridegroom-elect, will be maid of honor and Bernard Habergritz will be best man. The couple will remain in New York after their honeymoon to attend the wedding of Miss Jennie Weissman and Seymour Stern on Oct. 6. Mr. Weissman was recently discharged after three years overseas service with the Army. TRULY NOLEN. President MILES NERVINE vnrp MI tpoimpinVntiiwvW Rabbi Joseph Z. RackoTsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 13OT N. W 7th St. Ph. t-7301 Best carefor chronic elek, convalescent and elderly people 8ANFL BEER, M. O., Director Reasonable Prleee %  MLargt Beautiful aroundeeeaaaa ROSLYN PITSCH GETS DISTRICT POST Miss Terry Fishman, who, cd as the chairman of the rta B'nai B'rith Girls' conva was elected correspondingi tary of i. t HBG district. Sft,^ attend the national BBC i vetion at Camp Cejwm in ] Jems, N Y. this weekend, I WANT MY Ettab. 1924 And Be Son If i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZES Vitamin TJ" MUk "Milk Product"" Dacro Pioti.'

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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla
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August 30, 1946

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^-THE JEWISH UNITY r
19 NUMBER 35
miami is, Florida: Friday. AUGusT3o7i"946
ISSB Board Prepares
54,242 Budget for 1947
iThe Jewish Social Service bureau will ask the Dade County
nunity Chest for S51,702.50 for the 1947 fiscal year, Charles
JSSB executive director, announced this week following
lecision of the board of directors Tuesday night. A change
board's policy on public assistance was also adopted at
J meeting.
IThe board estimated that total operating expenses of the
Ley will be S54.242.50 for the year beginning March, 1947.
his. the bureau anticipates an income of 52,540 with 51,000
ecled from dues under the new membership plan.
' Cohen said that the preliminary
request for funds will be used to
determine the Chest's campaign
goal. Final allocation to JSSB
will be made by the Chest after
the November campaign.
For the current fiscal year,
JSSB is operating on a $40,425
budget with a $36,000 grant from
the Chest. The present alloca-
tion provides for three profes-
sional workers. In the requested
allocation, the bureau is asking
for funds for four workers.
The policy change which the
board okayed Tuesday concerns
referral of cases to the division
of charities of the city welfare
department.
On an experimental basis, the
possibility of cooperating with
city charities will be explored,
Cohan stated. However, no cases
(Continued on Page 4)
rum Accuses
ate Department
IaSHTNGTC N i ITA) Bartley
member of the former
lo-Ameriean Inquiry commit-
nPalestini. i harged the Near
fern Division of the State de-
ment with "frustrating" pres-
and congressional policy
Palestine and said that "it
|ld be salutary if Loy Hender-
kttsignalior w re requested."
iHer.ck: ii i ctor of the
iotNi I t( in and Afri-
|Afai:- in the State depart-
' k1
la luncheon
nor by Under-
lay oi I Interior Oscar
bman, undei the auspices of
Imerican Cl rtian Palestine
Wttee. Hi lared that the
while on the
en route to
State de-
m revealed re-
. to the Arabs by
t. "For i very prom-
lade by pre; lei ts, for every
btion by ( for every
in every party platform
1920 on," Crum said, "our
^department in secret cables
Arabs .1. d them that
i Would be dine.
State ent thinks
Polity highly realistic,"
I declared. 'The British were
'rank in saying that the
pon was not one of Jews, but
^ possibility ol war with a
power, namely, the Soviet
. To that end they sub-
!'was vital that the Brit-
n in the Middle East
1 by us as well as
N Secretary of State Dean
this week denied thc
mi- LSaid lhat if there to
m to this matter, which he
!* believe, the criticism
greeted against him.
Woman May
Get Shertok's
Job in Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) Goldie
Meirson, American-born labor
leader, has been named tempo-
rary chief of the political depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency to
replace Moshe Shertok, who is
being held in Latrun prison, it
was learned this week. She is
the first woman to occupy the
position.
Eliahu Dobkin, immigration
chief of the Agency, who returned
this week from Paris, denied that
there were differences of opinion
on basic policy among members
of the executive.
At the same time, Avi Lurie,
the representative of the Hash-
omer Hazair on the executive
committee of the Jewish National
council, sent a letter to Council
President Isaac Ben Zvi, inform-
ing him that he will refuse to
participate in further sessions of
the executive because of the
council's failure to implement its
decision to launch a policy of non-
cooperation with the government.
PRICE: TEN CENTS
Next Palestine Parley September 9;
Tel Aviv Expects Second Siege
Secret Radio
Tells Residents
To Defy Curfew
TEL AVIV (JTA)The Jewish
inhabitants here who have been
stocking food for days in hourly
expectation of a new 24-hour cur-
few, were warned by the Ha-
ganah radio, "Voice of Israel," to
prepare for a second military
siege and were urged to resist
curfew regulations that may be
imposed.
Similar instructions were
broadcast by a new secret radio
station, "The Voice of Tel
Aviv," which went on the air
for the first time this week.
The broadcast urged Jews
to defy curfew orders by ap-
pearing in the streets en masse,
and in the event of new
searches by the military not to
divulge their identity. Excep-
tions were the mayor, mem-
bers of the municipality and
heads of vital services who
might identify themselves.
Traffic on the main street of
Tel Aviv was halted this week
when Jewish youths threw bluc-
and-white bannrs over the wires
of the city's lighting system.
Crowds stopped to stare at the
banners which bore the symbol
of the Irgun Zvai Leumithe out-
(Continued on Page 4)
Zionists Stage
Mass Exodus
from Poland
Mufti, Zionist
Leaders May
Meet in London
LONDON (JTA) An official
announcement issued this week
land" in view of the persistent' by the British Foreign Office
anti-Semitic violence throughout stated that the forthcoming
WARSAW (JTA)-Polish Zion-
ist organizations have decided to
proclaim an "Exodus from Po-
the country, which is being in-
tensiiicd as opposition parties
launch their campaigns for the
forthcoming parliamentary elec-
tions.
In revealing their decision to
the government, the Zionist lead-
ers asked the authorities to open
the frontiers to Jews desiring to
leave the country. The govern-
ment has acceded to their request
and has promised to instruct bor-
der guards to permit Jews to
cross the frontiers freely within
a specified one-month period.
Jewish Communists are oppos-
ing the exodus of Jews, while the
Jewish Socialist Bund decided to
give its members a free hand.
The decision of the Zionist groups
has not been made public either
in thc Jewish or in the Polish
press, but Jews in Lodz and in
othi r cities somehow got wind of
it before it was even disclosed to
the government, and thousands
of them are now making ready
to i migrate.
The Polish authorities indi-
cated that they would be will-
ing to permit 3.000 Jews to
leave daily during the one-
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State Lotlge Parley
To Convene in Tain pa
A charter plan will carry dele-
gates from the Miami area to the
Florida state convention of B'nai
B'rith lodges to be held' in Tamp:.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Heading the delegation will be
Milton A. Friedman, vice presi-
dent of the state federation and
a representative of Sholem lodge,
Miami.
Participating in the convention
will be two representatives of the
Miami Beach lodge.
Harold Turk, state membership
chairman, will conduct a sym-
on membership
posium
and
** V Schedules Wew Concert Series
kaeries of five cultural bers are John Brownlee, baritone. Admission to the five pro-
*'" be held this winter and Lucille Browning, contralto, grams which will be held at
Bu1HfP1CeS 'f the Beach both of the Metropolitan; Edward Bcat.h, wm be by subscription
's JS!rm1an' <*airman of Kane, tenor, of the Chicago Civic on)y Huberman said. No single
tickets will be sold. Announce-
of ticket sales and the
l2*ural committee, an- Opera, and Adelaide Abbott, so-
, mis Wei-W *
blight f prano concert artist.
, < oi tin series, which On Dec. 28, Iva Kitchell, comic ment
,J;na ^Profit basis, dancer, will perform. Ray Lev, places where the events will be
g* appearance of Bidu pianist, will be presented Jan. 25. held, will
P Primal lyric soPrano Miss Lev plays to "standing room
jr. 0Ptra a "f th Metro" only" audiences at Carnegie hall
L*1U be
C(i|npany. Miss and this is one of her first major
kb 2.DC Presented by the tours outside of the New York
Although the Beach Y is plan-
ning this separate concert series,
maintaining its membership
DecCVnt wi"
area.
Final event on the series wi
it is
in
, the Greater Miami Jewish
B a con- Final event on the senes will be Cultural V^'"$
2 by t,-1(. ..FootHght fl m starring joseph Fuchs, executive d.rector of the
whose mem- concert violinist, on March 29. ported.
iuartot,
George J- Talianoff, Florida reg-
ional director of the Anti-Defa-
mation league, will report on
ADL activities.
Others representing the Beach
lodge will be J. Harry Day, chair-
man of the lodge's convention
committee, and Godfrey K. New-
man, Walter C. Kovner, Dave
Emmer, Jack A. Abbott, Siegfried
Gcismar, Ben Winter, Daniel
Broad, Isadore Tannen, Edward
Levin, Bernard S. Feiner, Max
Singer, Al Kreisler, Jack August,
Paul Green, Harold Zinn and
Arthur Frishman.
Besides Friedman, delegates of
Sholem lodge are President E. Al-
bert Pallot, Maurice Dworkin,
Fred K. Shochet, Harry Schwartz,
Nathan Adelman, Eli Hurwitz,
Isaac Levin, Max Silver and Marx
I'Ymberg.
and Arthur Frishman.
A report on members who have
joined since the 1945 convention
will be given and plans will be
made for the state lodges' par-
ticipation in the national mem-
bership drive to be held from
October. 1946, to April, 1947. A
goal of 1,500 new members has
been set for the 12 Florida lodges.
The convention program will
include addresses by Isaac Grad-
man, president of the fifth dis-
trict; Julius Fisher, district secre-
tary: Ed Grusd, editor of the
National Jewish Monthly.
round-table conference on Pales-
tine will open in London on Sept.
9. At the same time, a spokes-
man for Prime Minister Attlee
indicated that the British govern-
ment may allow the Mufti, as
well as the detained Zionist lead-
ers, to attend the meetings.
According to the spokesman,
the British government would
rather not have the Mufti or the
detained Jewish leaders at the
meetings, "but we would not let
the conference break down on
that issue."
Invitations for the conference
have been sent to the govern-
ments of Arab states, to the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine and to
the Palestine Arab Higher Com-
mittee.
In Jerusalem Palestine Arab
leaders claimed this week that
they received information from
their representatives in London
that several members of the Brit-
ish cabinet are inclined to invite
the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem to
participate in the discussions.
The demand that the ex-Mufti,
who is now in exile in Egypt, be
permitted to attend the London
conference as head of the Pales-
tine Arab group was one of the
(Continued on Page 4)
Florida AZA
Stales Parley
Sixth annual AZA Florida re-
gional convention will open in
Tampa tomorrow and continue
over the Labor Day weekend.
Also meeting in Tampa will be
the state federation of B'nai
B'rith, parent organization of
AZA.
Members of Florida AZA chap-
ters will attend oratory and de-
bate contests, basketball games
and a hayride. Guest speaker at
the convention banquet in the
Hillsboro hotel will be Dr. E. C.
Nance, president of the Uni-
versity of Tampa.
Miami delegates from AZA
chapter 322 are Joseph Reisman
and Sidney Grossberg. Walter
Traurig is the alternate. Repre-
senting Sigma Rho chapter are
Harold Weinberg, Stanley Bulbin,
Albert Kahn and Gerald Shank-
man. Among the delegates from
Royal Palm chapter, Miami
Beach, is Melvin Frumkis.
Marjorie Miller and Glennor
Cravitt, 322 and Sigma Rho can-
didates for state AZA sweetweart,
will also attend.
Chapter 322 held a canned
foods drive last week to aid the
local SOS drive for supplies for
overseas survivors. Plans for the
continuation of the campaign will
be discussed by the chapter at a
meeting Thursday night at the
Miami Y.
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FRIDAY
AUGUST
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With Labor day andlhe High Holidays so near Miamians
are making the homeward trek horn all points north, east and
WeDr'. Benjamin Coleman, 337 Lincoln rd has returned from
New York where he spent two months doing P*?duate
work Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff are expected back
irom their New York vacation today Rabb: Leon Kromsh
has returned from Far Rockaway. N. Y and expects his fcm.ly
to arrive within the next few weeks
Mrs. Charles Adelman and herjwo children are home irom a
visit in Savannah, Ga.
Gattlinburg, Tenn., was the va-
cation spot of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Margulies who returned
last week ... Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Brenner and daughters
have returned from the New
York mountains ... Mr. and
Mrs. William I. Brenner are
home from North Carolina .
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Morris and
family have returned to the city
after an extended northern va-
cation. Mr. Morris will soon
reopen the Alcazar hotel .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feinstein
have rejoined their son, Eddie,
at the Versailles after a brief
holiday ^ .
LABOR DAY IN CUBA
Spending Labor day week-
end in Havana, Cuba, are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Block, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Paul, and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry S. Greenbaum
After the trip, Mi. and Mrs. Paul
will spend several weeks in
New York and Atlantic City
and Mr. and Mrs. Greenbaum
will celebrate their wedding an-
niversary in Crystal Springs,
Fla. .
Miss Ruth Brotman flew to
Montreal, Canada, last week
to visit her family. While
there she will broadcast sev-
eral concerts over Station
CKAC .
While on three months leave
from War department head-
quarters, Frankfort, Germany,
Arthur Fuld visited his mother
and brother, Ernest Fuld, at
2721 S. W. 20th st. Mr. Fuld
is returning to Europe aboard
the S.S. George Washington.
. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raff are
in Charlotte, N. C, after vaca-
tioning in Long Beach, Long
Island .
Mrs. Henry Hohauser is
visiting in New York following
a trip to California. Mr. Ho-
hauser returned to Miami last
week from the West Coast .
Mrs. William D. Tucker, jr., and
son, Wi'.iiam, III, have returned
to their home in Huntsville,
Ala., after visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, here.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Sophia Ginsburgh to Say Vows Suni
**
HEIFETZ
MISS
MISS HEIFETZ TO SAY
VOWS TOMORROW
NEWLYWEDS RETURN
FROM TRIP TO CUBA
Ml and -.: Max Schickler,
B^x. N.Y., and Royce hotel,
B, ach, announce the nuu
I : daughter, Edythe,
1 !" \"V X"
... south Norwalk,
i Miami Beach. Rabbi
E. Rackovsky officiated
orem ny which was held
0 Beth Tfilah synagogue,
Miami Bi
Members of th, wedding party
Art n and Leonard
,,i the bride,
-.,. -.: \: : Bash and
\[: s n Suslow.
, ,, remony Mr.
i d Mrs. Ja kobson were honor-
I | i Royce and
I hotels. Approximately
n guests attended.
born in Vienna
i United States
go t< escape Nazi per-

r ia. Mr. Jacobson
to thi Uniti d States at the
I and attended Com-
Hi I in South Nor-
i I in the U. S. cav-
ui years in England,
. i;, rmany and Russia.
\ -. on in Havana,
,iint- at the Im-
pcrial hi tel.
MR. and MRS. JACOBON
Miss Freehling Honored
Miss Jeanne Freehling, bride-
elect of Myron Sterman of Ala-
bama, was honored at a handker-
chief shower Tuesday at the home
of Miss Molly Ann Boyell, 2336
S.W. 23 st.
Miss Freehling';: houseguest,
Gloria Sterman, sister of the
bridegroom-elect, left yesterday
to return to Alabama where she
is attending the state university.
I
Miss Sophia P.i.i>
No invitations have;
the couple arc asked J
. Mrs Martin Lazar &
sister's matWMHj
Bears brother-in-law/'
Klein, wll be best man.
. -Murray Grauer I
'! E. Rackovsky Q|
AI'' cheloff win ofll,J
1 : ony. Specif ,
have been extmded to
and officers of the Jewi
for the Aged to attend'
dn.g.
Vr. and Mrs. Bearta|
at ... kiddush Saturday
at the Miami Jewish
Congregation.
Out-of-t^wn guests trt
thi wedd
Sadie Kerper and daugal
omi, of New Jersey,
cousin of the bridtgro.
and David Kiener, Aft
Miss Ginsburgh's grar
'.:
Miss Hartman Selects
November for Wedding
All roads lead to 111:: oi tl i
. thi Jacobson family
ill atl nd the wi
Mi R ith H. ::. tz ol Chi go an I
i H. Jac bs< :.. Miami, ti -
. ow evening.
David Ja( ol s n, fatl er ol the
!.. will li ave ti s
Mi mi and Mrs. Ja< i
will go from New York.
The brid brothi .
sisti r-in-law Mr. and Mrs, Owi n
Ji rdan, and their daughti r,
Ni .'. York, will also atti nd.
The wedding will be held at
the hon of thi elect's
brother-in-law and sister, D-. an I
Ben Nieman, Oak Park, 111.
Miss Heifetz is th< ghti r oi
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heifetz, Chi-
After a hoi i ymi ion in Ha'
the couple ill return to Mian i
ai ound Sept. 9.
A wedding in late November
is being planni d by Miss Ethel
Hariman and Sam Greensteln,
gagement is announced
w( i k by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Mi rris Kryshka, Bronx,
NY.
Miss Hartman attended schools
in Pi ividence, R.I., and has been
Miami for the past sev-
eral months.
I! : t: ince, a veteran of five
ti thi Army, served in the
theatre. Sen of the J. S.
Gi teins, :'.r>41 Lincoln ave.,
ut Gi e is now in bus-
ni h< :<.
couple will live in Miami.
for Rut
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^Jenhlh tounWcuin
,11 program for
0 be marked by a gala,
1^ day dance at the Mi-
rt 830 P-m. Monday, ac-
L".o Ben Essen, chairman
fadult activities committee.
k-oiece orchestra under the
f > wood Lavine
Lovidc the music for the
Er dancing. M< mbers of the
L dub. the Y's young
Em* will i"-''"1 a rouP
1
and Herb Ru-
irmen of the sub-
['.. rtainment and
., is in charge
1 ts, Other members
I ide Herbert
Max R. Silvi r, Sam Seitlin,
Etta. Leo" Kaplan and
Uac bson.
[public is inviti d.
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nage Sale to Aid
krcular Patients
By tubercular patients in
J nefit from
I to be In Id by
neater M wish Con-
|ive R< > I ociety from
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IThird avi Mi s. Martin D.
re. chai nnounces.
issued an
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h '.dials for
\> : iiibutions
her home, 1520
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[fference in
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ptefeof
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BASLE TO BE SCENE
OF ZIONIST CONGRESS
JERUSALEM, (JTA)The 22nd
World Zionist Congress will be
held in Basle, Switzerland, it was
announced here this week. The
Congress will commemorate the
Zionist Congress which was also
50th anniversary of the first
World Zionist Congress held in
Basle.
Dr. Fritz Ullman, who has h en
the techenical director of World
Zionist Congresses for many
years, departed by plane for
Switzerland to make the neces-
sary arrangements for the forth-
coming sessions.
It was estimated here that 2.-
500,000 "shekolim" entitling pur-
chasers to vote in the election of
delegates to the Congress have
already been sold by various na-
tional Zionists bodies, with half
of them purchased in the United
States.
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL
FORMS COMMITTEES
Harold Turk, temporary chair-
man of the B'nai B'rith Metro-
politan council, announced the
formation of two committees this
week.
Appointed to the constitution
and by-laws committee were E.
Albert Pallot, Walter C. Kovner,
Mrs. Beverly Becker, Miss Ber-
nice Badanes and David Moldin.
Publicity committee' me mbers
are Charles Jacobson, Paul Weitz
man, Walter Trourig, Mrs. Sam
Goldman and Miss Dolly Pont.
Postwar service chairman of
the men's lodges, women's chap-
ters and other affiliated groups
of B'nai B'rith will meet some
time next week to coordinate
postwar and community service
activities, Turk said.
Raphaels Hotel Opened
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KSB& ,ooo,
Opening of the Raphaels hotel
i at 146 Washington ave. is an-
nounced this week by Mr. and
Mrs. Ezra Raphael and Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Levitan.
Strictly kosher meals will be
served in the hotel dining room
to visitors as well as guests at
the hotel. Reservations are now
being taken for the High Holi-
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael operated
a guest house at Miami Beach for
the past six years prior to open-
ing the hotel.
PAGE THREE
REGIONAL
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TICAL ACTION
First postwar convention of the
South Masada Region will take
place during the L Daj
week-, nd in Bii mil I an .
The local Masada group ill be
repn sented al I vention by
Marvin Cooper, Han Id H(
Seymour Hinkes, ai I H
Shapiro.
Shapiro, region: I pi
man, announ i thai the
convention will deal mainly with
political actions. A pli n will be
.ted to the delegates to en-
able Masada chapti rs thn
out the region to participat*
fully in a wi 1! planned and o
ordinated political action: o
i. The plan will a!s.. include
ways and means of giving gn ater
material aid to the Yishuv in j
Palestine. i
The next general meeting of|
the' local Mas ida chapter will be
held 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the ;
Miami Bach Y. Election of offi-
cers foi the coming year will be
held and a report of the conven-
tion activities will be presented.
Charles Freefield, chairman of
the constitution committee, will
present the new constitution:
which he and hi itt< e drew
up.
Due to the critical situation
which currently exists in Pales-
tine, the executive' boards e>f the
local Masada and Junior Hadas-
-ah chapters recently agreed to
conduct frequent joint board and
general meetings. All major proj-
tcts of political actions and fund
raising will be conducted jointly.
The purpose of this action is
o enable to groups to coordinate
heir activities and carry out with I
[reater efficiency the directives I
,'f the respective national offices
with regard to political actions
and fund raising. The joint meet-
ings will in no way a.feet the in-
dividuality eif either group. The
meetings will be conducted
jointly by the chairmen of the
two groups.
Beth David To Register
Hebrew School Students
Registration for the Fall term
of the Beth David Hebrew school
will take place Monday and Tues-
day mornings from 9 a.m. till
noon.
Louis Gadon, after serving
abroad in the armed forces for
several years, has resumed his
activities with ;he congregation
| and will be in charge of all classes
at the Talmud Tcrah. Prior to en-
tering the service, he was affili-
ated with Beth David for six
years.
Milton A. Friedman, vice-
president of the state federa-
tion cf B'nai B'rith lodges,
heads the Miami delegation
which will attend the Florida
lodge convention this weekend
in T*mpa.
IDC AIDS DEPORTEES
CYPRUS Charles Passman,
Joint Distribution Committee di-
rector in the Middle East, arriv-
ed here last week to visit Je wish
deporteees held on this Mediter-
ranean i.-land and arrange for re-
lief measures in their behalf.
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P. O. Box 2973_______________________Phone 2-1141
Entered a. Second Clu. Matter July 4JSo at the ivyt Office
of Miami, Fla., under the Act of March, s. i<>'
Published ETery Friday Sine* 1927
Subscription Rates: 1 Year. $3.00; Six Months. $2.00.
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FRED K. SHOCHET, Editor and Publisher
RITA GROSSMAN. News Editor
VOLUME 19 NUMBER 35
Miami, 18. Florida. Friday. August 30. l!Uu
ELLUL 3, 5706
CONTROL
The Palestine policy of every American President since
Wilson has been thwarted by middle-level" officials of the
State department, it was charged last week by Bartley C. Crum,
prominent lawyer and former member of the Anglo-American
Committee of Inquiry on Palestine. Mr. Crum based his accusa-
tions on secret State department files, which, he asserted, showed
that every American promise made on Palestine there were
counter-promises by the State department to the British Foreign
Office and to the leaders of the Arab States that nothing would
be done.
But Acting Secretary of State Dean Acheson, in a statement
resenting the frequency with which potshots are being taken at
the department and its officials, denied Mr. Crum's charges.
That in turn drew a retort from the San Francisco lawyer who
challenged the State department to make public its secret files
on Palestine and the Near East. ,
The charge is a serious one for it shows not only that a
small but powerful coterie of men have been able to frustrate the
will of every President, of Congress, of the major American
political parties and of the overwhelming majority of the Ameri-
can people, but it discloses a type of cynicism which tends to
undermine confidence in government generally.
While it is inconceivable that a man of Crum's prominence
would make such a statement unless he was sure that he had
proof backing up his allegation, it is equally inconceivable that
such a top official as Dean Acheson would deny the existence
of the secret files unless he was sure there were none. The
issue thus has been joined. But it has not been settled. If the
secret files mentioned by Mr. Crum do not substantiate his
charges, there is only one way to prove it by making them
public. However, Mr. Acheson has given no indication that
he was prepared to make the files public, which leaves him
open to the charge that if the files were released they would
tend to substantiate Mr. Crum's claims.
But the issue is a too serious one to let the matter rest here.
It involves the most important branch of our government and the
honor and dignity of several million Jews, all American citizens.
In our estimation the key to the solution of this painful problem
was suggested by Senator Gufiey of Pennsylvania when he said
that if he received evidence substantiating Crum's charges he
would demand a congressional investigation. The question is
not one of Palestine alone, nor one affecting Jews alone. If
there are transgressors in the inner sanctum of the State depart-
ment they should be exposed and removed. The most effective
way to uncover them is through the searchlight of a public
investigation.

PALESTINE PARLEY
SET FOR SEPT 9th
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
major conditions which the Arabs
attach to their participation. Oth-
er major conditions included:
1. The Palestine Mandate and
the Balfour Declaration should
not serve as bases for the Lon-
don talks.
2. Jewish representatives
should not be sealed at the
parley during Arab-British
discussions.
The invitatir.i to ti.e Jewish
Agency was extended about two
weeks ago. Within 24 hours. Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, president of
the Agency, sent a letter to Co-
lonial Secretary George Hall stat-
ing that the Agency was unable
to participate in round-table ne-
gotiations on the basis of the
"federalization" plan outlined by
government spokesman Herbert
Morrison in Parliament.
In his letter, Dr. Weizmann al-
so advanced1 the following de-
mands as prerequisites to the
Jewish Agency's participation in
the round-table discussions:
1. The Jewish Agency should
have full freedom to detignaie
its own delegates, including,
those who are at present under
detention, or those who may
Dr. Siliver Is Silent On
Resignation Rumor
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman
of the American Zionist Emerg-
ency council, this week told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he had no comment to
make on a report from Paris
that he has resigned from the
Jewish Agency executive.
"All statements will have to
come from the Jewish Agency
executive in Paris." he said.
The report attributed Dr. Sil-
ver's resignation to sharp dis-
agreement with other members
of the Jewish Agency execu-
tive, particularly Dr. Nahum
Goldman, over the line the
executive should follow on
Britain's Palestine proposals.
TEL AVIG EXPECTS
SECOND SIEGE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
|ine8 of Palestine and Transjor-
dan crosed with a rifle and
bayonet. ,
Mayor Israel Rokach sent an
I appeal during the week-
end to the Palestine High Com-
missioner urging the Immediate
release of Tel Aviv Jews who
were seized during the four-day
siegi of the city and arc still held
at the detntion camp at Rafa.
Apparently impressed by the
mayor's plea, the High Commis-
sii ner has ordered the authorities
at Rafa to speed up the release
of those persons against whom no
incriminating evideno has been
found. The older specifies that
th, .'.oik of screening the de-
tainees and releasing those who
an not suspected of terrorism
Id be conducted "even on
Sundays."
Search Fruitless
An intensive search conducted
ilitarj and police units in an
find the 25 Jews who
, .,; ed last Thursday night from
tl Athlit camp lias been unsuc-
ful .-.i far. Considerable mili-
tary traffic was observed on all
I, ading to Tel Aviv where
the escapees an believed to bo.
["he flight i I Jews from the
.amp was not discovered by the
rities until the following
day.
Th. escaped Jews are a part of
700 Jewish immigrants held
i Atl lil di U ntion camp as
'illeg il" immigrants. They fled
imp by diguing a small tun-
Mel under the barbed wire sur-
rounding the camp premises.
Thi parents of the 18 Jewish
youths who were recently sen-
tenced to death by a military
court in Jerusalem for participat-
ing in an attack on the Haifa
railway yards have submitted a
plea to General Sir Evelyn Bar-
ki r, British commander in Pales-
tine, asking for commutation of
tl i entenci. The youths are be-
ing h( Id in Acre prison.
Veterans Protest
Hundreds of Jewish veterans
march d through the streets of
Tel Aviv this wiek in a demon-
stration demanding a "free Jew-
ish Pale-tine." The marchers,
who Wi re dressed in the uniforms
iif all braneh.es of the British
ed forces, carried colorful pla-
i ards and transparencies.
The parade climaxed a day-
long conference here to protest
-h policy and demand the
ission of the surviving Jews i
of Europe. A resolution adopted,
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
Haganah radio "Voice of Is-
rael." announced this week thai
the Jewish underground is mo-
bilizing all its forces to break
the British blockade against
Jewish immigration into Pales-
tine The broadcast appealed
to the "democratic peoples" of
the world for assistance in com-
batting the deportation of refu-
gees.
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
B'NAI B'RITH
By PAUL WEITZMAN
No. 1591, announces that the next regular meetino rfj M
will be held on Tuesday evening at 8:15 p.m inLJ^I

Walter C. Kovner, acting president of Miami R
M meetini
-- ...o p.m. in t
of the National Hotel. 1677 Collins ave This meetir
featured by convention reports and important new 1
Discussion will include the creation of the Metropolis T1
B'rith council. Refreshments will be served after the
Lest there be confusion, let
we give you "B'nai B'rith Briefs"
and Charlie Jacobson gives you
"Sholem Lodge Shorts," these are
not new style "scanties."

The best laid plans the
Swim-Dance which was to be held
at the Sea Gull cabana Tuesday
was rained out. Walter Kovner,
program chairman, and Arthur
Kahn, swim-dance chairman, be-
wail the prodigious amount of
preparation that went into this
affair, but there is no compromise
with Pluviusso this affair was
called off.

Jack A. Abbott, membership
chairman, who expected to aug-
ment his total of new members at
the Swim-Dance, also feels cheat-
ed, but his report that 289 mem-
bers have been enrolled in the
Miami Beach lodge during the
membership drive gives concrete
evidence that Jack and the mem-
bers of his committee did work.
They have earned the approba-
tion of their fellows.

If Miami Biach and environs
appears deserted during the
week-end. the convention at
Tampa of Florida State Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges will
be the cause, for the convention
will draw away Walter C. Kov-
ner, Dave Emmer, J. Harry Day.
Jack Abbott, Daniel Broad, Isi-
dore Tannen, Siegfried Geismar,
Bernard S. Feiner, Harold Turk,
George J. Talianoff, Arthur Frish-
man. Jack August, Jack Burris,
George J. Bertman, David R.
Isen. Dr. Joseph B. Pomerance
and Dr. Irving Alberts., George
J. Bcrtman will fly to Tampa
from Wisconsin, and Jack Burris
will come to the convention from
Atlanta.

The birds are flying south for
the winter, and from this early
start, maybe a hard winter is in
the offing. Mrs. Arthur Frish-
man, due in Friday, will go to
Tampa with her husband: Mrs.
Paul Weitzman, our own better-
half, came in last Sunday; Mrs.
George Talianoff will meet her
husband at Tampa. How are
some of the boys going to keep
their minds on the convention?
Mrs. Harry Gerson coming from
possibly be detained.
2. The Jewish Agency execu-
tive shall, in consultation with
the British government, invite
all members of the Jewish dele-
gation to the round-table talks,
it being understood that the
Agency will include represen-
tatives of other important Jew-
ish organisations.
appealed to all veto rans through-
out thi world to help end the
"oppression f the Jewish peo-
and to protest the barring
f Pali tine to refugee Jews.
Speakers declared that if the
mi nt continues its present
oolicy, the veterans will be the
first to "counter-attack." The
' ng 1 ailed a cable from the
War Veterans of the
United States, which expressed
Ity with the Palestine Jew-
ish community.
The British transport Empire
Heywood, which has been under
e sir.ee last week when
plosion in its hold blew a
hole in the vessel's side, hur-
riedly sailed from Haifa this
week with 750 Jewish deportees
after an anonymous telephone
call warned the port manager that
I the ship would be blown up.
I Meanwhile, the Empire Rival,
thi rleywood's sister ship on the
[Cyprus shuttle run, is reported
to be settling by the stern, but
naval experts say that it is not
I expected that the ship will sink.
Zionists Stage Exodus
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
month period. This would
mean that 90.000 Jews could
emigrate.
While no Jewish group is con-
ducting organized emigration of
adults from here, institutions car-
ing for Jewish children organiz-
ing units of Jewish orphans and
are sending them, under special
supervision, to various frontiers
from where they cross into neigh-
boring countries, for a temporary
stay.
In Lodz, the largest Jewish cen-
ter in Poland, groups of Jews can
be si en passing through the
streets with knapsacks on their
shoulders, all walking in the di-
rection of the Polish frontiers.
Many Jews are giving up their
jobs and leaving all their pos-
rions and dwellings behind
the m, in order to reach the fron-
tier in the shortest possible time.
us hasten to explain that J
Baltimore with three child-k
open their Alton rd. hen*
David Catsman et ux anno
the advent 0f baby Ellen-
Jackson Memorial.. jJ.
lations! And some ml
husbands, Al Green, Miltm
Friedman and Harold Turk, i
have to wait before they:
their a meats.
"
Leo ai d N ila Eisenttdti
baek aft< : an itinerary
sounds like a Cook's tour:
cago, Long Heath. Fresno, L
wood, Los Angeles, Denver i
St. Paul. WI en wegoawaj.i
Itinerary is something like t
New Yoi k, H ken, Weehai.
Jersey City and Newark, and,"
yes. Id ton David R.
pn l l led his family freir, W|
ingti n. D C, and will meetki
partner, Gi rge Bertir.au
Tampa Rabbi ai '' .-.:
pelbaum an back in tow. i
Rabbi Kronish is staying atl
Ocean Spraj until his
ready t" reci ive his family,!
up north Leo Rubin-en, bi
md bat il at the Rial
...!!:' i lordon leaving I
Blowing Rock ... In town
\elolph Kati -. president cf l
/ana B: :.. B'rith, stepping atl
Versail i an interesting genn
nanconferring with ADL !
rector 1 iff, whose juris
tion taki 5 in Havana ..1
Morris Sk ip, in from Orlar.4
tie kn- foi P yllis SchulmanJ
Pallot
At last Tuesday's B.aehBs
B'rith luncheon, Rabbi Saul.
pelbaum and Leonard FrieT
pn minent C ncim '
past president of District Si
Wel'l gu '
*
May -:n. rant, wo
[columnist, di pending uPr-fJ
criminating use of the ed*
blue p riticize th,e,ed!l
policy aper? Wev
pulled pum lies, and"alwj
ed them as we saw them -
I us, last w ek's edil
I Metropolitan B'nai BrftB
Oil, wa.- unkind, to say theW
without going ...to them
I to its wi
JSSB PREPARES BUDGB
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE j
will 1. dfD,iia
six months without spe*j
tion by the case committee
the bo jj
Cases involving pera2
need long time (j^jf
ancev nsideredu*^
Th, -l,lbeCS
with Mrs Catherine^
char.tr s director. The JL
welfan department, "
Jess V ., ...
Th. I ^S!l
to the Ml Sinai hespj*"
asking for *$*ffi!l
cuss the WS;ill
w^
DIRECTOR NAMED
New associate national direc-
tor of B'nai B'rith's Wider Scope
program is Harry A. Dobkin of
Pittsburgh, former field represen-
tative for the National Refugee
service, community relations di-
vision.
H0UDAYSNEW
The ~*glt
will be "she'eLlw
Hashona which Mg^
day evening, w J6 4
tends through SP,^
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AUGUST
30, 1946
*Je*l$tncrkttari
Parad<
n
,irs Dave Catsman are
KOf a daughter, Ellen,
r24 at Jacks.;n Memo-
, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
McW 23 St.. announce
fof a 'daughter. Mrs.
\ oard member of the
fciami Jewish Cunsump-
,f society.
, daughter of Mr. and
1 George Lipsich,
u 17th st., was born
' Robin Ann, daugh-
L'and Mrs. Harold
Jal 2780 S. W. 29th
T 13 Steven
J,n of Mr. and Mrs.
Urence Opper, 510
I Aug. 7 Judith
[daughter of Mr. and
Ijamin Burton Clein,
I First St., Aug. 7 .
(Franklin, son of Mr.
, Herbert Harvey Lip-
613th st., Aug. 9 .
Martin, son of Mr. and
iMilberg, 2206 N. W.
lug. 11... Diana Lynn,
[of Mr. and Mrs. Mey-
md, 4040 Hardee rd.,
hies, Aug. 9 .
avid, son of Mr. and
Winstein, 35 S. W.
'July 30 .
[Scott, son of Dr. and
I Selevan, 2865 Fair-
I, July 31 Lois
[daughter of Mr. and
or Harry Feldman, 437
A, July 27 Paula
Cjhter of Mr. and Mrs.
nd Horowitz, 1 N. E.
q. 1 .
jen, son of Mr. and
'Auerbach, 321 Col-
, was born Aug. 3 .
[falter, jr., sen of Mr.
Edwin Walter La
6S.W.22ndst., Aug.
'h Elyse, daughter of
-js. Harold Paul Aus-
p Rivo Alto dr., Aug.
S. M. Machtei offici-
e recent Brisim of the
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Dr. and Mrs. Roy F.
and Mrs Maurice
and Mrs. Kenneth
and Mrs. Philip
and Mrs. Eugene
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PAGE FIVE
. The lair Enrico Cardi. Ambassador
of San Marino to the Frenrh Republic,
donor of annual $1,000 Morderai Ben
David Award to an American Jew "fur
patriotism and noteworthy achieve-
ment,** for which purpone he con-
tributed $50,000. Winner of this year's
award "for indefatigable and self-sac-
rificing devotion to duty and note-
worthy achievements,"* is Dr. Joseph
J. Schwartz, distinguished alumnus of
Yeshiva University, who is chairman of
the European Executive Council of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee.
Ohifu.irjos
KIRSCH
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H i' !Vi """ '" -'ay
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Mlnmi ".S V" u
Miami Bench .l> ui-h i v,
i.-.', V'"" ,,! \i.. i.,
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and he oraanlzeel nil
shi 'l;;'""'"' ''"'' neml.er-
iml.Hr concorl In thl
. ROSS
Jni i h A R, B4 "- a ;.
Wvd QnlOiU died
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Carton i, S C li. ,
and op. rated n trucking hu
Burvlvlnn, I.e. d. the son. n i
ludlns Mi Arthur Fln-
< Miami. ... ,M
V In the flordon chapel, with
Durlal in Qrnceland Memorial park.
SQUIRES PLAN SMOKER
Members of the Squires club
will hold a private stag smoker
from 8 to 12 p.m. Wednesday at
the Betsy Ross hotel.
Following a short meeting,
movies will be shown and prizes
will be awarded for games
played.
Harold Stones Entertain
Lakeland Bride-Elect
DBG Holds Hobo Party
An amateur hour will be the
feature event of the Hobo party
which will conclude the summer
activities of DBG. chapter of
B'nai B'rith Girls of Miami. All
B'nai B'rith youth groups are in-
vited to attend the affair which
will be held at the Miami Y,
Thursday, Sept. 5, at 8 p.m.
AXLROD
Wolf Axlrod, 9\ ,,f i:.;i ij \\- is,i,
ft. died .it hi- home S li ird -. follow-
ing a brief Illness. A Miami resident
for 11 years, he i ime hen from Cleve-
land, <>lii" li. i survived b\ two
w' '..... and Sam Axlrod, of Miami,
and oni dnughtpi. Mi Rorthn I
velnnd. Punei nl si \ lei n ere
held Mondn\ nl n- Oordon Pun. ral
home chapel "Uli RahM Max Shapiro
offlelnl Burial waa In \v.....Ilawn
eemetei y.
Mrs. Urban To Attend
Weddings Of Nieces
Planning to attend ti.e wed-
"l two nieces, Mrs. Eiiso Ur-
ban, 1568 Washington ave., left
tins morning tor ;. six week va-
cation in Mt. demons, New Ro-
chelle and Long Beach. N.Y.
In New York city, Mrs. Urban
will be present at the wedding
i I Miss June Davidson at the
Park Lane and that of Miss Enid
Peters, of Forest Hills, at the
Pit rre hotel.
Before returning home, she will
visit her children and grand-
children.
Active in Hadassah and the
Zionist organization, Mrs. Urban
spends much of her time at the
Vc rsailles cabana club.
Former college roommates will
be reunited in October when Miss
Beverly Blumiberg, Lakeland, be-
comes the bride of David Schnei-
der of New York city at the Wal-
dorf Astoria hotel, New York.
Miss Blumberg was entertained
last weekend by Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Stone, Miami Beach. In
October when Mr. and Mrs. Stone
go to New York, for the wed-
ding, they will be houseguests of
former Miamians, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Siskin in Long Island.
Miss Blumberg, Mrs. Stone and
Mrs. Siskin roomed together at
the University of Miami.
Rabbi Zwitman to Speak
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
spiritual leader of Temple Israel,
Miami, will address the B'nai
B'rith Luncheon club today at
12:15 p.m., at the Downtown
Club, Seybold Arcade.
Rabbi Zwitman recently re-
turned from his duties as chaplain
with the armed forces overseas.
AUGUST BROS ftw
f*- is the BEST.' **
MARCUS
Dr Leopold Marcus, 72, nt 4585
Naptllu* dr., Miami Beach, died Bat-
urday'after :i long lllneaa. He .:.ni<'
to Miami in yeai a:o from New York
i-ity. II. i- survived by nia wife,
1. ol M iml B. a< h, and bis
mother, Rmolle, ..f New York ii \
Arrnncementa w. re made by River-
side Memorial chapel
HERZFELD
Merlin Herafeld, .'.s. Richards de-
partment store division manager, died
.-.I work Friday afternoon. A resident
.it 1508 Michigan ave., he had been
;iii employee of Richards for is >i;u> K
Calhilian & Stuzin
Certified Public Accountants
ANNOUNCE
THEIR NEW LOCATION
122 1 2tt I hi ron i I Mil-.
Seidler, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Forster, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Lipschutz, Mr. and Mrs. William
L- Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Lubel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geyer
and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Barr.
HEIDENHEIMER
Mrs. Jean Heldenhelmer, r.T. of M"
Alton nl.. Miami Beach, died laa<
Wedneaday niKlit. She came here
three years :'"" from New York city,
and la survived by lor husband, David
lli'l.lci.lii ini.-i'. ;inil ;. iliiilKhter, Mrs_.
Abe Bruno, Miami Beach, and two
sisters and two brothers In Cleveland.
Services were conducted In the River-
side Memorial chapel
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TieAAaricdly fyxeafmq, .

(Continued from Page 2) | r( school in New York this
Hot Springs. Ark., will be the \ fall is Mtos /^quelynn Drosd
final destination of Mr. and Her twin sjs.er.Rosalynnw^l
Mrs. Abe Eisenberg who are attend the University of Miami^
leaving for a three-weeks vaca- They e the .daughters of Max
tion. They will visit first in rosd. Miami Beach .Mr
Pittsburgh and New York and Mrs. Leon Kaye 606 Wt
Philip Neuworth will return ave .are.entertaining Mrs.
from Chicago this week / Ethel Kers.ein and her son. Ed
Back from the Windy City and ; win of Washington. DC. .
Hendersonville is Stuart New- Bobby Frehlmg. son of Dr and
, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, returned
man .
Leon Elkin, 1519 Drexel ave..
is recuperating from a paralytic
stroke he suffered last month.
Visiting him is his daughter,
Mrs. Hank Freeman, of New
York Emily Feibelman
leaves next week for a visit to
Birmingham and Atlanta. After
visiting her college roommate
in the Georgia city, she will re-
turn to Stephens college in Mis-
souri .
VACATION AT BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
are spending a week at Miami
Beach while their home is be-
ing redecorated The Misses
Phyllis and Babs Pincus, daugh-
ters cf Mr. and Mre. Max J.
Pincus, of Chicago, arrived
Tuesday to spend several
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. My-
ron Newman and Mr and Mrs [he'Rite Plaza hotelT'oTwhich
c- r"i~j~<----- in oniu i ,
4r. Binder is a co-owner .
Other recently arrived guests
this week horn Maine where he
has been attending camp
Agent Buddy Allen departed
for New York and Atlantic City
this week. He will attend the
"Miss America" beauty pag-
eant where he will be joined
by his fiance, Miss Connee
Rothenberg, of Miami Beach.
. Mr. and Mrs. Moe Brow-
arnik have departed for a New
York vacation. They will be
away for two weeks .
Enjoying the sun and surf at
the Versailles hotel cabana
club during their two-weeks va-
cation are Iris and Ruth Klig-
man, twin daughters of Mrs.
Mary Kligman of Newark, N. I.
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder,
and daughter, Mimi, have re-
turned to Miami Beach from
New York and are stopping at
NEW YORK CEREMONY
UNITES MANNHEIMERS
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Angell of
Berlin, N.H announce the mar-
ri ,,v 0f their daughter, Sybil
Gloria, to Milton R. Mannheimer,
1054 Pennsylvania ave. The wed-
ding took place July 14 in New
York city.
Mrs Mannheimer is a graduate
of the University of Now Hamp-
e and was head of the his-
tory department at Penacook
High school at Conci rd, N.H., for
several years.
Recently discharged from the
armed forces, Mr. Mannheimer is
a graduate of the University of
Miami and Havard Law school.
He has done extensive graduate
work in the field of education at
e University of Pennsylvania.
i ev ral years he has been di-
n eti : "i tl i Mannheimer school.
He is a member of the Detroit
and Michigan Bar associations.
GLICKMAN-SUSSMAN
Miss Fiances Glickman, 720
Meridian ave., Miami Beach,
daughter of Mrs. Jacob H. Glick-
man and the late Dr. Glickman,
Portsmouth, Ohio, became the
bride of Sidney A. Sussman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Sussman,
568 N.W. 22 ave., Miami, yester-
day.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman con-
ducted the ceremony at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meiden-
berg, 700 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach.
SURPRISE PARTY ON
40th ANNIVERSARY
home to Miami Beach before
school opens. Miss Weiss is
assistant princpal of Central
Beach Elementary. Before re- |
turning they will stop in the
Carolinas again .
On the occasion of their 40th
wedding anniversary, Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Cupinsky. 2830 S.
W 22 st., were honored at a sur-
prise party Saturday night at the
home of their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Sager, 2026 S.W. 14 ter.
Natives of New Haven, Conn.,
Mr. and Mrs. Cupinsky have liv-
ed in Miami for the past year and
one-half.
AUGUST,
MISS
49W'Sl-,,Mia '
*- Miami Beach k V
n,an rit4:30Pm^7tl
thMr ,Ed,th -S.
Ihp bride, win ^ '
w.ll serve as ben ^
The bride-elect attem
York university befo^
Miami. Mr. Hutner I]
overseas, is now a u,.
at the University of Mi*
Aer a brief honenL
couplr-will reside in mJ
eral parties have bewT
upon their return.
Seymour Gladstone. 334 20th
st. .
Mrs. Pearl Raidman returnee
last week from a six-week va
cation in New York, Philadel
phia and Norfolk Mr. anc
Mrs. Burnett Roth left for Chi
cago last Friday Mrs Mu-
riel Hirsch arrived in Paris
France, last Friday on a hotel-
buying trip ... Dr. Everett Blas-
berq, 1771 Biscayne blvd., has
returned from a three-week va-
cation in Illinois and Wiscon-
sin. In Chicago he attended
the golden wedding annivers-
ary celebration of his parents
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blasberg
Vacationing at the Wofford
hotel is Franklin I. Feld, New
York attorney. During the war
he was chief warrant officer oi
the special services division,
Miami Beach Service base, and
served as liaison to the Beach
housing corporation and hos-
pitality committee .
When Mrs. Paul Weizman re-
turned from New York Sunday,
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Samuel
Weitzman, and the latter's two
children, Martin and Barbara,
came with her for a vacation.
COLLEGE DAYS NEAR
Planning to enter Parson's
it the Ritz include Mr. and Mrs.
rvinq Jacobs, Macon, Ga.; Mr.
ind Mrs. William Rosner,
"leveland, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
)r. and Mrs. Paul Gelb, Brook-
yn; Miss Shirley Solomon,
Newark. N. J., and Mrs. Ben
\dler, Bronx. NY....
Perry R. Sherman left last
-""riday for Baltimore to visit his
'amily there for two weeks .
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss are
stopping at the Waldorf Astoria
lotel in New York after a short
tay in North Carolina. Mr.
Weiss' sister. Miss Malvina
Weiss, will accompany thfm
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30, 1946
AUGUST
rJSSSSS
, -vTto Youth" will
Pr Lf ,f an addres. by
| theme oi
In Smol
,i U* ,Fllth
of the ^ "'''
lunday evening,
^Fa^ I".-ecutive
of the Miami Beach
Jrict, will be cha"7nan
I n Which 1,aS beCn
. ,,,0,-ate Labor
the life of
i"Jknisih fhrkMaf)
PAGE SEVEN
f'F10.rndafSS
of Youth
Sept. 8,
w commemorate
recording "' l',e .
rompers, founder of the
Kderation of Labor,
t nieture depicting
organizations sponsoring
,.,. Anti-Defama-
B'rith Youth
of Jewish
c Miami Beach Y's
Zionist Youth commis-
ries are
ague, B'nai
ation, Bureau
Hor Pepper Named
oundation Board
Claude Pepper of Flor-
| among th mure than 50
gnt American leaders who
gmed to the national board
hsors of the National Arth-
[Research foundation by
[BarrymoP this week.
foundation was begun a
3 by off u < rs of the Leo
Memorial hospital, Hot
National Park, Ark.,
lea's only national and non-
an hospital devoted to the
are of arthritis.
,000 campaign is being
Icted. Main research labor-
of the foundation will be
in Hot Springs.
MANNING'S OPENS SEAFOOD BAR
FISHERS ENTERTAIN IN
HONOR OF DAUGHTER
Owen Murphy, form.' rly co-
When Miamians visit Manninfi's
new Seafood Bar, 82!) Biscayne
blvd., they'll find fish on the
menu and fish aswim in the
aquarium at the back of the bar.
Opened last night, the bar is | (lf experience in restaurat
throughout the country.
Dr. and Mis. Frederick H. Fish-
er, 5t25 LaGorce dr., entertained
with a reception Salurady at the
anelborne hotel in honor of their
daughter, Miss Marjory Fisner,
anu Her fiance, Kubbi Edwara
Zerin.
naobi Zerin is the son of Mrs.
Joseph Zerin, Wilmington, Del.,
and the late Mr. Zerin. ihe Rabbi
and his mother arc now in Miami
ttcach.
On Sept. 1 Rabbi Zerin will as-
sume duties as assistant rabbi
at tne United Hebrew Tempie,
I owner of the Stork club, is man-' St. Louis, Mo. He and Miss r ish-
i ager of the bar. Pearl Heath, er pian to be married in Miami
! chief hostess, became associated ; Leach in December.
I with Manning's afti r many years '
LEGAL NOTICES
IN CuL'.NTl- JUDGES CuliH't
.'..,'.. eui.n, Florida
.NO. ll&42
RE: Estate oi iie-nMAN II. DED-
.tulitk Of INIENTION TO MAKE
AfCUlCATIOlN i-Orl FINAL.
ObLHAROb
NOTICUC is nereby given that I have
.lieu my uiuti report unu peiuion for
r mal Discharge a.-. Administratrix oi
inn estate oi her.ua.\ n. del>j_/_iFF,
UttCuaaea; and that on lue tilth day ol
September, 19 it,, will apply to Hie
rlouOl'able W. F, Blanion, County
juuge oi Dade County, Florida, lor
approval ol bald final report and lor
iinal discnargc as Administratrix ol'
ilte estate oi Herman li. Dcdioif. de-
ceased.
jmio 19th day ot August. l'J46.
cedl,ida ai. dedloff
..l.\x It. SILVER,
Attorney for Administratrix.
1/33-30 9/0-13-20
the only one of its type between
New York and New Orleans.
Manhattan and New England sea- !
food specialties as well as choice ROSSMAN-MARSHALL
[.whiskies, wines and liqueurs are
featured.
Cut from the newest Henry
Mrs. Clara Singer, Pittsburgh,
announces the marriage of her
LEGAL NOTICES
i Alumni To Meet
mi alumni of Alpha Epsilon
llemiiy will hold an impor-
nMting at 8 p.m. tonight ai
TWofford hotel. President
Glllman announces. Plans
made for a smoker to be
| Sept. 5.
LEGAL NOTICES
Marshall Aug. 18 at the Cadillac
hotel, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Colman Zwitman offi-
ciated at the ceremony which
was followed by a reception at
the hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall are mak-
ing their home at 1542 Drexel
ave.
LEGAL NOTICES
Gillette pattern, the room has an | sister, Lillian Rossman, to Henry
intimate setting. Photomontages
depicting local sports cover the
east, south and west wall, with
the rare fish aquarium occupy-
ing the north side. An Adelex
seascape animated sail boats
riding at anchor on Biscayne bay
surrounds the aquarium.
Another novelty is the hand-
tooled bartop which represents
the deck of a ship. The nautical
motif is carried out in the up-
holstering and other decorations
and an outdoor patio adjoins the
bar.
Gillette, the designer, is in
charge of the room, Frank Harney,
Manning's managing director, an-
nounces. Gillette is well known
for his work in designing the Bar
of Music, the Famous Door and
many homes in Greater Miami
and night clubs in New York
city.
LEGAL NOTICES
ICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
ter 10722. Acts of 1941
File A-101S9
tCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
rkins. holdi r of County Tax
WM N 1 and 1038, Issued
day of June, A 1>. 1944. has
same hi mj office, and has
application for a tax deed to be
thtri'in Said Certificates; em-
the following described prop-
the Count) of Dade. Stale of
to wit:
17, Block 129, Miami Shores
a Bob., Plat Book 10. Page 39,
County of Dade, Slate of Flor-
I embraced li -Certificate No.
The assessment of said prop-
nder Ih.- old Certificate Issued
the name ol B. W, Wlstney.
. Block 2, Hibiscus I'lace, a
mi, Plat Hook 3, Tage 110. In
unty ol Dade, Stan- of Florida.
' ; In ''. tlflcate No. 4038.
lessmeiit of said property under
n Certificate i..,.(i Wils in the
of Rae Bon tx rg.
M said Certificates shall be re-
J jcordiiii; ti law, the property
Imo thir.ln will he sold to the
l bidder it ihe Court House
[in the f|ri Monday In the month
*r, A.D. : 146, which is the
T of October, A.D. !!*.
d lhi 21m da\ of August. 1916.
K B I.K.Vi HERMAN,
Clerk rircull Court.
By N C BTERRBTT, D.C.
Jl Court Seal)
* 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name c,f
SLIMS SERVICE BTATION. at 175
N W 11th St.. Intends to register
said name ith the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN.
Sole Owner.
R/30 9/6-13-20-27
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name el
I. & it LUNCHEONETTE, at 134 N.
B. 2nd Ave., Miami, l-'l.... intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
thi Circuit ''"uit of Dade t'ounty.
Florida.
RAYMOND RUFF
I.II.I.I.\N BRESSLER
HARRY D1KTZ,
Attorney for Applicants.
\ 3tj ;i 6-13-20-27
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, uesirlng to engage In
business uuuer the lictmoua name oi
i..h' ., FAliKICa COMPANY ur Ml-
AMI, at U .\. W. gOtta St., .Miami.
i*'ia., Intends to register said name,
with the Ulerk of the Circuit Court oi
i'.uic Count}. Florida.
Wli.i.lAM ouLDUERU.
Sole Owner.
5/23-30 D/ti-13-20
Ntri'lCK is IlKltUliY tilVEN that
tlie undersigned, desiring tu engage in
i less uuuei the lictitious name Oi
R( lUERd I.Vll'OltTEItB, at JJ N. Miami
Avenue, Miami, Fia., Uitend io reg-
Islei saiu name- with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Ol Dade County, Florida.
HERMAN HI BIN
I Ai. s. RUBIN
.MAX R. SILVER,
Attorne) for Petitioners.
S/16-23-3U U/ii-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name oi
DANNY'S, at 371-70 N. W. ath St.,
Miami, Fla., Intends .' register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Conn of Dade County. Florida.
DANIEL KAI.1.1N.
Bole Owner.
v 16-23-80 9/6-13
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
HARRY'S 8ANDWICH SHOP, at .-
N. W. r,th Street, Miami, Ha., in'eiei
to register said name with the < I'-rK
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. i)Avn) K|.:MKLHAn
BAM E. COHEN
FRANK E. SOLOMON.
Attorney for Applicants.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE Is berebj given that Henrj
F. stainei, holdei us assignee of City
oi .Miami Tax Certificate Muinberea
1634, dated the bth day of June. A.D.
1944, has lileu said Certificate in mj
ofilce, and has made application loi
tax deed to issue thereon In accord-
ance with law, Sani Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
rii. situated in Wade County, Florida,
lO-W it:
Lot 12 liloe.k s. West End Turk
Amended, Plat Rook ti, page 11-. In
the Cltj Miami, County <>f Dade,
state of Florida.
Hi,- assessment of said propertj
nuclei the Certificate Issued was In tiv
name of Unknown. Unless said Cer-
tificate shall be redeemed according
to law, tax deeil will issue thereon on
the 18th day : September, A.D. I9iti.
Dated this llith day of August. A.D
1946.
(Circuit Court Seal I
1-;. 11. l.KATHF.lt.MAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida,
liy N. C. STERRETT, D.O.
8/16-23-80 9 t-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uuuersigucd, desiring to engage in
justness under the fictilous name of
.v-/i SUPER SECRETARIAL SER-
> 1UE. at zz'i E. Flugler Street. Miami,
e liMiua, intend to register said name
Mrlth the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
.'aile county. Florida.
FRANCES EWIBACK
ULGA AliKR.MAN
iVALTER C. KOVNER
Attorney for Applicants
i/23-80 9/6-18-20
N THE COUNTY JL'lXiE'S COURT
IN AND FUR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 1,367
In Re: Estate ot HARRY CLOTT,
Deceased.
njflCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demanus Against
said Estate:
lou, and each of you, are hereby
notiiied and required to p.'esent any
claims and demands whijh you, or
either of you, may have against the
.Mate of HARRY CLOTT, deceased,
late of Miami Reach. Dade County,
Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON,
County Judge of Dade County, and
.lie tnf same In his office in the
County Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
thereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and i" be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or same will be haired.
Se. Section 12u of the 1933 l'rubutu
Act.
LENA CI.OTT.
As Administratrix of the Estate
of HARRY CLOTT, Deceased. -
First publication on August 10th,
1946.
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Administratrix.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. rsigned, desiring to engage ill
business under the fictitious name of
PICCIOLO'S ITALIAN -AMERICAN
RESTAURANT, at 186 Collins Avenue,
.Miami Beach, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, t lorlda.
GUY L. ACCiil.I-A
.MYERS. HE1MAN A. KAPLAN.
Attorneys for Applicant.
8, 2-11-111-23-30
NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the ftc-1 ilpus si a. rn- I
BU8TIN IMPORTING COMPANY (nol
Re.) at I< N- B. joth St.. Miami.
Fla. intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida .
FRANCES BROWN.
Sole Owner.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Petitioner.
V16-23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned is engaged in busi-
ness under the fictitious name Ot
CENTRAL SUNDRIES, at Ml West
1-iaglei Street, Miami, Florida, and
intends to register the said fictitious
.,., in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude County, rlorlda.
JjfCOB WALLACE,
Sole owner.
OEORGE CHERTKOF,
Attorney for Applicant.
8/9-16-23-30 9/2
Clerk
County,
PUBLICATION
|B CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HJIIHCIA'. riCCl-lT IN AND
ORDER op '
A BUCK.
Plaintiff,
Y R BLACK,
n>.-_ Defendant.
E0PBLAcS,DA!
' i ne i:
wit Delaware.
fied anil ordered
I complaint for
1 fWM mi ni
r, 194
Bill of Complaint
confessed against
'o'Vlr,l': '" ''"''Ushed once a
J-*lh ',,;'","'-""ve weeks In
"*H In t T'";'n' a newspaper
'ATKl, :"V ,''""y. Florida
Ittl "" th day of August.
K 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE
11TI1 JUDICIAL CIRl LIT IN AN"
TOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN QHANCERY.
No. H'2497
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SAMUEL C KAHN,
Plaintiff.
PHYLLIS EVERETT KAHN.
Defendant.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TOAI*K, K^Vh Street
to appear to the Bill of Complaint for
Divorce filed against vou n the ..
styled cause on <>r before the 'l'> "'>
of September. 1916: otherwise the ami
gallons of said Bill of Cmnphunt l"
be taken as confessed against you.
lit this Order be published once a
week for four eonse.utlve weeks In
Tin. Jewish PlorldUtn, a newspapei
published In Dade County,
Dated: This 6th day
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HERMITAGE HOTEL, at -l-'J N. E.
Fltst Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intend
., register said name with the
,,f the Circuit Court of Dade
Kl0rUIU-BESSIE ADI.ERBLUM
JACK H. KANE
SADIE A, KANE
ISRAEL SLOTSKJ
\NN A. SLOTSKY
HAilllY M. BLLI8
RUTH A. ELLIS ^^
MYERS HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys for Lessees,
s,3-9-16-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage in
U.Mle, the lictitloUS BjUJ.Ol
STEAK ft CHOP '"';:
Washington Avenue Mia
Ha intends to reglstei Bale
the Cl.rk of the circuit
the
business
PAUL'S
at UK
Beach,
name With
Florida.
you in the above-
before the 7th day
I'therwlse the nl-
Florlda,
of August.
1946.
E.
Clerk.
B LEATIIERMAN. .
Cl.rk of Circuit Court.
By R. 11. RICE. JR..
Deputy '
SAM SILVER. ,
Solicitor for Plaint Iff.
1108 Congress Building.
Miami. Florida.
R/9-16-23-30
Bv
. '.'"Vnn'HMAN.
r* of the Circuit Court.
M \\ STOCKING.
jmiS"-vER Deputy Clerk.
Z"^ pi^T.",,1-
NOTICE IS HEREBY CHVBN that
the undersigned. WM to er*ag;
business under the fietlOUe n.ync
YOt'lt VALET, at 1390 B. \% >'" Jw
Miami, V.,1da; intend to register l.
name with the Clerk of the t ircuit
Court of Diide County, Florida.
HEHMAN K AI-Eft
ELEANOR KA1.I.R
SAM SILVER,
Attorney for Applicants.
11 OR Congress Bldg.
8/16-23-30 9/6-13
Court of, Bjde County
1 Al" Sole Owner.
DIANA COOPERSMITH.
attorney for Applicant
6/2-9-16-33-30
B"HEREBY GIVEN that
,h. ni. ersil ied, desiring to engage in
la., intend to reg-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nann ol
EDITH ROYCE, at 110 Andalusia Ave-
nue, Coral Gables. Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of 1'ade County,
Florida.
EDITH I. MAY.
Sole owner.
MYERS, HEIMAN K KAPLAN,
Attorneys for Applicant.
B/16-23-30 9,6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
b isiness under the fictitious name of
SHIRLEY GIFT SHOPPE at 1425-A
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach. Fla.,
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
WILLIAM A. ROENBERG
PAULINE ROSENBERG
Isaac JOFFE,
Attorney for Applicants.
S-9-10-23-30 9/6
TO WHOM IT -MAY CONCERN:
This Is to advise that the partnership
..f The.Mime II. Robinson and Homei
L. Hough doing business under the
name of Acme Exterminating Co. (not
Inc.) Is dissolved and that the said
business will continue to be operated
under said fictitious name as afore-
said. Individually by the undersigned.
THEODORE II. ROBINSON.
Dated: Miami, Florida. August 9th,
1946.
ISAAC JOFFE,
Attorney for Owner,
nun Biscayne Building,
Miami, Florida.
'9-16-23-80 9/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage in
Business under the fictitious name of
ELBY MILLS, at 1211 Alton Road,
Miami Beach, intends to register said
lame with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
RUTH BLATT
HARRY ZUKERNICK,
Attorney for Applicant.
i, 16-23-30 9/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ACME EXTERMINATING Oo. (not
inc.), at :i"';7 Mary Street, Coconut
Ui-ove, Miami, intends to register said
.mine with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
THEODORE H. ROBINSON.
SAAC JOFFE.
Attorney for Applicant.
lulu Biscayne Building.
Miami. Florida.
J/9-16-23-80 9.6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MARTIN-STEPHEN APARTMENTS.
it 626 15th Street. Miami Beach, in-
tend to register saiil name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JOSEPH II. GOLDBERG
KATE GOLDBERG
BARRY ZUKERNICK,
Attorney for Applicants,
IL'o Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach.
1/9-16-23-30 9/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tu engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
KRISTY MANUFACTURING CO. (not
inc.). intend to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Florida.
HERBERT M. KRISTALL
IRVING KELTON
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Applicants.
v/3-9-16-23-30
Clerk of the
unty, Florida.
NORMAN ROI llsl BIN
DAVID M. BRYAN
1 New Owners
8/2-9-16-23-30
MORRIS ORLIN
VON ZAMFT & SIMON.
Attorneys for Applicants.
8/2-9-16-23-SO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage 111
business under the fictitious name 01
COMMUNITY CLEANERS, at 1420 S.
W Mh Street. Miami, Fla., intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
P,0ridft- BENJAMIN BECK
WALLY STEINBERG
MAN R. SILVER.
Attorney for Petitioners.
8/16-28-30 9/6-13 ____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WEST BAY CO.. at 1326 lath Street,
Miami Beach, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
i 'n cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT L. TI.'RCHIN
AUK ROBINSON
THEODORE B. HANKOFF
BETSY BARNETT
WALTER C. KOVNER,
Attorney for Applicants.
605 Lincoln ltd..
Miami Beach. Fla.
8/16-23-30 9/9-13
IN COUNTY JUDGES COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 168'*
Re: Estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my final report and petition
for Final Discharge as Administrator
of the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased; and that on the ",th September, 1946. I will apply to the
Honorable W. F. BLANTON. Ouunty
Fudge of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said final report and for
final discharge as Administrator of
the estate of WILLIE E. PAYNE,
deceased.
This 6th day of August. 1946.
ARTHUR L PAYNE.
Administrator.
MAX R. SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
S/9-16-23-30
Notice IS hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMBASSADOR VALET SERVICE, at
60." Odlins Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida, intend to register Bald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
TED KRUOER
JACK MANHOFF
V9-I6-23-30
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL GLASS AND MIRROR
'OMPANY, at 7921 N. W. Seventh
Avenue, Miami, Florida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS MARGER
OTTO FELDMAN
IRVING MOSKOWITZ
NATHANIEL J. KLEIN.
Attorney for Applicant.
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Between You and Me''
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1946, Jewish Telcgnphic Agency, Inc.
Dutch War Orphan Flies To
Uncle Here with USNf. Aid
ZIONIST TRENDS:
A special committee appointed
by the executive of the Jewish
Agency after the conclusion of
its sessions in Paris will soon ar-
rive in the United States. Its
mission is to reconcile differ-
ences which have developed be-
tween the Jewish Agency and
the American Zionist Emergency
council and which culminated in
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver's resigna-
tion from the Agency .
Dr. Silver's resignation was
chiefly due to the fact thai Dr.
Nahum Golaman, acting as the
representative of the Jcwis\
Agency, by-passed him during
movement i"
Pal-
underground
estine.
The Ihud Association o( Pal<
tine, oi v.: id Dr. J. L. Mam is
the leader, has opened an office
in New York. It is appealing
: r funds In Americ? in i rdei I
promote its activities in P
.It has published here a
7-page booklet "Palestine a Bi-
national State" containing the
statements submitted to the
Anglo A e an Inquiry commit-
the recent negotiations with of-
ficial circles in Washington. .
Dr. Silver, anxious not to break
internal discipline, preferred to
resign from the Jewish Agency
rather than protest openly
against his being disavowed,
which would have created con-
fusion in Washington. He
kept his resignation a secret in
order to avoid confusion also in
the ranks of the American
Zionist movement. ;
His resignation was not ac
ccpted by th< Agency, i ut h( has
insisted upon it. .
Meanwhile the news of his
resignation leaked out in Paris
wlun members of the Jewi
Agency executive talked to thi
press Revei beral
heard at thi i rthcoming con-
tee by the Ihud leaders in Jeru-
salem. .
Edwin Pauley, the California
ed tin American
. Reparation a n in G<
i submitted to Presidi nt
Trum immediate
on moving displaced Jews
from Europe to Pali stine. He
recommends I I thi disi
Ji ws should I e movi d fron Gi r-
d Austria to Mi
raneiin ports and i ncan ped there
until plans are i ;'
ission to Palestine. .
He als( suggests that G<
resources, i specially timbt e
sent fri m An ci ne to help
build dwi II the Jew
mittcd into Palestine. At th<
, bi In ves t! at il
members ol the Unit d Ni
would oar: accept a cei tain quota
ol Jev s, i than 500,000 Euro-
pean Jew- could b< removed from
Europe within one year.
THE ENEMY'S CAMP:
Jewish organizatii ns i nj
in combatting anti-Semitism in
country would M.tlka rlrrger WSI only three monlli-
<>M when her Dutch Jewish |i.m m-
entrutted her to a Christian family and
.. ];-.:..! into a Nazi ronrenlration
ramp. Now 4, she ju-I Hew from Hol-
land to refugee unrle in New York,
Chtrlei Herala-, who will adopt her.
Malka'i immigration here waaa ranged
b) United Service for New Amrriran,
whoM work i- supported by $100,000,-
000 eampaiftn of United lewitn Appeal
for 1916. I'SNA rombinm National
Refugee Service and National Service
lo Foreign Born of National Council
of Jewish w omen.
vention of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of An i rica in Octi ber, il the I .,,k ,,.,,, th) activities of a group
Ag' ncj coi imittee wi ;,.,, operates under thi i
does nol pate.-, up things "International Science Commit-
11 1S '' ting to i i. that tee" ... This group is now flood-
President Truman, a day prior to ingth( country, through th, U.g.
leaving for vacation, was con-
sidering seeing Dr. Silver on the
Palestine issue. However, since
Silver does not approve of some
of the views of the Jewish Ag-
ency executive which were sub-
mitted to thi Pi sidi nt, he could
not s< i T: in an. It is < bvious
that he could not n veal t th<
t thai he differs with
ints in tl i '
this would
nt I mining tl el
A ".iv. .

THE AMERICAN SIDE:
Bartley Crum, a former
ei 1 Vnglo-Ami i ican In-
quiry Committi e on Pali -
it against the state
department, charging it wil
botaging ntial and
m d d< cisiom on Pali I i
is now writing a bi ok on I
tine And James G. McDi
i i mi ml ei of the coi
tee, is also completing a volume
on Palestine ... A thud
' t by a member of the Inquiry
committee, will soon bi pu
ed in this country dealing pi
ily with thi hen Ism of the Jewish
. u ith post cards n pi ating
the foi ery that Benjamin Frank-
lin allegedly spoke strongly
against tl e Jews at the Con I
: il Conv ntion oi 1789. .
In addition to falsely quoting
Benjamin Franklin, the post-
card claimswithout giving
the sourcethat "67 million
voters favor all persons of
Jewish birth must leave the
United States no later than
Dec. 30, 1948." .
It Ul it a national vote
be taken on this question and
concludes with highly inciting
anti-Jewish allegations. The
postcards an being mailed from
1. Angeles. They bear all the
marks of the anti-Jewish propa-
ganda conducted by the Nazis
;nst American Jews. The
New York Herald Tribune, one
| of America's leading newspapers,
will excludi advertising which is
discriminati ry as to race, creed,
r or national origin. The
i B'rith committee on uni-
ity relations will make a
ey to obtain a picture of the
\:ent to which. anti-Jewish pre-
judice is practiced in American
colleges. .
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Dr. Leonard H. Finn, Miami
Beach dentist, was awarded the
Legion of Merit, this week for
outstanding work as director of
the Army's medical service
training school, Macon, Ga. The
presentation was made at Miami
Air Depot by Col. J. H. Hough-
ton, commanding officer.
Dr. Finn directed the staff
which tested and improved ex-
isting medical equipment and de-!
vclopcd improvised materials for j
use in treating war wound) d.
He also directed construction ]
of entire areas of mock battle-1
fields to be used in thise tests '
and set up a 400-bed experiment-!
al hospital. The school trained
more than 2,000 officers and 25,-1
000 t nlisted men for field medi-
cal work and was the only one of
its kind the United States.

TWO BEACH BOYS TO
RECEIVE DEGREES
Morris Murray Schecter and
Norman Frank Solomon will be
among the 119 members of the
University of Florida graduating
class who will receive their de-
grees at the summer-session com-
tnencenu nt exercises tonight.
Schecter will be givn a bach-
elor of science degree: Solomon
will be graduattd with a bachelor
of arts degree. Both boys are resi-
dents of Miami Beach.
ATTEND JAYCEE MEET
Stanley Wasscrman and Larry
Cohn will represent Miami
Beach at the Florida Junior
Chamber of Commerce conven-
tion in Ocala Saturday and Sun-
day. Nearly 100 delegates will at-
U nd the mid-summer conference,
according to Willard Ayres, gen-
eral chairman on arrangements.
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PLAIN TALK
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FROM ALFRED SEGAL-
1946. Seven Art Feature Syndicate
SPEAK IN HEAVEN
who read my recent piece entitled "Waiting
ImTo End" (it was that Sunday when the experi-
L bomb went off at Bikini) asked: "And suppose
| fly had ended that day. Couldn't God have made
Btion remained deep in my mind. I carried it
evening. Yes. I thought, maybe that's the best
had another chance, He would certainly profit by
experience of the past. A better human race cer-
dbe cieated in a new world.
Ithou.u!' : tins, the
led the Wea ol starting
Love,. l'cur"
rXC seemed just too
L.Crk with any lunger.
table of learning even
that com* t" it by
j suffering.
Ling. Bavin! comfort-
fed of my dinner, hav-
mv pipeit was the
|lhave used on similar
iccasions-I composed
m0S| : table
i's it, I mua d, a brand
; built fn th( ashes of
[couldn't be any worse
tbea great deal better.
: bitter experience of
isands of years, God
to create a better
Itare of a a nl i>ion of
tance I uested
| this maj hi ve been
natations of my pipe
ke a volcano when it
darted. Suddenly the
ired away and I was
i a great assembly of
|hall whose immensity
length an breadth
"Where am I?"
; my elbow he look-
million years oldre-
peal! in Paradise. .
I newcomer here?" he
"his asseml ly, he ex-
* 0/ all th( people of
Wiohad diedall the
the past, including
ne very recent past
when mankind de-
by atmoci energy,
fight say it was a mass
' said.
came back to me:
Sc crash that seemed
[away from my type-
men I was working at
p. And now 1 was in
|man continued: God
I the former mhabi-
i earth to plan a good,
1 with him. "And
(we're all here for."
1 an immense tumult
appeared ,. ,t aJJ Df
" been lou : speak-
arthnow were tilling
'their sound-, as each
N, u.iijng Him how
food new world.
' some 1 f them:
1 had beer, failures
[but who. unabashed,
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continued to project the author-
ity of their voices in heaven; rab-
bis and other kinds of clergymen
of all the religions who had pro-
jected sermons once a week
through many years, like arrows
shot into thin air.
I sought some familiar rabini-
cal voices. They had the rolling
sound of organ music of which
the old ladies of their congrega-
tions used to say they couldn't
understand what the rabbis
meant but it was all beautiful
just the same.
Now they were all speaking to
God togetherthe statemen, the
clergymen and all the others who
on earth were wont to give out
their voices in loud speeches.
Each had a different idea of what
the new world should be like.
A former Italian statesman was
saying that a new world should
contain no Yugoslavs. One whom
I was quick to recognize as Bilbo
said the new world must be one
of white skins only. "You made
a mistake when you made black
ones last time."
Stalin was shouting it must bo
a new world of Communists only.
He wished to have it understood,
thoughas a matter of proced-
ural recordthat the fact that he
was addressing God should not
be regarded as any recognition
of the existence of God. He said he
refused to believe in God, eyen
though, as some might argue, he
was speaking to Him face to
face. "As to God the Soviet
Government continues to stand
on the party line," he said.
Britlania Forever
Churchill's voice was giving the
rounded periods that used to do
something to me on the radio.
. "Regardless of whatever else
You may do with a new world,
the British empire must not be
liquidated. And, as to Palestine,
the British government stands
four-square where it always has."
The clergymen said there
should be only one religion in
the new world, but each insisted
that his own religion must be the
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Organization meeting of a Jew-
ish War Veterans' post at West
Palm Beach was held Sund ly
afu rnoon at the George Washing-
ton hotel with five Miamiana as-
sisting.
Present from Miami were offi-
cers of the Florida department-
Abe Goldman, state commander;
Maurice Grossman, adjutant, Dr.
Maurice Klein, chief of staff, Sol
Jaffe, officer of the day, and
Frank Kline, state quartermasti 1.
Prank Bayer, president of the
West Palm B'nai B'rith lodge,
presided. First to sign the char-
ter was Joe Lesser, Palm Beach
communal worker.
Installation of the post will be
conducted by Florida officers at
a banquet in the near future.
MIAMI Y CONDUCTS
SPECIAL MEET
A special program for children
began Monday at the Miami Y
and will continue until Sept. 13,
according to an announcement
made by Mrs. Leon Kaplan, youth
activities chairman.
Conducted without charge, the
program is held Monday through
Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. and in-
cludes athletics, hobby hour, arts
and crafts, dramatics, photogra-
phy and dancing.
A trained staff supervises the
activities.
BETH TFILAH10
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RABBI RACKOVSKV
ATTEND LEGION MEET
Beach District Appoints
Freefield Secretary
Charles M. Freefield, 605 Eu-
clid ave., was appointed executive
secretary of the Miami Beach
Zionist district last week. Shep-
ard Broad, chairman of the board
of directors, announces.
Freefield recently returned
from the Brandeis Camp institute
at Hancock, N.Y., which he at-
tended on a scholarship granted
by the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth commission.
Formerly of Newark, N.J.,
Freefield has established tempo-
rary offices for the district at
room 207, 605 Lincoln id., for the
summer months.
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Two of 40 Dade county high
school boys attending the Flor-
ida Boys' State in Tallahassee
this week are Herb Geltner and
Larry Landy.
Selected for outstanding
achievements in school, the boys
were sent by the American Le-
gion to the state capitol for spe-
cial training in government.
Geltner's trip which ends to-
morrow was sponsored by the
Harvey Seeds post. Landy's was
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Jewish War Veterans.
POLLACK IN MARINES
Richard Pollack, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Pollack, 2508 S.W.
10 st., has been inducted into the
Marine corps at Parris Island,
S.C. Before entering the service
he was a member of AZA in Mi-
ami. He attended the University
of Florida where he was affili-
ated with Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity.
Congregation Beth Tfilah will
inaugurate its formal services on
the High Holidays in its newly
erected, air-conditioned syna-
gogue.
Sliehos services will be held at
1 a.m. Sept. 21 and Rosh Hashona
services will take place Sept. 25,
26 and 27.
Located at 935 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach, the building is mod-
ern in every respect and has the
newest features in air-condition-
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Seats for the holiday services
may be purchased at the new
synagogue or at its temporary
quarters at Euclid ave., corner of
Sixth st. Services will be held in
accordance with the traditional
orthodox observance.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
rabbi and cantor, known as "The
Yerushalmy," will officiate at the
services and will deliver the ser-
mons during the High Holidays.
Building arrangements are un-
der the leadership of Moses Salz-
berg. Nathan Ginsburgh is chair-
man of the building committee.
Plans for the building were
drawn by Norman Giller, archi-
tect. Murray Mantell is the gen-
eral contractor. Both are vet-
erans.
Officers of the congregation are
the Rev. Shaye Jacobson, presi-
dent; Samuel Widelitz, vice presi-
dent; Israel Kimmel, treasurer; J.
S. Rubin, secretary.
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OPENS IN Mill
The 40-bed Biscayne Hospital
has been opened at 6339 Biscayne
blvd. in conjunction with the
Meadow Clinic, Dr. Edward Mea-
dow and David Collins announce
this week.
Hospital quarters are located
on the second and third floors
with private, semi-private and
ward rooms. A modern stainless
steel kitchen on the second floor
adjoins the dining and recreation
room and private bath for nurses.
The Meadow Clinic which
houses facilities for specialists,
both medical and surgical, is on
the ground floor.
The building is a new CBS
structure consisting of three
floors with elevator, air condi-
tioning and heating facilities.
Convalescent patients make use
of the solarium.
Non-sectarian, the institution
is individually owned and oper-
ated. Collins is superintendent.
Beth David Sisterhood
Outlines Year's Plans
Miami's New Bis-
cayne Hospital at
6339 Biscayne blvd.
occupies the second
, and third floors of
i the building pic-
tured here. The
Meadow Clinic is
located on the first
floor.
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PLAIN TALK
With the first open meeting of
the season scheduled for Sept. 18. j
board members of the Bah David |
Sisterhood met Mi nday aftei
at the F.l Mirasol cabana cluto to
formulate plans for the year's
activities.
Mrs Jack August, past presi-
d nt, was hostess. Mrs. August'
and two other past presidents,
Mrs. Lewis Brown and Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen, were honored.
Presiding was Mrs. J
Bermann. The invocation was
ri ad I y Mrs. Max Shapiro.
Mrs. Harold Rand was named
publicity chairman.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9)
one, if the world was to be g< v-
erned by truth.
God smiled. He was pati
It was like the patience of
Iv fathers on the earth when their
kids weie noisy in the house,
fighting all over the place. 1
thought of my own similai pa-
ti, n< e when my children
young long ago. This was the pa-
tie, ,, of everybody's Fathi i
God looked up and
the n motest corners i I heav< n
wi re bright with the splend
His countenance. "Children!
Children!" he called us. He
said he had heard from all the
Ihl; people of the earth, but none
of the little people had said a
word. Wasn't there one of the
little people who would like t"
tell him how to make th new
world good?
1 trembled as I arose. I never
had been any gi od at public
speaking and now my voice
quavered and I could'have fallen
ZIONIST DISTRICT
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Weber for the Miami Beach Zion-
ist district. The following com-
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rt.iDbi Murray fir.. .*
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it: A new world in
rybody will be kind to
Kind hearts and
minds! There wasn't
enough in the old worldthat
I ;: I, It was like mad
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go d God, make the new world
i a murmur of snort-
,. ,.. ptuous impatience
from all th big shots. I could
rstand whal It meant: "Why
tak up our time with the child-
ish jdi ol this simple-minded
Let's get on with our
adult polith -1 an I theological dis-
cussion I f what the new world
should bi like." Their voices be-
come loud again. I sat down in
.1 rassment.
My pipe had gone out. Well, I
t. nevi rtbeless I was right.
But why wait to make a new
world kind? Why can't we start
on this one?
at 8:15 p.m.
wards the cost of the Senator
Mead speech before the United
States senate on the Palestine
situation, which was reproduced
in the local press.
"The district would like very
much to obtain Mr. Weber's ad-
dress because it desires to main-
tain close contact with all Zion-
ists and friends in this area. If
Mr. Weber will contact The Jew-
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SELECTED FOR TEAM
Discusses Partitioning
Bernard Jack Dickson has been
selected to play right tackle for
the Miami High Stingaree foot-
ball team this year. After two
years' service in the Navy, he is
returning to Miami High as a
senior.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Dickson, 820 N.W. Seventh ave..
ho was active in the junior con-
gregation of Beth David syna-
gogue and a member of AZA be-
fore entering the service.
' m Itabbl Uhrman tfl,
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uel Kriemer ftjiy |
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Proposed partitioning of Palos-
tint was discussed by Harry Si-
off, chairman of the Greater
Miami Zionist Emergency coun-
cil, at the Miami Beach Zionist
district Wednesday afternoon at
tl National hotel. Jack D. Bur-
ris, acting president of the dis-
trict, presided at the roundtable
discussion which followed.
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r^uNGER
ISTnewyork
, Elaine Rose of Mi-
f f,hc ls-x House Colon-
",CU. york city Aug. 18
tabbi Irving Lehrman of
C Beach Jewish Center
t!r of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
RLrf Miami Beach, the
1" a,t,ndcd by two maids
> Marilyn linger and Ger-
L Rose Her bridesmaids
Li rhcrr New York city;
Kinon'la.nfield.N.J,
rZ Meyers of Flushing,
;,:, all sorority sisters
UCohen of New York
1 best man. Ushers were
, stoll and Robert Shimm,
[York City; Mace Siegel,
I knit \.l Morton Kaish,
Kt Ni and Richard
fc ill resid. in New York
there M. will com-
Ihis stud
aduated from
fJenist) fkrMtot)
PAGE ELEVEN
BRONSTONS VISIT SON
IN SWITZERLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E.
Bronston of the Beach have re-
turned from an air excursion
Montrcux, Switzerland,
they visited their
for 15 days.
to
win re-
son, Ben, Jr.,
Their son, who is
MRS. UNGER
Miami Beach High school and at-
tended Syracuse university where .
she was a member of Alpha Ep- n,
silon Phi sorority.
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Jonas J.
Unger, of New York city, the
"., it HUD, Will) IA
with the Army of Occupation in
Germany, met hi.- parents in the
Swiss city.
The Bronstons had been in
Montreux 15 year.- ago and stop-
ped at the same hotel. Mr. Bron-
ston remarked that the city look-
ed just as it had 15 years ago and
that at the hotel they found the!
same owner, manager, suite and ELAINE GROSSINGER
chambermaid. i-it/- k /~>nrv m^v t^ i-.mi--i
They left New York at 1 p.m.
on July !) aboard a TWA 42-pas-
senger Constellation plane and
arrived at their destination at
ion on July 11 after traveling
by train from Paris. The Bron-
stons expect their son to be dis-
charged in November and to re-
Unger, ot New YorK city, tne = VC
, turn to Rensselar Polytechnic m-
groom, attended Barnard school stitute jn Tn)y_ N y J
for Boys, was graduated from Co- \____________________
lumbia university and is now at-' MISS KRANZ ENGAGED
tending Columbia University Col-' T/O NAVY VETERAN
lege for physicians and surgeons.'
He is a member of Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity.
ELAINE GROSSINGER
ftlNE GROSSINGEn
ENGAGED TO D. ETESS
Palm Beach
MRS. MARY SCHBEBNICK. RepreaentotiYe
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grossinger
ot the Grossinger Hotel and
Country Club, Ferndalc. N.Y.,
and Miami Beach, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to David Etess, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Etcss of Lib-
erty, N. Y.
Miss Grossinger is now a stu-
dent at Russel Sage college, Troy,
_, c,,. n Y Mr. Etcss attended Ohio
The engagement of Miss Shirley i "* .. _
Ruth Kranz and Walter M. Bin- State university and then trans-
mruthal, of Washington, D. C, ferrcd to Syracuse university,
is announced by her parents. Dr. from which he received his bach-
InhCohni "ecu appointed
Gut state hotel commis-
ki schur. t the George
ington Bottl, has gone to
pgoon business. He expects
[away about three weeks.
: Misses Barbara Kalmutz,
[Deutsch. Rosiland Moss,
Blake and Joyce Barrish
\ among the delegates of the
i B'rith Stars who attended
district BUG convention at
ni Beach last week. Miss Kal-
[ is president of the Stars.
Zimberoff, Nathan Schwartz and
Bernard Lcnise.
fclebratinR thi ir silver wed-
. anniversary, Mr. and Mrs.
Kin Dubbin. 216 Valencia rd.,
I k-t Wedne day for a two
rip to Canada and New
i city.
Betrothal of Miss Yetta Green-
berg to A. E. Finegold is an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Max
Greenberg, 285 Barcelona rd. Mr.
Finegold is the son of the Sam
Finegolds, Beaumont, Tex.
The bride-elect was graduated
from Palm Beach High school
and is a senior at the University
of Georgia where she is affiliated
with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
and the Hillel foundation.
Recentlv discharged from the
Coast Guard, Mr. Finegold at-
tended the University of Texas.
He was president of Alpha Ep-
silon Pi fraternity and a member
of the Inter-Fraternity council
and the Hillel foundation.
i:* i i i i <'i i i m i t>. ,.ii jr.i.t ill., lsi ,
and Mrs. Jules Kranz, 3782 Chase
ave.
Miss Kranz attended the Uni-
! versity of Miami where she was
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Georgetown university foreign
service school and a member of
Phi Alpha fraternity. He recent-
ly completed 20 months overseas
service with the Navy as a lieu-
tenant, junior grade.
elor of arts degree. He is now a
student at the Syracuse College
of Medicine. No date has been
set for the wedding.
DORIS FELDMAN JOINS
AUGUST BRIDES
Miss Doris Feldman and Mar-
vin M. Rickard were married
Sunday, Aug. 1,8 before their im-
mediate families at the home of
Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan. Mrs.
Rickard is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Feldman, 2119
S.W. 16 ter.
A family diner at the Shelborne
hotel followed the ceremony. The
couple is honeymooning on the
Beach and plans to reside in Mi-
ami. Mrs. Arnold Simon attended
the bride, and Patrick Sullivan
was best man. Several guests
came from Ft. Lauderdale for the
ceremony.
Mrs. Rickard was graduated
from Miami Senior High school
and is now a graduating senior
at the University of Miami School
of Music. A harpist, is a member
of the university orchestra. She
is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Mr. Rickard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Rickard of Ft.
Lauderdale, was recently gradu-
ated the University of Miami
with a bachelor of music degree.
He is a member of Sigma Chi
fraternity.
POT-LUCK SUPPER
A potluck supper for the Debbs
chapter, B'nai B'rith Young
Women, was given by Mrs. Mil-
ton Friedman, advisor, Monday
evening at her home, 2263 S.W.
21 ter.
I honor of M s Selma Stein
hssaic. N.J., a barbecue party
] given by her cousin, Miss
InaSchiff. at the home of Miss
Jiffs parents the Irving N.
jiffs. 801 Forest Hill blvd., last
g. Miss Schiff
i vacation : m the Univers-
I Miami.
nong I ts were Bar-
Schiff, Fthel Smith, Doris
|acht, Lillian Cohen, Bernard
lacht, Jack Cohen, Maurice
leman, Arthur Schiff, Allan
LFA
National BBG Convention
Attracts Miamians
Miss Gertrude Carnovsky, di- (
rector of B'nai B'rith Girls work
in this district, left yesterday to
attend the BBG convention at
Camp Cejwin, Port Jervis, N.Y.
Representing local groups at
the convention will be the Misses
Sara Rose Schwartz, Vivian
Schaeffcr. Dot Golden, Terry
Fishman, Irene Jacobs and Tobie
Jacobskind.
Before returning to Miami.
Miss Carnovsky will tour the dis-
trict for a month and a half do-
ing field work.
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Miss Rothenberg Sets
Late Fall Wedding
A late fall wedding has been
planned by Miss Connie Rothen-
berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Rothenberg, 714 15th st.,
Miami Beach, whose engagement
to Mr. Buddy J. Allen, also of
Miami Beach, was announced this
week.
The bride-elect attended s<_. "1 here and was graduated from Mi-
ami Beach Senior High school.
During her senior year, Miss
Rothenberg was chosen annua
carnival queen.
Her fiance, son of Mr. Harry
Browarnik, 1536 Jefferson ave.,
attended school in New York city.
A widely known figure in the
theatrical a n d entertainment
fields, he is a Miami Beach the-
atrical agent.
_1- Reveals Troth
I^i^AUGUST

SCHUMANNS LIVE
IN FORT WORTH
Making their home in Fort
Worth, Texas, are Al Schumann
and his bride, the former Shirley
Breger. Announcement of their
wedding, which took place in Dal-
las on June 13, is made this week
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Breger, 1951 Euclid ave.
The ceremony was held in Ti-
feret Israel synagogue with Rabbi
Pierce Annes officiating and Sam
Henenberg serving as best man.
After attending school in New
York city, Mrs. Schumann was
graduated from Newark Beth
Israel School of Nursing in New
Jersey.
Her husband is the son of the
Irving Schumanns, formerly of
Dallas, now residing at 831 10th
st. The bridegroom attended
schools in Dallas and was a flight
officer and navigator in the air
forces for two and one-half years.
He is now studying architectural
engineering at Arlington, Texas
ft?
and Mrs. Jacob Froedman. 500 15th st., celebrated
the.r golden wedding anmvetsary Saturday night at a dinner
party and reception a. the Versailles hotel. Highlight of the
affair was the wedding ceremony performed by Rabbi lx>i-
A. Zwitman. .__________
September 15 is the date chosen
by Miss Roslyn Pitsch and San-
ford H. Goldberg for their wed-
ding at the Shelborne hotel. An-
nouncement of their engagement
and forthcoming marriage was
made this week by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Pitsch,
1040 Jefferson ave.
Miss Pitsch is a graduate of
Miami Beach High school. Her
fiance, son of the Sam Goldbergs,
('034 Indian Creek dr., is formerly
of Augusta, Ga. He was a stu-
dent at the University of Georgia
prior to serving three and one*
half years with the Army air
forces.
The couple will live in Miami
Beach after a honeymoon in
Cuba.
tat **
Beach Girl To Marry
Veteran In New York
man
Irving Bernsteins Mark
Silver Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bernstein,
4635 N. Alton rd., celebrated their
25th wedding anniversary recent
ly with a dinner at the Clover
club. Among the guests was H.
L. Green, brother of Mrs. Bern-
stein.
Another party will be given in
the Bernsteins' honor in New
York by their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Seides,
and their daughter, Miss Arlecn
Bernstein. The Bernsteins will
leave for New York by plane on
Sept. 2.
Mrs. Pollack Is Named
AEPhi Alumnae Advisor
To Film Bible Stories
Paramount-studios will soon be
distributing a series of films to
be based on popular stories from
the Bible which will be produced
by a recently organized produc-
tion company known as The Liv-
ing Word, Inc. Scripts for these
stories will be written by promi-
nent authors, scenarists and play-
wrights, and B. P. Fincman,
president of the company, will
produce the films which will be
two reels in length and filmed in
color.
MRS. GOLDHAGEN
RESIDE IN ATLANTA
Making then- home in Atlanta
ire Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gold-
tagen, who wire married at the
Natil nal hotel Ann. lit. with Rab-
>i Max Shapiro officiating.-The
couple returned la?-V0M'ek from
a honeymoon in Cuba, and will re-
side m the Georgia capital while
Mr. Goldhagen completes his stu-
iiis a Emory university. The
bride is the former Miss Paye
Schindler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Schindler of Miami
Beach. Her husband is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldhagen,
also (jf the Beach.
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Mrs. David D. Pollack. 3010
Collins ave. was appointed alum-
advisor to Alpha Epsilon
Phi's local chapter. Alpha Eta, at
the University of Miami, at a
special business meeting of the
A E Phi Alumnae association held
last Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Abe Schonfeld. 5736 Pine Tree dr.
Mrs. Pollack's immediate duties
will be in connection with the ap-
pn aching rushing period at the
university.
N". w members of the A. E. Phi
Alumnai group welcomed at the
meeting wire Mrs. David Rifas
and Mrs. Henry Wolff.
Other present were Mrs. Jack
Courshon, Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
Mrs. Harold Stone, Mrs. Freder-
ick J. Grossberg, Mrs. Arthur J.
England and Mrs. Leonard Jacob-
son.
Representatives from the active
Chapter who were invited to at-
tend the meeting were Miss Min-
del Warficld and Miss Edith
Cohen.
Plans for the coining season
were discussed, and it was agreed
that special luncheons would be
given at stated intervals during
the height of the winter season
for visiting sorors.
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TO SLEEP
-NOT TO FRET
Beer notice how small
troubles look big to you
and greater troublei
seem crushing when
nervous tension keeps
you awake at night?
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Planning to be married in New
York on Sept. 22 are Miss Rita
Grabois and Charles Weissman.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grabois, Miami
Beach, and her fiance is the son
of the Max Wcissmans.
Accompanying the wedding
party to New York will be Mrs.
Selma Frost, sister of the bride-
elect, and Miss Barbara Frost.
Guests at the wedding and re-
ception will number 150. Miss
Jennie Weissman, sister of the
bridegroom-elect, will be maid of
honor and Bernard Habergritz
will be best man.
The couple will remain in New
York after their honeymoon to
attend the wedding of Miss Jen-
nie Weissman and Seymour Stern
on Oct. 6.
Mr. Weissman was recently dis-
charged after three years over-
seas service with the Army.
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Miss Terry Fishman, who,
cd as the chairman of the rta
B'nai B'rith Girls' conva
was elected correspondingi
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